North Warren High School - Patriot Yearbook (Blairstown, NJ)
- Class of 1984
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Top Left: Donna Glynn is amazed at the artifacts of the
Bottom Left: Tammy Matlock and Cheryl Whipple are
happy with their results.
Above: Eileen Iennings and Karen Runyon smile at the
beauty of the flowers.
Left: Lisa Schmitt and Wendy Wolff enjoy their ceramics
. . . laughter, joy, and happiness.
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Pg. -1: Almmixwez IX1ikefLehmtm prucztices his t:i'oss-oven' agility tlriil.
Twp: Mr, Swtetat zitltimsses the tzrnwtl tit our first peep rally,
Right: Alice Bull shuws her spirit for the cross country tuum.
Pg. 5: 'l'up: Fans show t2illhllSiilSIY'l fm' our teams,
Right: Tum Drew intrntlutzes the varsity soccer teum.
Bnttum: All ut' mir czheerleuciing squutls.
explodes into enthusiasm
Athletic events involve many struggles but
Top Left: The field hockey teams practice their skills.
Bottom Left: The Patriots pass the hall hoping for a touchdown.
Above: The soccer team looks forward to their next game.
Left: Todd Benson, Alyssa Ford, Lorrie Lothian, Liana Striker
and Mike Kise head for the finish line.
win or lose, the memories will last forever.
After mastering difficult assignments
Above: Sue Beier, Traci Hardimanl Cindy Robinson, and Laura Schultz practice utlvnncetl olfitzu skills.
Top: Mr. McDonough assists Chris Meshach, Kenny Gerkhardt, Danny Demers, and Todd Benson in wood shop.
Right: Ron Yohe realizes he will soon achieve his goal.
Fur Right: Carole Gwynne flushes ti smile of achievement.
smiles of achievement and success
School spirit appears in . . .
Above: 7th and 8th grade hand,
Right: Scott Smith, Sue VanAlthius, Tom Dugan
and Kelly Glynn lend Suez Ahlers ai helping hand
with her Biology lah.
Almc1x'e:St1ulm1ts show their school spirit.
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friends during . . .
Right: Mr. Golzio helps Wendy Molitor,
Below: Smiles can he seen everywhere during
Far Right: Scott Bell and Paul Steffey have ei good time in
Bottom Right: Chorus rehearses for the Christmas
Classes lunch and after school
Memories of high school years bring
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Student Life ........ 18
Academic Life ..... 104
Doug Carroll rests
Tom Otinsky looks on in sheer amazement as Stacy Glaab
demonstrates how to catch a peanut.
a hard day's work.
Alyssa Ford and Lorrie Lothian show their school spirit on
Bob Crawford gets into a good booklduring study hall.
Senior Play ..,.........
Ski Club ................
National Honor Society ....
Mind Olympics ...........
Accounting Club and FBLA ..... . . .
Spanish Club ..............
7th and 8th Grade Activities .
Exchange Students .....,...
Student Council ....
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the 1983 Homecoming Queen.
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Doreen Williams congratulates our new queen, Tracy Mollo.
Heidi Spera and Brian Simpler Y Ianet Hollis and Tom Drew
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peanut butter sandwiches and the little red-headed girl during
The entire cast lE.ileen Iennings, Kevin Boland, Lori-Ann Nienstedt, Victor Santomartino, Bob Sherman, Laura Truex, Stefan Matzal, Ienny Feldman,
Chris Brennan, Laura Schultz, Karen Runyon, Cheryl Thourot, Elleke Seesinkl sings the opening song, "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown."
Schroeder tells Patty that Lucy isn't crabby anymore, but Lucy soon
enters the scene to prove him vs
a, Mel Wright, and Vince Mazzei operated lights, and
w ou everyone would have been le ' .
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Mr. DeMaio and Miss Schoch spent a lot of dedicated time directing
the senior play.
After Lucy takes his blanket for Hhis own good," Linus cunningly tries to
get it back with some "smooth talking." lAnd he succeedsll
Charlie Brown Stefan Matzal
Lucy Lori Nlenstedt
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Violet ............................ Eileen Iennings
Jane E. Schoch Chgyvl Moofe Hough
Art and Stage Crews
Drama Dzrecnon Muslc Dzrectzon
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Assistant Director An Dweam-
Done By Seniors
On December 9th and 10th, the seniors presented
"You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown." Instead of the
traditional drama, a musical was chosen, and it proved to
be very successful as well as enjoyable. The audience
laughed and spent a terrific evening while the cast
returned to their childhood days by acting like little kids.
Among the many comical scenes, "Baseball Game" was
a favorite. Charlie Brown tried to get his team psyched for
the big game. After a long and boring speech the team
decided to go out and put up a good fight for victory. There
were also other favorites like "Glee Club," "Little Known
Facts," and "Crabbiness Survey," which had the audience
laughing and smiling.
A sincere thanks is extended to Mr. DeMaio, Miss
Schoch, and Mrs. Hough for their time, dedication, and
cooperation. Also to Wendy Wolff for making the attractive
senior play program covers and posters.
Snoopy and Woodstock put their talents together into making "Snoopy" a
Violet exclaims, "A-men!"while Patty, Sally, and Lucinda continue with their ABC's. Charlie Brown tells Linus how enjoyable the
newspaper can be.
Lucy and Linus argue about a pencil l"Give me my pencil" "Not on your life"l while the rest of the cast sings "Home on the Range."
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Marcy waits for the signal to throw the basket- Before the performance of the senior play Ienny Feldman, Chris Brennan, Eileen Iennings, Cheryl
ball through the "hoop," Thourot, and Karen Runyon show what a good time was had by all.
Skiers Visit t. Gore
,il-, The ski club had lots of fun on the slopes of C1
lllllllg Camelback this year. The highlight of the
f F ' season was a trip to Gore Mountain on tl
L ,sg , February 10-12. A special thanks goes to Mrs.
X -A ' Schumaker and Mr. Terhune for their time L1
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MEMBERS - Bruce Schumaker, Megan Robinson, Pam Stritehoff, Gwen Hoogendoorn, Laura Keller, Scot Smith, Ellen Simpler, jenna Murray, Dave
Bell, Doug Kleber, Eileen Benson, julie johnson, Roger Beckman, Ray Beckman, Karen Lenkey, Andi Berry, Mike Bartolozzi, Chris Speller, jeff Rott, Mike
Connolly, Lisa Kleber, Kelly Turk, Rob Doyle, jeff Lusby, Pete Mazurowski, Laura Powell, Liana Striker, Kris Berardi, Chris Bascilicato, Sandy Barinas,
Carolyn Bascilicato, Stephanie Sillett, Eric Wright, Rich Hogan, Stefan Matzal, Diane Miller, Michelle Stiles, Neil Hamilton, Gary Benson, Tom Ferrone,
Chris Orucquer, Heather Clarke, jeanne Kronke, Art Striker, Mike Treible, Mike Orpen, john Lensi, Rob Carlson, Tim Carlson, Dan O'Rourke, Steve
Miller, Cathy Bush, jennifer Robinson, julie Rott, janet Pritchard, jennifer Gunther, jill Colucci, Lonnie McKiernan, Elaine Powell, Becky Seidel, Karla
Bell, Kristine Bell, janet Kaleda, Denise Quick, Steve Greer, Mark Simpler, Shawn Baldwin, Dawn Lechliter, Angela Plesh, Karen Krueger, Christine Len-
si, Nikki Helmstetter, Amy Smith, Aimee Murray, Glen Ryan, Tim Grau, jennifer Orpen, Scott Hill, Rick Weijlard, john McCabe, john Kronke, Wendy
Unangst, jim Shotwell, Tom Quinn, Bill Mutschler, john Mulvaney, Vince Walsh, Bret McNally, Pete Grabowsky, Greg Ryan, Dina Kontan, Kirsten jacob-
son, Kim Collins, joe Burdge, Mel Wright, Kevin Boland, Michelle Miller, Kelli Sweeney, john Callamaro, Beth Prehodka, jennifer Donahue, Carolyn
Grau, Sue Ahlers, Scott Fenton, Todd Fenton, Fred Koeck, Scott Bell, Tom Klein, Troy Gable, Rich Striker, Bret Mutschler, Dave Oleszek, Tom Gilmore,
Todd Benson, Harold Burnett, Michelle Doyle, john Pastor, Brian Simpler.
ational Honor Societ
Mrs. Kole as the advisor of the National Honor
Society did a great job. This year the NHS sold Reeses
Pieces as a major fund raising project. The profits
from this project will help raise mon-ey for the
scholarship. As a service project the group held a
t used book sale. The purpose of this sale was to pro-
vide books at a low cost to students.
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jTreas.j, janet Hollis jV.P.j
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visorj, jill Martini, Dawn Rydell, julie johnson, Carole Gwynne. Front Row: Brian Simpler, janet Hollis, jenny Feldman, and Elleke
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Back Row, L to R: Susan Lambert, Gary May, Steve Conrad, Bret McNally Nell Hamilton Kathy Anderson Tom Gilmore Bob Ouellette Lon
Ochs. Front Row, L to R: Vicky Klahre, Kathy Brennan, Lori-Ann Nienstedt Kim Collins Kirsten Iacobson Patti T1ron1
This year the staff of The Patriot Press welcomed a new
advisor, Mr. Graff. When interviewed, Mr. Graff said We
are happy with the number of people who expressed
interest in working on the staff of The Patriot Press. Their
hearts are in the right place."
Wendy Unangst was the new editor. Kathy Brennan and
Lori-Ann Nienstedt were the two contributing editors
The staff set a few goals for themselves. For instance
they planned on putting out five issues, and also hoped to
get them all out on time!
The Patriot Press
. Editor ................. Wendy Unangst
Contributing Editors ..... Kathy Brennan
. Lori-Ann Nienstedt
Staff .... Bob Ouellette, Kirsten Jacobson
l Wcky Klahre, Steve Conrad, Sue Lambert
Tom Gilmore, Bret McNally, Elaine Ball
Photographers .............. Gary May
Kim Collins, Neil Hamilton
Typists ..... Lori Ochs, Kirsten Jacobson
Tammy Matlock, Kris Berardi
Art ................ ..... W endy WOW
Circulation ..... ......... L ori Ochs
Printer ..................... Mr. Corby
Advisor ..................... Mr. Graff
Memories . . . 1984
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The ltimate Gamble . . .
On April 6, 7 and 13, 14, the N.W.R. Chorus did it again
with this year's musical production of Guys and Dolls. The
setting is New York, circa 1940's. As the curtain rises, 'Broad-
way' is alive with the hustle of traffic, starry-eyed chorus girls,
and two bit gamblers who are looking for action. The
playwright, Frank Loesser, captured this theme in the 1950
Broadway hit, Guys and Dolls. Such colorful and diverse
characters as Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Nathan Detroit,
and Miss Adelaide highlight the show's theme and plot . . . the
ultimate gamble Love the wit and charm of these
characters are brought to life among such settings as the 49th
Street Mission, the sewer, and the Hot Box Night Club, and
the streets of New York City.
Below: Iunior Fred Cook in his musical role, as Sky Masterson, tries to
convince Sarah Brown - Ienny Feldman - to go to Havana with him.
musicals. This year they play the parts of Nathan Detroit and Miss Adelaide. I V
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Southstreet - Iamie Schissler - are shown trying to decide how they are '
going to come up with the money for the crap game.
The Gamblers lBottom: B. Maher, T. Gilmore, I. Schissler, B. Staufferg Top: T. Anzalone, E. Powell, T. Roth, V. Santomartino, D. Oleszek, B.Sherman1s1ng
We are sorry, but due to
the time factor, we were
unable to get dress rehear-
Senior, Mel Wright, played the domineering
part of Lt. Brannigan.
I. Nordberg, M. Angle, D. Collins, and G. Saponaro shoot craps at such a young age?!
with lots of fun went Into the produc
tion of this years musical Guys and
Dolls The late night practlces paid off
and as always, the cast put on an ex
.Many hours of hard work, mixed
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THE HOT BOX GIRLS - Above: S. Benson, E. Benson, C. Rennspies, C. Bibby, L. Truex. Below: M. Miller, S. Condit, D. '
Bedell, M. Plunkett, C. Smigel.
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like to thank Mrs Rowe our
and dedlcatlon to the show
accompanist, for all her time
The Mission Band IK. DeNora, D. Harwood, S. Blumer, I. Feldman, V. Santomartino, L. Nord
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Front Row: K. Bair, M. Konesny, R. Langford, L. Walz. Back Row: S. McGowan,
C. Delman, I. Fodera, W. Wolff, Mrs. Hough.
Mrs. Hough and her crew are the talent behind the scenes. The cast would
like to thank her for her time and devotion to the show. Keep up the good
Senior, Wendy Wolff has contributed a lot of her time
behind the scenes over the past few years. Wendy,
who also designs the advertisement poster and pro-
gram cover for the musical, will be greatly missed
Kathy Bair and Lori Walz work diligently to get the scenery done
before opening night.
Creating A Winter Wonderland
On December 15, the Christmas concert was a
"first" for the chorus department this year. Instead M QWSS
of the traditional concert on risers, the chorus "put S
on a show." There were costumes thats, scarfs, and
ski sweatersl, props lcandy canes, Christmas trees,
and wooden soldiersl, and lots of enjoyable music.
Since the senior play was held a week earlier, the
background was "winterized" and made suitable
for the Christmas season. Another "first" was the
live Nativity scene which added a special touch to
Mr. DeMaio sings the harmony with these tenors lStefan Matzal, Billy Keuntj e, Ioe Bur-
dgel while the sopranos lDenise Thomas, Diane Miller, Kelly Crate, Roxanne Rowe,
Sharon Bensonl add the melody.
CHORUS - Front, L-R: Tom Lund, Dave Oleszek, Tom Gilmore, Dan Novi, Victor Santomartino, Tom Anzalone, Bill Stauffer, Stefan Mat-
zal, Billy Keuntj e, Ioe Burdge. Middle: Michelle Van Horn, Elleke Seesink, Laura Truex, Cathy Bibby, Kim Collins, Lori-Ann Nienstedt, Andi
Berry, Lori Mack, Denise Thomas, Lisa Melchoir, Roxanne Rowe, Sharon Benson. Top: Lee Wildrick, Doreen Bedell, Chris Brennan, Laura
Keller, Gisela Budai, Cindy Smigel, Angela Paglia, Michelle Miller, Diane Miller, Kelly Crate.
The Christmas concert offered a live Nativity scene portrayed by Claire Baier lMaryl, George BaierlBabyIesus1, and Kevin Boland llosephl.
ring a typical day in chorus, the members sang songs ranging from "Fiddler on the Roof" to Sharon Benson was always there to play the
Messiah." piano with a smile which was appreciated by
' H E 1 everyone.
THE BARBERSHOP QUARTET - Iamie Schissler, Bill Stauffer, Bob Sher-
man, Mr. DeMaio. This group proudly represents NWR as one of the 31 win-
ners l3,000 entriesl in the NI Teen Arts Festival.
The chorus would 11ke to thank
Clalre Baler for her help and
Mrs. Rowe for her dedication and
The Band Plays On!
North Warren Regional High School Marching Band
The band showed their school spirit not only by playing, but also by cheering on the teams. At the Christmas concert the band members played their in
struments with much interest and concentration.
The North Warren Regional Hlgh School Color Guard
The NWR Marching Band started the year
off well by finishing the fall competitions
with several first place awards in various
categories. Best Band Front, Best Drum Ma-
jor, and Best in Music were among the
In the spring, the band ventured to Rhode
Island to compete in various competitions
Mr. Bouknight and the band members
deserve much credit for all the long hours of
hard work they put in to make a number one
marching unit. Congratulations on a job well
done! Keep up the good work!
Left: The band members give it their all at the Christmas
ind Ol mpics Welcomes
Camelot, Moby Dick, and Chariots of Rescue
were the themes for this year's Olympics of the
Mind. The 7th graders doing Camelot had to
make a system of sounds to guide the members
around many obstacles, save a damsel in
distress, retrieve the dragon's "fire" and the ex-
calibur, and joust with the Green Knight. The
members of Moby Dick had to write a new
chapter to Herman Melville's Moby Dick, make
props, and come up with creative ideas. Chariots
of Rescue members had to make a car propelled
by body movements andfor body weight, and
they had to create devices to pick up ten "en-
A welcomed addition to this year's Olympics
of the Mind team was the talented group of
seventh graders who are the future of further
competitions. They won first place at the area
competition at Byram on February 15, and con-
tinued onto regional competition with the other
two groups at West Milford on March 14.
The entire Mind Olympics team would like to
thank Mr. DeHaven for his constant patience
Marissa Mezzanotte - Gwinevere - directs
the knights around with a system of different
CAMELOT - Front, L to R: Caroline Benson, Corie Cassidy. Back: Marissa Mez-
zanotte, Ronnie Rowe, Mark Gwynne, Stephanie Brady, Mr. DeHaven.
Stephanie Brady -- Sir Gaiahad -
takes a short rest after rescuing the
damsel in distress.
Mark Gwynne - Sir Gawain - gets
ready to joust with Green Knight.
Corie Cassidy - King Arthur - has just
succeeded in retrieving the excalibur
from the stone.
Caroline Benson - Sir Lancelot -
waits for a signal after she retrieved the
"fire" from the dragon.
MOBY DICK'S CREW - Bob Sherman ITajil, Gale Treible lwaitressl, Elleke Seesink lCaptain Gar-
dinerl, Dan Novi llshmaell. .
CHARIOTS OF RESCUE - Neil Hamilton, Dave Barnes, and Frank Seesink.
Vince Mazzei was also a member of Moby
Dick, and he provided the background music.
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Mr. Chinnock spent a lot of time thinking up
ideas and approving everyone else's. The
"crew" would like to express their sincere
The entire Olympics of the
Mind team and coaches would
like to thank Miss Cl'llS6Sl for
judge at competitions
giving her time to be N.W.R.'s
ccounting Club Welcomes
Back Row, L-R: Kevin Boland, Gary May, Tom Otinsky, Leigh Burnett, Tom Anzalone, Laura Delong, Lisa Crawford, Tina Delong, Chris
Bascilicato. Front Row, L-R: Iohn Trupiano, Kris Berardi, Ieanne Kroncke, Patti Tironi, Tammy Teune. Missing: Lorrie Quick, Lisa Kleber.
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Under the leadership of its new advisor, Mrs.
Graff, the Accounting Club took a trip to the
Ayerst Lab in South Plainfield, NI. Here the I
students toured their offices, saw the type of N
work done and had a chance to see their com- -..,,,,,-,
puter system in action.
Continuing a project started many years ago,
the Accounting Club raised money by selling
candy. The profit will be used to give a scholar-
ship to a business student planning to continue
his or her education in some field of business.
OFFICERS - L-R: Tammy Teune, Scott Winay, Chris Oleszek.
FRLA Comes to WR
The FBLA fFuture Business Leaders of Americal
was established as a new club this year here at
NWR. The members are business students who are
interested in obtaining a business career. The club
traveled to various businesses throughout this area
for a view of their modern office procedures. In the
future, the members plan to raise money for a
scholarship for students planning to further his or
her education in the business field.
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Standing, L-R: Eileen Iennings, V.P.g Christine Walz, Sec.: Cindy Robinson,
Historian. Kneeling, L-R: Laura Schultz, Pres.: Karin McCrone, Treas.
Front Row, L-R: Kelly Burham, Cindy Delman, Christine Walz, Christine Basilicato, Karin McCrone. Back Row, L-R: Mrs. Powell lAdvisorl,
Chris Berardi, Leigh Burnett, Cindy Robinson, Wendy Iones, Anna Marie Shotwell, Chris Noel, Laura Schultz, Eileen Iennings, Donna
Morgan, Amy Garris.
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To Row, L to R: Senor Perez Debbie Truex Terri Labar Adam McNall Frank Seesink Eric M rtin
Cindy Robinson, Nancy Pascale,
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Sherri Blumer. Middle: Stan Hutt, Tammy Dayson, Phil DeRea, Stephanie Herremans, Tanya Quinn, Lauren Gosney. Bottom: Dana
Callamaro, Kim Miller, Carole Gwynne, Lori-Ann Nienstedt, Elleke Seesink.
This was the second year of the NWR Spanish
Club. For the first time, they held a Halloween par-
ty for children in grades K-3. It was a great success,
and the kids had a very enjoyable time. There
were prizes, contests, treats, and dancing. The
members of the Spanish Club taught them "La
Cucaracha" la typical Spanish dancel and some
easy Spanish words like hello lholall and Good
morning lBuenos Dias!l.
The Spanish Club also raised money for pro-
posed trips and activities by selling candy sticks.
Possible trips planned are a visit to the U.N. and to
a Spanish restaurant. Other activities are the an-
nual picnic and the fiesta.
Senor Perez Iadvisorl, Cindy Robinson lSec.1, Frank Seesink ITreas.1, Elleke
Seesink lPres.l, Dana Callamaro lV.P.J
Back Row, L-R: Mrs. Shumaker ladvisorl, L. Hendershot, R. Anzevino, K. Peterson, R. Ianda,
G. Ackerson Imascotl, T. Lockwitch, D. Sprague, C. Hill, M. McLain. Front Row, L-R: C. Whip-
ple, K. Sass, M. Haggerty, S. Hill, R. Stout, D. Cantrell, C. Gwynne.
FFA OFFICERS - Back Row, L-R: Curt Hill ITreasurerl, Ron Ianda IPresident1. Front Row,
L-R: Cheryl Whipple fSec.l, Carole Gwynne IVice-Presidentl, April Strowbridge ISentinell.
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Being a member of the FFA lFuture
Farmers of Americal has many advantages. A
major advantage is that the members learn
priceless skills in true-to-life-hands-on ex-
perience. They also learn how to help con-
serve the resources and wildlife in the en-
vironment. The members develop a true
desire to help others aid wildlife, as well as
people in times of despair.
The students in the FFA develop a sense of
leadership, responsibility, cooperation, and
organization when they have to accomplish
mandatory tasks together. They also learn to
be self-motivated so they can raise money to
purchase beneficial supplies and to go on
field trips and participate in contests.
The FFA showed off their plants and wreaths while
beautifully decorating the hallway.
. . . Smiles!
The 1984 Patriot yearbook staff has made many
changes to the yearbook. We felt that some changes
were needed and hope that you like them.
The theme for the yearbook is a combination of
memories andasmiles. When one looks back on their
high school years, the memories often bring smiles,
and this is the major reason for yearbooks - to recap-
ture high school memories. We hope that the theme
inspired you to delve back into your yearbook and
think of all your friends and the fun you had together.
We hope these memories will bring SMILES.
Lori Ochs was a great help in the yearbook by adding her creativity to
The typists lSue Baier, Eileen Iennings, Anna Marie Shotwell, Lisa Nurgel
helped the yearbook staff by typing stories, captions, and other odds and
Gary May was one of the photographers
who was there when we needed him to
As the sign says, "WE'RE. ALL NUTS!"
Ienny Feldman works so diligently that she doesn't even have time
to have her Dictu . .
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Mrs. Pustizzi advises Kelly Glynn on what to do while Lori Ochs is busy working
on a layout.
Morris worked hard on layouts and did an
Glynn and Gail
Dana Callamaro, who was in charge of the undergrad section, came up with
many new ideas on how to
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Alyssa Ford and Lorrie Lothian take time out to have their picture taken as Vince Mazzei and Bob Sherman try to come up with ideas on how to im-
they work on yearbook ads.
prove the Academic Section.
FINANCE COMMITTEE - Back, L-R: Miss Farley, A. Ford, E. Iennings, I. Hollis, T. Martin, B. Sherman, C. Cooper, K. Glynn,
K. Anderson, D. Swanson, L. Ochs, S. Condit. Middle, L-R: L. Gebhart, L. Lothian, R. Clavel, C. Dugan, D. Callamaro, I. Kron-
cke, R. McNally, A. Azpeitia. Front, L-R: E. Seesink, G. Morris, K. Collins, L. Nienstedt, L. Truex, D. Konya, C. Rennspies.
Editor Elleke Seesink spent many long hours working on the
yearbook and helping new staff members learn yearbook
techniques and terminology.
Senior, Dave Barnes, the chief photographer, could often be found wandering
around the school "clicking" his camera for the yearbook.
L R Lori Ochs Dana Callamaro Elleke Seesmk Bob Sherman Stacey Condlt Iulie Schilling and Rachelle Clavel
A special thanks is extended to Wendy Wolff who created the Patriot
on the cover and the divider pages.
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Above: A student studies for a test between classes.
Right: Mrs. Guarisc0's unique method of teaching
gives her students a great incentive.
Front Row: M. Miller, Treas., S. Lambert, Rec. Sec. Back Row: H. Spera, Front Row: E. Seesink, L. Nienstedt, C. Dugan. Back Row: I. Feldman, I
V.P,g I. Shotwell, Pres., L. Gebhart, Corr. Sec. Hollis, K. Anderson, C. Walz.
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Front Row, L-R: S. Barinas, L. Sipley, I. Nordberg, C. Benson, L. Nienstedt, C. Gwynne, K. Sweeney, D. Bates. Middle Row, L-R: D. O'Rourke, V. Klahre, C.
Rennspies, M. Plunkett, P. Clavel, S. Hill, K. Crate, N. Pascale, R. Clavel, A. Murray, A. Epstein. Back Row, L-R: T. Pickwood, P. Michelucci, M. Lambert,
B. Schumacher, G. Ackerson, C. Walz, K. Peterson, I. Straut, A. Hill, M. Schultis, S. Gwinnet, L. Gebhart, L. Walz.
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, . , . Fox, K. Zydzik, V. Mazzei, B. Sherman, R. Anderson, L. Truex, E. Iennings, M. Gwynne. Bottom Row, L-R
Sorenson, S. Konkle, I. Murray, V. Cook, K. Iacobson, P. Tironi, E.. Warns, I. Schmitt, M. Olinsky.
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Friend From Over Seas
Hi! I'm Catherine Biddy, an exchange student from New
Zealand. I am really enjoying my stay in Blairstown and am
enjoying life at North Warren. It is quite different from the all
girls' boarding school that I attended last year. I'm still getting
used to not having to wear a school uniform and also to wear-
ing makeup and jewelry to school which is not allowed in
most New Zealand high schools.
My home is also in a country area, but it is totally different
from Warren County because in New Zealand I live on a
2,000 acre sheep and cattle farm with my parents and two
younger sisters. I also live about five minutes from the shore
which is always very popular in the summer months.
Thank you North Warren for having me in school for the
second half of your school year. I'll always remember the
good times I've had and will never forget my experiences and
friendships made here.
Complete in their school uniforms, Cathy and her friend Shona spend
time together after their final prizegiving lsimilar to our graduationl.
Cathy shows off one of her pet lambs at her ranch in New Zealand
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Diane Woyzichowski skims through a college handbook while waiting
for an appointment with her counselor.
Harold Burnett and Mark Melchior find that study hall is a great time
to catch up on some sleep.
Domin, Tom Drew, and leff Swanson enjoy a good laugh
Ienna Murray and Kelly Crate return from a G.T. field trip and
look forward to the upcoming hockey game.
Mrs. Guarisco did another fine job.
loe Repasky and Christa Rennspies share a slow dance at the wedding reception.
Mr. Terhune nervously straightens his tie before the ceremony
lim Shotwell and Sue Lambert separate the carnations before homeroom on While Rachelle Clavel passes out carnations she finds one for Doug
Valentine's Day. Carroll.
Caroline Wiesing and Mike Rosania share a laugh while selling guesses on the Valentine's candy.
Slow dances seemed to be a favorite at the Valentine's Dance. Everybody had a good time at the Valentine's Dance sponsored by the
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Below: "What do you want me to do about it?"
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E. Powell and C. Budd show their spirit at a football game. The good ol' locker. What would we do without it?
T. Quinn, M. Plunkett, S. Ahlers, and A. Rich enjoy a soccer game.
Varsity cheerleaders at the homecoming game.
Dawn Rydell, Cheryl Whipple, and Laura Schultz. Band members cheer our football team
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Baseball '83 Ends Season With 14 Wins!
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ping into the batter's box.
Back Row, L. to R.: Mr. Golzio, Dave Makarevich, Gene Makarevich, Mike McDonald l83l, Allen Bickhardt I83J, Steve Lusby, Alan
Mazurowski, lim Kozimor, Bill Stauffer. Front Row, L. to R.: Greg Menzel, Rich Anzevino, Larry Corby l831, Mike Florence, Eric Powell,
Buddy Gouger. X
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Pocono Central Cathohc
Delaware Valley NI
Delaware Valley NI
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DRC League Championship
Overall Record 14-7
DRC Record 11-4
IV Record 13-3
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In 1983, our varsity baseball team did super, they had
a final record 14-7. Steve Lusby led the team's batting
average with a .418. Steve Lusby and Allen Bickhardt
1831, were selected 1st Team All DRC and 2nd Team All
Area by the Newark Star Ledger. Steve was also
selected to the 1st Team All Area by the NI Herald. '
The team had 3 come-from-behind-extra-inning
Varsity players carefully observe the strategy of the opposing team.
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The Freshman team looks forward to the day when they can be varsity stars.
Heidi Spera amed MVP for '83
Back Row, L. to R.: Mrs. Barabas, Barbara Dean l83l, Bridgett Sikkes 1831, Kathy Anderson, Heidi Spera, Ianet Hollis, Alyssa Ford, Iill Martini.
Front Row, L. to R.: Laura Schultz, Kathy Brennan, Carole Gwynne, Cheryl Whipple, Ei' ' ' " ' ' ' "' ' "'
1 Ianet Hollis
The team boards the bus for their game with Belvidere.
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Alyssa Ford waits for the ball to come her way. Carole Gwynne shows her skill on the mound.
Barbara Dean I83l and Ianet Hollis. Carole Gwynne
Back Row, L. to R.: Miss Sheehan, Iennifer Thompson, Kim Carmeci, Lori Ochs, Iamie Straut, Cheryl Cooper, Becky Troy, Sandy Huber
Front Row, L. to R.: Val Cook, Lisa Karolchyk, Patti Tironi, Laura Powell, Sue Gwinnett, Chris Pastor, Cindy Smigel. '
The team gets psyched for the next inning.
Heidi Spera was named M.V.P. for the 1983 season.
Left: Laura Schultz
Warren Hills 19
Notre Dame 0
Delaware Valley, PA 7
Pius X 3
P'Burg Catholic 17
Pocono Central Catholic 7
Lenape Valley 22
Delaware Valley, NI 16
Delaware Valley, NI 5
South Hunterdon 9
Warren Hills 4
Pius X 3
P'Burg Catholic 9
Total Record 6-12
DRC Record 5-9
IV Record 2-13
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Back Row, L to R: Coach M. Sweet, Coach Sweet, A. McNally, T. Fenton, B. Rinker, E. Powell, A. Spera, I. Baier, D. Hermann, K. Delman,
I. Gelok, L. McNally, Coach Snyder. Front Row, L to R: SENIORS - M. Bergen, G. Sweet, B. Mutschler, T. Drew, B. Schumaker, T.
Quinn, R. Walker, G. Teune.
Left: Coaches Sweet and Snyder.
Pocono Central Catholic
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DRC Play Off
State Play Off
Edison Vo Tech
Total Record 12 2 4
IV Record 2 8 3
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1 Warren Hills 1
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5 ' ' 1
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Matt Bergen takes the ball down the field hoping for a goal.
20th Team Has
Considering the fact that some of the starting players
never had varsity experience, they worked hard and
always acted like a team. Even when the team was
down, the seniors, Glenn Sweet, Tom Quinn, Randy
Walker, Tom Drew, Bruce Schumacher, Bill Mutschler,
Matt Bergen, Greg Ackerson, and Gary Teune, helped to
keep the spirit in North Warren soccer. As a whole, the
team achieved many awards including DRC co-champs
and Warren County co-champs. The team was no. 1 in
West Iersey and was rated no. 1 by the New Iersey
Herald. On the individual level Glenn Sweet, Tom
Quinn, Eric Powell, Torn Drew, Randy Walker, and Leo
McNally were narned to one or more of the following
teams: DRG, All Area, All-West Iersey, and All-State.
Good luck to next year's team!
As the varsity goalie, Leo McNally ended the season with 138 saves.
Tom Drew goes for the ball while Randy Walker and Ieff Baier
watch to see if help is needed.
Seniors Glenn Sweet and Randy Walker happily leave the field after a
Senior Tom Quinn holds off an opposing player as he tries for a goal. Vlctory'
Back Row, L. to R.: Coach M. Sweet, Eric Gramberg, Pietro Michelucci, Scott Wolff, Scot Smith, Phil DeRea. Front Row, L. to R.:
Tom Gardzalla, Brett Mutschler, Iohn Callamaro, Albert Teune, Tom Kline, lim Peck.
Thank You Coach Sweet for 20 Years of
Coach Sweet has a moment of reflection at his last Homecoming game.
In the fall of 1983, after 20 years of coaching soccer,
Mr. lack Sweet announced his retirement as coach. Mr.
Sweet, a dedicated and successful soccer coach, will be
missed greatly by everyone who enjoyed playing or
When Mr. Sweet started coaching in 1963 at
Blairstown High School, he claimed that he knew little
about soccer, but over the past 20 years, he has brought
the teams a long way. Over the years the Varsity soccer
teams have been in many state games. Mr. Sweet's total
record stands at 234-44-26.
In November, a retirement dinner was held for Mr.
Sweet at Harmony Manor. Many former soccer players
attended to express their gratitude to Mr. Sweet.
O The Patriot yearbook staff would
like to express our good wishes
and thanks to Mr. Sweet. We also
1' , wish all the future coaches and
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L-R: Mr. Dan Snyder, Mr. lack Sweet, and Mr. Mike Sweet pose for the cameras
at Mr. Sweet's retirement dinner.
G mnasts Beat Hackettstown
At the first pep rally, team captains Iill Martini and Cindy
Robinson wished the other teams the best of luck.
Tina Ritchie combines all her learned skills in order to perform her
floor exercise routine. f.
PICTURE - L.-R.: Diane Tillman, Kim Darst, Cindy Bergen, Lori Mack, Iill Martini, Cindy Robinson, Tina Ritchie, Karen Rader,
ipley, and Laura Carducci.
In order to develop a well performed routine, it took af lot of time and practice as Lori Mack knows.
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Cindy Robinson leads our team out to the mats before a meet.
Comprised mostly of sophomores and freshmen,
the gymnastics team concentrated on improving in-
dividual skills in the four areas of competition:
floor exercise, uneven parallel bars, horse, and the
balance beam. Increased knowledge and skill led
to an increase in points scored at meets.
Five all around gymnasts plan to return next
Seniors, Iill and Cindy, helped to guide the
young team by sharing their experience with the
62.5 West Morris 75.4
54.7 Pequannock 89.1
60.9 Warren Hills 80.5
86.5 Whippany Park 100.2
70.2 Mendham 75.9
73.3 Passaic Valley 67.5
67.8 Pompton Lakes 69.5
64.7 Hackettstown 63.8
Total Record 2-6
Top Left: Iill Martini was very helpful in raising the team's score
with her talented floor exercise routine.
Top Right: Cindy Robinson will be one of the two seniors missed
Above: Kim Darst warms up before a meet by practicing her back
VV Patriots Tie Big Rival Belvidere Seaters
The charging defense of Gene Makarevich, Mike Lehman, and Rich Green brings Pius X's quarterback to the ground.
Gill St Bernards
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Total Record 2 5 2
IV Record 3 4
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD
0 Warren Hills 28
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Right: Iunior Dave Makarevich kicks the ball to
start off the Homecoming game against Pius X.
The Patriot football team ended its
season with a record of Z-5-2. It may not
seem impressive, but the team prospered
in many ways.
Under Coach Picone the team learned
there was more to a game than just win-
ning. Although they are losing seven
seniors, Greg Salmon, Mike Lehman,
Steve Lusby, Kelly Turk, Gene
Makarevich, Doug Carroll and Steve
Paulik, the team's future looks bright
because the upcoming team has much
Boosting the team's morale was an unex-
pected tie with the Belvidere. Next year
they hope for a victory.
Bottom, L. to R.: F. Cook, B. Gouger, I. Schissler, G. Ryan, K. Turk, R. Doyle, S. Lusby. 2nd Row: I. Lehman, I Lusby S Fenton I Repasky C
Conticchio, I. Repasky, S. Paulik. 3rd Row: M. Green, S. Bell, D. Makarevich, R. Green, A. Plesh, G. Salmon Top C McLain G Cullen R
Green, M. Lehman, G. Makarevich.
Coach Picone concentrates on the day's strategy
Greg Salmon dodges the defense for another great run. Steve Paulik gets psyched for another game.
Seniors, Gene Makarevich, Greg Salmon, Mike Lehman and Steve Lusby, lead the team to victory.
VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY - Back Row, L.-R.: Gayle Treible, Ianet Hollis, Heidi Spera,
Kathy Anderson, coach Cyndie' Faunce. Middle, L.-R.: Patti Tironi, Tanya Quinn, julie
Iohnson, Cindy Dugan, Ivy Greer. Front, L.-R.: Sue Swiderski, Ann Hill, Lisa Karolchyk, Sue
Lambert, Laura Gebhart.
Team captains, H. Spera and I. Hollis, meet
with the refs.
Cindy Dugan, formerly a defender, made a
welcome transition to the front line.
Goalie Anne Hill gets ready to protect the
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Kathy Anderson has time to pose for a picture before
Sue Swiderski and Lisa Karolchyk reluctantly stop
practicing for a picture.
First Time to STATES!
P burg Catholic
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Total Record 6 9 2
IV Record 3 11 2
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What can you say about the first hockey team at N.W.R. to go to the states?
The 1983 hockey team is very proud of their accomplishment.
The competition was tougher than ever in the DRC, but the team managed
to get a few girls on the all-area teams: Cindy Dugan, Ianet Hollis, Heidi
Spera. Independent competitions proved challenging, but the Lady Pats got
the best of them.
The team will be losing 7 seniors, all of whom started varsity. The returning
team will miss them, and it can be confidently said that they will miss their
When asked of the most exciting game this season, most players would say
Moravian. After being down 2-0, the comeback of the year. Although the game
ended in a tie, the girls had nothing to be ashamed of.
Miss Faunce is looking forward to a great season next year. Let's hope they
take it all the way next year.
Below: L.-R.: Cindy Dugan, Gayle Treible, Ivy Greer, Heidi Spera, janet Hollis, Eileen lenn-
ings, Iulie lohnson.
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I.V. FIELD HOCKEY - Back Row, L.-R.: Danielle Montana, Cheryl Nester, Debbie Mulligan, Susan Ahlers, Wendy Brohol. Middle Row: Carrie LaMo
Bethany Prehooka, Sue-Anne Konkle, Ingrid Hughes, Miss Chisesi. Front Row: Vicki Schmidling, Renee Simpler, Caroline Wiesing, Margie Plun
Varsity sets up their offensive line before the Hackettstown
Defender G. Treible waits for the referee's call.
The sidelines are filled with people cheering their team on to a victory
Patriots Do Well in DRC Run
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L Hackettstown W
L Blair W
W Warren Hills L
L Delaware Valley W
L Sussex Tech W i
GIRLS' TEAM - Back Row, L. to R.: Lorrie Lothian, Alyssa Ford, Becky Troy
Eileen Benson. Front, L. to R.: Michelle Miller, Sue Gwinnett, Ienna Murray. Miss-
ing: Alice Ball, Liana Striker.
SENIOR BOYS - Back Row, L. to R.: Ron Ianda, Ieff Swanson, Harold Alice Ball and Becky Troy at the DRC meet.
Burnett, Fred Koeck. Front, L. to R.: Brian Simpler, lim Shotwell, Don
L.-R.: Todd Benson, Fred Koeck, Terry Lockwitch, Tom Schilling. Back Row, L.-R.: Ron landa, Brian Simpler, lim Shotwell
Don Martini, and Harold Burnett.
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BOYS VARSITY SCOREBOARD
L Lenape Valley W
L Pope Iohn W
L Hackettstown W
L Blair W
W Warren Hills L
L Delaware Valley W
L Sussex Tech W
W South Hunterdon L
L P'Burg W
L Newton W
W Warren Tech L
Right: Coach Candisky
Far Right: And . . . they're off!
Michelle Miller's face expresses the joy and pain of finishing the DRC Run.
Brian Simpler passes four other runners on his way to fifth place.
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It was a special year for the North Warren Cross
Country team because the DRC Run was held on
our home ground for the first time. Three of our
runners did exceptionally well. Brian Simpler
placed fifth, lim Shotwell eighth, and Becky Troy
tenth out of approximately seventy runners. Cap-
tains, Iim Shotwell and Ienna Murray, kept their
teams in high spirits.
The M.V.P.'s this year for the cross country
teams are lim Shotwell and Lorrie Lothian.
lim Shotwell psyches up his team members for the DRC Run while they
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Front: Traci Martin, Sue Gwinnett, Dawn Swanson, Nikki Glab. Back: Cindy Robinson, Cindy Dugan, Tina De
long, Laura Delong, Anne Hill, Heidi Spera.
Cindy Dugan charges through the defense to make a lay up.
Right: Although blocked by many defenders,
Heidi Spera succeeds in making a basket.
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The team nervously looks on as the end of the game nears Mr Wleboldt and Mr Poecker concentrate on the game play
Pocono Central Catholic
Delaware Valley NI
45 Pius X 18
57 South Hunterdon 33
46 High Point 48
26 Belvidere 46
51 Hackettstown 63
39 Delaware Valley, NI 50
42 Warren Tech ' 45
42 I-Iackettstown 43
Varsity Record 8-14
IV Record 11-7
Back Row: Sue DeYoung, Chris Pastor, Yvette Rioux, Michelle Glaab. Front Row: Carol Anne Hill and Laura Delong are pleased with
Paglia, lean Nordberg, Debbie Mulligan.
Two of the most exciting games of the season were the first game
with Phillipsburg Catholic and the second game with Hackett-
stown. In the Phillipsburg game the lead changed back and forth
until the last quarter when the Lady Pats took the lead and went on
to win. In the last game of the season against Hackettstown, we bat-
tled through two overtime periods to finally succumb to a 43-42
It was a season that saw Heidi Spera score over 900 points in her
career. Cindy Robinson did a fine job as a forward and also as a
guard. Cindy Dugan returned after knee surgery to be an asset to
the team. Tina Delong averaged 9 rebounds per game to help the
the way the team is performing so far.
Nikki Glaab demonstrated great defense throughout the
Cindy Robinson listens carefully to the strategy.
Pats Beat Streaks 50-43
Randy Walker was a great help and sadly missed during the second
half of the season, due to an illness.
This year's team had a very good record compared to
previous years. The boys tied for second in the DRC and
earned a spot in the DRC Tournament. They gave War-
ren Hills their only loss in the DRC, a 50-43 setback.
Senior co-captain Don Martini led the team in scoring,
averaging 19 points a game. Senior co-captain Glenn
Sweet was the point guard on this year's team, and once
again came up with numerous clutch performances both
offensively and defensively. Other players in vital roles
on the team were senior forward jeff Swanson, senior
Randy Walker, junior Dave Makarevich, junior Greg
Domin, and sophomore center Rob Green.
With the return of three starters and an excellent
junior varsity team, the outlook for the 1984-1985 season
should be bright.
Back Row: D. Makarevich, G. Domin, E. Martin, I. Swanson, R. Green, D. Martini, Coach Ducatte. Front Row: G. Menzel, A. McNally, R.
Walker, T. Schilling, G. Sweet, P. Cahill,
Ieff Swanson blocks out the defender, while Greg Domin goes up for a
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Glenn Sweet goes up for two points against a big rival P
Don Martini, averaging 19 points a game, dodges his opponeiic to score A great asset to the team, Dave Makarevich sets up for another shot
Back Row: C. Mezzanotte, M. Rosania, P. Cahill, G. Menzel, E. Martin, I. Konya, T. Schilling. Front Row: A. Dellanno, I. Baier, I. Maderski, A.
McNally, C. Florence, A. Spera, P. Novi.
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Back Row, L to R: G. Salmon, R. Green, M. Lehman, S. Karolchyk. Middle: B. Gouger, M. Salmon, I. Repasky. Front: K. Gerkhardt, I. Tru-
piano, A. Trupiano, I. Lehman.
Below: Seniors Mike Lehman, Iohn Trupiano, Greg Salmon. Missing: Anthony Trupiano.
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Standing, L to R: lim Gelok, lim Pasko, Gene Cullen. Kneeling: Dave Kerr,
Greg Salmon, with 18 wins and 4 losses during the season, discusses
the match with Coach Seal and Coach Benvenuedo.
Anthony Trupiano with his 17-2 record fights for another victory. Scott Karolchyck with a 14-8 record, gains confidence as he battles his op-
ponent for a pin.
Recognition finally arrived for North Warren's
dedicated Varsity cheerleaders. DRC All-Star competi-
tion is held twice a year for all varsity cheerleading
squads in the conference. Each squad may nominate up
to five girls. Christine Beegle, Valerie Cook, Cindy
Delman, Lori Sipley and Laura Nordberg were selected
by their peers to represent NW. After hours of practice
and preparation, the day of competition finally arrived.
When the results came in, the girls had surpassed their
wildest hopes! For the first time in the history of North
Warren, our cheerleaders were recognized as the A11-
Stars we always knew them to he. Valerie Cook, Laura
Nordberg and Lori Sipley earned First Team honorsg
Cindy Delman locked a spot on the Second Teamg and
Christine Beegle received an Honorable Mention.
From everyone at North Warren: "We are proud of
you - hey, we are proud of you!!"
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Back Row, L to R: Tammy Dayson, Sandy Seidel, Elaine Ball, Valerie Cook. Front Row, L to R: Laura Nordberg, Annette Capalbo, Heather
Iohnson, Cindy Delman, Christine Beegle, Tracey Hardiman, Lori Sipley.
SENIOR CHEERLEADERS - L to R: Christine Beegle, Heather
Iohnso ' H 7 '
"She really expects us to climb up this ladder?!"
IV CHEERLEADING - Back Row, L to R: lamie Straut, Kim Miller, Cmdx McCrone
Chris Bascilicato. Middle Row, L to R: Andi Berry, Barbara Pagano Front Karen
The cheerleaders look forward to a victory.
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Heather Clarke. Front Row: leanne Kronche, Patty McKenna, Doreen Bedell, Alexis Azpeitia.
Tracey Hardiman and Chris Beegle.
VARSITY IWINTERI - Back Row: Sandy Seidel, Cindy McCrone, Iamie Straut,
Tammy Dayson. Middle Row: Val Cook, Cindy Delman, Chris Beegle. Front
Row: Barbara Pagano, Lori Sipley.
Front Row, L-R: Doug Collins, Glenn Meekins, Ricky Anderson, Brian Gwynne, Fred Fiesseler, David Low, Mark Gwynne, Craig
Baier. Back Row, L-R: Mr. Wieboldt, Bill Gebhardt, Mark Simpler, Christian Schroll, Iohn Nordberg, Brad Schumacher, Matt Richie,
Steve Greer, Max Angle, Scott Hill, Rich Hughes, Brian Layton, Tim Growl, Bill Hendershot. Missing: Steve Rydell, Greg Harris.
L-R: Chris Kise, Becky Seidel, Sandy Galazin, Chris Budd, Renee Yurga, Kelly Mulligan, Missy
Delman, Ienny Gosney, Kris Rich, Elaine Powell, Captain.
Right: Bill Hendershot practices kicking skills hoping for
a future Varsity position.
Ir. High dds Girls' Basketball
Back Row, L to R: Mr. Snyder, Becky Seidel, Melissa Neinstedt, Michele Kraweak, Lauren Gosneyf Ianet Kaleda,
Marissa Mezzonotte, Denise Chamber ain, Kim Zilinski. Middle Row: Laura Henderson, Iill Colucci, C ris Budd, Karla
Bell, Cori Cassidy, Tracey Guelich. Front: Nikke Howell, Maureen Cahill, Christine Lensi, Angela Plesh, Nicole
Helmstetter, Kim Mell.
New this year on the junior
high sports scene is the Girls'
Basketball Team. The team,
comprised of 12 seventh and 8
eighth graders, is coached by
Mr. Snyder. The season began
on Feb. 23, with that ever pre-
sent rival Belvidere. The
girls played ten games this year
and are hoping for continued
support from the junior high
student body. It is hoped that
the skills taught here will be of
value when these girls join the
high school teams.
Back Row, L to R: Tom Rivara, Ricky Anderson, Pete Constanza, Doug Swift, Casey Hendershot, Ben Malley, Dave Kaleda. Middle: David
Low, Brian Layton, Craig Baier, Sam Fierra, Billy Menzel, Craig Konkel, Steve Condit. Front: Mike Malley, Ron Mack, Greg Harris, leff lor-
dan, Kevin Meschach. Missing: Chris Howard.
Cheryl Cooper gives Mr. DeHaven her devoted attention in Chemistry.
Kevin Boland refers to his notes in Mr. Poecker's English class. Vince Mazzei organizes the paperbacks in the library.
Board of Education .
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Special Needs .....
Physical Education and Health ..... ...., 1 34
Dear Class of 1984,
You are eager about receiving those diplomas for
which you have worked so hard and you are eager to get
started with your plans for the future.
This is as it should be, for graduation, far from being
an end, is the beginning of all your tomorrows. Over the
past several years you have worked and studied, prac-
ticed and played, and grown - grown mentally as well
as physically - and now you are ready to begin your
lives as members of the adult community.
For some of you this will mean a job and the respon-
sibilities of family living. For others, this will mean col-
lege and further years of study and preparation.
Whatever course your future takes, it is my sincere hope
that you will look back on your years here as having
prepared you to meet and deal with the challenges that
life will present.
On behalf of myself and the faculty and staff of North
Warren, I wish to each and every one of you the hap-
piness of a productive life, the respect of your fellow
human beings, and the love of your family. May the
future be yours.
The best of luck and congratulations to the Class of
Dear Class of 1984,
It is with a special feeling that I say goodbye to
this year's Senior Class. I have had a very close
association with this class for the past 6 years. It is
the opinion of many of the faculty that this was one
of the finest classes that we have had the privilege
of having at North Warren. Your quiet leadership
has had a positive effect on the entire school.
All of the best to you in the future. Remember,
always strive to be the best in whatever you do -
never settle for second best. Always remember the
times that we have shared at North Warren - I'm
proud of you.
Dear Class of 1984,
Your learning experience at North Warren
Regional High School is one of your keys to the
future. It will open one of the many doors of your
life. As you pass through, may all of your
knowledge be utilized to guide you toward your
Your learning experience will continue as will
all of your memories of North Warren.
Congratulations and good luck in your future
Dear Class of 1984,
I would like to congratulate you on your gradua-
tion from North Warren Regional. Each class
which passes through our school is special in its
own way and your class is no exception. When you
look back over your years at North Warren you will
remember both pleasant and unpleasant ex-
periences, however, I'm sure that the good times
outweighed the bad.
Over the past six years you have faced many dif-
ficult challenges and your efforts have been
rewarded with positive results. In the future, you
will face many more challenges. Always remember
to give these challenges your best effort, and they
too, will be brought to a successful conclusion.
Best wishes for future success.
Board of Education
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Back Row, L-R: Robert Drew, Fred Harnett, Mary-Ann Fink, Alan Bickhardt, Robert Drewes. Front Row, L-R: Ann Marie Schwartz, David
Shotwell, President, Linda Gerczak, Vice President, Donna Garris.
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ew Com uter for Guidance
Miss Farley Mrs. McDonough Mr. Pustizzi
Miss Farley helps Bill Stauffer with his SAT's.
Mr. Pustizzi called Leo McNally to the guidance office to discuss next
In November 1983, the Blairstown Rotary Club
donated the Guidance Information System IGISI to
NWRHS for use by the Guidance Department.
The GIS is known to be one of the most up-to-date
sources of occupational and education information
available in the US. The GIS will provide students
with access to career, colle e, and financial aid in-
formation. Any student will be able to use the GIS
by simply typing commands requesting the needed
information. The computer responds immediately
by typing the desired response from the
permanently-stored data files. There are five data
iles in the GIS. They are the Occupational Infor-
mation File, The Four-Year College File, The
Two-Year College File, The Graduate School File
and The Financial Aids File.
Debbie Truex listens while Mrs. McDonough explains the use of the
People Behind the Scenes
Mrs. Sipley Mrs. Brownell Mrs. Emery Mrs. Cato
and Mrs. Brownell patiently sort out the card files for the upcoming year.
Oh, so that's how you do it! Heather Clarke and Donna VanGrouw struggle to get the office messages
Mrs. Brockmann Mrs. Sandberg
Mrs. Drew Mrs. Pagano
Oh my God! Your blood pressure is 400 over 12! Mr, M, Sweet
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Help ll round the School
This was Mrs. Staub's first year as Food service director at
N.W.R. She and the Kitchen Staff were at the school everyday,
rain or shine, to make lunches for the students. The members
of the Day Custodial Staff were also at school everyday, rain or
shine, to repair broken lockers, unlock doors, and carry out
special requests, all in addition to their regular duties. The
Night Custodians cleaned up every evening to make school
presentable for the next da .
The Yearbook Staff would like to express a special thanks to
the Night Custodians for putting up with our late hours. They
always smiled, even when the late night was just before a
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Mrs. Shultis, Mrs. Staub
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Mrs. Repasky smiles at the success of her course.
In the Gifted and Talented Program a student has
many options to choose from and is given many op-
portunities to expand his or her learning. These op-
tions include Global Education, the Leadership Pro-
gram, the Science Symposium, Creative Writing, and
mentorships. In the Field Expansion option, the
students visited ATT, Deborah Heart and Lung
Hospital, Centenary College, and Lehigh University.
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The students work through problems using a great deal of creative think-
ing as Mrs. Repasky guides them.
Iohn Repasky cuts outa picture for a project he is working on.
athematicsi It All Adds U !
The class watches as Mrs. Rung demonstrates how to find the solution.
Mrs. Fechisin Mr. Picone
Algebra IB, II Algebra IA
Plane Geometry General Math
lf- High Math "Hey, Mike, how do you do this problem?"
Algebra I, IB
Mr. Bowman teaches his students about income tax.
Mr. Ivins reviews principles of analytical geometry with Kathy Anderson and Bob Sherman.
A new teacher was added to the
Math department. He is Mr.
Bowman, who taught General
Math and Ir. High Math. He and
all the other teachers did a great
job whether it was teaching com-
plicated calculus formulas,
Algebraic word problems, or
geometrical drawings of spheres
and squares. Math was also a big
help in other classes like chemistry
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Charlie Brown lStefan Matznll thinks what am I doing here in Mr. Ivins' trig. class?
Adv. Prac. Math
The Science Department offered a new class called En-
vironmental Science which was taught by Mr. Drago. The
students learned a lot about their surroundings and how all
living things relate to each other. While in Chemistry and
Physics labs, students learned the practical applications of
what they read in their books.
Mr. Chinnock Mr. DeHaven
General Biology Chemistry
Ir. High Science Physics
Mrs. Kole Mrs. Shumaker
General Science Agriculture
Mrs. Hanly helps Todd Fenton and Matt Drewes with an experiment.
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Kim Miller, lean Nordberg, Tammy Terpstra, Nancy Pascale, Stephanie
Herremans, and Anne Hill listen to Mrs. Hanly attentively.
Ir. High Science
Danny Demers und Brinn Leek repo! plants for the spri
Miss Faunce demonstrates an experiment to her students.
Debbie Harwood and Adrienne Rich observe their specimens ln Biology lab.
Miss Faunce Mrs. Hanly
lr. High Science Biology
Child Stud Team
Mrs. Magnuson Mrs. Russo
Speech Therapist L.D.T.C. Mr. Lalibene joined the staff as a social worker
Mrs. Cato and Mrs. Magnuson eni oy a moment of peace before the day begins.
Wh Don't The Speak My
Although Spanish required a lot of hard
work, the students had fun learning it. In Ger-
man, the game of Scrabble made the students
think. French was another hard language to
Mr, Pergz M1-g,Ba1-abas conquer, but with the guidance of Mrs.
Spanish French Barabas the students found it enjoyable.
Left: Sue VanAlthius and Mike Piccoli follow
along in their texts as Mrs. Barabas reads
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Left: Miss Schoch reviews a worksheet with her class.
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Sue Baier and Cindy Robinson take dictation in steno class.
Below: lim Shotwell and Mary Marshall await instructions in typing class
Shakespeare Adds Culture to English
In English, the students learned many things
including vocabulary words, grammar, and
writing skills. One often heard plays or other
pieces of famous literature being read aloud.
Mrs. Rudolph and Mrs. Gladd took their
students to see plays. Seniors viewed the film,
Hamlet. Mr. Poecker and Mr. Graff stimulated
their students with a mid-term exam.
Mr. Sadusky Mr. Bartholomew Mr. Poecker Mr. Hart
"Next week's vocabulary words are dromedary, bactrian camel . . ."
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unequivocal in a compound-complex declarative Mrs. Rudolph teaches Karen Watters how to use the Readers Guide to
adverb clause . . .
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Learning From the Past
Soclal St U S Hlstory I and II
Mrs. Guarisco Mr. Strawins
Ir. High Solcial St. U.S.lICiIistory I
Soc. Psyc . Wor History . . .
Anthr0p010gy!ArChe01' Basic Econufworld Affairs Bob Sherman dlsplays the archeologlcal reproductlons.
Mr. Wieboldt eyes the class as his students take a test.
r. Strawins and Mr. Wieboldt discuss World War I while walking through the halls.
In our History Department, Mr. Strawins and Mr.
Wieboldt manage to keep the learning interesting.
Mrs. Guarisco keeps her classes on their toes and
manages to teach quite a lot between her ar-
cheological digs and her sociology weddings. A new
course offered this year is World History.
Ir. High Social St.
U.S. History I U.S. History I and II
Ir. Hlgh Social St.
Gene Cullen and Bob Carlson wait anxiously for the results of their tests.
Right: Mrs. Guarisco draws a map for her students.
Where Learning Begins . . .
Back Row, L to R: Kristina Anderson, Kris DeNora, Michelle Doyle, Marybeth Baldwin, Carole Gwynne, Dawn Rydell, Rosemary Carroll,
Sue Lambert. Front, L to R: Kathleen Fineran, Rebecca Sager, Alan Hendershot, Tony Diana, David Little, Kevin Kennedy, Courtney
Carpenter, Dawn Winters, Christina Marotta.
The children sit quietly, intrigued by Rosemary's story.
Right: Kris DeNora asks if anyone would like fruit juice before dinner.
Home Ec Adds a Spice to Life
Sharon McGowan and Wendy Wolff say that it isn't "sew."
Hey, Stacey Dunbar, what's cookin'? Leo McNally takes the cake in cooking.
Mrs. Hough diagrams a picture to help explain a procedure.
Right: A young student looks up while working on one of her many
Expressed Thru rt
Keith Brennan learns how to roll a clay pie crust.
Music Brings Smiles
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Christa Rennspies and Margie Plunkett. Charles Fundell and Fred Fiesseler.
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Wendy Tims, Lorrie Lothian, and Eric Powell.
Students Learn Lifelong Skills
Mr. McDonough Mr. Dolan
Wood Shop Metal Shop
Below: Mike Bartolozzi and Roger Beckman pouring a metal cast. Bill O'Brien spinning a pool stick on the wood lathe
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Chris Meschach sands his gun rack.
Bill Rooth, Todd Haebler, and Gail Morris.
The Mechanical Drawing class. Bill Gebhart, Randy Canaday soldering holiday decorations
Chapter I Math Resource Room Chapter I Reading
Basic Skills Math P.I. Class Supplemental Inst.
Eric Hanlein, Tim Glory, Mike Treible, and Mike Lund
Mrs. Schaeffer shows Dave DeMund, Stefanie, Pilipie, and jeff Skow
how to operate the math equipment.
Right: Miss Zenock helps Martin Schimmel with his
Mrs. Kilbildis demonstrates a math procedure to
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Below: Angela Wardell practices her
reading skills for Mrs. Iohnson.
Chris Kise, Steve Kise, Merle DeGroat and Paul Hagopian
take a spelling test.
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Wiesing, Sec.g Kelli Sweeney, V.P. Beers, V.P., Kelly Mulligan, Sec.
SOPHOMORES - L-R: Alice Ball, Treas.g Ienna Murray, V.P., lulie Schilling, Sec., Tom Dugan, Pres.
IUNIORS - L-R: Tom Schilling, Treas.g Laura Nordberg, V.P.g Elaine Ball, Pres.g Traci
7TH GRADE - L-R: R. I. Thompson, Treas.g David Low, Pres.: Nicki
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Paul Kittle Lisa Karolchyk
Dean Klase Christine Pastor
Michael LaBarre Wanda Pennell
Tabatha Murphy Steven Teliha
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TOM QUINN ROBERT RAFFERTY
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MICHAEL PICCOLI RENEE QUINN
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Renee Quinn: Accounting Club 11.
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Socrates wrote: "Be slow to fall into friend-
ship, but when thou art in, Continue firm and
Friendship is one of the many values we cannot put a
price on, each one is priceless. I hope your years at
North Warren have brought you many friendships, and
taught you the importance of one's values.
As life carries you onward, from the doors of North
Warren, and your families and friends, remember to be
firm and constant in what you believe in, and in
reaching your goals.
Dear Class of 1984:
As our senior year comes to a close it will bring many
memories that will be cherished along with the many
challenges of your futures. Do not let graduation shut the
door on your education, treat your future as a lesson and
try to learn and benefit from it.
I would like to thank both the faculty and administra-
tion for their help and guidance through the years, and I
would like to express special thanks to you for your pa-
tience and understanding and for making my high
school years more enjoyable and fulfilling.
May your years ahead be happy ones.
Song Total Eclipse of the Heart
Music Group Iourney and The Police
Movie F Iashdance
Actor Eddie Murphy
Actress - Christie Brinkley
Teacher - Mr. Poecker and Mr. Dehaven
Hangout - Dominick's
Type of Car - Porsche
Drink - Soda
Food - Pizza
Person Most Admired - Parents
Nicest Eyes: Greg Ackerson and Chris Walz
Class Clowns: Tom Drew and Chris Brennan
Most Talented: Ienny Feldman and Bob Sherman
Most Intelligent: Elleke Seesink and lim Shotwell
Nicest Smile: Ieff Swanson and Iill Martini
Best Dressed: Karen Runyon and Tom Drew
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Most Likely To Succeed: Ianet Hollis and Iirn
Most Gullible: Bill Mutschler and Heather ohnson
Class Couple: Chris Walz and Randy Walker
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Most Athletic: Glenn Sweet and Heidi
Most Talkative: Bob Hirsch and Eileen Iennings
Senior Will and Testament
Greg Ackerson, leave my mustang to Tom Drew, my ears to Sue Q., and my Algebra skills and 5 inches of my height to
Susan Baier, leave all the top lockers to the short people!!! and the speed takes to Steno 2!
David Barnes, leave rides in cemeteries to anyone with enough to do it. I also leave film to Gary so he will never take
pictures without it.
Chris Beegle, leave 3 years' supply of food to the varsity cheerleaders, along with many, many good times to come.
Matt Bergen, leave T.Q. a tire inflater, and Val Cook my hunting skills.
Michael Beron, leave all the underclassman girls my phone number Iit's in the bookl.
Sherri Blumer, leave my alarm clock to early risers, Carlos and Homo to Iill and Nancy, my whistle to Todd, and "Shut
Up" to Dina.
Gisela Budai, leave all my work to Ienny Sweet.
Ioseph Burdge, leave all of my musical talent to Mr. DeMaio, and all of my love to A.K.
Annette Capalbo, leave Dirk the best of luck to pass Mr. Poecker next year. Good luck Dirk.
Rachelle Clavel, leave an invisible stud hall table to anyone who can find it fsuch as Steve and IJ, and the class hoyden
award to any girl bold and unruly enough to handle it.
Ted Cowell, leave Lun s to Louie, Driving Skills to Drew, Happiness to Gene and Iill, Thanks to the person who put the
sign up on Belcher Road.
Lisa Crawford, leave all my better rades to Iulie Shipps.
Tina Delong, leave holey basketbai sneakers and the "horse" to my sister.
Cindy Delman, leave my cheering ability to my sister, Missy, to my brother, Keith, the ability to pass Mr. Poecker.
Kris DeNora, leave First Chair to Lauren and exciting band trips to all couples, and the Chicken, Rooster and Mule to
Dave, Dan, and Scott.
Michael DiPaolo fDudleyJ, leave my extravagant Moosehead collection, my basement parties to Slug, Dingus, Frito the
Bandito, Grimace, Wally Gator and anyone else.
Helen Doyle, leave Renee Cabri my ability to be absent at least twice a week, and the "Silver Dot" to make it here in less
than 3 minutes!
Michelle Doyle, leave the ability to pass to my brother Rob.
Thomas Vitale Drew, leave Karen to Louie, my front bumper to Greg, Brown Sugar to T.A., and hopefully B-town, forever.
Cindy Dugan, leave my brother, Tom, the best of luck in his next two years because he'll need it!
Ann Ernesti, leave my brother, Dan, with the strength, determination, and intelligence he will need to finish the next four
jennifer Feldman, leave my ankle to Kathy Brennan, my thesis to Mr. Ivins, ambiguity to Mr. Poecker, many thanks for
listening to Mrs. Guarisco, Mr. DeMaio, and Mrs. Repasky, and the ability to create new noises to Chris and Ian.
Mike Florence, leave pita Tasick, FOREVER!!!
Ioanne Fodera, leave Mrs. Hanly's study halls to Phil DeRea and one more year to o to Tom O'tinsky.
Alice A. Gouger, leave Iudy Cook two more long years at NWR and Mrs. Guarisco Sie future 7th graders.
Scott Gray, leave.
Carole Gwynne, leave all the teachers of NW my brothers - the last of the Gwynnes, Mark and Brian my knowledge on
how to get away with anything, Mr. Sweet fond memories of Chip and Dale.
Daniel Harajda, leave my German speaking abilities to Christian Bauer.
Tracey Hardiman, leave Tom and Mike to the Varsity cheerleaders. Have fun!!
Michael Harman, leave Mr. Dolan all my beautiful welds on m last proj ect.
Linda Hendershot, leave Sandy Huber, I. I. Thomas the best of lluck next year in their senior year.
Robert Hirsch, leave my favorite stall to anyone who uses it as much as I did.
Ianet Hollis, leave a map of the U.S. to Rache and E.I., cheap earrings to the faces and my best regards.
Ronald Ianda, leave my car to my girlfriend, gym shorts to her also, and my moped to Vince.
Eileelri Iennings, leave my Winter, Spring, and Summer wardrobe to Mrs. Allaire and my Calvin Klein man with Mr.
Heather Iohnson, leave Mrs. Allaire my Winter, Summer, and Spring wardrobe. May they be her color. I leave Wendy
Brohal our lonely lunch table and a bagel.
IuliellTimmyl lohnson, leave North Warren as the last lohnson of my kind. I also leave the name "Timmy" to any girl who
can ive up to it.
Wendy S. Iones, leave Mr. McDermott, Mrs. Powell, and Mr. Poecker with much gratitude for their inspiration and
Fred Koeck, leave luck to anyone that has to take one of Mr. Poecker's English classes, a book "The Common Man's
English and Vocab" to Mr. Poecker, persistence no matter what the rade to ever one who has Mr. Ivins for math, and to
the rest of the student body I leave good wishes and hope that you wii survive and, prosper through your years at NWR.
Brenda LaBarre, leave my parking place to my brother, Michael and thank North Warren for having me meet Mike.
Tracy Langdon, leave my dirty gym socks and Mr. Poecker's homework to Iudy Doll. Good luck.
Michael Lehman, leave all my wrestling skills to Anthony Plesh.
Gene Makarevich, leave my linebacker position to the animal Fenton.
Don Martini, leave a few extra stakes for Rob Green's tents.
, Iill Martini, sadly leave the gymnastics team and wish them the best of luck with their new coach. I also leave all the hairs
and eyelashes to the lunch ladies in the cafeteria.
, Tammy Matlock, leave all the fun I had to anyone who is crazy enough to handle it, and the ability to graduate to my
, Stefan Matzal. leave my Charlie Brown costume to Billy Keuntj e. He deserves some abuse.
, Laurie May, leave dimes for Bleeps to Sue and Penny.
, Alan Mazurowski, leave my Hansen Brother's glasses to a better hockey player.
, Vince Mazzei, leave Mr. Evertz my hair.
, lohn McGowan, leave my dirty, smelly locker with all of its rotten lunches to whoever wants it.
We, Wendy Molitor and Patty Nast, leave luck to next year's seniors who have Mr. Poecker for English and elevator shoes to
anyone who needs them. u .
Tracy Mollo, leave all my headaches to Ker1'y Connolly and all my hair to Mr. Golzio.
William Mutschler, leave my skiing ability to V.K. and Mr. Poecker's vocab tests to class of 85.
Lori-Ann Nienstedt, leave Melissa my I.B.T.'s and Mr. Ivins algebra class, Kim and Kirsten my love, luck, and boy .prob-
lems, Mrs. Guarisco and Mr. DeMaio many thanks and lots o love, Mr. Ivins Algebra II class, finally! And the title of
Supreme Nudge to whoever earns it!
Dan Novi, leave my horn to Kenny, Kenny to Billy, and the both of them for Mr. B to worry about.
Lisa Nurge, leave the bumps on the bus to Scott Bell.
Iohn O'Leary, leave Mr. Rufe my parking sticker to put on his desk. I
Steven Paulik, leave Wendy my love, Scott Bell my vocab grades, and Greg Ryan my golfing talent. '
Mike Piccoli, leave my stories, Mr. Poecker's book reports to anyone who wants them, and the best of luck to my friends.
Tom Quinn, leave nothing, I am taking everything.
Cindy Robinson, leave my cooties to Nikki Glaab.
Dave Robinson, leave the memories of Team Hanson's.
Karen Runyon, leave all my funky clothes to Ann Hill, and I leave all my bad memories to my little sister Heather.
Dawn Rydell, leave my brother, Steve, luck and happiness in his stay at NWR.
lVIarli1Sagan, leave Glenn the hopes that Edmonton will win the Stanley Cup before Gretzky gives up and joins the
Is an ers.
Greg Salmon, leave my excellent running skills to Buddy Gouger for the 1985 football team.
Victor P. Santomartino, leave the chorus room a lot of good luck in the future.
Laura Schultz, leave North Warren and appoint Mr. Strawins executor of my little black book.
Bruce Schumacher, leave Team Hanson and the losers.
Elleke Seesink, leave all the "good times and smiles" of yearbook to Dana, Lori, and Mrs. Pustizzig a bi hello! and my
camel shirt to Mr. Graff, all the gracias in the world to Senor Perez, good luck to my brother Frank andg sister Annette,
Moby Dick to Mr. C and Mr. DeHaven, and with many special and fond memories.
Bob Sherman, leave my dog house and all its contents lpool table, 18-hole golf course, waterbedl to Alexis with all my love.
Also my arm-garters, my bowler hat and my spats to anyone who can achieve my "bass"ment level.
Anna Marie Shotwell, leave Mr. Poecker's English class to my younger sister and brother, and hope they can get better
grades than I did.
lim Shotwell, leave my running shoes to Lorrie L. and Alyssa F., shin splints and muscle pulls to Tom S., my skis to Greg
R., Iohn M., Pete G., and Brett M., and Student Council meetings to anyone who wants them.
Brian Simpler, leave the Cross Country team with the famous quote "Pop a muscle, burst your bubble."
Heidi Spera, leave Anthony the best of luck in his remaining years and my floppy disk to Mr. Ivins.
Sally Styring, leave my English grade and notebook to any poor soul who wants it.
Ieff Swanson, leave my math books to Mr. Ivins and my book reports to Mr. Poecker.
Glenn Sweet, leave many thanks to Dad, Mike, Mr. Snyder, and Mr. Ducatte, love to Kim Miller, and Alex to Menzel.
Gary Teune, leave Tammy Mr. Poecker, and Albert the chance to play in the soccer games that I missed.
Cecilia Train, leave my English grade to anybody who wants it.
Laura Truex, leave all my love and much happiness to Eric, and lots of luck to all my friends.
Iohn Trupiano, leave my love and trust to Karen Rader, my wrestling shoes to anyone who wants them, my thanks to Mr.
Seal and good luck in the future to my classmates. -
Steve Tucker, leave my love and every Valentine's Day to Kristine, and I leave with the rest of the "Shake" gang -
Kelly Turk, leave this school to anyone who wants it!
Randy Walker, leave Mr. Ivins' class, finally!!!
Vince Walsh, leave Pita to carry on the tradition of "Bowin to the porcelain God."
Christine Walz, leave many happy memories, luck, lots of love to my sisters Lorrie and Iennifer, and my brother Michael,
and my flag to Ieanne.
Cheryl Whipple, leave Mrs. Shumaker all the best with the FFA and the memories of Chip and Dale.
Lee wildrick, leave my 6 years of singing to Mr. DeMaio.
Iessica Williams, leave North Warren with a lot of good memories and hi h hopes for the future.
Wlengly Wolff, leave the job of making posters to anyone who can handle it and I leave my nickname "W.W." to anyone
w 0 its it.
Igialpa Wpygichowsky, leave Mr. Poecker an assignment book and 5 extra hours a day for correcting papers, and my floppy
is to F u y.
Ronald Yohe, of sound mind and body leave, my love to Steve Y. and Michelle S .... The couple of the future. I leave Iudy
Perry the ability to be ready and on time for school each morning.
Don Yurga, leave all my love to Laura and all of my knowledge and wisdom to Renee.
Mr. Chinnock, who ran the school store, helps Kenny
The school store provided many supplies for students as Greg Domin and
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Good luck seniors - Mr. Chinnock
Alexis and Debbie - Thanks for all the advice! Elleke
Danielle, where are your bloomers?
Elleke, you're a wacker! Good luck - Rox
Stefan - Bang - Good luck - Roxanne
Good luck in the future, Lori N. f Roxanne
Dana - Thanks for everything! - Elleke
Good luck to the Class of '84 - Mr. DeHaven
Alexis - Thanks for always being there! See you at ESU in 2 years hopefully -
Your inseparable other half
Good luck to the Class of '84 - Fredrick Butcher CPA
Don't tell me T.S. Danny Partridge - R.V.
Vinnie, I only have eyes for you! - Capt. Gardiner
Lots of luck, Seniors - I. F. Brockmann
Elleke, thank you for making it a GREAT year! YBA
Thank you, Tom Drew, you type well.
Elleke, good luck and much success in your future - CKP
Laura - I love you forever, Good luck in college, I'll miss you ! - Love Always, Eric
Cindy Smigel "Hang in there 2 more years to go" Love, Gisela
Elleke . . . Memories will bring Smiles!
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Lori - Good luck next year! - Elleke
Class of '84: All the best for the future.
Carole - Remember typing, Iune '83 lHa! Ha! Ha!I ?!?! Elleke
Good luck Seniors - The Richard Green Family
Kevin - I love you - Kirsten
Mrs. Pustizzi - Thanks for everything! Smile!! - Elleke
Good luck seniors - the Officers of the Class of '87
Fungi Fever lDanielle and Michelle Cape Cod '83I
Senor Perez - Muchas gracias por todo! - Elisa
The best to the Seniors - Mr. and Mrs. McDonough
Support the Social Sciences - Mrs. Guarisco
Best wishes to the Class of '84 - Mr. and Mrs. Walz
Glenn, I love you, Kim
Hey, Neil! BLIP! ZIP! ZOOF! He's dead, Iim! - Spock
Beam me up, Scotty! No intelligent life here.
Remember New Year '84 - M and S and D and I
Elisa y Luisa - Buena suerte! - Senor Perez
TH, HI, CB, CT, leave WB memories of bagels and ice-cream
"Hey girls did I tell you what Dave and I did this weekend?"
Hey Tracey what did you and Dave do this weekend?
Baby-cakes may your life be full of "picnics"
Our picnics will last forever in my heart. Maa
Snoopy bandaids can't heal a broken heart.
Limbo at the met, Ian and Ien
Iill, they're the Peterson's, they're fat
All my love to Cubie
Good luck to all the Seniors - Roxanne
Love, Luck, and Congratulations to all the Seniors - the Nienstedts
I'm taking a survey - What do you think, yes or no?
C.B. and Violet i
Kevin, Meet me at the Chicken Waffle Church!
Kev, Kim, Kir - Stroud Mall Forever! Help me! help me!
Blair Boys are Best! Lori loves Glenn forever
Hey stretch, "Iust one night!" - Hardly
T.R. - "I know where you do your homework!"
Iill - "Don't talk to me just, Don't talk to me!"
Hey Iill - "What kind of gum you gonna buy?"
Laura DON'T feel bad, I still luv ya! T.L.
Stac', let's play bump n' jump! guess who.
Alexis: your soooo diaphanous - T.I.
I'll always love you Scott Bedell, Love Always, Gisele Budai
Stan: Bang your Head! Love I and T
Dana - Nice Iob!
Thanks, Dave, keep your camera ready at all times!!
Have confidence you CAN do it!
Hey oreo, How'd your face get so red? I
Carole and Elleke - Thanks for everything -- Good Luck Always, Dana
Good-Bye Forever NWR - Victor P. Santomartino
Dale - you're a very special friend - Chip
Good Luck Laura - Love Grandma
Good Luck Seniors - From the Truex Family
Capt. - U - R - A sweet guy and I'll never 4-get U, Luv Sam
Ter - Always mem fun X-S of 82 - tanks 4 not letting cer tings destroy a great
F'ship Bestest F's Laur
Irk - Always remember fun times past and think of good times to come - I Love
you - Always and 4-ever - Laura
Debbie lThunder lipsI - Love ya always - Rick
Don and Laura - Thanks for being greatest friends - R
Laura - ISiliconeI - I Love you - Donny
Hey, Cube-Skull: Sorry We're late, but . . . Banana Nose
It is I! Captain Puuuurple Bumble Bee!
Hey Rah - Rah! Yo te quiero! - Poopsie
Hey Laura - How's your condition? Love, Deb
Rah-Rah+Ruff-Ruff Love, Rubixen
Hey Vinnie - Remember: 2!29f2000 IW.M.W.D.C.I
Rick, I'll love you always, Love, Deb
Bob, Love and Happiness always. Love, Alexis
Hey all you submarine lovers - KC101 for your listening pleasure.
Sue - can I roll the bowling ball now? Love Chrissy
Hockey team's ultimate question . . . Does emotion feel kiss?
Tracey - remember all of our sweet dreams - Love Chrissy
We're goin' to a no-no I never had to go so bad in my life.
SM - The Police "Don't Stand So Close To Me" - Love BC
Senior women are wild and wicked KB, TS, GN, WF
Tracey - Yes, I will do your hair - Chris
Cheryl - Strawberry fields forever - Chrissy
Sue - Thanks for the memories and the ham and cheese - Chrissy
Trac - Thanks for the great times - may your every dream come true - Love
No, Carole, I'm not hitting on your other brother!!
Write on! - Mr. Poecker
Thank you Mrs. Pustizzi for all your time! - The Yearbook Staff
Thank you Miss Farley for everything! -- The Yearbook Staff
Stefan - Thanks for everything - Elleke
MEMORIES BRING. . . SMILES!!!
Good luck to the Seniors! - The 1984 Patriot yearbook staff
Good luck next year, Lori! - The Yearbook Staff
Good Luck to future yearbook staffs! - Elleke
Go to the top!
Emma, stop squeezing your chin. Love ya' Elly
No Way Fatman!! - W.N.
CRASH, I love you!!! K.C.
C.L. - SMILE, I WUV YOU! Stanley
Henry and Henriatta - Iose and Fernando love you!
Micheal Iames - I LOVE YOU!!! - From, I don't know
L.V. - Can't wait to go down the shore. Love ya, K.C.
Aunt Anita - How many more uncles? Love ya
Andi, I love your shoes. K.C.
Fine Iohn, don't say Hi!! A.M,
E.B. and M.M. - Residents of Camelback's ladies room.
Bob, You've been a great friend. Love, Sue
Vinnie, Always remember the good times. Love, Sue
V - So I'm one of "the 30!" - S
I Love Laura - A.T.
If you can wait then I can wait - Ya Know? Anthony
Sharkmeat, what happened to your. . .?
Hey Lor - April 22 - Good Times
Fleshdance - Iuly 4 weekend - ooops
Ninni - Ninni Ha Ha . . . Neato
Hey Anne, want to go swimming? Rollo
Iust between you and me - Sign language
To Chip, Dale, Alvin, and Ted - You're great pals! - Simon
Scorekeepers have CLASS!
Ox - Good Luck With The '85 Patriot!
P.I.C. - We're graduating!
Mrs. Pustizzi - Take it for one more year. - Mrs. O
I, S, and NN - Iust one more night! - I
Love You Paul! Me
Danielle - Do you have all of your uniform on? - FH
I Love You Forever Iames Lawrence.
Swahn - Try again next year!
Hey Turk you smart alec little punk! - Love Lisa
Teddy Bear - You willed me your love, but do I have to wait until you are dead?
Love ya Buttons!
Bret- What would I do without you? - Wendy
1984 - Little brother is watching you
I love you Onkel Ludwig!
I love you too Ioanne!
Hi Chris! Hi Chris! Bye Chris! Bye Chris!
Hey Tommy Hearnt! Hearnt! - Wendy and Io
Tommy! - don't sere!
I love you Bob! - 6 - W
Don and Bren - 'Been to a Green Oasis Lately? Car
Simon - Are you going to have the reception at the EI Fandango?
Chip and Dale forever
MF - words are never enough - Carol
Lori - Looking forward to next year - with great expectations
So what if we have pizza for dinner 3 nights in a row!
Special thanks to the yearbook staff.
Thank You . . .
Parents of Staff Members - for putting up with the hassle
and long hours of yearbook.
Mrs. Pustizzi - for advising the yearbook and keeping her
"cool" at deadlines. Thank you also for all
the pizza parties.
Miss Farley - for keeping track of all the money.
Administration - for their cooperation.
Faculty - for letting the photographers take pictures in
their classes and for letting students out of class
lonce in a whilej.
Night Custodians - for their kindness and cooperation.
Mr. Franklin - for advising us on new ideas at all times
and for the use of his pool.
Taylor Publishing Co. - for printing the yearbook.
Lorstan Thomas Studio - for taking pictures.
Shirley and Bev - for their help.
Yearbook Staff- for a job well done!
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GEORGE B. YOUNG, DDS
Hours by Appointment Only
her friends, and
the graduating class of
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JOHN NURGE Jr.
Rt. 94 and Lambert Rd.
Open 7 Days 7 am-4 pm
NICE N' SWEET
Ice Cream Parlor
QLocated in the AGP Shopping Centery
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Sun.-Thurs. - 11:00-10:00
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149 Main St.
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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The Administration, Staff and Residents
Congratulations and Best Wishes
Class of 1984
I. Joel Foreman, LNHA
State Park Road, Hope, NJ 07844
Dried and Cut Flowers
Roses and Arrangements
Flowers for All Occasions
Renee and Al Gleckler Tel. 362-9039
Rt. 94, Marksboro, N.J.
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Tasty Italian Foods
Pizza - Baked to Your Order
Spaghetti - Lasagna - Calzone
Sandwiches and Manicotti
Sicilian and Regular
Ask About "The Works" Mon.-Thurs.
11 AM-11 PM
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Sunday 12 Noon-11 PM
Eat In or Ta e Out
Call 362-6460 Blairstown Plaza
DANCE ARTS INC.
Tap, Ballet, Acrobatics
Phone: Box 2249
362-6640 Walnut Valley Rd.
Best Wishes and Good Luck
DRYWALL TAPERS AND
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mass M1984 Local Union 1976
BLAIRSTOWN VFW 19 Gm, Aye-
Post Edison, N.J. 08837
General Manager Ross Dial
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362-61911362-6763 Blairstown, NJ
G5 A DICK DIRECT SALES
Plumbing, Heating-and Electrical Supplies
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Radle mack 12011 459-4167
Specializing in Channels Master
Satellite Antenna Systems
Full Deli With Sandwiches and
Home Made Salads Super Subs
Madam owe' BOB'S AUTO SUPPLY
Buflets, Party Trays Class 9' '84
Rt. H94 Hainesburg, NJ 07832
L. E. WALTERS 8. soNs comp,imeM
Fresh and Frozen Fruit and Produce C 0 U U 0 R
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NORTH WARREN REGIONAL
Best Wishes to the
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Fri. - 10 to 8 362-9622 07325
Congratulations to the
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TRUCKSTOPS WICKER GALORE
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FARM 81 HOME SUPPLY
Cor. Rt. 94 and Bridge Street
Blairstown, N.J. 07825
362-6177 Hardware Feed 362-6177
DELAWARE TRUCK STOP
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Delaware, NJ 07833
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Best Wishes to the Class of 84'
Main St. 362-8285
Cobblewood Office 362-6186
Equal Housing Member
Clothes for Every Size Lady
Juniors Petites Misses
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Rt. 46 Belvidere, NJ
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VILLAGE PAINT AND FOUNTAIN WINE AND
WALLPAPER CENTER LIQUORS
Route 94, AGP Shopping Center
Phone: 362-8437 Fountain Mall
Vinyl Floor Covering Blairstown, NJ 07825
Wall to Wall Carpet
Pratt 8. Lambert Paint 12013 362-8298
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Hydraulic Hose Assembly
Phone: 1201! 362-8101
Best Wishes to
the Class of '84
REBECCA AND EMILY
"Your Complete lnsurance Center"
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NEWTON TRUST CCMPANY
30 Park Place .
Hope Office 143 Rt. 206
Rt. 521 Stanhope, NJ
Hope, NJ 347-4211
Our very best wishes for the success of the students and faculty at North Warren from your
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