North Warren High School - Patriot Yearbook (Blairstown, NJ)
- Class of 1980
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THEIR HARD WORK AND PRIDE COULD LEAD TO NATIONAL RECOGNITION.
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TO NORTH WARREN. THE BAND AND MIND OLYMPICS PROVED TO OTHERS THAT
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WE HAVE ACCOMPLISHED OUR GOAL: SUCCESS. 1980 MARKS A NEW ERA FOR NORTH WARREN, AND NO-ONE IS TO
BE THANKED BUT OURSELVES.
Sports offer more than
exercise for the body they
gave you a chance to work
with others as a team
Even If the scoreboard
doesn t show you are vlcto
nous If you and your team
worked together to the ful
lest you have succeeded
because teamwork IS what
sports are all about
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Pa+'s Have Oulslanding Season of 5-4-O
FRONT ROW: Assistant Coach H, Golzio, R. Shissler, J. Hayes, B. Cappiello, B. Bailey, D. Green, M. Cappiello SECOND ROW' D. Jennings, G. Frank, M. McDonald, B. Werkheiser, S
Masten, T. Van Horn THIRD ROW:A. Kise, J. Benson, M. Cullen, R. Hardman, J. Paul, D. Deyong FOURTH ROW: Assistant Coach K. Higgins, C. Sacks, S. Wardle, S. Findlay, E
Dipallo, Head Coach M. Goffredo TOP ROW: J. Yeomans, D. Cullen, B, Brandt, B. Brown, J. Carey, Assistant Coach R. Seals.
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Assistant Coach K. Higgins. Assistant Coach H. Golzio and Dave Deyong Assistant Coach R. Seals,
The '79 Pats had an outstanding
season with a record breaking season
of 5-4-O. The team consisted of 12
returning lettermen of which they will
be losing 9 next year.
Outstanding players were captains
Blake Brandt, Steve Masten, Dan Cul-
len and seniors Scott Findlay, Jim
Carey, Junior Dave DeYong, and the
entire "MadDog" Defense.
The Pats victory over Hackettstown
with a score of 6-O, marked the 1st
victory after 20 consecutive losses.
Joe Yeomans ran the ball 78 yds. for
the season's first touchdown.
The team voted Blake Brandt as
M.V.P. Dan Cullen received the Out-
standing Lineman Award. Jim Carey
received the Liberty Cup Award and
Steve Masten the Minute Man Award.
Blake Brandt, Dan Cullen and Jim
Carey were selected for the all area
team. Joe Yeomans, Dave DeYong
and Charlie Sacks received honorable
ABOVE: Coach Goffredo was selected Warren
County "Coach of the Year."
LEFT: Cpt. B. Brandt was effective both defen-
sively and offensively. On defense he had a total
of 86 tackles and offensively he carried the ball
107 times for 428 yards.
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Dan Cullen had an excellent season with 107 T. Van Horn carried the ball 69 times for 227
yds. for the season.
65. A. Kise. led the team with 1 17 tackles.
B. Brown helps keep the offense strong.
41:45, C. Sacks, had 64 tackles this season
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For the season, he was 95-222 yards.
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Coach Goffredo and Asst. Coach Higgins embracing after another victory.
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Our "Mad Dog" defense remains strong.
Nov. 10, 1979, the Pats met with
Warren Hills. The game was an excit-
ing one. Early in the 1st half Dan Cul-
len ran the ball 58 yds. for the first
touchdown. During halftime there was
the crowning of the '79 Homecoming
Queen. During the second half, our
"Mad Dog" Defense kept Warren Hills
from scoring. The Pats won the game
6-0 thus winning a share of that
B. Werheiser started the season as O.B. but was
found to be more effective as wingback.
N. WARREN OPPONENT
6 HACKETTSTOWN O
6 GILL ST. BERNARD 0
OV GREENBROOK 14
6 PHILLIPSBURG CATHOLIC O
O BELVIDERE 28
6 ST. PIUS X QPISCJ O
O PIUS X CROSETTAJ 29
6 WARREN HILLS O
0 HOPATCONG 12
WON:5 LOST:4 TIES:
eg Markus Comes Home. to
1979 Homecoming Queen and her court - Jean Straut, Valerie Keefe, Sue Beck, Dianne Gladd, Karen Frutchey.
Sue Beck and her escort Randy Tosh, were driven around the field by Booster Club Vice President, Mrs.
Crown Sue Beck Queen
Very happy and surprised, Sue Beck accepts the honor of being crowned the 3rd Annual Homecoming
With a mist and drizzle lurking
about, the Homecoming Queen was
passed from Meg Markus to Sue Beck
in brief ceremonies at halftime of the
N.W. vs. Warren Hills football game.
The ceremony began as Mr. Byrne
introduced the candidates for the
Karen Frutchey was escorted by
Charlie Grambergp Valerie Keefe by
Steve Styringp Dianne Gladd by Rusty
Gladd, Jean Straut by Bill Thomas,
and Sue Beck by Randy Tosh.
The 1978 Queen, Meg Markus, was
driven around the field and presented
to the crowd.
Mr. Byrne announced the 1979
Homecoming Queen who was, Sue
Beck. Sue was then crowned by Meg
Markus and presented with a bouquet
of flowers and a bracelet, donated by
the Booster Club.
Queen Beck and her escort, Randy
Tosh, were given a ride around the
field to start her reign as Homecoming
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Soccer: North Warren Slgle. I4-l
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Varsity Soccer: FRONT? B. Hardiman, R. Burton, T. Tillman, A. Petretti, R. Gordon, B. Figured, F. Del- Coach Sweet, a standard of excellence.
man, B. Plunkett, G. Dahl, R. Mott BACK: Coach Snyder, R. Gladd, J. VanDerWal, W. Jones, D. Bayer,
M. Markus, C. Cowell, B. Sacco, B. Drew, J. Gilmore, C. Gramberg, M. Bourhis, G. Guiler, Coach Sweet.
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Won: 14 Lost: 1 Ties: O
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Frank "Demon" Delman was awarded M.V.P. of the team. He also was selected to the first team All
Jon "Bogie" VanDerWal was selected with honors to the All-State 1st Team. He was also selected to the
1st team All-Area. Here "Bogie" refs for a Jr. High Soccer Game.
This year each member of the var-
sity team contributed to their 14-1
season in their own way. Each player
did his share bringing about one of
the best seasons ever. For the second
year in a row they attained the honor
of being chosen the number one team
in the area. This year ten out of the
starting eleven received All-Area hon-
ors, with four on the first team, and
three on the second team, and three
receiving Honorable Mention.
This year's race for the M.V.P. was
very close, but when it was over, it was
with no doubt, Frank "Demon" Del-
Also, each year a N.W. player
receives All-State Honors. This year
was no surprise with Jon "Bogie" Van
DerWal awarded All-State lst Team
Best wishes are extended to next
year's team. GOOD LUCK!
Mike "Mickey" Markus had a fine season by
adding a balance of power and grace to the
N.W. Soccer Crew.
I4-O Qualifies Pats for States
Brian Hardiman, a leading scorer, was the only
Patriot to score against Mendham.
Through Coach Snyder's Hardwork and
patience, his defenders played an excellent
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The Patriots received a bye on the first state game and a forfeit by Irvington Tech led the Pats to a
home game against Mendham. The Patriots gave 100 percent but in the end, the Minutemen defeated
Gordon Dahl added a new dimension to the
Gerard Guiler had a good season with a total of
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Rusty Gladd, top contender for next year's
J.V. Soccer: FRONF E. Belcher, IJ. Kozimor, B. Hayes, G. Haebler, B. Sorenson, T. Rafferty, B. Feldman, K. Kinney, S.
Sears, L. Corby. BACK: C. Midkiff, D. Ferrari, F. McCauley, D. Spraugue, J. Hendershot, G. Woyzichowsky, L. Guari-
nello, R. Gladd, T. Tillman, B. Jenninos, B. Raikowski, J. Gilmore, J. Delman, M. Wallace, Coach: Mr. Hess.
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Jr. HighfSoccer: T. Benson, B. Shumacher, B. Muchler, K. Kehoe, D. Sacks, K. Gerkhardt, J. Trupiano. Glenn Sweet had another fine season, and a
MIDDLE: T. Drew, S. Tucker, E. Powell, S. Layton, S. Conrad, T. Shilling, D. Keyser. BACK: T. Cowell, G. total of 18 goals.
Ackerson, T. Quinn, M. Harmom, G. Sweet, C. Gold, Coach: Mr. Wieboldt.
Terry Rafferty played for his first year as goalie The Jr. High Team played well all through the season. Their final record was 12-1-1 which gave them
and did a good job.
the Warren County League Trophy, once again.
New Coach Brings Improved
BOTTOM ROW: L. Cagno. 2nd ROW' C. Callahan, B. Harris, C. Green, T. Brugler, M. Barnett. 3rd HOIM Manager - L. Konya, K. Maderski, A. Gladd, L. Lot
hian, A. Garson, M. Hipple, Coach - I. Gebhard. TOP ROW: S. Werner, E. Cowell, M. Unangst, T. Gleckler.
L. Cagno, halfback, taking a free hit for the Pats which led them to a 3-1 victory over P'burg Catholic,
As a new coach joined the ranks of
the 1979 hockey team, enthusiasm,
pride, determination, skill, and victo-
ries soared tothe highest ever.
The team had 8 graduating letter-
men: C. Callahan, T. Brugler, D. Adel-
berg, B. Harris, M. Hipple, M.
Unangst, E. Cowell, and M. Barnett.
The outlook for next year's team is
promising. Underclassmen: C. Green,
S. Werner, T. Gleckler, L. Cagno, and
goalie - A. Gladcl may make next
year's season an exciting one.
A highlight of the season was when
the Pats defeated the Belvidere Seat-
ers 4-3. This victory brought the Pats
out of their slump. This enabled the
girls to win the last 3 of their 4 games.
The varsity team voted 3 year letter
winner, Cindy Callahan, as the MVP
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J.V. Hockey: FRONT: C. Gerkhardt, M. Clavel, L. Berry, J. Keiper, MIDDLE: B. Sikkes, C. Klein, M. Rowe, S. Roth, L. Callamaro, J.
Vandenkooy, COACH Faunce. BACK: P. Makarevich, C. Fink, D. Kitchen, K. Zydzik, M. Walker.
B. Sikkes and K. Kydzik
This year the J.V. team had
practically all new members. The girls
did well considering their lack of
experience. L. Fenton, B. Sikkes and
K. Zydzik led the team by making the
Majority of the goals. Next year,
however, the team promises to be a
success with all of its young talent.
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2wiNs LOSSES: SMS
Freshman Becomes Top Runner
The 1979 girls cross country team
broke a 500 season with a record of 7
wins and 6 losses. The team's top run-
ner was Adrienne Barnett with 6 first
places, closely followed by her older
sister Noelle Barnett. Adrienne was
voted as the M.V.P.
The team will be losing seniors Sue
Brown and Lorelei Drew.
The' boys C.C. team had a rough
season this year with a final record of
3 wins, 9 losses, and 1 tie. The team
will be losing seniors Glenn Stauffer
and Glenn Wolfe.
Both teams had tough competition
and very rough weather conditions.
Both the girls' and boys' meet against
WARREN HILLS was run in snowy, wet
and very cold conditions. All the
courses were about 3 miles long going
over some pretty rough terrain.
Also this year the teams were under
a new coach, Mr. Rufe. both teams
contained many inexperienced run-
ners with the girls having only one vet-
eran, Noelle Barnett.
Captains Glen Stauffer and Noelle Barnett.
TOP HOW: Joe Mydosh, Glenn Wolfe, Bob Thoreau, Scott Schwartz, Jeff Hollis, Coach Fl. Rufe. BOT
TOM ROW: Noelle Barnett, Eileen Kruty, Glenn Stauffer, Adrienne Barnett, Sue Brown, Cindy Barnes.
Adrienne Barnett had 6 first places, 1 second
and 2 third places.
Jeff Hollis showed great improvement throughout the season Noelle Barnett had 5 second Places
Glenn Stauffer had 2 first places and 2 second Glenn Wolfe, another dedicated team member,
places. participated in all the meets.
Losses 9 Ties 1
Lenape Valley 24
Warren Tech 50
N. Hunterdon 18
Warren Hills 25
Blair Academy forfeit
Pope John 31
High Point 29
Warren Tech 38
Wins: 7 Losses: 6 Ties: 0
Lowest score wins
The 1979 Gymnastics season was
one for breaking records and achiev-
ing records. The team made N.W. his-
tory when they scored 83.35 in defeat-
ing Pequannock. A five meet winning
streak brought the girls' record to 6-7,
another record breaking statistic.
New, more difficult routines, plus the
help of two new freshmen, were the
basis of the successful season. Coach
Snyder and Assistant Coach Mason
are to be greatly thanked for their
guidance and support.
Five Meet Winning Streak
Liz Bowman the team's only graduating senior
Varsity Gymnastics: D. Bowman, J. Gwynne, G. Welsh, L. Bowman, S. Moscatello, C. Cullen, T. Nordberg, B. Moscatello.
Crowns Ggmnas-,+'s Finest Season
Freshman Tammy Nordberg's increasing skills are full
of promise for the future.
Moscatello's bar routine contributed much to the
in her freshman year.
Sophomore Diane Bowman was a powerful vaulter for the team this year. Camille Cullen earned dependable scores in three events throughout her
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No fall routines are always a cause for cheers.
Three Girls Travel to the Sectionals
Junior Ginni Welsh was known for her
endearing floor routines. She was the
year's most improved Gymnast and
qualified for Sectionals with a no fall
Beam routine, scoring 7.65. In Sec-
tionals she scored 6.9 on Beam and
was 20th out of 60.
Liz Bowman, team Captain, finished
her high school Gymnastics career
with her best season ever. Her score
of 7.15 on Beam placed her 15th in a
field of 60. During the season Liz's
highest score on floor exercise was
7.7 and on vault she led the team with
scores in the high sevens.
Co-Captain and MVP Sue Mosca-
tello broke three records in her Sopho-
more year: Bars - 7.9 Beam -
7.96, Floor - 8.5 ln Sectionals she
made a very good showing with a 7.85
on floor placing her 17th out of 60.
Sue was also seen on Bars and Beam
at Sectionals and placed very well.
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B. Connolly led the team in takedowns, near falls, escapes and was the highest point scorer. He also led the team with 8 pins and his record was 12-2.
R. Burton had a 8-7 record. He won his last 7 matches and took a 4th place medal at the W. Hills X-mas
The NWR wrestling team was impres-
sive this year. Four boys B. Jennings, D.
Cullen, M. Cullen and Fl. Burton placed in
the W. Hills X-mas Tournament. The
team also doubled their victories from
An exciting match was with the high
ranked Balley Ellard squad. NWR had a
decisive victory over this team. Another
exciting match was with Hopatcong,
where J. Yeomans set a school record
with a :14 pin. He broke N. Ziegler's :l7
record set last year.
Seniors on the team were: J. Gilmore,
B. Werkheiser, CO-Capt. B. Connolly, J.
Yeomans, co-capt. D. Cullen, R. Burton
and S. Masten. Each was valuable in
their own way.
Next year's season looks promising
with freshman standout M. Cullen, B.
Jennings, J. Gilmore, J. Popa, D. Green,
Frank and G. Jacobsen returning.
New Coach Improves Team
John Sagan proved to be effective on the mat with a 10-3 record.
J.V. Wrestling: FRONT: J. Sagan, J. Kozimor, J. Allen. BACK: Coach Benven-
uto, B. Brown, R. Gwinnett. MlSSlNG:G. Wright.
Coach Benvenuto and Bill Baldwin give John Allen some tips.
The J.V. team improved this year with a 5-10 record.
The boys usually won their individual matches, but
because of forfeits they lost some meets. All of the boys
had impressive records. Next year's Varsity will be look-
ing fonfvard to having some of these boys on the team.
Varsity Basketball: FRONT: B. Hariman, G. Guiler, J. Carey, D. Deyong. BACK: C. Cowell, B. Brandt, B.
Dickerson, J. Benson, M. Markus, Coach: Higgins.
D. Deyong played a good game against Passaic,
but the Cardinals defeated the Pats in the end,
C. Cowell calls the play against the tough Tigers of
The 1980 basketball team under-
went a lot of changes -for the bet-
ter. There were new opponents and a
tougher practice schedule to empha-
size formerly weak fundamentals. All
the new additions centered around
one man: Coach Higgins.
Mr. Higgins brought new ideas with
him, stressed mainly on believing
each player in his own ability and the
abilities of his teammate, as well as in
The changes in mental attitude
brought results on the court. Using
the "fast break" play, the boys
opened by defeating Belvidere for the
first time in N.W.'s history. In the fol-
lowing weeks, five more teams fell to
the Patriots, including Franklin during
the Vernon X-mas Tournament. The
season ended well with a victory over
Playing their last season for N.W.
were: Co-Capt. Blake Brandt, Jim
Carey, Gerard Guiler and Brian Dicker-
son. Helping Blake lead the team was
junior co-capt. - Brian Hardiman.
Other team players included: Mike
Markus, Chris Cowell, Dave DeYong.
WON: 8 LOST: 16
Mike Markus ended with another fine season.
Coach Higgins tells the team to use the "JUN- Brian Hardiman was an outstanding player for the Patriots. He led the team with a total points of 358.
A clear shot for Delane as he scores and ties the
Bill Werner's persistence kept the Pats ahead an
finally a win.
B. Thorout dribbles around a Passaic man to score another 2 points and J. Hendershot loses the ball, but B. Werner picked it up and scores 2.
end a half.
7th 8: 8th Graders Win Greater Pocono Tournament
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Jr. High Basketball: FRONT: A. Truipiano, J. Truipiano. MIDDLE: M. Florence, D. Martini, A. Mazurow-
flIxi,NFl.IWalker, L. Satmary, S. Tucker. BACK: G. Sweet, J. Swanson, T. Quinn, G. Ackerson, T. Cowell, L.
c al y.
Center, Ted Cowell, added 15 pts. in the final
game clinching the championship.
Glenn Sweet ended the season as high scorer.
The 7th and 8th grade team won
the Greater Pocono Tournament with
a 50-31 victory over Pocono Central
Catholic. The boys ended their season
with a final record of 20-2. Greg Ack-
erson and Glenn Sweet were selected
to the all-tournament team.
l g Cowell Leads Varsilg Girls as High Scorer
Girls Varsity Basketball: FRONT: M. Unangst, E. Cowell. BACK: N. Barnett, S. Werner, K. Zydzik, J. Rob-
inson, Coach Ahlers, M. Lantinga, T. Gray, S. Fee, L. Niederlander, E. Kruty.
Evelyn Cowell and Michelle Unangst, two graduating lettermen, fight to take the ball away from the
Joyce Robinson, a 5'1 1" junior, followed Evelyn
Cowell with 164 points.
Miss Ahlers coached the varsity girls to another
win over Pius X.
Unguarded, Evelyn Cowell takes advantage of
the situation by shooting a set shot.
A jump ball is called for when Michelle Unangst,
Lori Neiderlander, and a Pius X girl get their
hands on the ball.
Coach Ahlers calls a time-out in the second quarter of the game.
The Patriot girls' varsity basketball
team ended their season with a total
of 5 wins and 13 losses. Three girls
played exceptionally well and kept Sue
Brown, the scorekeeper, alert. Evelyn
Cowell was high scorer with 177
points, including field goals and foul
shots, Joyce Robinson had 226
rebounds, and Eileen Kruty contrib-
uted with 56 assists and 76 steals.
Quite often Coach Eileen Ahlers had
the team use a man-to-man defense
and a 1-2-2 offense. She also taught
them how to break an opposing
team's man-to-man defense. The
average points scored per game was
Although their record is not overly
impressive, each individual put forth a
100'Mi effort, and learned what true
success is all about - it's not
whether you win or lose that counts,
but how you play the game.
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
NORTH WARREN OPPONENT
26 BELVIDERE 40
26 P'BURG CATH. 45
36 HACKETTSTOWN 53
36 WARREN TECH. 20
42 POCONO CENT. 45
23 HIGH POINT 56
50 PIUS X 28
26 VERNON 38
23 WARREN HILLS 42
39 P'BURG CATH. 50
34 HACKETTSTOWN 58
59 WARREN TECH. 18
32 PIUS X 18
30 BELVIDERE 51
49 SADDLE RIVER 22
38 WARREN HILLS 59
36 JEFFERSON 57
42 NEWTON 46
I WON: 5 LOST: 13 TlES:O
J.V.'s Achieve the First Winning
Basketball Season for N.W.
This year Mr. Wieboldt coached the
junior varsity girls' basketball team to a
successful season of 10 wins and 4
losses. The thirteen member team con-
sisted of six girls who played last year
and seven unexperienced players. Junior
Kathy Zydzik, one of the new teammates,
led the team with 123 points, 96
rebounds, and 38 steals for the total
fourteen games. Mary Ann Lantinga, a
6'1" freshman, took possession of 92
rebounds, while Jenny Litz totalled 43
The girls worked on several various
offenses and defenses which proved to
be especially well-played in the second
game against Belvidere. The team made
a comeback from a first half score of 4-
14 to a victorious score of 31-19 by the
end of the last quarter.
Jenny Litz attempts to score as Lori Neiderlan- Lori Neiderlander takes action to move towaro
der gets set for the rebound. the hall
arren takes possession of this jump ball to begin the game.
JV Basketball FRONT K Cannon C Green A Barnett L Rowe D Bowman BACK B Robin
J Litz S Fee C Taylor M Lantinga T Gray K Zydzik L Neiderlander Coach Wieboldt
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WON LOST 4 TIES 0
Kathy Zydzik a iunior in her first year of basket- A successful foul shot by Diane Bowman racks up another point for the Patriots.
ball, was high scorer with 123 points.
Spirit . . . Drive . . . Abililg . . .
Varsity Cheerleaders: L. Tucker, L. Mitchell, S. Garretson, J. Straut, C. Stetanacci, L. Simonetti, K. Frutchey, Ca t. V. Keef , C . C . J. S
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p e o apt traut, L. Tironi, C.
, S Gerkhardt, S. VanderWeiIe, K. Winton, S. Cook.
Much practice goes into the finished product seen by the fans during halftime on the field, or at a pep
55 rally. Daily practices keep the
"Hey we are bad, we are the latest fad!" is the point Lisa Tironi and Judy Straut get across to the oppos-
ing team, Greenbrook.
Cheerleaders' legs in tip-top shape.
Cheering through the rain, cold, or
snow takes a lot of devotion. This year
the squad was led by Val Keefe and
Jean Straut. They along with the rest
of the squad and student body sup-
ported each and every team. They also
had bad times, a missed basket, a pin,
a touchdown, but through it all they
did a greatjob.
Jr. High cheerleaders at their best at the first Spirit
Dr. Herbert and his family watch the display of N.W.
ers Boosl Qpiril a+ Pep Rallies
The spirit stick is the highlight of the pep rally -the most enthusiastic class wins.
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Val and the gang enjoy the smiles and responses ofthe crowd.
V. Cheerleaders: FRONT: S. Me-sach, B. Reiger, R. Zwetkof. BACK: M. Cappalbo, J. Koefedis. Monti-
Ilo, L. Bartilozi, Captain: E. Schilling.
Jr. Varsifg and Jr. High Add Qpirif
Varsity Coach: Miss Hoagland, J.V. Coach: Miss
Chisesi, Jr. High Coach: Mrs. Schaeffer.
V.'s speak to the crowd exclaiming - S-U-C
Fall Sports Alhleies Honored
Coach Snyder commends Soccer athletes for another winning season.
All Area player Cindy Callahan poses with Miss
Captains Glen Stauffer and Adrienne Barnett
pose with their awards.
Mr. Goffredo congratulates Blake Brandt after 2
After Success Filled Season
Fullback Frank Delman is congratulated by
Coach Sweet. '
Sue Moscatello receives well deserved recogni-
The first annual fall sports award
night was held to honor the athletes of
Football, Soccer, Field Hockey, Cross
Country and Gymnastics, all of which
had highly successful seasons. The
recipients of the football awards were:
Steve Masten, the Minuteman Award,
Danny Cullen, Outstanding Lineman,
Jim Carey, The Liberty Cup, and Blake
Brandt, M.V.P. Soccer awards were
presented to: Andy Petretti, Coaches
Award, John Vander Wal, all state
Award, and Frank Delman, M.V.P. The
entire seventh and eighth grade team
was honored and received the All
County Team title for the second year
in a row. Gymnastics, Cross Country,
and Field Hockey honored their out-
standing athletes among the award
recipients were: Glen Stauffer and
Adrianne Barnett, Cross Country,
Cindy Callahan, Field Hockey, and Sue
Moscatello, Gymnastics. All the ath-
letes should be commended for their
efforts both on the field and in the
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Coach Higgins reflects on a successful football season as the Patriots became county champs.
A A G
N H S
provlde students with a
variety of learning experl
ences which cannot be
found In the usual class
room Through these after
school clubs students gam
a feeling of self conf:
dence as well as a better
understandnng of them
selves which cannot be
obtained through a book
Successful human beings
are not lumlted to one area
of knowledge but rather
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Nov. 26, 1979, the Senior girls met
with the Junior girls in a "Powder
Puff" football game. Many spectators
gathered to watch the girls play.
The Senior team consisted of: A.
Geene, M. Cannon, co-capt T. Brugler,
M. Barnett, T. Neiderlander, CO-Capt L.
Cato, P. Grounard, W. Ciceran, D.
Adelberg, L. Schinellerler, M. Hipple,
L. Osmun, L. Drew, S. Brown, and D.
Bielecki. J. Benson and J. Carey
helped coach the girls.
The Junior team consisted of: Co-
capt L. Cagno, E. Kruty, C. Green, co-
capt T. Gleckler, A. Sisco, L. Fenton,
co-capt P. Makarevich, D. McCrone,
N. Barnett, S. Ritter, S. VanDerWiele,
and J. Gwynne. C. Sacks and Dave
DeYong were the girl coaches.
The Juniors defeated the seniors
22-6. For the Seniors, M. Barnett, ran
the ball 75 yds. and made their only
touchdown. L. Fenton scored the Jun-
iors first TD and added 2 points on a
conversion. Fenton again carried the
ball 30 yds. for the second Junior TD.
C. Green scored the third TD on a dou-
The girls deserve a lot of credit.
Both teams worked hard and had a
good time playing.
Steve Masten was the "lone official".
Juniors Smash Seniors
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i. Brugler, quarterback, and lineman, M. Can
non, thinking about the first half.
Coach DeYong and the Juniors are quite content at half time.
Laurie Fenton jumps for joy after tagging Penny
OB, E. Kruty makes new plans for the game. P. Makarevich was the only injury in the game.
Almost Angihing Weni at Almost Anything Goes
This year, Almost Anything Goes
was sponsored by the Class of '80, the
only class to win the event two years in
a row as Juniors and Seniors. The
events were intense and exciting
bringing out the enthusiasm of the
crowd. Nluch to the suprise ofthe
crowd, the Freshman took second, the
Sophomores third, and the Juniors
Bill Figured returns to his childhood years at the
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Mary Barnett artistically decorates Bruce Zoppy with
Oops! Bruce Brown drops the crates near the finish line as John Gilmore looks on
Joyce Robinson "stuffs her face" with Boston creme pie in the eating contest.
Seniors Present "The Varielg Show."
Mary Barnett portrayed a social outcast.
Linda Schineller portrays Judy Miller
Vincent Grossi, Steve Byrom, Larry Clifford and Steve Masten re-enactt
Tom Santomartino sang "Why Me"
he Presidential Debate
Jean Straut and Greg Martka pose in the Nerd
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Two Fools Who Gained a Measure of Wisdom
The newly-wed couple, Dave Fryman and Deb Crisman, meet his aunt.
"Two Fools Who Gained a Measure
of Wisdom," by Tim Kelly, was the
second play the seniors presented. It
was a comedy about a newly-wed cou-
pIe's first visit to their relatives. It star-
red Dave Fryman as the husband, Deb
Crisman as his wife, Lee Burdge as his
aunt and Barb Harris as her maid.
Lee Burdge playing the role of the couples' rich, eccentric aunt.
The last play the seniors presented
was "Impromptu" by Tad Mosel. This
was a story about four actors whose
stage manager sent them out on stage
without a script. They tried to enter-
tain the people and while doing this,
they learned a lot about themselves.
Laurie Osumn, Jeff Fenton, Mary Bar-
nett and Larry Clifford were the stars.
The cast of "Impromptu" left to right: Laurie Osmun, Jeff Fenton, Mary Barnett, and Larry Clifford.
LEF77 Jeff Fenton, portray-
ing an experienced actor,
puts forth his knowledge.
Tony and Winifred, portrayed by Larry Clifford and Mary Barnett, learn to
appreciate each other.
N.W.'s Student Government
FRON71 I-r: F. Delman, G. Martka, M. Barnett, V. Grossi, S. Werner, C. Christian, L. Mitchell. SECOND ROIM I-r: A. Petretti, M. Unangst, E. Cowell, R. Gordon,
M. Bourhis, W. Kobee, L. Konga. THIRD ROW' G. Guiler, M. Walker, K. Anderson, E. Ball, K. Koefed, L. Lothian, L. Freet, E. Giordano, S. Messina. FOURTH
ROW: R. Sorenson, N. Glabb, D. Barnes, P. Tironi, T. Gilmore, J. Hollis, M. Clavell, L. Garretson, D. Oleszek, D. Bowman, K. Runyon, A. Capalbo, D. Williams.
FIFTH ROW: R. Raikowski, K. Keyser, J. Baldwin, J. Straut, S. Cook, K. Ritter, S. VanDerWieIe, B. Rieger, K. Conticchio, P. Makervich, C. Cullen, S. Moscattello,
Fl. Kise, J. Cappiello. BACK ROW: J. Robinson, M. Markus, F. McCauley, R. Gladd, R. Green, C. Jones, C. Thoureau, T. Hardiman, J. Martini, B. LaBarre.
Calendar of Events
Oct Collection for UNICEF
Dec Santa s Workshop
Jan State Convention
Feb Carnation Sale
Mar Spirit Week
Nov. Spirit Week Bonfire
LEFT' Advisor Ms. R. Massong Pres. Frank Delman, Corresponding Sec. Wendy Kobee, Treas. Gerard
Guiler, Recording Sec. Michelle Walker. MISSING: Vice Pres. Patty Makarevich.
Pride Week Adds Spirit
Examples of "Hat Day", "Dress Up Day", "Clone Day", "Shoe Day", and "Red, White and Blue Day", were presented to the students during an assembly.
Pride Week, sponsored by the Stu-
dent Council provided five days of fun
activities. Spirits were kept high
between fall and winter sports sea-
sons by "Colors Day", "Clone Day",
"Big Clothes Day", and "Hat and
Shoe Day". North Warren showed it is
bursting with pride by the participa-
tion shown from November 26th to
Lori Simonetti and Steve Masten display their
Red, White and Blue colors.
Pat Makarevich and Charlie Sacks dress alike
for "Clone Day".
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This year's Christmas Concerts
gave us a real demonstration of the
talent we have in our school. The band
started the concert with some beauti-
ful arrangements and ended their por-
tion of the program with the tradi-
tional "Auld Lang Syne": confetti and
all! The chorus put on a beautiful per-
formance, and added to their portion
of the program were many beautiful
solos. lt was a terrific way to end the
Joyce Robinson honors the audience with an
excellent solo from the "Messiah"
Christmas Concert '79 . . .
Tom Mulligan performs a solo from the "Mes- Lori Cain and Caryl 'Fink sing "One Tin Soldier'
Confetti falls from above as "Auld Lang Syne" is played.
Festival of Music
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A small portion of the chorus demonstrates their singing ability.
Their voices sweep over the audience like a sudden wi
Cheryl Angle accompanies the chorus.
Jamie Schissler, only in 7th grade, amazes
everyone with his performance.
A Long Climb Up
The marching band started the year
with the right foot forward. They
began practice the first week of school
and by October they were competing
in field shows. For the first year in this
area of competition, the band did an
outstanding job. The members put in
many hours of practice to make the
show perfect. As a result, they took a
first place in Arlington, N.Y. and two
second places in Whitehall, Pa. and at
Lenape Valley High School.
ln the spring the band travelled to
Winchester, Virginia and Ocean City,
Maryland to participate in street com-
The Marching Band.
Complete concentration on the show
Ladder to Success
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D. Bielecki and L. Osmun salute the audience. Twurl 2-3-4, Up 2-3-4-
"Get unto that beat"
"Keep that line straight" "Good iob
The Off Season
Cathi Kassakianp one of many accepted in "Who's Who Among American High School Musicians."
The "Off Season" for the band is
during the winter months when it is
impossible to march outside. These
months are spent practicing for the
Christmas and Spring Concerts.
Nevertheless the minds of the band
members are on the coming spring when
they will be competing against some of
the top bands in the country. Time is
spent memorizing the show music and
learning new routines. However, at the
first sign of spring the band will be
Rifle practice in the halls
Joe Meshach and Laurie Osmun practice durin
The flags during one of their many practice sessions.
Mr. B. concentrates on the show.
The drum line keeping with the beat.
Band and Chorus Perform
Kathy Zydzik, Cheryl Stefanacci, and Loreli Drew give a big smile before the concert begins.
Mr. Byrne presents Jim Benson and Dave Tims their awards for the bicycle rack they made in Metal
Laurie Cagno sings "lt's Too Late Baby" to the
audience and received a standing ovation.
The Chorus sings Alleluia Chorus."
Mr. Sweet begins and dismisses the assembly.
The first Thanksgiving concert, held
on November 21, consisted of efforts
contributed by the Chorus and Band.
Lori Cagno and Mary Hipple were
given the chance to perform for the
student body and faculty. This was the
first time students had the opportunity
to sing solos on stage. Lori sang "lt's
Too Late Baby" and Mary sang "You
Light Up My Life." The audience
showed their appreciation by giving
them each a standing ovation. Mr.
Byrne then presented awards to Jim
Benson and Bob Tims, who placed
sixth in the National Lincoln Welding
Contest for the bicycle rack they con-
structed in metal shop. All in all, the
assembly was a big success.
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On April first, second and third, the
musical production of "CAMELOT"
came to the stage of North Warren.
This was the second annual musical
The musical takes place the time of
King Arthur and the Knights of the
Round Table. The musical also tells of
Arthur's love for his wife Guenevere,
his friend Lancelot, and his devotion
to his country and it's people. ln the
final act it tells of the critical decision
he must make between Guenevere
and his country, Love or War.
Because the costumes had not yet
arrived these pictures were taken in
the last stages of rehearsal.
Jeff Fenton - Pellinore - making his point on what should be done.
Robert Sullivan plays the role of Lancelot in his first musical at North Warren
Clifford one of King Arthur's knights pro-
tects the Queen.
A touching moment between King Arthur - Glenn Stauffer and Guenevere Laurie Cagno
single 'Siva .
Hard at work to get ready for the final show: Brenda
Griesman, Mary Barnett, Bonnie Mitchell and Liz Satmary
Carol Redwanski works hard to get the scenery
Mrs. Huff talking to Jim Benson to show how things should be done
The Final Product- All ready for the show.
Ski Club Makes lhe Besl of a Man-Made Winler
BOTTOM ROIM O. Kipar, D. Woyzichowsky, J. Hollis, K. Snyder, M. Baldwin, S. Winay. MIDDLE ROW J. Baldwin, C. Fink, J. Hayes, J. Hollis, Fl. Feldman, D.
Kitchen, C. Anderson, L. Striker, W. Meyer. TOP ROW: L. Stampone, C. Wedderman, E. Hollabaugh, S. Cook, S. Mesach, R. Zwetkof, L. Nonon, M. Martin, M.
Diane Kitchen and Rebecca Feldman waiting for the bus.
The N.W.R. Ski Club had an unusu-
ally good season this year - unusual
in that almost all seven ski outings
took place on man-made snow. Mrs.
Barabas and Mr. Terhune supervised
the 24 member group on half-day as
well as evening trips. Both novice and
experienced skiers enjoyed them-
selves, and took advantage of the stop
for donuts on the way home.
lt was nearly an injury-free year,
except for Cindy Struble breaking an
arm the first time out.
French Club Tastes New Foods
Chocolate fondue and cheese fon-
dues were some of the French dishes
prepared and eaten by the club mem-
bers. On Feb. 6, the club took over the
Home Ec room for 3 hours getting
ready for the party. The fondues were
enjoyed by everyone and after they
were all "stuffed" the movie "The
Red Balloon" was shown to end a per-
French Club: J. Koefed, S. VanDerWeile, L. Tucker S VanDerWeiIe C Culuccu Fl Mollo T Botwinick Fl Clavel M Drewes S Gerkhardt J Hollis MISSING
Everyone enjoyed the chocolate fondue.
Getting the club to pose for a picture was no problem at all!
"Ein Kleiner Schnii-l von Deutschland"
The German club met bi-monthly to
learn about Germany and to have fun.
They published a literary magazine, Ein
Kleiner Schnitt von Deutschland - A Lit-
tle Slice of Germany, edited by Grace
Budai with help from Tracy Schwartz.
They continued with the traditional
Christmas feast this year at the Black
Forest Inn in Netcongg no dirty dishes
that way. . .
Mrs. Thum and Grace Budai composing an article.
FR . . . . , . , . , . m, . enspies, L. Corby, J. Shotwell, L. Schinellei
BACK: A. Gleckler, K. Conticchio, J. Koefed, G. Budai, O. Gouger, Fl. Zwetkof, T. Schwartz, S. Garretson.
ONT: B. Hayes, L. Keller, V. Klahre, B. Mutchler SECOND' Mrs J Thum B Reiger S Cook B Burha C R
Foreign Representatives Visit N.W.R.
This year N.W.R. hosted two Rotary
exchange students Aida Magana and
Aida arrived at N.W.R. in Sept.
1979 and will return home to Mexico
in August 1980. Aida was placed in
the Junior class and she is fitting in
very well while making plenty of new
friends. Aida came to N.W. speaking
Spanish, but with a little help from her
friends and families she can now
speak very good English.
ln Jan. 1980, Aida was joined by
another Rotary exchange student,
Fiona Campbell, from South Africa.
Fiona has been placed in the Senior
class as she has already graduated
from school back home. Fiona will stay
atN.W. until Jan. 1981.
Both Aida and Fiona are here to
learn of the U.S. ways and also to rep-
resent their home countries.
Fiona Campbell in South African school uni- Fiona Campbell
Norih Warren Hosts
Mr. DeHaven looks on as the third team puts the final touches onto their Renata Haradja and Barb Dragowski play the song "Pop Goes the Weasel
programs. on "Wild Vibes."
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Vince Grossi and Mr. Smith examine the super structure, a Balsa Wood project that can support over one hundred pounds!
Mind Olympics Competition
Robbie the Anti-Smoking Robot was built from odds and ends by its creator Julius Harajua.
FRONT: R. Feldman, A. Ford, R. Jacobsen, M. Henderson, B. Feldman. SECOND: B. Dragowski, L.
Maves, R. Haradja, E. Giordano, G. Woyzichowsky, D. Haradja. BACK: D. Kitchen, V. Grossi, D. Ferreira,
R. Klein, G. Lenkey.
On March 3rd, North Warren hosted
the Regional Mind Olympics competi-
tion. Among the problems presented
for our team this year were: Super-
structure, a balsa wood structure
designed to support the maximum
weight, Robbie the Anti-Smoking
Robot, who navigates an obstacle
course and extinguished a preposi-
tioned cigarette, Go Rocky Go involves
a vehicle whose only power is the fall-
ing weight of five pounds of sand and
Wild Vibes a project in which several
tunes must be placed on made up
instruments. North Warren has pro-
duced another strong team this year.
We took first place in two of four
events we entered, Wild Vibes and
Robbie the Anti-Smoking Robot: will
go on to Glass-Boro College in N.J. on
April 19, 1980. Superstructure and Go
Rocky Go came in second place. The
Superstructure held a weight of 375
pounds and Go Rocky Go traveled 60
Nalional Honor Socielg
BOTTOM:G. Guiler, T. Brugler, D. Gladd, L. Tironi, R. Feldman, Fl. Hardja. MlDDLE:A Petretfi, B. Hardiman, V. Keefe, J. Straut, W. Kobee, S. Werner, Advisor
Mrs. B. McDonough. TOP: M. Bourhis, T. Stuy, B. Brandt, L. Clifford, M. Unangst, M. E. Cannon, E. Cowell, J. Robinson.
Tim Stuy and Frank Delman selling Christmas Officers: V.P. - Andy Petrefti, Sec. - Wendy Kobee, Pres. - Marc Bourhis, Treas. - Frank
wreaths to raise funds.
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Left to Right: S. Freet, C. Whitford, S. Depuy, C. Barnes, M. Leopardi, D. Diana, S. Rowe, D. Sheer, Mr. Rufe MISSING Mary Hipple
This year the accounting club was
lead by Mr. Rufe. The club sponsored
a canned foods drive during Decem-
ber. They collected many types of can-
ned products and donated them to the
Salvation Army. The whole school par-
ticipated and the turn-out was terrific.
Later on in the year, members of the
club invested in stocks. The club also
took a trip to Martin Guitar and a good
time was had by all. The members
also raised money for the annual club
President- Mike Leopardi
Vice President - Cindy Whitford
Secretary - Sherri Depuy
Treasurer - Cindy Barnes
Mr. Rufe - advisor
The Liberfg Press
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We Put ll All Together
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Sue Brown and Dianne Gladd go over the photographers list.
The 1980 yearbook staff
would like to take this chance
to thank Mr and Mrs George
Franklin Shirley and Lorston
Thomas Studios Special
thanks to Mary Ellen and Larry
for doing an excellent job in the
Advisor S Purrazzella
Co Editors D Gladd and T
Cover Design M Markus
In o L Tucker
Senior Section W Kobee
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Divider Pages - R. Feldman
Yearbook Staff: BOTTOM: S. Brown, R. Feldman, V. Grossi, B. Burham, C. Barnes. TOP: L. Clifford, W. Kobee, D. Gladd, L. Tucker, L. Rogers, N. Reinalda, C
Whiford, Advisor - S. Purrazzella.
Cindy Whitford prepares a story to be typed.
A Le!-ler From the Editor
To the Staff,
We would like to take the time to
thank our staff for doing an excellent
job. Although our staff was small in
number, we think we've produced the
best book ever!!
Special thanks to Miss P. for putting
up with the MANY frustrations. Also
special thanks to Liane for helping out
when we really needed her. Mary Ellen
Cannon, Larry Clifford and Terry Raf-
ferty: thanks for a great job!
We'd like to take this time to wish
the Class of '80 the best of luck. We
hope that you will always remember
the good times in school and OUT of
School. GOOD LUCK!
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Board of Ed
The relationship between
teacher and student IS all lmpor
tant In the classroom When the
two can communicate learning
ln 1980 teachers devoted
their time to helping us grow to
be Intelligent adults Thls effort
IS one we wlll appreciate all of
The feelnng of pnde here at
N W Fl was truly a deserved one
because the teachers and stu
dents worked together to
S achleve our SUCCESS
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Board of Ed ucaiion
FRONT: Mrs, V. Petretti, Mrs. O. Guiler, Mrs. R. Krauss CSec.j, Mrs. M. Fink. BACK: Mr. A. Molnar, Mr. D. Dickerson, Mr. R. Pohl. MISSING: Mr. J. Anconetani
Miss L. Meshach, Mr. J. Gilmore, Mr. R. Drew.
New Superintendent Encourages Communitg
Dr. Herbert, North Warren's new
superintendent, is popular among stu-
dents and faculty, as well as parents.
He believes that parents play a very
important role in our community. To
promote this role, he has established
the PIECES program, which stands for
Parental Involvement Enthusiasm
Communication Equals Success. The
parents of students are invited to
meet the administrators, tour the
school, and sit in on classes.
Before coming to North Warren, Dr.
Herbert was an assistant superintend-
ent in Gloutster City, N.J. Dr. Herbert,
his wife, Giselle, and his daughter,
Shannon, are avid fans of our school
and attend many of the activities and
North Warren Regional
P.O. Box 410
Blairstown, New Jersey
Dear Seniors June 1980
Why do some people find that one
success leads to new and greater suc-
cess, while others seem to experience
failure, which produces low achieve-
ment, giving rise to another defeat
until they are caught in a ghetto of
personal failure and setback? What
makes the difference? Successful per-
sons, unlike the low-achievers, have
learned to set goals, dream so to
speak, and to plan with a positive atti-
tude toward reaching those goals.
They are not intimidated by an impos-
sibility, but rather motivated by the
The blueprint for success is availa-
ble, choose wisely and life will be tre-
mendous for you.
Dr. Edward W. Herbert
North Warren Regional High School
P.O. BOX 410, BLAIRSTOWN, NEW
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Richard E. Byrne Jack D. Sweet
Principal Vice Principal
Dear class of 1980:
You and I have something in com-
mon -this year we both will be leav-
ing North Warren Regional - both of
us with fond memories of people and
I will always remember you as my
last graduating class, and will remem-
ber the good times we shared - The
School Spirit Weeks and Assemblies,
The Bonfire, and the many student
accomplishments, and, you will carry
pleasant memories of fellow students,
your teachers, and certain events with
you for the rest of your lives - and as
you leaf through this yearbook many
times in the years ahead these memo-
ries will return again and again and
become richer as time goes by.
In closing, it is my wish for you that
the good Lord will keep the wind at
your back, a smile on your lips, a song
in your heart, and enough dreams to
keep you ever striving forward.
Richard E. Byrne
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Vice Principal: Mr. J. Sweet
Lending a Helping Hand
Mr. V. Pustizzi
Mrs. D. Farley
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Mr. T. Bartholomew Mrs. Kmetz Mrs. T. Rudolph
World Affair Classes
A tour guide explains the structure of the U.N. U.N. delegates depart from the General Assembly after a lengthy meeting concerning foreign affairs.
The Security Council room prepared for the upcoming meeting dealing with Iran.
Mr. B. Terhune Mrs. M. Guarisco
Miss S. Purrazzella
Travel to the United Nations
Marc Bourhis takes a break to "munch out" on a hot pretzel.
Mr. M. Strawins Mr. B. Wieboldt
On November 15, Mr. Wieboldt and
Mr. Strawin's World Affairs Classes
took a tour of the United Nations
Building in New York City. The stu-
dents saw the General Assembly, the
Secretariat, and the various councils.
There were also many gifts from
around the world displayed in the
A few people searched for Ayatollah
Khomeni, but he was nowhere to be
found. After enjoying the sights and
the bus ride through the streets of
New York City, the group headed back
to North Warren. A stop was made on
the way home at a Burger King for
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Mr. A. Rincavage
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Mr. R. Ivins Miss C. Martin
Anatomg Cuts lo the Heart of the Matter
Under the auspices of Miss Linkiewicz, a
nine-member Anatomy class pushed back the
frontiers of biological knowledge this year,
bravely volunteering their appetites for the
cause of science. After dealing with such vital
questions as the authenticity of Larry, the
human skeleton CIS he plastic?j, the class pro-
ceeded to gain a solid knowledge of human
anatomy through notetaking, experiments,
and comparison of the human and cat anato-
mies, which closely resemble one another in
many ways. This latter phase involved the dis-
section which unpleasantly surprised so many
office runners, and a detailed written compari-
son between the human and feline anatomies.
Such a specialized, in-depth course of study
and the preparation of a college-level term
paper will be of much help to all the Anatomy
students when they do reach College, whether
or not they intend to take courses in biological
or medical fields.
Besides, it was fun.
Mr. L. Chinook
Pete Zwetkof enjoys one of the more unusual rewards provided by the pursuit of pure science.
Mr. D. Dehaven Miss C. Faunce
Mrs. J. Kole Mrs. O. Kressley Miss C. Linkiewicz
LEFT: Some Anatomy students, such as MaryE-
llen Canon, appeared to derive uncalled-for
pleasure from their subject matter. Here she
introduces "Pat the Cat."
BELOW: Dedicated students such as Evelyn
Cowell frightj and Michelle Unangst insured the
class against scholastic cat-astrophe. At left
they identify superficial muscles on their speci-
Office Simulation Learns
The simulation class held a Christmas office party. They exchanged gifts and celebrated with lots of yummy snacks.
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Mr. McDermott was given a gift by the secretar-
Deb Crisman, Barb Harris and Sanna Tonnessen enjoyed themselves with the food and the company. 'es'
and Works for 9eo.'s.
For a week while Mrs. Sipley was out, the girls took turns each day by replacing her and doing all her
jobs. Here Miss Burd answers a telephone call for Dr. Herbert.
Deb Crisman types the morning absentee for the main office. This is one of the many jobs done by the
girls for the offices.
Mrs. J. Graff
Miss G. Chisesi
Mr. R. Rufe
This year the Business Department
added a new courseg Office Simula-
tion. lt was designed for those stu-
dents who have completed courses in
typing and steno, and plan a secretar-
ial career. The girls and Mr.
McDermott did a great job this year
aiding the secretarial staff.
Chorus Performs 3 Concerts
FROND J. Crisman, R. Sullivan, J. Guerin, K. Scank, J. Schissler, J. Gardner, B. Rooth, G. Staufter, J. DeNora, T. Mulligan, K. McCrone. MIDDLE: C. Anole, K.
Ritter, T. Sanner, P. Makarvich, Howie, B. Quinn, L. Laubach, A. Magana, A. Garren, C. Green, C. Fink, L. Anderson. B CK: Director: M. DeMaio P. Sterner L
Cain, C. Carroll, S. Horeis, D. Mydosh, L. Cagno, B. DePuy, L. Quinn, S. Bender, L. Maves, S. Ritter, J. Janda, E. Hollabaugh, B. Mitchell, C. Vlfedderman,'N.
Huttson, N. Reinalda.
Cheryl Angle accompanied the chorus when practicing, and sometimes in concert. Director: Mr. M. DeMaio.
Lori Cain sings a popular tune, one of the many the chorus performs. Lorrie Quick and Jim Schissler
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FRONT: L. Quick, A. Paglia, L. Melchior, C. Beegle, T. Langdon, D. Rader, S. Vaughn, V. Santomartino, B. Sherman, J. Schissler, J. Fodera, R. Bates, T. Hardi
man, M. Green. BACK:C. Gold, L. Talley, L. Hendershot, J. William, L. Norge.
Music: The lniernaiional Language
Suzanne VanDerWeiIe and Judy Straut practicing during Senior Band
Tom Quinn at work in Junior Band.
Anyone who walked into the band
room during senior or junior band
practice would know that it's not just
another easy class. A lot of hard work
and dedication goes into playing as
instrument. There is the repetition
and practice of songs until they're just
right, and the concentration on each
and every note. Nevertheless, all this
hard work is rewarded by the feeling
of satisfaction when you've given
New Teacher Brings
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The seventh grade class was given a surprise during the Halloween season. Mrs. Hough brought in pumpkins for everyone to carve.
Mrs. C. Hough Darren Perna and Joe Repasky carve their creation.
Frances Roberts tries the new weaving loom Mrs. Hough has brought to class.
Charlie Kappes enjoys working with the clay. Ginnie Welsh designs her clay project and what else
could it be besides: a balance beam!
Projecis in ihe Making
Adrienne Ketcham pressing the final creases. Todd Budd "watching the fingers.'
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Mrs. E- Garthwait Mike Crement preparing a quiche
Jim Sampson precision cutting.
Mrs. C. Randal! "Keeping a tidy kitchen."
Benson 8: Tims Place Blh in
James F. Lincoln Na+'I Contest
Jim Benson and Dave Tims won sixth
place in the Northeast Division of the
James F. Lincoln Nat'l Welding contest.
Their winning entry was a bicycle rack
the school had requested to be put in
front of the building. Roy Longyhore and
Mr. Golzio drew up the project, designing
with both economy and usefulness in
mind. After the plans were laid out, Jim
and Dave devoted six months of their
shop classes, under the supervision of
Mr. Dolan, to building the bicycle rack.
Also contributing their efforts to the con-
test were Alan Howie and Bill Werner.
They each constructed an iron welding
table which is in the shop.
Jim Benson and Dave Tims in with their award winning bicycle rack which has become very useful
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DeYong begins his project in woodshop. Lynn Fullerton designing a plate in Mechanical drawing class.
Mr. F. Dolan helping Dan Novi with his project in metal shop. Mr. W. McDonough
Guieniag. Hola. Bonjour!!
John Ritchie and Bob Thourot enjoying one of those occasional Spanish parties.
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Library Staff: FRONT: D. Gouger, B. Mitchell. BACK: D. Smith, V. Carpenter, D. Fryman, D. Crisman, S. Huff
Chris Fox looking for the right book
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Shawn Dalton preparing a term paper
Evergbodg's Favoriie Class!!
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Agriculture Gains Interest!
Each student has a chance to study and learn to take care of animals. Here, Joan Scherzer does her part by refilling the water feeder.
This year's Agricultural students
received first hand experiences in
raising a variety of small animals. Stu-
dents had the responsibility of feed-
ing, housing, cleaning and keeping
day by day records for a number of
rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs and
mice. Money was raised for the ani-
mals needs by selling the offspring.
Miss Gebhard introduced this pro-
gram this year and Miss Gebhard has
been pleased with the response shown
by the students.
ln other areas, Horticulture was
given two periods which enables the
use of the now completed green-
house. The Horticulture Department
raised money for supplies by offering
plants and terrariums for sale around
holidays. The Agriculture Department
future looks promising.
One of the newly born hamsters opens its eyes
for the first time.
Linda Berry and Sharon Anderson help in
keeping the weight records of baby hamst
for future studies.
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Mrs. K. Sandberg Mrs. U. Emery
Mrs. P. Cornish
Mrs. R. Krauss
Forget your combination . . . locker
number? . . . Can't find your best
friend? Ask one of the ladies in the
The secretarial staff effectively car-
ries out its duties and is known for the
efficient job it does for the students,
faculty, and administration.
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Mrs. C. Feldman Miss P. Hoagland
Miss Fl. Zenock
Miss A. Pinis
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North Warren Regional
The CIE program gained more inter-
est this year. Miss Chisesi is pleased
with the outcome of this relatively new
program. Nine students received 15
credits while working during school
Students Earn I5 Crediis
Oraton Rubber Stamp
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Biff Equigifgt Tracy Neiderlander
Hoffman La Roche
For Working Half Dag
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Blairstown Plumbing 81 Heating
Hoffman La Roche
Seventh Grade 4
ln 1980 many students
received personal recogni
tion for accomplishments
both inside and outside of
school. This added to the
feeling of pride and self
satisfaction felt by each
one of us.
A number of students
couldnt make a unified
body. First the students
had to feel comfortable
with each other then every-
one could work together as
WE together as a whole
worked towards our quest
. . . achievement of SUC-
HE STUDENT BGDY
CLASS OF 85 "WE WILL 9URVIVE"
Advisor: Miss Zenock Pres. Tom Gilmore, VP. Lisa O'Rourde, Treas. Lorrie Lothian. MlSSlNG.'Sec. Pat Tironi.
Ball only her first year at NWR is already an active member
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Advisori Mrs.Gar1hwai1G Pres. Jill Martini, V.P. Heidi Spera, Treas. Janet Hollis, Sec. Jodi Capiello
Greg Salmon and Dawn Rydell converse while preparing a delicious
concoction in cooking class.
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Michael Di Paolo
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David La Point
Lori Ann Nienstedt
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DAWN B. ADELBERG ELLEN C. ANDERSON
MARY ADELE BARNETT DOUGLAS H. BAYER
SHARON L. ANDERSON
SUSAN L. BECK
JAMES A. BENSON DAWN M. BIELECKI
MARC L. BOURHIS ELIZABETH A. BOWMAN JOHN M. BOEHM
BLAKE K. BRANDT SUSAN C. BROWN TERRY L. BRUGLER
DENILEE BURD LEE M. BURDGE
CINDY J. CALLAHAN
JAMES H. CAREY
TIMOTHY L. BUZZARD STEVE E. BYROM
MARYELLEN CANNON MYLES A. CAPPIELLO
Wendy Kobee came to NWR during her sophomore year. For the past two years Wendy as been our
Student Council Secretary. Recently, she received the honor of becoming State Student Council Secre-
LAURA M. CATO
LARRY G. CLIFFORD
KATHLEEN M. CHRISTIAN
EVELYN R. COWELL
WENDY C. CICERAN
DEBRA A. CRISMAN
JAMES E. CRISMAN DANIEL G. CULLEN
SHAWN P. DALTON FRANCES DELMAN
SHERRI L. DEPUY DONALD S. DIANA
JACOUELINE D. DEPUY
BRIAN L. DICKERSON
TARA L. DOYLE LORELEI L. DREW
JEFF A. FENTON WILLIAM J. FIGURED SCOTT FINDLAY
SHARON L. FREET KAREN L. FRUTCHEY WILLIAM D. FRYMAN
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JAMES F. GILNIORE DIANNE M. GLADD
RICHARD M. GORDON
CHARLES M. GRAMBERG
Before coming to Blairstown, Frances Roberts spent many years abroad. She has had the opportu'
nity to study in France, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, and Rome, She has mastered French, ltalian, and
Arabic as well as English. Frances relished her cosmopolitan life style and hopes to continue her
LAURIE E. GRAY
LOREN M. GRECO CARLA B. GREEN BRENDA L. GRIESMAN
VINCENT L. GROSSI PENNY A. GROUNARD JOHN F. GUERIN
GERARD K. GUILER BARBARA L. HARRIS
KATHLEEN K. HEINES ANNA R. HILLYARD MARY FRANCES HIPPLE
. ELISE L. HOLLABAUGH
Mary Francis Hipple has been singing since she was very young. Her first debut was here at N.W. dur-
ing an assembly. Since then Mary has had several singing jobs. She started at AIfonso's, a local restau-
rant. Now Mary Francis is presently the lead singer in the band, Creation. Her future plans include fur-
thering her education in either Music or business.
DANIEL S. JONES
WESLEY J. JONES VALEFIIE A. KEEFE ALAN D. KISE
WENDY L. KOBEE
Larry Clifford qualified as a National
Merit Scholarship finalist scoring
1340 points of a possible 1600 on the
Preliminary Scholastic apptitude test.
He then achieved the perfect rating on
the verbal portion of the SAT exam.
Larry also received the Bausch and
Lomb Award for his accomplishments
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ARTHUR P. MARGELOT GREGORY A. MARTKA
STEPHEN E. MASTEN
JEFFERY A. MOLITOR ANDREW MOLLO GREGORY T. MONNETT
THOMAS B. MULLIGAN DIANE P. MYDOSH
ANDREW E. PETRETTI ELIZABETH J. PHILLIPS NANCY K. REINALDA
LAURENE E. ROGERS SCOTT W. ROWE WILLIAM SACCO
CHARLES B. SACKS THOMAS SANTOMARTINO
KEVIN J. SCANK JOAN E. SCHERZER LINDA SCHINELLEFI
HEIDI E. SCHOENBERGER LYNN SMITH SUSAN M. SMITH
WENDY L SMITH The "anatomy syndrome" strikes a senior member down in his prime.
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DAVID STONE JEAN L. STFIAUT TIMOTHY O. STUY
ROBERT L. TIMS LISA M. TIRONI
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JON B. VAN DERWAL
BETSY A. WINTON
WERKHEISER CYNTHIA L. WHITFORD
GLENN C. WOLFF
DONNA C. WRIGHT
BRUCE A. ZOPPY
SHAUNA L. WRIGHT
JOSEPH G. YEOMANS
"' member of the class of 1980 graduating from
Troy High School, Troy, Pa.
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Camera and Film Dept, Prescriplions, Surgical Supplies,
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JOYCE TRAVEL AGENCY,
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