Mount Vernon High School - Surveyor Yearbook (Alexandria, VA)

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SURVEYOR 1976 { fiLm ' SWc %f : jr y % - SUIWGYOR 1976 Mt. Vernon High School Alexandria, Virginia Volume XXXVI Forward 1 2 Forward Freshman Class Sophomore Class Junior Class.... Senior Class.... Sports . Clubs . Faculty ........ Ads .. 32 46 • 62 ■ 82 132 174 230 256 Forward 3 I Hear America Singing, The Varied Carols I Hear W. Whitman 4 Forward DISCOVER AMERICA Forward 5 Beat, beat drums ... W. Whitman 6 Forward Forward 7 SCHOOL Life 3p-« ■ ' -••■ : A£js f« •,:. 1 TO » ' ' 2WKS3 LINCOLN MEMORIAL ■ . M T womm Memories Of The Past, Hopes For The Future On June 9, the seniors ar¬ rived at Washington National Cathedral for the traditional Baccalaureate Service with their family and friends. Their days as high school students were drawing to an end. Three days later, graduation was held in Mount Vernon’s field house. Mr. Lyons had been elected by the Senior Class to deliver the farewell ad¬ dress. Memories of the past four years went through the senior’s minds. The future holds different things for each of these seniors, but they will always share their mem¬ ories of Mount Vernon with each other. 11 School Life Mount Vernon ' s Many Talents A spectrum of acts made up the Variety Show last spring. There were a number of singing acts, but even they varied in their style. Other acts included a pan¬ tomime, skits, and a juggler. First place was awarded to a skit presented by Kathy Robin¬ son and Lexie Miller. The juggler, Richard Wood, won second place and Steve Robinson and Robert Winn took third place. “Hey Steve, get a load of that chick in the front row.” “Don’t call us, we’ll call you.” Fashion Keeps Moving On “Moving On’’ was the theme of the springfashion show put on by the Fashion Merchandising class at Mount Vernon. The fashions were provided by an area store and the models were Mount Ver¬ non students and teachers. The money raised went fo help pay for the class’ trip to New York. It gave the stu¬ dent body a chance to see the latest fashions for spring and summer. " Tennis anyone? " , questions Paige Bart- holf. I’d walk a mile for a lady. School Life 13 A highlight of the spring activities was the “Sound of Music’’. This popular Rodgers and Hammerstein musical is the story of a novice who leaves the convent to marry Captain Von Trapp. Then Maria, her new husband, and their musical family flee Austria for America during World War II. The leading roles of Maria and Captain Von Trapp were performed excel¬ lently by Suzanne Klein and Barry Signorelli. The production was a col¬ laboration of the talents of the drama and choral depart¬ ments. Together they pro¬ duced an evening of entertain¬ ment that will be remembered for some time to come. " Why Maria, you’ve got L’eggs!”, exclaims the Reverend Mother. Captain Von Trapp calls his children to attention. " So, a needle pulling thread ...” 14 School Life Junior-Senior Struggle Ends In Tie 0-0 The rivalry between juniors and seniors was kept alive in the annual Powderpuff Football Game. Each team practiced in the days pre¬ ceding the game in order to- make an effort to prove their superiority over the other class. Both teams fought their best, but the end result was a disappointing 0-0 tie. That ' s using your head! Charge!!! Hey Chris, who do you see in your magic mirror? lomecoming ' 75 The Bicentennial was the theme of this year’s Homecoming. Each of the classes worked to produce a skit for the pep rally and a fl oat for half-time. At the pep rally the judges announced that the Juniors had won the cafeteria decoration contest. The skits were acted out, and it was unanimously agreed that the Freshman Class’s was the most original. That night at half-time the princesses were presented to the crowd and Lisa McGrath was crowned 1975 Homecoming Queen. The floats were then paraded around the track. The Sophomore class had the honor of having the winning float. The following night, the dance concluded the week’s activities. With the many activities planned for Homecoming week there was some¬ thing for everyone in which to be¬ come involved. Through the com¬ bined efforts of many people, Home¬ coming was a successful event. The Senior class presents the Spirit of ' 76 . . . Mr. Hyer crowns Homecoming Queen, Lisa McGrath, as her father looks on. Lori Brown Suzanne Klein Homecoming Queen 1975 Lisa McGrath Kim Poland Patricia MacDougall School Life 17 Princesses And Floats Add To Homecoming Magic Junior Princesses: Silvi Kiisk, Mr. Allen Kiisk, Shannon Coleman, Mr. Charles Linden (mis¬ sing for picture). Freshman Princesses: Scott Swanson, Linda Solis, Reeves Allen, Col. Frances Allen. The Juniors offer their rendition of the Bos- Nelson. Chris Nelson. The Sophomore Class ton Tea Party. Sophomore Princesses: creates a winning float. Michael Murphy, Theresa Murphy, Britt ®§r! i Homecoming Festivities Do jeans and jerseys a football team make? Peter Noble has fun getting back at Coach Grove a la whipped cream. These couples seem to be enjoying the Homecoming Dance. 20 School Life A Night Of One Acts At Mount Vernon Lexi Miller, Kathy Robinson, and Sandra Dingle play old biddies gossiping in " Every¬ body ' s Secret " . In " A Company of Wayward Saints " , Marian Daniel and Boni Schoessel are mimes. Isabella, played by Kris Thomas, tells of her love Tristano. Fall Happenings ' 75 The choral department pre¬ sented the fall concert this year on November 4, 1975 in the Little Theater. The groups that performed were begin- ningand select girls, mixed chorus, concert choir, madri¬ gals, and girls and boys bar¬ bershop. This is the first time in two years that the girl’s barbershop has performed. The group was very well re¬ ceived and they had every reason to be. The annual magazine cam¬ paign sponsored by the SGA was very successful this year. Students sold magazine sub¬ scr iptions and record albums to their neighbors and friends. Incentive was pro¬ vided by prizes and a movie during school. The campaign ended with an assembly modeled after “Let’s Make a Deal”. Dean Gates checks the number of a lucky winner at the “Let’s Make a Deal’’ assembly. The concert choir sings out at the fall concert. College Night College night was very suc¬ cessful. It was held on Octo¬ ber 16, 1975. There were over 125 colleges repre¬ sented which approximately 2,500 students from area high schools visited. The colleges ranged from Califor¬ nia to right here in Virginia. If you missed it this year, be sure and come next year. It’s very beneficial. Boys to Girls—3:1. That sure isn’t bad! Prospective college students wait for an¬ other session to begin at college night. Terri Lovelace takes time out from her guide duties to get some information on colleges. 1 PAPERBACK BOOK S TORE I What Does M.V. Have To Offer? The Book Nook, Snack Bar and Book Store earn money for the organizations running them w hile giving service to other students. The Book Nook is run by the Senior Honor Society. Open before school and dur¬ ing lunch, the Book Nook sells used paperbacks at reduced prices. In its second year of exist¬ ence, the Snack Bar has be¬ come a part of school life. It is open after school for stu¬ dents who want to stop for a snack before going to activi¬ ties. The Snack Bar is run by any organization that wants to earn money. The chief goal of the Book Store is to give students an opportunity to practice sales techniques. During lunch stu¬ dents can buy needed school supplies. The Book Store is a part of the Vocational Department. School Life 25 The Christmas Spirit This year at Christmas time there were two concerts—the band and choral concerts. The band concert was held on 11 December, and was joined by the chorus. The chorus held its concerts on Decem¬ ber 17 and 18 and was joined by the band. The choral con¬ cert opened with the tradi¬ tional candlelight ceremony. Both concerts were a com¬ plete sellout and were well received by both students and parents. r« if f a 1 W h i W A 9 1 jfli SfcttWM « i 3H i i • a ! 3 i fl k 1 • f frg ' ? i i t Award Banquet Varsity Football Klick Award—Jim Wright Outstanding offense—Randy Rager Outstanding defense—Jeff Perry Leuschner award—Randy Rager Most improved—Jim Griffin J.V. Football and Freshman Football won the Gunston District. Girls Hockey Outstanding player—Mary Jo Shine Most Improved—Shannon Coleman GirlsTennis Winners of Gunston District. Outstanding player—Vicki Williams. A w tm TOP TEN Brian Kutche Anthony Crowley Rebecca Peabody Christina Braun David Flake Deanna Deane Robert Presley Deborah Terry Patricia Gorwitz Linda Beahm School Life 29 School Life Is Both Special And... Everyday Happenings POLLY WAID Guidance Counselor MARGARET BARRY Guidance Counselor; Freshman Class Council VICTOR KASLAUSKY Sub School I Principal rita McCarthy Secretary Freshman 33 PR€SHM€M-SUBSCHOOL I Freshman Class Strikes It Big Norman Ackerson Paola Addamiano Melanie Adem Tye Aldana Ethel Allen Stephen Allen Sarah Alliason Shari Anderson Gary Andrae Robert Andrews Clair Anstey Jeff Antonioli Christopher Argo David Askew Patricia Atkins Andrea Atwell Melanie Ayers Amy Baber Lori Bainum Thomas Baird Otelia Ball Victoria Ball Julie Barnes Kathryn Barnes Michael Bartanen Lisa Bartell John Bartholf Joseph Bass William Batka Linda Bauer James Baxter Bonita Beaver Christopher Berg Tania Bernard Evelyn Berry Kellie Berry Marie Bicoy Irene Verhoeff signs autographs for one of her fans ... Freshmen get together to make the 1 Homecoming skit. 34 Freshmen r r -7 R. Blesso Cathrine Boehme John Boginis Eileen Boinest James Boinest Patty Borowsky James Boucher Edward Bowers Diana Boyd Lisa Braman Pamela Brandt Dawn Breeden Michael Brigham Douglas Brill Cynthia Brittain Albert Brown Eleanor Brown Eddie Burden Mary Burkard Maureen Burkard Dennis Burke Charles Burnette Kathleen Burns Gay Burton Kristenna Butchko Kathleen Butler Keith Butler Bonnie Campbell William Canaday Kenneth Canipe Mary Canup Cindy Carothers Robin Carpenter M. Carr Michael Carroll James Carson William Caulfield Tony Cervantes Jose Chacon Janet Chaldux Chris Chapman Donald Cianto Teresa Ciccone Peter Clark Prisca Clark Sherri Clark Brenton Cloud Kimberly Cogley Freshmen 35 Mike Cokenour Randolf Cole Rick Coligure Ann Colley Robin Conant John Condray Pat Condray Jay Conley Randall Cormier Timothy Costello Laura Cox Nancy Cox Susan Cox Matthew Crabbe Tacie Cracknell Shawn Crisp Barbara Cross Mark Cunningham Jane Curtis Paul Cutting Jimmy Czerwinski Cathrine D’Amico Allison Danforth James Daniel Ladonna Daniel Jill Davey Guy Davis Lee Davis Mark Davis Pamela Davis Kathy Day Anne Dean Warren Dean Beth DeLopez William Demers Terry Denton Maria DeOlazo Dorothy Devine Lena Diggs Jerome Dickinson Denise Doe Brian Doerty Bob Dougherty William Doyle Darlene Duke Eva Durrer James Dyson Gregg Efthemes Brian Egger Terri Eller Karen Elliott Leslie Emmons Dean Ennulat Gregory Fadley Nancy Faircloth Jerry Faucette Dawn Ferguson 36 Freshmen We Make New Discoveries Jay Ferrin Caroline Ferris Joyce Fialkowski Tracy Fields Karla Filipovich David Flanagan Julia Flanagan Ellen Forster Clifton Foster Patricia Foster Vicky Foster Mark Freaney Kay Friedman Justina Fugh Donald Gallagher William Gamble Karen Garland Jeffery Garrett Mary Gaston Joseph Gaston Abby Gaumer Timothy Geary Anne Gibbs Kim Gideon Ann Gilbert Laura Glass Susan Gooch Patty Goodchild Barbara Goodwin Nancy Goodwin Joanna Gorwitz Donna Grande Laura Green Bruce Griffith Lynn Gusman Paula Guyer Thomas Haigley Frank Hajdu Julie Hall D. Hamilton Verl Hamilton Charlene Hammaker Cathy Hampton Hilary Harmon James Harnden i ' im Harrawood L. Harris Marryanne Harris Pamela Harrison Ruth Harrison Peter Harwood Paul Hawkins Nancy Hawley Paul Hayden Leina Haynes Mary Heath Leslie Hedges Freshmen 37 A Variety Of Talents And Interests Cary Herbst T. Hickey Karen Hicks Richard Higgins John Hightower Robert Hill Jack Hoffman Howard Hollar Mike Hollowell Kathleen Honecker Tasha Hubbell David Huffman Donald Hug John Hymo Joseph lllidge Pieter Imhoff Kerry Ireland Christine Jackson Brigitte Jaffe Denise Johnson Donald Johnson James Johnson Pamela Johnson Roxanne Johnson Cynthia Jones Kelly Jones Lori Jordan Shelli Jost Robert Kane Sung Kang Robert Kappeler Kevin Keene 38 Freshmen Lisa Lakey Stephen Lamp Marchelle Lane Daniel Kelly Scott Kennaugh Diana Kerker Terri Kerns Cynthia Kilday Christine Kilpatrick Duk Kim Linda Kimble Robert King Ronald Kirby Heidi Klein Willard Knicely Joann Knudson Debra Koch Michael Kormanik Teresa Krear Gretchen Kruschka Brian Kruse Michelle Lawrence Linda Layton John Leary Cory Leckey Laurie Lee Patricia Lefcheck Jeffrey Lenihan Rolf Lenzsch Doug Leuppert Sandra Ligor Michael Lilly Sherry Linderman Brenda Lloyd Diane Lucas Harold Luck Marcus Lundmark Stephen Lucas Marie Lundy Kathleen Lynch Neal MacDougall Mark Mahaffey Diane Mahaley Kathleen Mahlum Marcia Mallett Freshmen 39 Smiles Are Everywhere John Manning Mieko Manuel David Marks Robert Martelli Alan Mathena Joeseph Mattaino Robert Mattaino Karyn Mayes Davis Mayo Melvin McDonald Timothy McDonald Carol McElhaney James McGovern Caryn McKean Donn McKinney Melvin McKinney David McKnight Debbie McVee Cheryl Melson David Mercardo Shan Mercerdaly Charles Miles Mary Miller Susan Miller Michael Mills Linda Miner Chris Mitchell Michael Mitrovich George Mohrman Donya Montgomery Christine Moniz Harry Montgomery Lisbeth Moore Martin Moore Thomas Moorhouse Dennis Morrison Edward Moser Mark Moser Patrick Mulcahy Michael Murphy William Muster Bradford Myers G. Myers Karen Nason Anne Naleid Dung Nguyen William Nichols Marcella McKinney Norma finds her niche in life ... A winning smile for a winning team ... Patty Smith ends a sunny day brightly 40 Freshmen Kathy Nolan Robert Nourse James O’Brian Michael O ' Connor Nancy Okstulski Carolyn O’Leary Douglas Oliver Steven Olsen Thomas Olsen John Otten Robert Owens Bill Page Siphan Pak Allen Parker David Parker Thomas Parker Mike Paschetag Pamela Passman Charles Patrick Susan Pattakos Margaret Peabody Scott Perkins Tanya Perrault Michael Perry Teresa Peterson Cynthia Pettit Michael Pezet Lisa Phillips Thomas Pierce Stephanie Poshard Winston Powers Ray Painter Freshman 41 Robert Poydasheff Genna Price Robin Price Randolph Provost Ann Pufko James Quigley Mark Quinlan Andy Ralston Stephen Raznick Terry Records Marianne Reed Mark Reiser Raymie Reppert Ignacio Reyes Cynthia Rieder Alisa Riffe Berton Robbins John Robinson Matthew Rock Cynthia Rodgers Stephen Roescher Alfredo Rohweder Jamie Roller Bruce Ross Mark Rostine Mike Rostine Matthew Rowland Jeann Rumph Jay Runaldue Vincent Runyon Janet Rusan Alan Rush David Russell Nicky Ryan Kathleen Ryan Sharon Ryan 42 Freshman Freshman Stick Together To The End Sonya Rydzewski Christina Sader Anna Saunders Cleveland Saunders Michael Schipono Percy Schmidt Mary Schrock Jon Schuck Bruce Schuette Monica Schuetze Charles Schulte Robert Schultz Bob Schummacher Tami Schumm Lisa Schwarz Karen Schwimmer Jeffrey Scully Perry Sebreny Robert Serio Daniel Seymour Patrick Sharon Sean Sheer Brian Sherman Ned Schlesinger iwr m Sarah Shockey Carolyn Shope Cynthia Siever Bradley Smith Matthew Smith Patrica Smith Sara Smith Timothy Snapp Constance Snyder Lynda Solis Jeff Sorenson George Sotos Sam Zepka zaps freshman support... Freshman 43 Lockers: Rendezvous Point At M.V. Ruth Soward Glenn Spann Joan Spinks Kerry Stallo Kathleen Stalzer Ted Stauffer William Steinke Teressa Stevens Melinda Stewart Rene Stuhlberger Thomas Stumm Toni Sturgeon William Sturman Elizabeth Sullivan Scott Swanson Jean Swinburne Marc Sylvestre Linda Tagg Karen Tauzel Becky Taylor David Taylor Robin Teale Laura Thomas Denise Thacker Mark Tenney Lorraine Thorpe Jill Threatte Julie Thulin John Thurston Judy Thompson Danid Tingler Joseph Tinnin Velma Todd Richard Townsend Stacy Travers Chen Tsai Mien Tsai Janice Tucker Michael Turner Maderia Turner Bill Turner Joseph Vagaggini Anne Dean saves part of her dessert after a large lunch. 44 Freshman Joan Vance Ray Vandevander George Vanlandingham Robert Vaughan Martha Viau Irene Verhoeff Fernando Villagran Robert Vincent Mary Vogel Karen Vonier Darryl Wainwright Ronald Walutes Brenda Warr Pamela Ware Chris Watts Scot Weaklund Jenny Weaver Charles Webster David Wellen David Wheeler George Whipps Karalee White Kathy Whiteford John Whitely Richard Wittington Melanie Wiesner Brenda Wilding Darryl Williams Karen Williams Donna Williamson Bryant Willis Lori Wilson Susan Winslow Kathy Wittschiebe Robert Wohlman Linda Wood Gert Wright Michelle Wright Beth Young Samuel Zepka Sheila Ziler Carla Zollner Some Freshmen pictures were inadvertently left out. These pictures will be in the patron section. Beth Radford. Freshman 45 V •, SOPHOMORCS- SUBSCHOOL II .J — .. - . -. ■ « a3Ha0 fMMBKef ' Rl 1 ’GEORGE WASHINGTON MASONIC ft n » § !§ ll 8 “ I ■ “■ i Our Days Are Filled With • • • Lucy Adams Cindy Akagi Gordon Andersoi Lisa Anderson Roy Anderson James Anderton Terri Arbaugh Margaret Argo Teresa Ary Nancy Atkins Bryan Avery Dennis Ayo Stephen Bache Bill Baird Dennis Bannister Dorthia Barner Barney Barnes Maria Batistas Chris Bauer Cindy Baxter Mack Bayne Bradley Beahm Teri Beahm Debbie Beene Richard Belden Wayne Bement Jeff Berg Becky Berg Ed Berry Ed Berryman Michael Bicoy Harry Biehl Wayne Blanding Donald Blatcher Dianna Blizzard ‘‘Disect a frog? I feel like I just ate one ...” says Paige O’Neil... Wendy Hill and Kathy Lingan won¬ der, " Do you think we’ll make the Cover Girl commercial?” r " i r 1 i V m. 48 Sophomore Different Emotions. David Bona Ronnie Botts Kenneth Boucher Mitchell Bowen Lindsay Bowie Paul Bowlin Adlai Boyd Dave Bracken Brenda Brandenburg Roney Brogden Benita Broughton Alison Brown Cindy Brown Claudia Broyles Stanley Bukalski Marguerite Burkard Robin Burdelski James Burden Erin Burke Kyra Burke Patrick Burke Susan Butler Bryan Camp Karen Campbell John Canby Joseph Carleton Robert Carnahan Sabrena Carney Brenda Carpenter Carl Carpenter David Carr Becky Carr Jennifer Carr Evan Caulfield Mark Cavell Sophomores 49 We Spend Time With Friends, And Alone Charles Carpenter Paul Chaloux Kim Chang Kathy Charney Claudia Chesneau Charlotte Chester Jean Childers Cindy Chism Kathy Christiansen Jeanne Cioffi Christine Coates Carla Cofield Hampton Coleman Cathy Condray Joan Conway Betty Copper Donald Cooper Craig Copperthite James Cornwell Gordon Cox Kelly Craddock Rebecca Creekmore William Croom Sandra Crowley Delizabeth Crytzer Beverly Cupp Rene Cutter Douglas Cypher Katrina Dancy Steve Danielson Christos Daoulas Robin Darden John Daus Anthony Davidson Charles Davis 50 Sophomores Gary Davis Billy Deavers Margaret Debiase Joseph Delaconecpoim Nichloas Dellinger Christopher Denny Patti Denzer Leeanne Dewispelaere Monit Dickerson James Dickinson Robert Diggs Kim Dixon Charles Doan Susan Donnell Tom Dorough Shirley Downing Steve Doyle Amy Drexler Virginia Duff Darlene Dunkley Maxine Dunkley Cindy Dunkum Gail Dunmire Susan Duvall James Easton Rhonda Edwards John Ehmer Tony Eller Mary Elliott Robert Elliot Nancy Engelhart Tim Esola Tony Evens Dana Evenson Randy Farwell Sophomores 51 Jeff Faucette Warren Fay M. Ferraro Cheryl Fetterman Sandy Fetterman Gayle Fialkowski Missy Fisher Brett Flanagan Sandy Forsythe Liz Foster Karen Foster Kimberly Foster Tracy Foster Mike Fountaine Dallas Fraley Donald Frazier Jeff Freund Carol Fuller Cathy Furrow Steve Garrett Karlene Garvey Barry Gates Karen Gatlin Ed Gerow Lefa Gideon Mary Glasgow Peter Godfrey Anne Goliash John Goodwin Robert Goodwyn Class of 78 Lyn Gosnell Kristjan Grabbi Dorothy Gray Proctor Grayson David Groover Frederidk Grossman Shari Grover Gina Grubb Karen Guttenberg John Flagan Gail Dunmire replies, “Just don ' t drop me in the Potomac. " ... “She did what?” 52 Sophomores Look At Me ... I Am Someone! Ellen Hagerup Lydia Hale Harold Hall Bradley Hamilton Pat Hallesy Jung Han Robert Harley Donald Harris Christine Harrison Kimberly Hart Tammy Hartman Patrick Harwood Michelle Haugen Steve Hauptman Carolyn Hawthorne William Hayden Sara Hedgepeth Kathy Hedges Emily Heed Joseph Heflin Brian Heiney John Helton John Herl Janie Hickey Frank Hicks Margaret Hildreth Patrick Hill Wendy Hill Wayne Hoffman Cheryl Horne Becky Howland Bill Howland Charles Hoye Kevin Hutchings Jeanne Innis Sophomores 5 Certain Looks For Different Moods • • • Ralph Ivester Alan Johnson Denise Johnson Heather Johnson Michael Johnson Steve Johnson Victoria Jones Robin Jordan Kim Judy Michael Judy Dave Kahn Paul Keefe Brian Keeler David Kelln Laura Kampf Paul Kennedy Paul Kenney Rhonda Kenney Donna Kerker Lisa Kiefer Class of 78 Steve Kinder John Kinder Ivy King Sallie King Drew Kittel Mary Klett Curtis Knight William Kolb Terrie Kolodziej Nancy Kopf Joseph Kormanik Pam Kowalewski Dawn Kridmore Janet Kutchmanich Suzanne Lally 54 Sophomores Guy Langton Patricia Lanning Deloris Lassiter Janice Latimer Richard Latos Thomas Lauterbach Sally Lavinus Paul Layton Jeffrey Ledbetter Chour Lee John Lefcheck Jill Leffler Carol Leggett Lisa Lichtenberg Kristin Lynn Liles Katherine Lingan Kathleen Link Susan Link Christopher Loda Theresa Long Marty Lord Joan Lovegren Teri Lovelace John Lucas Kathryn Lundy Cheryl Lyght William Lynch Barry Mack Brenda Lee Maggard James Majka Catherine Mallet Mikio Manuel Robert Marasco John Manzo Stezen Manzo Douglas March Joan Marks Linda Marsee Curtis Martin Brian Matheny Matthew Mathes “Osborn’s house—Friday night—8 o’clock—Be there!!’’—“Did you have to say that while I was eating? " says Jeanne Innis. Sophomores 55 Students Show School Spirit Cindie Mattingly Karla May Eunice Mayo Paul McArtor Leslie McBride Sean McCarthy Margaret McCormack William McCormack Terri McCoy Sandy McCracken Lisa McNight Dean McElhaney David McElroy Patrick McGrath Richard McNeil Frances Meatns David Melanson Regina Mercer Jeffrey Meredith Christopher Meyer Lori Michaelson Elizabeth Miles John Miller Mark Miller Johnny Mills Tom Miner Laurie Montavon Liza Mooney Chris Moore Michael Morre Michael Morgan Susan Murphree Teri Murphy Mary Myers Chris Narmi Pam Neher Karla Nelson James Newborn Chella Newton Dieu Nguyen 56 Sophomores Leila Nichols Terri Niemiec Tari Nolan John Norris Maryanne OBrien Dong Oh Mary ONeil Paige ONeill Brian Osborn Michael Painter Barry Palmer Dominic Palumbo Sibyl Pannell Alison Parker Amelia Parr Mark Paschetag David Pauly Guy Pearson Wayne Penrod James Pershing Michael Peterman Romy Pettersen Liz Peverall Irene Pezet Nguyet Phan Kim Phelps William Pinkston Danny Plyler Diana Poland Mari Poland Richard Poling Susan Poppe Terri Porter Mark Porterfield Jennifer Poshard Sophomores 57 A New Day—A New Experience Mary Powell Cahtleen Pufko Katherine Quigley Danis Quinlin David Radford Jeffrey Rager Kathryn Rappuchi Shirley Rawson Margaret Rehme Paul Reinsel Richard Rice Michelle Richards David Richter Thomas Rieder Lydia Riffe Patricia Robbins Kathryn Roberts Steven Roberts Wilson Roberts Allen Robinson Joseph Robey Steven Rock John Rockecharlie Alicia Rohweder Richard Roller Steven Rowland W Royster Jill Rupp James LouisRussell Henry Ryan George Saavedra John Sable Ronald Sanders Jacqueline Schee Amy Schmitt Lorraine Schoessel Sabine Schuetze 58 Sophomores James Schultz Glen Scott Karen Scott Robert Scott Jacqueline Scribner Merle Scruggs Bradley Scully Garry Scutt Joyce Seay James Seymour Julia Shafer Sara Shafer Edward Shanahan John Shanahan Michael Sharitz Joe Shelby Moira Beth Shine Alan Shingler Sharon Kay Shockey Linda Siegrist Germaine Simpson Mark Skwarski Charles Slaughter Annamaria Smith Mark Smith Natalie Smith Nicole Smith Jinger Snapp Lynda Snyder Steven Somers Robin Speiss Katheryn Ann Spencer Martha Spettel Richard Sponaugle Michael Starcher Kenneth RobertStaver Anne Stevens Ann Stevenson Jerilyn Stocks Sarah Stoffel Edgar Stoops Andrew Strobel Sophomores 59 Keum Hwa Suk Lydia Sumler Stephen Summers Eric Sweede Archie Taylor Leland Taylor Matthew Thielke Steven Thompson James Throop Virginia Thornton Edward Timberlake Kimberly Timmons Avis Tinnin Raymond Todd Unity Means Getting Involved William Wells Gary Weiford Rhoda Wenrich Sherry Welzel Douglas West Stephen Townsend Lucie Tran Tra Mi Thi Tran David Tribble Katherine Vance Steven Vandyke Susan Varney Deborah Verzagt Craig Vest Jill Vollmer Regina Vuolo Yvette Wainwright Paul Walton Diana Ward Stephen Warner Bruce Wardinski Anthony Wassell James Watson Mary Watson Christopher Watts Carla Wees Our Freshman year was quite an experience. It was a year of dashing down the halls, try¬ ing desperately to make it to class on time, and learning the ropes of highschool. In spite of odds, we showed our spirit at games and other events, and by becoming involved in other activities. A year later we are organized Sophomore class. We have proven our spirit and unity by creating a winning homecoming float and by helping to build an outstanding J.V. football team. We have been a good Sophomore class and with this progress we should be one of the greatest Senior classes to leave Mount Vernon. After all... ’78 is Great!! 60 Sophomores Sandra Whipps Teresa White Anne Whiteford Duane Whitener Kelli Williams Wendy Williams William Williams Tracey Willsie Lisa Wilson Pamela Wilson Victor Wilson Robert Wolfe Jamie Womack Darryl Woodhurst Jill Woodworth Deangela Wright Randall Wyszpolski Debra Yates Catherine Yeardley Lance Young Rose Young Teresa Young Alaa Youssef Nancy Zaice Rhonda Zehring Kevin Zepka Sally Zeppinfeld Michael Zollner Chris, Dave, Hampton, Billy, Steve and Chip show the Mount Vernon football players how to boogie ... Sophomores 61 Class Council MARYJANETHORNTON Secretary MICHAELSKINNER Sub School III Principal DORTHYPLYLER Guidance Counselor MARGARET REED Guidance Counselor (not pictured) JUNIORS-SUBSCHOOL Claire Adinaro Young Ran Ahn David Aikin Mark Aitken Debbie Akers Leona Alexander Debbie Alford David Allen John Allison Janice Anderson Tammy Anderson Cathy Anderton Raymond Andrae Brenda Andrews Susan Anstey Carol Arrington Leah Askew Joy Bagley Marie Baker Dean Ball Michael Ball Angela Barfels Alison Barfoot Regina Barker Gary Barnes R. Barrowclough Pam Barry Paige Bartholf Clyde Batton Susan Baumann 64 Juniors Expression And Expression Less Alen Beasley Jim Beasley Bonnie Beckler Debbie Behm John Bena Barbara Berend Jim Beville P. Biondolillo Karen Bizier Debbie Blizzard Tracy Bodson Barbara Boinest Carol Bolton David Bowlin Jim Bona Roger Borg Melissa Boster Jeb Boyce Jeff Bradberry Kathy Bradley Mary Bragg Brenda Brane Pam Brant Nadege Bray Becky Brittain John Brodie Patty Brookman Juniors 65 They Come In Two ' s Cathy Brown George Brown Gordon Brown Leslie Brown Lynda Brown Marva Brown Bill Brian Ngoc Bui Leslie Bullose Jackie Butler Richard Butler W. Burnette Denis Cacho Dana Carey Amy Carpenter Gary Carpenter Larry Carpenter Pilar Carpenter John Carruthers Bob Carts Richard Catchpole LizChernault Susan Chikalla Scott Chriss Doug Christensen Wallace Christner Diana Cianto Rob Ciccone Cathy Clark Petra Clark 66 Juniors Brad Cloud Binette Cogswell Lee Colburn Shannon Coleman Bobbi Coligure Teresa Colley Lela Collins Richard Colyer Barbara Combs Susan Constant Wanda Cormier Bill Cracknell Julie Crawford Bruce Crytzer Linette Culver Tina Cunningham Neil Currence Charles Curtis Rosemary Cutting Liz Damico Jo Daniels Mark Danieli Richard Davenport Mary Daughtry Debbie Davis Edward Davis J. Delaconcepcion Laura Delarama John Demaar David Denton Juniors 67 Theresa Deramo Jeff Detelich Dan Dewispelaere John Dickinson Chuck Dietzel Kevin Dilallo C. Dinh Kim Do Theresa Dimarino Leslie Doerty Erin Donahue Denise Dorough Amy Douvlas Jan Drexler Raymond Duff John Dunaway Teresa Duke David Dunning Worry, Worry, Worry ... D. Dupree Brian Eddy Karen Elam Tom Elliott William Elliott Dixie Eng Laura Epperson Rob Esola Lulu Estrada 68 Juniors Pana Farrell S. Fenstermaker Debbie Fieffer Liz Fischer John Flanagan Patty Flattery Ken Fleek Mary Foltz George Forster Patricia Forman Kay Foster Bill Foster Scott Frailey Susan Frank William Friedman Elaine Fuller Harold Futrell Daniel Gallagher J. Gallagher Michelle Galloway Galupp John Garland Chris Garett Beth Garrett Sean Garvey Tim Gaskill Kim Gatlin Frank Gerow Gary Gillison Debbie Glasby Bill Glossner Vera Goddard Christina Goff GregGransback Juniors 69 David Green Alan Gregorie Charles Griffin Robert Grover Evelyn Hale Lanet Hall Lauri Hall Ricky Hall Debra Hamilton Doreen Hamilton Min Han Granville Hampton Jennifer Hansell Susan Harley Eric Hansen Tim Harnden David Harrawood Barbara Harrick David Harrison Georgette Harrison Matthew Harwood Charles Haseman E. Haynes Steve Heard Ann Hedgepeth Tony Heflin Karen Heine Doug Heiney Patty Henderson Anne Hodgson 70 Juniors We Are People Of Many Moods Helen Hollowell Deann Horton Jerry Horton Lynette Howard Magie Howland Darrin Hubbell Daniel Huffman Debbie Hug Leigh Hughes Danny Hulshizer Mike Hurwitz Kevin lllidge Karen Imhoff Paul Jacobson John Jewett John Danny Johnson Randy Johnson Dalton Jones Marlene Jones Blair Jost Neil Karalus Randy Karalus Keefe Kurt Keene Lisa Keller Kerry Kelly Debbie Kerker Joyce Kerns Patty Kersey Robert Key Mike Kidd Silvi Kiisk Glen Kiltz Juniors 71 We Can Be Serious And Carefree Debbie Kimble Kathy Kimble Bill King Mark Kinkella Phyllis Kiser Lindsay Kittel Jeff Knicely Sophie Kolodziej Susan Kolzak Nancy Kovak Steve Kovak Steve Kromer Teresa Krutosik Jan Kuett Susan Kunkle Tina Kutchmanich Debbie Lacy Gina Lam Tom Lamp Dwight Latta Beth Lawson Kendra Lawson Charles Lee Linda Lee 72 Grove Letarte Karen Leuppert Detley Lewis Fred Lewis George Lewis Lisa Linden Regan Linke Rick Littlefield Norman Litwack Jeff Loughridge Debbie Luck Trent Lyght Valarie Lyons Sheilia Mahoney Paul Majka Bridgette Maness Roy Manuel Kristi Marcy Debbie Marshall Frank Martin Steve Marx Seita Master Duane Maxwell Lori May Paul Mazurek Mike McArtor Jennifer McClellan [ Juniors 73 4 Meg McConnell Eileen McDonnell Bruce McElhaney Tina McGinty Jim McGuire Karen McKinney Michele McKinney John McTheny Gary Meaney Lynn Meany John Menager Ronnie Miles Alexie Miller Ann Miller Susan Miller John Michaelson Susan Mitchell Nadine Mitrovich Karen Mittelman Tom Modjeski Becky Mooney Eileen Moore Boogie on ... Mark! 74 Juniors The Fun Of It All Pam Moore Pam Moranville Kevin Morgan Ross Morres Mark Morris Teresa Morrison Nancy Mow Bill Mullen Liz Muster Wayne Myers Brenda Nason Maryann Nedorolik Ricky Needham Paul Nelson Robert Nette Lan Ngo Rob Nichols Mark Nilsson Christy Norris Debbie Norton George Ocain Paul Olney Katie Olson P.J. ONeill Juniors 75 The Real Thing Susan Otten Leigh Passman Greg Pattakos John Paulsen John Paxton Charles Payton Chalisa Pennick Anthony Perkins Bryan Perry Vicky Peterson Terry Peyton Susanne Phelps Hua Phvona Eiaine Pietrovito Roy Pietrovito Norma Jean Poe Mark Pointon Larry Pollard Jill Pooley Terrhanne Po or Gary Pratt Daryl Presley Lynn Prosser Blake Purcell Karen Quinn Susan Rachels Beth Radford pFom this bottle will give me good only if I go that way,” says Steve 76 Juniors Laura Raines Becky Rardin Susan Recore Jim Reep Mike Rhode Elwood Richardson Karen Rickard Brian Rightmer Kathy Robinson Martin Robinson Jackie Roller Ann Rositzke Christian Rowland Richard Royce Mary Ruberton Barry Runaldue Lynn Rundgren Sara Ruple Sean Ryan Kim Sage Brad Sampson Valerie Samuel Charles SanFilippo H.Schaefer Vivian Schmidt Tim Scandling Mary Schmitt Bonnie Schoessel Suzanne Schrage Joe Schrock LizSchutte Jane Seanor Cindy Scott Amy Seesholtz Danny Seesholtz Eddie Seibert Jim Seibert Lee Selmanovitz Fleet Senseman Mark Serio Debbie Seymour Phil Shafer Juniors 77 Susan Sharon Eric Sheflett Scott Sherburne Glenn Sherman Mary Jo Shine Mary Siegrist Mark Simmons Robert Simpson Randy Slack Lori Smith Roy Smith David Spann Amanda Spitler Jim Spofford Debbie Stacy Bill Stevens Jim Stewart Jim Stocks Mark Stoffel Rickie Stone Eddie Stoops Debbie Stuckey Yolanda Sturgeo ChangSuk Steve Summa Barbara Super Eric Sutch Mark Swanson Carolyn Sweatt Paul Sylvestre Like a tree we are as one large body, Yet like each tiny leaf, we are all different; We started our high school years As little sapling first set; In the spring we were fresh green buds And fragile blossoms; The summer of our years found us spreading o Roots and branches rapidly, full and wide, Cool and green, we grew; With the fall and the crisp turning of the leaves Our maturing tree slowly changed And developed into the many different Colors only fall could wear; Our winter has yet to come: the leaves Will fall gently and drift away, Slowly breaking their ties from the tree, Debbie Fieffer 78 Juniors Seasons Of Our Lives Lisa Tagg David Talford Craig Taylor David Temple Susan Temple Karen Thomas Mark Thomas David Thomson Chris Thurman Nam Tran Jeff Trilling Cheryl Tronolone Peter Turner Pam Unger Robert Vaughn Naomi Vest Marlys Vial Cheryl Voils Juniors 79 DiLallo, Lam And Officers Show Initiative Mr. Freeman is looking over one of the Junior ' s many fund raising events. Sandy Vollmer Tim Wales Cathy Walters Brian Walton Pam Wampler Frank Ward Robert Ward Jamie Watts Patty Webb David Wells Nancy Wells Ronnie Wenrich 80 Juniors IB Susan Wenrich Pamela Wentzel Stephanie West Colleen Whipple David Whitaker Nancy White Thomas Whitner Kathleen Whyman Mathew Wickham Drew Williams James Williams Victoria Williams Mark Wilson Mark Winslow Tu Wisniewski Tina Withrow Alison Wood Sharon Woods Clifford Wright Tamara Wright Cynthia Wynder Darby Yoder Jeffrey Young G. Yuvannidis James Zelloe Christopher Zwart " Ah, Kevin it can’t be that bad,” consoles Gina Lam. Juniors 81 THOMAS PROPPS Sub School Principal OSCAR MATCH Counselor DON WEINHEIMER Counselor SHIRLEY DEWISPELAERE Secretary AUDREYMORRISON Instructional Aide JOHN DOYLE SGA President 82 Senior Class • ' 1 wn i. Seniors—Sub School IV r 11 f i firnn i $ i raiijn mwr firr rm THE WATERGATE rr nr r 1 f H r I « - JlJ Faces Suit Our Moods Douglas Ackerson Natale Addamiano Cheryl Adem Marianne Adinaro Harold Akridge Marc Alexander DOUGLAS ACKERSON. “Doug” Activities: Key Club, 2,3,4; Ski Club, 3,4; Varsity Basketball Statistician, 3,4; Social Studies Forum, 4. NATALE JESSE ADDAMIANO. “Nat” Activi¬ ties; Cross Country, 2; Winter Track, 2; Spring Track, 2; VICA Regional Machine Shop Contest, 3; Latin Club, 4. Awards: Winter Track, 2. MARC ALEXANDER. ANITA ALLEN. CHARLES ANDERSON. Activities: Latin Club, 1; Chess Club, 1; Varsity Soccer, 2,3; J.V. Football, 2; Newspaper, 2; J.V. Basketball, 3. JONATHAN ANDERSON. “Jon” Activities: Band, 1,2; Latin Club, 3,4; Bible Club 4. BARRY LEE ARBAUGH. Activities: Freshman Basketball, 1; J.V. Track and Field 1 (Captain, M.V.P., 1); J.V. Basketball 3; Varsity Track and Field, 3,4. Awards Varsity Letter in Track and Field, 3,4; Herringer Relays (1st) And Recard Districts. KAREN DENISE ARNOLD. Activities: Girls Track, 1,2; Gymnastics, 1; C.O.E., 4. Awards: TrackLetter, 1,2. SHERRY ADAMS. Activities: Deca, 4. MARIANNE ADINARO. Activities: Track, 1,2; Gymnastics, 1,2; Spanish Club, 1,2; Bible Club, 2,3,4; Senior Honor Society, 2,3,4; Third World Athletics, 3; Chorus, 2,3,4; Sound of Music, 3; All Regional chorus, 3,4; All County Chorus, 4; Modern Music Mas¬ ters, 4. Awards: Nomination, Who’s Who in American Music. HAROLD KEITH AKRIDGE. “Keith” Activities: French Club, 1,2; Cross Country, 1; Football, 2; Art Club, 1,3; Bible Club 3,4 (President 4); Winter Track, 1; Concert Choir, 4; Madrigals, 4; Choral Council, 4; Modern Music Masters, 4. Awards: All Regional Chorus, 4. PAUL STEVEN ANDERSON. “Andy” Activi¬ ties: Football, 1; J.V. Basketball, 2; Rugby, 3,4; Key Club, 2,3,4; German Club, 3. SUSAN LYNN ANDREWS. “Sue” Activities: Fashion Associates, 3,4; DECA, 4. N. AHN. ANTHONY ANTONIOLI. “Tony” Activities: Spanish Club, 1,2,3,4; Art Club, 4 (Chair¬ man, 4); Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4. DOUGLAS ALAN BABCOCK. “A.J.” Activities: Varsity Golf Team, 3,4. WILLIAM PAUL BABBINGTON. “Bill”. JEFFREY BACHE. NANCY BACH. Activities: French Club, 1,2, 3 (President 2; V.P., 3); Jr. Honor Society, 1,2; Sr. Honor Society, 3,4; Gymnastics, 2; Choral Council, 2,3,4; Modern Music Masters (V.P., 4); Chorus 1,2,3,4; Madrigals, 4. Awards: All Regional Chorus, 1,4; American Youth Performs Chorus, 2; All County Chorus, 4. 84 Senior Class Anita Allen Jonathan Anderson Paul Anderson Susan Anderson N. Ahn Anthony Antonioli Barry Arbaugh Denise Arnold Douglas Babcock William Babbington Jeffrey Bache Nancy Bach Senior Class 85 JOSEPH BAIR. “Joe” Activities: Varsity Wrestling, 2; J.V. Wrestling, 1; Debate Team, 3; Regionals, 3; Final Benelux Wrestling: Lettermans Club; Student Council, 3. Friendship Is Important LISA KAROL BAINUM. “Boom-Boom” Activities: Gymnastics, 1; Jr. Classical League, 1,2: Plays: Anne of the Thousand Days (Anne Boleyn), 3; The Skin Of Our Teeth (Mrs. Antrobus), 4; International Thespian Society, 3,4; Stage Lighting Crew Trainee, 4. Awards: National Educational Development test high percentile award. FLOYD BALL. CYNTHIA K. BARNES. " Cindy " Activities: Jr. Honor Society, 1,2; Sr. Honor Society, 3,4; Future Homemakers of America, 1; Future Business Leaders of America, 4; Concert Choir, 3,4; Keyettes, 2,3,4 (Jr. Representative, 3; Treasurer, 4); SGA Representative, 3. KENNETH BARNES. Joseph Bair Lisa Bainum Floyd Ball Cynthia Barnes Kenneth Barnes Cara Basham Chris Batistas Margot Batton Faisia Bayne Linda Beahm CARA BASHAM. Activities: Freshman Chorus, 1; Helena District Chorus 1; Montana State Chorus, 1; Mixed Chorus, 2; Concert Choir, 3,4; Va. Regional Chorus, 2,3,4; Girl’s Barbershop, 4; All County Chorus, 4; Spanish Club, 3,4; Spanish Honor Society, 3,4; Modern Music Masters, 4. Awards: Superior Rating as soloist and member of ensemblein Helena District Music Festival, 1; Excellent Rating as soloist and member of ensemble in Montana State Music Festival, 1; Excellent Rating in Piano Festival, 1. CHRIS BATISTAS. MARGOT SUE BATTON. Activities: Fashion Associates, 3; D.E. 2, D.E. 3,4; Dramatic Arts, 1,2,3. FAISIA BAYNE. “Statia Train, Boo Boo " Activities: Drama, 1,2,3,4; Chorus, 3,4. Awards: D.E., 2. LINDA SUE BEAHM. Activities: J.V. Softball, 1; J.V. Basketball, 1; Varsity Softball, 2,3; Varsity Tennis, 3,4; Latin Clubb, 1,2; Bible Club, 2,3,4 (Secretary treasurer, 3; Vice President, 4); Jr. Honor Society, 1,2; Sr. Honor Society, 3,4; Modern Music Masters, 4. EARL W. BEARS. Activities: J.V. Football, 2. LARRY D. BEAVER. EDWARDS CHARLES BEHRENS. “Eddie” Activities: Chorus Accompanist, 1,2,3; Spanish Club, 1,2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society, 1,2,3,4; Jr. Honor Society 2; All- Regional Chorus, 3; Awards: Spain Trip Scholarship by Spanish Heritage Association. BONNIE GAIL BENDER. Activities: VICA, 2,4. JON BERG. Activities: Marching Band, 1,2; Junior Member Monterey Peninsula Yacht Club, 1,2; Senior Honor Society, 4. Awards: Sailing. JANINE MARIE LOUISE BERNARD. 86 Senior Class MICHAEL W. BERRY. DON PHILLIP BICOY. " Don " Activities: Drama, 1; Gymnastics, 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain Gymnastics, 4; French Honor Society 2,3,4; President French Honor Society, 4; Senior Honor Society 3,4. WALTER BLANDING. " Zeke " Activities: Football 1,2,3; Winter Track, 1,2,3,4; Spring Track, 1,2,3,4. Awards: Football Letter, 3; Winter Track Letter 2,4; Spring Track Letter, 1,2,4. GARY F. BLATCHER. Earl Bears Larry Beaver Lorry Bednar Edward Behrens Bonnie Bender Jon Berg Janine Bernard Michael Berry Don Bicoy Walter Blanding Gary Blatcher Senior Class 87 Constance Boardman William Bolton Charles Bombard John Borror CONSTANCE PATRICIA BOARDMAN. “Connie " Activities: Drill Team, 3; Ski Club, 1,2,3,4; Thespians, 1,2,3,4; Madrigals, 3,4; Concert Choir, 3,4; Select Girls Choir, 2; Modern Music Masters, 4. Awards: Best Actress—One Act, 2. WILLIAM FRANCIS BOLTON, JR. “Billy " . CHARLES E. BOMBARD. “Chuch " Activities: Golf Team, 1,2,3,4; A.V. Club, 1,2. JOHN E. BORROR. Activities: Deca Club, 4. DENIS RICHARD BORUM. Activities: Concert Band, 1; Symphonic Band, 2,4; Marching Majors, 1,2,4; Stage Band, 2,4; Dramatics, 2,4; Spanish Club 1,2,4. Awards: Marching Band Letter, 1,2,4; “Symphonic " Pin, 2; Most Improved Instrumentalist in Symphonic Band, 2; Modern Music Masters Society, 4. GLYNDA M. BOWEN. Activities: French Club, 1,2; Bowling League, 1,2; FBLA, 3, (Historian) 4; COE, 4. DAVID WARREN BOWLIN. Activities: Mixed Chorus, 2; Concert Choir, 3; COE 4. LINDA BOYD. Activities: Freshman Class President, 1; Pep Club (Vice President); Spanish Club; FBLA; Drill Team. WILLIAM BOYNE. “Bongo” Activities: Wrestling, 1,2,3,4; Yearbook, 4; Awards: Outstanding J.V. Wrestling, 3. STEPHEN THOMAS BRACKEN. " Steve " Activities: Hiking Club 1; Ski Club 4; Key Club 3,4; Class Council 3,4; Class Senator, 4; J.V. Football 2; J.V. Wrestling 2; Varsity Football, 3,4; Varsity Wrestling 3; Rugby Club 2,3,4; Captain Rugby Club 3,4. Awards: Varsity Football Letter, 3,4. David Bowlin Linda Boyd Bill Boyne Stephen Bracken 88 Senior Class Royce Brademan Susan Bradley Roy Bragg ROYCE ATWELL BRADEMAN, JR. SUSAN M. BRADLEY. ROYC. BRAGG. KENNETH JOSEPH BRAMAN. KEVIN BRAMAN. BETTY ANN BRANE. Activities: Freshman Class Council, ; Sophmore Class Council, 2; FBLA, 3,4. CHRISTINA BRAUN. “Chris " Activities: Student Government Association, (Tres. 3) (Vice-Pres. 4); Class Council, 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Jr Honor Society 2; Senior Honor Society, 3,4; Keyettes, 3,4; Ski Club, 1,2,3, (Vice Pres) 4; Jr. Varsity Field Hockey, 1; Varsity Field Hockey 2,3,4; Spring Track, 1,2,3,4; Jr. Varsity Basketball Manager, 1; Third World Athletics, 3,4; Powder Puff Football, 3,4; German Club, 1,2,3 (Vice Pres); Science Club, 1,2; Junior Classical League, 3,4; Spanish Club, 1,2; Bible Club, 2; Chess Club. Awards: Governor’s School for the Gifted, 1975; Girl’s State (Party Chairman); It ' s Academic Team, 4; National Merit Commended Scholar, 4; SpringTrack Letter; Field Hockey Letter, 2,3,4. GARY WAYNE BREEDEN. ‘‘Fuzzy’’ Activities: Freshman Basketball, 1; Jr. Varsity Basketball, 2. MARY BRICKENSTEIN. DEBORAH BRIGHAM. SCOTT D. BRIGHAM. Kenneth Braman Kevin Braman Betty Brane Christina Braun Gary Breeden Mary Brickenstein Deborah Brigham Scott Brigham Senior Class 89 Knowledge Can Be Useless Lori Brown Michael Brown Vanessa Brown Brenda Bruce Michelle Burns James Cady Dawn Cajigas John Campbell Betty Canaday Daniel Carney 90 Senior Class Maureen Carr Susan Carr Valerie Carroll Tricia Carson Mark Casassa Melissa Castillo Yvonne Castillo Barbara Caudill Kelly Chapman John Chastain Gregory Childers Thomas Childers LORI DENISE BROWN. Activities: Freshman Class Pres., 1; Class Council, 1,2,3,4; Ski Club, 1,2, Tres. 3, Pres. 4; Latin Club, 1,2 Sgt. At Arms; Dramatic Arts 1; National Forensic League, 1; Drill Team, 2; Spanish Club, 2; Varsity Cheerleader, 3,4; SGA, Sec. 3; FBLA, 4; Awards: Va. Girl ' s State Leader¬ ship Camp, Governor of Va. Girls’ State; Senior Court Homecoming Princess. MICHAEL LEROY BROWN. " Mike " Activities: Fresh. Football, 1; Fresh. Track, 1; Varsity Football, 2,3,4; Varsity Track 3,4. Awards: Letter Football, 2,3,4; Track Letter 3,4; Co-Captain Winter and SpringTrack. VANESSA BROWN. Activities: Cosmeotology, 2; VICA, 1,2; Fashion Merchandising Club, 3; FBLA. 4. BRENDA LEE BURCE. Activities: Spanish Club, 1,2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society, 2,3,4; Keyettes, 3,4; Jr. Honor Society, 1,2. MICHELLE BURNS. " Missy " Activities: Yearbook, 1; Travel Culture Club, 2; French Club 1; Art Club 1,2; Softball 2. JAMES CADY. DAWN CAROL CAJIGAS. " Dawny " Activities: FHA, 1, Tres. 2; 3, Pres. 4; Spanish Club, 2; FBLA, 3; Keyettes, 4; Awards: FHA, Jr. Degree, 1, Chapter Degree, 2, State Degree, 3. JOHN JOSEPH CAMPBELL. " Juan " Ac¬ tivities: Ski club, 3. BETTY A. CANADAY. Activities: FBLA, 3, Secretary 4. DANIEL F. CARNEY. " Nad " Activities: ICT 3,4; VICA. MAUREEN CARR. " Moe " Activities: Third World Athletics (Pres), 4; Track, 1,2,3; Captain Track, 3; J.V. Hockey, 1; Varsity Hockey, 2,3; Captain 4; Awards: Hockey Sportsmanship Award; Track Letter, 1,2,3,4; Hockey Letter, 2,3,4. SUSAN CARR VALERIE L. CARROLL. Activities: Beginning Girls Chorus, 1; Latin Club 2; President Latin Club 3; Flag Corps Member 3, (Co-Captain) 4; Jr. Class Council 3; Senior Class Council, 4; Awards: Marching Majors Letter and Pin. TRICIA RENE CARSON. MARK A. CASASSA. MELISSA E. CASTILLO. " Missy " Activities: Spanish Club, 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 2,3, (Co-Pres.) 4; Select Girl’s Chorus, 4; Modern Music Masters, 4; Class Council, 2,3; Awards: Fairfax County Representative to Spanish Music Festival. YVONNE MARIA CASTILLO. “Bonnie " Ac¬ tivities: J.V. Basketball, 2. BARBARA ANN CAUDILL. Activities: Ski Club, 2,3; Fashion Merchandising Assoc 3. Pres. 4; Awards: Honor Roll, 1,2. KELLY GWEN CHAPMAN. Activities: Chorus Council, 1; Class Council, 1,2,3,4; Chorus, 1,2,3; Concert Choir, 4; Jr. Honor Society, I, 2; Drill Team, 2,3 (Historian); French Honor Society, 4; Awards: Drill Team Letter, 3. JOHN ERIC CHASTAIN. Activities: Wres¬ tling, 3,4. GREGORY JAY CHILDERS. THOMAS CHILDERS. " Tom-Chilli " Activities: Fresh. Football, 1; Fresh Basketball, 1 J. V. Football, 2; J.V. Basketball, 2; Varsity Football, 4. Senior Class 91 Wanda Church John Clark Clint Cleveland Winston Clevenger Christopher Clubb Jerry Cogley Dianne Golden Richard Collins Patricia Colombo Susan Colyer Debra Comar We Grow By... WANDA DARLENE CHURCH. Activities: F.H.A., 2. JOHN M. CLARK. CLINT MAURICE CLEVELAND. “CC WINSTON DAVIS CLEVENGER. Activities: Ft. Hunt Rifle Team, 1; Photo Club, 1; J.V. Football, 2; J.V. Soccer 3; Varsity Soccer, 4; Key Club, 4. CHRISTOPHER WADE CLUBB. “Chris” Activities: Fresh. Football, 1; Fresh. Basket¬ ball, 1; JV Baseball, 1,2; Varsity Football, 2,3,4; Varsity Wrestling, 3,4. JERRY E. COGLEY. DIANNE S.COLDEN. RICHARD R. COLLINS. 92 Senior Class Helping Others. PATRICIA ANN COLOMBO. " Patty " Activities: Spanish Club, 1; Powderpuff Football, 4. SUSAN GAIL COLYER. " Sue " Activities: Drill Team, 2,3; Class Council, 1,2,3,4; Jr. Class Senator, 3; International Thespian Society 3; Senior Class Sec. Tres., 4; Senior Honor Society, 4; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4. Awards: Drill Team Letter, 3; Gunston District Leadership Conference, 3. DEBRA SUECOMER. DELORISK. COMPTON. DEIRDRE A. CONLEY. " Dee " Activities: J.V. Tennis, 2; French Club 2,3,4; Sierra Club, 3; Senior Honor Society, 4. SUZANNE LESLIE COPAS. “Suzy” Activities: French Club, 1,2,3; Astronomy Club, 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Concert Choir, 3,4; Summer Science Institute, 2. Awards: All County Chorus, All-Regional Chorus, 2,3,4. JACQUELINE L. CORBIN. THOMAS VINCENT COTNER. " Mot”. ANTHONY EDWARD CROWLEY. “Tony " Activities: Jr. Honor Society 2; Senior Honor Society, 3, (President) 4; French Honor Society, 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,5; It ' s Academic Team, 4; J.V. Basketball, 2; Varsity Basketball, 3; Freshman Football, 1. Awards: 1975 Governor’s School. CATHERINE E. CUMMINGS. Activities: Ski Club, 2,3,4; Varsity Cheerleader, 4; Yearbook Staff, 4; Track, 2; Varsity Track, 3,4; Powder Puff Football, 3,4. ANNE LOUISE DAGOSTINO. THOMAS A. D’AMICO. " Tom " Activities: Wrestling, 1,2,3. MARIAN RHEA DANIEL. JOHN C. DAOULAS. “Greek " Activities: Ski Club, 4; Key Club, 2,3; Freshman Football, 1; J.V. Football, 2,3; Varsity Football, 4; Wrestling, 1,2,4; J.V. Soccer 2; Varsity Soccer 3,4. Awards: Football Letter, 4. Deloris Compton Dierdre Conley Suzanne Copas Jacqueline Corbin Thomas Cotner Anthony Crowley Catherine Cummings Anne Dagostino Thomas Damico Marian Daniel John Daoulas Senior Class 93 Daniel Davenport Debra Davis Vickie Davis Cheryl Dean Deanna Deane Diane Deavers Linda Decantis Richard Denison 94 Senior Class a DANIEL CORY DAVENPORT. “Danny” Ac¬ tivities: Ski Club, 1; Spanish Honor So¬ ciety, 3,4. DEBRA S. DAVIS. “Debbie” Activities: Fresh¬ man Basketball, 1. VICKIE LEE DAVIS. Activities: J.V. Field Hockey, 1; Varsity Hockey, 4; J.V. Basket¬ ball, 1; FTA, 4; FB LA, 4; TWA, 4; Class Council, 4; Majorettes, 2,3; Powder Puff Football, 4. CHERYL LYNN DEAN. “Sherry” Activities: Concert Band, 1; Marching Band, 1,2,3, (Drum Major) 4; Symphonic Band, 2,3,4; Modern Music Masters, 4; Awards: Band Letter, 2; Band Pin, 3,4; Who’s Who In American High School Music, 4. DEANNA DOROTHY DEANE. Activities: De¬ bate Team (Sec.) 2; Model United Nations 1,2; Gunston District Leadership Con¬ ference, 3; Jr. Honor Society, 1,2; Senior Honor Society, 2,3,4; French Honor Society, 2,3-4 (Sec. Tres); Marching Band, 1,2,3,4; Concert Band, 1; Symphonic Band, 2, (Sec. Tres.) 3, (Historian) 4; Modern Music Masters, 4; Awards: Who’s Who Among Music Students In American High Schools; Band Letter 1,2,3,4. DIANE FEE DEAVERS. LINDA ANN DeCANTIS. Activities: Class Council, 2,3; Thespian Honor Society, 3,4; Keyettes, 4; EM Vee Hi Staff, 4. RICHARD DOUGLAS DENISON. “Rick” Ac¬ tivities: Pep Club, 1; Ecology Club, 1; Varsity Club, 2; Christians Activities Council, 1,2; Newspaper Staff, 1; J.V. Football, 1; J.V. Basketball, 1; Varsity Soccer, 2; Varsity Basketball, 2. Awards: Football Letter, Basketball Letter, Soccer Letter. SUE ANNE DENZER. Activities: Tennis Team, 2, (Captain) 3; Awards: Tennis Letter, 2. JOAN-MARIE DEWEESE. Activities: Golf Team, 1; California Jr. Honor Society, 1; California Scholastic Federation, 2,3; National Honor Society, 4; Modern Music Masters, 4; Choral Music, 2,3,4; Awards: San Diego All-City Honor Choir, 3. DARREL J. DEZULOVICH. BILLIE E. DIGGS, JR. SANDRA M. DINGLE. “Sandy” Activities: International Thespian Honor Society, 1,2,3,4; Lighting Crew, 3,4; Pep Club, 3; Class Council, 1; Dramatics Arts, 1,2,3,4. GINA M. DINUNZIO. “Punkin” Activities: FHA 1, (Reporter) 2,3; FBLA, (Parli- mentarian) 3,4; Keyettes, 4; Spanish Club, 1.2, Ski Club, 2. GARY A. DOLINGER. VIRGINIA JEAN APELDORN DONNELLY. “Jinny”. DON DONOVAN. Activities: Basketball, 1. JOHN DOYLE. Activities: Student Council 1,2,3,4; Student Government, 3,4; Pres. SG, 4; Student Advisory Council; Key Club, 2.3, (Vice. Pres.) 4; Fairfax County Inter¬ scholastic Council, 3,4, County Chairman; Social Studies Forum; Fairfax Model United Nations; National Model United Nations, Football, 1,2,3; Winter Track, 1,2,3; Spring Track 1,2,3; Awards: American Legion Boys ' State (City Party Chairman) (Speaker of the House); American Legion Citizenship Medal; Daughters of American Revolution Ex¬ cellence in History Award; Who ' s Who in American High Schools. DWAYNE A. DRESSLER. Activities: FBLA, 4; National Honor Society, 4; Russian Club, (Pres.) 1,2; Symphonic Band, 1,2,4; Stage Band, 1,2,3,4; Marching Band, 1,2,4. JAMIE DRISCOLL. Activities: Pres. Literary Magazine; FBLA (Pres.) 4. Sandra Dingle Gina Dinunzio Gary Dolinger Virginia Donnelly Don Donovan John Doyle Dwayne Dressier Jamie Driscoll Senior Class 95 Susan Driscoll Sharon Duckworth Bradley Dunmire Mable Dunkley Cindy Dunn Corrine Dumont SUSAN LEE DRISCOLL. Frisk’’ Activities ' VICA, 4. SHARON A. DUCKWORTH. " Sherry” Ac¬ tivities: Ski Club, 1; Varsity Gymnastics, 2,3, (Co-Captain) 4; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Awards: Gymnastics Letter, 2,3,4. BRADLEY DUNMIRE. " Brad” Activities: JV Wrestling, 2; JV Track, 2; Basketball, 1; Varsity Football, 2,3, (Co-Captain) 4. MABEL E. DUNKLEY. CINDY DUNN. Activities: Softball, 1,2,3; Awards: Varsity Letter Softball, 3. CORRINE ELIZABETH DUMONT. " Corey”. EDWARD MERRILL EASTON. " Ed” Activities: Spanish Club 1,2; Freshman Football, 1; J.V. Football, Varsity Football; Spring Track, 1,2,4; Winter Track, 1,2,4. Awards: Letter Winter Track, 1,2,4. Letter Spring Track, 1,4; Letter Football, 4. MARK ELLIOTT. " Rory”. BRETT L. EPPERT VICTOR F. ESOLA. " Francis” Activities: Freshman Football; J.V. Football; Golf Captain 1,2,3,4; Awards: Golf—Most Valu¬ able Player. ELIZABETH A. ESTRADA. " Liz " Activities: Pep Club, (Pres.) 1; FBLA, Class Officer, Historian, Sec.; DECA; Fashion Merchan¬ dising, 3. (Choreography) 4; Photo Club; Sears Teen Board; Omega Tau Sigma Delta. GARY D. ETHERINGTON. Activities: Varsity Golf, 1,4; Varsity Soccer, 2, (Captain) 3,4; JV Football 2; Varsity Football, 3,4; Awards: MVP Golf, 1; MVP Soccer, 2; All-Metropolitan First Team Soccor, 2,3; All-Gunston District First Team Soccor, 2,3. DAVID D. EVANS. MICHAEL CARL EVANS. NEAL S. FEDARKO. Activities: Honor Roll 1,2,3; Social Studies Forum, 4; Freshman Football, 1; JV Football, 2; Varsity Football, 3; JV-Varsity Wrestling 3. DAVID KNOLEN FISHER. Activities: Ski Club; Freshman Football, 1; Freshman Wrestling, 1; J.V. Wrestling 2, (Capt.) 3; Varsity Wres¬ tling, 4. Awards: Third Place, J.V. District Wrestling Tournament, 3. STEVEN MICHAEL FISHER. " Steve " Ac¬ tivities: Freshman Football, 1; JV Football, 2; Tennis, 4. DAVID MILLIKAN FLAKE. Activities: Jr. Honor Society, 2; Senior Honor Society, 3,4; Spanish Club, 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3,4; Marching Majors, 1,2,3, (Per¬ cussion Leader) 4; Symphonic Band, 2,3, (Assis. Student Director) 4; Stage Band; Concert Band, 1; Awards: National Merit Semi-Finalist; 1975 Governor ' s School for the Gifted. 96 Senior Class Edward Easton Mark Elliott Brett Eppert Victor Esola Elizabeth Estrada Gary Etherington David Evans Michael Evans We Are Artists All... Sean Flattery Brenda Foglio Leslie Foster Shelia Foster Craig Fowler David Freaney James French Timothy Fredrick Cordelia Friedman Jamie Froelich Thomas Frye Laura Fullerton SEAN PIERRE FLATTERY. “Stoney " Activities: Spanish Club, 1,2; Freshman Wrestling, 1; J.V. Wrestling, 1,2; Varsity Wrestling, 2,3, (Captain) 4. Award: Most Valuable Wrestler, 2; Most Improved Wrestler, 3; Most Valuable Wrestler, 4. BRENDA LEE FOGLIO. Activities: Softball 1; Gym¬ nastics, 1,2; Awards: Gymnastics Letter, 1,2. LESLIE MARGARET FOSTER. Activities: JV Cheer¬ leading, 2; Varsity Cheerleading, 3,4; Class Coun¬ cil, 2,3,4. SHEILA ROSE FOSTER. Activities: Vice-President Class; VICA4. CRAIG W. FOWLER. DAVID THOMAS FREANEY. “Freetz” Activities; Basket¬ ball, 1; JV Baseball, 1; Varsity Football, 2,3; Varsity Baseball, 2, (All District) 3, (High-School All-Ameri¬ can) 4. Awards: “Sports Illustrated” High School Baseball Player of the Year, 1976. JAMES F. FRENCH. TIMOTHY ERIC FREDRICK. “Turk”. CORDELIA ANNA FRIEDMAN. “Dee Dee” Activities: DECA (Pres.), 4. JAMIE SUE FROELICH. “Jimmy” Activities: Class Council, 2,3,4; Fashion Associate 3,4 (Tres); Art Club, 3,4; Keyettes, (Sec) 4; Powder Puff Football, 4. THOMAS ALLEN FRYE. " Tom” Activities JV Baseball, 1; Varsity Baseball, 2, (Captain) 3,4; Awards: MVP, 3; Baseball Letter, 2,3,4. LAURA FULLERTON. Activities: Gymnastics 1; Dra¬ matic Arts, 1,2; Awards; High Honors Award, 2. 98 Senior Class Leslie Fullerton LESLIE FULLERTON. Activities: Cheerleading, 1,2,3,4; SAC, 3; Class Sec. Treas., 3; Class V.P., 4; Jr. Honor Society, 1,2; Deca, 3. Awards: Letter for being manager of boy’s Soccer Team. JAMES E. FURGERSON. JOANNE MARIE GABRIEL. Activities: C.O.E., 4. JOHN GAEBEL. Activities: Golf; Tennis; Sailing; Scuba Diving; Spear Fishing. Awards: Letter in Golf, 2. RICHARD GAINER. “Ricky” Activities: VICA, 4. DONALD DEAN GATES. “Dean” Activities: Band, 1,2; Internat’l Thespian Society, 3,4; Varsity Gymnastics, 3,4; Spanish Club, 4. Awards: Band Letter, 1,2; Gymnastics Letter, 4. WAYNE ROBERT GAUPP. SEAN GEARY. Activities: VICA, 4. James Furgerson Joanne Gabriel John Gaebel Richard Gainer Dean Gates Wayne Gaupp Sean Geary Senior Class 99 Michelle Gerow Mark Godfrey Cynthia Golding Patricia Goliash Lesley Goodchild Stewart Gordon Michael Gorrell Patricia Gorwitz Teresa Goultrey Indrek Grabbi David Grant Wayne Gratz r i, 1 £ ' • I A M ' CHELLE GEROW. Activities: Pep Club, 1; Girls Athletic Assoc., 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Track, 2; Ski Club, 3; Powder Puff Football, 3,4; Soccer, 4; Wrestling Manager, 4; Surveyer, 4; Spanish Honor Society, 4. MARK B. GODFREY. CYNTHIA LOU GOLDING. “Cindy " Activities: French Club, 2,3,4; Bible Club, 2; FBLA, 3. PATRICIA ANNE GOLIASH. " Patty” Ac¬ tivities: Cheerleader, 1, (Co-Captain) 2,3, (Captain) 4; Jr. Honor Society, 1,2; Sr. Honor Society, 3,4; Spanish Honor Society, 2,3, (Sec.) 4; Class Council, 1,2,3,4; Gym¬ nastics, 1,2. Awards: Virginia Girl’s State, 3. LESLEY CELESTE GOODCHILD. “Chipmunk " Activities: Marching Band, 1,2,3,4; Stage Band, 3; Symphonic Band, 2,3,4; Concert Band, 1; Bible Class, 2,3; Swim Team, 1; Powder Puff Football, 3,4; Ski Club, 2; Science Club, 2,3, (co Pres.) 4; French Club, 3; Modern Music masters, 4; Jr. Honor Society, 1,2; Sr. Honor Society, 4. STEWART GORDON. Activities: Football, 1; Marching Majors, 1,2,3,4; Stage Band, 4; Awards: Letter in Band, 2,3,4. MICHAEL GORRELL. Activities: Jr. Honor Society, 1. PATRICIA GORWITZ. " Pat” Activities: Sr. Honor Society, 3,4; Keyettes, 3,4 Drill Team, 2,4. Awards: Scholastic Achievement Award, I, 2; Nat’l Meril Commended Student, 4. TERESA GOULTREY. “Darlene” Activities: Drill Team, 2,3; Fashion Merchandising Historian, 4; B.C. Express, 4. INDREK SVEN GRABBI. Activities: Varsity Spring Track, 3,4; J.V. Basketball, 2,3; Surveyor, 4; Key Club, 3,4; German Club, 3,4; Ski Club, 1,4; Chess Club, 4. DAVID EARL GRANT. “T-Bone” Activities: J. V. Baseball, 1,2; Varsity Baseball, 3; Chorus, 1,2,3,4. WAYNE J. GRATZ. Study: A Basic Word SANDRA GREEN. " Sandy” Activities: Spanish Club, 3; Literary Magazine, 2,3; Spanish Honor Society, 3. WILLIAM ROBERT GREEN. JAMES E. GRIFFEN. " Grit " Activities: Varsity Swimming, 1,2,3,4; Varsity Football, 4; J.V. Football, 3; French Honor Society, 4. Awards: Varsity Swimming Letter, 1,2,3,4; Varsity Football Letter, 4; Most Valuable Swimmer, 1,2,3; Most Improved Football Player, 4. EDWIN JAMES GRIFFITH. JEFFERY D. GRIFFITH. CLEVE A. GRIMES. FRANKLIN DALE GRUBB. ROGER STEVENS GULLEDGE. " Rasa " Activities: Winter Track Manager, 2; Science Club, 2; Football Trainer, 3,4; Basketball Trainer, Manager, statistition, 4; Head Athletic Trainer, 4; Spring Track Manager, 2; Eagle Scout, 2; Fairco R.E.A.C.T., 4. Awards: Holder Of the World Record In Magazine Sales (QSP Drive), 4; Athletic Letters. Sandra Green William Green James Griffin Edwin Griffith Jeffery Griffith Cleve Grimes Franklin Grubbs Roger Gulledge Senior Class 101 Friendship... LARRY JOSE GUSMAN. Activities: Debate 1,2,4; Medical Club, 1; Gymnastics 1; French Club, 2; French Honor Society 2,3,4; Chess Club, 2, (Sec Tres.) 3,4; Science Club, 2, (Sec. Tres ) 3,4; Forensics 3,4; Social Studies Forum Club 3, (Pres.) 4; It ' s Academic Team, 3,4; Tennis 3,4. Awards: Honorable Mention, Fairfax Area Invitational Model United Nations, 4; 2nd Place Mauzy Invitational Novice—Debate, 1; Varsity De¬ bate Letter, 4. REBECCA LYNN GUYER. " Becky " Ac¬ tivities: FBLA, 2,3,4. CORIE E. HALE. " Bucky " Activities: Fresh¬ man Football, 1; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Basketball, 4; Varsity Soccer, 4; German Club 2,3; FBLA, 4. Awards: Football letter, 4; Basketball Letter, 4; Soccer Letter, 4. SCOTT WAYNE HALL. " Da Neez " Activities: Spanish Club, 1,2,3; Literary Magazine 2,3. Awards: Kansas University Scholarship. KATHRYN ELIZABETH HAMEL. " Kathy " Activities: Jr. Honor Society 1, (Historian) 2; French Honor Society, 2,3, (Vice Pres) 4; Sr. Honor Society, 3,4; Tennis Team 2,3; Keyettes, 3,4; Class Council, 2,3,4; Awards: Tennis Letter, 2. BARBARA ANN HAMILTON. Activities: FBLA (Tres); SGA; Senator Senior Class; Cheer¬ leader, 2,3, (Co-Captain) 4. CLINTON PAUL HAMILTON. " Clint”. Ac¬ tivities: Varsity Baseball, 3,4. Award: Most Outstanding Player, Baseball, 3. MARY BETH HAMILTON. Larry Gusman Rebecca Guyer Corie Hale Scott Hall Kathryn Hamel Barbara Hamilton Clinton Hamilton Mary Hamilton 102 Senior Class C. ATLEE HAMMAKER. Activities: J.V. Football, 2; Varsity Baseball, 1,2,3,4; Varsity Basketball, 3,4; Awards: Baseball Letter, 1,2,3,4; Basketball Letter, 3,4. JOHN L. HAMPTON. PHAN, HANGHGA. LISA HANSELL. DARRELL L. HARLEY. MICHELLE A. HARNDEN. Atlee Hammaker John Hampton Phan Hanghga Lisa Hansell Darrell Harley Michelle Hamden Carole Harris Christine Harris James Harris Sean Harris CAROLE JILL HARRIS. Activities: FBLA, 2,3,4. CHRISTINE R. HARRIS. “Christie " Activities: FHA, 1,2; Literary Magazine. JAMES F. HARRIS. " Fred” Activities: Varsity Baseball, 4. SEAN H. HARRIS. Activities: German Club, 3; Photo¬ graphy, 4; Student Assistant, 4. Senior Class 103 Pamela Harrington Sherry Hart Kevin Hartman Deloris Hauther Theresa Hayden Bruce Haynes Chris Heine Joseph Herndon 104 Senior Class A Mixture Of Work And Play... Allen Hobbs David Holman Lee Hopkins Deborah Horne PAMELA ANNE HARRINGTON. “Pammy” Activities: Concert Band, 1; Symphonic Band, 2,3,4; Marching Band, 2,3,4; Dra¬ matic Arts, 2; FBLA, 4; Modern Music Masters, 4; Office Assistant, 4. Awards: Band Letter, 2,3. SHERRY WILANDENE HART. Activities: FBLA 3,4; FHA 3. KEVIN HARTMAN. DELORIS L. HAUTHER. THERESA A. HAYDEN. BRUCE T. HAYNES. CHRISTOPHER K. HEINE. “Chris” Ac¬ tivities: Spanish Club, 1; Art Club, 2; Awards: Summer Scholastic Program, Art Institute of Atlanta, Georgia, 3. JOSEPH EARL HERNDON III. “Big Joe” Activities: J.V. Football, 2; Band, 1,2. MICHAEL B. HICKS. RONALD HIGGINS. FRANCES HILLSABECK. Activities: Class Council, 1,4; Fashion Merchandising As¬ sociation 3,4; Thespian Society, 3,4. TERRY HIPSLEY. Activities: Track, 1; Field Hockey, 1; Gymnastics, 1; Cheerleader, 2; Awards: Varsity Track Letter 2; Spanish Honor Society, 2. BRYAN DOUGLAS HOATH. Activities: Key Club, 4; Soccer, 2,3,4; Track, 1; Sailing Club 1,2,3,4; Ski Club, 3,4. ALLEN WIER HOBBS. Activities: J.V. Base¬ ball, 1,2; Freshman Football, 1; Varsity Football, 4; Basketball, 1; J.V. Basketball, 2; Varsity Basketball, 3,4; Senior Class Council, 4. Awards: Varsity Football Letter, 4; Varsity Basketball Letter, 3,4; All-Gunston District Basketball, 3; All-Christmas Tourna¬ ment Team, 3; All-Gunston District Football, 4; Honorable Mention, All Region Football 4. DAVID HOLMAN. LEE ANDREW HOPKINS. “Blee Blopkins " Activities: Mt. Vernon Radio, 3,4. DEBORAH HORNE. " Little Green Pea” Ac¬ tivities: FHA Pres. 1; Assistant Band Con¬ ductor 1; Track Team, 2; Marching Majors, 3,4; Modern Music Masters (Sec) 4; Senior Honor Society, 4; Basketball Statistician, 4; Awards: Varsity Track Letter, 2; Academic Achievement Award, 1; Symphonic Band pin, 3. DAN HORTON. Activities: J.V. Volleyball, 1,2; Band, 1,2. LINDA HORTON. Activities: FHA, 3; FBLA 2; Science Club, 1. Awards: Future Leadership Award, 3. NANCY HORTON, “Nan” Activities: Cross Country, 3. JAMES TIMOTHY HUDSON. “Jim” Ac¬ tivities: Wrestling (Capt.) 1; VICA Club (Pres.), 3; Vica Club Student Advisor, 4. f f I i J I Dan Horton Linda Horton Nancy Horton James Hudson Senior Class 105 Timothy Hudson John Hughes Ronald Hulshizer Heidi Huntington Seniors Are Willing To Support School TIMOTHY JAMES HUDSON. JOHN MCNALLY HUGHES. “Chews”. Activ¬ ities: Freshman Football, 1; J.V. Football, 2; Freshman Wrestling, 1; J.V. Wrestling, 2; Varsity Wrestling, 3; Varsity Winter Track, 4; Varsity Baseball, 3; Key Club, 2,3,4; Ski Club, 4; Award: Baseball Letter, 3. RONALD HULSHIZER. “Ron " Activities: Wrestling, 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics, 2,3, (Cap¬ tain) 4; Football, 2; Ski Club, 1; Chess Club, 1. HEIDI SUSAN HUNTINGTON. “Hoota loot” MARK IPOCK. Activities: Library Club, 1; Band, 1; J.V. and Soph Football, 2; Chess Club, 4; Chess Team, 4; Radio Mt. Vernon, 4; School Newspaper, 2. BRENDA I. ISAKSEN. Activities: FBLA, 3, (Parlimen.) 4; Baseball Manager 4; Girl ' s Chorus, 1; Select Girl’s Chorus 2,3. Awards: Chorus, 1,2,3. GWENDOLYN Y. JACKSON. DEBRA JACOBS. " Debbie” Activities: Deca Club, 3,4. Mark Ipock Brenda Isaksen Gwendolyn Jackson Debra Jacobs 106 Senior Class RICHARD IRVING JAMES. SANDRA L. JENNINGS. “Bo” Activities: Modern Dance, 1,2,3; Drill Team, 1; Volley Ball, 1,2; Young, Gifted and Black, 3,4; Third World Experience, 3,4; FBLA, 3,4. Awards: Drill Team Letter, 1. TIMOTHY SCOTT JEWETT. GREGORY ALAN JONES. " Greg” Activities: J.V. Tennis, 1; Varsity Swimming, 1,2,3, (Treasurer) 4. Awards: Swimming Letter, 1,2,3,4. KELLY A. JONES. “Kiki” Activities: Track, 1,2,3; Basketball, 1,2; Gymnastics, 1,2,3; VICA (Officer) 3,4; (Baseball) Bat Girl, 1,3; Football Trainer, 2,3. Awards: Miss Denbigh (Denbigh H.S.), 3. SHIRLEY A. JORDAN. SUSAN S. JURASITS. Activities: Class Council, 1, 2,3,4; Principal ' s Advisory Council, 3,4; Student Advisory Council, 1; Drill Team, 2; Senior Honor Society, 4; Em Vee Hi (Co-Ed, Features), 3,4; Class Vice President, 1. Awards: Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Senior Honor Society, 4. BARBARA ANN KELLER. Activities: D.E., 3. Richard James Sandra Jennings Tim Jewett Gregory Jones Kelly Jones Shirley Jordan Susan Jurasits Barbara Keller Senior Class 107 Carl Keller CARL KELLER. Paul Kelley Matthew Kelly William Kelly Michael Kendall Victoria Key Stephen Kidder Lyndon Kidwell PAUL KELLEY “Woody” Activities: Wres¬ tling, 2,3,4. MATTHEW J. KELLY. “Matthew” Activities Chess Club, 3; Social Studies Forum, 4; Conflict Simulations Team, 4. WILLIAM P. KELLY. “Bill” Activities: Wres¬ tling, 1,2,3,4; Key CLub, 2,3,4. MICHAEL KENDALL. “Swamp Monster”. VICTORIA F. KEY. “Vicky” Activities: Class Senator, 2; FBLA, 2,3; Newspaper, 4; Class Council, 2; SGA senate, 2. STEPHEN J. KIDDER. “Steve” Activities: Varsity Cross County, 3; Varsity Spring Track, 3; Varsity Winter Track, 3; J.V. Varsity Soccer, 2; Varsity Soccer, 4. Awards: Track Letter, 3; Cross Country—4th in District, 3. LYNDON A. KIDWELL. “Mickey” Activities: Video Club, 4; VICA, 2,3. KATHLEEN E. KIEFER. “Kathy” ROBERT L. KIMBLE “Robbie” Activities: Freshman Wrestling, 1; J.V. Wrestling, 2; Varsity Wrestling, 3, (Co-Captain) 4; Fresh¬ man Football, 1; J.V. Baseball, 1; Varsity Baseball, 2,3,4. JAMES O. KISER. SUZANNE D. KLEIN. Activities: Cheerleading, 1,2,3,4; Keyettes, 3,4; Concert Choir, 2,3,4; Madrigal Singers, 3,4; Senior Honor Society, 3,4; “Sound Of Music” (Lead), 3; Girl ' s Barbershop Chorus, 4; French Club, 3. Awards: Girl ' s State, 3; Bland Music Scholar¬ ship Contest, (1st place District and Re¬ gional) 2; All Regional Chorus, 2,3,4; Northern Virginia Jr. Miss Pageant (1st Runner Up, 1st place in poise and appear¬ ance) 4; Prom Princess, 3; Homecoming Princess, 1,4; Who’s Who Among Music Students In American High Schools 4. BARBARA A. KLETT. Activities: FTA, 2,3,4; Keyettes, 4; Senior Honor Society 3,4; Chorus 1. BARBARAS. KROLL. STEVE JOHN KUNKLE. Winn and BRIAN S. KUTCHE. “Bri " Activities: J.R. Honor Society, 1,2; Senior Honor Society, 3,4; Debate Team, 3,4; Foren¬ sics 4. Awards: Governor ' s School for the Gifted, 2; Boys’ State Delegate, Party Chairman, 3; Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, 3,4; 108 Senior Class Kathleen Kiefer !s Pals Make Music National Merit Semi-Finalist, 4; mid- Atlantic Debate 3; Second, State De¬ bate, 3; Second Speaker in State, 3; Semi-Finalist—University of Redland Tournament, 4; Second Speaker at Redlands; Scholarship Student Golden West Forensic Institute, 4; First Place Debate and First Speaker Washington Forensics League, 3,4; Gunston Dis¬ trict Champion and Third Speaker, 3; Second in Region and Second Speak¬ er, 3. Robert Kimble James Kiser Suzanne Klein Barbara Klett Barbara Kroll Steven Kunkle Brian Kutche Senior Class 109 Gregory Lacy Jim Laird Dawn Lally Renee Landgrabe Brenda Landis Barbara Latham Nora Lauterbach Maria Lee MARIA T. LEE. Activities: Fashion Associ¬ ates, 3,4. JUDITH A. LEFFLER. “Judy” Activities: J.V. Softball, 1,2; J.V. Hockey (Do-Captain), 3; Varsity Hockey, 4; Varsity Gymnastics! 1,2,3, (Co-Captain) 4; TWA, 3,4; Class Council, 1,2,3. STEPHAN LEISNER. “Steve”. GLORIA L. LEPS. Activities: The Noble Club. LETUANA. FREDERICK W. LEUPPERT. “Fred”. LESLI A. LILES. Activities: Ski Club, 1,2,3; Mountain Climbing Club, 3; Drama Club! 1,2,3, Varsity Cheerleader, 3; American Youth Association (President), 3; Awards- Varsity Letter, 3. DAVID A. LINDSAY. “Andy”. VALERIE A. LINDSAY. “Val” Activities: Jr. Honor Society, 2; Sr. Honor Society, 3; Debate, 2,3, (Vice President, 3,4); Forensics, 2,3,4; Chess Club, 1; French Club, 2. Awards: Debate: Degree Of Excellence, 3; Degree Of Merit and Honor 2. SARAH J. LITTLEFIELD. “Jenny” Activities: Girl’s Gymnastics, 1; Girl’s Track 1; Awards: Gymnastics Letter, 1; Track Letter, 1. WILLIAMS. LLOYD. TERI A. LODA. Activities: Art Club, 1; French Club, 2; Literary Magazine, 2,3. SALLY A. LOVEGREN. Activities: Ecology Club, 1; Toastmasters Club, 1,2; J.V. Tennis Team, 2; Senior Honor Society, 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society, 3,4; Varsity Tennis Team, 3, (Captain) 4; Ski Club, 3, (Sec - Treas) 4; TWA Club, 3,4. Awards: Varsity Letter, 3,4. GREGORY DAVID LACY. “Greg” JIM MARK LAIRD. DAWN ANN LALLY. Activities: Pep Club, Tres. 1; French Club 2,3,4; FTA 1; Library Assistant, 4; Senior Class Council, 4. RENEE E. LANDGRABE. Activities: All-Re¬ gional Chorus, 1,3; It ' s Academic, 1,2 3 4 Science Club, 2, (Sec) 3,4; Chess Club,’2,3, ' (Pres.) 4; Thespian Society 3, (Sec. 4); French Honor Society, 4; Jr. Class Council-’ Select Girls Chorus 3; Concert Choir, 4 BRENDA L. LANDIS. Activities: March Band, 1,3,4; Concert Band, 1,2; S phonic Band, 3,4; Stage Band, 3,4; _ NORA L. LAUTERSACH. Activities; Cl r, " Cl ’ 2 ' 3 ’ 4: Third World Athletics, 3 Flag Corp (Sargeant-at-Arms) 3; Gymnasti ,2 Track, 1,2,3,4; Scorekeeper for Gi Awarder 4 l P ° Wder Puff Footbal1 ' ards. Track and Gymnastics Letter a Certificate; Flag Corp Letter; Honor Roll. Judith Leffler Stephen Leisner Gloria Leps Letuana 110 SeniorClass Frederick Leuppert SUSAN A. LOVEGREN. “Su” Activities: Ecol¬ ogy Club, 1; Toastmasters Club, 1,2; J.V. Tennis, 2; Senior Honor Society 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society, 3,4; Varsity Tennis, 3,4; Ski Club, 3,4; TWA Club, 3,4; SGA Sec¬ retary, 4. Awards: Varsity Letter, 3,4. MICHAEL E. LYNCH PATRICIA F. MacDOUGALL. Activities: J.V. Tennis, 1; Varsity Tennis, 2 (capt), 3,4; Class Council, 1,2 (president), 3,4; SGA (Second V.P.) 3; SAC (County Rep) 4; Jr. Honor Society, 1,2; Sr. Honor Society, 3, (V.P.) 4; Spanish Honor Society, 2,3,4; TWA, 3,4. Leslie Liles David Lindsay Valerie Lindsay Sarah Littlefield William Lloyd Terri Loda Sally Lovegren Susan Lovegren Michael Lynch Patricia MacDougall Senior Class 111 Susan Mahoney Elizabeth Mandel Cynthia Manion Lucille Marasco Joseph Marx John Marr Sandra Marvel William Mason Sherrie Mattingley AnnMarie Mauger SUSAN H. MAHONEY. ELIZABETH ANN MANDEL. “Liz” Activities: Art Club, 1; Bowling Club, 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Spanish Club, II, 3; Student Assistant, 3. CYNTHIA FRANCES MARIA MANION. “Cindy” Activities; Mt. Vernon Majorettes, 1, (Sec-Tres) 2, (Captain) 3; Class Council, 1,2,3,4; Senator, 1; Homecoming Committee, 1,2,3; Art Club 1,2; FBLA, 4; Woodly Hills Science Fair Judge, 2; Fashion Merchandising Shows, 3,4; DECA, 4; Band Boosters, 1,2,3; Omaga Tau Sigma Delta 3, (C 0 V 2 Pres.) 4; Awards: Mt. Vernon Letter Majorettes, 2; Mt. Vernon Star and Bar, 3; 8 First Place Twirling Trophies, 2,3; 36 second Place through fifth place twirling medals. LUCILLE MARIE MARASCO. “Sugarfoot” Activities: Mt. Vernon Choral Group, 2,3,4; All Regional Chorus, 4; Spanish Club Entertainment, 3, Com¬ munity Spanish Festival, 3; Awards: Certificate of Achievement Chorus, 3; Letter of Recognition, Spanish Festival, 3. JOSEPH MARX. JOHN MIKEL MARR. “Bud” " Buck” Activities: Freshman Football, 1; Ski Team, 1; Track, 1; Chess 1; Latin Club, 3; Spanish Club, 4; Art Club, 4; Literary Club, 4; National Honor Society; Awards: Varsity Letter, Soccer, 2. WILLIAM F. MASON, JR. “Bill” Activities: Fresh¬ man Football, 1. SANDRA LEA MARVEL. “Sandie”. ANNMARIE MAUGER. “Brezzy” Activities: Class Council, 1,2; Marching Band, 1,2,3; Cross Country Track, 3; Office ' Assistant, 3; Powder-Puff Football, 4. Awards; Regional Band, 1,2; All State Band, 3; Who’s Who in Music in American High Schools, 3; Class Favorite, 3. SHERRIE MATTINGLEY. “Sher”. 112 Senior Class DEBORAH L. MAY. " Debbie”. Activities: SGA Representative—District 6,1; Art Club, 1,3; FBLA, (Reporter), 2; Class Coun¬ cil, 3; Flag Corps, 4; Fashion Associates, 3; Student Assistant, 4. CLARK B. MAYO. TOM. E. McARTOR. “Tom " . JAMES M. McGLONE. LISA M. McGRATH. “Butch” Activities: J.V. Hockey, 1,2; Varsity Hockey, 3,4; J.V. Softball, 1,2; Varsity Softball, 3; J.V. Volley¬ ball, 1; J.V. Gymnastics, 2; Jr. Class Sena¬ tor,, 3; Awards: Homecoming Princess, 2; Homecoming Queen, 4. KIM McNAUGHTON. Activities: Chorus, 1,2; Girls Varsity Track, 1,2; Powder Puff Football, 3,4. Deborah May Clark Mayo Tom McArtor James McGlone Lisa McGrath Kim McNaughton Senior Class 113 Jane McNeil Brenda Melanson Teresa Melton Bruce Merritt Ken Barnes: Senior Class President Jeffrey Messenger Michael Millard Patricia Miller Peter Millson Ann Mione Leland Modjeski Jill Moffitt Peter Mollenberg 114 Senior Class JANE MARSHALL McNEIL. Activities: Teen Democrat, 1; Tennis Team, 2; Manager, 3; Omega Tau Sigma, Delta Chapter, 2, (Pres.) 3,4. BRENDA MELANSON. Activities: J.V. Basket¬ ball, 1,2; Chorus, 1. THERESA MELTON. “Neddie " . BRUCE MERRITT. Activities: Winter Track, 1; Spring Track, 1; Winter Track 2. Awards: Letter, WinterTrack, 1. JEFFREY J. MESSENGER. " Jeff”. MICHAEL JEFFERY MILLARD. " Mike” Activities: VICA. PATRICIA ANNE MILLER. “Patty” Activities: Beginning Girls Chorus, 1; Mixed Chorus, 2; Select Girls Ch orus, 3,4; FBLA, 2,4; VICA, 3; Fashion Merchandising, 3; Awards: Select Girls, 3. PETER MILLSON. Activities: Key Club, 2,3,4; Senior Honor Society 3,4; Jr. Honor Society, 1,2; Wrestling, 1,2; Its Academic Team, 3, (Capt.) 4; Tennis, 3. Awards: National Merit Letter of Commendation. ANN ELIZABETH MIONE. Activities: Cheer¬ leading, 1,2; Ski Club, 1,2,3,4; Jr. Class Council, 3; Senior Class Coun. 4. LELAND MODJESKI. “Lee " Activities: Geometry Tutor, 3; Radio Mr. Vernon, 4. KATHY JILL MOFFITT. Activities: Track, 1,2; Gymnastics, 1,2; Class Council, 1,2,3,4; Drill Team, 2. PETER F. MOLLENBERG. TOM MOONEY. Activities: Football, 1; Basketball, 1; Cross Country, 3; Forensics, 3; Surfing, 3; Awards: Letter Football, Letter Basketball, Letter J.V. Cross Country. DELLA DENISE MOORE. " Delta " . ELIZABETH ANN MOORE. “Liz Ann Moore " Activities: Gymnastics Team, 1,2,3,4; Basketbll Team, 2,3; Track Team, 1,2; Soft- ball Team, 1,2,3,4; Football, 2,3; Cheer¬ leading, 1,2,3; Pep Squad, 2; Choir, 1. Awards: Varsity Gymnastics Letter, 2,3,4; Fourth Place All Europe Trophy, 1,2,3,4, 5th place medals—Gymnastics; J.V. and Varsity Letter Basketball; Varsity Letter Track; Most Improved Player Trophy, Soft- ball; Varsity Letters Softball; J.V. and Varsity Football Letters; J.V. and Varsity Letter Cheerleading. LISA ANN MOORE. Activities: Ski Club, 2,4; GAA, 1; Mountain Climbing Club, 1; French Club, 4; FBLA, 4; FTA, 1. RUDOLPH MOORE. TAMARA B. MOORE. MARIA MOREANO. Activities: TWA, 4; JV Tennis Team, 4; French Club, 4; Inter¬ national Club, 4. Awards: Tennis Letter 4; Track—First Place, 1,2; SGA, 2,3. JEFFREY J. MORNINGSTAR. MICHAEL MORRIS. “Mike”. TIMOTHY SEAN CHRISTOPHER MULCAHY. " The Mulch " . VICA, 3,4; Regional U.S. Skill Olympics, 1st and 2nd place. PATRICIA LYNN MULLINS. “Patti " Activi¬ ties: School Fr ' eshman Chorus, 1; Mixed Chorus, 2. JUNE MARY MURPHY. “Junebug " Activi¬ ties: FTA, 2,3; Pep Club, 2; Spanish Club, 3; French Club, 4. Tom Mooney Della Moore Elizabeth Moore Lisa Moore Rudolph Moore Tamara Moore Maria Moreano Jeffrey Morningstar Michael Morris Timothy Mulcahy Patricia Mullins June Murphy Senior Class 115 Margaret Murphy Christine Myers Gina Myers Victoria Nehlig Kris Nelson Joseph Nevin Cynthia Newman Brian Newton Giac Nguyen Susan Nichols Qui Due Nguyen Peter Noble MARGARET ANN MURPHY. ‘ ' Margie” Activities: Girls Track, 2; French Club, 2. CHRISTINE KAREN MYERS. Activities: FBLA; Co¬ operative Office Education, 4. VIRGINIA MYERS. “Gina” VICTORIA ANN NEHLIG. “Alfonz” Activities: Class Council, 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading, 2,3. KRIS NELSON. “Doodle” Activities: Varsity Wrestling, 1,2,3. Varsity Tennis, 1,2,3,4; Football, 1,2; Key Club, 3,4. JOSEPH PATRICK NEVIN, JR. “Joe” Activities: JV Football, 2; Spanish Club, 2. CYNTHIA ANN NEWMAN. " Cindy” Activities: Class Council, 2. BRIAN K. NEWTON. Activities: Science Club, 3; Math Club Team, 3; Rugby, 3,4. GIAC-ANH KHOA-NGUYEN. Activities: Literary Club 4; International Club 4. SUSAN ANNE NICHOLS. " Susie” Activities: Ski Club, 2; Class Council, 1,2,3,4; Latin Club, 2; Powder Puff Football, 3,4; FBLA, 3 (Reporter); FBLA, (Pres) 4; COE, 4. QUI DUC NGUYEN. Activities: International Club, 4; Art Club, 4; Spanish Club, 4; Literary Club, 4; French Club, 4. PETER G. NOBLE. “Pete” Activities: J.V. Football, 2; Freshman Football, 1; Varsity Football, 3, (Captain) 4; Awards: Letter Football, 3,4. 116 Senior Class We Find Time To Relax • • • PATRICIA L. NOURSE. CRAIG OAKLEY. Activities: Beginning Band.l; Yearbook, 3,4; Senior Honor Society, 4. KEVIN PAULO ' CONNEL. CYNTHIA L. O ' DONNELL. “Cindy " Activities: Hockey 1,2; Band, 2,3,4. Awards: Letter and Pin Hockey. TIMOTHY JOSEPH OGILVIE. “Tim " Ac¬ tivities: J.V. Football, 1; J.V. Basketball, 1; Art Club, 1; Key Club 2; Varsity Football, 3, (Capt.) 4; Varsity Baseball, 3,4; Senior Honor Society, 4; Newspaper, 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA ANN O’HARA. “Patti " Activities Marching Band, 1,2,3,4; Concert Band.l; Symphonic Band, 2,3,4; Jr. Honor Society 2; Sr. Honor Soceity 3,4; Modern Music Masters, 4. Awards: Band Letter, 2,3,4. MICHAEL JOSEPH O’NEIL. " Bunky " Ac¬ tivities: Debate, 2,3,4; Bowling, 1,2,3,4; Awards: Debate Letter, 3; Rusty Tate Bowling, 1; Finalist Georgetown Debate Tournament, 3; QuarterFinalist, Mid-Atlantic Debate Tournament, 3; First Place Bowling Team, 2,3,4. BRADLEY E. OSBORN. " Brad” Activities: Ski Club, 3,4; Rugby Club, 3,4. Patricia Nourse Craig Oakley Kevin OConneli Cynyhia ODonnell Timothy Ogilvie Patricia OHara Michael ONeil Bradley Osborn Senior Class 117 Paul Osborne Patricia Ostraco PAUL THOMAS OSBORN. Catherine Pace Renee Palumbo Howard Parker Doreen Parschalk PATRICIA E. OSTRACO. “Patti " Activities: DECA Club 11,3; DECA Club III, 4. CATHERINE ANN PAGE. “Cathie " Activities: Pep Club, 1; Thespian Honor Society, 3,4; Powder- Puff Football, 3,4; Thespian Productions, 1; 4. RENEE CARLA PALUMBO. Activities: FHA, 1; FBLA, 3; Class Council, 2,3,4; Drill Team, 3; Tennis Team, 2; Drill Team Letter, 3. HOWARD KEVIN PARKER. DOREEN PARSCHALK. Activities: Dance; DECA Club; Chorus, 3. SARAH PATRICK. “Sally " Activities: French Club, 3, (Sec. Tres) 4; Senior Honor Society, 3,4; French Honor Society, 3,4; Chorus, 1; Debate, 2. Awards: English Award, 1; Social Studies Award, 1. DENISE JOY PATTAKOS. Activities: COE. REBECCA S. PEABODY. “Becky " Activities: Concert Band, 1; Symphonic Band, 2,3,4; Stage Band, 3; Orchestra, 3,4; Marching Band, 1,2,3,4; Regional Band, 3; Jr. Honor Society, 2; Sr. Honor Society, 3,4; Modern Music Masters, 4. Awards: Who’s Who in American High School Bands; Marching Letter; Symphonic Band Pin. RODNEY D. PEASE. STUART S. PENDLETON. Activities: Varsity Tennis, 1,2,3,4; Varsity Track, 3; Key Club, 3,4; Ski Club, 1,2,3,4; Yearbook,. 2,3; Photo Club, 3. Awards: Jr. Honor Society. JEFFREY PERRY. “Jeff " Activities: Student Council, 1; Freshman Football, 1; Spring Track, JV, 1; J.V. Football, 2; J.V. Winter Track, 2; Varsity Spring Track, 2; Varsity Football, 3,4; Literary Club, 4; Awards: Varsity Football Letter, 3,4; Most Outstanding De¬ fensive Player of the Year, 4. MARIANNE PERSHING. Sarah Patrick Denise Pattakos Rebecca Peabody Rodney Pease Stuart Pendleton Jeffrey Perry Marianne Pershing Maureen Peterman (see page 277) 118 Senior Class Shirley Sullivan Finishes In Three Years DONALD SCOTT PETERS. AUBREY PETITT. " Fox” Activities: VICA, 3. JILL PEVERALL. Activities: FTA, 3; FHA, 1; EBLA, 1,4; DECCA, 2,4; Fashion Merchandising Associates, 3,4. DEBORAH CAROL PHILLIPS. " Debbie " Activites: Beginning Girls Chorus; Mixed Chorus; Select Girls; Concert; Latin Club; Modern Music Masters .. KIMBERLY JOAN POLAND. Activities: J.V. Softball, 1; Swimming Team, 1,2, (Capt.) 4; Mt. Vernon Marching Majors, 2,3,4; Color Guard, 2; Flag Corp (Co- Capt.) 3, (Capt.) 4. Awards: Band Letter, 2,3,4; Swimming Letter, 1,2,4; Most Valuable Girl Swimmer, 2; Homecoming Princess, 4. WILLIAM DALE POPE. " Billy " Activities: Freshman Basketball (Capt) 1; J.V. Basketball (Capt.) 2; Varsity Basketball, 3, (Capt.) 4. Awards: Letter Basketball, 3,4. RICHARD M. POWELL. CATHERINE ALEXANDRA POYDASHEFF. " Cathy " Activities: Class Council, (Sec) 1;2,3,4; Honor Roll, 1,2,4; JV Hockey, 2; Softball Team Manager, 2; Tennis Team, 3; FTA (Pres) 3,4; Yearbook Staff, 3; DECA, 3; Art Club, 4; French Honor Society 4; Powder Puff Football, 4. Awards: Certificates in Tennis, Hockey and Softball. Donald Peters Aubrey Petitt Jill Peverall Deborah Phillips Kimberly Poland William Pope Richard Powell Catherine Poydasheff Senior Class 119 Robert Presley Melissa Price James Pugh Edward Quinn Randy Rager Deborah Raines Cynthia Raznick Jeffrey Reamy Brenard Reiley Frances Rewis Adonica Rexrode Sabrina Reyes ROBERT W. PRESLEY. “Pres” Activities: Senior Honor Society, 2,3,4; Key Club, 3,4; (Sec) Key Club, 3,4; Ski Club, 3,4; Computer Club, 2; Cross Country, 2; Varsity Soccer 3,4; EmVeeHi, 3,4; Symphonic Band, 1. Awards: “K " award for Academic Achievement, 2. MELISSA PRICE. “Mel” Activities: FBLA, 3;4; Beginning Girls Chorus, 2; Mixed Chorus, 2; Select Girls, 3,4. Awards: Chorus, 2,3,4. JAMES WILLIAM PUGH. “Jim " Activities: J.V. Basket¬ ball, 2; Football, 1. EDWARD P. QUINN. “Eddie” Activities: Football, 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2; Class Council, 1,2, 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2; International Thespian; Ski Club; Band, 1; Chess Club; FTA; FICA; Rugby Club. Awards: Varsity Basketball Letter. RANDY NELSON RAGER. “Ragu” Activities: Freshman Football, 1; Freshman Basketball, 1; J.V. Baseball; 1,2; Varsity Football, 2,3,4; Varsity Baseball, 3. Awards: Varsity Baseball Letter, 3; Varsity Football Letter, 2,3,4; Most Valuable Offensive Player—Foot¬ ball . DEBORAH RAINES. “Peppie” Activities: Band, 1,2,3, 4; J.V. Hockey 1; J.V. Basketball, 1; Varsity Basket¬ ball, 2; Manager Basketball, 3; J.V. Softball, 1; Varsity Softball 2,3. CYNTHIA LYNN RAZNICK. “Cindy " Activities: Chorus 1,2; Yearbook 3; Ligh t Crew, 3,4; Spanish Club, 4; FBLA, 4; FTA, 4; Wrestling Manager, 4; Baseball Manager, 4. Awards: Student Teaching, 1. JEFFREY M. REAMY. BERNARD CAMPBEL REILEY. FRANCES LORRAINE REWIS. “Francie” Activities: JV Softball, 2; Concert Band, 1,2; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Marching Band, 1,2,3,4; Modern Music Masters (Historian) 4; Assistant Librarian; Awards: Band Letter, 1,2,3,4; Who’s Who In American High School Bands. ADONICA R. REXRODE. Activities: Freshman Chorus, 1; Beginning Girls Chorus, 1; Select Girls Chorus, 2, Frolics, 2; Concert Choir, 3,4; Mixed Chorus, 4; Student Assistant, 4; Barbershop, 4; Awards: All- Regional, 2,4; All County Chorus, 4; First Place Fleischmann Yeast Menu Planning Contest. SABRINA REYES. " Mickee”. 120 Senior Class Debating ' s Not Mickey Mouse DAVID REYNOLDS. Activities: DECA, 4. LAWRENCE A. RIEDER. BRUCE PATRICK ROBERTS. Activities: Science Club, 3,4; Math Team, 2,3, (Cap¬ tain) 4 . Awards: Honor Roll, 2 , 3 , 4 . RICHARD ROBINSON. Activities: Library Assistant, 4. Awards: National Merit Scholarship Program—Letter of Commendation, 4. ROBERT E. ROBINSON. " Bobby” WILLIAMS. ROBINSON. ROBERT EDWARD ROCK. " Bob” Activities: Varsity Baseball, 3,4; J.V. Baseball, 1,2; Band, 1,2. Awards: Baseball Letter, 3,4; All District Baseball, 3,4; MVP, 2. ERIC ROBERT LEWIS SANDLUND. Activities: Freshman Basketball, 1; JV Basket¬ ball, 2; Freshman Baseball, 1; Newspaper, 1; Choir, 1,4; Key Club, 2,3,4; Latin Club, 3; Ski Club, 3,4; Social Studies Forum, 4; SGA Cabinet, 4. Awards: All Regional Chorus, 4. David Reynolds Lawrence Rieder Bruce Roberts Richard Robinson Robert Robinson Steve Robinson Robert Rock Eric Sandlund Senior Class 121 Hammaker, Perry, And Pope Bring Fame CYNTHIA SAN FILIPPO. “Cindy” Activities: Marching Band, 1,2,3,4; Concert Band, 1,2; Symphonic Band, 2,3,4; Band Head Librian, 3,4; Modern Music Masters, 4; Jr. Honor Society, 2; Sr. Honor Society, 3,4; Awards. Band Letter, 1,2,3,4; Band Most Spirited, 2. GARY J. SCHMITT. ROBERT W. SCHMITT. LAURAS. SCHWARTZ. JULIE C. SCULLY. “Jewel” Activities: Art Club, 1,2,3; Omega Tau Sigma, Delta Chapter, 3,4; Wrestling Manager, 4. JAMES H.SELKREGG. SUSAN ELIZABETH SEMINARE. GERARD PETER SHABE, JR. “Pete” Activities: Drama Club, 2; Tennis Manager, 2; Soccer Manager, 3,4; Photo Club, 4. Awards: Honor Roll, 2,3. Cynthia SanFilippo Gary Schmitt Robert Schmitt Laura Schwartz Julie Scully James Selkregg Susan Seminare Gerard Shabe 122 Senior Class Michelle Shachnow Scott Shafer Roger Shaner Paula Shorten Arden Shutt Barry Signorelli Diana Slater Lester Smith Mark Smith Susan Smith June Smolins Kristian Squires MICHELLE M. SHACHNOW SCOTT ELLSWROTH SHAFER. Activities: J.V. Basketball, 2; Varsity Basketball, 3,4. RODGER LEWIS SHANER. PAULA JEAN SHORTEN. Activities: Spanish Club, 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society, 3,4; TWA Club, 3, (Sec.) 4; Jr. Honor Society, 2; Sr. Honor Society, 2,3,4; Varsity Tennis, 2; Varsity Basketball, 1,3,4; Varsity Softball, 2,3,4; Awards: Most Valuable Softball Player, 1,2,3; Most Outstanding Basketball player, 3; Gunston District All-Star Team, 3; National Merit Commendation Award. ARDEN SHUTT. BARRY MICHAEL SIGNORELLI. Activities: International Thespian Society, 1,2,3,4; Thespian Society Tres. 3 , 4 ; Virginia State Vice-Pres. 3; Virginia State President, 4; Modern Music Masters, 4; Mt. Vernon Stage Lighting Crew, 2, (Assis. Head) 3, (Head) 4; Madrigals, 3,4; Boy’s Barbershop Quartet, 3,4; Awards: 1974-1975 Governor ' s Schoo l for the Gifted; All Regional Chorus, 3,4; All State Chorus, 4; International Thespian Society Troupe 1779; Best Actor, 1,3; Best Thespian, 3; Honor Thespian, 3; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commenda¬ tion, 4. DIANA SLATER. Activities: Girls Track, 1, 2; Bible Club, 1,2,3. LESTER WILLIAM SMITH. " Butch” Activities: Science Club, 2; Audio Assistant, 2; Library Assistant. 3. MARK SMITH. SUSAN YVETTE SMITH. JUNE SMOLINS. KRISTIAN K. SQUIRES. Horsing Around, But With Great Spirit Myla Steelman Cynthia Steller Robert Stenerson Elizabeth Stevens Rebecca Stevens Stephen Stieneker Catharine Stivaletti Jody Stone MYLA ANN STEELMAN. Activities: JV Basketball, 2; Varsity Basketball, 3; Diving Team,.4; Powder Puff Football, 3,4; Fashion Associates, 3. CYNTHIA DALE STELLER. “Fox” Activi¬ ties: VICA, 3,4. ROBERT STENERSON. “Bob” Activities: Football, 1; Basketball, 1, Golf, 1,2; Bowling 1,2,3,4; A.V. Club, 3,4. Awards: School Bowling Tournament. ELIZABETH H. STEVENS. “Lisa” Activities: Ski Club, 1,2,3,4; Class Council, 2,3,4; Sr. Honor Society, 3, (Sgt. At Arms), 4 (His¬ torian); Drill team 3; Social Studies Forum, 4; Tennis Team 4; Tennis Manager, 4; Beginning Girls Chorus, 1; Select Girls, 3; Concert Chorus, 4. REBECCA E. STEVENS. “Becky” Activities: D.E. 4; Bible Club, 1,3,4. STEPHEN STIENEKER. “Steve” Activities: Varsity Soccer, 2,3,4; Diving, 1; Awards: Soccer Letter, 2,3,4; Diving Letter, 1. CATHARINE ANN STIVALETTI. “Cathy” Activities: Softball, 1; Spanish Honor So¬ ciety, 2, (Pres) 3,4; Track Team, 2,3; Sr. Honor Sociey 3,4; Fashion Associates, 4; Awards: Outstanding Spanish Student, 1,2; Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; Outstanding Music Student, 2; Oustanding Student in Geo¬ graphy, 3. JODY STONE. “Jo” Activities: FBLA, 4; FHA 3; JV Gymnastics, 2; COE, 4. DARLENE J. STURGEON. SHIRLEY SULLIVAN. Activities: Track, 1; Young, Gifted, and Black 1,2; Third World, 4. MELINDA SUE SUMMERS. Activities: FBLA, 2,3,4; Senior Honor Society, 3,4; Awards: Honor Roll, 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society, 3,4. SHERRI KAYE SUTTON. Activities: FBLA, 3; Flag Corps, 3; ICT, 4. WILLIAM ANTHONY SWEEDE. “Bill” Activ¬ ities: Spanish Club, 2,4. FREDERICK BRISTER TAGG III. “Rick " Activities: Newspaper, 3; Back Packing Club, Awards: Letter of Commendation National Merit Scholarship, 4. ROBERT ERIC TAYLOR. " CC” Activities: JV Track, 1; Jr. Honor Society, 2; German Club, 1,2; JV Tennis, 1; Varsity Tennis, 2,3,4; Awards: Varsity Tennis Letter, 2,3,4. HOWARD E.TEFFT. DEBORAH LYNNE TERRY. “Debbie” Activ¬ ities: Jr. Honor Society, 2; Sr. Honor So¬ ciety, 3,4; Bible Club, 2,3,4; Spanish Club, 3, (Sec Tres) 4; Spanish Honor Society, 3,4; Beginning Girls Chorus, 1; Select Girls Chorus, 2; Concert Choir, 3,4; Madrigals, 4. Awards: All Regional Chorus 1; National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist, 4. LUKE L. THAYER IV. “Sandy” Activities: Freshman Football, 1; Varsity Football, 2,3; Varsity Baseball, 1,3,4; Spanish Club, 2; VICA Club, 4. Awards: Baseball Letter and Bar, 1,3,4; Football Letter and Bar, 2,3. BRANDT A. THOMAS. Activities: Varsity Gymnastics, 1; JV and Varsity Wrestling 3; Awards: Wrestling Letter, 3. KRISTEN LEE THOMAS. Activities: Keyettes, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4. Darlene Sturgeon Shirley Sullivan Melinda Summers Sherri Sutton William Sweede Frederick Tagg Robert Taylor Howard Tefft Deborah Terry Luke Thayer Brandt Thomas Kristen Thomas Senior Class 125 David Thompson James Thompson Patrick Thompson Paul Thompson DAVID R. THOMPSON. JAMES H. THOMPSON. PATRICK THOMPSON. Activities: Auto Me¬ chanics, 2,3; Data Processing, 4. PAUL THOMPSON. “Aero Smith” Activities: surfing, 1,2,3; Basketball, 1,2; Awards: San Diego High School Surfing Champion 1. JOYT. THORNTON. MARY ELIZABETH THORNTON. “Mary Beth” Activities: FBLA 2,3,4; Drill Team, 4; Base¬ ball Manager, 4; Chorus, 2. Awards: Honor Roll. CATHERINE IRENE THORPE. Activities: FBLA 3; Girls Track, 1; Swim Team, 1,2,3; Awards: Varsity Swim Team Letter, 1. SANDRA JEAN THREATT. “Sandy” Activities: Basketball Team, 1,2; Volleyball. CHARLES F. TIBBS. GRACE YVONNETINNEY. GARY WAYNE TRACY. SUSAN E. TREUER. " Zip” Activities: German Club, 1; Newspaper Reporter, 1; Lab Assistant, 3; Spanish Class Representa¬ tive, 4. Awards: School Newspaper Award. THOMAS WAYNE TRIPLETT. ALISON JOANNE TURNER. Activities: Gym¬ nastics, 1,2; FBLA, 3 (Vice. Pres) 4; COE 4. JOHN W. TURNER. Activities: Spanish, 1. KATHRYN L. VANDYKE. JACKIE VAN HOOK. Activities: DECA, 3,4; Fashion Associates, 3,4. SUSAN JEAN VAN HOOK. “Susie”. WILLIAM HOWARD VIGEN. “Pig”, Activities: Band, 1; Varsity Football, 4; Rugby 2,3,4; Key Club, 3,4. LINDA VOGEL. ”Vogi” Activities: DE 3,4. JIMMY WALDRON. “Pillsberry” Activities: Photography Club, 3,4; Library Worker, 1,2,3. RONALD W. WALDROP. “Ronnie” Activities: Spanish Club, 1; Freshman Football Man¬ ager, 1; Winter Track Mgr. 1; Spring Track Mgr. 1; Ski Club, 3,4; VICA, 4; Awards: Winter and Spring Varsity Track Manager Letter. Joy Thornton Mary Thornton Catherine Thorpe Sandra Threatt Charles Tibbs Grace Tinney Gary Tracy Susan Treuer 126 Senior Class Thomas Triplett Allison Turner John Turner Kathryn Vandyke Jacqurline Vanhook Susan Vanhook William Vigen Linda Vogel Jimmy Waldron Ronnie Waldrop Senior Class 127 Here Physically, Away Mentally Amanda Walker Eleanor Wallace Brian Walsh Rebecca Walter Keith Walters Forrest Walton Penny Ward Kathleen Wardinski 128 Senior Class Glenn Warner Julie Warrick Charles Watts Phillip Weathers Timothy Weaver Donald Webster John Whitmer Robert Wheeler Susan Whipps John Wickham Christian Wiess Roscoe Williamson AMANDA WALKER. “Mandy " Activities: Band, 1,2,3,4; Marching Majors, 2,3,4; Powder Puff Football, 3,4; Track, 3,4; Bas¬ ketball Manager, 3. Awards: Band Letter 2,3,4; Track Letter, 3,4; Basketball Man¬ agers Letter, 3. ELEANOR BRAY WALLACE. Activities: Hall Monitor; Drill Team, 1; Student Council 1,2,3; Reading Room, 3; FBLA, 4; Softball, 1. BRIAN N. WALSH. REBECCA SUE WALTER. “Becky” Activities: Frolics 2; Thespian Production, 3; Chairman Choral Council 4; Spanish Club, 1; Beginning Girls, 1; Select Girls Chorus, 2; Concert Choir, 3,4. Awards: Chorus, 1,2,3,4. KEITH WALTERS. “Cowboy” Activities: SAC 3,4; VICA, (Vice. Pres) 1,2. FORREST LYNN WALTON. PENNY WARD. Activities: Thespian Society, 2,3,4 (Pres.); Spanish Honor Society 3,4 (Tres.); Spanish Club, 3,4 (Historian, Sgt. At Arms); Literary Magazine, 3; Yearbook Staff, 2; Jr. Honor Society, 1; Sr. Honor Society 3,4; Bent Heads, 3. Awards: National Merit Commendation 1975, Best Backstage Worker, 1975; Madrigals, 4; All County Chorus, 4; All Regional Chorus, 4. KATHLEEN ANNE WARDINSKI. “Ski” Activi¬ ties: FTA 3,4 (Sec Tres); Sr. Honor Society, 4; New Student Welcoming Committee, 1. GLENN A. WARNER, JR. JULIE WARRICK. Activities: Marching Band, 1,2,3; Concert Band, 1,2; Spanish Club, 2; Symphonic Band, 3; DECA (2nd Vic. Pres.), 4; Awards: Band Letter and Bar, 1,2,3. CHARLES PHILLIP WATTS. " Phillip” Activi¬ ties: Basketball, 1; Awards: National Merit Scholarship Commendation, 4; Honor Roll, 4. PHILLIPWEATHERS. TIMOTHY WEAVER. “Tim” Activities: JV Spring Track, 2; Cross Country, 3; Varsity Winter Track 3,4; Varsity Spring Track, 3; Photo Arts Club, (Vice Pres) 4; Video Club, 4; EMVEEHI Sports Ed. and Photographer, 4; Awards: Varsity Letter Winter Track, 3. DONALD LEE WEBSTER. JOHN EDWARD WHITMER. ROBERT WHEELER. “Doctor Bob” Activities: VICA 3; Yearbook Staff, 4; Jr. Honor Society; Ski Club 3; Track and Field, 1; Basketball Mgr., 4. SUSAN WHIPPS. Activities: French Club, 2, (Sec. Tres.) 3, (Pres.) 4; FHA, 3; FTA, 3,4; Keyettes, 4. JOHN ADAMS WICKHAM. “Igore” Activities: JV Football, 2; Freshman Football, 1; JV Spring Track, 1,2; Varsity Winter Track, 3,4; Varsity Spring Track, 3,4; Key Club, 2,3,4; Ski Club, 2,3,4; Communications Representative, 3,4; Senator, 4; German Club, 3. Awards: Gunston District Leader¬ ship Conference, 3. CHRISTIAN WIESS. “Chris” Activities: Basketball 1,2. ROSCOE TERRY WILLIAMSON. Senior Class 129 Nigel Willis Robert Winn Diane Wirth Barbara Wood Richard Wood Yvonne Wood James Wright Sheila Wyatt Rea Wynder NOT PICTURED KATHRINE M. ALEXANDER. GARYK. MARTELLI. CHARLES B. ANDERSON. JOANNE MARTIN. MARY J. ARKWRIGHT. davids. McCarthy. JEFFREYJ.BARTLETT. LINDA C.MERCER-DALY. SUSAN E. BEASLEY. VIEN ANH KHOA NGUYEN. GREGORY BROWN. DAVID E. POST. ANN M. BYRNE. RUSSELREGESTER. MARY JANE FAULCONER. VIRGINIA M. RICHARDSON JULIE ANN HARBOUR LISA ROLLINS. MICHAEL B. HICKS. MONA C. SETTLE. RONALD D. JONES. DALEWALDMAN. RONNI L. KOLPACK. ELLEN P.WEINSTOCK. ERICB. LAWRENCE. GEORGE G. WILLIAMS KATHLEEN F. LIWOSZ. CONNI E E. YOUNG. EDWARD H. MAJESKY. PAUL E. ZEDALIS. 130 Senior Class James Young Aretula Yuvannidis Margaret Zaice NIGEL ERIC WILLIS. Activities: Class Coun¬ cil, 2,3,4; JV Soccer, 3; Rugby 3,4; Social Studies Forum, 4; Lighting Crew, 4; Varsity Wrestling, 4; Horticulture Club, 4. ROBERT H. WINN. DIANE WIRTH. Activities: COE, 4. BARBARA JANE WOOD. Activities: Spanish Club, 1; German Club, 1,2; Jr. Honor So¬ ciety, 1,2; Science Club, 1,2; Hiking Club, 2; Jr. Class Yearbook Editor, 3; Flag Corp 3; (Sgt. At Arms) 4; Senior Honor Society, 4; Yearbook Editor, 4. Awards: Varsity Letter, 4; Who’s Who Among American Band Students, 4. RICHARD WOOD. YVONNE CREEKMORE WOOD. “Goober " Activities: Drill Team, 3; Powder Puff Football, 3,4; Homecoming Float, 2; FBLA, 3,4; JV Gymnastics, 2; Drama, 1,2,3; COE 4; Thespian Production, 2. JAMES W. WRIGHT. “Jim " Activities: Freshman Baseball, 1; JV Baseball, 2; JV Football, 2; Varsity Football, 4. Awards: Steve Klick Memorial Award—Football. SHEILA M. WYATT. Activities: Powder PUff football, 3,4. REA A. WYNDER. JAMES YOUNG. “Jim” Activities: Soccer, 2; Rugby, 4; Social Studies Forum, 4; Award: American Legion Boy’s State Representative. ARETULA YUVANNIDIS. “Irene " Activities: Fashion Merchandising; Career Center Asistant. MARGARET ZAICE. Activities: Class Council, 1,2, (Vice. Pres) 3; Keyettes, 3, (Vice Pres.) 4; EMVEEHI, 3,4. JOSEPH J. ZELLOE I. " Joe” Activities: Spanish Club, 1,2. RICHARD E.ZOLLNER, JR. Joseph Zelloe Richard Zollner Senior Class 131 SPORTS . . A • t Quarterback Tom Childers sets the line and calls the signals against Fairfax. A Frustrating Year For The Majors The Mount Vernon Majors displayed a heroic effort this season, but alas luck was not with them. The team ended up with a final record of 0-9-1. The Majors played some of the better teams in Northern Virginia and did reasonably well. Despite final scores, the Majors displayed some good individual effort such as: Randy Rager’s rushing, Allen Hobbs’s outstanding defense, and excellent defensive per¬ formances from Jeff Perry and Chris Clubb. Ross Morres, a junior, also show promis¬ ing hope for the future as quarterback for next year. Both Jeff Perry and Allen Hobbs were named to the All Gunston District defensive team. Kicking off for the Majors is Gary Etherington. 134 Sports HUH _ tmi n iitt K T m w .■ . . 1 n 1 11 r.L ' it- i -I ■.T- 3 UrH ff | M .2 j. | I® . i ' vm + % -.m JmU 1st ROW: Joe Daniels, Chuck Dietzel, Phil Weathers, Steve Bracken, Bill Vigen, Brad Dunmire, Tim Ogilvee, Pete Noble, Cliff Wright, Gary Etherington, Mike Brown, Kelvin Jennings; 2nd ROW: Bobby Martelli, Roger Newcamp, Dan Hulshizer, Mark Kinkella, Dan Dewispelaere, Mark Danieli, Jim Stewart, David Spann, Rocky Butler, John Daoulas, Bill Diggs, Dale Jones; 3rd ROW: Jim Wright, Tim Harnden, Ed Easton, Bryan Perry, Mark Nillsson, Ross Morres, Darrin Hubbell, Jim Pugh, Bill Bryan, Jeff Morningstar, Gary Martelli, Allen Hobbs; 4th ROW: Corie Hale, Jim Griffin, Tom Childers, Randy Slack, Jim Williams, Lee Colburn, Chris Daoulas, Randy Rager, Gary Simpson, John Dunaway, Barney Reilly, David Harrawood; 5th ROW: Kim Gatlin (mgr.), Pilar Carpenter (mgr.), Brian Conlin, Ron Higgins, Norman Litwack, Chriss Clubb, Jim Bona (mgr.), Jeff Faucette (mgr.), Bill Childers (mgr.) All eyes are on Randy Rager as he gets set to return a punt. » M.V. 6 T.C. Williams 27 M.V. 6 Fairfax 18 M.V. 0 Hayfield 0 M.V. 6 Yorktown 33 M.V. 6 R. E. Lee 10 M.V. 8 Ft. Hunt 44 M.V. 12 Edison 29 M.V. 23 Jefferson 28 M.V. 0 Oakton 12 M.V. 7 Groveton 20 The Majors ' " Juice” (Phil Weathers) is on the loose. Chuck Dietzel and Tim Harnden are absorbed with the action Steve Bracken, a powerful " sparkplug” for the Majors, breaks through for some on the field. Below: The brunt of the Majors ' defense is felt tough yardage, by T. C. Williams. 136 Sports The Majors Look To The Future This year’s team was rel¬ atively inexperienced. Al¬ though there were 22 seniors on the team, only 10 of them had previous varsity exper¬ ience. So all together, on a squad of 45 players, only 12 were returningfrom last year’s varsity. There were also 19 juniors, three sophomores and one freshman. With the combination of returning veteran players and this year’s promising Freshmen and J.V. players, Mount Vernon’s fu¬ ture looks bright. Ross Morres doesn’t look too thrilled with having the ball. AT RIGHT: The Majors ' de¬ fense pursues the opponent as John Daoulas demonstrates. Sports 137 The rising maroon tide of our younger players is likely to help Mount Vernon over its present low ebb in football fortunes. Junior Varsity and Freshman teams both won Gunston District champion¬ ships and Frosh total record was even second best in Northern Virginia. Our J.V., which was an all-sophomore team this year, lost only one game and tied one. J.V. running back Matt Mathes hauls in Bill Baird ' s pass for a long gain. The gameplan seems to be working and J.V. coach Mike Foglio gives some additional pointers. J.V. Football: FIRST ROW: (captains) T. Eller, B. Keeler. SECOND ROW: W. Hoffman, A. Shingler, P. Grayson, R. Parchinski, P. Luc- carelli, R. Newcamp, P. Kenney, C. Daoulas, M. Mathes, P. Hill, B. Scott, T. Cecci, S. Townsend. THIRD ROW: J. Sable, C. Lee, M. Peterman, J. Carleton, B. Jackson, M. Burke, B. Kolb, B. Deavers, P. Godfrey, K. Zepka, J. Rager. FOURTH ROW: B. Baird, E. Ryan, J. Pershing, B. McCormack, A. Robin¬ son, B. Heiney, E. Berryman, M. Quinlan. FIFTH ROW: Coach Taylor, B. Childers, Coach Foglio. J.V. And Freshmen Take District J.V. FOOTBALL 1975 Mt.V. 13 Groveton 12 Mt.V. 20 Jefferson 16 Mt.V. 18 Lee 6 Mt.V. 6 Fort Hunt 6 Mt.V. 19 Edison 8 Mt.V. 35 W. Springfield 2 Mt.V. 6 George Washington 13 Mt.V. 20 Hayfield 0 GUNSTON DISTRICT CHAMPS FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 1975 Mt.V. 34 Groveton 0 Mt.V. 24 Jefferson 8 Mt.V. 22 Lee 0 Mt.V. 0 Fort Hunt 7 Mt.V. 38 Edison 0 Mt.V. 6 W. Springfield 6 GUNSTON DISTRICT CHAMPS Scott Swanson kicks off for the Freshman team and Brent Cloud races downfield. Freshman Football: FIRST ROW: (captains) S. Zepka, J. Bass. SECOND ROW: M. Murphy, A. Walker, B. Cloud, S. Swanson, C. Mitchell, R. Painter, G. Spann, M. Smith. THIRD ROW: D. Tingler, M. O ' Conner, J. Antonioni, R. Watts, J. Harnden, M. Pope, P. Cutting, M. Moser, K. Rappuchi, M. Quigley. FOURTH ROW: B. Lundmark, D. Williams, E. Thayer, T. Snapp, M. Rowland, P Martelli, B. Cana- day, D. McKnight, S. Lymore, D. Tinnin, C. Argo. FIFTH ROW: V. Batistas, B. Turner, C. Burnette, J. Burke, M. Turner, B. Demers, A. Rush, R. Colligure, M. Mahaffey, S. Roe- scher, T. Denton, D. Gallagher, J. Conley, J. Faucette. Young Team Builds For The Future Varsity Cross Country: E. Gerow, B. Schmidt, D. Tongue, B. Phillips, F. Gerow, D. Johnson, J. Boinest. Frank Gerow and Deke Johnson discuss the team ' s strategy for the meet. First Place Second Place Groveton 71 Mt. V. 48 Hayfield 59 Mt. V. 32 Mt. V. 54 L. Braddock 50 Jefferson 60 Mt. V. 35 140 Sports J m v, wm S P ass L mm ■MB— — r 1 1 „ J.V. Cross Country: T. Baird, B. Schuette, P. Hightower, F. Villagran, D. Schuck, D. Wheeler. This year Mt. Vernon had a young cross country team with only two returning letter- men, senior Bob Schmidt, and junior, Brent Phillips. Along with scheduled team meets, the team participated in Invitational meets. At the William and Mary Invitational the J.V. team placed third with Jim Boinest in second First Place Second Place Hayfield 55 Mt. V. 51 Mt. V. 48 Woodson 43 Jefferson 65 Mt. V. 46 Springfield 83 Mt. V. 26 Groveton 80 Mt. V. 36 place, Don Tongue in seventh, and Deke Johnson in tenth. At the Georgetown Invita¬ tional, Frank Gerow placed fifteenth for the varsity, Deke Johnson sixth and Jim Boi¬ nest seventh for the J.V. The varsity cross country team captured a big second place in the Gunston District with Bob Schmidt coming in tenth, Deke Johnson eleventh, Frank Gerow twelfth, Jim Boinest thirteenth, and Brent Phillips fourteenth. The J.V. cross country team consisted entirely of freshmen who showed great promise for the varsity team in future years. Undefeated Girls ' Tennis Team Captures Gunston District Varsity Girls ' Tennis: FIRST ROW: V. Williams, P. O ' Neil, P. MacDougall, K. Vonier, L. Linden, S. Sharon. SECOND ROW: M. Moreano, S. Shrage, M. Schmidt, S. Lovegren, S. Lovegren. Hayfield 0 Mt. V. 9 Groveton 0 Mt. V. 9 Edison 0 Mt. V. 9 Jefferson 2 Mt. V. 7 Lee 4 Mt. V. 5 Hayfield 0 Mt. V. 9 Groveton 3 Mt. V. 6 Edison 2 Mt. V. 7 Jefferson 1 Mt. V. 8 Lee 2 Mt. V. 7 The Girls’ Varsity Tennis team captured the Gunston District Title this year after their undefeated season of 10-0. The girls were lead to victory by the Singles Players, Vicky Williams, Paige O’Neil, Pat MacDougall, Karen Vonier, Lisa Linden, Sue Sharon, and the Doubles Teams, Vicky Wil¬ liams and Pat MacDougall, Paige O ' Neil and Karen Vonier, Sally and Sue Lovegren. The team participated in the Gunston District Tournaments and did quite well. Mt. Vernon was represented in the Re¬ gional Tournaments by the Singles player, Vicky Wil¬ liams, the Doubles Teams of Vicky Williams and Pat Mac¬ Dougall; Paige O’Neil and Karen Vonier. The J.V. ' s, A Promising Addition To Tennis Teams W. Springfield 6 Mt. V. 2 | Hayfield 0 Mt. V. 3 Lee 3 Mt. V. 1 Jefferson 2 Mt. V. 2 Hayfield 0 Mt. V. 5 Edison 2 Mt. V. 1 Groveton 0 Mt. V. 4 Jefferson 1 Mt. V. 2 Edison 1 Mt. V. 1 Lee 0 Mt. V. 2 Groveton 0 Mt. V. J.V. Girls ' Tennis: FIRST ROW: J. Lovegren, S. Varney, S. Shrage, J. Hansell, I. Verhoeff. SECOND ROW: C. Sweate, C. Quigley, M. Schmidt, M. Moreano, J. Knudson. Girls ' Varsity Tennis Team receives First Place trophey in Gunston District ifli a Hockey Has Ups ... And Downs Mt. V. 1 L.Braddock 0 Mt. V. 3 Springfield 1 Mt. V. 0 Marshall 2 Mt. V. 3 Groveton 1 Mt. V. 3 Edison 1 Mt. V. 0 Hayfield 0 Mt. V. 1 Jefferson 5 Mt. V. 0 Lee 0 ®t§ THIRD ROW- K°lmhnff F, r R0 , W M M , Sh r ? rr - SE ? 0N P f 0W: S “ « " • A - Mitef ■ J- Lefler. J. Anderson, K. Anderton. D. Waldman, THIRD ROW, K. Imhoff, S. Carr, L. McGrath, S. Coleman, Coach Fairbanks, V. Davis, L. Beaty, B. Super, C. Brahn. 144 Sports The varsity field hockey team had a final record of 4-2-0. The leading scorer for the team was a senior, Chris Brahn, with a total of five goals for the season. Other team scorers were: Mary Jo Shine, Karen Imhoff, and Dale Waldman, all scoring two goals each. The girls had good competition this year. But with a lot of hard work and practice, along with the help of Coach Fairbanks, the girls had a very successful season. The J.V. field hockey team had a disappointing season this year but they were a hard working team who never gave up. Mt. V. 0 L. Braddock 4 Mt. V. 0 Springfield 1 Mt. V. 0 Marshall 1 Mt. V. 0 Groveton 1 Mt. V. 0 Edison 2 Mt. V. 0 Hayfield 1 Mt. V. 0 Jefferson 2 Mt. V. 0 Lee 1 J.V. Field Hockey: FIRST ROW: H. Hollowell, C. Robinson. SECOND ROW: B. Carr, B. Schmidt, M. Shine, J. Lefler. THIRD ROW: N. Kopf, P. Clark, C. Damico, A. Vallid. FOURTH ROW: B. Schuette, S. Stoffel, Coach Madre, L. Brown, A. Schmidt. WRESTLING TERRITORY Varsity Wrestling: SITTING: Managers: C. Raznick and M. Gerow. KNEELING: M. Crytzer, J. Paxton (co-captain) M Godfrey (captain) G Boyn Coach Kerlin C ° aCh Taylor ' N Litwack ' C Clubb ' G ’ G™sback, N. Wilis, B. B. Captains Mark Godfrey and John Paxton. Godfrey’s struggling opponent is kept on his back while Mark tries for a pin. 146 Wrestling The Mt. Vernon Wrestm ig team finished their season by defeating Groveton, giving them a final record of 5-7. The team, along with regular dual meets, participated in the Falls Church Christmas Tournaments. From Mt. Ver¬ non there were four wrestlers who placed in their weight class: Mark Godfrey at 119, first; Glenn Sherman at 112, second place; Mike Crytzer at 132, second; Ed Gerow at 98, third. In the Gunston District Tournaments nine wrestlers from Mt. Vernon placed: Mark Godfrey and Sean Flattery, first; Ed Gerow, Glenn Sher¬ man, and Mike Crytzer, sec¬ ond place; John Paxton and Chris Clubb, third; Blake Pur¬ cell and Norman Litwack, fourth. During the Regional Tournaments, Sean Flattery was the Champion in the 138 weight class; Glenn Sherman, Mike Crytzer, and Mark God¬ frey all placed third in their weight class. Wakefield 25 Mt. V. 35 Oakton 18 Mt. V. 30 Springfield 14 Mt. V. 37 Ft. Hunt 29 Mt. V. 21 Annandale 39 Mt. V. 13 Hayfield 24 Mt. V. 27 Garfield 21 Mt. V. 30 Edison 33 Mt. V. 15 Lee 36 Mt. V. 19 Madison 14 Mt. V. 34 Jefferson 16 Mt. V. 31 Groveton 44 Mt. V. 0 The team looks on as their teammates wrestle. John Paxton tries moving in on his opponent for the two point takedown. M.V. Grapplers Do Their Thing Mike Crytzer rolls him over on his back, trying to pin his shoulders to the mat. Crytzer wins again. Bill Boyne shows complete control and Sean Flattery really ties up his man. Gerow scrambles for position against his opponent. Vehemently, Sherman opposes attempts of escape by his opponent. Hulshizer earns two points for a reversal while Coach Kerlin instructs. J.V. Muscle Power J.V. Wrestling: FIRST ROW: T. Scandling, P. Godfrey, K. Jennings, C. Miles, P. Sebreny, B. Sherman, P. Schmidt, M. Crabbe. SEC¬ OND ROW: Coach Taylor, C. Daoulas, W. Blanding, J. Dunaway, M. Smith, B. Baird, J. Bass A. Scott, D. Hulshizer, B. Scully, R. Poydasheff, Coach Kerlin. Mt. V. 30 Wakefield 21 Mt. V. 32 Oakton 20 Mt. V. 19 Springfield 24 Mt. V. 61 Ft. Hunt 4 Mt. V. 34 Annandale 24 Mt. V. 33 Hayfield 17 Mt. V. 20 Garfield 39 Mt. V. 56 Edison 11 Mt.,V. 47 Lee 14 Mt. V. 19 Madison 32 Mt. V. 22 Jefferson 32 Mt. V. 59 Groveton 5 The Mt. Vernon J.V. Wrestling Team finished a very successful season and final record of 8-4. The J.V. and freshman wrestling teams participated in the Dis¬ trict Tournaments which were held at the close of the regular season. Outstanding J.V. wres¬ tler was Peter Godfrey who won first place in the 132 weight pound class. Other outstanding J.V. wrestlers were Tim Scand¬ ling, Kenny Jennings, and Greg Gransback who each placed second in their weight class. John Dunaway had the quickest J.V. pin in only twenty-three seconds. Freshmen Alan Rush and Joe Bass each placed first in their weight class. There goes Tim Scandling with the old sit-out, turn-in, win with a pin trick. HBss m J. Mt. V. 89 Jefferson 0 Mt. V. 24 Lee 30 Mt. V. 24 Hayfield 30 Mt. V. 19 Edison 26 Mt. V. 26 Groveton 9 J.V. wrestler, Peter Godfrey, walks off the mat with another victory. Freshman, Brian Sherman, gets behind his man and moves in for the two point takedown to help the team to victory. Freshman Wrestling: FIRST ROW: B. Nourse, C. Miles, R. Poydasheff, P. Sebreny, M. Crabbe, B. Sherman, T. B aird, P. Schmidt. STANDING: Coach Taylor, T. Turner, M. Lundmark, M. Smith, J. Bass, A. Rush, J. Leary, J. Scully, Coach Kerlin. Basketball ' s Best Season High School All-American Atlee Hammacker shoots his patented jump shot, while jump¬ ing high with a one handed shot is Mount Vernon’s other All-American, Allen Hobbs. The Mount Vernon Varsity Basketball team, under the direction of coach Gordon Hill, completed their best season ever with a record of 19 wins and 2 losses. The only defeats for the Majors came from Groveton and T.C. Williams in games that were “down to the wire’’ and nail- biting thrillers. The Majors were led by High School All-Americans At¬ lee Hammacker and Allen Hobbs . The deadly shooting of Barney Reiley and the super defense of Billy Pope was complementary. As with any winning team, all mem¬ bers are important. Beginning last season, coach Hill has been work¬ ing toward this year’s suc¬ cess. The team was fortunate enough to have six veteran players returning from last year’s squad. 152 Basketball KNEELING: B. Pope (Captain) STANDING: R. Wheeler (mgr.), J. McGuire, S. Shafer, A. Hobbs, A. Hammacker, B. Reiley, R. Ciccone, C. Hale, B. Foster, S. Marx, R. Manuel, R. Diggs Executing a perfect jumper is Barney Reiley, while Atlee Ham¬ macker leaps high to control the tap for Mount Vernon. Basketball 153 wane Mt. V. 83 Herndon 63 Mt. V. 70 T.C. Williams 72 Mt. V. 62 W. Springfield 57 Mt. V. 98 Fort Hunt 62 Mt. V. 62 L. Braddock 60 Mt. V. 96 Madison 69 Mt. V. 70 Chantilly 58 Mt. V. 70 Hayfield 40 Mt. V. 55 Groveton 50 Mt. V. 68 Hayfield 55 Mt. V. 63 Edison 56 Mt. V. 70 Jefferson 61 Mt. V. 88 Yorktown 58 Mt. V. 88 Fairfax 75 Mt. V. 71 Lee 66 Mt. V. 87 Chantilly 75 Mt. V. 67 Groveton 71 Mt. V. 83 Hayfield 51 Mt. V. 81 Edison 65 Mt. V. 69 Jefferson 56 Mt. V. 91 Lee 66 That ' s two for Atlee Hammacker as he scores on an easy layup against T.C. Wil¬ liams. Concentrating completely on his free throw, Allen Hobbs watches the ball on its way to the basket. When the shot goes up, everyone converges under the basket. 154 Basketball J.V s Ron Botts Battles For 8-10 Season Mt.V. 52 Herndon 60 Mt. V. 72 Hammond 89 Mt. V. 70 W. Springfield 74 Mt.V. 84 Fort Hunt 83 Mt.V. 51 L. Braddock 46 Mt.V. 72 Groveton 66 Mt. V. 60 Hayfield 45 Mt. V. 37 Edison 56 Mt. V. 51 Jefferson 75 Mt. V. 62 Yorktown 69 Mt. V. 49 Fairfax 58 Mt. V. 55 Lee 53 Mt.V. 64 Chantilly 73 Mt. V. 67 Groveton 61 Mt. V. 57 Hayfield 59 Mt. V. 48 Edison 70 Mt. V. 64 Jefferson 63 Mt.V. 62 Lee 58 KNEELING: K Zepka (Captain) STANDING: Coach Sparling, S. Thompson, D. Plyler, D. Kahn, D. Bannister, R. Rice, B. Lynch, K. Grabbi, M. Harris, R. Botts, J. Dela- Concepcion, M. Manuel, T. Reider, M. Johnson. Stretching for control of the tap is Ron Botts, while Dan Plyler passes the ball around his defender. Kevin Zepka passes the ball inbounds to Tom Reider. Ron Botts moves underneath the basket as Richard Rice goes up for the rebound. With the Majors down 45 to 49, Richard Rice drives in for a shot. The Mount Vernon J.V. Bas¬ ketball team, under the direc¬ tion of coach Jim Sparling, finished the season with a respectable record of 8 wins, 10 losses. The team tied for second place with Jefferson in district standings. Leading the team were Ron Botts, Kevin Zepka, and Dan Plyler. The remainder of the team contributed their spe¬ cial efforts to a successful season. Coach Crowley’s Freshman Basketball team ended its season with an excellent rec¬ ord of 12 wins, 3 losses. Tim¬ my McDonald served the team as captain. Freshman Record: 12-3 156 Basketball KNEELING: T. McDonald (Captain) STAND¬ ING: M. Pope, P. Kelly, P. Hawkins, S. Swanson, G. Efthemus, D. Wainwright, D. Williams, S. Zepka, D. Askew, N. Ackerson, B. Allen, B. Sturman, J. Brown, G. Wright A Games Mt. V. 59 Groveton 48 Mt. V. 67 Jefferson 69 Mt. V. 64 Edison 38 Mt. V. 80 Hayfield 64 Mt. V. 71 Lee 72 Mt. V. 59 Groveton 56 Mt. V. 75 Hayfield 66 Mt. V. 77 Edison 49 Mt. V. 74 Jefferson 60 Mt. V. 67 Groveton 61 Mt. V. 76 Lee 48 Mt. V. 74 Hayfield 71 Mt. V. 80 Edison 43 Mt. V. 67 Jefferson 74 Mt. V. 66 Lee 61 B Games Mt. V. 39 Jefferson 42 Mt. V. 53 Lee 40 Mt. V. 53 Hayfield 24 Mt. V. 71 Edison 24 Mt. V. 43 Groveton 46 Mt. V. 31 Hayfield 30 Mt. V. 59 Edison 43 Mt. V. 41 Lee 38 On the jump ball, everyone seems to be hypnotized. Taking a shot in a crowd of Tigers is Scott Swanson. Timmy McDonald plays tough defense against the inbounds pass. With the Majors leading 26 to 25, Greg Efthemus calmly shoots his free throw. Swim Team Places Second The M.V. Swim Team, coached by Ken Gaudreault, washed up a seasonal record of (4-2) to place second in Gunston District swimming. The Majors were led by cap¬ tain’s Ross Morse (Jr.) and Kim Poland (Sr.). Other mem¬ bers of the team who were outstanding in their events were: Suzanne Lally, Barb Boinest, Cheryl Light, Ross Morse, Jim Griffin and Trent Light. The divers were led by Jeb Boyce and Susan Winslow who proved to be the best in diving competition. Over all, the efforts of the whole team brought about the needed victories to become a power¬ ful team in the Gunston District. “Did I hear you say SHARKS?”, says Mark Winslow? Mr. ”G.” watchingfor improved swimmers while chewing on his whistle. 158 Swim Team T V ;---! L ROW 1: B. Foster, T. Foster, P. Flattery, L. Phillips, I. Verhoff, K. Guttenburg, M. Poland. ROW 2: M. Reed, C. Mac Elhaney, M. Argo, D. Waldon, P. Carpenter, K. Whittshiebe, M. Fisher, E. Boniest, B. Boniest, ROW 3: C. Myers, P. Mijka, N. Shlesinger, C. Argo, D. McNight, C. Allison, B. Croom, D. Mac Elhaney, ROW 4: D. Wells, B. Forester, J. Cormanic, J. Boyce, G. Jones, J. Griffin, M. Cormanic, R. Morse, M. Winslow, T. Light, B. Perry, J. Mijka, T. Snapp. Trackers Keep On Burning i Winter Track: FIRST ROW: D. Wheeler, M. Mathes, G. Lewis, G. Stover, D. Johnson, C. Wright, M. Brown, C. Dietzel. SECOND ROW: F. Villagram, L. Pollard, F. Gerow, T. Weaver, C. Mitchell, A. Shingler, M. Danielli, J. Wickham, D. Tongue, D. Mercado, A. Walker. THIRD ROW: C. Vest, B. Schuette, P. Hightower, B. Phillips, E. Easton, D. Dewispeleare, B. Kolb, P. McGrath, Z. Blanding, S. VanDyke. Mt. V. 67 Annandale 39 j Mt. V. 78 Hayfield 32 Mt. V. 63 W. Springfield 45 V 2 j Mt. V. 55 Robinson 54 Mt. V. 38 Edison 72 The Mt. Vernon Winter Track team worked hard all season and captured, for its third year in a row, second place in the Gunston District. Mt. Vernon’s Brett Eppert set three meet records and took three first places in the long jump, high jump, and triple jump. Mike Brown placed first in the 50 yard dash and fourth in the 300 while George Lewis placed third in the triple jump. Mt. Vernon went on to tie for second place in the Regional Tournaments. Brett Eppert long jumped 21’! " , high jumped 67”, and triple jumped 45’1” to collect his three first place finishes. 160 TracK I l Poise And Balance Is What It Takes Mt. V. 103 Groveton 52 Mt. V. 83 Edison 71 Mt. V. 52 Jefferson 103 Mt. V. 79 Lee 76 Mt. V. 75 Hayfield 81 Sherri Duckworth tiptoes gracefully step by step across the balance beam. Germaine Simpson points her toes and concentrates on her next step. J Mt ' U iH i 111 11 4«k m l kil WL M M p jM f| aUBtJ cHN Varsity Girls Gymnastics: FIRST ROW: S. Duckworth, J. Lefler. SECOND ROW: G Thorton M Boster, L. May, H. Johnson. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Boster, B. Nelson, J. Vollmer C Harrison L Nichols. FOURTH ROW: B. Schmidt, C. Burke, G. Simpson. Leila Nichols picks up speed for her next move. Ginger Thorton gracefully displays her talent on the balance beam. The Girls Gymnastic team took a big second place in the Gunston District Tournaments. From Mt. Ver¬ non, six girls placed in the Tourn¬ aments. In the all-around event Sherry Duckworth placed second; balance beam, Billy Schmidt tenth; uneven parallel bars, Sherry Duckworth fifth, Lori May sixth; vault, Lori May third; floor exercise, Britt Nelson fourth, Sherry Duckworth fifth, Leila Nichols seventh, Germaine Simpson eighth. J.V. Girls Gymnastics: FIRST ROW: L. Montavon. SECOND ROW: T. Schumm, A. Danforth, M. Peabody, B. Wilding. THIRD ROW: T. Ciccone, R. Harrison, D. Hurst, C. Barnes. Gymnastics 163 Varsity Basketball: KNEELING: K. Imhoff, P. Shorten. STANDING: T. DiMarino, S. Ryan, J. Drexler, M.J. Shine, T. Arbaugh, M. Jones, M. Siegrist, L. Sumler, M. Ruberton. The undefeated Girl’s J.V. Bas¬ ketball team overcame all their opponents this season and finished with a 12-0 record and first place in the District. Leading scorers for the team were sophomore, Margaret DeBiase and junior, Janet Drexler. The Girl’s Varsity Basketball team finished their season with a final record of 9-3. The girls were led to victory by their leading scorers: Paula Shorten, who averaged 15.3 points a game, Karen Imhoff with 10.5 points, and Terry Arbaugh with 10.3 points. Undefeated J.V. Girl ' s Basketball VARSITY BASKETBALL J.V. BASKETBALL j Mt.V. 48 Fairfax 14 Mt. V. 40 Fairfax 28 Mt. V. 25 Marshall 36 Mt. V. 40 Marshall 22 Mt. V. 49 Jefferson 56 Mt. V. 45 Jefferson 27 Mt.V. 55 Edison 48 Mt. V. 56 Edison 32 Mt. V. 54 Lee 43 Mt.V. 38 Lee 33 Mt. V. 46 Groveton 33 Mt. V. 37 Groveton 18 Mt. V. 45 Hayfield 24 Mt. V. 34 Hayfield 34 Mt.V. 57 Edison 51 Mt. V. 50 Jefferson 25 Mt.V. 41 Lee 63 Mt. V. 57 Edison 22 Mt. V. 71 Groveton 51 Mt.V. 37 Lee 18 Mt.V. 44 Hayfield 20 Mt. V. 48 Groveton 41 Mt.V. 51 Jefferson 26 Mt.V. 40 Hayfield 27 J.V. Basketball: KNEELING: M. DeBiase. STANDING: C. Jackson, L. Moore, T. Canup, D. Poland, C. Reider, D. Divine, J. Chaloux, T. Duke, K. Knudson. NOT PICTURED: T. Young, L. Adams, S. Stoffel. Toemen Have Good Season Varsity Soccer FIRST ROW: D. Harrison, C. Davis, D. Oh, G. Etherington, W. Penrod, A. Borg. SECOND ROW: T. Shanahan D Ritchie F Gm«man R Procbw n. C c _... r _ TiimrN . — _ _ ’ • % i ■ .. ■■ 1 A. V if’A. ' ■ l ■M ' i J. Daoulas, Manager P. Shabe. Mt. V. 0 Jeb Stuart 4 Mt. V. 1 Hayfield 8 Mt. V. 3 Fairfax 2 Mt. V. 6 Edison 0 Mt. V. 3 Springfield 2 Mt. V. 1 L. Braddock 0 Mt. V. 2 Lee 2 Mt. V. 4 Robinson 3 Mt. V. 2 Ft. Hunt 4 Mt. V. 0 Groveton 3 Using a body block, Dong Oh moves the ball down the field. Steve Stieneker gives a mighty kick while trying to protect the Major’s goal. 166 Soccer Dave Ritchie really gets his head into the action. George Pieredes says, “one good kick deserves another.’ The Mt. Vernon Soccer team finished their season with a final record of 5-4-1. The team was faced with tough competition, but with a strong team effort and hard work, the team did well. The team played a good game against Edison beating them by a score of 6-0. The leading scorer for the season was Etherington, who had a total of fifteen goals for the season. Charlie Davis also scored four goals for the team. The team had a “tough break’’ in their first game of the District tournaments. After two over¬ times and one sudden death period, W. Springfield out- scored Mt. Vernon in penalty shots 4-2. Mt. V. 0 Springfield 1 Mt. V. 2 Fairfax 3 Mt. V. 1 Hayfield 5 Mt. V. 2 L.Braddock 4 Mt. V. 0 Hammond 1 Mt. V. 2 Ft. Hunt 1 Mt. V. 0 Edison 2 J.V. Soccer: FIRST ROW: J. Shanahan, T. Laskowski, B. Howland, E. Gerow. SECOND ROW: P. Sylvestre, M. Moore, P. Grayson, C. Loda, M. Wickman, T. Whitner, C. Zwart, S. Summers. THIRD ROW: Manager P. Shabe, S. Babcock, P. Jacobson, B. Carts, B. Hoath, K. Rapkin, W. Christner, F. Payne, W. Clevenger. lennis Team: FIRST ROW: Captains: D. Atkins, PJ. O’Neill, B. Williams. SECOND ROW: M. Bicoy, J. Freund, D. Seescholtz, S. Kinder B Vickers J. Stone A. Taylor, P Millson, R. Belden, S. Doyle, C. Roland, S. Williams. THIRD ROW: E. Nelson, E. Taylor, L. Gusman J Spofford J. Freedman, B. Aiken, D. Aiken, T. Elliot, K. Nelson, R. Potter, Mr. Snell. H « £ .. BOYS’ TENNIS Gunston District Doubles Champions: Billy Williams and David Atkins. Mount Vernon’s magnificent six plus one: Billy Vickers, Scott Williams, Rick Potter, David Atkins, P.J. O ' Neill, Billy Williams, Mr. Snell. The Mount Vernon tennis team, under the direction of head coach Mr. Snell, had one of their finest seasons last year ending with a final record of 13 wins and 5 loss¬ es. The outstanding play of Billy Williams, P.J. O’Neill and Billy Vickers, combined with the doubles team play of Billy Williams and David Atkins, made Mount Vernon a major power in the Gunston District. In the Gunston District tour¬ nament, Billy Williams took second place in the singles competition while David At¬ kins and Billy Williams took first place in the doubles tour¬ nament. Williams was also the number one singles player. Varsity Tennis Mt V. 7 T.C. Williams 2 Mt V. 7 West Point Prep 2 Mt. V. 7 Falls Church 2 Mt. V. 9 Oxen Hill 0 Mt. V. 6 Groveton 3 Mt. V. 4 Lake Braddock 5 Mt, V. 7 Edison 2 Mt. V. 9 Hayfield 0 Mt. V. 1 Fort Hunt 8 Mt. V. 6 Lee 3 Mt. V. 4 West Springfield 5 Mt. V. 3 Groveton 6 Mt. V. 6 Lake Braddock 3 Mt. V. 8 Edison 1 Mt. V. 9 Hayfield 0 Mt. V. 6 Lee 3 Mt. V. 3 Fort Hunt 6 Mt. V. 6 West Springfield 3 Final Record: Won 13 Lost 5 J.V. Tennis Final Record: Won 15 LostO GOLF TEAM PLACES THIRD IN DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Golf Team: FIRST ROW: S. Danielson, A. Miller, B. Mooney. SECOND ROW: J. Marx, M. Keene, C. Chuck ‘‘The Bomber” Bombard takes a Bombard, D. Babcock. NOT PICTURED: V. Esola, K. Marx, G. Minjack, C. Kent, K. Kleinstuber, R. mighty swing. “Fore” says Steve Danielson Zollner. Mt. V. 6 Lee 3 Mt. V. 8 Edison 1 Mt. V. 6 L. Braddock 3 Mt. V. 7 Hayfield 2 Mt. V. 4 Groveton 4 Mt. V. 3 Ft. Hunt 6 The 1975 golf season ended with a final record of 4-1-1. The starting golfers for the Majors were: Vic Esola, Greg Minjack, Chuck Bom¬ bard, Steve Danielson, Kurt Marx, and Cam Kent. The Most Valuable Player award went to a freshman starter, Steve Danielson. In the Dis¬ trict Tournament Mt. Vernon finished third. The golf team was coached by Brian Taylor. Golf 169 ' 75 J.V. SOFTBALL WINS DISTRICT ippiiiii m$m w .1 ,V ■ £ - -rjAAft -A?jk W » £ mu ;»- I j ;p . ' 4 t. y Varsity Softball: FIRST ROW: K. Imhoff, E. Griffin. SECOND ROW: D. Raines, J. Drexler, C. Dunn, J. Smolins, J. Drake, L. Gillespie THIRD ROW: L. Lindon, L. McGrath, P. Shorten, S. Blunt, J. Midkiff, A. Rice, L. Beahm. J.V. Softball Mt. V. 2 Madison 11 Mt. V. 9 McLean 13 Mt. V. 10 Hayfield 4 Mt. V. 6 L. Braddock 3 Mt. V. 27 Edison 7 Mt. V. 41 W. Springfield 6 Mt. V. 25 Groveton 9 Mt. V. 10 Ft. Hunt 3 Mt. V. 25 Lee 4 Mt. V. 10 Hayfidld 4 Varsity Softball Mt. V. 4 Madison 9 Mt. V. 8 McLean 5 Mt. V. 9 Hayfield 3 Mt. V. 3 L. Braddock 11 Mt. V. 6 Edison 7 Mt. V. 5 W. Springfield 4 Mt. V. 11 Groveton 14 Mt. V. 16 Ft. Hunt 2 Mt. V. 7 Lee 10 Mt. V. 8 Hayfield 3 Girls’ Track Mt. V. 37 L.Braddock 73 Mt. V. 83 Edison 27 Mt. V. 78 Lee 32 Mt. V. 56 Vi W. Springfield 53 1 2 Mt. V. 61 Groveton 49 GIRLS ' TRACK The Girls’ Varsity Softball team finished their season with a final record of 5-5-0. The team had hoped to do better. They beat the Hayfield team twice with scores of 9-3 and 8-3. Hayfield later went on to the Regionals. The Most Valuable Player for the varsity team was Paula Shorten. The Most Improved was Eleanor Griffin. The Girls’ J.V. Softball team had a great season with a final record of 8-2-0. They went on to win District. The team had good indi¬ vidual players who played well together as a team. The team, with all the experience they had this season, should do very well next season. The girls’ track team ran over most of their competition this season. They lost their first meet to Lake Braddock but after hard work and practice, they came back to win the rest of their meets. Their final record for the season was 4-1-0. However, the girls didn’t stop there. With all their hard work along with the help of Coach Harlan, the girls placed third in District. Mt. Ver¬ non was the only team to beat Groveton this season. Two of the girls went to State Tournaments from Mt. Vernon, Mickey Ham¬ den, who ran the eighty-yard hurdles, and Mary Jo Shine who ran the 440. 170 Softball And Track Boys 7 Gymnastics Place Third In Region BOYS’GYMNASTICS Mt. V. 84.2 Hayfield 74.13 Mt. V. 96.5 Garfield 60.30 Mt. V. 91.0 Robinson 102.50 Mt. V. 92.0 Yorktown 88.0 Mt. V. 98.0 L. Braddock 64.0 Mt. V. 81.0 Wakefield 88.0 Mt. V. 85.0 Lee 86.0 Mt. V. 87.0 Stuart 61.35 Mt. V. 92.0 Herndon 112.0 Baseball Teams Swing Hard All Season Outstanding gymnast David Wunderly placed second in the Region on the side horse and went to the State Championships where he placed fourth. Jeff Fox, another outstanding gymnast, was a solid all around performer. The gym¬ nastics team placed third in the Regional Tournaments. J.V. BASEBALL Mt. V. 1 W. Springfield 2 Mt. V. 7 Edison 4 Mt. V. 11 Hayfield 3 Mt. V. 2 Lee 1 Mt. V. 3 Ft. Hunt 4 Mt. V. 6 Groveton 10 Mt. V. 4 W. Springfield 0 Mt. V. 6 Edison 5 Mt. V. 9 L. Braddock 6 Mt. V. 3 Hayfield 0 Mt. V. 2 Lee 4 Mt. V. 2 Ft. Hunt 4 Mt. V. 11 Groveton 12 FRESHMAN BASEBALL Mt. V. 4 W. Springfield 0 Mt. V. 16 Edison 9 Mt. V. 11 Lee 3 Mt. V. 10 Ft. Hunt 0 Mt. V. 8 W. Springfield 7 Sprinting On For Victory Mt. V. 70 Ft. Hunt 66 Mt. V. 77 Lee 59 Mt. V. 83 Ft. Hunt 54 Mt. V. 85 L. Braddock 51 Mt. V. 55 Edison 81 Mt. V. 87 W. Springfield 49 Mt. V. 83 Hayfield 53 Mt. V. 110 Groveton 26 The Mt. Vernon Spring Track team kept up their winning ways and sprinted on for a victorious season placing second in the Gunston Dis¬ trict. From Mt. Vernon there were five District Champions: Brett Epert, high jump; Jack Bass, long jump; Doug Barry, shot put; Jack Lowden, pole vault; Robert Samples, 880 run. The team went on to place fourth in the Northern Region and fifth in the State. 171 Batter Up! Mt. V. 2 W. Springfield 5 Mt. V. 4 Edison 1 Mt. V. 3 Lee 1 Mt. V. 2 L. Braddock 1 Mt. V. 4 Ft. Hunt 3 Mt. V. 3 Groveton 4 Mt. V. 1 W. Springfield 17 Mt. V. 2 Edison 7 Mt. V. 0 Hayfield 4 Mt. V. 1 Lee 4 Mt. V. 6 Ft. Hunt 0 Mt. V. 0 Groveton 3 Mt. V. 1 W. Springfield 8 Mt. V. 6 Edison 8 Mt. V. 8 Hayfield 5 Mt. V. 7 L. Braddock 12 Mt. V. 0 Lee 3 Mt. V. 2 Ft. Hunt 4 Mt. V. 1 Groveton 2 Mt. V. 10 L. Braddock 11 X ) f Pitcher, BOB ROCK, warms up. ■ , A 172 Baseball LUKETHAYER . ' fc " • " •« • ' V - 3 ’’- »• jSjWi54 ,t ' v iS CLINT HAMILTON captures Most Valuable Player : award. •4V. . r itti v.fic Baseball 173 174 Clubs Clubs Art Club Art Club members meet twice a month to participate in a variety of activities. This year they have made tissue collages, drawn a still life with ink, printed their own mono- grammed stationery, and constructed decorative win¬ dow hangings. All activities are open to anyone who wish¬ es to participate. AV Aides check out AV equipment, do video and pho¬ tograph productions, dry mount, and laminate. Without them, the AV department would notget much done. WatVto A - ' ' ' A;’ Kguyen-Qui Duc. Lisa Bartelf Nancy Mow, ' ' - . ' Antoiti6)t ' K. ' RQbinsQn, ' Wguy€nKti()aV« ' ' .X; ' ;T--TVc ; --r-- ' { ' ' .C Audio Visual Specialists 176 Art and A.V Barbershop: Boy ' s And Girl ' s Barbershop—177 v-v ■ " r m mk ' A 0 m3 H 1 ■ 1 a 1 ft i.S C: F ■Mk r Jr Bible Club The Bible Club’s interests are simple and sincere. They are to read the book of the Lord and to hopefully learn from it. There are many secrets and mysteries un¬ known to us all, and the Bible allows everyone to seek his or her own interpretation of the many fascinating things that have happened since time began. The Bible Club uses the Bible as a reference to the creations of the “Heart and Soul.’’ FIRST ROW: K. Lundy, B. Brane, SECOND ROW: D. Marsee, L. Bligh, THIRD ROW: D. Terry, PRES. K. Acreage, K. Zimmer, FOURTH ROW: A. Shirgler, D. Tongue, M. Lundy, FIFTH ROW: A. D’Agostino, K. Robin¬ son, SIXTH ROW: L. Beahm, M. Adinaro, SEVENTH ROW: L. Miller, D. Montgomery, C. Carpenter. Chess Club Chess is a skillful and a strenuous game, but the chess members take on the chal¬ lenge. They study the strate¬ gy of the game and plan their route of attack for their matches. It is Skill vs. Skill and each move takes time. Every move has to be planned ahead with accuracy because one mistake could prove fatal and thus end the game with “Checkmate’’. FIRST ROW: J. Miller, R. Landgrabe, SECOND ROW: S. King, L. Gusman, L. Pollard, THIRD ROW: P. Embry, B. Nichols, L. Gusman. 178 Bible—Chess Color Guard And War Games D. Huffman, B. Croom, J. Dickinson, J. Anderton, D. Gallagher, D. Hug, D. Kelly, M. Kelly, B. Kruse, E. Moser, K. Nette, S. Roberts, M. Tenney, P. Turner, J. Vaggagini, L. Gusman. War Games, C. Guards, D. Majors 179 The sports events this year provided a taste of almost everything for the student body; depressing defeats, glo¬ rious victories, and even a few unexpected upsets. The high spirited cheerleaders were al¬ ways there leading the crowd in their support for the Ma¬ jors. The ability of the cheer¬ leaders brought them second place in Springfield’s Cheer¬ leading Invitational last fall. In such events as the “Mr. Cool’’ contest, the early morning media center pep rallies, and the Mother-Son kissing contest, these spirited leaders kept the students and faculty guessing as to what they would do next. Freshman Cheerleaders Ruth Harrison, CAPTAIN: Heidi Klein, Janet Rusan, Maureen Burkard, Terry Cicconi, Susan Winslow, CO-CAPTAIN: Kerry Stallo, Reaves Allen, Allison Danforth Monica Murphy, Ginger Thorton, CAPTAIN: Kyra Burke, Kim Foster, Karen Gatlin, Anne Goliash, Karen Foster, CO-CAPTAIN: Britt Nelson Germaine Simpson, NOT PICTURED: Anne Marie Arkwright Sv? E£8«l ers Varsity Cheerleaders Lisa Tagg, Pana Farrell, Melissa Boster, Leslie Foster, Leslie Fullerton, Cathy Cummings, CAPTAIN: Patty Goliash, Co-CAPTAIN: Barbara Hamilton. Suzanne Klein, Sherry Duckworth, Patty Flattery, Lori May, Georgette Harrison, NOT PICTURED: Lori Brown mm ....... ,- « mm t ‘ •- r - s- ? rtt- •‘rtT ' K?s , 5 ' -.i V {• . Cathy C mmings Lisa Tag! Suzanne Klein Select Girls Chorus FIRST ROW: Nancy Bach, Maria Ngo, Pat Lanning, Kelley Stevens, Denise Marsee, Ilona Kolpack, Lindy Sumler, Susan Wenrich SECOND ROW: Nga, Susan Bauman, Eileen Moore, Patty Miller, Pam Brant, Sally Lavinus, Lucille Marasco, Young Ran Ahn THIRD ROW: Hien Nguyen, Peggy Burkard, Denise Johnson, Debbie Luck, Melissa Price, Kathy Lundy, Sandi Fetterman, Missy Fisher, FOURTH ROW: Sherry Welzel, Amy Drexler, Lee Anne DeWispelaere, Cathy Furrow, Diana Poland, Rosemary Cutting, Rea Wynder, Janet Kutchmanich FIRST ROW: Adonica Rexrode, Marianne Pershing, Suzanne Klien, David McElroy, Tad Dorough, Don Tongue, Phillip Lanning, Linda Beahm, Francas Mearns, Lisa Stevens, Lisa Keller, SECOND ROW: Karen Gatlin, Rhonda Zehring, Alison Wood, Renee Landgrabe, Daved Temple, Alan Shingler, Gordon Cox, Amy Carpenter, Faisia Bayne, Joan Kelly Chapman, Marianne Adinaro, THIRD ROW: Ann Miller, Mary Beth Foltz, Mike Rhoda, David Grant, Gary Simpson, Robbie Winn, Steve Robinson, Nancy Zaice, Cara Basham, Kathy Robinson, Debbie Terry, FOURTH ROW: Jinny Donnelly, Sandy Green, Cindy Barnes, Becky Walter, Scott Brigham, Eric Sandlund, Keith Akridge, Sallie King, Suzanne Copas, Debbie Phillips, Patty Biondolillo Concert Choir 7 ' jm tmBB HIBgs x i f)n£Y nr v n hum i ' ll ' lf fljYUL ■ J ’ fn 184 Select Girls, Concert Choir Mixed Chorus ROW ONE: N. Wells, C. Tronolone, L. Pezet, D. Hug, E. Davis, M. Carts, M. Klett, ROW TWO: L. Wilson, E. Hagerup, J. O’Brien, ROW THREE Watts, M. Ball, H.L. Collins, N. Bi , C. Dietzel, T. Eller, S. Kolzack Myers, T. Nieniec, W. Clevenger, C. ROW FOUR: C.C. Phuong, J. Schult Hwang, B. Brandenburg, Beginning Girl ' s Chorus ROW ONE: C. Snycjerfr Allen, L. Gibran, H, Kliery, T ernard, Eller, l tKinney, l Bartell, C. Bai ' f, Nf. Bache, B. I »r, K. BarM rare, M liller, L. T g, M. Peabody, ROW TWO: P. Fostlr, A. AtweHTT™ K. Vonltr, C. Ball, ROW FOUR: C. Barrett, V. Ball, J, Thomason, I.W Hubble u Breeden, T, Stevens, S. Smith, K. Leisner, ROW THREE; T. Todd, M. Wiesner, K. Hicks, L. Green, M. Bicoy, K. Butter »i ; 1 ?■ ,1 y -,, , - $ Mixed Chorus 185 Beginning Chorus Cosmotology The Cosmotology program is designed to prepare students for entrance level employment. The course covers a three year span totaling 2,000 hours of training in basic theory, techniques in pedicuring, manicuring, shampooing, setting, scalp treatment, permanent waving, hair cutting, styling, hair color¬ ing, bleaching, skin care, make-up, and salon management. ROW 1: D. Lacy, Y. Sturgeon, J. Scribner, S. Whipps. ROW 2: G. Bender, L. Raines, C. Brown, S. Mattingly, P. Kiser. ROW 3: C. Steller, M. Hogg, B. Parr. ROW 4: P. Mickle, M. McKinney, Mrs. Pullen, R. Jordon, S. Kunkle, P. Kersey, J. Martin. A. Martin, D. Kerker, B. Copper, G. Grubb, G. Vuolo, B. Carpenter, B. Combs, Mrs. Carothers. ROW 5: V. Heinmann, V. Kidd, S. Frank, J. Child¬ ers, B. Garrett, B. Beckler, N. Willis. NOT PICTURED: C. Bolton, T. Lancaster, C. Brittain, S. Rawson, M. Dunkley, J. Shafer, A. Wright. 186 Cosmotology Debaters Take 20 Awards DECA Debate is a year-round, never-ending job of research and refutation, but for the M.V. de¬ baters, the work has paid off. Thus far this year, the team has captured a total of twenty awards and a State Championship. Their suc¬ cess has ranged for California, where they took third at the University of Redlands, to the local competition, where the team has consistently dominated the Washington Metro area. The future looks bright for this outstanding M.V. team. ROW 1: Mr. Snell, W. Cormier, L. Vogel, J. Smullins, D. Freedman, L. Collins, P. Astrace, D. Akres, B. Stevens, MR. Chaney, ROW 2: A. Pettit, G. Sherman, J. Faylconer, J. Furgerson, B. Brown, D. Dupree, K. Olson, T. Kolodziek. ROW 3: J. Kiser, D. Vanslyn, D. Reynolds, G. Williams, A. Allen, S. Andrews, J. Cordin, B. Mack, J. Meredith, B. Brittain, ROW 4: D. Knapp, P. Weathers, E. Caufield, D. West, P. McAurthor, J. Manager, D. West D. Factte, D. Fraler, K, Dikenson, ROW 5: M. Robinson, M. Mor¬ ris, J. Bebilli, C. Grimes, B. Eppert, G. Martelli, Luccarelli, B. Arbugh. Drill Team And Flag Corp 188 Drill Team, Flag Corp EM-VEE-HI and Fashion Associates S. Kunkle, M. Zaice, K. Thomas, C. Walters, M. Bragg, S. Juras- its, T. Weaver, B. Presley, B. Schmitt, Mrs. Finn, B. Phillips, A. Perk¬ ins, T. Olgilvie ROW 1: K. Gatlin, J. Froelich, S. Bauman, L. Estrada, ROW 2: K. Van Dyke, C. Stivaletti, C. Caudill, L. Hansell, D. Plamilton, ROW 3: Miss Hutchings, N. Poe, T. Deramo, S. Feinstermaker, M. Vail, J. Van Hook, L. Askew, B. Foster, L. D’Amico, S. Selmanovitz, D. Parschalk, F. Hilsa- beck, T. Poor, A. Bartels, ROW 4: C. Norris, D. Eng, L. Tagg, D. Horton, M. Boster, S. Threatt The EM VEE HI newspaper, due to their edi¬ torials, was a paper that everyone looked for¬ ward to reading. Their varied topics were re¬ ceived with a difference of opinion, and the stu¬ dent replies to them were just as important as the editorials themselves. The student partici¬ pation in the newspaper was higher this year than before. As a result, the staff received many new ideas and suggestions. F.B.L.A F. What??? “F” what? This is the F.B.L.A., otherwise known as the Future Business Leaders of America. These students are preparing themselves for the shock of their lives when they step out into the world of busi¬ ness. They really do not have any worry because they are the F.B.L.A. ROW 1: T. Withrow, K. Filopovitch, Jamie, M. Scruggs, ROW 2: David, Mark, ROW 3: N. Roe, M. Price, M. Coconour, C. Raznick, M. Summers, M. Thorton, ROW 4: G. Dinumzio, B. Brane, S. Jennings, S. Hart, J. Stone, T. Wishiewski, ROW 5: S. Nichols, E. Wallace, G. Bowen, L. Estrada, ROW 6: J. Turner, B. Carrnedy, B. Hamilton, Ronnie, J. Harris, B. Isaksen, C. Myers, C. Van Dyke, K. Sage, C. Barnes. 190 F.B.L.A. F.T.A. The F.T.A. prepares stu¬ dents for a teaching pro¬ fession. Many of the F.T.A. members are teacher aides and some become student teachers. With a little luck, they will become instruc¬ tors for the upcoming generation. ROW 1: S. Whipps, L. Moore, ROW 2: A. Byrne, K. Wardinski, J. Froelich F.H.A. These girls are learning to assume their roles in socie¬ ty through home econo¬ mics in areas of personal growth, family life, voca¬ tional preparation, and community involvement. They will be using this knowledge to ready them¬ selves for later roles as homemakers. ROW 1: T. Beahm, ROW 2: L. Siegrist, D. Cajigos, P. Kowalewski, ROW 3: P. Denzer, C. Dunkum, J. Childers, D. Pridmore F.T.A. 191 F.H.A. Forensics ROW 1: L. Gusman, B. Wells, R. Alex¬ ander, L. Alexander, K. Stallzer, ROW 2: K. Ryan, K. Lundy, K. Robinson, B. Camp Forensics deals with the art of literal communi¬ cation: Extemporaneous Speaking, Prose, Oral Inter¬ pretation, and Poetry Read¬ ing. Each Forensic member can usually relate to one or more of these topics. Every forensics meet brings up a new topic. ROW 1: S.M. Le, T.P. Hua, N.Q. Due, Sonja, ROW 2: S. Ansty, T. Goff, H.C. Dinh, C.H. SuK, ROW 3: N.H. Nguyen, N.N. Phan, K.H. Do, T.L. Ngo, H.N. Phan, D.H. Nguyen, M. Moreano, F. Shaffer, L. Tran, C.S. Kim, D.S. Kim, Y.R. Ahn, H P. Phan, N.H. Tran, (MISSING TWO NAMES) 1 1 ' I 1 I 1 • Foreign Students 1 F • ' Ajk ' " J| ■ 1 A French Honor Society Members of the French Honor Society must have completed two years of French and are selected on their academic record. The activities of the club include the tutoring of French stu¬ dents and the annual induc¬ tion banquet. ROW 1: D. Bicoy, D. Deen. ROW 2: A. Spit- ler, S. Patrick, M. Pershing, Mrs. Landgrabe, S. West. ROW 3: M. Alexander, W. Christ- ner, M. Foltze, T. Crowley, R. Royce. French Club ROW 1: S. Patrick, T. Lovelace, V. Williams, A. Barbe, K. Ryan, T. Goff, C. Alexander. ROW 2: S. Schrage, S. Donnell, C. Goldung, L. Akagi, A Seesholzt, B. Schmitt, ROW 3: M. Schmitt, J. Hicky, H. Schaefer, D. Con¬ nelly, L. Moore, S. Ansty, M. Moreano, A. Whiteford, D. Grande, S. Whipps. JUAd SI German Club ROW 1: C. Suk, S. Fenstermaker, M. Harris, K. Nason, T. Wisniewski, M. Dickerson, ROW 2: L. Culver, M. Klett, V. Samules, D. Lewis, G. Lewis, B. Super, A. laderosa, J. Gorwitz, A. Drexler, ROW 3: S. Newton, P. Moore, R. Cic- cone, R. Key, S. Frailey, B. Wardinski, C. Grab- bi, B. Nason, E. McDonld, S. Kiisk, P. Brook- man, ROW 4: M. Stoffel, T. Parker, T. Dorough, L. Polland, D. Leuppert, P. Hightower, D. John¬ son, K. Honecker This year’s German Club was one of the biggest in many years. The club had activities such as German food festivals, picnics at Ft. Hunt Park, and many bake sales to raise moo ey. The club was sponsored by Miss Avoli. In order to foster the interest in plant life, Mrs. Avery, Mr. Dirner and Mrs. Dotson spon¬ sor the Horticulture Club. The study of plants take these stu¬ dents on field trips as well as to regular meetings after school. They hope that soon a green house will be a reality. 194 German Club Horticulture Horticulture Club ' v " ROW 1: D. Spann, S. Sherburn, T. Mojeski, A. Sheesholtz, D. Williams, ROW 2: S. Frailey B. Wardenski, ROW 3: C. Sweat Intramural Bowling The League is open to all students from Septem¬ ber to May. League activ¬ ities are held one day a week at the Ten Pin Coli¬ seum In Penn Daw. The best bowlers are formed into two teams at the end of the season and partici¬ pate in an invitational tour¬ nament against the best bowlers of other Northern Virginia high schools. ROW 1: L. Fischer, K. Leuppert, T. With¬ row, ROW 2: B. Gaupp, J. Bache, S. Som¬ mers, ROW 3: D. Marshall, W. Gaupp, A. McCaulley, B. Stevens, J. Showalter, E. Hale, ROW 4: M. Hadjie, S. Kennaugh, M. Berry, M. O ' Neil, W. Cormier International Club ROW 1: P. Hein, Due, Giac, S. Chang, Row 2: H. Schaefer, H. Phuong, A. Yous sef, T. Nam, H. Jung, S. Young, View, ROW 3: K. Chang, S. Keuvn, S. Kang, P. Nguyet, K. Due, D. Kim, N. Ngoc, Nguyan, Dieu, N. Tyet, Mary, Mai Inter i Inter 195 Junior Classical League Though the Roman Em¬ pire fell 1,500 years ago in 476, its influence is still felt in today’s modern world. Its influence is strong enough to have a separate language club to honor it,.the Junior Clas¬ sical League. This club’s chief interest is in the Latin language, but they also study Latin Arts and Roman Mythology. ROW 1: B. Forrester, ROW 2: J. Speers, P. Ward, ROW 3: K. Robinson, J. Michael- son, K. Williams, L. Bligh, C. Thronolone ROW 1: L. Bulloss, S. Kolzak, L. Prosser, K. Foster, D. Alfrod, S. Kiisk, T. Wisniew¬ ski, ROW 2: P. Moore, A. Hedgepeth, S. Fenstermaker, L. Culver, P. Brookman, E. McDonld, L. Brown, C. Goff, P. Bion- dolillo, ROW 3: C. Dietzel, D. Spann, G. Lewis, K. Dilallo, D. Williams, Mr. Freedman Junior Class Council 196 Junior Classical League Junior Class Council .. how little do my countrymen know what precious blessings they are in posession of, and which no other people on earth enjoy.” Thomas Jefferson ROW 1: D. Deane, C. Dean, B. Landis, K. Akridge, Row 2: R. Pea¬ body, C. SanFilippo, J. Donnelly, ROW 3: Miss Hopkins, J. Deweese, L. Beahm, D. Flake, N. Bach, ROW 4: S. Brigham, M. Peterman, D. Borum, D. Phillips, C. Signorelli, ROW 5: D, Horne, L. Goodchild, P. Harrington, P. O ' Hara, M. Adinaro, M. Dash. Modern Music Masters Junior Honor Society ROW 1: S. Murphree, S. Summers, N. Zaice, J. Miller, K. Puf- ko, ROW 2: S. Hedgepath, C. Quigley, P. Kovaleski, T. Lovelace, P. Burkhard, P. Denzer, ROW 3: C. Narmi, L. Nicholty, S. King, T. Foster, L. Foster, J. Conway, ROW 4: S. Lally, D. Kahn, W. Blanding, A. Dresler ROW 1: K. Pufko, Miss Oxley, N. Zaice, ROW 2: S. Murphree, J. Miller, S. Summers The purpose of the Junior Honor Socie¬ ty is to create an enthusiam for superior scholarship; to develope citizenship and character; to stimulate a desire to serve and to promote leadership. Under the gui- dence of Miss Oxley, the J.H.S. has par¬ ticipated in fundraising and community activities. Jr. Honor Society 198 J.H.S. ROW 1: J. Innis. Paul, N. Engelhardt, K. Ryan, L. Snyder, J. Posherd, L. Tran, KOW 2: C. Shes- neau, M. O’Neil, R. Cutter, C. Hawthorne, B. Williams, N. Kapf, ROW 3: M. O ' Brien, S. King, B. Wardinski, S. Heiupman, J. Easton, “Mr. Kerlin finally finds the place where he belongs.” Key Club iSwbbvtA iajn»inni£5 iBai jBC S2j uw«»h u ' l m s Milan ' " ' swiiaf i k ibP 200 Key Club I K ■ ■ H 50 Years Of Caring People need people. It’s as simple and basic as life itself. We in Key Club know this. We know that if we help improve one segment of our social en¬ vironment, the whole will ulti¬ mately become better. That’s why you will find us taking part in Freshman Orientation; helping in bike-a-thons, blood drives and other people ori¬ ented things. You will also find us having a good time while participating in these events. Caring is our way of life—in fact, it’s the only way to live! 50 Years of Caring— Only the Beginning! R. Schmitt (Lt. Gov. 10 B), K. Barnes (1st V.P.), PJ O’Neill (Pres.), R. Presley (Sec.), T. Modjeski (Treas.), SPONSOR: Mr. Thomas. ROW 1: M. Harwood, M. Wickam, D. See- sholtz, R. Farwell, A. Borg, S. Bracken, T. Scandling, ROW 2: J. Marx, W. Clevenger, J. Bena, S. Marx, D. Dewispeleare,!. Grabbi, B. Phillips, J. Hughes, M. Godfrey. ROW 1: D. Ackerson, S. Pendleton, J. Wickam, E. Sandlund, D. Bracken, M. Dani- elli, A. Beasely, M. Stoffel, M. Evans, B. Kelly, P. Jacobson, P. Anderson, T. Crowley, K. Nelson, B. Williams. 1 iH, ' ■ " ' I Keyettes The Keyettes this past year fulfilled many worthwhile activities for the school as well as the community. They entertained the folks at Oak Meadows for Halloween and sponsored a class at Groveton elementary for Thanks¬ giving. For the school the Keyettes held a Pancake Breakfast for the faculty, acted as guides for Freshman Orientation and Back-To- School Night. Although these activities took a lot of effort, the Keyettes enjoyed doing them. ROW 1: J. Froelich, P. Nourse, M. Zaice, ROW 2: Mrs. Delrahim, S. Seminare, R. Wynder, C. Barnes, B. Bruce. (Above are officers) ROW 1: N. Mow, P. Unger, P. Wampler, E. McDonld, T. Poor, C. Marcy, ROW 2: K. Bizier, D. Hug, C. Braun, D. Beahm, B. Schuette, R. Cutting, S. Carr, M. Schmitt, N. Vest, J. Crawford. ROW 1: P. Gorwitz, D. Cajagas, J. Pooley, S. Klein, P. Flattery, ROW 2: K. Hamel, S. Whipps, G. Dununger, Marian, S. Kiisk, C. Thomas, M. Foltz, V. Samuels, S. Sage, P. Clark, B. Klett, D. Alford, L. DeCantis. Keyettes 203 Literary Club In its first year, the Liter¬ ary Club has been sponsored by Mr. Todd Crowley. The Literary Club’s purpose has been to search out and to find the writing talents of the stu¬ dent body of Mt. Vernon. These “best” poems, essays, and short stories will then be published in the Literary Magazine. To make this publication possible, money was raised in various ways be the club members and friends. ROW 1: R. Kenney, D. Evenson, D. Brigham, ROW 2: L. Schwarz, J. Driscoll, R. Heed, N. Mow, ROW 3: N. Atkins, J. Perry, J. Mann, C. Damico, K. Kimble, ROW 4: N. MacDou- gall, L. Bartell, C. Chesneau 204 Literary Club Lighting Crew And Trainees This “behind the scenes’’ crew is one of the most im¬ portant facets of any stage production. They put the spotlight on home debate tournaments, fashion shows, and numerous other Mount Vernon activities. A much needed part of school life, they have in¬ deed “made the sun shine’’ in the Little Theatre of M.V. ROW 1: B. Signorelli, S. Dingle, G. Lam, ROW 2: J. Brodie, R. Zollner, Mr. Polly, A. Hedgepeth, R. Landgrabe ROW 1: J. Lynch, C. Raznick, J. Manning, ROW 2: R. Higgins, P. Embrey, W. Fay, L. Banum, ROW 3: M. Sylvestre, A. laderosa, S. Crisp, D. McKinney, M. Starcher Lighting Crew 205 and Trainees Madrigals Math Club ROW 1: N. Bach, K. Barnes, S. Klien, D. Terry, M. Rhode, K. Zimmer, ROW 2: K. Marcy, G. Simpson, D. Alford, J. Donnelly, B. Signorelli, A. D’Agostino, ROW 3: D. Hug, M. Evans, M. Peterman, K. Akridge, P. Clark, S. Brigham, P. Ward The Madrigal Singers is a se¬ lect group which performs mu¬ sic in the madrigal and contem¬ porary styles. In addition to ap¬ pearing in all Choral Concerts they have accepted varied en- gagments such as Carols by Candlelitht at Woodlawn Plan¬ tation and Gunston Hall, the George Washington Birth Night Ball, Various church and civic groups, nursing homes, the Re¬ tired Teacher’s Luncheon, and on June 1 had the honor of sing¬ ing at the White House. M. Alexander, P. Chaloux, J. Easton, J. Miller, L. Passman, D. Maxwell, B. Roberts imi 206 Madrigals Math Club r m a Li «— •-O! L i ( Jb wt 5 m m : -j Wm _ - ! 1w , Jfk - jjfe ' i IB SSys m 1 r S r i tiel 11 m % SPANISH CLUB ROW 1: L. Keiier, L. Linden, A. Barfoot, ROW 2: D. Waldmen, M. Howaland, D. KerKer, A. Rohweder, P. Goliash, S. Love- gren, ROW 3: B. Bruce, D. Alford, C. Anderton, D. Terry, ROW 4: M. Shine, L. Emmons, S. Kolzak, P. Shorten, S. Love- gren, C. Bashan, ROW 5: D. Flake, C. Voils, M. Hildreth, D. Williams, B. Harrick, S. Kiisk, ROW 6: L. Passman, P. Ward, L. Nichols, A. Kruse, B. Purcell, D. Sey¬ mour, E. Barrens, ROW 7: R. Morris, M. Lusker, D. Davenport, V. Samuels, M. McMormack, K. Middleman, ROW 8: P. Carpenter, K. Delillo, W. Gaupp, M. Gerow ROW 1: A, Colley, B. Nichols, G. Whipps, K. Craddock, B. Sweede, L. Linden, K. Elam D. Davis, T. Neimic. ROW 2: C. Chesneau, S. Newton, T. Porter, R. Cutter, C. Hawthorne, K. Kimble, M. Carr, A. Gil¬ bert, L. Snyder, M. Burkhardt, ROW 3: D. Terry, D. Alford, N. Englehart, C. Puf- ko, S. Duvall, K. Mallet, L. Emmons, M. O ' Neil, ROW 4: S. Donnell, A. Johnson, R. Speis, N. Zaice, C. Raznick, J. Innis, K. Sage, J. Conway, B. Nelson, K. Rappuchi, L. Tagg. ROW 5: P. Shorten, C. Voils, V. Sammuels, A. Perkins, E. Behrens, A., D. Harbarger, N, Smith, D. Harbarger. ROW 6: D. NGuyen, B. Rareden, A. Hedge- path, J. Lovegren, L. Kemp, N. Mitrovich, R. Kenny, B. Harrick, S. Kiish. C__ ■ -w At r RS jO 4 • 0 V Tp tk k 1 y F ' P iTT Mount Vernon Marching Majors Honors: The Marching Majors received many honors, some of them were: George Washing¬ ton Bi-Centennia! Birthday Parade and the Veinna Halloween Parade. They received First and Second place respectively. They per¬ formed in the White House, Washington D.C. The Marching Majors also competed in the Six Flags Over Georgia National Band Competition Atlanta, Georgia. Media Aides The Media Aides have been a very big help to the librarians theis year. The duties of the Me¬ dia Aides are to shelve books, keep magazines in order, file catalogue cards, make signs, keep books in the Dewey-Deci¬ mal order and to check books out. In their combined efforts, the Media Aides have helped keep our Media Center in good order. Orchestra ROW 1: P. Sylvestee, W. Clevenger, R. Harri¬ son, N. MacDougall, S. Winslow, ROW 2: S. Murphee, L. Hall, G. Burton, S. Sohn, B. Brane, P. Johnson, ROW 3: L. Hayden, Mrs. French, B. Nason. ;, u-.n R-fl ; • r. n t: n i « o Y 11 m f- n ti m Pep Club ROW 1: D. Yagate, J. Swinburn, J. Barnes, ROW 2: L. Snyder, P. Goodchild, R. Teale, E. Forester, ROW 3: K. Sage, S. Cox, A. Burke, S. Shocey, S. Matthews, D. Koch, S. Gooch, V. Ball, ROW 4: K. Tazel, K. Payne, D. Mahaley, T. Stevens. On the football field are the Drill Team, in the bleachers are the Pep Squad. These dedicated students are at most sport¬ ing events to cheer all Mt. Vernon athletes on to victo¬ ry. Their support has been a MAJOR part of the SPIRIT in M.V. high! Pep Club 211 Office Assistants Photo Club Photo Club: ROW 1: L. Passman, D. Lupert, Mr. McConnel, R. Wispoles- ki, ROW2: T. Weaver, D. Ball, P. Shabe, S. Harris J. Lockgrage Radio Mt. Vernon: L. Hopkins, M. Wilson, C. Triplett, L. Maiesky, M. Ipock Science Club: ROW 1: K. Conray, V. Williams, S. Sharon, ROW 2: C. Whipple, A. Seesholtz, L. Synder, T, Goff, R. Landgrebe G. Sotos, ROW 3: D. Oliver, G. Barnes, S. Sherburne, B. Roberts The Photography Club serves the school by taking pictures of school events and making them into black and white prints. The club has two darkrooms, one for developing negatives and one for making prints. This year the club has raised money through the sale of photo¬ graphs, the student-faculty photobowl foot¬ ball game, and a car wash. The club also spon¬ sors a photo contest each year. 212 Photo Club Radio Mt. Vernon Science Club Communications Improve Student Government Officers Pres. John Doyle, 1st VP Chris Braun Sec. Su Lovegren, 2nd VP Kj O’Neill Advisor: Mr. David Givens NOT PICTURED: Jeanne Innis The SGA, headed by John Doyle, closed some of the gap on the common problems by modernizing two “old ideas.’’ The SGA newsletter, “Speak- Out”, gave the students an up-to-date story on SGA pro¬ gress, student information, and comments from one of the SGA officers. The other modernized idea was the Stu¬ dent Information Center (SIC). Even though it was open during both lunch shifts everyday, few students seemed to bother to go in to see what was happening in their own school. All informa¬ tion that concerned the stu¬ dent body could be obtained in the SIC. It will be updated next year again and hopefully the student body will show more interest. Overall, the SGA worked mostly on com¬ munication and student activities this year. All stu¬ dents make up the Stu¬ dent Government; therefore, the key word should be— COMMUNICATE. SGA Senators Soph. Teri Lovelace, Frosh. Karla Filipovich, Sr. Steve Bracken, Jr. Dave Denton, Jr. Dave Spann, Frosh. Pattie Good- child, Sr. Barbara Hamilton NOT PICTURED: Sr. John Wickham, Jr. Cynthia Wynder, Soph. Amy Schmitt, Soph. Nicky Smith SAC 215 Officers Off Guard (Junior): PJ 0’Neill-2nd Vice President in charge of coordinating club activities. PJ dealing out his duties and winning. (Senior): John Doyle—President of SGA, oversees other officer’s duties. (Senior): Su Lovegren—Secretary, takes care of all secretarial work and mail. Also takes Minutes of Senate and ADC Meetings. John and Su gracefully hiding the tears while looking through the SGA files during 4th period. 216 SGA (Senior): Chris Braun—1st Vice President in charge of the Senate and Assembly programs. All for one and one for all. (Sophomore): Jeannie Innis—Treasurer, helps coordinate Magazine Campaign and works with the budget. All smiles! SGA 217 SIC Wfc Se«ip$ »i8rs D o A »s A new door was opened this year by the SGA, under 2nd Vice-President PJ O’Neill, to help close the communica¬ tion gap between students, clubs, administrators, teach¬ ers, and SGA Officers. Lo¬ cated on the right side of the cafeteria in the Faculty dining room, the Student Informa¬ tion Center held information on all school activities name¬ ly, club functions, dances, and athletic events. If a stu¬ dent wanted to find out “what was going on”, then the SIC was the place to go. Monthly calendars, memos and infor¬ mation on clubs were all hanging on the walls for stu¬ dents to see. At least one SGA officer or SGA representative was present each lunch shift to help answer any questions that a student might have. Even class officers made an effort to “show themselves” in the SIC at least once a week. It seems the SIC has made a giant leap toward eliminating some of the com¬ munication problems. Stop by sometime and see “what’s happenin’’! Jeannie Innis (Treas. SGA), Chris Braun (1st VP. SGA), PJ O’Neill (2nd VP. SGA), Dixie Eng (Jr Class Pres.), John Doyle (Pres. SGA), Su Lovegren (Sec. SGA), Pattie Goodchild (Frosh. Senator) Dixie Eng (Jr Class Pres.) Alison Wood (Sec-Treas. Jr. Class) a ficjrmnjon iJichliam GUESS WHAT ' S NEW? 218 Student Information Center Stage Band ROW 1: C. Sanfilippo, B. Vincent, M J. Otten, C. Knight, D. Borum, D. Dressier, S. Cooper, R. Andre, B. Landis, M. Wilson. ROW 2: E. Law¬ rence, S. Gordon, S. Summers, E. Griffith, C. Nette, S. Warner, G. Childers, B. Glossner. Stage Band And Student Aides 219 Senior Honor Society ROW 1: Mrs. Kilpatrick, S. Klien ROW 2: L. Stevens, T. Crowley, P. MacDougall ROW 1: N. Bach, M. Adinaro, D. Deane, C. Stivaletti, S. Lovegren, B. Wood, K. Zimmer, B. Peabody, ROW 2: J. Qrexler, B. Klett, B. Nason, W. Christner, P. Ottara, C. Voils, C. Anderton, B. Nichols, ROW 3: S. Patrick, D. Connaly, S. Lovegrn, L. Passman, M. Schmitt, K. Wardinski, M. Shine, A. D ' Agos¬ tino, L. Linden, ROW 4: D. Williams, V. Wil¬ liams, D. Bicoy, J. Berg, D. Ball 220 Senior Honor Society The Senior Honor Society is a club that honors good stu¬ dents, students that not only earn good grades, but that exhibit leadership and pos¬ sess a willingness to help other people. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Kilpatrick, the Society strives to culti¬ vate and to strengthen these characteristics in its member¬ ship. It has tried to broaden the opportunities open to its members, and has been of service to our school through such things as the Book Nook and acting as guides and ushers. The Senior Honor Society helps to make the best students better citizens. ROW 1: D. Dressier, P. Shorten, P. Gorwitz, M. Summers, S. Kolzak, K. Robinson, D. Al¬ ford, P. Goliash, S. Jurasits, ROW 2: D. Flake, L. Beahm, K. Bizier, M. Howland, C. Braun, C. Marcy, R. Cutting, P. Unger, S. Colyer, K. Barnes, D. Eng, ROW 3: M. Alexander, J. Dewies, T. Wisniewski, S. West, C. Hamal, M. Pershing, A. Spitler, L. Schwartz, D. Terry, ROW 4: C. Barnes, B. Kutche, M. Foltz, P. Jacobson, S. Kromer, T. Olilvie, D. Seymour, K. Dilallo Senior Honor Society 221 “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow,” is the song Ski Club¬ bers sing all year. The season started with a Thanksgiving trip to Vermont, and it ended with a week-end stay at Seven Springs, Pennsylvania. All in all, the Ski Club hit the snow- covered slopes with a mighty gusto! They came back to Mount Vernon with big grins, tall tales, and best of all with no broken bones. Ski Club I H The Social Studies Forum- International Relations Club major goal is to familiarize its members with governmen¬ tal policies and current world events with respect to inter¬ national relations. On Octo¬ ber 8th, 9th, and 10th this group participated in the Fair¬ fax Area Model United Na¬ tions. This workings of the United Nations and the Se¬ curity Council. The represen¬ tatives of Cameroon in the Security Council won an Hon- orable Mention. In early De¬ cember the club went to Pacem In Terris IV, a program sponsored by the FUND FOR PEACE. The topic discussed was “National Security and the Democratic Process.” The big event of the year was the North American Invi- tional Model United Nations. A total of 148 schools at¬ tended this event. Many stu¬ dents from as far away as California, and Puerto Rico. “If I only had the chance to do it over again, I would " , thinks John Doyle. ROW 1: L. Stevens, J. Speers, L. Gusman, J. Doyle, D. Hoffman, P. Turner, N. Fedarko. Social Studies Forum Thespians Mr. Pooley state director of Thespians. Barry Signorelli state president of Thespians. ROW 1: B. Signorelli, P. Ward, ROW 2: B. Bailey, R. Landgrebe, ROW 3: Mr. Pooley ROW 1: B. Mooney, T. Colley, D. Gates, K. Robinson, J. Robey, ROW 2: B. Schoessel, S. Dingle, L. Brown, C. Pace, L. Bainum, F. Bayne, L. DeCantis, ROW 3: K. Anderton, A. Hedgepeth, S. Seminare 224 Thespians “Act well your part, for there all honor lies.’’ This is the moto of the In¬ ternational Thespian Society, an organization dedicated to the advancement of stan¬ dards of excellance in drama¬ tic arts. This year, our Troupe 1779, sponsored by Mr. Lee Pauley, has been very busy with numerous projects such as: hosting the Virginia State Thespian Conference, pre¬ senting, “The Skin of Our Teeth’’ as this year’s Thes¬ pian play, and sponsoring the Variety Show. This hard work¬ ing team truly deserves a round of applause. Thespians 225 Third World Experience ROW 1: B. Sampson, G. Jackson, Mr. Rich¬ ardson, A. Tennon, D. Tennon, ROW 2: S. Downing, A. Johnson, B. Cross, R. Holland, K. Dixon, ROW 3: K. Jackson, S. Carney, E. Mayo, M. Gaston, ROW 4: S. Jordon, R. Diggs, J. Meridith. The Third World Experience started a new event this year, an after school dance. Yes, a dance that was right after school. Students brought some favorite records so that they could boogie to their stimulating rhythms. It was a new trend and a could idea, all because the T.W.E. felt that the school spirit could benefit. 226 Third World Experience TWA VIDEO ROW 1: M. Carr, J. Leffler, S. Lovegren, S. Mitchel, L. Beaty, ROW 2: K. Imhoff, S. Sha¬ ron, S. Shage, M. Ruberton, D. Poland, L. Sumler, ROW 3: P. Shorten, J. Leffler, M. Shine, ROW 4: M. DeBiase, B. Super, T. Ary, K. D’Amico, M. Siegrist, J. Drexler, ROW 5: N. Lauterbach, S. Lovegren, H. Hollowell, P. O ' Neill, M. Jones, C. Braun, ROW 6: B. Schmitt, C, Anderson, K. Robinson, K. Von- ier, S. Coleman, ROW 7: L. Linden, A. Hedgepath, J. Lovegren, V. Williams, C. Dietzel, M. Carr (Pres.), K. Imhoff (VP), P. Shorten (Treas.) Third World Athletics is a club that is concerned with boy’s and girl’s sports. One of their concerns is helping sports in need of financial as¬ sistance. It is a club con¬ cerned with uniting girls and boys in a common goal, that of improving athletic sports in our school. ROW 1: T. Perkins, J. Loughridge, J. Shuck, Mr. McConnel, M. Kidwell, ROW 2: J. Good- wil, G. Scutt, C. Fetterman, B. Stenerson, T. Weaver, M. Wivkom, T. Cervantes, T. Esola, G. Weiford, B. Mathony, M. Cavell, M. Wilson, ROW 3: L. Kittei, M. Voils, J. Brodie Staff Goes First Class In Publication Of Yearbook As years go by and new experiences arise, we feel like a part of the past because we create a yearbook from events which have happened in our high school years. This year the Surveyor staff had many inexperi¬ enced members, but with the help of our sponsor, Mr. Thomason, and our editors, Barbara Wood and Sara Ruple, the staff became a working unit. Team Work was the key word in our efforts of presenting this 1976 yearbook. 228 Yearbook Staff SCHOOL LIFE SURVEYOR STAFF 75-76 Karen Bizier Martha Viau Mark Ipock FRESHMAN CLASS Beth Radford CLUBS P.J. O’Neill SOPHOMORE CLASS Kathy Lingan Wendy Hill ARTWORK Craig Oakley JUNIOR CLASS Nadege Bray PHOTOGRAPHERS Craig Allison Jim Zelloe SENIOR CLASS Sara Ruple Bill Boyne Pat Hallesy SPORTS Michelle Gerow SPONSOR Mr. Thomason Robert Wheeler Indrek Grabbi EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Barbara Wood FACULTY Cathy Cummings Grace Tinney ASSISTANT EDITOR Sara Ruple Social Studies PATRICK FREEMAN U.S. History 11th; Jr. Class Sponsor; Football Assist. Coach PAM HANNAH World Studies 9th 1 Oth; Sophomore Class Sponsor GORDON HILL U.S. Govt. 12th; Varsity Basketball Coach TIMOTHY KERLIN US Va. History 11th; Conflict Simulation; Wrestling—Head Coach MARY MULLINS US. His tory 11th 230 Social Studies JOAN KILPATRICK US. Govt. 12th; National Honor Society ROBERTA LERG US Va. History, Modern History; Senior Class Sponsor GEORGE LYONS Sociology, Govt. RICHARD MICHAELSON World History, Freshman Baseball BRUCE PATRICK World History 9th 10th; Varsity Basketball, Frosh Football DAVID POWELL Government 12th JAMES SPARLING III US Va. History; J.V. Baseball; J.V. Basketball Coach JACK ROBERTSON Psychology, Govt. Economics 11 12; Chairman S.S. Dept. GEORGE WHITE World Geography; Intramural Bowling Social Studies 231 Administration THOMAS J. HYER PRINCIPAL 232 Administration Main Office IM )• » f • ♦» ' IRIS CHAMBERS Guidance Secretary BERTHA KUNKLE Clerical Aide SHIRLEY FLAUGH Secretary MILDRED LAPSLEY Director of Pupil Services BILLIE GATES, Administrative Secretary JOAN O’BRIEN Finance Officer MIA OSHIMA ADP Operator Main Office 233 English CATHERINE COOLEY English II DOROTHY FELDMAN English I JOYCE JONES English I; Cheerleaders LINDA LA MANTIA English I JEANNE MORSE English II; Future Teachers of America TODD CROWLEY English I; Literary Magazine, Freshmen Basketball MEREDITH FINN English I; EM VEE HI; Journalism I II ANITAJOSEPH English I MARGARETLUNTER English I; Cheerleaders SHERYL OWENS English II 234 English HERMAN THOMASON English II; Dept. Chairman; Surveyor DONNELLE OXLEY English II; Junior Honor Society ELLENOR ROSE English I CYNTHIA RUFTY English II RICHARD THOMAS English II; Key Club; Soccer Coach JULIE WILSON English II MICHAEL ZURALOW English I; Forensics; Public Speaking I II English 235 236 Faculty Faculty 237 OVID BUTLER Math Department Chairman, Functions, Computer Science, Probability and Statistics, Analytic Geometry, Trigonometry, General Math CYNTHIA HAULER Genera! Math, Geometry, Algebra CONNIE JOHNSON Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry SANDRA KEIM Algebra, Functions STEPHEN KENDALL Algebra, Geometry, General Math ALKINCEL Algebra, Algebra II Comp., Computer Science, General Math, Asst. Football Coach, Head Winter Track Coach 238 Math DONALD McCOOL Math 11, Algebra 1, Geometry ERIC MCMILLAN Algebra 1, Geometry JOHN MILLER Algebra 1 WILLIAM NESBIT Consumer Math, Algebra 1, Geometry JOHN PRICE Physics, Math, Chess Club Sponsor HENRYSTERLE English, General Math 11,111 (NOT PICTURED) DAVID STOVER Functions, Probability and Statistics, Algebra 11, Math 11, TICKET MANAGER—(NOT PICTURED) WILLARD STRATTON Geometry, Algebra 11, Math 11 (NOT PICTURED) LOIS YEARICK Algebre 1, Algebra 11, Trigonometry, Calculus Math 239 Science ETHYLFRIDA AVERY Molecular Biology, Biology II PHYLLIS BAKER Chemistry, Biology I GEORGE DIRNER Ecological Biology ANNE DOTSON Biology I, Earth Science DAVID GIVENS Ecological Biology, Dept. Chairman, S.G.A. Advisor, Horticulture Club Sponsor ANNA HARDER Science Projects, Earth Science PHYLLIS HATCH Earth Science (Not Pictured) PAULMASKALENKO Chemistry JOHN PRICE Geometry, Physics DAVID SUHRE Chemistry, Earth Science HAROLD SWAIN Ecological Biology, Science Club Sponsor, Bible Club Sponsor Science 241 Foreign Language MARILYN AVOLI French I II, German II, III IV; French Club SONJABJORKLUND French I, German I II; German Club SONJADEHOSTOS Spanish I II CATHY FOX Spanish II, IV V ELEANOR LANDGRABE French III, IV V; French Honor Society; It ' s Academic Team 242 Foreign Language n WADE PRIVETTE French II III; Cross Country Track JOHN SETTER Spanish I II LEONARD VAUGHN Spanish I III; Spanish Club Honor Society; Inter. Club MARILYN WELCH Latin I, II III; Junior Classical League Foreign Language 243 Art, Home Economic Preforming Arts CAROL BELLONBY Drawing, Art, Crafts, Ceramics, Art Club Sponsor JAMES DASH Instrumental Music, Band Director, Music Theory VIONNAENDAHL Home Economics JERIS FRENCH Orchestra, Strings, Orchestra Sponsor (not pictured) LOUISE HOPKINS Dept. Chairman, Choral Director, Modern Music Masters Sponsor LINDA LANDBLOOM Art, Graphics, Senior Art, Ski Club Sponsor GLORIA DELRAHIM Sculpture, Painting, Art, Fashion Merchandising, Keyette Sponsor 244 JANE MEACHAM Home Economics I, Food Service, Science A. LEE PAULEY Drama I, II, III, IV, Thespian Sponsor LOIS PEIPER Home Economics, Sr. Home Economics 245 MARTHAALLEN PE; Basketball; Softball JOYCE FAIRBANKS PE; V. Hockey; Softball OLAN FAULK PE; Football Asst.; Gymsts. KENGAUDREAULT (not pictured) PE: FR. Football; Track DAVID GROVE Physical Education MIKE MILLAN Athletic Director Physical Education 246 Physical Education DEB HARLAN Health; PE MIKE SNYDER Physical Education ROSEMADREY PE; JV Hockey JOHN YEDNOCK Physical Education Physical Ed. 247 Business DOROTHY BROWN Typewriting, Accounting, Bookkeeping, Survey, Data Processing, FBLA ELIZABETH GALIE Business, Typewriting, Introduction To Business ANN JACOBSON BeginningTypewriting, Business Law, FBLA BRENDA LAM Stenography, Clerk Typewriting, Typewriting, Pep Club KAREN MILLER Business Data Processing, Typewriting, Busi¬ ness, FBLA MARY O’NEIL Stenography, OPP FLORENCE PLETT Business, Typewriting, Bookkeeping LUCY LOWMAN Chairman of Business Education Department, Coordinator of Cooperative Office Education, Stenography, Clerk Typing 248 Business Media Center mmm PRISCILLA BARKER, Assistant Librarian BARBARA LOWDEN, Library Aide, A.V. Aide TERRY McCONNELL, Media Specialists, Librarian Video Club, Photographic Arts Club PAM SPENCER, Head Librarian HELEN MACHONIS, Library Secretary HELEN TIPA (not pictured), Library Secretary i Vocational JAMES BATES I.C.T. 1, 11, VJ.C.A. DELORES J. CAROTHERS Cosmotology 1,11 TIM CHANEY D.E. 1,11 LESTER B. CROOM Industrial Arts, General Shop 1, I.C.T. LOUIS DECAMP Industrial Arts 1,11 LEROY W. GILES Jr. Auto Mechanics 250 Vocational SUSANNEP. PULLEN Cosmotology 1,11 BOYDE SHAFFER Maintenance and Repair 1 , 11 , 111 CHUCK SNELL D.E. 11,111 Dept. Chairman ALFREDTUDOR Electronics 1,11, World History (Not Pictured) KATHY HUTCHINGS Fashion Merchandising 1,11 JOHN C. McFEATURE Vocational Coordinator WILLIAM W. NURSE BasicTechnical Drawing, Archi¬ tectural Drawing, Engineer Drawing Cafeteha Workers-FRONT ROW—M. STROBEL, M. FRAZIER, R. THOMAS, M. HARRISON, N. ROOP M KLETTER G ROBINFTTF SFrniun ROW-O. KEANE, E. PARSONS, K. PARRY, H. LEWIS, C. ROBERTSON. THIRD ROW-F. STREET, MFILIPOVICH. RSHUMAN 252 Cafeteria Bus Drivers, Nurse, Driving Instructors FRONT ROW —K. ANDERSON, P. SANFORD, N. KELLS, C. KIDD, SECOND ROW —J. BORROR, G. SACCO, S. BENTON, A. GRIFFITH, P. BORROR, B. SHIFFLET, S. DICKEY, K. SPOONE, R. DECHANTS. VERDA RICHARDSON School Nurse MIKEFOGLIO Driving Instructor Baseball Coach RALPH FOX Driving Instructor 253 Individualized Instruction TOM ASHFORD Learning Disabilities ANN BENSON (Not Pictured) Prescriptive Learning Program JOHN BURGESS WECEP ROSEMARIE CLAUSS NOT PICTURED English Second Language MARTHASTORI Reading Specialist 254 Individualized Instruction Mrs. Clauss uses a Language Master to aid a student in learning the English launguage Individualized 255 Instruction COLONIAL VIRGINIA COOKERY Breakfast 8:30 am to 10:30 am Lunch 11:30 am to 4:00 pm Dinner 4 pm to 9 pm. 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MARGARET D. BARRY B.A. University of Maryland M.A. George Washington MR. JAMES F. BATES B.S. Cheyney State College MRS. CAROL C. BELLONBY A. B. Sweet Briar College M.A.T. Tulane University MR. FRANK BERNARD B. A. New York State M.A. New York University A.P.C. George Washington MRS. SONJAA. BJORKLUND B.A. Tennessee University MRS. DOROTHY BROWN B.A. Mary Washington MR. JOHN BURGESS B.A. East Carolina MR. OVID BUTLER B.A. Naval Academy M.A. George Washington MRS. DELORA J. CAROTHERS Voc. Cert. Austin Beauty College MR. TIMOTHY CHANEY B.A. Virginia Tech. MRS. ROSEMARYCLAUSS B.A. Wisconsin University MRS. CATHERINE COOLEY B.A. Mary Washington MR. LESTER B.CROOM B.A. East Carolina M.A. George Washington MR. TODD CROWLEY B.A. Tufts University MR. JAMES DASH B.M.E. Morehead State M.M. Morehead State MR. LOUIS DECAMP B.A. Frederick College MRS. SONJA L. DEHOSTOS B.A. Baylor University MRS. GLORIA DELRAHIM B.A. Maywood College MRS. DERRICK MR. GEORGE DIRNER B.A. Miami University M. Ed. Miami University MRS. ANNE DOTSON MRS. VIONNAENDAHL B.A. South Dakota State MRS. JOYCE P. FAIRBANKS B.A. Madison College MR.OLAN FAULK III A. A. Potomac State College B. A. West Liberty State College MISS FAULKNER MRS. DOROTHY FELDMAN B.A. Queens College of New York MRS. MEREDITH FINN B.A. American University MRS. FISHER MR. MICHAEL FOGLIO A. B. Shephard College MISS CATHERINE FOX B. A. Genesco State of N Y. MR. PATRICK FREEMAN B.A. St. Vincent College M.Ed. George Washington MRS. JERIS FRENCH B.M. New York State M.A. George Washington MRS. PAMELA K. HANNAH B.A. Madison College MRS. ANNA M. HARDER B.A. Immaculata College MISS DEBRA F. HARLAN A. A Peace College B. A. East Carolina MRS. CYNTHIA A. HAULER B.A. Bowling Green MR. GORDON A. HILL B.A. Pfeiffer College M.A. Virginia University MISS LOUISE HOPKINS A. B. Georgetown College M.A. Kentucky University MISS KATHLEEN A. HUTCHINGS B. A. Sacred Heart MR.THOMAS HYER M.Ed. George Washington MRS. ANN G. JACOBSON B.A. Concordia College MISSCONNIEJOHNSON B.A. Madison College MR. GARY J. JONES B.S. Tennessee University M.A. East Tennessee State MRS. JOYCE H. JONES B.A. Rutgers University MISS ANITA JOSEPH B.A. Pennsylvania State MR. VICTOR J. KAZLAUSKY B.A. Slippery Rock M.Ed. Pittsburgh University MRS. SANDRA KEIM B.A. Longwood College MR. STEPHEN KENDALL B.A. Virginia Tech. MR. TIMOTHY KERLIN B.A. Bowling Green MRS. JOAN H. KILPATRICK B.A. Davis and Elkins College MR. ALBERT KINCEL B.A. Newark State College MRS. BRENDA M. LAM B.A. Madison College MISS LINDA A. LAMANTIA A. B. Trinity College MRS. LINDA LANDBLOOM B. A. Madison College MRS ELEANOR LANDGRABE A.B. Georgetown University MISS MILDRED LAPSLEY A. B. Mary Baldwin College M.Ed. Virginia University MISS ROBERTAA. LERG B. A. Michigan State MISS LUCY LOWMAN M.A. George Washington Univ. MRS. MARGARET H. LUNTER A. B. Glenville State College M.A. Marshall University MR. GEORGE LYONS B. A. East Carolina M.A. East Carolina MRS. ROSEL. MADREY B.A. Elizabeth City State 262 MR. PAULMASKALENKO B.A. East Carolina M.A. North Carolina University MR. OSCAR MATCH mr. john McConnell B.A. DePauw University M.E. Temple University M.E. Virginia University MR. DONALD McCOOL MR. JOHN McFEATURE B.A. East Tennessee University mr. eric mcmillan B.S. Maine University M.Ed. American University MRS. JANES. MEACHAM B.A. Virginia Tech. MR. E. RICHARD MICHAELSON B.A. New York State MR. MIKEMILLAN B.A. George Washington M.A. George Washington MR. JOHN E. MILLER B.A. Emory and Henry College M.A. George Peabody College MR. JOHN MOFFAT B.A. George Washington M.A. George Washington MRS. AUDREY M. MORRISON B.A. California University MISS JEANNE MORSE B.A. East Carolina MRS. MULLINS MR. WILLIAM NESBIT B.A. Pennsylvania State MR. WILLIAM NURSE B.A. New York State University M.A. George Washington MRS. MARY O’NEIL B.A. Radford College MS. SHERYL OWENS B.A. Mount Holyoke College M.A. Middlebury College MISS DONNELLE L. OXLEY B.A. Carson-Newman College M.A. University of Maryland MR. BRUCE PATRICK B.A. North Carolina Wesleyan MR. ANDREW PAULEY B.F.A. Richmond Professional MRS. PHILLIPS MRS. LOSI M. PIEPER B.A. University of Minnesota MRS. FLORENCE L. PLETT B.A. Boston University MRS. DOROTHY M. PLYLER B.A. Miami University M S. Miami University MR. DAVID L. POWELL B.A. William and Mary M.Ed. University of Virginia MR. JOHN PRICE B.A. George Washington M.A. George Washington MR. WADEPRIVETTE B.A. Atlantic Christian College MR. THOMAS E. PROPPS B.A. West Virginia Tech. M.Ed. University of Virginia MRS. SUSANNEB. PULLEN Virginia Polytechnical Institute MRS. MARGARET REED A. B. Westhampton College M.A. University of Richmond MRS. NANCY H. RICHARDSON B. A. St. Lawrence University M.A. George Washington MR. JACK ROBERTSON MRS. ELEANOR K. ROSE A. B. Carnegie-Mellon U. MRS. CYNTHIA E. RUFTY B. A. William and Mary American University MR. JOHN D. SETTER B.A. University of North Dakota MR. BOYD SHAFFER Virginia Polytechnical Institute MR. MICHAEL SKINNER B.A. Shepherd College M.Ed. George Washington MR. HALLOCK P. SNELL B.A. Virginia Tech MR. EARNEST M. SNYDER B.A. Glenville State College M.A. George Washington MR. JAMES M. SPARLING III B.A. Madison MRS. PAM SPENCER MR. HENRY STERLE B.A. West Virginia MRS. MARTHA STORI MR. DAVID STOVER B.A. Clarion State College M.A. Virginia Tech MR. WILLARD STRATTON B.A. Morehead State University MR. DAVIDT. SUHRE B.A. College of Idaho M.A.T. New Hampshire MR. HAROLD SWAIN B.A. Alabama State M.A. Florida State MR. RICHARD THOMAS B.A. Alfred University MR. HERMAN V. THOMASON B.A. Fruman University M.R.E. Southern Seminary MR. ALFRED T. TUDOR B.A. Texas Western College M.A. University of Oklahoma MR. LEONARD E. VAUGHN B.A. McPhereson College B.D. Bethany Biblical Seminary M.A. Cornell University MISS POLLY WAID B.A. Radford College M.A. George Washington MR. DONALD WEINHEIMER B.A. LeMoyne College M.A. Syracuse University MRS. MARILYN K. WELCH B.A. Mercyhurst College MR. GEORGE WHITE B.A. Marshall University M.Ed. American University MRS. JULIEC. WILSON B.A. Howard University MRS. LOISM. YEARICK B.A. Connecticut College MR. JOHNYEDNOCK B.A. George Washington M.A. George Washington MR. MICHAEL ZURALOW B.A. George Washington 263 General Index Introduction Beginning Girls 185 Cosmotology 186 SCHOOL LIFE Debate Team 187 DECA 187 Graduation 10 Drill Team 188 Variety Show 12 Flag Corp 188 Fashion Show 13 EM VEE HI 189 Plays 14 Fashion Associates 189 Powder Puff Football 15 FBLA 190 Homecoming 16 FT A 191 Drama 22 FHA 191 College Night 23 Forensics 192 Book Nook 24 Foreign Students 192 Concert 26 French Honor Society 193 Award Banquet 27 French Club 193 German Club 194 CLASSES Horticulture Club 194 International Bowling Club 195 Freshman Class 32 International Club 195 Sophomore Class 46 Junior Classical League 196 Junior Class 62 Junior Class Council 196 Senior Class 82 Junior Honor Society 198 Key Club 200 SPORTS Keyettes 202 Literary Club 204 Varsity Football 134 Lighting Crew 205 JV Football 138 Madrigals 206 Freshman Football 139 Modern Music Masters 207 Varsity Cross Country 140 Mt Vernon Marching Majors 208 JV Cross Country 141 Aides 210 Varsity Girls Tennis 142 Pep Club 211 JV Girls Tennis 143 Photo Club 212 Girls Varsity Hockey 144 Spanish Club 213 Girls JV Hockey 145 SGA 214 Varsity Wrestling 146 SIC 218 JV Wrestling 150 Stage Band 219 Freshman Wrestling 151 Senior Honor Society 220 Varsity Basketball 152 Ski Club 222 JV Basketball 155 Social Studies Forum 223 Freshman Basketball 157 Thespians 224 Swimming 158 Third World Experience 226 Winter Track 160 TWA 227 JV Girls Gymnastics 162 Video 227 Girls Varsity Basketball 164 Yearbook Staff 228 Girls JV Basketball 1165 Varsity Soccer 166 FACULTY JV Soccer 167 Varsity Tennis 168 Administration 232 Golf 169 English Department 234 Girls JV Softball 170 Social Studies 236 Varsity Softball 170 Math 238 Girls Track 170 Science 240 Boys’ Gymnastics 171 Foreign Language 242 Boys ' Baseball 171 Art 244 SpringTrack 171 Home Economics 244 Baseball 172 Preforming Arts 244 Physical Education 246 CLUBS Business 248 Media Center 249 Art 176 Vocational 250 AV 176 Cafeteria 252 Barbershop 177 Bus Drivers 253 Bible Club 178 Nurse 253 Chess Club 178 Driving Instructors 253 Color Guard 179 Individualized Instruction 254 Freshman Cheerleaders 180 JV Cheerleaders 181 ADS 256 Varsity Cheerleaders 182 Select Girls 184 INDEX 264 Concert Choir 184 Mixed Chorus 185 EPILOGUE 280 264 Student Index ACKERSON, NORMAN 34 ACKERSON, DOUGLAS 84,222,201 ADAMS, DONALD JEFFREY ADAMS, LUCYR. 222 ADAMS, LINDA J. ADDAMIANO, PAOLA D. 34 ADDAMIANO, NATALE J. 84 ADEM, MELANIE A. 34 ADEM,CHERYL M. 84 ADINARO, CLAIRE A. 64 ADINARO, MARIANNE 84,184,220,207 AHN, YOUNG RAN 85 AIKIN, DAVID M. 64 AITKEN, MARK 864 AKAGI, CYNTHIA L. 193 AKERS, DEBORAH R. 64,187 AKRIDGE, HAROLD K. 84,184,207,206 ALDANA.TYE LOUIS 34,222 ALEXANDER, LEONA R. 64,192 ALEXANDER, KATHERINE M. 193,130 ALEXANDER, MARC R. 84,187,221,206, 192,193 ALFORD, DEBRA E. 64,221,206,209,196, 213 ALLEN, ETHEL R. 18,34,185,39 ALLEN,STEPHEN B. ALLEN, DAVID L. 64 ALLEN, ANITA MAE 85,187 ALLIASON, SARAH E. 34 ALLISON, JOHN C. 64,229 ANDERSON, NANCY B. ANDERSON, SHARI L. 34 ANDERSON, GORDON E. ANDERSON, LISA MARIE 222 ANDERSON, ROYW. ANDERSON, JAMES F. ANDERSON, JANICE G. 64 ANDERSON, JANIS LEA ANDERSON, TAMMIE LYNN 64 ANDERTON CATHERINE J. 64,220,227,213 ANDERTON, K. 224 ANDERSON, CHARLES B. 130 ANDERSON, JONATHAN D. 85 ANDERSON, PAULS. 85,201 ANDRAE, GARY A. 34 ANDRAE, RAYMOND R. 64,219 ANDREWS, ROBERT C. 34 ANDREWS, BRENDA 64 ANDREWS, SUSAN LYNN 85,187 ANSTEY, CLAIRE L. 34 ANSTEY, SUSAN J. 64,193 ANTONIOLI, JEFFREY 34 ANTONIOLI, ANTHONY 85,176 ARBAUGH, TERRI L. ARBAUGH, BARRY L. 85,187 ARGO, CHRISTOPHERS. 34 ARGO, MARGARET J. ARKWRIGHT, ANNE M. ARKWRIGHT, MARY J. 130 ARNOLD, DENISE KAREN 85 ARRINGTON, CAROLS. 64 AHN, RAN YOUNG 184 ARY, TERESA A. ASKEW, DAVID BARTON 34 ASKEW, LEAH CARLYLE 64,189 ATKINS, PATRICIA L. 34 ATKINS, DAVID W. ATKINS, NANCY E. 204 ATWELL, ANDREA L. 34,185 AVERY, BRYAN W. AYERS, MELANIE A. 34 AYO, DENNIS J. BABBINGTON, WILLIAM P. 85 BABCOCK, DOUGLAS A. 85 BABER, AMY E. 34 BACH, NANCY LOUISE 85,18 4,220,207,206 BACHE, MARIA 185 BACHE, STEPHEN W. BACHE, JEFFREYC. 85,195 BAGLEY, JOY F. 64 BAGWILL, CAROLYN J. BAILEY, WILLIAM A. 224 BAINUM, LORI K. 34 BAINUM, LISAK. 86,224 BAIR, JOSEPH, MICHAEL 86 BAIRD, THOMAS W. 34,222,137 BAIRD, WILLIAM F. 134 BAKER, ALICE MARIE 64 BALL, CECELIA 185 BALL, OTELIA 34 BALL, VICTORIA LYNN 34,185,211 BALL, DEAN RAY 64,220 BALL, MICHAEL L. 64,185 BALL, FLOYD C. 86 BAMSEY, BARBARA ANN BANNISTER, DENNIS S. BARFELS, ANGELA G. 64,211,189 BARFOOT, ALISON L. 64,213 BARKER, REGINA K. 64 BARNES, JULIEA. 34,211 BARNES, KATHRYN J. 34,185,221,206,203 BARNER, DORTHIA A. BARNES, WALTER L. BARNES, GARY R. 64 BARNES, CYNTHIA K. 86,184,221,190 BARNES, KENNETH D. 86,201 BARR, CINDY 185 BARRETT, JUDITH C. 185 BARROWCLOUGH, ROBERT 64 BARRY, PAMELA D. 64 BARTANEN, MICHAEL F. 34 BARTELL, LISA 34,176,185,204 BARTHOLF, JOHN P. 34 BARTHOLF, PAIGE F. 64,13 BARTLETT,JEFFREYJ. 130 BASHAM, CARA L. 86,184 BASS, JOSEPH L. 34 BATISTAS, MARIE 86 BATKA, WILLIAM J. 34 BATTON, CLYDE L. 64 BATTON, MARGOT S. 86 BAUER, LINDA M. 34 BAUER, CHRIST. BAUMANN, SUSAN E. 64,184,189 BAXTER, JAMES D. 34 BAXTER, CYNTHIA J. BAYNE III, MACKC. BAYNE, FAISIAT. 86,184,224 BEAHM, BRADLEYS. BEAHM, TERI J. 191 BEAHM, LINDAS. 86,29,184,221,207 BEARS, EMILY A. BEARS, EARL WHITMAN 87 BEASLEY, ALEN D. 65,201 BEASLEY, JIM 65 BEASLEY, SUSAN 130 BEATY, LYNDA LEE 227 BEAVER, BONITA G. 34 BEAVER, LARRY D. 87 BECKLER, BONNIES. 65,186 BEDNAR, LORRY M. 87 BEENE, DEBBIE SUE BEHM, DEBORAH S. 65,222,203 BEHRENS, EDWARD C. 87 BELDEN, RICHARD A. 222 BEMENT, WAYNE D. 222 BENA, JOHN M. 222,201 BENDER, BONNIE K. 87,186 BEREND, BARBARA J. 65 BERG, CHRISTOPHER SCOTT 34 BERG,JEFFREY LEE BERG, JON ROBERT 87,220 BERNARD, TANIA M. 34,185 BERNARD, JAYNE E. BERNARD, JANINE M. 87 BERRY, EVELYN J. 34 BERRY, KELLIE M. 34,195 BERRY, EDWARD L. BERRYMAN, EDWARD J. 134 BERRY, MICHAEL W. 87,195 BEVILLE, JAMES B. 65 BICOY, MARIE T. 34,185 BICOY, MICHAEL BICOY, DON P. 87,220,193 BIEHL, HARRY BIONDOLILLO, PATRICIA M. 65,184,196 BIXLER, SAMUEL D. BIZIER, KAREN 65,229,221,203 BLANDING, WAYNE R. BLANDING, WALTER HENRY 87,198 BLATCHER, DONALD J. BLATCHER, GARY F. 87 BLESSO, RICHARD J. 35 BLIGH, LAURAC. 196 BLIZZARD, DIANNA L. BLIZZARD, DEBORAH L. 65 BOARDMAN, CONSTANCE P. 88,12 BODSON, TRACY E. 65 BOEHME, CATHERINE 35 BOGINIS, JOHNC. 35 BOGINIS, PATRICIA A. BOINEST, EILEEN M. 35 BOINEST, JAMES W. JR 35,136 BOINEST, BARBARA A. 65 BOLIN, JERRY WRAY BOLTON, JOSEPH F. BOLTON, CAROL L. 65 BOLTON, WILLIAM F. 88 BOMBARD, CHARLES E. 88 BONA, DAVID J. BONA, JAMES L. 65,131 BORG, ROGERA. 65,222,201 BOROWSKY, PATRICIA M. 35 BORROR, JOHNE. 88 BORUM, DENIS R. 219,88,207 BOSTER, MELISSA E. 65,189 Student Index 265 BOTTS, RONALD M. BOUCHER, JAMES M. 35 BOUCHER, KENNETH R. BOWEN, MITCHELL R. BOWEN GLYNDA MICHELE 88,190 BOWERS, EDWARD WILSON 35 BOWIE, LINDSAY A. BOWLIN, DAVID W. 88,65 BOYCE, JAMES E. 65,222 BOYD, DIANA M. 35 BOYD, ADLAI BOYD, LINDA M. 88 BOYNE, BILL JAMES 88,229,148 BRACKEN, DAVIDS. 201 BRACKEN, STEPHEN T. 88,222,201 131 132 BRADBERRY, JEFFREY W. 65 BRADEMAN, ROYCE ATWELL 89 BRADLEY, KATHYA. BRADLEY, SUSAN M. 89 BRAGG, MARY A. 65,189 BRAGG, ROYC. 89 BRAMAN, LISA 35 BRAMAN, MATTHEW W. BRAMAN,KENNETH JOSEPH 89 BRAMAN, KEVIN F. 89 BRANDT, PAMELA J. 35 BRANDENBURG, BRENDA J. 185 BRANE, BRENDAS. 65,210,190 BRANE, BETTY ANN 89 BRANT, PAMELA D. 65,184 BRAUN, CHRISTINA I. 89,29 222 221 218 217,203,227,15 BRAY, NADEGEB. 65,73,229 BREEDEN, DAWN E. 35,185 BREEDEN, GARY WAYNE 89 BREEN, MICHAELT. BREUEL, MARGARET E BRICKENSTEIN, MARY 89 BRIGHAM, MICHAEL E. 35 BRIGHAM, DEBORAH 89,204 BRIGHAM, SCOTT D. 89,184,207 206 BRILL, DOUGLAS A. 35 BRITTAIN, CYNTHIA A. 35 BRITTAIN, REBECCA G. 65,187 BRODIE, JOHN R. 65,205,227 BROGDEN, RONEY L. BROOKS, AGNEST. BROOKS, JEFFREY R. BROOKMAN, PATRICIA K. 65 196 194 BROUGHTON, BENITA BROWN, ALBERT JR. 35 BROWN, ELEANORT. 35 BROWN, ALISON L. BROWN, CYNTHIA G. 186 BROWN, CATHY 66 BROWN, VENITRAA. BROWN, DALTON T. BROWN, ELIZABETH E. BROWN, GEORGEA. 66 BROWN, GORDON A. 66 BROWN, KARENS. BROWN, LESLIE 0. 66 BROWN, LYNDA M. 66 BROWN, MARVA 66 BROWN, TIMOTHY L. BROWN, GREGORY W. 130 BROWN, LORI D. 224,90,17,196 BROWN, MICHAEL L. 90 131 BROWN, VANESSA L. 9o’ BROWN, WILLIE T. BROYLES, CLAUDIA S. BRUCE, BRENDA LEE 90,203,213 BRYAN, WILLIAM W. 66,131 BUI, NGOC H. 66,185 BUKALSKI, STANLEY C BULLOSS, LESLIE K. 66,196 BURDEN, EDDIE C. 35 BURDEN, WILLIE 0. BURDELSKI, ROBIN A. BURDEN, JAMES K. BURKARD, MARY ELLEN 35 BURKARD, MAUREEN ANNE BURKARD, MARGUERITE M. 184 BURKE, DENNIST. 35 BURKE, ERIN L. BURKE, PATRICK M. 134 266 Student Index BURKE, KYRA A BURKE, DAVID M. BURNETTE, CHARLES A. 35 BURNETTE, WAYLAND E. 66 BURNS, KATHLEEN M. 35 BURNS, MICHELLE M. 90 BURTON, GAYL. 35,210 BUTCHKO, KRISTENNA 35 BUTLER, KATHLEEN R. 35,185 BUTLER, KEITH A. 35 BUTLER, SUSAN L. BUTLER, JACKIE DONALD 66 BUTLER, RICHARD B. 66,131 BUTTERFIELD, BRADE. BYRNE, ANN MARIE 191,130 CACHO, DENIS A. 66 CADY, JAMES 90 CAJIGAS, DAWNC. 90,211,191,203 CAMP, BRYAN THOMAS 187,192 CAMPBELL, BONNIE J. 35 CAMPBELL, KAREN J. CAMPBELL, JOHN J. 90 CANADAY WILLIAM E. 35 CANADAY, BETTY A. 90 CANIPE, KENNETH R. 35 CANUP, MARY I. 35 CAREY, DANA L. 66 CARLETON,JOSEPHM. 134 CARNAHAN,ROBERT CARNEY, SABRENAD. 226 CARNEY, DANIEL F. 90 CAROTHERS, CYNTHIA D. 35 CARPENTER, ROBIN R. 35 CARPENTER, BRENDA R. 186 CARPENTER, CARLD CARPENTER, CHARLES T. CARPENTER, AMYL. 66,184 CARPENTER, GARY L. 66 CARPENTER, LARRY L. 66 CARPENTER, PILAR M. 66,213 131 CARR, MARGARET A. 35,227 CARR, DAVID R. CARR, REBECCAS. CARR, MAUREEN THERESE 91 213 CARR, SUSAN A. 203 CARREN, THOMAS EDWARD CARROLL, MICHAEL A. 35 CARROLL, VALERIE L. 91 CARRUTHERS, JOHNS. 66 CARSON, JAMES D. 35 CARSON, TRICIA RENE 91 CARTS, MARTIN A. 185 CARTS, ROBERT M. 66 CASASSA, MARK A. 91 CASTILLO, MELISSA E. 91 CASTILLO, YVONNE M. 91 CATCHPOLE, RICHARD C. 66 CAUDILL, BARBARAANN 91,189 CAUFIELD, WILLIAM G. 35 CAULFIELD, EVAN D. 187 CAVELL, MARK 176,227 CECCI, ANTHONY V. 134 CERVANTES, ANTHONY M. 35,176 227 CHACON, JOSE M. 35 CHALOUX, JANET M. 35 CHALOUX, PAUL N. JR. 206 CHAPMAN, CHRISTOPHERS. 35 CHAPMAN, KELLYG. 91,184 CHARNEY, KATHLEEN J. CHASTAIN, JOHN E. 91 CHERNAULT, ELIZABETH A. 66 CHESNEAU, CLAUDIA J. 204,199,213 CHESTER, CHARLOTTE L. 211 CHIKALLA, SUSAN 66 CHILDERS, JEAN M. 191,186 CHILDERS, GREGORY JAY 91,219 CHILDERS, THOMAS E. 91,130 131 CHISM, CYNTHIA 185 CHRISTIANSEN, KATHYE CHRISS, SCOTT A. 66 CHRISTENSEN, DOUGLASA. 66 CHRISTNER, WALLACE E. 66,220 CHURCH, WANDA DARLENE 92 CIANTO, DONALD J. 35,222 CIANTO, DIANA M. 66,211 CICCONE, TERESA A. 35 CICCONE, ROBERTJ. 66,194 153 CIOFFI, JEANNE M. CLARK, PETER B. 35 CLARK, PRISCAR. 35,206 CLARK, ROBERT L. CLARK, SHERRI L. 35 CLARK, CATHYA. 66 CLARK, PETRA C. 66,203 CLARK, JOHN M. 92 CLEVELAND, MICHAEL R. CLEVELAND, CLINTM. 92 CLEVENGER, WINSTON D. 92,185 210 201 CLOUD, BRENTON LLOYD 35 CLOUD, BRAD W. 67,222 CLUBB, CHRISTOPHER W. 92,131 COATES, CHR ISTINE L. COFIELD, CARLA C. COGLEY, KIMBERLY A. 35 COGLEY, JERRY E. 92 COGSWELL, BINETTET. 67 COKENOUR, MICHAEL A. 36 COLBURN, LEE EDWARD 67,131 COLDEN, DIANNES. 92 COLE, RANDOLFR. 36 COLE, BRIAN M. COLEMAN, HAMPTON W. COLEMAN, SHANNON H. 67,18 27 COLIGURE, RICHARD J. 36 COLIGURE, BOBBI J. 67 COLLEY, ANN M. 36,213 COLLEY, TERESA L. 67,224 COLLINS, LELAJ. 67,185,187 COLLINS, RICHARD R. 92 COLOMBO, PATRICIA ANN 92 COLYER, RICHARD B. 67 COLYER, SUSAN G. 92,211,221 COMBS, BARBARA A. 67,186 COMER, DEBRA SUE 92 COMPTON, DELORIS K. 93 CONANT, ROBIN L. 36 CONDRAY, JOHNC. 36 CONDRAY, PATRICK M. CONDRAY, CATHERINE M. 222 CONLEY, DAVID JAY 36 CONLEY, DEIRDREA. 93 CONLIN, BRIAN K. 131 CONSTANT, SUSAN M. 67,222,211 CONNALY, D. 220,193 CONWAY, JOAN M. 198,213 COOPER, DONALDS. 219 COPAS, SUZANNE L. 93,184 COPPER, BETTY S. 186 COPPERTHITE CRAIG A. CORBIN, JACQUELINE L. 93,187 CORMIER, RANDALL K. 36 CORMIER, WANDA K. 67,211,195,187 CORNWELL, JAMES N. COSTELLO, TIMOTHY J. 36 COSTELLO, PATRICK J. COTNER, THOMAS V. 93 COX, GORDON C. 184 COX, LAURA P. 36 COX, NANCY B. 36 COX, SUSAN E. 36,211 CRABBE, MATTHEW L. 36 CRACKNELL, TACIE J. 36 CRACKNELL, WILLIAM H. 67 CRADDOCK, KELLY M. 213 CRAM, PATRICKS. CRAWFORD, JULIE 67 CRAWLEY, JOY A. CREEKMORE, REBECCAA. CRISP, SHAWN M. 36,205 CRISWELL, BONNIET. CROOM, WILLIAM M. CROSS, BARBARA A. 36,226 CROWLEY, SANDRA L. CROWLEY, ANTHONY EDWARD 93,29,220, 201,193 CRYTZER, ELIZABETH H. CRYTZER, BRUCE M. 67,148 CULVER, LINETTEL. 67,196,194 CUMMINGS, CATHERINE E. 93,222,229 CUNNINGHAM, MARK W. 36 CUNNINGHAM, TINA M. 67 CUPP, BEVERLYG. CURRENCE, NEILL. 67 CURTIS, JANE M. 36 CURTIS, CHARLES D. JR. 67 CUTTER, RENE CATHERINE 199,213 CUTTING, PAUL J. 36 CUTTING, ROSEMARY A. 67,184,221,203 CYPHER, DOUGLAS D. CZERWINSKI, JIMMY M. 36 CZERWINSKI, DIANA M. DAGOSTINO, ANNE LOUISE 93,220,206 DAMICO, CATHERINE M. 36,204 DAMICO, ELIZABETH A. 67,189 DAMICO, THOMAS A. 93 DANCY, KATRINA E. DANCY, NAOMI PATRICIA DANFORTH, ALLISON 36 DANIEL, JAMES E. 36 DANIEL, LADONNA 36 DANIEL, JOSEPH G. 67,131 DAN I ELI, MARK J. 67,201,131 DANIEL, MARIAN RHEA 93,21 DAOULAS, CHRISTOS J. 131,134 DAOULAS, JOHN C. 93,131,133 DARDEN, ROBIN A. DAUGHTRY, MARY ANNA 67 DAUS, JOHN DJEM DAVENPORT, LYNNE B. 222 DAVENPORT, RICHARD L. DAVENPORT, DANIEL C. 94,213 DAVEY, JILL C. 36 DAVIDSON, ANTHONY DAVID, EDDIE 185 DAVIS, GUY W. 36 DAVIS, LEE A. 36 DAVIS, MARK R. 36 DAVIS, PAMELA K. 36 DAVIS, CHARLESS. DAVIS, GARY L. DAVIS, JAMES E. DAVIS, DEBRAA. 67,213 DAVIS, EDWARD C. 67 DAVIS, MARKS. DAVIS, DEBRAS. 94 DAVIS, VICKIE L. 94 DAWSON,DANNY RAY DAY, KATHY 36 DEAN, ANNE W. 36,44 DEAN, WARREN T. 36 DEAN, CHERYLLYNN 94,207 DEANE, DEANNA D. 94,29,220,207,193 DEAVERS, WILLIAM D. 134 DEAVERS, WESLEY D. DEAVERS, DIANE FEE 94 DEBIASE, MARGARET R. DECANTIS, LINDA ANN 94,224,203 DELACONCEPCION, JOSEPH DELACONCEPCION, JEFF 67 DELARAMA, LAURAS. 67 DELLINGER, NICHOLAS E. DELOPEZ, BOPHA 36 DEMAAR, JOHN M. 67,222 DEMARS, ELIZABETH DEMERS, WILLIAM G. 36 DENISON, RICHARD D. 94 DENNY, CHRISTOPHERT. DENTON, TERRY N. 36 DENTON, DAVID D. 67,70 DENZER, PATTI J. 191,198 DENZER, SUE ANNE 94 DEOLAZO, MARIAS. 36 DERAMO, THERESA A. 68,222,189 DETELICH, JEFFREY M. 68 DEVINE, DOROTHY 36 DEWEESE JOAN MARIE 94,184,221,207 DEWISPELAERE, LEEANNE 222,184 DEWISPELAERE, DAN D. 68,201,131 DEZULOVICH, DARRELLJ. 94 DICKERSON, MONITR. 194 DICKINSON, JEROME F. 36 DICKINSON, JAMES D. 187 DICKINSON, JOHN C. 68 DIETZEL, CHARLES B. 68,185,196,131,132, 161 DIGGS, LENA MAE 36 DIGGS, ROBERT E. 226 DIGGS, RONNiEL. 153 DIGGS, BILLIE E. JR. 94,131 DILALLO, KEVIN S. 68,221,196,213 DIMARINO, THERESA A. 68 DINGER, MICHAELJ. DINGLE, SANDRA M. 95,21,224,205 DINH, HU YEN CHAU THI 68 DINUNZIO, GINA MARIA 95,190 DIXON, KIM N. 226 DO, KIM HANG 68 DOAN,CHARLES W. DOE, DENISES. 36 DOERTY, BRIAN H. 36 DOERTY, LESLIE L. 68 DOLINGER, GARY A. 95 DONAHUE, ERIN L 68 DONNELL, SUSAN D. 193,213 DONNELLY, VIRGINIA JEAN 95,207,206 DONOVAN, DON R. 95 DOROUGH, THOMAS A. 68,184,194 DOUCETTE, DOREEN M. DOUGHERTY, WILLIAM T. 36 DOUGLAS, MOLLY JOE DOUVLAS, AMY ESTELLE 68 DOWNING, TOMMY JR. DOWNING, SHIRLEY A. 226 DOYLE, WILLIAM J. 36 DOYLE, STEVEN M. DOYLE, JOHN PAUL 95,222,223,218,217 DRESSLER, DWAYNE A. 95,221,219 DREXLER, AMYL. 184,198,194 DREXLER, JAN C. 68,220,227 DRISCOLL, SUSAN L. 96 DRISCOLL, JAMIE 95,204 DUCKWORTH, SHARON A. 96 DUFF, VIRGINIA A. DUFF, RAYMOND E. 68 DUFOUR, DARLENE R. DUKE, DENISE E. DUKE, TERESA KAY 68 DUMONT, CORRINEE. 96 DUNAWAY, JOHN A. 68,131 DUNKLEY, DARLENE 211 DUNKLEY, MAXINE DUNKLEY, MABLEE. 96 DUNKUM, CYNTHIA G. 191 DUNMIRE, GAIL D. DUNMIRE, BRADLEY D. 96,131 DUNN, CINDY LOUISE 96,222 DUNNING, DAVID LEE 68 DUPREE, JEFFREY D. DUPREE, DIANE C. 68,187 DURRER, EVAM. 36 DUVALL, JOAN L. DUVALL, SUSAN M. 213 Student Index 267 DUVARNEY, MARK W. DYSON, JAMES N. 36 EAKIN, DAVID MARK EASTON, JAMES N. 206,199 EASTON, EDWARD MERRILL 131 EDDY, BRIAN S. 68 EDENTON, FAYE P. EDWARDS, RHONDA J. EDWARDS, WILLIAM DALE EFTHEMES, GREGG SAMUAL 36 EGGER, BRIAN JON 36 EHMER, JOHN S. ELAM, KAREN LORRAINE 68,213 ELLER, TERRI ANN 36,185 ELLER,TONYL. 185,134 ELLIOTT, KAREN A. 36 ELLIOTT, MARYG. ELLIOTT, ROBERT B. ELLIOTT, THOMAS B. 68 ELLIOTT, WILLIAM BERNARD 68 ELLIOTT, MARKS. EMBREY, PATRICK T. 178,205 EMMONS, LESLIE A. 36,213 ENG, DIXIE LEE 68,73,221,218,189 ENGLEHARDT, NANCYJ. 199,213 ENNULAT, DEAN P. 36 EPPERSON, LAURAANN 68 EPPERT, BRETT. L. 187 ESOLA, TIMOTHY P. 227 ESOLA, ROBERT W. 68 ESOLA, VICTOR F. ESTRADA GUADALUPE 68,189 ESTRADA, ELIZABETH A. 190 ETHERINGTON, GARY D. 130,131 EVANS, TONY R. EVANS, MICHAEL CARL 206,201 EVENSON, DANAM. 204 FADLEY, GREGORY A. 36 FAIRCLOTH, NANCY A. 36 FARRELL, PANA 69 FARWELL, RANDALL G. 201 FAUCETTE, JERRY L. 36 FAUCETTE, JEFFREY L. 131 FAULCONER, MARY JANE 187 130 FAY, WARREN D. 205 FEDARKO, NEALS. 223 FENSTERMAKER, SUSAN LAURI 69 22. 189,196,194 FERGUSON, DAWN M. 36 FERRARO, MARIA. 185 FERRIN, JAY F. 37,185 FERRIS, CAROLINE C. 37 FETTERMAN, CHERYL J. 227 FETTERMAN, SANDRA 184 FIALKOWSKI, JOYCE E 37 FIALKOWSKI, GAYLE E. FIEFFER, DEBORAH L. 69,64 FIELD, WILLIAM C. 268 Student Index FIELDS, TRACEY L. 37 FILIPOVICH, KARLA J. 37,190 FINLEY, MICHAEL J. FISCHER, ELIZABETH SUSAN 69,211 195 FISHER, RICHARD P. FISHER, MELISSA K. 222,184 FISHER, DAVID K. FISHER, STEVEN M. FLAKE, DAVID M. 29,221,207 FLANAGAN, DAVID P. 37 FLANAGAN, JULIA 37 FLANAGAN, BRETT FLANAGAN, JOHN LAYTON 69 FLATTERY, PATRICIA E. 69,203 FLATTERY, SEAN P. 222,148 FLEEK, KENNETH C. 69 FOGLIO, BRENDA LEE FOLTZ, MARY E. 69,184,221,203,193 FONSECA, IRMA GUADALUPE FORMAN, PATRICIA B. 69 FORREST, ELLEN M. FORSTER, ELLEN 137 FORESTER, E. 211 FORSTER, GEORGES. 69 FORSYTHE, SANDRA KAY FOSTER, CLIFTON 37 FOSTER, PATRICIA J. 37,185 FOSTER, VICKY L. 37 FOSTER, BETTYE K. FOSTER, ELIZABETH A. FOSTER, KAREN P. FOSTER, KIMBERLY A. 198 FOSTER, TRACY L. 198 FOSTER, BEVERLY A. 189 FOSTER, KAY LYNN 69,70,222 FOSTER, WILLIAM JOSEPH 69,153 FOSTER, LESLIE M. 198 FOSTER, SHELIA FOUNTAINE, MICHAEL FOWLER, CRAIG W. FRAILEY, WILLIAM SCOTT 69,222,194 FRALEY,DALLAS E. 187 FRANK, SUSAN CAROL 69,186 FRAZIER, DONALD N. FREANEY, MARKS. 37 FREANEY, DAVIDS. 37 FREDRICK, TIMOTHY ERIC FRENCH, JAMES F. FREUND, JEFFREY I. FRIEDMAN, KAYS. 37 FRIEDMAN, WILLIAM J. 69 FRIEDMAN, CORDELIA FROELICH, JAMIE SUE 189,191,203 FRYE, THOMAS A. FUGH, JUSTINAC. 37 FULLER, CAROL L. FULLER, ELAINE FRANCES 69 FULLERTON,LAURA FULLERTON LESLIE FURGERSON, JAMES E. 187 FURROW, CATHYT. 184 FUTRELL, HAROLD E. 69 GABBERT JR., RONALD D. GABRIEL, JOANNE MARIE GAEBEL, JOHN EARL GAINER, RICHARD L. GALLAGHER, DONALD E. 37 GALLAGHER, JOHN R. 69 GALLAGHER, DANIEL KEITH 69 GALLAHAN, DAVID L. GALLOWAY, MICHELLE LYNN 69 GALUPO 67 GAMBLE, WILLIAM C. 37 GARLAND, KAREN M. 37 GARLAND, JOHNNY SCOTT 69 GARRETT, JEFFREY P. 37 GARRETT, STEPHEN S. GARRETT, CHRISM. 69 GARRETT, ELIZABETH J. 186,69 GARVEY, KARLENEP. GARVEY, SEAN ANTHONY 69 GASKILL, TIMOTHY B. 69 GASTON,JOSEPH 37 GASTON, MARY R. 226,37 GATES, BARRY S. GATES, DONALD DEAN 22,224 GATLIN, KAREN L. 184,189 GATLIN, KIMBERLY A. 131,69 GAUMER, ABBYY. 37 GAUPP, BRIAN ERIC 195 GAUPP, WAYNE ROBERT 195,213 GEARY, TIMOTHY A. 37 GEARY, SEAN GEGENHEIMER, HARRY L. GEROW, EDWARD J. 136,148 GEROW, FRANCIS W. 136,69 GEROW, MICHELLEA. 229,213 GIBBS, ANNE K. 37,222 GIDEON, KIMM. 37,222 GIDEON, LEFAM. GILBERT, ANN M. 37,222,213 GILLISON, GARYJ. 69 GLASBY, DEBRA J. 211,69 GLASGOW, MARY HELEN GLASS, LAURA R. 37 GLOSSNER, WILLIAM EUGENE 69,219 GODDARD, VERA L. 69 GODFREY, PETERT. 134 GODFREY, MARKB. 201 GOFF, CHRISTINA M. 69,196,193 GOLDING, CYNTHIA LU 193 GOLIASH, ANNE H. GOLIASH, PATRICIA ANNE 221,213 GOOCH, SUSAN K. 37,211 GOODCHILD, PATRICIA M. 37,218,211 GOODCHILD, LESLEY C. 207,16 GOODWIN, BARBARA J. 37 GOODWIN, NANCY K. 37 GOODWIN, JOHN L. 227 GOODWYN, ROBERTT. GORDON, TAMMY ANN GORDON, STEWART A. 219 GORRELL, CATHY M. GORRELL, MICHAEL L. GORWITZ, JOANNA M. 37,194 GORWITZ, PATRICIA N. 29,221 203 GOSNELL, LYNN M. GOULTRE, TERESA DARLENE GRABBI, KRISTJAN 222,194 GRABBI, INDREK 229,201 GRAHAM, BRUCE K. GRANDE, DONNA L. 37,193 GRANSBACK, GREG K. 69 GRANT, DAVID EARL 184 GRAY, DOROTHYS. GRAYSON, PROCTOR A. 134 GREEN, LAURAA. 37,185 GREEN, DAVID P. 70,184 GREEN, SANDRAS. GREEN, WILLIAM ROBERT GREGORIE, ALAN ROSS 70 GRICE, CATHY DEE GRICE, RUSSELL L. GRIFFITH, BRUCE R. 37 GRIFFIN, CHARLES E. 70 GRIFFIN, JAMES E. 27,131 GRIFFITH, EDWIN JAMES 219 GRIFFITH, JEFFERY D. GRIMES, CLEVE A. 187 GROOVER, DAVID L. GROSSMAN, FREDERICK C. GROVER, SHARI L. GROVER, ROBERT DEAN 70 GRUBB, MICHAEL D. GRUBB, GINA 186 GRUBB, FRANKLIN DALE GULLEDGE, ROGERS. GUSMAN, LYNN C. 37,178,185 GUSMAN, LARRYJ. 187,178,223,192 GUTTENBERG, KAREN L. GUYER, PAULAS. 37 GUYER, REBECCA L. HAGAN, JOHN M. HAGERUP, ELLENS. 185 HAIGLEY, THOMAS B. 37 HAJDU,FRANK M. 37 HALE, LYDIAA. HALE, EVELYN PATRICIA 70,211,195 HALE, CORIE E. 131,153 HALL, CLYDE A. JR. HALL, JULIE A. 37 HALL, HAROLD L. HALL, LANETN. 70 HALL, LAURI ELLEN 70,210 HALL, RICKY D. 70 HALL, SCOTT W. HALLESY, PATRICK L. 229 HAMEL, KATHRYN E. 221,203 HAMILTON, VERLD. 37 HAMILTON, BRADLEY J. HAMILTON, DOREEN MARIE 70,189 HAMILTON, CLINTON P. HAMILTON, BARBARA A. 190 HAMILTON, MARYB. 211 HAMILTON, DEBRA 70 HAMMAKER, CHARLENE F. 37 HAMMAKER, C. ATLEE 152,153,154 HAMMEL, ELIZABETH A. HAMPTON, CATHY M. 37 HAMPTON, GRANVILLE E. 70 HAMPTON, JOHN L. HAN, JUNG YAL HAN, MIN SOO 70 HANSELL, JENNIFERS 70,189 HANSEN, ERIC 70 HANSELL, LISAO. HARBERGER, DIANA L. 213 HARBOUR, JULIE ANN 130 HARLEY, ROBERT L. HARLEY, SUSAN L. 70 HARLEY, DARRELL L. HARMON, HILARY L. 37,222 HARNDEN, JAMES C. 37 HARNDEN, TIMOTHY M. 70,131,132 HARNDEN, MICHELLE A. HARRAWOOD, KIM A. 37 HARRAWOOD, DAVID D. 70,131 HARRIS, MARYANNEM. HARRISON, PAMELA A. 37 HARRISON, RUTH A. 37 HARRIS, DONALD M. HARRIS, LIANES. 37 HARRIS, MARLENE 194 HARRISON, CHRISTINE D. HARRICK, BARBARA 70 HARRIS, GWENDOLYN M. 213 HARRISON, DAVID CARL 70,210 HARRISON, GEORGETTET. 70,211 HARRIS, CAROLE J. HARRIS, CHRISTINE R. HARRIS, JAMES F. 190 HARRIS, SEAN H. HARRINGTON, PAMELA A. 207,104 HART, KIMBERLY J. HART, SHERRY W. 190,104 HARTMAN, TAM RAL. HARTMAN, KEVIN JAMES 104 HARWOOD, PETER F. 37 HARWOOD, PATRICK J. HARWOOD, MATTHEW D. 70,222,201 HASEMAN, CHARLES B. 70 HAUGEN, MICHELLE M. HAUGHTON, CALVIN J. HAUPTMAN, STEVEN D. HAUTHER, DELORISL. 104 HAWKINS, PAULS. 37 HAWLEY, NANCY L. 37 HAWTHORNE, CAROLYN A. 199,213 HAYDEN, PAULL. 37 HAYDEN, WILLIAM T. HAYDEN, THERESA A. 104 HAYNES, LEONAT. 37,210 HAYNES, BRUCE T. 104 HAYES, E. 70 HEARD, STEPHEN G. 70,76 HEATH, CARLA J. HEATH, MARYB. 37 HEATH, JOSEPH F. HEDGES, LESLIE B. 37 HEDGEPETH,SARA 198 HEDGES, KATHLEEN J. HEDGEPETH, ANN N. 70,222,224,205,196, 213 HEED, EMILY R. 204 HEFLIN, JOSEPH S. HEFLIN, TONY R. 70 HEINEY, BRIAN L 134 HEINE, KAREN J. 70 HEINEY, DOUGLAS A. 70 HEINE, CHRIS 104 HELTON, JOHN R. HENDERSON, PATRICIA L. 70 HENDRICKSON, LYNDA HENSLEY, DANIELC. HERBST, CARY V. 38 HERL, JOHN J. HERNDON, JOSEPH E. 104 HICKEY, EDWARD I. HICKEY, JANE HICKS, KAREN M. 38 HICKS, FRANK HICKS, MICHAEL 130 HICKS, WILLIAM HIGGINS, RICHARD L. JR. 38 HIGGINS, RONALD 205,104,131 HIGHTOWER, JOHN P. 38,194,137 HILDRETH, MARGARET L. HILL, ROBERT D. 38 HILL, PATRICK THOMAS 134 HILL, WENDY JOY 222,229 HILSABECK FRANCES G. 189,104 HINKLE, MICHAEL P. HIPSLEY, TERRY LYNN 104 HOATH, BRYAN D. 222,104 HOBBS, ALLEN W. 105,131,152,153,154 HODGSON, ANNE C. 70 HOFFMAN, JACK L. 38 HOFFMAN, MICHAEL W. 134 HOFFMAN, BERKLEYWARREN 223 HOLLAR, HOWARD J. JR. 38 HOLLAND, RICHARD W. HOLLOWELL, JAMES E. HOLLOWELL, HELEN H. 71,227 HOLMAN, DAVIDW. 105 HONECKER, KATHLEEN A. 38,194 HOPKINS, LEEA. 105 HORNE, CHERYL L. HORNE, DEBORAH A. 207,105 HORTON, JERRY L. 71 HORTON, M. DEANN 71,189 HORTON, DANG. 211,105 HORTON, LINDA 105 HORTON, NANCYWINANS 105 HOWARD, LYNETTEV. 71 HOWLAND, REBECCA D. 226 HOWLAND, WILLIAM A. 222 HOWLAND, MARGARET B. 71,221,213 HOYE, CHARLES C. HUA, PHUONG THANH HUBBELL, TASHA R. 38,185 HUBBELL, DARRIN L. 71,131 HUDSON, JAMES T. 105 HUDSON, TIMOTHY JAMES 106 HUFFMAN, DAVID F. 38 HUFFMAN, DANIELC. 71 HUG, DONALD F. 38,185 HUG, DEBRAG. 71,222,206,203 HUGHES, LEIGH 71 HUGHES, JOHN M. 106,201 HULSHIZER, DANIEL J. 71,131,149 HULSHIZER, RONALD D. 106 HUNTINGTON HEIDIS. 106 HURST, DAWNC. HURWITZ, MICHAEL D. 71 HWANG, MOON HI 185 HYDE, BARRI ELIZABETH HYDE, DENNIS RAY HYMO, JOHN A. 38 IADEROSA, ANDREA MARIA 205,194 ILLIDGE, JOSEPH A. 38 ILLIDGE, KEVEN 71 IMHOFF, PIETER H. 38 IMHOFF, KAREN 71,227 INNIS, JEANNE 218,217,199 IPOCK, MARKT. 106,229 IRELAND, KERRYC. 38 ISAKSEN, BRENDA L. 211,106,190 IVESTER, RALPH L. JR. JACKSON, CHRISTINE D. 38,226 JACKSON, WILLIAM L. 134 JACKSON, GWENDOLYN Y. 106,226 JACOBSON, PAULT. 71,222,221,201 JACOBS, DEBRAA. 106 JAFFE, BRIGITTE D. 38 JAMES, RICHARD IRVING 107 JENNINGS, KELVIN TYRONE 131 JENNINGS, SANDRA LOUISE 107,190 JEWETT, JONATHAN E. 71 JEWETT, TIMS. 107 JOHNSON, DENISE L. 38 JOHNSON, DONALD K. 38 JOHNSON, JAMES ALEXANDER 38 JOHNSON, JAY A. JOHNSON, PAMELAS. 38,210 JOHNSON, ROXANNE F. 38 JOHNSON, ALAN B. 226,213 JOHNSON, DENISE D. 184 JOHNSON, HEATHER J. JOHNSON, JEFFREY L. JOHNSON, MICHAEL A. JOHNSON, STEPHEN P. JOHNSON, DANIEL R. 71 Student Index 269 JOHNSON, DEBORAH K. JOHNSON, RANDOLPH G. 71 JONES, CYNTHIA L. 38 JONES, KELLY L. 38 JONES, DALTON MAURICE 71,67,227,131 JONES, MARLENE BLANCHE 71 JONES, GREGORY A. 107 JONES, KELLY ANNE 107 JONES, RONALD D. 130 JORDAN, LORI RENEE 38 JORDAN, ROBIN C, 186 JORDAN, SHIRLEY A. 107,226 JOST, SHELLI 38 JOST, BLAIR ARDEN 71,222 JUDY, GREGORY R. JUDY, KIMBERLY ANN JURASITS, SUSAN C. 211,107,189,221 KAHN, DAVID CHARLES 198 KANE, ROBERT F. 38 KANG, SUNG HO 38 KAPPELER, STEPHEN A. KARALUS, NEIL DAVID 71 KARALUS, RANDALL SCOTT 71 KEEFER, DEANNA L. KEEFE, ANNE C. 222 KEEFE, PAULM. KEELER, BRIAN E. 134 KEELEY, CHRISTOPHER M. KEENE, KEVIN W. 38 KEENE, KURTMICHAEL 71 KELLER, ERIN DALE KELLER, LISA JANINE 71,184,213 KELLER, BARBARA ANN 107 KELLER, CARLE. 211,108 KELLEY, PAULW. 108 KELLN, DAVID LEROY KELLY, DANIEL P. 39 KELLY, KERRY L. 71 KELLY, MATTHEW JAMES 108 KELLY, WILLIAM PATRICK 108 KEMPF, LAURAG. 213 KENDALL, MICHAELA. 108 KENNAUGH, SCOTT L. 39,195 KENNEDY, PAULC. KENNEY, PAULH. 213,134 KENNEY, RHONDA D. 204 KENNEDY, ELIZABETH L. KERKER, DIANAS. KERKER, DONNA M. KERKER, DEBRA K. 71,186,213 KERNS, TERRI J. KERNS, JOYCE L. 71 KERSEY, MARGARET P. 71,186 KESSEL, FRED DEE KEY, ROBERT CLAYTON JR. 71,194 KEY, VICTORIA FRANCES 108 KIDD, VALERIE H. 186 KIDD, MICHAEL R. 71 KIDDER, STEPHEN J. 108 KIDWELL, DAVID C. 227 KIDWELL, LYNDON A. 108 KIEFER, LISAD. KIEFER, KATHLEEN E. 109 KIISK, SILVIA. 71,18,222,203,196,194,213 KILDAY, CYNTHIA C. 39 KILPATRICK, CHRISTINE A. 39 KILTZ, GLEN A. 71 KIM, CHANG SON KIM, DUKSOO 39 KIMBLE, LINDA J. 39 KIMBLE, DEBORAH L. 72,211 KIMBLE, KATHERINE L. 72,104,213 KIMBLE, ROBERT L. 109 ' KINCAID, TRESSIEV. KINDER, JAMES STEVEN KINDER, JOHNS. KING, ROBERT J. 39 KING, IVY L. KING, SALLIE C. 184,178,199,198 KING, WILLIAM ROBERT 72 KINKELLA, MARK LEE 72,74,131 KINSER, JAMES D. KIRBY, RONALD P. 39 KISER, PHYLLIS MARIE 72,186 KISER, JAMES OLIVER 187,107 KITTEL, DREWH. 222 KITTEL, LINDSAY R. 72,227 KLEIN, HEIDI L. 39,185 270 Student Index KLEIN, SUZANNE D. 14,17,184,220,206, 203,107 KLETT, MARYE. 185,194 KLETT, BARBARA A. 220,203,107 KNAPP, DANIEL F. 187 KNICELY, WILLARD W. 39 KNICELY, WILEY JEFF 72 KNIGHT, CURTIS D. 219 KNUDSON, JOANN M. 39 KOCH, DEBRA A. 39,217 KOLB, WILLIAM P. 134 KOLODZIEJ, THERESA L. 187 KOLODZIEJ, SOPHIE A. 72 KOLPACK, ILONA K. 184 KOLPACK, RONNI L. 130 KOLZACK, SUSAN PATRICIA 72,222,185, 221,196 KOPF, NANCY LEE KORMANIK, MICHAEL J. KORMANIK, JOSEPH D. 39 KOVAK, NANCY L. 72 KOVAK,STEVEN M. 72 KOWALEWSKI, PAMELA K. 191,198 KREAR, TERESA L. 39 KREEGER, DARRELLGUY KROLL, BARBARAS. KROMER, JOHNS. 221 KRUSCHKA, GRETCHEN 39 KRUSE, BRIAN R. 39 KRUSE, BARRYT. KRUTOSIK, THERESA ANN 72 KUETT, JANICE CARRIE 72 KUNKLE, SUSAN LYNN 72,189,186 KUNKLE, STEVEN JOHN 107 KUTCHMANICH, JANET 184 KUTCHMANICH, TINA E. 72 KUTCHE, BRIAN STUART 29,187,107 LACAVA,THERESA LACY, DEBRAG. 72,186 LACY, GREGORY D. LAIRD, JIM MARK LAKEY, LISAF. 39 LALLY, SUZANNE M. 198 LALLY, DAWN A. LAM, GINA VICTORIA 72,205 LAMP, STEPHENS. 39 LAMP, TOM 72 LANCASTER, TAMMERA M. LANCASTER, EVA LOREESE LANDGRABE, RENEE E. 181,178,224,205 LANDIS, STEVEN R. LANDIS, BRENDA L. 219,207 LANE, MARCHELLE R. 39 LANGTON, GUY R. LANNING, PATRICIA G. 184 LANNING, PHILLIPT. LAROCQUE, NORMA J. 40 LASSITER, DELORIS S. LATHAM, BARBARA E. LATIMER, JANICE A. LATOS, RICHARD L. LATTA, DWIGHT E. 72 LAUTERBACH, THOMAS J. LAUTERBACH, NORA LYNN 227 LAVINUS, SALLY A. 184 LAWRENCE, MICHELLE M. 39 LAWRENCE, ERIC B. 219,130 LAWSON, BETH L. 72 LAWSON, KENDRA B. 72 LAYTON, LINDA J. 39 LAYTON, PAULW. LE, SON MINH LE, TUAN, ANH LEARY, JOHN A. 39 LECKEY, CORYE. 39 LEDBETTER, JEFFREY LEE, CHOUR 134 LEE, LAURIE K. 39 LEE, LINDA CATHERINE 72 LEE, MARIA T. LEE, CHARLES 72 LEFCHECK, PATRICIA A. 39 LEFCHECK, JOHN M. LEFFLER, JILL A. 227 LEFFLER, JUDITH A. LEGGETT, CAROL A. LEISNER, KAREN A. 185 LEISNER, STEPHEN G. LENIHAN, JEFFREY F. 39 LENZSCH, ROLFF. 39 LEPS, GLORIA L. LETARTE, GROVE H. 73 LEUPPERT, DOUGLAS R. 39,194 LEUPPERT, KAREN A. 73,195 LEUPPERT, FREDERICK W. LEWIS, DETLEV EDGAR 73,194 LEWIS, FREDRICK W. 73 LEWIS, GEORGE EVERETT 73,68,196 LICHTENBERG, LISA L. LIGOR, SANDRA N. 39 LILES, KRISTIN LYNN LILES, LESLIE ANN LILLY, MICHAEL R. 39 LINDERMAN, SHERRY A. 39 LINDEN, LISA 73,220,213,213,138 LINDSEY, MICHELLEANN LINDSEY, ANNETTE M. LINDSEY, MICHAEL K. LINDSAY, DAVID A. LINDSAY, VALERIE ANN LINGAN, KATHERINE A. 229 LINK, KATHLEEN M. LINK, SUSAN A. LINKE, REGAN ROSS 73 LITTLEFIELD, RICHARD BRIA 73 LITTLEFIELD, SARAH JANE LITWACK, NORMAN HAROLD 73,131 LIWOSZ, KATHLEEN 130 LLOYD, BRENDA A. 39 LLOYD, ROBERT LLOYD, WILLIAMS. LODA, CHRISTOPHER B. LODA, TERRI A. LODER, HAROLD M. LONG, THERESA A. LORD, MARTY L. LOUGHRIDGE, JEFFREY P. 73,227 LOVEGREN, JOAN A. 222 LOVEGREN, SALLY ANNE 222,221,227,213, 138 LOVEGREN, SUSAN ANNE 222,221,218, 217,227,213,138 LOVELACE, TERIS. 23,198,193 LUCAS, DIANE 39 LUCAS, STEPHENS. 39 LUCAS, JOHN V. LUCCARELLI, PHILIP 134 LUCK, HAROLD EDWARD LUCK, DEBORAH JO 73,184 LUNDMARK, MARCUS K. 39 LUNDY, MARIE A. 39 LUNDY, KATHRYN D. 184,187,192 LUSKER, PAULW. LUSKER, MARYM. 213 LYGHT, CHERYL D. LYGHT, TRENT D. 73 LYNCH, KATHLEEN M. 39 LYNCH, JAMES P. 205 LYNCH, WILLIAMS. LYNCH, MICHAEL E. LYONS, VALARIEL. 73 MACDOUGALL, NEALA. 39,210,204 MACDOUGALL, PATRICIA F. 17,220 MACK, BARRY J. 187 MAHAFFEY, MARK J. 39 MAHALEY, DIANE C. 39,211 MAHLUM, KATHLEEN L. 39 MAHONEY, SHELIA A. 73 MAHONEY, SUSAN H. MAJESKY, EDWARD H. 130 MAJKA, JAMES T. MAJKA, PAUL ANTHONY 73,68 MALLETT, MARCIA A. 39 MALLET, CATHERINE M. 213 MANDEL, ELIZABETH ANN MANESS, BRIDGETTEL. 73 MANION, CYNTHIA F. MANNING, JOHN L. 40,205 MANUEL, MIEKOS. 40 MANUEL, MIKIO J. MANUEL, ROY EDWARD 73,153 MANZO, JOHN R. MANZO, STEVEN M. MARASCO, ROBERT J. MARASCO, LUCILLE MARIE 184 MARCH, DOUGLAS A. MARCY, KRISTINAG. 73,184,221,206,203 MARINACCI, JENNIFER J. MARKS, DAVID J. 40,222 MARKS, JOAN P. MARR, JOHN M. MARSEE. LINDA D. 184 MARSHALL, DEBORAH ANN 73,195 MAITELLI, ROBERT L. 40,131 MARTELLI, GARY K. 187,131 MARTIN, CURTIS R. MARTIN, FRANCIS LEE 73,186 MARTIN, JOANE 186 MARVEL, SANDRA L. MARX, STEVEN P. 73,201,153 MARX, JOSEPH 222,201 MASON, WILLIAM FRANKLIN MASTER, SEITAE. 73 MATHENA, ALAN E. 40 MATHENY, BRIAN L. 227 MATHES, MATTHEW A. 134 MATTAINO, JOSEPH F. 40 MATTAINO, ROBERT C. 40 MATTHEWS, SUE A. 211 MATTINGLEY, CINDIEL. MATTINGLEY, SHERRIE L. 186 MAUGER, ANNMARIE MAXWELL, DUANE STEWART 73,206 MAY, DEBORAH L. 211,113 MAY, KARLA M. MAY, LORRAINE F. 73 MAYES, KARYN L. 40 MAYO, EUNICES. 226 MAYO, CLARK B. 113 MAZUREK, PAULA. 73 MCARTOR, PAUL M. 187 MCARTOR, MICHAEL E. 73 MCARTOR, TOM E. 113 MCBRIDE, LESLIE A. MCCARTHY, SEAN DANIEL MCCARTHY, DAVIDS. 130 MCCAULEY, ALLAN W. 195 MCCLELLAN, JENNIFER A. 73 MCCLOSKEY, JOHNT. MCCONNELL, MARGARET M. 74,211 MCCORMACK, MARGARET L. MCCORMACK, WILLIAM J. 134 MCCOY, THERESA E. MCCRACKEN, SANDRA J. MCDONALD, MELVIN G. 40 MCDONALD, TIMOTHY H. 40 MCDONNELL, EILEEN R. 74,68,203,196, 194 MCDOUGALL, MEGAN A. 138 MCELHANEY, CAROL L. 40 MCELHANEY, DEAN C. MCELHANEY, BRUCE H. 74 MCELROY, DAVID J. 184 MCGANN, KEVIN 222 MCGINTY, TINA J. 74 MCGLONE, JAMES M. 113 MCGOVERN, JAMES J. 40 MCGRATH, PATRICK J. MCGRATH, LISAM. 16,17,113 MCGREGOR, JOHNT. MCGUIRE, JAMES MICHAEL 74,153 MCKEAN, CARYNL. 40 MCKINNEY, DONNV. 40,205 MCKINNY, MARCELLA L. 40 MCKINNEY, MELVIN W. JR. 40 MCKINNEY, KAREN L. 74,185 MCKINNEY, MICHELE L. 74,186 MCKNIGHT, DAVIDS. 40 MCKNIGHT, LISAS. MCNAUGHTON, KIM 113 MCNEIL, RICHARD C. MCNEIL, JANE MARSHALL 114 MCTHENY, JOHN MARTIN 74 MCVEE, DEBORAH L. 40 MEANEY, LYNN M. 74 MEANEY, GARY 74 MEARNS, FRANCES E. 184 MEISEN, WALTER J. MELANSON, DAVID W. MELANSON, BRENDA GAIL 114 MELSON, CHERYL A. 40,213 MELTON, TERESA M. 114 MENAGER, JOHN 74 MERCADO, DAVID A. 40 MERCERDALY, SHAN A. 40 MERCER, REGINA D. MEREDITH, JEFFREY B. 226,187 MERRICK, PETER DUMONT MERRITT, BRUCE PERRY 114 MESSENGER, JEFFREY JAY 114 MEYER, CHRISTOPHER P. MICHAELSON, LORI A. MICHAELSON, JAMES K. 196 MICHAELSON, JOHN 74 MICKLE, PATRICIA L. 186 MILES, CHARLES L. 40 MILES, ELIZABETH L. MILES, RONALD L. 74,67 MILLARD, MICHAELJ. 114 MILLER, MARYE. 40,185 MILLER, SUSAN C. 40 MILLER, JOHN M. 178,198 MILLER, MARKC. MILLER, MYLES W. MILLER, ALEXANDRAG. 74,69,12,21 MILLER, ANN L. 74,184 MILLER, SUSAN L. 74 MILLER, PATRICIA A. 184,114 MILLS, MICHAEL K. 40 MILLS, JOHNNY A. MILLSON, PETERK. 114 MINER, LINDA M. 40 MINER, THOMAS E. MIONE, ANN ELIZABETH 114 MITCHELL, CHRISTOPHER W. 40 MITCHELL, SUSAN CAROL 74,227 MITROVICH, MICHAELJ. 40 MITROVICH, NADINE 74,213 MITTELMAN, KAREN SUE 74 MODJESKI, THOMAS S. 74,201,194 MODJESKI, LELANDW. 114 MOFFITT, KATHY JILL 114 MOHRMANN, GEORGE R. 40 MOLLENBERG, PETER 114 MONIZ, CHRISTINEA. 40 MONTAVON, LAURIE D. MONTGOMERY, HARRY E. JR. 40 MONTGOMERY, DONYAK. 40 MOONEY, ELIZABETH ANN MOONEY, REBECCA SUE 74,224 MOONEY, TOM FLOYD MOORE, LISBETH A. 40 MOORE, MARTIN K. 40 MOORE, CHRISTOPHER J. MOORE, MICHAEL 222 MOORE, EILEEN R. 74,184 MOORE, PAMELA ELAINE 75,196,194 MOORE, DELLA DENISE MOORE, ELIZABETH A. MOORE, LISAANN 222,291,193 MOORE, RUDOLPH MOORE, TAMARA B. MOOREHOUSE, THOMAS G. 40 MORANVILLE, PAMELAA. 75 MOREANO, MARIA D. 193,138 MORGAN, MICHAELA. MORGAN, KEVIN P. 75 MORNINGSTAR, JEFFREY J. 131 MORRES, ROSSE. 75,213,131,133 MORRIS, MARK ALLEN 75,187 MORRISON, TERESA JOAN 75 MORRIS, MICHAEL MORRISON, DENNIS W. 40 MOSER, EDWARD K. 40 MOSER, MARK 40 MOW, NANCY 75,176,204,203 MUELLER, JAMES MULCAHY, PATRICK 40 MULCAHY, TIMOTHY S. MULLEN, WILLIAM F. 75,73 MULLINS, PATRICIA L. MURPHY, MICHAELJ. 19,40 MURPHREE, SUSAN J. 210,198 MURPHY, MONICAA. MURPHY, THERESA M. 19 MURPHY, JU NE M. MURPHY, MARGARET ANN MUSTER, WILLIAM A. 40 MUSTER, ELIZABETH ALICE 75 MYERS, VICKI LEE MYERS, BRADFORD P. 40 MYERS, JOHN J. MYERS, GRANT F. MYERS, MARYS. 185 MYERS, WAYNE E. 75 MYERS, CHRISTINE KAREN 190 MYERS, GINA MARIE NALEID, ANNE E. 40 NALLS, CAROLYN D. NARMI, CHRISTOPHER 198 NASON, KAREN L. 40,194 NASON, BRENDA R. 75,220,210.194 NEDOROLIK, MARYANN 75,211 NEEDHAM, RICHARDC. 75 NEHER, PAMELAS. NEHLIG, VICTORIA ANN NELSON, RICK MICHAEL NELSON, KARLA B. 19,201 NELSON, PAULC. 75,211 NELSON, KRIS D. 19 NETTE, ROBERT CURTIS 75,219 NEVIN, JOSEPH PATRICK NEWBORN, JAMES R. NEWCAMP, PAULE. NEWCAMP, ROGER F. 131,134 NEWMAN, CYNTHIA ANN NEWTON, SHERYL A. 194,213 NEWTON, BRIAN K. NGE, MARIE 184 NGO 184 NGO, LANTHITUYET 75 NGUYEN, NGOCHUITHI NGUYEN, DIEU HIEN KHOA 184 NGUYEN, GIACANHKHOA NGUYEN, VIENANH KHOA 130 NGUYEN, QUI DUC NICHOLS, WILLIAM L. 40,213 Student Index 271 NICHOLS, LEILA K. 213 NICHOLS, ROBERT KENNETH 75,178,220 NICHOLS, SUSAN ANNE 190 NIEMIEC, TERRI L. 185,213 NILSSON, MARK STEVEN 75,131 NOBLE, PETER GORDON 20,131 NOLAN, KATHY 41 NORRIS, JOHN M. NORRIS, CHRISTY E. 75,189 NORTON, DEBRA L. 75 NOURSE, ROBERT L. 41 NOURSE, PATRICIA L. 203,117 OAKLEY, CRAIG D. 229,117 OBRIEN, JAMES ROBERTJR. 41,185 OBRIEN, MARYANNEE. 199 OCAIN, GEORGE B. 75 OCONNOR, MICHAEL E. 41 OCONNELL, KEVIN PAUL 117 ODONNELL, CYNTHIA L. 117 OGILVIE, TIMOTHY J. 189,117,131 OH, DONG H. OHARA, PATRICIA ANN 207,117 OKSTULSKI, NANCY L. 41 OLEARY, CAROLYN P. 41 OLILVIE, T. 221 OLIVER, DOUGLAS W. 41 OLNEY, PAULL. 75 OLSON, THOMAS A. OLSON,STEVEN W. 41 OLSON, KATHERINE M. 75,187 ONEIL, NARYE. 187,199,195,213 ONEILL, PAIGE J. 227,138 ONEILL, PAUL J. 75,229,218,217,201,174 175 ONEIL, MICHAEL J. 117,187 OSBORN, BRIAN 222 OSBORN, BRADLEY E. 222,117 OSBORNE, PAULTHOMAS OSGOOD, ROBERT FELLOWS OSTRACO, PATRICIA E. OTTEN, JOHNE. 41,219 OTTEN,SUSAN JANE 76 OTTARA, P. 220 OWENS, ROBERT B. 41 PACE, CATHERINE A. 224 PAGE, WILLIAM C. 41 PAINTER, RAYE. 41 PAINTER, MICHAEL K. PAK, SIPHAN 41 PALMER, BARRY N. PALMER, ROBERTA. 272 Student Index PALUMBO, DOMINIC J. PALUMBO, RENEE CARLA PANNELL, SIBYL M. PARCHINSKI, ROBERT K. 134 PARKER, ALLEN L. 41 PARKER, DAVID LEE 41 PARKER, THOMAS R. 41,194 PARKER, ALISON P. PARKER, HOWARD KEVIN PARR, AMELIA M. 186 PARSCHALK, DOREEN L. 189 PASCHETAG, MICHAEL 41 PASSMAN, PAMELAS. 41 PASSMAN. LEIGH J. 76,221,206,213 PATRICK, CHARLES M. 41 PATRICK, SARAH F. 220,193 PATTAKOS, SUSAN M. 41 PATTAKOS, GREGORY G. 76,71 PATTAKOS, DENISE J. PAULSEN, JOHN CHRIS 76 PAULY, DAVID E. PAXTON, JOHN 0. 76 PAYNE, KIMBERLEA A. 211 PAYTON,CHARLES 76 PEABODY, MARGARET E. 41,185 PEABODY, REBECCA SUSAN 29,220,207 PEARSON, DIANA J. PEARSON, GUYS. PEASE, RODNEY D. PEIRCE, THOMAS A. 41 PENDLETON, STUART SUTTON 222,201 PENNICK, CHALISAY. 76 PENROD, WAYNE E. PERKINS, SCOTT A. 41 PERKINS, ANTHONY D. 76,189,227,213 PERRAULT, TANYA D. 41 PERRY, MICHAELA. 41 PERRY, BRYAN A. 76,131 PERRY, JEFFREY DYSON 27 PERSHING, JAMES S. 134 PERSHING, MARIANNE 184,221,193 PETERSON, TERESA A. 41 PETERMAN, MICHAEL B. 134 PETERSON, VICTORIA L. 76 PETERMAN, MAUREEN E. 207,206 PETERS, DONALD SCOTT 119 PETITT, CYNTHIA L. 41 PETITT, AUBREY L. 119,187 PETTERSEN, ROMYE. PEVERALL, ELIZABETH F. PEVERALL, JILLV. 119 PEYTON, TERRI LEE 76 PEZET, ROBERT J. 185 PEZET, IRENE E. 185 PHAN, NGUYET NGATHI PHAN, HANG NGATHI PHAN, HIEN VINH PHELPS, KIMBERLY A. PHELPS, SUSANNEJ. 76 PHILIPPS, LISAD. 41 PHILLIPS, BRENTW. 189,201 PHILLIPS, DEBORAH C. 119,184,207,136 PHVONA, HUA 76 PIETROVITO, ELAINE 76 PIETROVITO, ROYS. 76 PINKSTON, WILLIAM R. PLYLER, DANIEL B. JR. POE, NORMA JEAN 76,189,190 POINTON, MARK ROBERT 76 POLAND, DIANA L. 184,194,227 POLAND, MARI W. POLAND, KIMBERLYJ. 17,119 POLING, RICHARD H. POLLARD, LARRY J. 76,178 POMEROY, BARBARA L. POOLEY, JILL EVONNE 76,203 POOR, TERRIANNE 76,222,189,203 POPE, MICHAEL D. POPE, WILLIAM DALE 119,153 POPPE, SUSAN L. PORTER, TERESA L. 213 PORTERFIELD, MARK R. POSHARD, STEPHANIE 41 POSHARD, JENNIFER KAY 199 POST, DAVID 130 POWELL, MARYV. POWELL, RICHARD M. 119 POWERS, WINSTON D. 41 POYDASHEFF, ROBERTJR. 42 POYDASHEFF, CATHERINE A. 119 PRATT, GARY PRESTON 76 PRESLEY, ROBERTW. 29,222,189,201,120 PRESLEY, DARYL 76 PRESTON, ROSEE. PRICE, GENNA A. 42 PRICE, ROBIN L. 42 PRICE, MELISSA JOAN 184,190,120 PRIDMORE, DAWN M. 191 PROCTOR, GLORIA PROSSER, CAROL L. 76,196 PROVOST, RANDOLPH J. 42 PUCKETT, REBECCA L. PUFKO, ANN M. 42 PUFKO, CATHLEEN M. 198,213 PUGH, JAMES W. 120,131 PURCELL, BLAKE E. 76,213 QUIGLEY, JAMES B. JR. 42 QUIGLEY, KATHERINE L. 198 QUINLAN, MARKT. 42,134 QUINLAN, DAVID M. QUINN, KAREN M. 76 QUINN, EDWARD P. 120 RACHELS, SUSAN H. 76 RADFORD, DAVID A. RADFORD, BETH ANNE 76,229 RAGER, JEFFREY A. 134 RAGER, RANDY N. 27,120,131 RAINES, LAURA JEAN 77,186 RAINES, DEBORAHS. 120 RALSTON,ANDY 42 RAPPUCHI, KENAN M. RAPPUCHI, KATHRYN J. 213 RARDIN, REBECCA L. 77,213 RATHBONE, HENRY G. RAWSON, SHIRLEY E. RAZNICK, STEPHEN A. 42 RAZNICK, CYNTHIA L. 211,205,190,120 REAMY, JEFFREY M. 120 RECORDS, TERRY L. 42 RECORE, SUSAN C. 77 REECE, SHAWN ELIZABETH REED, MARIANNE M. 42 REEP, JAMES W. 77 REGESTER, RUSSEL 130 REHME, MARGARET A. REILEY, BERNARD CAMPBELL 120,131,153 REINSEL, PAULF. REISER, MARKD. 42 REPPERT, RAYMIE J. 42 REWIS, FRANCES L. 120 REXRODE, ADONICA R. 184,120 REYES, IGNACIO D. 42 REYES, SABRINA 120 REYNOLDS, PHYLLIS RAE REYNOLDS, DAVID GUY 187,121 RHODE, MICHAEL DWAYNE 77,184,206 RICE, RICHARD R. RICHARDS, MICHELLE RICHARDSON, ELWOOD 77 RICHARDSON, VIRGINIA 130 RICHTER, DAVID A. RICKARD, KAREN BENITA 77 RIEDER, CYNTHIA M. 42 RIEDER, THOMAS C. RIEDER, LAWRENCE A. 121 RIFFE, ALISA A. 42 RIFFE, LYDIA C. RIGHTMER, BRIAN SCOTT 77,222 ROBBINS, BERTON A. 42 ROBBINS, PATRICIA K. ROBERTS, KATHRYN A. ROBERTS, STEVEN J. ROBERTS, WILSON J. ROBERTS, BRUCE P. 206,121 ROBEY, JOSEPH V. 224 ROBINSON, JOHN D. 42 ROBINSON, H. ALLEN ROBINSON, MARK P. ROBINSON, KATHRYN A. 77,12,21,184, 176,224,221,196,192,227 ROBINSON, MARTIN ANDREW 77,187,134 ROBINSON, RICHARD 121 ROBINSON, ROBERT EUGENE 121 ROBINSON, WILLIAM S. 12,184,121 ROCK, MATTHEW A. 42 ROCK, STEPHEN A. ROCK, ROBERT E. 121 ROCKECHARLIE, JOHN M. RODGERS, CYNTHIA J. 42 ROESCHER, STEPHEN L. 42 ROHWEDER, ALFREDO R. 42,213 ROHWEDER, ALICIA V. ROLAND, JAYME LYN ROLLER, JAMIE L. 42 ROLLER, RICHARD L. ROLLER, JACQUELINES. 77 ROLLINS, LISAK. 130 RORIE, KAREN LEE RORIE, SHIRLEY ANNE ROSITZKE, ANNE ELISE 77 ROSS, FRANK JAMES ROSS, BRUCE DUNCAN 42 ROSSE, CHRISTINA ROSTINE, MARK D. 42 ROSTINE, MICHAEL R. 42 ROWLAND, MATTHEW B. 42 ROWLAND, STEVEN M. ROWLAND, CHRISTIAN E. 77 ROYCE, RICHARD SEAN 77,193 ROYSTER, WANDA C. RUBERTON, MARY L. 77,227 RUMPH, JEANNE M. 42 RUNALDUE, JAYM. 42 RUNALDUE, BARRY SCOTT 77 RUNDGREN, LYNN ELLEN 77,211 RUNYON, VINCENT J. 42 RUPLE, SARA CATHERINE 77,229 RUPP, JILL A. RUSAN, JANET D. 42 RUSH, ALAN D. 42 RUSSELL, DAVID G. 42 RUSSELL, BARNEY L. JR. RUSSELL, JAMES LOUIS RYAN, KATHLEEN M. 42,222,199,196,193 RYAN, SHARON E. 42 RYAN, HENRY E. 134 RYAN, NICKY ARNETT 42 RYAN, SEAN A. 77,222 RYDZEWSKI, SONYA N. 43 SAAVEDRA, GEORGE 0. SAAVEDRA, JEANNETTE D. SABLE, JOHN P. JR. 134 SADAR, CHRISTINA M. 43 SAGE, KIM I. 211,203,190 SAMPSON, BRADLEYJ. 77,226 SAMUEL, VALERIE M. 77,203,194,213 SANAKER, LAURAANN SANDERS, RONALD D. SANDERFORD, ALAN L. SANDLUND, ERIC R. 222,184,121 SANFILIPPO, CHARLES L. 77,219 SANFILIPPO, CYNTHIA L. 122,207 SANFORD, PATRICIA ANN SAUNDERS, ANNA M. 43 SAUNDERS, CLEVELAND F. 43 SCANDLING, TIMOTHY J. 201 SCHAEFER, FRANKW. SCHAEFER, HEIKEE. 77,193 SCHEE, JACQUELINE M. SCHIPONO, MICHAEL 43 SCHMIDT, PERCY WAYNE 43,222 SCHMITT, AMYL. 222 SCHMIDT, VIVIAN JOYCE 77,222,134 SCHMITT, MARY K. 77,222,220,203,193, 227 SCHMITT, GARY J. 122 SCHMITT, ROBERTW. 222,122,189,201, 193,136 SCHOESSEL, LORRAINE SCHOESSEL, BONITA LYNN 77,21,224 SCHRAGE, SUZANNE AMA 77,222,193 SCHROCK, MARY 43 SCHROCK, JOSEPH F. 77 SCHUCK, JON C. 43,137 SCHUETTE, BRUCE HART 43,185,203,137 SCHUETZE, MONICA C. 43 SCHUETZE, SABINE M. SCHUETTE, ELIZABETH A. 77,222 SCHULTZ, ROBERT J. 43 SCHULTE, CHARLESS. 43,222 SCHULTZ, JAMES B. 185 SCHUMM, TAMI L. 43 SCHUMACHER, WILLIAM L. SCHUSTER, COLEEN I. SCHWARZ, LISAK. 43,222,204 SCHWARTZ, LAURAS. 222,122, SCHWIMMER, KAREN M. 43,222 SCHWITZER, PATRICK R. SCOTT, GLEN A. SCOTT, KAREN F. SCOTT, ROBERT F. 134 SCOTT, CYNTHIA 77 SCRIBNER, JACQUELINE M. 186 SCRUGGS, MERLE E. 190 SCULLY, JEFFREY W. 43 SCULLY, BRADLEY L. SCULLY, JULIE C. 122 SCUTT, GARRY A. SEANOR, JANE CATHERINE 77 SEAY, JOYCE C. SEBRENY, PERRY A. 43 SEELEY, VIRGINAI THERESA SEESHOLTZ, AMYE. 77,193,194 SEESHOLTZ, DANIEL R. 77,201 SEIBERT, EDGAR JOE 77 SEIBERT, JAMES B. 77 SELKREGG, JAMES H. 122 SELMANOVITZ, SANDRA LEE 77,211 SEMINARE, SUSAN ELIZABETH 122,224. 203 SENSEMAN, FLEET JR. 77 SERIO, ROBERT K. 43 SERIO, MARKS. 77 SETTLE, MONA CAROL 130 SEYMOUR, DANIEL J. 43 SEYMOUR, DEBRAE. 77,222,221 SEYMOUR, JAMES G. 222 SEYMOUR, DEBORAH ANN 213 SHABE, GERARD PETER 122 SHACHNOW, MICHELLE M. 123 SHAFER, JULIAS. SHAFER, SARA E. SHAFER, PHILIP G. 77 SHAFER, SCOTT E. 123,153 SHANAHAN, EDWARD J. 222 SHANAHAN, JOHN C. SHANER, RODGER LEWIS 123 SHARITZ, MICHAEL H. SHARON, PATRICK J. 43 SHARON, SUSAN C. 78,227,138 SHEER, SEAN M. 43 SHEFLETT, ERICC. 78 SHELBY, JOE W. SHERBURNE, SCOTTC. 78,194 SHERMAN, BRIAN KEITH 43 SHERMAN, GLENN PATRICK 78,187,149 SHINE, MOIRA BETH SHINE, MARY JO 78,27,220 Student Index 273 SHINGLER, ALAN L. 184,134 SHLESINGER, BERNARD E. 43 SHLESINGER, ANNE M. SHLESINGER, JEAN M. SHOCKEY, SARAH ANN 43,211 SHOCKEY, SHARON KAY SHOPE, CAROLYNS. 43 SHORTEN, PAULAJ. 123,221,227,213 SHOWALTER, JAMES 195 SHOWALTER, SYLVIA ANN SHUTT, ARDEN 123 SIEGRIST, LINDA M. 191 SIEGRIST, MARY R. 78 SIEVER, CYNTHIA K. 43 SIGNORELLI, BARRY M. 14,123,224,207, 206,205 SIMMONS, MARK W. 78 SIMPSON, GERMAINE L. 184 SIMPSON, ROBERTG. 78,206 SKWARSKI, MARKS. 222 SLACK, RANDYS. 78 SLATER, DIANA BOYETTE 123 SLAUGHTER, CHARLESS. SLAUGHTER, SANDRA SMALLWOOD, PAUL SOLOMON SMITH, SARA L. 43,125 SMITH, MATTHEW J. 43 SMITH, BRADLEY D. 43 SMITH, BRADYT. SMITH, PATRICIA A. 41,43 SMITH, ANNAMARIA SMITH, MARK E. 222,187 SMITH, MICHAEL E. SMITH, NATALIE K. SMITH, NICOLE A. 222,213 SMITH, LORI F. 78 SMITH, ROY 78 SMITH, LESTER W. 123 SMITH, MARK 123 SMITH, SUSAN YVETTE 123 SMOLINS, JUNE 123,187 SNAPP, TIMOTHY M. 43 SNAPP, JINGERJ. SNYDER, CONSTANCE L. 43,185,211 SNYDER, LYNDA J. 213 SOHN, SEUNYUNG 210 SOLIS, LYNDA E. 18,43 SOMERS, JAMES GREGORY 222 SOMERS, STEVEN R. 222,195 SORENSON, JEFFERSON D. 43 SOTOS, GEORGE A. 43 SOWARD, RUTH A. 44,176 SPANN, GLENN 44 SPANN, DAVID MOUZON 78,211,196 194 131 SPEISS, ROBIN A. SPEERS, JULIE 244,196,213 SPENCER, KATHERYN ANN SPETTEL, MARTHAS. 222 SPINKS, JOAN 44 SPITLER, AMANDA L. 78,221,193 SPITT3E, DEBORAH ANN SPOFFORD, JAMES F. 78,222 SPONAUGLE, RICHARD W. SQUIRES, KRISTIAN K. 123 STACY, DEBBIE LYNN 78 STALLO, KERRY A. 44 STALZER, KATHLEEN ANN 44,187,192 STARCHER, MICHAEL D. 205 STAUFFER, TED C. 44 STAVER, KENNETH ROBERT STEELMAN, MYLA A. 124 STEINKE, WILLIAM WARREN 44 STELLER, CYNTHIA DALE 124,186 STENERSON, ROBERTS. 124,227 STEPHENS, KEITH R. STEVENS, TERESSAS. 44,185,211 STEVENS, ANNE K. 784 STEVENSON, ANN A. STEVENS, WILLIAM RICHARD 78 STEVENS, ELIZABETH H. 222,124,224 220 187 STEVENS, REBECCA ELAINE 124,195 STEWART, MELINDA J. 44 STEWART, JAMES M. 78,131 STIENEKER, STEPHEN L. 124 STIVALETTI, CATHARINEA. 124,189,220 STOCKS, JERILYN K. 274 Student Index STOCKS, JAMES L. 78 STOFFEL, SARAH E. STOFFEL, MARK A. 78,201,194 STONE, JODY 124 STONE, RICHARD R. 78,190 STOOPS, EDGAR T. STOOPS, EDWARD J. 78 STROBEL, ANDREW T. STUCKEY, DEBRA ANN 78 STUHLBERGER, RENE L. 44 STUMM, THOMAS W. 44 STURGEON, TONI Y. 44 STURGEON, YOLANDA C. 78,186 STURGEON, DARLENE J. 125 STURMAN, WILLIAM E. 44 SUK, CHANG HO 78,194 SUK, KEUM HWA SULLIVAN, ELIZABETH A. 44 SULLIVAN, SHIRLEY LEAN 211,125 SUMLER, LYDIA M. 184 SUMMA, STEPHEN J. 78 SUMMERS, STEPHEN T. 222,219,198 SUMMERS, MELINDA SUE 211,125,221 190 SUPER, BARBARA L. 78,194 SUTCH, ERIC SCOTT 78 SUTTON, SHERRI K. 125 SWANSON, SCOTT D. 18,44 SWANSON, MARK H. 78 SWEATT, ROBERT E. SWEATT, JOHN A. SWEATT, CAROLYN C. 78,194 SWEEDE, WILLIAM A. 125,213 SWEEDE, ERIC G. SWINBURNE, JEAN A. 44,211 SYFRET, ROBERT Q. SYLVESTRE, MARC E. 44,205 SYLVESTRE, PAUL HOWARD 78,210 TAGG, LINDA M. 44,185,189,213 TAGG, ELIZABETH A. 79 TAGG, FREDERICKS. 211,125 TALFORD, DAVID B. 79 TAUZEL, KAREN L. 44 TAYLOR, REBECCA LYN 44,222,185 TAYLOR, DAVID A. 44 TAYLOR, ARCHIE B. TAYLOR, LELAND R. TAYLOR, CRAIG STANLEY 79 TAYLOR, ROBERT ERIC 125 TEALE, ROBIN K. 44,211 TEFFT, HOWARD E. 125 TEMPLE, DAVEDF. 79,184 TEMPLE, SUSAN M. 79 TENNEY, MARKS. 44 TENNON, A. 226 TENNON, D. 226 TERRY, RONALD L. TERRY, DEBORAH L. 29,125,184,221,206 213 THACKER, DENISE D. 44 THAYER, ERIK THAYER, LUKE L. 125 THIELKE, MATTHEW D. THOMAS, LAURA K. 44 THOMAS, KAREN L. 79,189 THOMAS, MARK A. 79 THOMAS, BRANDT 125 THOMAS, KRISTEN LEE 21,125 THOMPSON, JUDY M. 44,185 THOMPSON, STEVENS. THOMPSON, DAVID 79,222 THOMPSON, DAVID R. THOMPSON, JAMES H. THOMPSON, PATRICK A. THOMPSON, PAULA. THORNTON, VIRGINIA E. 222 THORNTON, MARY ELIZABETH 211,190 THORPE, LORRAINE L. 44 THORPE, CATHERINE 1 THREATTE, JILLM. 44 THREATT, SANDRA J. 189 THULIN, JULIE L. 44 THURMAN, CHRISTOPHERS. 79 THURSTON, JOHN D. 44 TIBBS, STEVEN K. TIBBS, CHARLES F. TIMBERLAKE, EDWARD J. TINNEY, GRACE YVONNE 229 TINNIN, JOSEPH D. 44 TINNIN, AVIS P. TODD, VELMA 44,185 TONGUE, DONALD V. 184 TOWNSEND, RICHARD D. 44,136 TOWNSEND, STEPHEN K. 134 TRACY, GARY WAYNE TRAN, TRA Ml THI 201 TRAN, NAM HONG 79 TRAVERS, STACY L. 44 TREUER, SUSAN E. TRIBBLE, DAVID B. TRILLING, JEFFREY H. 79 TRIPLETT, JOHN CALVERT 222 TRIPLETT, THOMAS WAYNE 127 TRONOLONE, CHERYL L. 79,185,196 TSAI, MIEN 44 TSAI, CHEN 44 TUCKER, JANICE 44 TURNER, WILLIAM T. 44 TURNER, JAMES MICHAEL 44,190 TURNER, MADERIA E. 44 TURNER, SHARON L TURNER, PETER R. 79,222,223 TURNER, ALLISON JOANNE 127 TURNER, JOHN WALTER 127 TYDINGS, JAMES E. UNDERHILL, MICHAELS. UNGER, PAMELAA. 79,221,203 URBAN, CONNIE D. VAGAGGINI, JOSEPH 44 VANCE, JOAN L. VANCE, KATHERINE L. 45 VANDEVANDER, RAYMOND E. 45 VANDYKE, STEVEN T. VANDYKE, KATHRYN L. 127,189,190 VANHOOK, JACQURLINE SUE 127,189 VANHOOK, SUSAN JEAN 127 VANLANDINGHAM, GEORGE D. 45 VANSLYKE, DONALD B. 187 VARNEY, SUSAN M. VAUGHN, ROBERT MARK 79 VERHOEFF, IRENE G. 34,45 VERZAGT, DEBORAH A. VEST, CRAIG VEST, NAOMI 79,222,203 VIAL, MARLYS BLANCH 79,189 VIAU, MARTHA J. 45,229 VIGEN, WILLIAM HOWARD 127,131 VILLAGRAN, FERNANDO 45,137 VINCENT, ROBERT D. 45,219 VOGEL, MARY A. 45 VOGEL, LINDA MAE 127,187 VOILS, CHERYL K. 79,220,227,213 VOLLMER, JILLD. VOLLMER, SANDRA M. 80 VONIER, KAREN M. 45,183,227,138 VUOLO, REGINAA. 186 WAINWRIGHT, DARRYL A. 45 WAINWRIGHT, YVETTE D. WALDMAN, DALE 213,130 WALDRON, JIMMY R. 127 WALDROP, RONNIE W. 222,127 WALES, TIMOTHY GEORGE 80 WALKER, ADAM WALKER, AMANDA MICHELE 128 WALLACE, ELEANOR BRAY 128,190 WALLS, SHARON ELAINE WALSH, BRIAN N. 128 WALTERS, CATHERINE E. 80,189 WALTER, REBECCA SUE 128,184 WALTERS, KEITH ALAN 128 WALTON, PAULK. WALTON, BRIAN SCOTT 80 WALTON, FORREST LYNN 128 WALUTES, RONALD L. 45 WAMPLER, PAMELA SUE 80,203 WARD, DIANA L. WARD, FRANK ROSS 80 WARD, ROBERT K. 80 WARD, PENNY SUSAN 128,224,206,196, 213 WARDINSKI, BRUCE DAVID 199,194 WARDINSKI, KATHLEEN A. 128,220,191 WARE, MARYF. WARE, RITAANNE WARE, PAMELA LYNNE 45 WARNER, STEPHENS. 219 WARNER,GLENNA. JR. WARR, BRENDA K. WARRICK, JULIE ANN WASSELL, ANTHONY J. WATSON, JAMES D. WATSON, MARYS. WATTS, WILLIAM R. WATTS, CHRISTOPHERA. 185 WATTS, CHRISTOPHER, J. WATTS, JAMIE L. 80,222 WATTS, CHARLES PHILLIP WEAKLAND, SCOT P. 45 WEATHERS, PHILLIP 187,131 WEAVER, VIRGINIA 45 WEAVER, TIMOTHY J. 176,189,227 WEBB, PATRICIA L. 80 WEBSTER, CHARLES C. 45 WEBSTER, DONALD LEE WEES, CARLA CHRISTINE WEIFORD, GARY THOMAS 227 WEILAND, RONALD F. WEILAND, ROBERT F. JR. WEINSTOCK, ELLEN P. 130 WELCH, MARYK. WELLEN, DAVID G. 45,222 WELLS, WILLIAM M. 222,192 WELLS, DAVID GENE 80 WELLS, NANCY E. 80,185 WELZEL, SHERRY ANN 184 WENRICH, RHONDA A. WENRICH, RONNIE DIANE 80 WENRICH, SUSAN M. 81,184 WENTZEL, PAMELA K. 81 WEST, DOUGLAS R. 187 WEST, STEPHANIE ANNE 81,221,193 WHEELER, DAVID M. 45,137 WHEELER, ROBERT F. 229,153 WHIPPS, GEORGE W. JR. 45 WHIPPS, SANDRA E. WHIPPLE, COLLEEN A. 81 WHIPPS, SUSAN JEAN 191,203,193,186, 213 WHITAKER, DAVID M. 81 WHITEFORD, KATHERINE G. 45,193 WHITELY, JOHN E. 45 WHITE, TERESA L. WHITEFORD, ANNE C. WHITENER, DUANE C. WHITE, NANCY L. 81,222 WHITMER, JOHN EDWARD WHITNER, THOMAS C. 81 WHITTINGTON, RICHARD W. 45 WHYMAN, KATHLEEN T. 81 WICKHAM, MATHEW P. 81,222,201 WICKHAM, JOHN A. 222,201 WIESNER, MELANIEG. 45,185 WIESS, CHRISTIAN J. WILDING, BRENDA J. 45,222 WILLIAMS, KAREN D. 45,196 WILLIAMS, DARRYL A. 45 WILLIAMS, MARK A. WILLIAMSON, DONNA C. WILLIS, BRYANT K. 45 WILLIAMS, KELLI L. WILLIAMS, WENDY A. WILLIAMS, WILLIAM E. 201,199 WILLIAMS, DREW ROBERT 81,220,196, 194,213 WILLIAMS, JAMES G. 81,131 WILLIAMS, VICTORIA L. 81,27,220,193,138 WILLIAMS, GEORGE G. 187,130 WILLIAMSON, ROSCOET. WILLIS, NIGEL ERIC 22,130 WILLSIE, TRACEY L. WILSON, LORI A. 45 WILSON, CRAIG E. WILSON, LISAJ. 185 WILSON, PAMELA J. WILSON, VICTOR W. WILSON, GREGORYC. WILSON, MARK ALLEN 81,219,227 WINN, ROBERTH. 12,130,184 WINSLOW, SUSAN 45,210 WINSLOW. MARKO. 81 WIRTH, DIANE L. 130 WISNIEWSKI, TU LANN 81,221,196,194, 190 WITHROW, TINA A. 81,211,196,190 WITTSCHIEBE, KATHY F. 45 WOHLMAN, ROBERTS. 45 WOLFE, ROBERTW. WOMACK, JAMIE L. WOOD, LINDA L. 45 WOOD, ALISON M. 81,184,218 WOOD, BARBARA JANE 130,229,220,188 WOOD, RICHARD 12,130 WOOD, YVONNE CREEKMORE 130,15 WOODHURST, DARRYL J. WOODS, JOYCE HOLLY WOODS, SHARON 81 WOODWORTH, JILL E. WORKMAN, CHRIS BATISTAS WRIGHT, MICHELLE 45 WRIGHT, GERT 45 WRIGHT, DEANGELA MARIA WRIGHT, TAMARAS. WRIGHT, CLIFFORD 81,131 WRIGHT, JAMES WILEY 81,27,131 WYATT, SHEILA M. 130 WYNDER, CYNTHIA L. 81 WYNDER, REAA. 184,130,203 WYSZPOLSKI, RANDALLT. YATES, DEBRAD. 211 YAGATE, D. 211 YEARDLEY, CATHERINE YODER, DARBYG. 81 YOUCHEFF, LESLIE ANN YOUNG, BETH A. 45 YOUNG, LANCE C. YOUNG, ROSEA. YOUNG, TERESA R. 222 YOUNG, JEFFREY A. 81 YOUNG, CONNIE E. 130 YOUNG, JAMESTHOMAS 131 YOUSSEF, ALAAM. YUVANNIDIS, GEORGE 81 YUVANNIDIS, ARETULA 131 ZAICE, NANCY L. 184,198 ZAICE, MARGARET MARY 131,189,203 ZEDALIS, PAUL EDWARD 130 ZEHRING, RHONDAE. 184 ZELLOE, JAMESTHOMAS 81,229 ZELLOE, JOSEPH JOHN 131 ZEPKA, SAMUEL J. 42,43,95 ZEPKA, KEVIN R. 134 ZEPPENFELD, SALLY A. ZILER, SHEILA 45 ZIMMER, KATHERYN ANN 81,220,206 ZOLLNER, CARLA A. 45 ZOLLNER, MICHAELA. ZOLLNER, RICHARD E. JR. 131,205 ZWART, CHRISTOPHER 81 Student Index 275 People Who Need People 276 PATRONS GUSTO! and the world Patrick Lee -N- Angel TLA My girls are Mt. Vernon Girls—Billy E. 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