Nazareth Area High School - Comet Yearbook (Nazareth, PA)
- Class of 1978
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NAZARETH AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
LLOWTHE LIGHT OF OUR SPECTRUM . . .
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Behind The Counter
Clerical Aides Joyce Dech and Lillian
Knecht perform an indespensible service to
the teaching staff.
Guidance Counselors Marlyn Roth and
James Jordon are always willing to help
students in choosing their future vocations.
Vice Principal David Price and our Princi-
pal Claude Shappelle work together to
make the school run smoothly.
Joyce Flowers, Dabra Gilio, and Laura
Harding assist the administrators by pro-
viding valuable secretarial service.
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During the past three years, members of the staff have been
involved in the following activities:
I. MARLYN ROTH - Guidance Counselor for the sopho-
more and junior yearsg Student Council adviser.
2. DEBRA GILIO - Offiee clerk.
3. JOYCE FLOWERS - Guidance office clerk.
4. JAMES .IORDON - Junior and Senior Guidance Counse-
lorg Student Council adviser.
5. SALLY JO SHRIVER - Library assistant,
6. LILLIAN KNECHT - Teachers' aide.
7. JOYCE DECH - Teachers' aide.
8. DAVID PRICE - First-year vice principal.
9. CLAU DE SHAPPELLE - First-year principal. previously
IO. MARION WHITESELL - School nurse.
II. ROSEANNE EMIG - Library assistant.
I2. LAURA HARDING - Office secretary
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2. Joan Paul finds a moment of seriousness in
a romantic language.
3. Peter Newman points out that "Bill"
Shakespeare really liked Dr. Pepper better.
4. Pat DeAngelis portraying her favorite song,
"Me and My Shadow."
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During the past three years. members ol' the stall' have been involved in the following activi-
l, SHARON ADAMS - Librarian: Library Skills.
2. MARIE VORON KEVlCll -Junior English,Spcech. Commencement Speakers adviser.
3. PETER NEWMAN - Senior English mini-courses: Cileam Adviser: Chaproncs area
theatre trips. the late. great Ski Club. England trips.
4. ROBERT llOl.l.AND - Sophomore and Junior English: Journalism: Blue and While
Standard adviser: Student Council adviser: Ski Club adviser: liootball and Track coach.
5. JOAN PAUL - lfreneh l,ll,lll.lV: Sophomore and Junior English: Adviser lior Honor
Society and Junior Miss Pageant: Foreign Language department chairman: Chapcroncd
trips to lfrance.
6. JAMES EVANKO - Sophomore and Junior English: llead l-'ootball Coach.
7. ALAN Mll.l.ER - English and Dramatic Arts.
8. JOHN COKEFAI R - Senior English mini-courses: Senior Class Play: Drama Club: New
York Trips, Stagccralt Club: Youth Enabling Service ol' Northampton County. Musical l.
ll.lll: Drama Competition.
9. DEBORAH IILQTCHINSON - German I.ll,lll.lV.
IO, PATRICIA DIZANGEIJS - Sophomore and Junior English: Pep Club: YEA: Musical,
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1. Quentin Zell discusses another interest-
ing current event.
2. Daniel Kemeter relaxes as his class finally
begins to respond to his questioning.
y 3. Ronald Lewis keeps a close eye on the
clock in hopes of another Nazareth victory.
4. Miriam Zell, Department Chairperson in
Social Studies, smiles as she takes a break
from her many duties and responsibilities.
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RONALD LEWIS-Junior American Cultures, Senior
,AnthNnmHogy,FootbaH and Track Coach.
DALE HARRISON-Sophomore World Cultures,
American Indian, Sponsored Trips to American
huhan h4useunu Schohnsuc Scdnnnage,AdvBon
QUENTIN ZELL-Senior Problems of Democracy,
Political Science, Poverty, Current Issues and Law.
BARRY BOYER- Sophomore World Cultures, As-
sistant Baseball Coach, Varsity Basketball Coach.
MIRIAM ZELL-Junior American Cultures, Social
Studies Department Chairperson, Honor Society Ad-
DANIEL KEMETER-Sophomore World Cultures,
Junior American Cultures, Youth and Crime, Junior
Varsny Basketbah and BasebaH Coach.
NEIL SHOOK-Senior American Government' Junior
American Cultures' Political Club Adviser
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Through Math And Science
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Gary Lazo keeps himself busy adjusting to
our routine during his first year as a teacher
at Nazareth High School.
Barbara Saltern, busy as usual correcting
Jerry Treon struggles to get a concerned
student to comprehend his latest assign-
ment in math.
Earl Peck gives his calculus class a smile of
encouragement and inspiration.
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SHERWOOD FREDERICK Geometry Algebra ll
Honors Geometry Trlgonometry Analytlc Geometry Sen
1or Class Advlser Honor Socelty Advlser ESSC Math
INGRID SIMKE Blology I General Sclence Track
Coach Envlronmental Educatlon Commlttee Chalrperson
.Iacobsburg Stae Park Trlp Advlser
EARL PECK Math ll math for Llvmg Algebra I
Algebra Il Analytlc Geometry Calculus Stage Band
JERRY TREON Math ll Trigonometry Probablllty
andStat1st1cs Elementary Functlons Algebra ll Program
mable Calculator Football and Track Coach
FRANCIS FRIEDHOFF Earth Sclence Space Scrence
Planetarlum Shows Jun1or Class Advlser
BARBARA SALTERN Chemlstry Advanced Chemls
try Scholastlc Scrrmmage Advlser Chess Club Advlser
GARY LAZO Physlcs Advanced Physlcs
LEONARD BAST Blology I Modern Toplcs 1n Blology
MICHELE PARVENSKY Chemlstry General Scrence
Intermural Basketball Tutorlng Program Drrector
Practice For ur Futures W Www
Victor Lesky and John Roanoke are always
willing to help the schoolls organizations
whenever special props are needed.
Robert Lichner and David Sestak appraise
the creative flower arrangements which
were made by the Crafts class to be entered
in competition at the Annual Chrysanthe-
William Hamilton and Philip George are
immensely interested in promoting in-
creased enrollment in the music programs in
In addition to her duties as teacher in our
Business Department, Andrea Kadar
manages the ticket sales for all productions
and public performances.
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l. PHILIP GEORGE-Marching Band, Concert Band, Junior
High School Band, Instrumental Lessons.
2. WILLIAM HAMILTON-Concert Choir, Chorale, Jazz and
Show Choir, Treble Singers, Music Theory, Music Appreci-
ation, Host for 1977 District X Chorus Festival, Musical I,
3. DONALD FREDERICK-Business Math, Personal Typing,
Typewriting l,IIg Golf Coach, Assistant Softball Coach.
4. BELVA KOLESSAR-Typewriting II, Clerical Skills,
Comet Staff Adviser.
5. EVELYN KILPATRICK-Shorthand I,lI, Office Practice,
Typewriting Il, Clerical Skills II, Music Clubs Concert Co-
6. DAVID SESTAK-Crafts, Photography, Ninth Grade Art.
7. VICTOR LESKY-Industrial Arts Wood, Advanced Wood,
8. A. JANE JARRETT-Typewriting I, Personal Typing,
General Business, Record Keeping, Magazine Campaign Ad-
viser, Sophomore Class Adviser, Honor Society Adviser.
9. ANDREA KADAR-Typewriting II, Personal Typing, Ac-
counting I,IIg Business Law.
10. ROBERT LICHNER-Art I,II, General Art I,II, Crafts,
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ll.JOHN ROANOKE-Industrial Arts Exploratory Metals, it
Industrial Arts Metals I, Advanced Metals, Technical Draw-
ing, Assistant Football Coach, Head Baseball Coach.
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1. Raymond Nunamaker, varsity wrestling
coach, explains human bone structure to a
sophomore health class.
2. Patricia Auerbach and Mary Jane Siemin-
ski acquaint students with the vital roll each
of us holds in the life of the family.
3. Nick Drosnock and Frank Krisch try to
look inconspicuous as they cover up a dent
in the Driver Education car.
4. Gary Thorne is always willing to assist
physical education students in developing
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RUTH ANN McCAY-Health and Physical Education, Girls
Basketball Coach, Cheerleading adviser.
MARY JANE SIEMINSKI-Homemaking.
RAYMOND NUNAMAKER-Health and Physical Education
Cross Country Coach, Varsity Wrestling coach.
REGINA CHASSARD-Physical Education, Field Hockey
Coach, Softball Coach.
PATRICIA AUERBACH-Child Development, Adult Living
Homemaking I, Creative Foods, Creative Homes, Home Crafts
Bachelor Living, Future Homemakers of America Adviser.
NICHOLAS DROSNOCK-Driver Education, Physical Educa-
tion, Boys' Basketball Coach.
FRANK KRISCH-Driver Education, Girls' Basketball Coach
Girls' Field Hockey Coach.
GARY THORNE-Health and Physical Education Intramural
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l. Housekeepers Zena Bath, Mable Wam-
bold, and Julia Hilliard.
2. Day Custodians Marvin Frey, Granville
Klein, and Charles Diener.
3. Cafeteria Staff Pearl Bitz, Fern Rupert,
Mable Graf, Kathy Hess, Pat Hayden,
Claire Johnson, Katherine Silfies, Evelyn
Shankweiler, Anthonina Ovcrholt, Anna
Bieler, Claire Bush, Joan Nagle.
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Guidance Counselor Marlyn Roth appears to ap-
preciate versatile Ruth Ann McCay's handwork.
Our school newspaper is only one of Robert Hol-
land's responsibilities. Mr. Holland is also football
and track assistant coach and Student Council
Home Economics teacher Patricia Auerbach is
credited with the great strides which have been
made in that department's program.
Many student teachers get practical experience in
our school Miss Coffee worked with Sherwood Fred
erick in the Mith Department
For School Board
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Vincent Paukovitch carefully examines his
notes before the start of a meeting of the
Richard Hunt, newest member to the Board
of Education, becomes aquainted with
Individual conferences are frequently held
prior to a regular meeting.
William Broad, president of the Board of
Education, has recently been reelected For
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Controversy is the key word in describing the Board
of Education's new policies for the l977-78 school
year. Some ofthe new policies included the elimina-
tion of foreign trips, ski club, and the majority of
activities outside of a 25-mile limit, except athleti-
cal activities and some band activities. We believe
that the experience of the senior class were less
educational and memorable because of these deci-
sions. We sincerely hope that these policies will be
reversed so that each future class will have a more
educational and enjoyable senior year.
l. Palmer Lindenmoyer
2. Board President William Broad
3. Elmo Frey
4. Superintendent of Schools Herbert Cobley
5. Secretary-Business Manager Wilfred Sheetz
6. Raymond Reinert
7. Richard Hunt
8. Vincent Paukovitch
Missing from the picture are Gail Schultz, Conrad Tripp,
Carl Hahn and Solicitor Walter Peters.
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LISA JEAN ALBAN ESE
Track ig JV Cheerleader
1, Varsity 2, CoCaptain 3g
Pep Club L23 Prom Com-
mittee 2g Senior Play Usher
3g Ski Club 3g Homecom-
ing Committee 1,233 Sen-
ior Class Committee 3.
SH ERWOOD A LBERT
JV Football l, Varsity l,
2,3-g Track 2,3g Colonial
League All Star Foot-
ball First Team 3g
Northampton County All
Star Footbali Team 33
Big 33 Nominee 35 Ali
Area Football First Team
JV Football l, Varsity 21
Track i,2,3g Cross Coun-
try Tri Capiain 34 Prom
Committee Chairman 2g
Homecoming Escort 3g
Senior tClass Committee
LEFT: Coming back to our
last year in high school will
bring back many memories.
We had many ups and downs
to remember. CENTER:
Among the extracurricular
activities that students be-
come involved with is our fine
sports program. Brien Alte-
mose was a member of the
cross country team, Besides
spending time in classes, sen-
iors find time to relax and
enjoy each othefs company
in the senior center, and also
in our well-equipped library.
Kim LaBarba, Frank Heier,
and Mike Male were frequent
visitors at both these places.
Pep Club 2.
CINDY L. BALTZ
.IV Basketball l,2, Tri'Cz1pt-
tain 33 Tennis lg Varsity Sofi-
ball 2,3g Pep Club 23 Majorette
l,2,3g Comet 3: Homecoming
Committee 2,33 Senior Class
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SUSAN C. JENNIFER A. BASILE EARL BASSETT GAIL ESTHER BASTIAN
BARTHOLOMEW .lffrmy Vocational-Technical College Prep
Vocational-Technical College Prep
Softball l,2,3: Ski Club l,2,3g
Senior Play 33 School Musical Library Aide 1,23 Chess Club
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3g Dramatic Club 3.
KEITH ALLEN BEN DER
l Vafsity Baseball 39 Varsity
Football 2. I
Softball 1,2,3g Prom Com-
mittee 23 Comet 3: Home-
coming Committee 3g Senior
Class Committee 3.
JEFFREY D. BITTNER
JV Baseball lg Tennis 2g
Senior Play 33 Dramatic Club
3g Honor Society 33 Chess
Club 3g Basketball Statistician
l,2,3g Tuior l,2,3.
KEVIN E. BORTZ l
Prom Committee 2g Senior
Play 3g Musical 2,33 Comet
33 'Dramatic Club 2,33 Honor
Society 2,32 Homecoming
BRIAN D. BGYER
.IV Wrestling l, Varsity 2,3.
LEE A. BRANDT
Homecoming Committee 3.
JV Baseball 1, Varsity
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TOP LEFT: Gail Bastian
takes an active part in Ger-
man class instruction. RIGHT
TOP: Totally absorbed in her
work, Jenny Basile ponders
over an algebraic expression.
RIGHT BOTTOM: Joe
Brown rechecks his account-
ing assignment for the up-
teenth, time, CENTER: Sen-
iors Bernice Costanzo and
Mike Kachline. LEFT: With
his eyes on the clock, Kevin
Bortz awaits the all-impor-
tant 3:l5 bell.
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JV Football l, Varsity
2,3g Track l,2,3g Colonial
League All Star 2nd Foot-
ball Teamg Easton Express
All Area Honorable Men-
tion Football Team 3.
GAIL LOUISE BUSS
Softball l,2,3g JV Cheer-
leader 1, Captain 2g Var-
sity Cheerleader 3g Pep
Ciub l,2,3g Prom Com-
mittee Zg Blue and White
3g Student Council 33
Homecoming Court 3.
DEN ISE MARIE
CA LA BRESE
Honor Guard l,2g Flag
Squad 3g Senior Play 3g
Musical 31 Homecoming
Committee 3g Senior Class
BETTY A N N
CA MPANA RO
Treble Choir l.
JV Football l, Varsity
LEFT: Roberta Rutt keeps
busy with her full schedule
as she completes an account-
ing job. CENTER LEFT:
Enrolled in our Secretarial
Course, Joan Wambold hopes
to put her skills to good use
after graduation. CENTER
RIGHT: Wendy Raidline
completes her project in a
World Cultures class. CEN-
TER BOTTOM: Sharon Getz,
busy as usual. Sharon rarely
wastes time, as she volunteers
for many jobs around the
school. BOTTOM: Enjoying
lunch in our attractive cafe-
teria is one of' Mike Kostick's
favorite times ofthe day.
STEPH EN .IOH N
Band l,2, Drum Section Lead-
er 3g Stage Band 31 Prom
Committee 21 Homecoming
Pep Club 21 Prom Committee
23 Senior Play 33 Musical 3g
Ski Club 2,3g Dramatic Club
3g FHA 3g Stagecraft Club 3g
Homecoming Committee 3.
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KEVIN M. COUGHLIN
Golf l,2,31 Tennis 1,23 Ski
Field Hockey 1.2. Co-Cap-
tain 3g Track I,2. Pep Club
Ig Prom Committee 2g Stu-
dent Couneil 3g YEA 23 Home-
coming Committee l.2.3.
DENNIS R. DALEY
.IV Baseball I, Varsity 3:
Prom Committee 23 Student
Council 33 Homecoming Com-
mittee 3g Senior Class Trip
Committee Chairman 3.
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KATHY LOUISE DAN EY
Prom Committee Co-Chair-
man 21 Ski Club 2.3g Blue
and White 3g Student Coun-
cil 3g Homecoming Committee
l,2, Co-Chairman 33 Senior
Class Committee 3.
Track 31 Senior Play Student
Director 3g Musical 3,
DENISE MARIE DAY
Varsity Basketball Manager
l,2,3,g Band I,2. Secretary
DEBORAH K. DECH
Pep Club i,2g Prom Com-
mittee 25 Senior Play Co-
Director 31 Ski Club 2,33 Blue
and White 33 Homecoming
Committee I,2,3g Senior Class
Field Hockey 33 Varsity Soft-
ball I,2,3,g Cross Country
33 Flag Squad l.2g Rifle Squad
Captain 3g Prom Committee
23 Blue and White Page Edi-
tor 33 Homecoming Com-
ANITA E. DEUTSCH
Tennis 2g Pep Club 2g Senior
Play 33 Musical 35 Blue and
White Co-Editor 2g Honor
Society 2, Secretary 31 Library
Aide l,2g Chess Club 2,3g
PSPA Keystone Award 3g
Homecoming Committee 3.
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TOP LEFT: Kevin Coughlin's
putting helped the golf team
to a winning season. TOP
RIGHT: Mark Duignam, a
basketball whiz and runner-up
for the physique of the week
contest, enjoys the senior
center. BELOW: Donna De-
Reamus uses the facilities of
our foreign language depart-
ment, CENTER: Shelly
Murphy and Lisa Diehl "circle
up" for another great session
with Mr. Newman. LEFT:
Book in hand, Betty Cam-
panaro tackles another trans-
action in accounting class.
Tennis 23 Pep Club lg Prom
Committee 2g Senior Play
Student Director 3g Mu-
sical 3g Treble Choir 3g
Jazznnd Show Chorus 3g
Dramatic Club 34 Library
Aide l,2g Homecoming
Committee 3g Senior Class
LISA JANE DIEHL
Tennis 2,3g Pep Club 2g
Prom Committee 2g Senior
Play 3g Ski Club l,2,3g
Honor Society 3g Home-
coming Committee 2,34
Senior Class Committee 3.
DONN A Dl ETZ
JV Cheerleader l, Cap-
tain 23 Pep Club 1,23 Prom
Committee 23 Home-
coming Committee l,2,3.
CARL DiG ERLANDO
Band 1,2,3g Stage Band
lg Pep Band l,2.
Mat Maid l,2,3g Pep Club
1,23 Prom Committee 23
Senior Play 3g Musical
l,2g Class Secretary-Treas-
urer lg Dramatic Club l,
2,33 Honor Society 33 Stu-
dent Council 2, Secretary
3g Homecoming Commit-
tee l,2,3g Senior Class
Committee 3g Keystone
Merit PSPA Award 2,
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Pep Club 2g Prom Com-
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JV Basketball 1, Varsity
2, Captain 33 Cross Coun-
try X23 Blue and White
Staff Writer 3.
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LEFT: Kathy Swceny and
Chris Mcixsell, both mem-
bers ol' the flag squad, pre-
pare for a half-time per-
formance CENTER TOP: Al-
ways sporting a smile, Ann
Shook distributes the daily
absentee list. CENTER
RIGHT: Mike Skutches, a
varsity wrestler and physique
of the week nominee, gives us
a smile from the wood shop
BELOW: Michelle Stark
spend after school time on
the tennis courts. BOTTOM:
Donna Warner makes use of
the microfilm viewer in the
Library. Files of nationally
circulated newspapers and pe-
riodicals are uscd for research
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PATTI LYN N ERDIE
Pep Club l,2g Prom Com-
mittee 2g Senior Play 2g Blue
and White 3g Class Vice Presi-
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Football All League Second
Team Offense and Defense
2: JV Wrestling l,2.
THOMAS J. FLEGLER
.IV Baseball I, Varsity 2.
RQXANNE MARIE FLICK
Track Statistician 2,34 Pep
Club 1,23 Prom Committee 23
Senior Play Committee 2g
Blue and White 3g FHA 31
Homecoming Committee l,
2,33 Senior Class Committee
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Pcp Club 1,21 Honor Guard
2: Flag Squad 3g Prom Com-
miltcc 23 Blue and White l,2,
Page Editor 31 Comet 3: Hon-
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TOP LEFT: Brenda Pritchard
managed to find time to assist
with Homecoming activities
all three years. TOP RIGHT:
Bob Sauerzopf appears to be a
little impatient for the bell to
ring at the end of class. BE-
LOW: Senior David Rohn
enjoys one of the privileges of
becoming a senior - the
pause that refreshes. CEN-
TER: Joe Reichart and Ron
Rader, like many ofthe senior
guys. participate in the annual
ping-pong tournament. LEFT:
Andy Rodgers, the guy with
the irresistable smile and
SUSAN ANN FRITZ
Tennis 2g Pep Club 1,23
Flag Squad 2,3g Prom
Committee Zg Senior Play
3g Ski Club 2,3g Comet 33
JV Basketball lg Track 23
Majorette l,2,31 Prom
Committee 2g Honor So-
ciety 3g Student Council
lg Homecoming Commit-
tee l,2,3g Senior Class
Honor Guard lg Flag
Squad 2,3g Prom Com-
mittee 23 Comet 3.
Pep Club 2g Prom Com-
mittee 2g Senior Play 3:
Musical 33 FHA 33 Home-
coming Committee 2,31
Senior Class Committee 3.
Pep Club l,2g Prom Com-
mittee 2g Senior Play 3g
Musical l,2,3g Dramatic
Club l,2,3g Honor Society
33 Stage-Craft Club 3g Pa.
Governoris School for Arts
Ig Scholastic Art Award lg
Art Show First Place Eg
Teachers Choice Award
of Merit 1.
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LEFT: Kevin Reichel sporting
a fancy pair of safety glasses,
courtesy of the chemistry de-
partment. CENTER TOP:
Karen Weaver directed our
class plays on the road to suc-
cess. Karen is also a member
of the chorus, and the Jazz
and Show Choir. CENTER
RIGHT: Football player Bob
Sauerzopf proves he is not
all brawn and no brains. BE-
LOW: Debbie Marth com-
bines her interests in crafts
with future homemaking
plans. BOTTOM: Our Horne-
coming Queen, Mony Tanzos,
is an active participant on
the field hockey and basket-
JUSTINE A. GETZ
SHARON E. G ETZ
FHA 3. Pep Club l,2: Prom Com-
mittee 23 Homecoming Com-
mittee 33 Senior Class Com-
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H onor Society 2,3.
Library Aide 2.33
SCOTT GRAN D1
RAY J. GROFF
Cross Country 34 Band l,2,3,
Ski Club 3,
LA R RY G RU BE
CHRISTOPH ER GRU VER
Track l,2,3g Cross Country
3: Pep Club 23 Prom Com-
mittee 3: Blue and White Page
Editor 3g Senior Class Com-
MELAN LE A. GUTSHALL
Pep Club 1,23 Prom Com-
mittee 2g Blue and White 32
Honor Society 3g Homecoming
Committee 33 Senior Class
MICHAEL A. HABERLE
JV Baseball 1, Varsity 2,33
JV Football l, Varsity 2, Co-
KAREN ANN HAFFLING
Flag Squad l,2,3g Prom Com-
mittee 21 Senior Play 3g Mu-
sical 2.35 Ski Club 2,33 Con-
cert Choir 2,3g Chorale 2,34
FHA 3g Homecoming Com-
mittee l,2,3: Senior Class
Committee 31 Junior Mies
KERRY T. HAHN
LORI I-I A I-I N
Flag Squad l,2,3.
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Field Hockey 2,33 Track l,2,3
Pep Club l,2g Prom Com-
mittee Zg Ski Club 33 FHA 3
Homecoming Committee 1,2
35 Senior Class Committee 3,
TOP LEFT: Idle hours are
spent many different ways.
The Senior Center is always
a popular meeting place, but
many others prefer to remain
in assigned study halls. Stana
Gutekunst ponders over which
place to go. TOP RIGHT:
Lori Hanner checks the clockg
a persistant senior habit. TOP
BELOW: Jack Herbst never
has a decision to make - the
Center wins every time. CEN-
TER: Kim Hill and Audrey
Itterly in a quiet respite in
the Center. LEFT: Duane
Ackerman chooses another
option and takes advantage
of a class in Personal typing.
Softball l,2g Flag Squad
1, Colorguard Captain 23
JACK R. HERBST
JV Basketball Tri-Cap-
tain lg Varsity Football
2,3g Prom Committee 2:
Student Council lg Home-
coming Committee 3.
Library Aide 1.2: Con-
cert Choir 2,31 Jazz and
Show Choir 3: Musical
2,34 Dramatic Club 2,3:
Prom Committee 2: Pep
Club l,2: Chess Club 3.
T T EZ
KATH LEEN H ESS
JV Baseball 1, Varsity
2,3g JV Basketball l,2g
Cross Country 2.
LEFT: Our girls' athletic
teams can new boast of their
very own cheering squad. Cel-
len Doyle was a member of
our first cheering squad. CEN-
TER TOP: Kevin Hess dreams
of a relaxing game of ping
pong in the Center or perhaps
just a chance to getaway from
English class. CENTER
RIGHT: Lisa Daugherty, who
came to our school in our Jun-
ior year, was a big hit in "The
Man Who Came to Dinner."
She was alse student director
for "Arsenic and Old Lace."
BOTTOM CENTER: Lisa
Headley, une of the lucky
students enrolled in the crafts
courses. BOTTOM: Jack
Herbsi, Mike Hostick, Jeff
Welty, and Lew Rissrniller in
their "Singles Living" class.
CATHY L. HICKERNELL
Varsity Basketball Statistician
2,3g Field Hockey l,2, Co-
Captain 31 Softball l,2g Prom
Committee 23 Homecoming
Committee 33 Senator Class
FRANCIS HILDEN BRAN DT
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Field Hockey l,2.
LISA HOA DLEY
Pep Club 1,21 Prom Com-
mittee 2g Blue and White 24
Homecoming Committee I,2,
33 Senior Class Committee 3.
MELODY ANN HOADLEY FRANK HOFER
MICHAEL ALAN LISA ANN HONSEL
HOLODNAK College Prep
JV Cheerleader 23 Pep Club
Tennis 1,2g Track 33 Cross 1,23 Majorette 3g Prom Com
Country 31 Band l,2, Treas- mittee 2g Senior Play 3: Mu
urer 33 Stage Band 3g Pep sical 33 Ski Club lg Blue and
Band 3. White Zg Honor Society 2.3
Student Council l,2,3g Home
coming Committee 33 Claes
Committee 3. '
Senior Play 3g Blue and White
3g Merit Scholarship Semi-
Homecoming Committee 3:
Football Manager 2.
JAMIE LEE HUNT
Track Statitician 2g Pep Club
l,2g Senior Play 23 Student
Advisory Council Ig Home-
coming Committee l,2g Tutor
A U DRI-EY MARIE
Pep Club l,2g Honor Guard 1,
Lieutenant 23 Flag Squad
Lieutenant 33 Prom Com-
mittee 23 Comet 2g I-lgma-
coming Committee 2g Senior
Class Committee 3.
.IV Baseball 1, Varsity 2,35
JV Football l, Varsity 2,39
Scholar Athlete 3g First Team
Colonial League All Star Cen-
KAREN M. JANNY
Varsity Basketball I,2,33 Ten-
nis lg Softball 2,33 Prom Com-
mittee 2g Honor Society 2,3.
MICHAEL B. KACHLINE
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TOP LEFT: Chemistry Class
always offers a challenge to
Mark Duignam and friends.
TOP RIGHT: Joe Kardelis
and teammates spend anxious
moments before the Home-
coming game. BELOW: Sen-
ior English students lucky
enough to be assigned to John
Cokefair's class in the "Mys-
terious" CENTER: Mary
Lou Pysher and Stella La-
ponuke interpret just one of
Peter Newman's "required
reading." LEFT: Eric Hum-
mel in a quiet moment in our
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tive Q, 7 X...
DAVID A. KARCH
""' ris' Senior Play 31 Ski Group 3.
JOSEPH C. KARDELIS
JV Football 1, Varsity l,2,
3g Track l.
.Q-v DANNY KEENHOLD
'Pep Club l ,2g Majorette
33 Prom v Committee 3g
c:I N DY KEMMERER
KARL F. KIPP, JR.
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yearbouk takesmfforg, stamina
and Crbativity Here ,Cathj
Tauschman and Judy Yvfavrting
make' just one of the mam
important ,decisians requirqz
to produce a memorable year
book, CENTER TOP: 'AL
though school is a p lace'ic
learn, occasignally educationa
assemblies are included in om
Work from thg: very start.
and extremely dependable pw
ple are vital in gredientsb ir
producing the COMET, CEP-Tl
TERBOTTOM: Steve Sand-
brook and Ray Graff beiieve
our assembliem are toofev.
and far between. BGTTOMJ
Although' state competition
eluded Mike Kosticky he was
a' vafuabie part of our cross
MICH AEL KOSTIC K
TERRY LEE LaBAR
KIM MARIE LaBARBA
Track 33 Pep Club 2.
LaRUE ANNETTE LAHR
Softball lg Pep Club lg Prom
l TAMMY CAROLYN
College Prep A
Tennis 1,23 Track 3g Softball
lg Pep Club 2g Prom Com-
mittee Chairman 23 Senior
Play Chairman 3: FHA Vice
Presicient 34 Homecoming
Committee 1,25 Senior Class
Committee 34 t
TODD HAROLD LAI-IR
Coiiego Prep l
Track 3g JV Wrestling 1,
Varsity 2,lCo-Captain 3g Stu-
dent Council Committee
Chairman 3g Homecoming
Assembly Co-Chairman 33
All-Area Honorable Mention
Wrestling 2. .
l MICHAEL, LAYQIDRY l
cottage Prep l
lvomeeh Student' lceuneix,
Diversified Occupations, g
DAVID ALLEN LAUBACH
.W Football 1, Varsity 2g Ten-
nis 2,33 Prom Committee 2g
Musical 3g Blue and eWhite 2g
Chess Club 2,3g Senior Class
Committee 3. o
KATHY BETH LAUBACH
Band 1gSki Club 34 Blue and
white 3, '
GREGORY CRAIG LEH l
JV Baseball lg JV Football ll,
Varsity 2,3g JV Wrestling l,2,
Varsity 2,33 Musical 33 Con-
cert ,Choir lg Whds Who
Among o American High
School Students 29 Senior
Class Committee 3.
WILLIAM J, LEH
TOP LEFT: Not all seniors
rush to the Senior Center dur-
ing free time. LaRue Lahr
prefers peace and quiet to
complete an assignment. TOP
RIGHT: Clerical Student
Kathy Laubach works on a
typing assignment. The Busi-
ness Department is proud of its
modern, up-to-date facilities.
BELOW: Mary Letson, one of
the reasons our class play was
such a booming success, jots
down a few notes. CENTER:
Diane Marakovits and Edie
Longenbach take advantage
of one of the privileges of
honor students - their very
own room. LEFT: Tammy
Ervin and friends enjoy the
20-minute break in the school
day provided by the activity
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MARY E. LETSON
Concert Choir 33 Library
Honor Society 2,3.
Varsity Tennis l,2,3g Pep
Club l,2g Prom Commit-
tee 2g Senior Play Com-
mittee 3g Honor Society
2,33 Homecoming Com-
mittee 3g Senior Class
Committee 33 District Ten-
nis Third Place 3g State
Tennis Qualified 3.
Magazine Caimpaigri Staff
l,2. - h
Pep Club 1: Homecoming
JV Wrestling I,2, Varsity
College Prep t
Tennis. l,2,3g Softball lg
Pep Club l,2,3g Prom
Committee 2g Muscial 2,3g
Treble Choir 1, Concert
Choir 2, Chorale 2,33
Dramatic Club l,2,3g
Honor Society 2,33 Student
Council 3g Homecoming
Committee l,2,3g Senior
Class Committee 3.
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TOP LEFT: Carl Digerlando,
active in our marching band,
breaths a sigh of relief after a
busy day.'LEFT TO? CENTER:
Mel Gutshall, a student in the
Health Assistant Program at
Vo-Tech, completes a typing as-
signment. LEFT CENTER:
Though most people enjoy having
their photo taken, Michele
Stark thinks differently.
CENTER RIGHT: Brenda
Gradwohl gets ready for another
game of rugged competition in
gym class. BOTTOM: Unlike
most active students, Mark rests
quietly in the Senior Center.
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JV Basketball I, Varsity 2,3g
.IV Basketball l, Varsity 2.
TERRY ANN MARCHAK
Basketball Statistician 33
Field Hockey 1,2,3g Mat Maid
1,23 Pep Club 1,2g Prom
Committee 2g Ski Club 33
FHA 3g Homecoming Com-
mittee 1,2,3g Senior Class
Pep Club 1,25 Prom Com-
mittee 2g Comet 3g Dramatic
Club 33 Honor Society 2, Vice
President 23 Homecoming
Committee 1,2,3g Senior Class
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FRANK THOMAS BRENDA KAY MCG RATH CHARLENE A. MCGRATH
MAUREK Arts' Charlie
JV Basketball l, Varsity 2,33
Varsity Basketball 3g Golf l,2,
33 Prom Committee 23 Home-
coming Committee 3,
Track Announcer 2,3g Band
Announcer l,2,3g Blue and
White 33 Comet 3g Honor
Society 35 Stagecraft Club 3g
Homecoming Committee 2,35
School Play 3.
LU ANN MCPOYLE
Ski Club 2,3g FHA 33 Home-
coming Committee 3g Senior
Class Committee 3.
KAREN TH ER ESE
Track Statistician 2,33 Pep
Club 23 Honor Guard 23 Flag
Squad 33 Prom Committee 23
Blue and White 33 Library
Aide l,2, Homecoming Com-
mittee 33 Senior Class Com-
DEBRA MARIE MEASE
Honor Guard I3 Flag Squad
2,33 Prom Committee Chair-
man 23 Ski Club 2,33 FHA 33
Homecoming Committee 3.
JV Football l, Varsity 23
Track I,2,33 Ski Club 33
Student Council 2.
Band I,2, President 33 Pep
Band l,2,33 Magazine Cam-
paign Staff I,2.
Pep Club 1,23 Prom Com-
mittee Co-Chairman 23 Senior
Play Committee 33 Blue and
White 33 FHA 3g Homecom-
ing Committee l,2,3g Senior
TOP LEFT: Lisa Diehl enjoys
the freedom granted an honor
student to spend scheduled
study periods in the Honor
Room. TOP RIGHT: Softball
and basketball player Karen
Janny. CENTER: Kris Perna
and Lisa Hoadley take a few
free minutes before their
Crafts Class to catch up on
the news arqund the school
LOWER RIGHT: Heidi
Schramm, an enthusiastic
basketball and track member,
takes time to give us one of
her perpetual smiles. BOT-
TOM: Ron Stincr gets a taste
of what it is like to be on
the other side of the teach-
KEVIN M. MILLER
Senior Play 3g Musical
3g Honor Society 2,33
Merit Scholar Finalist 33
Chess Club 3g Gleam A-
wards l ,2g Basketball
CH ERYL LEIG H
Track lg Pep Club l,2g
l,2,3g Senior Class Com-
DEE MON DSCHEIN
Pep Club lg Majorette 2,
Head Majorette 33 Prom
Committee 2g Homecom-
ing Committee l,2,3.
SH ELLY AN N
Track 2,31 Prom Com-
mittee 23 Blue and White
3g Homecoming Com-
ANN E LOU ISE
Softball Manager lg Mat
Maid l,2,3g Pep Club l,2g
Prom Committee 2' Honor
ANN N. N AG LE
Pep Club 1.2.
JV Baseball 1,2,3, First
Team Colonial League 3g
.IV Basketball l, Varsity 2,
Co-Captain 33 Golf l,2,3.
JV Football l, Varsity 2,33
Track l,2,3g Class Presi-
dent lg Homecoming
TOP LEFT: Leading man in
Arsenic and Old Lace Ken
Smith apparently enjoys re-
minising on the success of the
senior class play. CENTER
TOP LEFT: This pile of
passes shows attendance is
booming in the Center. LOW-
ER LEFT: Our own Mr, Ir-
restible Jan Smith puts
fame behind him and tackles
a math assignment. RIGHT
CENTER: Every year the
senior class leaves a bit of
themselves on the walls of
the Center. Brian Hess sits
in front of the mural left by
the Class of '76. BOTTOM:
Bob Brindisi appears appre-
hensive as he thinks about
the upcoming baseball game,
DEN lSE NEMETH
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JO AN N NIKLES
Field Hockey Manager 2g
Pep Club lg Prom Committee
2g Student Council 3g Home-
coming Committee l,2,3g
Senior Class Committee 3.
SCOTT OLENWIN E
College Prep 5
.IV Basketball l, Varsity 2,31
Cross Country 2g Prom Com-
mittee 2g Homecoming Com-
DANA L. PAISLEY
Varsity Cheerleader l,2g
FHA lg Homecoming Com-
mittee l,2,3g Homecoming
Court 3g Pep Club lg Musical
33 Ski Club 3.
JV Baseball Captain 1,
Varsity 2,3g JV Basketball
1, Varsity 2,3g Cross Country
First Three-Year Letterman,
Captain 3g Comet Photogra-
pher 2,3g Class Treasurer
2,3g Student Council.
Pep Club lg Prom Committee
23 Ski Club 3g FHA l,2g
Homecoming Committee 1,2,
MARY LOU PYSHER
Prom Committee 2g Blue and
White 23 Comet 3g Honor
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RONALD RADER WENDY RAIDLINE ELLEN J. REDLINE JOSEPH REICHART
JV Wrestling l,2. Pep Club l,2g Ski Club 2g
Treble Choir l,2g FHA lg
YEA lg VICA 2.
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Seniors managed to take ad-
vantage of all senior privileges.
TOP LEFT: Chris Garr, Sue
Yeakel, and Lee Brandt on a
frequent visit to the Center.
TOP RIGHT: Wendy Raid-
line attending a not-too-
frequent assembly program.
LOWER RIGHT: Cathy
Hickernell prefers the quiet
of the Library. CENTER:
Amidst ping pong games and
checkers, LuAnn McPoyle and
Jane Michael exchange the
latest news. BOTTOM: Diane
Marakovits gets into position
to return the volleyball.
Track 23 Varsity Cheer-
leader 1.2, Captain 3g Pep
Club l,2g Homecoming
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Pep Club 1,23 Homecom-
ing Committee l,2,3g
JV Football 1, Varsity 2,32
If -5, BRIAN SCOTT
1 X A' Vocational-Technical
Pep Club 1,23 Honor
Guard 3g Prom Committee
23 Blue and White 3g
Comet 33 Homecoming
TOP LEFT: Scott Olenwine
tries out the facilities in the
Home Ec Suite. LEFT TOP
CENTER: Involved in our
Art Program, Joey Reichart
spends most of his free time
taking advantage of the
modern equipment in the
Crafts Room. LEFT LOWER
CENTER: Chris Garr appears
to enjoy "Catcher in the
Rye," even though it is an
assigned reading in English
12. RIGHT CENTER: Rich
Schneebeli, a three-year mem-
ber of our football team, was
also impressive as our heavy-
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JV Football I, Varsity 2,3g
Track l,2,3g JV Wrestling l,2,
JV Baseball I, Varsity 2:
JV Football lg Track 3g Tutor
23 Prom Committee 2g Student
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KIM ROG ERS
DAVID WARREN ROHN
JV Baseball 1,2.
THOMAS R. ROHN
Track 2,3g JV Wrestling 1,2
Field Hockey lg Softball 2
Prom Committee 2g FHA 3
Homecoming Committee l,2,
3g Senior Class Committee 3.
CINDY SUE RUMSEY
Pep Club lg Prom Committee
2g Senior Play 33 Musical
33 FHA 33 Homecoming Com-
mittee 3g Senior Class Com-
Cl-IERYL L. RU PERT
FHA 3: Senior Class Com'
JV Football l, Varsity 1,2,3g
JV Wrestling LZ, Varsity 31
Prom Committee 23 Ski Club
2,3g Class President 2,3g Stuw
dent Council l,2,3g Home-
coming Committee Court and
Queen Float 3.
CONNIE JEAN SANDS
JV Football Captain 1, Var'
sity l,2,3g Track l,2,3g JV
Wrestling lg Blue and White 2,
Editor 3g First Team Coionial
League All Star Football,
Second Team All-Areag Big
33 Nominee, Northampton
.IV Football Captain I, Var.
sity l,2, Captain 33 Track l,2,
3: JV Wrestling 2, Varsity 2,33
Blue and White 33 First Team
Colonial League Ai! Star
Football, Second Team All-
Area, Big 33 Nominee.
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TOP LEFT: Lou Rissmiller
gets advice for his upcoming
bout from Coach Nunamaker.
TOP RIGHT: Cheerleading
Squad Captain Colleen Re-
maley appears apprehensive
about the outcome of a .IV
basketball game, LOWER
TOP RIGHT: Darla Seaton,
one of the 80 members ofthe
cast in our 3rd annual musical.
CENTER: We are all proud of
Jeff Tripp's performance as
state runner up in the wres-
tling tournament. BOTTOM:
.los Kardelis, one of Mr,
Price's frequent visitors.
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Hockey 2,33 Prom Com-
mittee Zg Class Vice Presi-
dent 2g Magazine Cam-
paign Staff lg Student
Council 3g Homecoming
Committee 1,33 Senior
Class Committees 3.
DARLA A. SEATON
Track lg Pep Club 2,3g
Musical 3g Ski Club 3g
Treble Choir lg Concert
Choir 2,3g Chorale 3g Sen-
ior Class Committee 3.
RAN EE JOY SHAFER
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Tennis 23 Prom Committee
2L Senior Play 3g Ski Club
2,3g Concert Choir 2,35
Chorale 3g Homecoming
Committee 3g Senior Class
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23 Concert Choir 33 Blue and
White 2,3g Comet 33 Library
Aide 11 Senior Class Commit-
is-it eermisfii ' '-
ANN MARIE SHOOK
Field Hockey 1,23 Softball
Manager 1,23 Pep Club lg
Prom Committee 2: Treble
Choir lg Senior Class Com-
JV Wrestling 1.2, Varsity 31
Band l,2, Student Director 3:
Stage Band 3g Pep Band l,2,3g
District and Regional Band 31
District Orchestra 33 Senior
Play 3g Musical 2,33 Student
Council 2,3gStudent Forum 3.
Varsity Basketball 31 Tennis
3g Softball 2,31 Mat Maid
Wrestling Photographer 33
Prom Committee 21 Blue und
White 31 Comet Photographs
33 Homecoming Committee 3g
Senior Class Committee 3.
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SANDRA SUE SNYDER
JONATHAN F. SOKASITS
Varsity Basketball Manager
tg Stage Band 33 Musical
Orchestra l,2,3g Senior Play
3g Concert Choir l,2,3: Cho-
rale 2,31 District and Regional
Chorus 3g Dramatic Club l,
2,3-g Honor Society 31 Merit
Scholarship Letter of Com-
mendation 3g Scholatsic
Pep Club l,2g Honor Guard 2,
33 Track Statistician 2,33 Prom
Committee 21 Musical 3g Blue
and White 2,3g Magazine
Campaign Staff l: Homecom-
ing Committee 2.3g Senior
Class Committee 3.
MICHELE ANN STARK RONALD LEE STEINER
College Prep College Prep
JV Basketball 2: Tennis 2,33 Senior Play 3g Musical 33 Dra-
Pep Club 1,23 Senior Play 3g matics Club 3g Honor Society
Ski Club 3. 2, President 31 Merit Scholar-
ship Letter of Commendation
3g Chess Club 3g Scholastic
Scrimmage 2, Captain 3.
TOP LEFT: Jon Sokasits ef-
fectively playing his roll in
"The Man Who Came to Din-
ner." TOP RIGHT: Mark
Duignam and Mike Kostick
observe the half-time festivities
during Homecoming. LOW-
ER RIGHT: Getting all wrap-
ped up in a boys' basketball
game is Cindy Baltz, a mem-
ber of the girls' team. CEN-
TER: Seniors Kathy Sweeney,
Diane Marokovitz and Karen
I-laffling get set for chorus
rehearsal. BOTTOM: Audrey
ltterly puts the finishing
touches to a page of the
DAWN KATH LENE
LINDA M. STOFANAK
Ski Club l,2,3g Homecom-
ing Committee 3g Senior
Class Committee 33 Li-
brary Aide 1.2: Stagecraft
Club 3g Senior Play 3.
JV Cheerleader 1, Varsity
2: Pep Club 1.
LORI ANN SUPERS
Pep Club l.
TlNA S UTTER
JV Basketball lg Track l.
2,3g Pep Club lg Prom
Committee 2: Ski Club 34
YEA 2,3g Homecoming
Pep Club 23 Honor Guard
lg Flag Squad 2,31 Prom
Committee 23 Concert
Choir 33 Homecoming
TOP LEFT: Pat Szutar, en-
rolled in a Singleis Living
class, meticulously puts the
finishing stitches on a cuff of
his shirt. CENTER TGP
LEFT: We have the answer
to Hollywood's Richard Dry-
fuss in our own Kevin Miller.
CENTER RIGHT: Cathy
Hickernell in her version of
Frankenstein during a Home-
coming Assembly. CENTER
BOTTOM LEFT: Aunt Abby
and Aunt Martha from Arsen-
ic and Old Lace as Cindy
Rumsey and Carmel Tremble
sees them. BOTTOM: Brian
Altemose in a state of collapse
following a Cross Country
MON ICA TANZOS
JV Basketball l, Varsity 2,
Captain 3g Field Hockey l,2,3g
Prom Committee 23 Musical
3i Comet 3g Class Secretary
2,33 Student Council l,21
Homecoming Queen 3: Senior
CATHY TA USCHMAN
Tennis l,2,3g Mat Maid l,2g
Pep Club 1.21 Prom Com-
mittee 2g Comet 3g Magazine
Campaign Staff lg Student
Council Staff lg Student
Council 23 Homecoming Com-
mittee l,21 Senior Class Com-
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JV Basketball l.2, Varsity 3g
Tennis Four Year Letterman:
Band lg Class Vice President
31 Honor Society 2,3g Stu-
dent Council Treasurer l,
2,35 Homecoming Committee
Float Chairman l,2, Dance 33
Who's Who 3.
RITA LOUISE THORMAN
Pep Club l,2g Senior Play
39 Ski Club l,2g Comet 3.
Track 3g Pep Club 2g Home-
coming Committee 3.
CARMEL ANN TREMBLE
JV Basketball 2g Track 2,33
Pep Club 23 Senior Play 33
Musical 33 Blue and White
Editor 3g Dramatic Club 3g
Honor Society 3.
Track 31 Cross Country 33 Ski
Club 33 Student Council 3.
Varsity Wrestling l,2, Co-
Captain 33 Class AAA State
Runner-Up at ll21f.
ROBIN ANN VIGLIONE
Prom Committee 23 YEA 21
Homecoming Committee l.
JV Football 1.
TOP LEFT: One of our sen-
iors who is busy every minute
of the day is Anne Musser.
TOP RIGHT: Cindy Stahl
struggles with balancing an
account in the practice set
which must be completed for
her accounting class. LOWER
RIGHT: Monica Tanzos per-
fects the pages for the sports
section ofthe yearbook. CEN-
TER: Seniors should be show-
ing a little more enthusiasm
at a Pep Rally. BOTTOM:
David Tavianini mans the
refreshment stant at the C0-
lonial League Wrestling meet.
Treble Choir 1.
DONNA LEE WARNER
Pep Club 1,2g Honor
Guard 33 Prom Committee
23 Magazine Campaign
Staff 23 Homecoming
Committee 2,3g Senior
Class Committee 3.
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JV Basketball 2g Band
l,2,33 Senior Play Com-
mittee 33 Musical l,2,3g
KAREN M. WEAVER
Tennis l,2g Pep Club l,2g
Prom Committee 23 Sen-
ior Play 31 Musical 3,
Jazz and Show Choir 35
Comet 3: Dramatic Club
3g Homecoming Commit-
tee l,2,3g Senior Class
J EFFR EY A. WELTY
JV Football l, Varsity 31
JV Wrestling IZ.
DON N A KAY
TOP LEFT: Bob Brindisi,
Karen Haffling, Donny Krock,
and Sherri Heckman prove
that four heads are better than
one. CENTER TOP LEFT:
Kevin Bortz and Karen Wea-
ver, editors of the Faculty
Section, wait for the mem-
bers of the Board of Educa-
tion to arrive for pictures
for the yearbook. CENTER
RIGHT: Mr. Jerry Treon
helps Kevin Coughlin with a
difficult assignment in proba-
bility and statistics. CENTER
BOTTOM LEFT: When
"Spring Fever" sets in, seniors
decide to show that school
can also be enjoyable. BOT-
TOM: Scott Olenwine and Bob
Sauerzopf cutting up during, a
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ROBERT WI LHELM
DONNA L. WILLIAMS
JV Basketball 1,25 Field
Hockey l,2,3g Mat Maid 31
Musical l,3g Class Historian
1,2,3g Student Council l,2.
President 3g YEA l,2,3g Co-
lonial League Field Hockey
All Stars 2,31 DAR Award 3,
Honor Society 2,3. FHA Sec-
retary I, Treasurer 2,3g Prom,
Homecoming, Senior Class
ROBYN DAYL WILSON
Blue and White 2, Co-Editor,
Page Editor 33 Comet 3
Honor Society 3.
JAMES E. WINGER
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CYNTHIA L. WUEST
Pep Club 1,23 Senior Play 3g
Musical 3, Dramatic Club 31
Honor Society 33 Homecoming
Committee lil Senior Class
JV Basketball l, Golf l,2.
3g Homecoming Commit-
SUSAN JANE YEAKEL
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Pep Club 23 Head Major-
ette I, Drum Majorette 2,
34 Prom Committee Z3 Sen'
ior Play 31 Blue and White
33 Homecoming Commit-
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TOP: Audrey ltterly and Deb
Berry, editors for our Senior
Section, were not only respon-
sible for layout, but also took
on the role of photographers
for the candids in this section.
CENTER: Jenny Bzisile took
an active role in every one of
the drama productions. BOT-
TOM: Senior Class Treasurer
Blaine Phillips and Don Krock,
who is Nazareth's Charmer ol'
the year, spent hours checking
the finances of thc class. Rais'
ing funds for the Class Trip
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BOTTOM LEFT: Traveling from Bolivia, Julio Romero spent his senior year with us as an exchange
student. Among his studies here, Julio enjoyed his participation in our chorus and the work he did in
our crafts classes. TOP: The Comet Staff, in an effort to be clever, pose forthe class numerais '78,
Although Homecoming, l977, was
greeted by the sight of rain, the stu-
dents' enthusiasm and spirit were
The hectic day started with last-
minute finishing touches of decorat-
ing. Streamers, balloons, and signs
camouflaged lockers, halls, and
homerooms all through the school.
Senior girls rushed down to the
sinks to buy their hush pins. With
the thought of giving away their
hush pins on their minds, they tried
their hardest to keep quiet. Their
efforts, however, were futile, as
many of the guys' shirts were
pinned with mouth-shaped felt pins.
Sophomores were seen hiding be-
hind doors, running to classes, and
staring at the floors trying to dodge
the seniors lurking in every hall
searching for their next initiation
victim. With lipstick and rouge cov-
ering their faces, nursery rhymes
and "We love you, seniorsf chants
were familiar sounds heard from
the sophomores. Executioners,
equipped with their own version of
axes, appeared at the lunches to
help with initiating.
In the afternoon the auditorium
doors were barely hanging on by
their hinges as the student body ex-
ploded with spirit at the assembly.
Brian Knecht led into the program
with a dynamic solo on the drums.
Majorette guys and Rah-Rahs took
everyone's attention as they leaped,
jumped, and sprang across the
stage. Saucon Valley's chubby
cheerleaders, under the supervision
of Coach Deb Berry, showed the
Nazareth fans a typical day at
cheerleading camp. Mmmm -
TOP: Escort Blaine Phillips shares the excitement and glory with Monica Tanzos as she sheds
tears ofjoy after being crowned 1977 Homecoming Queen. Monica was selected from among
seven other girls who were nominated by the football team. ABOVE: Saucon Valley's Chub-
by Cheerleaders are mocked by Karen Weaver, lvlony Tanzos, Carol Dlugos, Stana Guta-
kunst, and Lisa Honsel a mmm - mmm - good! These chubby cheerleaders were only one
of the many humorous skits presented during thc Homecoming Assembly.
Nomecamzhg Spa rks Enthusiasm
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TOP: Three candidates for Homecoming Queen pose with their escorts: Gui! Buss :ind Scott
Olenwine. Ptittic Iirdic und Perry Nairdellzt. :ind l.tiRue l,zihr Lind Brian Altcmose. CITNTHR
LEFT: Kristzi Hoch, lust 5c:ir's quecn.joins in the festivities ofthe 1977 Homecoming. CPN-
TER RIGHT: Deb Berry Lind Clirol Dlugos :irc Ioyil Tzins who support our tczim even in I'oul
wcuther. BOTTUVI l.lfI-"T: Senior gms perform tis Rath-Ruhs in the Homecoming Assem-
bly. BOTTOM RIGHT: Colorguiirds cheer our team on to ti victory,
Eagles Take Frida 71: Homecoming
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TOP: Candidates for Homecoming Queen pose with their escorts: Terry Marchak and Mike
Kostick, Kris Perna and Kevin Reichel, and Colleen Remaly with Mark Duignam. CENTER
LEFT: Rah-Rah guys Joey Reiehart and Jay Roseberry lead the student body with enthusi-
asm and spirit. CENTER RIGHT: Hockey players entertain with their Midget Fidget skit.
ABOVE LEFT: Students moek ri scene from Hee-Haw. ABOVE RIGHT: Edie Longenbaeh
and Diane Marakovits add a touch of royalty.
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TOP: Senior girls show their spirit and team support as they sing and dance to their own ver-
sion of Rubber Duckie for the football playcrsg "Nazareth Eagles, you're the one. You make
football so much fun," sing Brenda Pritchard, Cindy Ramsey, Karen llaflling, Chris Meix-
sell. Sherri lleckman, and l.inda Rothrock. ABOVE: Homecoming Queen Monica Tanfos
sheds tears of happiness as her escort Blaine Phillips gives her a comforting hug. She was
crowned by last year's queen Krista lloch.
Seniors incorporated sophomores to
the assembly by initiation. Sopho-
more talent emerged as they sang
the Alma Mater and Row, Row,
Row Your Boat, fulfilled their ap-
petites with whipped cream pies,
and held a beauty contest with .lay
Roseberry singing "Puppy l.ove."
Mr. lrresistable, .lan Smith, receiv-
ed the largest number of hush pins,
while Pat Szutar tallied the most
votes for the senior football player
with the sexiest legs.
Though the assembly came to an
end, the spirit of Homecoming was
just beginning for Blue Eagle fans.
The highlight of the day came when
the Eagles carried through with
their enthusiasm as they defeated
the Saucon Valley Panthers 46-0.
Halftime activities on our home
field were entertaining and exciting.
The band performed various songs
as the colorguard displayed their
routines. Then anticipation mount-
ed as the Homecoming Court was
escorted onto the field for the an-
nouncing of our new queen. Blue
Eagle fans cheered with approval as
Monica Tan7os was named I977
Constructed by the freshman, soph-
omore, junior, and senior classes,
the floats were paraded around the
field. Although they represented a
lot of hard work, the unity of the
juniors came through when they
were awarded the trophy for the
After the game, a Homecoming
dance was held in the cafeteria. with
the entertainment provided by Trix.
Homecoming I977 had ended. The
football field was silent and dark.
lighted only by the street lights on
the side. The doors ofthe auditori-
um were once again closed. with the
sounds of joy. laughter, and spirit
embedded deep in their wood.
TOP LEFT: Karen Haffling participates in our Homecoming assembly by singing a medley
of hits. TOP RIGHT: Majorette guys prove their talents as they stomp to the beat. lt's tradi-
tional for senior guys to make fools of themselves. "Take it away, Stevie!" BOTTOM LEFT:
The scoreboard shows third quarter excitement as the Eagles soar to a victory. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Honor Guard anxiously awaits its cue to perform the special show planned for hall'-
time activities at the Homecoming game.
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TOP LEFT: Lisa Hoadley and Sue Yeakel sing their song oftogetherness, TOP RIGHT: The
sophomore guys stand by as their host .lay Roseberry sings "Puppy Love." CENTER: Tim
Siegfried takes time to Hash a smile to his fans. Dave Tavianini gets a kick out of Homecom-
ing. Diane Marakovits sings her way through the Homecoming Assembly. ABOVE LEFT:
Perry Nardella escorts Patti Iirdie across the football field. ABOVE RIGHT: The .Iunior
Class Hoat took the prize with their African theme,
Seniors "9l1arge" yl!f0 8001811
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TOP LEFT: Jeff Bittner orders Sue Yeakel to leave the house. TOP RIGHT: Kevin Miller
discusses Panama Canal plans with Ron Steiner. CENTER: .lonathan Sokasits and Ron
Steiner struggle with Jenny Basile. Students prepare make up Iior opening night. Kevin Bortz,
Kevin Miller, and Cindy Rumsey have a quiet discussion over tea, ABOVE LEFT: Members
ofthe cast and stage crew take time to pose with director. John Cokefair. ABOVE RIGHT:
Kevin Miller adds an interesting look to the play.
Senior Class Play 86
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TOP: Mortimer, played by Ken Smith, Director .lohn Cokefair, Student Director Carol
Dlugos, l.t. Rooney and Mr. Gibbs, played by .leff Bittner and Dave Karch of the stage craft
crew, watch eontentedly as others work on the scene, ABOVE: Policewomen Officer Brophy
played by Kathy Geosits, and Officer Klein played by Karen llaffling, drag Jonathan Brew-
ster off for questioning as l,t. Rooney yells orders.
As the clock ticked to a quarter of
ten, the faces of all seniors were dC-
pieted with wonder and fear. The
same question prevailed throughout
each room as they tried to concen-
trate on work, but the sounds of the
clock washed out all concentration.
Where could Ron Steiner be? lf he
doesn't come soon, there won't be a
Doctor Einstein for the Senior Class
Play L'Arsenic and Old Lace!"
Finally --- seniors sigh with relief as
Ron walks into school with a sprain-
ed finger, which he had hurt during
an earlier performance ofthe play.
Everything was set now, and only
time was the factor of the start of
the play. At 7:30 the curtain opened
to the largest audience ever to at-
tend a senior class play. Despite
doors that wouldn't stay closed and
a window seat that fell apart, the
play was a huge success.
The plot centered around the antics
of two little old ladies, Abby Brew-
ster fCindy Rumseyj and Martha
Brewster tCarmel Tremblej, who
delighted in killing old men, putting
them out of their misery by drug-
ging their wine.
The audience watched in suspense
as the guests entered the Brewster
living room. Kevin Miller added
spark to the play as he played the
delirious Teddy Brewster. Think-
ing he actually was Teddy Roose-
velt, he would constantly run up the
steps shouting HCHARGEV'
Doctor Einstein tRon Steinerj and
the criminal .lonathan Brewster
tjonathan Sokasitsj added some
wickedness to the plot. There was
also a romance between Elaine llar-
per tjenny Basilel and Mortimer
Brewster tKen Smith.j
Somehow everything seemed to
work out. Teddy and the old ladies
were put in an institution, while
Jonathan and Doctor Einstein were
put in a different kind of institution,
Senior Class Play
Where's my article? Didn't you type it? HOW
much longer must I make my feature? What
do you mean my football statistics are inac-
curate? Mr. Holland, I have too much copy
for my page! My page has no headlines!!
Publishing an issue of The Blue and White
Standard for the entire student body is a
grave and difficult responsibility. A person
must be aware of the activities, ideas, and
opinions of the students and teachers in order
to write appealing and accurate articles.
Robert Holland, the adviser, assists the staff
and guides them in this area. He assigns drills
in the journalism textbook, copyreading and
proofreading worksheets, and a project of cut-
ting out and analyzing local newspaper arti-
cles for structure and content.
The staff spends fourth period writing, cor-
recting and rewriting articles under the super-
vision of Co-editors Carmel Tremble and Bob
Sauerzopf and the adviser. They often find,
however, that the 50 minutes are not enough
to plan layout and actually put down on paper
the issue that is to all in the hands of their
fellow classmates and teachers every second
Monday of the month.
The staff members are often caught in study
periods slaving over a crowded desk of
articles, headlines, layout paper, pencils and
large eraser, trying to meet the deadline and
avoid arousing Mr. Holland's impatience.
BLUE AND WHITE STANDARD
TOP: Robert Holland, adviser of the Blue and White Standard, has learned to master his
patience when working with the newspaper staff. Mr. Holland has been the adviser for the past
four years. ABOVE: Mr. Holland takes a little time to review an issue of the paper with the
Co-editors Carmel Tremble and Bob Sauerzopf. The editors assist Mr. Holland in seeing that
headlines and articles are written and that deadlines are met.
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TOP: Blue and White Standard stz1l'l'ti1kes time from their busy day to write txrticles and compose
headlines for our well-planned school newspaper. CENTER: Page editors lior the second semester
editions were Donna DCRCLIIITUS, Kttren Williams. Stttntt Gutekunst. und Kelly Hooper. Editors
during the first semester were Valerie Shelley. Donntt Frtttipietro. Stztntt Ciutekunst, und Robyn
Wilson. BOTTOM: Two stall' members look for unique ideals lor the next issue. .loe Kztrdelis, Mark
Duignam, und Rieh Sehneebeli ure eztught in at rttre moment ol leisure.
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9euneil Represents Student .Body
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TOP: Rob Yavorski prepares material for a future Student Council meeting. Council mem-
bers are interested in the issues discussed at their meeting. James Jordan, adviser to the Stu-
dent Council, maintains his usual calm expression during a group discussion at a Council
meeting. CENTER: The members ofthe 1977-78 Student Council and their advisers James
Jordan and Robert Holland. BOTTOM: Council members discuss an important problem.
Carol Dlugos, secretary, is responsible for the minutes of Council and also informing the
student body of Council activities.
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TOP: Representatives ofthe Student Council plan the details forthe Greaser Dance. Officers
are Vice President Kristy Walters, Secretary Carol Dlugos, President Donna Williams. and
Treasurer David Tavianini. They sacrifice time and energy to lead the student government.
BOTTOM: Student Council members get involved at meetings which are scheduled for every
two weeks to discuss school events,
Many of the activities in the school
and the presentation of the ideas
and desires of our students are a
result of the efforts ofthe Student
Council. The officers of the 1977-
78 Council were President Donna
Williams, Vice President Kristy
Walters, Secretary Carol Dlugos,
and Treasurer David Tavianini.
Since the beginning of the school
year, the officers and their Council
had issues and projects which kept
them very busy. Fund raising pro-
jects and Homecoming activities
involved a great deal of time. One
of the major accomplishments was
the selection of Steve Sandbrook
as our student representative to the
Board of Education,
Other projects supervised by the
Council were the constant updating
of the marquis, the scheduling of
dances such as the Greaser Dance,
and putting up the new bulletin
board in the rear of the school.
The Council assists the student
body in other ways as well. They
discuss ideas to improve faculty-
student relationships, and have in-
stituted the Fifth period activity
suggestion-complaint ideas pro-
A new activity developed this year
was Spirit Week, with the major
events taking place February l, 2,
and 3. Physique of the Week, deter-
minded from the winners of the
basketball and wrestling physiques,
was won by Todd Lahr, who rc-
ceived a trophy. The highlight
of the week was a faculty-student
Student C ouncil
Chorus is . . . great, l love it . . . one heck ofa
job . . . singing for fun and perfection . . .
giving time to perform for others . . . hard
work . . . a good time for everyone. These are
just a few comments made by this year's
Jazz and Show Choir,
music, Concert Choir,
which features pop
the largest of the
choirs, and the Treble Singers, an all-girl
group, makes up this
year's vocal music
When one walks by the music room any day
during fifth or sixth period, the sounds of
the chorus preparing for concerts is a cer-
tainty. The groups presented three major
concerts, the Christmas Concert, the Pops
Concert, and the Spring Concert. Along with
these presentations, the groups made ap-
pearances in some mini-concerts.
The Concert Choir attended an all-day choral
clinic at Lebanon Valley and scored "out-
standing" at the Easton Area High School
Adjudication Festival. Members of the Cho-
rus also sang at the Baccalaureate and Com-
Although the choruses are not heavily popu-
lated with singers, the quality of their work
is tremendous. The choruses would have liked
to sing at other performances, but were dis-
appointed when they did not receive other
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TOP: TREBLE CHORUS-TOP TO BOTTOM: Delinda Dewalt, Cora Seyfried, Kim
Wuest, Stephanie Rice, Marie DelRe, Michele O'Toole, Kathy Auerbach, Anita Sokasits,
Lisa Masters, Renee Vargo, Joyce Getz, Kathy Correll. ABOVE: Some members of the
Show Choir, Karen Williams, Kim Era, Darla Seaton, Karen Weaver, Karen Haffling,
and Diane Marakovits get into the swing of things.
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TOP LEFT: Our Jazz and Show Chorus presents programs to clubs and organizations in our com-
munity. TOP RIGHT: District Chorus Representatives Ron Audenried, Jon Sokasits, and Rob
Yavorski. CENTER: Treble Singers have a last-minute practice before the Pops Concert which was
presented during our observance of "Music in Our Schools" week. LEFT: Joyce Getz, Michele
O'Toole,and Marie DelRe intent on ONE TIN SOLDIER. ABOVE: Our I977-78 CONCERT
Wener Students Receive ?rivileges
TOP: Judy Martino and Kevin Bortz have figured out who's who. Kevin Miller studies the
die to plan his next move, while Ron Steiner waits for his turn during a game of back-
gammon. CENTER: Ron Steiner, Cindy Wuest, and Kathy Geosits relax in the Honor's
Room. Lisa Honsel lights her candle at the induction banquet following her speech on schol-
arship. ABOVE: Anne Musser monitors Anita Deutsch's important call to the Office.
HONOR SOCIETY 94
TOP: National Honor Society Officers are Vice President Judy Martino, Secretary Anita
Deutsch, Treasurer Karen Janny, and President Ron Steiner, Joan Paul and Miriam Zell
are advisers to this group. BOTTOM: Made up of more than 30 active members, the Honor
Society visited Lehigh University in May to hear lectures ranging from science to plans for
Early in the year, Honor Society
members met with Mrs. Joan Paul,
their advisor, to elect new officers.
Ron Steiner was elected president
withyludy Martino as vice-presi-
dent. This year's secretary was
Anita Deutsch, and Karen Janny
served as the treasurer.
New members were admitted into
Honor Society during the fall in-
duction banquet at Walp's Restau-
rant. After the meal, the new offi-
cers were sworn in, and there were
speeches made about the qualifica-
tions to become a member in Honor
Society. Finally, new members were
inducted into the Delphian Chapter
and congratulated by Mr. Claude
Shappelle. Rules and honor's passes
were also handed out at this time.
These passes would now allow them
to go to the honor's room during
This year the honor's room was
slightly changed. Different furni-
ture was brought in and a television
and record player were added to the
room. If someone didn't want to sit
at the table and do homework, they
could always watch tv or listen to
records. Much of the time was spent
in games of chess and backgam-
mon. The blackboard provided a
major source of communication,
with people leaving notes for the
next period to see.
ln May, Honor Society members
went to Lehigh University. While
there, members attended lectures
as part of an annual conference.
When a student becomes a senior,
he is given responsibility, which
includes making a schedule to help
with future plans, maintaining
grades to graduate, and setting an
example ofdedication to our school.
Along with these responsibilities,
however, the seniors gain certain
privileges. One such advantage is
the use of the Senior Center. The
"Center," as it is frequently called,
is an exclusive room equipped with
an 8-track player, ping-pong tables,
sofas, chairs, and doodled round
tables. By obtaining a pass from the
math planning room or from Mr.
Sherwood Frederick, any senior can
visit the Center during a study
period. Here students gather and
socialize, taking advantage of the
spare time by spending it with
The Center also provides a place to
release and store one's talents, as
shown by the artistic paintings on
one of its walls. This year's addition
to the gallery of artwork was done
by Kathy Geosits.
Talents were displayed further
when the seniors competed in a
ping-pong tournament in March.
Survival of the fittest prevailed as
the number of players decreased to
reveal the winners: Perry Nardella
and Lisa Diehl won the singles
match and Jeff Bittner and Ron
Godiska ping-ponged their way to
winning as Doubles Champions.
Fun and responsibilities are com-
bined when Mr. Frederick decides it
is time for spring housecleaning.
Then passes are distributed only to
those seniors who are willing to help
clean and straighten the Center.
The seniors may have a place to
relax and enjoy themselves, but
they must take care of it, too.
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music, and play ping-pong, some seniors manage to study and finish an assignment BOTTOM
Kathy Stevens and Tina Getz engage in a challenging game of chess, as Denise Nemeth works
on engraving her initials for posterity, Tables are decorated with names ind favorite sayings
leaving behind a memory for others to read.
Senior Venter .livens Atmospkere
contribution to the Center wall.
TOP: One privilege ofthe Center is the availibility ofsodu, The two signs show some instruc-
tions left by Adviser Sherwood Frederick. Deb Berry tries to finish some homework while
listening to the 8-traek. CENTER: Some relaxing seniors during Ll free period in the Center.
BOTTOM: This unfinished mural by KuthyGeositsi1nd Joe Serfuss will be the Cliiss of'78's
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wall's hole, not your lips at all," BELOW: Students perform from "The Taming of the
Shrew." "Woman are made to bear, and so are you,"
Despite very cool weather, Shake-
speare's 414th birthday party was
enjoyed by all who attended. As a
first for Nazareth, Senior English
Instructor Peter Newman felt that,
"lt was time to take Shakespeare
out of the classroom." As coordina-
tor for the birthday party, Mr.
Newman gathered all interested
students and faculty members to
pay tribute to Shakespeare.
The day began at 5 a.m. when a pig
was roasted in the school courtyard.
The guests arrived at 4 p.m. to en-
joy a few scenes from Shake-
speare's plays. Sitting on blankets
or lawn chairs, the onlookers
witneddes, perhaps with surprise,
the talent of our faculty.
Five members of the staff, along
with Principal Claude Shappelle,
presented a play within a play from
'LA Midsummer Night's Dream?
Student players acted out scenes
from "Macbeth" and f'The Taming
of the Shrew."
Michele Zimmerman, Lori Rogora,
Donna Hertzog, and Mary Letson
sang authentic Elizabethan songs
and were accompanied by Gregg
Mitman on guitar. Mary narrated
the background story of the songs
and explained the lyrics.
After the performance, a feast of
Elizabethan food was served in our
cafeteria. The dinner menu of roast
pig, sausage and peppers, barbe-
qued chicken, bread, salad, rice,
and desserts was eaten in Shake-
speare's style, with spoons and
fingers, since there were no forks
at that time.
The evening ended with showing the
movie "Henry V" with Laurence
Plenty of hard work characterized
both the good and bad practices of
the school play. Although many sac-
rifices had to be made, the play proved
to be fun for all of the cast and com-
Seniors, juniors, and sophomores all
worked together to perform in "The
Man Who Came to Dinner." Many of
the practices had to be cancelled be-
cause of snow storms, but everyone
seemed to pull their weight. Opening
night made it all seem worthwhile
when the audience filled the auditor-
ium with laughter.
Although a musical is performed an-
nually by the entire school, this was
the first school play in which all three
classes participated. The turn-out was
good, so probably more plays involv-
ing the entire student body will be
This play was sarcastic humor about
a radio broadcaster who visits the
Stanleys for dinner. After slipping on
some ice, he winds up spending Christ-
mas and a few extra weeks with the
family. This interrupts their normal
lifestyle in a very comical way.
Mr. Whiteside, played by Kevin Mil-
ler, and his secretary Maggie Cutler,
played by Carol Dlugos, were the two
main characters. The play was under
the direction and supervision of Mr.
.lohn P. Cokefair.
TOP: Margie Yeakel, assistant radio technician, directs the choir in singing "Silent Night."
Choir members are Jamie Waha, Ellen Uding, Donna Stampf. Leanne McSween, Kim
Wuest, Tina Stahl, Tom Albani, Michele Zimmerman, and Rich Skripek. ABOVE: Miss
Preene, played by Lisa Honsel, has a look of disgust on her face as Banjo, Ron Steiner,
carries her to Whiteside. Mr. Whiteside, played by Kevin Miller, was not surprised by Banjo's
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TOP: Stagecraft Club members are Bernice Costanzo, Keith Seaton, Jane Brown, Charlene
McGrath, Greg Polanski, and Adviser Victor Lesky. Members ofthe Chess Club are Jay
Werkheiser, Adviser Gary Lazo, Jeff Bittner, Kevin Miller, Ron Steiner, and Rich Skripek.
FHA members planned and published a booklet on Child Abuse. BOTTOM: Students in-
volved in YEA assisted in the tutoring program in our elementary schools.
ABOVE: Future Homemakers of America organizes our girls who are interested in the role
of homemaker. The discussion and probing of current social problems is an important func-
tion of this group. BOTTOM: Despite the difficulty in organizing the independent ski club,
everyone enjoyed the opportunity to visit our local ski slopes.
Very important to our student life
are the numerous clubs that func-
tion throughout the year. FHA, our
largest club, traveled to a regional
conference at the Community Col-
lege to meet with other FHA
groups. Their main project was
their work on a birth defects and
child abuse booklet. A meeting was
held at the Farm Show in Harris-
burg to exchange ideas with other
FHA organizations. Four repre-
sentatives were Sent to the con-
ference in Lancaster.
YEA assisted at the special Olym-
pics at Lafayette College and five
students from Northampton High
School visited here for a day as the
guests of our YEA members. A
bake sale was held to finance a
special Christmas party for all
Stagecrew was faced with the job
of making sets for the two major
stage productions and the musical,
"Mame." They designed the props
and produced lighting effects for
a professional appearing presenta-
Last year the Ski Club boasted of
the largest membership of any club
in the school, but this year, because
of the 25-mile limit for school func-
tions, the Ski Club became inde-
pendent of the school. Steve Sand-
brook deserves a lot of credit for
coordinating the Club and organiz-
ing the 45 students who would have
been deprived of the opportunity to
participate in this activity.
Becoming an active participant in
any one of these organizations is an
important part of our school life.
What is Vo-Tech? Many people
think it is a place for students who
would not make it through high
school. Then there are others who
think it is just a chance to escape
from the home school. But, besides
being Eastern Northampton Coun-
ty Vocational-Technical School, it
is a place for classroom learning and
There are 22 shops at Vo-Tech
which vary from one, two, or three
years of learning. No matter how
long your particular course may
take, everyone strives for the Senior
Award. . This year four Nazareth
students were honored by receiving
this award: Craig Barker for his
work in the Machine Shop, Terry
LaBar received the award in Print-
ing, Chris Meixsell for her excel-
lence in the Health Assistant pro-
gram, and Bob Wagner received the
Welding Shop award.
ABOVE: Denise Calabrese practices her beautician skills on Mel Scott in her class in Cos-
metology. Classes range from make-up to manicuring techniques and include hair cutting
and styling. BOTTOM: Todd Santo cleans off the cylinder ofthe Heidelberg Kord printing
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ABOVE: Randy Gardner works on an IBM machine, while Mark Altemosc completes a job
in the Appliance and Repair Shop. CENTER: Lori Hahn and Pat DeGarmo put thc finishing
touches on a painting in the Painting and Decorating shop. Bruce Knecht and Tom Timmcr-
man try their skill at spray painting. BOTTOM: Donna Hinton waters and cares for thc
plants in the Horticulture Department.
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Tanzos, Blaine Phillips. and Cindy Baltz. CENTER RIGHT: Activity Section Staff has to be
everywhere to ensure complete coverage of the student life program. ABOVE: Thousands
of details in the Senior Section are carefully checked by Audrey Itterly and Deb Berry. '
RIGHT: Val Shelly, Rita Thorman. and Sue Fritz spent ma'ny after-school hours developing get X - K
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TOP: Kevin Bortz and Karen Weaver worked on the faculty and administration section ofthe
yearbook. One of their major problems was getting teachers to pose for the photographer.
ABOVE: The layout for Homecoming was the first project tackled by the Student Life
section. Gathering ideas, planning layouts, and composing captions and headlines all con-
tribute to the big job the Activity Section has to handle.
For most students, first period every day pro-
vided either a chance to wake up from the
night before or an opportunity to fall asleep
again. But for I8 seniors, first period was
anything but boring. Every first period in
Room I8 the Comet Staff was kept busy with
either handling their responsibilities or
arguing with other staff members.
Anyone walking past the room was sure to
hear outbursts of screams. shouts, and
laughter. lt was not all fooling around e the
members of the staff worked hard to ac-
complish their goal.
Each section had a special assignment and had
to meet the deadlines set by the yearbook
company. In the beginning, deadlines were
easily met, but by mid-year most of the staff
found the work overwhelming. This frantic
rush to finish assignments created many argu-
ments. How many words did you say we
needed? The deadline is Wednesday, how will
we ever get this done? Who stole our Senior
Center pictures? What do you mean you lost
our copy? These questions were just a sample
of those some sections were heard screaming
Belva Kolessar, yearbook adviser, taught the
staff the basics of creating a yearbook, while
Richard Wachter, the American yearbook
representative, visited the staff once a month
to give advice on scheme. cropping, and lay-
out. With the help of these people and the
dedication of the staff, the '78 Comet Staff
is proud of their yearbook.
Silence, peace of mind, and solitude
are some of the characteristics
seldom found in our school library.
Occasional outbursts of laughter,
chatter, and singing from the
friendly librarians' own radio sta-
tion, WBON fBunch of Nutsj,
assist in giving the library a warm,
comfortable, and at-home atmos-
The library is rarely empty. Stu-
dents of all types - research-
conseious, bored, book hungry, or
talkative-stroll in to have their
green passes punched by the noisy
but accurate time-keeper.
The staff, consisting of Sharon
Adams, Sally Shriver, and Rose-
Ann Emig, are always arranging
the shelves, preparing passes, and
making sure the books and maga-
zines they receive are recorded.
They are kept even more occupied
filing and securing overdue books
and unpaid fines. Frequently stu-
dents are offered discounts to en-
courage payment of fines during the
celebration of a special holiday or
Mrs. Adams and her assistants have
equipped the library to meet the
demanding needs of teachers and
students. Term papers, book re-
ports, brief accounts, personal re-
search, and reading for enjoyment
can be accomplished in this attrac-
tive two-floor area filled with books,
magazines, newspapers, and micro-
Our school library can truly be
designated as a place of wealth of
information, an abundance of re-
sourcefulness, and a bounty of
friendliness, courtesy, and assis-
TOP: Our busy staff, Librarian Sharon Adams, and her assistants Sally Jo Shriver and Rose-
Ann Emig, show one of their many tactics to liven up the library and make it more appealing
to the students BOTTOM: Joe McHale is patiently trying to find some books for research
among the many sources the library provides for us.
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library aides: Connie Rissmiller, Helen Lakotas, Brenda Gradwohl, Donna Gordon, and
Mary Letson are shown with Mrs. Emig and Miss Shriver. BOTTOM: Lisa Honscl is deep
in thought as she reviews her homework in the peaceful spot ofthe library. Mrs. Sharon
Adams, Miss Sally Jo Shriver, and Mrs. RoseAnn Emig organized a special display during
National Library Week,
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ABOVE: The Flag and Rifle Squad display their equipment-used in their routines. CEN-
TER: The Band Front always lends a helping hand as they fold the boxes and prepare pizzas
for delivery. Charlene McGrath has been our competent band announcer for the past three
years. BOTTOM: The majorettes in parade rest style. Sue Yeakel leads the band as Head
Drum Majorette, Tonya McKenzie is featured as twirler, and Sherri Heekman is captain of
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is their leader. Tammy Kern and Lindaschoeneberger are our proud banner squad girls.
BOTTOM: The complete band front Constitues a surprisingly large percentage of the band
A band just wouldn't be a band
without its colorful band front.
They highlight the marching band
with their display of spinning flags,
the precision of the rifle squad, and
the twirling techniques of the
Each show performed by our color-
guard and majorette squads at half-
time at all football games is a
result of early morning practices
with the band as well as individual
Routines are prepared for each
show and parade with the assis-
tance of the leaders of each squad.
Audrey ltterly is Captain of the
flags, Donna DeReamus Captain
of the rifle squad. Sue Yeakel leads
the majorettes with the aid of Dee
Blue Eagle spirit abounds in the
band front, as they scream and
cheer for our football team from
the stands. The band homeroom
tied in the homeroom decoration
contest for Homecoming.
As the most involved organization
in our school, the colorguard and
majorettes are proud to be part of
the Blue Eagle Marching Band.
Music is beginning to become ap-
preciated fully in our school. Stage
band and the Blue Eagle Marching
Band enjoyed a successful year with
recognition from students and our
Our I8 member stage band per-
formed at a special Band Aids
meeting, the Pops Concert, the
Spring Concert, and the Arts Festi-
val and Senior Class Festival. First-
year director Earl Peck commented
that he enjoyed the year very much.
"The students worked very hard
and came a long way considering
the lack of experience we had at the
The stage band did go a long way
and received much acclaim from
their performance at the Sth An-
nual Pops Concert. "Woodchop-
per's Ball" was a favorite with
the audience and their applause was
thanked with a repeat performance
of the tune.
Our Blue Eagle marching band is
one of the few organizations that
remains active all through the year.
Practice starts in the summer
months, as they march to their
music to put together a field show
for the fans at our football games.
Once school starts, band members
rise early every morning for 7:00
a.m. practice to bring their presen-
Though the traditional pizza sales
were held this year, the band was
disappointed with the news that
there would be no spring trip. Other
activities included parades and com-
petitions in the area and one parade
ABOVE: Our Blue Eagle band takes its formation on our football field. The band played
popular tunes during the season to entertain the fans. Philip George is the director of our
marching band. BELOW: The newly-formed stage band, with Earl Peck as director. proved
to be a favorite with the student body.
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by the band. Familiar scenes were the box carriers, pizza makers, and band members trying
to look busy from the sidelines. CENTER: Does anyone ever add the hours the band spends
to present their annual Spring Concert? BOTTOM: Jon Sokasits is an invaluable member of
our Stage Band.
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TOP: Charlene McGrath receives her trophy for faithfully being the band announcer for
the past three years. Mr. George opens his present from the Band-Aids. Jonathan Sokasits
receives his Stage Band trophy. MIDDLE: Sherri Heckman was a colorguard member for
four years. During her last year, she was captain of the colorguard, The majorettes display
their trophies along with rifle captain Donna DeRcamus. BOTTOM: Spinning Hags and
honor guard members proudly present their trophies. Tim Siegfried accepts his US Marines
Foundation Music Award.
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TOP: Senior Band Director Philip George presentes trophies to the seniors with a humorous
speech. Each senior was given a trophy designating their particular category and the number
of years of band membership,
"We Believe in Music" was the
theme of the Tenth Annual Band
Banquet which was held on May 27.
The Reverend Blake Heffner, As-
sociate Pastor of St. John's United
Church of Christ, offered the invo-
cation at the beginning of the pro-
gram. The guests feasted on a roast
turkey and ham dinner.
President of the Band-Aids, Mr.
William Kleintop, summarized the
activities of the past year and
praised the band for the time and
effort the members sacrificed
during long hours of practice.
Philip George, band director, intro-
duced the senior band members to
our principal, Mr. Claude Shap-
pelle, who presented each senior
with a trophy decorated with a
musical note for the band members,
a flag or rifle for the colorguards,
and a majorette for the graduating
Special recognition was given to
Tim Siegfried for his musical
talents and his all-around dedica-
tion to the marching band. Jona-
than Sokasits was honored for his
work with the Stage Band by
Director Earl Peck. Sue Yeakel
was commended by Mr. George as
"one of the best drum majorettes
in the Lehigh Valley" and for her
outstanding performance over the
past two years as drum majorette.
The evening concluded with
dancing to the music of Gandolf.
"MAME", performed for three
consecutive evenings in our audi-
torium, received a standing ovation
following each performance. This
was very gratifying for the or-
chestra, the singers, the dancers, all
the committees, our directors, and
the entire cast involved in producing
this Broadway hit.
Senior English instructor John
Cokefair directed the acting,
Choral Director William Hamilton
was our music director, and Mrs.
Patricia deAngelis coordinated the
choreography. Student Directors
Karen Weaver and Cindy Wuest
were nearly frantic at the rehear-
sals in their effort to ensure that
everything ran smoothly.
"MAME" supposedly took place
from 1928 to l946. Scene l opens
with Maine tMichelle Zimmer-
manj throwing one of her wild
parties. On answering the door,
Mame suddenly becomes 'fAuntie
Mame." Her only living relative
Patrick Ueff Zimmermanj, steps
in with his Nanny CAnita Sokasitsj.
From then on, Mame and Patrick
stick together through good and bad
Unfortunately, Mame loses all of
her money in the stock market
crash. Her bosom buddy, Vera
Charles t.lane Uhlerl, tries to
help her get a job but it turns out
to be a disaster. Trying her hand as
a manieurist in a beauty salon,
Mame meets her future husband.
After their honeymoon, and Burn-
side's tRon Steinerj sudden death,
Mame returns to New York to find
that Patrick has really grown up
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quick maneuvering when Patrick's
future bride appears on the scene,
and manages to have him meet
another girl., and they eventually
Mame is a vibrant and carefree
person. She has a definite influence
on all around her, and made a last-
ing impression onthe audience.
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Our own school musicians formed the orchestra. BOTTOM: Mame Dennis tMichelle Zim-
mermanj, Agnes Gooch CAnita Sokasitsj, lto ffiary Lajeunessej, and Mame's Bosom Buddy
Vera Charles Uane Uhlerj chat with one another in Mame's apartment,
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TOP: Mother Burnside IKathy Geositsi conducts the daneers into a ehorus of "The Fox
Hunt." RIGHT: Agnes. Mame. Patrick. and Beauregard decorate Ito as a Christmas tree.
CENTER: Scenes from Peekerwood with "The Darien Dip," the Upson family, and musi-
caI's most impressive dance, "Mamc." BOTTOM LEFT: Vera Charles and Maine sing
and dance on the transformation of Agnes Gooch from Patriek's nanny to the "Queen of
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TOP LEFT: Elementary students gather around the pictures displayed by their fellow stu-
dents. RIGHT: Linda Stofanak's display of her photography work attracts the attention of
some envious students. CENTER: Paper-mache animals are always a popular exhibit. Cathy
Tauschman and the display which won her a second place award. Deb Gavin, Sue l.oetz-
beier, Lisa Daugherty, and John Cokcfair admire the work of the Art classes. BOTTOM: lt's
always exciting to find your own picture!
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ABOVE: Paige Flurer, l,isa lloadley, and Kris Perna discuss the interesting craft displays
featured in the Art Show. BOTTOM: Students of every grade level submitted entries to be
judged on ability and originality. Prize winners included Kris Perna, Terri Sisson, Sharon
Kocher, Lori Hanner, .ludy Whitesell, Carol Dlugos, Blaise Nealon and Kathy Geosits.
Our high school gymnasium was
filled with students' talented exhi-
bitions during May IO, ll, and I2
as the Annual Art Show was pre-
sented to the public.
The skilled efforts of students rang-
ing from kindergarten through
grade l2 were judged and viewed by
teachers, parents, and peers alike.
Additional talents were performed
live as the senior high Stage Band
and Sixth Grade Chorus entertain-
ed the public.
Craft displays were also included as
art students demonstrated the tech-
niques ofceramics, needlework, and
wood carving. Photographers set up
displays of their work with other
students, sports events, relatives, or
objects of interest.
Judges commended students by
awarding ribbons for outstanding
artwork. ln the art category, win-
ners were Kathy Geosits for first
place, Carol Dlugos for second
place, and Sharon Kocher third
place. Craft display winners were
Kris Perna and Lori Hanner who
tied for first place, Cathy Tausch-
man for second, and Judy Whitesell
for third place. Steve Sandbrook
was awarded first place for photog-
raphy, second place was awarded to
Terri Sisson, and third place went to
Our students at Nazareth prove
that they have talent, as each year
many of them receive recognition
for their individual achievements.
Donna Williams was chosen forthe
Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion Award. Dennis Daley received
the Sons of the American Revolu-
tion Award. Five students com-
peted against six other schools at
the Bucks County Playhouse in
New Hope on May 5. "No Exit," a
play by .lean-Paul Sarte was
selected by the cast consisting of
Michelle Zimmerman, Jeff Bittner,
Jane Uhler, Ron Steiner, and Kevin
Miller. Judges awarded Jane Uhler
the award for best actress, and
Kevin Miller received the award for
best actor. ln addition, "No Exit"
was awarded a trophy for best play.
Mr. John Cokefair was the adviser.
Three students were selected to
perform with the Lehigh University
Youth Symphony. Tim Siegfried,
Larry Kleintop, and Anita Hahn
practice every Saturday morning
with other schools in the area
from as far away as Stroudsburg.
The l977 GLEAM, advised by
Mr. Peter Newman, received a Key-
stone Award, the highest award
presented by the Pennsylvania
Scholastic Press Association. Also
receiving awards for articles printed
in the GLEAM were Kevin Miller
for his entertainment feature and
short stories, Kathy Geosits for
an illustration and a cartoon, Carol
Dlugos for a serious poem, and Tim
Wolfe for a light verse and two
The Blue and White Standard, ad-
vised by Robert Holland and co-
edited by Anita Deutsch and Robyn
Wilson, received a second place
award. First place winners included
Anita Deutsch for straight news.
Donna Fratipietro for a movie re-
view, and Bob Sauerzopf three first
place awards for music reviews.
ABOVE: The cast from "No Exit" hug their trophy which they received for presenting the
best play at the Bucks County Playhouse. .lane Uhler was named best actress and Kevin
Miller best actor. Mr, John Cokefair advised and directed the cast. BELOW: Tim Siegfried,
Anita Hahn, and Larry Kleintop were chosen to play with the Lehigh University Youth
Symphony Orchestra. Tim and Larry were also involved in PMEA District X Band and Tim
was chosen for PMEA District X Orchestra and Regional V State Band.
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were honored for their achievement in academic studies. Our SAR winner is Dennis Daley.
CENTER: GLEAM award winners Carol Dlugos. Kathy Geosits. Kevin Miller, and Tim
Wolfe with adviser Peter Newman. The Bluc and White Standard first place winners are
Anita Deutsch, Donna Fratipietro, and Bob Sauerzopf. The paper was co-edited by Anita
Deutsch and Robyn Wilson. BELOW: Mickey Jnadrositx. winner of the coveted Scholar-
Athlete Award. The Scholastic Scrimmage team of Ron Stcincr. Donna Williams, Jeff
Bittner, Kevin Miller and Jon Sokasits is advised by Barbara Saltern.
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TOP: Some of our Nazareth students enjoy themselves at Dorney Park as Alfundo gets in on
the uct. CENTER: Cindy Baltz seems to enjoy her ice cream cone as Kathy Auerbach wishes
Cindy would be a little more generous. Kim Rissmiller, Leann McSween, Donna Fratipietro,
Michele O'Toole, and Cindy Stahl try to get enough nerve to risk a ride on the Monster
shown in the background. BOTTOM: One of the trials in any amusement park is the long
lines of waiting to enjoy the rides. Here our daring students wait at the Iceberg for a thrilling
ride on the roller coaster.
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Scenes like the two above are familiar to the residents of the Lehigh Valley, who are proud of
the facilities of the Dorney Park and for many years have enjoyed school and family outings
at this famous amusement park.
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If I die, I'll never go on it again!
These were just a few of the
commonly heard exclamations
screamed on Friday evening, May
26, as the populace of Nazareth
visited the New Dorney Park as part
of the fund-raising program for the
benefit of the senior class.
From 6-I0 everyone pitted them-
selves against the terrifying fear
which accompanies the fast paced,
whipping, and exciting amusement
rides at the park.
The Roller Coaster, the Bucket
of Blood, the Iceberg, and the
Journey to the Center of the Earth
were some of the more popular
rides. The more courageous at-
tempted the new thriller known
as-the Flying Dutchman.
Inbetween rides, the food stands
were super busy as everyone tried to
quench their thirst and satisfy their
hungry stomaches with all kinds of
snacks, ice crushed sodas, and
other picnic foods. After a while,
the benches were filled with ex-
Despite upset stomaches, head-
aches, and burning feet, many were
not ready to leave the park at
closing time. It was a time seniors
will always remember.
May 5, l978
As the clock ticked away each sec-
ond, the students became more
tense in anticipation of the oncom-
ing prom. The halls were filled with
shouts, and the classrooms echoed
with phrases of "What color is your
gown?" or "See you tonight at
8:30." When the last bell of the day
rang for dismissal, everyone rushed
out of the building to go pick up
tuxes and flowers.
At approximately 6:00 last minute
details were being checked out as
prom goers posed for pictures in
their homes before leaving for the
dance. Posing for relatives was the
most tedious part ee now, the rest of
the evening would be a breeze.
On arriving at Holiday Inn West,
more flashes hit our eyes as couples
posed for the professional photog-
rapher. After being given a number,
the pages directed the upperclass-
men to their tables.
Voices buzzed and filled the air
with shouts of laughter as girls ran
around getting friends to pose for
still more pictures. Time passed
quickly, and before we realized it,
the dinner was being served. With a
choice of either steak or veal par-
mesan, the entire room took on an
atmosphere of elegant festivity.
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pictures taken as memories ofthe l97X prom. Posing above is Donny Krock and his date.
BOTTOM: This bouquet of roses sets off the picture as token necklaces and a remembrance
of the prom are displayed as a centerpiece on one of the prom tables.
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, TOP: Annette Budzak und her date enjoy dancing und swinging to the music of Abilene.
Mary Letson and Kevin Bortz do a disco dance to ti country tune. CENTER: Dave Castelluc-
ci and LaRue Lahr enjoy the cuisine at the prom. Bob Brindisi digs in! Michael Hopwood and
Tonya McKenzie wait patiently for their turn in front of the camera. BOTTOM: Tom Brown
and Debbie Fischl dance in the heat ofthe night. The group Abilene entertains for the prom
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TOP: Queen of' our Prom Lisa Albanese flashes her ultra-bright smile. TOP RIGHT: .lohn
Marakovits and his date have their tickets checked before beginning the evening's festivities.
CENTER: Cheryl Rupert and Kevin Bender are caught up in the brilliance ofthe prom's
decorations. The table is a display of an array of mementos which go along with every prom.
Roberta Rutt and her guest are waiting to get their table assignment. BOTTOM: Auburn,
one ofthe two groups engaged forthe evening, provided the Rock 'n Roll part of the dancing.
The sign greeted the prom-goers as the couples entered to Ballroom at Holiday Inn.
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TOP: Getting dressed up in formal gowns and tuxes and posing for pictures was just a small
part of the evening forthe many couples who attended the prom this year, BOTTOM: Soph-
omore Pages helped with the registration and assisted their upperclassmen by directing them
to their reserved tables,
Excitement, anticipation, and ex-
pectation Filled the air the night of
the prom. Couples danced through
the night as though there was no to-
morrow. The two groups engaged
for the evening, Auburn and Abi-
lene, created the fantasy world
mood that captured each and every
At last A time forthe crowning of
the 1978 Prom Queen. As Matt
Duignam announced the runner-
ups, the tension grew and exploded
the moment Lisa Albanese was
crowned our new queen. Through
tears of joy, Lisa made her way to
the Queen's throne for the moments
ofrecognition and inevitable picture
Once again the mood returned to
normal as the groups played a mix-
ture of country songs and rock and
roll. After many songs were played,
and conversation dwindled, the eve-
ning finally had to come to an end.
As the last number was over,
couples drifted toward the doors
which closed on their fantasy world
and opened into the real world and
the dawning of a new day.
TOP: Juniors und Sophomorcs get into thc action in thc annual salute to thc uppcrclassmcn.
Jamie Waha and Jon Sokasits exchange greetings bclore being caught up in a jubilant coun-
try tune. BOTTOM: Couples sway into action!!! .lohn Papciak and Margic Ycakcl step in
time to thc band.
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TOP: Couples rclux by taking 21 break from the continuous duncing which wus provided by
two musical groups. Candles, flowers, and momcntums give the prom Ll special touch. Three
Sophomore Pugcs check the table numbers. CENTER: Few couples sat out any of the num-
bers presented by Auburn. Eileen Warner und Dave Koehler seem to enjoy the l'ull-course
dinner. BOTTOM: Lydia Siegfried und Keith lfuirmzin search for their table. Queen l.isu Al-
bunese reigns over her Court ol' Mary Cunninghzini, Chris Gnrr, Carol Dlugos. Karen llufll-
ling, Lori Hanner und Shelly Murphey.
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prehension, forthe next person to "dunk the punk." CENTER: Stage Band was part of the
entertainment, as they present a medley of their favorite hits. Robyn Wilson grimaees as she
has a whipped cream pie thrown in her face. BOTTOM: Steve Sandbrook and Cathy llicker-
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ABOVE: Sherri Heckman and Linda Rothrock dressed as clowns to entertain the children
who came to the Festival. BOTTOM: Anne Musser concentrates on explaining the game of
"Roll 28" to a little boy who is trying his luck to win another lei or a cane.
Seniors worked frantically most of
Friday night cleaning the park and
getting ready for the Festival on
Saturday. Although the weather
forecast was for showers on May
13, we continued with the schedule
Saturday morning was a time for
last-minute preparations. No one
was really sure if this had to be
done, because it appeared as if the
Class of '78 was going to get anoth-
er day of rain. Finally, at ll:00
oiclock it was announced that the
Festival would be held rain or shine.
What else could be done, when con-
stant downpours were predicted for
the next week?
One o'clock arrived, and anxious
seniors manned their stands. People
were there to work, but where were
the people who spend the money?
Lady Luck must have been on our
side, for although the sun didn't
shine, the rain did stop and people
began to roam around the park.
Afternoon and evening activities in-
cluded a pie eating contest, bake
sale, Bingo, games, and, of course,
plenty of eating. Our Stage Band
provided continuous entertainment
with shows every half hour. By
ll:00 O'clock everyone was ex-
hausted and ready to call it a day.
Even though the Festival was over,
seniors had to stay to clean up. The
Festival was not only a source of in-
come, but it also provided one of the
last times for the seniors to work to-
gether as a class.
SENIOR CLASS FESTIVAL
Early Monday morning as most
Nazareth residents were avoiding
the unpleasant task ofgetting out of
bed, the class of '78 seniors were
eagerly awaiting the arrival of the
chartered busses at the school park-
ing lot. With luggage, ice skates,
hockey sticks, tennis rackets, and
cameras in hand, they boarded the
busses to leave for a fun-filled day
at Host Farm and Corral in Lan-
Once there, seniors were led to
gorgeous rooms with their own
refrigerator, coffee or tea maker
and color TV. Outside the rooms,
seniors found a host of activities to
keep them busy throughout the day.
A two-mile trail was available for
the bikes and tour carts. An indoor
skating rink supplied the ice which
many seniors either glided on with
pride, or took a spill with humilia-
tion. Tennis enthusiates found
numerous tennis courts to satisfy
their athletic natures. Horseback
riding was available with an instruc-
tor to lead the way.
Two beautiful outdoor swimming
pools awaited the seniors with
special poolside sun lounges, sliding
and diving boards, and a whirlpool
bath. Inside, seniors were treated
with heated pools, saunas, sun
lamps, and steam rooms. Additional
facilities such as shuffleboard, bil-
liard tables, and game arcades
were also enjoyed by the Nazareth
After dinner was served in an ele-
gant dining room, the group
S'Magic,' played at the dance.
Seniors bumped, hustled, twisted,
and diseoed their way through the
musical night as "Magic" enter-
tained the class with their style.
After the encore song, 'LMovin'
Out", seniors gathered their belong-
ings and once again boarded the
busses, this time much more tired
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bright afternoon sun. Seniors pose on private poolside terraces leading up to the Host rooms
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Corral. Lisa Albanese, Patti Erdie and Luann MePoyle dry off on their towels after taking a
dip in the pool. MIDDLE: Students and ehaperones took advantage of the numerous activi-
ties offered at Host Farms. BOTTOM: The welcome sign is displayed for Nazareth seniors.
Karen MeSween rides atop a horse at the stables.
133 SENIOR CLASS TRIP
?7zese Memaries 'ZWII linger Rrever. ..
TOP: Principal, Claude Shappelle announces thc names of the seniors as diplomas are
handed out by Herbert Cobley. Classmates listen attentivcly as a fellow student speaks.
MIDDLE: Valedictorian, Mary Lou Pysher, Salutatorian, Lisa Honsel, and third speaker
David Tavianini encourage the graduating class to look to the future. BOTTOM: Class of '78
forms a procession on the field for the commencement exercises which will signal the end of
their high school days. Jeff Bittner receives a handshake of congratulations.
Sick and Beneficial Society -
National Bank of Nazareth
Prizes ' F
Award for girls
Belt Police Association of
Club of Nazareth
Merit Scholarship Corporation
Industrial Arts Award Wgod
Scholarship Award M5131
Certificate of Merit Finalist
Sherwood Albert, Jr.
Kevin M. Miller - V
Letters of Commendation Semifinalist
Timothy Davidson Award for Scholarship,
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Community Involvement and Creativity
Nazareth Area Senior High School g
Senior Writing Award -' lst
Creative Writing Award
Michael E. Hopwood ' A
Jeffery D. Bittner, Lee Brand1,,Ri5nald
Godiska, Todd Liehtenwalnerg-.lonathan F.
Sokasits, Ronald L. Steiner
Mathematics Award -vgfi A ,,,
English Award 5 Kevinigiiifer ,M
Band Award M
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Science Award for Boys '
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Physical Education Awa
Kiwanis Club of the Nazaret'lf3LiKi'ea
Outstanding Achievement in Art, '
Crafts, or Photography
Share Your Life Award
J. Frederick Knecht Memorial Awards
Andrew S. Leh
Physical Ed. and Athletic Award
Steven Sandbrook 'ggi'
Teresa Sisson A
Carol Dlugos, Kathleen Geosits
Phillips, Teresa Sisson
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The class of ,78 was united for the
last time at the commencement
exercises at the Andrew S. Leh
stadium on Wednesday, June 14.
The seniors filed onto the football
field in step to the tune of the
Blue Eagle band.
After the invocation, Valedictorian'
Mary Lou Pysher spoke of the
similarities between Plato's "Re-
public" and Nazareth high school.
Her speech was "A Parable For All
Purposesf, David Tavianini spoke
next as he compared graduating
from Nazareth with the prisoner
escaping from the cave in Platois
"Republic" "The Search for
Knowledge" was salutatorian Lisa
Honsel's speech. Lisa asked the
graduating class if "the search for
knowledge is necessary, worthwhile,
and will it lead to a rewarding life?
The concert choir selected "Down
the Road" to sing at the exercises.
Mr. Herbert F. Cobley, superinten-
dent of Nazareth Area Schools,
presented the diplomas to the grad-
uating class. Mr. Claude Shappelle
presented the awards to selected
seniors commending their perform-
ances throughout their high school
years. Academic keys were awarded
to eighteen seniors for maintaining
high honor status.
The class of '78 then sang the
Alma Mater together for the last
time as a group honoring the Blue
and White and joined the reces-
sional out of high school and into
adult life as a crowd of parents,
relatives and friends applauded
them for their success.
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LEFT: JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND AD-
VISER: Secretary Sue Hunt, Historian Karen Wil-
liams, Adviser Francis Friedhoff, Vice President John
Liming, and President Matt Duignam. Missing from
the picture is Treasurer Amy Trbuza.
Lenny Flank, Jr.
Mary Ann Galites
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AND ADVISER-Secretary-Treasurer Bonnie Coyle,
Adviser A. Jane Jarrett, Historian Kim Wuest, Vice
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Rewarding Season For
Cross Countr Teams
Dcspitc an ovcrall rccord of 7-9. thc Nalarcth Cross
Country tcam was a group which workcd vcry hard.
Coach Nunamakcr said. "The scason was succcssful if
thc pcoplc involycd thought thc timc was wcll spcntf'
Ray Nunamakcr also coachcd thc girls' tcam which. for
its first ycar. did vcry wcll. llc proudly said. "Thcir hard
work and pcrscrvcrancc wcrc rcwardcd by winning thc
Districts and advancing to thc Statc mcct. Thc girls wcrc
lcd by Chris Agncw. Robin llarpcr. and .lamic Ncalon.
lacking an outstanding runncr. thc boys' squad dcpcnd-
cd on dcpth. Brian Altcmosc. a tri-captain. placcd fifth
in thc District mcct and advanccd to thc Statc mcct
Blainc Phillips. Na1arcth's first thrcc-ycar Icttcrman
and Nliltc Kostick wcrc thc othcr captains,
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Blainc Phillips, Cl-'NTlfR RICSIIT: CilRl S' l977 CROSS COUN-
TRY Tlf.-XN1: Karcn Williams. Donna Dc Rcamus. Chris Agncw.
Robin llarpcr. Martha Ciucst. .lamic Ncalon. Coach Raymond
Nunainakcr. Stana Ciutckunst. l.0WliR RIGHT: Tri-Captain
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Ncninn, Nlnrllm liuusl. ROW Tvvol Rob N'LlYOI'Sixi..lOi1I'l liming. Mikc Ilolndnzik. Bob Schlcichcr. .loc johnson, .lim Ro-
lum. Craig Trax. .lclT l'roI'l. Robin llurpcr. Roger Mzmini. Rag !iroff.Slnn:1fiulckunsl. BACK ROW: Manager Mnric
TLIIIIOS. Xiiumgcr Kim ljfll. ikmcli Raymond Nuimnmkcr. Dave Kuchlcr. Tim Wolfc. Hub lischcnbznch. M1111 Duignnm.
'Xlikc kimick. Ilrigin -Xltcnmxc. Bluinc Phillipx. Chrix Ilnnscl. Bob Snyder.
CROSS COL' NTRN
1977 GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY TEAM-FRONT ROW: Pam Fry, Cindy Baltz, Monica Tanzos,
Cathy Hickernell, Mary Cunningham, Donna Williams, l.ori Hanncr, Terri Marchak. ROW TWO:
Manager Donna Gordon, Donna Leshcr, Donna DeRcamus, Karen Keller, Robin Harper, Joanna
Rampulla, Chris Agnew, Kathy Stout, Manager lleidi Schramm. BACK ROW: Ann Shook. Brenda
Hartzell, Amy DeRaymond, Michele Picrvga, Cindy Weiss, Karen Jones, Kathy Reid, Wendy Fair-
man, Coach Regina Chassard, Coach Frank Krisch.
Eaglette Spirit Ends
Lack ofexperience and missed goals hindered the Nazareth
Girls' Field Hockey Team as they ended the season with a
4-9-3 record. Many of the losses were by a single goal.
Regina Chassard, head coach, felt that the season was dis-
appointing even though everyone gave so much of them-
selves. Assistant Frank Krisch felt the players lacked skills
in the beginning but improved with the season. He com-
mented that he became more familiar with the game as the
season progressed and really enjoyed his coaching position.
Scoring was a problem for the offense, although the defense
was strong. Rampulla led in agressiveness, while the good
stickwork of Tanzos combined with the goalie sliills of Wil-
liams for a powerful defense. T
With determination and hard work the team did the best
they could. Although disappointed, the Eaglettes gained
TOP LEFT: CAPTAINS MARY CUNNINGIIAM AND CATHY
HICKERNELL. CENTER LEFT: Monica Tanios uses her tricky
stickwork during the first home game of the season. ABOVE:
CO-Captain Mary Cunningham moves in quickly to keep the game ex-
citing and everyone in suspense. l.OWER LEFT: FIELD HOCKEY
COACH REGINA CHASSARD.
165 FIIID HOCRI-Y
Eagles Finish As
With a fine attitude and great desire, the Nazareth Blue
Eagle Football team proved to be the best in the Colonial
League. Summer practices with the conditioning mile,
and weeks of hard work were important factors contri-
buting to the success of the team.
After the Wilson victory, Coach .lim Evanko posted his
100th win and the Colonial League Champs presented
him with the ball. Coach Evanko's feelings were, "As
each day and each game passed. l came to admire them
more and more."
Coaches Roanoke and Treon felt that at the beginning of
the season there was little chance for the title. Both saw
this feeling reversed after the season began, Coach Treon
felt the tremendous attitude was what gave them the
League Championship. The team's maturity was the fac-
tor which changed Coach Roanoke's feelings as the sea-
TOP LEFT: Brian Coyle opens the game by pinning the Sau-
eon Valley team against their own goal line. CENTER
RIGHT: Co-Captains Rich Schneebcli and Mike Haberle.
LOWER RIGHT: Coach ,lim Evanko planning game strat-
egy with Quarterback Robbie Albert.
Coach Ronald Lewis. Head Coach .lames Evanko. Assistant Coach Jerry Trcon. Assistant
Coach John Roanoke.
I977 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM - FRONT ROW: Tom Fassl. .loc Brown. Frank Jandrosilv. Keith Bender. David
Castellucci, Chris Szutar. Tim Lahr. ROW TWO: Todd Seip. Steve Marakovits. Craig Evanko. Mike Haberle. Don Kroek,
Blaise Nealon, .lan Smith. Ron Kratz. Shawn Browning, ROW THREE: Coach James Evanko. Coach Jerry Treon. Brand-
on Parsons. Chip Albert. Frank Starner. Dave Sevi. Greg Leh. Jack Hcrbst. Robbie Albert. Coach .lohn Roanoke. Coach
Ronald Lewis. BACK ROW: Joe Serlass. Rich Schneebeli. Mark Buskirk. Howard Schoeneberger. Jeff Hunt. .lohn Reuss.
Robert Saucrzopf. Brian Coyle.
l977 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM- FRONT ROW: Tim l.ahr. Ron Krati. Todd Seip,
Tom Marchak, Rich Sticr, Steve Marakovits, Doug Roth. Mark Sell, Dave Sevi. Coach fharlcs
Voda. BACK ROW: Coach Robert Holland. Rich lloopcr. I-'rank Starncr, Will Crane, Rich Skripek,
Jeff Erdie, Steve Hummel Rich Sauerzopf, Coach Randall. Missing from the picture is .RI Smith.
Nazareth Eagles Are
Captain Rich Schneebeli said that the team was closely knit
and everyone played an important role, Co-Captain was
Mike Haberle. The season was also rewarding for Senior
Chip Albert, who became one of Nazareth's l000-yard
runners. One of the greatest problems was the loss of key
players through injury, but fine substitutes soon solved the
Winning nine out of ten games, the .IV team finished with a
very good season. Coach Holland felt that the players were
very coachable. He said that the only problem was the loss
of some team members to the varsity. A
Eagles worked very hard to achieve what they wanted.
Therein lies the secret to their success. All the hard work
and tremendous sacrifice oftime and effort are evidenced in
the pride in being a Nazareth Blue Eagle.
TOP LEFT: Behind the scene Trainer Biff Stannard shows how very
much he is needed and depended upon by all our athletes. ABOVE: Our
Blue Eagle offense puts it all together. CENTER LEFT: Nazarcth's
varsity football team struts on, all psychcd for another victory.
Being a very young team, the Eaglettes were dedicated
and aggressive, but were disappointed with the results ol
Returning leltcrwomen Edie Longcnbach, Cathy
Tauschman, Michele Stark. and Diane Marakovits
combined with Theresa Reid and Donna Stampfto make
up the top six girls, who, very confidentally, went into
Tennis, both an individual and a team sport, gives each
girl a chance to do her part in making every match suc-
cessful. Newcomer Coach Debbie Gibbs gave the team
her time, support, and a desire to win.
Although thc girls gained experience for the coming
years, the season ended in disappointment. Everyone
gave their best, but their determination fell short.
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Tauschman, Lisa Diehl, Michele Stark, Donna Stampf. ROW
TWO: Diane Marakovits, Terri Patoko, Terri Sisson. TOP RIGHT:
Edie Longenbach slams the ball in a competitive match with
Southern Lehigh. CENTER RIGHT: Terri Reid returns a serve.
BOTTOM: Cathy Tauschman returns a baekhand volley.
Golf's Best Record
In Three Years K
Green Pond Country Club became the home course for
our GolfTeam as the Eagles finished with a I2-4-l record,
the best compiled in the past three years. Coach Donald
Frederick was satisfied with a third-place finish for the
Perry Nardella, the top man, was second in the champion-
ship flight and Frank Maurek finished first in the second
flight during the Colonial League Tournament. Overall,
the team finished in fourth place only twelve strokes behind
Salisbury, the first-place team.
Four-year veterans Nardella and Maurek held first and
second positions. Seniors Ed Yandrisevits, Kevin Coughlin,
and Robert Brindisi filled in the next three slots. The team
agreed that the season was successful and rewarding.
TOP RIGHT: VARSITY GOLF TEAM-FRONT ROW: Robert Brindisi Ed Yandrisevlts Bruce Knecht
BACK ROW: Coach Donald Frederick, Kevin Coughlin. Brad Zipprodt Frank Maurek Perry Nardella
ABOVE: Perry Nardella, swings his way out of a sticky situation. CENTER Frank Maurek practices his
swing before an importnat match. RIGHT: Ed Yandrisevits lines up for a perfect putt
"I will always remember that this team had the potential
to be a great one," commented Senior Co-Captain Mark
Duignam, referring to this year's 7-9 record. He, along
with Perry Nardclla, led the varsity team to what Nardella
felt was a successful, although not a winning, season.
Ending the year with a win over Southern Lehigh meant a
lot to graduating seniors Duignam, Nardella, Blaine
Phillips, Scott Olenwine, Dave Tavianini and Frank
Maurek. They battled hard to defeat the Spartans 55-53, a
deserving win for the Eagles. Captains Nardella and
Duignam, the only returning lettermen, stood out statisti-
cally as high scorer and rebounder. Nardella was chosen
as a member of the Colonial League All-Star Second
Team, while Duignam received an honorable mention. Both
players were also selected for L.A.R.C.
Varsity Coach Barry Boyer stated, "We had the poten-
tial, but it remained unfulfilled."
TOP RIGHT: Jim Roth starts the game while controlling the tap.
MIDDLE LEFT: Varsity Basketball Coach Barry Boyer. MIDDLE
RIGHT: Blaine Phillips displays good form while connecting for a
free throw. BOTTOM: Mark Duignam and Dave Tavianini pulling
down an all-important rebound against Bangor. '
TOP RIGHT: Coach Barry Boyer explains strategies to his team during a time out. TOP LEFT: Captains Mark Duignam
and Perry Nardclla. ABOVE: l978 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Scott Olcnwinc, .lim Shiffert, Bob
Sell, Coach Barry Boyer, Frank Maurck, Matt Duignam, Perry Nardella. BACK ROW: Dave Tav-ianini, Mark Duignam,
Blaine Phillips, Jeff Hunt, .lim Roth, Ed Godiska, Bob Eschenbach, Manager Scott Miller.
l73 VARSITY BASKETBALI
TOP LEFT: Our emotional .lunior Varsity Basketball Coach Daniel Kemeter. ABOVF:
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TFAM-FRONT ROW: .loc Weber. Dave Seyfried,
Coach Kcmeter, Larry Finnegan, Keith Correll, Flton Buss. Manager Peter Fray, BACK
ROW: Mike Moeller, Frank Starner, Al Smith, Bob Eschenbach, Bob Sell, Todd Santo.
Missing from the picture is Manager Raymond Fogel.
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"I feel what you do in practice, you do in a game." com-
mented Nazareth's .IV Basketball Coach Daniel Kemeter.
He believes his team's intensity at practice was not con-
sistent and thus caused the team's below-average record.
Nazareth's young .IV Basketball Team had the potential
but could not quite make it. Winning the last three games
caused Coach Kemeter to believe that some progress was
made in terms of improvement: however. some work was
Captains forthe squad were Bob Sell and l.arry Finnegan.
As captain. Finnegan also led the team in assists and l'oul
shooting.-Sophomores Mike Moeller, top lloor shooter, and
Al Smith, high scorer and rebounder. chipped in their
share for the Eagles. Defensively, Bob Eschenbach stood
out as the best for the squad.
Although the perfection-seeking Coach Kemeter was un-
happy, experience and knowledge was gained to make the
future picture appear brighter.
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TOP LEFT: Al Smith displays the technique which made him our top
rebounder. CENTER LEFT: .IV players and Coach Daniel Kemeter
intensely assist their teammates during a game with Bangor. ABOVE:
Captain Bob Sell listens closely to game strategy during a time out.
LEFT: Bob Eschenbach shows deep concentration when preparing to
shoot from the foul line.
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TOP RIGHT: GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM- FRONT ROW: Cindy Baltz,
Karen Janny, Mony Tanzos, Terri Sisson. BACK ROW: Coach Frank Krisch, Michele
Lance, Jody Roth, Amy DeRaymond, Jamie Roth, Joanna Rampulla. TOP LEFT: First-year
coach Frank Krisch. ABOVE: Tri-Captains Cindy Baltz, Mony Tanzos, Karen Janny.
New Coaches For
Inconsistency caused the Girls' Basketball team to come up
short for an average season. Coach Krisch commented, "I
know we had a better team than our record indicates, but
we just could not put it all together."
This was Coach Frank Krisch and JV Coach Pat Bracken's
first year with the Girls' team. As a coach, Krisch felt
that he lacked the experience and the knowledge neces-
sary to be successful.
Seniors Cindy Baltz, Monica Tanzos, and Karen Janny
were honored as team tri-captains. In addition to being a
captain, Baltz led in assists while Juniors .Ioanna Rampulla
and Jamie Roth were outstanding in rebounding and shoot-
ing. Sophomore Amy DeRaymond was high scorer as
center for the team.
Although the season was not particularly rewarding, both
the coach and the team gained valuable knowledge and
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TOP LEFT: Amy DeRaymond sinks the shot for two during the
PenArgyl game. CENTER LEFT: JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM-
FRONT ROW: Lori Hahn, Sharon Setzer, Sheryl Rissmiller,
Kathy Reid, Mary Snyder, Sue Kostenbader. Kathy Crush. ROW
TWO: Manager Denise Day, Wendy Fairman, Brenda Hartzell,
Karen Jones, Statistician Cathy Hickernell, Manager Jackie
Finkbeiner. LAST ROW: Coach Patricia Bracken, Michele Lance.
Jody Roth, Darcy Fritz, Donna Krupa. CENTER RIGHT: Cindy
Baltz outmaneuvers her opponent during an important contest
with PenArgyl. LEFT: Mony Tanzos shows concentration and
good form during a free throw.
I77 GIRL'S BASKFTBAI I
We Are The League
At the start ofthe season, Coach Ray Nunamaker knew
he had a winning team. This Nazareth Blue Eagle Wres-
tling team was one of the best which Nunamaker ever
coached. He felt that they were good wrestlers and good
kids. Mr. Nunamaker remarked, "I had very few problems
in coaching this team."
Roger Manini making weight was the only major problem.
Important highlights of the season were the State Finals
with Jeff Tripp against Jay Patterson of Wilkes-Barre
Meyers. Jeff lost 8-6, but wrestled outstanding in the tour-
nament. To be second best in the state of Pennsylvania is
quite an accomplishment. Beating Saueon Valley for the
second consecutive Colonial League Championship was
Seniors Todd Lahr and .Ieff Tripp did a fine job as Co-
Captains for the squad.
TOP RIGHT: Coach Raymond Nunamaker holds thc cherished
trophy awarded his League Championship l978 Varsity Wrestling
Team. ABOVE: Our Matmaids share the feeling that we are ifl.
CENTER RIGHT: Nazareth's Captain Todd Lahr, a leader on and off
the mat. RIGHT: Co-Captains .leff Tripp and Todd l.ahr.
TOP LEFT: Nazareth Blue Eagle wrestlers break through for another victory. TOP RIGHT: Senior Rich Schneebeli
concentrates during a vital match with Saucon Valley. ABOVE: COLONIAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP BLUE
EAGLE VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM-FRONT ROW: Dave Rader, Steve Treon, Mike Male, Jeff Tripp, Brian
Boyer. ROW TWO: Tim Halbfocrster, Jody Werner, Keith Fairman, Robbie Albert, Lewis Rissmiller, Roger Manini,
Coach Raymond Nunamakcr. BACK ROW: Todd Lahr, Greg Leh, Paul Skutches, Al Haberle, Rich Schneebeli, Tom
Rohn, Steve Getz. .
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TOP LEFT: Greg Lch posts a big victory. TOP RIGIIT: MAT MAIDS - SITTING: Donna Wil-
liams, Lydia Siegfried, Anne Musser, I.ynn Rader, Becky Santee, .lane Brown, Sue Dlugos. STAND-
ING: Kim Shafer, Cathy Correll. ABOVE: JUNIOR VARSITY WRISSTLINGSQIIADZ FRONT
ROW: Jody Pettis, John Sofka, Rich Stier, Mark Daney, Steve Treon, ROW TWO: Brian Stoudt,
Guy Metz, Peter De Raymond, Tim Halbfoerster, Steve Tuff, Randy Tall, Mike Ferretti. BACK
ROW: Coach Steve Kulieki, Lenny Ihle, Ron Audcnried, Karl Basile, Dave Sevi, Glen Hoffman,
Coach Sebastian Rampulla.
Senior Greg Leh added to the triumphs of the season by
placing first in the First Annual Colonial League Tourna-
ment. Juniors Robbie Albert, Roger Manini, Keith Fair-
man, and Jody Werner also posted fine records. Albert
advanced to the State Tournament after finishing second
in both the District and the Regional Tournaments, and
placed first in the Christmas City and Colonial League
Many records were set this season, perhaps the greatest of
which was the fact that Coach Ray Nunamaker surpassed
his l50th win since he has been wrestling coach at Naza-
reth, truly a remarkable achievement. Jeff Tripp also
broke a school record for posting the most wins in one
season, with 30 wins and 4 losses. With a final overall
record of I4-2 and 8-0 in the League, the Blue Eagles
ended another outstanding season.
TOP LEFT: Jeff Tripp chalks up another win to add to his 30-9 record,
one of the finest ever compiled. CENTER LEFT: Robbie Albert proves
why he was able to advance to thc level of State recognition. ABOVE:
Junior Tim Halbfoerster putting pressure on a formidable opponent.
LOWER LEFT: Roger Manini chips in a victory to bolster the score
for the Big Blue.
Talent, Fall Short
Both the varsity and the junior varsity baseball teams had the
talent and potential, but found difficulty in putting it all together.
Varsity Coach John Roanoke and Assistant Coach Frank Krisch
believed the team's hitting did not meet their expectations and
also that the team had every opportunity to become a fine team.
Having no captains, the varsity squad was led by the top seniors
Mike Haberle, Frank Jandrositz and Perry Nardella.
JV Coach Lesky tried to play as many boys as possible, using an
average of I8. Coach Lesky commented, "The object of the JV
team is to learn and have fun while playing baseball. It is nice to
win, but giving everyone a chance to play and learn comes first."
With a find attitude, the team was led by outstanding individuals
Joe Weber, Tim Lahr, Rich Woodward, and Harry Fatsinger.
Varsity and Junior Varsity teams both showed determination and
improvement, but fell short of a successful season.
TOP RIGHT. Frank Jandrositz warms up for another hit. ABOVE
Varsity Coach John Roanoke and Assistant Varsity Coach Frank
Krisch. CENTER RIGHT: Varsity Coach John Roanoke watches
the Eagle defense perform. BOTTOM RIGHT: JV Coach Lesky
reviews the fundamentals of batting.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Carl Strye, John Fitchman.
Larry Finnegan, Jeff Bender, Mike Fischl, John Flegler, Dave Werkheiser, Dwayne Meyers.
ROW TWO: Bernadette Tremble, Tracy Lichtenwalner, Clark Mazzi, Randy Ambcrger,
Steve Haberle, Doug Hooper, Rich Woodward, Rich Sauerzopf, Rich Huth, Harry Fat-
singer,' Greg Einfalt, Tonya McKenzie. BACK ROW: Coach Victor Lesky, Joe Weber,
Dave Seyfried, Steve Marakovits, Bob Sell, Tim Lahr, Bill Crane, Tom Pasciewiez, Ron
Andrews, Bob Kelchner, Rich Getz, Margie Yeakel.
VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW: Bruce Einfalt, Danny Thomas, Dave Johnson, Rich Walakovits, Glenn
Solt, Dennis Daley. ROW TWO: Tom Gum, Bob Brindisi, Chris Wolf, John Marakovitz, Tom Fassl, Frank Jandrosits,
Mike Haberle, Perry Nardella, Manager Lisa Diehl. BACK ROW: Statistician Mony Tanzos, Coach John Roanoke. Frank
Maurek, Ed Godiska, Blaine Phillips, Scott Weisel, Kevin Hess, Assistant Coach Frank Krisch. .
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Coach Regina Chassard shows her concern during the Parkland game. ABOVIQ: GlRl.S' SOFT-
BAl.l. TEAM-FRONT ROW: Pam lfrey. Robin Ilarper. l.ori llahn, Kelly Hooper, Cindy Bally.
Kim Dech. ROW TWO: Kathy Reid. Wendy l-'airman. Anita Millheim, Sue Siegfried, Cathy
Winiarski. Theresa Reid. Karen Correll. Karen Jones. BACK ROW: Coach Donald l-'rcderick
Manager Lisa Phillips. Gail Bastian. Cathy llickcrnell. Donna DcReamus. Sharyn SCIICF, and Man-
ager Jean Dusinski. Head Coach Regina Chassard is missing from this picture.
Our l978isoftball team was a very small team with a lot of spirit and
determination and every player constantly improving all through the
Coach Regina Chassard believed that no single individual was outstand-
ing, but that every player was outstanding in their own job and at some
point of every game. She also remarked that some girls have a lot of
ability that has not surfaced as yet. With each game they gained ex-
perience, for they were eager to learn and willing to try different ideas
in their desire to win. -
Coach Chassard and Assistant Coach Donald Frederick felt that the
team's attitude was good, and they were never depressed by the team's
performance. Problems which the Eaglettes did encounter were their
low number of hits and the losses by very small margins.
Ending the season with a 5-3 League record, the team gained valuable
experience. They progressed as the season went on and performed well
as the mighty Eaglettes.
TOP LEFT: Captains Donna DeReamus and Cathy Hickcrnell.
MIDDLE LEFT: The Eaglettes cheer on during a close game with
Palisades. ABOVE: Assistant Coach Donald Frederick keeps the spirit
flowing with the Eaglettes. BOTTOM LEFT: Robin Harper decides
with determination to strike her batter out.
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I Mighty Eagles
Hold Their Own
Confidence, concentration, and never giving up are all
important aspects of tennis. At times the Nazareth Boys'
Tennis team lacked one or more of these. Finishing with
a 6-8 record in the Colonial League, the team was much
better than their record indicates.
Coach Robert Hallman expected that more boys would
come out for the team. All boys who did come out made
the team. Top individuals for the squad were Rob Ya-
vorski, David Tavianini, John Liming, and Brian Coyle.
Coach Hallman commented "Our first four players
made us fairly solid in singles matchesg however, I do be-
lieve they lost some matches they never should have lost.
At the start of the season he felt the team would do bet-
ter than they did. Overall, he enjoyed coaching. He said
that most of the boys on the team were a pleasure to
work with, which made his job easier.
One thing that hurt the team was a lack of depth, which
is so essential to becoming successful. With the compara-
tively small turnout, the Eagles produced a respectable
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Bob Snyder. ABOVE: Tim Siegfried serves to his opponent.
CENTER RIGHT: Brian Coyle and his pounding backhand. BOT-
TOM RIGHT: Coach Hallman shows what it takes to become aten-
TOP LEFT: David Tavianini with his great follow through.TOP RIGHT:Brian Coyle playing the net in an important dou-
bles match. ABOVE: VARSITY TENNIS TEAM-FRONT ROW: Willard Mohn, Mitch McClure, Rob Yavorski, Tim'
Siegfried, Keith Miltensberger. BACK ROW: Brian Coyle, John Liming, Coach Robert Hallman, Steve Sandbrook, David
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TOP LEFT: Chris Agnew gains a quick lead in the mile run. TOP RIGHT: Karen Harper shows
good form while striding thc hurdles. ABOVE: TRACK TEAM - FRONT ROW: Chris Agnew,
Kathy Behrens, Joanna Rampulla. Leanne McSwecn, Brenda Geffert, Sherry Messinger, Mary
Snyder, Lori Diehl, Heidi Rissmiller. ROW TWO: Coach Ronald l.ewis, Statistician Cindy Stahl,
Heidi Schramm, Karen Harper, Dianne Tomino, Pat Buskirk, Tammy Bajan, l,ori Hanner, .loanne
Wagner, Lisa Gcrcnser, Corrinne Fenner, Carol Sehneebeli, Statistician Tina Stahl, Coach .lerry
Treon. BACK ROW: Coach Robert Holland. Statistieians Beth But? and Karen McSwecn, Amy
DeRaymond, Patti Ro7um. Connie Rissmiller, Karen Keller, Shelley Smith, Doreen Getz, Connie
Ferraro, Stana Gutekunst, Jamie Roth, Statistieians Roxanne l-'lick and Tammy Miller, Coach ln-
Team Of Champions
Coach lngrid Simke had no doubt in her mind about this
season. She commented "I felt it in my bones that we would
end up on the top .as champions."
General attitude improved greatly and there was a lot ofcn-
thusiasm shown for the individual achievements. Outstand-
ing League Meet records were set by Joanna Rampulla,
Amy DeRaymond, and the two mile relay team of Chris
Agnew, Mary Snyder. Stana Gutekunst. and Amy DeRay-
mond. Taking first place in all three weight events, Ram-
pulla and the 440 champion DeRaymond defended their
titles from the previous year's League Meet. All ofthe girls
on the team were outstanding in their own way. Captains
for the team were Lori Hanncr and Stana Gutekunst. They
did a fine job encouraging the team to victory.
Having some injuries in the beginning of the season, the
girls had to take over additional events and did the best they
could. The Eaglettes came back and proved that they are
ef. if F' -C
TOP LEFT: Amy DeRaymond finishes first with an excellent time.
CENTER LEFT: Corrinnc Fenner and Sherry Messinger lose no time
in passing the baton. ABOVE: Co-captains Stana Gutekunst and Lori
Hanner. LEFT: Mary Snyder paces hersclfduring the two-mile run.
Lot of Determination
With a fine attitude and hard work, the track team put forth their
very best effort. Even though the boys failed to finish in the lop two,
all the boys did the best they could.
Leading the team as captain was Chip Albert. Other outstanding in-
dividuals were Mike Kostick, Lewis Rissmiller, Robert Wagner.
Richard Merritt, Patrick Szutar, Alan Smith, and Richard Schnee-
Frustration from injuries and sickness was one of the main prob-
lems, but the team kept coming back. From the start ofthe season,
they worked hard together. Saturday morning practices proved
that the team had determination and drive.
Over this last season the boys showed signs of great improvement.
Becoming exposed tothe discipline and competiton ofan individual
and team sport, compensated for whatever disappointment the team
may have felt with their record.
TOP RIGHT: Alan Smith preps himself for the start of the race.
CENTER RIGHT: lt's the start! Mike Holodnak and Dave Koehler
begin the exhausting two-mile race. ABOVE: Head Coach Ronald
Lewis becomes concerned and hopeful during a crucial meet. BOT-
TOM RlGHT: Joe Johnson strides to victory.
TOP LEFT: Coach Robert Holland, Cozieh Ronald Lewis, Couch Ingrid Simke, Couch .Ierry Treon. TOP RIGHT:
Andy Rodgers sprinls to the finish line. TRACK TEAM-FRONT ROW: Jeff Croft, Tom Gressler, Ted Ashenfelder.
Joe Brown, Andy Rodgers, Louis Perez. Tom Marchak, Mike Holodnak, Jim Rozum, Craig Tress. ROW TWO: Coach
Lewis, Steve Hummel, Pat Szutur. Chris Szulur. Rich Merrill, Lewis Rissmillcr, Greg Polzinski, Frank Sturncr, Dave
Koehler, Joe Johnson, Tim Wolfe, Mark Sell, Dave Ifkovils, Bob Eschenbach. Couch Trcon. BACK ROW: Couch Hol-
land. Dave Sevi, Howie Sehoeneberger. Mark Buskirk, Mike Koslick, Rich Schneebcli. Alun Smilh. Jeff Hunt. Chris
Honscl. Duane Sehoenebcrgcr. Mark Hardy. Murk Slurner, Couch Simke,
Being a member ofa young cheerleading squad brings
each girl a great many responsibilities. Cheerleaders
have to lead school spirit even when noone else follows
their cheers during a football or basketball game. Plan-
ning our three pep rallies this year, providing skits,
competition cheers and teaching the student body the
new cheers were only part of the activities that took
hours and hours of time.
Spirit is left to many people, but the cheerleaders
carry it through during every game for each and every
player. So whenever credit is given for school spirit,
the cheerleaders must be the first to be congratulated
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TOP RIGHT: Lisa Albanese, a IARC cheerleader. shows her
school spirit during a basketball game. ABOVE: Our cheerleaders
show plenty ofexcitement during an important play at a home foot-
ball game. MIDDLE RIGHT: Colleen Doyle, l.aura Shuman,
Anita Hahn, Anita Milheim, .lamy Waha, our loyal cheerleaders
for the girls' team. BOTTOM: Our Eagle football team is
Number l. as shown by all the cheers.
TOP LEFT: JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-FRONT ROW: Michele Meyers, Lisa Masters, Jackie Zeiner.
BACK ROW: Sandy Smith, Sherry Messinger, Cathy Wininarski, Mary Brown. TOP RIGHT: Co-Captain Lisa Albanese:
Captain Colleen Remaley. ABOVE: VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Sherri Stocker, Lori Woodward, Jane Uhler, Lisa
Albanese, Colleen Remaley, Gail.Buss, Patti Jean Pritchard, Wendy Werkheiser, Doretta Kilpatrick.
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TOP LEFT: COLONIAL LEAGUE FIELD HOCKEY ALL STARS Joanna Rampulla, Chris
Agnew, Robin Harper, Donna Williams. TOP RIGHT: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY FOOT-
BALL ALL STARS Bob Sauerzopf, Mark Burskirk, Chip Albert, ABOVE: ALL LEAGUE
FOOTBALL SECOND TEA M-FRONT ROW: Chip Albert, Joseph Brown, Frank Jandrositz,
John Reuss. BACK ROW: Mark Buskirk, Richard Schneebeli, Bob Sauerzopf, Robbie Albert.
ln addition, Bob Sauerzopf, Mark Buskirk, and Chip Albert were named to the Northampton
County All Star Football Team. 1
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TOP LEFT: Perry Nardella receives the award for outstanding performances on the basketball court.
TOP RIGHT: Donna DeReamus was presented the award for outstanding achievement on the Girls' Soft-
ball Team. ABOVE: Award winners Stana Gutekunst, Brian Altemose, Edie Longenbach, Richard
Schneebeli, Donna Williams. Blaine Phillips, Karen Janny, Mark Duignam, Mony Tanzos. Chip Albert,
Lewis Rissmiller, Jeff Tripp, and Perry Nardella.
Awards for outstanding performance in every varsity sport are present-
ed annually by the Knight of Columbus. TOP LEFT: Frank Maurek
presents the coveted award for tennis to David Tavianini. TOP
RIGHT: A distinguished award to the ldeal Boy and Ideal Girl Athlete
is presented yearly by the Pequoit Society. Recipients of this year's
award went to Mony Tanzos and Perry Nardella. CENTER LEFT:
The award for outstanding achievement on the track is presented to
Stana Gutekunst. ABOVE: The Boys' Track award was won by Lewis
Rissmiller. LEFT: Brian Altemose is presented with the Knights of
Columbus award for his performance on the Cross Country Team.
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KOI2H1.FR's PHARMACY 19 SQUTH BRQAD STREET
35 Belvidere Struct Nllllllflll, P-X NAZARE-I-H PA- 18064
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29 llulvidcrc Struct Phone 759-3640
GEORGE G BENSING FUNERAL HOME
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Home Style Pies
224 Mauch Chunk Street Phone
Nazareth PA 759 9862
SNYDER S FARM MARKET
Quality FRUIT and PRODUCE
Wholesale and Retail
Routes 248 and 191 NAZARETH PA
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Tuesday and Saturday 9 6
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43 Belvidere Street
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M , and Mrs. Albert l. Abel
Robbie Albert '71
an '73 and Larry Xltemt se
M . and Mrs. Lee R Xltemose
. and Mrs. Riehard .l. Altemose
.and Mrs. Wayne S. Altemose
. . 1 Mrs. Carl lf. Amernt
Karen Berry '76
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Biekert
Kevin Carl Biekert '77
Bit Ed -vo
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Billheimer
Blacks Luneheonette. len Arty
Miss June Blair
Mr. 'ind Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry VX. Amcrman. Blue Valley Lanes
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Henry' W. Amerman. Sr.
l.ynda M. Amerman
Orpha lf. Amcrman
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lester Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Xndreyys
Petra lilise Nngelone
Anita and Brian
Dennis Anshau '76
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Applegate '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry ll. Nrndt
Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Arndt
Richard and Charmane Ashenlielder
Cheryl Atherholt '78
j and Et rl ' e women and
little mt nb
Cindy Auerbaek '80
Kathy Auerbach '79
Mr. and Mrs. rederiek Balliet
Barb '68 and Curtis '66 Balt?
Cindy Balt? '78
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Balt!
Allen F. Barthold
Mrs. Bertha Bartholomew
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R.
Ray' W. Bartholomew
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bast
G'i Bastian '78
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bauer
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Baxter
lynette Baylor '80
Renee Baylor' '80
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bealer
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beck
Mrs. Gordon Beck
Mrs. .lulia Becker
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison C. Beers
Mr. and Mrs. Harry lf. Beers
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beers
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Beers
Stacy Beers '88
Butch. Julie and Kevin Bender
Colleen Bently '77
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Berneeker
Debbie Berry '78
Mr, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Kevin Pi. Bortl
Mr. and Mrs I-'orest Bowers
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Boyer
Gloria Jean Braun
Mr. and Mrs. George Breinig
Brenda '81 Good Luck Seniors
Brenda and Steve
Mr, and Mrs. Donald Broad and
Clifford .l. Bonney
Mr. and Mrs. llarry Brodhez
Lcon Bronb '28
Denise Brown '79
Hale Broun '78
Ronaldd. Sandra and Steve Brown
Deb and Carl Brueh
Elwood and June Brueh and Tim
Bruce and Kathy '75
lr . Buck '50
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bumhauser
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burkett and
Arlene li. Bush
Chris G. Bush
Claire '53 and lillsworth '50 Bush
George H. Bush
Jeff Bush '77
Lisa K. Bush
Lynn K. Bush
David and Virginia Buskirk and
Mr. and Mrs. l.eRoy' Buskirk and
Rt y .l. uss
Beth Bull '79
Gloria Bllll 'two
Lillian M Bull
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Calvert
Betty Ann Campanaro
Mr. and Mrs. George Campanaro
Mr. and Mrs. leonard Campanaro
Candy '77 and Seott '75
John L. Caprari
Kathryn l ehr Carling '28
Mr. and Mrs .lerry Carlo
Cathy '78 and Blake '74
Cathy' and George '77
HERMAN S OF NAZARETH
Home Of Famous Brand Names
Junior Miss Apparrel
HECKLER B: COUGHLIN
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NAZARETH PA. 18064
100 South Main Street Nalareth PA
420 Main Street
CHERRY HILL SERVICE CENTER FreshmeatACo1dcutsA Produce
Auto Repairs 84 Tune-Ups
Automatic Transmission Repair
R.D. 531 Nazareth
PA Phone 759-2595
"THE LAND OF THE GIANTS"
A MEAL IN ITSELF
F " ,A 30 Varieties of
XI 'ti X HOT and COLD SUBS
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Q OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
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if ' pl 11:00 A.lVI. tO 10200 RM.
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- , 7 108 SOUTH MAIN STREET
. , 5 Q NAZARETH, PA.
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CPurveyor O1'I7ine Foodj
452 Bushkill Center Road
Nazareth, PA 18064
General Repairs And State Inspection
Poultry aaFresh Eggs- EEa-E Frozen Food
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759 3939 267 M22 BUSINESSMEN, P PILS
l36S Ma1nSt l702 Main St
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Complete Home Furnishings
TF LEH INC
Q2 235 South Broad Street
Telephone 2l5 759 2340
Nazareth Pennsylvania l8064
Fresh Flowers For All
Beautiful For Weddings
HOUSE OF FLOWERS
16 Easten Rd 7597000
KERN S MEAT MARKET
Don1ldK Leopold Proprietor
Quality Meats And Poultry
IO5 South Broad Street lsaiareth PA
PhOne 759 05l0
102 MAIN ST STOCKERTOWN PA 18083
BAJAN S MARKET
66 East Lawn Road
Nazareth, PA 18064
Fine Food 8. Entertainment
Dried'And Silk Flovters
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GALLERY '76 RESTAURANT
Cheryl '7X nntl 'l'ony '77 Dr :ind Mrs 'l'ltont.ts li. Dickson. .lr
f'l1I'lN'7CY-llltl .lmiy '7P4 X4r .ind Mrs. fyllen .X Diel'entlerI'er
Nlr .intl 'Nlrs Phil Cttrroeeltt Nlr .intl Xlrs l-tlysin R Diehl
lee C'lttroni '-ll Mr .intl Nlrs .lohn Diehl '49
Rttny C l.troni '73 l is.t Diehl '7P4
Milf! Clill l.turxe Diener
Mr. .ind Mrs Donttltl C lyinei' l'y1f.l1lyd Mrs, Arllittr Dieter
Barry 'MK C lteryl '70. ll .l CMC "U Mr .ind Nlrs Robert Dieter. Sr
Nlr. Bruce Ci Cole '7-1 Xkillnim li. Dilehertl
Nlr gtntl 'ylrs Cieorge C ole. li Pnl D'ltttperio '70
MT. A1115 'WIN W H1 0 fvlflll-Ill Diseount Tire C enter. Patlnter
Donna Collier Township
Alice .ind Dennis Corttloittitti Qyml, ljisnghcf
Doininie .intl lo.tn Contloiiiitti '60 Dime lpuugllh
Randy C'ontlontitti '77 lirtgmin Doyle '7o
Sztnt ttntl louise londoinittt '-W 'slr .intl Nlrs .Ioltn Doyle
l.trrie C onners 'ol r .H-1 Ijrgvt '75
4'11fflC -lfld MIAU 4 Ulllwff Mr ttntl Mrs. Nteholzts Drosnoelx
Michael C UIHNCY '76 'Nlorinat .ind Dottie Dtthy
'WI' Llttd VIN C'l1AflCN li Qlllffll Nlr .intl Nlrs Phillip X, Due .intl lts.t
Nlr .tntl Nlrs loseph l osenf.t. ,lr IJt1lI'y '7X .ind lttntiny '70
"Bill" C oyle Nl.itt Duignant '70
Bonnie Coyle V.tnessn Durns
Ctlllgl '70 -lllll Sllllllj '75 .lnyne and .le.in Dttsinslsi
lite C'l'1tl11NCN'N Nlr .intl N1rs llttslltslxl
Xlr, .intl Xlrs Chet C'r'essin.tn. Ir
Nlr .intl Xlrs Delbert C ressin.tn .intl l-
Nlr tintl Nlrs, Dontiltl C ressni.tn Nlr .intl Vlrs. lixinls lntby
Mr. ttntl Nlrs Xtrgil C ressnt.tn "My l-1l,1tsn"
Nlr Lind Nlrs D.ti'rel C oolt .intl N1f Aintl 'Vlrs VYrllt.tnt l. lfberls
Iltinily Nlr .ind Nlrs .Iolin l-el-tert
Nlr. .ind Nlrs xl-ljll-Wil li C roll C Ron .ind C'l.iudi.i ltlelinrin
Nlr .intl Nlrs llern1.inCr'nsl1 llgxtrhcr ,I ltlttnrtls
Mr .intl Nlrs R. C'ry.tn Nlr .intl Nlrs liernnrtl leisenherg
l rank C'senesits 'NP .lohn .intl .latntes l'lliott
Mr .intl Xlrs C'lIlllllllQll1.lIll 'Nlr nntl Nlrs llruee lfrntg
Cftrol C'uslUl .Ioy .intl Daniel l'ngIet' .ind Son
Cy '73 .intl ,l.tn '77 l intl.t l ngler "X
Nlr .intl Xlrs Nlnrlin l ngler
D Nli' .intl Nlrs Xietoi' l'ngler
Dennis D.iIey '7H l'stlter 'Sl
lim. letleen .trttl.lin1iiiy Daley
Robert D.iIey '7-1 l
Christine .intl llill D.tney
Kntlty Dnney '7X Vyently ltiirintn 'Nl
Mttrk Dttney 'Sl lr.tnls lttssl '7-1
Nlr :intl Nlrs lrxtneis I' D.tniels up ,mtl Nlrs D.tn l.ttlsl
Bob .intl Dot D.inner 'Fl lseitlt l.tust
louknn D.tnner '77 Rtelsy l.tust '76
DAF -llld Dtllltl Ally 7 .l.tntes l lxtustner
Mr. ttntl Nlrs .loltn D.ti'lw.teli -lllll Delbert l'ehnel .intl lttinlly
liltllttf .Ltekie lehinel
.-Xnnathelle '56 .ind XKilli.tin D.ty R,,CAnn frghngl
Denise llty '7X Rqnge Ielmel 'Ml
Vlrs, De Xngelis Nlr .ind Nlrs Ax.llltJl'lClll1Cl
Deb '70 Nlr rind Nlr. l-tlg.tr leht'
DCB Dtrll '75 xxlllllllll l'eltlnt.tn
WF, und VH Rlflillfll U l7CCl1 Ci.1il lltirtlell lensterrnntker 'ov
C'.tpt, .l.tels Deiehntttn Kciih Igns1Qrm,1ltt5r"72
Nlr .l.tntes Deiehinttn I mrjgl Ignstt5rm.1lter'7'F
Nlrs. Nl.try Del llC.l Quillgts .ind Rullt leristerttialtei
Dennis Ami Krlllli Xlr .ind Nlrs. Dontinie .l, lerr.tro
Don DeRettinus '77 Connie lferruro
Mr. and Mrs, Robert DeRettinus Mr- ond Mr, limes Ierrgtro
Derek '70. .Ioltnntt '70. Stney Will. .Liekte lrinkbelner '78
Teri '05 Nlr .ind Nlrs Donald ltsehl
.I.tne .intl Xie Detyyiler N1r.nrtd Ntrs R.ty lisehl
Dennis Detitselt '76 Nlr .ind Nlrs Nndreyy l'lNlllCl'
Dennis .l. Deutselt '79 Mr .ind Mrs lohn li ll.tnk, .lr
lid '68 .ind Sztlley Deutsch Mr and Mrs. l.enny llztnk
Mr .ind Nlrs Arthur Deymlt Nt, and W,-X .yltcn lllsmy
X1r,nntl Nlrs Burton C' Deyntlt Rnndy llurer '77
Delindn Deyy.tlt '78 D,,ug'l mcg 'ss
Rox '7l, N1.ttt .intl .l.tson Deyygtlt fgwcn f-'mcg s
Dick ttntl .lane
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All Krnds Of Insurance Since 1833
Business Lrfe Home Auto
22 S Marn St
Phone 759 6920 Nazareth Pa
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It Is well to be prepared for every emergency
A Savrngs Account rs a buffer against the
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CENTENNIAL FEDERAL SAVINGS
and Loan Assoclatlon
Bangor Nazareth Pen Argyl
Member Federal Snvlnga A Loan
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PM 8,5 Goods
PHONE I2I5D 759-9932
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NAZARETH MOTQRS, INC. P BLISH NAZARETH
Maueh Chunk 84 Church Sts.
Nazareth, Penna. l8064
Mike Fraee "-1 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Gold
Mr and Xlrs Iohn lranciak '-U Donna Gordon
Cindy Frank '78 Mr. and Mrs. David H. Gower
Mr. and Mrs Nlex Frankenfield Brenda Gradwohl
Mr. and Nlrs Woodrow Frantl Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Gradwohl
Mrs. Carole lrantl The Grand Waloo '78
Al BANI-Sl-GARDEN Cl-NTER Charles '36 and Minnie Fratipietro Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Graver,
I ann 5: Garden Supplies Numan Slack Kevin Fraunlelter Sr.
Vegetable H Flower plums mlnalnd 'lhopalghl-rederiek QenryCJGre,enleaT7.9Jr.
Sminining Pool Chemicals A, A .one rl' uit' ,K dry rcpiry . , H
360 Elm Mmrcxlmn Ruud. wmd Ulm PM N064 Shelbie Frederick 30 i Terry and Ciloria Gressxler
phone 015,119-4699 Mr. and Mrs. llarry lz. Frey Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph Groman
Judy Frey '71 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grover
Pam Frey '80 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grube
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frey Mr. and Mrs. Francis Grube
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Frey, Jr. Martha Guest '79
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Friend Charlyn Gustin '89
Friendly Rocks Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Gum
Mr. and Mrs. Harry liritehman Dee Gutekunst '56
Nancy Fritl Kara Gutekunst '92
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frit7 Krista Gutekunst '82
l.isa Fritl '77 Stan Gutekunst '53
' ' . ' M .t d M R. 'll F 't. St' C t'k It '78
Q onipliments ol . . S.l,,il"r.iiZ'7vs H 7 1.5.22 dill -18
Sue Fritz '78 Mr. and Mrs. James Guthrie
Christopher Bath Fry Anna Mae Gutshall '47
V i 1 Mrs. Helen Fry Mel Gutshall '78
.fxlofw c .c,ciciiiH.axR o Mft we ,.
Woodrow and Fva Fuls
C1H'0lC l"ClClmllFI l'i5l'C Mr. and Mrs. Dennis G. llahn and
, Sue Fyfe '81 Family
N IN 7 I T x Y C l Ernie '70 and Jenny '7l Hahn
8 1 ' 'C 1' - 4 - fi Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hahn
, N Mr. and Mrs. James Hahn
.Ioanne Gallo 80 Mr, and Mrs' 'larry Hahn
Gandalf the Wizard lisa Hahn .80
Robin Gardner Ibn Hahn .724
Cindy '75 aind Rich '74 Garr Isriscillu Hahn .79
DMC 'mfr 77, 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. Haldeman. Jr.
Dolores and Riehard Gairr Mr' and Mrs. plumes Hamm
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garr Terri Himmwrxwnc
Mr. and Mrs. lirnest and Garren Cindy Hlmncr
and family L - H, , .78
Richard and Nancy Garren and Morilangnflflll Stephen Manner
Steaks And Hot Dogs Ml1lmlg'M B d X C Sym, Hannc,
Q ' i r. an . rs. ra 1 . iaumer AI . H1 ,I
Call 759 5033 For lake out Mf- and Mfg- lidwlf' Guumff Mrriciliid Clair W. timing
Rl- 191 Gemart, Plamer1Park Mall Mark Harding .XO
Between Nazareth And Newburg Kwan? S Tflwlng Scfvlfv Dean Hardy' -gl
Phllllp 5' George' 'lr' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Terry Harold
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne George Dee Hummm .XO
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Geostu Mrs. Earl B, Hartman
Km? Gwen' '78 Beth Hartzell '79
C l' t f H In Remembrance ol' August Getl. Jack R- Harwell
S O 4 'lr' Q Jerry and Judy Hartzell
8 Uml- R0yCC and TVUCY CYUW Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hausman
Dllfccniclelf KXU Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hay and Family
JOM 0911 79 John and omg Heckler -72
l-UU'5e GSU Xl 1 Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. lleckman
FIR E Ml' lln2lMr5L7?'lbc"l GHZ' Sr' Mr. and Mrs. llenry R. Heckman.
Royce 'et7 ' Jr,
5l1Llf01'1 GSW K-73 Mrs. Kenneth lleekman
AN Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gety. Sr. and Rgmcfl Hcckmlmh J,
lillmlly Mr. and Mrs Robert Heckman. Sr
BU C Deb Gilio L75 Robin lleckman '77
A M E R Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gilio She,-fi liggknjlgn '73
Sue Gills! K76 Moselle M. llelilelfinger
MF. Und Mrs UUSSCI' Mrs. Zoa llelfelfinger
GICHU '7l Und Cindy A77 Mr. and Mrs. l.eon Heller
G, S, QSWALD Joseph Glivknwn '80 Rueben and Mildred Heller
Ffilltk G0CllSkLl '76 Mr. and Mrs. Harold llelm and Jodi
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Godiska jill Hgrimg
ROD Godisku '73 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hess
48 Center Kllilh Gogfrl '77 Cathy llickernel
Nzlzafgtha Fvtlyn Gold Connie Hickernell
M0r1iCLl Gold Mr. and Mrs. .l. S. Hickernell
Coneratulatione CI isa ol' 78
BOB HOFFMAN S GARAGE
Auto And Recreational Sales 8 Service
Phone Nazareth Pa 12155 7591300
Robert G Hoffman Owner
Ro e 512 RD No 1 Wrndgap Pa 18091
R 191 PHONE 7590170
NAIAREIH PA 18064 NAURUH MOTEL
itrznv AND ROSEMARY
Arnconotnowro KROBOTH PROPS
HECKTOWN BUILDING SUPPLY
Quality Building Materials
Distributor Forge Textolite
Phone 866 0744
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JOHN DEERE LAWN 8L GARDEN
GEO. V. SFUPLE Sc SON
RD. 2 Van Buren Road
Easton Pa. 18042
ILAINFIIQI DAUTO SALVACIE
fc A ti arts
5' gf: .IiSea
5 -3444 S -I fr, k, C 759-3559
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JOE S FRUIT MARKET
uality Is Our Specialty
RD, 2 Bethlehem Pa. 18017
At The Heektown Dairy
Fruit Baskets Specialist
HECKTOWN DAIRY FARMS
Bethlehem PA 759-2883
Open: Weekdays 9:00 A.M.-8:00 P.M.
Saturday 9:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M.
Sunday 10:00 A.IVI.-6:00 P.M.
EAST LAWN MARKET
AND DAIRY BAR
CHERRY HILL STORE
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PH 1 za 93
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462 Bushkill Center Road
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CONDUCT I G CANDY SALE
NAZARETH MUSIC' CENTER
RALPH E BRODT JR Prop
Complete 1.1r1e of Musical Instruments
PR1VATE TEACHlNG RENTAL PLAN REPAIRING
162 S Main St Area Code 12152
Nazareth Pa 18064 759 3072
Orwig s Automatic Brush Wash
Orwig s Restaurant
Self Service Gas
24 Hour lee Cube And Blocks
BANK OF NAZARE'lF-l
with otltu s it Nazareth Newburg 0 25th St Shopping Center
Nwveunc sm smear snopvimc CENTER
759 6370 258 7201
'HE S '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Lester Jones and Family
llildenbrandt Mr. Ronald Jones and Steve
Dorothy Hiltlenbrandt Sue Jones '77
Francis llildenbrandt Mr. and Mrs. James Jordan
Gladys llildenbrandt Joy '79
Mrs. Minnie llildenbrandt Judy and Steve '76
Mr. and Mrs Ray llildenbrandt Dave '70 and April '71 .lurasits
Kevin J. Hill John and Barbara Jurinko and
Mrs. Miriam Boyer Himler 'ZX Family
William llimler '28 K
Jim '65 and Janet '66 Hinkcl
Robert llinton Andflill D Klldllf
George lliriak Chliflch Kllhlcf
Lisa lloadley '78 Fay Kllhlcf
Mnbcl Hhndlct Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Karch
Mnrk lhnnjlcyi Mr. and Mrs. Bruee Karch
Myrtle and Dick Hoadley Diwld A- Kttrvh '78
Mr and Mrs. Paul W. Hoadley and MVS- Ell71lbClh Klifflh
xtnhnit Mr. and Mrs. George Karch
ghnlcy and 'gen '50 Hondtcy Mr. and Mrs. James Karch and
str .ina Mrs. John Hoch Fllmily
Dr. nntj 'v1,-5, john J, Hggh Karmclkorn Shoppe - Palmer Park
Krista VN. Hoch '77 Mllll
Tamara D. lloeh '74 MT- limi MTS- John Kilt?
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holland and MF- and MTS- Edward JtK11fD0WiCh
Sons Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas Kavanagh
Mr. and Mrs. Robert llulva Dllmc and Doug Keck
Mrs. lzlilabeth Homakc MV- and MVN- DOUEKIS Kcfk
jack Htnnrncr Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Keen, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs, Barry llonsel Mr- and MVS- Frank Kcglfwllf
Chris itonsct -79 Kelly Kcwh EAHS '80
Cindy Hopwood 'XO Keith '75. Kathy '79, Kevin 'XO
I-'funk 5. Hurwulh Loretta and Earl Keller
Mr. and Mrs. George Howard M2100 :md l5l'Y1lC Keller '75
John Huber -X0 Mr. and Mrs. Jon Kelly and Jena
Mr. and Mrs, Barry is ittien Johr-'661md Judy '63 KCDPCI
Mr. and Mrs. Dale llughes Christine l-011150 Kern
M,-5, Mnbci flurnhuc Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Kern
Mr. and Mrs, Alvin D. Hunt Elhfln Kern '77
jnnnc Hunt -73 Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Kern and
l.ois Hunt '65 Family
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunt and Sheree KHFCYY Kern '80
Sue Hunt '79 Stephanie Ann Kern
Dan lluston '67 Mr. and Mrs. Nadis Kershner
Mrs. Hutchinson Sue Kichlinc '79
Chrig Hugh '30 Doretta Kilpatrick
Vgrnn lu Ilulh Miss Evelyn M. Kilpatrick
Mr. and Mrs. George Hutter Mr. and Mrs, James Kilpatrick and
I Kim and George
Rick lucrly .79 Ka-rl and Lorena Kipp
Victoria and Barbara ltterly 'Shi' KHP? .
' Skip Kipp 78
j Ann Kirlick
Robin Jackson '79 Mr, and Mrs. Granville Kline
Jamie 'XO and Randy '77 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kline Sr. and
Jamie and Rick Family
Jun '77 Anna Knauss
Jane '79 Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Knauss
Fran Jandrositz '77 Barbara and Wilson Kneeht
Pat Jandrosit7 '74 Havgn 12 Knggjht
Tess Jandrosit7 '73 Larry and .lane Knecht and Family
Mr. Frank Janny Michael Knccht '80
Karen Janny '78 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kncebone
Jeff '89 and Erin '9l Erie Knerr '83
Joan and Dominic '60 Sgrignn Knerr '80
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson Ann Marie Kncsz '75 and Chris
Dave Johnson '79 Migg Cathy 1- Kgch
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Koch
Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Johnson Sue Koch '79
Mr. annnd Mrs. Karl Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kochie
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson and Jennifer Kochie
Filmlly Kristina Kochie
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Jones Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Kohonovich
Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Jones Lt Thomas D. Kolessar, '70
CONNIE 84 1-11LDA'S BEAUTY SALON
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Laubaeh Mr, and Mrs. .lanies Lueot
Rich Laubaeh Cletus H. Lutz
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Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Male
Gary Male '77
Mr. and Mrs. James Male Jr. and
Jim and Ruthmary Male
Mandi Jessica Male '94
Harvey W. Mann
Frank Marakovits "76"
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marakovits
Diane Marakovits "78"
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marakovits
Joyce and Frank Marakovits "52"
Lee Ann Marakovits "74"
Connie Marchak '76
Fred Marchak '74
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marchak Sr.
Terry Ann Marchak '78
Tootsie and Louie Malitsch
Roger and Girlene Manini
Lisa Masters "80"
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Mr. and Mrs. James Marshall and
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Judy Martino '78
Rick, Denise, Michael and Jason
David F. Maurek
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Frank T. Maurek
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Ruth and Bill McClister
Hugh and Debbie McFarland
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George and Bev McGrath
Joseph McHale "79'
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Karen McSween '78
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Chris Meixsell "78"
Grace and Shorty Vleixsell
Kathy Meixsell "75"
Mike Meixscll "78"
Barb and Tim Messinger
Ernie and Lois Messinger
Mr. and Mrs. Roland F. Mcssinger
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Metvgar
Sherman "57" and Hoyce Metzger
Sterling R. Metlgar "73"
Mike Meyers '78
Floyd and Linda Michael
Mr, and Mrs. George S. Michael
Richard Michael '73
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Karen Milkovits '79
H. E. Miller .lr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Lester H. Miller
Mr. l.orin Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall M. Miller
Scott Miller "79"
Tom and Betty Miller
Keith D, Miltenberger
Mindy and Al "79 and 77"
Mr. and Mrs. James Mingle
Janet and Francis Minnich
Mary Mitchell li.lI.S. "76"
Connie Mitman '80
Barry and Sandee Mlodossieh
Frank and Shirley Mlodossieh
Mr. and Mrs. William Mohn
Delores H9605 Mickey Molnar
Mony and Blaine '78
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morber and
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Robert .l. Mugione
Musselman'sJewelers Palmer Park
Deb Nagel "79"
Eleanor and Eugene Nagle
Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Nagle
Mrs. Lorean Fehr Nagle '28
Ray Nemeth '76
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nemeth
Joanne Nesfeder "73"
Judy Nesfeder "78"
Woodrow Nesfeder "75"
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Nesfeder
Joann Nikles '78
Mr. and Mrs, Frank G. Nikles, Jr.
Tom Nikles '77
Chic Carty Nissley '38
Fred and Vicky Nolf
Nomad Travel-Whitehall Mall
The Nunamaker Family
Bill '65 and Judy '64 O'Bryon
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A, Ohl
Jean Gilbert Olesen
Mr. George Oswald
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Over
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pagano
Paige '79 and Steve '77
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Paisley
Pam '79 and Dave '80
Mr. and Mrs. George Parenti
Jean and Jane Parenti "72"
Jane Paskewicz '82
Mr, and Mrs. Jeffery Patoki and
Terry Patoki "SO"
Patty and Mitch
Paul '77 and Ann '78
Mr. and Mrs. John M, Paul
Earl Peck Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William PeHenger
Cathy Pensyl '76
Cindy '73 and Gordan '69 Pensyl
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Pensyl
Ron and Barb Pflugler
Ron and Donna Pickering
Michele Pierzga '79
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel L. Pinette
Sue Pizzuto '80
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Powell
Mr. and Mrs. James Powell
Mr. and Mrs, David Price
Carole and Ron Pritchard
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pysher
Mary Lou Physher '78
Betty Rader and Charles Rader
Gary Rader '77 and Jane Michael
JoAnna Rampulla "79"
Tom Rampulla "77"
Rance and Larry
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Recker
Bob "58" and Carolann "6O"
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Recker
Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Reddinger
Ellen Redline "78"
Gloria "45" and Bill "43" Redline
Mitch Redline "75"
Will Redline '74
Mr. and Mrs. l.lewellym C. Reeser
Terry Reese '74
Timothy Reese '75
Mr, and Mrs. Harold Reinmiller
Kimberly Reinmiller l944
Wendy Reinmiller l983
Annabelle "52" and Sherwood
Colleen Remaley '78
Early and Patricia Remaley
Terrie Remaley '76
Rick Remaly '76
Sherry D. Remaly '78
Lloyd R. Re
Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Remel
Meryl and B
etty Lou Repsher
Donald Ressler '59
Gloria Ressler '60
Cindy Rice '74
Elmer and Maryann Rice
Bernadine Ricevuto "6l"
Tom and Jul
Kim Rissmiller '78
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rissmiller
Mr. and Mrs.
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Emilie Ritter '75
Roger '77 an
Mr. and Mrs
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d Deb '79
, Donald R. Roseberry
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rosner
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Roth
Jamie Roth '79
Mr. and Mrs, Jim Roth
Jody Roth '80
Mel and Joan Roth
Ruth and Al Rothrock
Mr. and Mrs. William Rudle Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ruggiero
Mr, and Mrs. Barry Rumscy and
Mr, and Mrs. George Rundle
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rutt Sr.
Robin Rutt '78
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. Edward Sandt
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Mr. and Mrs. John J. Santo
Mike and Clara Santo
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H. .lohn Schlegel
Henry J. Schlegel
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Heidi Schramm '78
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Janet Schweitzer '76
Mel Scott '80
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Mrs. Helen Segel
Mr. and Nflrs. Arling Seip
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Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Seip
Marion R. Sell
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Mr. and Mrs. David Sestak
Mr. and Mrs. Williard Seller and
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Kris Shafer '77
Raymond J. Shafer
331-Russell and lrene Shafer-133l
Mr, and Mrs. Harry Shannon
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shappelle
Sheila '70 and Al Sheats
Richard B. Sheavly
Brian Shelly '77
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shelly
Melanie Shelly '80
Valerie Shelly '78
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Shivc
Judy Shook '60
Kevin Shook '77
Mrs. Leo Shook
Mr. and Mrs. Neil D. Shook
Mr. and Mrs. William Shook
Kim Shorley '75
Mr. and Mrs. Shuba and Family
Lydia Siegfried '80
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Siegfried and
M. J. Sieminski
ln Remembrance of Robert Silfies
Tracy Silfies '79
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Sisson
Mr. and Mrs. John Skinner
Rich Skripek '80
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Frank and Helen Slog
Edward M, Sloyer
Mr. and Mrs. Semm Slutter
Stephanie Slutter '79
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Mr, and Mrs. Charles Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smith
Mrs. Florence Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Smith. Sr.
Pauline and .lohn Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Smith
Rose Smith '70
Shelly Smith '79
Smuggler's Den-Palmer Park Mall
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Mr. and Mrs. l.ulher J. Snyder
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Fran Solt and Richard
Glenn Solt '79
LuAnn Solt '75
Tammy Spohn '80
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Stahl, Sr.
Donna Stampf '80
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Michelle Stark '78
Patrice Stark '81
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Janet Stem '58
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John Stier, Jr. '63
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Mr. and Mrs.
Donald P. Stout
Robert Stout and
Theodore G. Stout
Mrs. Maybelle Kahler Sullivan '28
Dorothy Walker Sunberg '28
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Kathy Sweeney '78
Margie Sweeney '80
Mary Snyder '81
Tim Snyder '8l
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tanzos
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Tanvosh
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tarnok
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Betty Tavianini '56
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Ethel V. Tenges
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David and Donna Thorman
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Thorman. Sr.
Timothy and Natalie
ln Memory of Robert Tindula
Mr, and Mrs, Tomino
Jeanie and Steve Trager
Chris Transue "79"
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Transue and
Tronis Flea Market
Catherine Uhler "4l"
Mr, and Mrs. .lohn Urban
Debbie VanHorn '79
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vargo
Robert and Jan Deiehman Velekei
Mrs. Caroline Vickery
Frank W, Vogel "37"
William F. Vogel "7l"
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Vought
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wagner
Mr. Robert K. Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Wagner.
Jamie Waha '79
John F. Waha, ll '75
Mr, and Mrs. John F. Waha
Ester M. Walter
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Walton
Joan M. Wambold
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wambold, Jr.
Wanda and Dave
Cher, Watson '78
Bruce and Donna Weaver
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weaver
Karen Weaver '78
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer R. Weaver
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weist
John S. Welk, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Werkheiser
Diane Werkheiser '74
Donna Werkheiser '78
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Werkheiser
Esther and Elton Werkheiser
Ike and Maryellen Werkheiser and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Y. Werkheiser
Alan Werner '76
Harold Werner '77
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Werner
Mr. and Mrs. John Werner and
Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Wexinger
Mae and Jim White, Shaklee
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitehead
Mrs. Marian Whitesell and Judy
Barb, Skip and Charlie Will
Kenny Williams '76
Sherrie Williams and Robert
Robyn Wilson '78
Vickie Wilson '81
Cathy Winiarski '80
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Winter
The Wite7ak Family
Mr. and Mrs, Gary Wolf
Mrs. Barbara Wuest
Cindy Wuest '78
Karen Wuest '76
Kim Wuest '80
Holly and Warren Wunderly
Sandra L. Wandcrly C.H.S. '63
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond J.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yandrisevits
Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Yeakel
Judy and Rod Yeakel
Margie Yeakel "79"
Judy Yons '79
Mr. and Mrs. Aloys Yost
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Youngkin
Loraine F. Yuskiewicv
Mrs. Marie Zegalia
Jackie Zeiner '80
Sharon Zeiner "80"
Mr. and Mrs, Quentin Zell
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zerfass
Abel Chris A 138
Ackerman Duane A 30, 45
Ackerman Guy 148
Ackley Jr Thomas T
Agnew Christine 138, 162,
Albanese Lisa J 30, 143, 192
Albani Thomas 100, 148
Albert Robert R 138, 166,
Albert Sherwood L 30, 96,
Albert Wayne 148
Altemose Brian S 30, 70, 81,
Altemose Mark 148
Amberger Randy 148
Amerman Linda 148
Amerman Scott C 31
Andretti Michael 148
Anglemeyer Jeffrey 148
Anglemeyer Vernon T 138
Ashenfalder Ted D 138
Atherholt Cheryl A 31
Audenried Ronald C 93, 138,
Auerbach Cynthia 92, 148
Auerbach Katherine L 138
Ayers Russell C 138
Azar Stephen J
Baltz Cindy L 31, 69, 106,
Baltz Denise L
Baltz Mark 138
Barker Brenda 148
Barker Craig A 31
Barnhardt Kelly 148
Bartholomew Susan C 31
Basile Jennifer A 31, 33, 76,
86, 87, 101
Basile Karl A 138, 180
Bassett Earl F 31
Bastian Gail E 31, 33
Bauder George J 138
Bender Thomas 148
Benfield Jon 148
Berry Deborah E 32, 76, 80,
81, 97, 106
Bickert Cynthia A 138
Bittner Jeffery D 32, 86, 87,
96, 101, 102
Bobeck Edward M
Bocich Jeffrey 148
Bortz Kevin E 32, 33, 86, 94,
Boyce Dan L 32
Boyer Brian D 32, 179
Brandt Lee A 32, 61
Bratsch Sandra 148
Brennan Robert G
Brindisi Robert L 32, 58, 171
Lori L 33
n Debra L
Denise A 138
Hale B 33
Jane E 102, 138, 180
Jean M 138
Joseph D 33, 167
Brown Mary 148, 193
Browning Shawn L 138, 167
Bruch Gail 148
Bucchi Michele 148
Buck Curtis R 138
Budzak Annette P 138
Bush Lisa 148
Buskirk Lori J 138
Buskirk Mark K 167
Buskirk Patricia 148
Buss Elton 149, 174
Buss Gail L 33, 81, 193
Butler John 101, 149
Butz Beth 149
Butz Glen A
Butz Karen L 138
Butz Kathryn A 138
Butz Marlyn H 139
Jacquelyn R 138
Sherri L 138
Beil Carla 148
Bender Keith A 32, 167
Bender Kevin M 138
Calabrese Denise M 34
Campanaro Betty A 34, 37
Cantrel David 149
Cascario Lawrence 149
Castellucci David J 34, 167
Castellucci Leonard M 34
Cauller Stephen J 35
Clewell Keith A
Clift Mary A
Corby Jeffery 149
Correll Katherine M 139
Correll Kathy L 92, 111, 139,
Correll Kevin 149
Correll Randy A 35
Costanzo Bernice 33, 35, 102
Coughlin Kevin M 35,37,171
Coyle Bonnie 149
Coyle Brian K 139, 166, 167
Croft Jeffrey S 139, 163
Crone Michelle 149
Cunningham Mary R 35,164,
Daley Dennis R 35
Daley Sandra 149
Daney Kathy L 35
Danner Robert M 139
Daugherty Lisa 35, 46, 101
Davidson James 149
Day Denise M 36, 177
Dech Deborah K 36
Dech Desiree M 139
Decker Keith R 36
Degarmo Patricia E 36
Delre Marie 92, 93, 149
Dentner Rick A 139
Deraymond Amy 149, 164,
Deraymond Peter G 139, 180
Dereamus Donna L 36, 37, 66,
89, 162, 163, 185
Detweiler Dean A
Deutsch Anita E 36, 94, 95
Deutsch David 149
Deutsch Deborah J 36
Deutsch Dennis J 139
Deutsch William S 36
Dewalt Delinda 377, 92, 101
Diehl Lisa J 37, 57, 96, 170
Dieter Cynthia 149
Dietz Donna M 37
Digerlando Carl A 37, 54
Digerlando Cheryl L 139
Dimperio Pat A 139
Dlugos Carol M 38, 80, 81,
Dlugos Susan 149, 180
Doncses Tammy A 139
Dotter David 149
Dotter Robin L 38
Doyle Colleen G 38, 46, 192
Drosnock Philip J
Duignam Mark A 37, 38, 49,
54, 69, 82, 89, 172
Duignam MatthewJ 139, 163,
Einfalt Bruce 39
Einfalt Tara 149
Elliott John 139
Era Kim D 92, 139, 163
Erdie Cheryl L 39
Erdie Diane 149
Jeffrey 149, 168
Erdie Patti L 39, 81, 85
Erdie Richard M 139
Ernst Eileen J 139
Ervin Scott 149
Ervin Tammy A 39, 53
Eschenbach Robert W 139,
163, 173, 174
Evanko Craig S 39, 167
Eyer Jeffrey 149
Fairman Keith D 139, 179
Farnack Jeffrey 149
Fassl Thomas M 139, 167
Fehnel Raeann 139
Fehnel Renee 149
Fehr Craig C
Fenner Gwendolyn 150
Fenon Corinne R 139
Fenstermaker Lori A 39
Ferraro Connie 150
Ferretti Michael 150, 180
Finkbeiner Jacquelyn 39, 177
Finnegan Lawrence 174
Fischl Deborah J 139
Fisher David L 40
Flank Cynthia 150
Flank Lenny L 140
Flegler Thomas J 40
Flick Roxanne M 40
Flurer Paige A 140
Flyte Arthur 40
Flyte Randy 150
Fogel Jeffrey A 40
Fogel Raymond 150
Fogel Valerie J 40
Frank Cindy L 40
Fratipietro Donna A 40, 89
Fray Peter 140, 174
Freer Greg A
Frey Herman 150
Frey Linda 150
Frey Pamela 150, 164
Frey Terry S 140
Friend Helene 150
Fritchman Barry R 140
Fritz Susan A 41, 106
Fry Annette M
Fry Christopher B 41
Fulmer Ronald E 140
Galites Mary Ann 140
Gallo Joann 150
Gardner Randy L 140
Gardner Robin 150
Garr Christine A 41, 61, 62
Garr Sandra A 42
Garren Cathy A 42
Garren Lori 150
Garrity Bernard 150
Gavin Deborah J 42
Gavin Margaret 150
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Geffert Brenda A 140
Genery Michelle L 150
Genery Robert A 150
George Thomas W
Geosits Kathleen M 42, 87, 94,
Germain John J
Getz Doreen 150
Getz Jeffery 140
Getz Joyce A 92, 93, 147
Getz Justine 42, 96
Getz Sharon E 34, 43
Getz Steven J 140, 179
Giuffre Annette 150
Glickman Joseph 150
Godiska Edward J 140, 173
Godiska George J 140
Godiska Ronald 43, 96
Gondek Stephen V
Gondek Terrance M 43
Gordon Donna K 164
Gordon Jill 156
Gradwohl Brenda L 43, 54,
i Scott 43
ry Mary K
er Thomas J 140
Ray J 43, 50, 163
Dorothy L 140
Kerry R 140
Larry L 43
Steven P 140
r Christopher J 44
Martha L 140, 162, 163
Gum Thomas A 140
Gutekunst Stana L 44, 45, 66,
80, 89, 162, 163
Guth Lois 150
Gutshall Melanie A 44, 54
Haberle Adolph 140, 179
Haberle Michael A 44, 166,
Haberle Stephen 150
Haffling Karen A 44, 66, 69
83, 84, 87, 92
Hahn Anita 140, 192
Hahn Karen J
Hahn Kerry F 44
Hahn Lisa 151
Hahn Lori A 44
Hahn Priscilla A 140
Hahn William K 141
Halbfoerster Timothy A 141,
Hank Richard 141
Hann Stephen M 141
Hanner Lori A 44, 45, 164
Hardy Mark 151
Harper Carl L
Harper Karen 151
Harper Robin F 162, 163,164,
Hartman Dolores 151
Hartzell Beth A 141
Hartzell Jack R 45
Heckman John C
Heckman Sherri L 45, 66, 83,
Heckman Terry L
Heffelfinger Dody 151
Henderson Julie A 141
Herbst Beth 151
Herbst Jack R 45, 46, 167
Herczeg Jill 151
Hertzog Donna 45, 99
Hess Brian L 46, 50
Hess Judi L 46
Hess Kathleen M 46
Hess Kevin L 46
Heyer Ross 151
Hickernell Cathy L 47, 61, 70,
164, 165, 177,
Hickswa Cheryl A
Hildenbrandt Francis F 47
Hill Debra A 141
Hill Helena 151
Hill Kim A 45, 47
Hinton Donna K 141
Hoadley Lisa A 46, 47, 57, 85
Hoadley Melody 47
Hofer Frank J 30, 47
Holodnak Michael A 47, 163
Honsel Christopher 141, 163
Honsel Lisa A 47, 80, 94, 100,
Hooper Kelley A 87, 141
Hoople Robert 151
Hopple Robin D 141
Hopwood Andrew 151
Hopwood Michael E 48, 101
Houck Timothy 151
Huber John 151
Hummel Eric J 48, 49
Hummel Steven 151, 168
Hunt Jamie L 48
Hunt Jeffrey R 141,167,173
Hunt Suzanne L 139, 141
Huth Carol 141
Huth Christine 151
Huth Luann 151
lfkovits David 151
lhle Leonard 151, 180
lnhoff Brenda A 141
Itterly Audrey M 45, 48, 69,
ltterly Ricky L 141
Jackson Robin A 141
Jacoby Donald 48
James Brian C 141
Jandrositz Frank A 48, 167
Janny Karen M 48, 57, 95,176
Janoski Helen R
Jennings Joseph D 141
Jewett Michael D 141
Johnson David A 141
Johnson Joseph 151, 163
Jumper Joseph R
Jumper Thomas L 141
Kachline Michael B 33, 48
Kahler Jed J 49
Kapanka Laura J
Karch David A 49, 87
Kardelis Joseph C 49, 65, 89
Kaufinger Sabrina L
Keenhold Danny A 149
Keenhold Tammy M 150
Keglovitz Marie 151
Kehs Kenneth K 141
Keller Karen J 141, 164
Kemmerer Cindy E 50
Kennedy Rose M 142
Keppel Joseph 151
Kern Karen 151
Kern Tammy K 111, 142
Kichline Susan B 142
Kicska Donna M
Kilpatrick Doretta 151, 193
King David A 142
Kipp Karl F 50
Kirlick Anna M
Kish Richard M
Kissel Daniel A
Kleintop Lawrence 142
Klemka Jr James M 142
Kline Steven J
Keith R 142
Kent G 142
Dean J 142
Brian 80, 142
Bruce 142, 171
Knerr Sariann 152
Knudsen Cathryn L 50
Koch Susan 142
Kocher Bradley J 51
Kocher Connie 152
Kocher Richard E 51
Kocher Sharon A 142
Koehler David P 142, 163
Kostick Michael E 34, 46, 50,
51, 69, 82,162,163
Krasenics Danny 152
Kratz Ronald 152, 167, 168
Kratzer Dawn D 142
Kraycik Daniel 1
Kresge Gwendolyn J 142
Kresge Michael J 51
Kresge Steven 152
Krock Donald F 51, 76, 167
Krock Kimberly 152
Kromer Jennie 152
Krupa Donna M 142, 177
Kulp Susan J 142
Kulp Timothy 152
Kurlica, Ann 142
Labar Terry A 51
Labarba Kim M 30, 51
Lahr Larue A 51, 53,81
Lahr Tammy C 52
Lahr Timothy 152, 167, 168
Lahr Todd H 52, 179
Lajeunesse Gary 116, 152
Lakatos Helen 109, 152
Lambert Patrice 152
Lance Michele 152, 176, 177
Landry Michael 52
Landry Tina 142
Lantzer Jeanne 152
Laponuke Stella 49, 52
Laubach David A 52
Laubach Kathy B 52, 53
Laudenbach Lynn L 142
LehGregoryC 52, 1677,179
Leh William J 52
Lesher Donna 152, 164
Letson Mary E 53, 99, 109
Levey Jacqueline A 152
Lichtenwalner Todd H 53
Lichtenwalner Tracey K 142
Lilly David 152
Liming John F 139, 142, 163
Livingston Thoms C 142
Lockwitch Gregory T 143
Lockwitch Steven 152
Loetzbeier Susan E 53
Longenbach Edette A 52, 82,
Longenbach Pamela M 54
Macdonald Thomas 152
Macy Mike 152
Male Lynn M 54
Male Michael T 30, 54
Male Stacy 152
Manini Roger E143,163, 179
Mann Jack L
Marakovits Diane M 53, 54,
61, 69, 82, 85, 92, 170
Marakovits John 55
Marakovits Steven 153, 167,
Marchak Terry A 55, 82, 164
Marchak Thomas 153, 168
Markovitz Alan G 143
Marositz Joseph S
Marquardt Ruthanne 143
Marsh Jack F
Marsh JudyLee A 143
Marth Deborah A 42, 55
Martino Judy J 50, 55, 94, 95
Masters Lisa 92, 193
Masters Timothy D 143
Maurek FrankT 55,171,173
Mayes Debra J 143
McAllister Dean S 143
McClure Mitchell K 143
McCormick Terry F 143
McEwen Lisa 153
McFall Patricia 143
McGrath Brenda K 55
McGrath Charlene A 55, 66,
McGrath William 153
McHale Joseph N 108, 143
McKenzie Tonya S 110, 153
McPoyle Colleen 153
McPoyle Luann 55, 161
McSween Karen 56
McSween Leanne 100, 153
Mease Debra Marie 56
Meixell David E 143
Meixsell Christine L 38, 56, 83
Meixsell Joy A 143
Mendola Clay T 56
Mengel Maureen K 143
Merritt Anne 153
Merritt Richard A 56
Mertz Edward A 143
Messinger Sherry 153, 193
Metz Guy 153
Meyers Michael A 56
Meyers Michelle 143, 193
Meyers Robert 153
Michael Jane 1 56, 61
Miklas Connie A 143
Miklas Stanley A 143
Miksch Bradley 153
Milkovits Karen A 146
Miller Jeffrey A 56
Miller Kevin M 57, 70, 86, 87,
94, 100, 102
Miller Mark A 143
Miller Scott 143, 173
Miller Susan 153
Miller Tami 153
Millheim Anita L 143, 192
Miltenberger Keith 153
Mitch Linda 143
Mitch Robert 153
Mitman Connie 153
Mitman Gregg A
Moeller Mike 153, 174
Mohn Cheryl L 57
Mondschein Dee A 57
Mondschein John R
Mondschein Lisa 153
Morrison Dale E 144
Morrison Shelley 153
Murante Vincent J
Murphy Shelly A 37, 57, 66
Musser Anne L 58, 73, 94, 180
Nagel Deborah A 144
Nagel Gail 153
Nagle Ambie L 144
Nagle Ann N 58
Nardella Perry L 58, 81, 85,
96, 171, 173
Nealon Blaise C 58, 167
Nealon Jamie 153, 162, 163
Nellett Danny L
Nemeth Denise M 59, 96
Nemeth Jerome K 30, 59
Nesfeder Judith A 59
Newhard Tammy 153
Nieradka Jacqueline 144
Nikles Joann 59
Nixon John 153
Noble William A
Nolf Terry 154
Noversel Richard 154
Noversel Steve 144
Olenwine Scott D 59, 62, 81,
Olson Jeffrey 154
Oplinger Carol M
Oplinger Roy 154
Otoole Michele L 92, 93, 144
Paisley Dana L 59
Paisley Linda R 144
Panovec Kenneth P 59
Papciak John A 59
Parry Beth 154
Parson Brandon T 144, 167
Patoki Terri 154, 170
Pensyl Edwin H
Perez Luis C
Perna Kris D 57, 60, 82
Pettis Jody 154, 180
Pettis Todd M 144
Phillips Blaine L 60, 76, 80,
83,106, 162, 163,172, 173
Pierzga Michele A 144, 164
Pitsko Frank W
Pizzuto Suzanne 154
Plebani John K
Polanski Gregory A 102, 144
Powell Todd 154
Pristash Christopher J 144
Pristash Tanya 154
Pritchard Brenda M 41 , 60, 83
Pritchard Carol 144
Pritchard PattiJeanne 144, 193
Pysher Mary Lou 49, 60
Raddish Sandra J
Radel Lori D
Rader David 154, 179
Rader Lynn 154, 180
Rader Ronald J 41, 60
Raidline Wendy M 34, 60,61
Rampulla Joanna J 144, 164,
Ranck Cynthia 144
Raymond David J 144
Redline Ellen J 60
Reese Wendy 154
Reichart Joseph M 41 , 60, 62,
Reichel Kevin 42, 61, 82
Reid Denise A
Reid Theresa 154, 170
Remaley Colleen M 61, 65,
Remaly Janine B 61
Remaly Roger 61
Remaly Sherry D 62
Repash Richard Jr 154
Reph Kevin 154
Reph Timothy 144
Repsher Todd D 144
Ressler Randy 154
Reuss John G 62
Ricci Anthony J 144
Rice Kenneth 154
Rice Luann 154
Rice Stephanie 92, 154
Rios Michelle 154
Rissmiller Brian S 62
Rissmiller Connie 109, 154
Rissmiller Kim J 62, 66
Rissmiller Lewis C 46, 63, 65,
Rodger Tina L 142
Rodgers Andrew C 41, 63
Rodgers Kim J 63
Rogora Lori 99, 144
Rohn Brian S 144
Rohn David W 41, 63
Rohn Kenneth 154
Rohn Kimberly A 144
Rohn Thomas R 63, 179
Romano James R
Romero Julio 76
Romig Gary 154
Roseberry Jay H 63, 82, 83
Roth Douglas 155, 168
Roth James 155, 172, 173
Roth Jamie S 145, 176
Roth Jody 155, 176, 177
Roth Pamela A 145
Rothrock Linda L 63, 83
Rozum James 155, 163
Rozum Patricia 155
Rumsey Cindy S 63, 70, 83,
Rundle Gary 155
Rundle Kevin 155
Rupert Carolyn J 145
Rupert Cheryl L 64
Rutt Roberta M 34, 64
Sakasitz Christine 155
Salmon Michael D
Sandbrook Steven D 50, 64
Sands Connie J 64
Sands Gary 154
Santee Becky C 145, 180
Santo Todd 147, 174
Sauerzopf Robert C 41, 42,
64, 88, 167
Schleichcr Robert M 145, 163
Schneebeli Carol 155
Schneebeli Richard R 62, 64
89, 166, 167, 179
Schoenbeger Dwayne A 145
Schoeneberger Howard F 145,
Schoenberger Linda 1 1 l
Schoenberger Lucas F 64
Scholl Scott K 64
Schramm Heidi LM 57, ,65,
Schuch Janet A 145
Scott Melanie 155
Searock Kevin 155
Seaton Darla 65
Seaton Keith R 102, 145
Seip Melinda S 145
Seip Todd 155, 167, 168
Sell Robert 155, 167, 168
Serfass Joseph 65, 97, 167
Sessa David J
Setzer Gary 155
Setzer Melody A 145
Sevi David 155, 167, 168,
Seyfried Cora 90
Seyfried David 155, 174
Shafer Kimberly L 145, 180
Shafer Lori 155
Shafer Ranee J 65
Shankweiler Fred P 67
Shelly Melanie 155
Shelly Valerie D 67, 89, 106
Shiffert James 149, 155, 173
Shoemaker Kevin R 67
Shollenberger Kim D
Shook Ann M 38, 67, 164
Shuman Laura 145, 192
Siegfreid Richard N 145
Siegfried Lydia 180
Siegfried Timothy J 67, 85
Sigafoos Dennis B 145
Sigafoos Jean L
Silfies Brenda L 67
Silfies Kathy L 145
Silfies Ronald C 67
Silfies Tracy J 145
Simpson Laurie R 145
Sisson Teresa 67, 176, 170
Skripek Richard 100, 102,
Skutches Paul M 38, 66, 179
Slog Mary 155
Slusser Patricia J 155
Slutter Stephanie A 145
Smith Alan 156, 174
Smith Arthur A 66
Smith Glenn 145
Smith Glenn 156
Smith Jan D 58, 66, 83, 167
Smith Jeffrey A
Smith Kenneth H 58, 66, 87
Smith Sandy 156, 193
Smith Shelly L 145
Smith Tami 156
Smith William R 68
Snyder Brian J 145
Snyder Curtis W 68
Snyder Fawn L 68
Snyder Kim 156
Snyder Sandra S 68
Snyer Wayne H 145
Soffera Laurieann 156
Sofka John M 145, 180
Sokasits Anita 92, 101, 116,
Sokasits Jonathan F 68, 69,
87, 93, 113
Solt Glenn C 146
Solt Kyle D 146
Spencer Sidney T 146
Spohn Tammy 156
Stahl Cynthia M 68, 73
Stahl Tina 100, 156
Stampf Donna 100, 156, 170
Stark Michele A 38, 54, 68,
Starner George 156
Starner Frank 167, 168, 174
Stauffer Wanda M 146
Steiner Mark 146
Steiner Ronald L 57, 68, 86,
87, 94, 95, 100, 102
Steltzman Joseph A
Henry W 69
Dawn K 69
Stier Richard 156, 168, 180
Stine Lisa 146
Frederick Jr 146
Sherri 156, 193
Stofanak Linda M 69
Stout Annette M 69
Stout Brian 156, 180
Strohl Carol A 146
Strohl David 156
Strouse Robert 146
Strye Carl 156
Supers Lori A 70
Supers Randy 156
Sutter Allen 146
Sutter Tina M 70
Sweeney Kathryn D 38, 69,70
Sweeney Marjorie 156
Szutar Christopher S 146
Szutar Patrick S 70, 83, 167
Taff Curtis R
Taff Norman S
Talpas Joni A 71
Tanzos Monica 42, 71, 73, 80,
83, 106, 164, 165, 176
Tarnok Vicky A 146
Tarnow Christine 156
Tauschman Cathy J 50, 71,
Tavianini David 71, 73, 85,
Temos Donna L 71
Thomas Danny 146
Thomas Suzanne 146
Thorman Rita L 71, 106
Tiley Richard M 156
Timar Nancy 156
Timberman Thomas 156
Tindula Michele 71
Tocheny Robert E 146
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Todora Chris J 146
Tomino Diane L 146
Transue Beverly 157
Transue Christine A 146
Transue Dale E 71
Transue Robert L 72
Transue Sally A 72
Trbuza Annmarie 146
Taff Randy 146, 180
Taff Steven 146, 180
Thomas Michael 156
Trbuza Lynn 157
Tremble Annette 157
Tremble Bernadette 146
Tremble Carmel 70, 72, 87,88
Treon Michael E 146
Treon Steven 157, 179, 180
Tress Craig J 72, 163
Tripp Douglas A 146
Tripp Jeffrey S 65, 72, 179
Uding Ellen P 100, 157
Ulher Jane E 101, 116, 146,
Urmy Donna M 146
Vanhorn Debra J 146
Vargo Renee A 92, 147
Ventin Michael W
Viglione Robin A 72
Viglione Tammy 157
Wagner Brian 157
Wagner Debra 157
Wagner Richard J 147
Wagner Robert K 72
Waha Jamy L 100, 147, 192
Walakovits Richard J 147
Wallace Todd R 72
Walters Kristine 73
Wambold Deirdre K 147
Wambold Jeanette L 73
Wambold Joan M 34, 73
Warner Donna L 38, 73
Warner Eileen M 74
Warner Scott G 147
Weaver Karen M 42, 74, 80,
Weber Joseph 157, 174
Weisel Scott L 147
Weiss Lynthia 157, 164
Weiss Glenn S 147
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Welty Jeffrey A 46, 74
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Werkheiser Donna K 74
Werner, Geradine 75
Werkheiser Franklin V
Werkheiser Jay 102, 157
Werkheiser Kim L
Werkheiser Phillip C 75
Werkheiser WendyS 147, 193
Werner Jody 147, 179
Werner Marlyn 157
Werner Robert P
Werner Trudy 157
Wesser Pamela 157
Whitesell Judith 147
Wilhelm Robert G 75
Williams Charles 157
Williams Donna L 75, 164,
Williams Karen S 89, 92, 139,
147, 162, 163
Williams Lynn 157
Williamson Debra 157
Williamson Kelly L 147
Wilson Robyn D 75, 89
Winiarski Catherine 157, 193
Wismer Kenneth 157
Wolf Christopher M 147
Wolfe L Timothy 75, 163
Woodward Lori 157, 193
Wuest Cynthia L 75, 90, 94,
Wuest Kim 100, 149, 157
Wunderly Jody E 147
Yandrisevits Edmond S 76,
Yavorski Joseph 157
Yavorski Robert 93, 147, 163
Yeakel Margaret 100, 101,
Yeakel Susan J 61, 76, 85, 86,
Yeska Debra A 76
Yons Judy L 147
Yost Joseph 157
Young Linda M 147
Zeiner Jacalyn 157, 193
Zeitner Vicki 157
Zellner Sharon A 147
Wenger James 75
Werner Sandra 147
Zimmerman Michele 99, 100,
Zipprodt Bradley 157
Zoph Philip L 147
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