North East High School - Aquilo Yearbook (North East, PA)
- Class of 1983
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In Dedication To . . .
Mrs. P nny
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Ah, those school days!
Good Times - the theme for the Aquilo '83 is one which makes
the choice for dedication an easy one. As we reflect on our years in
NIEHS there is one period that stands out as one of the best times.
That is the time spent in English 10. These good times would not
have been possible without you.
You not only taught us English, but you taught us a lot about
ourselves. You always seem to look deep within us, always searching
for any potential we may have, never judging us by first impression.
Your rapport with the students is one which exists in and out of
the classroom. Whenever anyone needs a friend or a smile, you are
You are an example and inspiration to us. Always giving so much
of yourself - giving us confidence in you and ourselves.
We, the Class of '83, will leave NEHS with fond memories of your
class complimented with a chuckle. More importantly, we will always
remember the gifts of yourself that you have given to us.
And so, we dedicate Aquilo '83 to you, Mrs. Penny lrish-Hosler,
with great love and many thanks.
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Lisa Young and Matt Ellis
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Amy Mosier and Mark Chace
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Robin Mong and Lou Lazzara
MOST TALKATIVE MOST ATHLFTK.
Krissy Walsh and loe Keddie Sue Baldwin and Ge-ne Gray
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AFS I 983
The most impressive experiences of my life have
begun this year - here in North East among all these
Of course, there have been both happy and difficult
moments. It is not a nice experience to not be able to ex-
press yourself. lt's frustrating when you can't say your
ideas or whatever else you want to. But once you break
the language barrier, you feel a lot better, and you feel a
little bit more independent. You feel as if you are a real
part of the different culture.
When you think about going to another country that is
far away from your home, your family, and every person
that you know, you feel a little afraid. Once you have ar-
rived in your place of destination, believe me, you think
you haven't left home yet. Because of AFS International,
my host family - the Keddies, and my many new
friends, this is the way l now feel. Thanks again to all of
those who made my AFS trip possible. I know that the
memory of North East, PA, will be one of the most
beautiful I will have in my life.
On August 19, 1982, I began the biggest dream of
my life. I arrived here in North East, this marvelous
town. I was living the biggest experience of my life.
Since I arrived here, I felt like I was in my home
because North East is so beautiful and quite equal to
my city in Brazil. But my city is larger than North East.
The school here is good, too, with good teachers and
When I go back to Brazil, I can tell everybody there
how marvelous this town is. I can say how nice the
people are, and how cold it is, too! I am very happy to
be living this experience and to know another counf
try's culture. AFS is not only an exchange of students
between countries, but it is a transfer of ideas bet-
ween cultures. I need to give thanks to my marvelous
family, the Shafers, who help me all the time. I also
would like to thank the AFS chapter of North East that
gave me this chance to live the big dream of my life. I
will never forget any of them ever.
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When I heard for the first time about AFS, two years
ago, I was really interested, but it seemed like a dream. I
met an AFS student who spent her AFS year in America,
and we became best friends. She spoke a lot about her
experience, and I began to think my dream might come
true. My dream came true and it is better than I ever im-
agined. I want to thank my family in France for letting me
leave, as I know it is not very easy. I want to thank my
family here, the Mongs. Ever since I came, they have
made me feel at home. I am considered just like a
member of their family. I am very happy with them.
Because of my new family and friends, except for the
language, I don't feel like I am in a foreign country. They
are so friendly, I really feel welcome.
I hope I will be able to work for AFS in the future, to try
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AES AMERICANS ABRCDAD 1982
My experience started on Iune 11, I flew to San Diego. On the
15th, I joined the other 63 Americans bound for Iapan at the Univer-
sity of Southern California. We had two days of orientation and Ilget-
ting acquainted." After that we flew from Los Angeles to Tokyo.
Once we were in Tokyo, we again had orientation so that we had
time to learn japanese, six hours a day for three days!
Finally, on the 22nd of Iune, I met my host family, I was nervous
beyond belief! But thanks to my advisor, Ito, my school's English
teacher, Mrs. Sato, and my trusty dictionary, their warm ways soon
calmed my fears. The Aokies, my family, were extremely kind,
thoughtful, and giving.
I had a wonderful experience, as a matter of fact, the best of my
Wolfgang and Michael
lune 28, 1982 was the beginning of a dream
come true for me. I will always cherish those
eight weeks I spent in Germany. lronically, I lived
in wine country while in C-ermany. My area pro-
duced the famous Ahr wine. With all of the
similarities, it was easy to remember home, but
Germany has something appealing and tantaliz-
ing to it.
I would like to thank the people of North East
who support our local AFS Chapter. Without
your support, young people, such as myself,
wouldn't be able to live a dream.
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ECL Football Champs
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David Harold Weed
. . .Animal Farm
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Philip Andrew Vargo
Koster's Pizza Shop
Venus - Goddess of Love
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loy is a relative word!
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Larry, Mo, and Curly.
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In cheering other peoples ways,
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With every task and every plan,
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Politeness when your neighbor's curt,
It's deafness when the scandal flows,
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It's courage when disaster falls,
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ln all of life and nothing less,
We find the thing we call success.
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Sophomores: Your Time
With wing at either shoulder,
And smile that never left thy mouth
Until the hours grew colder:
Then somewhat seemed to whisper near
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I doubted itg I felt no fear,
No weight upon the heart.
If aught befell it, love was by
And rolled it off againg
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I may not call thee backg but thou
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Of gentle sleep waves orler my brow
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But sleep hath given a silent sigh,
And both, alas! take flight.
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Can You Say?
Can you say in parting with day
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Does someone whose hopes were fading,
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Did you waste the day or lose it,
was it well or poorly spent?
Did you leave a trend of kindness, or a
scar of discontent?
As you close your eyes in slumber, do you
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You have made the world much better
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Make new friends, but keep the old,
Those are silver, these are gold.
New-made friendships, like new wine,
Age will mellow and refine.
Friendships that have stood the test -
Time and change - are surely best,
Brow may wrinkle, hair grow gray,
Friendship never knows decay.
For 'mid old friends, tried and true,
Once more we our youth renew.
But old friends, alas! may die,
New friends must their place supply.
Cherish friendship in your breast -
New is good, but old is best,
Make new friends, but keep the old,
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Continuing a tradition of dominance in the
northwestern corner of the state were the
boys of the 1982 edition of North East Track
With the help of sprinter coach lack Power,
hurdle, jump, and vault coach Arnold l'Rip"
Simmons, and newcomer weight coach Steve
Wall, Head Coach Miller constructed a team
that went undefeated in dual meet competi-
tion with a 7-0 record, and that walked away
with the Erie County League Championship.
Traditionally at North East High, the Pickers
always field an excellent 3200 meter relay
team. For the past two years, the relay team
set two state records. This year's edition of
the 3200 meter relay team consisting of Matt
Artise, Gene Gray, Howard Lebold, and Rick
Eaton took honors at the Fairview and Kane
lnvitationals, County, District Qualifier, and
District meets. While placing a strong fourth
place at the State Meet with a time of 7:53.-4.
Senior Bill Grieshober set a school record in
the long jump as he rocketed 2041" to take
the District Meet. Bill also won this event at
the County Meet.
lunior Gene Gray set a school record in the
3200 meter run as he placed fourth in the
State Meet with a time of 91244,
The 1600 meter relay team consisting of lim
lohnson, Bill Grieshober, Marc Pisano and
Matt Artise claimed titles at the Fairview and
County Meets, while placing second at the
Kane and Youngsville Invitationals. They plac-
ed a strong fourth at District Qualifier,
All-County performers on the team are
Matt Artise, Rick Eaton, Gene Gray, Bill
Grieshober, lim johnson, Howard Lebold, and
With many underclassmen returning, next
year's track team should be as strong as, if not
Stronger than, this year's team.
ul shall always strive for number one, but never be
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Head Coach, Mr. Theodore Miller, shoots a few
Coach Arnold l'Rip" Simmons
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Mr. Steve Wall, Assistant Coach, smiles after a re-
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N82 xersion of the North East girls'
track team as they ran, threw, and
jumped to the best season ever record-
ed in the history of the girls' team.
Under the direction of Head Coach Ted
Miller, sprint coach lack Power, jump
and hurdle coach HRip" Simmons, and
weight coach Steve Wall, the girls pro-
duced an amazing record, winning a
majority of their dual meets, and placing
very high in major meets.
After placing second in the Fairview
Invitational and the Girard Relays, the
girls went on to win the County Meet.
This win, along with the boys' County ti-
tle, marked a first in the history of Erie
County Track as North East was the first
team to capture both the boys' and
girls' County titles on the same day. All-
County tracksters included Michele Mc-
Cumber, Cathy Miller, Eileen Lebold,
Maureen O'Leary, and leanne Lebold.
Moving on to Districts, the girls plac-
ed a solid fourth and qualified five girls
in five events for the State Meet. District
champions included Cathy Miller, Eileen
Lebold, Maureen O'Leary, and leanne
Lebold of the 3200m relay, Michele Mc-
Cumber in the triple jump, and Eileen
Lebold in the 800m run. The l600m
relay and leanne Lebold in the 3200m
run also qualified to run at the state
The long trip to Shippensburg State
College for the PIAA State Meet was
worth the while as the girls brought
home nine state medals. The 3200m
relay of Cathy Miller, Eileen Lebold,
Maureen O'Leary, and leanne Lebold
raced to a silver medal, the 1600m relay
of Michele McCumber, Cathy Miller,
Eileen Lebold, and Maureen O'Leary ran
to a fourth place finish, and Eileen
Lebold brought home a silver medal in
the 800m run.
All in all, the season was a complete
success. In addition to the great season
brought home by the well-rounded,
talented team, thirteen school records
were broken. New records included
Michele McCumber in the l600m relay,
triple jump, long jump, high jump, 300
m low hurdles, and 100m intermediate
hurdles, Cathy Miller in the 3200 m relay
and l600m relay, leneene Rahal in the
shotput, Rita DeSimone in the discus,
Eileen Lebold in the 3200m relay, 1600m
relay, and 800m run, Maureen O'Leary
in the 3200m relay and l600m relay,
A.l. johnson in the javelin, and leanne
Lebold in the 3200m relay and the
Congratulations to the fine perfor-
mances and high level of success of the
North East girls' track team of 1982!
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The N82 edition of the Picker
baseball team was a pleasant surprise.
Figured upon for a .500 season, the
Pickers garnered twelve wins and six
losses, which was good for third place
in the Erie County League. Along with
the fine season that the Pickers turned
in, there were some excellent perfor-
mances turned in by individual team
members. Keith Potter and Norm Stan-
ford sparked the offensive attack while
lay lobczynski anchored the defense at
the "hot corner," third base.
lay, the team leader, was selected as
All-County along with Keith Potter who
was also selected as All-County
The pitching duties were anchored
by lonathan Karsh. lonathan, a first
Team All-County selection as pitcher,
and team MVP, ended the season with
eight wins, that being the most wins in
the county. He also set some new
records in the pitching department as
he broke the record for strikeouts in a
single game by striking out 16 batters.
He also broke the school and ten year
county season strike out record by UK-
ing" 95 batters,
Despite these individual efforts, the
season was a success because of the
closeness and determination to win of
the squad as a whole. With many retur-
ning lettermen, look for an excellent
season from the 1983 Picker
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Fra-vaaf wash Cara' Hatcher wear into a iiiii. i s . a t g iiv iii it
season not knowing much about the caliber of the ' 'l'iy
softball that was going to be played. With her l'l'
knowledge and coaching ability, this barrier was ' , L A' t' We
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Denise Rizzo, the girls had great team spirit and en-
l0Yed mam! good ffmei
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cent. T e Picker Ladies were defeated twice by i""" aaya H'
Harborcreek and powerhouse Iroquois. In the lro- iuag g 1 'k 'A
quois Same, they were edged out in a 3-4 loss, and
the Braves went on to be state champions. The girls , 1 "'
also fell victims to Fairview, General McLane, and M :5 if ,,,,,s 4 C '
Fort LeBeouf, thus sustaining a 9-7 record. With this
showing in county action, they hit into the District X
play-offs. Conneaut Lake became victims of the
gals of Picker Country in a big 6-1 win. In the se-
cond game they faced Fort LeBoeuf for a third time
in the season. Losing in a nailbiter affair, the girls
ended what turned out to be an extremely exciting
and successful season. Look for more good show-
ings from the softballers of North East as the junior
varsity talents are developed.
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The N81 North East High School
gridiron season can be deemed as a
rebuilding year. By turning in a .3-6
season, the Pickers placed third place in
the league. Excellent performances
were turned in by Matt Ellis and Roy
Stanford on offense while Todd Beckes
and Lou Lazzara simply shredded offen-
sive linemen from their defensive posi-
Matt Ellis was a pleasant surprise at
tailhack for the Pickers. A converted
receiver, Matt lugged the pigskin 123
times for 682 yards. Matt's super effort
earned him a first team All-County birth.
Roy Stanford, the team's most
valuable player, led all North East
receivers with I6 catches for 224 yards.
Roy was also chosen as an Honorable
Mention defensive back.
Chosen as the team's best defensive
player, Todd Beckes led the gridders
with 84 tackles, even though an injury
kept him out of two games. Todd was
named an Honorable Mention defen-
Lou Lazzara, a rookie this year, finish-
ed the year with 19 tackles. Lou played
an integral part in the defensive attack
Another fine performance was turn-
ed in by punter jonathan Karsh as he
averaged 40.5 yards per boot, good
enough for his second time at earning
first team All-County selection at that
A total of eight kick returns for 141
yards were recorded by sophomore
Marking up 80 tackles was junior
Chris Turiczek to give him a fine season.
A sparkplug for the team, lim 'l.l."
lohnson averaged 5.8 yards per carry
by moving the ball a total of 355 yards
with 57 times with the pigskin.
Good things will be seen in the future
from the Cary UCS." Madar coached
gridders who are determined that the
ECL crown be returned to Picker
junior l. I. lohnson breaks through the line.
leff Boerst shows 'team spirit" on the sidelines. Doing the hurdler stretch before the big game is Bill Klenz
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V. Newara. Row 3: B. Wakefield, I. Martin, K. Snyder, K. Zeches, D. Ellsworth, M. Hain, l. Boerst, M. Ellis, M. Fournier, I. Karsh, S. lagoda, P. Vargo, C.
Turiczek, I. Muscarella, T. Beckes, S. Weigle.
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Triana, L. Blakeslee, Coach Murphy.
Question I-low did you feel when you found out that you
were the State Champion Cross Country Team?
"Winning the State Cross Country Meet was like a dream
come true, especially for the seniors who had worked so
hard for so long. It is a feeling I'll never forgetI"
MI felt very happy and very tired and when it finally sank
in, I felt extremely proud to have run on such a team."
l'VVinning the Cross Country State Championship gave
me a feeling that l'll never forget. Few people will ever
experience such a sense of reward and achievement.
After I had learned that our team had taken the gold, all
those hours of hard work and determination were sud-
denly worthwhile, lt was a feeling that will stay with me
for the rest of my life."
"I felt proud to be on a State Champion Cross Country
lIWhen I found out we were State Cross Country Cham-
pions, I was really happy, but it was hard to believe we
l'I felt very proud to be on the team, I was glad North East
took home both trophies."
"It felt great because from then on North East would be
known for more than 'lust a little town you don't hear
too much about '."
l'It was a great feeling.
COACH TED MILLER
'lVVhat the 1982 girls cross country team did in winning
the State Championship was to do exactly what they
were capable of doing, The highest compliment to an
athlete is to reach that potential. I felt it a great honor to
be assisting such a great group of young girls."
Harriers Race With The thing that makes a champion is obvious
It isn't any mystic pretidigitator's stuff.
It's nothing more than giving to whatever be
The power that is in you -, and a small
It isn't any wizardry, it's not a magic gift,
It's merely lifting honestly the load you have
Or, in the game you're playing, it is using all '
Of grit and nerve and energy - and just a
a Champion' Pace
The thing that makes a champion is simple,
plain and clear,
lt's never being llalmostf' lljust about," or
It's summoning the utmost from your spirit's
iiThat little more - how much it is." as deep
and wide and far
As that enormous emptiness from molehill to
The gulf between the earthbound and the
eagles as they soar,
The champions who give their best - and
one iota more.
Question: How did you feel when you found out that you
were the State Champion Cross Country Team?
llWinning states gave me an elation not experienced in
everyday life. Being on such a team was an honor."
'lExcitedl I was finally able to say that we had reached our
goals for the season. I was so happy for the seniors, in-
cluding myself, who had been disappointed the past
three years at state and finally won it."
'll felt very happy because of all the hard work that the
team did really paid off."
UA feeling that I've never felt - it felt like I was on top of
the world and I didn't want to come down, as well as, on
the top of the state of Pennsylvania."
Ult was a meet I waited for all year. All the hard workouts
we ran finally paid off. It was an ecstatic moment after
the race. One I'll never forget. I was honored to be a part
of the Pennsylvania State Championship Team."
"We waited a long time for the Championship and when
it was finally ours it was great. The feeling was total ex-
citement. We were the Cross Country State Champions
of PA. A dream come true!"
"I found it difficult to believe since I had placed 60th in
the State Meet."
llWhen I found out, it felt like I just accomplished the best
thing in my life, and I was proud to be on the team and to
know that I had a part in that victory."
COACH IACK POWER
UAS if one of the dreams of my life had come true, and
also - tremendous pride to be associated with such a
fine group of young men who were able to respond to
this challenge and win."
On November 4, 1982 at Lehigh
University, eight men from North East
High School reached out to obtain a
goal. As the gun sounded, a flurry of
bodies sprinted toward a chance for
greatness. At no point during the race
was the victory obviously secured by
After the race, it was clear that the
State Championship was between two
teams. As the announcement rang out,
the representatives from a small town in
the northwestern part of the state, who
were known as the Picker Harriers, re-
joiced in victory. Winning by two points
over a strong Lansdale Catholic team,
the Pickers were rewarded for their
months of hard work by the ultimate
victory, a state title.
Leading the Picker team, for the final
time, were three senior co-captains.
Gene Gray, who held the number one
position all four years of his high school
career, finished fourth place in the state
earning him All-State status. Close
behind Gene, Senior Rick Eaton finished
seventh place in the state, also earning
him All-State honors. loe Allessie,
finishing his elaborate career at North
East, ran to a 31st place finish. These
three seniors led the team to five team
championships. An amazing statistic is
that they finished 1, 2, 3 respectively at
the McDowell Invitational and at the
county meet. Senior Mark Koch, and
lunior, Keith lones assured the victory
for the Pickers at the state meet placing
56th and 60th respectively.
Sophomore Dave Girts and Senior
Rich Bardol served as displacement men
at the state contest, finishing in 69th and
99th places. Senior alternate, leff Cor-
chado played an important role in this
year's team. Contributing encourage-
ment and leadership, leff was a key
member of the team.
Losing only twice all year, the Pickers
brought home titles in the McDowell
and Central Catholic lnvitationals, along
with gaining County, District 10 and
State Meet laurels. Six Picker Harriers are
lost to graduation but with a powerful
IV team, which gained victories at
McDowell, Central Catholic and the
County Meets, plus two experienced
varsity members, the 1983 edition of
North East Cross Country looks good.
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Mark Koch gives it his all at the County Meet,
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Hard work certainly paid off for the
1982 version of the north East girls cross
country team as they brought home the
gold from the PIAA State Championship
meet in November. The girs were
under the direction of 25 year veteran
coach Ted PTiger" Miller, who certainly
proved his excellant coaching ability
The season started early in August for
the thirteen girls who stuck out the
season. Team members included Kim
Clougherty, Liz Ellison, Cathy Fields,
Anne Gray, Karen Kruk, Heidi Laber,
Marie Latxague, Eileen Lebold, leanne
Lebold, Maureen O'Leary, Laurie
Trocki, Beth Weber and Gretchen
Weber. The girls ran to an undefeated
dual meet season with an excellent in-
vititational record to match.
First place honors were taken at the
McDowell and Central Catholic Invita-
tionals, and the Gannon Invitational in
the AAA division. Second place honors
were captured at the California State in-
vitational in Pittsburgh were North East
raced some of the finest Pennsylvania
teams and finished only behind a AAA
County, district and state competition
proved not much tougher for the
female harriers as they did equally well
in these meets. The varsity team of
Gray, Latxague, E. Lebold, I. Lebold,
O'Leary, B. Weber and G. Weber raced
to a new record of 16 points, just barely
missing a shut-out. Al-county runners
included Gray, E. Lebold, I. Lebold,
O'Leary, B. Weber, and G. Weber.
The shut-out became a reality at the
District 10 meet where the girls once
again set a record low score of 15
points. Eileen Lebold, leanne Lebold,
Gretchen Weber, Beth Weber, Anne
Gray, Maureen O'Leary and Liz Ellison
finished 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 13 respec-
tively, This was the first time a perfor-
mance of this caliber has ever been
seen at the District 10 competition.
The future looked bright as the girls
traveled down to Lehigh University for
the State Meet. North East was not even
listed as a contender for the state title
when they arrived, but everyone was
speaking of the maroon and gold har-
riers by the time they left. The North
East girls were in control by the half way
point, and by the finish they had racked
up only 55 points, yet another record
for low scores in the state competition.
Finishing in places 5, 7, 8, 14, 21, 41, and
100 were leanne Lebold, Eileen Lebold,
Gretchen Weber, Beth Weber, Anne
Gray, Maruenn O'Leary, and Liz Ellison.
The girls' championship, along with
the boys' championship, was still
another first in that no team had ever
won the both the girls' and boys' state
championships in the same sport in the
same year. North East had certainly
made itself known throughout the state
and the North East girls' cross country
team may be proud of its accomplish-
Lady Harriers Grab The Gold. .
At the starting line!
Coach Miller gives a pep talk at the send off
for the Girl's Cross Country Team.
Eileen Lebold, Jeanne Lebold, and Gretchen Weber lead the pack
L. to R., Row 1: L. Ellison, M. Latxague, K. Kruk, L, Trocki, K. Clougherty. Row 2: C. Field, H. Laber, A. Gray, G. Weber, I. Lebold, Coach Ted Miller, M. O'Leary, B. Weber, E. Lebold.
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The success of the 1982 volleyball
season proved to the young Picker team
how determination can make a winning
Leading the Picker pride was Chris
Spacht who was voted MVP and Most
Outstanding Player of the year. Lauren
Coletta was the best setter and Rose Zuc-
colotto, the best spiker. Gretchen
Shroeder and Debbie Holl were most im-
proved. Boasting the best serving record
was LeAnn Parmenter.
The success of the Picker team was due
to the dedication of their coach, Mrs.
Sherri Rizzo, who was also former NE
Coach Rizzo had a few comments on
her first year as Varsity Volleyball coach:
llThis year was very interesting. The
team was very inexperienced and young,
but they showed that with a little deter-
mination, dedication, and enthusiasm, you
can win. Next year, they will be a lot
stronger and more aggressive and will win
quite a few more games."
UThe girls are all great. They have a
good, positive attitude and want to im-
prove. That's the most important thing."
UThere is a lot of potential in the team.
lt's just a matter of working hard to bring it
out. Once we have done that - watch
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L. to R, Row 1: D. Spacht, P. Wagner, B
MacDougall, D. Holl, L. Foster. Row 2: C
Schull, L. Parmenter, C. Schroeder, I. Ellis, S
Orloff, L. Coletta. Row 3: C. Spacht, A
lohnson, P. Feucht, K. Garfield, I. Allen, R
Zuccolloto, K. McGrath, Head Coach: Mrs
Linksmen Drive to Second in the Count
N82 was certainly a good year for
Picker golf. The linksmen placed second
in the Erie County League after losing a
close play-off match with Corry. At the
tough county meet, William C. Lewis,
Cary Hess, and Sam Ciminnisi finished
second, third, and fifth respectively in
the county. Also in l982, North East
held its first invitational meet, the
Lakeview Invitational. Out of an eight
team powerhouse, the Pickers placed a
respectable fourth place. Coming
through for the North East Linksmen out
of a starting field of 160 golfers were
William G. Lewis at tlth, Sam Ciminnisi
placing 19th, and Gary Hess in the 29th
Melissa Kaye was the team's only
female, and she became the first lady to
earn a letter on the golf team. After
placing fourth in district competition,
Melissa earned a trip down state.
Honored by being named the most
improved golfer was Sam Ciminnisi,
While Gary Hess received the honor of
scoring the most points.
William G. Lewis was recognized with
the accolade of the Most Valuable
Player for the year. Lewis boasted a
record of seven wins and two losses.
Out of his nine matches, Gary Hess
lost only one, and Ciminnisi finished the
season with the same record of 7-2 that
Leading the team with the lowest
averages were Lewis with 78.0 strokes
and Gary Hess with 82.7. Close behind
them were Sam Ciminnisi who averaged
a score of 82.8 and Mike Chace whose
average was only 89.4. Miss Kaye com-
pleted her season with an average of
97.0. With six returning letter winners,
the golf team looks very promising for
the future. Leading and instructing the
linksmen was Coach Arnold l'Rip"
I may allow myself t stand proud, yet not place
myself higher than others.
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Basketball has tome to mean something special
to the girls of NEHS. In the last few years, the girls'
team has been taken for granted, they are
automatic ally expected to be in the play-offs each
year and to be seen as the first or second best team
in the county. After losing four outstanding seniors
last year, the girls had much rebuilding to do in
order to meet the expectations of local round-ball
fans. They worked and sweated as a team as they
pulled all of their abilities and skills together into
quite an awesome team.
Although they lost two pre-season games to
Saint Benedict's and Erie Tech by less than ten
points, they bounced back and defeated Harbor-
creek, Fairview, Corry, Seneca, and Northwestern
by wide margins. In a grueling game with Fort
LeBoeuf, they suffered an unforgettable one-point
loss. A loss of this kind could have sent their heads,
and spirits, spinning. In spite of this crucial loss, the
ladies bounced back into action with wins over
General McLane and Girard. In another very impor-
tant doubleheader game against Iroquois, the Picker
roundballers fell one point short at the sound of the
In the second half of county play, North East an-
nihilated Harborcreek, Fairview, Corry, Seneca,
Northwestern, McLane, Girard, and rival Iroquois. In
what was predicted to be an easy match, the girls
were stunned by a three point loss to Fort LeBoeuf.
All in all, the lady hoopsters have lost only three
league games by less than five points - awesome!
Christmas, usually a time to rest basketball in-
terests, was truly different here in Picker Country.
The girls hosted their Second Annual Christmas
Tournament. On the first night, North East bested
East, and Villa subdued Academy. The next evening
saw Academy defeating East with Villa over North
After the regular season ended for most county
teams, the North East gals advanced to post-season
play. In the first play-off game, the game that would
decide which team would win the second half title
and face the first half winner for the county cham-
pionship, they faced the tough Iroquois team for
the third time. Leading 27-17 at the half, the Pickers
hit a cold spell in the third quarter while the Braves
of Iroquois hit red hot. The girls were caught on the
short end 56-48 when time ran out. Although it
ended in this heartbreaking game, the girls' perfor-
mance in county play was nothing short of out-
By a unanimous vote, senior Sue Baldwin was
named to the first team All County. Selected for the
third team was junior Kelly Miller, and Tami Elchyn-
ski was recognized with an honorable mention in
her final year of school ball.
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Determined Pickers Dribble and Drive
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Parmenter. Row 2: Coach Carol Fletcher, M. O'Leary, S Baldwin, K. Miller, L. Langowski, I. lensen, R. Boerst, A.
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The North East basketball team had a new look
this season under rookie Head Coach Rick Maas.
Coat h Maas took over for Ed Kuhar, who resigned
after two years at the reign Coach Maas turned
around the North East program by producing a I5-
lti overall, and ll-7 county record. The Pickers
finished tied for third with the Harborcreek and
Corry, but Corry went to the playoffs, as they won
the tie-breaking formula. Coach Maas promised ex-
citing, fast-paced ball this season and didn't let the
fans down. The Pickers had ten games this season
which were won or lost by three or less points.
With only three returning lettermen - Seniors
Matt Artise and lohn Rizzo and lunior Chris
Blakeslee - the Pickers had their work cut out for
them But with transfer student Kent Maroglio,
senior returnee Nick Meyers, along with other
Seniors, lim Hartz, and Chris Fox, luniors Matt Four-
nier and lerry lobczynski, and Sophomore loel
Walz, the Pickers added the depth they needed.
Pickers jumped out to a quick 2-0 record and
then faltered against East and Tech. The Pickers lost
their initial county game to Harborcreek 63-65.
After that the roundballers reeled off six straight
victories to tie for second place and ready to do
battle with first place Iroquois. lroquois, though,
showed why they went to 18-0, and they dealt the
Pickers a 75-51 reversal. North East played its
poorest game at Girard, falling behind 22-6 and los-
ing 68-52, and finishing their first round at 6-3, good
enough for third place.
The boys opened second half play with their
finest game of the year, dominating Harborcreek
with a 80-73 victory. After losses to Fairview and
Corry, North East started rolling again. The squad
rolled to four straight victories, including an exciting
triple overtime 63-61 victory over Fort LeBoeuf.
The largest crowd ever to watch a home game
showed up against the Braves, filling the large gym.
With the famed ubleacher bums", the Pickers were
ready for the Braves. North East jumped out to an
early lead, but trailed at halftime 31-25. In the sec-
ond half, Iroquois showed their talents. The Braves
were too tough, as the local lads lost 65-50. With
their playoff hopes on the line, the roundballers
built an eleven point lead over Girard. The boys
upped this margin to fifteen points early in the third
quarter, but the hustle of the jackets caused the
lead to see-saw back and forth in the final quarter
with the lackets winning 57-55 as the buzzer
sounded and ended a very successful season.
Coach Maas accomplished his goal, that is, to
bring respect back to Picker Country in boys'
Special accolades went to Kent Maroglio, Chris
Blakeslee, and lohn Rizzo. Kent racked up over
1000 career points while also being chosen to par-
ticipate the City-County game. Chris was voted
second team All-County, and lohn was named
Honorable Mention All-County.
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Under the direction of coaches leff
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the Pickers placed within the three top
positions. The team had several goals
this season, many were accomplished.
This year's team has displayed great
depth as well as an improved attitude.
Taking their sport very seriously, the
team members are dedicated to win-
ning. 'lThe team has been able to pull
themselves together and push each
other toward their goals," commented
One of the main goals was to place
well at the Erie County Tournament. A
good team effort paid off with a third
place finish. The performances of Larry
Morton, Mike Mazza, and lacob
Lechtner with first place titles, Scott
Orloff in second place, and Mike
Lechtner, Todd Post, and Scott Post at
fourth place, gave the grapplers their
desired victory. All agree that the
season highlight was the capture of
third place at their own North East Tour-
nament. There were nine other teams
at this tournament meaning very tough
competition. This tourney was spon-
sored by the North East Sports Boosters
to which the team is indebted. In first
place was Larry Morton, lacob Lechtner
and leff Koford were second, Scott
Orloff placed thirdr Mike Mazza, Todd
Post, and Bill lslenz were in fourth place.
Another triumph was the first place
finish in the Cambridge Springs Tourna-
ment. Trophy winners were champions
Larry Morton, lacob Lechtner, Bill Klenz,
and leff Koford, in second place Mike
Lechtner, Mike Mazza, and Scott Post,
in third place, Tony Voorhis and Tony
Mazza, and Todd Post and Roger Shafer
in fourth place. One contest in which
great expectations were not unwar-
ranted was the Chippewa Tournament
at Doylestown, Ohio, where Pickers
Mike Mazza and leff Koford won cham-
pion honors. Larry Morton and lacob
Lechtner took second place. In third
was Tony Voorhis, and Scott Post was
The team had the pleasure of having
exchange student lorge Tomizawa as a
team member. 'll enjoyed very much to
be on the wrestling team," said lorge.
He feels that the coaching staff and
fellow team members treated him very
The coaches believe the junior varsity
team has taken on a serious attitude and
work very hard. This makes the team's
future look very promising. Coach
Madar noted, llThe junior varsity team
has done its job well this year." This job
was to learn the basic skills of wrestling
and to challenge the position of the var-
sity wrestlers. The Pickers should be a
strong contender in Erie County wres-
tling for the next few seasons.
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If a single phrase if used to describe the 1982-83
edition of the North East varsity swimmers, it would
be 'lThe Comeback Team of the Year." Last
season: a 1-9 Erie County League record put the
Picker Fish in the league's cellar. When the 1982-83
season ended the Pickers were the champions of
the Erie County with a 9-1 league mark. The team's
roster was basically the same, So what turns a 1-9
team to the 9-1 E.C.L. Champs in one year?
340,000 years of hard work and the elimination of
the word Pcan't." A Picker squad led by four
seniors who were looking for their fourth varsity
letter and their first Erie County League Crown
opened the season with some good times, but
dropped an independent meet to Oil City. The set-
back did not temper a Picker goal to take the
league. Bill Murray, Chris Laber, Clint Reid and lim
Holl set a torrid pace as the team members began
to pull for each other. The Picker Fish topped
league rival Iroquois by a 77-50 count.
Corry was the Ficker's next victim, the Beavers
falling 58-69. Girard went down 87-33 in a one-
sided Picker win. The Pickers next took on the Har-
borcreek Huskies in a contest with special meaning
to the North East team. No one on the Picker roster
had beaten the Huskie tankers. As the E.C.L.
leaders, the Pickers were aiming to turn the tide. A
30-point Picker win kept the North East team
unbeaten in league action with CVOSS-County rival
Fairview the next foe. Like those coming before,
the Tigers came up short. But the competition was
tough. North East emerged the victor, by a 63-61
count, and the Pickers were unbeaten in first round
action. The Picker Fish remained alone at the top of
the E.C.L. standings through the second round,
stopping Iroquois, Corry, Girard and Harborcreek
again. The E.C.L. Title was assured, but Fairview re-
mained as the only hurdle to a perfect league
season. 9-0 was not to be. The Picker Fish lost a
single meet in E.C.L. action and the champions
stand on a 9-1 league record.
Leading the Pickers on the scoreboard and in the
practice lanes were co-captains Bill Murray and
Chris Laber. Murray set the pace with 162 dual
meet points. He broke a ten-year old school record
in the 100-yard breaststroke and was undefeated in
the 100-yard butterfly. The 'lAll-County" flyer set a
second school record in the PIAA District 10 Cham-
pionships with a first place 155.76 effort. Murray's
District 10 championship is the first for a Picker
swimmer since 1973. Chris Laber tallied 137Vz dual
meet points with 30 first place and 10 second place
efforts. He won 'lAll-County" honors in the 200-
Mark Ford, Mike Alcorn, lim Holland Clint Reid
were next in team scoring. Alcorn was the E.C.L.'s
top diver and finished in the number two spot in
the District 10 Championships. His silver medal at
Edinboro qualified him for the State Championship
Meet. Mike, a sophomore, is the youngest male
Picker swimmer to make the trip to State Cham-
The E.C.L. team trophy, a District 10 butterfly
champion, two new varsity records, and two
qualifiers for States - 1983 was a very good year.
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What do you do to top an undefeated league
season, a 14-1 dual meet record, and a second
place finish in District X competition? That was the
challenge that lay before the 1983 edition of the
girls' varsity swimming team. Practice opened in late
October with 16 girls. With eight members of the
'82 team not on the roster for the new season, the
ability to meet the season standard of the '82 Picker
team looked like a long shot.
Hard work was the order for the early season.
The North East girls can never forget the coach's
words as they started their first meet of the season
against Oil City. 'lYou're in better shape than they
are. Don't let up." And in better shape the Pickers
were. At the meet's end, North East was on the
winning side of an 94-36 score.
Two weeks later the girls took to the road against
Warren. The margin of victory was as thin as it
could be cut, but a come-from-behind effort by the
Picker free relay allowed the Picker Fish to hand
Warren their first defeat in their new Umeter pool."
McDowell was the Picker gals' final tune-up for
their ECL schedule. The Fish broke a 56-55 tie with a
1-3 free relay finish and logged a 66-60 victory. Har-
borcreek was the Picker's next victim. North East,
though, did not permit their rivals to win a single
event. Fairview provided the competition to close
the first half of the ECL race. The Pickers swam to a
62-60 win. Meadville stopped the girls' winning
streak at five. The District champs hammered the
pickers by a 78-87 count. A rematch with
McDowell was the means of getting back on the
winning trail. The ladies tallied a 71-56 victory. Two
more non-league meets put NEHS at 8-1 to begin
the second half of their ECL schedule. Mindy
Paschke set a record in the 200 individual medley
Round two saw the Picker wave roll over Girard,
Harborcreek and Fairview. A spirited Picker team
proved themselves champions as they finished the
league at 6-0 and the season at 12-1. The Lady Fish
won their third straight league championship and
repeated as the District X Runner-Up. Stacey
Lowes, lulie Rouse, and Mindy Paschke won All-
County laurels in individual events, and the state
qualifying free relay of Paschke, Lowes, Rouse and
A. 1. johnson also took All-County honors. Lowes
and Paschke qualified for the PIAA State Champion-
ships. Missy Paschke was the team's leading scorer
with 134 points and was followed by Lowes with
126. Filling out the top five scorers were lohnson,
Rouse, and Leslie Vaughn.
Yes, the Lady Picker Fish met the challenge in
1983. The champs issued a challenge of their own
for next year's squad: repeat again by winning a
fourth straight ECL Championship and extending
the Picker winning streak in the league to three
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L. to R., Row 1: I. Trippe, R. Bardol, T. Meehl, P. Brown, l. Reese, D. Garfield, l. Gibbs. Row 2: D. Gabriel, G. Lyons, T. Spacht, T. Esterline, B. Zajac, M. Bessetti, B. Kelly, l. Brink. Row 3: S.
lagoda, M. Seymour, T. Richards, A. Hopkins, B. Zajac, B. Bessetti, B. Pierce.
Mr. Ed Koster, bowling advisor
The Wednesday Boys Bowling League ha always been a great winter
activity at North East High School. It was started around 1967 by Mr.
Koster who is still the advisor and league coach. During the first year, 5
boys with the highest averages in the league, participated in the annual
High School Tournament. Other teams from Erie County also par-
ticipated in it, but the boys from North East prevailed. The same thing
will be taking place this year at Greengarden Lanes. The 5 boys with the
highest averages are: Brian Zajac 200, Mark Bessetti 184, Brian Pierce
178, Bill Zajac 174, and Rich Bardol 170.
The Boy's League bowled 3 rounds of 24 games with one team win-
ning each round. The team that won round one was Team 111 with a
record of 17-7. They also tied The Ultimate Strike Force for first place in
the second round with a 16-8 record. The winners of the third round
were The Athletic Supporters with a 15-9 record. These three teams will
bowl against each other, and the league champions will be decided by
the team with the most total pins after three games. The Ultimate Strike
Force will be trying to win the championship for the second straight
time as they were also last year's co-champs. The winning team will
receive trophies awarded by Mr. Ed Gorniak, the new owner of North
Besides regular league play, there are also many junior tournamnets
that you can enter. Some of these are House Eliminations, Holiday
Mixed Doubles, and the Adult-lunior Tournament. Earlier this year, the
House Eliminations Tournament was held. Two teams will be represent-
ing North East and if one of them makes the cut, probably the top five
in their division, they will qualify to bowl in the State Finals in Hershey,
Pa. Last summer there was a four man team representing North East at
tournament in Columbus, Ohio. They were Bill and Brian Zajac and
Mark and Brian Bessetti. The teamplaced 5th out of the 33 teams in their
division. The tournament included teams from 15 states around the
northeastern part of the U.S.
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L to R., lst Row T Bardol, T Pasquale, S Tramantana, K. Koller, P. Wagner 2nd Rowt D. Allen. 3rd Row: A. Brink, R. Beers, C, Malta, P. Feucht, P. Newara, K. Benden,
Another successful year of girls' bowling was enjoyed this year under
the direction of Miss Cherylne Dohmen, the advisor. Playing on the
allies of North East Bowling Lanes, the girls met every Monday
throughout the school year. Two young ladies bowled over a 200
game. ln tournament action KarenKoller tallied 242 points. A fine 237
game was rolled by senior Patty Newara. Boasting the highest team
average was Tina Bardol, who averaged 165 pins per game. At the end
of the first half, the team consisting of Karen Koller, Shelly Tramantana,
Pam Wagner, and Kim Pasquale earned a first place ranking in the North
East league, During the second half action, another team struggled to
the top. The combination of Tina Bardol, Karen Benden, Prudy Eeucht,
and Patty Newara proved to be the first place team.
Highlighting Picker bowling in the 1982-83 season was the North East
Tournament. Knocking down pins for the North East ladies were the
fearsome five of Karen Benden, Prudy Feucht, Karen Koller, Shelly
Tramantana, and Pam Wagner. They bowled in the tourney being that
they held the highest averages at the time.
Each girl of the bowling team had her share of good times. Strikes and
spares were causes of excitement. Cutter balls were taken good-
naturedly. Bowling will be a special memory for all of the girls involved.
The weekly games brought the girls closer together so that each team
formed close relationships. Bowling also provided a challenge and a
chance to improve one's skill. The lady bowlers are grateful to Miss
Dohmen for sharing her time and to the North East Bowling Lanes for
use ot the facilities. Good bowling makes good times,
Assistance is given to the Lady Bowlers by Advisor Miss Cherlyne Dohmen
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lt is a time when the school, in its entirety, is united and becomes
g involved in school activities, Spirit Week allows each class to show
their enthusiasm and support for the school. lt is a time of fun,
competition, and tobviouslyj SPIRIT, which is essential in having a
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This year's theme was designated as the i'Wild, Wild West."
The classes competed in numerous activities that accumulated
points. At the end of the week, these points determined the class
with the most spirit. Points could be earned by writing the best
slogans, buying the most "purple circles," having the greatest
number dress up in western wear, and saying the slogan to the
"Mystery Cheerleader," Bringing the week to a climactic closing
was a pep assembly. As in the past years, a class yelling contest
was held then. Each student shouted at the very limit of his voice,
"Wei We don't! We don't mess around! Yah, we don't mess
around!" A group of faculty determined the loudest class which
was thus awarded more points. Triumphantlyg the senior class
literally stepped onto the gym floor when it was announced that
they were victorious in the Spirit Week contest, Oh, the sweet
taste- of victory! The seniors paraded about the gym floor as the
class president, Lou Lazzaraj proudly waved the spirit stick above
his head. That stick was a symbol of full class participation and
During the half-time show of the homecoming game, each class
displayed its float representing the !'Wild, Wild West." Spirit
Week was a good time thanks to the hard work of cheerleaders
and participation of the students.
ild, Wild West Stampedes Homecoming
Homecoming 1982 was a great success, and a good
time, on and off of the playing field Things got off on
the right foot Friday night as the Picker football team
dominated that of Northwestern for a 22-8 Picker vic-
tory. The halftime show proved exhilarating as the dif-
ferent classes displayed their expertise in float-
building. Guided by the theme, llWild, Wild West,"
such things as saloons, cowboys, dancing girls, hay
bales, and poker players appeared on the floats. A
spectacular half-time show was performed by the
NEHS marching band. Following was the procession of
the twelve members of the court. Each couple was
awarded the luxury of riding in shining sports cars. All
of this came to a climax when lonathan Karsh and
Grace Norvaisa were crowned as Homecoming 1982
King and Queen. On Saturday night, things got rockin'
and rollin' to the music of Off-Balance. The music pro-
vided great entertainment for all of those in atten-
dance, as everyone was still excited from the previous
night's festivities. In keeping with the theme, the
cafeteria was decorated with a western-style design.
Homecoming '82 was sponsored by the varsity
cheerleaders, advised by Mrs. Towner. These girls also
organized the Spirit Week activities.
Queen Norvaisa and King Karsh dancing up a wild time in the spotlight.
Lassoing up some fun is the 1982 Homecoming court. L. to R.: Kathy McGrath, Eileen Lebold, Shelly Raven, Sue Baldwin, Sheila McDaniel, Queen Grace Norvaisa, King lon
Karsh, Phil Brown, Paul Bosak, Chris Laber, loe Allessie. Absent from photo lim Holl.
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During the North East Grape Festival held every
September, a new Pennsylvania State Grape Queen is
crowned. The new queen then represents Pennsylvania's
grape industry by presenting grape products at farm shows
and conventions held throughout the state.
There was standing room only in the YMCA gymnasium
on the exciting evening of September 16, 1982. A large
crowd had gathered to witness the 1982 Pennsylvania State
Grape Queen coronation. As the crowd held their breath in
anticipation, State Representative Harry Bowser, emcee for
the evening, made the announcement, l'And the new Penn-
sylvania State Grape Queen is . . . Sheila McDaniel!" Sheila
joyously accepted her crown and then said a few words.
Awarded the position of first runner-up was Seneca High
School student ludy Maas who also was voted llMiss Con-
geniality." Second runner-up was NEHS senior Shelly Raven.
At the beginning of the evening's program, an opening
address was given by Robert Welsh, president of the North
East Community Fair Association, Next, the judges were in-
troduced as Stuard Deaner, president of the Erie Civic Music
Association, Erie County Executive ludy Lynch, and loey
their knowledge of the grape and wine-making industries
was George Sceiford of Penn Shore Winery.
Mayor Thomas Scrimenti escorted the girls to the stage in
alphabetical order. Each of the young ladies wore a full
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jhelly Raven, second runner-up, PA Grape Queen Sheila McDaniel and ludy
unner-up and Miss Congeniality share excitement of the Grape Queen pageant.
length evening gown. Sheila appeared in red and green,
plaid taffetta. Each girl introduced herself and her parent or
parents in the audience. Each contestant then answered the
uestion: llWhat would you do to promote the grape in-
ustry in Pennsylvania?" A question was then drawn at ran-
dom and answered by each young lady. To learn about the
subject matter of the questions the contestants had earlier
toured local wineries and businesses dealing with the grape
All night at the Prom, couples dance up a good time.
Venus Romanizes Prom '82
Queen Vicki and King Matt share a dance at Prom '82.
Tuxedoes, gowns, corsages, fine cuisine, dancing, and
just the word llprom" conjures up a sense of happiness and
elegance. Prom 1982 only adds to this connotative meaning. In
a nutshell, it was a good time.
Most couples arrived at the North East Country Club after
dining out. They were met at the door by servants ap-
propriately dressed in Roman togas, since the prom theme was
'lVenus-Goddess of Love." Tall Roman columns stood on
either side of the dance floor, keeping with the Latin at-
mosphere. The face and flowing hair of Venus adorned the
programs, napkins, and complimentary mugs. Large posters
hanging on the walls also bore her profile. Music for this even-
ing of April 17 was by Friction. At the evening's height, the
court was called forward for the coronation of the king and
queen. To the delight of many, Matt Sheridan and Vicki Didion
were coronated the royal couple, and they enjoyed a spotlight
dance together. After the sensational evening came to its end,
many couples danced until the wee hours of the morning to
the sounds of Rix Music Road Show at the after-prom. The
event was much more casual, namely jeans and sneakers.
Chaperones were some parents of the juniors since the junior
class was entirely responsible for the good times of the prom.
Playing until 5 a.m. Sunday morning, Rix Music Road Show pro-
vided the hottest hits to dance to, and thus concluded an even-
ing never to be forgotten.
Ellis, Puccio Reign at Sweet Dreams Morp
A fabulous Valentine's dance sponsored by the
wrestling cheerleaders, the Morp is held in honor of
the wrestlers. lt is a semi-formal dance modeled after
the prom. fThe word llmorp" is simply llprom" spelled
backwardsl However, the cheerleaders have added a
unique twist. The girls are requested to escort their
dates to dinner and then to the dance, where the
ladies are required to be "perfect gentlemen."
Highlighting the dance was the crowning of a
cheerleader llking" and a wrestler 'lqueenf' This
reversal of roles insured a good time for all involved.
The festivities created a night of l'Sweet Dreams," the
theme for Morp 1982.
The court consisted of six wrestlers and six
cheerleaders. The gentlemen vying for 'queen" were
Matt Ellis, lake Lechtner, Mike Mazza, Tony Mazza,
Scott Post, and Dave Rutledge. The ladies contending
for the title of llking" were loanne Fails, Sheila
Gallagher, Chris lenks, Fran Puccio, Lisa Tramantana,
and Mary Zawodnik. After the votes were tallied, Matt
Ellis was given a tiara and cape, and Fran Puccio donn-
ed a l'manly" crown. The two delighted in a spotlight
dance to the song 'lSweet Dreams." Providing the
music for the unique event was Rix Music Road Show.
Queen Matt Ellis and King Fran Puccio share the first dance of the 1982 Sweet Dreams Morp spon
sored by the wrestling cheerleaders.
Dancing to the music of Rix Music Road Show, guests of the wrestling cheerleaders enjoy a good time
"Don't Drink . . ..
Practicing lines and moods is the cast of the 1983 senior class play who presented Woody Allen's 'lDon't Drink the Water," L. to R., Row 1: I. Karsh, l. Rizzo, D. Shultz, R. I
Stanford. Row 2: T. Meehl, N. Meyers, T. Luce, I, Keddie, M. Cunningham, C. Butler.
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Axel Magee ......
Marion Hollander .
Walter Hollander . .
Susan Hollander .,..
Communist guard .
Sultan of Bashir . . .
Sultan's Wife ...,.
Countess Bordoni .
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. . .Roy Stanford
. . . . Tony Meehl
. . . . . loe Keddie
. . . . .Nick Meyers
. . Sheila McDaniel
. . . .Tony Voorhis
. . .Donna Schultz
. . . . . Chip Butler
. . . Pamela Artlip
. . . . . Bill Lewis
. . . . . . Lisa Young
. . . . . Tony Voorhis
Pam Artlip, Sheila McDaniel and Tony Voorhis take a break after a vigorous rehear-ll
sal for the Senior Class Play. Q
Director lack Power and Assistant Director Marge Brown discuss scenes with Student Director Iulie Babay
CLASS PLAY SET BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN
Set somewhere behind the Iron Curtain in an American Embassy, the senior class play, Don 't
Drink the Water, was a sensational hit. Written by Woody Allen, the comedy tells the story of
American tourists forced to seek asylum in the embassy run by the blundering son of the
American ambassador. The student production of March '16, I7, 18 was under the direction of
Mr. lack Power. Assisting Mr. Power was Marjorie Brown.
Narrating the play, as well as acting in it, is Father Drobney, a priest seeking asylum in the
embassy of the non-Christian country. The play opens with Ambassador Magee placing the
embassy in the charge of his bumbling son, Axel, while the ambassador is on leave. Soon
thereafter, Walter and Marion Hollander hysterically burst into the embassy with their beautiful
daughter Susan. They explain that they have been chased by the Communist Police. Momentarily
after they leave the room, Krojack, the menacing and vicious head of the Secret Police, enters.
Axel inadvertently and wrongly implies that the Hollanders are spies. Actually they are caterers
from New lersey on vacation, Krojack orders the building to be surrounded. The 'lspies" are to
either come out or spend the rest of their lives in the embassy.
Because of the work of Axel, a spy trade is set up. The Hollanders are to be traded for a
Communist spy, the illustrious Grey Fox. As the Hollanders are preparing to leave, news comes
that the deal is off. The Grey Fox has committed suicide. This is crushing news. The first act
concludes with Susan Hollander and Axel Magee kissing since they have fallen in love.
In act two, Axel designs a plan with the help of FatherDrobney by which the Hollanders may
escape. The plan fails when Walter blunders, but an ingenius back-up plan is successful. At the
play's conclusion, it is announced that Axel and Susan plan to get married. As they saying goes,
they all lived happily ever after.
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Stage Crew Eileen Lebold
Set Construction Scott Mealy
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"OfffBaIance" brings down the roof
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daniohl, T. Gorniak, I. Carley. Row 31 R Luke, I. Fink, I. Sholtis, T. Keith, S. Loucks, T. Hazen, T. Corniak, A. Goettman. Row 4: A. Walz, E. Harwood, C. Murphy, D Wernheimer I
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L to R., Row 1: T. Tresler, M. Seymore, T. Richards, B. McClelland. Row 2: P. Brown, I. Rouse, P. Bosak, T Cayano, I Macintosh Row 3: I. Karsh, I,
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Pep band consists ol
ninth, tenth, eleventh,
and twelfth grade
band members. The
band is organized by
the president, Chris
Laber, who has
introduced many new
tunes to the club such
as l'Fame," "Start Me
Up," MABC Wide
World of Sports,"
l'Looney Tunes" and
others. These add
excitement to the
games along with the
lloldies but goodies"
such as llBudweiser
Song," 'School Song,"
Anthem." The band's
main purpose is to
help make school
sports a little more
lively. Pep band is an
essential part to the
success of pep rallies
and the sendoff of
NEHS athletes to State
Meets. This year the
pep band developed a
good rapport wit the
Bleacher Bums. The
combination of band
and Bleacher Bums
truly boosts the
athletes on the court
and makes for a good
Squires of Dance Band Iazz It Up
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L, to R., Row lt Sheila McDaniel. Row 2: Shelly Raven, Robin Mong, Teri Luce, Diane Rutledge, Grace Norvaisa. Row 3: Karen Magoon, Kelly Scepura, Kira Orton, Lisa
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The 1982-83 Wrestling
Cheerleaders' Squad consisted of
six enthusiastic members: Captain
lof-Xnne Fails, Co-Captain Sheila
Gallagher, Pam Beal, Lisa Haskins,
Karen Page, and Kristi Stokes.
Miss Graf, who was the squad's
advisor, was a great help with
fund raiser and those problems
The primary goal of the squad is
to cheer the wrestling team on to
victory, but it goes much deeper
than this. The girls represent the
school, and they must act in a way
that will show others how spirited
As custom goes, a Morp King
and Queen were chosen from the
wrestlers and cheerleaders. This
year's Uqueen" was Bobby
Wakefield, and the 'king" was
Lisa Haskins. Members of the
court included: loAnne Fails, Pam
Beal, Lisa Haskins, Karen Page,
Kristi Stokes, Sheila Gallagher,
Bobby Wakefield, Scott Post,
lacob Lechtner, lorge Tomizawa,
Mike Mazza, and Larry Morton.
Advisor Miss Graf
Root for Grapplers
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Pam Beal Sheila Gallagher, Co-Captain
Karen Page Kristi Stokes
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Wendy Mead. Advisor: Mrs. Towner
Get Rowd with lr. Hi. Cheerleaders.
L to R , Row 1 Brenda Lucia, Carrie Richter. Row 2: Kim Himes, Lisa Rumberger, Dawn Towsey. Camera Shy: Toni Keopka. Advisor: Miss Graf
Monogram Club A tive Year
P p lub Promotes Schoo Spirit
L lo R Row l B Allen, M Howard, D Lucia
T Lowes, A Walz, I Savage Row 2' C
McDaniel, I Crlberl, T lxnapp, W Meade, C
H1tchcock,L Lobe-rg, B Larson
L to R Row l lx Tnana, lx Buczynsku, lx
Benden, Presudent, V Challa, lx Tuckman, lx
Maas, Row Z, lx McGrath, Vlce-President, E
Otto, I Lesondak, G Toy, E Coletta, M
Pisano, C lohnson, N, Stoddard, L. lxohler, C
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President Row 2: jennifer Brown,
Secretary, Michelle Urban, Treasurer
L, to R., Row 1: I. Brown, B. Miller, S. Cole D Allen B Cavano Row2 E Otto A Brink H Edwards K Morse M Urban A Haslet
FBLA Hosts Regional Meeting
L to R, Row 1: P, Cyranowski,
I Beckes, P. Beal, C. Spacht, P.
Carroll, P Artlip, L, McLurer
Row 2 lx. Benden, M, Vargo
Row 3' N Spacht, P Coburn, T
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Scepura, C, Boyer, A, Orton,
OFFICERS - L, to R.: Pamela
Artlip, Secretary, Phyllis Coburn,
Presidentg Norma Spacht, Vice
President, Maria Pisano,
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Brown, V. Gonzales. Row 3: L. Lafferty, M. Obourn, S Weigle, B. Kugal, T Michaels
L. to R., Row 1: C. Martin, D. Steward, K. Neff, D. Carey. Row 215. Bostwick A Wittman C Seymour l Newton T Davis Camera Shy T Brown
Chorus Concerts Delight Man
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Farru, M. lones, C. Spacht, T. Alford, C. Dempsey.
Every year the junior and senior choruses present their
candlelight Christmas concert for the public following a
preview assembly for the student body the day before. The
senior chorus keeps busy with away concerts by performing Q? 'rin
in Gibson Park, at the Millcreek Mall, and at the Inn at the
Included in this year's concert program were such delights
as i'Tamborine Noel," llOne Small Child," and llSing a Song
of Merry Christmas." Other tunes that pleased audiences
were HSleigh Ride," llSing Now the First Noel," UCalypso
Christmasf' and HAII Through the Night." The Chorus sang
the Spanish song llRiu Riu Chiu" since AFS student Rafael
Farru was part of the chorus.
Spring concerts include a combined concert for the junior
and senior choruses plus assemblies at the other schools in
the district. After a concert at the senior citizen center in
town, the chorus members end their performances by
singing at baccalaureate.
Advisor Miss Brown
Choristers Travel to Distri t orus
L. to R., Row 1: P, Beal, P Rice, I. Russel, A Lang, C Nichols Row 2 B M.ac'DougaII, C Spacht, T Tresler, M Iones, I Shampoe
Iunior Chorus Sings on Key
L toR, Row I lx Vega,L
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Mohnkern, C McDaniel
Row 3 lx Hoyt, A Tran, M
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Benden, lx Buczynslu, I Rouse Row 3 C. McDaniel, R. Young, S, Howard, B Allen, I Beckes. Row 4' R, Spacht, L. Parmenter, Ai Baird, S. Baldwin, D. Kirsch, I. Babay.
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Student Council was a very active
organization this year. In addition to
providing entertainment in the way of
dances and movies, it also helped
achieve harmony with faculty and ad-
ministration, This year's student council
participated in county, state, and
nation-wide student government
organization with which our council
shared its constitution, dance policies,
and effective program of activities. This
year more and more students became
involved with various projects making it
what it is meant to be, a student council.
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L to R Row I l Clougherty, E Leever, A Walz, B Bessetti, E Krug, L Colletta. Row 2' I. Carley, T Cadena, S. Howard, G. Reese, M. Adamus, T. McClimans. Row 3: P. Beal, S.
lxirlt, B Macllougall, E Sveda, C lxrug, P Cyranowski, B Ixrantz,L Parmenter, M Vargo, l Lexow, R Zuccolotto Row 4. S McDaniel, B. Simmons, M. jones, l. Lewis, T. Cavano,
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Early in the school year, the editorial
staff of The Grapevine realized that the
number of reporters had fallen due to
the graduation of many staffers. This
lost talent was quickly replaced by
younger students who joined the staff.
Although many of them had never
before written an article, with basic in-
struction and hard work, these students
found within themselves a new talent.
These talents culminated in an award-
winning newspaper. ln November of
W82, thirty-seven entries in the Penn-
sylvania Scholastic Press Association
tPSPAl state competition garnered
awards Two of these were lxeystone
awards, the highest honor given by the
PSPA The publication as a whole was
given a second award. ln the competi-
tion of the American Scholastic Press
Association, The Grapevine was deter-
mined to have Best Sports Coverage
and also earned the accolade of first
place overall This same honor was
awarded the newspaper by the Colum-
bla Scholastic Press Association. A final
award was garnered from the I-lalldin
Publishing Company Receiving a S300
first award, The Grapevine was
recognized as superior to SOO other
newspapers across the nation published
by the company
EDITORS Penny Cyranowski, Assistant Editor, Chris Spacht, Editor-in-Chief, Pam Beal, Assistant Editor.
Trivia tests takenp Hi-Q Tea r d
L. to R., Row 1: A. Mosier, I. Babay, C. Laker. Row 2. B. Parker, lx. Iones, R. Smith, B. Simmons
Question: 'lFor five points, which organiza-
tion offers good times to students while af-
fording them the chance to find out how
many keys are on a piano?"
Hi-Q is an organization of high school
students knowledgeable in the area of trivia.
Each year, at NEHS, the Hi-Q advisor ad-
ministers a trivia test to interested students.
The four highest scoring people comprise the
regular team. The next two top scoring peo-
ple become alternates.
The Hi-Q team competes at Gannon
University against other schools in the area.
Scholarships are offered by Gannon Universi-
ty to members on those two teams which ad-
vance to the finals of the competition.
N S: Academicall Involved
National Honor Society is compos-
ed of an elite group of students in the
tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades.
The students must have a high
academic background and also be
actively involved in school and out-
side activities. The members must be
leaders and be willing to encourage
other students to perform to the best
of their abilities. Members have
volunteered their time this year at
the local YMCA, where they have
been a real asset to the after-school
child care program.
L. to R., Row lx S. McDaniel, K. McGrath, S. Baldwin, lx. Scepura. Row 2: I. Keddie, A. Mosier, R. DeSimone, I.
Rouse, M. Chace.
alvadorian Delegates Learn b Doing
lQeprest-nting the country ot El
Salvador this year, some NEHS
students broadened their horizons.
These students, who enjoy debating
and role-playing, know that the
logical organization to join tor a good
time is Model UN.
Model United Nations is an
organization whereby students can
present their solutions to current
world problems, Each school within a
specific region or area is assigned a
country within a bloc, for example,
South Africa in the African bloc, By
incorporating role-playing, each
delegation presents resolutions to
world problems in their respective
committee. There are five commit-
tees each representing some dif-
ferent world problem.
A General Assembly convenes at
Cannon University each year. Here
resolutions are presented and
discussed, If a bill passes at General
Assembly, it travels to the United Na-
tions building in New York City.
Scientists Excel at Region Meeting
future scientists earned a
first place award at the
region meeting of PIAS. The
meeting was held at Edin-
boro State College, while
the state meeting was held
at Host Farms in Lancaster,
PIAS tPennsylvania lunior
Academy of Sciencei is
organized to promote a
greater participation in
science activities among the
youth of Pennsylvania, PIAS
allows individuals to par-
ticipate in scientific research
and to travel to regional and
state meetings where
awards are presented PIAS
allows students to create
true scientific attitudes and
incourages the development
of original ideas in science,
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Walsh, I Allessie, S Raven, lx. Pfadt, I, Reiderer
Latin I Going Strong . . .
L to R, Row 1 D. Spacht, S Haskins, T Triana, T. Elkin, D Gross
Row 2' D. Boland, L Rumburger, I Still, S Bannister, C Bosak Row
3, I Cerrie, P Miller, I McGrath, S Marchini, I Reiderer, K Himes,
C Krug, I Seman Row 4 M Lechtner, C. Elias, A Tefft, M. Bar-
nharl, S Houdeshell, R Allessie Row 5 D Dilimone, G Graham, B.
Iones, S. Lamb, K Clougherty, T McDaniel, P. Gallagher, G Lyons
Row 6. K Newara, K. Smith, H Snyder, S. Haas, R Lane, C Black, D
Rizzo Row 7 T Iubb, T Iones, L Langowski, M. Mazza, D. Krenk,
Latin ii, iii, iv Holding I
L. to R., Row I: E. Sveda, A. Lugo, K. Stokes, L. Vaughn, L. Loberg, K. Buczynski, Row Z: G. Melendez, A. Spacht, L. Foster, K. Koller, K Page,
H. Labor, S. Reed, D. Lucia. Row 3: T. Gibbons, B. Schroeder, T. Meehl, L. Lazzara, S. McDaniel, M. Chace, B. Parker, D Garfield, R. Schultz
AFS Completes a Bus Year
As a means of making the year more -
enjoyable for the exchange students, the AFS
club plans activities and outings. ln
September, the club celebrated a good time
as they welcomed their three exchange
students with a party. A movie at a local
theater was enjoyed in the following month.
The club traveled to Glenwood Ice Rink for a 4-3
November skating party. A Christmas party, 'A
where a gift exchange was held, highlighted
the month of December. On a wintry
Saturday, the club enjoyed a sledding party.
Long hours of work were culminated in the
AFS Weekend of March 9 through 12.
Approximately thirty exchange students and
host brothers and sisters in the northwestern
New York-Pennsylvania area spent a long
weekend in North East.
Leading this year's club are President loe
Keddie, Vice-President Amy Mosier, Secretary
Sheila McDaniel, and Treasurer Ron Smith. As
student council representative, Leanne
Pfifmeflfef W0Vl49d to form 3 Strong llEilSOn Kalish, L. Parmenter, C. Hitchcock, K. Walsh, T. Cadena, S. Reed, D. Wescott, l. Keddie, K. Lewis, L. Wagner. Row 3: R
between the Club and Council' Scepura, L. Vaughn, R. Kugal, B. Koch, B. Parker, L. McClure, A. Keefe.
L. to R., Row 1: A Mosier, R. Smith, R. Farru, 1. Tomizawa, M. Latxague, 1. Keddie, R. Shafer. Row 2: Advisor Mrs. loan
uill and Scroll: Honor journalists
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glROTC Trains for Future
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Headed by lieutenant Commander
Vargo and Master Chief Petty Officer at
Arms Anderson is the Navy junior Reserve
Officers Training Corps QNIROTCQ. In this
course of studies the cadets are drilled in
marching formations, inspected regularly,
and taught various subjects such as military
history, navigation, and naval science. The
basic goal of the N IROTC program is to
promote the goals of good citizenship such
as leadership, teamwork, and high
standards of personal conduct and
This year, the unit's first field trip was to
Washington, D.C.!Annapolis area. They
also spent one day at at the U.S. Marine
Corps Base in Quantico, Virgnia, The cadets
then went to the u.sT Naval Academy and
attended the Bosfoh College vs. Navy
football game. The trip was exciting and an
Other activities included parades, bake
sales, an awards ceremony, and the third
annual Christmas Dining ln, which was held
at the Lakeview Country Club.
There are no obligations to sign up in the
service, however, if one chooses to enlist,
ROTC can help you enter at a higher rank,
which in turn means more pay.
Friend of Librar Encourage Stud
Although the North east School
library does not contain 765945, 360
volumes that the Library of
Congress, the worlds largest
liharry, containes, the ILOOO
volumes of the NEHS LIBRARY ARE
TOO MANY FOR ONE LIBRARIAN
TO ORGANIZE Therefore, Mr,
Hughes the lead librarian,
incorporates the help of students
trom the school These students,
the library aides, sacrifice their
study halls in order to serve their
fellow students through the library
As library aides, they bear the
responsibility of signing out books
and magazines When materials are
returned to the library, they must
return them to their proper
position The aides are experienced
in the use of microfilm and filmstrips
and must assist others in their use of
such materials Whenever a student
is having difficulty in locating a
book, the aides are always able and
willing to offer assistance To sign
out magazines to students, the
aides must first locate the requested
magazine trom the files in the back
room They must then be sure that
the proper procedures are
followed in signing out the book. It
is essential that every person using
the library has an identification card.
The aides must maintain the library
security by always checking for ID
A great service is done by these
aides They alleviate some ofthe
work that Mr, Hughes would
otherwise have to do Because of
their assistance, the library at NEHS
runs smoothly and efficiently
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the Class of 1983
Dr. Rudolph C. Rubeis
B.S., Indiana University of Pennsylvania
M.Ed., University of Pittsburgh
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
Dear Members of the Class of 1983:
As you receive your diploma signifying the successful completion
of the requirements for high school graduation, recognize this as the
initial step in a lifetime of educational accomplishments.
Education is a process, a never-ending one, that stimulates the
mind and cultivates the will to achieve. The goal of education is the
advancement of knowledge which insures the continued existence of a
It is my sincere hope that each of you will fully utilize the
knowledge that you acquire to enhance your future educational and
May your life be filled with happiness and may your contributions
to society be worthy of respectful recognition.
Rudolph C. Rubeis
Robert B. Towsey
During your years as a student at North East High School, you
have had many good experiences which formulated the
memories you will cherish for years to come. As a class member
your individual achievements in academic and athletic endeavors,
as well as your concern for your school, have helped to create a
very positive class image.
Five years from now when you join your classmates at that first
class reunion you will share the memories of the PGOOD TIMES."
When you do this, you will begin to realize how special those
good times really were and what the phrase, 1'hold on to those
good times" really means.
Good luck and thank you for making my first year as Assistant
Principal a very memorable one.
Robert D. Rhodes
B.S. Edinboro State College, M.Ed. Edinboro State College
Dear Members of the Class of u83:"
How very appropriate that you have chosen the theme UGOOD
TIMES" for the 1983 Aquilo. The theme reflects a feeling of happiness ex-
perienced during your high school years and an expectation of happiness
to be experienced in the years to come.
Remember, happiness is nearly always a result of hard work. lt is a folly
to imagine that it can result from mere thought, emotion, or sentiment.
Happiness loves to see men at work. She loves sweet weariness, self-
sacrifice. She will not be found in mansions, but lurking in vineyards and
factories and hovering over cluttered desks. If you look up from hard work
you will see her, but if you look too long, too hard, she fades sorrowfully
Plato writes: 'Happiness is like a butterfly - pursue either and they will
evade you. Make yourself busy, and each will come and sit on your
shoulder when you aren't looking."
The quantity and quality of happiness one experiences in life is depen-
dent upon how well one utilizes his God-given abilities, the application of
learned skills and knowledge, and an unceasing desire to work towards
Robert B. Towsey
B.S. Geneva College, B.A. Slippery Rock State College, M.Ed. Duquesne
University, Secondary School Principal Certification, Home and School Cer-
tification, Elementary School Principal Certification, Superintendents Letter
of Eligibility, University of Pittsburgh.
Board Contemplates Issues
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Mr. lack Power has been an active advisor, coach and teacher for nine years.
lohn Atkin has been giving NEHS students those marketable skills needed for three years
Mr. leff White has only been a teacher at NE for four years
but he has already made his mark as coach and teacher.
Mr. Gordon Edwards, a teacher at NEHS for twenty-four years, has
helped many find the confidence needed to meet the public,
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Dedicated to increasing students'
lsnowleclge in the areas ot the physical and
biological sciences, the science department
utters interesting and informative courses
Earth science is uttered as an introduction
lit the physical sciences The courses of-
tered in the area ot the lite sciences include
biology, human biology, and experimental
biology Chemistry I and Chemistry ll ac-
quaint young scientists with the basic con-
cepts and theories ot chemistry Also of-
tered are the challenging courses of
physic s. Advanced Physics, and Electronics
Recently, Chemistry ll and physics have
been accepted as advanced placement
courses These courses allow students to
obtain college credits while still in high
school it the A P testis successtully talsen
The science department at N E HS,
thaired by acting Chairman Mr Robert
Rhodes otters a comprehensive program
ut study in the sciences which helps
students in their pursuits after graduation
tknd remember. Chemistry is a ioy'j
Mr Cary Madar teaches general biology, human biology, and experimental
biology. He received his B S. in secondary education. He coaches both varsity T
football and junior varsity wrestling His outside activities include sports,
photography, and music.
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taught by Mr Edward H.
Koster who has a BA.
from Cannon College
and a M.Ed from Edin-
boro State College.
Besides being Athletic
Director, he also advises
the boy's bowling team.
His out of school in-
terests includes bowling,
fishing, and monopoly.
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Eighth grade general science, earth science, and
biology are taught by Mrs. Elizabeth L. Simmons.
She received a BA at Allegheny College and MA
at Bowling Green State University. When not
teaching sciences Mrs. Simmons enjoys working at
her tack shop, riding horses, farming and writing t
for the Tri-Community News.
Mr. George R. Sucha is head of driver's education, but he also teaches World
Cultures I. He received his BS. at Slippery Rock State University and he did
postgraduate work at Edinboro State, He is advisor of the Sophomore Class, head
baseball coach and assistant football coach. Mr, Sucha also enjoys woodworking.
Introduction to Psychology, Problems of Democracy and American Cultures
II is taught by Fred Maroglio, He received BS. at Indiana University of Penn-
sylvania and M.Ed, at Edinboro. Mr. Maroglio enjoys sports, writing, baseball,
coaching, reading and walking dogs.
I is taught by Mr
lohn R Walczak He
received a BA in
Social Studies and a
M A in Social Science
at Cannon Universi-
ty, he also attended
State, and San Diego
State Mr Walczak
also enjoys jogging,
tennis, wrestling, ski-
ing and travelling
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Mr HarryF Clark
received his BS, and
M,Ed fron Indiana
University of Penn-
sylvania He teaches
American Cultures Il
and World Cultures
lI.'He enjoys raising
and shovving New-
In the social studies department, the story of man is told starting from
man's cradle in Mesopotamia and extending to modern times. Under the nor-
mal course of study, a student takes American Cultures I and Il, World
Cultures I and Il, and Problems of Democracy QPODJ. The department also of-
fers Humanities I and ll, Business Law, Social Psychology, and Advanced Place-
ment European History. Miss Cherylne Dohmen chairs the department,
to Mod rn sco
The head of the Math
Department is Mrs,
kathy McCloskey. She
teaches Algebra l and
ninth grade General
Math. She received a
BS in education from
Edinboro State College.
Mrs. McCloskey is also
advisor of the ninth
Computer math, Honors Algebra I, ll, and Algebra ll are taught by Miss
Melissa Graf. She received her BS. in secondary education at Penn State
University, Miss Graf is the junior high and wrestling cheerleader advisor.
She is also interested in running, swimming and X-country skiing.
Mr. lames McCloskey
teaches basic gemoetry,
Introduction to Algebra I
and General math for
8th grade. He received
his B.S. from Lock Haven
State College and his
M.Ed. from the State of
Mr. Mathew M. Shesman, who received his BS. in Education from Slippery Rock State
College, teaches advanced math, computer math, and consumer math Mr Shesman is
the field coach for this spring's track and field and in his spare time he enjoys golf, raquet-
ball and hunting.
Mr Arnold "RIP" Sim-
mons teaches transfor-
Algebra I, and Intro
Algebra Il Mr. Simmons
attended Edinboro State
College and University
of New Hampshire, He is
also golf coach and assis-
tant track coach, His
hobbies include golf and
North East High School acquired five new computers this year, which enhances our
computer math course.
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Defj "Calculus" to be a good time if and only if for
every statement made by the teacher there exists at least
one wisecrack by one confused and frustrated student, If
one understands the above statement, he must be taking
calculus. Calculus is offered in the college preparatory math
program at N.E.H.S, which also includes honors Algebra I,
honors Algebra II, modern geometry and trigonometry,
Mathemathics courses for those not planning to attend col-
lege includei general mathematics, introductory algebra,
Algebra l, Algebra II and basic gemoetry. Consumer
mathematics is also offered which teaches students practical
mathematics such as computing interest on a bank account.
The mathematics department, chaired by Mrs. lxathy Mc-
Closkey, offers a curriculum of college preparatory math
courses and practical math courses which teach students
mathematical reasoning and computational skills
in the Math Departm nt
and Taxes . . .
good time lgood tim J n I an enioyable activity eg. taking English courses at North East High
Chaired by Mrs Penny Irish-Hosler, the English department teaches the English language
through practice in vocabulary and grammar skills, Literature is also read and analyzed.
The college preparatory English courses emphasize vocabulary and grammar skills through ad-
vanced and creative writing. Advanced placement English is offered to seniors. This course
enables interested students to work on a college level and to earn college credits from Gannon
Other elective courses are offered including creative drama, iournalismfcreative writing, and
Vocational-technical English is offered every other week to those students attending the Erie
County Technical School.
Mr. David Gunther
teaches eighth grade
English, He received
his BS. from West
and his M,Ed, from
Indiana University of
and debate, He ad-
vises Model United
Nations and the
Mrs, lane Blystone,
who received her
BTA, from Cedarville
College and her
MiEd. from Edinboro
teaches 9th grade
English and creative
writing. When Mrs.
Blystone is not advis-
ing Grapevine and
Aquilo she enioys
craft, writing, and
Mrs. Penny lx Irish-Hosler, the head of the English department, teaches lOth
grade English and 10th grade honors English. She earned her BS. at the Univer-
sity of Cincinnati, her M.Ed. at Edinboro State College and her MA. at Temple
University, She also attended the University of Alaska and Penn State University
at Behrend Campus. Mrs. Irish-Hosler enjoys making functional pottery,
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Mr. R, Keith Allison received his B.A. from Gannon University. He teaches English
9, English 9 honors, English 11, and English 12.
Mr, lack Power, who received his B S from the University ot Q inc innati, tc-.ic hes
IOth grade English, Ltth grade English, and creative drama In his tree time, Mr
Power likes basketball, competitive running, and community theatre lle coaches
cross country and track and directs the senior class play
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college prep. English, and l2th grade English, She earned her undergraduate
degree at Bucknell University and her graduate degree at the College ol
William and Mary. Mrs. Towner advises the National Honor Society and varsity
and junior varsity football and basketball cheerleaders. She enjoys reading,
friends, and church activities.
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Mrs Dianal Bool,
who teaches eighth
received her BS in
tion and library
science from Edin-
boro State College
where she also com-
pleted her M Ed as a
She is the eighth
grade class advisor
and enjoys reading,
Mr Gordon W Edwards teaches Oral Com-
munications l, ll, and American Cultures ll He
completed his BS at Edinboro College, Pitt
University, and Penn State University, and his
MA at Cannon University When Mr Ed-
wards is not advising Pep Club he likes writing,
dancing, howling, carpentry, gardening, and
Mrs Dorothy Owens, teaches English ll, Col-
lege Prep English ll, and Advanced Standing
English Il She completed B S and M Ed pro-
grams at Edinluoro State College
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Standing European History She received her BIA. from Slippery Rock State College,
her Masters equivilancy from the State ot Pennsylvania and she did graduate work at
Fdinboro State College and Gannon University Miss Dohmen is the senior class ad-
visor and the advisor ot the senior magazine sale. She also advises the girls bowling
league, In her spare time she enjoys sewing, music, cooking, and old movies.
Through the study of a foreign language, whole new worlds open up
to students Mastery ot a language can allow foreign travel as well as
prepare students tor exciting careers in international relations, teaching,
or translating, In the language classes, grammar, vocabulary, and oral
exercises are practiced and studied in daily classroom exercises. Songs
and games are added to the curriculums to make the study more in-
teresting Students can have the thrill and sense of accomplishment that
is gained by reading or speaking a foreign language. Along with a host
of other phrases, they can learn how to say llGute Seiten" in German,
"Buenos Ttemposf' in Spanish, and lllempora Bona" in Latin rather than
just "GOOD TIMES." The department offers four years of study in each
ot the languages, A special advantage to the study of language is that it
can inc rease English vocabulary skills because many words have foreign I
Chaired by Mrs, Isatherine Riley, the language department organized
an international banquet to which the students of foreign language
were invited to bring a foreign tureen of their choice.
Mrs loan lxalsih teaches Spanish I, II, III, IV She earned her BS. in education at Edinboro
State t tmllege Mrs Isalish enioys singing, playing the guitar, working with all kinds of crafts
and rt-pairing her car when she is not advising the AFS club
Mrs kay Riley, the head of the language department, teaches Latin I, Il, III,
IV and Humanities I and ll She earned her B A at Villa Maria College and her
M Ed at Edinboro State College Mrs Riley advises Student Council, Latin
C Iuh and Hi-Q She also plays the pipe organ, the piano and the guitar
Carol Fletcher received her BA. from Edinboro State College, She teaches health
and physical education and coaches girls' basketball and girls' softball ln her tree time
Miss Fletcher likes to ski and play racketball,
Mr, Theodore Miller
teaches physical educa-
tion, He earned his B5
at the University ot
Miami and did graduate
work at the University of
Buffalo, Penn State
University, and Gannon
College He coaches
Track and girls Cross
Mr. leffrey D White received his B A from Ohio Northern University
and now he teaches health, driver's education, physical education, and
adapted physical education Mr, White is the head coach of North East
wrestling and the assistant coach of varsity football
There ls More to
P.E. Than Fun and
The Health and Physical Education Department makes its
goal the development of good sportsmanship and team-
work as well as the cultivation of good health habits. Em-
phasis is placed on the life time benefits of being physically
fit through participation in physical and recreational ac-
tivities, In health class, students study such topics as general
human anatomy, mental and consumer health, and alcohol,
tobacco, and drug use and abuse.
Adaptive Physical Education is designed for the student
who is unable to participate in the regular physical education
program because of a specific physiological condition.
his Departm nt Means Business
The Business Department is designed to properly prepare the stu-
dent for a job in the business world. The students become
knowledgeable of business organizations, procedures, terms, and
how a business is operated. A number of courses are offered for
both business and college bound students which enable them to
type vvith acceptable speed and good control. There are special
courses designed to introduce the student to marketing, merchandis-
ing, advertising, and much more. The students are also given in-
dividualized instructions on machines of the department - elec-
tronic calculators, computers, duplicating machines, transcribers, and
typevvriters. All of these courses make it easier for the student to feel
confident that he or she will find an adequate job after graduation
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Mrs. loan M. Page teaches Typing l and office procedures, She
received her BS. in Business Education from Indiana University of
Pennsylvania. Mrs. Page advises Future Business Leaders of America
and enjoys reading, golf, bridge, and gardening.
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Mr. Richard Denardo, who earned his BS. at
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, teaches
business law, Typing ll, college prep. typing,
Accounting l and Il. He enjoys playing raquet-
ball in his spare time.
teaches business English
Shorthand I, II, personal
typing, and general
business. Miss McCauley
received her B.S.B.A. in
business education, her
B.S,B.A. in business ad-
ministration, and a minor
in public relations from
Geneva College. She
loves jogging, cooking,
sewing, reading, and
Mr. Norman Phanco,
the art, graphics, pain-
ting, ceramics and crafts
teacher, received his B.S.
from Edinboro State
Mr. Charles Tamplin teaches senior band
Marjorie L. Brown teaches junior and senior chorus classes, She
received her Bachelor of Music from Westminster College and is
currently working on her Masters of Music Ed. at Edinboro State
College. When Miss Brown is not assistant directing the senior class
play she likes ice and roller skating, needlework, and playing the
and junior band. He received his B.S. in Music
Education from Indiana University of Penn-
W.. sylvania. Mr. Tamplin conducts senior mar-
i ching and senior concert band. He also con-
ducts junior concert band and our dance
band, T'The Squires."
The art department is designed to allow the students to significant-
ly advance the basic skills and techniques of various interest. The
department gives the students an opportunity to show their talents in
general art class or in the specific areas of ceramics, graphics, and
The music department is designed to insure the mastery of the
material of music and to teach the nature of music. This is taught
through junior and senior band and chorus. This department pro-
vides students with an opportunity to express themselves creatively
through vocal and instrumental music.
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In Perfect Ha
a Brighter Future
Vocational arts chaired by Mr. Frontroth includes courses to
acquaint all students with the technology of industry. The ac-
tivities are exploratory in the areas of graphic communications,
home maintenance, and power technology. Power technology
is the study of prime movers. Vocational agriculture shop is
designed to acquaint students with wood working, blue print
reading and the study of tools. Industrial materials provides
students with an introduction of technology. Precision drawing
increases ones ability to interpret construction.
Industrial arts also includes home economics. This course in-
cludes the arts of sewing, cooking, child care, personal groom-
ing, and other areas needed for household management. This
course helps students gain knowledge of independent living.
Mrs. leanne Lamb teaches
home economics I, ll, Ill and
home economics for eighth
grade. She also teaches in-
dependent living. Mrs. Lamb ad-
vises the Cadets and the Future
Homemakers of America.
Mr lohn C. Spacht teaches vocational-agriculture for 9th-12th grades. He
received his BS. in Agricultural Education and General Science from Penn State.
When he is not advising Future Farmes of America, Mr. Spacht likes to ski.
Mr. D. Frontroth, the head of the The industrial arts teacher is Mr. john
Fine Arts Department, teaches Preci- Atkins. He received his B.S. from
sion Drawing l, Il and industrial arts. ln California State College and enjoys
his out of school hours, Mr. Frontroth water sports and hunting.
likes to fish and cross country ski.
G ttin Student on th ' t Track
Guidance counselor, Fred Brostmeyer, received his BS from Slippery Rock
State, his M.Ed. from Edinboro State and his Administrative Certificate from
Westminster. ln his spare time, he enjoys golf, antique collecting, reading, and
Miss Robin Patria is the director of the learning disabilities program. Miss
Patria has a degree from Miami Uniersity and an AB. in botany from Oxford
Ohio. She enjoys running, skiing, raquetball, sewing, and art.
5 Mrs, Carmella Tellers,
, another member of the
5 guidance department,
r received her BS. in men-
f tal health counseling, and
her Mlid. in guidance
and counseling from
responsible for see-
ing that every stu-
dent has a schedule
which satisfies his
also helps in the
a college which is
right. They willingliy
send transcripts and
in attempt to help
y 0 u s t u d e n t s
achieve their goals.
Mrs. Nancy Sturgeon teaches special education, She received her BS, from Slip-
pery Rock State College. ln her spare time she enjoys sewing and quilting,
Special education helps to meet the needs of each individual
student whether they are mentally gifted, educabIe-mentally-
retarded, or have learing disabilities. Placement into these pro-
grams is dependent upon an evaluation from the psychologist
following special testing. The program is designed to help the
students on a one-to-one basis.
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Word from the Top
Success and accomplishment come from hard work. The price for
these is high, yet many people choose to pay the price. A number of
people are commended and highly rewarded for all their efforts and
accomplishments, yet many of the achievements are not formally
recognized, although they are very deserving. The class of 1983 has
worked extremely hard, they have accomplished wonderful things
thorughout the years, I am very honored to be valedictorian of the
class of 1983 and very proud of the achievements of my fellow
Over the last several years, it has been my goal to graduate at the
top of my class. I am thus very pleased to be the co-salutatorian of
the graduating class of 1983. For this honor, lam indebted to many
of my classmates for their assistance. There have been innumerable
times when l did not understand my schoolwork until a classmate
explained it to me.
I commend the faculty and administration for providing an
environment so conducive to learning. Many teachers have
personally motivated me to excel. By nature of its small size and
friendly atmosphere, NEHS is a place where every student can be
treated as special. I am grateful for the sound foundation that my
education here has built for me.
I am extremely honored to be co-salutatorian of this year's
graduating class. Many thanks must go to my parents who have
always backed me with the love and support needed to make my
achievements possible. Without them, my goals would never
become reality. There are many others - teachers, administrators
and friends - who have played an important role in my high school
career and have contributed to my success thus far. Again, l am very
happy to be one of the two salutatorians representing the class of
12183. I hope l can continue to make my parents and North East High
School proud of my achievements.
Ahlgrim, Valerie - Vo-Tech . . . 4, 3, 2.
Allessie, loseph l. - Cross Country . . . 4, 3, 2, Track . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
All County Cross Country . . . 4, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Stu-
dent Council . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Student Council Vice President . . . 4,
Aquilo 4, PIAS 4, 3, 2, 1, Prom Committee 3, Class
Treasurer . . . 2, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Who's Who . . . 4.
Artise, Matthew I. - Football . . . 4, Cross Country . . . 3, 2, Basket-
ball , . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Track , . . 4, 3, 2, 1, All County Cross Country . . .
3, All County Track . . . 4, 3, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Latin
Club. . . 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Artlip, Pamela A. - Chorus , . . 1, FBLA . . . 4, 3, FBLA Vice President
. . . 3, FBLA Secretary . . . 4, Ski Club . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4,
Typing ll Achievement Award . . . 3, Senior Class Play . . . 4.
Ayers, Brian - Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Babay, lulie A. - Student Council . . . 4, Student Council President
. . . 4, Grapevine . . . 4, 3, High Q . , . 4, 3, PlAS . . . 3, Magazine
Sale . .. 4, Senior Class Play . . . 3, Student Director . . . 4, Boys
Basketball Stats . . . 4.
Baldwin, Susan - Volleyball . . . 3, Basketball . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Softball
. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, All County Basketball . . . 4, 3, 2, All County Softball
. . . 4, 3, 2, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Student Council . . . 4, 3,
Aquilo . . . 4, National Honor Society . . . 4, 3, Prom Committee . . .
3, Ski Club 2, 1, Magazine Sale 4, Football Stats 3,
Who's Who. . . 4.
Bardol, Richard l. - Cross Country . . . 4, 3, Track . . . 4, 3, 2, Bowl-
ing. , . 3, Magazine Sale , . .4.
Barnes, james P. - Football . . . 1, Basketball . . . 1, Wrestling . . . 3,
Track 4, 3, 2, 1, NIROTC . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Ski Club . .. 4, 2, 1,
Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Bartlett, leff A. - Band . . . 1, Pep Band . . . 1, Student Council . . . 3,
NIROTC . . . 1, Vo-Tech . . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale . . . 4, English
Award - Vo-Tech . . . 3.
Beckes, Todd S. - Football . . . 4, 1, Track . . . 3, 2, Monogram Club
. . .4, Bowling . . .4, 3, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Benden, Karen I. - Track . , . 2, Monogram Club , . . 3, Bowling . . .
4, 3, 2, 1, Pep Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Cadets . . . 4, 3, 2, Band . . . 4, 3, 2,
1, Student Council . . . 4, AFS , . . 4, Latin Club... 1, FBLA . . . 4, 3,
FBLA Secretary. . . 3, Ski Club . . . 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Bielak, Edwin G. -Football . . . 2, 1, Vo-Tech . . . 2, FFA, . . 1.
Bosak, Paul I. - Baseball . . . 4, 3, 2, Track ...' 1, Monogram Club . . ,
4, 3, Bowling . . . 3, 2, 1, Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Dance Band . . . 4, 3, 2,
Pep Band . . . 4, 3, 2, NIROTC . . . 4, Magazine Sale . . . 4,
Bowman, Tadd L. - Football , . , 1, Cross Country . . . 2, Wrestling
. . . 3, Track . . . 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . .4, Who's Who. . . 4.
Boyer, Sandra R. - Volleyball . . . 2, Track . . . 4, 3, 2, FBLA , . . 4, 3,
Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Brown, Mark - Vo-Tech . . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Brown, Philip L. - Football . . . 4, 3, 2, Track . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, Bowling . . . 4, 3, 2, Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
Dance Band. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Pep Band. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Latin Club , . . 4,
3, FBLA. . . 3, Ski Club . . . 4, Magazine Sale . . . 4,
Butler, Ernest L. - Football 3, Z, 1, Wrestling . . . Z, I, Bowling , . . 4,
Band . . . 1, Pep Band.. . 1, FFA . , . tl, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Senior
Class Play . . . 4,
Campbell, Scott I. - Latin Club . . . 3, Z, Magazine Sale . , , 4.
Cavano, Thomas I. - Swimming . . . 2, 1, Track . . . Z, Monogram
Club...2,PepClub. . . 2,Band . ..4, 3, 2, 1,PepBand.,.4, 3, 2,
1, Grapevine . . . 4, 3, AFS . . . 4, 3, 2, Latin Club . . . 2, 1, FBLA . ..
4, Magazine Sale , . . 4.
Chace, Mark A. - District Committee Chairperson Student Council
. . . 4, Grapevine . . . 4, 3, AFS . . . 4, 3, Latin Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
High-Q. . . 4, 3, Model UN . . . 3, PlAS . . . 4, 3, National Honor Socie-
ty, . . 4, 3, Audio-Visual Aid . . .4, 3, Library Club. . .4, 3.
Chalfa, Tina L. - Pep Club. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Latin Club . . . 1, FBLA . . . 4,
Magazine Sale . . . 4, Track Manager . . . 4, 3.
Chalfa, Valerie Y. - Pep Club . . . 4, 3, Cadets . . . 4, 3, Student
Council . . . 4, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Cadet Co-Captain . . . 4, Pep
Club Treasurer . . . 4.
Churray, Mark - Football . . . 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Clark, Brenda L. - Vo-Tech . . . 4, 3, FFA . . . 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Coburn, Phyllis M. - Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Latin Club. . . 2, 1, FBLA . . .
4, 3, FBLA President . . . 4, Ski Club . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Coletta, Elizabeth - Pep Club . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale , . , 4.
Cook, Tracy A. - Track . . . 2, 1, Monogram Club . . . 1, Latin Club
, . . 3, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Corchado, leff A. - Cross Country . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Basketball . . , 2, 1,
Track. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale. . .
Culver, Randy R. - Baseball . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Bowling . . . 2, 1, FBLA . . .
4, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Cunningham, Michael P. - Student Council . . . 4, 3, Grapevine . . .
3, Class President . . . 3, Class Vice President . . . 2, Magazine Sale
. . . 4, Senior Class Play . . . 4.
DeSimone, Rita F. - Swimming . . . 2, 1, Track . . . 4, 3, 2,
Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Pep Club . . . 1, Student Council . . . 4,
3, 2, 1, District Committee Chairperson-Student Council . . . 3, Stu-
dent Council Secretary . . . 4, Grapevine . , . 4, Aquilo . . . 4, Na-
tional Honor Society . . . 4, 3, FBLA . , . 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4, FBLA
Award Winner . . . 3.
Dilimone, Linda M. - Vo-Tech . . . 4, 3, 2, FFA . . , 3, 1, Magazine
Sale . . .4.
Eaton, Richard C. - Cross Country . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Basketball . , . 2, 1,
Track . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, All County Cross Country . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, All
County Track . . . 4, 3, Monogram Club . , . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band , . . 1,
Latin Club , . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4,
Edwards, Helen M. - Library Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Library Club Secretary
, . . 3, Library Club Treasurer . . . 2, Library Aid . . . 4, 3, 2, FHA . , .
4, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Elchynski, Tamara A. - Basketball . . , 4, 3, 1, Aquilo . , . 4, Prom
Committee Chairperson . . . 3, Ski Club . . . 2, Class Secretary . . . 3,
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1, DFCA Secretary 2, Magazine Sale Representative 4,
Monogram Club 3, 4, All County Basketball . . , 4.
Ellis, Matthew j. - Football . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Wrestling . . . 3, 2, 1, Track
. . . 1, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, Latin Club . , . 1, Prom Committee
. . . 3, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Farru, Rafael A. - Swimming . . . 4, Chorus . . . 4, Student Council
...4, AFS. . . 4, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Feucht, Chris -Football . . . 1, Basketball . . . 1, Track . . . 1, NIRQTC
. . . 4, Ski Club . . . 4, 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Fiamella, Darlene A. - Swimming . . . 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Fox, Chris - Golf . . . 4, 3, Basketball . . . 4, 1, Baseball . . . ,
Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, Band . . . 2, 1, Aquilo . . . 4, Prom Com-
mittee . . . 3, Ski Club . . . 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Spanish Club
. . . 2, 1, Magazine Sale Representative . . . 4.
Gallagher, Sheila M. - Wrestling Cheerleader . . . 4, 3, Aquilo . . . 4,
FBLA. . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Gibbs, james L. - Track . . . 1, Bowling . . . 2, Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
District Band . . . 3, 1, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Gray, Eugene L. - Cross Country . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Basketball . . . 2, 1,
Track . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, All County Cross Country . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, All
County Track . . . 4, 3, 2, All State Track . . . 4, 3, Monogram Club
...4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale. , .4
Greenwald, Tom - Cross Country . . . 1, Basketball . . . 3, 2, 1, Track
. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Latin Club, . , 1.
Guianen, Gary L. - Vo-Tech . . . 4, FFA . . . 3, 2, Magazine Sale. . .4,
Haag, Charles P. -FFA . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, FFA Secretary . . . 3, Magazine
Sale. . 4.
Haibach, Rebecca - Volleyball . . . 3, Swimming . . . 1, Cadets . . . 2,
Grapevine . . . 4, Latin Club . . . 1, Magazine Sale . . , 4.
Hannah, Michael P. - Football . . . 3, 1, Swimming . . . 1, Track . . . 4,
1, Vo-Tech. . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Harmor, Tracee L. - Monogram Club . . . 3, Cadets . . . 3, 2, Cadet
Co-Captain . . . 3, FBLA . . . 4, Magazine Saie , . . 4.
Hartz, james E. - Basketball . . . 4, 2, 1, Track . , . 4, 3, 1, Volleyball
Manager. . . 4, Monogram Club. . . 4, 3, Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Dance
Band , . . 3, Pep Band . . . 4, 3, Prom Committee . . . 3, Magazine
Sale . . . 4.
Holl, james E. - Swimming . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Track . . . 2, Monogram
Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Dance Band . . . 4, 3, 2, Pep
Band . . . 4, 3, 2, District Band . . . 4, 3, Latin Club . . . 1, Magazine
Sale. . ,4.
Holmes, Dallas P. - Pep Club . . . 4, Grapevine . . . 4.
Houdeshell, Sara L. - Latin Club . . . 4, Vo-Tech . . . 4, 3, Library
Media Club . . . 4, 3, 2, FHA. . . 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Library Aide
jensen, janice L. - Basketball . . . 4, Track . . . 4, Cadets . . . 2, Ski
Club. . .4, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
johnson, Cheryl L. - Swimming Manager . . . 3, 2, 1, Softball . . . 4,
3, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, Band . . . 2, 1, Latin Club . . . 1, Prom
Committee . . . 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
jones, Michael - Cross Country . . . 2, Swimming . . . 3, Track , . . 4,
3, 2, Chorus . . . 4, 3, 1, Student Council . . . 4, 3, Grapevine . . . 4,
3, PlAS. . . 3, 2, Ski Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Karsh, jonathan D. - Football . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Basketball . . . 1, Baseball
. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, All County Baseball . . . 4, 3, All County Football , . .4,
3, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Bowling . . . 4, 3, Band . . . 4, 3, Z, I,
Dance Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Pep Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Student Council
. . . 4, Prom Committee . . . 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Senior Class
Play. . . 4.
Keddie, loseph L. - Cross Country 3, 2, Track 3, 2,
Monogram Club . . . 4, Grapevine . . . 4, 3, Aquilo . . . 4, 3, AFS
Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Latin Club . . . 2, 1, PIAS . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, National
Honor Society . . . 4, 3, 2, Quill and Scroll . . . 4, 3, Prom Commit-
tee . . . 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4, AFS Club President . . . 4, Assistant
Editor Yearbook . . . 4, Magazine Sale Representative . . . 4, Prom
Publicity Chairman . . . 3, Senior Class Play . . . 4, VOD First Place
Kimmy, Todd L. - Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Kimmy, Yvonne M. - Pep Club . . . 1, Cadets . . . 3, Vo-Tech . . . 4,
3, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Kirsch, Donna M. - Volleyball . . . 1, Basketball . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Softball
. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Softball All County . . . 3, Monogram Club. . . 4, 3, 2,
1, Student Council . . . 4, 3, National Honor Society . . . 3, Class Of-
ficer. . .4, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Koch, Mark - Cross Country 4, 3, 2, Track 4, 3, 2, 1,
Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Kohler, Lynnlee - Monogram Club . . . 3, Pep Club . . . 4, Band . . .
4, 3, 2, 1, Aquilo . . . 4, Latin Club. . . 1, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Koller, Karen S. - Cross Country Manager . . . 4, Track Manager . . .
4, 3, Bowling . , . 4, 1, Latin Club . . . 4, 3, Ski Club . . . 4, Magazine
Sale . . .4.
Koszewski, loann - Pep Club . . . 4, 3, Cadets . . . 3, 2, Student
Council . . . 4, FFA . . . 3, 1, Magazine Sale. . . 4, Flag Line . . . 4, Flag
Line Captain . . . 4.
Kugal, Brian T. -- FFA . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Kunselman, Dave A. - Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Laber, Christian S. - Football 1, Swimming 4, 3, 2, I,
Monogram Club. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Dance Band . . .
4, 3, 2, 1, Pep Band. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Ski Club . . . 4, 3, Z, Magazine Sale
. .. 4, District Band . . . 4, 3, 1, Pep Band President . . . 4, 3, All
County Swimming . . . 4, 3.
Latxague, Marie C. - Cross Country . . . 4, Track . . . 4, Chorus 4,
Student Council . . . 4, AFS Club . . . 4.
Lazzara, Louis I. - Football . . . 4, Track . . . 4, 3, Z, Monogram Club
. . . 4, Student Council . . . 4, Latin Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Prom Com-
mittee . . . 3, Class Officer . . . 4, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Class Presi-
dent . . .4, Latin Club Secretary . . . 3.
Lebold, Eileen K. - Cross Country . . . 4, 3, 2, I, Track . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
All County Cross Country . . . 3, 2, Cross Country MVP . . . 3, 2,
Cross Country Most Outstanding . . . 3, 2, All County Track . . . 3,
2, 1, Track MVP . . . 3, 2, Track Most Outstanding . . . 3, Z, Track
Athlete of the Year . . . 3, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band . . .
4, 3, 2, 1, Pep Band. . . 4, 3, 2, Student Council . . . 1, Aquilo . . . 4,
3, Latin Club 1, Debate . .. 4, 3, 2, PIAS 3, Z, National
Honor Society . . . 4, 3, 2, Quill and Scroll . . . 4, 3, Prom Commit-
tee . . . 3, Ski Club . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale. . . 4, Debate Secretary
4, National Honor Society Treasurer 3, National Honor
Society Secretary . . . 4.
Lechtner, lacob D. - Football . . . 3, 2, 1, Wrestling . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
Track 2, Monogram Club 4, 3, 2, 1, Latin Club 1,
Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Lesondak, lanet I. - Swimming Time lwept-r lj Softball Manager
32 Cadets 3, 2, I, Caclets Clo-Captaii. . 1 Monogram
Club. . 3, 2, Band . . . 4, 3, Z, I, Pep Club. 4, .'v1.ia1a1iiw Sale
Lewis, William G. -Football . . . I, Golf . . . 4, 4, 3, 1, Wrestling .
Z, 1, Bowling . . . 4, 3, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Prom Com-
mittee 3, Class Officer 4, 1, Senior Class Play 4,
Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Lowes, Stacey L. - Swimming . . . 4, 3, 2, I, Track . . . 4, 3, All Coun-
ty Swimming . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, All County Track . . . 4, DECA . . . 1,
Band. . .2, 1, Monogram Club. . . 4, 3, 2, I, Magazine Sale . . .4.
Luce, Teri I. - Cheerleading . . . 4, 3, 2, Chorus . . . 1, Magazine Sale
. . . 4, Senior Class Play . . . 4.
Mass, Kip A. - Bowling . . . 4, Vo-Tech . . . 4, 3, 2.
Magoon, Karen M. - Monogram Club 4, 3, Bowling 1,
Cheerleading . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band . . . 3, 2, 1, Prom Committee . . .
3, Ski Club . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Mann, Kelly L. - Cadets . . . 4, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Maroglio, Kent I. - Cross Country . . . 1, Basketball . . . 4, 1, Track
. . . 4, Magazine Sale. . . 4, Monogram Club . . . 4, 1.
Marsh, Ken A. - Vo-Tech . . . 2, FFA . . . 4, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Martin, lody -Football . . . 4, Wrestling . . . 4, Track . . . 4, NlROTC
. . . 3, Z, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Martin, Michael R. - Golf . . . 4, 1, Baseball . . . 3, 2, Magazine Sale
. . .4.
Mazza, Louis A. -Football . . 4, 1, Cross Country . . . 3, 2, Wrestl-
ing . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Baseball . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2,
1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
McDaniel, Sheila M. - Track . . . 2, Monogram Club . . . 4, Pep Club
. . . 3, Cheerleading . . . 4, 2, 1, Student Council . . . 4, 1, Grapevine
. . . 4, 3, AFS Club . . . 4, 3, Latin Club . . . 4, 3, Z, I, Debate. . . 4, 3,
1, Model UN .... 4, 3, National Honor Society. . . 4, 3, 2, Quill and
Scroll 4, 3, Prom Committee 3, Ski Club 4, 3, 2,
Magazine Sale . . . 4, Senior Class Play . . . 4, Cheerleading Co-
Captain . . . 4, Latin Club President . . . 2, National Honor Society
Secretary , . . 3, National Honor Society Vice President . . . 4, AFS
Club Secretary . . . 4.
McGrath, Kathleen A. - Volleyball . . . 4, 3, Basketball . . . 2, 1, Track
. . . Z, Basketball Statistician . . . 3, Pep Club . . . 4, 3, Student Coun-
cil . . . 4, Grapevine . . . 4, Aquilo . . . 4, AFS Club . . . 4, 3, National
Honor Society . . . 4, 3, Prom Committee . . . 3, Class Officers . . .
4, 3, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Mealy, Scott A. - Bowling 4, 2, Student Council 4, 3,
Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Meehl, Anthony M. - Bowling . . . 4, 3, 2, Band , . 1, Grapevine . . .
4, Latin Club . . . 4, 3, Ski Club . . . 4, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Senior
Class Play. . . 4.
Meyers, Nicholas I. - Golf . . . I, Basketball . , . 4, 3, 1, Track . . . 2,
Latin Club 2, 1, Ski Club . .. 4, 3, 2, 1, Class Officer ... 1,
Magazine Sale. . . 4, Senior Class Play. . . 4.
Michael, Deana L. -- Cadets . 4, 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Cadets
Michaels, Thomas - Football . . . l, Track . . . 2, I, FFA . . . 4, 3, 1,
Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Mong, Robin L. - Softball . . . 4, 3, 2, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3,
Cheerleading . . . 4, 3, 2, I, Student Council . . . 4, 2, 1, Aquilo . . .
4, Prom Committee . . . 3, Class Officer . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale . . .
Morse, Kimberley A. - Audio Visual Aids . . . 4, 3, Library Media
Club . . . 4, Magazine Sale. . . 4, Flag Line. . . 4, Library Aid. . . 4, 3.
Mosier, Amy L. - Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Pep Band. . . 4, 3, 2, Aquilo. . .
4, 3, AFS Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Latin Club . . . 2, 1, National Honor Socie-
ty . . . 4, 3, 2, Quill and Scroll . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale. . . 4, Regional
Band . . . 3, 2, District Band . . . 3, AFS Club Treasurer . . . 3, AFS
Club Vice President .. . 4, Latin Club Secretary 1, National
Honor Society President . . . 4.
Moylan, Sheila A. - Basketball . . . 4, 2, 1, Swimming . . . 3, 2, 1,
Track . . . 3, 2, 1, All County Swimming . . . 3, All County Track . . .
3, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Aquilo . . . 4, Latin Club . . . 2, Ski
Club. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Latin Club Secretary . . . 2.
Mundaniohl, Robert W. - FFA . . . 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Murray, Michelle M. - Vo-Tech . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Murray, William P. - Football . . . 2, 1, Swimming . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
Track . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band . . . 4, 3, 2,
1, Dance Band . . . 4, 3, 2, Pep Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Latin Club... 1,
Ski Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Muscarella, lames L. - Football 4, 3, 2, 1, Track 3, 2, 1,
Monogram Club. . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Newara, Darlene L. - Swimming . . . 3, 2, Softball . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
Swimming Most Improved . . . 2, Softball Most Improved . . . 2,
Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, Bowling . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Cheerleading . . .
3, 2, 1, Prom Committee . . . 3, Class Officers . . . 2, Magazine Sale
Newara, Patty A. - Softball . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3,
Bowling . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Latin Club . . . 2, 1, Prom
Committee . . . 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Band Secretary . , . 4, Band
Treasurer . . . 3.
Norvaisa, Grace - Swimming . . . 3, 2, 1, Softball . . . 4, 3,
Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Bowling . . . 4, 2, Pep Club . . . 1,
Cheerleading . . . 4, 3, 1, Student Council . . . 1, Aquilo . . . 3, Latin
Club . . . 1, Quill and Scroll . . . 3, Prom Committee . . . 3, Ski Club
. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Class Officers. . . 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Class Of-
ficer Treasurer . . . 1, Class Officer President . . . 2, Magazine Sale
Homeroom Representative . . . 4, Prom Decoration Committee . . .
Obourn, Mark C. - Football . . . 1, FFA . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale
. . . 4.
Orton, Alisa M. - Grapevine. . . 4, 3, 2, Aquilo . . . 3, AFS. . . 4, 3, 2,
Latin Club . . . 3, Model UN . . . 4, 3, 2, PIAS . . . 2, Quill and Scroll
. . . 4, 3, FBLA . . . 4, Magazine Sale . , . 4, AFS Student to Germany
. . . 3.
Perkins, Catherine - Softball . . . 2, Basketball Statistician . . . 4, 3,
Pep Club. . . 4, Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale. . . 4, Oral Com-
munications I Award . . . 3.
Pisano, Maria E. - Pep Club . . . 4, 3, Grapevine . . . 4, Aquilo . . . 4,
FBLA . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale. . . 4, FBLA Award Winner . . . 3, FBLA
Treasurer . . .4.
Post, Scott C. - Wrestling . . . 4, 3, , 1, Baseball . . . 4, 3, 2, Pep
Club . . . 2, Band . . . 3, 2, 1, Ski Club . . .4, 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Powell, Paul - Track .. . 2, Swimming Manager . . . 4, 3, Audio
Visual Aids . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Student Council . . . 4, Library Media Club
. . . 3, 2, 1, Library Aid . . . 4, Prom Committee . . . 3, Magazine Sale
Raven, Shelly A. - Track 3, 2, Boys Basketball Stats 3,
Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, Cheerleading . . . 4, Student Council . . .
4, 3, Student Council Officer . . . 3, Grapevine . . . 4, Latin Club . . .
2, 1, PlAS . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Prom Committee . . . 3, Magazine Sale . . .
Reese, lames D. - Track . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3,
Bowling . . . 4, Band . , . 4, 3, 2, 1, Dance Band . . . 4, 3, Pep Band
...4, 3, FBLA. . . 4, 3, Ski Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,Magazine Sale. . .4.
Reid, Clinton D. - Swimming 4, 3, 2, 1, Track 2, 1,
Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Student Council . . . 3, Magazine
Sale . . . 4.
Rizzo, lohn l. - Cross Country 2, Basketball 4, 3, 2, 1,
Baseball . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Bowling . . . 3,
Magazine Sale . . . 4, Senior Class Play . . . 4.
Rizzo, Kelly L. - Swimming . . . 2, 1, Softball . . . 2, Track . . . 4, 3,
Monogram Club. . . 3, 2, Band . . . 2, 1, Magazine Sale. . .4.
Rutledge, Diane M. - Track . . . 1, Wrestling Scorekeeper . . . 3, 2,
1, Cheerleader. . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band . . . 2, 1, Latin Club. . . 2, 1, FBLA
. . .4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale. . .4.
Scepura, Kelly A. - Baseball Scorekeeper . . . 2, 1, Monogram Club
. , . 3, Cheerleading . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Student Council . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
Aquilo . . . 4, 3, AFS . . . 2, National Honor Society . . . 4, 3, Quill
and Scroll . . . 4, 3, Prom Committee . . . 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4,
Student Council District Chairperson of District I 3, Aquilo
Editor . . .4.
Schultz, Diane L. - Track . . . 4, 3, 2, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, Pep
Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Latin Club . . . 1, Ski Club . ..
4, 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4, District Band . . . 4, 3, 2, Region ll State
Band . . . 4, 3, Who's Who. . .4.
Schultz, Donna - Swimming . . . 3, Track . . . 1, Monogram Club . . .
3, Bowling . . . 4, Pep Club . . . 3, 2, Cheerleading . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
Prom Committee . . . 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Senior Class Play . . .
Schultz, Randall, I. - Student Council . . . 4, 3, Audio Visual Aids . . .
4, 3, 2, 1, Library Media Club. . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Shields, Penny S. - Track . . . 2, Chorus . . . 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Sheridan, Lisa - Basketball . . . 1, Track . . . 4, Monogram Club . . . 4,
Latin Club . . . 2, Prom Committee . . . 3, Ski Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1,
Magazine Sale . . . 4, Latin Club Vice President . . . 2.
Simmons, Elizabeth A. - Track . . . 3, 2, Monogram Club . . . 2,
Chorus . . . 3, Grapevine . . . 4, 3, 2, Hi-Q . . . 4, Magazine Sale . . .
Smith, Ronald S. - Track . . . 2, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, Bowling
...4,3, 1,Band...4, 3,2, 1,DanceBand...4, 3, 2,PepBand...
4, 3, 2, 1, Student Council . . . 4, 3, Student Council Officer . . . 4,
Latin Club. . . 2, 1, Hi-Q . . . 4, 3, Model UN . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale
Snyder, Kenneth S. - Football . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band . . . 1, Vo-Tech . . .
4, 3, 2.
Spacht, Christine A. - Volleyball . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Track Manager . . . 4,
3, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, Chorus . . . 4, 3, 2, Grapevine . . . 4, 3,
2, 1, AFS Club . . . 2, Latin Club . . . 1, Quill and Scroll . . . 4, FBLA
. . . 4, Ski Club . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Grapevine Editor
. . . 4, District Chorus . . . 4, Chorus Vice President . . . 4, US Na-
tional lournalism Award . . . 4, Who's Who . . . 3.
Spacht, Norma I. - Pep Club . . . 3, Grapevine . . . 4, Latin Club . . .
1, FBLA . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4, FBLA Vice President . . . 4,
FBLA Award Winner . . . 3, Accounting Achievement Award . . . 4.
Stanford, Roy - Football . . . 4, 3, 1, Basketball . . . 2, 1, Baseball . . .
4, 3, 2, 1, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Senior
Class Play . . . 4.
Stoddard, Nancy L. - Monogram Club . . . 3, Pep Club . . . 4, Band
. . . 4, 3, 2, il, Ski Club. . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Sveda, Edward G. - Student Council . . . 4, 3, 2, Student Council Of-
ficer . . . 3, Latin Club . . . 2, 1, Prom Committee . . . 3, Magazine
Sale . . . 4.
Tarr, lack - Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Tramantana, Michele - Bowling . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Pep Club . . . 3, 2,
Cadets . . . 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Bowling Secretary . . . 3, First
Place Girls Bowling . . . 3.
Tran, Hoa - Vo-Tech . . . 4, 3.
Tran, Phuong - Vo-Tech . . . 4, Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Tresler, Thomas N. - Football . . . 4, 3,2, 1, Track . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band
...4, 3, 2, 1,Dance Band . . . 2, 1,Pep Band . . . 4, 1,Chorus . . . 4,
3, 2, Magazine Sale . . . 4, District Chorus . . . 4, Chorus President
. . . 4, Chorus Treasurer . . . 3.
Triana, Eric R. - Football . . . 1, FFA . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . .
4, FFA President . . . 4.
Tomizawa, lorge F. - Student Council 4, AFS Club 4,
Magazine Sale . . . 4, Foreign Exchange Student from Brazil . . . 4.
Underhill, layne E. - Latin Club 1, Prom Committee 3,
Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Vargo, Phillip A. -Football . . . 4, 3, 1, Baseball . . . 4, 3, Track . . . 2,
1, Monogram Club . . . 4, NIROTC . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . .
Voorhis, Anthony R. - Football . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Wrestling . . . 4, 3, 1,
Track . . .4, FFA. . . 1, Magazine Sale . . .4, Senior Class Play . . . 4.
Wakefield, Robert L. - Football . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Wrestling . . . 4, 3, 1,
Track. . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Walker, Steve - Track . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Monogram Club . . . 4, 3, Bowl-
ing . . . 2, 1, Student Council . . . 3, Ski Club . . . 1, Magazine Sale
Walsh, Kristeen E. - Track . . . 3, 2, Monogram Club . . . 2, Student
Council. . .4, AFS Club. . . 4, PlAS. . . 3, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Wardzinski, ludy - Track . . . 2, Monogram Club . . . 2, Latin Club
. . . 1, Prom Committee. . . 3, Magazine Sale . . .4.
Warr, loe H. - Wrestling . . . 3, 2, 1, Pep Club. . . 1, Band . . . 1, Vo-
Tech. . . 4, 3, 2, Magazine Sale. . . 4.
Weed, David H. - Track . . . 4, Chorus . . . 1, NIROTC . . . 4, 3, 2,
Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Weigle, Scott A. - Football . . . 4, 1, Track . . . 4, FFA . . . 4, 3, 1,
Magazine Sale . . . 4.
Weinheimer, Lisa - Volleyball . . . 3, Basketball . . . 3, 2, 1, Softball
. . . 2, Latin Club... 1, Magazine Sale . . .4.
Wilson, Susan L. - Volleyball . . . 1, Swimming . . . 1, Cadets . . . 2, 1,
Band . .. 1, Grapevine . . . 4, FBLA . . . 4, 3, Magazine Sale . . . 4,
FBLA Treasurer . . . 3.
Young, Lisa G. - Cheerleading . . . 4, 3, 2, 1, Band . . . 3, 2, 1, Stu-
dent Council . . . 2, 1, Magazine Sale . . . 4, Senior Class Play . . . 4.
Woodworth, lames W. -Football . . . 1, VonTech . . . 4, 3.
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Brett and Robbi
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To Robbie and Brett
Forever in our consciousness -
Are a prized possession.
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They will cheer us when we're down
And give us hope to go on.
The joy that we've felt,
The laughter that we've loved.
The good times that vve've shared,
All of these are ours
In our precious memories.
Robbie and Brett -
Our memories of you
Will always be with us.
We thank you for them -
A gift we shall cherish
All of our days.
We are grateful for those
That we novv have.
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Complete Auto Repairs
Ph. 49141 725-9091
CLASS OF 1983
Po. Box 599
NORTH EAST, PA 16428
PARMENTER WELL DRILLING
9461 RT 89
NORTH EAST PA 16428
9440 Buffalo Road IUS Rt 205
NORTH EAST, PA 16428
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DUNCAN sf AMERICAN BEAUTY PRODUCTS
Congratulations Class of '83
Supplies - Lessons - Greenware
"If We Don't Have It, We Can Get It" V
Representative and Mrs. 1
l-larry BOWSGI' Linda Kedme 1512 E. Cay Rd. i
725-1242 For Hours North East, PA 16428
Cunningham Chrysler Plymouth, lno
85 W. Main St.
North East, Pa. 16428
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vALoNE's BRooKLvN DAVE THORNTON
GROCERY NORTH EAST
201 South Lake Street MOTORS
North East, PA 16428 C T k Tfaiffffi t H
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We make our own homemade C, S
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Engineering Successful Futures
tor Municipalities 8: Industry
since 1895. Afmsfmng
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EOR CIVIL, SANITARY, AND SUNOCO EXXOW
RECREATIONAL PROJECTS- 725-5232 AAA Towing 899-9951
ANALYTICAL LABORATORY, INC. General Repairs
HOME OFFICE D
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NEW YORK OFFICE
155 Mein Street Randolph, New York 14712 7161358-5621 Armstrong
Class of '83
, , Dick Pasguale
Erie Weld Products
Custom Sizes and Styles Available
1718 Franklin Ave., Erie, Pa. 16510
CCDNGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '83
PauI's Super Duper
119 W. Main St.
North East, Pa.
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P E N N z D IL Montgomery Ward
Qfe Lab,-,Cano C 12 S. Lake St.
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PRINTED IN USA
JR. Bull Branch
174 W. Main St.
North East, Pa.
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Class of '83
Lake View Country Club
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Q 12 Clinton St. orth East, P
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jackets, tee shirts, warm up suits,
dress and work clothes for big and tall
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NORTH EAST, PA 16428
North East Service Plaza, Inc.
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12214 East Mam Rd' NY. Exit 61 - I-90 and Shortman Rd.
WW 7259653 may 736-4201
"On Interstate 90 - Only 4 Miles Apart"
FINE EATING AND CUISINE SERVING YOU 24 HOURS A DAY, SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
Extermlnolzlng Company .1 If
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Complete Pest SL Termite , 2
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5526 Peach Street, Erie, Pennsylvania
John A. Buscemi
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LARRY AND MARY WITKOWSKI
8865. Horseshoe Dr. 'Q
Erie PA 16510
K-Mart Plaza West
Erie, PA 16506
The mind's eye fades with the
passing of time, and memories
are never as distinct as vve
would like them. However, a
portrait of someone can keep
those memories from fading.
Our studios specialize in taking
your memories and preserving
them in expressive, life-like
portraits. We make
photography a pleasant
L rry, Eric, Craig and Mary Witkowski 185
Congratulations Class of '83
Grape City Beer
110 East Main St. North East, PA
A J OIL LTD.
TuNE-ups ' BRAKES - Times - suocxs
ALIGNMENT - Exrmusts - BATTERIES
WEST MAIN S MILL ST. NORTH EAST, PA 'I B428
East Main Road North East
72 5- 1079
A ' Your lnrernorionol I-Iorvesr Deoler
, Since 1932
PTO. Box 347 - A-o-8-IO Eosr Srreer
,r,r. Norrn Emi, PA 10428
A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
33 EAST MAIN STREET
NORTH EAST PENNSYLVAINA 16428
18149 725 9657
MICHAEL T JOYCE
EDWARD ORTON ROBERT J JEFFER
MICHAEL E DUNLAVEY PAIGE E PEASLEY
ORTON, JOYCE at DUNLAVEY, P. C.
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Engineering and Surveying
180 West Main Street to the
North East, PA
16423 GRADUATES OF '83
Ed and Charlotte Corniak from
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Wisdom is supremeg therefore
get wisdom .
Though it cost you all you have, Compliments of
-- Proverbs 4:7 NVQ Atty. and Mrs. Mac Neil
BLESSINCS EUR A SUCCESSFUL
FUTURE 17 S th L k St t
Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. OU 3 Q 'ee
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960 NORTH BRICKYARD ROAD
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AFTER SIX formal wear.
We're right in town for your convenience
90 Clinton Street
North East, PA 16428
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For the commandment is a Iampg and
the law is lightg and reproofs of
instruction are the way of life . . .
Mr. and Mrs.
Rodney Blystone Ili
N' Compiiments of
7 STONEWARE 8. PORCELAIN
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8141725-i542 NORTH EAST PA 16428
7 Burton 8: Johnson
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78 E. Main St.
L Phone: 725-4207, 7i25'3783
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P.O. Box 391
North East, PA 16428
Off Ph 725 8742
Missy and half sizes
junior dresses 3-15
jeans and tops
26 South Lake Street
North East, PA 16428
CLASS GF 1983
U3-U-'HK RIDE-U-RAR. INC. NORTH EAST. PA l6428
bTLJF94Al F SYQTFNAQ
38 East Main St North East, PA 16428
Fair dealings since 1929
p of the BREEZE
tracks since 1868"
CENTRAL SAND AND GPXAVEL
Nonh Eosr, Po.
150 SOUTH PEARL STREET
NORTH EAST, PA 16428
ALBERT ANEQWIIQORIS CONN
BEST OE HEALTH
CLASS OF '83
Dr. and Mrs. john Almquist
john, Corinne and Collin
Stetson Bros. Inc.
. ln Ext., North East, Pa
LUKE'S VALLEY VILLAGE INC.
MOBILE HOME PARK AND
10660 West Main Road
North East, Pa. 1
18141 725-979 I
HARTLEY S MARKET
I08 South Lake Street
North East, Pa.
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20 South Lake Street
North East, PA 16428
Kenneth J. H itz
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Class of ,83 Class of '83
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Weekends F- 24 Hours
Banquet Facilities Available
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Larry Youngs pr I
Frult Farm NOMOST
East Mam Road Open 12 O m
H West Mann Ripley New York
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and General Construction ,
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North E031 PA 76428
For all your home, farm
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135 West Main Street
North East, PA 16428
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North East Vacuum Center
Soles and Service
Repairs On All Makes and Models
55 W. Maln Street
North East, PA 16428
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Route 20 SL Brickyard Rd.
North East, Pa.
9 holes, 3,000 yards
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Where you have a personal banker. Your Teachers and Friends
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A Your Complete Florists
.f 1 zi V' Q sneer, North East, Pa. 16428
Business 725-5902 - Home 725-4995
jumcs lx Myer Berry j. Myers
Russell Stover Candy
19 East Main St.
North East, PA
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CHANGE THE SHAPE UF YOUR WORLD
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Banking with a benefit
Best Wishes to the Class of 1983
f GARY Rizzo
QQ Roofing and Siding
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f Repairing - Coating ' Aluminum Siding
- Rolled Roofing ' Cutters and Over Hang
Residential Roofs ' Relaying Chimneys
or Call 725-4311
PQuality Fruit Growers"
Corner of Moorheadville
84 Sidehill Roads
725-1739 or 725-1039
Congratulations Class of '82
NORTH EAST T
EROWNS EQUIPMENT COMPANY
9915 WEST LAW ROAD i
NORTH EAST, PA. 16429
RES. PHONE Bus. 'E"
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Where can we begin to thank all those who make Aquilo '83 possible? This year's book is the g
largest book we have ever had. Fortunately, this year's book also had the largest student body .
participation. We thank all of you who lent a helping handg we greatly appreciate it. A special it .ig,4g
thank you to all of the following: W
Breeze Publishing Company Mr. Dick Freed
Mr. Robert Towsey Miss Kathy White
Mr. Roger Coda Mr. lack Power
Mr. Ted Miller Mr. Brent Peters
Mr. loe Craig Dr. and Mrs. Robert O'Leary
Miss Cherlyne Dohmen Mr. Doug Irish-Hosler
Mrs. loan Page Greg Concilla rr
Norma Spacht Sandy Boyer
Diane Rutledge Chris Blakeslee
jeff Keddie Rick Eaton
lon Karsh Maureen O'Leary 3
Pam Beal Sam Ciminnisi
Maurann Vargo Dr. George Moylan l
Mr. Rodney Blystone ifor all you put up withli
Mr. Leon Priester ifor that very special smile you always gave, all f
your encouragement, and all the doors you opened!
Our deepest gratitude, of course, goes to Mrs. lane Blystone. Without her dedication and ' I
drive, Aquilo '83 could not have come to exist at all. She is truly the greatest inspiration anyone
WE LOVE YOU MRS. Bl!!
Thank you all again,
Kelly Scepura and loe Keddie
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