Thomas Jefferson High School - Monticello Yearbook (Jefferson Hills, PA)

 - Class of 1964

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..-EL THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL S SQ SOS f ASSWS I , n S A - q V 4 I I I IA H f . A VOLUME 5 WEST JEFFERSON HILLS SCHOOL DISTRICT 3IO OLD CLAIRTON ROAD CLAIRTON, PA. ALLZEA JBZEATEIIR. , ,mga , M: V. 5 5, .Q ,, U -., W .1 5 Q Jiwzw S vigffw , ,M M, ygggf 1 .msn Y g E., ,E A W, 3 ,Q Wg-w3,..,., QANZM. V wx H f V 1 . , ,f W, 0 fw, Q mv? 2-.iw 4 X x ww M.,W.v V f i viffflx .fiifii Y .5332 in SX E was s -wwf' 215 MSQS VW, 2 6 B fwfr: 2 2 TABLE CDF' CONTENTS SENIORS Page I2 ACTIVITIES ' A ATHLETICS I26 ADMINISTRATION 84 FACULTY 56 I UNDERCLASS I44 EPILOGUE I65 3 WE come here together In great yellow busses which crowd us and wrinkle our clothes WE enter together, to crowd the Iavatories and comb our hair, and fill the air with perfumed lacquer. WE hide from the teachers so WE may greet a friend. WE sing together-walk together--eat together-learn together But still Somewhere in the WE there is an I which cries out to be heard. The I spends lonely hours learning Waiting for a phone call Dressing for a prom-or buying flowers I writes a poem or moulds a jar. I sits alone among the crowd and contributes a silence to the noise. There is a great population and WE are many, but each of us adds to the WE only because WE are an I. I laughssat the joke. And hears the music. 4 lu -.SN 5 TO GREET A FRIEND TOGETHER 8 WET" , . . THERE ES AN 5 WHXCH GENES OUT TCD' QE HEARD 9 LONELY HOURS LEARNING 4189" BUYING FLOWERS TO e i Z 1 I 5' . ...... , 2 ,. .M ..-.. .. ,- ,2 Y :I-,-. I Mwwsw 5 .... rf ' 352 E ?E ba 63" 135555, ,g g 2 F: J., if 3 fs? 1 5 X 225413 Q Q Q 9 M33 55 W gm S .5 :'Q.-' 52 522' 5:9 g W y f L I U U E VVILL GRADUATE TCG-ETI-IER,. ELTT I VVIJLI... VVEEP OVER. JDIST.AJSI'T JMIIIEIJMECJRIIEIS W SENIOES 13 .1 'wa , , A TEIIIEI CLASS CDF 1964: - W x is-1 W 't if' UfA'i',2-Ziff: b"fiV5'VfVQ?M m53 B I ue 0 nd Pu r Ie -E2-'-,'Yif,- . -. 'K ,E - F41 11, f M. fx? Co motion 7 C LASS SO N G , A "M m T T f gf' ll 1 --" :ff wg 1 .3-Q.--.-AZ: QM my 0, me "Let us set ou r oo Is wx, -' qffiziwwifzxg i!3Zfl22QQf . 1 .f 9 1 for to us belon s the . ' -L : 1z Z ,3a"' Pbk,UER5.-5XQffi5ZLMff 'WZ1w.:f:i4Qiz',ireLxrfw fu tu Fe . wgsq wax 5 BNXMAMX. fiiP45.gfSu,,.Aq f sw 345-2- -.- 5 ...- JAMES ADAMS KAREN ALDERSON W L' af' I 5 JUDITH ALEXANDER , f ,V 4 CARL ANDERSON ml PATRICIA BARKLEY fir' THOMAS BARTOLI Nl K?" ,S Jw, VYLA! X Rei 2 QI 5 JOANN ARMSTRONG LINDA LEE JAMES TERRY BAILEY BALLANTYNE C ,:,,. I Q lg ..:: 5 r JAMES BARR DAVID BATEMAN O GL, UJLJLQ- Mr. Strojon, Bob Horn, ond Mr. Bruggemcln, Senior Closs Sponsor, conduct the closs meet- ing to plon the Senior Revue. I6 "Took dancing lessons in the third grade." The questionnaire for the Senior Revue gets some deep thought from Dave Bruggeman. 1 he LANA BLANK ff-1-Q, 5 2 g 4' Q .df CHARLES BLATCHEORD D . ALEXANDER BELFIGLIO ago, 'QP JUDITH BENDEL f ff X C44 .f if XX , rf 3 'Ir CAROL BIDDLE CHARLES F, BISEL fy is f if , in A ,,, r W Eiii -' ' ...sw Q i i 1 CHERYL ANNE PEGGY BOGGESS BOEVING CMYK by A if BARBARA BONHEYO H DENNIS BRAIN aflivi-fv?L TH EA BORN HOEFT JW cu 'VX -QD,- SAMUEL BRN I LOVICH SAM 2 1 RENEE BOULET 1 1 v ' f W' , 1 , . Q I g5,ff A JOANN BROTEMARKLE q27AL4L -Q. EDWARD BOYLE ZZAQ ROBERT BROWN LEE ,fjogf Senior Recognition Doy sow T. J. beot North Allegheny ond elect o Footboll Queen. Thot's enough to moke Seniors cheer! JOHN BRYANT DAVID CHARLES BRUGGEMAN muff THOMAS BURKHARDT MLA I I JOANN BRUSICK XZQWQ CHERI ELAINE CALIGIURI QAM BECKY JO CALEY fweffsfd I9 SHIRLEY BURKE V EDWARD DALE CAMPBELL S 0 ca F .alt 1 fx Ri MARY ANN JAMES CHARNEY CAROTHERS A T' ff ,.-vyn LAWRENCE JOHN JANICE SUE CONN COLAIANNI EJ Q: 'RA ,,,i y X uf f A FRANCIS CONLAN RICHARD THOMAS X CONLAN NX i DANIEL CONLAN WAYNE COPE MMV Www 20 my Y PATRIClA CUNDRA Q 5 f BETSY CURRY DANIEL CURRY i ill? dfyv DONNA LOU CUDDY H7614 C9 BETTE D'ALESSANDRO X723 safe GLENN ROBERT DAVIS ff .1 "jjf,weL , M ,.x .V E? 3115 5 . L 5 fqggxso s, rl pw. v Jig! Nr, il' . , 'f1' ." t'-Qi: -All L , , , gg .x- if .1 T 1,+:v?"Ezf'i LARRY GENE Mr. Rubinstein holds the Seniors' attention Q7 VIVIAN DAVIS CRONIN discussing plans for "Dino," the closs ploy. f 097 21 ' tsf . 1 3 5 9: N. Sf- QV? -si Q MICHAEL DICK Unch I I R R sn i,,- Q, k. V, . I KAREN DOYLE JEANNE DICKASON PATRICIA DOJACK :wi SALLY DOYLE DAVID DREIER I fy 2 lj I AVE 22 QR KAREN DOLNACK MMQM VIRGINIA LEE DRNACH A MS V' SUSAN DUFF Q'N Shui Sims S, ,.. , ,. As 5 wif PENNY MARY DUGAS V 3 SUSAN DUVALL QM, f X 'X . .,:... sf, 5353: X5 R Sm '--.ff ,. S .dxf CHERYL EARN EST 'QMS' MARY!-YN ELES ELAINE ERSKINE THOMAS ESSELMAN JOSEPH ESSEY Q. gi,fQbL4yx,4, IC W 1 f ew' ILENE LORETTA EVANS 1 ,f 1 "f,fffL.,,,,.,,e.., ' ASe I i eo fig? e I CHERYL FELIX fi c ,cmyf ARTHUR FINCH . 'fi JANE EVANS ' 01211, DAVID FERGUSON ,B I X, ,K 412' ni if PATRICIA FRANTZ 'INJ 0 221 K' JUDITH FAKESCH DOUGLAS FARQUHAR 'I Igff ' Jil, , ff! D V' The Jaguars work out on the field. Wish aII the opponents were that easy to tackle? 24 E E X E is tr V The shodow of Thomos Jefferson haunts the hells? my HARRY FULMER Lf- M , 'V U CHERYL ANN GARBER rg! ' ,M ,A ' 1 JOYCE FREGIN ff ' '7-ffl! +3 EDITH EROLA fr 150.4 I f - X K ':5 e my CYNTHIA GATES lyrlj V v fffyf- ' Ed! JOHN FREIWALD Quai. .vi JOYCE Fusco :I . 2 6 Af 1124, f CAROLE GEORGE 'fl Tuff I , BARBARA JO GERBER I 4jdJ2,0g CHRISTINA GLASS 70' Q fuwmf GWENN ELAINE GETTY jim? My MOLLY GRAN ETZ VIQIIV ROSE MARY GIBSON I6 JAMES GRANGER fix! . WA 26 ROBERT GIERING IAJSONQAJQ JAMES E. GOGOTS ,wg DARLENE JACQUELI NE GREEN U0 CAROL HAMILTON fy L, MM The Powder Puff Cheerleaders run from the field after completing 0 rousing cheer. zz- Q-'E RUSSELL HALL "s'59 . F:i f HN ,EMD K! Ek I E E I , LLLLLLL ,L L ,. LLL JANE GREEN A A 6l5L-QQ, in , RICHARD E. HAMILTON REE HARRY HANSEN ffiwt gf ! JOHN CHARLES HARR GEORGE HARTLEIN If 2, exe X2 X, Q Q , ' f I 21 VSS I JAM ES HEBDA ' lb CAROL H I NES Q, QLMLQ Senior Closs meetings require concentration? "Should I sign up for the publicity Or make-up committee?" DAVID HERRON WILLIAM HINES A . ff! News ,LO 28 RONALD HOLBERT ,f fj-'3. . VALERIE HOLMES WILLIAM HOOP Zu! is if sm' ANDRIA HORGOS GAYLE HUBBELL 7 fm ' L, W AMAA' CHERYL HoRiE MARLEEN Lauisis 7 HOUCK ,' f 0 L-ki 'F Q-- A fc' 4 E 1 -'1"..f" ROBERT W. HORN JAMES HUDGENS MARGARET HOSMER Some shenanigans on the sidelines by the Powder WILLIAM HURLEY Puff Cheerleaders. '97Z0Uv70Jtz,fI ,A 29 i JACK HUSTWIT JOHN HYJLJRICK , Jn wg ,ZZZA WAYNE CATHERINE JESTER JANCZEWSKI CUM SHAREN IAMES J fmM.JfJ ELAINE JONES 30 B 31 ali I Q, .. ikh. 5551121 Q E I II! MARY TI-IERESE JACKSON ,- Lf, A 'I Ik ' C , ff l ! I I I PATRICIA JORDAN aztq i Ss RN if O X X .p-my X A N S f X N .N . RE i E ff 9 f IIN ROBERT JOYCE E50 b A, '13 TERRY W. KALCEVIC ,flfffzzzfi V K X "QM I AQ.: NNN - Swilix K lm ' QR MICHAEL E. JULIAN THEODORE KACMARICK EVM? 'NTQJEQQJ' ig. - Il. 'V 'Q' THERESA KAMPERT RQNALD KARLQSKI J L't,PL,4Q Yf7'L, MARY JANE KADAR Ov 4 QE- , ,.... KENNETH KAUTZ GO? Y E I 'S .4 ' 35:9 I If .V ff 5 '.Lk i IG I ' ,..,. , II - .L,. N ,. L,.m, Z V - we -. .--- 1 QQ . I " "'-- IX 1 I ROBERT KEEFER gal J, 5. N5 .IS KAREN LEE KIGGINS dftlffkf RONNIE KING owvvui, CI-IERYL LEE KEFFER LOIS KINCAID ,9zfM14f WILLIAM KIRBY X ,, 'ILI II.' gf I fi .:,E Q 5 L gawk I Seiixfa I 2 X QQ PATRICIA KERR KATHLEEN KIDDER ff I gi HOWARD KISSELL QIIMWIL "FIint" Shannon distributes questionnaires to Chuck Lee ond Greg Wotko ot 0 senior class meeting. l PAUL KLAUSS 'VW' I LESLIE KNIGHT CAROLE KOSAR MICHAEL A. Kuusi-I .LMQLU , 33 GREGORY KITCHENER GMI I PATRICIA KLIMEK I f',,g,i7CZ7f DORIS ANN KURLAND SAUNDRA KURUTZ OL M17 it k,f I 1 L CA R LTO N RAY LAY N E lAfLf-70'1- X. CAROL LANKER ,QC 'ff C. KAREN LEAVER A wuwykm 5 JON LAN KS JOHN ROBERT LECCIA siu COLIN LAWSON 6071! CHARLES LEE Tom "Rebel" Burkhordt shows his muscles In gym class. I CAROL LYONS 1 Cn I M A .-,2 BONNIE MACMILLAN A,.,1,.j,I, Y-x SHARON LEWIS 34. .y2,4Y,g,' ffl ss fs.:- W. . , K ,L l ,I In SHARON MAIRSON JEAN LEWIS MARY LOUISE LEHMAN L' ef X774 'I V11 f -., .yffdf 1 Q JOY MALEE I GEORGE D. MANNERS 76-f' 75 MICHAEL DENNIS MARANCHE PAUL MARANCHI lj ROBERT P. MARN ER MCL' 1 Key Clubbers decorate The annual Christmas tree in T. J.'s Courtyard. X YIIIK A I 'wx as I MARY MCBRIDE CATHERINE MCCAY 36 ROBERT E. MCACHREN Eff Q' KEITH L. MAXFIELD DOROTHY MCCAY ME ,wp 'Qs CAROLYN JOHN MCQUEEN MCCURDY MARY LOUISE GLENN MCGOGNEY 5 air' MCDONALD !."'fv GEORGE N. KAREN MILLER MCCORMICK L,,. 'kbs JAMES MCCONEGHY Dave Zebert, Lance Omer, and Colin Lawsan HAROLD LEE print the tickets far the Senior Class Play. MILLER 37 wx: NANCY MILLER vga MARY LYNN MORI NI WILLIAM B. MONTGOMERY GALE LYNN MORT I MARY KATHLEEN MORESA 2 S BARBARA ILENE MORGAN if BARBARA MORTON JUDITH MO'I'I'ERAM xx ,,.. 38 fffff G MARILYN MUELLER PAULE MUNRO . n Q 'Nw fx -,, JAMES NAUGLE SUSAN NAZARUK PAULINE MUNSICK 5 . 4 ff, ALEXANDRA JUDITH NECHAJ .m FRANCIS J. NATH -ol-'Q' - . JACQUELINE ANNE NESTOR WMA TJ. Varsity Jackets adorn the locker room A,-' JUDITH ANN JOHN ONDICH NICHOLSON W4 .JWAM BARBARA PACITTI HARRY L. PAGE 7 A" X1 CAROLYN PAKKALA JOHN PETERSON LANCE ORNER LORRAINE OSBORNE Wife 0 "Rabbit" Peterson ond Chuck Lee enjoy the Monticello! 40 Mary Lou Tokar, Lorraine Wilds, and Linda Bailey enjoy their favorite past time, wandering through the halls. ih- my LINDA PUST ROBERT J. REMENSNYDER 2' -99914! CJ' ' 41 A MICHAEL PETROVICH ,KL NN 1 ROSE MARIE POLINSKY 01.2, J ENEPH ER REYNOLDS L JUDITH POLINK ROBERT PURVIANCE 575 VICTOR J. RICE Iaizdfie 3 J. Sf. 'QE . . N X X SEN X arf: P 55 533313 A qi Z 1 Aliqgc. qi li 'K Jffgfiifjgif. 'C 1 33, :fi .L.3?f" ,. T vu' 4 51,5 .M ff 3 HERBERT RICHARDSON f S-1 H' ,yff GINGER ROLLINS ..j2f'vgfwf .1 MARY JANE RIMSKY x?f?fM7 ML THOMAS RUSH TOM MICHAEL RODGERS MARLENE SAMARIN MMM 42 BETTY ROESCH Qr CYNTHIA SAMUELS 1 . J4,MCfa7f2LLb?, MICHAEL sANToRo GTYX JJru, JOYCE ANN SEMIAN , L10 I "Have you been a good little boy?" asks Old Santa McConeghy to Jim Wagner, as Elf Ken Kautz hands him a toy. Memories of a Spanish skit. CASSANDRA SCHAFFER A JUNE SHAHEEN C 43 KENNETH SAYRE STEPHEN SCHWARTZ 2 MMR! MM ROBERT SHAKESPEARE DAVID SHANNON Fig ge .L l AA : A I I if wx A Y J ',ifs'Q, . 2-QQ. If fi' If 'iii--22 ww -- f ww.-:L iam- -i r . - - Q , ! x s a N Y max I i t x a x L X X ' S s wi Fc X , Ii ll 1, I Q I X J ' S E KENNETH SHEERAN JZAJO CAROL LEE SIMPSON + 1- 'X- C 1 Q A J T 5 3 I Ron Karloski at the mike during the annual Foot- ball Banquet while Coach Stoicovy listens intently. WILLIAM SHEPPARD JL? RANDOLPH SLOGAN C. ALLAN SMITH TIMOTHY SNYDER SANDRA SLUSSER l Ukkk LINDA SORG f 44 DAVID SPARKS Roca DONNA SPARKS f Y '. f PAUL SPECK MARCELL E. TONI JO STADNICKI SPARTZ max!!-17, '?AZ Greg Wotko ond Jonie Green use the homeroom to great odvontoge. 45 MA RY STA NTO N WZW7 GRACE STEINIWEG DESSA ANN STEPANOVICH ylfiewe I ' I ' :- . N avi' I : 1 ,tif-' 5 A L::,:.i9f5n' 5' as f 'K f Af: QA -Q PAMELA STEVENS RICIgI1A5gP?LAN DIANE SUHODY BETTY TACHOIR , .fffj 2 ' jf' " I JAMES SULLIVAN CYNTHIA TAYLOR MARY LOU TOKAR SHEILA TRASP LM., L ' ego-M! JOHN SUPER ALICE TSOURIS KATHY TRENT NANCY VAVRA I f f A M i 'RH- : F' ROBERT JAMES WAGNER SAUNDRA WALSH GREGORY WATKO VERSCHAREN ' , A f A KAREN WEDDELL DAVID WEIGHTMAN DONALD HENRY LORRAINE WILDS WETZEL I M M., L EDWARD FRANK JOHN WILLIAMS WILLIAMS Cddq QMIKJ BETTY JANE KATHLEEN WINN WILSON X fy , 48 DIANN WOLFE Cornivol fun! Chuck Lee makes surprised Cindy ,,xf,EfQ14,,, ,OJ Toylor o "pie-face." WILLIAM WOLLETT A7 - 3 fy' if ga E ' in kk: .TT K .... Y ':-'P . I K W Q : : .Lk - i is L 1 KAREN WOOD JEANNETTE YANKO f4Qf'l,L,'vg,,f -fr 5614, 1 ALA I , Q, 55,702 Alibi .A .aqua- Li 'iv BEVERLY YANSHA ROBERT H. ERNEST JOSEPH DAVID ZEBERT YARNALL YOUNG If A Kf- Jff' Z- B if N 7 4 9 CL4 if SENIOR. DIRECTORY JAMES ADAMS Academicg Why? Club 105 Russian Club 105 Student Council 10, 115 Statesman 10, 11, 125 Hall Monitors 10, 115 Spanish Club 11, 125 Monticello 115 Honor Society 11, 125 Golf Club 12. KAREN ALDERSON Academic5 Statesman 105 F.T.A. 10, 11, 125 Russian Club 105 Teacher's Aid 10, 115 Carnival Committee 105 Mixed Chorus 115 Honor Society 11, 125 Spanish Club 11, 125 Y-Teens 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Monticello 125 A Cap- pella Choir 125 Play Cast 12. JUDITH ALEXANDER Academic5 Pep Club 1O, ll, 125 Statesman 105 Carnival Com- mittee 1O5 Cheerleader 11, 125 Hall Monitors 115 Prom Commit- tee 115 Play Committee 12. CARL ANDERSON Academic5 Forensic Society 10, I1, 125 Russian Club 105 Honor Society 11, 125 German Club 11, 12. JOANN ARMSTRONG Academic5 Glee Club 10, 115 Y-Teens 105 Ushers' Club 105 Rus- sian Club 1O5 Teacher's Aid 105 Pep Club 11, 125 Prom Com- mittee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 A Cappella Choir 125 F.T.A. 12. LINDA LEE BAILEY Commercial5 Statesman 10, 125 Russian Club 105 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Student Council 11, I25 Ushers' Club 11, 125 Hall Monitors 115 Student Librarians 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Pep Club 125 Monticello 125 Teacher's Aid 12. JAMES TERRY BALLANTYNE Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 125 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Golf 11, 125 Spanish Club 115 Honor Society 11, 125 Golf Club 11. PATRICIA BARKLEY Academic5 Spanish Club 10, 115 Pep Club 105 Glee Club 125 Transferred from Lindbergh High School 11. JAMES BARR Academic5 Russian Club 105 Honor Society 11, 125 F.S.A. 11. THOMAS BARTOLINI General5 Art Club 115 D.E.C.A. Club 12. DAVID BAT EMAN Academic. ALEXANDER BELFIGLIO General. JUDITH BENDEL Generalg Mixed Chorus 10. CAROL BIDDLE General5 Glee Club 10, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Prom Com- mittee 1I5 Play Committee 11, 12. CHARLES BISEL General5 D.E.C.A. Club 12. LANA BLANK Commercial5 F.B.L.A, 10, 11, 125 Art Club 115 Prom Committee 115 Teacher's Aid 12. CHARLES BLATCHFORD General. CHERYL ANNE BOEVING Commercial5 F.H.A, 10, 11, 125 F.B.L.A. 10, 115 Glee Club 10, ii, . PEGGY BOGGESS Special Education. BARBARA BONHEYO Academic5 Glee Club 10, 125 Mixed Chorus 105 F.T.A. 11. THEA BORNHOEFT Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 125 Forensic Society 105 Carnival Committee 105 Glee Club 115 A Cappella Choir 125 Prom Com- mittee 115 Play Committee 11, 12. RENEE BOULET Commercial5 F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Teacher's Aid 12. EDWARD BOYLE Academicp Why? Club 105 Statesman 105 Golf Club 11, 125 Spanish Club Il, 125 Prom Committee 115 Cross Country 11. DENNIS BRAIN General5 Football 10, 11, 125 Track ll, 125 Varsity Club 10, 11, 12. SAMUEL BRNILOVICH General5 Football IO, 11, 125 Track IO, 11, 125 Varsity Club 10, ll, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 12. JOANN BROTEMARKLE Academic5 Marching Band 10, 115 F.T.A. 10, 11, 125 Concert Band 105 Student Librarians 11, 125 Play Committee ll, 125 Mixed Chorus 12. ROBERT BROWNLEE Academic5 Mixed Chorus 105 Radio Club 10, 11, 125 A Cappella Choir 12. DAVID CHARLES BRUGGEMAN Academic5 Marching Band 10, 11, 125 Dance Band 10, 11, 125 Concert Band 10, 11, 125 F.S.A. 10, 115 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 115 Key Club 12. JOANN BRUSICK General5 Carnival Committee 105 Mixed Chorus 115 F.B.L.A. 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 125 Teacher's Aid 12. JOHN BRYANT General5 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 11. SHIRLEY BURKE Academic5 Forensic Society IO, 11, 125 Photo Club 11, 125 F.T.A. 11, 12. THOMAS BURKHARDT Academic5 Football 10, 11, 125 Track 105 Varsity Club 11, 12. BECKY JO CALEY Commercial5 Glee Club 105 F.H.A. IO, Il, 125 F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 125 Teacher's Aid 12. CHERI ELAINE CALIGIURI Academic5 Glee Club 105 Hall Monitors 105 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 F.T.A. 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 A Cappella Choir 125 Play Committee 12. EDWARD DALE CAMPBELL Academic5 Marching Band 10, 115 Concert Band IO5 Carnival Committee 105 Baseball 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Com- mittee 11. MARY ANN CAROTHERS Academic5 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 125 Trans- ferred from Saint Elizabeth School. JAMES CHARNEY General5 D.E.C.A. Club 12. LAWRENCE JOHN COLAIANNI Academic5 Football 10, 11, 125 Track 11, 12. DANIEL CONLAN Commercial5 D.E.C.A. 125 Transferred from Cape May Regional High School. FRANCIS CONLAN General5 Transferred from Cape May Regional High School. RICHARD THOMAS CONLAN D I General5 Transferred from Cape May Regional High School. JANICE SUE CONN Commercial5 Student Council 10, 115 F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 125 Pep Club 105 Glee Club 10, 115 Carnival Committee 105 Statesman 115 Monticello 125 Mixed Chorus 115 Prom Committee 115 Sec- retary of Class 125 Play Committee 125 Teacher's Aid 12. WAYNE COPE General. LARRY GENE CRONIN Academic5 Football 105 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Carnival Commit- tee 105 Golf Club 115 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 115 Baseball 11, 125 Track 12. DONNA LOU CUDDY Commercial5 F.B.L.A. 10, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Prom Committee 115 Teacher's Aid 12. PATRICIA CUNDRA Academic5 Carnival Committee 105 Junior Historians 115 F.T.A. 11, 125 Teacher's Aid 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Com- mittee 11, 125 Glee Club 12. BETSY CURRY Academic5 Tri Hi Y 105 Dance Committee 105 F.N.A. 105 Y-Teens 11, 125 Transferred from Clearfield High School. DANIEL CURRY Academic5 Varsity Club 10, 11, 125 Student Council 10, 11, 125 Key Club 105 Hall Monitors 10, 115 Football IO, 11, 125 Track 115 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Baseball 12. BETTE D'ALESSANDRO Academic5 Newspaper Staff 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Com- mittee 125 F.B.L.A. 125 Transferred from Saint Elizabeth School. GLENN ROBERT DAVIS Academic5 Football 10, 11, 125 Track 105 Baseball 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 German Club 11. VIVIAN DAVIS Academic5 Forensic Society 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 12. MICHAEL DICK Academic5 Carnival Committee 105 Golf Club 105 Transferred from Kiski Prep School 10, JEANNE DICKASON Academic5 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Concert Band 105 Spec- trum 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Student Librarians 11. PATRICIA DOJCAK Commercial5 Mixed Chorus 10, 115 F.B.L.A. 10, 11. KAREN DOLNACK Academic5 Glee Club 105 Carnival Committee 105 Junior His- torians 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Y-Teens 12. KAREN DOYLE Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Y-Teens 105 Bowling League 11. SALLY DOYLE Academic5 F.T.A. 105 Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Jaguar Mascot 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 12. DAVID DREIER Pre-Technical5 Marching Band 10, 11, 125 Projectionists 11, 125 Play Committee 11. VIRGINIA LEE DRNACH Academicg Pep Club 10, 11, 125 F.T.A. IO, ll, 125 Russian Club 105 Carnival Committee 105 Teacher's Aid 10, 115 Spanish Club 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Honor Society il, 125 Play Commit- tee 11, 125 A Cappella Choir 125 Cheerleader 125 Statesman 12, SUSAN DUFF Academic. PENNY MARY DUGAS Academic5 Transferred from Kimball High School 12. SUSAN DUVALL Academic5 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 125 Mixed Chorus 125 Transferred from Snowden High School 10. CHERYL EARNEST Commercial5 F,B.L.A. 10, 11. MARYLYN ELES Commercial5 F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 125 Art Club 115 Glee Club 115 Prom Committee 115 Teacher's Aid 12. ELAINE ERSKINE Academic5 Glee Club 105 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Pep Club 12. THOMAS ESSELMAN Academic5 F.S.A. 11, 125 Cross Country 11, 125 German Club 115 Prom Committee 115 Varsity Club 12. JOSEPH ESSEY General5 Bowling League 115 D.E.C.A. Club 125 Transferred from Monessen High School., ILENE LORETTA EVANS Academic5 Statesman 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Rus- sian Club IO5 Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Ushers' Club 10, 11, 125 Monticello 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Secretary of Class 10, 115 Student Council 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 115 Prom Com- mittee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Majorettes 11, 12. JANE EVANS Academic5 Pep Club 10, 11, 125 A Cappella Choir 10, 125 Glee Club 105 Statesman 11, 125 Play Prompter 115 Mixed Chorus 125 Play Committee 125 Prom Committee 11. JUDITH FAKESCH Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 German Club 115 Prom Committee 115 Maiorettes 11, 125 Play Committee 125 Pep Club 12. DOUGLAS FARQUHAR Academic5 German Club 105 Transferred from Elizabeth Forward High School 12. CHERYL FELIX Commercial5 Choir 10, 115 Y-Teens 105 Carnival Committee 105 F,B.L,A. 11, 125 Statesman 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Teacher's Aid 12. DAVID FERGUSON Academic5 Marching Band 10, 125 Dance Band 10, 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Golf Club 11, 12. ARTHUR FINCH Academic5 Marching Band 11, 125 F.S.A. 11. PATRICIA FRANTZ Commercial5 Glee Club 105 F.B.L.A. 105 Prom Committee 11. JOYCE FREGIN Academic5 Ushers' Club 105 A Cappella Choir 10, 11, 125 Glee Club 10, 115 Junior Historians IO, 115 Pep Club 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 125 Play Committee 11, 12. JOHN FREIWALD Academic5 Marching Band 10, 11, 125 Concert Band 10, 11, 125 Prom Committee 11. EDITH FROLA Academic5 Cheerleader 10, 11, 125 Pep Club 10, 11, 125 States- man 1O5 F.T.A. 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Spanish Club 11, 125 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 11. HARRY FULMER Commercial5 Marching Band 10. JOYCE FUSCO Commercialg Carnival Committee 105 Prom Committee 11. CHERYL ANN GARBER Academic5 Pep Club 10, 115 Mixed Chorus 10, 125 Ushers' Club 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee ll, 125 Football Queen 12, CYNTHIA GATES Commercial5 F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 125 Prom Committee 11. CAROLE GEORGE Academic5 F.T.A. IO, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Statesman 10, 125 Prom Committee 115 Y-Teens 11, 125 Play Committee 12. BARBARA JO GERBER Academic5 Forensic Society 10, 115 Glee Club 10, 125 Mixed Chorus 105 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Cast 12, GWENN ELAINE GETTY Academic5 A Cappella Choir 10, 115 Carnival Committee 105 Student Librarians 105 Y-Teens 105 Pep Club 105 Play Committee 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Art Club 125 Glee Club 12. ROSE MARY GIBSON Academic5 F.T.A. 11, 125 Y-Teens 11, 125 Student Librarians 11. ROBERT GIERING General. CHRISTINA GLASS Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Play Committee 11, 125 Prom Committee ll. JAMES E. GOGOTS Academic5 Stamp Club 105 Photo Club 115 Explorers' Club 115 Cross Country 115 Track 115 Varsity Club 12. JAMES GRANGER Academic5 Track 10, 11, 125 Football 105 Football Manager 11, 125 Junior Historians 105 Cross Country 11, 125 Golf Club 115 Key Club 11, 125 Varsity Club 11, 125 Play Cast 12. MOLLY GRANETZ General5 F.H.A. 105 Teacher's Aid 11, 125 Art Club 12. DARLENE JACQUELINE GREEN Academic, Spanish Club II, I2, Prom Committee II, Play Com- MARLEEN HOUCK Academic, Forensic Society IO, II, Statesman IO, Student Librarians IO, II, I2, Library Club IO, Il, I2, Prom Committee II, F.T.A. Il, I2, Play Committee I2, Play Cast I2. GAYLE HUBBELL Academic, Mixed Chorus II, Prom Committee II, Student Librarian II, Play Cast Il. JAMES HUDGENS Academic, Cross Country I2. WILLIAM HURLEY General, D.E.C.A. Club I2. JACK HUSTWIT Academic, Football I2. JOHN HYJURICK Academic, Marching Band IO, II, I2, Concert Band IO, II, I2, Carnival Committee IO, Dance Band II, I2, Baseball II, I2, Prom Committee II, Play Cast I2. SHAREN IAMES Academic, Glee Club IO, A Cappella Choir IO, I2, F.T.A. IO, II St dent Or anist IO, II, I2, Mixed Chorus II, I2, Dance mittee II, I2, Glee Club I2. 5 U 9 Band II, Play Committee II, Ensemble I2. JANE GREEN , . MARY THERESE JACKSON Academic, Statesman IO, Pep Club IO, Carnival Committee IO, A d , , . I I Ch I . GI Club io ii- srudem Librarians ii- s amish Club ii, Prom C0 EWG' Wxed Chorus 01 'lf '21 ffefeodefs Ilf. I2, PQI? ee , 1 1 I3 Committee II, Play Committee II, I2. MARTIN HAINES Academic, Student Librarians IO, II, I2, F,S.A. IO, II, I2, Club II, I2, A Cappella Choir II, I2, Play Committee II, Prom Committee II, Junior Historians II, Play Cast I2. WAYNE JANCZEWSKI Academic, Football IO, II, I2, Varsity Club IO, II, I2, Baseball Library Club IO, Il, I2, Track II, I2, Spanish Club II, I2, H 12 Prom Committee II, Exchange Student II. RUSSELL HALL Academic, Football IO, II, I2, Track IO, II, I2, Spanish Club II, Carnival Committee IO, Varsity Club II, I2, F.S,A. II, Bowling League II, I2, Prom Committee II, Play Committee I2. CAROL HAMILTON , . CATHERINE JESTER Commercial, Glee Club II, F.B.L,A. II, I2, Office Worker I2. ELAINE JONES Academic, Student Council IO, II, I2, Statesman IO, Carnival Committee IO, Prom Committee II, Student Play Director II, En Mixed Chorus Il, I2, Ushers' Club II, I2, Hall Monitors II, Academic, Chorus IO, Band IO, F.H,A. IO, Glee Club II, - semble I2, A Cappella Choir I2, Transferred, from West Mifflin South High II. RICHARD E. HAMILTON Academic, Forensic Society IO, II, I2, F.S.A. IO, II, I2, Mixed Chorus IO, II, I2, German Club II, I2, Golf Club II, Prom Committee II, Play Committee I2. HARRY HANSEN Pre-Technical, Basketball IO, II, I2, Track IO. JOHN CHARLES HARR Academic, Mixed Chorus IO, ll, I2, A Cappella Choir IO, I2, Play Committee II, I2, Prom Committee II, Play Cast Il. GEORGE HARTLEIN Academic, Junior Historians IO, Golf Club II, Play Committee I2. JAMES HEBDA Academic. DAVID HERRON ' ' C Academic, I2. CAROL HINES Academic, Choir IO, Pep Club II. WILLIAM HINES General, Track IO, Football Il, D.E.C.A. I2. RONALD HOLBERT Academic, Baseball II, I2, Cross Country I2. VALERIE HOLMES Comercial, Art Club II, F.B,L,A. II, I2, Teacher's Aid I2. WILLIAM HOOP Academic, Radio Club IO, II, I2, Chorus IO, II, I2, Inter- gom Announcers II, I2, Play Committee II, I2, A Cappella hoir I2. ANDRIA HORGOS Academic, A Cappella Choir IO, II, I2, Glee Club IO, II, Mixed Chorus IO, II, I2, Carnival Committee IO, Junior Histor- ians II, F.T.A. II, Prom Committee II. CHERYL HORIE Academic, Statesman IO, Mixed Chorus IO, II, I2, Glee Club IO, ll, I2, Prom Committee II, Ensemble I2, A Cappella I2, Play Cost I2. ROBERT W. HORN arnival Committee IO, Track II, I2, Varsity Club Majorettes I2, Play Committee I2, Pep Club I2, PATRICIA JORDAN Academic, F.T.A. IO, II, Junior Historians IO, Student Librarians IO, II, Library Club IO, II, Glee Club II, Prom Committee II, Play Committee II, Mixed Chorus I2. ROBERT JOYCE Academic, Pep Club IO, Student Librarians IO, II, I2, Library Club IO, II, I2, Carnival Committee IO, Statesman IO, II, I2, Spectrum IO, II, I2, Prom Committee II, Monticello II, I2, Play Committee II, I2. MICHAEL F. JULIAN Academic, Basketball IO, II, I2, Mixed Chorus IO, II, I2, Key Club IO, II, I2, Russian Club IO, Play Committee II, I2, Prom Committee II, A Cappella Chair I2, Varsity Club I2, Play Cast I2. THEODORE KACMARIK General, D.E.C,A. Club I2. MARY JANE KADAR A Commercial, Library Club IO, II, Student Librarians IO, II, Prom Committee II, F.B.L.A. I2, Teacher's Aid I2. TERRY W. KALCEVIC Academic, Football IO, II, I2, Student Council IO, II, I2, Weight Training IO, Track II, I2, Varsity Club II, I2, Hall Monitors II, I2 THERESA KAMPERT Commercial, Y-Teens IO, Glee Club II, I2, Statesman II, Prom Committee II. RONALD KARLOSKI Academic, Track IO, II, I2, Football II, I2, Key Club II, I2, Varsity Club II, I2, Prom Committee II. KENNETH KAUTZ Commercial, D.E.C.A. Club I2. ROBERT KEEFER Academic. CHERYL LEE KEFFER l G n ral' Glee Club IO, Prom Committee II, Play Committee I2, e e , D.E.C.A. Club I2. PATRICIA KERR Commercial, F.B.L.A. IO, II, Carnival Committee IO, Play Committee II, I2, Prom Committee II. KATHLEEN KIDDER Academic, Mixed Chorus IO, Pep Club IO, I2, Statesman IO, I2' Carnival Committee IO, Art Club II, Chorus II, Hi-Lites Academic, President of Class IO, II, I2, Football IO, II, I2, Ili Glee Club I2, Monticello I2, Spanish Club I2, Student Basketball IO, II, I2, Baseball II, I2, Varsity Club IO, Il, I2, Statesman IO, Concert Band IO, II, I2, Dance Band IO, II, I2, Honor Society II, I2. MARGARET HOSMER Academic, Forensic Society IO, II, I2, Russian Club IO, Honor Society II, I2, Prom Committee II, Play Committee II, I2, Spanish Club I2, Play Director I2, Transferred from Highland Park High School I2. KAREN LEE KIGGINS Academic, Student Council IO, II, I2, Y-Teens IO, II, I2, Pep Club IO, II, I2, Hall Monitors IO, II, Statesman IO, Rus- sian Club IO, Carnival Committee IO, Ushers' Club IO, II, I2, Prom Committee II, Play Committees II, I2, Monticello II, I2, Teacher's Aid II, I2. LOIS KINCAID Academicg Glee Club 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 105 Prom Com- mittee 115 Play Committee 11, 12. RONNIE KING General5 D.E.C.A. Club 12. WILLIAM KIRBY Academic5 Cross Country 115 Junior Achievement 11, 125 D.E.C.A. Club 125 Transferred from Northwestern High School. HOWARD KISSELL Commercial5 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 11. GREGORY KITCHENER Academic5 Debating Team 10, Track 10, 125 F.S.A. 11, 125 Cross County 125 Transferred from Saint Xavier High School 11. PAUL KLAUSS General5 Spectrum 11, 12. PATRICIA KLIMEK Commercial5 Glee Club 105 Carnival Committee 105 Prom Com- mittee 115 Play Committee 11, 12. LESLIE KNIGHT Academic5 A Cappella Choir 125 Mixed Chorus 125 Transferred from Bethel High School. CAROLE KOSAR Commercial5 Glee Club 105 F.B.L.A. 105 Carnival Committee 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Office Helper 12. MICHAEL A. KULISH Academic5 Marching Band 11, 125 Concert Band 11, 125 Dance Band 11, 12. DORIS KURLAND Commercial5 F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 125 Glee Club 105 Carnival Com- mittee 1O5 Mixed Chorus 115 Play Committee 115 Monticello 125 Teacher's Aid 12. SAUNDRA KURUTZ Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Russian Club 105 Y-Teens 10, 115 Carnival Committee 105 Play Cast 115 F.T,A. 11, 125 Pep Club 11, 125 Student Council 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Spanish Club 125 Play Committee 125 Teacher's Aid 12. CAROL LANKER Academic, A Cappella Choir 10, 11, 125 Russian Club 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 12. JON LANKS Academic5 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 12. COLIN LAWSON GeneraI5 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 12. CARLTON RAY LAYNE Academic5 Concert Band 10, 115 Marching Band 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Play Committee 11, 12. KAREN LEAVER Academic5 Forensic Society 105 Junior Historians 10, 115 Carni- val Committee 105 Honor Society 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Spanish Club 125 Y-Teens 12. JOHN ROBERT LECCIA Academic5 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Track 11, 125 Play Committee 115 Key Club 125 Varsity Club 125 Student Council 125 Trans- ferred from McKeesport High School. CHARLES LEE Academic5 Football 10, 11, 125 Track 105 A Cappella Choir 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Base- ball 11, 125 Play Cast 115 Varsity Club 11, 12. MARY LOUISE LEHMAN Academic5 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Statesman 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Ensemble 10, 11, 125 Ushers' Club 105 Play Cast 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Monticello 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 12. JEAN LEWIS Commercial5 F.H.A. 10, 115 Glee Club 10, 115 Y-Teens 105 F.B.L.A. 10, 115 Prom Committee 11. SHARON LEWIS Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Glee Club 115 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Ensemble 12. CAROL LYONS CommerciaI5 Y-Teens 105 F.B.L.A. 115 Prom Committee 11. BONNIE MACMILLAN Commercial5 Glee Club 10, 11, 125 Junior Historians 10, 115 Pep Club 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 F.B.L.A. 125 Treasurer of Class 12. SHARON MAIRSON Academic5 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Russian Club 105 Spanish Club 11, 125 Exchange Student 115 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 115 Student Librarians 11, 125 Junior Achievement 125 Play Cast 12, JOY MALEE Academic5 Pep Club 10, 115 Prom Committee 115 Transferred from Clairton High School. GEORGE D. MANNERS General5 Football 10, 115 Statesman 105 Prom Committee 115 D.E.C.A. Club 12. MICHAEL DENNIS MARANCHE Academic5 Football 10, 11, 125 Track 10, 11, 125 Weight Training 105 Varsity Club 12. PAUL MARANCHI Academic5 Varsity Club 11, 125 Football Manager 11, 125 Track 11, 12. ROBERT P. MARNER Academic5 Mixed Chorus 105 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Play Committee 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Key Club 12. KEITH L. MAXFIELD Academic5 Track 105 Spanish Club 11, 125 F.S.A. 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Cross Country 12. ROBERT E. McACHREN Academic. MARY MCBRIDE Commercialg Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Glee Club 10, 125 Ushers' Club 105 Art Club 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Office Worker 125 Student Librarians 12. CATHERINE McCAY Commercial5 F.H.A. 10, 11, 125 F.B.L.A. 10, 115 Y-Teens 105 Glee Club 10, 115 Statesman 105 Carnival Committee 105 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Mixed Chorus 12. DOROTHY McCAY Commercial5 F.H.A. 10, 115 Y-Teens 1015 F.B.L.A. 11. JAMES McCONEGHY General5 Prom Committee 115 D.E.C.A. Club 12. GEORGE McCORMICK Academic5 Track 105 Radio Club 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Cast 12. CAROLYN McCURDY Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 125 Forensic Society 1,05 Carnival Committee 105 Glee Club 115 Honor Society 11, 125 Play Committee 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Monticello 12. MARY LOUISE McDONALD Academic5 Library Club 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Junior Historians 115 Glee Club 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 12. GLENN McGOGNEY Academic5 Key Club 10, 11, 125 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Treasurer of Class 105 Statesman 105 Varsity 11, 125 Spectrum 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Cast 12. x .. . , ..-4 ,, 5 . - -fx . ,B 4 -ai' .J A vu, ' fi-1,143 , . ,, 2 -5 . ""'5 5 ..,f T3:5l.-573517 .L . 'snr Q, t 5 , W Eg.. 3 . ' -I . - A rg.,-.W ia, fi-,.fL.,-H ' ' . ' ,iii Z5q.5,5.:'ZV. ' I ' ' 1 -A4 5:51332 1 - " 1" ' b . I ' Y uni' xvwwf n:z,,,,'?!.i:mas:Q-H . .,... . . " 1V'f"Qt:9l1H - ' 'M ef- q -......g. :v-.4::.f1..fy-arf-, -- I ' A S122-11 ,' . 2- JOHN MCQUEEN General. HAROLD LEE MILLER Academic5 Concert Band 10, 11, 125 Marching Band 10, 11, 125 Dance Band 10, 11, 125 Key Club 10, 11, 125 Hall Monitors 105 Golf Club 11, 125 Spanish Club 11, 12. KAREN MILLER Academic5 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Pep Club 10, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Play Cast 115 Prom Committee 115 A Cappella Choir 125 Play Committee 12. NANCY MILLER Academic, A Cappella Choir 105 Glee Club 10, 115 Carnival Committee 105 Statesman 105 Ensemble 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Maiorettes 11, 125 Play Cast 115 Play Committee 125 Prom Committee 115 Pep Club 12. WILLIAM B. MONTGOMERY Academic5 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Key Club 10, 11, 125 Cross Country 115 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Treasurer of Class 115 Varsity Club 11, 125 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 11. MARY KATHLEEN MORESEA CommerciaI5 F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Glee Club 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 12. BARBARA ILENE MORGAN Academic5 Mixed Chorus 105 Student Librarians 10, 11, 125 German Club 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Ushers' Club 10, 11, 125 Statesman 105 Carnival Committee 10. MARY LYNN MORINI Academic5 Statesman 10, 11, 125 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Junior Historians 105 Student Librarians 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11. GALE LYNN MORT Academic5 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee Il, 125 Spanish Club 12. BARBARA MORTON Academic5 Pep Club 10, 11, 125 A Cappella Choir 10, 115 Glee Club 10, 125 Ushers' Club 105 Statesman 10, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 115 Play Cast 125 Play Prompter 11. JUDITH MOTTERAM Academic5 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Spanish Club 12. MARILYN MUELLER Academic5 Statesman 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Student Council 10, 11, 125 Cheer- leaders 10, 115 Pep Club IO, 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Ensemble 125 A Cappella Choir 12. PAULA MUNRO Academic5 Marching Band 105 Concert Band 10, 115 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Spanish Club 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 115 Play Cast 12. PAULINE MUNSICK Commercial5 Teacher's Aid 12. FRANCIS J. NATH General5 Play Committee 125 Transferred from Saint Meinrad School. JAMES NAUGLE Academic5 Radio Club 10, 11, 12. SUSAN NAZARUK Commercial5 F.H.A. 105 Student Librarians 105 F.B.L.A. Il, 125 Glee Club 125 Teacher's Aid 12. ALEXANDRA JUDITH NECHAJ Academic5 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Statesman IO, 11, 125 Glee Club 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 11, Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 12. JACQUELINE ANNE NESTOR Academic5 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 125 Play Committee 11, 125 Junior Historians 115 Prom Committee 115 Spanish Club 12, JUDITH ANN NICHOLSON Academic5 Statesman 105 Y-Teens 115 Glee Club 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Art Club 12. JOHN ONDICH Academic5 A Cappella Choir 10. LANCE ORNER Academic, Carnival Committee 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee Il, 12. LORRAINE OSBORNE Commercial5 F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 125 Teacher's Aid 12. BARBARA PACITTI Commercial, Glee Club 105 Carnival Committee 105 F.B.L.A. 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Teacher's Aid 12. HARRY L. PAGE Academic5 Track 105 Radio Club 11, 12. CAROLYN PAKKALA Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 11, 125 Glee Club 10, 115 A Cappella Choir 105 Spanish Club 11, 125 Ensemble 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 125 Ushers' Club 12. JOHN PETERSON Academic5 Carnival Committee 105 Cross Country 115 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Cast 11, 12. MICHAEL PETROVICH Academic5 Mixed Chorus 105 Track 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Spanish Club 12. JUDITH POLINK General5 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Glee Club 11, 125 F.T.A. 11, 125 Prom Committee 11. ROSE MARIE POLINSKY General5 Chorus 105 Ensemble 10, 11, 125 Pep Club 105 F.B,I..A. 105 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Glee Club 115 Mixed Chorus 115 Transferred from Clairton High School. ROBERT PU RVIANCE Academic, Student Council 10, 11, 125 Key Club 10, 11, 125 Hall Monitors 10, 115 Golf Team 115 Play Cast 11, 12. LINDA PUST Academic5 Russian Club 105 Student Council 115 Play Com- mittee 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Glee Club 125 F.T.A. 12. ROBERT J. REMENSNYDER Academc5 Statesman 10, 115 Prom Committee 11. JENEPHER REYNOLDS Academic5 Forensic Society 105 Concert Band 10, 11, 125 Marching Band 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Cast 11, 12. VICTOR J. RICE Academic5 German Club 11, 125 Art Club 125 Chrisman Club 125 Transferred from Kiskiminitas Springs School. HERBERT RICHARDSON Pre-Technical5 Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Projectionists 11. MARY JANE RIMSKY Commercial5 F.B.L.A 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 115 Y-Teens 115 Glee Club 11, 125 Teacher's Aid 12. MICHAEL RODGERS Academic5 Transferred from Saint Elizabeth High School 10. BETTY ROESCH Commercial. GINGER ROLLINS Academic5 Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Glee Club 10, 115 Carnival Committee 105 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Junior Historians 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Ensemble 12. THOMAS RUSH General5 D.E,C.A. Club 12. MARLENE SAMARIN Commercial5 F.B.L.A. 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 115 Student Librarians 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Career Night Committee 115 A Cappella Choir 125 Teacher's Aid 12. CYNTHIA SAMUELS Academic5 Statesman 10, 11, 125 Forensic Society IO, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Russian Club 105 Monticello 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Spectrum 11, 125 Class Play Student Director 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Chrisman Club 115 Play Committee 12. MICHAEL SANTOR0 Academic5 Radio Club 11, 12. KENNETH SAYRE General5 Cross Country 11. CASSANDRA SCHAFFER Academic5 Statesman 105 Carnival Committee 105 Monticello 11, 125 Play Committee 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Chrisman Club Il, 12. STEPHEN SCHWARTZ Academic5 Football 115 Play Committee 11. JOYCE ANN SEMIAN Commercial5 Statesman 105 Marching Band 105 Concert Band 105 Majorettes 11, 12. JUNE SHAHEEN Academic5 Prom Committee 115 Glee Club 12. ROBERT SHAKESPEARE Academic5 Biology Club 105 Sound Squad 105 Inter-Com Announcer 11, 125 Transferred from Baldwin High School. DAVID SHANNON Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 115 A Cappella Choir IO, 11, 125 German Club 10, 11, 125 Basketball 11, 125 Baseball 11, 125 Prom Committee 11. KENNETH SHEERAN General5 Gymnastics Club 105 Bowling League 115 Trans- ferred from Woodward High School. WILLIAM SHEPPARD Academic5 Spanish Club 12. Q CAROL LEE SIMPSON . Academic5 Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Play Committee 11. RANDOLPH SLOGAN A Academic5 Play Cast 115 Marching Band 115 Prom Committee 115 Drum Major 125 Transferred from Butler Area Joint High School. SANDRA SLUSSER Academic5 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Play Cast 11, 12. C. ALLAN SMITH Commercial. TIMOTHY SNYDER General5 D.E.C.A. Club 12. LINDA SORG I Academic5 Russian Club 105 F.T.A. 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Pep Club 125 Spanish Club 125 Y-Teens 12. DAVID SPARKS , General5 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 11. DONNA SPARKS Commercial5 Glee Club 105 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Junior Historians 10, 115 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 115 Student Librarians 125 Teacher's Aid 12. MARCELL E. SPARTZ Academic5 Why? Club 105 F.S.A. 11, 125 Spanish Club 115 Track 115 Marching Band ll, 125 Varsity Club 12. PAUL SPECK Academic5 Mixed Chorus 105 Basketball Manager 105 Carnival Committee 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Cast 12. TONI JO STADNICKI Commercial5 Student , 1 F.B,L.A. 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 115 Teacher's Aid 12, MARY FRANCES STANTON Academic5 Pap Club 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 125 Glee Club 10, 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Prompter 115 Play Com- mittee 12. GRACE STEINIWEG Commercial5 Prom Committee 11. DESSA ANN STEPANOVICH Academic5 Vice President of Class 105 Mixed Chorus 105 Russian Club 105 Forensic Scoiety 10, 11, 125 Statesman 105 Carnival Committee 105 Play Cast 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Junior Miss Pageant 12, PAMELA STEVENS Commercial5 Glee Club 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Com mittee 1 1. RICHARD ALAN STOOPS Academic5 Football 10, 11, 125 Key Club 10, 11, 125 Basketball Manager 105 Weight Lifting 105 Carnival Committee 105 Play Cast 115 Vice President of Class 115 Golf Team 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11. DIANE SUHODY Academic5 F.B.L.A. 105 Y-Teens 11, 125 F.T.A. 11, 125 Play Cast 115 Prom Committee 11. JAMES SULLIVAN Academic5 Key Club 125 Play Committee 125 Transferred from Saint Elizabeth School 10. JOHN SUPER Academic5 C e , , 5 g , Carnival Committee 105 German Club 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Play Committee 11, Prom Committee 11. CYNTHIA TAYLOR Academic5 Statesman 105 Marching Band 10, 11, 125 Concert Band 10, ll, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 115 Spanish Club 12. MARY LOU TOKAR Commercial5 Carnival Committee 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Glee Club 11, 12. BETTY TACHOIR Special Education. SHEILA TRASP Academic5 Glee Club 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 F.T.A. 11, 125 Y-Teens 11, 125 Junior Historians 115 Prom Committee 115 Spanish Club 12. Librarians 10 11 Glee Club 10, 11, 125 onc rt Band 10 11 12 Marchin Band 10' KATHY TRENT Commercial5 Cheerleading 10, 115 Pep Club 10, 11, 125 A Cappella Choir 10, 11, 125 Glee Club 10, 115 F.B.L.A. 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 11, 125 Ensemble 11, 12. ALICE TSOURIS Academic5 Statesman 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 10, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Glee Club 115 Play Cast 11, 125 Prom Com- mittee l15 Monticello 12. NANCY VAVRA Commercial5 F.B.L.A. 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Teacher's Aid 125 Carnival Committee 11. ROBERT VERSCHAREN Academic5 Track Statistician 10, 11, 125 Cross Country Manager 115 Golf Club 11, 125 Play Committee 115 Varsity Club 12. JAMES WAGNER Academic5 Radio Club 11. SAUNDRA WALSH Commercial' Glee Club 10' Y-Teens 10, Carnival Committee 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 115 Teacher's Aid 12. GREGORY WATKO Academic5 Track 10, 11, 125 Football 10, 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Varsity Club 11, 12. KAREN WEDDELL Academic5 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Concert Band 10, ll, 125 Dance Band 10, 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Play Committee 115 Prom Committee 115 Student Director of Play 12. DAVID WEIGHTMAN Academic5 Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Marching Band 12. DONALD HENRY WETZEL Academic5 F.S.A, 10, 11, 125 Mixed Chorus 105 A Cappella Choir 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Why? Club 105 Photo Club 115 Student Proiectionist 11, 125 Stage Crew ll, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Football Announcer , 12. LORRAINE WILDS Commercial5 Y-Teens 10, 115 Concert Band 105 Statesman 105 Carnival Committee 10, Student Librarians 105 F.B.L,A. 115 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 115 Glee Club 12. EDWARD FRANK WILLIAMS Academic5 Carnival Committee 105 Football 11, 125 Baseball 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 115 Varsity Club 12. BETTY JANE WILSON Academic5 F.H.A. 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Concert Band 10, 11, 125 Carnival Committee 105 Student Librarians 105 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 125 Spanish Club 12. KATHLEEN WINN Commercial5 F.H.A. 10, 11, 125 Glee Club 10, 11, 125 F.B.L.A. 10, 11. DIANN WOLFE Academic5 F.T.A. 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 10, 125 Student Librarians 10, 125 Prom Committee 115 Play Committee 11, 12. WILLIAM WOLLETT Academic5 Statesman 105 Honor Society 11, 125 Forensic Society 10, 11, 125 Key Club 11, 125 F.S.A. 115 Prom Com- mittee 115 Golf Club 11, 125 Student Council 12. KAREN WOOD Academic5 Y-Teens 105 Glee Club 11, 125 Chrisman Club 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 Spanish Club 11. JEANNETTE YANKO General5 Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Prom Committee 115 D.E.C.A. 12. BEVERLY YANSHA ,io5nEn2ercial5 Glee Club 115 Prom Committee 115 Teacher's I . ROBERT H. YARNALL Academic5 Transferred from The Peddie School. ERNEST JOSEPH YOUNG Academic5 Explorer's Club 11, 125 Radio Club 12. DAVID ZEBERT Academic5 Transferred from St. Elizabeth School "Nw, 4' 5 Rx X K if .. .AS .AN .AIJ'TIEICJIR,I"I'Y1 ISTIT I SCEES IEIILE .AS .A PERSCN. .AIDJ34EINISTIR..ATICJN AND FACULTY 57 - IBO.A.IEQ,ID OF SCI-IOOI.. DIRECTORS Row 1 left to right: Lloyd Fuge, Solicitorg Roy H. Miller, Secretaryg John J. Miller, F. Davis, Vice Presidentj Henry Hornfeck, Treasurer, Row 2: William J. Blakley, Presidentg Rogers Supervising Prin- cipalg James Kemp lllg Charles Thatcherg Stanley L. Whippog Clifford A. Barton. Not Pictured: Robert S. Lindsay. VV EIST JEFFERSON I-IILLS SOI-IOOL .ATJ'TI-IIOfR.ITY Left to right: Archie Mabon, Walter Bowman, Harry B. Miller, Sr., Carl Alderson, Paul B. Graham, Chairman. Mr. Bowman and Mr. Miller are holding an architect's picture of the new junior high in Pleasant Hills. 58 ADMINISTRATION .am William J. Blakley, Supervising Prin- cipal of West Jefferson Hills School District, B.A., M. Ed, Howard F. Jack, Assistant Supervising Principal in Charge of Instruction, A.B., M. Ed., D. Ed. Willis E. Barber, Assistant Supervising Principal, B.S., M. Ed. ?......,.,f -gas .i., . 59 C25 Left to right: Mrs. Della Shawl, Secretary to Doctor Jack, Mrs. Dara Smith, Secretary to Mr. Blakley, Mrs. Carol Stump, Secretary to Mr. Barber, Mrs. Margaret Miller, Payroll Clerk. Foster P. Rutter, B.S., M. Ed., High School Principal. , Z ,,', IHIIG-Ii SCI-IOCDL. STAFF ,H-x John Knox Hall, B.S., Vice Principal. 5 ,,', , V A V. , in !1'.'T' M, ..- i ' K ' W 4 h ii Virginia Purviance, Office Manager and Secretary to the High School Principal. Left to right: Jane McClintock, High School Secretaryg Gladys B. Neely, Bookkeeperg Mary Jo Opfer, Clerical- Libraryg Georgette Maurer, Switchboard Operatorg Doris Pugh, Attendance Officer. Not Pictured: Thelma Haw- kins, Secretary to the Vice Principal. 60 Ruth H. Manning, B.A., M. Ed., Co- ordinator of Guidance Services, Coun- selor for Grades ll, 12, Student Organists, Junior Counselors. X.. James W. Roberts, B.S., M. Ed., Counselor for Grades 7, 8. GUIDANCE Elizabeth B. Stimmel, B.A., M. Ed., Counselor for Grades 9, 10, National Junior Honor Society. JNTIRSE . . - fygzu Charlotte M. Frifzsch, R.N. C.AI7'IElTElIi',I.A. STAFF 'A', , we 'iyi , .4- ' Q1 ' ,. - ,, Q , X X Wi' i ,, -, , , ,fag , . r - ,, , . . f , ' ' Sitting left to right: Ann Johnson, Rose Znavor, Martha Mehrman, Betty Bovard, Betty Stiefvater, Betty Ackman, Helen Frye. Standing: Ada Ross, Julia Lomis, Mary Williams, Mary Withers, Hazel Lawrence, Margaret Trainer, Gladys Wise, Helen Moses, Margaret Harrigan, Gladys Large, Gladys Dryer, Ruth Falkenstein, Margaret Brain, Rosetta Wollett, Dietitian. MAINTENANCE STAFF Raymond Smith, Assistant Maintenance Super visor, Jennings Wagner, Maintenance Super visor. Left to right: William Wise, Evelyn McTaggart, Stella Kukich, Betty Cope, Carmen Glover. Not Pictured: John Gilmore, Frank Lloyd, Edith Steavens, Mary Campbell, Mary Visco, Ann Ryerson. 62 N ' 'f 'fi 'rauwsmwuvff E SEES-QJRRICULUM AS A BLACK AND WHITE fe,-'Q 1 1 , W' 39.95-3l5l'! .na x- .--,,,!..,.,l5gsv.v-.. .I .1 '-f'.m.w-af-.1n3U'1l'Jf'-f-'I T ""f'u.1mr.:sfw'UUHl" " ww.: " ' 4'-B' s'.s-zr'4'..-'aas'.!'2-"iq - ' '- .- - ' -7 ..L.,, .QW l 'mm-I, -, ., ., 1+- - - I .-.,-.fa-a'sm!'W""a' ' 'f'- 'X 1 um:-.m',:zs-W' " " '- ':'.:2'.vwma"ax'- '- 2 -. -.1-.pa-r I SEES IT ASA BEAKER, SLIDE RULE OR A BOOK OF fEJN'G-L-ISIHI Eflllflizkiiflifliiiillil iii? 5 21122 Z lille? Sitting left to right: Joyce Poganucci, BS, English, Y-Teens, Judith Lestor, BA., English Junior Class Sponsor, Susan Joseph, BS., Eng lish, Irene Gourley, BS., English, Jeffer-Sun Marie Barone, AB, English, Carol Kemp, BA. M.A., Senior English. Standing: Ruth Weingart B.A., M.Ed., Remedial English, William McTog- gort, BA., English, Chrismon Club, Key Club Junior Class Play Director, George Milto, BS. English, Sophomore Class Sponsor. All right, kids, remember this is to be your own work. 64 Grammar is such fun! Y' lish 8, Dorothy Neal, B.S., English 7, 8, Lost ond Found Department, Summer Reade ing Classes, Isabelle Duronio, B.S,, English 8, Junior High Forensic Society, Marion Reynolds, B.A., English 7, Junior Red Cross. i You've got six more years, Dave, so woke up. 6:05 QQ Left to right: Jacqueline Guiliani, B,S. Ed., M.A., English 7, 8, .lane Smith, B.F.A., Eng- lish 8, Carol Johnson, B.A., English 7, Eleanor Eichelman, B.A., English 8, 9. Left to right: Helen Simpson, B.E., Eng- lCIR,IE.A.TI'Y7IEl VVRITING AND SPEEICIEI Are Rick Hamilton, Miss Wargo, and Mr. Rubin- stein really doing debate? Left to right: Alan B. Rubinstein, B.A., M.Ed., Speech, Economics, Senior Class Play Director, Senior High Forensic Society, Richard Strojan, B.S., Creative Writing, Spectrum, Assistant Senior Play Director, Senior Class Review Director. Cindy, Glenn, Jean, and ative Writing ll class. Mike consult with Mr. Strojan in Cre SCDCI.A.Li STUDIES Sitting left to right: George lstvan, B.Ed., M.Ed,, Civics, American History, Assistant Foot- ball Coach, Clarence Greenway, B.S., M.Ed,, United States History, Student Council, Ushers Club, Director ot Activities. Standing: George Stoicovy, B.S., M.Ed., World Cultures, Assistant Football Coach, Charles Bakewell, BS., World Cultures, World History, Co-Sponsor of Varsity Club, Assistant Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach, John Fleckenstein, B.A., A,P. European History, A.P. United States History, American History, Junior Historians, Athletic Director. 1775 Homeroorn study periodl .4491 l Left to right: Harold Miller, BS., M.Ed., His- tory 8, Geography 7, Faculty Manager, Lor- raine Holzhauser, BA., American History 8, Pep Club, Ruth Smith, BS., Geography 7, Raymond Kloock, B.S., M.Ed., Geography 7, 8, Ainslee Hance, BA., M.A., World History. Miss Holzhauser's history class studies the Civil War Where is the Gobi Desert?" wonder eighth grade geography students. 68 FOREIGN L..A.JSl'G-'LT.A.G-El Left to right: Susan Kelso, B.A., Spanish I, ll Junior High Cheerleaders, Florence Frazier, A.B., French, Anno Withers, A.B., Latin, Eng iish I, Latin Club, Anita Harper, B.A., Ger man, German Club, Carolyn Vernet, B.S., Span- ish, Spanish Club. Zlwwfal fmwis NWN mmm Ni French Ill was nothing like this. Ffonk, NOHCY, Karen, and Kathy seem un interested in language tapes. flMII.AL'fIl"IEEII ,.-M.. Left to right: Sidney Cicchini, B.A., Math, Stanley Moore, B.S., Algebra l, ll, Math Sur- vey, Henry Riley, B.S., Modern Math, Arith- metic, Algebra, Donna Supra, B.S., Math, Nancy Heisler, B.S., Math, Algebra l. Left to right: Rudolph Bruggeman, BS, M.Ed., Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, College Algebra, Advanced Math, Senior Class Sponsor, Tillie Ann Hervarin, B.S., Math 8, Plane Geometry, Charles Bittner, B.S,, Algebra ll, Math Survey, Photo Club, Arno Marrello, BS, Plane Geo- ometry, Math Survey. Therefore tangent of A equals 3 SCIENCE Row 1 left to right: Doris K. Dickson, B.S., Science 7, Ruth P. Maize, B.S., Physical Sci- 'ence 8, John D. Rapchak, B.S., Science 8, 9, As- sistant Football Coach. Row 2: David E. Olinzock, B.S., Applied Science, Math 7, Explorers Club, Frank J. Bishop, B.S., Science 9, Cross-Country lCoach, John Briggs, B.S., Science 7, Basketball Coach. You're really outnumbered, Marleen. I Sitting left to right: Glenn Snider, B.S., M.Ed., Chemistry l, ll, Senior Honor Society, Joseph Spadafore, B.S., Biology l, ll, Lynn Stablein, B.S., Bi- ology. Standing: Kenneth Beal, B.S., Physics I, Il, Radio Club, Morgan B. Hezlep, B.S., Chemistry, F.S.A. seek Spadafore? I don't know how to work this thing. Where's Mr. IBITSIJNTEISS Sitting left to right: Elinor Wilson, B.S,, Book- keeping, Typing I, Roberta Handley, B.S., Typ- ing I, II, Shorthand and Transcription, F.B.L.A.g Ruth Headley, AB., BS., General Business, Shorthand, Business Economics, Standing: Bar- bara Parnell, B,S,, M.Ed., Typing I, Business English, Secretarial Practice, Clerical Practice, Dominic Palmieri, B.B,A,, MR, Distributive Education, Business Math, D.E.C,A,, Carleen Vose, B.S., Typing l, General Business, F.B,L.A. ..r-'ft A rr MMM FINE ARTS -Ats x R as is wsilffk if r ' UQ 5 A8 mf? sfurdf Sitting: Kathleen Crump, AB., M.Ed., Music, Choir. Standing left to right: Louis Mango, Concert Bond, Donce Bond, Instrumental Les- sonsg Henry Aloisi, BS., Varsity Marching Bond, Junior High Bond, Music, 92 IE-IOLZEIEI ECONOMICS Left to right: Sandra Bisignani, BS., Home Economics, F.H,A.g Marianna Pearson, B.S., Home Economicsg Martha Wilson, B.S., Home Economics, Science 8. Home EC Nursery holds Cl Teo porfy. No, kidsjhere are not sixty inches in a yard. 22,8 W INDUSTRIAL ARTS Lewis Monath, B,S. in Ed, Industrial Arts, Melvin Foulds, B.S., Industrial Arts, George Gieske, B.S,, Industrial Arts, Stage Crew, Projectionistsg Joseph Matteo, B.S, in Ed., Mechanical Drawing, Blueprint Reading. LIBRARY Left to right: Ruth Smith, B.S., in Ed., M.Ed. in L.S., Librarian, Library Clubg Louise AB., Librarian. DeWeese, Student teachers: seated: Miss Wargo, Miss Elder. Standing: Mr. Tiglio, Miss Roman. Repo rts, re po rts, reports PPIYSICAL EDUCATION Left to right: Jerry G. Urda, B.S., Physical Education, Applied Science, Head Football Coach, Robert Frazier, B.S., M.A., Physical Education, American Government, Loretta Richardson, B.S., Physical Education, Pauline Garden, B.S., Physical Education, Anthony Mullen, B.S, Physical Education, Civics, Assist- ant Football Coach, Varsity Club, Head Track Coach. , One, two, thrcc, four. Come on, Frank, we know it's made of plastic. Girls try to coax Pat Frantz to try a sornersault WF ' ,4?WwapLki,fMt my 78 U U E PIITS CDJNI' .A GREAT PREFOELEANCE, - oumoe! + A ay? 5 s 53 I X m ,. 1, n'1 ,,:,-P ' ln.-X L ' Q ' L Q -- N' X ' I I I X XXX M BUT I STAYS 'UP .ALL JN'IG-I-IT TCD LEARN TI-IE LINES ., 1 .-R A I L 1 ACTIVITIES 79 On the evenings of Morch 21 ond 22, 1963, o performonce never to be forgotten by the Closs of 1964 or its viewers wos presented in our high school ouditorium. "The Little Dog Loughed", o Vero ond Ken Torpley production under the di- rection of Mr. Williom McToggort, wos on over- whelming success. This three oct comedy, which wos on originol in itself, geniolly combined ther- mometers, polkos, blocks, shoving creom, bird specimens, ond onolyses to creote o mood of in- tenses delight. Lourie l-luntington, o psychology mojor, come home with onticipoted hopes of ono- lyzing her fomily, but her plon reverts oction, ond with the help of her Mom, Dod, brother Wolly, ond Gus the moid, she reolizes her mistokes. All of this, olong with tremendous octing, supreme setting, greot obility, ond the efforts of oll in- volved, helped to put forth onother greot for the Closs of '64. Extreme Right-Lourie leaves home-but not for long Across Right-l-lorotio Honeywell pursues o wild bird Hmmm-who's looking for whom? Above Right-You say we're an hour early. never would have guessed. Across-None of them is gorgeous--but who's that BABE on the left? Above Left-You-corp face. QCA, f , 'V yymf ATQZ, E 11 YI Row 1 left to right- Dick Stoops, Bob Pur- viance, Dessa Stepano- vich, Randy S l o g a n , Sandy Slusser,John Pet- erson, Elaine Erskine, Cindy Samuels. Row 2 -Diane Suhody, Nancy Miller, Alice Tsouris, Thea Bornhoeft, Jenni- fer Reynolds, John Harr, G a y I e Hubbell, Jack Kolkmeyer, Karen Mil- ler, Diane Wolfe, Mary Louise Lehman, Chuck Lee, Saundra Kurutz. The prize winning social drama, "DlNO," by Reginald Rose was selected as the i964 Senior Class Play. Originally presented on Studio One in l957, "DlNO" represents the complexities of youth attempting to adjust to an environment which is filled with ill-will and misunderstanding. The central figure of this conflict was sentenced to four and a half years in state reformatory for participating in an armed robbery in which a night watchman was killed. Now, at the age of l7, he has been released under the cus.tody of his parole officer CBob Purviancei. Because Dino is rejected by his parents and believes that society has also rejected him, he becomes extremely hostile and anti-social. ln an attempt to help Dino rehabilitate, his parole of- ficer .takes him to a neighborhood settlement house. Here Dino is introduced to two individuals who play significant roles in making Dino's readjust- ment complete. One of these individuals is a com- passionate social worker CLee Millerlg the other is a i6 year old girl lrole played by Mary Jackson and Dessa Stepanovichl who seems to understand Dino's problems better .than anyone else. Evolving around the theme that one can better cope with his future if he is fully aware of his past and present, "DINO" provided its attendance- breaking audiences of December 5, 6, and 7 with .three memorable and unique performances. The uniqueness of "DlNO" achieved through revolving sets which in turn produced five dif- ferent sets and a noticeable first in Pennsylvania High School Plays. The brilliance of the cast which was capably directed by Mr. Alan B. Rubinstein, assisted by Mr. Richard Strojan and Mr. George Milto, and student directed by Karen Weddell made "DlNO" a production worthy of bright and pleasant memo- ries for many years to come. SENIOR, CLASS 'I'1R.I'LTLE1PI-IS VVITI-I "IJI1Yl'CD" l I'm glad you're home, Dino. Row 1 left to right: Cheryl Horie, Barbyjo Gerber, Kathy Kid- der. Row 2: Marleen Houck, Barbara Morton, Alice Tsouris, Lois Kincaid, Cindy Samuels. Row 3: Marilyn Mueller, Carlton Layne, Paul Speck lDinol, James Granger lTonyl, Mary Jack- son lShirleyJ, Jenepher Reynolds, Bob Purviance, Karen Wed- dell tStudent Directorl, Mr. Rubinstein lDirectorJ. Row 4: Richard Hamilton, Karen Alderson, Thea Bornhoeft, Sharon Mairson, Lee Miller, Glenn McGogney, John Peterson, David Weightmon, Mike Julian. .gi rf The library's this way. XX KC! X - -1-2. . :IE Di ' "..'C . X M M fs' -4 mj I never went with a girl before . , . lt feels pretty nice. if r A A Don't talk to me like thatl l'm your father! Uwfrlff Dance Friday night. Everybody's gonna be there. r T.J. is the first high school in the area to USE revolving sets. 83 .fi I I Kathleen and Frank do ond his bond. Dickie ond Sohdi enter the world of "Exotica", rice to the music of Jock Purcell all k is i lfekxr. i 0ii are iiii LZ! at The bond plays in cm exotic purple shell. wan "Don't fight! l'll dance with you both!" December, 1962, was filled with ideas and dreams, dreams that came true on May 31, 1963. The Junior class secret was revealed, and the gymnasium was Exotica, an Egyptian palace. Two gold sphinxes towered over the gym and shadowed the dancers in formal dress. These dancers were the juniors, who only hours before had prayed that the gold and purple ceiling would not droop. They were seniors, surprised, happy and perhaps a bit sad as Jack Purcell and his band played "Time Was" for them. The dancers were sophomores and other guests, enjoying themselves. Yes, the time . . . 3:16 and only four hours to pick up a tux and flowers or to have your hair done. And the time was . . . 1:OO a.m., the Prom was over. Girls pleaded to visit the French Room, to dance some more and sit at the small tables with the checked table cloths . . . and the boys answered that they would after they went to the Polyanisian Room to eat. Time was . . . 5:00 a.m. and the 1963 Junior- Senior Prom came to an end. WVWZ I Z! l ,,Mvw "fWf "' 1 V X ,P Chuck and Griff consider trading partners. Everyone dances to "Time Was" 86 gn-W ff ? Now change partners. Chick and Claudia in a silent moment. Sally, Larry, Thea, and Dick sit one out CARNIVAL ZBIEICJCDJMIIIEIS SCDIPI-ICDLZECJELE TRADITION V 1 iii , 29' . V - . V' , gf 1 A' -F' ! +'5 !,. ' Q ,A j, ig .1i1 " ' f ,153 4, ' I V 'K mf i f i K r V'-- 7 . A. , ,f , Q ,. Y i FHA- V V, ,Q er QQ - it ia ' f f .1 . fl X, I V , ' -m ga-,I Prizes and Pennies ,AXY Kxxwi , W , i ivy A , the ry, Wx? Crowds gathered ot the Statesman booth to purchase pictures token through the years. 88 George takes a Polaroid picture of Marsha, Cindy, Cheryl, and Linda, The Sophomore Class presented a carnival on May l l, l963. There were twenty booths in the gymnasium, rang- ing from a dart throw to a jail. The Junior pie throw and the "Dunk Louie" stands attracted the biggest crowds. A dance in the gym for the senior high followed the Carnival. The Carnival was for the second time, an enormous success for a Sophomore Class. The cotton throw attracts lots ot attention. 89 Row 1 left to right: Drum Major Randy Slogan, Judy Fakesch, Linda Cosfolo, Nancy Miller, Head Majorette Joyce Semian, Ilene Evans, Elaine Jones, Janice lfft. Row 2: Dana Robin- son, Tom Leech, Donna Crawford, Roger Finfinger, Cindy Taylor, Carole Jones, Kathy Houlihan, Marcy Spartz, Mr. Aloisi. Row 3: Wayne Ankney, Frank Romano, Nettie Per- nisek, Dave Bruggeman, Lynda Hope, Bob Reichle, Gail Semian, Bob Wray. Row 4: Dave Drier, Ron Stack, Linda Green, Gary Hemminger, Carol Shetter, Greg Reilly, Alan Meehleib, Art Finch. Row 5: Dove Aiken, Jack Freiwald, Linnie Shipp, Al Mafyasovsky, Sandra Lewis, Dave Squire, Lee Miller, Dave Weightman. Row 6: Taylor DeWeese, Gerald Stiefvater, Barbara Clemson, Barbara Fazzoni, Diane Cranisky, Dave Lucas, Pat Fink, Rosemarie Kulish. Row 7: Gordon Lawson, Dove Ferguson, Alva Blakely, Mike Kulish, George Wilson. Row 8: Sandra Munsick, Dwight Conklin, Linda Janczewski, Roger Hoge, Barbara Stokey, Mike Boyd, Bob Lanker, Mike Hyjurick. Varsity Majorettes. Sitting: Head Majorefte Joyce Semian Row 2: Carol Crawford, Evelyn Jaskol. Row 3 Elaine Jones Janice lfft, Ilene Evans, Nancy Miller, Judy Fakesch Linda Costolo. TJ Band in formation during the Alma Mater. V? ,. Each Saturday during football season, the action of the football team is com- plemented by the T. J. Marching Band and Majorettes. As they march across the field to the tune "l Love Paris" or "The Stripper," the results of their long practices after school and in the summer are noticeable. The band's efforts are greatly appreciated by the student body, for they remain the popular half time entertainment. The Marching Band, one of the most active school organizations, reflects the .true spirit of T.J. in its enthusiasm for its athletic teams. 1412 g W 4- "' 1 1 9 ,- I . . 4 5 ,. ixy W 'aa ' ' ff ' V fi ' 'WV K 1" , ,N f , W 4, ' . "'L X , ' ?"VW pf ug V' ., " 'G i , I 5 , 1. 4, W Row 'I left to right: Janet Miller, Cindy Taylor, Jenepher Reynolds, Linnie Ship, Emily Samuels, Barbara Clemson, Susan Howard, Linda Green, Betsy Miller. Row 2: Rose Marie Kulish, Jack Higham, Linda Janczewki, Dana Watkins, Nettie Pernisek, Anthony Kobolek, Beverly Hummel, Ron Stack, Philip Haines, Kathy Houlahan, Barbara Stokey, Joy Hazen, Sandra Lewis, Roger Finfinger. Row 3: Diana Cranisky, Linda Hope, Donna Crawford, Carol Janes, Davirl Squire, Michael Boyd, Jerry Stievater, Sam Kidder, Frank Romano, Tom Leech, Lee Miller, Dave Aiken, Karen Weddell, Gordon Lawson, Gary Taylor, Annette Niedziela, Mike Hyjurick. Row 4: Dave Bruggeman, Mickey Cavanaugh, Albert Matya- sanovisky, Janie Wilson, Gary Heminger, Beverly Fazzoni, Mike Kulish, Dwight Conklin, Roger Hoge, Lieth Donahoe, Jonathan Squire, Robert Horn. Q , 1 , 4 C5 Q I .6 xv . 4 i i 1 'xx 'A J ,F my .J dd Jmf ' i, E, ' , Row 'I left to right: Rosemarie Kulish, Mike Kulisn, Koren Weddell, Annette Niedzielo, Lee Miller, Mike Hyjurick, Dove Aiken. Row 2: Dwight Conklin, Dove Bruggernon, Frank Romano, Tom Leech, Som Kidder, Bob Horn, Mr. Mango. 93 CIIOIRTIS A nv- if Row 'l left to right: Mary Thompson, Linda Shirley, Sharon lames, Signe Orman, Gerri Bernard, Cheri Caligiuri, Jeanne Motteram, Beverly Caley. Row 2: Karen Smith, Mona Bornhoeft, Lynn Smith, Sharon Maietic, Linda Gillen, Donna Gray, Kristin Langley, Lynda Lotz, Mary T, Jackson, Thea Bornhoeft. Row 3: Karen Miller, Chris Glass, Marsha Hauser, Lee Letcher, Linda Smith, Dave Acheson, Cindy Mason, Jackie Cerquo, Sharon Lewis. Row 4: Ginger Rollins, Judy Fakesch, Elaine Jones, Sue Duvall, Carol Lanker, Mary Kuchta, Jeff Wells, Paul Sutcliffe, Richard McGarrity. Row 5: Rick Hamilton, Chuck Shaffer, Wayne Fischer, Cris Snavcly, John Peterson, Joe Kobelak, Richard Curry, Bob McClellan. Row 'I left to right: Linda Campbell, Eileen Jolley, Darlene Green, Mary Lou Tokar, Shirley Beam, Jo Ann Baldwin, Linda Lidey, Carol Miller, Geri Burke. Row 2: Natalie Magiske, Mary Mesing, Susan Nazaruk, Judy Polink, Jody Harbison, Sheila Trasp, Linda Pust, Kathy Eles, Juann Finnin, Mary Jane Rimsky, Lorraine Wilds, Jackie Hough, Gail Lute, Mary Maust, Bernadette Mattes, Kathy Gillen. Row 3: Cathy Brady, Cheryl Renchler, Connie Lavery, Barbara Newcomer, Carol Englemohr, Jamee Ewing, Carol Kobalack, Nancy Mc! Monagle, Kathy Winn. Row 4: Glenn McGrew, Karen Stoops, Shirley Econovich, Carol Schmidt, Nancy Crowder, Cheryl Lisak, Patty Degenhardt, Mary Stanton, Kay Kisland, Charlott Frantz, Betsy Stock, Diane Hovis. Row 5: Cathy Cheplic, Melody Laverick, Leslie Chisler, Susan Brown, Roberta Gates, Betty Hawk, Lucy Lane, Shirley Karako, Patty Nath, Becky Cathell, Pat Beckjourd, Shelia Mullen, Cheryl Boeving. -LQ ' G1 ...Q-f I QL 4 Row 'I left to right: Carolyn McCurdy, Elaine Erskine, Goldie Dropolich, Patti Jordan, Mary Lou McDonald, Louise Erickson, Sandy Large, Gloria Gilmore, Barb Emrner. Row 2: Jane Evans, Cheryl Garber, Joyce Fregin, JoAnn Broternarkle, Sally Jones, Linda Kurin, Pat Sutcliffe, Cheryl Clark, Martha Dunlap, Joan Shuback. Row 3: Kathy Trent, Larry Cirillo, Keith Snyder, Fred Dalzell, Bill Rhea, Doug Abel, Pat Eisley, Kathy McCoy. Row 4: John Harr, Bill Hoop, Ed Bucar, Bill Kaszycki, Dan Dolinar, John Loose, Ron Fuccaro, Jon Lanks, Bob Marner. Row 5: Terry Ballantyne, Norman Felix, Janice DeWalt, Mary Bennett, Janan Friedlander, Nancy Miller, Becky Lee, Blanche Dersam. Row 1 left to right: Cathy Stadnicki, Karen Wood, Toni Jo Stadnicki, Carol Biddle, June Shaheen, Cathy Withers, Donna Bracken, Cheryn Nuss, Jane Hodge, Margie Crawford. Row 2: Barbara Pavlack, Jean Grainger, Jane Avery, Luana Certelli, Sandra Crouch, Frances Horgos, Sarah Bence, Wanda Caley, Candy Coo, Barbyjo Gerber, Barbara Menozzi, Lynn Beeson, Jane Hudak, Jean Hudak, Jackie Weltner. Row 3: Judy Nicholson, Marilyn Slade, Nancy Kalback, Joyce Keffer, Roslyn McTaggart, Linda Jester, Barbara Langfitt, Mary Lees, Nancy Webb, Yvonne Ebbinghaus, Janice Hiscar, Connie Soles, Jane Raposky, Judy Pasqua, Mary Ann Bricker, Sidney Wilson, Barbara Bonheyo, Row 4: Bonnie MacMillan, Joan Black, Joy Macurak, Melanie Stepanovich, Linda Rudolph, Karen Kean, Sue Heil, Minadeo, Karen Koeberlein, Carol McCarthy, Susan Beck, Claudia Zoller, Nancy Davis, Kathy Kidder, Mary Lou Zarnic, Mary Lou Warhola. Row 5: Cherie Horie, Pat Barkley, Diane Check, Linda Bartko, Judy Marnell, Raven Wall, Janice Lasher, Betty Kay Rush, Ingrid Nelson, Sherri Slepecki, Adele Bartolomeo, Donna Mattes, Carole Lloyd, Hilda Lewis, Chris Traboen, Janice Pascoe. Row 1 left to right: Sharon lames, Kathy Trent, Elaine Scott, Marsha Houser. Row 2: Sally Megraw, Mary Lou Lehman, Cheryl Harie, Pat Eisley, Cathy McCay. Row 3: Sharon Lewis, Ginger Rollins, Nancy Miller, Pat Beckjord. Row 1 left to right: Karen Miller, Kathy Trent, Mary Jackson, Cheryl Clark, Marlene Samarin, Marily Mueller, Jane Evans, Evelyn Jaskol, Gloria Gilmore, Louise Erickson, Sally McGraw, Cherie Caliguiri, Row 2: Thea Bornhoeft, Karen Alderson, Cindy Mason, Joan Shuback, Gwenn Arnold, Marsha Hauser, Nancy MacLaren, Joyce Fregin, Sharon larnes, Ginn Drnach Sandra Large. Row 3: Carrie Snyder, Grace Bucar, Mary Ann Carothers, Y I Carol Lanker, Judy Fakesch, Anclria Horgos, Pat Eisley, Cathy McCoy, Sharon Lewis, Ginger ' ' ' ' Sh Rollins, Leslie Knight, JoAnn Armstrong. Row 4. Paul Moore, Jon Lanks, Dave annon, Bob Marner, John Harr, Bill Hoop, Frank Henderson, Doug Abel, Tirn Angotti, Doug Hind- man, Keith Snyder. Row 5: Terry Ballantyne, Bob McClelland, Don Wetzel, Mike Julian, Jay Clarke, Dale Harry, Jirn Bauer, Chuck Shaffer, Randy Mills, Bill Steele. -fwwe lf Us Q n STUDENT CJIR,G-.AJNI'ISTS Qiti? Sitting left to right: Sharen lames Nancy Kalback, Row 2: Beverly Ca Iey, Gail Semian, Barbara Newcomer 'ETSI-IElR.S Row 'I left to right: Barbara Morgan, Lynda Lotz, Evelyn Jaskol, Barbara Struble, Gerri Bernard, Diane Bennett, Barbara Menozzi, Jackie Weltner. Row 2: Karen Kiggins, Karen Kean, Cathi Stadnicki, Janice lfft, Joan Black, Donna Mattes, Cindy Mason, Connie Soles, Mary Lou Zarnic. Row 3: Sandy DeMaio, Karen Minadeo, Karen Koeberlein, Carol Mc- Carthy, Linda Neff, Cheryl Rentschler, Ilene Evans, Linda Costolo. Row 4: Sally Jones, Betsy Stock, Janice Pascoe, Carole Lloyd, Jamie Ewing, Barbara Kondrat, Linda Smith, Lee Letcher, Sue Heil. Row 5: Linda Bailey, Jane Query, Becky Lee, Janan Friedlander, Carol Persichetti, Connie Lavery, Kathy Brady, Elaine Jones, 97 NATIONAL I-IOIVOIEQ, SOCIETY The National Honor Society has one of the most select mem- berships in the school. Juniors and seniors who have main- tained a 3.4 scholarship average and who have been rated highly in leadership, character, service, and citizenship can be mem- bers. The society has two major activities, an induction cere- mony for new members and an honor award system in senior high homerooms. The Honor Society card and pin signify membership in the nation-wide organization. Membership in the National Honor Society is one of the greatest honors the school can give. Row 1 left fo right: Judy Motteram, Margaret Hosmer, Cindy Samuels, Karen Leaver. Row 2: Ginny Drnoch, Dessa Steponovich, Karen Weddell, Karen Alderson. Row 3: Mary Loiuse Lehman, Ilene Evans, Jim Adams, Bob Horn. Row 4: Carl Anderson, Bill Wollett, Jim Barr, Terry Ballantyne. "l pledge myself . . ." 98 Carl Anderson welcomes the audience to the induction of the National Honor Society. Row 1 left to right: Cheryn Nuss, Paula Hafner, Randy Meadows, F I o r i s Walton, Brian Houston. Row 2: Bar- bara Slruble, Ellie Jackson, Virginia Jones, Emily Sam- uels, Betsy Miller, Linda Miller, Nancy Kondrat, Lin- do Lotz. Row 3: Gary Tay- lor, Joseph Breisch, Greg Reilley, Marilyn Slade, Gail Semian, Joel Schwartz, Jack Moraitis. Row 4: Deborah Kapp, Deborah Heylmun, Diane Cranisky, Patty Nath, Charlotte Frantz, Joy Hazen, Janan Friedlander. Row 5: Daniel Dolinar, Tom Emswil- ler, Bill Brown, John Loose, Dennis Maxfield. JUNIOR, I-IOIN'OIE2 SOCIETY 99 STUDENT COUNCIL lt 11. Row 1 left to right: Bernadette Murray, Gerri Bernard, Joe Breisch, Greg Reilley, Fred Zoller, Jane Hodge, Jackie Weltner, Row 2: Karen Kiggins, Lee Letcher, Karen Kean, Sue Snavely, Donna Gray, Nancy MacLaren, Luana Certelli, Joel Schwartz. Row 3: Janan Friedlander, Janice Lasher, Carol Persichetti, Elaine Jones, Brooke Gamble, Linda Smith, Linda Bailey. Row 4: Al Eisley, Bill Steele, Bob Purviance, Robert Frye, Tom Emswiller, Herbie l-lite, Fred Gillen. Row 5: John Leccia, Terry Kalcevic, Jim Buches, Bill Wollett, Mike Palotta, Dan Curry. Karen Weddell represents the student body at the Student Council Assembly. J ,E . -f P' be f1353f?Z7' Qiiw 142 WZ- j '--- -ff LUUHLILS F? .items -- q .. Under the direction of Mr. Clarence Greenway, the Student Council is among the most important of T.J's organizations. lt serves as the government and voice of the student body. Members are elected as representatives from each of the fresh- man, sophomore, junior, and senior homerooms, Responsibilities of the Student Council include planning assembly programs, holding football and basketball dances, aiding the yearbook and news- paper staffs, and ruling on projects planned by other school clubs. lt also has a yearly Christmas project of sending out letters from Santa Claus to the grade school children in the area. W ' if '--' Q I' 2 T? L X X tl Q 5 'R s t 1 Q K pg W N, t C 51. we t -3 . guts 44 if' , J ts, ,r-' f g W r jg, ifaf,-, fig t 5- s Q . it M Y rm s -sm Qtxsgz j ft f it it i-.' k President of Student Council, Bob Purviance, gives opening invocation. Judge Weiss compares juvenile delinquency to a football game for the freshmen and sophomores. Z 5 .Y 3 2, 49 'Q X i 14 7, 1 tri v , 5 2 .. - A . SENIOR. IEIIG-I-I Row 'l left to right: Richard Zewe, Robert Frazier, Brian Houston, Janet Sue Miller, Elio Jackson, Lynda Lotz, Barbara Struble, Emily Samuels. Row 2: Jacquie Nestor, Judy Mot teram, Virginia Jones, Margaret l-losmer, Sue Ann Miller, Sharon Majetic, Mona Bornhoeft Nancy Kondrat, Mary Lynn l-lance, Mary Lou Zarnic, Betsy Miller. Row 3: Gail Semian FORENSICS SCDCIEITY' T Joe Breisch, Jack Moraitis, Sandy Slusser, Vivian Davis, Cindy Samuels, Dessa Stepanovich Sally Jones, Karen Weddell, Karen Kean, Sue Hahn. Row 4: Betsy Stock, Melanie Stepan ovich, Barbara Kondrat, Sharon Mairson, Bill Lockwood, Mary Lou Lehman, Jay l-lazen Kathy Brady, Connie Lavery, Janan Friedlander, Judy Lynch. Row 5: Charlotte Frantz Blanche Dersam, Pam Spear, Lynn Morini, Mary Bennett, Bill Kaszycki, John Ruey Carl Anderson, Rick Hamilton, Tom Dittman, Jack Higham, Bill Wollett. E, iii-X., 31 of H5553 U yall . ,, 5, Qlili 3' 'sl OFFICERS 1963 - 1964 aD" JANET SUE MILLER .,.....,....,. President. JUDITH LYNCH ......,....... . ...... Vice President MARY LoU1sI-: LEHMAN ...,.. Secretary JOHN R. HIGHAM ...,. ........... CHARLOTTE FRANTZ .,,......,... LYNDA LoTz ....,.......,...,.. SHARON MAIRSON .......... DEssA STEPANOVICH ..... JUDITH MOTTERAM ,.,.....,.,,.. JANICE ZARNIC .....,..... , ...... CYNTHIA SAMUELS ....,,,..,..,. RICHARD HAMILTON ........... MARY LOU ZARNIC .............. Treasurer Head Librarian A ss't. Librarians Statistician Historian Publicity Chairman Assft. Publicity Chairman Freshman Co-ordinator I O2 ln order to be an effective part of society, a student must learn to express his thoughts. Foren- sics teaches students to speak effectively and rea- sonably. ln the fields of extemporaneous speaking and debate, students learn about current events and the consideration of alternatives. ln .the fields of interpretation students learn about effective delivery and about fundamentals of drama. The Forensic Society, with ci membership of over one hundred, has been extremely successful in dis.trict competition, where they almost consis- tently achieved over eighty per-cent of their possible points. For the past two years the Forensic Society has sent students to national competition. Under Mr. Alan B. Rubenstein's competent direction, the Forensic Society is a respected and interesting part of our extra-curricular program. i 1' NX its Nw F5 VARSITY IDEIIEATEI TIEALAI A I H, ,Sw gi, ,iw git M5 . w,,.,,cww my i l Row 'I left to right: Janet Sue Miller, Sharon Mairson, Judy Lynch, Barbara Kondrat, Janice Zarnic, Row 2: Carl Anderson, Jack Higham, Rick Hamilton, Bill Lockwood. Ummm-1 y Qedtglmllon Registration and lunch tickets at our speech tournament on February 22. lO3 'EB' 5xr5'4?"ii?f .ziifiii ' ' Row 'I left to right: Ellen Motteram, Debbie Genge, Janet Fenton, Cynthia Matthews, Patty JUNIOR Fazzoni, Jonna Faulkner. Row 2: Gary Lotz, Mike Deese, Valerie Wagner, Claudia Rossi, H Floyd Cassinelli, Sara Jane Lang, Jessica Gilmore, Debbie Latstetter, Theresa Kaechel. Row 3: Kathy Weddell, Arthur Brown, Jim DeWeese, Beth Kidder, Joel Lee, Sally Dennen, Karen FORENSICS Foley, Peter Scuillio. Row 4: Lois Houck, Cathy Brenholts, Diane Mairson, Janice Kondrat, Carol Crain, Mary Lowenstein, Carla Lockwood, Glenn Farber. Row 5: Patty Lavery, Y Carl Stettar, Charles Shaffer, Ralph Boggess, Lewis Davis, Jim Litchfield, Sally Franz. Mary Schlitt helps out at a speech tournament. Every Thursday morning a group of seventh and eighth graders who have maintained a 2.6 average meet in room lOO for Junior High Forensics. Under the direction of Mrs. Duronio, they learn and develop correct dic- tion, poise, voice quality, inflection, pitch, and importance of contents and delivery. They have read current newspaper articles and short anecdotes. Some members are in the process of memorizing humorous or dramatic readings. The three student librarians have collected articles and made extemp and de- bate files which are being used by other mem- bers. The officers of this organization are Glenn Farber, president, Lewis Davis, vice- president, Janice Kondrat, secretary, and Mary Lowenstein, treasurer. Carla Lockwood, Diane Mairson, and Kathy Weddell are the librarians. Junior High Forensics has proved to be a very helpful experience to its members. QS? bm, SPEICTRITLE Monsters, doydreams, ideals, discouragements F-anything which is felt enough to be written down and written well appears in the Thomas Jefferson literary magazine, "The Spectrum." "The Spectrum," sponsored by Mr, Richard Stro- jan, celebrated its fifth anniversary this year, ,Creativity and originality are encouraged by this lpublication, as well as thoughtfulness and sen- lsitivity. Because "The Spectrum" says so much of what we, the students, want to say, it means a lot to the students who read, write, or organize it. its K , T 1, T Sitting left to right: Jacqueline Nestor, Cindy Taylor, Mary Lou Lehman, Bob Joyce, Paul Klauss. Standing: Karen Koeb- erlein, Carolyn McCurdy, Cindy Samuels, Marilyn Mueller, Jean Dickason, Sandi Schaffer, Dessa Stepanovich, Margaret l-losmer, Linda Sorg. Standing in the Back: Alice Tsouris, Chubby Rogers, Glenn McGogney lholding flagl, Mike Julian, Paul Speck, Bob Yornall, Karen Alderson, Linda Jones. Sitting left to right: Mike Julian, Cindy Samuels, Glenn McGogney, Jean Dickason. Standing: Paula Munro, Bill Wollett, Ginny Drnoch, Jim Adams. ...D x xv . Q 25233 if my - 1 IK :X X X xx sm5x Xbssix X X X X NX . X X X . T TESMAN Q X X ..,...., .. ,. . , 'AT X - A- rf .s..s..gkk W A xx X XX x vi Xi 2 x S gm., Row 'I left to right: Marilyn Mueller, Ginny Drnach, Cindy Samuels, Jane Evans, Janet Sue Miller, Ron Cohen, Jackie Weltner. Row 2: Mary Lou Lehman, Carollyn Malacki, Lorraine Thomas, Lynda Lotz, Kathy Kidder, Barbara Struble, Linda Jones. Row 3: George Cher- rington, Ilene Evans, Pat Russell, Bob Joyce, Linda Bailey, Karen Kean, Bonnie MacMillan. Row 4: Tom Dittman, Lynn Morini, Cheryl Felix, Pat Yanik, Randy Nelson, Jim Adams. lO6 ""-x Under the direction of Mr. Kuchta, the States- man, T. J.'s newspaper, has published nine is- sues and the special Senior Edition. ln providing news and features to the student body, the rnern- bers of the Statesman staff also learn the pro- ducing, editing, and selling of a newspaper. The Statesman, one of the rnost active organizations at T. J., involves a good deal of work and co- operation on the part of the staff, the results are gratifying. oe e Above: Members af the staff looking over the last rnonfh's Statesman. Across: Typists Carolyn Malacki and Pat Yanik preparing articles for the next issue. Below: Bob Joyce works on the layout. Business Manager Cheryl Felix adds finishing touches to an article. R U Mary Lau, Georgia, and Bob rushing to sell the newspapers MONTICELLO An active organization at T. J. is the Mon- ticello Staff, which works hard to bring a good yearbook to the student body. Under the direc- tion of Mr. Kuchta, the staff works throughout the year on pictures, layout, and descriptions of various school classes and activities. Editor Bob Joyce, a veteran of three years of yearbook work, co-ordinated a well balanced staff to produce what the staff feels is the best book to date. By creating the Monticello, the yearbook staff pro- vides an outstanding service to T. J. vit 3 , Row 'l left to right: Carolyn McCurdy, Kathy Kidder, Cindy ' ' Ch ' ton Mar Lou Jones, Janice Conn. Row 2. George erring , y Jane Evans Linda Bailey, Sandi Schaffer, Linda Jones. Row Felix, llenellivans, Karen Kiggins, Doris Kurland, Randy Nels 108 fl. y Samuels, Bob Horn, Jenny Lehman, Carolyn Malacki, 3: Karen Alderson, Cheryl on. Bob, Sandi, and Jenny work on a layout. The Monticello crew. YvA..L .ff ,Q Karen Kiggins, head rypist for the Monticello, types to meet the dead- line. Financial troubles again? The staff discusses problems with representatives from the publisher. 7 iliumwmvnm i ,W The Key Club is a service organization com- posed of sophomore, junior, and senior boys, Dur- ing the past year, the Key Club has performed many projects which aid the school and foster school spirit, This group sold refreshments at home football games, aided in crowd control at the home basketball games, sold candy, and dec- orated the school for the Christmas season. The club also brought a singing group, The High- landers, to T. J. for an assembly program and sponsored their annual Football Queen Contest. The Key Club is one of the most active organi- zations in the school and provides much service ,-.+'I'l KJI l.-I. KEY GLUE Glenn McGogney, president of Key Club, congratulates Cheryl Garber, l964 Football Queen, Row 'I left to right: Jim Ashman, Lee Miller, Pat Russell, Sam Kidder, Paul Sutcliffe, Micky Cavanaugh, Row 2: Dick Stoops, Jim Granger, Bob Purviance, Dave Bruggeman, Bill Montgomery, Doug Abel, Row 3: Doug Bradley, Doug Markle, Tom Dittman, Ron Karloski, Glenn McGogney, Mike Julian. Row 4: Jerry Siablom, John Leccia, Tom Teyes, Bill Wollett. CW 1- Z' '04 ,um ,- 45 FUTURE E'CJ'SI1NT ESS LEADERS OF .A.1XlEER.IC.A. Row 'I left to right: Toni Jo Stadnicki, Becky Jo Caley, Lana Blank, Barbara Menozzi, Carol Patrick, Connie Soles, Mary Jane Kadar. Row 2: Roslyn McTaggart, Linda Jester, Diane Check, Linda Campbell, Marlene Samarin, Carol Schwenk, Sharon lrwin, Gloria Gilmore, Janice Conn, Kathy Trent, Jeannie Grainger. Row 3: Bonnie MacMillan, Kathleen Moresea, Linda Smith, Claudia Zoller, Donna Mattes, Susan Heil, Barbara Langfitt, Renee Boulet, Valerie Holmes, Barbara Pacitti, Cathy Jester. Row 4: Marylyn Eles, lngrid Nelson, Janet Porzio, Karen Johnson, Pat Donahue, Doris Kurland, Joan Shuback, Carollyn Malacki, Sandra Munsick, Cheryl Felix. Row 5: Kathy McCoy, Susan Nazaruk, Nancy Vavra, Carol Sartore, Donna Cuddy, Mary Jane Rimsky, Lorraine Osborne, Pat Yanik, Bette D'Alessandro, Cindy Gates. The Future Business Leaders of America, a business club for juniors and seniors, has this year a membership of 49. Some of its purposes are: l. To develop competent, aggressive business leadership. 2. To strengthen the confidence of young men and women in themselves and their work. p 3. To create more interest and understanding in the intelligent choice of business occu- pations. 4. To participate in cooperative effort. 5. To encourage improvement in scholarship and promote school loyalty. A group of four students stay every Thursday af.ter school to type for any teacher who wants typing done. They took part in an all-club trip to Char- tiers Valley School by bus on April 5 for the spring regional. They entered about fifteen mem- bers in various contests such as shorthand, typing, office practice, spelling, bookkeeping, public speaking, and Miss F.B.L.A. A banquet was held in the spring. Now don't mess it upl lll Row 'I left to right: Jackie Weltner, Linda Sorg, Jane Hodge, Sandra Kurutz, Elaine Scott, Kathy Gillen, Cathy Stadnicki, Luana Certelli. Row 2: Evelyn Jaskol, Linda Latz, Marilyn Mueller, Jane Evans, Sally Doyle, Mary Jackson, Ginny Drnach, Carolyn McCurdy, Kathy Kidder, Elaine Erskine, Edith Frola. Fow 3: Joyce Fregin, Carol Simpson, Sue Heil, Janice Itft, Janice Hiscar, Connie Soles, Cindy Mason, Mary Stanton, Barbara Ennrner, Linda Grubesky, Claudia Zoller, Jane Avery. Row 4: Adele Bartholomew, Hilda Lewis, Melanie Stepanovich, Pat Nath, Karen Miller, Karen Kiggins, Linda Bailey, Ginger Rollins, Janice Pascoe, Donna Mattes, Kathy Trent. Row 5: Judi Lynch, Janan Friedlander, Becky Lee, llene Evans, Judy Fakesch, Elaine Jones, Linda Costello, Nancy Miller. PEP GLUE Qa- Front to back: Sally Doyle, Mary T. Jackson, Kathy Trent, Joyce Fregin, Judy Alexander. l 12 'TDP ' The Varsity Club, sponsored by Mr. Anthony Mullen and Mr. Charles Bakewell, provides an organization for the school's top athletes. To qualify for this club the boy must have a letter for his participation in football, basketball, base- ball, Ol' track. To Ochieve lllgh 5lOnClGVCl5 Gnd PVO' Left to right: Jim Granger, Secretary, Jack Gillen, Vice Presi mote Q Strong gtlqlefig pf-Qgrgm is 1-he basis of the dent, Ron Karloski, President, Sam Brnilovich, Sergeant-at organization. Arms' VARSITY CJIJLTE Row 1 left to right: Jack Gillen, Bob Johnson, Bob Verscharen, Torn Esselman, Sam Kidder, Mike Smith, Steve Flory, Jim Granger. Row 2: Mike Maranchi, Mike Hyjurick, Eddie Weightman, Dave Herron, Ron Halbert, Larry Cronin, Russ l-lall, Torn Burkhardt, Greg Kitchener, Jeff Cox, Row 3: Bill Brown, Ron Fuccaro, Jim Gogots, Dick Stoops, Jay Weber, Larry Colianni, Bill Montgomery, Paul Maranchi, Terry Kalcevic. Row 4: Marcy Spartz, Dave Shannon, Eddie Williams, Bob Horn, Jim Ashrnan, Doug Markle, Dave Dick, Danny Curry, Ted Hansen. Row 5: Ron Karloski, Eddie Campbell, Wayne Janczewski, Dennis Brain, Glenn McGogney, Mike Julian, John Leccia, Jeff Pifer, Terry Ballantyne. ll3 1 Under the leadership of its new sponsor, Mrs. Vernet, the Spanish Club reorganized with a de- termination to have a successful year. The suc- cess of their work was measured by the number of students they helped to send to South America under International Fellowship, lncorporated. Numerous projects were held during the year to earn money. Also, each member maintained a p correspondence in Spanish with a pen-pal in South America. The purpose of the Spanish Club is to promote better relations between North and South American students. 'll-u--,,,,,-sur... SPANISPI CLTJE Alderson, Sec reta ry. Seated: Ginny Drnach, President. Standing left to Edie Frola, Treasurer, Kathy Kidder, Vice President, right: Karen Row 1 left to right: Debbie Markle, Nancy Kalback, Jacquie Nestor, Carol McPaul, Ellie Jackson, Floris Walton, Tullyne Johns, Donna Bracken, Linda Sorg. Row 2: Ginny Drnach, Wanda Caley, Gale Mort, Edith Frola, Judy Motteram, Sharon Majetic, John Charles, Gerald Green, Kathy Porter, Jim Hudzik, Dan Gregory, Robert Karpinski. Row 3: Kay Farrell, Sheila Trasp, Mona Bornhoeft, Betty Hawk, Debbie John, Beverly Caley, Kay Kislan, Suzi Howard, Barbara Clemson, Jenepher Reynolds, Jane Avery, Margaret Hosmer. Row 4: Bill Sheppard, Martin Haines, Bob Yarnell, Ann Townley, Carol Persichetti, Joy Hazen, Elaine Jones, Sharon Mairson, Karen Alderson, Karen Leaver, Darlene Green, Kathy Kidder, Mary Lou Zarnic, Nancy MacLaren. Row 5: Keith Maxtield, Mike Petrovich, Jim Adams, Richard Hall, Jim Costello, George, Kathy Brady, Alice Keeter, Leslie Chisler, Blanche Dersam, Jody Harbison. FUTURE TEIACI-IIElR,S OF AMERICA 4 g-. Row 1 left to right: Jackie Cerqua, Janice Hiscar, Candy Coo, Sharon lames, Shirley Burke, Cheri Caligiuri. Row 2: JoAnn Brotemarkle, Jerry Bernard, Adele Barfolomeo, Marlys Maxon, Linda Grubesky, Edith Frolo, Linda Sorg, Barbara Bonheyo. Row 3: Barbara Emmer, Marleen Houck, Sheila Trasp, Pat Jordan, Leith Danahoe, Carole George, Ginny Drnach, Andria Horgos. Row 4: Diane Suhody, Judy Polink, Diane Wolf, Ann Touwnley, Sheila Mullen, Karen Alderson. IFCJELEEIG-IIN' FILL!! CI..TJ'IB Row 'I left to right: Sharon James, Cindy Samuels, Caro- lyn McCurcly, Sandi Schaffer. Row 2: Bob Horn, Lee Miller, Glenn McGogney, Don Wet- zel, Mike Julian. GUITAR. GLUE C l C -.1 A.. G-EIR.IblE.A.JNl' GLUE X: N. wg ,, V, if Q- rv ,, Row 1 left to right: Janet Rowland, Ralph Szygenda, Barbara Morgan, Joe Breisch, Luana Certelli, Richard Wolfe. Row 2: Bill Lockwood, Judy Fakesch, Betsy Miller, Susie Scott, Linda Miller, Gail Semian, Diane Cranisky, Ralph Conrad, Janet Miller. Row 3: Jim Ferguson, Roger Finfinger, Tom Esselman, Richard Hamilton, Jerry Sjoblom, Carl Anderson. Sitting left to right: Luana Certelli, Judy Fakesch. Row 2: Mrs. :Harper, Sponsor, Richard Hamilton, Bill Lockwood. FUTURE SCIENTISTS CDF AMERICA Row 1 left to right: Frank Puschak, John Charles, Tom Esselman, Richard McGarrity, Greg Kitchener. Row 2: Martin Haines, John Ruey, Marcy Spartz, Tom Dittman, Jerry Sjoblem. Row 3: Rick Hamilton, Jim Barr, Don Wetzel, Keith Maxfield. ll6 Q 'Y' TEEN S Seated: Karen Kiggins, President. Standing left to right: Linda Bailey, Vice President, Ruth Lewis, Treasur- er, Nancy Licht, Secretary. INTER, COLE ANNOITNCEES Carl Austin and William Hoop f.', i . ' ' if 5 Row 1 left to right: Barbara Bonheyo, Cheryn Nuss, Marsha Rupert, Paula Hafner, Cathy Withers, Jane Hudak, Lynn Beason, Carole Patrick, Bernie Murray, June Shaheen, Sue Hahn, Cindy Rose. Row 2: Karen Wood, Tulyne Johns, Linda Gillen, Norleen Froelich, Pat Eickley, Sydney Wilson, Jeanne Motteram, Luana Certelli, Patty Plauchak, Nancy Danklef, Donna Romano, Barbara Struble, Kathleen Eles, Kathy Archebald, Ruth Lewis, Sheila Trasp. Row 3: Judy Plants, Jo Ann Baldwin, Linda Simms, Gloria Gilmore, Linda McGrew, Jayne Plants, Roslyn McTaggart, Jean Dewar, Margaret Ritter, Carol Rogerson, Carole George, Elaine Ereskine, Donna Gray, Judy Nicholson, Orna Knopfel, Cathy Greenwald, Judy Marnell. Row 4: Linda Bartko, Jat Donahue, Martha Dunlop, Gail Spark, Jane Wilson, Karen Kiggins, Karen Leaver, Chris Trappen, Hilda Lewis, Nancy MacLaren, Janice Pascoe, Nancy Webb, Kathy Gillen, Linda Smith, Linda Bailey, Raven Wall, Janice DeWalt, Judy Polink. Row 5: Carol Wilson, Betty Kay Rush, Carrie Sedinger, Janice Lasher, Carole Lloyd, Grace Bucar, Joy Hazen, Cheryl Lisak, Joan Mayak, Elaine Lytle, Ann Townley, Donna Mattes, Adele Bartholomeo, Sherry Slepecki, Ingrid Nelson, Karen Miller, Nancy Miller, Karen Doyle, Diane Wolfe, Diane Suhody. i 5 'TK' Mft xx Ml' LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Row 1 left to right: Patty Smith, Cherrie Nuss, Paula Hafner, Janet Sue Miller, Donna Sparks, Marlene Samarin, Jean Hudak, Jane Avery, Frances Horgas, Kathy Gillen, Mary Lou Warhola. Row 2: Jean Dewar, Barbara Morgan, Judy Plants, Goldie Dropulich, Sandy Large, Mary Lou McDonald, Christine Trappen, Linda Lotz, Beverly Frazzoni, Gloria Gilmore, Mary Ann Bricker, Nancy Kalback, Jeanne Grainger, Jeanne Motteram, Barbara Emmer, Luana Certelli. Row 3: Nancy Webb, Geri Burke, Eileen Jolley, Nancy MacLaren, Linda Rudolph, Susie Howard, Sally Jones, JoAnn Brotemarkle, Marlene Houck, Raven Wall, Judy Marnell, Grace Bucar, Karen Loos, Annette Niedzieda, Jackie Schnorr. Row 4: Karel Shelkey, Gerald Little, Robert Joyce, Linda Campbell, Lynn Smith, Mike Lee, Joan Shuback, Linda Grubesky, Barbara Kondrat, Judy Lynch, Gwen Arnold, Helen Lovell, Bonnie Burke, Dennis Gaza. Row 5: Shirley Econovich, Nancy Crowder, Carole Schmidt, Susan Brown, Diane Cranisky, Diane Wolfe, Mary McBride, Charlotte Frantz, Jody Harbison, Connie Lavery, Janan Fried- lander, Melody Laverick, Lucy Lane, Pamela Spears, Martin Haines, Gary Goltz. LIBRARY CLLTIB Row 1 left to right: Pat Smith, Judy Plants, Goldie Dropulich, Donna Sparks, Jean Hudak, Frances Horgas, Barbara Emmer, Mary Lou Warhola. Row 2: Bar- bara Morgan, E i I e e n Jolley, Nancy MacLaren, Linda Rudolph, Beverly Frazzoni, Gloria Gilmore, Mary Ann Bricker, Nancy Kal- back, Jeanne Grainger, Bonnie Burke, Jean Dewar. Row 3: Karel Shelkey, Lynn Smith, Mike Lee, JoAnn Brotemarkle, Marlene Houck, Raven Wall, Judy Mar- nell, Grace Bucar, Geri Burke. Row 4: Linda Campbell, Nancy Crowder, Bob Joyce, Mary Mc- Bride, Joan Shuback, Linda Gru- besky, Helen Lovell, Martin Haines, Dennis Gaza, Row 5: Susan Brown, Carole Schmidt, Shirley Econovich, Diane Cranis- ky, Jody Harbison, Connie Lav- H Q ery, Melody Laverick, Lucy Lone, ' Pamela Spear, Gary Goltz: H8 FUTURE I-ICDLlEELZE.A.IiEI'i'.S CDF AMERICA Row 'I left to right: Jeanne Motteram, Lynda Lotz, Sarah Bence, Linda Shirley, Kathy Withers, Paula Hafner. Row 2: Barbara Struble, Carol Rogersan, Linda Gillen, Carol Miller, Linda Rudolph, Linda Houston, Nancy Kalback, Mary Lou Zarnic. Row 3: Janie Wilson, Gail Spark, Carol Lloyd, Becky Cathell, Glenda McGrew, Shirley Econovich, Judy Pasqua, Pat Degenhardt, Cheryl Liska. Row 4: Nancy Webb, Bernadette Mattes, Melody Laverick, Janice DeWalt, Cheryl Boeving, Kathy Winn, Grace Bucar, Carrie Sedinger, Row 1 left lo right: Cheryl Keffer, Jean Yanko, George Manners, Bill Kirby, Charles Bisel, Row 2: Tom Bartolini, Ted Kacmarik, Jim McConeghy, Tim Snyder, Ken Kautz. Row 3: Ron King, Jim Charney, Bill Hurley, Dan Conlon. Row 4: Bill Hines, Tom Rush, John McQueen, Richard Conlon. DISTEIEUTIVE EDUCATION' I ll9 JEFFIEIQ, SUN HZ' 3 I Row Row Jacki Jack Moriatis and Emily Nace Samuels discuss latest is- sue as advisor, Mrs. Gourley looks on. IEIEEIPI.-CDIR.IElIR.S CLIIIE a in "-vw' Nr Left to right: Judy Schnorr, Secretary, Jackie Schnorr, Treasurer, Jerry Siob- lom, Vice President, Dave Mrochek, President. 'I 2: e Y, i i ii 1 'lo ' J f' cccs, rx Row 'I left to right: Mary Ann Versharen, Janie Barr, Dandridge Scott, Gary Lotz, Gary Rudukavich, Bob Karpinski, Chuck Miller, Tom Foster. Row 2: Lynne Sandmeyer, Debbie Shannon, Mark Wallace, Virginia Jones, Glenn Farber, Blanche Markley, Linda Marshall, Ellie Jackson, Emily Sam- uels, Kathy Weddell, Flaris Walton. Row 5: Mary Ann Koechel, Peggy Beitel, Nancy Kondrat, Mary Lynne Hance, Linda Jordan, Linda Puschak, Elena Poropatich, Shelly Moll, Susan Mattera, Diane Mairson, Row 4: Sandy Braithwaite, Sheila Walks, Karla Lockwood, Mary Ann Lowenstein, Holly Heinboch, Anna Grace Daniels, Jane Guy, Brooke Gamble, Ralph Bogus, Tony Kobelak, Bob Reichle, Row 5: Robin Adams, Debbie Brown, Gail Semian, Donna Schmidt, Jack Moriatis, Debbie Kapp, Debbie Heyl- mun, Kay Farrel, Marty Brotemarkle, Bob Beckjord, Carol Thompson. left to right: Mike Lee, Kathleen Moresea, Linda Smith, Pat Fink, Leith Donna Romano, Geri Burke, Judy Schnorr, Linda Martell, Linda Walsh. Schnorr, Francis Doyle, Linda Bailey, Bob Brown, Chuck Petty. Row Dave Myrochek, Ed Trainor, Mike Pallota, Jerry Sjoblem, ew. Donahue. Row 3: 4: Jerry " Simms, Cathy Stadnicki ton. Row 2: Linda Jones zinger. Row 3: Grace Bucar Rice. vw ' ART GLUE 3 an N.. 'X Left to right: Eileen Hill, Cathi Stadnicki, Norman Felix, Linda Jones. STAG-IE! CR.El'VV' Row I left to right: Daniel Greenwald, Francis Doyle, Douglas Hindman, Robert Brown, Harold Anderson. Row 2: Merle Henry, Charles Petty, Mike Cundra, Richard Curry, Donald Wetzel. l2l Row 'I left to right: Linda R J, John Karnack, Linda Hous- I I Carol Wilson, Linda Pus: X Chok, Eileen Hill, Pat Mel'- Cindy Elswick, Mary Mci f"" Bride, Diane Schmidt, Vic JUNIOR, RED CROSS Row 1 left to right: Leslie Walker, Susan Kerr, Thomas Malacki, Jack Dewmeyer, Shelley Moll. Row 2: Gretchen Tuomi, Janet Wilson, Leon Nath, Stephanie Willson, Susan Kuchta. Row 3: Joan Mittenzwey, Rhonda Malone, Linda Jacoles, Jon Saire, Robin Adams. Row 4 Priscilla Parke, Richard Suhody, Robert Wright, Dianna Dowie, Diane Zuber. STAJBZEP CLITE f af! i WU! 5' Row 'I left to right: William Ferguson, Karen Thomas, Debby DeWalt, Mary Lou Warhola. Row 2: Dave Gary, Sandra Cunningham, Linda Thomas, Phillip Zillman. Row 3: Karel Shelky, Melody Laverick, Harry Erhardt. l22 i L vs Left to Randy Meadows, William Neilson, Don Sartore. CI-IE,IS13E.A.1N' GLUE 13 f-:R . ' , .fr . Row I left to right: Toni Jo Sladnicki, Karen Wood, Elaine Erskine, Sue Hahn, Pat Smith. Row 2: Karel Shelkey, Barbara Emrner, Gloria Gilmore, Mike Lee, Beverly Kusner. Row 3: Karen Miller, Linda Bailey, Martha Dunlap, Eileen Jolley, Sandi Schaffer, Row 4: Vic Rice, Blanche Dersam, Dave Aiken, Eddie Trainor, Mike Pallotta. E,.A.IDICD CLTIE ,. T, ' ' ...es G , ii A ix, Row 1 left to right: Mike Santoro, Bob Brownlee. Row 2 Rick McAcl'iren, George Cherrington, Al Naugle, George Mc Cormick. right: Greg Szekeres, Ernest Young, Ron Sartore, l23 lwg 3-'E Q FACULTY MAKES IT '1"'VV'CD IIN' Faculty All-Stars Row 1 left to right: Referee Al Landrin, Chuck Bakewell, Bill McTaggart, Dave Olinzock, Tim Barone, Referee Karl Sanritch. Row 2: Steve Pavlak, Al Jackson, Howard Crawford, John Rapchak, Jerry Urda, Henry Aloisi, Jim Roberts. Row 3: Tony Mullen, George Milto, John Hall, Chuck Baskevich, Frank Bishop, Bill Truax, Coach John Fleckenstein. Above: Faculty dancers per- form the twist, hully gully, gorilla, monkey, and stomp, plus many ORIGINAL steps! Right: "Teenagers" Bucy and Kuchta enter the "Clark Farce Dance Party." Faculty Cheerleaders Row 'l: Barbara Parnell. Row 2 left to right: Pat Romeo, Carolyn Vernet, Sue Joseph. Row 3: Sue Kelso, Joyce Paga- nucci, Ellie Eichelman, Carol Johnson, Harriet Bucy, Donna Supra. 124 .A. IRCDVV IIN' ANNUAL EENEFIT Another capacity crowd witnessed the Sixth Annual Benefit Student-Faculty Basketball Game sponsored by the West Jefferson Hills Professional Association in behalf of its scholarship fund. The old "teenagers" won .the game 43-38 in what proved to be one of the best games in the series. "The Clark Farce Show" was the theme of the pre-game show with Mr. Fleckenstein handling the disc jockey chores. The highlight of the show was T. J.'s own rock and roll group, "The Ter- mites," featuring Mr. Hall, Mr. Urda, Mr. Olin- zock, and Mr. Aloisi. The majorettes and cheerleaders under the direction of Mrs. Smith also entertained. Mr. Kloock was general chairman of the event. skit Left: Ringo Aloisi per- forms during the "Termites" Above: Dave Shannon and Mr, Aloisi jump for the ball Below: Mr. Mullen is caught in the middle. gf W Senior All-Stars Row 1 left to right: Paul Speck, Bob Purviance, Mike Hyjurick, Mike Dick. Row 2: Ron Korlos- ki, Dave Shannon, Dan Curry. Row 3: Coach Harold Miller, Mike Rodgers, Terry Kalcevic, Bob Keefer. a 7 A .. 4 Q I Q - z . 5 hV, 5 126 . gr . " ' s, . 4' -' -5 an + - M J ' - mm-E, ...LAY-2 2' f- 11-Wf ,,, N193 , -' 5 i ,, -ll K' N hi ... Q: Ar i W wmv.. Q R- --.,7g:w-W . - rug. ..,,.,. ww A - K 1. 5 - , M- A1 ' 5. . . " '- of f f f f' -.1fTYlQ5'yf, H h- .i. .,, ' 1 , X, , ,. pam f- .Q 6 , U,x..,. in q ., ,S I K p , , - xn , . A Q ,N 1-. f... it A W w 5 LL - . Nxgmww , ,, rx X A .J .N X -we - ky . ' ' f I Yrs +231 ' Q XRS? Q - f , , . f .. . f N . fa .. gasps :igx5g1q,g..!., P ASQ . . .X Q as if f?i! LFfi U U E VVORKS IIN' .A. TIEALZE it FOR, VICTCRY M, I, A e, 55,8 v f 3 1 I IE'LT'I' TURNS .A.1YI' ANIZLE TCD IBAEAIKEI f I y y I TI-IE! G-OAL ATHLETICS 127 VARSITY CI-IEEIR,I.E.A.JDEIR,S i 1 SQ-U-.AD Kneeling left to right: Judy Alexander, Mary T, Jackson, Edith Frola. Standing: Connie Soles, Ginny Drnach, Claudia Zoller, Becky Lee, Janice Hiscar, Luana Certelli, JoAnn Hiscar. Get that point! Enthusiasm, school spirit, loyalty, cooperation are but a few of the attributes of the Thomas Jefferson Varsi.ty Cheerleaders. This they have displayed throughout the sports season. Pep and personality, precision, coordination, and neatness in appearance were much in evidence through their performances this year at football and bas- ketball games. Through their efforts the response of .the student body was felt more this year of i964 than ever before, at the various sports en- gagements, as well as at our pep rallies. lt is their desire that this spirit will grow and carry over into the future of our high school. The squad again this year continued their membership in the United States Cheerleader's Association, headquartered in East Lansing, Mich- igan, benefiting from the suggestions offered through the quarterly magazine issued by the Association. Through funds received as donations from the Thomas Jefferson P.T.A. and Student Council, as well as their annual dance, the cheerleaders were able to use new megaphones this year, and also able to purchase new varsity sweaters and em- blems worn for the first time at the Allegheny County Cheerleading Competition, held at Mon- tour High School on Friday, March l3, l964. fm Q, , ' . A - N i . -1 ,4- J ITNIOR, IE-II CHEERLEADERS ,Q Row 'I left to right: Kathy Shalley, Leslie Walker, Lois Houck. Kondrat, Jan Sayre. Row 2: Betsy Miller, Janice 1N'CDIE?.'I'I-I .ALL1E'.G-I-IEIJN'Y ONLY J AG-ITAE. VICTIISE VARSITY TJ Opp. Westinghouse Memorial 12 19 Elizabeth-Forward 7 31 West Mifflin North 6 47 Fox Chapel 7 13 Bethel O 13 Monogahela 6 20 North Hills 6 26 North Allegheny 13 12 Clairton 0 33 JUNIOR VARSITY Snowden 6 7 Glassport O 14 Brentwood 39 O Carrick 21 O Wilmerding O 28 Elizabeth-Forward 13 7 Jim Ashman takes the ball around the end for five yards under blocking of Ron Karloski. Row I left to right: Daryl Celestino lManagerl, Jim Granger CManager1, Jay Weber, Paul Moore, Mike Maranche,Jack Gillen, Nick Phillips, Sam Kidder, Richard Castagna,JeffJohnson, Randy Lappa, Jim McElheny, Lou Visco, Tom Yarnell. Row 2: Mr. Stoicovy, Thomas Burkhardt, Russ Hall, Larry Colaianni, Chuck Lee, Dick Stoops, Dennis Brain, Sam Brnilovich, Wayne Janczewski, Ron Karloski, Terry Kalcevic, Bob Davis, Dan Curry, Jeff Pifer. Row 3: Mr. lstvan, Mr. Mullen, Paul Maranchi, Joe Kolvek, Jim Gates, Rick Niccoli, Jim Ashmon, Greg Watko, Jim Hazen, Jeff Cox, Rich Kossum, Mick Pallotta, AI Eisley, Chuck Shafer, Jim Buches, Bob Horn, Mr, Urda, Mr. Rapchak, Row 4: Monroe Young, Paul Shuttleworth, Steve Foreman, Jan Squire, Jim Wiley, Wayne Fisher, Cliff Bickerton, James Armstrong, Allen Green, Steve Flory. , ,,m'+ Row l left to right: J. Kolvek, P. Shuttleworth, P. Moore, S. Flory, J. Hazen, J. Cox, R Kossum, M. Pallotta, J. Johnson, C. Shafer. Row 2: R. Niccoli, M. Young, J. Gates, R Vogel, J. Wiley, R, Castagna, R. Lappa, J. McElheny, S. Kidder, L. Visco. Row 3: J. Ash man, S. Foreman, J. Squire, N. Phillips, W. Fisher, C. Bickerton, J. Armstrong, A. Eisley J. Buches, A. Green. Not Pictured: Tyrone Spence. The Coaches, left to right: George lstvan, Jerry Urda, Head Coach: George Stoicovy, John Rapchak, Tony Mullen. !0Al IMF Across: Players whoop it up after a completed pass by Horn. Below: Joy Weber takes it up the middle. ., .. AM wwawmms... gf-m.m,fm..aA1mm:fAwa fr vm-we ...m.W.w,, www.. ,.,,w..,.,.w,w-fwrwilqggm-Hua,-,i WAYNE DENNIS BRAIN BOB HORN JANCZEWSKI Senior Tackle Senior Quarterback Senior Tackle SAM BRNILOVICH Senior Fullback JACK GILLEN Junior Halfback ima GUM? Q 'X 4 5 GREG WATKO RON KARLOSKI Senior Halfback Senior Guard OUA, TERRY KALCEVIC DAN CURRY Senior End Senior End CHUCK LEE Senior End 133 DICK STOOPS Senior Center SIICITE-I ANNUAL FOOTBALL EANQUET - NJ' Toastmaster Ewing makes a funny! On November 20 the annual foot- ball banquet was held in the high school. The meal, consisting of Swiss steak, was served in the cafeteria. At its completion, the football team went to the Community Room to receive their awards and hear .the speakers. The main speaker of the evening was Moe Scarry from Waynesburg Col- lege, who was named coach of the year of the West Penn Conference. He was preceded by Coach Urda and Ron Karloski, who commented on the season and the efforts of the team. The Football Mothers Club gave the underclassmen football sweaters in appreciation for all their work. The senior football players received cuff links and tie clasps as remembrances of their last high school football sea- son. ln addition, the entire student body also thanked the team for their great effort. - Above: Guest speaker, Moe Scarry, addresses football players in the Community Room. Below Seniors prepare for their last T.J. Football Banquet. Bob, Skitch, Denny, and Sam feast on Swiss steak. Above' Sophomores receive their foot- ball sweatshirts Below Proud parents wonder why their boys couldn t have done better 5 CROSS COUNTRY M Row 'I left to right: Bill Brown, Jim Granger, Greg Kitch- ener. Row 2: Tom Esselman, Eddie Weightman, Don Bowser. Row 3: Matty Brotemarkle, Clare Faix, Gilbert Durosko. c. , the M, N T 'N Mr. Bishop clocks Jim Granger at l2 minutes, 26 seconds, the Cross Country course record. Jim Granger gets some enthusiastic support from Herb l-lite and Ron Roup. Under the direction of Mr. Frank Bishop, CROSS COUNTRY had its second year at T.J. The team, consisting of ten varsity members, be- gins practicing two weeks before school opens and continues atter school during the season, The home course is located below the Bell Telephone Building and is two and one-eighth miles long. The record for the course is i2 minutes, 26 sec- onds ond is held by Jim Granger, a senior this year. The meets are held after school and on Saturday mornings. The i963 season consisted of one victory over Monongahela, the opening meet, and tive succeeding losses. However, the team played such experienced teams as Gateway, McKeesport, and Clairton. The boys hope to be more successful next year when they will be more experienced. Q -Q' .H 1 "....'!--- an 5 B 'M .A Qin'-3 II! J.A.G-'LT.A.R,S I-IAVIE EEST SEASON The i963-64 basketball Jaguars registered the best season by far in the school's history. Although T. J. won only three of eight exhibi- tion games, they won ten of their fourteen Sec- tion l2A games to finish in a second place tie with Bethel. Their total season record of l3 victories and 9 defeats was the best compiled by a Jaguar team. Other highlights of the season included defeating Stowe and West- inghouse Memorial, both of which played at the Field l-louse, and breaking the single scor- ing record of 94 points at McKees Rocks. Con- gratulations to Coach Briggs and the squad on a fine season. Kneeling left to right: Glenn McGogney, Coach Briggs, Bill Montgomery. Green, Steve Flory, Mike Julian, Ted Hansen, Bob Horn, Jim Ashman. Elizabeth Forward Rostraver Snowden Bellmor Clairton Baldwin Westinghouse Memorial Fort Cherry Brentwood McKees Rocks Carnegie Bethel Stowe West Allegheny Trafford Fort Cherry Brentwood McKees Rocks Carnegie Bethel Stowe West Allegheny 'lOvertime Won: I3 Row 2: Bob T.J 62 Lost: 9 75 67 65 67 76 78 53 49 73 78 62 53 60 7l 5l 4l 94 8l 56 55 59 56 73 lOl 70 5l 5l 58 56 68 60 56 64 5l 84 53 47 64 72 65 72 47 OPP 68 Left to right: John Fleckenstein, Athletic Director, Charles Bakewell, Bob Horn Glenn McGogney Junior Varsity Basketball Coach, John Briggs, Head Basketball Coach, Senior Forward Senior Forward Frank Bishop, Junior High Basketball Coach. Co-Captain J'LJ'IN'ICDE. VARSITY Kneeling left to right: David Dick, John Wiley, Paul Sutcliffe, Sam Kidder, Jeff Wells. Row 2: Dennis Maxfield, Bill Poterick, Ron Roup, Braden Montgomery. Not Pictured: Tyrone Spence. T,J. OPP. Elizabeth Forward 42 44 Rostraver 47 50 Snowden 5l 30 Bellmar 42 60 Clairton 4l 43 Baldwin 45" 42 Westinghouse 138 Memorial 48 55 Fort Cherry 45 60 Brentwood 47 40 Mcliees Rocks 50 52 Carnegie 43 50 Bethel 50 56 Stowe 55 70 West Allegheny 62 45 Trafford 55 50 Fort Cherry 50 56 Brentwood 42 37 McKees Rocks 48 44 Carnegie 55 35 Bethel 50 6l Stowe 58 70 West Allegheny 63 43 'Overtime Won: 9 Lost: l3 Bill MOMSOMGFY Mike Jullan Bob Green Ted Hansen Jum Ashman Semor Guard Semof Forward Junlor Guflfd Sennor Center Junior Forward Co-Captain J 'EJ'1N'IOIE2. I-IIG-I-I SQUAD OPP Homeville 52 Brentwood 61 Clairton 59 Elizabeth Forward 38 Walnut 29 Lebanon 40 Glassport 26 Wallace 47 Port Vue 44 Elizabeth Forward 29 Walnut 27 Lebanon 37 Glassport 31 Wallace 42 Port Vue 52 Record: Won: 5 Lost lO J.A.G-TJ'.AI2.S 'VVIJN' SEICTICDJN' H2 TITLES IN' Row 1 left to right: Jock Scott, Ron Holbert, Bud Christofel, Lorry Smith, Jim McVicker. Row 2: Coach Bokewell, Tom Brierly, Joy Weber, Ed Williams, Mike Hyjurick, Bob Davis, Row 3: Jim Ashmon, Chuck Lee, Bob Hom, Dove Shoririon, Ed Campbell. Row 4: Mike Reilly, Les George, Dermie Petro, Bill Griffiths, Wayne Jonczewski. Proud Jefferson fons turned out to cheer. Griffy picks one up. we -- kk FIIQST SEASON Thomas Jefferson's l963 baseball team, the first in the school's history, had .the most success- ful season that any sports team has enjoyed at the school to date. Coached by Mr. Charles Bake- well, the Jaguars coupled timely hitting and a stellar defense with outstanding pitching to reach the finals in WPIAL competition. After winning four out of five exhibition games, T.J, became Section champs by winning eight out of ten games. The Jaguars defeated Upper St. Clair, Mount Lebanon, and Snowden twice each in section play while splitting their games with Bethel and Char- tiers Valley to compile this record. T.J. also scored play-off victories over Washington, Montour, and Beaver Falls before finally losing to McKeesport in the WPIAL finale. ln the finale the Tigers capitalized on Jaguar defensive errors to defeat T.J. ace pitcher, Mike Reilly, 7-2. fwttxww. Us .QW Q '- . T. , C, Rs 2 5 'ix is-is .s H -,Ji 5,511 K - T , ififf s f J . - Q g . X A. -,. M-.--. Denny BLASTS one at the McKeesport play off! Mouse scores a winning run! Coach Bakewell comes out to settle the plate dispute! .aj isis ig. i fs- TRACK TEIALLE I-IAS 'Y7VIIN'1Yl'IJN'G- SEASON' Row 1 left to right: Jim Angotti, Jack Gillen, Carlton Layne, Greg Watko, John Leccia, Jim Granger, Russ Hall, Mike Maranche, Tom Esselman, Tom Burkhardt, Sam Brnilovich, Dennis Brain Mike Petrovich. Row 2: Paul Maranchi, Bob Johnson, Steve Foreman, Don -Nw A 1 M, Bowser, Joe Kolvek, Bob Wray, Richard Hall, Ray Vogel, Mike Pallotta, Dale Harry, Jim Hazen, Ron Fuccaro, Marcy Spartz. Row 3: James George, Rich Kossum, Skip Lawson, Bill Brown, Sam Kidder, Tom Emswiller, Eddie Weightman, Wayne Fisher, Greg Kitchener. Jim Gogots, Martin Haines. E, H 1 We 25' J ae .IE 4' f,,g,1' ,L-"'i'f' li: j -, rf-ily, iff LQ if 3 Below: Sam Brniloyich throws the jave- lin. Across: Jim Granger, Bob Wray, and Russ Hall practice their track skills. Above: Bob Johnson and Jack Gillen pass the baton in relay. Q ""3.-711 Q'- Row 1 left to right: Tom Higham, Al Brennfleck, Fred Zoller, Dennis Peterson, Albert Woodman, Dana Robinson, James Brickner, Chuck Miller, Tom Foster, Fred X Gillen. Row 2: Mike Bubonovich, John Hosmer, Tom Jageman, Daryl Celestino, Dennis Goltz, Bob Frye, Clare Faix, Den- nis Abel, Gilbert Durosko, Allan Fedela. Row 3: Larry Lees, Tyrone Spence, Rich Niccoli, William Scott, Tom Cochran, Dwight Conklin, Dennis Maxfield, Marty Brotemarkle, Michael Plauchak, Joe Coulter. 142 G-CLF TEl.A.LlE CDR,G-.A1W'IZIEI1D - so P if ..,. Standing left to right: Kerry Lewis, Mr. Roberts, Jeff Cox, Dave Dick, Terry Ballontyne. ln the spring of l963, Mr. Rob- erts organized the Golf Club, which developed into T. J.'s present Golf Team. Like the other sport teams, the Golf Team participates in regu- lar sectional competition. Last year the team won two and lost eight of the meets held at South Hills Coun- try Club. During their practices at Riverview and South Park golf courses, the team learns the finer points of golf. The golf team is working hard to perfect their skills and improve their rating. l l i l Row 'l left to right: Taylor DeWeese, Dave Dick, Jeff Cox, John Wiley, Creigh Bogart, Jim Adams, Dick Stoops. Row 2: Mr. Roberts, Sponsor, Terry Ballantyne, Bill Wollett, Dick Fournier, Kerry Lewis, Charles Thatcher, Bob Purviance. 143 Wm Z: ' if H V ,,.V, my . S S .b fi. 32 , fn , 5 , S A. . ,A x A, ' L' xg ' . .5 S ,- M . ' 1? Q 5' N .ina ' ff , S ' Q r k . . 5 , ' Sf Q XS , y' S .JM U U E IBE..AG-S CDF CLASS ACCOJSZEPLISI-IJ5AIIEJNl'TS VVI-IILEI I TI-IIJN'IiS OF LZEY CONTRIBUTIONS 7 ll I TIJN'IDIElI2.CL.ASSJ5EIElJN' Q ,N M , Officers: President, Dave Mrochek, Vice President, Jonathan Squire, Treasurer, Carol Patrick Secreta ry, Linda Smith. J'LTJN'ICDIEQ,S 11-A 220 Row 1 left to right: Marcia Rupert, Barbara Emmer, Janice Hiscar, Christine Hall, Susan Beck, Janet Sue Miller. Row 2: Linda Kurin, Rosemarie Kulish, Ronald Cohen, Robert Low, Richard McGarrity, Judy Lynch. Row 3: Jim Angotti, Tim Angotti, Braden Mont- gomery, Jett Johnson, Herb Hite, Jon Squire. Row 4: Paul Shuttleworth, Roger Fintinger, Jim Bauer, Tom Dittman, Doug Markle, Paul McGrew. Row 5: Taylor DeWeese, Jerry Sjoblom, Dale Harry, Jett Piter, Jack Hig- ham, Ron Stack. 1 1-B 116 Row 1 left te right: Margie Crawford, Tullyne Johns, Norleen Froelich, Ber- nadette Murray, Evelyn Jaskol, Roslyn McTaggart. Row 2: Jeanne Grainger, Anna Marie Fedorka, Margaret Rit- ter, Karen Koeberlein, Teresa Peter- sen, Diane Check. Row 3: Linda Bart- ko, Patricia Donahue, Sandra Lewis, Sandra Munsick, Carollyn Malacki, Diane Miller. Row 4: Darlene Gibson, Carol Wilson, Barbara Kondrat, Jamie E wi n g , Carol Engelmohr, Barbara Newcomer. Row 5: Martha Domer, Nancy Petrovich, Barbara Stokey, Carol Ney. when in doubt, write it out! l hate Mondays! 11-C 213 Row 1 left to right: Natalie Magiske, Frances Horgos, Patti Plauchak, Gail Spark, Jane Avery, Deborah John, Betty Hawk. Row 2: Claudia Zoller, Jane Query, Marsha Houser, Sally Jones, Wayne Travis, Carol Handshue, Gary Hemminger. Row 3: Barry Briggs, Douglas Hindman, Kathy Porter, Carol Santore, Sharon Murphy, Linda Walsh, Linda Smith. Row 4: Lee Weisenbacher, Lawrence Sanders, Richard Hall, Allan Green, Frank Romano, John Cunningham, William Steele, Raymond Vogel. Row 5: Carol Craw- ford, Judy Schweitzer, Randolph Mills, Matthew Barna, Jeffrey Davis, James Jordan, Jerome Unites. I47 1 11-D 122 Row 'I left to right: Maxine Schwartzman, Carol Patrick, Logan Ausburn, Carol Wilson, Jackie Cerqua, Linda Campbell, Sheila Mul- len. Row 2: Joan Black, Gloria Gilmore, Eileen Jolley, Ned Hornburger, Gary Arasin Ed Motterham, Harold Anderson. Row 3: Paul Sutcliffe, Lee Letcher, Gloria Hofstet- ter, Jackie Schnorr, Jack Gillen, Frank Pus- chak, Cheryl Rentschler. Row 4: Pat Beck- jord, Kathy Greenwald, Doug Abel, Charles Jester, Gary Adams, Andy Alcorn, Blanche Dersam, Fred Haun. Row 5: Diane Schmidt, Rich Gordon, Burke Salsi, Jim Quinlin, Jim Hazen, Pat Yanik. 1 'I1-E 217 Row 'I left to right: Vicki Baker, Linda Shir- ley, Geri Bernard, Signe Orman, Elaine Scott, Jean Dewar, Sharon Irwin, Row 2: Linda Jester, Joyce Keffer, Sally Megraw, Holly George, Roger Hoge, Louis Visco, Thomas Koch. Row 3: Alice Keefer, Judy Marnell, Linda Neff, Linda Costolo, Raven Wall, Jan Finnin, Pat Russell. Row 4: Edward Casaldi, Robert Wray, Rich Niccoli, Charles Petty, Ronald Lewis, Bill Burkett, Jey Weber. Row 5: Tom Teves, Philip Larcinese, Richard Curry, Joseph Kobelak, Jim Gates, Donald Anjeski. i' g, .Q fi N s.f"' BN C X H- X- 5 I 5 , l , A 1 Above: We know you're there, Randy! Left: A little too orderly-it must be posed. 'I1-F 223 Row 'I left to right: Jacqueline Weltner, Bon- nie Montresor, Patricia Eickley, Sandra Crouch, Connie Soles, Cindy Mason. Row 2: Patricia Smith, Mary Lees, Linda McGrew, Linda l-leller, Barbara Clemson, Cheryl Lisak, Barbara Lang' fitt, Annette Niedziela, John Charles. Row 3: Carol Rogerson, Karen Johnson, Morlys Max- son, Donald Larcinese, Suzanne Heil, James Ashman, Alva Blakley, Bill Lockwood. Row 4: Sandra Carter, Diana Hartlein, Mary Kuchta, Connie Lavery, Kothy Brady, Grace Bucar, Patrick Brannigan, Calvin Felix. Row 5: Michael Cundro, Douglas Bradley, William Neilson, Charles Paterick, John Perozich, Thomas Leech. 11-G 107 Row 'I left to right: Joy Anne Henze, Candy Coo, Barbara Pavlack, Louise Erick- son, Beverly Caley, Suzi Howard, Sandy Critchfield. Row 2: Janet Lynn Miller, Linda Lidey, Peggy Ann Otway, Sandy De- Maio, Lorraine Thomas, Karen Stoops, Donna Mattes, John Onamastico. Row 3: Bonnie Burke, Ruth Lewis, Leslie Chisler, Dennis Gaza, Fred Kearney, Jerry Cronin, John Ruey. Row 4: Bob Green, Ed Trainor, Mike Cavanaugh, Dave Lycett, Francis Doyle, Linda Runatz, Ed Bucar, Bob Brown. Row 5: Dave Mrochek, Jim McElheny, Jim Lula, Ralph Dolton, Don Paszkiewicz, Joe Kolvek, Dan Parkhill. V55-:I Let's go Jaguars, we want some action! BM? Come on, Linda! 'I'l-H 109 Row 'I left to right: Barbara Men- nozzi, Jane Hodge, Linda Smith, Carol Schwenk, Goldie Dropulich, Sandy Large, Paula Sharpeta. Row 2: Carole Malli, Jayne Ann Plants, Janet Porzio, Ruth Gotto, Kay Kis- lan, Donna Tyhonas, Leith Dona- hoe, Patricia Eisley, Catherine Sharrow. Row 3: Susan Joseph, Glenn Schumann, George Cherring- ton, Cheryl Clark, Linda Grubesky, Joan Shuback, Donna Benjamin, Patricia Fink, Jay Clarke. Row 4: Alvin Chevron, Thomas Miller, Nick Siroki, James Vennebush, Margaret Forquhar, Janice De- Walt, Jerry Nacey, Thomas Stokes. Row 5: Charles Hirth, Joseph Ora- vec, William Stoup, Randy Nelson, Walter Davis, Frank Duschek, Donald Bowser, Allen Curry. Janie Querey cracks a funny, in Spanish yet. Cool clear water. 4' f?"'J A 'I1-I 212 Row 'I left to right: June Heley, Carol McCarthy, Karen Minadeo, Nancy Davis, Ray Dalzel, Beverly Kiggins, Janet Sowa, Dianne Bennett. Row 2: Ingrid Nelson, Sherry Slepecki, Oma Knopfel, Jennifer Jones, Karen Smith, Mary Mesing, Cindy Elswick, Pat Deg- anhardt, Jan lfft, Row 3: Garry Goeltz, Clyde Lance, Mike Stadnicki, Paul Fleming, James Odenthal, Dan- ny Greenwald, Keith Snider, Carol Shelkey. Row 4: Steve Foreman, Pat Diaz, Kathy Vennebush, Tom Brierly, Eddy Moore, Frank Henderson, Bob Dinsmore, Nick Phillips. - ws Q Below: l like Mad the best. Right: Carol Malli smiles in relief finally . . . the top of the "Down" steps and no teachers, l5l if 32 if All Officers: Seated left to right: Vice President, Janice Zarnic, Secretary, Karen Kean. Stand ing: Treasurer, Melanie Stepanovich, President, Sam Kidder, Sponsor, George Milto. SCDIF'IEICDIlMECJIR.IElS 10-A 219 Row 1 left to right: Paulette Mead, Joseph Speicher, Sarah Bence, Jan- ice Little, Mary Lou Warhola, Albert Woodman, Dan Gargey, Linnie Shipp. Row 2: Beverly Fazzoni, Lin- da Houston, Nancy MacLaren, Linda Rudolph, Beverly Kusner, Mary Lou Zarnic, Gary Baker, Mary Ellen Maust, Michelle Potts, Sue Hahn. Row 3: Pat Sutcliffe, Brenda Bur- kett, Sue Clark, Pat Schotzrnan, Pa- tricia Nath, Linda Workman, Dan Paga, Bruce Phelps, Larry Cirillo. Row 4: John Kurland, Richard Cas- tagna, Edward Weightman, Clare Faix, Lee Totty, Greg Earnest, Ed- ward Stefanik, Michael Boyd, Dale Crownover. Row 5: Ronald Roup, Bob Johnson, Lee Dennen, Charles Shafer, John Loose, Ronald Fuccaro, Ron McAchren, Anthony Znavor. Above: 2H O -1- 2Cl 4HCI + O . Right: Bomb the Bears!" 10-B 222 Row 'I left to right: Paula Hafner, Cathi Stadnicki, Carol Shetter, Lynn Beeson, Donna Eroline, Mike Bonvra, "ancy Licht. Row 2: Geri Burke, Bill thea, Dick Terrill, Dave Zewe, Jeff Wells, Fred Dalzell, Janice Zarnic, Barbara Struble. Row 3: Gail Lute, Bernadette Mattes, Nancy Moore, Karen Kean, Elmer Hess, John Withers, Lois Farquhar, Bill Coles- aric. Row 4: Carol Persichetti, Jim Jen- kins, Ed Chontos, Joe Estock, Rich Kas- sum, Jack Snyder, Bill Jackey, Dennis Moxfield. Row 5: Kathy Cheplic, Bob Gordon, Randy Licht, Mark Booth, Bill Scott, Paul Bowers, Gilbert Durosko. l 1 l E 'IO-C 225 Row 1 left to right: James Gibson, Cathy Withers, JoAnn Hiscar, Terry Lehner, Nancy Kalbock, Rosemary Ceryack, Yvonne Ebbinghaus. Row 2: Donna Ro- mano, Nettie Pernste. Chris Trappen, Hilda Lewis, Lynn Smith, Mary Stock, Shirley Beam, Sharon Mann, Carole Mil- ler, Row 3: Ronald Monich, David Har- rigan, Joel Schwartz, Albert Matyaovsky, Evelyn Gillespie, Susan Caftarel, Carrie Sedinger, Roy Custer, Chris Snavely, Row 4: Robert Hansen, Ronnie McDonald, Bob Wilson, Tim Zdrale, Robert Doering, Rob- ert Hurley, James Reynolds, Robert Essey. Row 5: Susan Brown, Roberta Gates, James Burtt, David Tamburino, Steven Wattenmaker, Creigh Bogart, James Armstrong, Wayne Fisher. 10-E 113 Row 1 left to right: Sandra Schran, Mich- ael Lee, Sue Roethe, Nancy Danklef, Catherine Gallo, Linda Stevens, Luana Certelli. Row 2: Carol McPaul, Sidney Willson, Judy Pasqua, Gilda Brown, Shir- ley Jacox, Ken Benson, Gary Miller, John Williams. Row 3: Adele Bartolomeo, Hel- en Lovell, Jack Dinsmore, David Guy, Ralph Szygenda, James Hudzik, Louise Malacki, Lois Smith. Row 4: Georgia Lehman, Ann Townley, Diana Henry, Wil- liam Kaszyvki, Rex Bisel, Ronald Marche- leta, Gary George, Steve Flory, William Buchanan. Row 5: Park Crosier, George Patrick, Gary Schombert, David Cheplic, George Watson, Robert Young, James Fer- guson, James Smoyer. 10-D 216 Row 1 left to right: David Grimes, Donna Bracken, Diane Steiger, Linda Gillen, Mona Bornhoeft. Row 2: Tam Mowry, Gerald Little, Kristin Langley, Eleanor Clark, Linda Green, Shirley Econovich, Dave Acheson. Row 3: Phil- lip Haines, Diane Cranisky, Kathy Houlihan, Marion McClure, Charlotte Frantz, Tom Jage- man. Row 4: James Hosmer, Dan Dolinar, Steve Livingstone, Eric Bragg, Beverly Smith, Janan Friedlander. Row 5: Becky Lee, Roberta Hookey, James Cleveland, John Wiley, Tyrone Spence, Al Eisley. 10-F 115 Row 1 left to right: Mary Kay Thompson, Christine Stetar, Diane Sypolt, Lynda Lotz, Jane Raposky, Marilyn Slade, Kathy Curry. Row 2: Sharon Majetic, JoAnn Baldwin, Mike McGrew, Melvin Horne, Mike Smith, Randy Chapman, Carole Schmidt, Janice Pascoe, Phyl- lis Fusco. Row 3: Mary Jane Wherry, Becky Cathell, Nancy McMonagle, Beverly Hummel, Dana Watkins, Joy Hazen, Jim Leccia, Melody Laverick. Row 4: Bob Woppman, Tom Kam- pert, Bill Brown, Jeff Cox, Tom Emswiller, Mon- roe Young, Terry Sando, Alfred Stunky. Row 5: Fred Williams, Bill Paterick, David Dick, Cliff Bickerton, David Angotti, Frand Genari, Steve Mairson, Norman Felix. 10-G 112 Row 1 left to right: Jane Hudak, Kathy Gillen, Sharon Dolinar, Judy Pleunik, Jill Edwards, Jeanne Motteram. Row 2: Peggy Sumney, Sue Ann Miller, Agnes Riggs, Suzanne Finfinger, Judy Schnorr, Pat Lawlor, Mary Ann Bricker. Row 3: Donna Gray, Nancy Crowder, Diane Ho- vis, Lynda Hope, Linda Martell, Cynthia Hum- phrey, Carole Kobelak, Judy Plants. Row 4: Carole Lloyd, Donna Purvis, Linda Janczewski, Shirley Karako, Susan Quel, Linda Weaver, Glenda McGrew, Row 5: Elaine Lytle, Lucy Lane, Barbara Yonich, Pamela Spear. Q' 10 H 215 Row 1 left to right: Cheryn Nuss, Jean Hudak Karen Thomas, Doreen Coulson, Wanda Caley William Hilty, Linda Sims. Row 2: Karen Fin finger, Louis Kelicava, Mike Yablonsky, Rick Shortuse, Ken Bernard, Melanie Stepanovich 3: Marilyn Primm, Betty Kay Rush, Joan May ak, Sam Kidder, Jeff Wagner, Emmett Gouker Darryl Adams, Daryl Celestino. Row 4: John Kampert, Gerard Stufvater, Jody Harbison Rose Arch, Janice Lasher, Mary Bennett, Dave Lucas, John Lazur. Row 5: Bob Eickley, Bob Bennett, Ken Bottonari, Jim Costello, Vaugn Pikala, Junius Breitinger, Bob McCorkle, Bob Warner,.Bruce Sands. ti.. ss Keep it steady, Jerry! Winds blow students g very nice Miss Trent' . Y M -f in Karen Loose, Joy Macurak, Nancy Webb. Row it - ji .V t i : f, l , 3 ,, 95, .f ,.,. , mf,-,E . Wi, This is school spirit. 9-A 119 Row 1 left to right: Galen Bisel, Richard Zewe, David Geary, Geraldine Smith, Judy Jamison, Brian Houston, Row 2: Dana Robinson, Barry Meyers, Harry Jenks, Naomi Weiss, Nancy Cundra, Vicki Jackson, Nancy Downing. Row 3: Michele Pallotta, Sally Busler, Sandy Harris, Dennis Abel, Billy Wolf, James Thompson, Carl Tavalaro. Row 4: Allan Brennfleck, James Hilty, Judy Popham, Joyce Moresea, Kathy Archambeoult, Ronald Sartore, Gordon Lawson. Row 5: Russell Marcase, Judy Lloyd, Helen Bowman, John Fail, Dennis Gilligan, Paul Veres. FIR.IEISIiIIIbZEIElJN' Security is the knowing that the bells work! 9-B 103 Row 1 left to right: Linda Stewart, Linda Fought, Gayle Black, Carolyn Cotton, Larry Johnson, Ricky Shetter, Harry Brant. Row 2: Richard Wolfe, Jim Breckner, David Lazur, Karen Moresea, Eileen Hill, Sharon Rose, Betsy Miller, Mary Palumbo, Fred Zollar. Row 3: Debbie Markle, Lucy Ward, Cheryl Rittinger, Marty McConeghy, Frank Roesch, Beth Hand- sue, Mary Jane Lucas, Boby Bootay. Row 4: Ola McBride, John Glass, Scott Green, Paul Chapman, Joanne McCay, John Schalles, Eileen Felix, Harold Hines. Row 5: Donna Crawford, Howard Mathews, John Hayward, Carolyn Sum- merville, Edward McGinn, Jack Fulman, Elmer Bean, Fred Hubble. 9-C 102 Row 'I left to right: Suzi Ferguson, Joyce Fur- long, Kim Hite, Bob Frazier, Charles Miller, Sherry Lute, Bob Karpinski. Row 2: Beverly Allen, Bob Taylor, Jim Porter, Beverly Mattes, Sandra Vamossy, Peggy Beitel, Betsy Heisler, Carole Jones, Karen Mort. Row 3: Joe Ceraua, Alan Waterhouse, Gerald McGrew, Steve Do- rnan, Joe Breisch, Bob Oravec, Tom McGrew, Bill Huber. Row 4: Dennis Goltz, Josephine Chervon, Diane Guy, Russell Rolland, Ron Ca- rothers, Carolyn Kampert, Helen Borders, Sonja Schlosser. Row 5: Charles Quinn, Sue DeBerry, Eleanor Perozick, Larry Lees, Tom Cochran, Steve Pavlak, Michael Plauchak, Tony Kobelak. K ,a r sg Vs. Waiting for the bus. 7 Happy Homeward! 9-D 'l2'l Row 'I left to right: Patty Trumpie, Denise Carroll, Barbara Atkinson, John Shoemaker, David Keffer, Randy Meadows. Row 2: Patty Woodman, Nancy Bendel, Linda Marshall, Carol Pauline, Virginia Jones, Ken Kampert, Ann Mabon, Lucinda Rose. Row 3: Joyce Gorgey, Sylvia Williams, Frank Wiktorowski, Eleanor Watson, Mary Ann Lewis, Maryann Koechel, Sharon Bragg. Row 4: Greg Szekeres, Paul Herron, Paul Yockey, Ruth McClellan, Polly Hoffman, Linda Miller, Diane Potts, Row 5: Jim Buches, Mike Bu- bonovich, Martin Rodgers, Ken Stevens, Wayne Ankney, John Gajdosik. 9-F 202 Row 1 left to right: Gary Racuykovich, Tom Foster, Marty Hako, Kathy Mason, Regina Doering, Marianne Barella, Peggy Wall. Row 2: Blaine Barker, Gary Taylor, Linda Farber, Mary Macri, Ellie Jackson, Grace Smith, Anita Wood, Frances McCorkle. Row 3: James Coch- ran, Pat Peterson, John Scott, Pat McConnell, Carol Bercik, Thomas Higham, Larry Sartore, Mary Lynn Hance. Row 4: Joyce Martell, Debbi Kopp, Pam Melvin, Caren Yanik, Susan White, Charles Ulakovich, Dennis Peterson, Denins Desimone. Row 5: Larry Pearsol, Marty Brotemarkle, Joe Coulter, John Pacitti, Mark Lidey, Harry Veel, David Lewis. 9-G 123A 9-E 106 Row 1 left to right: Karen Skergan, John Wike torowski, David D'Orazio, Marilyn Montresor, David Smith, Kathy Nazaruk, Bob Gulla. Row 2: Mark Wallace, David Squire, Debbie Shan- non, Sandy Bricker, Mary Lynn Miller, Trudy Marynchak, Allan Mechleib. Row 3: Mary Sul- livan, Nancy Kondrat, Sue Snavely, Linda Wright, Lindo Puschak, Bob Percival, Don Sontore. Row 4: Bob Ross, Bob Beckjord, Karl Miller, John Tennant, Linda Jordan, Kay Far- rell, Debbie Heylmun. Row 5: Joann Cater- ine, Larry Nebb, Kem Metz, Sandy Elder, Dwight Conklin, Bob Reichle, John Shade. Q J Q , f tw . ' ' t K ' Q fs . , J H ,W il n 1 1. ., . I ' .17 , - , 1 776, V -1, V, ,,V fr W , Row 1 left to right: David Reith, Catherine Shermenti Kathy Brown, Nunzir Mineo, Terry Semian, Pat Metzinger, Emily Samuels. Row 2: Barbara Burch, Ruthann Weightman, Joe Friedmann, George Wilson, Richard Lindberg, Robert Lonker, Howard Walter. Row 3: Jerry Woppman, Fred Moninger, Donny Weimer, Fred Gillen, Ronald Chervon, Thomas Yarnall, Bruce McCurdy. Row 4: Sally Hill, Allen Fe- dela, Robert Maple, Sam Young, Joan Quinn, Elena Poropotich, Jill Dugas. Row 5: Ted Weissgerber, Carol Thompson, Deborah Mc- Call, Andy Pifer, John Hosmer, James Mc- Williams, James Jenkins. 9-H 1238 Row 1 left to right: John Karnack, Margaret Fedorko, Susan Scott, Janet Rowland, Douglas Miller, Blanche Markley. Row 2: Jeff Man- dock, Barbara Lewis, Lindo Suttner, Kathy Mil- ler, Sam Tyhonas, Bernadette Rumancik. Row 3: Emma Collins, Cheryl Pleunik, Brooke Gam- ble, Bonna Kutchta,'Marion Hudgens, Regis Gouker, Sandra Yarvi. Row 4: Wayne Kunkel, Bill Chontos, John LaFrankie, Allen Fiore, Keith Bogart, Rickey Kump. Row 5: Michael O'Bryon, Tom Holgerson, Robert Schlernitzauer, Kerry Foster, Jack Hunter. 8-A 100 Row 'I left to right: Craig Geary, William Schneider, Alan Smith, William Bracken, Rob- ert Livingston, Robert Bankerd, Lynn Giering. Row 2: Richard Roethe, Patricia Boyd, Jill Johnston, Carla Lockwood, Roberta Smith, Vaughn Kiggins, Keith Nicholson. Row 3: Law- rence Maple, Dennis Larcinese, George Fedala, Michael Pitocco, Michael Sartore, Carole Ket- fer, Patricia Lytle, Robert Skelley. Row 4: John Shollenberger, Robert Gabrelcik, Glen Hickman, Richard Suhody, Jack Doyle, Thomas Alderson, Carmine Amelio. Row 5: John Loos, Ramona Yezbak, Jennifer Stephens, Nancy Stokey, Gay Kibe, Thomas Jenkins. IEIIG-IiII'I'I-I G-IQ,.AJDEl 8-B 'I04 Row 'I left to right: Ralph Stinner, Gary Smith, Diane Caley, Jim Ford, Joe Menozzi, Gary Thomas, Corley Lux, Nancy Casaldi. Row 2: Suzanne Kirr, Evelyn McGrew, Melanie John- ston, Glenn Farber, Mary Lowenstien, Connie King, Sara Stephenson, Carrie McBride. Row 3: Dianne Mairson, Diane Kirkwood, Betty Miller, Paula Harvey, Susan Mattern, Jane Ondich, Marilyn Graham, James Allen, Row 4: Steve Yackey, Scott Davis, Bill Barella, Ron Golds- worthy, James Dewar, Tom Melonja, Roxie Biddle, Connie Vogel. Row 5: Gary Jinks, John Brady, Mark May, Nancy Beattie, David Lane, Bob Scott, Leonard Murphy, Howard Berliner, Y: . 1 BPA 8-C 105 Row 'I left to right: Larry Jageman, Robert Struble, Terry Miller, Connie Odenthal, Deb- orah Schumann, Margaret McCoy, Cindy Dins- more. Row 2: Jim Price, George Haeck, David Redhair, John Willord, Raymond Thomas, Ricky Deeby, Jim Ganss, Virginia Grainger, Janet Wilson. Row 3: Ernest Dojcak, Dianne Vino- veiski, Rita Jean Stasiak, Lindo Paxon, Sandy Braithwaite, Geraldine Cuddy, Holly Heimbach, Jamee Neal. Row 4: Anna Grace Daniels, Carol Nagel, Robin Adams, Rhonda Malone, Sally McCartney, Peter Ranich, Bill Balogh, Patrick Sega. Row 5: George Shalbnberger, John Frisch, Dennis Glaus, Michael Bellamy, Bob Domer, Andrew Matchett, Brian McFeathers. lt's a long way to Tipperarry. X X K I 1,5214 8-D 120 Row 'I left to right: Sheila Trasp, Alfred Beam, Leonard Sands, Paul Cleavenger, Gary Olexia, Joel Lee, Robert Doyle, Linda Zerbe. Row 2: Jack Newmeyer, Bradford B o y d , Maryanne Houston, Linda Az- zarella, Sharon Gilbert, Paula Miller, Linda Jacobs, Mar- garet Veronick, Ronald Doli- nar. Row 3: Sally Dennen, Sandra Givliani, Leslie Cald- well, David Houston, Gary Schmidt, Joseph Sullivan, Leo Stanton, Glenn Gates, Fred- erick Kalinna: Row 4: William Rasch, Raymond Sisco, Rich- ard Shawl, Leon Nath, Jac- queline Brogan, Linda T h o m a s , John Johnson, Thomas Lough. Row 5: Susan Treen, Sherry Troxell, Louis Hough, Leroy George, Leonard Hamilton, Donald G a r n e r , Ralph Boggess, Don King. Row 'I left to right Kathy Beten Elaine Davis Thelma Tyhonas Richard Polink Bruce Crown over Row 2 Clifford Metz Fred Shademan Cheyl Wachs David Hough James Dougherty Bob Wright Row 3 Dennis Eroline Kurt Tamenne Dick Myers Albert Brown Joyce Walker Richard Hamilton Row 4 Debbie Brown Lewis Davis Bob Bailey Ronald Hart man Sandra George 8E 24 8-F 205 Row 1 left to right: Jean Wall, Donna Sim- mons, Roberta Klavs, Barbara Rathe, Beverly Gotto. Row 2: Marcy Guldenshuh, Michelle Gordon, Suzy Harbison, Patty Dixon, Sharon Humphrey. Row 3: Mary Lou Casperson, Jan Saire, Kathy Weddell, Jean Warren, Debbie Uber, Karen Larson, Beverly Burch, Row 4: Donna Crippen, Susan Fuller, Sanl'ra Hood, Bonnie Kibe, Marilyn Cuddy, Linda Gilmore. 160 8-G 208A Row 'I left to right: Tim Smith, Dennis Kean, Terry Harr, Tom Malachi, David Carpenter, James Caley. Row 2: Gary Miller, Gary An- dres, Kathy Shalley, Julia Carter, Jesse Hutch- inson, Richard Danzey. Row 35 Paula Naugle, Gay Warnock, Patricia McCabe, Jim Fusco, Joan Mittenzwey, Karen Kuchta. Row 4: Joan Ely, Beverly Gerwig, David Majeski, Richy Treen, Ernest Trent. Row 5: Bob Olsen, Cora Custer, Louanna Ockerman, Diane Dowie, Mike Costolo, David Moore. 8-J l'l8 Row 'I left to right: Robert Morris, Mariann Verscharen, Keith Forstall, Gayle Gindlesber- ger, Sharon Friedmann, Ann Parks. Row 2: Debbie Stetar, Teresa Koechel, Diane Little, Daniel Taylor, Jack Froelich, Gretchen Tuomi. Row 3: Stephanie Willson, Carol Shoemaker, Joe Dillon, John Young, Ralph Barca, Dennis Crovella. Row 4: Jim Litchfield, Timmy Kee- fer, Kathleen Huffman, Linda Razumic, Carol Johnston, Joe Veres, Terry Kiggins. Row 5: Patricia Lovery, Wayne Smith, Cathryn Glas- coe, Susan Woodward, Doug Marner, Ronald Guthrie, Walter Kalcevi. 8-H 2088 Row 'I left to right: Stephen Sopko, Launi Fitzsimmons, Tommie Lou Lidey, Leslie Walker, Cassie Dreby, Dick McPaul. Row 2: Rickey Higham, Karen Foley, Nancy Gosliak, Mary Mowry, Mary Rhea, Janet Hillegass, Ray Air- man. Row 3: Roberta Eirtle, Priscilla Porke, Alfred Eichler, Bill Montgomery, Robert Rossi, Carl Stetar, Kingsley Baldwin. Row 4: Al Sed- inger, Ken Gates, Bob Davis, Harry Shoemaker, Philip Strepoy, Calvin Conklin, Joe Jones. 8-l 209 Row 'l left to right: Jane Barr, Susan Rowland, Mary Ellen Reiter, Debbie Caley, JoEllen Lytle. Row 2: Sherrie Kusner, Linda Gotto, Carol Mc- Commell, Sherry Baily, Janet Dojar, Sharon Yiga. Row 3: Janet Halen, Peggy Carothers, Cheryl Watson, Patty Akercrombie, Susan Hat- Ruth Vacinovich, Linda Rittinger, Janice Zarnic, Pam Rathgelur, Susan Majugo, Diane Zuber. -Z: 7-B 110 Row 1 left to right: Tom Spartis, Debbie Flem- ing, Ruth Caldwell, Marion LaPresti, Sara Spark, Michael Marks, Joey Hill, Alma Travis. Row 2: David Burcin, Francis Bartko, Jeff Schalles, Paula Sprawl, Tom Coles, Gregory Nuss, Harry Zombek, Margaret Gardner. Row 3: Douglas Whitehouse, Steve Mitchell, Don Licht, Timothy Bomba, Julie Holmes, Donna Bauer, Helen Hines, Debbie DeWalt. Row 4: Dorothy Check, Becki Letcher, Darcie Ewing Georganne Boal, Bob Foster, Anna Mae Jaskol- ski, Patricia Halen, Sharon Anjeski. Row 5: Merrill Ankney, Michael Johns, Gail Mastron, Martha Snyder, Laurel Biddle, Debbie Elder, Debra Seubert, Margaret Saltarelli. 1 7-A 117 Row 1 left to right: Cathy Friewald, Evelyn Dalzell, Mary Sweeney, Janna Faulkner, Carla Korb, Gary Lotz, Francheska Meade. Row 2: Kathy Shollenberger, Sandra Shetton, Harold Swift, Debbie Duff, Sharon Venoverski, Beth Kidder, Michael Groninger. Row 3: Floyd Cos- sinelli, Shelly Clark, Eileen Bendel, Michelle Horne, Steve Kelecava, Bruce Siegal, Tom Fleet, Kathy Simonak. Row 4: LaVerne Ryer- son, Steven Vamossy, Tom Haulihan, John Zombek, Larry Anderson, George Williams, Betty Roberts, Sue Dagenhart. Row 5: Mary Julian, Diane Schmidt, Karen Snyder, Kathleen Polonsky, Joan Bates, Gary Bendel, Tom Adams, Dale Withers. SEVENTEII C3-IR,.A.IDIEl 7-C 210 Row 1 left to right: Greg Taylor, Bonnie Doyle, Joe Lazur, Cynthia Matthews, Becky Truxal, Kim Foley, Karen Shoemaker. Row 2: Susan Briggs, William Crawford, Valerie Wagner, Sheryl Meek, William Braun, Ginger Maple, Pam Pitts, Robert Gaidosik. Row 3: Robert Liptack, Paul Jordon Fritz Wherry, Thomas Large, Sharron Goltz, Mary Beth Demich, Charles Williams, Don Barca, Joyce Felix. Row 4: Rachel Frantz, Fred Tennent, Susan Primm, Robert Morris, Fred Dreher, Mark Ratcliffe, Debbie Ewing, James DeWeese. Row 5: Robert Barton, Ken Maxson, Georgianna Frye, Suzanne Rudolph, Deborah Herr, Ben Castor, William Saccani. 7-D 211 Row 1 left to right: Patrick Speicher, Ellen Motteran, Charlene Moffitt, David Mikalai, Janet Fenton,, Regina Hodge, Sally Magnuson. Row 2: Joseph Skergan, Dennis Kelly, Rence Radu, Cheryl Fragossi, Gary Smith, Shirley Gorman, Cynthia Baumann, Susan Rennie, Sandy Cunningham. Row 3: William Ferguson, Carol Palinsky, Marsha Browning, Karen Stev- ens, Sally Weinberg, Beverly Verna, John Caligiure, Edward Eismont. Row 4: Stephen Gajdosik, Howard Lott, James Thomas, Karen Estock, Barbara Wilson, Mary Frye, Grace Shipp, Marjourie Hamilton, Deborah Ginge. Row 5: Susan Hines, William Newton, Joe Kotes, Philip Zillmann, Thomas Angotti, Dwight Newton, Carolyn Glascoe. 7-E 204 Row 1 left to right: Darlene Appleman, Darlene Wise, Kevin Finley, Craig Sheaffer, Kenny Mc- Elheny, Michael Deese, Burton Bridge. Row 2: Barbara Pallman, Nancy White, Denise Thomp- son, Cheryl Kampert, Bethann Bosch, Deborah Ellis, Annette Rumancik, Karen Guthrie, Bar- bara Spyriden. Row 3: Terrence Newmeyre, Jacqueline Miller, Louise Edwards, Diane God- lewski, Susan Noocahoff, Janice Daviaick, James Vazzana, Arthur Sutton, Phillip Law. Row 4: Mark Peterson, Terry Henry, Carole Matchett, Chris Kindschi, Jessica Gilmore, Ka- ren Stokes, Kathy Hines, Deborah Werner, Kenneth Gouter. Row 5: Wendy Atkinson, Tom Frankert, David Hosmer, Diane Garrelcik, Loretta Genari, William Harrism, Robert Mo- rini, David Eichler. 7-F 201 Row 1 left to right Tim Hite Nick Nero Eric Knabenschuh Sally Briggs Lynn Sayell Eric Helquist Leslie Guldenshuh Carol Michaels Row 2 Ross Williams Gloria Mohr Cheryl Withers Debra Goldman Russell Ashman Kathy Veronick Cheryl Simeone Karen A derson Row 3 Judy Gaydos Terry Weiss Michael Hilty John Mitruski Lewis Ifft Bren da Mattes Margaret Evans Cheryl Arasin Mary Kefter Terri Hofmann Jacklyn Bowser Charles Schaffer Cherlyn Moore Row5 Linda Lewis Mary Scott David Deremer William Jones Charles Pflueger Carol Crain John Bucor Greg Plavchak Earl Lidey S t , Above: The trials and tribulations of first year shop . . , another lOc blade. Right: The band blows on . . . e fi X' 'W M 'f x LIZ ,. , .. i ' M ' - - ' 1' ---.- K - . ,- , qw ,wt-x l, Q . A 'Z sf i' We QQ: 'sf - A s' Q l 1' ' + It, 1 ' 7-G 203 Row I left to right: Michele Betler, Ronald Wells, Bernice Pallman, Tom Hayward, Tim Mowry, Robert Hughes, Patricia Fazzoni. Row 2: Patricia Mattes, Patty Augustine, Peter Sciullo, Lisa Marshall, Sharon Folmer, Helen Jones, Steve Snavely, Richard Chervon, Cindy Chaltant. Row 3: Jessica Gabauer, Laureen Hartman, Jackie Powell, Donna Shortuse, Mary Bald, Diane Wisniewski, Tom Rothbauer, Daryll Pearsol. Row 4: Sarajane Lang, Janet Otway, Carol Oelrich, Cathy Brenholts, Ken Davis, Alan Reid, Tom Fisher, Tom Demchak. Row 5: Donald Norris, Joe Cheplic, David Loughran, David Amrhein, Don Farquhar, Jane Smith, Diane Withers. i 7-H 206 Row 'l left to right: Michael Colonna, Wachs, David Bailey, Frank Kislan, Paulsen, Don Crawford, Paula Hough. Row Daudridge Scott, Michael Michelotta, Jc Shakespeare, Gary Irwin, Tommy Weimer, H Q ry Phillips, Gloria Gray, Vaughana Bart Barbara Kopp. Row 3: Kitty Elsesser, Clau Rossi, Mary Smoyer, Nadine Fraikov, Kathi Bradish, Lynne Cornelison, Mary Snyder, Ka Zrimsek, Geri Sharpeta. Row 4: Bonnie Llo Greg Finch, Jeannine Heeke, Marybeth Ho' Betty McDonald, Vicki Reed, Debbie Latstetter Marcella Henderson. Row 5: Tom Fair, Rich: Spencer, Dixie Barkand, Lynne Calverly, Lir Schraw, William Schwenk. ii November Twenty-two A President died today. And a great nation mourns A great man. India fired her first weather rocket And George Meany was re-elected in the A.F.L They've cleared Hoffa of bribing the iury And Bobby Baker's confident he'll be freed P A Stowe boy died playing basketball And there'lI beno mailon Thanksgiving And Xa great nation mourns A great man. A President died today. A President died today. And a Great God guards A great nation. Hoover was "shocked and sad" And Wagner was "deeply grieved" Eisenhower calls it "despicabIe" And Churchill says "it's monstrous" 'Johnson asked for our and God's help And Jacqueline is in silent shock And a Great God guards A great nation. i And a great nation mourns A great man. A President died today. M. L. Lehman , , A "1-Q '7 :N g , N AT. ff in "4 5 Vx mx - Q, at ii- ' in V Q lg.. '54 5 - :Mg -ig. . ya g , t Q x .4 I Q' y Q 1. , ,. qs 5 N ' . .2 ,' W fi ' A " 4. V X if w N1 li . Y G v. . 'A ' 1 X' ' Q k ' 3 1 1 f -E 2 rl I wi : iff y,-5 , ,yan f' ,.1: : , ,... ,3 VV E CAINZEIE I-IIEIREI TCG-EITIEIEIR, Latterman, Mr. and Mrs. Phil MONTICELLO S EDITOR-I N-CH I EF ..,..... PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR LITERARY EDITOR ,... TREASURER ,,.... HEAD TYPIST ...,T.. ...... FACULTY ADVISOR ,4,. STAFF Jim Adams ..... ...,.... . Karen Alderson . . Linda Bailey ,..I Janice Conn . . , Ginny Drnach , . Jane Evans .... Kathy Kidder ....... Mary Louise Lehman . , TAFF . , . Robert Joyce . . Randy Nelson . . Cindy Samuels . . . Doris Kurland . . . . Karen Kiggins . Rudy M. Kuchta . Carolyn McCurdy . Barbara Morton . . . Cindy Samuels . . . Sandi Schaffer George Cherrington , . , . . Dennis Gaza . . . , . . . Jennifer Jones . . . . . Linda Jones Cover ,I.... ,,,.... R obert Joyce Foreword .......I.... Cindy Samuels Senior Section . . . Mary Louise Lehman Underclass Section .... Sandi Schaffer Faculty Sec.tion ,... . . . Kathy Kidder CDTLTIEQ. PATRONS Alderson, Carl Arnolds' Shoes Artman, Mary Frances Drnach Ascension Church Choir Ausburn, David F. BareIla's Musical Bar Bob and Gwenn Bob's Pennzoil Cormac Chemical Co. Cassinelli Hardware Celestino, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Christofel, H. Emerson Clairtan Sport Shop Colaianni, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Colonial Bowling Lanes Crafts Class lOl David, Mrs. Arthur Dick Corporation Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. William Drogoski, Mrs. Walter Drum, Harry E. Dubs, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A., 81 Son Eles, Mr. Fred Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Fisher, Mr. George K. Fregin, E. J. Graham, Paul B. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Goldie, Lorraine and Bill Jefferson Volunteer Fire Co. Jester, Charles Karen Wood and Paul Strouse Keil, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Kerr, Mrs. G. W. Lazur, John Jr. Lehman, Mr. and Mrs, Elbert C. Mannella, Vincent F. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Meehleib Confectionery Miller, John Morry's Drug Store Morton, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Matter, Jerome T., Jr. Matter, Jerome T., Sr. Nicholson, Mr, and Mrs. M. Osborne, David F. Pacitti, Mrs. Louis Pocket Club Polink, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Reid, Elaine M. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roosevelt School Faculty Ruciez Monuments Sanders, Mrs. Daniel Senior Homeroom lO8 Smith, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sparks, Mr. James Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Jay S. Sterbenz, Jeffrey Taylor, Mord Tom Voss, Ernest H. Watson, Thomas A., Jr. Wayne and Marcia Weingart, R. West Elizabeth Lumber Co. Williams, B. J. Withers, Mrs. Anna B. .A.CI!IN'O'VVL-EIIDG-J5ZEIEJN'TS The Monticello Staff would like to thank the following people for their time, services, and advice: Mr. Phillips and Mr. Agate of Terrace Arcade Studio . . Photography Mr. Greenway and the Student Council .Sales Campaign Mr. Bruggeman and the Class of I964 . Financial Support Mr. McTaggart and the Key Club . . .. Extra Eight Pages 168


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