St Vincent High School - Shamrock Yearbook (Akron, OH)

 - Class of 1968

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Vincent High School lives in ihe men who place ii in oihers P Dina-+'f,+ 2 , 5 -,525 - 33 SSE, X A . N., Sgnw 9 x W 0' ' -my . Q . ,ri pf, 1, .Q J ,fi Q -.KS fm -Kirin ffm v 5 - 1 -uk, if Eifffw as vak gwrr, A ' .' Q lf?- Q ' iw Ki f ' 'gf :J-. , Q ff 5. W j-Q? 5 ,f gmvw . , X'-FY? 'f NLE- ,.W 55 xv. 'fir ig, .V , , A Si 1 .. 4.1M 35 Jia A wg? ' fffkia k: YR Nw sin fr ' xy? Q gi -Qs? Q 4. 42, Eiga , , ff we can onlg pag our debi +o fhe pasi bg puffing +he fuiure in debi io ourselves Sister Marie O.P Principal Sister Monica O.P. World Geography, Religion, Guidance willingness and wisdom - theg give through teaching Monday. Mrs. Csonka sat at her desk and sneaked smiles between telephone receiv- ers and the queries of confused students. Sister Marie was at her usual pace in a flurry ot announcements and stacks of letters, each demanding "open me first!" Persistent teachers strolled in, grimly determined that the students would learn more this week than ever before. A new chance? Not iust for the week. Each student was a chance. At that moment it was great to be a part of a school. Mrs. Charles Csonka Secretary Sister Aquinas O.P. Physics, Mechanical Drawing, Guidance S. , W YE Mr. Terrence Horrigan English, Speech, Athleric Director FRESHMAN HOMEROOM AD 1 Miss Cook tries to convince her geometry class that Front Row: B. Ciancio, C. B0r0viY2, N- AYBYS, D- Byron, M- Cook, M. Brunner, A. Grible. Row Four: B. Denholm, M. Caruso, S. Benson, J. Befielef A- Bisheimef, T- Crano- Row Two: P- CFOORSYOFII P- DBMS, Englehart, D. Dolson. B. Bader, M. Evanicki, E. Caston. Row Five: M. T- Fagan. N. Anderson, M- Burg, K- Bryson, H- Gibson, J- Gilbride, Domanski, L. Bennett, W. Elam, M. Bennett, M. Caporosro. C. Fiocca. Row Three: K. Boos, C. Dunlavy, J. Day, S. Botzum, L. Q s Eongruent parallelograms are not a figment of her imagination: lheY do exisl- Mr. Bruce Brubach Biol09Y, Physical Ed., Wrestling v: 5,255 ,gi ...A . tts . . s lreshie challenge: preserve tradition bg boosting spirit Miss Mary Kaufmann Physical Ed., Health, Girls' Athletic Association Y Y ninnmsnm A Sister M. Julianne Mathematics, Bookstore Mrs. Wilma Martin Latin freshmen face a challenging realilg - four Sophomore lunch period means gcbbling sandwiches, munch- .Sister M. Walter Communicalion Arts, Religion, Vincenrian :.m.,e:,,,,,,..,ee V FRESHMAN HOMEROOM AD 3 From' Row: M. Zink, P. Staudt, P. Swenson, M. Tighe, A. Roach, C. R. Tobin, M. Sutter, C. Wise, K. Roefzel, C. Scholtz. Row Four: C Ray, B. Yahner. Row Two: K. Volkmor, C. Rlegler, S. Rosato, C. Roman. M- Rlllman, N- Wendliflg. R- VlnC9nlp J- Sigmund, N- Slimleff Renzi, L. Scarpellini, S. Winslow, D. Stevens, D. Wiseman. Row Three. M. Warmenhoven. Row Five: C. Russo, L- Shaw, 5- 5heildS- K. srssik, J. srsmpfla, o Lon Johnson and Ann Souers see it's really a small world ing french fries, lasl-minute cramming, and general confusion. 4 W ' Ad ,..1- passing from frosh Mrs. Luanne Richardson Mr. Michael Bolus World History, English, U.B. Drive Math, Future Physicians, Audio-Visual FRESHMAN HOMEROOM 106 Front Row: T. DeShon, M. Linn, R. Rinella, J. Reitenbach, J. Seiler, T. Mosher, A. Brigancli, T. Poppenhouse, R. Montabone, R. Bremer. Row Two: R. Pitts, D. Ziga, J. Schmitz, D. Ondach, L. Gabler, E. Kunylo, J. Leskanic, T. Gilbo, P. Jeffers, A. Dilullo, D. Horan, G. Nardella, D. Row Three: L. LaVoi, J. M. O'Neil, B. Devaney, S. Williams, F. Spinelli, T. Flege, M. Sharnsky. M. Colopy, B. Dowling, J. Lovelace, D. Wasil, M. Gill, Benninger, F. Gesquiere, M. Fry, D. Olson, W. Johnson, Falb, P. Blank. to full-fledged students in one short gear Our freshmen have climbed the wall of sophistication and entered the realm of princely high-schoolery. They came not A A alone. There were fears and expecta- . . tions. They wondered how much home- work they would have. If the religion teacher would remember her from fifth grade-she hoped not. If he could ,make varsity the first year. lf the nuns would notice how high her skirt went when she sat. If he would finally get the cour- age to talk to 'that girl.' And why high school was really necessary, after all. The year was filled with achievements. They saw the sophomores and caught Irish spirit, the iuniors and gained en- thusiasm. They saw the brilliance of the senior class and entertained the aura of scholarly achievement. Now they will be sophomores. New ideas will come, new hopes will hold them prey, new subiects will be introduced to puzzle their minds. And to this adventure they will again respond-"all we can do is try." With one year of high school behind them, the sophomores set out on their tedious iourney to conquer new courses, new teachers and to live up to the idea of being upper underclassmen. Dissected sharks and worms, mingled with the aroma of formaldehyde, helped lend a pleasant air to the classrooms. In typical sophomore tradition, the class of '70 gloried in not being low men on the Irish totem pole. They experienced for the first time the thrill of seeing their proi- ects at the annual Science Fair. They became full-fledged members of the Boosters, and using balloons and noisemakers to compensate for their hoarse voices, were able to win the spir- it stick three times. As the end of the year approached, enterprising sopho- mores had already established a "iunior activities treasury" padded with funds from car washes and bake sales. Such in- itiative and imagination helped make the sophomore class a vital asset to St. V. FRESHMAN HOMEROOM T08 Front Row: J. McKoski, W. Bungard, J. Dages, J. Hentges, E. W. Somody, T. Twardourski, T. Shafer. Row Four: S. O'Brien, G. Murray, J. Hart, K. McDonald, J. McDermott. Row Two: J. Dobbertin, Barnes, J. Boutuse, A. Clarke, P. Grote, R. Lawthers, D. Griffith, W. T. Dies, D. Bertsch, M. Johnson, T. Devaney, B. Galati, G. Bisheimer. Row Three: S. Brennan, M. Ochsenhirt, M. Foore, T. Welsh, J. DiFeo, Sparhwk, B. Williams. Row Five: R. Kline, D. Lonsbury, A. Kalgreen, W. Cornelius, J. Mellion, R. Daly, R. Griffith, G. lnama, D. Goehler. Mr. George Hershel Spanish Soph officers: B. Brennan, E. Merzweiler, N. Martin, J. Skinner. Would-be chemists Bob McDonald 1 Q if fir A 9' 1- Q, if .?Lne2:g Q", , -12, fffrQw:,:- f' lei-we5g .:7' .Q r 44 Z ,Z -Qi 3 up i firjgw , .-iff' 3 ..,. ,if Mother Rosalia O.P. French, Religion, CSMC, Shamrock Advisor and Mary Titus carefully watch one of their mysterious brews. sophomore leaders accept responsibility achieve respect Remember when . . . you borrowed dirty gym socks the day you for- got yours, you ran up to 304 and found that class was changed To 108, it rained on picture day and you had naturally curly hair, you studied all night for the frog, but got tested on the fish, you got away with nine late slips and no deten- tions, somehow you got that detention for one late slip? Remember when you were a sophomore? SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 106 Front Row: T. Emmanuele, E. Yahner, G. Dannemiller, G. Lash, E. Scheatzle, G. Benson, R. Corall, C. Fritsch, G. Whelan. Row Three Merzweiler, J. Knight, D. Brennan, R. Doerr, R. Glngo, R. Pacenta. S. Gmerek, E. Dunn, K. Witzl, D. Daly, J. Enright, P. Colopy, M Row Two: J. Ziga, M. Tierner, R. Costigan, J. Amer, W. SharPP, S. Barlow, D. Shaughnessy,F.Merendino, R. Jones. Mr. Richard Cryder Band, Chorus, M.M.M. si. v's underclassmen At least' once a day every student typist must lhink, "Well, iT's only a small SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 108 Front Row: G. Ford, J. Skinner, J. Tomko, P. Gannon, M. Kuzmlk, M. Dimoff, M. Chapman, S. Deshon, M. Ake. Row Two: M. Karl, L. Johnson, M. O'Connor, K. Wooley, T. Crossland, J. Severl, R. Hohas. Row Three: J. Yost, R. Stalter, J. Lucas, W. Caslon, M. Difee, G. Zolton, R. Corradini. Row Four: R. Pacenla, S. Comeriato, J. Mc Cuckin, R. Cox, B. Lavery, T. Killian, M. Mefzler, D. Daly, G. Albert. Row Five: R. Tetzel, J. Stuhldreher, A. Bremer, J. Dobberlin, D. Payerle, K. Witzl, J. Selby, T. Wysocki. Row Six: M. Riordan, P. Leonard, G. Gorbach, D. Boarman, J. Huddelston, J. Maiorkiewiez, E. Jonke, M. Malecky, W. Garreit. learn to enjoy the excitement ol' discoverg mistake: no one will notice it." Sister Josette O.P. Religion, American History, Vincenteen Boosters Sophomore Pat Sonderman observes prolozoa under glass Mr. Gerald Rowe Biology moderators. officers and upperolassmen lead spirited sophs Sister M. David O.P. English, Religion, Shamrock Advisor Receiving pointers on school spirit from student council representative Jo Lorenzo is a regular feature of homeroom for sophomore Irish. 2 , ,.tQ ,t,1 t ,,tti l . f ,- opaauov' Chris Johnson finds something humorous in a family living quiz. Front Row: K. Christensen, H. Antognoli, B. Colpo, Boizum, E. Delagrange, J. Gaffney, P. Durkey. Row C. Dedinsky, C. Cornecelli, J. Chiurazzi, M. Bisesl, Dunn. Row Three: K. Colianni, G. Banks, I.. Aurand, SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM AD 1 R. Brennan, M. Gerbasi, C. Dies, S. George. Row Four: M. Capatosto, K. Dunphy, Two: C. Caiola, D. Deitzer, E. Bisheimer, C. Beattie, S. Endress, J. Boos. Row Five: M. Brunner, C. J. Farr, K. Compron, A. Abernathy, C. Crookston, K. Ciborek, D. K. Dukerich, S. Fisher, M. Dalton. sophomores meet new teachers seek new goals fu ' 'Q Mrs. William Dunn Home Economics, Family Living, National Honor Society WS, 'ff 3 :wr Mr. Lawrence Naymik Economics, Business, Bookkeeping, Football 28 Xi. ,,,, ,,,,,, . W K' '- H X1 Aflfffili-11-,if 1 Q .1 ,K :nys ' Mrs. David Bauer Secretarial Practice, Future Secretaries Sister M. Benita O.P. English SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM AD 2 Front Row: B. Hardy, P. Harrington, M. Lesniak, P. Henretta, K. Hatton, Lorenzo, M. Montalto, S. Heffernan. Row Four: M. Lombarclo, P. J. Lobello, M. Myers, K. Medvitz. Row Two: K. Kaluman, J. Gilbo, McDowell, D. MCKelVef, l- MOYFFS, C- Mldden, E- MCSWSSDBY. -l- D. Henry, M. Lavery, B. King, A. Knight, P. Miller, N. Martin, C. Nixon. Row Five: D. Linehen, K-MCC0l'kle1N-MBSOFL Neff. Row Three: J. Milner, J. Hermann, V. Janchar, M. Graf, J. SOPHOMORE HQMEROOM AD 3 Front Row: M. Phillips, M. Schaffer, M. Speight, J. Poda, D. Polena- ferth, B. Smith. Row Four: M. Pianelli, P. Sonderman, A. Souers, vich, J. Offret, M. Rittman. Row Two: C. Sprain, P. Poppenhouse, M. Quine, J. Renzi, A. Stephenson, A. Shaul. Row Five: S. Smith, T. M. Schilchting, M. Slovskl, P. Ritzert, L. Sehlka, M. Pappano. Row Weigand, J. Schubert. Three: D. Perry, M. Shannon, R. Smith, M. Trotter, J. Selby, J. Sleg- ' Ni l junior inleresl and involvemeni sparks irish Sister M. Aquin O.P. Chemistry, Chem-Phy, Shamrock Advisor From erasers to precision, coins tocompasses, mechanical JUNIOR HOMEROOM 106 Fronr Row: M. Mesek, J. Stadleman, T. Sloan, T. Kolb, J. Engler, Ondecker. Row Two: B. Buehrle, J. McDermott, M. Trecaso, Bisheimer, K. Beattie, E. Geneva, R. Greene. Row Three: S. Kelly, Strebler, J. Conrad, C. Gannon, J. Casalinuovo, V. Delagrange, Blewetf. Row Four: E. Cornelius, J. Haley, D. Kolar, T. Madden, E. Phillips, T. Miller. Row Five: K. France, D. Ochsenhirt, P. Endress, F Laatsch, R. Urdiales, J. Mclnryre, R. Sutter. Row Six: C. Villers, J D'Andrea, T. Matuschak, B. Siruckel, T. Sparhawk. enthusiasm and anticipation mark class of '69 drawing students become draftsmen. Junior year is a year of preoccu- pation with tomorrow. Two years at St. V have given the Juniors time to clarify their goals and ideals, but the maior decisions are still to come. Early in the year they began a long series of college entrance and schol- arship qualifying tests, including the PSAT and National Merit Scholarship Test. Seeking answers to questions about school and courses of study, they frequented the offices of guid- ance counselors. Suddenly the Jun- iors were aware that there was only one year left, and the thought of the next timrrthe next Prom, the next election, the next season-be- came very important since everyone was conscious that the next time was going to be their last time. Junior class officers: T. Galati, F. Tomei, J. Fenwick, and P. Bertsch. Juniors this year gave vital service to the school. They formed the core of a winning football team and gave promise of future basketball suc- cess by their strong showing on Jun- ior Varsity and Varsity teams. In preparation for future responsibili- ties, Juniors guarded halls, assisted in the office, and served on the aud- io-visual squad. Junior midshipmen sparked the crew of HMS Pinafore and Junior girls gave a fine singing performance in the annual talent show. Together with the Seniors, Juniors contributed their efforts to boosting of Irish spirit. With election of Junior Steve Jessie as student council president, the entire school passed on to his class the duty of continued improvement of St. V. Mrs. Eugene Sawan English, Musical Production fait rem: , H we The weighty problem of the 'force of air challenges Bob Metzler at the Annual Science Fair. For his construction of a wind tunnel, he-was awarded a second -place. 32 f., Puzzling over a family living test, Mary Anne Junker and Sue Kalgreen struggle 10 from diversitg Junior year- only-nine short months, but it is a time of alteration and modification. It is a time of emergence- no longer an underclassman, the junior faces new privileges and responsibilities It is a time of experience- N.H.S., class rings, the prom, many new opportunities open to the junior. It is a time of enlightenment- the iunior investigates more advanced fields of study including trig and chemistry. It is a time of enrichment- .the activities of a year combine .to make the iunior a more complete individual. apply the principles of child care to Mrs. Dunn's practical questions. The year of studies culminated in individual proiects and reports. irish build new unitg Q . A Q , 5 W ' Explaining fine points of Church teaching, Fr. Morag- han stimulates questions from senior boys. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 108 Front Row: J. Adams, D. Crossland, K. Coffman, C. Gilbrids, R. Maltrich, L. Ward, D. Colopy. Row Two: A. Jurkoshek, E. Maynard, R. McDonald, J. Royer, W. Meyer, J. Salsky, M. Trecaso. Row Three: S. Jessie, P. Dente, D. Rzasa, M. Zemla, D. Smith, R. Keith, J. Castner. Row Four: J. Dzuris, R. Staudt, L. Jackslts, J. Cornecelli, F. Tomei, W. Sutter, L. Graf. Row Five: L. Michel, L. Urdiales, P. Pastor, R. Sutter, M. Lorenzo, J. Dalton, P. Warner. siudeni aciiviig is involvemeni in ihe life of ihe school ary Staudt ch Lennie Galezio practices teaching in St. V grade sch I long-awaited class rings ai las? become a real y f J a helplng hand as St. Vincent's office assistants. Sister M. Fabian O.P. Social Studies, Religion, Shamrock Advisor JUNIOR HOMEROOM AD I Front Row: L. Lovelace, J. Coletta, F. Doria, K. Chrlstenson, D. Row Four: M. King, P. Bertsch, J. Fabrizio, M. Fields, S. Lecon, P. Lamusga, A. Brisllnger, L. Gerbasi, M. Donataccio, C. 'Kannel. Row Baker, A. Leonhard, J. Kane. Row Five: G. Devany, J. Abell, M. Dies, Two: C. Giffels, K. Krause, C. Helmkamp, S. DeOrio, J. Colpo, K. E. Latham, D. Culbertson, D. Boston, D. Kochis, B. Gloss. Row Six: Lenke, P. lmes, J. Carano, K. Kurtz. Row Three: J. Johnson, M. Gill, L. Amer, C. Edwards, K. Haren, J. Beeching, D. Johnson, A. Gnorskl, L. Lamonica, K. Costigan, P. Knight, P. Stevens, M. Bailey, J. Fenwick. J. DonVito, M. Corradini, J. Leskanic, L. Hayes. the tgpioal irish attitude: a willingness to assist. the abilitg to accomplish P. Williams, J. Meley, B. Meyer, B. McDonald, and D. JUNIOR HOMEROOM AD 2 Front Row: O. Zurowskl, C. McGrevey, E. Plancanica, K. Miller, M. McGrady, P. Wendling, J. Shaheen, M. Yeager, S. Marshall. Row Two: M. Clanchetti, P. Lucas, B. Trares, C. Pesko, C. Rongone, J. Parkinson, D. Schmidt, M. Titus. Row Three: S. Tynan, M. Murphy, G. Roke, S. Testa, D. Wilson, K. Schaetzle, M. Wilhite, C. Swenson. Row Four: B. Tetzel, S. Roetzel, C. Spallino, K. Roberts, K. Penrod, K. Strecker, C. Scarpellinl, V. Miller. Row Five: J. Vaughan, J. Woino, S. Riegler, T. Roten, M. Stempfel, A. Royer. Row Six: P. Lynch, K. Walzer, C. Reymann, R. Petit, C. Woodburn, B. Pepperny. Row Seven: C. Wel- gand, K. Paciorkiewicz, B. Major, A. Paulus, D. Thornburg. Rzasa prepare for chemistry. Junior year began with the solemnity of the ring ceremony. The class of '69 received their class rings from Fr. Vincent Moraghan in the traditional ceremony attended by the faculty and the sophomore class. They proudly displayed the proof of their "arrival" as upperclassmen to envious freshmen and to the seniors whose own ring design is the same as the iuniors. Virginia Kendell Ledges was once again the site of the upperclassmen's picnic. Pitting their strength against the undefeated "Green Bay Seniors," the iunior girls' football team won a closely fought 2-O victory at the an- nual Junior-Senior contest. The pie-eating contest and other scheduled events were can- celled when a rainstorm clouded the day's activities and sent everyone home. Sister Bernard, O.P. librarian, Library Aides Gym assistant Joe Trecaso looks over one of Coach Brubach's lesson plans 1- tx 1 F- ,,f. V ,.!.A,ggfii+-gig R ' 15 V511 1 1 .L if ,jgr , 'Q if ' ff. s , X fx af! : . x,"1N'e'y ' . ' 'y '. Q: f Q , 1, , pw wk QQ H pg w L 1k 5' x Egg' k Exam Y 2 KS. wb N, x mi? Egg W xxx iq x Q Ma 49' AEK KY xx iff? x , fairs, . 4 Q ' aw x,v,g-Q? E X Ea- fbi -. A N ,1: J".KN'F , V . .- w?-- - ,HQ -v .,.. 4 an , X, X. f fi ,lv Q' .- gsizfigif H32 Q. H mx-,. 'gif gc- mf, .Q ,f ,rf H Y ,w i what is done fodag will echo iomorrow pvf"4x. .5 Punch and cookies are the menu for Mary Pepperney and Mike Halaiko, as they enioy the s 9' conversation and company at the Hello! This is' Ernie Cornelius speaking." Looking forward to another gay weekend, Jerry Brown and Tom Wile collect books and coats annual Homecoming Dance. from their lockers. n school - ihe experience of learning life Decorations greet Terry Roten at her locker. Seniors Ed Greissing and Tom Mariola take advantaqe of some spare time for a few minutes of quiet study acfiviiies and school books oomplele saini Marke! Street is The background for Donna Thornburg and John McDermott, who find a peaceful place to talk after a long school day vmcenl siudeni life Eyes sparkle as the Senior girls anxiously watch their last Homecoming game. Tom Boyer and Margie Speighi "ham it up." ,r gr' ev. R I Q , 5 Lynn Crumrine stocks up at the Junior-Senior picnic. . , . 6, A if ff + rf, . if N923 ,M 1 A in S f 'MH ef' -Q . 9 'V ,. ' 6 74521 Midge, chief cook and bottle washer, tends to her hungry admirers. ' S' 5,3 Freezing weather failed to chill warm spirits at the presentation of the 1967 Homecoming Court. Cindy Scarpelli and Mark Ciancio flowers. floats. and football - homecoming '67 Amid the splendor of the "Emerald lsle," Queen Diane Dunn was en- throned at the '67 Homecoming Dance. Crowner Michelle Smith and court members Mary Enright, Judi Graf, Jan- et Ede, Jeannie Flynn, Mary Russo, Car- ol Christ, and Jane Churchwell danced to the music of Al Day and his orches- tra. A large map of Ireland-decorated Stan Hywet Manor House for this main social event ofthe Fall. Combining hard work and long hours, the Seniors add- ed ingenuity to the pre-game festivi- ties. At the game, an eighteen-foot green football amazed spectators and illustrated the "Spirit of '68." For the occasion of the annual Homecoming Dance, the senior class transformed Stan iust appreciate ihe homecoming "atmosphere" l n Q, xii ilk .y 75 or K . n., R Irish eyes smiling, Queen Diane Dunn reigns at the Homecoming festivities Jerry Engler proves chivalry isn't dead as he hurries to aid Evelyn Olson Hywet Manor into the magic land of Erin. ,. A, ., ' x. As the year ends and the Seniors graduate, the manhood and womanhood trophies are presented to the Proudly receiving the Kiwa- two most worthy candidates. This year's proud recipients are Mike Halaiko and Maribeth Klein. nis Service Award for their Glenn T. Seaborg of the Atomic Energy Commission congratulates Paul Aidala, St. V's representative to the National Youth Conference on the Atom. Enjoying the Chrysler Citizenship Award Dinner are winners Mike Halaiko and Mary Pepperney, Mr. and contributions to St. Vincent and the community, ' school and community honor outstanding irish for example and service Saint Vincent representatives Dan Ruth and Mary Anne Junker receive the sportsmanship trophy for the second straight year. are Seniors Jane Churchwell and Dave Bremer. 1 1 Mrs. Francis Pepperney, Sr. Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Halaiko and Fr. Moraghan. Two students from each school received this award. prom I 968 brings Cindi Clark and Tom Shindewolf find "their" flower favor. Colleen Deagan and Mike Halaiko take time out for a word Mary Staudt's corsage receives royal treatment from Kathy Miller while Ted Ransweiler and Terry Miller helplessly stand by. 'iiii upperclassmen a "garden of dreams" with Janine Schaetzle and Ray Hellwig. Joe Trecaso seems surprised to hear of one of the exciting events of prom night. Paula Thaden and Dave Kelly enioy the fun and the flowers. The Junior-Senior prom occurs only once a year, but its excitement and fantasy linger long after the actual dance. The prepara- tions, too, are a very important part of the prom magic. Formals, tuxedos, flowers, a band and a place for the dance are iust a few of the essentials that must be made ready in advance. This year the Prom was held at the Silver Lake Country Club on May 24th from 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Jun- ior class transformed the country club into a flower loedecked "Garden of Dreams." Ele- gance and romance were at their height as the couples danced to the music of the Nuff Rey Band or sipped punch around the floral arch. As the evening ended and the couples departed for the various after-prom celebra- tions, each already carried along memories of the "Garden of Dreams." Diane Dunn and Rick Royer express contempt for the A reieded Ralph Rackstraw lRon Colemanj artempts suicide. h.m.s. pinafore lands Betsy Fry as Josephine sings of her love for the sailor. The crew shrinks from 1he Captain's language, "to seek your cap1ain's child cynical comments of Carl Siglock's Deaaeye. on irish shores ,E ,y Musical leads were played by Betsy Fry, Mike Halaiko, and Bob Metzler. "He is an EngIishmanl" sings Ron Coleman, Betsy Fry, Betty Mellion and in marriage, why dammit it's too bad." Patti Allwin. 3 n -z fi l i M 2 Q Q, , fm M . ,. 'Eff'-1 Xa--Nh 1 5 :,.?jf- , 'Q in I 334551: Q,?'?'x . . ' 'YN ' ' M4 A an ,331 f '11 . -IAQ rw.-bw A f 34? ' "lx smffff ' . W' lifgiffl ' " "WL " " ' H, , , W.- agt 1, uh 5. 'vi' mag ihe universe endure forever fhai we mag achieve our purpose M. Russo, M. Churchwell, J. Kus, P. Allwin, E. Sauter, M. Speight, Lamasga, P. Baker. Row Two: J. Fenwick, P. Thaden, R. Mazur, J J D Graf, S. Sonderman, A. Carver, E. Fry, M. Klein, M. Corradine, Woino. Row Three: P. Aidala, D. Kochis, S. Haindick, K. Cook, spirit in action "Irish spirit" is a phrase often used to express the that carries us through games, cheer rallies, and mood school activities. But spirit is more than cheers, signs, and hops. lt encompasses involvement and concern with making our school the greatest. Organizations like Future Teachers, National Honor Society, and Audio Visual help to develop this spirit and to maintain an atmosphere of willingness to serve others. Without such clubs St. Vincent would it hard to live up to the standards it has created for itself. FTA gives its members first-hand experience by allowing them to work with students in the grade school. Future Teachers are given the opportunity to prepare and present lessons and to aid in the classrooms by correcting papers, showing film strips, and helping with reading lessons. twofold purpose of this organization is providing assistance for St. V teachers as well as helping students decide whether National Honor Society members Front Row: M. Enright, B. Mellion, D. Schmidt, T. Burkley, L. Battistuta, T. Botzum, J. Stadelman, M. Dies, R. Destro. Row Four: T. Strebler, D. Rzasa, L. Dukerich, T. Boyer, J. Hartlaub, S. Kalgreen, V. Pianalto, J. Vaughan. Row Five: F. Laatsch, R. Maltich, R. Royer, T. Hudock, A. Galati, R. Sutter. - scholarship and service find The or not teaching is the career for them. Members who have al- ready chosen teaching as their future role gain valuable ex- perience as Future Teachers of America. lt's amazing what students of FTA officers Karen Brown, L i Audio-Visual members Front Row: M. Kuzmik, P. Grote, J. I-lentges, Row Three: J. Conrad, J. Racco, C. Poda, R. Gingo. Row Four: L. M. Dimoft. Row Two: J. Cornecelli, M. McGann, G. Alber, T. Bayman. Grote, J. Dobbertin, T. Reese, Mr. Bolus, J. Stadleman, D. Dedinsky. developing irish abilities for the future Janet Pappano, and Cindy Kurtz can do with a piece of paper. The paternal majesty of Plato mingled with the parliamentary ideals of Thomas Paine-Paul Aidala, President of NHS, has called the meeting to order. Slowly he tallies the year's accomplishments: the talent show featuring the traditional singing groups, Open House which guided Irish siblings, tutors who learned the disadvantages of being the all-answer- able teacher. Paul is satisfied, and the group grins a mutual grin. All is well at NHS. Christmas lights brighten a harried study hall, sur- prised students see movie clippings shown in the right order, Visual Aids is on the iob! Under the supervision of Mr. Bolus, Audio Visual has tripled in size and responsibility during the past year. New equipment has enabled the crew to maintain its high degree of service without taxing individual members. Tom Reese and James Stadelman serve as managers for the co-ordinating committee. Other assistants work during scheduled study halls. a club is a part of gourself Front Row: D. Kochis, M. Halaiko, J. Skinner. Row' Two: D. Fisher, M. Smith, J. Lorenzo, R. Pacenta. Row Three: D. Ruth, P. Halaiko, J. Beeching, J. Dalton, S. Jesse. A ,-X in 4 f. X J, . A force is a force is a I'-101 s5'j-lr' 'X ,N,Vj-iq , Future Physicians today, the AMA tomorrow! President Kathie Rennie exchances "doctor iokes" with fellow officers Bonnie Pepperney, secretary: Janine Schaetzle, vice-president, Tom Creelan, treasurer. Gaining skill through Xxx' 'ls X 5 , . force-except to Chem-Phy officers V. Pianalto, E. Greissing, and E. Geneva. ls there a doctor in the house? lf it's up to Future Physicians, there'll be an entire medical staff! FPA offers lec- tures by doctors, movies explaining recent advancements, and counseling on careers related to the field of medicine. Trying to promote better student-fac- ulty relationships, Student Council strives to become a more meaningful facet in school life. By organizing open house, presenting speeches for the area eighth graders, and arrang- ing an activity calendar, the Student Council proved invaluable to St. V. Chem-Phy advanced a program ex- plaining career opportunities which encompassed all fields of math and logic. A flying saucer demonstration, analysis by a psychologist, and a tour of a science laboratory filled the after-school hours. Irish secretaries put Mrs. Bauer's "charm in the office" techniques to work. They brightened room 103, using the money from their treasury to make new typewriter covers. Throughout the school year they earned pennies by typing term pa- pers for time-rushed students. experience with office machines are Irish Secretarial officers S. Haidnick, R. Murphy, B. Hartman and M. Smith. vinoentian keeps student body informed' A far cry from Gutenburg's printing press is the modern Vincentian version, manned by Larry Grote and Steve Clark. They put the paper through the final stages of its preparation. Officers Becky Hilkert, Anne Editors Maribeth Klein, Kathy school organizations give world-wide aid Vlllifat' -L1 1 Tl ' :- zJ.t5Q:1Q'f" Royer, Anne Shaul, and Tom Boyer discuss activities of CSMC. Ward, and Kathe Shaughnessy prepare another Vincentian. ,.e""lk 5 ., gig l CAC president larry Dukerich plans a Mass for Young Americans with secretary, Vinceena Pianalto and vice-president-treasurer Maribeth Klein. Communication, an essential part of student life and a chief concern of the Vincentian staff, unites classes and keeps students up to date on activities. Positions as re- porters provide incentive for the development of stu- dent potential as future iournalists and editors. The Christian Action Corps showed several area fami- lies the true meaning of Christmas. Members gave their time and energy to provide gifts and decorations. To supplement this 'local aid, the Catholic Students Mission Crusade supports foreign proiects financially through .fund-raising proiects. Members of the St. Vincent High School Marching Band: Row Two: C. Gannon, W. Bungard, M. Shafer, P. Miller, A. Front Row: K. Miller, V. Miller, J. Dages, N. Anderson, E. Knight, R. Petit, M. Staudt, B. Gless, M. Schlicting, M. Kuzmik, Rensweller, R- Coleman, C- Madden, R- GFHQO, P- Knight, J. Shaheen. Row Three, L. Morris, B. Trares, T. Emanuele, band. beautg. boosters spark st. v K. Bolesney, J. Kuss captain, S. Peters. Row Two: T. Roten, A. Stevenson, C. Seidell, J. Beeching, L. LaMonica. IM. McDermott missingl J. McDermott, M. McCann, T. Miller, J. Stadelman, L. Flannigan, Mr. Richard Cryder. student bodg At long last. lt was that day. Sure, getting out of ninth per- iod wasn't ever unpopular, but this wasn't iust a time of no English, or no math, or what- ever other subiect had been chained on at 2:15. It was the day of the Hoban cheer rally. The underclassmen brought Oc- tober noisemakers and balloons. The seniors remembered that this was their last year. This was their day. The band gave more than a sound-it was a feeling. And when the maiorettes did their routines the boys still whistled, but they seemed to realize that being a maiorette was more than twirling a baton. It was like being in the band, being able to come back in twenty years and feel that you've never left. It was be- coming part of a school. The whole student body won the spirit stick that day. And the rally didn't end with the cheer- ing. With awards and medals, it became tradition. Under the leadership of Jeannie Flynn Uop rightj, aided by Bob Maltarich, Larry Graf, and Mary Russo, the Vincenteen Boosters have taken their usual first place among the spirit-raisers. N E The St. Vincent High Chorus: Front Row: M. Speight, M. Junker, P. Thaden, E. Yahner, C. Cornecelli, L. Lovelace, N. Martin, M. Brunner, M. Lewellen, C. Schaetzle. Row Two: P. Allwin, J. Poda, R. Kolton, S. Smith, K. Ciborek, J. Kus, J. Renzi, M. Mundy, B. Mellion, J. Schaetzle, K. Costigan. Row Three: Mr. Cryder, R. Doerr, M. Rittman, E. Fry, M. Metzler, P. Gannon, R. Jones, G. Ford, L. Johnson, S. Tynan. Row Four: T. Burkley, R. Destro, N. Mason, J. Stringle, R. Conn, M. Barlow, J. Casalinuevo, T. Boyer, C. Siglock. and chorus build pride in musical abilitg entertainment. James Dages salutes the "Spirit of the lrish" during a rainy halftime performance. Music appreciation has always been a tradition at St. Vin- cent. One of the first ques- tions of the year, along with, "When do we get a day off?" is the question, "Wonder what the spring musical will be this year?" Students who are able give valuable time, effort and talent to musical productions in the school, but an apprecia- tive audience is necessary to make the show a success. Promoting interest in music and the development of talent, the Modern Music Masters plays an important role at St. V. Proving that music culture is more than knowing Bee- thoven's biography, or hum- ming three bars of Brahms' "Lullaby," MMM presents pro- grams to the student body, such as the operetta, "Abu Hassan." Every spring they sponsor a trip to the Metropol- itan Opera in Cleveland for students interested in broad- ening their musical scope. Mr. Cryder, our substitute for Gilbert and Sullivan, handles the double job of Chorus director and Band conductor. He plans the songs and instru- mentals featured in the annual Christmas program and ar- ranges the halftime shows for athletic events. Beginning in February when tryouts for the musical are held, Mr. Cryder chooses the cast leads and co- ordinates the chorus and band. 'ba .-Ml, , 5 ,qs K We , , , 5. 4..- gg Y gf, 155:3- s 1,2 575- A. ,ft 'E , sp. 'I V. A lf J., I -1 us, , ra Q 4 'k l VJ J , W' N wx iii he? , , 1 in 6 , I .ai 5 Fa, ,f , X54 if.. 15' 1' 5' ' J - A h M ll, X -13' , N Deagen and Janine Schaetzle realize that they hold in their pencils the ultimate power to crop off someone's head, all for the sake of the Shamrock. members P. Aidala, R. Mazur, D. Lucas, L. Dukerich, P. Shaheen, C. Christ, editor V. Pianalto, K. Smith, and M. Enright manage to smile and relax for a moment. transforming a gear into words and pictures - Shamrock staff Advertising and sales of the yearbook is the duty of the Shamrock business staff, supervised by Mother Rosalia with Elaine Marcius, editor. The Senior class, encouraged by the staff, obtains sponsors and patrons to help alleviate the cost of the yearbook. When this campaign is finished, the members of the staff determine the price of the yearbook and begin collection of mon- ey for advanced orders. The layout staff has the responsibility of building the yearbook from scratch. Its hard-working members must first choose which of the pictures should be used. Good form makes a pleasing page. The selected photographs are situated in an attractive way and cropped to fit the page. The remaining space, divided into body copy, cut- lines, and headlines, prepares the lay- out for the copy staff. Amid the shuffling of chairs, the rus- tling of envelopes and the scattering of pictures, the Shamrock seems to get completed. Throughout the yearbook all the seldom-read and often skimmed- over writing is the job of the copy staff. Body copy sums up the accom- plishments of clubs, organizations, and classes while cutlines and headlines add the finishing touches and explana- tions. The entire story of an Irish year is finally put into print. QQ 1. 4' ,. vw" 1. ., 'A Q .!. , Q, ax 4 if S 5 2 " x M., E 2 if ff 1 , ,K ihe secrei of success is consiancg of purpose Thinking ahead to the next play, Coach John Cistone listens to his spotters in the press box. Alert reporting enables the Irish to take advantage of opponents' weaknesses. Deiected, Tim Durbin and Pete Shedlosky reflect St. V's first loss at the hands of East. St St. St. St St St St St St St .ef f af fl ,1 .ii Front Row: Cheerleaders S. Testa M. Russo, J. Graf, B. Mellion, J i967-68 VARSITY SCORES Vincent ........ 50 Girard ...... . . 8 Vincent . . . 6 East. ........... . 21 Vincent ........ 24 Bedford Chanel . . . 6 Vincent ........ 21 Ba rberton ........ l 2 Vincent .... .. . 6 Cleve. St. Joe . . . . 27 Vincent ........ 36 Warren J.F.K. .... -. O Vincent .... . . .20 Niles McKinley . . . . 8 Vincent ........ 38 Ellet ............ 8 Vincent .... . . .15 Alliance ..... . . l4 Vincent .... .. . 6 Hoban .. .. I4 Corradinl, E. Olson. Row Two: Junior varsity cheerleaders J. Lorenzo, P. Sonderman, B. Graf, K. Strecker, D. Kochis, M. Botzum, J. Lobello. ll Q A deierminaiion powers irish io 7-3 slaie Front Row: P. Lavery, A. Suiter, R. Longville, T. Barr, P. Shedlosky, F. Ricker, W. Zwisler, T. Durbin, G. Markovich, T. Mariola, J. Wilhite, D. Ruth, J. Graber. Row Two: R. Wemm, M. Lorenzo, C. Villers, T. Matuschak, J. Castner, F. Laatsch, J. Engler, T. Sparhawk, R. Staudt, R. Sutter, R. Keith, R. Greene, T. Rasinski. Row Three: M. Ciancio, D. Boarman, W. Sharpp, L. Graf, J. D'Andrea, T. Galati M. Malecky, F. Tomei, P. Endress, R. Dente, B. Maltrich, T. Ondecker Row Four: F. Merendino, J. Mclntyre, E. Jonke, B. Lavery, J. Knight, M. DiFeo, D. Daly, E. Merzweiler, R. Stalter, S. Gmerek, J. Skinner, W. Meyer, W. Garrett, J. Cornecelli, V. Delagrange. individual efforts of the irish spark season Determination marks the face of Rich Longville as he looks on at the Hoban game. Desire was a deciding factor in many games. "Aw Coach" describes the expression on senior Willie Zwisler's face as he listens to the advice of assistant coach Terry Horrigan during Tim Durbin finds daylight as Rich Longville opens a hole in ihe Alliance line. Tim's ability to use blockers lecl to sizeable gains. P :MH the Niles game. The Irish upset the Junior Varsity,cheerleader Jo Lorenzo looks on while partner Beannie Graf cheers big heavily-favored Red Dragons. brother Larry through the paper hoop onto the playing field. Arm raised for better balance, Junior Ron Greene manages to sweep. Ron's great speed and ability to pick his holes made make it look easy as he outruns two Niles defenders on a the opposing teams respect him as a breakaway threat. Midgame advice to iunior Joe D'Andrea, is an example of the valuable assistance of Coach Lunging through the Ellet defense, Ron Larry Naymik. Coaching the linemen, Mr. Naymik helped spirit the Irish to a 7-3 season. Greene looks downfield to the goal line. The I967 football season was high- lighted by skill and spirit. Leading the Irish were Sel"li0r CO-Caplalns against the Knights. The sloppy field proved to be the downfall of the Irish. Frank Ricker, defensive end, and Willie Zwisler, quarterback. In the season opener St. V. crushed the Girard Indians, but the impressive start was marred by a loss to East in the next game. Victories over Bedford Chanel, Barberton, and War- ren J. F. K. gave the Irish the mo- mentum that proved fatal for a strong Niles team. The game was marked by the efforts of the defen- sive squad which held Niles to a single score. At their homecoming the following week, the Irish con- trolled Ellet easily, 38-8. Outstand- ing team spirit gained a victory over Alliance with "Moose" Sutter's extra-point kick winning the game. In the last game of the season the Irish fell to arch-rival Hoban. The game was decided in the final sec- onds when a Zwisler pass was in- tercepted, stopping, the Irish on Ho- ban's I5 yard line. Although this y was a "building year" for the foot- ball squad, the Irish finished the season as one of the most respected I football powers in the area. Looking over the Hoban defense, senior co-captain Willie Zwisler directs the Irish attack Well-executed blocking enabled Ronnie to get Through and his quick running gave the Irish a long gain. Although Hoban's offense dominated the first half, the Irish almost pulled an upset in the final seconds of the game. senior leaders junior talent irish success The determined running of iunior fullback John Castner helped a spirited Irish squad subdue the powerful Alliance Aviators, 15-14. 99 Front Row: P. Endress, M. Kish, R. Longville, W. Zwisler, T. Durbin, V. Rich. Row Two: J. Maiorkiewkz, D. Ochsenhirt, S. Jessie, J. Dzuris, M. Weigand, T. Barr, T. Kelly, M. Metzler, J. Hartlaub. durbin breaks single-game scoring mark with 44 points 44. . Barberton . . 83. . Firestone . . . . 48. . C.C.C. . . 65. .South . . . 53. . Holoan ...... . 67. . Buchtel .... . 81 . . Kent Roosevelt 78. . St. Peter .... . 78. . Padua ..... . 1967-68 VARSITY SCORES 38 St. Vincent 44 . . . . . Barberton 52 St. Vincent 68 . . . . . Central 46 St. Vincent 44 . . . .... Hoban 61 St. Vincent 65 .. Kenmore 73 St. Vincent 38 . . . . . Garfield 44 St. Vincent 65 .. ...... Chanel 56 St. Vincent 65 ............... East. . 59 St. Vincent 46 ..... Cuyahoga Falls 75 St. Vincent 75 . . ..... St. Thomas Sectional Tournament St. Vincent. .44 Buchtel . .57 As Mark Weigand shouts encour- agement, senior Willie Zwisler at- captains and the officials to discuss the gym and game rules. During the season Mark often scored in double figures. tempts to block the pass of a Hoban opponent. Such efforts led the lrish to their first victory of the basketball season. Senior Tim Durbin drives for two points in the Hoban game. Later Tim broke the school and city scoring record with a sizzling 44 points. Senior ccrcaptain Tom Barr sets up the Irish attack in the first of the two-game series against the Barberton Magics. irish lose close games: finish with 4-15 The 1967-68 basketball campaign was highlighted by the sound play of five seniors. Willie Zwisler was superb in the hustle department and received the game ball for his efforts against Hoban. Tom Barr controlled the boards, while Mike Kish displayed excellent defensive tactics. In the shooting statistics Mark Weigand made 43155 Tim Durbin averaged nearly 17 points per game. Rich Longville served as a strong sixth man and kept the team inspired with his spark. While Tom Barr waits for action, fellow Senior and co-captain Mike Kish looks for an opening in the Hoban defense. Mike's hard work and hustle in scoring mark Coach Tim Smith expects a strong team for next year. The Junior Var- sity finished with a very respectable record of 15-2. The team was led by iuniors Steve Jessie, Dave Och- senhort, Pat Endress, and Joe Dzuris along with sophomores Ralph Barr, Brian Lavery, and Dick Pacenta. pre-season practice earned him a starting position on the round-ball squad. Captains Tom Barr and Mark Weigand go high for the ball against Hoban. Combining effort with desire, the Irish came through with an impressive victory over the Knights. Front Row: Mark Chapman, Don Smith, Tom Sloan, Co-captain Joe Trecaso, Ed McSweeney. Back Row: Co- captain Pete Shedlosky, Mike Trecaso, Mike Mesek, Mark DiFeo, Dan Shaughnessy, Larry Graf. Don Smith, making his debut as St. V's 112 lb. wrestler, grinds his op- ponent's head into the mat, adding important seconds to his riding time. V Muscles straining, Jun- ior Larry Graf applies a fighting: Mark Difeo, studying his Copley opponent of The 1 halt-nelson to his opponent in an attempt to roll him on his back for a the city. Because Larry and Pete Shedlosky consistently won in their pin. With an 11-1 record, Larry was the best 175 lb. class wrestler in matches, the Irish could expect a strong finish in any meet. grapplers strain to win, strive to improve 154-lb. match, displays the tension of wrestling. Mark's first year on the varsity team gave him valuable knowledge of grappling. Wrestling reached a new peak in popularity in '68. The grapplers began with five straight victories at home over Kenmore, Barloerton, Mogadore, Fire- stone and North. In the North match Pete Shed- losky's crucial win gave the Irish the victory, 18-17. However, the grapplers came up against the stiff competition of Hoban and Garfield. Eight grapplers will be returning next year, but the Irish will miss co-captains Joe Trecaso and Pete Shedlosky. Joe at 127, and Pete, heavyweight, were both undefeated in their third year on the mat. Always winning, they led the Irish to a fine season but much of the work was done by coach Bruce Brubach, who had to use seven new varsity wrestlers. Coach Brubach has an outstanding 28-7-1 three-year record, which includes only two losses at home. -7 S, 7, fin! . ,Uv- Qi 3 X? t -wf2,,am1 J, irish grapplers achieve a winning season St. Vincent ...... 25 St. Vincent ...... 39 St. Vincent ...... 26 St. Vincent ...... 24 St. Vincent ...... 18 St. Vincent ...... 20 St. Vincent ...... 14 St. Vincent ...... 17 St. Vincent ...... 27 St. Vincent ...... 32 St. Vincent ...... 9 St. Vincent ...... 32 Senior co-captain at 127 lbs., Joe lecl the Irish with an undefeated season, but a broken hand prevented his competing in the sectionals. was undefeated in dual matches, lrish grapplers were always assured of a win. His great strength and agility enabled him to pin in 6 of his 12 matches: here he twists his opponent into a fatal pin. 1967-68 VARSITY SCORES Kenmore . Barberton Mogadore Firestone . North . . . Ellet . . . Hoban . . Garfield . . Copley . . . South . . . Manchester Hower . . . Junior Ron Greene displays fine form as he clears a hurdle. His sprinting ability enabled him to excel in the 100 yd. and 220 yd. dashes. endurance. effort and determination mark irish runners Two new coaches led the Irish runners this year. Mr. Smith trained the harriers for the two-mile run while Mr. O'Hare worked with the cinder- men in track and field. Mr. Smith also coached the tennis team. The highlight of the season was the semi-finals victory of the doubles team. The 'golf team, 'coached by Mr. Horrigan, had one of the finest records in school history. ln the final match of the season, once-defeated St. Vin- cent tied undefeated Firestone 4V2-4V2, finish- ing second to them in City Series competition. Cross Country Team-Front Row: P. Hart, D. Kelly, J. Gill, T. Wile, Barr, V. Rich, T. Kelly, M. Weigand, B. Struckel, J. Maiorkiewiez, E. McSweeney, L. Dukerich, D. Colopy. Row Two:'J. Royer, D. C. Gilbride. Rzasa, D. Ochsenhirt, J. Dzurls, S. Jessie, B. Cox. Row Three: R. l, ,Z it A ,x,L S " 4' iff Face contorted with effort, Warren Sharpp puts the shot while an official watches. Junior Mike Malecky strains to hurl the discus. UTISGBTI The 1968 St. Vincent Golf Team: Tom Botzum, Joe Meley, John Carroll, and Larry Graf: Coach: T. Harrigan. Tennis'Team-Front Row: D. Ochenhirt, T. Shindewolf, R. Coleman, J. Maiorkiewiez. Row Two: J. Conrad, J. Stadelman, M. Kuzmik, S. Gmerek. heroes prove irish talent Front Row: B. Stalter, J. Bouteurse, D. Costigan, A. Clarke, T. Baughman, R. Greene, T. Wile, P. Colopy, G. Dannemiller. Row Two: Mr. O'Hare, B. McDonald, J. Royer, J. Gill, B. Staudt, B. Maltarich, W. Sharpp, E. Phillips, S. Williams. Row Three: M. Mulecky, D. Ruth, T. Barr, C. Villars, V. Rich, K. Witzl, R. Barr, J. Severt, L. 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There is so much you should have done-but then, so much you have done. Senior year is fun. The months between your last Orientation a n d Graduation h o l d some of the most memorable occa- sions that you will ever experience. PAUL AI DALA Paul .. . St. Anthony Chem-Phy 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Football 2, Hall Guard 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, National Merit Semi- Finalisty Scholarship Team l, 2, 3, Shamrock 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE AKE Chris Christ the King Future Physicians 4: Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4. MARIE ALEXANDER Marie . . . St. Martha . . . Chem-Phy 3, Future Teach- ers 3, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Girls' Inter- scholastic Basketball 2, 3, 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Musical Production 3: Scholarship Team 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. ALBERT ANDROSKY AI St. Joseph Musical Production 1, 2, 37 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. Senior year is restless. 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A 1 Q K 1 X , Q' 1 , ff V i in W, J yy Y 4 Y. ,xx Q i r , . jp wg V fix , 9. .,.-A 2 w 5 Xxx' K .1 'Q 'S' E 5 Y' I 1 Q1 gym- 4' Q N211 3 "" -" it in Q ' k k az., X, 1 F I dv X Q i 'ffqni V iss? xii, A L A ' 1 I , . A Q if " X 'NX Q A A Aiwa . K rr A A fix . nn 1 xi, r""x --X K 5 jf -,,rk4 N I, A-ex K 1- , A 5,15 , in bfi' W an ,KIX ' MARSHA BANCO Mikie . . . St. Sebastian . . . Musical Production 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN BARLOW Kathy St. Vincent Chorus 1, 2: Class Officer 4, Secretary 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Musical Pro- duction l, 2, 3, Office Assistant 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. THOMAS BARR T.B. . .. St. Vincent Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 3, Football 2, 3, 4, All-City 3, 4, All-District, All-State, Honorable Mention Northeastern Ohio, Third Team API 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity V 2, 3, 4. LlNDA BATTISTUTA Studa St. Peter . .. Chorus 1, Future Physicians 4, Future' Teachers 3, 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Musical Production 3, National Honor Society 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. THOMAS BAYMAN Tom . .. St. Sebastian Chem-Phy 4, Golf 3, 4, 2, 3, Chem-Phy 4, Musical Production 2, 3. DAVID BOHM Dave St. Vincent . .. Chem-Phy 3. KAREN BOLESNEY Bolenski Immaculate Conception Band 4, Secretary 4, Chem-Phy 3, Chorus T, Girls' Athletic Association I, 2, 4, Maiorettes 3, 4, May Court 3, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Musical Production 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. THOMAS BOTZUM Tom St. Sebastian Chem-Phy 4, Golf 3, 4, Musical Production 3, National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Team 3, Shamrock 3, 4, Vincenteen Boost- ers 3, 4, Vincentian 4. THOMAS BOYER Tom St. Sebastian Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, CSMC 3, 4, President 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Musical Production l, 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Merit Letter of Commendation, Scholarship Team 3, Sham- rock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. DAVID BREMER Dave . . . St. Vincent . . . Chem-Phy 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Musical Production 3, Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4, Vincentian 3. GERARD BROWN Blues' . . . Immaculate Conception . . . Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4, Divine Heart Seminary 1. KAREN BROWN Karen .. . St. Sebastian . .. Chorus i, Future Teach- ers 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Gym Assistant 3, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 2, Musical Production i, 2, Office Assistant 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY BRUNNER Dot . . . St. Peter . . . Chem-Phy 3, Chorus 1, Future Teachers 3, 4, Musical Production 2, 3, Office Assist- ant 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. RICHARD BUCKLEY Dick Holy Family Class Officer 3, Football 2, 3, Musical Production 3, Vincenteen Boosters 4. CHRISTINE BURKHART Chris St. Paul Chorus l, Future Physicians 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. NANCY CAPATOSTO Nancy . .. St. Vincent . . . Chem-Phy 4, Future Physicians 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Musical Production 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. THERESA BURKLEY Terry Holy Family Chem-Phy 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Christian Action Corps 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Musical Production 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Merit Letter of Commendation, Scholarship Team 'l, 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. JOHN CARROLL John . . . St. Vincent . . . Basketball I, 2, Golf 3, 4. ANTHONY CASALINUOVO Tony . . . St. Sebastian . . . Gym Assistant 3, Hall Guard 4, Musical Production 2, Simon Perkins 1. CAROL CHRIST Peanut . .. St. Paul . . . Athletic Office Assistant 3, Chem-Phy 4, Christian Action Corps T, Future Physi- cians 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Homecoming Court 4, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. MARY JANE CHURCHWELL Jane Holy Family Athletic Office Assistant 3, 4, Class Officer 4, Vice-President 4, CSMC 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Homecoming Court 4, Musical Production 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vincen- teen Boosters 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA CLARK Cindi St. Vincent Athletic Office Assistant 4, Chorus 'l, Future Teachers 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, Musical Pro- duction 1. KEVIN CLARK Zip St. Joseph Varsity V 2, 3, Wrestling I, 2, 3, Catholic State Tournament l, 2, 3, Second Team 2, First Team 3, NCI 3, Sectional 2, 3, All- City 2, 3, All-District 3, All-State Qualifier 2, 3, Most Valuable Wrestler 2, 3. STEPHEN CLARK Steve St. Vincent Golf 4, Musical Produc- tion 3, Vinceteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 3, 4. gesierdags activities. tomorrow's memories Senior class officers, treasurer Pat Hart, secretary Kathy Barlow, vice-president Jane Churchwell, and president Al Sutter, set the pace for the school. RONALD COLEMAN Ron Annunciation Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Musical Production 3, Talent Show 1, 2, Tennis 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3. RICHARD CONN Rock . .. St. Bernard . .. Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Drama 3, Future Teachers 31 Musical Production l, 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. PATRICK CONNOR Pat . . . St. Mary.. . . Track 3, 4, Borromeo I, 2. MARY CATHERINE CONROY Swinger Annunciation Chorus 1, Girls Athletic Association 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Vincen- teen Boosters 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN COOK Kathy St.,Paul Future Physicians 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Office Assistant 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. THOMAS COTRUVO Tom . .. St. Martha . . . Chem-Phy 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. THOMAS CREELAN Dude Immaculate Heart of Mary Christian Action Corps I, 2, Future Physicians 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Hall Guard 3, Musical Production I, Track I, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, Vincentian 4, Wrestling 2. LYNN CRUMRINE Picky St. Sebastian Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 2, Gym Assistant 3, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Musi- cal Production 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 2, 4. CHARLES CSONKA Chuck Annunciation Football I, 2, Hall Guard 4. COLLEEN DEAGAN Colleen St. Vincent Future Teachers 3, 4, Musical Production 2, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boost- ers 2, 3, 4. I DANIEL DEDINSKY Pollock . . . Immaculate Heart of Mary . . . Audio- Visual 3, 4, Musical Production 3, Vincentian 3, 4. MARY DELAGRANGE Mary St. Paul Chem-Phy 3, 4, Future Phy- sicians 45 Future Teachers 45 National Merit Letter of Commendation, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. THOMAS DELAGRANGE Tom Joe St. Paul Basketball 1, 2, Foot- ball i, 2, 3. MARGARET DeSHON Peggy St. Sebastian Chorus 1, Future Teach- ers 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Musical Production 2, Shamrock 4, Vincen- teen Boosters 2, 3, 4. ROBERT DESTRO Bob St. Sebastian Chorus i, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 37 Musical Production 1, 2, 37 National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4, National Merit Letter of Commendation: Scholarship Team T, 37 Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. MARGARET DIES Peggy St. Vincent Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 4: Irish Secretarial 3, 47 ,Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4, Vincentian 4. MARGARET DUNLAVY Peggy . .. St. Vincent . . . Band I, 2, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Office Assist- ant 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4. DIANE DUNN Diane St. Paul Athletic Office Assistant 3, 4, Chem-Phy 4, Chorus 'lp Future Physicians 3, 47 Girls' Athletic Association 4, Homecoming Court 4, Queen 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. TIMOTHY DURBIN f---1' X J 4,095+ The Senior girls display their culinary talents at St. V's JuniorSenior picnic. A Pepsi break refreshes Mark Reaman and Joe Ruby LAWRENCE DUKERICH Duke St. Martha Basketball Statistician 1, 2, 3, Chem-Phy 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Christian Action Corps 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Prefect 3, Prefect 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Merit Semi-Finalist, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, Shamrock 4, Track lp Varsity V 2, 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3, 47 Vincentian 4. Barb . . 35 Offlc Derby Sts. Peter and Paul Basketball 3, 4, Second Team All-City 3, Honorable Mention All-Dis- trict 31 Football 3, 45 Gym Assistant 3, Hall Guard 2, Track 45 Varsity V 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3, 47 Doylestown 1. BARBARA DURKEE . St. Vincent Chorus 27 Future Teachers e Assistant 35 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. JANET EDE Wede St. Vincent Athletic Office Assistant 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 3, Girls' lnterscho- lastic Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court 4, Musical Production 1, 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. gn-uP"5 ,ng-if MARY ENRIGHT Mary St. Paul Athletic Offiie Assistant 3, 47 Chorus 17 Class Officer 27 Future Teachers 3, 4, Secretary 37 Girls' Athletic Association 47 Homecom- ing Court 47 National Honor Society 4, Vice-Presi- dent 47 Shamrock 47 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. MARY FlSHER Fish . .. St. Sebastian . . . Chem-Phy 47 Future Phy- sicians 47 Girls' Athletic Association 17 Musical Pro- duction 37 Office Assistant 37 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. SUSAN FLANNERY Sue St. Hilary Athletic Office Assistant 37 Future Physicians Ai Future Teachers 47 Girls' Ath- letic Association 17 Library Assistant 27 Musical Pro- duction 37 Scholarship Team 37 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 47 Vincentian 2, 3. LINDA FLANNIGAN Linda St. Vincent Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Future Teachers 37 Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 47 Musical Production 2, 37 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. Dick Buckley reassures Mike Halaiko in a tense scene from "Finian's Rainbow." a chapter closes another opens to the future MICHELLE FLETCHER Mickey Mouse . .. St. Vincent . .. Future Physicians 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, Vincentian 2. Dennis JEANNIE FLYNN Jeannie St. Sebastian Cheerleader 3, Co- Captain 37 Future Teachers 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 4, Girls' interscholastic Basketball 2: Homecoming Court 4, Musical Production 2, 37 Vin- centeen Boosters 2, 3, 4, President 45 Our Lady of the Elms 'l. DENNlS FRANZ . . . St. Sebastian. ELIZABETH FRY Betsy St. Joseph Buckeye Girls' State 3, Chem-Phy 3, 47 Chorus 'I, 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, President 4: Musical Production 1, 2, 37 National Honor Society 3, 4, Scholarship Team lp Talent Show 2, Vincenteen KAREN GEMIND Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. DENNIS GAFFNEY Dense St. Vincent . .. Vincentian 2, 3, 4, Busi- ness Manuger 4. LEONARD GALIZIO Lenny St. Anthony Football l, 2, Future Teachers 4: Gym Assistant 3, Hall Guard 3, 4. ELIZABETH GARRETT Liz . .. St. Sebastian . .. Chorus 2, Future Teachers 4, Vincentian 2, 3, Our Lady of Mercy 'l. Cissie Immaculate Heart of Mary Chem-Phy 3, 45 Future Physicians 3, 4, Musical Production Ig Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. JAMES GENTNER Tequille Kid St. Vincent Hall Guard 3, Musical Production 3, Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4, Vincentian 3, 4. CAROL GERRIOR Carol St. Sebastian Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Simon Perkins 1. PATRICIA GIFFELS Pat St. Sebastian Chem-Phy 3, Chorus 3, Future Teachers 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Gym Assistant 3, Musical Production T, 3, Office Assistant 4, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. JAMES Gll.L Jim St. Vincent Cross Country 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, 4, Musical Production 3, Track 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3. CHERYL GODAL Cheri St. John the Baptist . .. Chorus 1, Future Teachers 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Vincen- teen Boosters 2, 3, 4. JAMES GRABER Gray-Bar . . . St. Joseph . . . Football 3, 4, Varsity V 4, Elder i, 2. JUDITH GRAF Judy St. Sebastian Cheerleader 3, 4, Co- Captain 4, Class Officer 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 2, Homecoming Court 4, Library Assistant 2, Musical Production 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. EDWARD GREISSING Punch St. Hilary Basketball 3, Chem-Phy 3, 4, President 4, Football 3, Hall Guard 3, 4, Sham- rock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 4, H. H. Arnold High School, Kecoughtan High School. optimism is the true philosophers stone. I ll' Iwi l00 -Q Q fi 6 H I is-. K if 5? . fa LAWRENCE GROTE Gomer Immaculate Heart of Mary Audio- Visual 3, 4. 3, 4: Musical Production 3, Vincentian 2, SUSAN HAIDNICK Sue .. . Immaculate Heart of Mary Gym Assist- ant 3, Irish Secretarial 4, President 4, National Honor Society 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, Vincentian 4. "Open Wide," says Mary Anne Jones while Chuck Csonka devours a hot dog after a rough game of football at the Junior-Senior picnic. REBECCA GRIFA Becky Immaculate Heart of Mary Future Teachers 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Vincen- teen Boosters 2, 3, 4. CHARLENE GRIFFITHS Grif . . . St. Vincent . . . Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. which turns to gold everything it touches PATRICK HART Pat St. Vincent Basketball 1, 25 Class Of- ficer 45 Treasurer 45 Cross Country 45 Varsity V 45 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 45 Vincentian 4. BONITA HARTMAN Bonnie . .. St. Vincent Future Teachers 45 Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Secretary 45 Office Assistant 45 Vincenteen Boosters 3, 45 Madonna High School. Jane Churchwell smiles nostalgically as memories come to mind of "A Time to Cherish," the theme of the 1967 JuniorSenior Prom. JOHN MICHAEL HALAIKO Tuna . . . St. Hilary . .. Buckeye Boys' State 35 Class Officer 2, Football 2, 35 Gym Assistant 35 Musical Production 2, 35 Student Council 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 45 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 45 Wrestling I, 2. CHRISTINE HARMON Chris . . . Annunciation . . . Chorus I5 Irish Secre tarial 3, 45 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. RACINE HEFFERNAN Rex St. Anthony Chorus I, Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4. RAYMOND HELLWIG Ray . . . St. Sebastian . . . Golf 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3. ELIZABETH HOGAN Liz St. Vincent Chem-Phy 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Girls' Interscholastic Basketball 3, Gym Assistant 3, Musical Production 2, 3, Vincen- teen Boosters 2, 3, 4. CATHERINE HOLLERAN Gym Assistant 3, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Office Assist ant 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. MARGARET HORAN Margie St. Martha Chorus I, Girls' Athletic Association 2, Gym Assistant 3, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. A ROBERT HOWARD Mike .. . Annunciation Golf 4, Track 2, Vincen- teen Boosters 3, 4. THOMAS HUDOCK Tom St. Eugene Chem-Phy 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, National Merit Letter of Commen- dation, Scholarship Team 2, 3, Vincentian 4. CHRISTINE JOHNSON Chris .. . St. Eugene . .. Chem-Phy 3, Future Teach- ers 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Gym Assist- ant 3, National Merit Letter of Commendation, Office Assistant 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. Kitty Holy Family Future Teachers 3, 4, MARY ANN JONES Jonesie St. Vincent Athletic Office Assist- ant 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association I, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. MARY ANNE JUNKER Mary Anne St. Francis de Sales Chorus I, 4, Class Officer 2, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Musical Production 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 3, 4, Co-Editor 4. SUSAN KALGREEN Sue St. Paul Chorus 1, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 3, 4, Co-Editor 4. MARIE KANE Marie St. Joseph Future Teachers 3, Girls Athletic Association 4, Musical Production l, 2, 3 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 3. ROBERT KANE Bo . . . Immaculate Heart of Mary . . . Basketball 'l, 2, Golf 4. JOHN KELLOGG John . . . St. Vincent . . . Track i, 2, Vincentian 4. DAVID KELLY Dave St. Francis de Sales Audio-Visual 4, Chem-Phy 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Track 3, 4, Vincen- teen Boosters 3, 4, National Merit Letter of Commen- dation. JUDITH KINNEY Judy . .. St. Bernard . .. Chorus 1, Christian Action Corps 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Office Assistant 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. senior enthusiasm encourages victorg 'BY MICHAEL KISH Mike St. Sebastian Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 43 Co-Captain 4, Chem-Phy 41 Cross Country 4, Football l, 2, 3, Gym Assistant 2, Hall Guard 2, Track 'l, 2: Varsity V 3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH KLEIN Maribeth St. Sebastian Chem-Phy 3, 4: Christian Action Corps I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice- Prefect 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Merit Semi-Finalist, Scholarship Team 2, 3, Vincen- teen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4. CYNTHIA KNAPP Cindy .. . St. Paul . . . Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Vincen- teen Boosters 3, 4. as we REBECCA KOLTON Becky St. Sebastian Chorus 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4, Bishop Newmann High School 1, 2. Marcia McDermott -twirls the team on to victory with an encouraging smile and an infectious air of confidence. IO4 Come on Irish' Dick Buckley urges the team on for a first down Fellow senior Tom McDermott ioins in to show the 'iron spirit of 68 PATRICIA KRAFT Pat St. Paul Chem-Phy 3, 4, Chorus l, Christian Action Corps 2, 3, 4, Future Physicians 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, Musical Produc- tion 2, 3, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. MICHELE KRUMEICH Michele St. Vincent Chorus I, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. JEANETTE KUS Jeanette Holy Family . . . Athletic Office Assis- tant 4, Chorus 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Girls' Ath- letic Association 2, 3, 4, Maiorettes 3, 4, Captain 4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, Musical Production 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Shamrock 2, Student Council 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 3 4 PAUL LAVERY Brundog St. Vincent Basketball 1, Chorus l, 2, Football 1,.2, 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, Hall Guard 3, 4, Musical Productfon 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3. JAMES LEON Ponce . . . St. Vincent. RICHARD LONGVILLE Rich St. Paul Audio-Visual 'l, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, Hall Guard 3, Musical Production 3, Varsity V 4, Vincen- teen Boosters 4. DEBORAH LUCAS Debby St. Vincent Christian Action Corps 3, 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Musical Production 2, 3, Office Assistant 4, Shamrock 3, 4, Vincenteen Boost- ers 2, 3, 4. RITA MAISCHAIDER Rita St. Joseph Chem-Phy 3, Chorus 1, Future Physicians 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, Library Assistant 4, Modern Music Masters 4, Musical Pro- duction l, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. ELAINE MARCIUS Elaine St. Paul Chorus 1, CSMC 4, Future Physicians 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Office Assis- tant 3, 4, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. THOMAS MARIOLA Mama Rolia St. Martha Basketball 1, 2, 3, Chem-Phy 3, Class Officer 2, Cross-Country 2, Foot- ball 1, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, National Merit Letter of Commendation, Scholarship Team 1, Student Council 2, 3, Varsity 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2. 3, 4. GREGORY MARKOVICH Greg . .. St. Vincent Audio-Visual 2, Basketball 2, Football 3, Track 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2. PATRICIA MATUSKA Pat . . . Annunciation . . . Band 'l, 2, Christian Action Corps 4, Future Teachers 2, Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Musical Production 3, Office Assistant 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. REGINA MAZUR Regina . .. St. Matthew . . . Band l, Chem-Phy 3, 4, Christian Action Corps 2, 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, National Merit A Semi-Finalist, Scholarship Team 2, 3, Shamrock 3, 4. MICHAEL McCANN Mike St. Hilary Audio-Visual 4, Band 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 4, Loyola High School 1, 2. JUDY MCCORMICK Jud St. Eugene Chem-Phy 3, Future Physi- cians 4, Gym Assistant 3, 4, Office Assistant 3, 4, Shamrock 4. MARCIA MCDERMOTT Marcia Immaculate Heart of Mary Future Physicians 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, Maiorettes 4, Musical Production 3, Shamrock 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 3, 4. THOMAS MCDERMOTT Valve immaculate Conception Musical Pro- duction 3. NOREEN MCGUCKIN Noreen St. Vincent Christian Action Corps 1, Library Assistant 2, 3, Musical Production 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2. EDWARD MCSWEENEY Ed . . . ASt. Sebastian . . . Cross Country 4, Varsity V 4, Vincentian 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4. JOSEPH MELEY Joe . .. St. Martha . .. Basketball l, 3, Cross Coun- try 3, Football I, Golf 4. Halftime is a bright smile for Carol Christ Judi Graf receives flowers and congratulations from Frank Ricker during the half- as she meets her escort, Joe Ruby. time of the 1967 Homecoming game. Janet Ede smiles as the presentation takes place. a new gear bringing new memories - ELIZABETH MELLION Betty St. Vincent Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 All-City 37 Chem-Phy 4, Chorus i, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Future Teachers 3, 47 Girls' Ath- , Ietic Association 25 Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4: ' Musical Production lp National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4, Talent Show I, 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. MARK MERZWEILER Miracle . . . St. Vincent . . . Football 1. ROBERT METZLER Bob St. Sebastian Basketball ig Chem-Phy 3, 4, Football if Musical Production I. JOSEPH MIKOLASHEK Li'I Joe . . . St. Joseph . . . Track lp Vincentian 4. For seniors. the beginning of the end ANNETTE MOLLICA Nettie St. Paul Athletic Office Assistant 3, 4, Future Physicians 3,' 45 Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation 45 Musical Production 3, Vincenteen Boost- ers 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4, St. Mary 1. DONALD MORRIS Don . . . St. Vincent . . . Football I, 2, Vincentia ROSEANNE MURPHY Roseanne St. Martha Future Teachers 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Treasurer 41 Musical Production 2, 37 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL MYERS laz . . . St. Joseph. Under a roof of umbrel las, Mary Enright Diane Dunn, and Mary Russo anticipate another grid iron victory. n2 EVELYN OLSON Chink St. Vincent Cheerleader 4, Chorus l, 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Associa- tion l, lrish Secretarial 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, Musical Production 1, 3, Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4, St. Theresa College. JANET PAPPANO J. P. Holy Family Chem-Phy 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Office Assist- ant 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. CAROL PAUl.US Ma St. Paul Chorus l, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Musical Pro- duction l, 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincen- tian. MARY PEPPERNEY Mary St. Paul Chem-Phy 4, Chorus l, Class Officer 3, CSMC 3, Secretary 3, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Musical Production 3, National Honor Society 3, Shamrock 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Student Council 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 3, 4. SANDRA PETERS Sandy . .. Immaculate Heart of Mary . .. Chorus I, Future Physicians 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, Irish Secretarial 3, Maiorettes 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. VINCEENA PIANALTO Vince St. Sebastian Chem-Phy 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, Christian Action Corps 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Musical Produc- tion 2, 3, National Honor Society 4, Office Assistant 3, 4, Shamrock 3, 4, Co-Editor 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. CHRISTOPHER PODA Pud St. Bernard Audio-Visual 4, Chem-Phy 3, 4, Musical Production 3. KA.THRYN QUINN Kathy St. Paul Chorus T, Drama 3, Future Teachers 4, Girls' Athletic -Association 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. JAMES RACCO Bronco . . . St. Vincent . . . Audio-Visualp Gym Assistant 3, Hall Guard 4. EDMUND RANSWEILER ' Ted St. Joseph Band I, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4. TIMOTHY RASINSKI Tim . . . St. Hedwig . . . Chem-Phy 3, 4, Football i, 2, 3, 4, Musical Production 3, Varsity V 4. MARK REAMAN Beak Immaculate Heart of Mary Football 2, 3, Future Teachers 4, Musical Production 2, 3: Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4. THOMAS REESE Tom St. Peter Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Football if Musical Production 2: Track l, 2, 3, 4: Vincentian 2. KATHLEEN RENNIE Kathie St. Vincent Chem-Phy 4: Future Physicians 3, 4, President 4, Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation 4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, Secretary 4: Office Assistant l, 47 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Shamrock 4. FRANK RICKER Frank Immaculate Conception Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, All-city 2nd team, All-district Honorable Mention 4, Varsity V 3, 4, President 4, Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4. JOSEPH RUBY Rubester St. Joseph Football 3, Golf 47 Vincenteen Boosters 3, 4. MARY RUSSO Mary .. . St. Vincent Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Giris' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, Musical Production 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Homecoming Court 4, Shamrock 3, Student Council 2, Secretary 2, Vincenteen Boost- ers 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. DANIEL RUTH Spine St. Sebastian Football 2, 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, 4, Musical,Production 3, Student Coun- cil 2, 4, Track 1, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, Vincentian 3, 4. ELIZABETH SAUTER Betsy . .. St. Hilary . .. Chorus I, Future Physicians 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, Musical Production 3, National Honor Society 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. JANINE SCHAETZLE Janine St. Vincent Chem-Phy 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Future Physicians 4, Vice-President 4, Musical Production 3, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. DIANE SCHEATZLE Diane St. Vincent Chem-Phy 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Girls' interscholastic Basketball 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. THOMAS SCHINDERWOLF Tom . . . St. Martha . . . Vincenteen Boosters 4, Vincentian 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4. ELIZABETH SCHREINER Beth St. Martha Future Teachers 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Gym Assistant 3, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Musical Production 2, 3, Vincen- teen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. NANCY SEAR Nannie St. Vincent Girls' Athletic Associa- tion l, 4, Gym Assistant 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Musical Production 1, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 4. 5- lol Winners of college credit through the American History Advanced Place- ment Test were: Tom Botzum, Patti Allwin and Chris Vulcan. "diffused knowledge immortalizes itself" Because of an overall knowledge of American his- tory, three seniors have met the standards in this course required by colleges. They will receive their college credits as a result of high scores on the American History Advanced Placement test. This year St. Vincent claimed the honor of thirteen National Merit Letters of Commendation. These sen- iors have received well-deserved recognition of high scholastic achievement on the National Merit Test which is administered to students throughout the country during their iunior year. The following students were awarded National ,. Merit Letters of Commen- ner, P. Thaden, T. Burkley, C. Vukan. Row Two: S. Kalgreen, P. Allwin, T. Boy- er, T. Hudock. Row Three: T. Mariola, C. John- son, C. Siglock, R. Destro, M. Delegrange. PATRICIA SEHIKA Pat . . . Annunciation . . . Musical Production 3, Office Assistant 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE SEIDELL China Lee St. Vincent Irish Secretarial 4: Maiorettes 3, 4, Musical Production 1, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4: Vincentian 2. dation: Front Row: J. Skin- KATHLEEN SEILER Kathi Annunciation Future Teachers 3, 47 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Musical Production 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Goodrich I. PATRICIA SHAHEEN Pat Annunciation Band If Chem-Phy 3, 4: Christian Action Corps 3, 4: Future Teachers 3, 4: Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, President 3, Musical Production 3, Office Assist- ant 3, 4, Shamrock 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4 KATHLEEN SHAUGHNESSY Kathe St. Paul Chorus I, Future Teachers 47 Gym Assistant 4, Irish Secretarial 45 Office Assist- ant 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 3, 4, Editor 4., BARBARA SHAW Barb Immaculate Conception Chorus 'lp Future Teachers 3, 4g Girls' Athletic Association 4, Gym Assistant 3, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. PETER SHEDLOSKY Kong St. Vincent Chem-Phy 35 Football 2, 3, 4, 2nd Team All-District, All-City 4, Gym Assist- ant 4p Varsity V 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Vincen- teen Boosters 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Sectional Champ 3. CARL SIGLOCK Spic .. . Christ the King . .. Chorus 2, 3, 4, Musi- cal Production 3, National Merit Letter of Commen- dation, Scholarship Team 2: Vincenteen Boosters 4: Divine Word Seminary I. JERRY SKINNER Kinnage . .. St. Paul . .. Chem-Phy 37 Treasurer 3, CSMC I: Future Physicians 25 Musical Production 'I, 35 National Merit Letter of Commendation: Student Council 4, Treasurer 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 45 Vincentian 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4. JOHN SLOVSKI John . . . St. Vincent .X . Band If Chem-Phy 4. KENNETH SMITH Ken . .. Guardian Angels . . . Chem-Phy 3, Shamrock 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. MICHELLE SMITH Michelle . . . St. Sebastian . . . Athletic Office Assist- ant 4, CSMC 2, Future Physicians 4, Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court, Crowner 4, Irish Secretarial 4, Vice-President 4, Office Assistant 3, Student Council 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. SALLY SONDERMAN Sally St. Sebastian Chem-Phy 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, Library Assistant 2, 3, National Honor Society 4, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. MARTHA SOUERS Marty . . . St. Vincent . . . Cheerleader 2, 3, Chorus I, Girls' Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Gym Assistant 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4, Musical Production 1, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. MARGARET SPEIGHT Margie . . . St. Vincent . .. Chem-Phy 3, Chorus 'l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Drama 3, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Merit Semi-Finalist, Scholarship Team l, 2, 3. MARY STAUDT Mary . . . St. Vincent . . . Band I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, May Court 2, 3, 4, Queen 4, Modern Music Masters 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Musical Production 2, Office Assistant 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. NANCY STITZ Nancy St. Vincent Band I, Chem-Phy 4, Future Physicians 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 3, Musical Production 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. ALBERT SUTTER Moose . . . St. Vincent . . . Class Officer 4, President 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, 2nd Team All-City, All-District Honorable Mention 4, Gym Assistant 3, Hall Guard 3, Musical Production 3, Track 1, 4, Varsity V 4, Treasurer 4, Wrestling l. Paul Aidala and Paula Thaden, semi-finalists for NHS scholarships, discuss college. Representatives yo Buckeye Girls' and Boys Stage PAULA THADEN Paula Immaculate Heart of Mary Chem- Phy 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Christian Action Corps l, Future Physicians 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, 4, Musical Production 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Merit Letter of Commendation, Office Assistant 3, Scholar- ship Team -2, Shamrock 4, Talent Show 2, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. SANDRA THOMAS Sande Immaculate Heart of Mary lrlsh Secretarial 3, 4, Musical Production 3, Shamrock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH TRECASO Joe St. Vincent Band 1, 2, Gym Assistant 3, 4, Varsity V 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, All-city 3, All-district 3, All- state 3, C. I. T. JONNE VAN MEER Jonne St. Joseph Chorus 1, Future Physi- cians 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Musical Production 3, Office Assistant 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vincentian 3, 4. Betsy Fry and Mike Halaiko talk over their experiences. LAWRENCE TOMEI Larry . . . St. Hilary. MARIBETH TYNAN Beth St. Vincent Future Teachers 3, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 45 Musical Production 2, 35 Vinceteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. scholars. finalists. delegates. reflect st. v Scholarship efforts of seniors Margaret Spelght, Regina Mazur, Paul Aidala, Maribeth Klein, and Larry Dukerich proved beneficial in placing them as finalists in National Merit competition. CHRISTINE VUKAN Chris Holy Family Chem-Phy 3, 4, Future Physicians 4, National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion, Office Assistant 37 Scholarship Team 2, Sham- rock 4, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE WALZER Chris St. Joseph Future Teachers 3, 4 Girls' Athletic Association 4, Irish Secretarial 3, 4 KATHY WARD Kathy . . . Holy .Family . . . Chorus 3, Future Teach- ers 3, 4, Modern Music Masters 4: Vincenteen Boost- ers 3, 4, Vincentian 3, 4, Co-Editor 4: Nazareth Academy 2, 3. JOHN WATSON John . .. St. Matthew .. . Chem-Phy 3, 4, Christian Action Corps 'l. MARK WEIGAND Mark St. Augustine Basketball il, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Cross Country 45 Football lp Gym Assistant 3, 4, Track lp Varsity V 3, 4, Vinceteen Boosters l, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WEMM Bo . .. St. Matthew . . . Football 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention All-City 4, Varsity V 4g Vincenteen Boost- ers 4. MONICA WHELAN Lisa St. Vincent . .. Future Teachers 4, Musical Production l, 2, 3, Office Assistant 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. THOMAS WILE Tom St. Vincent . .. Basketball Statistician 2, 3, Cross Country 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Shamrock 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity V 3, 4, Vincenteen Boosters 4. F Musical Production 2, 3, Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4l JAMES WILHITE Jim Sacred Heart Basketball i, 25 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Gym Assistant 3, 45 Hall Guard 25 Musi- cal Production 35 Track l, 4. CATHERINE WILSON Cathy St. Vincent Chorus I5 Future Physi- cians 3, 45 Future Teachers 45 Modern Music Masters 35 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 45 Vincentian 4. LINDA WIOLLAND Lydia . .. St. Vincent . .. CSMC 25 Irish Secretarial 3, 45 Musical Production 35 Office Assistant 45 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 45 Vincentian 4. A.LLYSON WOOLEY Allyson St. Vincent . .. Future Physicians 3, 45 Future Teachers 45 Girls' Athletic Association 45 Vincenteen Boosters 2, 3, 4. TIMOTHY ZIGA Tim . . . St. Vincent . . . Borromeo l, 2, 3. GREGORY ZOLTON Zodiac . . . Christ the King . . . Basketball 35 Var- sity V 35 Vincenteen Boosters 4. MARY LOU PICKRELL Mary Lou St. Vincent lrish Secretarial 45 Vincenteen Boosters 45 Rosecrans High School, Hay- den High School 'l, 2, 3. spirit of '68 9 -- - w l2I sponsors Alexander Body and Fender Company E. A. Barton and Associates Mr. Edward J. Bowman Clarke-Hayne Fiocca's Applia nce- Fawick Flexi-Grip Division Norman Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Flannery h Goodyear Service Store-Stow Howard Supply Company Ray J. McGowan Nelson Personnel Consultants John Ruth, Chris Sarvis A8iP Smead's-State Road Student Council 1967-1968 The Summit Laundry patrons Akron Chapter National Association of Accountants Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Allwin The Alumni at Borromeo Al Amer's West Hill Marathon Nancy Anderson and Linda Flannigan Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Anspaugh William L. Armour Congressman William H. Ayres Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mikie Banco, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bailey Frank Balchak Cathy Conroy, Kathy Quinn Daniel P. Barlow Eugene A. Barton Louis Battistuta Mr. W. R. Battles Reverand David H. Baugh Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Bauer Frank L. Bertsch, Jr. O. F. Boles Michael Bolus Reverand Thomas A. Boone Botzum Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Company Thomas J. Botzum Leo C. Boyer Albert H. Bremer E. I. Brown R. R. Brown Robert Brunner Danny's Dry Cleaning Mr. and Mrs. John L. Darago Jules DeFredricks Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Delegrange -Kent Tom Delagrange, Tom McDermott, Jerry Skinner Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeShon DeVito's and Sons Dies Electric Company Mr. and Mrs. A. L. DiFeo Don and Mar from Buchtel Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dunlavy Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L. Dunn Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dunn Dunn-Quigley Funeral Home Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Durkee and Family A Friend Elaine Marcius, Noreen McGuckin Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Enright Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Farr Mr. and Mrs. John M. Fisher Five Points Glass Company, Inc. Flag Pole Drive-ln Restaurants, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Flask Jeannie Flynn Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Flynn, Sr. Ben Franklin Store, Stow Plaza Frank's Nursery and Garden Center Fred's Bakery Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Fry Mr. and Mrs. John H. Buckley Miss Carolyn L. Buescher Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Buescher Mr. and Mrs. Gustav H. Burkhart Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Burkley Josephine Butler Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Butler Reverand Charles Byrider A Friend Cheerleaders, 1967-1968 Chris and Marie Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Churchwell Class of '70 Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Coleman Colonial Florists Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Conn, Jr. Rock Conn Contemporary Construction Company Thomas Creelan '67 Cross Country Team Mr. and Mrs. Jere L. Crumrine Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Cryder Ronald Coleman Best Wishes To The Graduating Class Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Grismer Bros. "The Group" Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Gaffney Edward J. Gemind Gentner John A. Gill J. J. Gless Richard E. Gmerek F. W. Graf and Co. Warren B. Grote Fred L. Guinter George C. Haidnick M. J. Halaiko Steve Halaiko Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hart Heating and Air Conditioning Sal Mr. and Mrs. John Heffernan Highland Square Star Market Hoban Athletic Department '68 The John Hogan Family Jerome L. Halub, Atty. es and Service Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Hudock Irish Secretarial Club '68 Jefferson Cleaners Wm. H. Junker Family Ray Karg and Sons, Inc. Kelley's South Arlington Shell Kimberly Jewelry Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Klein Maribeth Klein Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Knight Council 547 Knights of Columbus Pat Kraft, Senior Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Kraft Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Krause The Ladies in the Cafeteria Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lorenzo Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lucas Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Luisi Lyle Chevrolet Thomas Lynch Mr. and Mrs. George Maischaider Mrs. Georgina M. Malanoff Helen Marcinko Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marcius Main's Pharmacy 1967-68 Maiorettes Marge and Rex Mr. and Mrs. John J. Matuska Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Meley Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Mellion Reverand Thomas D. Mclntyre Mr. and Mrs. James Messmore Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Metzler Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Mikolashek Mrs. E. J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mollica Reverend Father Vincent Moraghan Mrs. C. A. Morris Mutual Readers League of Northern Ohio A Friend Mr. and Mrs. James C. McCann Jeff McCann Mrs. Diane McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Naymik Dr. and Mrs. Thomas D. O'Neil Open Pantry Food Market Oriti's Food Palmer Furniture Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pappano Paramount Florists Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Paulus Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Pepperney Miss Mary Pepperney Sil Pianalto Construction Co. The George Petit Family Mr. and Mrs. John P. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rasinski Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Rennie Cheryl Rennie '63 Rich and Marie Mrs. Patricia Johnson Rodgers Mr. Matthew Rosenstock Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roten Mrs. Richardson, Mr. Rowe, T. O'Hare, Mr. Meyers, Mr. Walter Ware Mr. Gordon Shaffer, A.B.C. School of Music St. Paul's Cafeteria Salem Potato Chip Mr. Daniel P. Sauter Mr. and Mrs. Hans L. Schlictinq Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Schreiner, Jr. Compliments of Senecal Lumber Company Senior Boys Religion-Period 4 Senior Girls-Class of '68 Senior Class Officers Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Shaheen '68 Shamrock Editors Singer's Coffee Shop Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Singleton Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Skinner Dr. and Mrs. F. R. Sours Mr. and Mrs. Donald Speight "Squires Kennels" Randolph,.Ohio W. Henry Stallings, D.D.S. Star Engraving Company Mr. and Mrs. John Stitz Stow Bus No. 19 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Strecker Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Staudt Summit Buick, lnc. Terry, Mary, and Kathie Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Thaden Tim and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Tomei and Family Mr. and Mrs. John Tomko Town and Country Women's Club Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tynan Una Amiga Uncle Jack The Vincentian Staff Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Vukan Dr. S. V. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. William Walsh Walt, Paul, Steve, Gene, and Pogo Mr. and Mrs. John B. Watson Mr. and Mrs. C. F. "Jack" Weigand Emma R. Weigand Mr. and Mrs. R. Peters The Charles Philippi Family Compliments of Mr. Ed Wiolland Zinc Engravers acknowledgments Theme: The Second Spring-John Henry Newman Cover and Color End Sheets: Mr. Gene Baldensperger Photography: Mr. Gene Baldensperger, Mr. Roland Paolucci, Mr. Charles Pongracz, Mr. Don Freeman, Mr. No Publisher: Taylor Publishing Company Editors: Layout, Pat Hart, Associate Mary Pepperney: Copy, Vinceena Pianaltop Business, Elaine Marcius. Advisors: Layout, Sister M. Fabian, O.P.p Copy, Sister M. Aquin, O.P., Business, Mother M. Rosalia, O.P. rman Fitzgerald 64, 89, 113 Abell, Janis 35 Abernethy, Adrienne 27 Adams, John 33 Aidala, Paul 46, 54, 64, 88, 116, 117, 121 Ake, Christine 88 Ake, Michael 24 Albert, George 24, 55 Alexander, Marie 88 Allwin, Patricia 43, 51, 54, 62, Amer, James 23' Bisesi, Margaret 27 Bisheimer, Elizabeth 27 Bisheimer, Ann 14 Bisheimer, Gerard 21 Bisheimer, Joseph 30 Blank, Peter 20 Blewett, David 30, 51 Boarman, Daniel 24, 69 Boarman, Kathleen 14 Bohm, David 90 Bolesny, Karen 60, 90 Bolus, Mr. Michael 20, 55 index Carano, Joan 35 Carroll, John 84, 92 Caruso, Marianne 14 Carver, Ann 54 Casalin uovo, Anthony 92 Casalinuovo, John 30, 50, 63 Castner, John 33, 69, 73 Caston, Elaine 14 Caston, William 24 Chapman, Mark 24, 78 Cheerleaders 68, 69 Chem-Phy 57 Anderson, Nancy 14, 61 Androsky, Albert 88 Antognoli, Holly 27 Aquin, Sister 30 Aquinas, Sister 13 Armour, Michael 89 Aurand, Loretta 27 Boos, Joanne 27 Boos, Kathleen 14 Borovitz, Cynthia 14 Boston, Deborah 35 Botzum, Mary Beth 27, 69 Botzum, Susan 14 Ayers, Nancy 14 Bader, Mary 14 Bailey, Lawrence 30, 89 Bailey, Mary 35 Baker, Patricia 54 Balchak, Barbara 89 Banco, Marsha 90 Band 60 Banks, Gretchen 27 Barlow, Kathleen 90, 93 Barlow, Morgan 23, 63 Bames, George 21 Barr, Ralph 83, 85 Barr, Thomas 69, 74, 75, 77, 85, 90 Basketball 74 Battistuta, linda 54, 90 Bauer, Mrs. Marilyn 28 Baughman, Timothy 24, 85 Bayman, Thomas 55, 90 Beattie, Claudia 27 Beattie, Kevin 30 Beeching, Janet 56, 60 Benita, Sister 28 Bennett, Kathleen 14 Bennett, Marilyn 14 Benninger, John 20 Benson, Gary 23 Benson, Suzan 14 Bernard, Sister 37 Bertele, Mary Ann 14 Bertsch, David 21 Bertsch, Patricia 31, 34, 35 Botzum, Thomas 54, 84, 90, 1 13' Bouterse, James 21, 84 Boyer, Thomas 43, 54, 59, 62, 63, 64, 91, 113 Breiding, Kathleen 14 Bremer, Albert 24 Bremer, David 47, 91 Bremer, Robert 20 Brennan, Daniel 23 Brennan, Rebecca 22, 27 Brennan, Sean 21 Brigandi, Anthony 20 Brislinger, Rebecca 35 Brown, Gerard 91 Brown, Karen 54, 91 Brubach, Mr. Bruce 15, 37 Brunner, Dorothy 91 Brunner, Lois 14 Brunner, Margaret 27, 63 Bryson, Karen 14 Buckley, Richard 91, 97 Buehrle, Barry 30 Buescher, Miss Carolyn 26 Bungard, William 21, 60 Burg, Michelle 14 Burkhardt, Christine 91 Burkley, Theresa 51, 54, 63, 92, 113 Byron, Diane 14 Caiola, Carol 27 Capatosto, Maryanne 27 Capatosto, Mary Jo 14 Capatosto, Nancy 91 Chiurazzi, Jocelyn 27 Chorus 62, 63 Christ, Carol 44, 65, 92 Christensen, Karen 85 Christensen, Karol 27 Christian Action Corps 59 Christine, Sister 26 Churchwell, Mary Jane 92, 93, 101 Cianchetti, Martha 36 Ciancio, Elizabeth 14 Ciancio, Mark 45, 69 Ciborek, Kathleen 63 Cistone, Mr. John Clark, Cynthia 48, 92 Clark, Kevin 92 Clark, Stephen 58, 92 Clarke, Anthony 21, 82, 85 Coffman, Kenneth 33 Coleman, Ronald 50, 51, 60, 85, 93 Coletta, Joanne 35 Colianni, Karen 27 Colopy, Daniel 33, 83 Colopy, Matthew 20 Colopy, Paul 23, 85 Colpo, Barbara 27 Colpo, Jeann 35 Comeriato, Samuel 24 Compton, Kathleen 27 Conn, Richard 63, 93 Connor, Patrick 94 Conrad, Joseph 30, 55, 85 Conroy, Mary Catherine 94 Conry, Monsignor Edward B. 8 Cook, Miss Janice 14 Cook, Kathleen 54, 94 27, 68 46, 54, Cook, Marlena 14 Corall, Robert 23 Cornecelli, Carla 27, 63 Cornecelli, Joseph 33, 55, 69 Cornelius, Ernest 30, 40 Cornelius, William 21 Corraclini, Mary Jo 54, 69 Corradini, Robert 24 Costigan, Kathleen 35, 63 Costigan, Richard 23, 85 Cotruvo, Thomas 94 Cox, Robert 24, 83 Crano, Teresa 14 Creelan, Thomas 56, 94 Crookston, Cynthia 27 Crookston, Margaret 14 Crossland, Daniel 33 Crossland, Timothy 24 Crumrine, Lynn 43, 94 Cryder, Mr. Richard 24, 61, 62 CSMC 58, 59 Csonka, Mrs. Charles 13 Csonka, Charles 30, 94, 100 Culbertson, Denise 35 Dages, James 21, 62 Dalton, John 33, 56 Dalton, Margaret 27 Daly, Dennis 24, 69 Daly, Richard 21 D'Andrea, Joseph 30, 69, 72 Dannemiller, Gary 23, 85 David, Sister 26 Day, Jaqueline 14 Deagan, Colleen 48, 65, 94 Dedinsky, Christine 27 Dedinsky, Daniel 55, 95 Deitzer, Debbie 27 Delagrange, Elizabeth 27 Delagrange, Mary 95, 113 Delagrange, Thomas 95 Delagrange, Vincent 30, 69 Denholm, Elizabeth 14 Dente, Mary 14 Dente, Richard 33, 69 De Orio, Stephanie 25, 35 De Shon, Margaret 95 De Shon, Stephen 24 De Shon, Timothy 20 Destro, Robert 54, 63, 64, 95 1 13 Devany, Daniel 20 Devany, Grace 35 Devany, Thomas 21 Diantonia, Rebecca 14 Dies, Carol 27 Dies, Margaret 95 Dies, Mary 35, 54 Dies, Terrence 21 DiFeo, Joseph 21 DeFio, Mark 24, 69, 78 Dilullo, Anthony 20 Dimoff, Michael 24, 55 Dobbertin, John 24, 55 Dobbertin, Joseph 21 I Doerr, Robert 23, 63 Domanski, Margaret 14 Donataccio, Mary 35 Doria, Frances 35 Dowling, Bruce 20 Dukerich, Karen 27 Dukerich, Lawerence 54, 59, 64, 65, 83, 96, 117 Dunlavy, Carolyn 14 Dunlavy, Margaret 95 Dunn, Carol 27 Dunn, Diane 44, 45, 51, 95 Dunn, Eugene 23 Dunn, Mrs. Martha 28 Dunphy, Karen 27 Durbin, Timothy 68, 69, 70, 74, 75, 96 Durkee, Barbara 96 Durkee, Patricia 27 Dzuris, Joseph 33, 74, 83' Ede, Janet 44, 96 Elam, Wanda 14 Emanuele, Thomas 23, 50, 60 Endress, Patrick 30, 69, 74 Endress, Susan 27 Englehart, Jeanne 14 Engler, Jerome 30, 45, 69 Enright, Jeffery 23 Enright, Mary 44, 54, 65, 97 Evanicki, Monica 14 Fabian, Sister 35 Fabrizio, Janet 35 Fagan, Theresa 14 Falb, Bruce 20 Farr, Jeanne 27 Fenwick, Joan 31, 34, 35, 54 Fields, Monica 35 Fiocca, Christine 14 Fisher, Dianne 27, 56 Fisher, Mary 24, 97 Flannery, Susan 97 Flannigan, Linda 61, 97 Flege, Thomas 20 Fletcher, Michelle 98 Flynn, Jeanne 44, 61, 98 Fogre, Michael 21 Football 69 Ford, Gerald 24, 63 Foster, Lawrence 33 France, Kevin 30 Franz, Dennis 98 Fritsch, Thomas 23 Fry, Elizabeth 51, 54, 62, 63, 98, 117 Fry, Michael 20 Future Physicians 56 Future Teachers 54, 55 Gabler, Lawrence 20 Gaffney, Dennis 98 Gaffney, Janis 27 Galati, Anthony 31, 33, 34, 54, 69 Galati, Basil 21 Galizio, Leonard 34, 98 Gannon, Patrick 24, 63 Gannon, Charles 30, 60 Garrett, Elizabeth 98, 30 Garrett, William 24, 69 Gemind, Karen 98 Geneva, Edward 30, 57 Gentner, James 99 George, Sandra 27 Gerbasi, Linda 35 Gerbasi, Susan 27 Gerrlor, Carol 96, 99 Gesquiere, Fredrick 20 Gibson, Helen 14 Giffles, Catherine 35 Giffles, Patricia 24, 99 Gilbo, Jennifer 29 Gilbo, Timothy 20 Gilbride, Craig 33, 83 Gilbride, Mary 14 Gill, James 83, 85, 99 Gill, Mary as Gill, Michael 20 Gingo, Raymond 23, 55, 61 Gless, Blanche 35, 60 Gmerek, Stanlwy 23, 69, 85 Godal, Cheryl 99 Goehler, David 21 Gorbach, Gregory 24 Graber, James 69, 99 Graf, Judith 44, 54, 69, 99 Graf, Lawerence 33, 61, 69, 71, 72, 78, 79, 84 Graf, Mary Eileen 29, 69, 71 Green, Ronald 30, 52, 69, 70, 71, 72, 83, 85 Greissing, Edward 41, 57, 99 Grible, Andrea 14 Grifa, Rebecca 100 Griffith, Dane 21 Griffith, Robert 21 Griffiths, Charlene 100 Grote, Lawrence 55, 58, 100 Grote, Paul 21, 55 Gunn, Mrs. Midge 43 Haidnick, Susan 54, 100 Halaiko, J. Michael 40, 46, 48 51, 56, 97,100,116 Halaiko, Patrick 56 Hardy, Barbara 29 I Harmon, Christine 100 Harrington, Patricia 29 Hart, James 21 Hart, Patrick 50, 64, 65, 83, 93, 100 Hartlaub, Joseph 33, 54, 72 Hartman, Bonnie 57, 100 Hatton, Katherine 29 Heffernan, Racine 102 Heffernan, Sharon 29 Heislman, Colette 16 Hellwig, Raymond 49, 102 Helmkamp, Catherine 35 Henretta, Patricia 29 Henry, Denise 29 Hentges, James 21, 55 Hermann, Janice 29 Herschel, Mr. George 22 Hilkert, Rebecca 16, 58 Hogan, Christine 16 Hogan, Elizabeth 102 Hohas, Richard 24 Holleran, Catherine 24, 102 Horan, Dennis 20 Horan, Margaret 102 Horrigan, Mr. Terrance Howard, .loan 16 Howard, Robert 102 Huddleston, John 24 Hudock, Thomas 54, 102, 113 Huryn, Valerie 16 Huth, Karen 16 14, 71 lmes, Patricia 35 lnama, Gary 21 Irish Secretarial 56, 57 Issenman, Bishop Clarence G. 8 Jacksits, Lawrence 33 Jacobs, Janice 16 Jahant, Nancy 16 Janchar, Victoria 29 Jeffers, Patrick 20 Jessie, Steven 33, 56, 74, 83 Johnson, Chris 27, 102, 113 Johnson, Diane 24 Johnson, Janet 35 Johnson, Lana 16 Johnson, Lon 19, 24, 63 Johnson, Michael 21 Johnson, William 20 Jones, Debra 16 Jones, Mary Ann 103, 100 Jones, Ronald 23, 63 Jonke, Edwad 24, 69 Josette, Sister 25 Julianne, Sister 18 Junker, Mary Anne 32, 62, 47, 56, 103 Jurkoshek, Albert 33 Kacsanek, Debra 16 Kalaman, Kathleen 29 Kalgreen, Andrew 21 Kalgreen, Susan 33, 54, 103, 113 Kane, Joyce 35 Kane, Marie 103' Kane, Robert 31, 103 Kannel, Carol 35 Karl, Michael 24 Kaufmann, Miss Mary 15 Keith, Robert 33, 69 Kellog, John 103 Kelly, David 49, 83, 103 Kelly, Rosemary 16 Kelly, Stephen 30 Kelly, Thomas 74, 83 Kempel, Kathleen 16 Killian, Timothy 24 King, Beverly 29 King, Mary Ann 35 Kinney, Judith 103 Kish, S. Michael 74, 76, 104 Klein, Maribeth 46, 54, 58, 59, 104, 117 Klein, Robert 21 Knapp, Cynthia 104 Knepper, Gail 16 Knight, Ann Marie 29, 60 , Knight, John 23, 69 Knight, Patricia 35, 54, 69 Kochis, Donna 35, 54, 69 Koal Kolar, David 30 Kolb, Thomas 30 Kolton, Rebecca 63', 104 Koneff, Mary Ellen 16 Kouri, Kandis 16 Kraft, Patricia 105 Krause, Karen 35 Krumeich, Michelle 105 Kunylo, Ernest 20 Kurta, Cynthia 55 Kurta, Katherine 16, 35 Kus, Jeanette 54, 60, 63, 105 Kuzmik, Michael 24, 55, 61, 85 Laatsch, Francis 30, 54, 69 Lalli, Judith 16 Lamonica, Laura 35, 60 Lemusga, Diane 35, 54 Lang, Susan 16 Lash, Clifford 23 Latham, Eileen 35 Lavery, Brian 24, 69 Lavery, Evelyn 16 Lavery, Mary Ann 29 Lavery, Paul 69, 105 Lavery, Theresa 16 Lavery, Veronica 16 la Vol, Lee 20 Lawthers, Robert 21 Lecon, Sarah 35 Lenihan, Carol 16 Lenke, Kathleen 35 Leon, James 106 Leonhard, Ann Marie 35 Leonhard, Phillip 24 Leskanic, Joseph 20 Lesniak, Mary 29 Lewellen, Mary 63 Linehan, Diane 29 Linn, Michael 20 Lobello, Joanne 29, 69 Lombardo, Marie 29 Longville, Richard 69, 70, 74, 106 Lonsbuvy, Paul 21 Lorenzo, Jo Ann 26, 29, 56, 68, 71 Lorenzo, Michael 33, 69 Lovelace, James 20 Lovelace, Lynn 35, 63' Lucas, Deborah 64, 65, 106 Lucas, John 24 Lucas, Patricia 36 Lucas, Rita 16 Lynch, Kathleen 16 Lynch, Pamela 36 McCann, Michael 55, 60, 107 McCorkle, Kathleen 29 McCormick, Judy 64, 107 McDermott, John 30, 42, 60 McDermott, Joseph 21 McDermott, Marcia 104, 107 McDermott, Thomas 107 McDonald, Kevin 21 McDonald, Robert 22, 33, 37 84 McDowell, Patricia 29 McGrady, Molly 36 McGrevey, Colleen 36 McGuckin, Carol 16 McGuckin, Noreen 107 McGuckin, John 24 Mclntyre, James 30, 69 McKeiver, Donna 29 McKoski, John 21 McSweeney, Edward 78, 83, 107 McSweeney, Ellen 29 Mackey, Pola 16 Madden, Catherine 29, 60 Madden, Terrence 30 Maglione, Isabelle 16 r Maha ley, 'Joseph 30 Maischaider, Rita 43, 106 Maior, Beverly 36 Maiorkiewicz, John 24, 74, 83, 85 Malecky, Michael 24, 69, 84 Maltarich, Barbara 16 Maltarich, Robert 33, 54, 61, 69, 85 Manson, Monica 16 Marcius, Elaine 34, 64, 106 Marie, Sister 12, 46 Marino, Deborah 16 Mariola, Thomas 41, 69, 106, 113 Markovich, Gregory 69, 106 Marshall, Susan 36 Martin, Nancy 22, 29, 63 Martin, Mrs. Wilma 18 Mason, Nancy 29, 63 Matuschak, Thomas 30, 69 Matuska, Patricia 106 Maynard, Edward 33 Maynord, Nancy 16 Mazur, Regina 54, 64, 107, 1 17 Medvitz, Kathleen 29 Meley, Joseph 36, 84, 107 Mellion, Elizabeth 50, 51, 54, 63, 69, 108 Mellion, Joseph 21 Merendino, Frank 23, 69 Mertzweiler, Edward 22, 23, 69 Merzweiler, Mark 31, 108 Mesek, Michael 30, 78 Metzler, Michael 24, 63, 74 Metzler, Robert 32, 51, 108 Meyer, William 33, 36, 69 Michel, Lawrence 33, 85 Mikolashek, Joseph 108 Miller, Kathleen 36, 48, 60 Miller, Pamela 29, 60 Miller, Terry 30, 48, 60 Miller, Vicki 36, 60 Milner, Janice 29 Modern Music Masters 62 Mollica, Annette 109 Monica, Sister 13 Pianalto, Vinceena 54, 56, 59 65, 110 Pianelli, Mary 29 Pickerell, Mary Lou 119 Pitts, Richard 20 Montabqnel Robert' 20 P1dC3l'11Ca, Eileen 36 Montalto, Mary 29 Moraghan, Father 8, 9, 33, 34,4 47 Morris, Donald 109 Morris, Lucy 29, 60 Mosher, Thomas 20 Mundy, Mary 36, 63 Munka, Kathryn 16 Murphy, Margaret 36 Murphy, Roseanne 57, 109 Murray, Edward 21 Myers, Mary 29 Myers, Michael 109 Nardella, Gabriel 20 National Honor Society 54 Maymik, Mr. Lawrence 28, 72 Neff, Christian 29 Nixon, Jane 29 O'Brian, Stephen 21 Ochsenhirt, David 30, 74, 83, 85 O'Connor, Michael 24 Offart, Janelle 29 O'Hare, Mr. Terrence 16, 84 Olson, David 20 Olson, Evelyn 10, 45, 69, 110 Ondack, Daniel 20 O'Neill, Margaret 16 Pacenta, Richard 24, 56 Paciorkiewicz, Kathleen 36 Palmer, Mary 16 Pappano, Janet 55, 110 Pappano, Marilyn 29 Parker, Debra 16 Parkinson, Janet 36 Pastor, Paul 33' Pastor, Penny 16 Paulus, Arlene 36 Paulus, Carol 110 Payerle, Dennis 24 Penrocl, Karen 36 Pepperney, Bonnie 36, 56 Pepperney, Mary 40, 46, 64, 110 Perry, Diane 29 Pesko, Cheryl 24, 36 Peters, Sandra 17, 51, 60, 110 Petit, Rita 36, 60 Pfister, Monica 16 Phillips, Edward 30, 85 Phillips, Mary Ellen 29 Pianalto, Rosanna 16 Poda, Christopher 55, 110 Poda, Jennifer 29, 62 Polenavitch, Donna 29 Poppenhouse, Patricia 29 Poppenhouse, Thomas 20 Pozuc, Francine 16 Quinn, Katherine 96, 110 Quinn, Mary 29 Racco, James 55, 111 Ransweiler, Edmund 48, 60, 111 Rasinski, Timothy 69, 111 Ray, Catherine 19 Reaman, Mark 98, 111, 120 Reese, Thomas 55, 111 Reitenbach, Joseph 20 Rennie, Kathleen 56, 62, 64, 1 11 Renzi, Christine 19 Renzi, Josephine 29, 63 Reymann, Colette 36 Rich, Vincent 74, 83, 85 Richardson, Mrs. Luanne 20 Ricker, Frank 69, 111 Riegler, Carol 19 Riegler, Susan 36 Rinella, Richard 20 Riordan, Michael 24 Rittman, Margaret 19 Rittman, Margaret 19 Rittman, Maryann 29, 63 Ritzert, Patricia 29 Roach, Anne 19 Roberts, Karen 25, 36 Roetzel, Karen 19 Roetzel, Susan 36 Roke, Gloria 36 Roman, Charlette 19 Rongone, Christine 36 Rosalia, Mother 22 Rosato, Sharon 19 Roten, Theresa 3'6, 41, 60 Rowe, Mr. Gerald 25 Royer, Anne 36, 58 Royer, John 33, 83, 85 Royer, Richard 33, 51, 54 Ruby, Joseph 96, 111 Russo, Russo, Catherine 19 Mary 44, 54, 61, es, 112 Ruth, Daniel 56, 47, 69, 84, 112 Salsky, John 33 Sauter, Elizabeth 54, 113 Sawan, Mrs. Mary 31, 38 Scarpellini, Cynthia 36, 44 Scarpellini, Lorrie 19 Schaetzle, Catherine 36, 63 Schaetzle, Janine 56, 49, 63, 65, 112 Schafer, Timothy 21 Scheatzle, Diane 112 Scheatzle, Stephen 23 Schlichting, Mary 29, 61 Schimidt, Deborah 36, 54 Schindewolt, Thomas 48, 85, 1 12 Schmitz, John 20 Schreiner, Elizabeth 112 Schubert, Jane Schultz, Carol 19 Sear, Nancy 112, 120 Sehika, Lynn 29 Sehika, Patricia 113 Seidell, Christine 60, 113 Seiler, Kathleen 96, 114 Selby, Jill 29 Selby, John 24 Severt, John 24, 85 Shafer, Mary 29, 60 Shaheen, Janice 24, 36, 61 Shaheen, Patricia 65, 114 Shamrock 64, 65 Shannon, Marta 29 Sharnsky, Mark 20 Sharpp, Warren 23, 69, 84, 85 Shaughnessy, Daniel 23, 78 Shaughnessy, Kathleen 59, 114 Shaul, Ann 29, 59 Shaw, Barbara 43, 114 Shaw, Lorie 19 Shedlosky, Peter 68, 69, 78, 81, 114 Shields, Stephanie 19 Siegferth, Joan 29 Siglock, Carl 50, 63, 113, 114 Sigmund, Judith 19 Skinner, Jerry 56, 113, 114 Skinner, John 22, 24, 69 Sloan, Thomas 30, 78, 80 Slovski, John 114 Slovski, Marion 29 Smith Donald 33, 78 Smith, Kenneth 65, 115 Smith Michelle 44, 56, 115 Smith, Rebecca 29 Smith Roberta 29 Smith, Susan 29, 63 Smith, Mr. Timothy 36, 76 Somocly, William 21 Sonderman, Patricia 25, 29, 68 Sonderman, Sally 17, 54, 115 Souers, Ann 19, 29 Souers, Martha 115 Spallino, Christine 36 Sparhawk, Thomas 30, 69 Sparhawk, William 21 Speight, Margaret 43, 62, 115, 117 Speight, Mary 29 Spinelli, Frank 20 Sprain, Cynthia 29 Stadleman, James 30, 54, 55, 60, 85 Stalter, Robert 24, 69, 84 Stampli, Jean 19 Stasik, Kathleen 19 Staudt, Mary 35, 48, 60, 62, 115 Staudt, Patricia 19 Staudt, Robert 33, 69, 85 Stempfel, Mary 36 Stephenson, Alice 29, 60 Stevens, Deborah 19 Stevens, Pamela 35 Stimler, Nancy 19 Stitz, Nancy 115 Strebler, Timothy 30, 54 Strecker, Kathleen 36, 69 Stringle, Jerome 63 Struckel, Robert 30, 83 Student Council 56 Stuhldeher, Justin 24 Sutter, Albert 31, 69, 93, 115 Sutter, Michelle 19 Sutter, Robert 30, 54, 69 Sutter, William 33 Swenson, Christine 36 Swenson, Phyllis 19 Testa, Susan 36, 68 Tetzel, Bernadette 36 Tetzel, Robert 34 Thaden, Paula 49, 54, 62, 63, 64, 113, 116 Thomas, Sandra 116 Thornburg, Donna 36, 42 Tierney, Michael 23 Tighe, Martha 19 Titus, Mary 23, 36 Tobin, Regina 19 Tomei, Frederick 31, 33, 34, 69 Tomei, Lawrence 117 Tomko, Jon 24 Trares, Bernadette 36, 60 Trecaso, Joseph 37, 49, 78, 81, 116 Trecaso, Michael 30, 33, 78, 80 Trotter, Mary 29 Twardowski, Timothy 21 Tynan, Elizabeth 117 Tynan, Sheila 36, 63 Urdiales, Lawerence 33 Urdiales, Ramon 30 Van Meer, Jonne 116 Vaughan, Julianne 36, 54 Villers, Charles 30, 69, 85 Vincent, Sister 16 Vincent, Rita 19 Vincenieen Boosters 61 Vincentian 58, 59 Visual Aids 55 Volkmore, Kathryn 19 Vukan, Christine 113, 118 Walter, Sister 18 Walzer, Christine 118 Walzer, 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