North Warren High School - Patriot Yearbook (Blairstown, NJ)
- Class of 1986
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Above: Brian Lavigne
Left: Lori Walz, Jennifer Walz, Tammy Pickwoad, Mitzi Pickwoad,
Dawn Edwards, and Lenny Bogardus
Top: Mr. DeMaio and members of the music class. WM "'
Above: Gymnastic team with Mrs. Magnuson and Mrs. Cornish at the first pep wig Wi
Right: Cheerleaders Lonna McKiernan, as a scuba diver, and Sandy Siedel, as a
farmer, during the famous skit at the pep rally.
Cherilyn Grauso, Nicole Fasano, Briana Thomas, and Tammy Peterson
Above: Are these our North Warren Cheerleaders?
Right: Sharon Benson and Carolyn Grau
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Below: Steve Pisano, Keith Delman, and Mr. Dolan
Above: Eric Hanlein
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and wlnnlng are very excltlng,
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Above Right: Mrs. Guarisco and Kristen
Right: Miss Faunce and Nanci Swanson.
Far Right: Scott Amon and Mrs.
Above: Beth Wrzesinsky, Tracey Peterson, and Robin Sprague
Below: B. J. Clifford, Marty Jennings, Jennifer Gunther, Diane
LaMotta, and Jennifer Maxman
Matt Drewes and Chris Florence
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Above Right: Tina Ritchie and Val Cook
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Varsity Baseball 1985
O Warren Hills 5
11 P'burg Catholic 4
16 Pius X 6
15 Blair 8
6 Walkill 9
2 South Hunterdon 10
10 Notre Dame 0
22 Passaic Collegiate 1
6 Belvidere 1
11 Del Val 6
1 Hackettstown 8
12 Notre Dame 11
1 Warren Hills 14
5 P'burg Catholic 4
18 Pocono Central Catholic 3
10 Pius X 0
12 South Hunterdon 5
3 Vorhees 7
5 Belvidere 7
5 Hackettstown 4
6 Del Val 5
11 Sussex Tech 3
10 Pocono Central Catholic 0
7 Cedar Grove 6
New Providence 7
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I J.V. Record 12 Wins 3 Losses
Top: Dave Makarevich
Above: Scott Bell
Right: MVP Leo McNally
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Top Center: Tom Schilling
Top Right: MVP Greg Menzel
Center Left: Chris Meshach and Greg Domin
Center Right: Steve Conrad and Rich Anzevino
Above: Eric Powell
The North Warren Varsity Baseball team had a
great season with 18 wins and 8 losses. The MVP's
for this year were Greg Menzel and Leo McNally.
This year we had three players represent our school
inthe All-West Jersey Team - Dave Makarevich
and Greg Domin on the 1st team, Tom Schilling on
the 2nd team. The team would like to thank The
Miller Brothers for all their support throughout the
Oh, What A Beautiful Show
Top Lett: Laura Nordberg and Joe
Above: Jamie Schissler
Left: Eileen Benson and Bill Staulfer
Top Right: Cast looks on as Eric Powell is
pushed into the water trough.
Right: Sharon Benson and Laura
Far Right: Tom Anzalone, Steve Conrad,
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Front: S. Gwinnett, P. Tironi 1851, M. Cahill, S. Glaab 1851, L. Ochs 1851, D. I
Nicholls, N. Glaab 1851. Back: Coach Smith Mgr., K. Cooper, A. Ford 1853, S.
DeYoung, C. Cooper 1851, J. Straut, S. VanAlthuis, V. Cook.
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Above: Returning starter Nikki Glaab waits eagerly for the game with
Hackettstown to begin.
Right: Returning Senior Lori Ochs, scores a run to help the team on to a 17-2
victory over Hackettstown.
Varsity Softball 1985
Warren Hills 7
P'Burg Catholic 14
Pius X 2
Notre Dame 5
Del. Val. 17
Notre Dame 9
Warren Hills 5
P'Burg Catholic 4
P'Burg Catholic QTournJ 4
Pius X 4
S. Hunderdon 6
S. Hunterdon 6
Del. Val. 9
Varsity Record 10 Wins 9 Losses
J. V. Record 5 Wins 10 Losses
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op: MVP, Alyssa Ford with her speed, takes the base with ease. She
ad a batting average of .406, lead the team with 16 FtBl's and 22 stolen
bove: Patti Tironi throws the ball with speed. She could also run
uccessfully stealing 19 bases.
ight: Cheryl Cooper is ready and waiting for the fast pitch.
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You're the Inspiration was the song ofthe N.W.R. Prom held at Harmony Manor on May 25.
Top left: Gianna DeSteffani and Tom Gilmore.
Top Right: Margie Plunkett, Scot Smith, Sue Ahlers, and Joe Repasky.
Left: Prom King and Queen - Mike Connolly and Heather Clarke.
Above: Dana Callamaro, Tom Lehner, Sue VanAIthuis, Scott Edwards, Debbie Truex, Tony
Shumway, Tammy Terpstra, and Mike Rosania.
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Top: Cindy Clegg and Flick Dieftenbach pile their plates high with the delicious food.
Above: Jennifer Donahue, Buddy Gouger, Scott Fenton, Cindy McCrone, Kim Miller, Chris Speller, Todd Fenton, and
Christa Miller get ready for an exciting evening ot fun.
FFA Has A Successful Year
Members of the Future Farmers of
America were busy with many spring pro-
jects. The annual holiday plant and flower
sale is always an exciting project. A
special Barnyard Day provided local
elementary school children the opportuni-
ty to see farm animals and learn where
food comes from.
During FFA Week, the FFA officers
sponsored an assembly for the 8th and
9th grade students to expose them to the
opportunities available in the field of
agriculture. The feature film, "Be All You
Can Dream," expressed the goals and
aims of the FFA. The NJ State FFA Presi-
dent, Ken Ingalls, was the guest speaker.
The chapter officers gave a slide presen-
tation, depicting the many activities that
the members participate in throughout the
year on the local, regional, and state level.
At the state FFA Convention in May, the
North Warren Chapter received a first
place banner in Fruit and Vegetable Iden-
tification and Judging. The members of
the team were Kirsten Sass, Curtis Hill,
Nikki Glaab. Kirsten Sass received a gold
medal for being the lst place individual in
the state. The chapter received a 2nd
place award for the FFA Week Promo-
tional Activities. The Livestock Judging
Team, iKen Peterson, Kirsten Sass, Curtis
Hill, and Paul Steffeyy placed 5th in a
highly competitive state contest. Kirsten
Sass received a 2nd place silver medal in
this contest. Paul Steffey placed 6th in the
State Tractor Driving and Safety Contest.
The convention proved to be a great en-
ding to a successful year!
Right: Val Cook poses with Mrs. Ackerman and her
students at Barn Yard Day,
Top: Juniors and Seniors were inducted into the
National Honor Society at a ceremony held in
Above: Miss Kelly Nickershire, Former
Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader, gives some
special assistance to Michelle Lambert, Kim
Miller, Cindi McCrone, Sandy Seidel, Beth
Prehodka, and Val Cook to help prepare for
Above Left: Leigh Burnett, Chris Oleszek, Patti
Tironi, Denise Thomas, students in the office
simulation class were very helpful throughout the
year. They substituted for secretaries, helped
with Career Day and prepared the daily absentee
Left: The Chorus, conducted by Mr. DeMaio,
accompanied by Mrs. Rowe on piano and Todd
Roth on drums, at the Spring Concert.
"Mind Dlympics D es It Aga' "
"Music, Maestro, Please" was a musical
performance using classical music. The
Division ll l7th gradel placed first in local
competition with their version of this project.
This qualified them to compete on the Regional
Division Ill lHigh Schooll chose the "Ecology
Doser" as their project. They designed and built
a vehicle powered only by hydraulic lifts. The
team placed first in local and Regional meets,
enabling them to travel to Glassboro State
College for State Competition. Once again, the
North Warren Olympics of the Mind Team
placed first in the State.
Team members - Neil Hamilton, Frank
Seesink, Scott Wilson, Ron Rowe, and Keith
McGill proudly represented the State of New
Jersey at the World Finals held at the University
Ronny Rowe, Neil Hamilton, Scott Wilson Frank Seeslnk Keith McGill QDIVISIOI1 Illl
Scott Wilson and Neil Hamilton prepare the props for "Ecology Doser"
Frank Seesink steers the ecology doser thru the
Frank Seesink and Neil Hamilton prepare to race
against the clock.
"Boston, Here We Come"
Top Left: Gianna DeStefani, Lori Ochs, and Leigh Burnett say,
"Boston or Bust"!
Top Right: Bob Quellett, Todd VanAken, Dan Novak, Chris
Meshach, Buddy Gouger, Scott Bell, Mike Pisano -
Above: Bill Staulter and Elaine Ball
Above Right: Trace Martin, Cheryl Cooper, and Liana Striker are
tired after the long bus ride.
Right: WTIO SHYS BOSTON CaTl"l be 8 blast?
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Right: Joe Repasky, Valedictorian,
Wendy Unangst, Class President, John
Bottom Left: Tom Otinsky
Steve Conrad, Todd Benson, Pete
Bottom Right: Traci Martin, Laura DeJong,
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Top Left: Miss Faunce and students, Debbie Bacon, Steve
Warnkin, and Jeff Jordan try out their hot air balloon
Top Flight: Randy Willard and Roylene Colletti at Dingman's Ferry
while on an environmental science trip
Left: Terry Labar at Hill lnstitute's display during Career Day
Above: Chris Keuntje decorates for the seventh and eighth grade
Junior High Basketball
The Junior High Basketball teams cer-
tainly had very successful seasons in
1984-85. The seventh grade boys had a
record of 7 wins and 3 losses.
The eighth grade record of 10-3
qualified them for a play-off spot. The
young Pats beat Liberty in this game by a
score of 40-38. It was then on to the
League Championship game against
Hackettstown. A thrilling game, which
went into overtime, resulted in a 31-34
The girls Junior High Basketball pro-
gram was in it's second season. The
seventh grade team had a record of 8
wins and 2 losses. The eighth grade team
had the best record of all the sports teams
at North Warren - UNDEFEATED!!! The
highlight of the season was the champion-
ship game. The 16-14 victory over Har-
mony gave this young team a season
record of 10 wins 0 losses! Truly the
Top: Walt Wysowaty goes sky high to get the jump ball during the eighth
grade championship game with Hackettstown.
Above: Chris Whipple, Kris Bell and Jennifer Waltz cheer on the guys at
the championship game.
Above: Since the girls are always there to cheer for the boys, the boys
decided to form a cheering squad for the girls' championship game.
Shown here are Scott Salmon and Andy Epstein leading the fans in a
cheer. Thanks guys.
Girl Are Champions!!!
Standing: J. Steffey, T. Peterson, K. Sandberg, S. Toronzi, A. DiPalma,
B. Wrzesinsky, Coach Snyder. Kneeling: J. Prehodka, N. Swanson, C.
Grauso, L. Carnot.
Standing: M. Mezzanotte, J. Kaleda, D. Kruger, C. Lensi, T. Guelich, K. Zilinski, Coach Snyder. Kneeling: J. Mell, N. Helmstetter, J. Sorensen, C
Cassidy, A. Plesh, S. Toronzi, K. Bell, K. Nester.
Top Right: Terry Guelick takes the ball and prepares to make a shot during the championship game.
Baseball and Softball 85
Back: C. Florence, J. Maderski, S. Fenton, J. Konya, R. Willard, D. Bell,
A. Spera, D. Merrick, A. Dellano, Coach M. Sweet.
Front: T. Fenton, J. Lusby, R. Beckman, B. Kieper, D. Kleber, M. Tironi.
Back: Coach Wieboldt, R. Weiglard, D. Collins, D. Kaiser, R. Anderson,
C. Hendershot, D. Swift.
Middle: F. Fiesler, G. Sapanaro, P. Costanza, C. Konkle, J. Fosch, B.
Front: S. Rydell, E. Wall.
Right: Sue Gwinnett, Sue Van Althius, Jamie Straut, Valerie Cook played
Varsity Softball as Juniors
Hall Alma Mater Hall all Hall to thee
Your sons and daughters wnll
Falthful and true to you and to your
Hall Hall all Hall to thee
North Warren Regional Hugh'
We love your colors red and whnte
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North Warren Regional Hugh'
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School Colors Red Whlte and Blue
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Above. Amy Smith, April Carpenter
Above Right: Meg Biddle makes good use of time in
Right: Caesar Ferrara, Lou Rotondo, Will Treible and
Top Far Right: Are you, Dave Monticello, the custodian
for the day?
Bottom Center: John Jarrett, Sue-Anne Konkle, Ann Hill
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Our Homecoming Queen .
It was a perfect autumn day for the
1985-1986 Homecoming festival.
Although the Hackettstown Tigers won
the game, the Patriots proved to be tough
opposition. Dave Escalante scored two
touchdowns on passes thrown by Randy
The band played their award winning
"We are the Champions" as they marched
onto the field during half time. Homecom-
ing candidates were presented by Mr.
Sweet. The highlights of the afternoon
came as Mr. Sweet announced Heather
Clarke as the 1985-1986 Homecoming
Queen. An alumni dance was held in the
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Mr. Sweet proudly presents the 1985 1986 Homecoming Queen Heather Clarke
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Center: NW Marching Band drum line keeps the beat as they
march onto the field.
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Top Right: The crowd enioys the homecoming
Above: Dana Callamaro and Laura Powell at the
Left: N.W.'s Guard "If you're happy and you
know it, raise your hands."
Above: Sean Moran and John Perepchuk.
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Top Flight: Paul Hapogian and Mike Treible
Above: David Leonardis, Michelle Basilicato, and Mark Lotz
Left: Scott Amon
Bits of Culture Shared
l've been here in Germany for five months already.
It is passing so quickly!
I am really enjoying it. The families have been ter-
rificg I will never forget them. In fact, the people, in
general, have been very nice.
It is interesting to learn the cultural traditions and
habits, to meet and talk to the people, and to become
part of them. Since l've been here, l've learned some
skiing, how to knit and have done some traveling. I
am also active in a sports club and a cooking class.
Once a month I attend a theater with my host sister,
The whole experience is a great one. If any of you
have a chance to do it- GO FOR IT!
Ps. I just want to wish all of you the best of everything in the years
to come. l've missed you.
As you may know, I am from Kassel, Germany. I
graduated from the gymnasium jhigh schoolj in June.
The educational system is probably the most ob-
vious difference between America and Germany. We
attend school for 9, 10, or 13 years, depending upon
what kind of degree you want to get or what profes-
sion you choose. We start school at 8 am and end
around 1 pm. It sounds great- but the subjects are
much harder. We have a 15 minute break after each
class when we can go outside and visit with friends.
Also the rules are not so strict - We don't need
passes and we don't eat lunch at school. And the
teachers change classrooms, not the students. We
don't have so many subjects to choose from. And we
don't have many sports in school. We join clubs out-
side of school.
l've enjoyed my stay in America. My host family is
very nice. I have visited several places and hope to
see as much as possible while I'm here. This has K
been a great experience for me. I Hope to come back
soon - but first - medical schooI.!
X X ! Top: Chris Noel in Kempte, Germany with friends Christian and Briget
M-AW! Above: Anke Volker from Germany
My name is Stefan Lund. I live on the northeastern
coast of Sweden, about 40 miles from Finland. When I
came to America in August, I had no problems ad-
justing. America is like Sweden, only much, much
In Sweden, I was involved in ice hockey, wrestling,
and boxing. Here I joined the cross country team. Of
course, in Sweden we have more winter sports
because it is colder.
The schools in America are stricter. For instance, in
Sweden the students don't need passes to walk in the
hallway during class. No homework is given either.
My hobbies include sports, reading, working with
animals, and hunting. I plan to attend veterinary school.
To do this, I must maintain almost a perfect grade point
I really like America because the people are open and
' easy to get along with.
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My name is Helcio Almeida and I come from Brazil.
I think that we are different in everything that we do,
we are totally different.
In school, we do not need passes to walk in the halls
or even to go anywhere. We start school at 7:30 am and
go to 11:30. Lunch is at 9 until 10. Our programs are
very different. We have basic classes and no
homework!! In Brazil, school is just for study, social life
and activities are outside of school.
In Brazil I enjoyed going to the beach and to Discos at
night. In America, I have a quiet life, playing basketball
and watching professional games. I have not been to
Things I dislike about America are sometimes the
people are not too friendly. At North Warren I don't like
to have to get passes if I am late.
I like everything else about America. At North Warren,
I like the choices you have for classes. You can study
things that in Brazil we only have in college.
To : Stefan Lund from Sweden '
Above: Helcio Almeida from Brazil
What's black and white and
"read" all over? The Patriot
Press! This was the twelfth year
the newspaper has been publish-
ed. Under the guidance of Mr.
Graff, the staff put out a six page
paper for the first issue.
The staff, composed of mainly
juniors and seniors, reported on
topics from fall sports, new staff
members, Halley's comet, and the
Although students didn't res-
pond in great numbers, there was
a column where they could voice
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Back Flow: G. Hoogendoorn, K. Carducci, J. Schilling, D. Mulligan, G. Szabo, K. Glynn, D. Merrick,
D. Easton, L. Vanderweile. Front: S. Ahlers, A. Ball, C. Grauso, C. Exposito
Above: Mr. Graff advises Sue Ahlers, Chrissy Esposito, Darlene Easton, and Gabi Szabo
as they work on a layout for the first issue.
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"B" Card Offered by Student Council
There are two representatives and
two alternates from each homeroom
elected to the Student Council. lt is the
duty of these reps to inform their
homeroom of the activities and pro-
gress made by the Council. Also, any
suggestions given by students may be
brought up at a meeting by these
One of the new ideas this year was
that of the "B" card. This card was
issued to students who made Honor
Roll, Merit Roll, or the Principal's List.
The cards were good only for a marking
period. They enabled students to have
a bit more freedom during study hall or
lunchtime. Students were able to go to
the library or sit outside during good
Continuing projects included spon-
soring the soda machine, flower and
candy sales and other fund raisers to
provide money for the annual Student
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Julie Schilling, Treasurer,
Clarke, Recording Secretary, Eric Gramberg, Vice President.
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ALTERNATES: Standing: Dave Monticello, Tracy Nelson, Cindi McCrone, Kelly Glynn, Jim Beers, Michele Shultis, Lori Waltz, Becky Seidel,
Margaret Wrenn. Middle: Diane Tilman, Maryellen Makarevich, Jill Prehodka, Jennifer Klahre, Christine Whipple. Front: Keith Salmon,
Florence Plesh, Steve Escalante, Troy Gable, Heather Riley, Dave Leonardis.
REPRESENTATIVES - Top: E. Gramberg, K. Rader, T. Escalante,
ous, D. Swift, R. Willard, J. Schilling, D. Swanson. 3rd: S. Gilmartin,
Miller. J. Waltz, C. Benson, C. Stoffels. 2nd: Y. Yegas, L. LaBata, M.
E. Wenner, E. O'Neil, H. Clarke, S. VanAlthius. Bottom: H. Riley, F.
Harmon, D. LaMotta.
H ARREN REG. H.S.
D. Mulligan, S. Smith, T. Roth, K. Peterson, C. Hendershot, C. Bogar-
M. Lambert, B. Keller, N. Pascale, S. Gwinnett, A. Berry, A. Hill, K. M.
Cagiano, R. Rowe, T. Pickwoad, C. Howard, L. Konesny, E. Cheslock,
Plesh, J. Klahre, J. Prehodla, J. Gables, J. Nienstedt, D. Monticello, L.
Above: FOOD SERVICE COMMITTEE - J. Pastor, E. Gramberg, D. Kleber,
D. Monticello, Miss McFillin, D. Bell. Front: J. Waltz, Cindy Stoffels.
Left: Student Council Officers were in charge of keeping information on our
new school sign current. Here Scot Smith posts the next Patriot Basketball
Students Enter Competition
FBLA, Future Business Leaders of
America, is a high school organization
designed to bridge the gap between the
business community and the business
classroom. FBLA is made up of all in-
terested business students who wish to
eventually work in some capacity of
business - whether in business for
themselves or working for a large cor-
poration or somewhere in between.
The FBLA officers attended the Fall
Leadership Conference. They met with
other New Jersey FBLA officers and at-
tended seminars. The big event of the
Eear was the FBLA Regional Competition.
vents were held in January at Rider Col-
lege. Students had the opportunity to
compete against other FBLA mem ers
from chapters in the Northern Region.
Seven NW students went on to tate
Competition. They were Ingrid Hughes,
Laura VanderWeile, Stephanie Sillet, Wen-
dy Schoellin, Terry Labar and Kelly Glynn.
This year the group visited the Berkeley
School in Little Falls, NJ.
Above: OFFICERS - Stephanie Sillet, Vice-President, Carolyn
Basilicato, President, Caroline Dellanno, Treasurer, Danielle Mon-
Right: Mrs. Powell gives FBLA members some pointers in prepara-
tion for the upcoming Regional Competition.
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Standing: Penny Dayson, Terry LaBar, Debbie Truex, Ingrid Hughes, Karen Rader, Mary Mal
shall, and Carolyn Basilicato. Kneeling: Laura Vanderwiele, Margie Plunkett, Caroline Dellannc
Stephanie Si , d Danielle Montana T
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Top Row: Frank Seesink, Anton Matzel, Jim Maderski, Eric Martin, Matt Drewes, Mike Hansen,
Jody Katzenstein, Dawn Swanson,gLisa Bergen, Becky Troy, Stephanie Heines, Jamie Straut, Julie
Schilling, Debbie Truex Kneeling: Laura Ratti, Stanley Hutt, Debbie Hanson, Tanya Quinn, Laura
Powell. Missing: Stephanie Herremens, Renee Jones, Jenna Murray, Scot Smith.
The National Honor Society is a National
organization with chapters in high schools
all over the country. ln addition to maintain-
ing an average of 90, students must meet
other qualifications. They must show
leadership, good character and provide ser-
vice to the school and community. Juniors
and Seniors meeting these requirements
are selected to become members. A special
Induction Ceremony was held in May. This
is one of the highest honors a student can
receive and special gold tassels are worn at
Honor Society members provided a tutor-
ing service for students during the school
year. Fund raisers were held to raise money
for the NHS scholarship. The group also
visited the Metropolitan Museum in New
This was Mrs. Allaire's first year as ad-
visor. She commented, "This is a very wor-
thwhile organization and I enjoyed working
with all the students."
Above: Dawn Swanson, Debbie Hanson, Mike Hansen, Debbie Truex
and Laura Ratti discuss the plans for the trip.
Left: Mike Hanson, President: Matt Drewes, Treasurer: Eric Martin,
Vice-President: Julie Schilling, Secretary.
The Sound of Music
In 1986 the North Warren Chorus
presented Rodger's and Hammers-
tein's The Sound of Music. Senior,
Frank Seesink iGeorgj, and junior, D D mb
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in the Austrian countryside, circa 1938.
Many of the show's songs are quite
famous, and include such hits as, Do-
Fle-Mi, Edelweiss, and Climb Every
Mountain. Our other cast members
were seniors, Margie Plunkett iMother
Abbessl, Tony Shumway iRolfl, Dawn
Swanson iEIsa Schraederl, Phil DeRea
iMaxl, and Anton Natzal iZelIerJ. The
entire Cast sang and danced their way
through the show, a story that tied
together the political intrigue of WWII,
and the awakening relationships of the
Von Trapp Family.
Top Right: Margie Plunkett is recognized for participating in all the productions put on
during her high school years including the senior play "Alice in Wonderland."
Above: Laura Powell, Ruth Cunningham, and Roxanne Rowe take their places.
Sight: Rolf, played by Senior Tony Shumway, dances a step with Leisl lSharon
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children. Emily Kasper, Laura Matzel, Sharon
Conrad, Tim Grau, Heide Vanwingerden,
George Sapanaro, Carolyn Benson, Janos
Below Right: The hills are alive with the sound
of Maria and Captain Von Trapp lSharon Ben-
son and Frank Seesinkl
Bottom Left: The painting of a picture - the
ultimate mountain - by Alice Ball.
Top: NUNS - Laura Labate, Margie Plunkett, Debbie Harwood, Kim
Mel, Ruth Cunningham, Alice Ball.
Above: Two of the Von Trapp children, Sharon Conrad and Heidi Van-
Wingerden discuss a scene with assistant advisor Miss Pittis.
Right: Captain Von Trapp QFrank Seesinkl scolds his daughters Heide
Vanwingerden and Carolyn Benson.
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Cast and Crew
Actors and Actresses
Captain Von Trapp
Carolyn Grau Ruth Cunningham
Stacey Condit Karen Lenkey
Robyn Langford Alice Ball
Cori Cassidy Suh An Reininger
Above: Real life sisters Carolyn and Sharon Benson encourage each other
in their performances.
Left: This is not a laughing matter says Zeller tplayed by Anton Matzell.
Musical talent is developed in the
NW Chorus. Mr. DeMaio worked
with the junior high students to en-
courage them to sing. Again this
year, the Chorus, comprised of both
junior high students and upper
classmen, presented a Christmas
Concert and a Spring Concert. The
group visited the New York Philhar-
monic Orchestra to hear a
Top: Nicole Marsh, Beth Wilson, Patti Wysowatty, Heidi VanW-
ingerden, Berry Broxton, Mr. DeMaio, Caroline Kelli, Rusty Treible
and Jessica Olinski.
Above: Mr. DeMaio leads the chorus during the Christmas Concert.
Right: Alexis Azpeita, Sharon Conrad, Adrienne Rich, Carolyn Ben-
SOD, afld Shal'Ol'1 BBFISOH.
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Reindeer, Santa Claus, and Frosty the
Snowman surprise the chorus and the
audience with their visit to the
Below: Standing: Robin Langford,
Sharon Conrad, Alice Ball, Brigita Hara-
jda, Alexis Azpeitia, Carolyn Grau, An-
ton Matzal, Mark Cook.
Kneeling: Debbie Harwood, Dawn
Swanson, Stacey Condit, Margie
Plunkett, Sharon Benson, Phil DeRea.
Sitting: John Palocsik, Jennifer Biddle.
Band Welcomes Many Newcomers
This year the North Warren Marching
Band was successful once again. The
veteran members of the band welcomed
the efforts and support of many
newcomers. The combination of a positive
attitude and hard work led the band to win
many trophies. They won two 1st place,
two 2nd place, and one 3rd place for
general overall performance. One 1st
place for best band front, one 1st place for
best drum line and two 1st place awards
for best drum major.
Many band members also participated
in the concert band. Practice is during
school hours. The concert band and the
wind ensemble performed at the
Christmas Concert and the Spring
Top: Mark Cook sets a good example as the band performs their routine.
Above: Elyse Warns flashes a smile during the "Dixieland" dance.
Right: Seniors Scot Smith and Terry LaBar stand proudly as the band's
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Anthem at a football game.
Above: Junior high boys practice playing the marching French Horns.
Left: Mr. Bouknight conducts the flutes and clarinets.
Olympics of the Mind
The Division Ill lJunior Highj Olym-
pics of the Mind team competed in
League Competition. Schools from
Warren, Sussex and Morris counties
met at Kittatinny Regional H.S.
The problem, "History the Way It
Was", involved rewriting an historical
event in a humorous way. The NW team
rewrote the signing of the Declaration
of Independence. In the skit, the wives
of the founding fathers signed the
document at the McDonald's in Tren-
ton. The team placed 5th in I
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Top: DIVISION ll - Cherilynn Grauso, Stacey Shotvvell, Michelle
Crisman, Beth Wilson, and Sarah Butcher.
Not pictured: Keith Salmon, Marc Trzepla.
Above: DIVISION III iSENIOH HIGHI MEMBERS - Frank Seesink,
Karen Pisano, Melissa McElroy, Ron Rowe, Frank McElroy, Mr.
Right: Sarah Butcher and Beth Wilson.
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On December 20, 21, and 22, the Ski Club went to Gore Mountain in New York State.
Top Left: Michelle Gahm and Casey Hendershot on the top of the slope.
Top Right: "Hi, Mom" says Rich Striker.
Above Left: Glenn Ryan - stranded in the snow?!l??
Above Right: Becky Seidel, Mike Treible, Rich Striker, Scott Hill, and Art Striker pose for the camera.
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Top Left: Steve Escalante and Jennifer Apperson help Mr. Chinnock
decorate for the Valentine's Day Dance.
Top Flight: Barry Broxton, Mr. Sadusky, and Steven Sullivan.
Above: John Teune, Daniella Uychich, and Kristin Kolb.
Left: The King and Queen of the Junior High Valentine's Dance were
Rudy Hess and Margaret Wrenn.
Future Farmers of America
The first project for the FFA was to make the cor-
sages for the Homecoming Game. In October, the of-
ficers attended a Leadership Training Conference
held at Camp Bernie, in Mansfield, NJ. At this con-
ference, Kirsten Sass was elected Northwest
At the State FFA Fall Judging Competitions, the
Fruit and Vegetable Judging team - Ken Peterson,
Scott Wolff, Faith Koeck and Brett Sills - placed 1st
in the State. This is the second consecutive year our
team won this event. The Dairy Judging team - Dan
Demers, Mike LaBarre, and Bill Weinbrecht - plac-
ed third in the State.
Many field trips were taken by the FFA. They
visited the Philadelphia Farm show, North Eastern
Breeders Association and the Philadelphia Flower
Show. Activities held during FFA Week included an
assembly and a flower arrangement raffle. The
group sold citrus fruit, poinsettias, Christmas
wreaths, and flowers. The proceeds helped to defray
State Convention costs for the members.
Back: L. Carducci, F. Koeck, M. Kise, M. Glabb, K. Peterson, D. Demers, S. Wolff. Front: B
Weinbrecht, B. Sills, K. Nester, K. Sass, B. Pagano, Mrs. Shumaker, R. Monnett.
Above: Ken Peterson and Kelly Golden talk with Patty Ftupell, the 85-86 State FFA Secretary. Miss Flupell spoke to the members concerning 1
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Top Left: FFA OFFICERS - Tammy Terpstra, Secretary, Scott Wolff,
Treasurerg Ken Peterson, Vice President. Front: Kirsten Sass, President,
Danny Demers, Sentinel. Not pictured: Greg Voelker, reporter.
Above: Ken Peterson prepares the show case as part of the activites for
Center Left: Back: Ken Peterson: 84-85 National FFA President, Steve Mer-
rith, Scott Wolff, Mrs. Shumaker. Front: Danny Demers, Kirsten Sass atten-
ding a Leadership Conference at Camp Bernie. I
Bottom Left: Scott Wolff and Tammy Terpstra make Christmas Wreaths.
Treasures of the Year
The theme of this yearbook was a treasure chest
- a book full of memories of the good times we had
throughout the year. As you look back at this year-
book, we, the yearbook staff, hope you will
remember and treasure the memories of the year of
Thank you to all the staff members. Your work and
dedication was truly appreciated. Special thanks to:
Miss Farley, our financial advisor, Nancy Pascale for
the cover design: Scot Smith for the art work, Laura
Powell, Tanya Quinn, Ruth Cunningham, and Kelly
Glynn for typing, and Mrs. Pustizzi for her dedication.
And to Mike Rosania we miss you and wish you well.
Thanks for all your help.
Above: Dana Callamaro, Editor
Top Right: Freshmen Karla Bell, Melissa Bisanti and Jennifer
Orpen realize what it takes to produce a yearbook.
Right: Scott Wolff and Anton Matzal, "l can't believe we have to
stamp all these pictures!"
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Standing: G. Morris, T. Labar, C. Clegg, D. Truex, A. Matzal, C. Benson, K.
GI nn, K. Bell, M. Shultis, M. Konesny, K. Pisano, S. Condit, Mrs. Pustizzi.
Kneeling: S. Gwinnett, M. Carle, D. Callamaro, L. Bergen, S. Anzalone, M.
Bisanti, A. Benson. Not pictured: Miss Farley, F. Seesink, D. DeMund, Scott
Wollf, A. Spera, K. Bell, T. Quinn, L. Powell.
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Above: Juniors Melinda Konesny, Michele Shultis, and Michelle VanHorn
"She's taking our picture when we're supposed to be writing copy!"
Left: Carolyn Benson and Kris Bell concentrate on the field hockey layout.
Right: Jason Fleisenberger programming on a
Below: Jeff Jordan.
Above: Tracie Nelson, Gayle Hylwa, and their classmates in English class
Left: Kimberly Squero, Dawn Shipley, Mary Williams,
and Jessica Osmun.
Below: Tom Rioux hits the books.
Bottom Left: John Callamaro, Sharon Benson, Tom
Klein, Renee Simpler, and Bill Bedding.
Bottom Flight: Sharon Conrad gets a surprise!
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Above: Tanya Quinn, Debbie Mulligan, Melissa Bisanti, and Renee
Flight: Chris Howard, Ron Mack, Dale Cox, Scott Salmon
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Below: Top to Bottom: Kim Darst, Cindy Bergen, Kim Figured, Kris
Keffv COMOHY DiPalma, Cindy Stoffels, Ancke Voelker, Tricia Escalante, Kris Lensey,
Karla Bell, Kelly O'Neil.
Keith Delman and Darrell Keyser
Top: E. Powell, S. Seidel, T. Dayson, C. Ritchie. Center: J. Katzenstein, C. Budd, D. Tillman, L
McKiernan. Front: M. Lambert, J. Sweet, K. Miller, A. Azpeitia.
Top Left: A. Azpeitia and L. Mckiernan
Above: Varsity cheerleaders during one of their new routines at the homecoming game.
Cheerleaders Welcome New Coach
The new Varsity cheering coach
is Kelly Nickershire. Miss Nicker-
shire is an elementary school
teacher at White Township
school. She is also a professional
cheerleader for the Philadelphia
Eagles. She was hired last Spring
to help the cheerleaders prepare
for competition. The girls were
delighted to learn that she was
returning this fall as their coach.
Under her guidance, the squad
has improved a great deal.
Top: Back: L. McKiernan, M. Lambert, T.
Ritchie, J. Sweet, D. Tillman, A. Azpeitia.
Middle: T. Dayson, S. Seidel, V. Cook, E.
Powell. Front: C. Budd. Above: Represen-
ting NW on the 1st team, Fall DRC
Cheerleaders is Val Cool.
Left: Cheerleaders lead a crowd cheer dur-
ing one home football game.
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Varsity 13 wins 6 losses
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Standing: Coach Sweet, J. Paloscik, A. McNally, C. Florence. A. Freshmen 2wins 8 losses
Spera, T. Fenton, J. Konya, J. Callamaro, K. Delman, J. Peck, T. Mur-
phy, Coach Snyder. Kneeling: J. Maderski. M. Drewes, J. Baier, D.
Kaiser. B. Keiner
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Above: Joel Konya hustles to reach the ball before his opponent.
Above Flight: Players and cheerleaders take time out while the action
continues on the field.
Flight: Todd Fenton uses one of his many soccer skills to take
possession of the ball for N.W.
Far Flight: Senior Jeff Baier demonstrates his skill as a goalie.
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Eisrseler, S. Sikkes. Kneeling: T. Grau, S. Hill, C. Baier, J. Runniger, J.
Above: Tom Murphy shows his stuff during warm-ups before the
Center Right: John Paioscik takes control of the ball as A. Spera and
J. Naderski look on.
Right: Anthony Spera challenges his opponent to take the ball away.
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Freshman: Top: M. Simpler, R. Hughes, B. Cobhart, R. Hendershot, B.
Somken. Middle: Coach Golizo, E. eJong, J. Kronke, B. Schumaker, M.
Lund, S. Greer. Front: B. Klint, G. Harris, B. Salvador, S. Miller, D. Kerr
Patriots Beat Belvidere!
This year's football team showed a lot of
team cooperation and spirit, in spite of a rough
The highlight of the season came with a 14-8
victory over arch rival Belvidere. Dave
Escalante ran 24 yards on a pass by Randy
Willard to score the first touchdown. Rob Green
recovered a fumble and Steve Pisano scored
the winning touchdown. Steve also ran for the 2
Rob Green and Dave Escalante received
several honors. Rob made the DRC First Team
and the All-Area Express Second Team. Dave
made All DRC FifSt Team and All Afea
Top: Team members share the joy after scoring a touchdown during
the game with Sussex Tech.
Above: Randy Willard.
Left: Tight end Robbie Green catching a pass pattern.
Back: C. Hendershot, R. Anderson, R. Green, D. Escalante. 2nd Row: R.
Willard, G. Cullen, M. Tironi, B. Mickley. 3rd Row: P. Constanza, C.
Konkle, J. Whipple, J. Lusby, J. Focht, J. Frank. Front: B. Conklin, M.
Trieble, R. Doyle, B. Piccolo, J. Cagiano, B. Sass. Not Pictured: S.
Back: A. Williams, D. Miller, T. Glory, D. Gosney, B. Sipley, A. Epstein, S. Salmon, M.
Shultis. Front: G. O'Brian, G. Zeyn, C. Howard, R. Mack, T. Vorhees, J. Burdge, J. Lotz, D.
Right: Dave Escalante on his way to score one of his two touchdowns during the
Homecoming game with Hackettstown.
Record: Varsity 3 wins 5 losses
Junior Varsity: 5wins 1 loss 1 tie
Freshmen: 0 wins 8 losses
Left: Bill Conklin recovered a fumble
during the game against the Pius
Royals, which led to a touchdown.
Below Left: Randy Willard, Flob Doyle,
Chris McLain, and Bill Fox
Below: Coach, players, cheerleaders
and fans agree with the referee -
Bottom: Dave Escalante had a big day
aginst Hackettstown, catching six
passes for 204 yards resulting in two
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A young, but growing gymnastic team had several firsts
this year. Freshman Eric Hanlein became the first boy on
the team. Although unable to compete with the girls, he
did perform exhibition for the floor exercises. Junior Tricia
Escalante and freshman Kim Figured both qualified for the
NJSIAA North Section 2 sectional championships. Kim
qualified on vault, bars and floor exercise. Tricia qualified
as an all-around gymnast fall four eventsj. Of 97 entries in
the uneven parallel bars, Tricia placed third with a score of
8.75. This advanced her to the State Individual Champion-
ships held at Somerville HS. Although she did not place,
Tricia went farther than any other gymnast in the school's
Top: On the uneven bars, Kim Darst demonstrates a difficult move.
Above: Freshman Chris Lensi warms up before the meet by doing part of
her floor exercise routine.
Right: Tricia Escalante poses on the beam, one of the events which
helped her achieve all-around gymnast honors.
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Bottom: K. Figured, H. Riley. 2nd Row: K. DiPalma, K. Bell, T. Escalante,
3. Lensi,, K. O'Neil, 3rd Row: Coach Magnuson, K. Darst, C. Stoffelsl E.
Hanlein, T. Guelich, C. Bergan, Coach Cornish. Standing: R. Yurga, K.
Above: Kim Figured works on her bar routine. As a freshman, Kim
qualified for 3 events at the state sectionals.
Left: All around gymnast Tricia Escalante works out on the bars, an event
in which she placed 3rd with a score of 8.75 in the sectionals.
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Top Left: Renee Yurga, Kim Darst and Eric Hanlein prepare the
mats for practice.
Top Right: Heather Riley polishes her skills during practice as
Kim Figured looks on.
Above: Karen Rader perfects a back-walk-over on the balance
Right: Cindy Bergen flips over the horse in practice prior to the
Girl Second in Sectionals
The boys cross country team was lead by senior
Dave Kerr. Joining the team this year was exchange
student Stefan Lund. Sophomore Mike Zaborowski
shows real promise for the future and received an
honorable mention among the DRC All Stars.
With three returning seniors, the girls placed third in
the DRC. They placed second at the North 2 Group 1
meet, which qualified them to run at the State
Senior Becky Troy and Sophomore Maureen Cahill
received honorable mentions among the DRC All Stars.
Standing: Coach Candisky, B. Batson, K. McDonald, M. Cahill.
Kneeling: K. Connelly, A. Ball, B. Troy. Not Pictured: J. Murray,
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Standing: Coach Candisky, J. Raisbeck, B. Cook, S. Lund.
Kneeling: J. Riley, D. Kerr, M. Zaborowsky.
Sharon Conrad hands Maureen Cahill the finish marker as she
crosses the finish line first during the meet with Warren Hills.
She set a school record by running the 3 mile course in 21
minutes, 14 seconds.
Coach Candisky adjusts the stop watch with captains Becky Troy, and
Dave Kerr, and exchange student Stefan Lund.
Boys 1 win 9 losses
Girls 6 wins 3 losses
Above: Mike Zaborowsky
Right: Jenna Murray, Karen McDonald, Bob Cook, and John Riley.
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Above Top: Josh Flaisbeck
Above Center: Jenna Murray and Karen McDonald pull away from the
girls from Warren Hills.
Above: Alice Ball and Kerry Connally
eam Welcome New Coach
The 85-86 field hockey season had many new
recruits and two new coaches. Mrs. Gina DiMaio
was the varsity coach and Mrs. lskra coached the
junior varsity team.
Returning varsity lettermen shared much ex-
perience, enthusiasm and know how with the new
members. Lisa Karolchyk and Margie Plunkett,
both defensive players, excelled in the backfield
and demonstrated the skill needed to keep the
ball out of the goal. Co-captain Tanya Quinn, play-
ing the center halfback position, lead the team
both offensively and defensively with her ex-
cellent skills, fast movement and eadership abili-
ty. Co-captain Sue Ahlers, returning high scorer,
excelled again as center forward. Being extremely
fast and having the skill necessary to be on the
front line, she showed the girls what it takes to be
a dedicated player.
Sue Ahlers was named to the DRC All-Stars,
second team. Tanya Quinn, Lisa Karolchyk, Deb-
bie Mulligan and Angela Plesh received honorable
Top: Mrs. Iskra and Mrs. DiMaio
Above: Sue Ahlers dribbles by a Moravian player and
charges the goal.
Right: Debbie Mulligan's good stick work keeps the ball
at our end of the field.
0 Belvidere 2
2 Phillipsburg Catholic 3
0 South Hunterdon 4
0 Delaware Valley 1
0 Warren Hills 3
1 Pocono Central Catholic 1
2 Hopatcong 1
0 Belvidere 4
3 Phillipsburg Catholic 2
0 South Hunterdon 5
0 Delaware Valley 2
1 Warren Hills 1
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Ahlers back her up.
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Standing: J. Orpen, K. Gawle, A. Roe, F. Koeck, S. Anzelone, K. Krueger Mrs Iskra
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Dayson, Jody Katzenstein, Alexis Azpetia
Top right: Fabulous Field Hockey: Heather Clarke, Anne Hill, Margie
Plunkett, Tanya Quinn, Sue Ahlers, Lisa Karolchyk
Above Left: Charismatic Cross Country: Alice Ball, Becky Troy, Jenna
Murray, Dave Kerr
Above: Super Soccer: John Paloscik, Jim Maderski, Adam McNally,
Chris Florence, Anthony Spera, Todd Fenton, Joel Knoya, Matt
Drewes, Keith Delman, Jeff Baier.
Left: Fantastic Football: Rob Doyle, Jeff Lusby, Rob Green, Dave
Escalante. Not Pictured: Steve Pisano
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Back: Coach Weiboldt, J. Coulston, S. Roethke, K. McGill, J. Niedstedt, M. DeGeorge.
Middle: B. Quick, J. Scalora, B. Clarke, C. Drucquer, E. Kaiser, N. Guelick, B. LeClair, E.
Eiedsted-E Pront: R. DeJong, K. Salmon, J. Piccalo, M. Keller, J. Sattly. Not Pictured: C.
Above: John Couston is crossing the ball to the left wing.
Right: Mike DeGeorge and buddy!
Junior High Soccer
4 White Township 1
1 Harmony 2
2 Pocono Catholic 5
3 Notre Dame 1
4 Liberty 0
5 Liberty 0
1 White Township 1
1 Pocono Catholic 0
1 Harmony 5
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'ARSITY - Standing: Lonnie McKiernan, Sandy Seidel, Tammy Dayson,
Kellie O'Neill, Michelle Lambert, Jill Colucci, Becky Seidel, Val Cook, Tina
litchie, Elaine Powell.
JV - Top: Chris Flich, Kris Bell, Chris Whipple. Center: Cindy Stof-
fels, Penny Dayson. Front: Jennifer Gosney, Beth Doll, Jennifer Duda.
Top Far Left: Cheerleaders surround the mat to support the
Above: Elaine Powell, Michelle Lambert, Val Cook, and Sandy
Left: Chris Budd, Diane Tillman, and Jill Colucci.
Pats Pound P'Burg!
VARSITY - Standing: Steve Pisano, Rob Green, Chris Mezzanotte, Dave Kaleda, Coach
Ducatte. Kneeling: Helcio de Almeida, Jim Maderski, Chris Florence, Adam McNally, Tom
Above: Forward Helcio de Almeida, was the lead scorer for NW. He averaged 26 points
Flight: Chris Mezzanotte shoots for two as Chris Florence backs him up.
The North Warren boys' basketball team
compiled an overall record of 15 wins and 9
losses going into the State Tournament. Led by
Brazilian transfer student, Helcio De Almeida
and senior co-captains Rob Green and Adam
McNally, the Patriots knocked off undefeated
Phillipsburg Catholic for the biggest win of the
year. The lead went back and forth with the
Patriots the victors 56-55.
Seniors Chris Florence and Jim Makerski and
Junior Chris Mezzanotte helped the team enjoy
an eight game winning streak. An 11-5 Con-
ference record gave the Pats a tie for 3rd place
in the Delaware Fliver Conference.
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The North Warren Wrestling team faced a massive
rebuilding year when the 85-86 season began. But with
the largest turnout ever, 30 candidates, the Patriots were
able to end the season with a 6 wins, 8 losses, 2 ties
record. They also qualified for the State Sectionals for the
5th time in six years. Leading the Patriots were seniors
Dave Kerr Q14-4-ll and Tom Dugan Q12-83.
Top: Senior Tom Dugan eyes his opponent as his match begins.
Above: Sophomore Bill Conklin works to break down his opponent.
Left: Junior Ed Stampone puts in an arm bar in order to turn his opponent
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Stampone, Pete Jakubeit, Randy Willard. Kneeling: Dave Gouger, Dan Kerr, Dave
Kerr, Matt Ritchie, Bill Conklin, Tom Dugan, Ear Sipley, Rocco Onorato.
32 Pompton Lakes
0 Warren Hills
27 Phillipsburg Catholic
35 Sussex Tech
12 Pius X
41 South Hunterdon
6 Wallkill Valley
17 Delaware Valley
Junior Varsity 6 wins 8 losses
Varsity 6 wins 8 losses
Above: Junior Gene Cullen controls his opponent from South Hunterdon. Gene won this match and his season record was 16 wins, 4 losses.
Top: Freshman Marty Carducci pancaking his man to his back.
Above: Pete Jakubeit works to get his opponent on his back.
Right: Referee Chip Castner declares David Quick winner in the heavy
JV TEAM - Standing: Marc Ruggero, Brian Piccolo, Marty Car-
ducci, Scot Salmon, Stefan Lund, John Riley, Jeff Whipple. Mid-
dle: John Lotz, Billy Sass, Mark Carle, Greg O'Brien, Gary Ben-
son, Richard Simino. Front: Scott Slovich, Scott Constantine, Brad
Batson, Steve Warnkin, Tim Voorhees, Billy Salvadore.
DeYong Breaks 300 in '86 Season
This year's varsity girls' basketball
team finished 3rd in the Delaware River
Conference with a 12-4 record. The
team advanced to state competition
with an overall record of 16 wins, 7
losses. The team consisted of many
gifted athletes. During the game with
Hackettstown, junior Sue DeYong
scored a career high 27 points. lt was
also at this game when Maureen Cahill
scored her career high of 23 points.
Sue scored a total of 10 points during
the '86 season and was named Female
Athlete of the Month for January by the
The Junior Varsity team, coached by
Mr. Poecker, had a good season also,
with a record of 13 wins, 6 losses.
VARSITY - Standing: Anne Hill, Sue DeYong, Elissa Thixton, Debbie Mulligan, Marissa Mez-
zanotte, Karen McDonald, Miss Smith.
Kneeling: Maureen Cahill, Tracy Guelich, Jean Nordberg, Chres Lensi, Kim Zilinski.
Above: Sophomore Maureen Cahill attempts a shot, despite being fouled.
Maureen Cahill scored 180 points during the season.
Left: Elissa Thixton, a junior, with a season high of 117 points, takes it up for two points as the
Lady Pats beat Phillipsburg Catholic 45-34.
50 South Hunterdon
39 Notre Dame
34 Pius X
37 Delaware Valley
45 Phillipsburg Catholic
52 Warren Tech
34 Warren Hills
49 South Hunterdon
45 Pocono Central Catholic
43 Pius X
28 Delaware Valley
50 Phillipsburg Catholic
43 Warren Hills
57 Phillipsburg Catholic
33 Delaware Valley
Varsity 16 Wins 8 losses
Junior Varsity 13 Wins 6 losses
Above: Sue DeYong, lead scorer for NW with 310 points for this season, prepares
to make a lay-up.
Left: Junior Debbie Mulligan, a guard, shoots for one of her 94 season points.
JV TEAM - Standing: Coach Poecker, Janet Kaleda, Melissa Nienstedt
Be'0w Left Freshman Marissa Mezzsnous- who Scored 224 Kirsten Hemmer, Lauren Gosney, Karen McDonald, Dawn Konesy. Kneel-
points for the season, tries to "box-out" the other team.
Below Right: Sue DeYong is determined to make that shot!
ing: Chris Lensi, Tracy Guelich, Angela Plesh, Tina Stone, Kim Zilinski.
Spirited, Successful Seniors
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Top Left: WONDERFUL WRESTLERS - Dave Kerr and Tom Dugan wait
for practice to begin.
Top Right: BOUNTIFUL BOYS' BASKETBALL PLAYERS - Jim Mader-
ski, Helcio de Almeida, Steve Pisano, Rob Green, Adam McNally, and
Above: CHARMING CHEERLEADERS - Tammy Dayson, Sandy Seidel,
and Val Cook.
Left: LOVELY AND LUCKY LADY PATS Jean Nordberg and Anne Hill.
Jr. High - League Champions!
The Young Patriots Qjunior high! belong to the
Warren County Junior Athletic League. This
year the 8th grade team fvarsityj won all 12
games during the season. They won the play
off game against Liberty 35-28. This qualified
them for the championship game. The Patriots
beat Harmony 31-19 to claim the league title.
This is the first year the team was undefeated,
winning a total of 14 games.
Above: Janet Ann Hoffman, Amy Olesek, and Janice Menzel
show their team spirit!!
Right: The seventh grade team.
7th 8. 8th GRADE TEAMS: Standing: S. Moran, K. McGill, R. Green, D. Monticello, S.
Helmstether, A. Anzevino, D. Bonath, K. Sisco, R. Treible, C. Rabol, Coach Snyder.
Middle: G. Roof, G. MacRoy, D. Helmstetter, P. Carducci, E. Neinstedt, K. Hendershot,
J. Neinstedt. Front: J. Moran, D. Gunther, E. Gawls, T. Voorhees, S. Read, M.
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35 Independence 24
35 Belvidere 17
36 Allamuchy 17
43 Liberty 31
35 Hackettstown 5
42 Oxford 22
27 Belvidere 8
39 Hackettstown 13
42 Independence 29
38 Allamuchy 32
43 White Township 30
33 Harmony 28
35 Liberty 28
31 Harmony 19
7th grade QJVJ 7 wins 4 losses 1 tie
8th grade Ni 14 wins 0 losses
Sean Moran Anthony Anzevino Dave Monticello
Above: Steve Condit and Brad Shumaker
Above Right: Margaret Wrenn
Ftight: Tony Schumway asks Mr. Ivins about the
complexity of computers.
Top Far Fiight: Students listen carefully in history
Bottom Center: Jerry Gladd
Bottom Far Right: Mrs. Allaire assists her students,
Shawna Stevens and Pam Wood, with their sewing
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Board of Education
Mrs. Mezzanotte, Mr. Dana, Board Lawyer, Mrs. Bell Mr. Duda, Mr. Marsh, Mrs. Schwartz
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Dr. Herbert, Superintendent
Mr. Sweet, Principal
Dear Class of '86:
Where did the time go? It seems like only yester-
day you were entering the seventh grade with anx-
ious expectations. Now you are graduating with the
confidence of young men and women.
North Warren has guided you and provided you
with a solid foundation for life. Now it's up to you to
draw from this foundation and make your own deci-
sions which will determine your future direction. I am
confident that whatever course you take will be
positively influenced by your experiences at North
Warren. To this end, your future will always be in-
delibly inscribed with the memories of . . Hail, Hail
all Hail, to the North Warren Regional High."
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To the Senior Class of 1986
Yearbooks are hardbound memories that will stay
with you forever. l hope that when you sit down with
your yearbook in the future you will have many fond
memories of your years at North Warren. The school
is proud of you and your accomplishments.
I wish you health, happiness and success. Always
strive to be the best in whatever you do in your per-
sonal and professional life. Never settle for second
Mr. Evertz, Assistant Principal
Mr. Flufe, Vice Principal
I would like to congratulate you on your graduation
from High School and wish you well for the future. As
you look over your years at North Warren you will
remember both good times and bad. Always remember
that you were able to deal with the bad times and con-
quer the problems they presented. While these prob-
lems may seem small and insignificant now, they
weren't at the time.
I enjoyed your class at North Warren and look for-
ward to your returning for future visits.
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Dear Class of 1986,
Your learning experience at North Warren Regional
High School is one of your keys to the future. It will
open one ofthe many doors of your life. As you pass
through, may all of your knowledge be utilized to guide
you toward your ultimate goal.
Your learning experience will continue as will all of
your memories of North Warren.
Congratulations and good luck in your future
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Top: LUNCHROOM LADIES - Standing: Mrs. Maher, Mrs.
Basilicato, Mrs. Rydell, Mrs. Winters, Mrs. Shultis.
Sitting: Mrs. Spece, Miss McFiIIin, Food Service Director - Mrs.
Above: BUS DRIVERS - Mrs. Green, Mrs. Houck, Mrs. Skow.
Not pictured: Miss Miles
Top: DAY CUSTODIANS - Mr. Babbitt, Mr. Smith, Mr. Thompson
Above: NIGHT CUSTODIANS - Mr. DePuy, Mr. Pensyl, Mr.
McMahon. Not Pictured: Mr. Shipps.
A special note of thanks to Mr. McMahon and the night custodians for
not becoming angry when the yearbook staff made a mess AFTER
Above: Jim Maderski photocopies H
material for the guidance
Flight: lngrid Hughes and Sue-Ann
Konkle look at college catalogues.
Guidance Office Assists Students
Many kinds of information were
available in the guidance office. Students
had access to literature from colleges,
trade schools, armed forces and the
business world. The Counselors helped
the seniors plan for their futures and
underclassmen schedule their classes for
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e Mrs. Pagano was always busy. As
'-'. school nurse she must keep records,
test hearing, eyesight, and take care of
Mrs. Guiler joined the staff this year
as the secretary for the Child Study
Mrs. Russo Mrs. Tilwick
Mr. Bowker Mrs. Magnuson
Top: Jennifer Apperson must be quiet for a whole minute while Mrs. Pagano
Above: Mrs. Pagano's morning job - checking absentee notes from students.
Here, Garnet Callus presents his!
A School Run Smoothly
Special thanks to all of our
secretaries for their effort to keep our
school running smoothly.
Mrs. Sandberg Mrs. Drew Mrs. Emery
Right: Debbie Apperson and Michael Morrill
help out in the office by looking up schedules.
N.W. Welcomes New Librarian
Mrs. Fisher Mrs. Tironi
The new librarian this year was Mrs. Fisher. Prior to coming
to North Warren, she was a special librarian at Dupont and
Bethlehem Steel. Many students worked as Library aides dur-
ing their study hall period. Their jobs included checking out
books, shelving books, and helping Mrs. Fisher or Mrs. Tironi.
These students were: Dana Callamero, Kelly Glynn, Jeff
Burdge, Becky Hillyard, Julie Wells, Ginny Shelp, and Jim
Above left: Garnet Callus inspects a book on
Above: Bethany Prehodka takes a study break to
catch up on the latest in Glamour.
Left: Marissa Mezzonotte takes advantage of the
quiet to do some homework.
T. Klein Wins State Contest
Many activities and projects were
offered to students by the Gifted and
Talented program. Under Mrs.
Repasky's guidance students were
challenged in the areas of math,
photojournalism, critical thinking,
One such project was the Voice of
America Program. Sponsored by the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, it is
designed to give high school
students the opportunity to voice
their opinions about their respon-
sibility to their country.
Writing on the theme "New
Horizons for America's Youth"
seven NW students taped their
scripts using professional equipment
and assistance from the WFMV radio
Tanya Quinn was the local lev
runner-up, First place local winnl
Tom Klein went on to place first
both district and state competitio
As state winner, Tom was presente
with a plaque and a S2000 schola
ship. He also won an all expens
paid trip to Wash. DC in March. Hel
he will compete in the national finals
Above: Tom Klein took first place in the State in the
Voice of Democracy Contest.
Above Right: Standing: Tanya Quinn, Tom Klein, Stacey
Condit. Kneeling: Sue Ahlers, Debbie Bates, Heather
Clarke. Not pictured: Kris DePalma. These seven
students entered the Voice of Democracy Contest.
Right: WARREN-HUNTERDON ACADEMIC BOWL
TEAM MEMBERS - Captain Gene Cullen, Tom Klein,
Lisa Bergen, Adam McNally, Matt Drewes, Mike Han-
son. NW's team defeated Warren Hills and Phillipsburg
Catholic before losing in the semi-finals to Phillipsburg
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Studying a foreign language is not
limited to just learning the language.
Students in the Spanish, French, and
German classes learn the culture and
customs of each country. They sample
food, go to restaurants, and visit
Above Left: Dawn Konesny, Jen-
nifer Gosney, Rick Anderson and
Diane Tillman seem to be enjoy-
ing their Spanish class.
Above: Bill Sass, Steve Miller,
Chris Nester, and Bobby Miller
play "Bingo" in German under
the guidance of Miss Schoch.
Left: While Mrs. Barabas is on
maternity leave, Mr. Phillipon has
captured the attention of the
French ll students.
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Mrs. Ahlers joined the staff at
NW as a resource room teacher.
In addition, three new aides were
hired. Mrs. Grant was Mrs. Ahler's
Aide, Mrs. Cornish was the aide
for the Basic Skills English
classes and Miss Flange was the
aide for the Basic Skills math
Above: Miss Flange explains an assignment to
Right: Mrs. Cornish seems pleased with her
Mrs. Ahlers Mrs. Schaeffer Miss Chisesi
Miss Putt Mrs. Pustizzi Miss Zenock
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Above: Miss Pittis guides Mike Lund through his lesson
Left: Sheila Butler
TWO NEW MATH TEACHERS
Joining the math department this year is Mrs.
Esposito. She teaches advanced practical math,
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the school system, Mrs. Little is now teaching plane
geometry and junior high math.
With the computer age growing, math is becoming an
integral part of everyone's life. High forms of
computation are training the young minds of tomorrow
to think faster and more efficiently. At NW a range of
math classes, from the basics to calculus is offered.
Above: Mr. Ftincavage's eighth grade math
students work diligently on a test!!
Above Right: Ken Peterson draws an octagon in
Right: Kim Simonson, Adam Flusweiler, Jim U
Ultimo and Chris Wolf
Mrs. Esposito Mrs. Little Mrs. Flung Mr. Ivins
Mrs. Fechisin Mr. Rincavage Mr. Picone
Top: Chris Whipple and Scott
Stouch smile as they successful-
ly master fractions.
Mr. Poecker Mrs. Rudolph Mr. Smith Mr. Hart
MY- Bafth0l0meW Mr. Sadusky Mrs. Sweeney
Above: JUNIORS - Mark Carle, Debbie Mulligan, Ross Roggio, Pete
Jakubett and Karen McDonald
Right: Reading from Romeo and Juliet are Tim Carlson and Heather
Top Far Right: SEVENTH GRADERS - Tom Kise, Flo Plesh, Kyle Sisco
and Tom Vorhees work on vocabulary skills.
Bottom Far Right: Todd Roth, Dawn Swanson, and Tanya Quinn take a
test in senior English.
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From seventh grade grammar to the feared senior
English vocabulary quizzes, students are kept busy
in English classes.
When they graduate from North Warren, students
should have a strong background in grammar and
it's practical applications. Students have broadened
vocabulariesand a deeper knowledge of American
and Europen literature.
Mr. Graff Mrs. Gladd
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earning Thru Observation
Science is defined as knowledge based on
observed facts and tested truths arranged in an
orderly system. Observation is really the key word.
Students at North Warren are exposed to many
areas of science -from general science to physics.
Observation during class demonstrations and
experiments helped students to begin to understand
the order of things around them. "Hands-on"
experience in Ag classes provided students with
knowledge of the practical applications of science.
Several classes went on field trips to the Delaware
Water Gap and Sunfish Pond to observe the
Mrs. Hanly Mr. Drago
Miss Faunce Mrs. Shumakel'
Top right: Jim Maderski, Scot Smith, and Mike Hanson prepare for
Top Far Right: Christina Sepulveres, Karen Pisano and friend.
Right: Bill Raisbeck and Scott Wolf care for the pointsettias raised
by the Ag classes for the Christmas sale.
Far Right: Melissa Nienstedt and Karen Krueger.
MVS. KOIS MF. DeHaven
Mr. Chinnock Mr. Albergato
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Top: Stephanie Sillett takes dictation during steno class.
Above: With the skills she learned in Office Simulation class, senior Caroline
Dellano lends a helping hand tothe main office.
Above Right: Patiently, Tom Murphy sets up a program during his computer
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North Warren is equipped with three well qualified
business teachers. Mr. McDermott introduces the student
to the computer's importance in business. ln personal
typing, he passes on the simple typing skills needed by
most students. Mrs. Powell deals with the secretarial
branch of business by teaching Steno I and ll. Besides
assisting the students in the classroom, she is the advisor
to the Future Business Leaders of America. Mrs. Graff
teaches Accounting l and ll. ln business law, she helps the
students understand the legalities ofthe business world.
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Above: Danielle Montanna and Laura
Far Left: Kim Darst takes notes before
beginning her assignment.
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A Learning Experience
The Child Care and Development
class provided a learning experience
to prepare students for a future in
early childhood education or as a
parent. For the first half of the year,
the students studied child develop-
ment and learned to teach lessons in
art, story telling or discovery. The
class visited the Neo-Natal Unit of
Allentown Hospital and the Long
Valley Christian Nursery School.
The exciting part of the course
was the arrival of the eleven 3 or 4
year old children. The high school
"teachers" were responsible for
teaching lessons, providing supervi-
sion in the classroom and on field
Back: M. Metzgan, L. Vanderwiele, D. Callamaro, A. Voelker, J. Schmitt, K. Ferry, K. Ohl, K.
Y. Rioux, B. Pagano, Mrs. Sn der
Middle: J. Jones, J. Teel, S. Young, A. Yungel, M. Hosterman, L. Ftoszkowski, T. Valent, K
Front: J. DePuy, T. Fuller,
B. VanAuken, S. Winter
Above: Karen Ohl, Barb Pagano, and Tara Valent clean up after an t
Left: Jeremy Teel finds out that Lestoil works better than Spic and Span.
" eedles and Pans"
Mrs. Allaire Mrs. Snyder
Home Economics students enjoy the fine arts of cooking and
sewing. Seventh graders start in the kitchen, learning the basic
fundamentals. Cooking classes advance to include gourmet
cooking and cooking on a budget. Eighth graders begin to sew
and can continue in high school by taking creative sewing. Field
trips were taken by both classes to places such as lunches at
foreign restaurants and a trip to see a fashion show in New
Above Left: Todd Haebler, Karen Zydzik, Michelle Lambert and
Yvette Fiious saute onions for an omelette.
Above: Chris Pastor chooses fabric for her next outfit.
Left: Chris Janda reads over the instructions before she begins
STUDENTS APPLY KNOWLEDG
History is not just the study of facts and dates gone by.
Mock elections, projects, and other activities brought it to
life for us. Archaeology students had the special oppor-
tunity of rebuilding an ancient glass bottle. Broken upon
arrival at the museum, the bottle was given to Mrs. Allaire.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Guarsico, the students were
able to reconstruct it.
Mrs. Guarisco Miss Purrazzella
Above: Debbie Bates and Scott Wolf
carefully examine the pieces of the broken
Above Flight: Nearly complete, the Roman
Square Bottle dates between the mid First
and Second century A.D. Probably used
for wine or oil, the square shape also made
it ideal for shipping. Several cartons were
found in the ruins of Pompeii. s,..
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Mr. Strawins Mr. Terhune Mr. Candisky Mr Wieboldt
The seventh grade social studies course includes studying the
Here Mr. Candisky's students Paula Staples, Jay Moran and Jason
Piccolo work on a map project.
Creativity Thru the Fine Art
Students with talent in music are offered the oppor-
tunity to expand these skills through involvement with
the chorus and band. Individual instruction is offered in
both instrumental and vocal music. The results of this
instruction and hours of practice may be heard when
the Christmas and Spring Concerts are presented.
Mrs. Hough helps to develop the artistic abilities of
her students in the area of drawing, painting, ceramics
andd sculpture. Many lovely items are displayed in the
school's showcases throughout the year.
Above Far Left: Fludy Monnett polishing a vase.
Center Left: Eric Granberg works at the potter's
Bottom Left: Tom Dugan plays guitar with Mr.
DeMaio, as Connie Hanlein, Sandy Paglia, and Jean
Steffey sing along.
Top Left: Keith McGill shows musical talent during
Top Right: Mrs. Hough assists Geza Budai in
Bottom: Laurie Carnot, Brianna Thomas, and
substitute teacher Miss Osmum go over a piece of
music. Miss Osmum is a former student at N.W. and
a former drum major with the band.
Shop - Build Confidence
Starting with raw materials in wood
or metal shops, students create a
project. By achieving this goal, students
find themselves with a feeling of
success and confidence.
ln mechanical and architectural
drawing classes, Mr. Golzio helped
students understand the fundamental
skills needed for industry or college.
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Above: Tim Glory and Eric Hanlein watch closely as Mr. Dolan gives final instructions before they begin their projects.
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Top Left: Brett Sills, Adam Russweiler work on candle holders in
Top right: Mr. McDonough advises Becky Troy on her intricate wood
Above: Rob Green and Rich Anderson at the drawing tables in
mechanical drawing class.
Left: Rusty Trieble and Mike Noto carefully work on the wood lathe.
ln gym class students learn skills in
sports such as football, field hockey,
volleyball, and softball. With these
skills, the students gain experiences
and have a lot of fun.
Mrs. Nordberg Mr. Sweet
Miss Smith Mr. Seal
Above Left: Karen Raderjumps "the longest yard."
Above: Volleyball is a favorite game played in gym class
Here Faith Keck prepares to serve the ball.
Left: Mr. Snyder and Mr. Seal take roll and
give instructions before class begins.
Below Center: John Scalora, Steve Pike, Dave
Rogers and Dave Gouger help Mr. Sweet br-
ing equipment out for class.
Below: Laura Vandenlveile "pumps iron!"
Bottom: Mike Delaney, Mike Pisano and Mr.
Ducatte watch Joel Konya's awesome pass.
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Anzalone, secretary: Carolyn Benson, treasurer. Not Pictured: Karla
Above Right: EIGHTH GRADE - Ed Neinstedt, vice president: Sandy
Toronzi, secretary: John Neinstedt, president. Not Pictured: David
Right: SEVENTH GRADE - Standing: Amanda Dewey, secretary:
Emily Kapser, treasurer. Kneeling: Liz Wenner, vice president: Eileen
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Banta, vice president: Chris Budd, treasurerg Aimee Murray, secretary,
Left: JUNIORS - Caroline Weising, secretaryq Tina Ritchie, presidentg
Elissa Thixton, treasurer. Not Pictured: Tom Klein, vice president.
Michael De George
Flonald De Jong
Suh An Reininger
Dawn Edwards, Brian Peck, Mrs. Rung
James Van Horn
Heidi Van Wingerden
Camera Shy Seventh Graders
Left: Suh An Reininger
Donna De George
Andrea Di Palma
Camera Shy Eighth Graders
Right: Christian Rafferty
Billie Jo Clifford
Sherry Marie Cook
Vicki L. Edwards
Andrew L. Epstein
Fred W. Gebhart
Daniel S. Gillen
Timothy P. Glory
Donald C. Gosney
Jennifer L. Gosney
Cheri Ann Grilli
Michael W. Howell
Nicole R. Howell
Caesar Ferrara Jr.
Diane La Motta
La Rae Neubauer
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Leonard Van Camp
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Flight: Chris Stone
Kristine Di Palma
Ricky Weijland and Craig Konkle
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Beckv Seidel, Mike Zaborowsky, and Melissa Nienstedt
Camera Shy Sophomores
Krista Miller, Becky Seidel, and
Camera Shy Juniors
Above: Back: Steve Roethke, Shelly Straway, Joanne Longyhore
Doug Johnson. Front: Danny Bonnath, Dave Monticello, Greg
Roof, Eric Chesiock, Eric Kise.
Right: Stephanie Brady, Renee Yurga, Jennifer Gosney
Above Left: John Callamaro and Debbie Bates
Above Right: Rich Skow, Dave Bell, Bob Kieper,
Sean Tasick, and friends.
Left: Standingz Stephanie Coffara, Sitting: Susan
Anderson, Melinda Konesny, Roxanne Rowe,
Michele Shultis, and Michelle VanHorn.
Above: Kim Miller, Cindy McCrone, Adrienne
Rich, Sue Gwinnett, and Jenna Murray
Above Right: Will the real Kim Miller please
step forward? QKim A. Miller and Kim M. Milleri
Near Right: Mike Hanson and Phil DeRea in
their "classy clothes."
Top Right: Joel Konya and Chris Florence just
Right Laura Powell and the undefined world of
Far Right: King, Queenie, Herald, and the Mad
Hatter. fAnton Matzal, Sue Ahlers, Tony
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Top Right: Alice's little sister qplayed by Allice Ballj is intrigued
by her book.
Top Far Right: Alice fStacey Condidj the White Rabbit fFrank
Seesinki pose for a picture before the show.
Right: The King QAnton Matzalp and Queen fSue Ahlersi listen
carefully to what the Herlad tTony Shumayj has to say about
the Queen's stolen tarts.
Bottom Right: John Paloscik, Jean Nordberg, Margie Plunkett,
and Phil DeRea.
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This year's senior play Alice In Wonderland,
presented on December 5th through the 7th,
was a huge success. The production was a
musical adapted for the stage by Mr. Michael
DeMaio, the choral director here at NW.
Alice, played by Stacey Condit, was intrigued
by a white rabbit, played by Frank Seesink. She
followed him into the rabbit hole where she en-
countered a Mad-hatter fPhil DeReaJ and a pink
mouse fMargie Plunkettj. From there she saw a
caterpillar qTodd Ftothy and his swarm of but-
terflies. Alice was accused of stealing the
Queen's QSue Ahlersj cherry tarts because she
tried to protect the Knave of Hearts fJenna
Other scenes included a dance with the Mock
Turtle fTony Schumwayl, a love song between
the caterpillar and the mouse and a grand finale
with the entire cast. A great big thanks to the
cast, Mr. DeMaio, Miss Schoch, who helped in
many ways, and everyone else who contributed
to yet another grand performance!
Top: Who are the 2 of Hearts, 6 of Clubs, 4 of Hearts, 7 of Spades, 3 of Spades, Ace of Spades
5 of Diamonds, and the 2 of Clubs???
Above: The Cast of the Senior Play, Alice In Wonderland.
Senior Cast and Crew
Sue Van Althius
Right: Margie Plunkett during the scene at the Mad Tea Party.
Thank you for all the good times we've had over
the last six years. I hope to see all your smiling
faces at graduation, at my graduation party and at
every class reunion.
Dear Senior Class of 86,
I want you to remember the word adaptation. It is
the ability to change with time, and your
Set your goals high, and exhaust all possible paths
to reach them: but in the event your dreams become
unattainable, do not commit suicide, adapt.
ln a highly complex world as ours: success comes
to those capable of applying their talents in new and
unusual ways. Be creative and enjoy your lives.
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President: Tom Dugan, Secretary: Tammy Dayson, Treasurer: Kim M. Miller,
Vice President: Jenna Murray
Senior Class Advisor: Mr. Drago
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Top Right: Debbie Maher and Ancke Volker have a chat after class.
Above: Tammy Terpstra and Kelly Unangst seem to enjoy making
budgets. . . and spending money.
Left: Cathy Chierkove, "accounting" for free time.
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Far Left Top: Karen Zydzik, Jill Corby, Dave
Left Top: Sue-Anne Konkle and Annie Hill
Top: Sue Ahlers, Tanya Quinn, "Mr. Rinc",
Heather Clarke, Stacey Condit
Far Left: Sue Gwinnett
Center Left: Chris Noel picking apples in
Left: Kim A. Miller and Val Cook
Susan E. Ahlers Helcio DeAImeida David A. Arscott
Alice Marie Ball Sandra Ann Barinas Michael E. Bartolozzi
Jennifer Biddle Robert Boyle Kelly Adelphia Burham
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Alexis C. Azpeitia Jeffrey S. Baier
Carolyn Basilicato Lisa Marie Bergen
Renee Cabri Elizabeth A. Cahill
FACTS iiie ABOUT
Sue Ahlers: Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, Captaln'12
Pep Club 9, 10, 11g Ski Club 9, 10, 11
Musical iart1,11g Yearbook 11g Newsgmpei
'11, Ergtor 152, Prom Committee 211, enior
Helcio gelklmeidiaz Basketball 11, 12
Alexis Azpeitia:f-Cheerleading110, 11, ,rls 12, Year-
book 10g Prom Committee 11, 12 2
Jeff Baier: Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12, Basketball 11, 12
Alice Ball: Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 125 Softball
103 Class Treasurer 10, 11, Teen Arts 11:
Senior Play Stage Crew 115 Musical Stage
2, Crew.g11g Newspaper 11, 121 Senior Play 125
' Musical 12: Senior Chorus 12
Sandy Barinas: Ski Club 103 Home Room
Representative 12 y
Mike Bart0lozzi:'Ski Club 9, 10,311 1,,,g A
Carolyn Basilicato: Ski Club 10, FBLA Secretary
g 11, President12
Lisa Bergen: Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, Qiympios, of
the Mind 113 Yearbook Financial Staff 11,123
National Honor Society 11, 12, Teen Arts 11,
Jennifer Biddle: Ski Club 95 Musical 10, 123 Teen
Bob Boyle: Band 9, 10, 11, 12
Kelly Burham: FBLA 10:ifArt Crew 12 A A
Dana A. Callamaro laura J. Carducci Karen Carpenter
Stacey Elise Condit Valerie Cook Jillian Y. Corby
Caroline Dellanno Keith Delman Jill Denton
Heather Clarke Cynthia Mary Clegg
Tammy L. Dayson Michael Delaney
Philip DeFtea Judy Doll
Dana -Callamarotb Class lllrlll- President 9, Class
S Secretary 1151 Yearbook 9, 10, 11, Editor 125
Field Hockeg Stats 9, 10, 115 Spanish Club 9,
Secretary 1 5 Prom Committee 11, 12
-,Laura Carducci: Gymnastiils 9, 10, 3,15 Yearbook
95 Prom Committee 11", 125 FFA 125 Interact
Club 125 Softball 12
Heather Clarke: Cheerleading 9, 10, 115 Ski Club
9, 10, 11, 125,Field Hockey 10, 11,, 125 Interact
Ciubsecretary 10, 11,2125 Prom 'Queens 5111:
Senior Play 121 Chorus 125 Stats 121 Student
Council Secretary 12
5 Cindy Clegg: Yearbook 11,125 Band Color, Guard
11 , p1 5 Baseball Stats 11, 12,fgGirls State
Alternate 115 Chorus 125 Senior Plasy 12
Stacey Condit: Musical Stage Crew 5 Musical
10, 11, 125 Yearbook 10, 115 Teen Arts 10,
115 ,Senior Chorus 10, ,11, 125 Student Coun-
cil Representative 11, 125 Senior Play 12 5
Val Cook: Cheerleader 9, 10, Captain 11, 125
Class Vice President 95 FFA, Secretary 95
Gymnastics 95 Studentflouncil 9, 10, 11, ,Ex-
ecutive Committee 125fSoftballi9, 10, 11,5125
Prom Committee 115 Homecoming Can-
didate 125 Who's Who Among American High
School Students 5 y
Jill Corby: Marching Band 99, 105 Pep Club 9,-105
German Club , 105 Ski Club 95 Yearbook
Finance Committee 11
Tammy Dayson: Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, Co-
Captain 125 Class Treasurer 9: Spanish Club
9, 101 Prom Committee 115 Homecoming
Committee 125 Class Secretary 12
Caroline Dellanno: French Club 95 Stage Crew 9,
105 FBLA, Treasurer 12 5 ,y
Keith Delman: Soccer 9, 150,115 Ski Ctub 12 A
Phil DeRea: Soccer 9, 10, 115 Spanish Club 9, 105
Senior Play 125 Musical 12
Judy Dail: Prom Committee 11, 125 Homecoming
A Committee 111,12 5
Robert James Doyle, Jr. Matthew T. D. Drewes Thomas F. Dugan
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Christopher P. Florence Michele L. Glaab Kelly Michael Glynn
Susan Gwinnett Todd Haebler John Michael Hansen
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Dave Escalante Todd Steven Fenton
Eric J- Gfambefg Robert Darren Green
Deborah M. Hanson Brigita Harajda
Roberta Footbalf59,'10, 125 9, 10,
11, 12: Pep Club '93 Basketball"9: Student
Council 10, 11
Matt Drewes: Soccer 9, 10, 11, 123 French Club 95
Basketball 115 National Honor Society 11, 12:
Whois Who Among American High School
Stuictents 12 1,1c1a 5 . ,gg
Tom Dugan: Wrestling 1'lc. 9 10, 11, 12ZfGlaSs Presiee
dent'10,11, 12 ' 1
Dave Eic?lante: Football 10, 11, 125 Ski Club 10,
1 1 ,
Todd Fenton: Soccer 9, 10, 11, Captain 125
BaSK9tball 95 Basel:1all9, 10,
Chris Flbience: Baseballi9, 10, 11, 12:5QB:asketball:
Michele Glaab: Basketball 105 Softball 11, 125
Basketball Scorekeeper 11, 125 Prom Com-
mittee 115 FFA 12
Kelly Glynn: Yearbook 51 0, 11 , 125 Newspaper 11,
125f5.S?tudent CounQili125 F 5 4,
Eric Grairiberg: Soccer-19, 10, 115 Student Council
10, 11, Vice President 12 5
Rob Green: Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball 9,
13, 11, 125 Powder Putt Football Coach 11,
Sue Guinqett: Basketball 9, 10, 11,1135 Softball 9,
10,i'g'l1Q3Q112g Crossgjiflountry 10, 125
Cross Country 115,1Student Council 9, 10, 11,
125 Newspaper Staff 11, 125 Yearbook
Finance Committee 11, 125 Prom Committee
11, 125 ,Homecoming Committee 11, 125
Rotary Interact 10,--511 , 12 5
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mittee: 1 1 5 Nationaleillelonor Societyfi-2'
Michael Hansen: Basketball 95 Spanish Club 9,
10: Newspager Staff 11, 125 National Honor
Society 11, resident 12
Brigita I-laraida: BandA9, 10, 11, 125'Chorus 11,
123I??V' MS FSSFYQ5 11 .
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Stephanie Leigh Heines Stephanie Herremans H. Anne Hill
Christine A. Janda Renee M. Jones Lisa-Marie Karolchyk
David W. Kerr Paul Christian Klein Sue-Anne M. Konkle
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Jody F. Katzenstein lVliCl'l8el P- Keller
Joel S. Konya Susan Krueger
National Honor Society 1 1 , 1121?
Stephanie l-lerremans: Marching Band 93
Spanish Club 103 Yearbook Sta 115 National
Honor Society 12
Anne Hill: Basketball 9, 10, 11, 123 Field Hockey
9, 10, 11, Student Counoii 9, 10, 11, 12g
, Interact 121 Prom, caqgmiuee 11 , 12
,lngrid Hugheifiijffleld' Hometiezsfnfaf-111, Baseball
Stan Hutt: Spanish Club 9, 10g Newspaper Staff
11, 123 National Honor Society 11, 12
Chris Janda: Pep Club 9, 10 1
Renee Jones: Basketball Stats 9, Cross Country
Stats 93 Student Council 10gylnteract 11, 125
National Hdnor Societ 11 112 1
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g BasketbaIlf9:l Softball 9, 10,,',12:Rotary 1114
1 teract 10, 113 Prom Committee, 113
Homecoming Committee -125 FBLA 125
Basketball Scorekeeper 125 Senior Play 12
Jody Katzenstein: Cheerleader 10, 11, '12'
yy g g Homecoming Committee 12g,,fNationaI Honor
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1iii1ii21ifj:2Nlichael Kellefi2iQBaSeba1l 9, 1 iii'
"fDave Kerr: Soccer 91 Ski Ciub Qglwrestling 10, 11-'Q
123 Cross Country 12 1
Paul Klein: Football 9
Sue-Anne Konkle: Basketball Scorekeeper 93
Baseball Scorekeeper 103 Rotary interact 10,
Presidentti, 123 Field Hockey 10, 113 Stu-,
dent CouaQflg1,1i,g, Prom Committee 12 ,
Uoel' Konya? 9, 123 Baetieiball 9, 10,
Baseball K "fi-1,Ii:tjl ' J
Susan Krueger:'Rotary lnteract'11, 12, Gym-
,Stephanie Heiijgg, ',1,, Marching 10' Concert'
1 f Band Qgltlfepgcaub 9, 101iG6ff2illa'n"Club 9, 1052
Teresa Ann Labar William F. Lantinga Jeffrey Hayden Lusby
Debbie M. Maher Melissa Maiella Mary Elizabeth Marshall
Cindi Marie McCrone Adam Stephen McNally Kimberly A. Miller
Lori Lynn Mack
Eric D. Martin Anton Paul Matzal
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Kimberly Maria Miller
Ruth Ann Monnett
Terry Labar: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 123
A Cheerleading 95 Spanish'.Club 9, 105 ,Softball
'Stats 10, Yearbook 11,1125 Seniorf,E?lray 123
FBLA 123 Prom Committee 12 ii'
Stefan Lund: Cross Country 12, Wrestling 12
Jeff Hisbg: Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Baseball 9, 10,
Loriigfilackz Choi?u5g9, 103 Gymnastics 9,113,111
Jin1XiVladerski:''Football 91 Basketball '95?ff1,0, 11,
12, Baseball 9, 10, 11,125 National Honor
Society 11, 125 Soccer 12
Debbie Maher: Band 9, 105 Chorus 11
Mary.Marshall: FBLA 12 , ,
Ericigilhartinz Basketball 9, 10,5113 Spanis-4t251Club 9,
'105 Nationaliltlonor Society 12 1' '
Anton Matzal: Basketball 9, 103 Baseball 9, 103
Yearbook 9, 10, 11, 121 Ski Club 11, 121 Na-
tional Honor Society 11, 125 Boys' State 113
,,51'lIbo's Who,Among H.S,.,Student 12g,Senior
jiigwy 1 25 Mueical 1 2 1 5 g
Cindi cCrone:'Cheerleadin'g 9, 10, 11giSpanish
Club 95 Prom Committee 11, 123 Homecom-
ing Committee 12
Adam McNaIly:,Soccer 9,,10, 11, Captain 12,
g1,,5,iti3asketball,,,9,, 10, 11,,Qaptain 12,g,,Spanish
it 'Club 9, 10' 1 1 1
Kim A. Miller: Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 123 Softball
9, 10, 12, Basketball 10, Field Hockey 115
Student Council 11
Kim M. Miller: Spanish Ciub 9, 103 Gifted and
A gfralented 94510, 11, 12g,rl?rom Committee 11g
A Ctass Treasurer 12g Rotary interact 12
Ruthglonnett: Basketball 11, oftball 11, 125 FFA
Deidre Lynn Moore Gail L. Morris Jennifer Helen Murray
Jean Diane Nordberg Peter J. Novi Karen Marie Ohl
Nancy Lynn Pascale Chris Pastor David Peck
Cheryl Lynn Nester Christine A. Noel
Donna Christine Olmstead Barbara Alyce Pagano
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Margaret Ann Plunkett Laura Anne Powell
Adrienne Marie Rich Yvette S. Rioux
Kristen G. Sass Julie-Ann Schilling
Gary R. Roof
Carey Scott Schoettlin
Tanya M. Quinn Laura Leigh Ftatti
Todd A. Roth Stacey Lynn Sandberg
Frank Seesink F Sandra E. Seidel
THE ii SENIORS
Margie Plunkett: Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 125 Mar-
ching Band 9, 10, 115 Student Council 9, 105
Senior Play 125 Musical 9, 10, 11, 125 Chorus
Laura Powell: French Club 95 Basketball 95 Mar-
F 'rir,e'l,'e ching Band1.?f9, 10, 115 Ski:fClub 10, 115
A 5 Newspaper 115 Student Council 105 Year-
book 9, 10, 11, 125 Gifted and Talented 9, 10,
11, 125 Softball 9, 10, Captain 115 Senior Play
125 National Honor Society 11, 123 Musical
1 1, 125 Powder Puff Football 11, 125 Alternate
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Governors School in the SCiQl1Ces5 Rutger's
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Tanya Quinn: Student Council 95 Spanish Club 9,
105 Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, Captain 125 Gifted
and Talented 9, 10, 11, 125 Basketball
Scorekeeper 9, 10, 115 Yearbook 9, 10, 11,
125 Girl's Citizenship Institute 115 Baseball
5 Scorekeeper11 12' DAR Award 12' National
'Ygung Leaders Conference Senior Play
Laura Ratti: Cross Country 95 Cheerleader 95
Spanish Club 9, 10, 115 Math League 9, 10,
11, 125 Ski Club 10, 11, 125 Natinal Honor
Adrienne Rich: Marching Band 9, 105 FBLA 125
Senior Play,12, 5
1-Yvette Rioux: 'Softball 9, 10, 125 Basketball
5 Manager 95 Basketball 10, 115 Flotary Interact
Treasurer 10, 11, 125 Prom Committee 11,
5 125 Homecoming Committee 125 Homecom-
ing Candidate 12
Todd Roth: Basketball 9: Musical 9, 10, 115 Mar-
ching Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Spanish Club 10,
5 115 Senior Play 125 Student Councit 12.
Stacey Sandberg:i'Marching Band'9, 105 Teen
Arts Festival 105 Governors School of the
Kirsten Sass: FFA Sentinel 10, Vice President 11,
President 125 Northwest Regional Secretary
125 Livestock Judging 10, 11, 125 Floral
5 Design 10, 11, 12: Fruits and Vegetables
1. Judging 10, 11-, Weed identification 1
Julie Ann chilling: Spanish Club'9, 103 Basket-
T ball Statistician 9, 10, 115 Yearbook 9, 10, 11,
125 Marching Band - Silk Line 10, 115 Class
Secretary 115 Newspaper Staff 11, Asst.
Editor 125 National Honor Society 11,
Secretary 125 Senior Chorus 125 Senior Play
1 125 Powder Puff Football 11, 12
,Carey Schoettlingfootball 95 Wrestling 10, 11
Frank Seesink:'S8anish Club 95-'Treasurer 105
1 Basketbali 95 lympics of the Mind 9, 10, 11,
125 Yearbook Photographer 10, 11, 125
Teams of Excellence 115 Senior Play 125
Musical 125 Boys' State Delegate 115 Na-
tional Young Leaders Conference 125 Na-
, tional Honor Society 11, 12
,Sandy Seidel: Cheerleader 9, 10, V1,-1,112
Anthony Shumway Stephanie Jean Sillett
Scot E. Smith Christopher A. Speller
Richard E. Striker Dawn K. Swanson
Cindy Marie Smigel
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Robyn Michele Sprague Jamie L. Straut
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Albert Teune Rebecca Troy
Stephanie Sillett: Ski Club 10, 11, 125 FBLA 11,
Vice President 12
Cindy Smigel: Softball,9g Gymnastics 9: Musical
Scot Smith: Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12, County
Band 9, 10, 11, 123 Soccer 10, 11, Ski Club
10, 11, Student Council -- President 12, Na-
tional Honor Society 11, 123 Yearbook Artist
Chris Speller: Basebai1'9, 10, 11, 12 i
Anthony Spera: Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12: Basketball
9, 103 Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12
Robyn Sprague: Pep Club 9
Jamie Straut: Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, Softball 9,
113 Student Council 9, 10, 115 Prom Commit-
tee 1 1, 12: Soccer.Statistician,12ggHomecom-
gnggommihee 12, National Honor Society
Rich Striker: Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 12: Cross Coun-
Dawn Swanson: Basketball 9, 10, 11, Marching
Band 9, 10, 11,,12g Newspaper Staff 11g
Yearbook 10, 114112, Musical 12gsSenior Play
Tammy Terpstra: FFA Secretary 12
Albert Teune: Soccer 9, 10, 11
Becky Troy: Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 123 Softball
9, 10g Olympics ofthe Mind 9, French Club 9g
Student Council 9, 10, 11: Newspaper Staff
123 National Honor Society 11, 12
Debra Ann Truex Kelly Unangst Sue Anne VanAlthuis
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Donna VanGrouw Ancke Voelker
Camera Shy Seniors
Stacy Lynn Dunbar
Lisa Ann Dupont
Debbie Lynn Harwood
Stefan Lars Lund
John Patrick Palocsik
Karen Ann Zydzik
Redding, Debbie Truex, Anton Matzal, Anthony Spera, Pete Novi, and Al
Debbie Truex: Spanish Club 9, 105 Pep Club 9,
105 Marching Band 9, 10, Rifle Captain 11,
125 Newspaper Staff 115 Yearbook 11, 125
Prom Committee 115 National Honor Society
11, 125 FBLA 125 Senior Play 125 Chorus 125
Who's Who Among High School Students
Kelly Unangst: Newspaper Staff 9, 10, 115 Year-
Sue Van Althius: Basketball Statistician 9, 105
Softball 9, 10, 11, 125 Band 9, 105 Yearbook
Finance Committee 11, 125 Prom Committee
11, 125 Pep Club 115 Senior Play 125
Homecoming Committee 125 Student Council
Donna Van Grow: FBLA 12 y
Scott Wolf: Soccer 9, 10, 115 FFA 11, Treasurer
125 Yearbook 12
Karen Zydzik: Softball Stats 95 Prom Committeey
11, 125 Softball 12
From Our Parents
and BEST WISHES
Congratulations to the
DANA Class of '86
Love, Mom and Dad
Best of luck Congratulations'
to the SUE-ANNE
"Three Musketeers" We love you
Ed and Barbara Smith
Mom and Dad
Best Wishes Graduates JOEL
from the Basilicato Family Good luck and have
Special Congratulations to our a happy life.
Love, Mom, Dad, Lori, and Dina
A Lost Treasure
Doesn't it always seem as though,
The times you want to stay
Quickly come and go?
And the moments that
Brought you the most pleasure,
Are buried in your mind - like a lost treasure?
The times you spent going swimming
In that unsupervised forbidden lake,
And all the hours you spent studying
For the exams you had to take.
Dressing up and going to parties,
All the times that you've spent together,
And all the things you talked about
From baseball to the weather.
Look back on all those memories
But at the same time look ahead -
For the future is what you're striving for
Because the past has already been said.
As any youth can tell you,
Growing up isn't easy,
Then again, we always knew
nothing is light and breezy.
Put up with the toil and strife,
Ignore the quarrels with friends,
'Cause this is all part of life
And you'II find it never ends.
When you look in the mirror
Do not feel an ounce of shame,
Because as age comes nearer
That face may bring you fame.
Remember the good times and the bad
Don't forget all of the past,
But cherish the fun you've had
To make the joy from it last.
At the same time look ahead
To your dreams and goals set high
Because a wise man once said,
"You can do it if you try!"
Drink: Iced Tea
Music Group: Led Zeppelin and
Song: Stairway to Heaven and
Party All the Time
Movie: Rocky IV and Back to the
Actor: Sylvester Stallone
Actress: Meryl Streep
Teachers: Mr. Graff and Mr. Perez
People We Admire the Most: Our
Top: Robyn Sprague, Stefan Lund, and Dave Peck seem
"psyched out" from Mrs. Guarisco's class.
Above: Mike Bartolozzi takes a break to look up some
Left: Mike Keller.
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Right: "Most TaIkative" Matt Drewes and Jean Nordberg
Not Pictured: "Most Intelligent" Jenna Murray and Frank Seesink.
Top Left: "Most Musically Talented" Margie Plunkett and Todd Roth
Top Right: "Best Dressed" Tom Dugan and Sandy Seidel
Above: "Most Athletic" Sue Ahlers and Adam McNally
Left: "Most Artistic" Becky Troy and Todd Haebler
Lockers: The Social Scene
Right: Bob Doyle starts another day.
Below Left: Brigita Harajda shows that she can
open her locker without looking.
Below Right: Kelly Burham caught loitering in the
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Above: Pete Novi concentrates on opening his locker
before the bell rings.
Left: Donna Olmstead has a discussion with Debbie Han-
son while Chris Florence examines the contents of his
Thanks For The Treasured Memories
From our six years at NW, we
will remember and treasure our
memories and experiences. We
thank our teachers who en-
couraged us to learn and pur-
sue our dreams.
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John Palocsik, Mr. DeHaven, and Eric
Front: James Maderski, Stan Hutt,
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Bottom Left: Back: Sue Van Althius, Adrienne Rich, Heather Clarke, Dave
Escalante, Dave Arscott
Front: Mr. Wieboldt, Kren Zydzik, Jill Corby
Bottom Right: Back: Mrs. Powell, Donna Olmstead, Mr. McDermott
Middle: Jill Denton, Deirdre Moore
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SENIOR WILL AND TESTAMENT
Sue Ahlers, leave North Warren for good, Mr.
Poecker and Mr. DeMaio all my thanks, Sue
Anzelone my neon cleats, Beth Doll my field
hockey skills, all my best wishes and good luck
to Tanya, Julie, and Margie, and lots of love to
Philip fThanx Flipl.
David Arscott, leave nothing behind.
Alexis Azpeitia, leave Kelli fond memories of
Strawberry JtaJM and David's cookies and the
ability to pass senior English, and my wedding
ring to Mark.
Jeff Baier, leave the net tending duties to Craig and
good luck from the J.J.J.S., we leave the Pum-
pkin one free night at the truck stop.
Ali Ball, leave Flip a pair of ski's and a pole to kiss.
Janey all the luck in the world, Sharon, a
package of Depend undergarments.
Sandee Barinas, leave Karla and Kristin the best of
luck, and to Pita all my food grades.
Mike Bartolozzi, leave Craig, Ray, and Mark all the
good times we had together at the lunch table
and in school.
Carolyn Basilicato, leave Richard Hogan my in-
genious way of driving on iceg Michelle and Kelli
good luck and patience, Jenny Sweet Cookie
Monster cupcakes and paperbags and good
luck to my lunchtable and thanks for the great
discussions and Caroline for great talks and the
Lisa Bergen, leave Mr. Poecker's English class to
my sister, and my thanks to the good teachers at
Jennifer Biddle, leave Blairstown, U.S.A. to Mug,
all my BRAINS to Lorrie, Josh something to talk
about, Debbie all my Judas Priest albums, and
then I leave for good.
Bob Boyle, leave my cymbals to Dave DeMund,
and my pictures to Mr. Bouknight and Mr.
Renee Cabri, leave Darlene Easton my ability to not
know what's going on in class, but somehow
always manage to pass and I leave Dawn Baker
good luck in the rest of her high school years.
Liz Cahill, leave North Warren forever and my good
friend Stacey all the fun and happiness when
she leaves for Florida -- Good luck Condowitz.
Dana Callanaro, leave my brother John the best of
luck in all he does, I leave Kelli White Christmas
Trees, a can of aerosal spray, and a thank you
for her friendship, to Jim I leave all the good
times in the library, and finally I leave N.W. with
many fond memories of my teachers, classes,
and especially for my friendships I hope to keep
for the future. Good luck to the class of '86.
Laura Carducci, leave my and'Chris's illegal park-
ing spot to Kim and Sue, all my problems to Jeff
Skow, Mr. Poecker to whomever wants him.
Heather Clarke, leave all the underclassmen the
ability to graduate. I also leave my best wishes
to my three closest friends: Karen, Sandee, and
Cindy Clegg, leave all my happiest memories, good
times to my sister Kathleen in the future and
good luck to Sharon, Peaches, and Duckie.
Stacey E. Condit, leave NW with many fond
memories, Mr. Demaio the "Big Apple", Brigita
one last "lust do the work girls!"g Stevie all the
girls in 9th grade, and Lizabeth 3 wishes,
hairspray, and a brush.
Valerie Cook, leave my hopes for first place in DRC
Competition to next year's cheerleading squad,
Poster paper and paint to Mr. Ducatte, and my
skiing ability to Diane Tillman.
J. Corby, leave Craig all the hoodsies he can eat
and some hope that he'll find some normal
friends to play with. Good Luck Craig.
Tammy Dayson, leave a busy game schedule to the
'87 cheerleaders, happiness and success to
R.G., lasagne dinners to Mabel, North Warren
the rest of my sisters, and fake nails to "Sandy"
- if she can get them on.
Caroline Dellanno, leave my brother Ant good luck,
which he doesn't need with a brain like his, my
brother Chris a warning - "if you want to do it,
don't, because it'll probably get you in trouble",
Cindy 2 sixes of raspberry wine coolers and to
Carolyn - she has me as her personal chauffer
any time she needs one!
Keith Delman, leave all the partying during the soc-
cer season to Jim Peck.
Phil DeRea, leave strength and perseverance to
Zabs, thanks to those I learned from, and a pfft.
Stanley Hutt, leave Senor Perez all my dirty
magazines: my brother, Chris, lots of luck fyou
will need itll, my devil's jersey to Chuck, and
then I leave.
Renee Jones, leave SueAnne the bushes at the A
and Pg Anne a new mailboxg Sue more midnight
phone calls, Yvette and Todd a D.B., and Ingrid
her own private parking space.
Lisa Karolchyk, leave Mike four years at Blair. I
also leave Jenny Donahue my field hockey skills
and a ponytail.
Jody Katzenstein, leave Kelli Sweeney memories
of a night at McD's, Cindy and Tricia good luck
and happiness, Jenny an Invitation to Trenton
and thanks for being a friend. And Tammy, my
best friend, many thanks.
Mike Keller, leave a roll of tape to Mr. Golzio and
my school keys to Mr. Sweet.
Dave Kerr, leave Dan Gable's to my two brothers
so maybe someday they could fill them.
Paul C. Klein, leave all my love to Anne, Eric's
moped, and the BB gun.
Sue-Anne Konkle, leave N.W. and will always
remember the fun I had with Anne, Ingrid, Jenna,
Renee, Sue, and Kim. Looking forward to even
better times together. And I leave Craig to stay
at N.W. - Better him than me.
I, Joel Konya, leave Jennifer all my love and wisdom,
the soccer team the best of luck, and my
hairiness to all my friends.
I, Sue Krueger, leave my sister Karen a muzzle, and
Spacie Aqua man with a stain.
Terry Labar, leave my expensive phone bill to
anyone who can afford it. I also leave all my love
to Seth and the very best to my best friend
Stephan Lund, leave everything of value, nothing,
to whomever wants it.
,Jeff Lusby, leave John Lotz alone, good luck to the
football team, good luck to my cousins Sean and
Jay Moran, future football and basketball stars
-of N.W.R., also the bad rumors that were not
true I leave behind to the terrible girls who made
them up -
Lori Mack, leave all my friends, my little brother:
and especially Sam.
Jim Maderski, leave Mr. DeHaven chalk that write
correctly, Mr. Perez my "pecho peludo" Mezz
and Anthony Dellano my 8th grade admire
Jeanie, and Mr. Poecker all the organisms h
can come across at the Bijou.
Deb Maher, leave to Mr. Perez all my braille book:
to Mr. Rink, I leave my senior picture. And t
Mrs. Powell, I leave my 3 yr. old typewriter.
Mary Marshall, leave N.W. with happy memorie
and leave with the hope that all friends keep i
touch. Best of luck to "Bongo and Knob."
Eric Martin, leave all my love to Karen and Aliso
and Douch "D" hopefully forever.
Anton Matzal, leave all of the FUN in Physics t
anyone who can handle it and better stage an
lighting facilities to Mr. DeMaio.
.Cindy McCrone, leave Jenny, Beth and Renee
curling iron so they can learn how to curl the
Adam McNally, leave Cindy a remembered beac
blanket, to Mezzo, the rights to the "WILL", tl
Swiftie 410, and lastly, and leastly, to Sue
meatball parmesan sandwich. ,
Kim A. Miller, leave good luck to Derek and to B.F
Kim M, Miller, leave luck and happiness to Krista
four years of memories and all my love to Glenn
Rudy Monnett, leave April the ability to pla
measurmy, and all the students that will be stuc
with my mother for a substitute.
Deirdre Moore, leave N.W. with great memories C
fun and friends, to Brooke I leave the bigges
"boing" ever, a box of croutons, and lots of love
luck, and laughter in her years at N.W. To Savag
I leave my barn that "moos". To all I say "toot-a
loo." May good-n-plenties be with all of you.
Gail Morris, leave Mr. WieboIdt's history class tr
anyone who can remember those names ant
I, Jenna Murray, leave love and happiness to Aimee
and memories of good times spent with friends.
Cheryl Nester, leave riding the bus next year tc
Jean Ncrdberg, leave all my memories of CYC
M.H. and "well now C,J," to Jill, an extra 31
dollars to Nancy, and all the good times I had ir
high school to my baby brother John.
I, Pete Novi, leave the North Warren Radio Station tc
anyone who is stupid enough to take it, and a
recording of Wild Thing to Mr. Poecker so tha
he can practice.
Judy Doll, leave one saying "Time flies when yot
don't know what you are doing."
Robert Doyle, leave my athletic supporter to Jirr
Frank, my sneakers to Tom Dugan, my sauce tc
Albo cakes, my right guard to "musty", and a
winning season to the "86" football team, gc
get'em dudes, also go to Unadilla every year.
Matt Drewes, leave a soccer position for Bil
Hendershotg the most gullible teacher award to
Thomas F. Dugan, leave a few lines of Englist
Literature. The first written by Michael Draytor
goes to Mr. Rufe.
Ily verse is the true image of my mind
Iver in motion, still desiring change
'o the choice of variety inclined
Ind in all humors sportively I range.
'he second is a result of my love for Andi and was
written by Shakespeare
:this lmy Iovel be error and upon me proved
never writ nor any man ever loved.
Stacy Dunbar, leave my love and the best wishes to
my brother, Craig DeMund. To Kelly Stout, I
leave my happiness.
, Dave Escalante, leave my sister Tricia the "land
I cruiser" with a new battery, and my patience for
her senior year. To my brother, Steve, I leave my
football jersey alt10 and the best of luck to suc-
ceed at North Warren.
, Todd Fenton, leave my cheerleader of a mother to
next year's soccer team. Thanks to Mrs. Hanly
for putting up with Matt and I in Anatomy and the
song "Broken Wings," with love, to Deb.
, Chris Florence, leave to the Sandman a bill for one
beach towel and to Adam McNally my thin body.
, Michele Glaab, leave my thoughts of this school
with Kim C. and Janet P. my good humor to Mr.
Poecker, my smile with Mr. Smith and Mr. Perez.
I also leave a lot of memories of good friends
and good times.
, Kelly Glynn, leave my ability to foul up any com-
puter to anyone who thinks they can do better,
the best of luck to Becky and Karen, a special
moooo to Brooke from the "Savage," and to
"D" I leave a box of good-n-plentys, a party
decorator book, and a non-edible psychiatrist.
To my brother and sister I leave lots of luck at
NWR and to the two remaining Kerr's Donny and
Danny, I leave my position at the bus stop to
, Eric Gramberg, leave North Warren forever, and to
let out a big laugh that Dave, Doug, and John get
to stay here another year.
, Rob Green, leave John Lotz alone, Bill Sass as
linebacker, my luck with all the sports, a can of
flies for "The Burger," men's clothes for
"sweetness," and the Guidance office no good
runners period 8.
, Sue Gwinnett, leave Miss Smith and my front seat
to Sue DeYong and my Italian hoagie to Adam
, Todd Haebler, leave all my hair to Mr. Golzio and
Mr. Poecker and all my detentions to anybody
that wants them.
, Deb Hanson, leave North Warren in hopes that my
future years are as good as my high school
years have been.
, Mike Hansen, leave my troubles behind me, Mr.
Poecker an appointment with Mr. DeMaio for
singing lessons, Mr. DeHaven a book of REAL
jokes, and a place in my heart reserved for Sue
, Brigita Harajda, leave my mother's strudel to Mr.
DeHaven, and my musical ability to Tracy, who
has my permission to share it with the rest of the
Stephanie Heines, leave to the Cafeteria girls a
towel to wipe their fingers on, so they won't
have to lick them.
Anne Hill, leave love to Paul, my great taste, Sue-
Anne apple pie, Jenna country clubs and
bananas, Renee a chocolate thing, Kim, Bruce,
Ingrid, a haircut, beauty.
Ingrid Hughes, leave thanks to Sue-Anne for being
the best friend anyone could have, my brother,
Richie the next 3 years at North Warren with no
ride to school in the mornings and afternoons,
and all my friends at the lunchtable the best of
luck in the world.
, Karen Ohl, leave "I saw three ships" to the rest of
Mr. DeMaio's classes. I also leave my brother,
Ricky, the courage to go through Mr. Poecker's
Senior English class.
, Donna Olmstead, leave the name "Slice," my
technique to bowl, and play pool to Becky, and
my shorthand skill to my sister, Anne.
, Barbara Pagano, leave my mom with all the
hassles of N.W.R.H.S.
,John Patrick Palocsik, leave to T.Q. 5 million packs
of gum, 100 puzzles or the best substitute, P.D.
PHFFFT!'?, S.A. the spoon off my nose: M.P. all
my swim wear, J.S. my shin guards or my
brother, E.M. a dress shirt to finish off his war-
drobe, the '86 Varsity soccer team the desire to
win a DRC Championship, and to the class of '87
. . . I leave Mr. Poecker lSorryl.
Nancy Pascale, leave Miss Putt her own set of drill
sheets, Sue DeYong my locker top, and my
334.00 with the "Glow Worm."
Christine Pastor, leave my illegal parking space to
Margie Plunkett, leave North Warren with a lot of
great and interesting memories. I also leave
Marke Carle and my hockey stick to Kim, and I
leave my ability to spin down hallways to anyone
that can stand it!
Laura Powell, leave to my sister all the fun in high
school that she can have - keep cheering. To
Sharon C. - I leave the play and all our talks
and alligator lips. Also Mr. Poecker and all of the
fun of senior year. To Ruth I leave the softball
team and Mr. Poecker - have fun.
Tanya Quinn, leave my best buddy "Julia" lots of
love, Angela Plesh my field hockey position
'cause she can handle it, and to my sister, her
Laura Ratti, leave hoping to turn my dreams into
Adrienne Rich, leave Sandy Seidel my diamond
earrings and my K 8- S name tag. I leave Jennifer
and Chris the patience to last through their years
Yvette, leave all my "fun" memories and hysterical
laughing times to my brother and a prayer, I
leave Sue DeYong, Miss Smith to explain to her
all aboutthe "P" word.
Gary Roof, leave Mr. McDonough a piece of mind
, Todd lDinkl Roth, leave the N.W. drumline with the
best of luck In the future. I leave the position of
"King Dink" to anyone who can handle it, and I
leave all my love to Tracy.
Stacy Sandberg, leave days of waiting behind me,
"Pita" the ability to graduate, great memories
with friends, and with tremendous love for Vince
Kirsten Sass, leave my FFA presidency to Ken
Peterson or anyone who deserves it more than
him, the best of luck to Mrs. Shumaker and
future FFA members, and my nicknames Shorty
and Little Pres. to anyone that they fit.
, Julie Schilling, leave the school . . . forever . . . with
lots of good memories without too much
regret being glad it's over anxious to
meet the future.
, Carey Schoetllin, leave the curse of the Pharoahs.
Frank Seesink, leave procrastination and the
golden shovel to my O.M. successors,
memories of the good times in Washington, D.C.
to T.Q., and my bronzed bunny ears to Sharon
Sandy Seidel, leave Adam McNally love and hap-
piness in years to come, more problems to Tam-
my Dayson, and 812.00 to Chris Florence for his
Stephanie Sillet, leave to my brother, "Marma
DUKE" my ability to get up after falling on the ski
slopes, Sue Geene my "fond memories of
Marge" - you can have them, and good luck to
the lunchroom gossip table, with the many
discussions we had.
I, Cindy Smigel, leave Chrissy Amon and Scott Amon
the best of luck in school and in the future.
Dawn Smith, being of sound mind and body and
even better spirits after I graduate, leave Mr. C.
with the squirrels and best wishes to all my
Scot Smith, leave the school sign, a mace to Jeff
Gable, and my ability to get out of class early to
Chris Speller, leave my second base position to
Ronine Carpenter, and my grades to Ray
Anthony Spera, leave the Gus Heofling program to
coach Golzio and my skiing skill to anyone.
Robyn Sprague, leave Karen the lunch table all of
my senior friends the best of luck in the future.
Good luck Melinda, you're a special friend.
Jamie Straut, leave all my love to Jim Gelok for
years to come, my ability to solve the world's
problems to Namc lFIl, all the mixed drinks I owe
Jillian, and a 1986 Porsche to Jeanis.
Rich Striker, leave my skis to anyone who is radical
enough to take them. To my brother Art and
Glen R. I leave exciting adventures on next
year's ski trip.
Dawn Swanson, leave Jill Colucci the power to sur-
vive at NWR for two more years and my job at
Blair. I also leave Brianna Thomas with the
thoughtthat I won and she lost! lHa Hall
Albert Teune, leave North Warren not early
enough, but, also leaving the best of luck to Tara
in her future years here.
Becky Troy, leave Mr. Candisky my worn out saur-
conies, I figure there's at least 1000 miles
Debbie Truex, leave with great memories of NWR, I
leave love, joy, and happiness to all my friends
and alot of good luck to Sharon "Peaches" C. in
her senior year.
Kelly Unangst, leave my parking spot to whomever
wants to walk that far and I leave the citizen's ar-
rest to Mary M. - Have Fun!!!
Sue VanAlthius, leave Mr. McDermott all my crazy
dlexsigns on the computer, Mr. DeMaio the sanity
to put up with his young students, Bill Fox a
tha you for being there when I needed you
and dy Messe all my love. Thank God he's not
Donna VanGrow, leave my brother Bruce with the
strength, intelligence, and determination he will
need to finish the next three years.
Eric Wherle, leave all my love to Karen Lenkey, and
a pair of high heels to the short man in the
Scott Wolf, leave the word kumquat to anyone who
knows what it means.
K.Z., leave Jason my Nova to take to school every
Tammy Terpstra, leave jumping off the stage to
anyone who has strong knees and finally I leave
many people behind me, I learned alot from you.
Glenn - It never ends - Love, Kim
Jenna - Go ask Alice! Kim
Nikki- Stay at Blair! Sandy
MAYBE he won't grow up like his dad
Hey Mike - don't forget to put the
Try not to stop any of them.
The first day of the rest of our lives
As Anne would say, "Guys, I am sooo
Adam - Italian hoagies beat
meatball parms - Sue
KM -- You know what I mean? You
John - Like you said - it does end!!
PK Mingaaa! I love you A.H.
To my Honey Bunny I love you! PK
Hey Heather, your brother stuffed the
prom ballot box.
Debbie M. Good Luck to you - Mrs.
Mike R. - We miss YOU!!
Dana - Special Thanks for your
Yearbook Staff - Nice Job!!
What- NO PIZZA?!!??
Go ahead - Rip up that quad pac!
Thanks, Miss Farley - We couldn't
do it without you.
Special Thanks to our yearbook
Frank - Thanks for all those
Dana - I'lI treasure your friendship
Yearbooks - Real treasures!
Who Me?? - I don't write copy?!?!!
Senior yearbook staff - Thank you.
Scot and Nancy - Thanks for the
Dana - Good Luck at College, l'll
Miss you CKP
Tanya - Recuerdas los autobuses
de basketball? Mi amiga -
bearskin rugs - Si! Julia
Margie, Maggott, Maggot -
Whatever your name is . . .Who did
Kelly H. - This one's for you, See, I
didn't forget! Julie
John - Thanks for your brother, Phil
- Thanks for the laughter, Erik -
thanks for the friendship. Julie
Sue - you're so organized! Julie
A todos Mis ex-alumnos - Buena
Best of luck to Ronnie, April, Dale,
Rudy and Barb - Always remember
I Love Wayne!
Sue - There's no easy way out- KM
I LOVE BRUCE SPRINGSTEENIII
Kim Mell, ya want a clothes pin'?!
S. Sandbergie, I'm gonna miss ya!
Seth and Terry are forever!!
Glen, I love you more than a leaf.
Pokey, remember all the great times
we've had - Pookey
Good luck to all my buddies out there
P.J. - I love you forever -- Love,
your Secret Admirer
Tina - remember all of the wacky
dreams - F.F.F. Melinda
Tammy, Thanks for all the good
Mary, Always remember the citizens
Gail, You're a great friend, always
remember the laughs and tears
Good luck Seniors, Mr. Chinnock
Hey Mike remember 6th period
Hey Gail does your back still hurt?!
Gail, I love you Always! John
John, you did smell like squid! Donna
Deb, Where's our straws? Donna and
Julie-Ann, these 10 years have been
the best! Love, Tanya
Sue, thanks for the talks and the
lobster shell! T.Q.
Phil, VitaIe's will always be our place!
Julie-Ann, have you heard? Yard's
Creek is bugged! T.Q.
Magrot, Are you two sisters? What a
Mag, how 'bout some cookies? Love,
John, I heard something. Check the
John, all I want is gum, puzzles, and
1f9! Love, Tanya
Sue, you lived your life the best way -
YOUR WAY! TQ
Frank, yeah, right, see you later!
You're a great guy! TQ
Sharon, Alligator Lips - Laura.
Best of Luck in the Future. The Truex
Kelly, do you still have a sore throat?!
Cindy, Someone has a heart-on! Love
Al, we did it! Glad we're friends again.
Kath, You look good - Well I feel
good -- Mr. Mitsubishi
Deb, do you have your M16 pilot
license yet- Cindy
Deb, did you try the antlers on the car
Cindy, Thanks for being there when I
needed you - Deb
Hey legs, say it a little louder
Cindy, you better be wary of Mary
Laura, Sharon Bang!
Frank, we know something that you
know, but we're not supposed to
know, and you know.
Ouasi and Scrounge forever -Love
Debbie 81 Cindy
Sharon 8. Laura - Second driveway
on the left - Cindy
Piglets Graduate Too! Good Luck
Dana 81 Jody - Beep Beep Beep -
Librarian Alert! Deb
Dana - you locked your keys in your
Sharon, "If you want to do it right. .
Mark - Are you having epileptical
Hey Scott, Do you know where your
keys are? Laura
Sharon - Turn left here, right!! Laura
Frank, I thought you were going to be
Laura - Good Job - Happy Future
- Mom 8. Dad
Sharon - Oh Lord, it's hard to be
Tanya - The lame lip, and "He must
feel like oh my Gosh" will be
remembered and treasured always.
Sue - May, Martha 81 Samantha
never die. Friends always Maggie
Phil- We're here! Low shoulder.
John - Evening Vear!
Julie -- The switch is on! Backwards!
The man is a mere child, he has
no? Thanx for the memories
TM, RW, PJ, DK - "Rossi's for
Sale!" - BK
Roy - "Why me, lt's only 6:15 AM!"
Roy - "Remember Love counts!"-
John, I love you, Jen
Hey Mits, When ya moving in? Lylas
Tammy P, Stay Cool, Jen W
ST - "Freeze Miami Vice" - JW
Mitzi, Keep close! JW
Stop it! ismurfl I don't want to force
You! lRobertl the Nook! Michelle 81
Craig, I love you - Twinkles
Mitzi, Keep that window shut! Muffy
I love Chris - M.
LP - You go left. . .the rest of us will
run with mucus!! SC
CC - Which one is your driveway?!?
Frank - Are your headlights on?!!?
Love ya, Sharon
SW - The answer to the Ultimate
question is - Because! Sc8tLP
Sharon -I think We're in dicfur -
Jesus. . .yes??, Christ . . . yes??
Laura - Thanks for typing! lno
Ruth - Just wait, you'll be old
Ray Beckmann and Dianne Lamotta
Humper - Want a Straw?! Hoover
Nice paint job on your car Jenna
DT, JS, TR, Thanx for being there for
me Good Luck LV
Bunggy. . . Ut-oh, Ut-oh, Barf!
To my little brother Craig DeMund, I
love you, Stacy
Hey Bill C - What is that thing??? -
Hey CB - Don't you know what that
is? - EP
Hey Bill C. - That is So gross! EP
Hey Karen, "How long has it been?"
Hey Cindy, "Want some peanut
Carlos - That's Messed UP?! -
SG: I will always remember you - MM
Bruce Springsteen is 41
SG Until death claims us as it has our
W - Tear Down The Wall - Love
Andi, May our loves light last forever,
I know no Shadow can darken our
Hearts Heaven, Love Tom
AB, I love those little honkers! RoH
RR, Our heads will meet at
Graduation - TED
"Good times and late nights with MB
Always remember chuncks at Laura's
Sunroof-whipping bottles going 90
"Laura, there's a lizard in your car"!!!
"But officer there's really a lizard in
"PK How can you go out with a
"Anne's first time - Sept '85"
"I swear to God mom, it was the sand
White Toyota 4X4 - Yuk!
Ken's favorite fairy tale is "Sleeping
Jill Coluc, I'm gonna miss ya kiddo!
Chick-A-Dee-Dee-Dee!!! Luv ya!
Tony Shumway, l love you with all my
I'Il never forget my "Private Joy"
Tony, did you like the peanut-butter I
"There's no easy way out"
Lou Rotundo - plants tulips for S75
DKS - watch those peanut butter
Dawn - Thanks for an unforgettable
Colucci - Don't hang your head
down on your B-day
Mc - Be sure you know your A B C'
Phil -- Strawberry Pop-Tarts forever
Donna - Good luck with all you do!
Mom and Missy
Hey, Raf, call me a cab!
Hey Kim, Are we having fun yet?
Karen, fBungy Ill look at for those
street crubs at McDonalds!!!
Tammi, Keep smiling, Keep Shining!
MS, MVH, and Tiny Tina - Creation
'86 8t Steve Taylor!
John B. Loves April C.
MM Luvs Ab, Jm, Rm, Kp, Ef, Mk, Rd
Rem Cu, Moo-Moo
Shell- so it's your birthday -
Remember Dave! MS
Tina lGimpyl Remember the Tails!
LH, MS, VH, DB, MK, TG, RR -
never forget my pink tail -RO
Congratulations class of '86 - Mrs.
Best Wishes Class of '86 - Mr. 81
Congratulations! - Alexis, Dana, 81
Bridget- Love Jim
Best of Luck Always! - Russ 8. Caro
Best Wishes 8 Good Luck Class of
'86 - Mrs. Rung
Good Luck - Class of '86 - Doc
Sausage -- I LOVE YOU! - April
Best Wishes Class of '86 - Dorothy
Deb Watch out for those killer chairs!
Kelli- The lbleepl place is on fire!
Sweet Dreams - Kelli - What a
Kelli - Do you ever shut up? Ali
Kelli- Spencers - Choc chip shakf
- Oh my God! - Chippendales
Debbie - glad you're there again!
Kelli - I still want a white Christmas
Alexis - Deb - Good Luck Next
Year and Thanks - Dana
Jody - Shall we goto NHS?? Dana
Mrs. Pustizzi - Thanks for
Good Luck to Next Year's Yearbook
Hey, Diz! Where do they grow white
Hey Alu, Let's go to Spencers then to
Alexis, Dana, and Jody Good Luck
Next year! Love, Kelli
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Rebecca 81 Emily
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Glenn H. Caprario
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For All Your Party Needs
Clothes for Every Size Lady . . . Eafmf H B'ag5t0Y:'n
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Route 94, P.O. Box 18,
362 8855 475 2674 Blairstown, NJ 07825
46 E. Washington Ave.
Washington Annette Tankersle
609-0109 Broke, y
Rt. 94 Box 148 Telephone
Parisian Room Beauty Salon Blairstown, NJ 07825 201-362-6464
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Eleanor Finmay Movie Rentals 81 Sales
Phone: 362-6227 Patricia Callamaro VCR Rentals 81 Sales
Carol Stubbs Albums 81 Cassettes
NORTH WARREN REGIONAL
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1986
TEACHERS MAKE THE
F I N K ' S A NICE N' SWEET
lce Cream Parlor
. ni. 94, BI ' 1 n, NJ
Video Cassette VHS 31 . Specializing? gl:1ldren's
Sale -, Rentals Beta vlw' :A birthday parties and cakes.
nt. 94, Hainesburg, NJ 07832 1201, 486-4497 ' Slfn--Thufi 1110010100
Mon. thru sai. 10:30 Am 10 7:00 Pm Fr'--SSL 11100-11200
"The Shoe Box"
' Rt. 94, Blairstown, NJ 07825 An Eating and
f Famous Shoes for the Family at Drinking Emporium
LM IQ Discount Prices. cogsbr NJ
- Hours: Mon. to Sat. 3 Mi- off Rtg- 80
Fri. 10-8 362-96222
MARSHA1-Us Family Vision Care Contact Lenses
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR nn. GERALD T. JOHNSON
Lawn Mowers - Tractors -
chain saws - Route 94 optomemst 46 Main Street
AgxsLdseoiTI:':::1'::31 9 Blairstown, NJ Netcong, NJ
nt. 94, Hainesburg, NJ 201 496-4375 3020257 3470877
ALPINE PORK STORE 0021? 'QPSK
1 Henry Zimmerer 'n '
P. o. a 407 . F1001
Bl8il'SIOWl'l?LJ 01625 B'a"5103'g2-233 Queen
B501 euro SUPPLY
Class of 1986
JOHN G. DREISBACH, INC.
Lincoln Laurel Road - R.D. 3, Box 184
Blairstown, New Jersey 07825
BLAIRSTOWN AUTO SUPPLY
ggsiftgxvn, NJ 01025
Automotive Parts and Supplies
For Cars, Trucks, and Tractors
of all makes
Phone 12011 362-8101 or 362-8822
L.E. Walters 8: Sons
Fresh and Frozen Fruit and Produce
Blairstown NJ 07825
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Bus. Phone: 362-6196 or 140113-911-72,3
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Custom Home Builders
Country Homes, Inc.
class of 1986
R.D. 1 Box 83C
Hickory Ridge Drive
Stan Konya Blairstown, New Jersey 07825
A The F11'st Nauonal Bank
7? of Hope
P O Box 177 P O Box 296
Great Meadows N J 07838 Hope N J 07844
Phone 637 4480 or 637 4117 Phone 459 4121
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Mogiday TQUYSUEIY
Friday7am 5pm am Dm
mmimsm Thursday 7am 7pm Friday 7am 8pm
LENDER Saturday 8 a m noon Closed Saturday
Member Federal Resenfe System
Your deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation up to S100 OOO
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LICON LIGHTING co. , Q
The Best Little Light Dried and Cut Flowers
Renee and AI Gleckler
Dominick's Pizzeria and Restaurant """"LANDMAgK Lf'N0M"0K 000000 0000000 'NC
L-.11 p Q, 901 591, auunsvown, NJ 01825
Tasty Italian Foods "-1'
Pizza - Ask about "The Works" Richard G, Wallace
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Sunday 12 Neon-11 PM Phone 12011362-9227
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A sr s DRY CLEANERS AND d I
207 M00' S0000 '8'22?ZZ2'f'0w0' N0 ' 07040 ROBERT ounA CONTRACT CARPET, INC
Fountain Mall Shopping Center Robert Duda, President
Rf- 94 - B'a5gSg?,ggbNJ - 07825 q2o1y 362-aaaa P.o. sex 649, Belcher and Cedar
Nights s. Emergency - 496-4841 Lakes Rd., Blairstown, NJ 07825
S E RVIC E AM E RICA RACE'S FARM MARKET
C0 R 0 N Rt. 04 Blairstown
A Subsidiary of I Fresh Fruggzarggilegetables
ALLEGHENY BEVERAGE CORPORATION 0531 -
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John Deere Tractors
SALES and SERVICES
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Gene Makarevich - Sales Rep.
Larry Makarevich - Sales Rep.
BEST DEALS AROUND!
Computer Forms - Snapforms
Forms for Business
1201, 362-6103 Ron Osmun
JERSEY GYPSUM SUPPLY CO.
D 2 BOX 150 "
nick Shultis no 2 - Bax 256
President Blairstown, NJ 07825 1201, 575-6640
1201, 791 '9663 345 Passaic Ave., Fairfield, NJ oroos
Donna Peterson Phone 362-6032 POCONO MOUNTAIN
Blairstown Flowers and Gifts TRAILS
Main Street, Blairstown
Fresh Cut, Dried Silk Flower Arrangements
Charter and Line Buses
Best Wishes Class of 1986
Potted and Hanging Plants, Gifts, Cards Ralph Gerkhardt 362-8237
RD 2, BOX 130 Blairstown, NJ 07825 Ri. 94 Blairstown, NJ 800-526-0618
ocudfw Heating and Plumbing Co., Inc.
Ri. 94 RD 2, Box 126
Open 7 days Breakfast, Lunch Blairstown, NJ 07825
Rt. 94 Lambert Rd. Blairstown, NJ 201-362-6172
3 name to build OI1
PHARMACY BLUE RIDGE LUMBER
John Fedash, R.P.
Rt. 94 Blairstown Plaza
complete lumber and building
Q1 mi. South of Blairstown on Rt. 941
Blairstown, NJ 07825 Check our prices
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Cm: 986 61455 Blairstown, NJ 07825
R 'X r Glass for every purpose
Walt Orcutt, Prop.
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TRUCKSTOPS OF AMERICA
GOOD LUCK SENIORS
P.O. Box 305 496-4124
Columbia, NJ 07832
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Bridal Consultation and Registration
Dr. and Mrs. Clavel and Family Homemade Chocmates
Trains and Models
1200362-6493 CLASS OF ,86
"Your Own Quality Sporting Goods Store"
RICH'S WORLD OF SPORTS
Blairstown Shopping Plaza
Rt. 94, Blairstown, NJ 07825
Hunting, Fishing, Athletic Equipment
open 7 days
Area Code 201 Rt. 94, P.O. Box 220 Q
362-6191 Blairstown, NJ 07825
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