Stillwater High School - Cahotatea Yearbook (Stillwater, NY)
- Class of 1974
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What we feel is gratitude and respect.
Something happens to a class in its senior year, something that no one can really understand.
Seniors begin to mellow, to appreciate the good teacher, the teacher who is dedicated, the teacher
who can be teacher and human being at the same time without sacrificing one for the other, a
teacher like Mrs. Frances Butler.
We'd like to thank Mrs, Butler for the years that she has unselfishly dedicated herself to guiding
the preparation of yearbooks Stillwater can be proud of and for the many ideas that we have
obtained from those books. We admire you, Mrs. Butler, and have taken this opportunity to thank
The Class of 1974
With feelings of nostalgia and some of sorrow, we will
soon leave high school. But before we place SCS in our
memories, we would like to thank a very special someone
who has played an important part in shaping our stay here.
As a teacher and a friend, she has invested part of herself
in our class something for which we will always be
grateful. With her guidance and leadership, we have faced
many high school problems and conquered them. Certainly
these experiences have contributed as much to our edu-
cation as our classroom instruction-a field in which she has
When we were freshmen, we entered high school with a
bad reputation and in search of two advisors to assist us in
carrying on our class functions. She volunteered to become
one of them. With her diligence and unselfish devotion to
help us, our class treasury rapidly swelled and secured its
place as one of the largest in this wschoolis history. Again
this year, she came to our aid when we were in need of a
We can never repay her for all she has done for us as a
friend, teacher, and advisor. lt is with great pleasure that
we, the graduating class of Stillwater Central School, dedi-
cate our yearbook, The 1974 Warrior, to Miss Anita Bon-
neville with affection, gratitude, and sincerity.
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MR. F. DONALD MYERS
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BOARD OF EDUCATION: SEATED: Mr. D. Bruno, Mrs. J. Osborn, and Mr. E. Smith. STANDING: Mr. R. Morby, Mr. R. Dantz, Mr. S.
Urbaetis, Mr. S. Jay VanVranken, Mr. D. Ferris, and Mr. G. Brewster.
, , V, MR. CURTIS BRISTOL
MR. ANTHONY CARUSO MR. ROBERT QUINN
Elementary Principal High School Principal
English And Language
MRS. BUTLER Chairman
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MR. BORST - Chairman MR. FARNAN
MR. RENADETTE - Chairman
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MR. MacDOUGALL MRS. MORMILE A Chairman
MR. HOUSTON - Chairman
MR. VAN BU REN
MR. LOGGINS MRS. TROMBLEY
MR. LILAC MR. SCHMIDT
MR. CONNOR MR. BRADLEY
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upil Personnel Services
MRS. BOYCE MRS. BUHAC
Nurse School Psychologist
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MRS. CAMPBELL MRS. HICKEY MRS. KUSHNEIR
Secretary Office Manager Bookkeeper
MRS. MULLADY MRS. LaBELLE
Secretary to Mr. Sandora Secretary to Mr. Quinn
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This year was the
tirst year that the Math
Club opened mem-
bership to students in
grades seven through
twelve. The activities of
the organization not
only broaden the math-
ematical minds of the
members but also prove
that math can be fun.
Meetings are held at
the convenience ot' the
members and their ad-
visor, Mr. Renadette.
At the meetings some
students design and ar-
range bulletin boards
while others work on
math mobiles and two
The Stillwater Chapter of the National
Honor Society was granted a charter in
1954. lts members are inducted annually in
the spring with an impressive candlelight
The membership is composed of students
in the junior and senior classes. Probationary
members are chosen from the sophomore
class and accepted into full membership in
their junior year, providing that they con-
tinue to uphold the four qualities.
The students excel not only in Scholar-
ship, but also in Character, Leadership and
Service. When a student is initiated into this
society, he knows he has earned honor
through hard work and diligence,
The 1974 Warrior
Stall' started working
the first full week of
school. We have been
working ever sinee to
make our yearbook one
that everyone will re-
member many years
Long, hard hours
went into the Warrioref
endless meetings, end-
less decisions, mounting
tension as deadlines
neared and the constant
threat ot' Mr. Sloan's
knowledge that we have
created a memorable
keepsake will be our
We have enjoyed
working elosely with
our advisors, Miss Bon-
neville and Mrs. Mor-
mile, and hope we have
provided a lasting trib-
ute to our sehool and
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Secretarial Service Club
The Secretarial Service Club is an organization of
hard Working, enthusiastic girls who do general secre-
tarial work for teachers. They type. tile, duplicate. and
help teachers in any way they can. This club is com-
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pletely voluntary. The only reward the girls receive for
their work is the general gratitude of the faculty and the
increased knowledge ol practical office procedures.
ln a school of this size, the
Student Council is not often
called upon to make crucial
decisions. lt does, however,
serve as a focal point for stu-
dent action and encourage
the expression of student
As the community grows,
so Will the school. The Stu-
dent Council will be prepared
to accept the responsibilities
that the future will present
and anticipates the challenge.
The SHARC is a group of students, under the advisorship of
Mr. Evans IWAQQWFJ, who pursue the benefits and interests of
Amateur Radio. The club seeks the educational benefits ot' Ama-
teur Radio and tries to spread interest in radio communications
throughout the school. 73's from SHARC to SCS.
The members of the Library Club, many of whom are in the
seventh and eighth grades, are knowledgeable about books and
skillful in explaining library resources to other students. Without
the club, the library could not functionr
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Many hours of hard work and study were required of the students who participated in the Paris trip. Attempting to
finance their ten-day trip, the students exhibited originality in the fund-raising projects they organized. On a windy afternoon
in November, six hundred colorful balloons drifted over Stillwater's treetops as the balloon race began. ln February the
student body puzzled over a photographic display of faculty noses as they tried to match noses and faculty members. Candy
sales, food sales, and French perfume sales also aided students in financing the trip.
The students studied the French monetary system, culture, language, and maps of the Metro in preparation for the trip.
The trip was their reward. Blisters, cryptic menus, early breakfasts and late-evening exhaustion were well balanced by
formal and informal tours of the fabulous city, delicious foods eaten by candle light at the leisurely French pace. newly
formed friendships, and a warm feeling of having experienced the Paris that a native knows.
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Band affords students in grades seven through
twelve the opportunity to develop their musical tal-
ents as individuals and to experience a sense ot' unity
and success as part of an organized group. Partici-
pating in band means not only rushed lunches and
hours of practice but also hours ot' enjoyment and
fun under the kind direction of Mr. Saetta.
Stillwater is proud ot' its band as it performs a
variety of pieces from Brahms to Bacharach in pa-
rades, at games and neighboring schools. and. especi-
ally, at the traditional Christmas concerts which de-
light and unite the student body.
While many of the productions of the Dra-
matics Club are performed smoothly and effec-
tively, few fail to realize the hard work and effort
put into every play. There are many tedious re-
hearsals, missed meals, and late nights at the
school while homework waits to be done. Then
comes opening night when everyone is scurrying
about the dressing rooms trying to find their cos-
tumes, to put on their makeup, and to go through
that one last line rehearsal, Before long curtain call
is announced, the cast is showered with applause,
and it all seems worthwhile.
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President ..... Kevin Connor
Vice President . . :GeoffBreWster
Secretary . . . .... Joe Spear
Treasurer . . . . . .Terry Baker
The main purpose of the Varsity Club is to initiate school spirit through the promotion of the
school,s athletic teams. All members of this organization possess at least a varsity letter in either
football, basketball, wrestling, or track. Through the dedication of young men to athletics, the
varsity club is a growing organization.
Girls' Intramural Club
The objectives of the club members are to develop physical fitness, to improve mental and emotional health, and
to use leisure time more effectively. Participation in the club also increases appreciation of the value of sports-
manship, teamwork, and the talents of others.
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With the fine coaching of Head Coach Mike Lilac and Coaches Ken Schmidt and Joe Farnan, the 1973
Warrior Football Team had a rebuilding year. After the loss of 13 lettermen via the graduation route and
with the return of only four veteran players, field experience was limited, Even thoughthe team did not
have a winning season Q0-7-lj, its members gave one hundred percent. Senior quarterback Kevin Connor
was in control of most of the games. Junior backs Bruce Bochette and Tom Boucher did tremendous
running to keep up with the excellent passing ofConnor. The blocking ofsenior tackles Geoff Brewster and
"Duke,7 DeCota was outstanding.
The field performances of three players earned them special recognition and awards. Junior Bruce
Bochette was named All League Defensive Halfback. Senior Bill Moore received honorable mention for All
League Middle Linebacker, and junior Tom Boucher received honorable mention for All League Fullback.
We are proud of the effort our 1973 Warrior Football Team displayed this yearg and with eleven
sophomores and seven juniors returning for action, We are sure the 1974 Warriors will have a Winning
, of l -it
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Bill Moore Kevin Connor Duke De Cotu
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The Varsity Basketball team finished in the middle of the tough Washington County
League. Their record of 9-10 carried them into the second round of the sectionals.
The team was led by the skillful ball handling and scoring of guards Kevin Connor and
Bruce Bochette, the great rebounding and scoring ofGeoff Brewster and Carl Travis, and
the all around good playing and hustling of Artie Baker. For the first time in many years,
a freshman, Gibby Travis, played an important role as Coach looked to the bench for
Seniors Kevin Connor, Geoff Brewster, Artie Baker, and Allen Stanley will be greatly
missed: but several promising juniors and one freshman will be returning to form a good
nucleus for next year's team.
The 1973-74 Junior-Varsity Basketball team began the season at a slow start this year,
losing many close ball games, but wagered a fantastic comeback by winning five oftheir
last six games, the last game being an overtime victory against Greenwich. Coach
MacDougall received some fine scoring this year from freshman Tom Phillips and the
hustling dynamic duo of Tim Daigle and Ray Callahan. Also, some fine rebounding this
year was done by 6'4" Jim VanZorge.
Coach is very optimistic that next year's players will be able to fill the spots left vacant
by the loss of this yearis team.
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Under the determined leadership of
Coach Schmidt, the Varsity Wrestling
team had another fine year. Even though
the team was young and in a rebuilding
state with five starting sophomores, it
compiled an impressive 1 l-5 record.
Andy Maciariello, Gary Wanek, and
Mike Kardash all took second place in the
Washington County League Tournament.
Terry Baker, Jell' Robbins, Gary Wanek,
Mike Kardash, and Bill Stanley placed
second in the Maple Hill Christmas Tour-
nament. In the D 84 E sectionals Andy
and Terry took runner-up positions while
Mike took first. At the Albany run-offs
Andy took a respectable 4th place finish.
The Junior Varsity team, coached by
Mr. Rollands, also exhibited laudable per-
formance. Some fine wrestlers from this
squad will be an asset to Mr. Schmidt
Another new dimension added to
wrestling this year was the 7th and 8th
grade team under the supervision of Mr.
Fitzpatrick. This team holds the stars of
Stillwater looks toward next season
with an optimistic view even though they
will be without the services of Co-Cap-
tains Gary Wanek, Terry Baker, Andrew
Maciariello, Frank Kardash, and first-year
wrestler Bill Stanley.
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The Stillwater J. V. Baseball Team finished its 1973 season
with a record of 11-8. The team was made up of 10 Freshmen
and 3 Sophornores. Most ofthe pitching was done by Sophomore
Steve Marshall whose record was 443 and an ERA of 1:87, and
Freshman John Santa Barbara with a record of 6-3 and an ERA
of 2:40. The team's leading hitter with a .333 average was
Freshman Greg Mahar.
The Stillwater Varsity Baseball Team gathered lo wins
against 6 losses during regular season play and llinishetl a
strong second in the Washington County League. The
climax of the season came when the Warriors defeated
Galway in a record-breaking 18 innings to become the new
Class D Section Two baseball champions.
The shadow of replacement hangs over the Warriors. The
brightness ofthe future rests with our fine J.V. prospects to
whom the coaching stalt' looks fo' another strong league
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1973 Track Team
ln his third year at the helm, Coach MacDougall had one ot
the largest turnouts for track in the history ofthe school. Decisive
victories were earned over Waterford and Hoosick Falls. Many
achievements ol' the team occurred at the League Meet in Schuy-
lerville. Fine performances were put in by Robert Ether, Joe
Robison, and the 880-relay team. Also, StillWater's pole vaulter,
Paul Rivers, won the league championship in this event. During
the season, he broke his own school record that he had set in
1973 with a vault of ll feet. According to Coach MacDougall,
Paul was one of the best vaulters in Stillwateris history. Another
record was set during the year by the two-mile relay team of Tom
Boucher, Mitch Bouyea, Joe Mehan, and Mike Kardash who ran
it in 9 :35:9.
With the nucleus of last year's team returning, the 1974
Warriors should have plenty of dedication, determination, and
desire to win and surpass the new school records set in 1973.
The Yearbook Stall' regrets that pictures of the 1973
track meets are not available.
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MRS. HOWE - El. Librarian
MRS. GRUBER - El. P.E.
MR. NOTTKE - El. Art
MR. GOVERSKI - El. P.E.
MRS. CARNEY - El. Building Secretary
MRS. FLAHERTY - El. Nurse
MRS. HUNTER - El. Music
MRS. FITZPATRICK -- El. Wing Secretary
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JUNE ALSTON ARTHUR PATRICK BAKER
Jim, Chris, and Ann . . . troublemaker . . . "Artis" . . . Cathy . . . how to skip school
Mustang . . . Bodine . . . Telephone and not get caught . . . potatoes
BRIAN KENNETH BAKER
The man . . . Bette Midler . . . "I wasn't
born to live up to the expectations of the
JOHN T. BAKER KATHLEEN A. BAKER
"Bake" . . . "But I only ate a little bit, Mr. "Bake" . , . Junior Queen . . . spaghetti . . .
Schmidt" . . . top wrestler . . . Bugs Bunny "Give Up!"
Future minister . . . red . , . seen with broth-
er Ricky . . . seafood
GEOFFREY F. BREWSTER MARISE JAYNE BRYAN ANTHONY JOHN BULLIS
'Fedgern . . . the strength of twenty men "Morris,' . . . Pat and Cindy . . . Mr. Havens, "Bucky" . . . long-haired freak . . . outdoors
. . . Gerry . . . ACTION 4th . . . Constellation man . . . girls, Buttons, girls
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BRUCE DAVID BUSSING
'gBuss" . . . Nancy . . . 'Tm telling" . .
working at games
KEVIN MICHAEL CONNOR
Kathy Reilly . . . Stillwater History . . . a
letics . . . pro-baseball
CHRISTY ANN CALICCHIA MICHAEL A. CAMEROTA
"Crist" . . . "That was really fantastic!" . . g'Cammy" , , , rage Car driver , , , deer
talking with her hands . . . Lake George meat . . . blue and white '57 Ford
NANCY L. COON ' ELAINE MARIE COWIN
"Hey Buddyn , . . Bruce . . . cats . . . likes "Effie" . . . seen with Barb . . . "Oli my
summer . . . dislikes winter God" . , . eating . . . fruiting around
MICHELE ROSANN CRAMMOND
"Shelley" . . . anti-Women's Lib . . . known
for being herself. . . Lennon
MARK D. DeCOTA N
"Duke" . . . his blue truck . . . "That's ex-
tra" . . . ears, ears, cars
LORNA JEAN CUKROVANY DEBRA DANTZ
"Cukernowsky" . . . skinny dipping . . . "What do you want a medal?" . . . Jim Mor-
"Can I have a pass to the nurse?" . . . her gun . . . getting married in June . . . BOCES
long Polish nose
DEBRA DEMERS 10 ANN DUQQAN ROBERT EDWARD FINIGAN
"CC," . , . pancakes . . . Horses and hunting' ffpugiev, , , Kia and J ,... "Hey, you Geneva . . . Ford Mustang. . . We're An
" ' FFA guys!" . . . Known for her brains'?'? . . . lst American Band - ' ' Grand Funk
Homecoming Queen . . . O.M.lf.
BRUCE EDWARD GRONCZNIAK WILLIAM I. HARRIS, JR. CINDY GRACE ISHKANIAN
Hunting and fishing . . . likes study hall. . . Known for getting caught . . , relaxing. . . Alvin, Riill, and Kathy . . . K'You're kid-
join the service . . . snowmobile clubs brownies . . . any and all colors dinglln . . . talking on the phone. . . dislikes
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"Not too shabby!" . . . golf, hockey. . . en- "Skip" . . . Vicki . . , "Hurtin' for certain" Horse . . . Black . . . Skiing and Racing . . .
joying life . . . being quitc mild mannered . . . Basketball Jones . . . likes girls Absenteeism
KIM MARIE LA BARGE
Tim . . . 'Tm hungry' . . . ceramics. . .
skiing . . . Junior Prom Queen
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LAURIE OGONOWSKI LUDWICK BARBARA ANN MARSHALL
"Sounds good" . . . pickles . . . Joe . . , being "Barb" . . . stretching exercises . . . Dust- 'gMcCIanakIootZ
insane . . . to be a truck driver cr . . . seen with Eff . . . Chicago Mac and pizza . .
PATRICIA MARIE MCLAUGHLIN KENNETH F, MEDINA DONALD J. MEHAN
"Pat" . . . Shorthand II . . . beer . . . going C.B ..., Arctic Cat . . . Red . . . known for "Don" . . . hamburgers . . . green . . . likcs
out every night . . . to be a nurse playing with electricity motorcycles . . . dirt bike riding
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MARTIN WILLIAM MEHAN CATHERINE ANNE MESSORE STEPIIEN MILLS
Fox . . . drinking . . . Genesee . . . "Mess" . . . being tall . . . "wicked" . . ,likes His car . . , favorite class A Lunch
N.Y.S.T.A .... likes bar rooms . . .black Tim and wine . . . to be ajoekey 4-H . . . farming . . . Neil Diamond
WILLIAM DAVID MOORE
Nitske A- "No. 66" . . . trapping. . . the
camp . . . "How we doing'?', . . .likes the
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"Kathy" . . . ketchup with french fries . . . "Niecy"'. . . PURPLE!! . . . 2-LL's . . . likes
Ed . . . known for being crazy . . .seen with writing and reading . V. . to be a reporter
Rita and Cindy
SALLY LEE NOBLES LINDA DENISE NOCITO
'gSal" . . . short hair cuts . . . seen with "Bone" . . . my horse, Chad . . . my dog,
Eun . . . "trick or treat" . . . "anybody got Snooky . . . Paul and Allen . . . her laugh '
anything to eat,
LYNNE E. NELSON
Nursing . . . Alan Alda . . . "to love and be
loved" . . . posters, nicknaeks, and doodads
ANN S. NOONAN
"Armen . . . Olds. 442 . . . Bobby, Buck, and
June . . . motorcycles
WILLIAM PAUL PATENAUDE ROGER E. ROBBINS LAURENCE RUSSOM
"Booey" . . . being modest . . . "neat" . . "Rog" . . . seen with someone who needs Conservation Officer . . . likes freedom
Lassie . . . swimming help in homework . . . to live underwa- girl watching . . . known for long hair
ter . . . Scouts
RICHARD C. RUSSOM
"Fats" . . . "Can't Live without you" . .
trouble . . . BOCES . . . cooking
KELLY LEE SAYWARD RONALD E. SCOVILLE MARY ELIZABETH F. SHEEHAN
"Kel" . . . girls, girls, girls . . . buying junk "Baba" . . . motorcycles and cars . . . likes "Beth" . . . being married . . . John . . .
cars . . . "Shut-up" fun . . . looking up antique cars "Love, smiles, and friendships" . . . piz-
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GARY T. SHORTER JOSEPH TORREY SPEAR ALLEN JOHN STANLEY
"Shorts" . . . usually late, but never never "Joe" . . . outdoor sports . . . known for "Secoy" . . . girls . . . "decent" . . . Linda
the booze . . . Bonnie . . . Doc personality . . . "Why not?" Nocito . . . basketball . . . Carroll O'Connor
ALVIN HENRY STANLEY WILLIAM STANLEY DEBORAH LYNNE STEWART
"Elvis" . . . Cindy . . . likes hanging around "Farmer" . . . steaks . . . girls . . . Deep "Dixie" . . . puzzle ring . . . fish fries and
in the halls . . . "What a head!" Purple . . . motorcycles . . . painting yogurt . . . brandy red . . . "I Love You"
KAREN A. STEWART 'f
"Kate-Karen . . . Cheech and Chong . . . my
cat Sam. . . "You'd better watch itla' . . .
JUANITA J. TANNER JOHN R. TEDESCO EUNICE ROSE TRAVIS
"TeX,' . . . Paul, Paul, Paul . . . likes people "Ted', . . . blue . . . steak . . . sports . . . "Eun', . . . known for her height. . . "That's
and dislikes Snobs , , , "ln alittle bil" "You uin't no big deal!", , . '57 Ford really wicked!" . . . Sal , . . Steve Miller
TAMZIE ANN TRAVIS RITA HANNALORE WELCH BARRY K. WORTMAN
"Tamz,' . . . Big Mac . . . Jim . . . Saint Ber- French fries and Fresca. . . Cindy, Kathy, "Hogger" . . . hunting . . . girls. . . Alice
nard . . . known for speaking the way she and Nancy . , . yellow and orange . . . "Neat, Cooper . . . Archie Bunker
CLIFFORD J. YANDELL WALTER WILLIAM YANKOWSKI RAYMOND A. YETTO
"Kippy" . . . sports . . . "You can't Win "Walt" . . . Luther's Woods . . . Pink Blue . . . basketball , . . cat . . . getting into
them all" , , . kngwn for his temper Ifloyd . . . hunting and fishing . . . brownies trouble . . . seen with everybody
RUSSELL MURRAY YOUNG
"That must be it" . . . pizza. . . tennis. . .
old, white Mustang . . . Grand Funk
KIARA A. ZURLO NANCI ANN E. ZYGMON
"Kia" . . . Dugie . . . Halloween '73 . . . "Ziggy" . . . Helen Reddy . . . Mr. Van
sentimental . . . "You've got to be kidding" Buren . . . g'Yes Dear! . . . typing
The Betty Crocker Family Leader of Tomorrow
Regentls Scholarship Winner
Roger Robbins A- Winner
Michele Crammond - Alternate
Brian Baker - Alternate
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bruce Bussing f Presidentg Nanci Zygmon - Secretaryg Kathy Baker - Vice-Presidentg Effi
Senior Class Activities
JUNE ALSTON - Secretarial Service Club, Fund Raising and Maga-
BRIAN BAKER - National Honor Society, Dramatics Club, Math
Club, Yearbook Staff, Student Council
JOHN T. BAKER - Student Council, Varsity Wrestling and Track,
Intramural Basketball, Boys' State Representative, Band Presi-
dent, Varsity Club Treasurer
KATHY BAKER - Girls' Intramurals, Cheerleading, Freshman and
Senior Class Vice-President, Junior Prom Court, Class Day Junior
Queen, Tennis Club, Track, Yearbook Staff, Senior Class Com-
GEOFF BREWSTER - J.V. and Varsity Baseball, Football, Basket-
ball, and Track, Varsity Club Vice-President, Audio-Visual Club,
Dance and Fund Raising Committees
MARISE BRYAN - Girls' Leaders Association, Library Club, Stu-
dent Council, Junior and Senior Class Committees, Band-Sccre-
tary, Yearbook Staff, Secretarial Service Club
CHRIS BURKE - J.V. and Varsity Cheerleading, Girls' Leaders
Association, Girls' Intramurals, Secretarial Service Club, Junior
Prom Committee, Yearbook Staff, Homecoming Court, Paris
BRUCE BUSSING - Student Council, J.V. Football, Varsity Track,
Sophomore and VICA Club Vice-President, Yearbook Staff, Se-
nior Class and VICA Club President, Senior Class Committees
CHRISTY CALICCHIA - Dramatics Club, Girls' Leaders Associa-
tion, J.V. and Varsity Cheerleading, National Honor Society,
Gym Show, Intramurals, Math Club-Tutor, Paris Bound Stu-
dents, Girls' State Representative, Junior Prom Committee,
Yearbook Staff, Senior Class Committees
KEVIN CONNOR - Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Class Presi-
dent, J.V. and Varsity Football, Basketball, and Baseball, Varsity
Club President, Junior Class Committees
NANCY COON - Junior Prom Court, Class Day Junior Court
Senior Class Committees
EFFIE COWIN - Student Council, Girls' Intramurals, Dramatics
Club, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Class Treasurer,
Gym Show, Paris Bound Students, Junior Prom Committee
Yearbook Staff, Photography Club, Senior Class Committees
SHELLEY CRAMMOND - Dramatics Club, National Honor Socie-
ty, Student Council Secretary and President, Band, Girls' Hock-
ey, Candidate for Girls' State
DEBBIE DANTZ - Girls' Leaders Association, Student Council,
Gym Show, Girls' Intramurals
JO ANN DUGAN - Girls' Intramurals, Secretarial Service Club,
Student Council, Yearbook Staff, Paris Bound Students, Senior
Class Committees, Dramatics Club, Homecoming Queen, Band
Twirler, Class Day Junior Court, Photography Club
BRUCE GRONCZNIAK - J.V. and Varsity Wrestling
CINDY ISHKANIAN - Girls' Pop and Mixed Choir, Senior Orches-
tra, Yearbook Staff, Secretarial Service Club, Student Council,
Senior Class Committees
BOB KARDAS - Audio-Visual Club, Shop Club, J.V. Baseball,
FRANK KARDASH - Audio-Visual Club, J.V. Basketball, J.V. and
Varsity Baseball, Wrestling, Football and Track, Basketball Intra-
KIM LA BARGE - Girls' Intramurals, Secretarial Service Club,
Junior Prom Queen, Homecoming Court
LAURA LUDWICK - Color Guard-Captain
BARB MARSHALL - Student Council, Dramatics Club, Freshman,
Sophomore, and Junior Class Secretary, Secretarial Service Club,
Junior Prom Committee, Yearbook Staff, Senior Class
COLLEEN McCLANAHAN - Dramatics Club, J.V. and Varsity
Cheerleading, Secretarial Service Club, Junior Class Committees,
Yearbook Staff, Paris Bound Students
PAT MCLAUGHLIN W Band, Library Club, Secretarial Service Club,
Junior and Senior Class Committees, Yearbook Staff
KEN MEDINA - Industrial Arts Club, Audio-Visual Club, Photo-
graphy Club, VICA Club
MARTY MEHAN - J.V. and Varsity Basketball
KATHY MESSORE - Student Council, Audio-Visual Club, Girls'
Intramurals, J.V. Cheerleading, Secretarial Service Club
BILL MOORE - J.V. and Varsity Football
KATHY MURRAY - Girls' Intramurals, Math Club, VICA Club,
National Honor Society
DENICE NELSON - Volleyball Intramurals, Dramatics Club, Grad-
uation Committee, Work Corp Project
LYNNE NELSON - Girls' Intramurals, Gym Show, BOCES-Nurs-
ing, Graduation Committee, Yearbook Staff
SALLY NOBLES - Girls' Intramurals, Girls' Leaders Association,
Dramatics Club, Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Class Day
Court, National Honor Society, Junior and Senior Class Commit-
ANN NOONAN - J.V. and Varsity Cheerleading, Junior Class
Vice-President, Secretarial Service Club, Yearbook Staff, Senior
BILL PATENAUDE - Freshman Class Committees, J.V. Baseball,
Photography Club, Basketball Intramurals, Junior and Senior
ROGER ROBBINS - Band, Student Council, Ecology Club, Math
Club, Yearbook Staff, Dramatics Club, Boys' State Representa-
tive, National Honor Society
BETH SHEEHAN - Girls' Intramurals, Band, Freshman and Sopho-
more Class Day Court, Photography Club, Junior Prom Commit-
GARY SHORTER - Math Club
ALLEN STANLEY - J.V. and Varsity Basketball
BILL STANLEY - Varsity Wrestling
DEBBIE STEWART - American Amateur Snowmobile Club,
JOHN TEDESCO - Shop Club, J.V. Baseball, Varsity Track
EUNICE TRAVIS - Student Council, Band, All Class Activities,
Class Day Junior Court, Junior Prom Court, Math Club, Year-
TAMZIE TRAVIS - Secretarial Service Club, Senior Class Commit-
RITA WELCH - Girls' Intramurals, Math Club, VICA Club, Senior
Class Committees, Yearbook Staff
BARRY WORTMAN - J.V. Baseball
WALT YANKOWSKI - Varsity Club, Wrestling
RUSSELL YOUNG - Student Council, Football, Track, Concert
Choir, Chess Club, Hull Ecology Club, Dramatics Club, Heal
Club, Student Teachers, Announcement Committee
KIA ZURLO - Student Council, Girls' Intramurals, Math' Club
President and Tutor, Paris Bound Students, National Honor
Society, Junior Prom Committee, Dramatics Club, Yearbook
Staff, Senior Class Committees
NANCI ZYGMON - Girls' Intramurals, Gym Show, All Class Activ-
ities, Secretarial Service Club, National Honor Society, Yearbook
Staff, Senior Class Secretary
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Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Caruso
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Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cimino
Clements Motor Sales
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Mr. and Mrs. John R. Connors
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coon
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cowin
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dugan and family
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fitzpatrick, Sr.
Freddie, Rita, Cindy, and Kathy
Herrick Art Press
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hathaway, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ishkanian
June and Jimmy
Kathy and Tommy
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaBarge
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Mrs. Helena C. Lazott
Tom Marshall and Tom Tanner
Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. David Mehan
Fran and Tom Messore
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Mondoux
Michele and Jerry Mormile
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Mullady
Nita and Paul
Paul, Linda, and Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peacock
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Porter
Ronnie and Adrienne Revers
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Kelly Lee Sayward
Don and Glenna Shaw
Dick and Virginia Tanner
Syd and Tess Thomas
Tim and Kim
Timmy and Kathi
Toni's Barber Shop
Donna, Bob, Jessica, and Seth Webster
John, and Theresa Whalen and Ellen,
Colleen and Michael
Ken, Peg, Justine, and Nina Yager
Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Yarter
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zurlo and Keith
Mr. and Mrs. David T. Zygmon
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zygmon
Admirals Tavern and Marina
No. Hudson Ave.
Bayshore Park and Restaurant
Henry and Josephine Geviazdowski
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Bowlero Lanes, Open Bowling
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Collins Flower Shop
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Franz H. Moak Insurance Agency
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Mechanicville, New York
Modern Building and Supply Co.
l32 North Central Ave.
Oak Ridge Tavern
George and Evelyn Blair
Rt. 9P, Saratoga Lake, N.Y.
North Hudson Avenue
Stillwater, N.Y. 12170
Palmeri's Northern Auto Parts
96 No. Main St. 664-7389
Mechanicville, N.Y. 12118
Stillwater, N.Y. 12170
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