North Allegheny High School - Safari Yearbook (Wexford, PA)
- Class of 1965
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T YPING STAFF
Still and silent, the school waits. Untrou-
bled by pounding feel or slamming doors,
echoing voices or youthful laughter, it
waits. There is no life in it yetg it is just a
building, composed of inanimate brick
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soundless roomsg there are no fingers
restlessly rustling the pages of a book, no
bodies shifting in creaking chairsg only
silence and emptiness.
A door slams,' books thud onto a deskg a chair squeaks. The students
are returning to the school. There are only a few of them yet, anal
they sit alone, each busy with his own studies or wrapped in his own
thoughts. Silence still rules, though no longer absolutely.
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the classrooms silently, passively, absorb-
ing the knowledge that the teacher is try-
ing so earnestly to communicate to them.
Then a hand goes up. A student whose
curiosity has been aroused asks a ques-
tion. Others in the class lift their heads,
their attention captured. Another ques-
tion. Soon ideas are flowing freely.
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In the classroom the student learns facts,
but not only facts, he learns, too, to dis-
cuss and debate, to seek out the whys
and wherefores of things, to translate ab-
stract ideas into concrete form. This self-
expression, and not rote learning, is the
goal and the essence of education.
A student may know thousands of facts, have wonder-
ful ideas, and form masterful plans, but all these avail
him nothing unless he can apply the facts, express the
ideas, and carry out the plans. The school tries to teach
him the latter as well as the former.
In shop and home economics classes, the students
practice skills in cooking, sewing, woodworking, and
mechanical drawing. Even in this age of automation,
these activities are not obsolete. They give the student
a measure of self-reliance and teach him the satisfac-
tion of working with his hands.
In the development of a stua'ent's mind,
expression through the media of the arts,
painting and drawing, design and sculpt-
ing, choral singing and instrumental in-
terpretation is invaluable. T 0 individually
create a thing of beauty is an experience
that nourishes the soul.
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ROW ONE: George Ebert, Tom Presley. ROW TWO: Sharon Sargent, Mrs. Wehrle, Linda
Schleiden, John Leavesley. ROW THREE: Scott Leggett, Tom Taylor, Bill Johnston, Bob
Kyle, Janet Seapker, Paul Belo, Dave Walsh, Jerry Grim, Bill Olson.
As the Panama Canal deepened down in the cellar,
Abby and Martha continued their philanthropic occu-
pation of assisting poor, lonely, old men to peace and
happiness in the hereafter. "Just have a glass of our
delicious elderberry wine." What a simple solution to
the world's problems! This "simple solution" provided
audiences with merry chuckles as the senior class pre-
sented their play "Arsenic and Old Lace." The original
inconspicuousness of Abby and Martha's crimes was
soon threatened by an unwelcome relative with an un-
wanted body, inconveniently dead.
Under the capable supervision and direction of Mrs.
Wehrle, with the help of the of-stage capers of the
props, costumef and make-up committees and stage
crew, and with the support of the students, the mem-
bers of the cast presented a successful play.
"You mean you're going to bury Mr. Hotchkiss
in the cellar?"
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"Fifteen minutes of Yoga exercises
everyday will keep you physically Ht."
With this statement began a fascinating
presentation of the possibilities of Yoga.
The students, intrigued and challenged
by this novel form of exercise, sat spell-
bound throughout the assembly.
Dimmea' lights, music, people, perhaps
one special person and the gym is not a
gym at all, but a magic ballroom where
time is pushed aside to make room for
the thrills of an evening. Such inviting
atmosphere is a welcome temptation to
working students and one not often un-
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Work, work, and more work. T hat's what
is necessary for a successful dance. The
students on the decoration committee
manage to have fun even while getting
the job done.
The excitement of autumn centers around Homecoming. The dance
is the big social event of the season. "Rhapsody in Gold" was this
year's theme. Golden were the decorations, and golden was the music
as played by the combo from Pitt. Students and alumni who attended
were caught up in the mood of enchantment.
Cheerleaders and spectators yell and scream till
they are hoarseg the band and majorettes strive to
present the best half-time show of the seasonp the
team fights with all its might. This is Home-
coming. The highlight is the float, a gigantic foot-
ball with a face, built by the senior pep clubs
while warding oy? the unseasonable cold with a
small fire and quantities of hot cider.
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The grueling eHorts and adept skills of
five of our fierce Tiger wrestlers earned
them the opportunity to compete in the
W.P.I.A.L. section semi-finals. Captain,
Steve Demase, Carey Yendell, Lee
Stevenson, Todd Stevenson, and Mike
Heintzman wrestled with determination
at the matches held at Mount Lebanon
High School. Steve Demase and Carey
Yendell emerged victorious, and they
then moved on to the jinals. At these
matches, the skillful defeat of his oppo-
nent won Carey Yendell the eighty-eight
pound class section championship.
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Your hearts know in silence the secrets of the days and nights.
But your ears thirst for the sound of your heart's knowledge.
You would know in words that which you have always known in thought.
You would touch with your fingers the naked body of your dreams.
And it is well you should.
But let there be no scales to weigh your unknown treasure,'
And seek not the depths of your knowledge with staff or sounding line.
For self is a sea boundless and measureless.
Say not, "I have found the truthf' but rather, "I have found a truth."
Say not, "I have found the path of the soul."
Say rather, "I have met the soul walking upon my path."
For the soul walks upon all paths.
The soul walks not upon a line, neither does it grow like a reed.
The soul unfolds itself, like a lotus of countless petals.
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The quality of the teachers he gets has an immeasura-
ble influence upon a student's life. Those students of
North Allegheny who get Mr. Wallace F. Morrell, a
teacher of trigonometry and math V, are very fortu-
nateg he cares for the student and goes out of his way
to help him.
Some students may think that mathematics is dull, but
if they do, they have never been in Mr. Morrell's class.
He himself thoroughly enjoys the subject and he com-
municates some of his enthusiasm to his students. He
is not afraid to do something a little unusual. For ex-
ample, when he gives the math V classes a take-home
test, he tells them that he doesn't mind if they work in
a group to find the right answers, provided they don't
just copy someone else's work, for he realizes that this
is a good way for students to learn. In the classroom
itself, his technique is also a little unusual. When a
student comes up with an impossible answer, he
doesn't say, "You,re wrong", but, "There ain't no such
animal? When he has a problem for which there are
many solutions, he does not say 'There are many ways
to do this problemf, but rather, "Do this problem any
happy ol' way you want toil He holds the students'
interest by bringing out the practical uses of mathemat-
ics. His MHow To Make a Buck With It" lectures have
opened the eyes of many students.
Mr. Morrell's main concern is that the students un-
derstand what they are doing. To this end, if someone
does not understand a certain thing, he will either go
over it right in class if he feels it will benefit the whole
class, or give the student individual help during activity
period or after school.
North Allegheny is fortunate to have such a teacher
as Mr. Morrell who stretches the minds of the students
and promotes their intellectual growth.
SEATED: Mrs. Karl Zimmerman, Miss Anna Schaffer, Mr. John B. Nicklas
Jr., Mr. Ivan Hosack, Mr. George R. Wist, Mr. Fred W. Mashey, Mrs. John
Sramek. Mrs. Dorothea Wassmann. STANDING: Dr. Thomas Carson, Mr.
Robert T. Burrows, Mr. Claire P. Soergel, Mr. Ernest L. Decker, Mr. John C.
Nock, Mr. George J. Wilson, Mr. Fred Gropp, Mr. G. L. Huggins, Mr. John
L. Kehoe, Mr. Roy A. Morris, Mr. George Varnum, Mr. Dick S. Ashcom Jr..
Mr. Clifford W. Behrhorst, Mr. Graydon E. Adams.
Miss Anna M. Schaffer
Assistant Supervising Principal
Dr. Thomas E. Carson
I N MEMORIAM
DR. THCMAS E. CARSON
North Allegheny School District
DIED MARCH 25, 1965
H t the North Allegheny School Community extend
from 1948 to 1965
Dr. William Hahn
C urricullmz A dvisor
Robert E. Grine
Mrs. Eloise Blanchard, Mrs. Priscilla Finnicum, Miss Kathryn
Thoma, Mrs. Meldrew Bolye, Mrs. Helen Garvin, Mrs. Mil-
dred Ready, Secrefaries.
Mrs. Rosemary Padden, Dietician
George Varnum, Business Manager
, Building Supervisor
Lyle D. Fox, Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Doris B. Dowling, Nurse
Mrs. Evelyn Heberling, Guidance Counselor
James Wall, Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Zenn, Librarfang Mrs. Sweeney, Assistant Librarian
.f Us - . , I '5
Mrs. Evelyn T. Wehrleg DePauw
University, University of Pitts-
burghg B.A., M.Ed.
Mrs. Betty Sullivang Ursuline
Mrs. Madeleine Z. Sarverg
University of Pittsburghg B.S..
Mrs. Stella M. Smithg Chatham
burghg B.A., M.Ed.
Mrs. Mary B. Letzkusg Califor-
nia State College.
College, University of Pitts-
Mrs Vera E. Glanzg University
of Plttsburghg B.S.
Mrs. Dorothea Freyer
Mercy Collegeg B.S.
Mxss R e b e c c a L. Rybergg
Clarxon State Collegeg B.S.
Miss Carol Berberichg Clarion State Collegeg B.S.
Clarence S. Manorg Westminster College, Uni-
Robert H. Watfordg University of Pittsburgh,
Bucknell Universityg A.B., M.A.
versity of Pittsburghg A.B., M.Litt. gig- 1,515 '
Mrs. Mary G. Manorg University of Pitts-
Edwin Deluneg Pennsylvania State Universityg B.S
Mrs. Wilma M. Andersong
Indiana State Teachers
John W. M. Cookeg Edinboro State Collegeg B.S.
Duane L. Conwayg Slippery
Rock State College, Westmins-
ter Collegeg B.S., M.S.
Donald R. Vandergriftg Uni
versity of Pittsburghg B.A.
Frank B. Caylorg Grove City
Joseph Pradyg Waynesburg College, Duquesne
Universityg B.A., M.Ed.
Russell E. Cernyg Edinboro Collegeg B.S.
James N. McCrackeng B.S.
Dennis M. Pahelg Indiana State Collegeg B.S.
Charles L. Bowmang California
State College BS' Thomas H e a s 1 e y g Edinboro Miss Anne B. Jedlickag Univer-
State Collegeg B.S. sity of Pittsburghg B.S., M.S.
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Thomas Sramekg Penn Stateg B.S.
Mrs. Mary Ann Franchakg Mt. Union Collegeg B.S.
Joe Wissingerg Penn Stateg M.Ed.
Mrs. Dorothy Winnerg Westminster Collegeg
Dennis D. Tigerg Indiana State
College, University of Pitts-
burgh, B.S., M.Ed.
Jack Linderg Slippery Rock Collegeg B.S.
James Duncang Geneva College, University of
Pittsburghg B.S., M.Ed.
Donald E. Rohrbaughg Shippensburg State
Edward B. Chipleyg Muskingum College, Uni-
versity of Pittsburghg B.A., M.Ed.
Mrs. Christine H. Bostong Penn Stateg B.S.,
Miss Linda Ripperg Grove City Collegeg B.S.
Wallace F. Morrellg Clarkson College of
Technology, University of Pittsburghg B.S.,
Mad CC-T' f1ne arts
Miss Virginia A. Campbellg The Eastman School of
Music of University of Rochesterg B.M.
Robert F Testag Carnegie Tech, Duquesne Universityg Donald I Ehrhchman Indiana State
BFA M.S. T h BS
E. Theodore Betush Jr.g Grove
Miss Eleanor E. Klineg Grove City Collegeg
Mrs. Kathryn A. Gaussg Thiel Collegeg B.A.
Miss Alice Beardsleyg West
Virginia University, University
City CollegegB.A. of Pittsburgh, Universidad In-
teramericanag A.B., M.Ed.
Robert R. Dobroskig Duquesne
University, University of the
State of New Yorkg B.A.,
Mrs. Donalda Costellog Seton Hill College
University of Pittsburghg A.B., M.Ed.
Michael R. Franchakg
California State College,
James A. Lintong California State College,
University of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.Ed.
Albert A. Gaisbauerg California State College,
University of Pittsburgh, University of West
Virginia, B.S., M.Ed.
Mrs. Dorothy S. Drazenovichg Penn State University,
University of Pittsburghg B.S., M.Ed.
Mrs. Caroline Stewartg Western Reserve University, B.S
physical education and health
Joseph J. Drazenovichg Penn State,
University of Pittsburghg B.S., M.Ed.
Miss Cynthia A. Waltersg Lock
Haven State College, University of
Pittsburghg B.S., M.Ed.
Charles Kovachg Mount Union
L. J. DeAugustinog Lock Haven College
Mrs. Vera K. Brandtg University of Pittsburghg B.S.
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This year the fighting Tigers unfortunately have had a
losing season, but not entirely an unsuccessful one.
The experience gained by the underclassmen will un-
doubtedly prove invaluable in future years as will the
sense of teamwork developed during the course of the
Supporters of the team point out that technically,
this yearis team was the best we have ever had. Unfor-
tunately, our opponents also were in good form. The
Tigers fought hard, but luck was against them. A good
example of this is the Bethel game which saw the Ti-
gers go down to defeat even though they played an
excellent ball game.
When quizzed on this year's team performance,
Coach Drazenovich made the remark, HWe'll be differ-
ent next year, buster!", to which we say "Yea team!"
13 Quaker Valley 13
1 3 Gateway 0
6 South West Butler 0
20 Shaler 0
O Richland 39
20 Beaver 6
28 Bethel 6
0 Thomas Jefferson 28
Mr. Linder, Mr. Loughren, Mr. Walters, Mr. Drazenovich
Jerry Dodson, Mike Heintzman, Co-captains.
TOM ERB GEORGE GIBSON
PHIL RUCHKA GARY ANDERSON BOB ALLARDICE
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HAROLD KOZMIN MIKE HEINTZMAN JERRY DODSON ROY BAKER
TOM BRAUN BOB MEYER WAYNE ATWELL STEVE DEMASE
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37 Bethel 34
48 Mt. Lebanon 34
31 Butler 24
25 Bethel 30
30 North Catholic 25
29 Shaler 26
22 Central Catholic 33
37 Brentwood 18
40 Wilkensburg 15
' Mike Fifer. Jerr Riche . C0-cn tainsg Rick Boyle, Captain:
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RICHARD HARGRAVE RICHARD BOYI-E
GILBERT STAUDT ROBERT SEIBERT
JOHN KURTZ KARL KREILING
W.p.i.a. 1. and State meets
On Saturday, November 7, at the P.I.A.A. State Championship meet, North Alle-
gheny took second place. Those team members placing were Jerry Richey, third,
Karl Kreiling, forty-fourth, Rick Boyle, fifty-eighth, Dwight Holmes, seventy-
seventhg and Mike Fifer, eighty-ninth.
To earn the right to participate in the state meet, the Tigers first had to win the
North Division Qualifying Meet which was held on October 23. The next step was
the W.P.I.A.L. district championship, at which our harriers took third place close
behind Bethel and Baldwin.
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Gone are the days when our basketball team had losing
seasons, for this year our mighty Tigers captured first
place in WPIAL section l3A, with a season record of
eighteen and four.
Seniors Greg Otto, Bob Bowman, Jerry Dodson, and
Don Eshenbaugh, with juniors Tom Carr and Ray
Heilman comprised the nucleus of the team, and
through the tactful coaching of Mr. Jack Linder
blasted their way to the top.
The glory of victory at the Upper St. Clair Tourna-
ment and over other section opponents carried less
spirited Tigers over disappointing losses to Hampton
and North Hills. When the Tigers roared, opposition
submitted, and a team of ferocious fighters took the
coveted title of section champion.
Opponent North Allegheny
34 McKees Rocks 69
52 Munhall 6 3
3 5 Avalon 60
60 Churchill 50
5 6 Bellevue 49
46 Carnegie 47
35 Upper St. Clair 52
3 5 Chartiers-Houston 71
5 6 Hampton 5 1
5 1 Sh aler 5 2
3 6 Lower Burrell 57
48 North Hills 5 1
27 Richland 47
5 3 Knoch 66
55 Fox Chapel 65
28 Quaker Valley 48
5 5 Hampton 72
3 9 Shaler 5 4
19 Lower Burrell 50
51 North Hills 40
4 8 Richland 64
49 Knoch 69
63 Aliquippa 52
A girls' basketball team was organized this year
by the new physical education teacher, Miss Wal-
ters. Twenty-one ambitious girls were selected in
September to make the original team. The senior
and junior managers are Jerry Powell and Diane
Wicks, respectively. Laurie Keeler is the captain.
The team lost their first game to the experi-
enced Vincentian, but their successive games
showed great improvement. They have played
Mars, twice, Pine Richland, Avonworth, and
Shaler. Next year they will have an even busier
Opponent North Allegheny
26 Vincentian 9
15 Mars 14
41 Pine Richland 2 1
47 Avonworth 30
14 Shaler 42
2 5 Mars 3 8
This year's varsity wrestling team, again coached by
Mr. DeAugustino, presented a record of five wins and
five losses. However, injuries to three returning letter-
men hampered the squad considerably. Bob Allardice
and John Snyder were lost to the team for the entire
season, and Ron Kelley saw only limited action.
The nucleus of the squad was eight returning letter-
men: Carey Yendell, Ace Kurtz, Lee Stevenson, Gibby
Staudt, Mike Heintzman, Todd Stevenson, and Steve
Demase. Rounding out the varsity team were: Jim
Winegar, John Culpo, Dick Else, Jeff Wagner, Tom
Barr, Roy Baker, Jim Seeley, and Jerry Foster. Steve
Demase was the acting captain. Whitey Baun, Frank
Guzek, and Paul Hosick also saw action in varsity
The boys on the wrestling team practice from three
thirty to six o'clock after school every day. They are in
constant training during the season, for they must fol-
low rigid diets in order to remain in a certain weight
Mount Lebanon 17
Fox Chapel 45
Chartiers Valley 14
North Hills 42
Fort Cherry 23
Keystone Oaks 27
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Opening and closing the curtain, setting
up scenery, operating the lights, and all
the other backstage duties which are nec-
essary for a stage production are the jobs
of the hardworking stage crew. The
members of this industrious group, which
Mr. Grine sponsors, are Nancy Caughey,
Bruce Davis, Harold Diamond, Chuck
Gerlach, Jim Jewell, Chris Kress, Jack
Ligo, Tom Taylor, Kurt Smith, and Bill
Throckmorton. The school is grateful to
them for their invaluable, and often un-
The number of students at North Allegheny has increased to 1642.
More students, of course, require more books, more books require
more shelf space, and more shelf space means a new library. Thus,
as part of the expansion program, the library has been moved to a
new location twice the size of the old one. Since the move, circula-
tion has improved forty-one percent. This, of course, is more work
for the library staff, who stamp the books in and out, shelve them,
and handle other duties involved ,in running a school library. Their
voluntary work, done under the guidance of Mrs. Zenn and Mrs.
Sweeney, is often unappreciated, though it is invaluable.
Pleasant, cheery smiles and welcomes are passed out to all the
school visitors, free of charge, by our usherettes. This year's usher-
ettes are: Sandy Fletcher, Sandi Lauterbach, Carolyn Fifer, Sharon
Blanchard, Janet Seapker, Linda Barrett, Roberta Stein, Marlene
Sutter, Jeannine Powders, Norma Naessen. Alternates are: Anna
Bush, Marsha Donch, and Mary Foley. These senior girls are chosen
for this service organization at the close of their junior year by the
senior high faculty members. Poise, character, and behavior are all
factors that influence their choice. Performances held in the evening
in the school auditorium require the presence of the usherettes.
These girls add an attractive element to school functions.
Under the direction of their sponsor, Mrs. Dowling, they perform
their duties ably and efficiently, much to everyone's enjoyment. The
service done by this small group of girls cannot be measured in any
amount of words or description.
audio-visual aids staff
l ' ven the audio-visual department has been
1 affected by the expansion program. This yearis
staff, headed by Mr. Prady and composed of Pat
. Wityk, Mark Arnold, Chuck Hammerschmitt,
A0 My ck Schomaker Chris Schulte and Tom Taylor
has moved to a new and larger oiiice
P M5 l This service organization performs many du-
ties behind the scenes of various school func-
QNQJ , tions. Showing movies in the classroom is not
. their sole duty. They also set up equipment for
assemblies, dances, and football games. These
'1 jobs, while not always recognized are neverthe-
less quite important.
p. a. announcers
The bell rings. The students of North Allegheny
squirm impatiently in their seats waiting for school to
begin. Meanwhile, in a small, humid room in a remote
corner of the ofiice, three students make a last minute
check to be certain all is in order. Finally, the familiar
f'click" of the microphone is heard, followed by a
cheery "Good Morningf'
The three students, Diane Blazier, Rich Haverlack,
and Bob Kyle, form North A1legheny's Public Address
System Staff. They were chosen at the end of their
junior year on the basis of voice level, academic rec-
ord, pronunciation, audibility, and enunciation. They
keep the school informed by delivering morning and
special announcements, they conduct morning devo-
tions, which this year consist of a moment of silence
and the pledge of allegiance, and operate the bells.
S tu dent Council
Every Monday afternoon during activity period, a
body composed of elected representatives from
each homeroom meets in the teachers' area of the
cafeteria. This is North Alleghenyls Student
Council. Under the supervision of its ollicers
Wayne Kuenzi, Bob Hutchison, Suzie Becht,
Barb Gourley, and Randy Strothman, and its
sponsor Mr. Wall, the council establishes and or-
ganizes many student activities. The sale of
United States Saving Stamps, operation of con-
cession stands during football games, arrange-
ments for special assemblies, and sponsorship of
various dances are all responsibilities of this
Again this year, exchange days were arranged
with the student councils of other area high
schools. Our oiiicers visited North Hills and
Seneca Valley, and in return acted as hosts to the
representatives from these schools. It is hoped
that through these visits our own well-functioning
Student Council can become even more efficient
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Suzie Becht, recording secretary
Wayne Kuenzi, president
Barbara Gourley, corresponding secretary
Randy Strothman, treasurer
Bob Hutchison, vice president fmissingl
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ROW ONE: S. Donaldson, B. Stewart, S. Cross, P. Thomas, M. Foley. ROW TWO: D.
Metzler, S. Alberts, M. Cunningham, J. Powders, J, King, S. Kehew. ROW THREE: B.
Grimes, D. Shumacher, M. Pomerleua, S. Vance, J. Crawford, J. Kehoe, J. Wicks, Mrs.
Bruce Stewart, Sandi Cross, Co-editors: Mrs.
Anyone who has never faced one hundred and sixty empty column
inches at one o'clock in the afternoon, with only enough copy to fill
eighty inches and who has a deadline to meet at five otclock, cannot
really understand the work involved in putting out a school newspa-
per. Editors-in-chief Sandi Cross and Bruce Stewart have faced this
problem, and with the help of their staff and the guidance of Mrs.
Vera Glanz, who is in her seventh year as faculty sponsor, they have
conquered it. Indeed, they have done so well that the North Star was
cited by Columbia University as an excellent example of a high
school newspaper and was highly rated by both Duquesne Univer-
sity's and Columbia University's Scholastic Press Contests in na-
This year the North Star is being published monthly in the North
Hills News-Record. The staff, however, lays out a paper every two
weeks to keep in practice. In addition to their publishing duties, the
staff members sponsor the annual Homecoming dance for alumni
and the senior high. Its theme this year was 'fRhapsody in Goldf'
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Steve Linder, Tom Barr, Photographers.
ROW ONE: Margaret Cunningham, Typing Editor: Sandi
Lauterbach, Marcy Liberto, Managing C0-Editorsg Molly
Hunter, Business Editor. ROW TWO: Jean Marie Hunter,
Literary Editorg Mrs. Smith, Advisor: Helen Webster, Art Edi-
ROW ONE: Tom Barr, Diane Wicks, Doreen Chaison, Helen Webster, Jeanie Royston. ROW
TWO: Steve Linder, Jim Winegar, John Renfer, Kim Jeffries, Jean Blackburn, Rosalie Mycka.
ROW THREE: Lorraine Conn, Jim Auld, Barb Kummer.
OW ONE: Carol Fulghum, Jean Hunter, Lynne Smith, Joanne Pinder. ROW
O: Jeannine Powders, Dwight Holmes, Sandi Cross. ROW THREE: Rich-
Layouts, write-ups, cover designs, and
pictures find themselves strewn about
Room 25 this year as the members of
the Safari staff make their annual at-
tempt to present a chronicle of nine
months at North Allegheny. People enter
and leave through a freely swinging door
on yearbook business as Mrs. Smith, this
year's sponsor, makes a brave attempt to
keep order in her homeroom, which this
year consists solely of Safari members.
Disorder and disorganization are only
two of the obstacles which the competent
staff of editors, whose duties and respon-
sibilities seem impossible to fulfill, must
overcome. The deadlines loom omi-
nously in the rapidly approaching future,
and the staffs, prodded by their editors
and by the ever-present fear that if they
do not finish in time, the yearbook will
not come out until September, with
haste, but also with skill, create layouts
filled with beautiful pictures and inspired
Just as there are many changes in
North Allegheny, there are also several
changes in the Safari staff. Instead of one
editor-in-chief, there are two co-editors:
the Safari members are all in the same
homeroom, and there is a new sponsor,
Mrs. Stella Smith.
rd Hargrave, Richard Haverlack. Lynne Osterloh, Margie Tritsch.
ROW ONE: Donna Graham, Peggy Wicks, Sharon Blanchard, Jerry Powell, Agnes CUNY-
ROW TWO: Kris Ward, Molly Hunter, Bob Kyle, Pat Freed.
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ROW ONE: Donna Wilson, Andrea Edwards, Margaret Cunningham. ROW TWO: Pat
Eighnie, Elinor Basil, Pat Caldwell, Donna Diehl.
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The increase in school spirit at North Allegheny
has been largely due to the enthusiastic efforts of
the cheerleaders. This year's squad is composed
of Cathy Hubbard, Marlene Sutter, Debbie
Clarke, Sue Pinkerton, Debbie Zoth, Janice Rob-
bins, Carol Chotta, and Nancy Severance. These
girls were chosen on the basis of poise, person-
ality, and, of course, athletic skill. Besides per-
forming during games, the girls also plan interest-
ing skits for pep assemblies. They are aided by
their manager, Marcy Haley.
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Many hours of concentrated effort and hard work go
into the making of a good cheerleader, and good cheer-
leaders are what the junior varsity squad is composed
of this year. These remarkable girls are: Sally Meyers,
Kathy Van Cura, Jean Hensel, Carol Cashion, Marie
McFarland, and Kathy Kunzi. Elaine Sutter is man-
Marcy Haley, mascot
Working as hard as the senior high cheer-
leaders, but receiving less fanfare, are the
junior high cheerleaders. These peppy
girls give zest and sparkle to junior high
games and pep assemblies. They are,
Patty Pohlman, Janet Wagner, Linda
Cooper, Debbie Stahlman, Laurie Smith,
and Marsha Cone. Their manager is Di-
FRED REMALEY, Drum Major
Unity, friendship, and understanding are the out-
standing characteristics of this year's majorettes.
Through te d i o u s practices, unpredictable
weather, and long hours of marching, sparkling
cheerfulness and cooperation prevailed. This
year's marching seven are Sandi Lauterbach,
Suzie Meyers, Jerry Powell, Sally Jo Sailer,
Sharon Sargent, Roberta Stein, and drum major
Fred Remaley. The squad's manager is Joanne
Tiglio. Examples of their togetherness are not
lacking. At one tragic pep assembly, three of the
twirlers managed to lose their batons at the same
moment. Usually, of course, their precision and
unity are more constructively employed. Their
performance at pep assemblies and football
games gives school spirit a gigantic boost.
The end of marching season does not mark the
end of the majorettes' duties. The task begins of
teaching the tricks of the trade to the underclass-
men who aspire to be next year's majorettes.
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The Orchestra, a group which devotes its time to
the preparation and presentation of serious mu-
sic, is composed of students from grades seven
through twelve. Its beautiful music elevated the
minds of the students of North Allegheny at the
Christmas Assembly and again in the spring.
The Swing Band performed this year, as in past
years, for the intermission of the Junior and Sen-
ior class plays, for dances, and for various other
functions. The thirteen members play the music
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The conscientious junior high student who hopes
someday to join the senior high bands can get
instrumental training and performing experience
in the Junior High Band. This group plays sev-
eral times a year, with their biggest performance
being at the Annual Spring Concert.
Members of North Allegheny's new Sophomore
Band were selected to perform in both the
marching and concert bands this year. The sopho-
more group is an innovation of Mr. Robert F.
Testa, the instrumental director, to alleviate the
overcrowded situation which has arisen in the
Senior Band during the past several years. This
tenth grade band offers yet another step which
must be climbed to gain membership in the Sen-
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Marsha Donch, secremryq
Sary Kehew, librarian,-
Jeanne Brady, trmsurerg
Randy Forrester, presidenlg
Miss Virginia Campbell, sponsor.
How is it possible for a miscellaneous mass of individ-
uals to unite for a common purpose? A perplexing
problem, but that a solution can be found is well
shown by the Concert Choir. In this group, sixty
unique individuals whose only common interest is a
love of music join their sixty different voices in a har-
monious blend of sound. The one who co-ordinates
these diverse voices is Miss Virginia Campbell. The
creation of order out of chaos, of course, requires hard
work and practice. Miss Campbell and her songsters
spent many hours after school and in the evenings
practicing for the Christmas and Spring concerts. The
melodious music they made convinced all listeners that
this was time well spent.
Representing the choir at various special appear-
ances is a select group of thirty-six members called the
Choralaires. This group may easily be recognized by
their navy blue blazers and their concert hall voices.
Another special group is the Girls, Ensemble, thirteen
young ladies with beautifully blended soprano and alto
voices. North Allegheny is proud of its Concert Choir
and appreciates the touch of beauty and culture it gives
to school assemblies.
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Members of the North Allegheny Student United Na-
tions Club, along with students from fifty other schools,
participated in the annual mock United Nations assem-
bly held in March at Carnegie Tech. Here, as in the
United Nations headquarters in New York, the stu-
dents representing the countries of the United Nations
debated resolutions dealing with disarmament, the
South Vietnam situation, and other world problems.
Besides gaining a thorough knowledge of the United
Nations and international affairs, the Student United
Nations members get valuable experience in public
speaking and debating. The sponsor of this vigorous
group is Mr. Prady, the president is Jean Marie
A trip to the New York Worldis Fair and a visit to the
Spanish Pavilion was the highlight of this year's activi-
ties in the Spanish National Honor Society. Member-
ship in this elite group, whose purpose is to provide
recognition for superior language students, requires at
least a "B" average in second year or advanced Span-
ish. Initiation is held during the second semester. Miss
Beardsley is the sponsor, the oiiicers are Wayne
Kuenzi, president, Steve Linder, vice presidentg Diane
McCullough, secretary, and Marsha Donch, treasurer.
If you can answer "oui" when someone asks you
4'Parlez-vous francais?',, chances are you would be
right at home in the French Club. The purpose of this
lively group is to entertainingly enlighten its members
about France, and the French language, and French
Despite a short period of utter confusion when three
of its officers were plagued by illness or accidents,
many interesting activities were provided for the club
member. At one meeting, a modern version of S'Little
Red Riding Hoodi' was presented in French, at an-
other, the members feasted on real French foodg and
one joyful evening was spent at a party at North Park.
The club also participated in the modern language fes-
tival at the Buhl Planetarium. The guiding lights of
these activities were: Mrs. Costello, sponsor, Robert
Schmid, president, William Buchanan, vice-president,
Don Van Kirk, treasurer, Kathy Dimond, secretary.
Canada, Europe, Asia, and any one of the fifty states
are all places that can be contacted from North Alle-
gheny by the Radio Club. These boys have world cov-
erage using a radio which they built themselves. The
purpose of the club is to provide facilities and opportu-
nities for boys who are interested in the field of com-
munications. Mr. Linton heads the group with the help
of officers Dave Hayeslip, president, Ken Evans, vice-
president, and Paul Kratt, secretary-treasurer.
Enthusiasm and dedication are the distinguishing char-
acteristics of the members of the Nurses' Club. This
organization, sponsored by Mrs. Dowling, the school
nurse, seeks to inspire young ladies to a nursing career
and to guide those who have already made this their
choice. Tours of hospitals, speakers from various fields
of medicine, and visits from past members who are
now in nursing school are employed to accomplish
these ends. Service projects outside of school are en-
couraged by the club. Many of its members are Candy-
stripers at nearby Passavant Hospital.
future teachers' club
The teaching profession has both its advantages and its disadvan-
tages. To enlighten girls on these and to foster interest in a teaching
career is the object of the Future Teachers of America. At meetings
the members discuss the aspects of this career with various teachers.
The club is sponsored by Mr. Robert Watford. The officers are Kate
Schlademan, presidentg Judy Cronenweth, vice-presidentg Diane
Blazier, treasurerg and Alice Biers, secretary.
future homemakers' club
To fulfill the duties of a homemaker and to fulfill them well is what
the Future Homemakers of America organization tries to teach its
members. This is done through many activities, this year one of
which was preparing Christmas favors for retarded children. The
popularity of this club is so great that two chapters had to be organ-
ized, a senior high group sponsored by Mrs. Drazenovich, and a
junior high chapter led by Mrs. Stewart. Also, the membership had
to be limited to those girls who are enrolled in a home economics
maj orette club
Every Monday during activity period, the old gym is
crowded with anxious girls, devoting their time to
learning the basics of becoming high-stepping major-
Sponsored by Mrs. Brandt, the Majorette Club is
open only to sophomore and junior girls. The seven
majorettes take charge of the group, and begin to teach
the prospective twirlers the elemental marching steps.
When the majority have mastered the art of high kick-
A new club has been established
at North Allegheny to promote
one of the oldest of sports, arch-
ery. Approximately fifteen girls
belong to this group, which is
sponsored by Mr. Gaisbauer.
The many activity periods which
they spent practicing were well
rewarded at the Fall Outdoor In-
terscholastic Archery Tourna-
ment, which was sponsored by
the Pennsylvania Division of
Girls' and Women's Sports. In
this statewide contest, Suzanne
Alberts placed second and Vir-
ginia Stein seventh.
ing in step with fast-moving marches, they are divided
into small groups, each headed by a majorette. From
here, the girls are instructed in the routines.
In order to be chosen a majorette, it is not a re-
quirement that a girl be a member of the club. But the
practice and help offered is so beneficial that few girls
try out at the end of the year unless they have attended
Promoting better sportsmanship and developing individual skills in athletics are the
purposes of the Letterman's Club. The group is under the direction of Mr. Joseph
Their goal is to raise funds for the purchase of letter jackets for underclassmen.
Olhcers of the club are Lee Stevenson, presidentg Gregg Otto, vice-presidentg Jim
Wyres, secretaryg and Jerry Dodson, treasurer.
Cheers for North Allegheny! May her every effort
be victorious and her every victory well won.
This wish for success is a common ambition
among members of Pep Clubs whose innovation
last year opened new doors for school spirit at
N.A. A victory won without the vigorous cheers
of supporters is indeed shallow and without
meaning. To remedy these empty meaningless
contests, enthusiastic clubbers painted signs, en-
couraged attendance at games, meets and
matches, and, most important, joined their voices
in urging the Tigers on to gratifying victory.
A black beret and a white shirt do not make a
Pep Clubber and sometimes hide an indifferent
spirit, but the heat of true school spirit found
within, warms fellow students and incites in oth-
ers a similar enthusiasm.
May our Pep Clubs continue to complement
N.A.'s victories with the warmth of true school
Newest of the clubs this year is the Girl's Gym-
nastic Team. It was begun by girls who wanted
to increase their skill in athletics. Led by Presi-
dent Linda Sachs and faculty sponsor Mrs. Vera
Brandt, they meet every other Wednesday in the
gym. To limber up, the girls begin with simple
exercises. From there, activities progress to the
mats, trampoline, and parallel bars.
In order to join, every girl must demonstrate
her ability in gymnastics by performing before a
select panel of judges. During the year, the team
has competed with other schools in the area.
The Girls Athletic Association was organized to
promote the physical and mental well-being of
the girls in North Allegheny High School. Under
the direction of their co-sponsors, Mrs. Brandt
and Miss Walters, the girls participate in various
intramurals and undergo a program of rigorous
physical exercise. They have been divided into
teams and conduct basketball tournaments.
Junior and Senior G.A.A. members held com-
petitive bake sales in the fall of last year which
augmented the funds in their treasury. The sys-
tem of merit under which the girls individually
compete is based on points.
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Having lived with a Peruvian family last summer leaves me far from
being an expert on Peruvian politics, history, geography, or agricul-
ture, but it has shown me a few things about Peruvian life. I didn't
live in a large city. I was deep inside Peru in a small city named
My family's name was Encomenderos. I had two Peruvian broth-
ers and three sisters. The youngest of the five children was Carlos,
who was 17 years old. It was with Carlos that I did most things,
including going to school when I felt moved enough to go, usually it
was the AFS advisor in Trujillo that moved me. School wasnit that
bad, though, if you like to have a seven hour Spanish class every
Julio, my oldest brother, was nineteen. He and his friends partici-
pated in the same activities as nineteen year old American boys do.
He monopolized the family car as well as Mr. Encomenderos' wallet.
Our house was like a fun house. About three times a week, the
light company would shut off all the lights just as the setting sun was
leaving us in darkness. Then as the family was eating the nine
o'clock nightly meal by candlelight, the lights would go on and
everyone would wildly applaud. Every time I wanted to take a
shower, Carlos would Hush the toilet and use up all the water pres-
sure, making me wait for about fifteen minutes until he could do it
again, laughing hysterically all the while.
No Peruvian houses have roofs over the entire house because it
never rains. Our house lacked roofing over the main hall. This could
prove to be dangerous, especially when Julio poured water down on
me from the second floor when I least expected it.
The whole summer, however, was not all laughs. My family went
through the difficult task of trying to teach me to understand Span-
ish. In a matter of a few weeks, I could meet the mayor of Trujillo
and various friends of Mr. Encomenderos, and I could even hold
what l believed to be an intelligent conversation.
l consider myself one of the most fortunate people in the world to
have had the chance to live with this family. Everyone went out of
his way to see that I was enjoying myself, and I owe it all to the
American Field Service for sending me to such nice people. I hope
that our school will continue in the AFS program for many years to
foreign exchange Student
lt was in the beginning of August, I remember, when
the postman gave me a big brown envelope. It was a
letter addressed to my father. It started: 'fDear Sir,
Today is a happy day in your house, your son has won
a scholarship for one year of experience in the United
States." To say how happy I was, I do not need to.
And this happiness has been extended since I arrived
You can ask, f'What is happiness and experience?,'
To happiness I have a simple answer. I say that we
can be happy anywhere if we learn to smile, to laugh
with the people that are around us, to feel as they feel,
to cheer in the games with them. In other words, to be
good to them. Since I arrived here, I have tried to do
In a few months I have to go back to Brazil. Then it
will be time that I will practice the experience that I
got here. This experience came to me from living with
my American family from whom I learned the Ameri-
can way of life.
I know that it is impossible to cite here the name of
everyone who has helped me in school because every-
one has helped. I would like to express my thanks to
everyone, and especially to Mr. Richard J. Else since
he is principally responsible for my being here. What I
will take home to Brazil from North Allegheny, its
teachers and students, my parents and neighbors, is the
"saudade." This is a Portuguese word that has no ex-
act English translation. It means a very deep sentiment
that we feel in relation to a person or thing. And the
persons and things that I feel a deep sentiment for are
North Allegheny, its teachers and students, my Ameri-
can family, and my neighbors.
ROW ONE: C. Amon, J. Parker, D. Robbins, D. Scyster, B. Else, P. Pohlman, V. McDon-
ough, L. Smith. ROW TWO: K. Casler, B. Clark, J. Spurney, P. Harlan, D. Hollinhan, J.
Miller, T. Busch, R. Trusik, B. Ekin, Miss Jedlicka. ROW THREE: E. Rumisek, J. Manning,
N. Nichols, W. Gaches, E. Freyer, M. Mackey, B. Carlin, P. Mershon, J. Wagner. ROW
FOUR: B. McCartan, S. Daugherty. A. Nye, S. Heffley, D. Bishop, N. Grabowski. C.
Kiminsky, W. Wassal, P. Scott.
ROW ONE: K. McKlell, R. Englert, K, Brady, B. White, S.
Fabry, R. Catanese, J. Staniland, E. Funston. ROW TWO: E
Cormehl, S. Torso, J. Davis, A. Reynolds, C. Hanley, S. Stam-
ford, C. Freemon, E. DeBenedetto, R. Vanstolk, Mr. Caylor.
ROW THREE: D. Ross, E. Imber, J. Friese, A. Long, R
Chapman, S. Dively, C. Heeter, A. Clawshaw, D. Chanban-
dour. ROW FOUR: J. Frazier, K. Burke, S. Crawshaw, P.
Meighan, P. Davis, D. Kiminsky, J. Rittle, M. Kimmel, T.
Ziegler, K. Krisher.
ROW ONE: B. Haase, L. Imber, V. Varner, R. Williams, F.
Crawford, K. Busch, A. Watkins, M. Blosat, L. Ray, L. Cone.
ROW TWO: D. Howell, P. Rowders, T. Moberg, J. Ehrmann,
S. Gamble, D. Wilson, B. Schellhass, D. Ollinger, M. Moellen-
brock, K. Kuenzi, Mrs. Boston. ROW THREE: K. Hughes, M.
Hall, M. Hahn, M. Towers, T. Havekotte, J. Auld, M. Holmes,
L. Graham, B. Gift. ROW FOUR: D. McElroy, C. Schaming,
B. Holston, K. Keck, J. Walsh, P. Thompson, L. Hendricson,
S. Croft, D. Gardner, E. Eissler, F. Scott.
ROW ONE: M. Scully, M. Cone, R. Merzlak,
B. Jardine, S. Pohlman, D. Newell. ROW
TWO: E. Mattson, C. Fore, D. Freuden, S.
Sefscik, J. Martin, C. Gamble, B. Hackman, C.
Grimes. ROW THREE: J. Janke, W. Becker,
L. Dunn, M. McCrum, M. Egan, D. Stahlman,
R. Rennels, H. Heubach, J. Kreiger, Mrs.
Letzkus. ROW FOUR: B. Chambers, D.
Petruska, J. Bonomo, B. Bordt, A. Hirt, J.
Bizan, P. Abbott, R. Frownfelter.
ROW ONE: T. Browne, G. Becht, R. Bartley,
B. Challenger, S. Bright, M. Sardon. ROW
TWO: J. Proven, K. Warner, J. Pitell, S. Ren-
fer, B. Robbins, G. Zaun, G. Boyle. ROW
THREE: A. Huch, D. Emery, B. Freeman, F.
Fleming, B. Ray, D. Nardini, D. Gruber, Mr.
Buterbaugh. ROW FOUR: D. Browne, C.
Schlieper, L. Brancoto, F. l-lerton, H. Cal-
lither, C. Harlan, R. Layton, C. Ruckdnschell.
ROW ONE: S. Lyons, G. Haley., S. Weigel, J
Landers, D. Martin. ROW TWO: R. Shilts, J
Glass, M. Barr, P. Rehberg, K. Shoop, L
Fisher, M. White, G. Whitten. ROW THREE
K. O'Connell, P. Hill, P. OlDonnell, C. Glen-
dening, G. Davis, F. Flit, J. Navratil, J. Cron-
enweth, C. Mellon. ROW FOUR: C. Steckel
R. Theissen, J. Zappas, G. Perlick, M. Fox, C
Roetter, B. Sweeney, M. Bonnett, Miss Camp
ROW ONE: M. Hein, P. Urschler, J. Fletcher, C. Funston, M
Gibson. ROW TWO: C. Keay, S. Jones, D. Graham, R.
Lasky, P. Hoffman, P. Jardine, K. Irons, T. Freyer, R. Shoup
ROW THREE: W. Johnston, R. Geyer, B. Gardner, S
Hunter, J. Irwin, L. Harrington, K. Holmes, J. Kerr, P. Far-
rell, C. Kier. ROW FOUR: D. Fackler, G. Heffley, J. Hernon,
J. Lehren, B. Kress, R. Fisher, J. Hensel, L. Musser, D. Grobe
ROW ONE: S. Cipra, L. Eisel, S. Ayres, E. Destler, M. Beck.
ROW TWO: J. Clarke, C. Curry, K. Dinsmore, M. Curry, I
Bach, S. Belles, B. Besser. ROW THREE: J. Ambrose, W
Brinda, M. Betts, F. Bauer, K. Bayer, B. Broslat, Mrs. Freyer
ROW FOUR: J. Croft, L. Benko, R. Bowman, J. Allen, S
Downs, S. Foradori, M. Cassidy, J. Duffy.
ROW ONE: C. Placke, L. Miller, R. Martain, D. Magnello, S. Meyers. ROW TWO: I.
Pierotti, J. Seifert, M. Hargrave, J. Llwellyn, K. Iams, S. Meyers, W. Logan, E. Rafaloski, Mr.
McCracken. ROW THREE: T. Walsh, M. Flannery, L. Pluhowski, D. Eback, S. Robb, L. Roth,
T. Lee, H. Rectanus, B. Martin. ROW FIVE: D. Reese, C. Hyle, J. Krigger, J. Renkes, J.
DeSimone, M. Sachs, P. Miller, B. Rose, M. Bethune.
ROW ONE: C. Ready. L. Young, G. Ruda, L. Wynn, D. Robbins, C. Stahlman, J. Steiger-
wald, J. Bayer. ROW TWO: C. Seigfried, L. Greenwood, N. Way, M. Salcetti, L. Swick, H
Ross, S. Smith, I. Rumisek, Miss Ripper. ROW THREE: B. Vesco, B. Young, B. Whitten, G
Sisko, J. Wagner, B. Godfrey, J. Saulters, B. Scuillo, N. Whittaker. ROW FOUR: M
Voyvodich, T. White, P. Whitehouse, R. Strothman, J. Cherry, V. Taylor, J. Van Maele.
ROW ONE: D. Roberts, C. McMahon, C. Hutchman, C. Graper, W. Calvert, J. Grau. ROW
TWO: J. Sills, J. Ebert, J. Leiendecker, W. Davidson, K. Wacter, G. Shaw, L. Young, J.
Pegher, T. Barrett. ROW THREE: J. Richey, S. Venstrom, S. McBride, E. Kroll, J. Vesco, J.
Wymne, E. Halboth, E. Karch. ROW FOUR: J. McKenna, C. Poole, D. Martin, J. Mallon,
G. Magnello, J. Jefferies, K. Lamont, J. Ghotlos, P. Pittenger, K. Stadelmyer, E. Vogan, B.
ROW ONE: C. Yendell, D. Sismour, T. Conley, W. Goodworth, D. Robbins. ROW TWO: M
O'Donnell, K. McClesky, Ron Seidel, T. Pallan, T. Kreider, G. Daransky, J. Hamilton, B
Buchanan, B. Jansen, A. Bashaar. ROW THREE: N. Southwick, R. Azman, M. Bacher, S
Tritsch, M. Leahy, P. Heuer, J. Klein, G. Eckert, K. Hess, L. Haase. ROW FOUR: Mrs
Sullivan, S. Knight, D. Marino, R. Jardine, C. Pfannenschmidt, K. Olson, K. Rogers, S
Griffiths, M. McFarland, V. Fritz.
Bill Appleton Vice President
Sally Harrington Secretary
Ted Barrett, Preszdenz
Fred Carlin, Treasurer Cmissingj
ROW ONE: D. Recthenford, S. Wassmann, E. Hoffman, A. Smith, J. Van Riper. ROW
TWO: J. Wolff, B. Glomb, F. Jakeil, J. Claypoole, G. Maranuk, L. Beck, R. Johovich, R.
Koerner, G. Otto, D. Kalmeyer. ROW THREE: G. Hamilton, S. Grossman, R. Koziol, J.
Lawless, P. Snaman, S. Gerken, B. McCullough, D. Bryan, J. Wallace, J. Seibert, J. Scully.
ROW FOUR: Mrs. Loutzenhiser, J. Daugherty, B. Kennedy, T. Mohr, P. Jenkinson, V.
Franchak, J. Bauer, J. Hey, S. Krall, D. Manco, L. Pearce, B. Mass. D. Ehrman.
ROW ONE: D. Herbert, C. Luce, L. Sewald. ROW TWO: B. Block, N. Connely, B. Ziegler
S. Enzian, P. Hawkins, B. Stern, A. Trombetta, J. Lockhart, J. Terek. ROW THREE: B
Moore, D. Moudry, R. White, J. Whitehead, B. Scheller, E. Say, G. Pitell, J. Lehman, R
Riddle, D. Holmes. ROW FOUR: Mr. Pahel, D. Leathery, M. O,Neill, E. Wilson, J. Winner
A. Wallace, E. Parks, L. Hientz, K. Short, K. Wharrey.
ROW ONE: J. Wettach, J. Widdowson, S. Hunsinger, D. Wysun. ROW TWO. D. Eberhardt,
K. Aiken, R. Barmore, D. Hubert, D. Morgan, J. Wyers, R. Krahn, L. Frey, J. Hespenheide,
G. Boul. ROW THREE: A. Simakas, L. Locke, S. Harrington, G. Bennett, G. Willoughby, B.
Larison, T. Hibbard, S. Ehrmann, B. Bennawit. ROW FOUR: Mr. Rohrbaugh, D. Selzer, N.
Ellis, J. Nippes, K. McClelland, D. Palbus, D. Dixon, T. Ray, P. Pivirotto, G. Terner, T.
Claypool, A. Leonard.
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ROW ONE: C. Jesmer, B. Eichenlaub, J. Neff, B. Smith. ROW TWO: B. Sears, P. Else, R.
Braun, G. Zappas, P. Wittk, D. Beacom, W. Geroge, C. Koester, G. Watenpool. ROW
THREE: J. McGrade, J. McArdle, G. Trusik, G. Davis, L. Miller, B. Lias, S. Fritch, K.
Landers, T. Rutkowski, S. Sye. ROW FOUR: Mr. Vandergrift, D. Brush, S. Flook, B. Webb,
J. Petrie, J. Kern, D. Smith, K. Van Cura, S. Guckert, D. Kenney.
ROW ONE: J. Lorish, A. Trupe, E. Brown, H. Norman. ROW TWO: K. Wells, D. Kinsman,
J. Lee, J. Lundberg, J. Watenpool, W. Schuster, D. Daugherty, P. Spurney, B. Marquis, J.
Hutzler. ROW THREE: J. Meinert, T. Fraizer, R. Kovacevic, J. Kenney, K. Eidenmuller, L.
Sciullo, D. Ulrich, J. Wittmer, J. Hammerschmitt, J. Adams, D. Foytik. ROW FOUR: Mr.
Watford, J. Royston, P. Hall, J. Herr, J. Petrone, K. Smith, S. Jones, J. McDowell, M. Damon,
D. Bearer, P. Kozmin, J. Spudich.
ROW ONE: V. Fifer, S. Munson, K. Hamberg, E. Zang, C. Stewart, L. Weyer ROW TWO
J. Fessler, B. Lane, E. Brandt, B. Beck, J. Van Maele, J. Powders, G. Dickson D Seifert J
Kinsman, V. Neely. ROW THREE: J. Scott, M. Pegher, S. Schiller, K. McMaster D WISI E
Hensley, B. Weber, K. Theissen, D. George, R. Kleinhampl, B. Cowdrey. ROW FOUR Mrs
Wehrle, W. Meyercheck, R. Hufnagel, V. Lucas, P. Sapp, D. Soergel, S Llchtenfels C
McCusker, B. Diley, R. Kaltenbock.
ROW ONE: S. Yingling, W. Geissinger, D. Martin, S. Hartman, L. Davis. ROW TWO:
Hartman, D. Hanley, C. Stimpel, B. Wells, D. Horvath, M. Schindel, R. Way, P. Kratt,
Belack, B. Eiben. ROW THREE: D. Murray, D. Leslie, H. Frankford, A. Hufnagel,
Merkel, B. Kreiger, C. Thompson, G. Wharrey, R. Bury. ROW FOUR: Mr. Heasley
Patsilevas, R. Hermisman, S. Miller, J. Fisher, S. Kasimirsky, C. Shomaker, I. McCosby,
Slaney, D. Haybron, M. Langer.
ROW ONE: J. Hahn, G. Gross, G. Kerr, J. Sarver, C. Clark, E. Shenot, K. Jones. ROW
TWO: F. Baldinger, W. Malick, R. Parker, R. Robertson, W. Jenkins, M. Shinder, D.
Vicheck. ROW THREE: Mr. Ehrlichman, D. Roberts, C. Sweet, M. Kramer, C. Stetor, K.
Volker, D. Kuklish.
ROW ONE: W. Scott, J. Plakidas, R. Platt. ROW TWO: F. Fork, J. Dillion, F. Carlin
Boyle, D. Richey, J. Roth, R. Foley, B. Galardy, D. Chapman. ROW THREE: G. Rusnak,
Price, J. Graham, B. Gardner, D. Polivka, A. Burkhart, K. Robinson, R. Frownfelter,
Gray. ROW FOUR: Mr. De Augustino, K. Rossman, J. Colpo, R. Pinkerton, P. Petrakos
Pindroh, G. Radford, R. Roedel, F. Rainbow, G. Douthett.
ROW ONE: K. Kunze, P. Leonard, K. Howe, M. Biers, M. Batykefer. ROW TWO: E.
Daniels, J. Ginter, B. Brecht, G. Holm, M. McHugh, D. Hollihan, A. Curry, C. Brandt, S.
Barmettler. ROW THREE: G. Evans, K. Benscoter, M. Salmon, A. Bounds, P. Ellinger, C.
Cashion, L. Smith, C. Egan, S. Besturck. ROW FOUR: Mrs. Stewart, P. Bauer, J. Glevicky,
B. Braun, C. Riester, M. Buchanan, K. Meyer, A. Beck, M. Boul, J. Charis, E. Dimond.
ROW ONE: M. Chalmer, H. Dardnsky, N.
Kanonchoff, L. Camp, B. Burford, L. Weaver,
I. Mauthe, S. Craig. ROW TWO: M. Rahac,
K. Narcisi, S. Crane, E. Oakman, C. Collins,
B. Callen. ROW THREE: Mrs. Drazenovich,
R. Crawford, L. Crawford, S. McLean, M.
Thaner, R. Costigan.
ROW ONE: J. Leasure, G. Bumbaugh, D. Auth, N. Battaghia. ROW TWO: R. Albert, A
Ochsenhirt, J. Thomas, R. Csuy, B. Aufman, B. Greenlee, B. Baierl, B. Beukema, S. Grunke-
Wisniewski, C. Ross, D. Keck, B. Appleton, D. Alberton. ROW FOUR: Mr. Tiger, R.
meyer, L. Brisini. ROW THREE: J. Taeff, R. Brown, J. Irwin, J. Leasure, G. Fenn, D
Houston, L. Yahrling, V. White, J. Chahbandour, M. Spaley, S. Jason, V. Moore, R. Miller, G
Weston, L. Baker, D. Adams.
ROW ONE: Judy Ventresca, Secretary, Janice '
Robbins, Treasurer. ROW TWO: Stewart ',
Simons, President, Bob Brainard, Vice Presi- X
ROW ONE: J. Flaherty, B. Kriznik, C. Nadolny, D. Diamond,
I. Stine, D. Dusenberry. ROW TWO: L. King, M. Newing-
ham, B. Flannery, C. Wharrey, C. Wilson, J. Ebken, T. Kufta,
Tucek, L. Kaiser, D. Murrell, D. Glomb, J. Ostrum, B. Mci
M. Ford, K. Schlademan, S. McClintock. ROW THREE: B
Callum, D. Young, R. Markert, L. Decker, B. Weir, Mrs
D. Wynne, K. Dimond, L. Porter, L. Salvatora. ROW TWO
H. Kivlan, R. Neal, D. Graner, K. Neuhart, D. Ulrich, H
Whalen, J. King, C. Gross. ROW THREE: T. Barr, T
Wienand, D. Kimmel, R. Holland, J. Tanski, S. Terek, J
Stryker, J. Renford, S. Wharton, S. Lemankiewicz, R. Nippes
E. Whiteman, Mrs. Winner.
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ROW ONE: L. Christopher, A. McCrea, D. Cress, D. Lucas,
ROW ONE: P. Weber, S. Boyle, P. Moniger, S. Brandt, D, Steigerwald, S. Donaldson, E.
Gredlein, K. Fennell, D. Woodcock, S. Frankford. ROW TWO: P. Yetman, I. Schmidt, R.
Park, W. Mottern, D. Taylor, M. Stauffer, D. Wallace, L. Klaneck, M. Crawford. ROW
THREE: R. Dresher, R. Lamont, M. Palbus, J. Janke, J. Lathrop, R. Hellman, R. Ott, R.
Jordan, W. Lawrence. P. Wojtyna, Mr. Sramek.
ROW ONE: V. Vesco, J. Simmons, K. Garrett, S. Hough, J. Poole, B. Scott, D. Metzler, J
Kaechele, G. Dutka. ROW TWO: S. Rohrbach, V. Moberg, K. Conger, L. Gosnell, B. Jones
G. Pierotti, P. Duncan, G. Surrena, J. Foster. ROW THREE: G. Adams, L. Siefers, R
Lockhart, J. Ligo, R. Wermuth, J. Bishop, G. McWilliams, J. Kehoe, R. Guthrie, J. Lovett, J
Downing, M. Ross, J. Lewicki, Mrs. Franchak.
ROW ONE: D. Zoth, P. Wolfarth, M
Bethune, S. Grau, P. Faber, P. Vidmar, C
Outly, S. Kjellman. ROW TWO: K. Cleary, S
Lockhart, J. Mudicka, V. Van Nest, A. Mid-
dleton, L. Pannier, P. Nadrash, C. Wittmer, J
Scheid. ROW THREE: G. Law, T. O'Cormell,
J. Schulte, M. Fifer, B. Bauers, R. Lamneck, J.
Van Sicklin, A. Grimes, M. Kania, B. Sullivan
F. Hyle, Mr. Cerny.
ROW ONE: K. Wrigley, P. Perrone, J.
Schwartz, M. Ricketts, P. McTighe, C. Finni-
cum, L. McGee, J. Vannosdel, A. Batty, K.
Diehl. ROW TWO: C. Chotta, J. Schlicktkrull,
H. Allman, W. Johnson, W. Leathen, A. Kurtz,
A. Faormina, P. McTighe, D. Paytas. ROW
THREE: D. Sinita, D. Jones, M. Dancison, J.
Guthrie, B. Biainard, M. Leidecker, M. Kania,
S. Garvey, S. Gaches, G. Gust, R. Stitt, T.
Saylor, J. Ward.
ROW ONE: R. Amrhein, G. Tripp, K. Jones, P. Thomas, J. Glass, G. Lockhart, C. Gigler, P.
Schneider, B. Keaty, C. Carpenter. ROW TWO: B. Stoiber, M. Graham, J. Singer, S.
Altfather, M. McKeel, P. Melgaard, M. Raab, K. Bollenberg, W. Herbert, H. Gamble. ROW
THREE: D. Butler, D. Wood, R. Lutz, B. Hohman, S. Reid, D. English, T. Stevenson, D.
Kirkpatrick, R. Schad, K. Crabtree, R. Jansen, B. Mann, M. Arnold, T. Crawford.
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ROW ONE: J. Marko, A. Sampson, L. Johnston, L. Bennawit, S. Gibson, N. Shevchik, L.
Pusateri, L. Fulton, L. Schramm, M. Dorrier. ROW TWO: T. Nardina, J. Cronenweth, W.
McCartne, B. Butler, B. Seifert, D. Wittman, P. Grosick. J. Ryen, L. Nardina, H. Brandt.
ROW THREE: J. Rihs, J. Hostler. M. Coyne, D. Fisher, J. Kirschler, V. Mamula, P. Hosick,
S. Rowland, S. Lynch, R. Shad, L. Long, R. Mueller, M. Pomerleau, C. Chandler, Mr.
ROW ONE: J. Delenne, M. McKean, P. Baker, S. Johnston, L. Kozminski, M. Hanley, J.
Thill, P. Ayres, M. Burrows, P. Kitner. ROW TWO: S. Ritchie, G. Salter, B. Wharrey, S.
MacDonald, L. Spudich, C. Thomas, S. Ferguson, W. Haberstroh, D. Brenner, S. Howe. ROW
THREE: M. Gardner, G. Rudolph, F. Guzek, J. Frobe, J. Maier, B. Baun, K. Riester, J.
Sponsler, J. Rennels, J. Callithen, B. Melhorn, C. Heintz, T. McKernan, R. Vogel, Mrs.
ROW ONE: P. Kellerman, M. Rodgers, K. Sisak, J. McManus, D. Race, S. Stamets,
MacDonald, B. Burke, P. Kramer, J. Godzinski. ROW TWO: S. Good, K. Grimaldi,
Burke, B. Handlovic, D. Beauman, P. Swartzlander, J. Crea, J. Ventresca, D. Blose,
Wolpert. ROW THREE: C. Macy, S. Simonds, R. Cairns, G. Brown, G. Fisher, G. Richey
Hogan, A. Csellar, B. Lock, K. McCosby, B. Smith, J. Burke, J. Rehun, Mr. Conway.
ROW ONE: R. Busang, K. States, L. Lofink L. Davis, J. Chisholm, D. Stimpel, K. Hutchman,
J. Wilson, D. Carr, K. Bordt, C. Anderson. ROW TWO: T. Redder, J. Boder, J. Kaminski, B.
Downs, B. Ruchka, J. Brownlee, J. Bertschinger, C. Kroepil, R. Coyne, M. Miller. ROW
THREE: J. Ryan, J. Conoran, R. Brady, R. Bauerle, R. Cartwright, K. Hillman, B. Pontius,
C. Reichhold, R. Henning, D. Graham, A. Young, D. Falls, J. Seely, Mr. Delune.
ROW ONE: J. Robbins, L. Wilker, H. Linn, C. Denhardt, B. Hawthorne, C. Botic. ROW THREE: G. Neeley, T. Flag-
Cox, V. Steigerwald, T. Scott, A. Martin, C. Morrow, J. Belsh. meier, N. Dailey, P- SICFHCF, J- Bryan, D- Smith, R- Radf0fd,
ROW TWO: I. Kreps, E. Bennington, F. Randolph, E. Ran- T. Carr, J. McKnight, J. Boyer, B. Dimond, R. Rushton, M.
dich, T. Hartle, J. Henry, D. Rupert, J. Hutzler, M. Harlan, V. MCKJHHSY, MF- MOITCH-
ROW ONE: D. Wicks, J. Pinder, P. Caldwell, P. Freed, K. Ward, J. Auld, D. Holmes, J. Renfer, J. Winegar, Mrs
D. Chaison, P. Eighme. ROW TWO: J. Blackburn, K. Jeffries, Smith.
TOM ERB, PRESIDENT
BARB R. ALBERT
SUZANNE D. ALBERTS
ROBERT D. ALLARDICE
BONNIE LEE AMEND
MARCEL JOSEPH AMRHEIN
GREGG OTTO, VICE PRESIDENT
JOHN LEAVESLEY, TREASURER
ROBERTA STEIN, SECRETARY
JAMES R. ARNOLD
NANCY C. ASHCOM
R. WAYNE ATWELL
RICH CURTIS AUGUSTINE
ALBERT ROY BAKER
RICK T. BARRETT
ELINOR JEAN BASTL
ROGER D. BEAUMAN
SUZANNE W. BECHT
PATRICIA LOUISE BECK
CHERYL A. BECKER
ROBERT J. BELL
PAUL G. BELO
CHARLES R. BETTS
ALICE F. BIERS
EUGENE S. BISWICK
MELISSA ANN BLACK
THOMAS J. BLAZEK
STEPHEN MICHAEL F.
BONNIE LIN BRANDT
ROBERT G. BRUGGEMAN
DIANE C. BLAZIER
CELIA JEAN BLESSING
DONNA J. BORTMESS
RUSSELL R. BOWLER
ROBERT FERRIS BOWMAN
RICHARD L. BOYLE
BONNIE SUE CAREY
LINDA L. CASPER
HENRY B. CHAPMAN
KATHLEEN A. BRUNNER
MARK L. BUDINGER
ANNA C. BUSCH
DEBORAH LEE CLARKE
SUSAN JANE COLLINS
LORRAINE M. CONN
LINDA M. CONSOLO
JOAN H. COOK
DAVID PHILIP CORBIN
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ROBERT JAMES CRERAR
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SANDRA LEE CROSS
RUTH E. CUIAS
AUDREY L. DAVIS
BRUCE A. DAVIS
NANCY M. DAVIS
STEVAN D. DEMASE
LINDA JEAN DICKSON
DONNA LEE DIEHL
RAYMOND H. DIETRICH
SPENCER C. DIZE
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THOMAS C. EKIN
RICHARD K. ELLINGER
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MARSHA LYNN DONCH
GEORGE W. EBERT
BARBARA J. EBNER
CAROLYN A. FIFER
MARY C. FOLEY
DAN P. FORADORI
RANDAL G. FORRESTER
WILLIAM E. FOX
KEN W. EVANS
REBECCA R. FACKLER
STEPHEN E. FAGAN
LINDA L. FENN
NANCY LOUISE FRANCE
DONALD E. FREUDEN
WILLIAM E. FRITZ
CAROL JOYCE FULGHUM
MICHAEL P. GALLAGHER
GEORGE JAMES GIBSON
RAYMOND M. GIBSON
JUDY A. GINDELE
LEONARD A. GOETZ JR.
BERNICE A. GRAFF
DONNA M. GRAHAM
JUDI ANN GRAPER
GERARD P. GRIM
CONNIE R. GROBE
FRANCES D. GROPP
JEANNE L. GROSS
JACK L. GROSS
FRED E. HACKBARTH
MARCIE J. I-IALEY
FRED J. HARRIS
RICHARD J. HAVERLACK
IANIS LEE HAWKINS
DAVID W. HAYESLIP
RICHARD A. HAYNE
SHERRY ANNE HALL
KAREN LEE HALLAM
RICHARD C. HARGRAVE
DANIEL J . HARLAN
E. JANE HEWTON
JAN MICHAEL HILL
MARSHA JEAN HIRKO
CATHY LYNNE HUBBARD
LINDA J. HUCH
THOMAS M. HEDDAEUS
BARBARA ANN HEINTZ
MICHAEL D. HEINTZMAN
LINDA L. HEITZ
GEORGE W. HERZBERGER
LINDA L. HUGHES
WILLIAM J. HUGHES
JEAN MARIE HUNTER
GREGORY GREER IUSI
JOHN PAUL JANOTA
JAMES D. JEWELL
DALE SHARON JOHNSON
JANE ELLEN JOHNSON
WILLIAM E. JOHNSTON
NANCY ANNE JUHOLA
CLAUDIA DIANE JUST
GARY H. KALMEYER I
MICHELLE E. KAVANAGH
LAURIE JOAN KEELER
ALAN EVERETT KEHEW
SARA KNOLL KEHEW
BARBARA LOU KEIL
RONALD L. KELLY
FRANK C. KLATIE JR.
CHRIS B. KLEIBACKER
PAUL W. KREPP
CHRIS G. KRESS
RUTH M. KRUEGER
W. WAYNE KUENZI
JOHN W. KURTZ
HAROLD JOHN KOZMIN
KARL M. KREILING
RUTH A. LEWICKE
RITA YVONNE LEWIS
MARCELENE A. LIBERTO
JACK EDWARD LIGO
FRED JAMES LIMBACH III
ROBERT W. KYLE
E. DOUGLAS LAVERY
JOHN L. LEAVESLEY
K. SCOTT LEGGETT
PATRICIA LOUISE LINN
JAMES A. LLEWELLYN
BETSY J. LOVE
SUZANNE J ENNIE
DOUGLAS A. LUTZ
JEANNE K. LYON
WILLIAM A. MACMILLAN
HUGH G. MANION
ELWIN B. MANN
W. JOSEPH MARANUK
GARY M. MARTIN
JO ANN MASON
NANCY JO MCCLURE
KATHRYN D. MCKELVY
EDWARD V. MCKERNAN
WENDELL M. MOHR, JR.
DAVID IRVIN E MOORE
MARY JOANNE MOORE
ALEITA J. MCNEELY
JOHN J. MCTIGHE
EDWARD C. MELVIN
ROBERT J. MEYER
LINDA SUZANNE MEYERS
LINDA L. MILLER
S. DAVID MYERS
DWIGHT S. NEWINGHAM
JEAN A. NICHOLS
I. KEITH NOCK
THOMAS P. O'BRIEN
CONNIE J. MUEHLMAN
GAIL ANN MURRAY
SUSAN CLAIR MUS
JOHN R. MUSSER
ROSALIE A. MYCKA
JOHN E. OEHMLER
VVILLIAM A. OLSON
LYNNE L. OSTERLOH
SYBIL I. OSWALD
GREGG PETER OTTO
JOHN T. PANYI
JUDITH A. PATTON
DIANE L. PAYNE
THOMAS H. PERSINGER
JERRY R. POWELL
DIANE C. POZAR
NANCY CAROL POZSGI
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ROBERT V. PULSIFER
BARBARA ANN RAINBOW
ERNEST L. RAMSEY
MARTHA G. RAY
NANCY ROSE RICHARD
ELIZABETH E. RIDER
KATHLEEN MAE RILEY
FRED OLIVER RIPPEY
KAREN ANN RECTANUS
KATHY L. REESER
DALE VINCENT REINER
' FRED B. REMALEY
RONALD E. RENCKLY
LINDA L. SACHS
SALLY JO SAILER
JOHN D. SAMITAS
SHARON L. SARGENT
JUDITH ANN SARVER
CONNIE M. SAVENKO
KAREN M. ROBINSON
JOHN W. ROSE
MARY E. RUTHERFORD
SUZANNE BETH SABO
PAUL DAVID SAVKO
BONNE A. SCANLON
LAURIE JEAN SCHEIBLE
PAUL H. SCHIELKE
LINDA J. SCHLEIDEN
ROBERT L. SCHMID
SUZANNE L. SCHMITT
KAREN F. SCHOFIELD
MARK A. SCHULTZ
GEORGE W. SCHWEIGER
THOMAS E. SCHWERIN
NICHOLAS DUANE SCOTT
JANET KAY SEAPKER
ROBERT R. SEIBERT
NANCY ANN SEVERANCE
PATRICIA ANN SHARP
KIRK W. SMITH
SHIRLEY ANN SMITH
FAYE LYNNE SOBON
MARTHA A. STASIK
MARY L. STAUB
JUDY ANN SHIREY
SHARYN A. SHIRK
RANDY E. SHONKA
SHARON ANNE SKLEDER
RON D. SMALSTIG
ERIC P. SMITH
JUDY L. STEPHENS
LEE MCCORD STEVENSON
BRUCE ROBERT STEWART
RONALD ROBERT STRAUB
RAYMOND O. STROTHMAN
GILBERT M. STAUDT
FLOTA M. STECKLE
ROBERTA ANN STEIN
VIRGINIA LEE STEIN
KENNETH C. STEINMETZ
EILEEN C. SULLIVAN
JAMES A. TAYLOR
RON E. TAYLOR
THOMAS E. TAYLOR
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HARRY E. THOERNER
JO ANN A. THORNTON
JOANNE MARIE TIGLIO
SHERRY L. TOWNSEND
MARJORIE ANN TRITSCH
FREDRICK J. TRUSCHEL
JOHN ROBERT UN ERTL
CHRISTINA R. VANCHERI
SAM J. VARNER
FOD T. VICK
NANCY JEAN VOELKER
SALLY ANNE VOGAN
ANDREA MARIE VOLAND
JOHN JAMES WALTHER
DICK E. WARD
PAUL S. WARGO
ROBERT J. WATSON
HELEN E. WEBSTER
BONNIE CAROLE WEIBEL
DAVID F. VOLKER
HENRY G. WAGERER
KEITH F. WAGNER
TIMOTHY T. WAIBEL
GARY T. WALL
DAVID R. WALSH
PATRICIA L. WILLIAMS
DONNA RAE WILSON
MAUREEN T. WILSON
SALLY ANN WILSON
ROGER A. WELLS
VIVIAN LEE WHITFIELD
FRANK N. WHITTAKER
CARL J. WICHMAN
JUDITH ANN WICKS
SHIRLEY ANN WISKEMAN
PATRICIA MAY WITYK
JOE R. WOJTYNA
CLYDE M. WOLFE
FREDRICK J .
KENNETH E. WORSTELL
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shall keep him in our memories now, on graduation, and always.
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