Trenton Catholic Academy - Corristin Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)

 - Class of 1969

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And "if you Cwant toj remember, come follow . . ." E I ADMINISTRATION ...... FACULTY ........i........ UNDERCLASSMEN ,..s, ACTIVITIES .,.i SPORTS ..t..s, sENIoRs ..,.,.,........ ........, FACULTY DIRECTORY ,t,.,,, SENIOR DIRECTORY ,..... PATRONS ..,t.............,.. His Excellency The Most Reverend GEORGE W. AHR, S.T.D. Bishop of Trenton The Very Reverend THOMAS J. FRAIN, Ph.D. Diocesan Superintendent of Schools Standing on the stage, Bishop Ahr, Monsignor Frain, and Father Bohnsack watch the graduates as they proceed up the 'aisle to their places on Commencement Night. LEADER DEVOTED TO OUR PROGRESS Dedicated leaders play a vital role in the drama of Catholic education. As such, Bishop Ahr, Monsignor Frain, and Monsignor McCor- ristin, each in his own capacity, magnificently fill this role. Unselfishly they are aware of the needs of the diocese and expend time and energy in the service of their flock. The Christian education of youth is one of their prime interests. It is their aim to preserve the Catholic school sys- tem in its integrity and to keep it in pace with an ever-changing world. Their devotion to their priestly vocation, their spirit of sacrifice, of service, and of zeal for souls are a source of inspiration to all. See- ing these qualities, we are happy to follow their leadership. We are not unmindful of all they have done for us, and we shall always remem- ber them with gratitude. We wish them every blessing in their work for God, which we hope they will be able to continue for many years to come. The Most Reverend MICHAEL P. MCCORRISTIN, V.G., P.A Founder and Director of St. Anthony High School Monsignor McCorristin and Sister John Joseph preside at the induction of members into the National Honor Society, the first such ceremony to be held here. SISTER M. AGNES SISTER M. ALICE SISTER M. ANN FRANCIS, O.S.F. CECILIA, O.S.F. MICHELE, O.S.F. FACULTY SERVICE REFLECTS S.A. SPIRIT . Among our best memories will be those of our teachers, for without them there would be no St. Anthony High. As in every educational institution, they are the keystone of the structure. The Sisters of St. Francis, the priests of St. Anthony Parish, and the lay teachers, working together, are an example to us of respect and cooperation. Intently, they devote each day to the spiritual, intellectual, and cultural for- mation of the students. In their hands ad- vanced curricula have fused modern interests and spiritual motives. - Many of them in addition to regular teaching duties, spend long hours after class, coaching teams or moderating activities. Through their efforts, joined with those of our founder Mon- signor McCorristin, St. Anthony High has grown not only in size but also in quality. Answering the telephone is just one of the many duties of Mrs. Ryan, main office secretary. MRS. MARY BELLI 6 MR. FRANK REVEREND WILLIAM BENCIVENGO BOHNSACK MR. RICHARD SISTER M. CATHERINE CARSON MICHAEL, O.S.F. SISTER M. JOHN ' JOSEPH, O.S.F. OF FRIENDLINESS AND PROGRESS Principal SISTER M. CECILIA SISTER M. CECILIA SISTER CHRISTINE AGNES, O.S.F. JOSEPH, O.S,F, MARIE, O.S.F. MRS. DALE CHURNER MR. ROBERT REVEREND WILLIAM COMPANICK DAILEY Busy as a bee, Mrs. Carson. main office secretary, scans. the day's work schedule. MR. THOMAS DEVITO 67 count mysey in SISTER M. ELEANOR MISS LUCINE FABIAN SISTER M. FRANCIS FRANCIS, O.S.F. CLARE, O.S.F. SISTER M. FRANCIS MISS MARGARET MRS. MARY SERAPHICA, O.S.F. 1 FRENCH FRUSCIONE SISTER MARY MR. HAROLD HARR GIOVANNI, O.S.F. MR. RUPERT HARTMANN nothing else so happy As in . . rememlfring my good friends or Shakespeare i MR. JOHN HAYWARD MR. DOUGLAS HICE MRS. MURIEL SISTER M. KATHLEEN JOHNSON JOSEPH, O.S.F. SISTER M. JOHN HELENE, O.S.F. "A place for everything and everything in its place" is closely observed by Mrs. Thi- bideau, discipline office secretary. DEDICATED FACULTY CHALLENGE MR. GEORGE KOTCH MR. MICHAEL MISS MARY ANN LETTIERE LIPTAK AQ.. 22 MR. MICHAEL MRS. PAULINE MAINS MISS ARLENE LUCIANO MARCHISELLI I E Mrs. Betty Menichelli frightj, whose services as assistant custodian are well distributed he throughout St. Anthony's, stops for a brief visit with the dieticians: Mrs. Betty Lou Kais, Mrs. Peggy Chiapetta, Mrs. Ann Petrusha, Mrs. Mary Stone, Mr. John Walsh, and Mrs. Mary Fernandez. SISTER MARIE REGINA, O.S.F. 10 STUDENT POTENTIAL SISTER MARY REVEREND JAMES J. MARTHA, O.S.F. MCGOVERN Mr. Morgan is leaving to board the bus for his after-school jaunt with studen! riders. MRS. ELLEN SISTER MIRIAM SISTER MIRIAM MCGRATH GRACE, O.S.F. WANDA, O.S.F. MISS MARY ANN MR. ANTHONY NITTI SISTER MARY NADOLNY NOELLE, O.S.F. ' 11 SISTER MARY NORBERT, O.S.F. SISTER PAULINE MR. JEROME REEBER MARIE, O.S.F. CBROWN AND GOLD' WELCOMES 14 MR. ROBERT RISTOW MRS. KATHLEEN MR. PASQUALE RUDOLPH SALERNO CDeep in December our hearts MR. ANTHONY SARLO MRS. JOSEPH MR. JOSEPH SCHNORBUS SCHWENDT MISS CAROL MRS. LAURETTE MR. PETER TRAYERS STRUMSKI TRACCHI NEW' FACULTY MEMBERS IN 1968-969 SISTER MARY MISS THERESA MR. JOHN WAGNER VENTURA, O.S.F. VOORHEES should remember. . . and follow . . . 99 lq5,,,,,,,,,, N be gy ii- I MR. BRUCE WHITE MRS. MARY WNUK r' It ,, 55" 1.1w K E li U QM , 4 ? 3 ' sf' J ,ph x ,f 'H 'fin L 1 ' -My gs 5 gf A 5 M 'W' vm, Mi: .,,1.Q'5' ' m 1 , L , lr , 2 5 Q . 'gi' ' Q? A f--, ,mi 7 K , f - f , Q ' W f 1121 +2w1'fr , in ' M Q' L m -,.., J 5 ' k 1 '11 Wgqgw .. . , gag, H: SN perfect September - d ,midst the Warmth of good friends FRESHIVIEN DISCOVER WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE AND FRIENDSHIP HERE Ever since its inception in the fall of 1962, St. Anthony High has endeavored to offer a complete curriculum to all students regardless of their professional plans. Academically, the school boasts a complete college pre- paratory course. Mathematics ranging from elementary alge- bra to math analysis and sciences from physical science to physics form a basis for future accomplishment. In the busi- ness field students are offered typing, office practice, stenogra- phy, and bookkeeping. There is also a wide variety in lan- guages. Four years of study are available in French, Spanish, and Latin, while two years of German is maximum. Courses in art and mechanical drawing also are available. Four years of English and two of United States History as well as physical education and health are required for graduation. This past year a few new courses have been initiated. Driver education is now offered to all seniors and qualified juniors who wish to sharpen their driving skills. Also, several seniors now leave regular classroom routine for employment in the afternoon as part of the newly-formed Co-operative Work Program. In January, a four-year speed reading course was inaug- urated for all freshman English classes. S.A. is the first school in the greater Trenton area to use this closed-circuit television course. This comprehensive program is viewed as being one Right about here. Thomas Pihokken, Elaine Kosztyu, and John Gaughan check the map for the historic setting of the Jamestown colony. Z of the most progressive and serviceable initiated here. SECTION lD - ROW 1: Paula Bernocchi, Pamela Apgar, Susan Angelico, Luann Bernocchi, Barbara Biddulph, Joan Boyle, Cynthia Blackburn, Linda Albano, Claudia Astore. ROW 2: John Barry, John Batcha, Robert Apgar, Carmen Adonizio, Frank Bocchini, Richard Backes, John Adubato, Raymond Barnard. ROW 3: Michael Beach, Here's how it's done. Thomas Szczepanski demon- strates the delicate technique of balancing to Valerie Williams and Mary Zubricky in the physical science lab. Matthew Astore, Jacquelyn Boss, Marta Barszczewski, Carol Biache, Monica Bencivengo, David Borkowski, John Bencivengo, Dominick Botteri. ROW 4: Thomas Baroni, Patrick Auletto, Donald Bourne, William Bodnar, George Bartlett, David Babalyn, Karl Ammann, Philip Besler, Ernest Blizard, Joseph Andahazy. SECTION 4D - ROW 1: Maryann Ialacci, Nadia Kirzecky, Lorraine Kais, Barbara Harzenski, Beverly Kmetz, Kathryn Gyenge, Judith Johnson, Nancy Hofmann, Sharon Hegner. ROW 2: Robert Hice, Michael Jaroni, James Klimeczak, John Juniak, Kenneth Johnson, Thomas Hutton, John Kasper, John Keating. ROW 3: Susan Haggerty, Patricia Giaquinto, Deborah Hartnett, Nancy Keller, Paula Keister, Maria Imbalzano, Barbara Kaluzny, Eileen Kapp, Rita Kanda. ROW 4: Kathleen Grubb, Coleen Grogan, Paul Klim, Edward Gore, Stephen Giudici, Daniel Giaquinto, Craig Jez, Edwin Janeczek, Anthony Kite, John Helmke, Leo Jablonski, William Kerlin, Lorraine Jachetti, Deb- orah Hollowell. SECTION 5D - ROW 1: Joan Matera, Mary Jane Malkin, Mary Masterson, Elaine Kosztyu, Geraldine Lepkowski, Deborah Liuzzo, Elizabeth Marcus, Eileen Manuguerra, Virginia Mate. ROW 2: Robert Manuguerra, William Lewis, Gregg Larkin, Donald MacNeil, Robert Lauer, Raymond Lipski, Gerard Ksell, John Kulin. ROW 3: Brian Lanigan, Deborah Lis. Lisa Maiorino, Lynda Kristofic, Deborah Liuzzo, Angela Marue, Dorothy Laux, Katherine Kolbacki, James Lertch. ROW 4: Francis Lewis, Joseph Mattonelli, Mark Massi, John Levandowski, John Laurita, Mark Kozicz, Richard Konopka, Gregory Kutch. 18 SECTION IC - ROW 1: Carla Bocchini, Angela Barbalace, Mary Ann Belardo, Diane Boyle, Dyrnphna Agos, Donna Belyung, Lorraine Boyd, Brenda Brown. ROW 2: John Batties, Paul Baskowsky, Frank Baranowski, Donald Beiger, Gary Bolino, John Britton, Philip Bruc- coleri, Joseph Barry, John Bohn. ROW 3: Jacklyn Bonanni, Christine Bartolomei, Donna Bolla, Janice Buckley, Mary Ann Bechtel, Carol Angeline, Susan Britton. ROW 4: Lawrence Auletta, Thomas Altobelli, Richard Bramley, Ralph Boland, Neil Apoldite, John Blanche, Gregory Britton, Charles Betros. ROW 5: Steven Bruni, Robert Brovak, Thomas Bender, Dennis Bittner, Alfred Borgianini, Robert Anchinsko. CLASS OF 971, LARGE T IN SCHOOL SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES - SEATED: Mary Eileen Farley, Andrea Mohr, Linda Pizzuti, Victoria Corti, Susan Vanisko. STANDING: Stephen Maczinko, Deborah Hoey, Philip Bruccoleri, Paul Slachta. 22 "Can't take my eyes off you." Donald Stullen surveys the life forms in a drop of pond water during biology class. SECTION 2C - ROW 1: Karen De Blois, Patricia Buttich, Victoria Corti, Mary Cunningham, Kathleen Comfort, Susan Chesner, Kath- leen Collins, Joann Caiazzo, Theresa Burket. ROW 2: Richard Cana- vera, Joseph Cook, John Dale, James Cunningham, John De Lucia, Paul De Angelo, John Burns, James De Lucia, Arthur Caola. ROW 3: Linda Carmignani, Rosemary Chiacchio, Jeanette Del Vecchio, Donna Cesario, Paula Costantini, Marlene Cieslikowski, Roseann Chiacchio, Shirley Campbell, Evelyn Costello. ROW 4: Susan Costello, Sheila Cronin, Linda Calandra, James Bullaro, William Chepiga, Daniel Chase, Robert Davies, Daniel Carmasino, Edward Callery, Sheila Dee- can, Marianne Conner. SECTION 3C - ROW 1: Priscilla Fasanella, Diane Gennello, Susan Duron, Julia Falchi, Judith Febo, Linda DiMucci, Mary Farley, Olga Gazonas, Kimberley George. ROW Z: Armando Durastanti, Richard Dey, Richard Ferry, Andrew Gazonas, Henry Ferry, Anthony DiSte- phano, Raymond Geraci, John Frascella. ROW 3: Deborah Fedorsak, Maryann Fusi, Karen Drake, Susan Gerstenacker, Ann Dietrich, Mar- garet Gennello, Dorothy Gagliardi, Christine DiClaudio, Barbara Fowler. ROW 4: Donna Evans, Nicholas Dudich, Thomas Flanigan, James DiCanzio, Charles Fischer, David Feehan, George Foster, Vin- cent Frascella, John Forsthoffer, James French, Joan Dzwileski. 23 SECTION 6C - ROW 1: Nancy Mahon, Marianne Mennuti, Cath- erine Moore, Gayle Miller, Leslie Maziarz, Kathy McKeever, Linda McClenahan, Andrea Mohr, Donna McCarthy. ROW 2: Jeffrey Mattis, Ronald Mangus, Philip Megliarese, Wayne Mastrangelo, Theodore Matera, Michael Malloy, Stephen Mihalow, Edward Maddock. ROW 3: John Monteverde, Ramona Mirabelli, June Mastrangelo, Dolores McClain, Nancy Morgan, Linda Masick, Linda Metterle, Brian Meara. ROW 4: Richard Maesto, John Mahon, Bernard Maruca, Gary McAbee, James McGovern, John Majoros, Robert Martin, Patrick McClain, Joseph Maes, Thomas Matzer, Francis Monti, Michael McKeever. "D0n't worry. We'II figure it out," Rose Marie 'Stia seems to say, as she studies the workings of a protractor with John Wysocki and William Richards. "Paul, je te presente mon amie, Jeanne," exclaims Michael McKeever, introducing Joan Dzwileski to Paul DeAngel0. Learning some of the amenities of French social life is just one of the many aspects of culture and language studied in French classes. 25 :Nc -if It's all a matter of talent. Susan Gerstenaker transforms plain white paper into a "still life" in contemporary colors. OPHOMORE CONTINUE QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE "Home, home on the range." Colleen Keegan leads an English II class in a medley of American folk songs, studied in conjunction with American literature. SECTION 9C -- ROW 1: Patricia Tummillo, Marianne Toft, Kath- mersdal, Renee Valentino, Antoinette Tuccillo, Joan Wyers, Lynn leen Waters, Vivian Zuccarelli, Susanne Wolf, Doreen Tiscione, Worthington, Barbara Tindall. ROW 4: Virginia Wysocki, Eileen Corinne Ungrady, Eileen Vincent, Linda Turano. ROW 2: Raymond Tarnecki, Richard Wieger, John Wysocki, Nicholas Wuensch, Lloyd Thomas, Stephen Williams, Robert Tarnecki, John Wilson. ROW 3: Warwick, Allan Zamparelli, Thomas Tattory, Dennis Wyers, Jerry York, Joseph Wisniewski, Michael Zauner, Ronald Trainor, Michael Zampini, Debra Varga, Sally Zogbaum. Susan Vanisko, Nancy Walkowski, Mary Ellen Toth, Julie Van Rey- 27 k , w . , O Z iff ,,-fm w..4..w. ,...."'-ff.-m""" f f l,,x 9' m-Y.-.ww M ummm W W-wma. + M , 1 W , a a i ' ..N. ,W.. 3 mow Q.-ww ww La .,.,,,,w,.w ,M ,.y,,,.f x"r g Q 3:51 s- M. ,A Q55 if .v:,73fL,5-if V v f if if tm fe aww! has ? QM A . 4 . ' - . Q . . . . 1 . g W U .Vi Q '3 43 W' , ,, 4 Q ,' 'v Wm-Mf,,,,,. f:1M,,M-mmf fi? ! ' x "' l X 0' ,Ji . wffn.-f . ,F-fag, 64334: 4, J dw 9 4 -ga, rr, 'wwif M mv, ,W w.,WW,.M NZZ1iZ,:' V !V,A W V ' 1 Q j ' Q5 h ,ff gl X," J V xf V1 .ig ,Q , V fa i? R k 4 .M M, bf ' W JUNIORS APPRO CH ZENITH OF "A good typist is an efficient typist," says Mrs. Johnson, preparing her office practice class for a time test. SECTION 4B - ROW 1: Virginia Hurley, Ellen Kozar, Judith Jano- vics, Maureen Kelly, Mary Kennedy, Joanne Krisak, Karen Knopp, Lucille Lamachia, Dierdre Hunt. ROW 2: Michael Hrabchak, Michael Kosztyu, Henry Hollender, David Kostinas, Thomas Janusz, Walter Kaniuka, Joseph Hoyer, Anthony Kobylarz. ROW 3: Ruth Ann HIGH SCHOOL C REER Three heads are better than one. Attempting to solve a difficult algebraic equation, Michael Kosztyu, John O'Shaughnessy, and Nanette Ellingharn decide to unite forces. Hughes, Deborah Large, Patricia Lauer, Elaine Horkay, Linda Konnyu, Alice Kapp, Janet Kisielewski, Regina Jones. ROW 4: William Larkin, Bruce Holliday, Barry Hill, John Kish, Donald Krulewicz, Joseph Krencicki, David Henderson, Thomas Hutchinson, George Kish, Joseph Kanka. 9,6 , 1 v".: V - Wx Wig 'E+ af r , ,. my 42' ,, Viz, f 2 ffikimfw af f A ,Qap'?f?f,,, , f N Y ' ' f L, '- , , , , , . 55, g, -- 1-114254 mf iff' ' '-1-w:21,,fsff:w, 1, f .:' 1 - , f " 1 MY' ' as--ff,v,,.-K-,wi . 5. ,. ff ' , c aff' 9 3 :Wu sw: ,X f, , in C ww :rg ,,,,., .fu 22 7'.'J75M mpnurnmm- Qf 5, m 3153 , L N L X Q' A A X f' N A ,QQ . I J if q Q ,,. Q ' f l 1Lqb A , u Q .- QQ if 1 , X ' . ' ,, .3 5 Q f 55575 KK'. :QF . , A, ,. Ahihh M M . . ii Lines, angles, circles! Mr. Carson explains the intricacies of scale drawings to mechanical draw- ing student, Jeffrey Grochala. DRI ER ED INITIATED FOR PPEROLASSES JUNIOR HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES-SEATED: Maureen Rudick, Kathryn Fisher, Margaret Barkasy, Joanne Chiapetta. STANDING: Christine O'Brien, Christine Martin, Barbara Volen, Lucille Lamachia. SECTION SB - ROW 1: Laraine Tarnecki, Nadine Tracchi, Karen Utz, Kathleen Volz, Barbara Volen, Kristine Virok, Maryann Yaco- vino, Nancy Wylie. ROW 2: Albert Vincent, Mark Zoltanski, James Suder, Herbert Wiener, Leonard Troiani, John Young, Lee VanHorn. l Lisa Tomasulo, Joanne Yaccarino, Deborah Stout, Gina Tottoroto. ROW 4: Maryann Tylutki, Lawrence Wagner, Robert Tedder, Martin Wereski, Matthew Tresansky, John Zubricky, Leon Witkowski, Gary Walters, John Szucs, Stanley Zaborniak. ROW 3: Joan Yuhas, Diane Stout, Victoria Wallace, Lucille Suarez, 33 1Y Try to remember . . . and enjoy forever the spirit that rose from a Wealth of endeavor An intent student body listens to an inspiring talk by Msgr. McCorristin, who presided at the installation ceremony. I CAPABLE STUDENTS ASSUME SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President Joseph Zam- pini, Secretary Diane Bucchi, Vice-President Michael Levandowski. ELECTED POSTS, TAKE PART I W-I in 1 A if fi N Sister John Joseph administers the oath of SENIOR HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES - SEATED: Carol Stanziale, office to Student Council President John Nancy Opalski, Sean McLernon, STANDING: James Joyce, Barbara Zrinski, Lettiere. Dominic Battisti. 36 me E J , , ,. if ai.. fi K? 5 as 1 IZ? un-.nv A S -.dd V Ki-gk "1 K . Q L gi is E if . Q 5 71 ., 4 .r 4 ji 4 .,",1 JK . Q ' F33 ,sv g IE!! 1, d M f r 1 , ' if f 3 fx QQAQ x. 4 'ffijw 1 A S I s 'li rf" Monsignor McCorristin, in whose honor the chapter has been named, was principal speaker for the occasion. t was The hall having been darkened, the five candles, symbolic of Honor Society ideals, reveal the group of membership aspirants seated on the stage. 38 39 RE EIVED IN S.Afs One of the most impressive parts of the ceremony is the lighting of the candles. Here Elaine Ana'erson ligl1ts the Candle of Service. The Candle of Character was lighted by Arthur Michon, tlzat of Scholar ship by Boris Sawula, and that of Leadership by Susan Burns. Every school strives to produce students who aim to achieve a high degree of leadership, character, service, and scholar- ship. Thus it was with great pride that St. Anthony's was granted a charter from the National Honor Society to reward those students who qualify. This was another "first', in S.A. history. In September 1968 the Monsignor McCorristin Chapter of the National Honor Society laid its foundation and began to build a fortress of strength and leadership. The cornerstone was laid, November 25, when the twenty seniors and nineteen juniors who had been nominated by the faculty were inducted as official members. The event was highlighted by a candle- light ceremony. Monsignor McCorristin, founder and director of S.A.H., presided and gave the main address. Present were the parents and friends of the new members. Moderated by Sister Miriam Grace the chapter has initiated two projects: a tutoring program for freshmen and the distri- bution of Christmas gifts to the aged at Morris Hall. Officers of the '68-'69 Chapter are: Vincent Ligafto, presi- dentg John Dzurkoc, vice-president, Margaret Volz, secretary, and Elaine Anderson, treasurer. 1059? xf-In J if fo- :iv-Q 45 adm , -v 1 534' WSL Mfg, as-,-.. -5 . -tugs 'wk' L I I ., 1 - , ..,,, X jgqgw-fzf M is - i- 1, , gf .- , L. 5 fwfw'f.f- RINGS WILL REMI D US At the Offertory of the Mass on Ring Day James Laramee and Joan Newell bring the gifts of bread and wine. Father McGovern was celebrant. Father Dailey, in the background, led the singing. "And this one makes 69," exclaims Jeanne Romano, happy to have her ring turned for good luck. .A ttt,' t V Father McGovern blesses the class rings, a cherished The theme song, "Somewhere My Love," sets a dreamy atmosphere for a perfect symbol of our seniority. evening. 40 OF GOOD TIMES BEHIND US In his usual jovial manner, Father Bohnsack joins the new upperclass- men in the gaiety of the evening. Though still a year till graduation, we as juniors felt that our spirits never could be higher. The time had come at last. It was May 24. Junior Day! Ring Day! This special day began with Holy Mass at which we had the privilege of receiving Holy Communion under both species. After Mass, Father McGovern spoke to us on our upcoming role as seniors. Then the rings were blessed and distributed to the class. After admiring them and having them turned over and over for luck, we left for the day-only to return that evening for a memorable Junior Dance. For the night's festivities the cafeteria had been trans- formed into a classic Grecian garden complete with stately columns, lacy vines, and dainty flowers. Sparkling white tables provided a place for refreshment and conversation. Soft candlelight gave it just the proper atmosphere of romance, thoroughly in keeping with the theme, "Some- where My Lovef' For hours we danced to the music of the "Men from Uncle." Then we left, with another treas- ured moment to remember. William Modica, Georgeann Prem, Robin Fornal, and Frank Paparella enjoy refresh- ments between dances. 41 'fi F E' 4, , in M 5 a A 4 df X LV ' A k if 3: swf ' 31, x--' 4:1 +' , -V 1 if , i f in ? 7 6 f :U , 5 ,L , av . rv M5522 Q 'A' 1 s- 155 - 1 Ji .47 W ,yn W' - 1, ms ' f W w ,gg ' ff i' eil fi ' ffvviifi 1' I at ' ' 1 Z. I J 3' .M MM ' b ,Z ii .X A YXAAX 'Hag ? f ga 2' , S2 ax Wav A N..-D' AMBITIOUS SCRIBE FI D A usually gay and always hardworking "Corristin" staff poses for the roving eye of the camera. Seated: John Pietras, Donald Costantino, Editor William Tarns, Assistant Editor Kathleen Rette, Joseph Pecht. Standing: Mary Ann Edwards, Elizabeth Toth, lattice Fioravanti, Mary Ann Giovannini. Absent from photo: Kathleen Wereski, Marie Csogi, lattice Dargo. Members of the Antonian staff carefully prepare the '68 Christmas issue. Present are Peter Mattonellz page 4 editor Karen Gattz headline writer: Mary Quigley, Felice Ronca and Patrtcza Meeks editors of pages 2 I and 3, respectively. f" I , LM ,.,, 44 OUTLET FOR TALENTS IN VARIOUS PUBLICATIONS Editor-in-chief Jacob Marini beams proudly over the latest edition of the "Antonian." He has served as head of the school newspaper for the past two years. Assistant editor is Stanley Janusz. 'Tw .ne ,ia.,.,gt , 5 . x 5 x 'H x' , 1 , . 'f"c?'f? of Q. Mindful of the importance of the written word, S. A. provides ample opportunity for students to learn and put into practice the fundamentals of journalism and effective writing. The school paper, 'The Antonian," keeps students abreast of current events. News articles, editorials, and sports reports occupy the time and effort of all staff members. Pressure to meet deadlines for the five annual editions keeps the staff continually busy. To the "Corristin" staff goes the duty of recording the highlights of the school year. After deciding the layout and the theme of the yearbook, this staff is constantly at work either writing headlines and summaries, or placing pictures and composing captions for them. The literary magazine, "Talisman," showcases the talents of those who possess a flair for writing. This year's editorial staff includes: Arthur Brown, Laurie Chiorello, Mary Giovan- nini, Joseph Jablonski, Joseph Pecht, John Pietras, William Tams, Kathleen Warwick, and Charles White. It is their job to select the best and most original works produced by the English classes. The cover and layout design of the magazine is also their responsibility. John Lettiere enthusiastically congratulates William Tams on being the first male editor of the "C0rristin." ,,,,,u.s.MM The "C0rristin" sports staff, in- cluding Editor Art Michon, Joe Jablonski, Kevin Logue, and Tom Pesta, recount SA's most successful sports' year. 45 -- b Ka " ' ' 'Skier -, .... . . il RB ' r gi H .ggiggss-its R ul Us 'Sf " mx 'Nil "' 1 Q r-an N LKL- 3 As a special project, members of the Third "Order of St. Francis made holy cards and First Communion veils for the poor children in Puerto Rican missions. Busy at the task are: Mary Giovannini, Diane DeCara, Kathleen Rette, Elizabeth Toth, and Barbara Bor- kowski. Sr. Norbert is moderator of the society and Fr. Allen, 0.F.M., Conv. is spiritual director. ,f my S.A. boasts a variety of clubs for those interested in various en- deavors or professions, Presidents of these clubs include: Barbara Borkowski, Red Cross,' Vincent Ligato, Future Doctors, Christine Kasian, Future Teachersg Joseph Zatnpini, Keyg Kathleen Warwick, 46 Computerg Nancy Falconio, Future Nurses, and Margaret Ferry, Business. Moderators of these clubs are: Miss Liptak, Sister Cath- erine Michael, Miss French, Mr. Lettiere, Mr. Companick, Miss Nadolny, and Sister Eleanor Francis, respectively. X 'is ,Qi ., . 2? '11 5 2 Aware of their responsibility to help spread the "Good News," the students each week make a small contribution to the missions. Pro- moters from the homerooms are in charge of the collections. Checking progress are: Petrina Romano, William Merritt, Beverly Myslinski, and Darrell Patalon. Sister Miriam Wanda is moderator. CLUB OFFER OPPORTUNITIE 4- Z. . The Science Department was invited to visit local industries for the purpose of acquainting students with modern technology. Here a group is observing the manufacture of pressurized hose at Good- all Rubber Company. . ii I! J iti' of " f Representing the Forensic Club are active senior members: Charles Mullen, Richard Miller, Grace Thomas, Frank Probosco, and Stanley Janusz fseatedj. Charles has twice been honored as outstanding speaker at the Student Congress for the South Jersey District of the N.F.L., and Stanley received the Gavel Award. All, including James Laramee Iabsent from photoj, expect to participate in the National Tournament. Mr. Luciano and Mrs. Rudolph are moderators. Representing the Radio Club, Joseph Tomchick, Joseph Papp. and President Stephen Madley demonstrate an induction coil. Sister Ventura is moderator. On any special occasion, the Glee Club can always be depended on for a song. 47 WFLUWER POWERM GREET FBO H 91497 4-.5 llvluulqg., Camera-shy Barbara Riccitello was one of the three lucky frosh to receive a gift at the Freshman Day happening. Merry lyrics echo through the gym as the chorus welcomes our flowering freshmen. 48 l,cts Putting much time into practice, Mr. Salerno never fails to present his audiences with an overwhelming performance. Captain of the Strivin For, Rocco Carsia, gives help- ful hints to frosh with a parody of "When I Was a Lad" from the operetta H.M.S. Pinafore. E ! I '51 ' Frosh were officially welcomed this year on October 10 with a freshman happening en- titled "A Remembering," a review of Freshman Day performances of the past four years. As each year was reviewed, the girls' chorus, bedecked with flowers, repeated the theme of the show: '6We have these moments to rememberf' Master of Ceremonies was Gary Lisnak, with Rocco Carsia as principal soloist. Martin Wereski favored the audience with a guitar solo and Robert Romero with a piano solo. Sister Pauline Marie was in charge. The joy of the holiday season reached its peak at the Christmas Concert, December 20 and 22, when the Choir and the Band provided a choral and instrumental rendition of Christ- mas music, both traditional and modern. Solo- ists were Maryellen Miller, Adele Nowicki, and Carol Wolf. Added features included twirling and dance routines. Christmas spirit abounds as the Glee Club, directed by John Hayward, entertains faculty and students with well-loved Christmas carols. CHRISTMAS CONCERT SPREADS CHEER Gliding across the stage during the annual Christmas Show, the skaters demonstrate their skill. With a warm handshake, frosh are greeted to four years at S.A. Accomplished twirler and Iron Mike mascot, Cindy Hurley of St. Anthony Grammar School, entertains the assembly at the Christmas performance. 49 EVEN AFTER E EN YEARS, SAINT The one and only original, genuine, Iron Mike Marching Band. DRILL TEAM - ROW 1: Diane Gennello, Maureen Rhodes, Joanne Yaccarino, Janet Arnold, Frances Smith, Christine Martin, Nancy Mahon, Maureen Rick, Joanne Caiazzo, Joanne Briel. ROW Laurie Kennedy, Eileen Shaw, Janet Paglione, Patricia Peraino, 2: Ellen Kozar, Nancy Staub, Alma Peters, Kathleen Volz, Denise Deborah Hoey, Diane Boyle, Margaret Volz, Marie Grover. Lombardo, Deborah Lake, Cindy Stone, ROW 3: Donna Petronella, 50 ANTHONY HIGH TILL HA IT FIRSTS TWIRLERS AND COLOR GUARD - KNEELING: Phyllis alik, Mary Krueger, Maureen Rudick, Karen Frascella, Virginia Gervasio, Gail Oswald, Joan Czeizinger, Rose Chiacchio, Mary Ann Hurley, D0feeI1 TiSCi0Ue, Laurie Chiefelle, Valerie KOUCZ, Judy Lewis, Marian Wood. STANDING: Daire Pisarick, Deborah Kov- Leibensperger, Patricia Lauer. The "Brown and Gold" Band and Color Guard would not have been com- plete without the drum majorettes, Patricia Chiac- chio and Eileen Shaw. x, :. 2:. ,, , .si i Sgt. John McNeill of the New Jersey Department of Motor Vehicles instructs students in the Driver Education Program about the hazards of drinking and driving. 51 QM. mi 49" im' l 1 Ready for a gala evening, Jo Ann Kraml and Thomas Vasil arrive at Cedar Garden Restaurant. SENIOR PROM MThere1s' A Place or USM The long anticipated evening finally turned into an exciting reality on January 31. It was the night of our Senior Ball! By and by, we were on our way to the magical atmosphere of Cedar Gardens Restaurant. We were received by the chaperones and friends with exclama- tions and compliments. About 7:45, we were served a delicious steak dinner. The after-dinner events opened with the presenta- tion of the senior couples and the election of the queen of the prom. After this, the evening was spent in a whirl of happiness as we danced to the romantic music of Vince Iorio and his orchestra. Along with the arrival of midnight came the crown- ing of the queen, followed soon after by the end of the ball. But the night was still young for many prom- goers, and the enchanting evening continued into the wee hours of the morning. I , i Discussing the possibilities of the evening, the promgoers settle down to their dinner. .,.,...,,. ,,,, Although the dance floor was crowded, each happy couple was in a world by themselves. Anticipating a perfect evening, Doris Carey and Thomas Krisak watch Janis Luft adjust Daniel Collins's tie. , 53 X, , ' Q X 3 . - 4 1 . Q 1 mf L w k :Y Q 6 Q N -V1 5 3 als' Q, if v I , K , , r Jxx . H, A , I .'.ifg2i2Ak4Q if , 1. KX., bv .L V-iglijfm. Ji, I W N , .x,. , X . L , 4. 'R x 14 wx , - -' , VL -E :G LY . ' 5, . ' '-. ' fi K I" 'A 'X . w ' " - -ri f 'X ' - K Q - .I " X ,Q s L., Q. H , Q gg w. L- ,K N S, xx. Y . M ,M V- YJ Lf -,,. ,Q F . . , . I t mf pkg., A . Q W ,s , A ff? K wi X W . M .,ifw?5-gg wswgg.-5.4155 wx F' Q . 31 S.,- J if N- ' xifle A r M., . , w . 'A Q J 5' 1 sk X- .X am .xg . I when aspiring stars emerged a great team MIKES SHATTER PREVIOUS RECORD IN FIR T WINNING SEASON VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW: Mike Mihalow, , Bob Tattory, Joe Bakter, Don Vasil, Co-Captains Kevin Hardiman I and Marty Flynn, Dave McDonald, Rich Daly, Kevin Fisher, I Micky Capria, Ron Orson. SECOND ROW: Coach Frank Benci- vengo, Denny Hardiman, Tommy Vasil, John Belzner, George 1 Kish, Steve Williams. THIRD ROW: Head Coach Tony Nitti, . An undying determination to succeed, and insur- mountable pride in themselves, and an intense desire to win for a devoted coach and an ecstatic student body, were the predominant factors in making the ' 1968 football team S.Afs best ever. Through the fine coaching of Mr. Anthony Nitti and his staff, the Mikes C5-45 gave the school its first winning football season as well as a bevy of school I records. Under the leadership of co-captains Kevin Hardiman and Marty Flynn, the team set their sights I on a victory over Notre Dame and came up with the most gratifying victory in the school's history. This was so until Thanksgiving Day, when an un- defeated Holy Cross team ran smack into the deter- mined Mike squad. Kevin, the county's leading rusher, and Marty, along with junior bulldozer Rich Bianchi and signal caller Dennis Hardiman, ran and passed through a top rated defense behind the great blocking of Joe Ferry, John Belzner, Dave McDonald, Kevin Fisher, and the rest of the offensive line. Defensively, the likes of Dominic Gervasio, Marty Levandowski, Tony Zak, and Bill McClain Weren't about to let any team get the better of them. The re- sulting ZO-12 victory culminated a truly great season. With it St. Anthony became alive with a unified spirit never before imagined. This was truly S.Afs greatest moment to remember in an unforgettable year. 56 John Marion, Bob Shearer, Joe Jablonski, Rudy Margiotti, Bob DiFalco, Kurt Pizzullo, John Kovac, John Schaeffer. Fred Hendricks, Don Krulewicz, Tony Zak, Bill McClain, Rich Bianchi, Bill Spenser, Don Gervasio, Bob Archer, Bob Mains, Bob Bogdan. Gary Walters, Coach George Kotch. nf Trentun Times Thafs a lot of bull!-Junior sensation Rich IBuIIl Bianchi hits pczydirt. , 1 1 I I i I i Above and beyond the call of duty!-High-flying Marty Flynn gives his all in victory over Trenton. Going my way?-Speedster Rick Hendricks is about to give his rival a taste of S.A.'s turf. Turn aroundg look at me!-Defensive monster- back Rich Bianchi airs his gripe to the dis- pleasure of an opponent. Courtesy of Trenton Times VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES 20 I C 14 We They 13 Ewing 18 21 cece Trenton 19 12 ..eec Notre Dame O O ' 7 . .eec H amilton 0 ooooo . e..t O O Steinert O 0 OO OOOO Hunderton Central O 7 41 OOOOOOO Mater Dei OO OOOOO O 40 OOOO OOOO P ope John XXIII OOOO 0 20 ,OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Holy Cross OOOOOOOOO 12 Guess there's just no getting over you!-Junior quar- terback Dennis Hardirnan gets yardage . . . the hard .u Q18 if V E secondary. f ---fOm:MO,,,+j 'L 3 Look out world, here I come!-County's leading ground gainer, Kevin Hardiman l30j, is on his way to another romp through the oppositionis 57 Ready . . . Aim . . . Hum- ble!-The Mike line pre- pare a Ewing runner for Tony Zak i251 to apply finishing louches. 58 Courtesy uf Trenton Times VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS -ROW 11' Susan Mattis, Irene Pica, Donna Mazza- getti. ROW 2: Barbara Peters, Karen Blackwell, Donna Bernocchi, Diane Fox, Elaine Anderson. 7-1 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW: Ed Gore, John Mazzeo, John Wright, Paul Wasylenko, John Gaughan, Car- men Adonizio, Paul Nucaso, Bob Manuguerra, Jeff Wilson, Bob Apgar. SECOND ROW: Gary McDonald, John Cary, Phil Besler, Mike Beach, Pat Dooling, Dan McSorley, Joe Andahazy, Dom Botteri, Bob Lauer, Mark Campbell. THIRD ROW: Coach Rich Carson, Tony Pantaleoni, Rich Sost, John Spisak, Rich Cartlidge, Joe Sapudar, Mark Kozicz, Rich Naples, Mike Calisti, Rich Dell, Joe Mattonelli, Joe Shekiro, Coach Ken Fisher. Crunch!-Linebackers Bob Tatlory i322 and Dave McDonald C601 show a Ewing foe how the Mikes hit. va aa E I'- : e -u : as - I' va- a ai va ma 4- .. : o Q Victory is our cry!-Exuberant Mike fans propel team to shutout over Notre Dame. There's no stopping us now!-Steiner! back is confronted by numerous bone-crunching tackles. 60 DETERMINED HARRIER PROVE TO CH ROSS COUNTRY Coach White and his speedy six.'-Repre- senting S.A.'s winningest varsity cross COIHZ- try team are: Mike Lewis, Vince Ligato, Art Michon, Dave Pollack, Frank Pcipurelhi, Joe Zampini, and Coach Bruce White. Here they come!-S.A.'s best cross country squad shows some speed with a quick sprint on the track. The past cross-country season was the one in which S.A. harriers showed every one that they could hold their own in this sport of speed and stamina. Under the direction of Coach Bruce White, the Mikes gave evidence of this boast by their best record ever Q9-63. This included wins over Princeton and Trenton, which marked the first time that the S.A. harriers' squad overcame these opponents. Along with the best over-all log, came a record-breaking performance by senior Art Michon for S.A.'s home course. The 11:38 timing knocked ten seconds off his previous standard. In the Mercer County Meet, Art took fourth place, and Joe Zampini took sixth. This combo proved to be the most potent one-two punch in the race, although the overall team standings placed the Mikes fifth. Other seniors contributing to this year's success were: Vince Ligato, Frank Paparella, Joe Pecht, and Joe Connolly. Un- derclassmen Mike Lewis, John Muka, Dave Pollack, Bill Lewis, Dennis Fisher, and Rich Small showed signs of future promise. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-FIRST ROWg Bob Watkin, OND ROW: John Szucs, Frank Papparella, Dave Pollack, Joe Zampini, John Muka, Mike Lewis, Tony Ligato, Mike JQhn.ZUbriCky, Joe PSCW, AFI Michon, VIHCC I-lgf1f0. D611- Zampini, Jim Dolan, Bill Lewis. Coach Bruce White. SEC- ms Fisher, Mark Smith. SOCCER TEAM-FIRST ROW: Hank Hollender, Tim Kinnevy, Noel De- Blois, Tony Armenti, John Wysocki, Boris Sawula, Lee Van Horn. SECOND ROW: John Kish, Larry Auletta, Ken Rylak, Chuck Pihokken, Joe Brophy, Herb Wiener, Larry Wag- ner, Bob Germani, Coach John Wagner. THIRD ROW: Bill Micharski, Dave Mennel, Jeff Jones, John Blanche, Rich Knop- ka, Doug Gray, Billy Metrik, Will Bryan, Tony DiStephano, Ray- mond Davidson, Mike Pietras, John Schumacher, Ronald Binz, John Batcha, John Barry. ABSENT: Coach Paul Kaszyc. OCCER SQUAD POSTS IMPRESSIVE LOG The best of all the rest!-Assistant Coach John Wagner stands with All-County selection Tony Armenti. Not me, tlze ball!-Hamilton defender fails to stop the of- fensive drive of juniors, Ken Rylak and John Wysocki. SOCCER If this season is a preview of the future, the Iron Mikes, Soccer Club is a team to Watch. This year's team, coached by Mr. Paul Kaszyc, finished with the best record ever C8-4-45, the accent being on youth. The lone senior in the club, however, was Tony Armenti who succeeded in being selected to the all-Mercer County first team. With returning stars such as Ken Rylak, John Kish, and Tim Kinnevy, S.A. fans have a real treat in store for them- selves next year. 61 .A. CAGERS SUR IVE TOUGH SEASON BASKETBALL Although the winning trend could not make its way into S.A.'s 1968-69 basketball scene, it did promise to make itself known in the future. The reason for this is the fact that four of the starters on this yearls team will return next year. The lone senior playing regularly was Mike '4Sparky" Larkin. His nickname was proven to be no Hflukel' as his in- spirational leadership on the floor led to sparks of greatness. Outside fire power and an aggressive spirit are the credentials sported by juniors John Kish, Steve Gore, and Denny Hardi- man. The sophomores also made a big contribution in 6'4" Steve MacZinko, one of the most promising young players around. Coach Doug Hice put the accent on youth but lost nothing in getting reserve duty from seniors Bob Eekstem. Kevin Hardiman, and Mike Levandowski, who showed Mike fans their own brisk style of play. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-ROW l: Gary Walters. Joe Hoyer, Captain Kevin Hardiman, Lee Van Horn, and Bill Linder. ROW 2: Coach Doug Hice. Steve Gore, Bob Martin, Steve. MacZ1nko, Bob Eckstein, John Kish, Mike Levandowski, Dennis Hardiman. Man- ager Larry Wagner. ABSENT: Bill McClain.' Where did everybody go?-Forward John Kish f32j searc'l1ed for the rest of his Iron Mike mziies to combat the LKIIICCI' press. 62 ' , I Qt? 4 if VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES S.A. Opp. 60 8 Hamilton 8 8 5 , 85 44 SSSSS -, Steinert A SSSS 38 52 so at Ewing or 8 76 60 EEE6 0 Steinert ESEEEE 56 40 E.0E 8 Hamilton EEEEEE, to 0 ,. 75 54 ,SES so do Holy Cross ooooooo 5 M 59 50 Kennedy 5 68 55 - 5,55 5 Trenton 8 or 76 57 8 Ewing 8 , 77 53 Cathedral or ooooo, 8 5 70 56 Christian Brothers so 8. 69 55 r,aa, 5 Steinert ,rrrr,rr. 63 58 ...C 5 or 5 Holy Cross rrrrrrr 84 66 0 Mater Dei ,rrrr,r 62 56 rraa ,S 8 Notre Dame 8 rrrrrr 73 47 rrr,ooo so or Hamilton rrarrrrrr 5 or 8 53 57 . a,rrr St. Joseph CCamdenD 58 58 rrrr , r,rir Cathedral rroaorrr, 5 71 41 .U do 4 Trenton 72 61 or Princeton ,C 57 51 8 . Notre Dame rrror to 8 80 Gonna be a showdown!-Captain Kevin Hardinian meets the two refs and his rival before the Holy Cross encounter. Up, up, and away!-Iron Mike Larkin towers ov I the opposition for a score. 63 il: i 29' mg: . M-1 mm I, ii' f:f5'g"' J? ,mv iw el I .5 g 'Q' N gf ,ff .' NY The unreachable ball!-Seniors Bob Eckstein 5432 and Mike Levandow- ski f25j move in for a rebound against Steinert. JUNIOR VARSITY AND FRESHMAN BASKETBALL CHEER- LEADERS-ROW 1: Nancy Mahon, Nancy Hoffman, Pamela Apgar, Jo Ann Fioravanti, Mary Ann Ialacci, Kathleen Zaino, Donna Ber- nocchi. ROW 2: Barbara Peters, Julie Falchi, Carla Livolsi, Carmella Tuccillo, Lynn Gerstnicker, Pamela Bryce, Donna Mazzagetti. Mikes on the move-Mike Larkin spearheads S.A.'s attack against the Lancers. Il's mine!-The aggressiveness of John Kish f32j keeps Holy Cross offense off-guard. X l' FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-ROW 1: Pat Auletto, Gary McDonald, Pat Dooling, Mike Reading, Bob Puhalski, Bill Kerlin. ROW 2: Dominic Batter, Tony Pantaleoni, Dan Giaquinto, Tom Mrazik, Frank Cuille, Tim Rooney, Paul Slover, Coach Richard Carson. Tony leads the way.-Sophomore Tony Ligato K30j looks for an opening in the opp0siti0n's defense. A look at the J.V. team this year might not be too en- couragingg however, it did provide the S.A. coaching staff with a look at some promising individual talent. Such per- formers as Bill McClain, Tony Ligato, and high scoring Bob Martin are looking toward the fifth position on next year's varsity. In the freshman ranks, talent is not scarce as performers such as Mike Reading, Pat Dooling, Gary McDonald, Tom Mrazik, Frank Cuiule, and Pat Auletto intend to rouse the enthusiasm of Mike fans in the near future. 66 Here I come.-Big Bill McClain 1502 drives toward the hoop. YOUNG MIKE GAIN EXPERIENCE Don't just stand there . . .-Ron Kish contemplates the Situation before making his next move. Strategy meeting!-Freshman Couch Mr. Richard Carson instructs his players on the game plan. J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM-4Neal Apoldite, Alan Zamparelli, Bob Anchinsko, Jerry York, Pat McClain, Ron Kish, Bob Martin, Paul Kondas, Jerry Howell, Bob Davies, Tony Ligato, John Burns. T PRING PORT VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM - ROW l: Jim DeLucia, Boris Sa- wula, Henry Hollender, Bob Steph- ens, Dave McDonald. ROW 2: John Dzurkoc, Mark Zoltanski, Bob Germani, Marty Flynn, John Ko- vac, Mickey Capria. ROW 3: Tom Janusz, Rich Bianchi, Jim McGov- ern, and Coach Tom DeVito. PRIDE + HUSTLE 2 MIKE A real swinger! - Star center fielder Marty Flynn takes his cuts. uh :,, 1wf1.'t1':,f','ff'g, is -'1 V ,, 1' 'Rf " V, K i ar e . , f 2 it' it fr' -J "' v M 7' KJ ,L "-k - f , . ,.:-te 1, - , Yi., W' . aff ' .fe. ' V L i - L ,J i,h. , Q ' W, " W- " A Keeping him honest! - First baseman Gary Walters keeps close guard over an opposing base-runner. This year S.A. really made itself known as an athletic power, and the baseball team is ready to more than prove this boast. Coach Tom DeVito has molded a swift, versatile team, which promises to bring the Brown and Gold the best record ever out on the diamond. Key men in this effort are center fielder Marty Flynn, short- stop Tony Armenti, catcher Rich Bianchi, and second base- man Boris Sawula. The pitching corps is held down by right hander John Dzurkoc and southpaws Steve Gore and John Kovac. Like these men, the remaining members of the team are in search of victory, and they should be able to accomplish that quest handsomely. SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE VARSITY TRACK TEAM-ROW wol. ROW 3: Head Coach Bruce White, Joe Ferry, Joe Jablonski, 1: Mark Smith, Rocco Carsia, Bob Watkin, Joe Zampini. ROW 2: Joe Dormer, TOIU Vasil, and ViHCe Lig21t0- Art Michon, Vic Mottola, Rick Hendricks, Bob Tattory, John Wil- DETERMINATIO -KEY TO UCCESS This year, Coaches Bruce White and Michael Luci- ano are leading an experienced and determined track squad against tough Mercer County competition. This may seem a major chore, but the abundant talent gives no reason to expect anything but a successful season. New faces have appeared to bolster the sprinting strength, while the distance men represent a tough group to contend with. Inexperience but determina- tion mark the jumping events, and the weight men show their strength in depth. With such a Well- balanced team, S.A. supporters can look forward to better things in track. High hopes! - Junior high jumper Dave Pollack concentrates on the bar before making his leap. .. z-, , ' 'R '- -2.2 .,,,. 1 a t ',f, ,1- if it r ' weevs S " ' f " xk .-... zffgfiif u J K i..r'- f K . I' .-f" it-Fi. ' ., 3 ii 5 .-1:-ir.: . -3 W ,-.i .f,, ' , f . 'rli ,ccc yrrrii R ' S ' '- r r r'-- A 1. M . . .. - A .xik ,, V1 . V tt. I e seerie ,,s so at ,,"'i T iete F7523 'ii', -1' 4, b W ,'1' t , iiei 5 A ' f ' - - - - . --ii tt. is ,,'--'t f, gil, Dishzng zt out! - Senior strong man Joe Ferry shows form in if - - It, X '--f--- 'f1'- preparing to unleash the discus. 69 5 ' 'r ' , , S 11 -QP' S' " , . mar - P- -f.: -2, e : ,. t a. MIKETTE DI PLAY KILL AND TALENT Let it not be said that in S.A. the boys monopo- lize the world of sports. Though the girls do not participate in interscholastic games, intramural competition is kept alive through dribbling basket- balls, hard-hit softballs, flying volleyballs, and precision drill teams. Bowling, a new addition, is rising to a level of importance along with the other activities. Cheerleaders add to the commotion with their shouts of a new cheer. Interest is sparked in March by the Annual G.A.A. Show. Captain of the Brown Team this year is Elaine Anderson and her opponent, Cap- tain of the Gold Team, is Pat Chiacchio. Spirits soar as the time draws near. Varied events on both sides will create a difficult task for the judges awarding the points. The season ends in a grand finale with the Annual Sports' Banquet to which parents of the athletes are invited. Receiving their well-earned letters or trophies, the sportsmen look forward to reaching new heights the following year. Success in sports' activities is largely due to our moderators: Miss Strumski who coaches the bowl- ing, softball, and basketball teams, and Mrs. Mains who devotes her attention to volleyball, cheerlead- ers, and drill teams. B O W L I N G T E A M -ROW l: Veronica Gag- liardi, Michele Turansick, Frances Guscior, Cynthia Hoffman, Jacqueline Bonanni. ROW 2: Nancy Szilagyi, Joan Schnorbus, Joanne Scorsolini, Antoi- nette Tuccillo, Nancy Wal- kowski, Joanne D'Errico. ROW 3: Dorothy Sailey, Paulette Siciliano, Diane McCarron, Kathy Dell, Mary Cunningham, Mary Ann Belardo, Joan Dzwil- eski. ROW 4: Linda Mas- ick, Alberta Santini, Chris- tme Van Pelt, Kathy Kol- backi, Lorie Murphy, Bev- erly Myslinski, Nina Pic- colella, Rosemary Pizzullo. ROW 5: Susan Lacon- chiek, Debbie Haws, Char- lene Tattory, Mary Fal- zone, Pat Tummillo, Nona Ortego, Kathy McKeever, Nancy Morgan, S u s a n Chesner. ROW 6: Peggy Carr, Debbie Serafine. Joan Arkus, Barbara Metterle, Judy Santarsiero, June Mastrangelo, Pattie Rette, Olga Gazonas, Carol Hus- tak. ROW 7: Beverly Kmetz, Ellen Laufenberg, Debbie Fedorsak, Deborah Large, Virginia Wysocki, Karen Drake, Dorothy Gagliardi, Marianne Men- nuti. 70 BASKETBALL TEAM-ROW 1: Kathy Oresik, Christine Kasian, Nancy Falconio, Carol Stanziale. ROW 2: Kathleen Kirby. Mary Ann Edwards. JoAnne Krisak, Joyce Marhefka. ROW 3: Kathleen Warwick, Margaret Gill, Georgiana Matyasovsky, Mary Ann French, Nancy Opalski. l I SOFTBALL TEAM-ROW 1: Loretta Russo, Angela Barbalace. Catherine Wolf, Diane Germani, Susan Vanisko, Deborah Hoey. Cathy Oresik, Janis Luft, Rosemary Tottoroto, Virginia Mate. ROW 2: Lorraine Kais, Anne Normile, Elaine Kosztyu, Katherine Dell, Karen De Blois, Donna Belyung, Patricia Klein, Eileen Manu- VOLLEYBALL TEAM-ROW l: Christine Rodgers, Karen Dixon, Barbara DiEugenio, Janice Bohn, Donna Correnti. ROW 2: Annabelle Oberding, Diane Bucchi, Eileen Suydam, Deborah Large. ROW 3: Sarah Mains, Margaret Gill, Maureen Fink, Barbara Lane. A A fu A A t.-t ' S. ' f ., . , ' . fi t 5 ' - " .af - i t . : I . : 4 , S ff' if ' - , ' 1 in ' gi . .ia , F guerra, Monica Terlecki. ROW 3: Sharon Rossi. Theresa Warenski. Geraldine Lepkowski, Deborah Lis. Diane Boyle. Karen Rossi, Sheila Cronin, Barbara Kuti, Christine P'Simer, Colleen Grogan, Gail Silverson, Patricia Burek, Majorie Walters. GYMNASTICS TEAM: Christine Rodgers, Diane Bucchi, Sarah Mains, Barbara Zrinsky, Marilyn Mezei, Karen Dixon. Christine is holding the trophy Marilyn received as "homecoming queen." SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM-ROW l: Chris Gore, Eva Gusz, Janell Romero, Donna Guido. ROW 2: Diane Gennello, Valerie Koncz, Maryanne Perrilli, Marianne Toft, Karen DeBlois. ROW 3: Barbara Kinsley, Janet Paglione, Eileen Warwick, Barbara Kuti, Chris P'Simer, Theresa Randow. 71 VARIETY, DIVERSITY MARK G.A.A. SHOW Hail, hail, the gang turned out, To see the G.A.A. show bout. Rah, rah, Gold! and rah, rah, Brown! The cheers rang out from all around. Tension grew as time drew near, To pick a winner for this year C 19685. Congratulations team of Gold, The title win is yours to hold. This evens up the score to par, A draw, a win for both so far. Next year 119695 will really prove t Look for the teams to show their zest. When all is said, and all is done, Which team will be the number one? he best, "Should I or shouIa'n't I?" seems to be the expression on Patricia Raney's face as she questions the outcome of the night's events. Energetic sophomores cap- ture the mood of a rural western atmosphere in their performance of cz tra- ditional folk dance. The Gold Drill Team, representing the Seven Dwarf.s, nervously present themselves to the judges. Funny Farm or Bust: Talented Barbara Abbott capti- vates the audience with her winning pantomine. "When the Saints Go Marchin' In," Patti Chiacchio and Diane De Cara, Gold teammates, will be there to perform their routine in style Displaying a new kind of talent is S.A.'s first gymnastics team. 4 -11" 5 1 Q ff i'Lw I 5' 5 Q1 4' 1 I 15? ,Wa fe vw VK QA . 2 P "f . 453' JA' 5' gf. ' M ,lf K1 A , W f V' S, -f i: 1 J if? iv X , R: . ' ki , " 1 ' . J , --l 22-I . ' Je 1. -Wf gix ,gi Q. . 5, be nice to remember the the heights We attained FIFTH GRADUATING CLASS ANN ADONIZIO DONALD ALTOBELLI MARTHA ANDAHAZY ELAINE ANDERSON BARBARA APGAR On the occasion of installation of officers, Student Council Presiden! John Lettiere outlines his goals for the upcoming year. TES TOPS IN SCHOOL SPIRIT ROBERT ARCHER X ANTHONY ARMENTI ff DENISE BAKTER ELLEN BARABAS For us it's all over, For some, yet to come. Bur try lu remember- The remembering is fun. How could we ever forget the time we sat in class looking out the window on a balmy spring day, cheered the team on to victory, or anticipated per- plexing exams. The apprehension of Freshman Day, the thrill of Junior Day, the deep feeling of brotherhood at a Folk Mass will always be remembered. We will never forget the friends we made, the knowledge we acquired, the faculty who helped mold our lives. With senior year we have reached the apex of our school days. The school belonged to us, we belong to it. We have learned to love and respect it and all it stands for. Throughout our four years we have aimed with avidity to maintain high standards. Zealous participation in all facets of student life has been our hallmark. On Graduation Night we conclude a memorable high school career, rich in opportunity for spiritual, intellectual, and personal development. And as we close the doors behind us for the last time, we know that a little part of us will be locked within the halls and classrooms of St. Anthony High. DOMINIC BATTISTI FRED BATTISTI CHRISTINE BECKER 77 ELAINE ANDERSON RETAINS HIGHE T RANK JOHN BELZNER LUCILLE BENNETT KAREN BLACKWELL Gold Team captain, Patricia Chiacchio proudly accepts the victory flag from Kath- leen Warwick, mistress of ceremonies at the '69 G.A.A. Show. JANICE BOHN 78 T ,, ,,LL,..AA , . vt ROBERT BOGDAN GENEVIEVE BORGIA BARBARA BORKOWSKI IN SCHGLASTIC RECORD FUR FGUR YEARS JEFFREY BOURNE JOYCE BRITTON f 52, ANNE BURNS MICHAEL BURNS E SECTION IA EXCELS IN Rocco Carsia and Christine RV PASQUALE CALAIARO DOMINIC CAPRIA .Q-f" lK, I A qw Aff X f A K - J , ,X . I f ' I . u RJ-I Q Xjvif X 4- . ,wif Q' I I - '1 1 DORIS CAREY Rocco CARSIA 3 . RQ! f X X CYNTHIA CHELL PATRICIA CHIACCHIO LAURIE CHIORELLO L 4 f A 2 YEARBOOK PATRON DRIVE . Rodgers double their quota Ever-critical Lucy's advice to Linus captures the attention of Mike Winget and Fred Hendricks. J OSEPH CONNOLLY DIANNA CIPRIANI NANCY CLARK LINDA COLEMAN DANIEL COLLINS DEBRA CooK QJDONALD COSTANTINO f I ,A , , If I 81 s aa 9 A man s real possession MARIE CSOGI CLAIRE CULLEN J OAN CZEIZINGER JOHN DABRONZO JANICE DARGO ay- . - af l ..s,.. ... .A ,L ' xii!! ' ff fs DIANE DECARA DENNIS DEGREGORY 9 n .N 4 A shortcut to afternoon classes! is his memor ,M-Alexander Smith BETHANN DELATE MARTHA DIETRICH BARBARA DIEUGENI0 JAMES D1LLoN JOANN DIPASQUALE KAREN DIXON KENNETH DoMBosK1 JOSEPH DORNER A ,-.., W ,I J 59' f , 124' ,..,,f,,kgL, 5 , A Q ' 1ggEcv'4fQ I H3 X52 4 83 .4 TWENTY SENIOR - FIR T HERE TO MERIT CAROL DURON ROBERT ECKSTEIN MARY ANN EDWARDS NANCY FALCONIO Mexican folk tunes are part of the Spanish IV curriculum for better appreciation of foreign cultures. Joseph Pechl and James Dillon join with classmates in singing the Cantata "De Coloresf' the opening hymn of the Cursillos, a Christian reform movement in the Spanish world. R L55 QAJARUUS SSA , RICHARD FARLEY ANNE FEEHAN MEMBERSHIP IN NATIONAL HGNOR SOCIETY . . JOSEPH FERRY MARGARET FERRY 7--inf' hr JANICE FIORAVANTI GAIL FLYNN I MARTIN FLYNN 2- L' va I if , .l g E . :V N. F Y' . 1, ' 1. I f, e.. 4 A if , , I f' ,Y F ,, 7 ,f .9 A KVQVT, f , A I -Y I 5 ,V . ' fw ' ' n E W 5 4 gy V 'V if 'V 1 'Ls A 1 I I P' NoRA FOLEY ROBERT FORRESTER DIANE Fox O -.1 1 P 1 if X G V V Q, J I 86 a.,- ,pf 1 I . 2 5 FREDERICK FRANCIONE KAREN FRASCELLA MOCK PRE IDENTIAL ELECTION Humphrey Is .lllajority Chou: V... . J R E ' i N , R Wondering whether calculus will require as much application, Donald Altobelli con centrates on a problem in basic trigonometry. Both branches of mathematics are eluded in the course in math analysis, introduced this year. JOHN GATTI CAROLYN GAUGES 'V I-IICHLIGHT OF O R SENICR YE R 4A Goes For iron y 1 ffl: ' CHRISTOPHER GIANCOLA MARY GIOVANNINI LEO GRAY ,-4 ELIZABETH GRIGGS Every year on Vocation Day representalives from various religious congregations visit the schools to explain their works. Here a Medical Missionary relates some of her experiences to a group of girls. ROBYN GROCOTT RICHARD GROTH 87 MW hen to the sessions 0 sweet silent thought MARK GULBINSKY FAITH GURLAND ELLIOTT HANCARIK x KEVIN HARDIMAN DEBORAH HEIM FREDERICK HENDRICKS l L KATHLEEN HOFMANN STEPHEN HORVATH I summon up remembrance of things past . . N -Shakespeare ,A 9 O L THERESA HUDxK ROBERT HUGHES JOSEPH JABLONSKI '-. KATHLEEN J AB LONSKI STANLEY J ANUSZ J EFF REY J ONES MARY JONES JAMES JOYCE ,, , . V X .X CN JN X .tx XL bl.: lx M 89 C ' A -, ROCCO CARSIA, IOHN KERNAST, AND SUMMER CIENCE COURSE : 83, U if With the assistance of Mr. Companick, Janice Fioravanti demonstrates acceleration and RUTHANN KAMIN velocity. The onlookers include Kathleen Warwick, Arthur Brown, and Steven Mihalow. x CHRISTINE KASIAN JAMES KASPAR KATHLEEN KELLY PATRICIA KENNEY WILLIAM KENNEY JOHN KERNAST VINCENT LIGATO PARTICIPATE IN AT RIDER COLLEGE JOHN KING ROBERT KINSLEY KATHLEEN KTRBY .kg-fl ,N JOHN KNIGHT J 01-IN KOVAC .IOANN KRAML THOMAS KRISAK 91 These eager stenographers are preparing for future occupations in the business world. Patricia Midura carefully adjusts a record which aids in improving dictation speed. MT here are too many books I haven at reaal too many places I MARY KRUEGER JAMES LANZONI MICHAEL LARKIN GERALDINE KUCINSKI EDWARD LAPA alll? RICHARD LARKIN BARBARA LANE JAMES LARAMEE KEITH LEILI avenpt seen, too many memories I haven at kept long enough. 99 -Irwin Shaw HUGO LEONARDI KATHLEEN LEONE JOHN LETTIERE Presenting a resume of his research on Charles Dickens is Frank Paparella, a member the panel on Victorian novelists held in English class. Chairman David McDonald MICHAEL LEVANDOWSKI with panelists Donald Vasil, Tiscione, and William Modica listens attentively. VICTOR LIBERATORE VINCENT LIGATO GARY LISNAK IACOB MARINI WINS FIRST PLACE IN 1968 STATE KEVIN LOGUE .--r"'1 A four-year ar! stzzdenz, Diane Ciprinni takes a particular interest in original sculp ture. 94 JANIS LUFT GERALDINE LUTZ JOHN LYDEN STEPHEN MADLEY SARA MAINS EDWARD MALLOY WIDE ESSAY CGNTE T GN THE HANDIC PPED ANNE MALONEY N E JACOB MARINI DONNA MAZZAGETTI 95 SUSAN MANTEL RUDY MARGIOTTI SUSAN MATT15 PETER MATTONELLI Where were you when the lights went out? Timothy Randow and John Schaeffer were in radio and electricity class experimenting with A.C. and D.C. currents. MARILYN MEZEI IS CROWNED HOMECOMING ALBERT MCABEE Among the varied and exciting privi- leges that come with being a compara- tively new and growing school is the initiation of tradition. This year, with the enthusiastic cooperation of the en- tire student body, S.A. introduced into its social life the program, "Homecom- ing Day". November 28, Thanksgiving Day, was the occasion of this initial cere- mony. Events of the day began with the annual Thanksgiving football game, highlighted by the announcing and crowning of the Homecoming Queen. Elected by the senior class during the previous week, Marilyn Mezei holds the distinction of being S.A.'s first to achieve this honor. To add to the suc- cess of the occasion there was a record turnout of both past and future gradu- ates. That evening alumni and upperclass- men again gathered at a dance held in the cafeteria. It's the hope of the Class of ,69 that this program will be con- tinued by all who will enter and leave the halls of S.A. High. 96 BERNARD MCCLAIN DAVID MCDONALD VICTORIA MCGLONE MARY ANN MCINTYRE SEAN MCLERNDN DAVID MEARA QEE WILLIAM MENNELL WILLIAM MERRITT Lunch period and the livin' is lazy. While waiting for the bell, underclassmen Joseph Parsons and Michael Lipski listen to football Star, Kevin Hardiman, relate his accom- plishments. MARILYN MEZEI ARTHUR MICHON PATRICIA MIDURA 97 SEVEN RECEIVE LETTERS OF Richard Mller MARYANN MIHALOW STEPHEN MIHALOW MARYELLEN MILLER RICHARD MILLER JANET MIZOPALKO WILLIAM MODICA KATHLEEN MONTI NATALIE MORLANDO COMMENDATION IN NATIONAL MERIT EXAM achieves lughest score VICTOR MOTTOLA CHARLES MULLEN - RITA MURRAY DENNIS MYERS JOAN NEWELL BERNADETTE NEWMAN ANNABELLE OBERDING MARGUERITE O,GORMAN C7 cannot but remember such things were, BARBARA OLEXOVITCH NANCY OPALSKI CATHY ORESIK "How would you answer that question?" inquires Father Mc- Govern. Active participation in group discussion on vital dog- matic and moral questions is encouraged in all senior religion classes. MARY OTTO SIGN! 4 L - egg .4 i' E 'W A2'i'1?.7"'d FRANK PAPARELLA EDMUND PARP JOSEPH PAPP A 7 7 that were most precious to me. -Shakespeare GAILE PASSERELLA JOSEPH PECHT DIANA PELLITIERE A lv' ,, VINCENT PERONI FRANK PERROTTA CHRISTINE PERRY THOMAS PESTA BARBARA PETERS DIANA PELLITIERE AND CHRISTINE KASIAN IRENE PICA FRANK PICCOLELLA MICHAEL PIERSON I F F ,W ,.I-gf' VA:-45 JOHN PIETRAS DANIEL PINTO JUDITH PITCHERELLO if I gf fx f I 1' A , XM ff i ,. - f Wk! 155 if , ,,,, :pfv " ? I: ., pw ff in Q,,f14f!27I MEL ff I f I I T 5-' Cgggl , . I IJ f ' 102 U KURT PIZZULLO GEOGENA PoP XDA PLACE IN COUNTY CYO ESSAY COMPETITION JOHN POTAPA RAMONA PRATICO FRANK PROBASCO XMARY QUIGLEY DONNA RAGO 1 I W ' a I , f - " NJ v If' 14' Q" 3' iff! JF' I ' J: 5:7 ' . f ' J1 1 I '1 I 1 ,,,.. HI' 4 L IM' If , "1 ,ff wtf MW! Ffa xv " M, fm N Li? J I I W TIMOTHY RANDOW JOHN READINGPTEX L, X I KATHLEEN RETTE .Xl I , 1 -f fx ,ljx F A Q .- ff I 5 B 4 ,WI I I up Q E ei! .fi MARGARET RICHTER MARIANNE ROBB CYNTHIA RODEAWALD MT here are all those early memoriesg one cannot get another set,' CHRISTINE RODGERS J EANNE ROMANO ROBERT ROMERO ,W GARY Rosla 'The football team needs you!" exclaims Martin Flynn, practicing technique learned in salesmanship class. As a result, the tickets start unrolling and sales soar sky-high. 104 MARC RUGARBER Filling in blanks always poses a problem, so Maryann Sperazza and Anthony Armenlz turn to Mr. Kotch for a few helpful hints. one has onhf those. 9,-Wi11aCather JAMES RURA JOHN RUsso A I PETER SAN PAOLO V A SM , xx. I E fy Pl We MARY SAWYER ALFRED SCACCETTI JOHN SCHAEFFER 105 PPERCLASSMEN GAIN BUSINESS EXPERIE CE NANCY SCHAEFFER PATRICIA SCHUMACHER ROBERT SHEARER GALE SHERRY MARK SMITH JOAN SIKUCINSKI Every afternoon, Kathleen Jablonski, Bernadette Newman, Kathleen Leone, and Richard Groth are among those who depart from the rigors of school to gain experience in the business world. They are participants in the Cooperative Work Program. r N THROUGH CO-OPERATIVE WORK PLAN MARIANNA SPERRAZZA CAROL STANZIALE ROBERT STEPHAN EILEEN SUYDAM 'i EDWARD SZBANZ MICHAEL SZUL POCONO MUUNTAINS - SCENE OF '! WILLIAM TAMS ROBERT TATTORY JOANN TEDDER MARY TEMPESTA PATRICIA TETTEMER KENNETH THIEL ELIZABETH THQMAS GRACE THOMAS MID-FEBRUARY CLASS SKI TRIP PATRICIA TINDALL LoUIs TISCIONE ANITA TKAC J osIsPH TOMCHIK SUSAN TQTH ROSALIE TRAINOR ELIZABETH ToTH IN MEMORIAM The Class of '69 cannot for- get their former friend and classmate, Diane Masseroni. At the end of the junior year after a long illness, Diane died on June 17, 1968. She won a place in the hearts of all who knew her, and despite con- tinued ill health, held honor grades. She was a member of St. Raphael Parish. MARIETTA TRAPANI CC I give thanks to m Coal for JOSEPH UNGRADY KATHLEEN VARGA DONALD VASIL THOMAS VASIL VINCENT VITA MARGARET VOLZ Senior year is the year of decisions. Here guidance counselor Mr. Bruce White lzelps Donald Costantino select an appropriate college. , W, , all my memories 0 you . . . 99 -SainfPau1 BARBARA WARWICK KATHLEEN WARWICK DENISE WARYASZ . , ..x 1 A 2' . JEAN WASKOVICH ROBERT WATKIN KATHLEEN WERESKI CHARLES WHITE .,,,,,, ,, N, E FO R YEARS OF LASTING MEMQRIE DOLORES WIERZBICKI JOHN W1Lw0L "For it is a pleasure, too, to remember" do! ing independent research during Latin P0- etry class every Friday. Gathering informa- tion on their respective topics are: Joseph Ferry, Elizabeth Griggs, and Richard Miller. MICHAEL WINGET CAROL WOLF MARIAN WOOD LYNNE YAGER KATHLEEN YESTREBSKY 112 CULMINATE ON JUNE 6 AT GRADUATIUN CEREMONY ANTHONY ZAK J OSEPH ZAMPINI MARLENE ZOTTA "Nothing now is left but a majestic memory."-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. BARBARA ZRINSKY LORRAINE ZSOLWAY on -if' .-uni! tor 's alwa s "well su lied" with ever stationery item, S A Book S e 1 y pp y as well as with timely paperbacks and chic sports sweaters. FACULTY DIRECTORY RT. REV. MONSIGNOR MICHAEL P. MC- CORRISTIN, V.G., P.A.-Director SISTER M. JOHN JOSEPH, O.S.F.-Prin- cipal SISTER M. AGNES FRANCIS, O.S.F.- English, French, "Corristin" and "Talis- man" Adviser SISTER M. ALICE CECILIA, O.S.F.-Busi- ness SISTER M. ANN MICHELE, O.S.F.-Sci- ence MRS. MARY BELLI--A rt MR. FRANK BENCIVENGO-Science, Physical Education, J.V. Basketball and Football Coach REVEREND WILLIAM BOHNSACK-Re- ligion MR. RICHARD CARSON-Business, Fresh- man Football and Basketball Coach SISTER M. CATHERINE MICHAEL, O.S.F. -Science, Future Doctors' Club SISTER M. CECILIA AGNES, O.S.F.-Sci- ence, German SISTER M. CECILIA JOSEPH, O.S.F.- Mathematics, Math Club SISTER CHRISTINE MARIE, O.S.F.-Eng- lish MRS. DALE CHURNER-Mathematics MR. ROBERT COMPANICK-Science, Mathematics, Computer Club REVEREND WILLIAM DAILEY-Religion MR. THOMAS DEVITO-Physical Educa- tion, Driver Education SISTER M. ELEANOR FRANCIS, O.S.F.- Business, Business Club MISS LUCINE FABIAN-English SISTER M. FRANCIS CLARE, O.S.F.-Bus- iness, Book Store SISTER M. FRANCIS SERAPHICA, O.S.F. -Spanish MISS MARGARET FRENCH-English, Fu- ture Teachers' Club MRS. MARY FRUSCIONE-Art, Art Club SISTER M. GIOVANNI, O.S.F.-Assistant Librarian MR. HAROLD HARR-Mechanical Drawing MR. RUPERT HARTMANN-Biology, Bi- ology Club MR. JOHN HAYWARD-Choral MR. DOUGLAS HICE-Business, Basketball Coach SISTER M. JOHN HELENE, O.S.F.-Reli- gion, Student Council, Discipline MRS. MURIEL J OHNSON-Business SISTER M. KATHLEEN JOSEPH, O.S.F.- Mathematics, Lockers MR. GEORGE KOTCH-Economics MR. MICHAEL LETTIERE-English, Key Club MISS MARY ANN LIPTAK-French, Red Cross MR. MICHAEL LUCIANO-English, For- ensics Moderator MRS. PAULINE MAINS-Physical Educa- tion, G.A.A. Activities, Drill Team MISS ARLEEN MARCHISELLI-Business SISTER MARIE REGINA, O.S.F.-Latin, Studies SISTER MARY MARTHA, O.S.F.-Religion REVEREND JAMES J. MCGOVERN-Reli- gzon MRS. ELLEN MCGRATH-School Nurse SISTER MIRIAM GRACE, O.S.F.-Religion, Mathematics, National Honor Society SISTER MIRIAM WANDA, O.S.F.-Reli- gion, Missions MISS MARY ANN NADOLNY-Spanish, Social Studies, Cabrini Club MR. ANTHONY NITTI-Physical Educa- tion, Football Coach SISTER MARY NOELLE, O.S.F.-English, "Antonian" Adviser SISTER MARY NORBERT, O.S.F.-Re- ligion, Third Order Adviser SISTER PAULINE MARIE, O.S.F.-Mathe- matics, Guidance MR. JEROME REEBER-English, Science, Dramatics MR. ROBERT RISTOW-Social Studies, Religion MRS. KATHLEEN RUDOLPH-Latin, For- ensics MR. PASQUALE SALERNO-Band MR. ANTHONY SARLO-English MRS. JOSEPH SCHNORBUS-Librarian MR. JOSEPH SCHWENDT-Business, Driver Education, Cooperative Work Program MISS CAROL STRUMSKI-Physical Educa- tion, G.A.A. Activities MRS. LAURETTE TRACCHI-Home Eco- nomics MR. PETER TRAYERS-Social Studies SISTER MARY VENTURA, O.S.F.-Sci- ence, Radio Club MISS THERESA VOORHEES-Mathe- matics, Science ' MR. JOHN WAGNER-Social Studies, As- sistant Soccer Coach, Baseball Coach MR. BRUCE WHITE-Social Studies, Guid- ance, Cross-Country, Track Coach MRS. MARY WNUK-Social Studies MRS. RICHARD CARSON-Secretary MRS. BETTY MENICHELLI--Custodian MR. THOMAS MORGAN-Custodian MRS. ANNA RYAN-Secretary MRS. AGNES THIBIDEAU-Secretary SENIOR DIRECTORY ANN VICTORIA ADONIZIO, 32 Soloff Dr., St. Raphael. DONALD JOHN ALTOBELLI, 199 Taft Ave., St. Raphael-Biology Club 2. MARTHA ANNE ANDAHAZY, 18 Rudner Ave., St. Anthony-Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4. ELAINE MARY ANDERSON, 1451 S. Olden Ave., St. Anthony-Student Council Secretary 4, Choral Club 2, Future Secretaries' Club 3, 4, Cheer Leader 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society Treasurer 4, Third Order Secretary 3, Prefect 4. BARBARA JEAN APGAR, 74 Kearney Ave., St. Anthony-Choral Club 3, Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4, Future Teach- ers' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 2, 3, 4. ROBERT RAYMOND ARCHER, 36 Amsterdam Rd., St. Raphael-Radio Club 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4. ANTHONY MICHAEL ARMENTI, 414 Bert Ave., Immaculate Conception- Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, "Iron Mike" Mascot 4. DENISE VERONICA BAKTER, 2096 Liberty St., St. Anthony-G.A.A. 4, Library Aide 2. ELLEN JOAN BARABAS, 39 Highland Ave., St. Raphael-G.A.A. 2. DOMINIC CARL BATTISTI, 29 Ed- mund St., St. Anthony-Homeroom Representative 4, Biology Club 2. FRED JOSEPH BATTISTI, 29 Edmund St., St. Anthony-Biology Club 2, Na- tional Honor Society 4. CHRISTINE MARIE BECKER, 25 An- nabelle Ave., Holy Angels-Dramatics 4, Red Cross Club 4. JOHN FRANCIS BELZNER, 2627 S. Clinton Ave., Holy Angels-Key Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. LUCILLE MARION BENNETT, 12 Bruno Cr., Immaculate Conception- "Antonian" Staff 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Red Cross Club 3, Vice-President 4, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Club 4, Art Club 4. KAREN LYNN BLACKWELL, 433 Adeline St., Immaculate Conception- Volleyball 1, 2, Cheer Leader 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT GEORGE BOGDAN, 1561 Hamilton Ave., St. Anthony-"Anton- ian" Staff' 3, Choral Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 4, Track 1, 4. JANICE BOHN, 143 Howell St., Im- maculate Conception-Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GENEVIEVE MARIE BORGIA, 428 Ardmore Ave., St. Anthony-Dra- matics 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 3, Red Cross Club 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4, Modern Dance Club 3, 4. BARBARA ELIZABETH BORKOW- SKI, 2032 E. McGalliard Ave., St. Raphael-Red Cross Club 2, Vice- President 3, President 4, Future Nurses' Club 4, Third Order 2, 3, 4. JEFFREY PAUL BOURNE, 151 Joan Terrace, St. Anthony-Choral Club 4, Band 4, Baseball 4, Football 1. JOYCE ANN BRITTON, 162 Chapman Ave., St. Raphael-Band 1. ARTHUR EDWARD BROWN, JR., 56 Concord Dr., St. Philomena-Home- room Representative 1, 2, Choral Club 1, Red Cross Club 1, 4, President 2, 3, Third Order 3, 4, "Talisman" Staff 4. DIANE MARGARET BUCCHI, 65 Wert Ave., St. Anthony-Student Council Senior Advisor 4, San Hi Mission Pro- moter 3, Forensics 1, 2, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Future Secretaries' Club 4, Vol- leyball 3, 4, Cheer Leader 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4. JAMES FREDERICK BURCH, 1841 S. Clinton Ave., St. Anthony-Band 1, Radio Club 4. ANNE DENISE BURNS, 360 Bert Ave., St. Anthony-San Hi Mission Pro- moter 1, 2, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 3, Red Cross Club 2, 3,f4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4. MICHAEL PATRICK BURNS, 65 Mar- shall Ave., Holy Angels-Choral Club 1, Basketball 1, Track 1, Soccer 1, 2. EMANUEL MICHALE BUTERA, 673 Lafayette Ave., Holy Angels. PASQUALE THOMAS CALAIARO, 216 Rusling St., Immaculate Concep- tion-Student Council Vice-President 4, Homeroom Representative 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Cross-Coun- try 2, 4, Track 2, 4. DOMINIC ROCCO CAPRIA, 213 Julia Ave., Holy Angels-Choral Club 1, Basketball 1, Football 4, Soccer 2, Third Order 3, 4. DORIS MARIE CAREY, 102 Anderson St., Immaculate Conception-Red Cross Club 4, Future Nurses' Club 3, Treasurer 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ROCCO VICTOR CARSIA, 914 Kuser Rd., St. Anthony-Choral Club 2, 3, 4, Future Doctors' Club 3, Secretary 4. CYNTHIA J O-ANN CHELL, 930 Fair- mount Ave., St. Anthony-G.A.A. 2, 4. PATRICIA ANN CHIACCHIO, 14 Tindall Rd., St. Gregory the Great- Dramatics 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4, Modern Dance Club 3, 4, Drum Ma- jorette 4. LAURIE FRANCES CHIORELLO, 832 Fairmount Ave., St. Anthony-Dra- matics 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Future Teachers' Club 4, Future Nurses' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Color Guard 4, Modern Dance Club 3, 4, "Talisman" Staff 4. DIANNA GAIL CIPRIANI, 231 Gar- field Ave., St. Anthony-Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 3, Vice-President 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Art Club 4. NANCY PATRICIA CLARK, 95 Fal- mouth Rd., St. Raphael-Future Nurses' Club 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4. LINDA MAE COLEMAN, 444 S. Logan Ave., Gethsemane Baptist-G.A.A. 1, 3. DANIEL EDWARD COLLINS, 36 Charlotte Ave., St. Anthony. JOSEPH GERALD CONNOLLY, 117 Austin Ave., St. Anthony-"Anton- ian" Staff 1, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Track 4. DEBRA JEAN COOK, 315 Hobart Ave., St. Anthony. DONALD EDWARD 1061 Quinton Ave., St. Anthony- "Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club 4, Future Teach- ers' Club 2, 3, 4, Future Farmers' Club President 3, Art Club 4. MARIE JOANN CSOGI, 888 Park Ave., St. Anthony-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. CLAIRE ELIZABETH CULLEN, 430 Cleveland Ave., St. Anthony-Choral Club 2, Future Nurses' Club 3. JOAN MARIE CZEIZINGER, 336 La- fayette Ave., Holy Angels-G.A.A. 2, 4, Twirler 4. JOHN MICHAEL DA BRONZO, 211 Kent St., Immaculate Conception- Radio Club 4, Track 4. JANICE JACQUELINE DARGO, 507 Independence Ave., Holy Angels- "Corristin" Staff 4, Future Nurses' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Computer Club 4. COSTANTINO, 115 DIANE CARMELA DE CARA, 1627 Exton Ave., St. Raphael-Red Cross Club 2, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, Volleyball 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4. DENNIS JAMES DE GREGORY, 109 Finley Ave., St. Raphael-Class Presi- dent 2, Cross Country 1. BETHANN DELATE, 220 Ardmore Ave., St. Anthony. MARTHA ELIZABETH DIETRICH, 431 Lynwood Ave., St. Anthony-San Hi Mission Promoter 1, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Third Order 3, 4. BARBARA ANNE DI EUGENIO, 27 Marshall Ave., Holy Angels-Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES THOMAS DILLON, 404 Cleve- land Ave., St. Anthony. JOANN MARIA DI PASQUALE, 11 Benson Lane, St. Raphael-G.A.A. 2, 4. KAREN ELIZABETH DIXON, 332 Cleveland Ave., St. Anthony-San Hi Mission Promoter 3, Softball 1, 2, Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH FRANCIS DOMBOSKI, 152 Phillips Ave., St. Raphael-Forensics 1, 2, Dramatics 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. JOSEPH DENNIS DORNER, 856 S. Olden Ave., St. Anthony-Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4. CAROL ANN DURON, 622 Anderson St., Immaculate Conception-Home room Representative 3, San Hi Mission Promoter 2, Future Teachers' Club 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. ROBERT LOUIS ECKSTEIN, 1604 ' Hamilton Ave., St. Anthony-Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Computer Club 4. MARY ANN EDWARDS, 16 Dresden Ave., Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 3, "Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Basketball 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY MARY FALCONIO, 1027 Park Ave., St. Anthony-Dramatics 1, Fu- ture Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, President 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD ANTHONY FARLEY, 1105 Dayton St., Immaculate Conception- San Hi Mission Club 4. ANNE MARIE FEEHAN, 211 Beal St., St. Anthony-Choral Club 2, Future Nurses' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, Third Order 3, 4. JOSEPH EDWARD FERRY, 4 Alpha Road, St. Raphael-Biology Club 2, Future Doctors' Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET MARY FERRY, 711 Old- en Ave., St. Anthony-Choral Club 3, G.A.A. 3. JANICE CATHERINE FIORAVANTI, 27 Middleton Drive, St. Raphael--"Am tonian" Staff 3, "Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Band 1, Softball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 116 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Computer Club 4, Future Nurses' Club 3, Vice-President 4. GAIL ANNE FLYNN, 274 Lynwood Ave., St. Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 4, Future Secretaries' Club 4. MARTIN JAMES FLYNN, 32 Copper- field Drive, St. Raphael-Key Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. NORA BRIDGET FOLEY, 229 Garfield Ave., St. Anthony. ROBERT FORRESTER, 43 Elton Ave., St. Raphael. DIANE JANICE FOX, 1720 W. McGal- liard Ave., St. Raphael-Homeroom Representative 2, Choral Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, Volleyball 1, 2, Cheer Leader 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK JOHN FRANCIONE, 20 Exeter Drive, Holy Angels. KAREN MARIE FRASCELLA, 6 Lor- raine Drive, St. Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 2, Choral Club 2, Basketball 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Color Guard, Cap- tain 4, Drill Team, President 3, Major- ette 1, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4. JOHN THOMAS GATTI, 112 Lake Ave., Holy Angels. CAROLYN GAUGES, 26 Bolton Rd., St. Raphael-Choral Club 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ' DOMINIC MICHAEL GERVASIO, 1396 Kuser Rd., St. Raphael-Football 1, 2, 4. CHRISTOPHER ROBERT COLA, 6 Pierce Ave., St. J ames- Radio Club 4. LEO DOUGLAS GRAY, 231 Joan Ter- race, St. Anthony-Class President 1, Homeroom Representative 1, "Anton- ian" Staff 3, Football 1, Cross-Country 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 4, Soccer 4. MARY ANN GIOVANNINI, 105 Atkins Ave., St. Anthony-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Third Order 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, Bowling 2, "Talisman" Staff 4. ELIZABETH JANE GRIGGS, 161 Clar- endon Ave., St. Vincent de Paul-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. ROBYN MARIE GROCOTT, 261 S. Olden Ave., St. Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 2, Choral Club 2, 3, Third Order 3, G.A.A. 2, Drill Team 3, 4. RICHARD CARL GROTH, 1120 Ade- line St., Holy Angels-Band 1. MARK STEPHEN GULBINSKY, 51 Mae Dr., St. Raphael-Basketball 3, Track 1. FAITH PATRICIA GURLAND, 10 Bonnie Rae Dr., St. Raphael-Choral Club 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, Cheer- leader 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team GIAN- 3. ELLIOT EDWARD HANCARIK, 230 Irvington Place, Holy Angels-Track 4. KEVIN PATRICK HARDIMAN, 48 Scattergood Ave., St. Anthony-Key Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH LYNN HEIM, 654 McClel- lan Ave., Holy Angels-Future Nurses' Club 3. FREDERICK OLIVER HENDRICKS, 53 Wesley Ave., St. Anthony-San Hi Mission Promoter 3, Basketball 1, Foot- ball 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN ANNE HOFMANN, 19 Klein Ave., St. Anthony-Red Cross Club 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 4. STEVEN CARL HORVATH, 105 Hart- ley Ave., St. Anthony. THERESE ELLEN HUDIK, 329 Ed- ward Ave., Holy Angels-Choral Club 3, G.A.A. 1, 2. ROBERT CLAYTON HUGHES, 246 Maddock Ave., St. Raphael-Biology Club 2, Radio Club 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Track 1. JOSEPH JABLONSKI, 427 Johnston Ave., St. Anthony--Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, "Talis- man" Staff 4, "Corristin" Staff 3, 4. KATHLEEN MARIE J ABLONSKI, 115 Phillips Ave., St. Raphael-Choral Club 3, G.A.A. 1, 2. STANLEY JOHN JANUSZ, 17 Unwin Dr., St. Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 2, Page Editor 3, Co-Editor 4, Forensics 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Band 1, 2, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Dramatics 4. JEFFREY LAWRENCE JONES, 23 Middleton Dr., St. Raphael-Radio Club 4, Track 4, Soccer 3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH JONES, 1221 Genesee St., Holy Angels-Future Sec- retaries' Club 4, Volleyball 1, 2. JAMES DONALD JOYCE, 16 Hemp- stead Rd., St. Raphael-Homeroom Representative 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Biology Club 2. RUTHANN MARY KAMIN, 27 Valley View Rd., St. Raphael-San Hi Mis- sion Promoter 2, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Drill Team 3. CHRISTINE ANN KASIAN, 1215 Wil- liam St., Holy Angels-Future Teach- ers' Club 3, President 4, Third Order 3, Vice-Prefect 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES FRANCIS KASPER, 848 S. Old- en Ave., St. Anthony. KATHLEEN ANN KELLY, 130 S. Wal- ter Ave., St. Anthony-San Hi Mission Promoter 1, 2, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2. PATRICIA MARIE KENNEY, 811 Re- vere Ave., St. Anthony-Biology Club 2, Future Secretaries' Club 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club 3, 4, Third Order 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2. WILLIAM THOMAS KENNEY, 811 Revere Ave., St. Anthony-Radio Club 4, Basketball 1, 4, Baseball 4. JOHN ADALBERT KERNAST, 1005 Chestnut Ave., Immaculate Concep- tion-Chess Club 2, 3, Math Club 3. JOHN THOMAS KING, 565 Centennial Ave., St. Anthony. ROBERT EDWARD KINSLEY, 161 Lakeside Blvd., St. Raphael-Band 1, 2, Track 1, 4. KATHLEEN ANNE KIRBY, 1525 Eliz- abeth Ave., St. Anthony-San Hi Mis- sion Promoter 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN EDWARD KNIGHT, 550 Schiller Ave., Holy Angels-Biology Club 2, Radio Club 4. JOHN MARK KOVAC, 36 Dailey Dr., St. Raphael-Chemistry Club 3, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4,Football 1, 2, 3, 4. JOANN MARIE KRAML, 53 Florence St., Holy Angels-Choral Club 2, Fu- ture Teachers' Club 4, Future Nurses' Club 3, Third Order 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. THOMAS JOSEPH KRISAK, 957 Lalor St., Holy Angels-Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 2, Biology Club 2, Red Cross Club 2, 3. MARY ADELE KRUEGER, 2645 Lib- erty St., St. Anthony-Choral Club 1, 2, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, Volley- ball 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 3, Color Guard 4. GERALDINE LOIS KUCINSKI, 1061 Melrose Ave., Holy Cross-Choral Club 1, 2, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, Third Order 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JEAN LANE, 9 Appleton Dr., St. Raphael-Choral Club 2, Red Cross 1, 4, President 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Secretaries' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Soci- ety 4. JAMES VINCENT LANZONI, 18 Anita Way, St. Raphael-Track 1. EDWARD JOSEPH LAPA, 332 Colonial Ave., Holy Angels. JAMES WILLIAM LARAMEE, 74 Cy- press Lane, St. ,Anthony-Homeroom Representative 3, "Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chess Club 1, 2. MICHAEL JOHN LARKIN, 131 Route 156, St. Vincent de Paul-Homeroom Representative 1, Red Cross Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Track 1, 2, 4. RICHARD JOSEPH LARKIN, RR2 Yardville Branch, St. Raphael-Foot- ball 1,Track 1, 2. KEITH LAWRENCE LEILI, 9 Wedge Dr., Holy Angels-Choral Club 2, Cross Country 3. BERNARD JOSEPH MCCLAIN, 127 Fernwood Ave., St. Raphael-Home- room Representative 2. DAVID THOMAS MCDONALD, 19 Marcia Dr., St. Raphael-Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. VICTORIA MARY MCGLONE, 13 Tek- ening Way, St. Gregory the Great- "Antonian" Staff 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4. MARY ANN MCINTYRE, 1033 Green- wood Ave., St. Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 2, 3, Dramatics 1, Choral Club 1, 2, 3. SEAN MICHAEL MCLERNON, 907 Norway Ave., St. Anthony-Home- room Representative 4, Football 1, 3, Track 1. DAVID JOHN MEARA, 13 Bearbranch Rd., St. Anthony-Future Doctors' Club 3, 4. RUDY MATTHEW MARGIOTTI, 224 Emanuel St., Holy Angels-Forensics 1, Biology Club 2, Chess Club 1, 2, Football 1, 3, 4, Computer Club 4. JACOB CHARLES MARINI, 359 Mor- ris Ave., Immaculate Conception- "Antonian" Editor-in-Chief 3, 4, Bas- ketball 1. SUSAN MAURA MATTIS, 104 Tuttle Ave., St. Anthony-Homeroom Repre- sentative 1, Choral Club 1,Cheer Lead- ers 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. PETER ANTHONY MATTONELLI, 315 Irvington Place, Holy Angels- "Antonian" Staff 3, Sports Editor 4, Choral Club 4, Baseball 3, 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH MENNEL, 1033 Fairmount Ave., St. Anthony-Biology Club 2, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 3. WILLIAM JAMES MERRITT, 100 Winding Day, St. Raphael-San Hi Mission Promoter 2, 4, Forensics 1, 2. MARILYN MARIE MEZEI, 412 Ash- more Ave., Immaculate Conception- "Antonian" Staff Advertising Manager 3, 4, Cheer Leaders 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, National Honor Society 4. ARTHUR JOHN MICHON, 704 Pacific Ave., St. Anthony-"Corristin" Staff 3, Sports Editor 4, Cross-Country 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Computer Club 4. PATRICIA LYNN MIDURA, 130 Beal St., St. Anthony-Dramatics 3, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Third Order 3, Treasurer 4. MARYANN THERESA MIHALOW, 11 Weymouth Dr., St. Raphael-Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. STEPHEN MICHAEL MIHALOW, 158 Julia Ave., Holy Angels. MARYELLEN CHRISTINE MILLER, 456 S. Olden Ave., St. Anthony-Dra- matics, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Fu- ture Teachers' Club 3, 4. HUGO LEONARDI, 1464 Cedar La., St. Anthony-Choral Club 1, Football 1, Track 1, 2. KATHLEEN MARIE LEONE, 1001 Park Ave., St. Anthony-Choral Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. JOHN FRANCIS LETTIERE, 21 Lake Ave., St. J oachim-Student Council President 4, Homeroom Representative 3, Choral Club 4, Red Cross Club 1, 2, National Honor Society 4, Computer Club 4. MICHAEL EDWARD LEVANDOW- SKI, 158 Churchill Ave., St. Raphael- Class Vice-President 4, Homeroom Representative 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Future Doctors' Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2. VICTOR JOHN LIBERATORE, 322 S. Cook Ave., St. Anthony-Choral Club 1, 2, Radio Club 4, Track 1, 2. VINCENT ANTHONY LIGATO, 1271 Hamilton Ave., St. Anthony-Forensics 2, 3, 4, Future Doctors' Club 3, Presi- dent 4, Chess Club 2, Basketball l, 2, Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, 4, National Honor Society President 4. GARY FRANCIS LISNAK, 17 Kearney Ave., St. Anthony-Chess Club 1, 2. KEVIN JOSEPH LOGUE, 34 Magnolia La., St. Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 4, "Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Choral Club 4, Football 1. JANIS LUFT, 37 Florall Ave., St. An- thony-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Biology Club 2, National Honor Society 4, Soft- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 3. GERALDINE MARIE LUTZ, 418 Cuy- ler Ave., St. Anthony-Red Cross Club 3, 4, Future Secretaries' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN MARK LYDEN, 1307 S. Broad St., Holy Angels. STEPHEN JOSEPH MADLEY, 48 Bar- bara Dr., St. Anthony-Dramatics 1, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, Radio Club Presi- dent 4, Art Club 4, Third Order 3. SARA ANN MAINS, 84 Brook La., St. Anthony-Softball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD ANDREW MALLOY, 38 Adeline St., Immaculate Conception- Choral Club 1. ANNE LOUISE MALONEY, 50 Pierce Ave., St. Anthony-Forensics 1, 2, Dramatics 3, 4, Choral Club 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club 2, 3, Third Order 2, 3, 4. SUSAN MARIE MANTEL, 605 John- ston Ave., St. Anthony-Band 3, 4. DONNA MARIE MAZZAGETTI, 124 Swan St., Immaculate Conception-San Hi Mission Promoter 3, Choral Club 3, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, Volleyball 1, Cheer Leaders 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ALBERT ELISHA MCABEE, 104 Phil- lips Ave., St. Raphael-Dramatics 1, 2, Choral Club 1, 2, 3. - 117 RICHARD BRYAN MILLER, 41 Mar- shall Ave., Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, President 4, Dramatics 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 4, Presi- dent 3. JANET MARIA MIZOPALKO, 653 S. Olden Ave., St. Anthony-Choral Club 1, Red Cross Club 3, G.A.A. 2. WILLIAM MICHAEL MODICA, 841 William St., Holy Angels-Radio Club 4. KATHLEEN LORETTA MONTI, 1160 Franklin St., Holy Angels. NATALIE MARIE MORLANDO, 738 Greenwood Ave., Immaculate Concep- tion-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Volleyball 1, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. VICTOR MOTTOLA, 940 S. Olden Ave., St. Anthony-Chess Club 4, Football 1, Cross Country 2, Track 2, 3, 4. CHARLES JOHN MULLEN, 1116 Park Ave., St. Anthony-Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 3, 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, President 4. RITA MARIE MURRAY, 317 S. Cook Ave., St. Anthony-Choral Club 4, Fu- ture Nurses' Club 3, 4. DENNIS JOHN MYERS, 15 Village Dr., St. Vincent De Paul-San Hi Mission Promoter 1, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 3, 4. JOAN MARIE NEWELL, 18 Ellwood St., St. Anthony-Homeroom Repre- sentative 3, Choral Club 1, 2, Future Secretaries' Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. BERNADETTE MARY NEWMAN, 30 Benson La., St. Raphael-Choral Club 1, 2, Red Cross Club 1, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. ANNABELLE ELIZABETH OBER- DING, 854 Melrose Ave., St. Anthony -Choral Club 1, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2. MARQUERITE ANN O'GORMAN, 357 Columbus Ave., Immaculate Concep- tion-Red Cross Club 1, 2. BARBARA MARY OLEXOVITCH, 16 Lily St., Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 4, Future Secretaries' Club 4. NANCY ANN OPALSKI, 348 Lafayette Ave., Holy Angels-Homeroom Repre- sentative 4, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, Basketball 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 2. CATHY AGNES ORESIK, 1782 Green- wood Ave., St. Anthony-Basketball 3, Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4. - MARY ANNE OTTO, 40 Brook La., St. Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 3, Future Teachers' Club 3. FRANK DENNIS PAPARELLA, 1052 Franklin St., Holy Angels-Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3. EDMUND BRIAN PAPP, 166 S. Cook Ave., Immaculate Conception-San Hi Mission Promoter 3, 4, Forensics 1 , Bi- ology Club 2, Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Art Club 4, Third Order 3, 4. 118 JOSEPH JOHN PAPP, 24 Colonial Ave., St. Raphael-Radio Club 4, Cross- Country 1, Track 1, 2, 4. GAILE ELIZABETH PASSERELLA, 59 Lafayette Ave., Holy Angels- G.A.A. 2. JOSEPH ERNEST PECHT, 420 S. Cook Ave., Immaculate Conception-"Con ristin" Staff 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Bi- ology Club Vice-President 2, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, National Honor Society 4, "Talisman" Staff 4. DIANA FRANCES PELLITIERE, 297 S. Logan Ave., St. Anthony-San Hi Mission Promoter 1, "Antonian" Staff 4, Red Cross Club 3, Secretary 4, Fu- ture Secretaries' Club 4, G.A.A. 3. VINCENT DONALD PERONI, 14 Cole- ridge Ave., St. Raphael-Cross-Coun- try 2, 3. FRANK THOMAS PERROTTA, 620 McClellan Ave., Holy Angels-Biology Club 2, Baseball 3, 4. CHRISTINE FRANCES PERRY, 42 Kenwood Terrace, St. Raphael-"An- tonian" Staff 4, San Hi Mission Pro- moter 1, 2, Dramatics 3, Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 1. THOMAS ROBERT PESTA, 52 Reeger Ave., Holy Angels-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Choral Club 4, Biology Club 2, Computer Club 4. BARBARA MARY PETERS, 576 Em- mett Ave., St. Anthony-Red Cross Club 2, 3, Future Nurses' Club 2, Vol- leyball 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. IRENE LOUISE PICA, 36 Hansen Ave., St. Raphael-Cheer Leader 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. FRANK MARTIN PICCOLELLA, 2023 E. McGalliard Ave., St. Raphael- Homeroom Representative 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1. MICHAEL JOSEPH PIERSON, l003' Igark Ave., St. Anthony-Forensics ,4. JOHN HOWARD PIETRAS, 7 Soloff Dr., St. Raphael-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, "Talisman" Staff 4. DANIEL PINTO, 12 Copperfield Dr., St. Raphael-Radio Club 4. JUDITH ELLEN PITCHERELLO, 10 Rudner Ave., St. Anthony-Dramatics l, Choral Club 2, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 4. KURT FRANCIS PIZZULLO, 179 Chapman Ave., St. Raphael-Band 3, Radio Club 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 3. GEORGENA EVALIN POP, 379 Gropp Ave., St. Santislaus-Homeroom Rep- resentative 2, "Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Choral Club 1, Future Teachers' Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety 4. JOHN MICHAEL POTAPA, 742 White Horse-Hamilton Square Rd., St. Raph- ael-Band 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety 4. RAMONA PRATICO, 6 Martha Dr., St. Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 1, Choral Club 1, 2. FRANK THOMAS PROBASCO, 213 Furman St., Immaculate Conception- Forensics 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, Chess Club 1. MARY AGNES QUIGLEY, 73 New Cedar La., Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 2, Page Editor 3, 4, San Hi Mis- sion Promoter 3, Forensics 2, 3, 4, Fu- ture Nurses' Club 1. DONNA VICTORIA RAGO, 429 E. Franklin St., St. Anthony-Homeroom Representative 3, Choral Club 2, 3, Fu- ture Teachers' Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. TIMOTHY FRANCIS RANDOW, 814 S. Olden Ave., St. Anthony-Basket- ball l, 4, Baseball 4. JOHN DENNIS READING, 308 S. Old- en Ave., St. Anthony-San Hi Mission Promoter 2, Choral Club 1, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Radio Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2. KATHLEEN MARY RETTE, 42 Klein Ave., St. Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 2, 3, "Corristin" Staff 3, Assistant Edi- tor 4, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club 4, Treasurer 3, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4. MARGARET HOPE RICHTER, 223 Julia Ave., Holy Angels. MARIANNE BRIDGET ROBB, 128 Austin Ave., St. Anthony-Dramatics 2, Band 1, 2. CYNTHIA ANN RODEAWALD, 413 Ardmore Ave., St. Anthony. CHRISTINE GRACE RODGERS, 1801 S. Clinton Ave., Holy Angels-Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4. JEANNE MARIE ROMANO, 316 E. Franklin St., St. Anthony-San Hi Mis- sion Promoter 4, Choral Club 2, 3, Fu- ture Secretaries' Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Third Order 3, 4. ROBERT KEITH ROMERO, 619 S. Olden Ave., St. Anthony-Band 3. GARY EDWARD ROSE, 89 Ruskin Ave., St. Raphael. MARC ANTHONY RUGARBER, 38 Ashmore Ave., Immaculate Conception -Choral Club 1, Radio Club 4. JAMES PETER RURA, 26 Valley View Rd., St. Raphael-Chemistry Club 3. JOHN JOSEPH RUSSO, 222 Virginia Ave., Holy Angels-Radio Club 4. PETER JOHN SAN PAOLO, 29 Barbara Dr., St. Joachim-Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Cross Country 1, Track 1, 2, Soccer 2. MARY ELIZABETH SAWYER, 11 Beaumont Rd., St. Raphael--Volley- ball 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ALFRED JOHN SCACCETTI, 759 Chambers St., Immaculate Conception -Homeroom Representative 1, Choral Club 4, Third Order 3, 4. JOHN NICHOLAS SCHAEFFER, 470 Miller Ave., St. Anthony-Football 1, 3, 4. NANCY JANE SCHAEFFER, 462 Mil- ler Ave., St. Anthony-Choral Club 4, Future Teachers' Club 4. PATRICIA ANN SCHUMACHER, 349 Schiller Ave., Holy Angels-"Anton- ian" Staff 4, Future Secretaries' Club 4. ROBERT THOMAS SHEARER, 20 Old- en Terrace, St. Raphael-Biology Club 2, Radio Club 4, Track 1. GALE KATHERINE SHERRY, 1738 Orchard Ave., St. Raphael-Choral Club 4, G.A.A. 4. JOAN SIKUCINSKI, 633 White Horse- Hamilton Square Rd., St. Raphael- San Hi Mission Promoter 2, Red Cross Club 1. MARK JOHN SMITH, 416 Woodland St., Immaculate Conception-Football 1, Cross-Country 4, Track 2, 3, 4. MARIANNA ARLENE SPERRAZZA, 109 Partridge Ave., St. Anthony- Choral Club 3, Red Cross Club 3, Third Order 3, 4. CAROL ANN STANZIALE, 415 W. Park Ave., Holy Angels-Homeroom Representative 4, Basketball 1, Cheer Leaders 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Future Secretaries' Club 4. ROBERT VINCENT STEPHAN, 619 Chambers St., Immaculate Conception -Key Club 2, Biology Club 3, Basket- ball 1, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2. EILEEN MARY SUYDAM, 756 Quin- ton Ave., St. Anthony--San Hi Mission Promoter 1, Band 1, Biology Club 2, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. EDWARD FRANCIS SZBANZ, 614 Johnston Ave., St. Anthony-Home- room Representative 2, Future Doctors' Club 3, 4, Basketball 1. MICHAEL EDWARD SZUL, 97 Bor- dentown Rd., St. Raphael. WILLIAM JAMES TAMS, Bordentown- Chesterfield Rd., Holy Angels-"Con ristin" Staff 3, Editor 4, l'Talisman" Staff 4. ROBERT GEORGE TATTORY, 33 Winding Way, St. Raphael-Home- room Representative 2, San Hi Mission Promoter 1, Biology Club 2, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 2, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. JO ANN MARIE TEDDER, 50 Bis- marck Ave., St. Anthony-Choral Club 3, Future Secretaries' Club 4, G.A.A. 2. MARY TEMPESTA, 242 S. Olden Ave., St. Anthony-Bowling 2, G.A.A. 2. PATRICIA GAYLE TETTEMER, 423 William St., Holy Angels-Art Club 4. KENNETH WILLIAM THIEL, 2160 Greenwood Ave., St. Anthony-Biolo- gy Club 2, Radio Club 4, Third Order 3, 4, Track 1. ELIZABETH MARY THOMAS, 47 New Cedar Lane, Holy Angels. GRACE ANNE THOMAS, 31 Bromley Ave., St. Anthony-Forensics 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Chemistry Club 3, 4, Red Cross Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA DIANE TINDALL, 1931 Hamilton Ave., St. Anthony-G.A.A. 2. LOUIS BART TISCIONE, 255 Lake- side Blvd., St. Raphael-nAntonian" Staff Page Editor 3, Choral Club 4, Track 1, Computer Club 4. ANITA PATRICIA TKAC, 1977 Arena Drive, St. Raphael-Biology Club 2. JOSEPH JOHN TOMCHIK, 2009 S. Clinton Ave., Holy Angels-Choral Club 1, Radio Club 4. ELIZABETH ANN TOTH, 53 Liberty St., Holy Angels-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Third Order 3, 4. SUSAN CAROL TOTH, 115 Finley Ave., St. Raphael-Red Cross Club 1, Basketball 1, Softball 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2. ROSALIE REGINA TRAINOR, 824 Kuser Rd., St. Anthony-Homeroom Representative 2, San Hi Mission Pro- moter 1, Choral Club 2, Red Cross Club 1, Future Secretaries' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Modern Dance 3, 4. MARIETTA ANTOINETTE TRAPANI, 209 Wegner Ave., St. Anthony- G.A.A. 2, 3. JOSEPH MICHAEL UNGRADY, 31 Powell Place, St. Raphael-Future Doc- tors' Club 3, 4, Basketball 4, Track 4. KATHLEEN ROSE VARGA, 242 Emanuel St., Holy Angels-San Hi Mission Promoter 3, 4, Choral Club 2, Red Cross Club 2, G.A.A. 1. DONALD JOSEPH VASIL, 30 Soloff Dr., St. Raphael-Baseball 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2. THOMAS JOHN VASIL, 30 Soloff Dr., St. Raphael-Radio Club 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Track 1, 2, 3. VINCENT NICHOLAS VITA, 50 Cop- perfield Dr., St. Raphael-Dramatics Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Coun- try 1, Track 1. MARGARET MARY VOLZ, Edinburg Rd., Our Lady of Sorrows-Future Teachers' Club 3, G.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 4. BARBARA MAY WARWICK, 226 Cuy- ler Ave., St. Anthony-Student Coun- cil Treasurer 4, Dramatics 1, Volley- ball 1, 2, 4, Cheer Leader 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN JANE WARWICK, 226 Cuyler Ave., St. Anthony-Dramatics 1, 4, Choral Club 4, Future Teachers' Club 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer Leader 1, 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Computer Club 4, "Talisman" Staff 4. DENISE ANNE WARYASZ, 12 White Stag Dr., Holy Cross-Forensics 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 1, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Softball 1. JEAN THERESA WASKOVICH, 26 Perry Ave., St. Anthony-Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4,G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT JOSEPH WATKIN, 1613 Mc- Galliard Ave., St. Raphael-Choral Club 4, Key Club 3, 4, Cross-Country 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Computer Club 4. KATHLEEN HELEN WERESKI, 211 Barricklo St., Holy Cross-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. 2. CHARLES GERALD WHITE, 703 Arena Dr., Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Choral Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4, Future Doctors' Club 4, "Talisman" Staff 4. DOLORES RITA WIERZBICKI, 28 Un- win Dr., St. Raphael-Volleyball 1, Cheer Leader 1,G.A.A. 1, 2. JOHN PETER WILWOL, 122 Finley Ave., St. Raphael-Class President 3, Band 1, Key Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Cross-Country 1, 2, Track 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4. MICHAEL MARK WINGET, 409 Ard- more Ave., St. Anthony-Radio Club 4, Basketball 1, 2, Cross Country 1, 2, Track 1, 2. CAROL LEE WOLF, 20 Winding Way, St. Raphael-San Hi Mission Promoter 2, Choral Club 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4, G.A.A. 4. MARIAN CLAIRE WOOD, 1068 Frank- lin St., Holy Angels-Color Guard 4. LYNNE SUZANN YAGER, 28 Conrad St., Immaculate Conception-Future Teachers' Club 4, Future Nurses' Club 4. KATHLEEN ANN YESTREBSKY, 135 Marshall Ave., St. Anthony-G.A.A. 2. ANTHONY JOSEPH ZAK, 549 Emory Ave., Immaculate Conception-Radio Club 4, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, 4, Track 1, Baseball 3. JOSEPH AMEDEO ZAMPINI, 800 White Horse-Hamilton Square Rd., St. Raphael-Class President 4, Home- room Representative 1, 3, Choral Club 4, Band 1, Key Club 2, 3, President 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. MARLENE BERNADETTE ZOTTA, 211 Division St., Immaculate Concep- tion-Dramatics 1, G.A.A. 2. BARBARA MARIE ZRINSKY, 131 Lil- lian Ave., Holy Angels-Homeroom Representative 4, Future Secretaries' Club 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. LORRAINE JOAN ZSOLWAY, 375 Sharps Lane, St. Raphael. 119 N DELUXE PATRONS MR. AND MRS. FRANK BUTERA 673 La Fayette Ave. MR. AND MRS. DOMINIC CAPRIA AND FAMILY 213 Julia Ave. MR. AND MRS. NICHOLAS CARSIA 914 Kuser Road MR. ROBERT W. COOK 315 Hobart Ave. AUGUST M. DIETRICH, JR. 43 1 Lynwood Ave. MR. AND MRS. JAMES DILLON 404 Cleveland Ave. MR. AND MRS. JAMES FLYNN MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM FOLEY 229 Garfield Ave. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL A. FRUSCIONE 11 1 1 Princeton Ave. MR. AND MRS. RICHARD GROTH I 120 Adeline St. MR. AND MRS. FRANK HUDIK 329 Edward Ave. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION JUNIOR HOLY NAME SOCIETY HOLY NAME SOCIETY MR. AND MRS. DONALD JONES, SR. 1221 Genesee St. MR. AND MRS. PATRICK JOYCE AND FAMILY 16 Hempstead Road KATHY, JOAN AND JOHN BLANCHE TO DEBBIE MR. AND MRS. JOHN S. KELLY 130 S. Walter Ave. MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY J. KRISAK 957 Lalor St. MR. AND MRS. OZZIE KRUEGER 2645 Liberty St. MR. AND MRS. EDWARD LAPA 332 Colonial Ave. MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE LEILI 9 Wedge Drive MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH R. LOGUE 34 Magnolia Lane MR. AND MRS. JOHN MEZEI 412 Ashmore Ave. MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL PELLITIERE 297 S. Logan Ave. MR. AND MRS. HARRY J. RICHTER, JR. 2215 Julia Ave. MR. AND MRS. EDWARD B. RODGERS 1801 S. Clinton Ave. MR. AND MRS. NICHOLAS SCHAEFFER 462 Miller Ave. MR. AND MRS. R. B. TISCIONE 255 Lakeside Blvd. MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH J. TOMCHIK 2009 S. Clinton Ave. MR. AND MRS. FRANK J. VOLZ Edinburg Rd., RR No. 1 SISTER ANN MICHELE AND SECTION 6B MRS. CHURNER AND SECTION 8B MISS VOORHEES AND SECTION 7C CONSTRUCTION AND GENERAL LABORERS UNION, LOCAL 172 604 Bordentown Road A. J. CUNNINGHAM AND SONS, INC. Contractors - Equipment Rental 2850 Brunswick Pike 8 82-6255 DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEE OF NEW JERSEY Robert J. Burkhart - Chairman 31-33 N. Willow St. A. S. GILBERT, INC. Road Building 8: Maintenance Equipment Box 338. Kingston, N.J. 924-1684 HARTMANN FUNERAL HOMES Trenton-Bordentown-Mercerville HUDSON RESTAURANT, INC. 419 Hudson St. 695-963 8 KREWSON OIL COMPANY 149 Oakland St. 394-5032 LARRY,S DELICATESSEN 876 White Horse Ave. 5 85-9221 MARIO,S DELICATESSEN 1400 S. Olden Ave. 5 86-6764 "Over 40 Varieties of Lunch Meats" ROYAL SERVICE STATION 41 1 N. Clinton Ave. 392-9667 A. ROBERT TINDALL REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 1931 Hamilton Ave. 587-9226 JOHN M. TOTH PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 72 Benson Ave. 5 8 6-3 701 Compliments of DEVLIN PHOTO STUDIO SPECIAL PATRONS - BUSINESS AGABITI BROS., INC. 125 Swan St. ABABITI'S COBBLER SHOPPE Independence Mall 888-3074 ROGER LEE, INC. Aluminum Discount House 946 Lower Ferry Road 8 82-4708 RAUTH PRINTING SERVICE, INC. 1278 E. State St. 599-9546 GEORGE,S BEVERAGES 522 Miller Ave. 5 8 6-65 5 6 BLUE RIDGE PLUMBING CO. Oil Burner Sales 81 Service Gas Heat 585-6990 BRENNA FUNERAL HOME 340 Hamilton Ave. 3 93-2857 BROAD ST. NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL SPORTING GOODS 923 N. Olden Ave. 392-4121 I DON CASELLA, Oil- Electric - Gas 231 Columbus Ave. 392-7531 CEDAR GARDEN RESTAURANT State Highway No. 33 5 87-15 1 1 CHAMBERS ST. AUTO WORKS 1926 Chambers St. 392-6519-396-8628 CUSTOM WASTE REMOVAL 8a CONTAINER SERVICE 5 Amsterdam Road 5 85-665 3 DELAWARE CONSTRUCTION 242 Hanover St. 393-1326-393-1057 DREAMLINE KITCHENS, INC. 1 131 Hamilton Ave. 695-7377 EASTERN INSULATED WIRE 3 92-3 1 4 1 DICK ENGEL Plumbing 8: Heating 629 Miller Ave., 586-5213 F OY'S DRUG STORE 3024 S. Broad St. ERNEST GIANCOLA - Asphalt 8z Concrete Work 6 Pierce Ave. 393-243 8 GRIFFITH ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO., INC. S. Broad 8: Second St. 695-6121 GROTTO RESTAURANT 18 Witherspoon St. Wa 4-4446 GUYS SL DOLLIES Independence Mall 8 8 8-4522 HOBART CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. 811 State Hwy. No. 33 587-1661 J. ALLEN HOOPER FUNERAL HOME Morrisville, Pa. 295-7725 KAPRI KITCHENS, INC. 3212 S. Broad St. 585-8150 LENOX INCORPORATED LEN'S SPEED SHOP 1865 E. State St. fRearj 586-9613-586-6051 LOU'S THRIFTWAY MARKET 163 8 S. Broad St. MANNING'S MOVING 8a STORAGE, INC. 32 Bank St. 695-7421 MODERN BOOKKEEPIN G SERVICE 5 8 7- 5 405 NALBONE TRUCKING CO. Rt. 33, Mercerville 587-3074 NATES INN 979 Lalor St. 392-8659 THE OLDEN PHARMACY Cards - Gifts - Jewelry 930 S. Olden Ave. 5 86-6661 PARK FLYING "AH SERVICE 1017 Hamilton Ave. 3 96-8417 PATTERSON CHEVROLET 1 170 Route 33 5 87-1 63 3 PENGUIN FROSTED FOODS CO. 303 N. Warren St. 394-1141 PRATICO JEWELERS 971 Lalor St. CRearJ 5 99-21 55 RADIANT LAMP CORPORATION Bank Street, Highstown 448-4000 ROYAL COACH DINER Route 206, Bordentown Rd. RUE DI LISA Independence Mall 8 8 8-4125 SELMON'S ATLANTIC STAT ION S. Olden 8z White Horse Ave. 5 85-9639 SMITH'S CITGO S. Olden 8z White Horse Ave. 585-9617 SPRUCE PRINTING CO. 530 Spruce St. 396-4591 SPRUCE WIG LINER 939 Brunswick Ave. 394-7877 STARR TRANSIT CO., INC. Starr Tours 5 87-0626 ALBERT N . THIEL, Monuments 2148 Greenwood Ave. 5 86-0450 TRENTON TRUST COMPANY 28 West State St. 396-4030 TRUMPOVICZ, ROOFING 8z SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR Washington Crossing - Pennington Road PE 7-1 1 18 VICTOR A. VALIUS Hamilton Shoe Repair 1449 Hamilton Ave. VILLA PARK PHARMACY 755 Hamilton Ave. 393-1345 ZOTTOIS TAVERN 1324 Hamilton Ave. 392-9440 SPECIAL PAT RONS - PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Adonizio 32 Soloff Drive Miss Patricia Arronenzi 550 Lawrenceville Road Mr. and Mrs. John Barabas 39 Highland Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber 1001 Park Ave. Mrs. Wm. J. Belzner 2627 S. Clinton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. D. Bourne 151 Joan Terrace The Boys from Liberty and Olden Mr. and Mrs. John Burns 360 Bert Ave. Joseph A. Cannon Seagirt, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carey 102 Anderson St. Spec.f4 Nicholas Carsia, Jr., ,65 Stuttgart, Germany Mrs. Doris Coleman 444 S. Logan Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Collins 36 Charlotte Ave. Wayne Cook 735 White Horse-Hamilton Square Road Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred S. Corey 456 S. Olden Ave. Mr. Dominic D'Ange1o 406 Ardmore Ave. Mr. Saverio D,Angelo 406 Ardmore Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dargo 507 Independence Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew DeFelice 896 Kuser Road Mr. and Mrs. J. Gregory Delate 81 Family 220 Ardmore Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony DiAntonio 97 Bromley Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Francis DiEugenio 27 Marshall Ave. Ted Dolci Bradf rd Ave. Theodore Dolci 48 Bradford Ave. Employees of Cedar Garden Restaurant State Highway No. 33 122 In Loving Memory of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Fechter Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Folmer 749 Hamilton Ave. The Forresters 43 Elton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Francione 20 Exeter Drive A Friend A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Giovannini 105 Atkins Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grover 379 Gropp Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gurland 10 Bonnie Rae Drive John W. Hardiman Family 48 Scattergood Ave. 'LThe Heartbreakersv 180 Leonard Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hortz 44 Falmouth Road Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Janusz 17 Unwin Drive The Kids at Bell 216 E. State St. Mr. and Mrs. James M. King 565 Centennial Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Kucinski 1061 Melrose Ave. Ladies of the Blessed Sacrament Immaculate Conception Church Mr. William Landerson Mr. and Mrs. John Lettiere 21 Lake Ave. Benjamin J. Light 902 Division St. The Charles Luft Family 37 Florall Ave. Susan and David Luft 37 Florall Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Mains 84 Brook Lane Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malloy 38 Adeline St. Mrs. Dorothy McAbee 104 Phillips Ave. Mr. and Mrs..Bernard J. McClain 127 Fernwood Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McDonough Tulsa, Oklahoma Kathleen McDonough Tulsa, Oklahoma Mrs. Rose McGrath 317 S. Cook Ave. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mennel 1033 Fairmount Ave. The Michon Family 704 Pacific Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mihalow 15 8 Julia Ave. Mona P.--Denny W.-- Ruthann K.-Kathy M. Mr. Joseph Mooney 204 Wert Ave. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mullen 1116 Park Ave. Mr. and Mrs. James Murray 317 S. Cook Ave. Walter David Neuls 373 Miller Ave. Mrs. R. Norcross 89 Ruskin Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Opalski 348 Lafayette Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Otto 40 Brook Lane The Parishioners and Priests of Holy Cross Church Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pesta 52 Reeger Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Peters 576 Emmett Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Rago 429 E. Franklin St. Joseph B. Rainear 2635 S. Broad St. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Robb 128 Austin Ave. Mr. John Russo 222 Virginia Ave. Mr. and Mrs. John Russo 222 Virginia Ave. Mr. Frank C. Schumacher 349 Schiller Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sikucinski 633 White Horse-Hamilton Square Road St. Anthonyas Troop No. 9 S. Olden Road Mr. and Mrs. James W. Tams Bordentown The George P. Toth Family 53 Liberty St. Joseph M. Ungrady 31 Powell Place Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wereski 211 Barricklo St. Compliments of John and Ed Wereski Mrs. Alice White 703 Arena Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Willever 314 Atlantic Ave. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Wilwol 122 Finley Ave. Fr. Giles Van Wormer, O. F. M. Conv. Union City, N. J. Miss Lynne Yager 28 Conrad St. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yager 28 Conrad St. FERRETTE'S SERVICE STATION E. State St. and Klockner Road 587-9802 FRANK'S CLEANERS 454 N. Clinton Ave. 394-5762 F RITZ'S AUTO BODY REPAIR 1405 Kuser Road 585-8770 J. G. General Contracting 219 Cleveland Ave. 392-2936 KARL GRIFFITH AND SON, INC., 29 Quincy Ave. 394-8507 HAMILTON SQUARE ESSO Route 33 and Hamilton Square Road HAMILTON TAPE CENTER 566 State Highway No. 33 5 86-501 1 HINKLE,S GARAGE Bordentown Road JACK HONONE'S BARBER SHOP Princeton 924-1326 J AND E BAR 499 Centre St. 392-9662 KNAPP'S BICYCLE SHOP 1172 E. State St. 695-0363 KNIT KIT 1341 S. Broad St. 695-1035 KRAMER'S BAKERY 665 Lamberton St. BOB LANG 1866 S. Broad St. 888-3000 LARRY,S BAR 1849 S. Clinton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Zak 549 Emory Ave. Anthony Zak 549 Emory Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zrinsky 131 Lillian Ave. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Zsolway 375 Sharps Lane Sister Cecilia Joseph and Section lA Mr. Wagner and Section 6A Mr. Luciano and Section 7A Miss Marchiselli and Section 1B Mrs. Johnson and Section 2B Mr. Companick and Section 3B Sister Eleanor Francis and Section 4B Mr. Carson and Section 5B Mrs. Rudolph and Section 7B Mr. Lettiere and Section 1C Sister Christine Marie and Section 2C Miss Fabian and Section 3C Mr. Trayers and Section 4C Miss Liptak and Section 6C Mr. Reeber and Section 8C Sister Norbert and Section 9C Miss French and Section 1D Sister Francis Seraphica and Section 2D Sister Miriam Grace and Section 4D Mrs. Wnuk and Section 5D Sister Kathleen Joseph and Section 7D Sister Miriam Wanda and Section 9D BUSINESS PATRONS LAWN DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH CO. 56 Benson Ave. 586-6334 H. LIEDTKA FUEL CO. 1036 S. Olden Ave. 586-6666 LOCAL 3355 U. S. A. 11 16-18 Nottingham Way JU 7-2925 LOU'S THRIFTWAY SUPERMARKET 4324 S. Broad St. 585-5862 MAGUIRE-BURKE AGENCY, INC. 85 State Highway No. 33 587-2707 MAJ OR,S FURNITURE SHOP 144 N. Broad St. 392-6496 MANCINE FURNITURE Bordentown 298-0040 and 392-8478 MARRAZZO'S AUTO SERVICE 11 New Cedar Lane MICHALCHUK'S AUTO SERVICE 1675 Hamilton Ave. 587-4273 MULLEN FUNERAL HOME 537 S. Olden Ave. 392-1039 LOUIS J. MUNI, CONTRACTOR 25 Helen Ave. 599-9272 ERNEST AND MARG NAPOLEON BEAUTY SALON 1215 S. Broad St. 396-8817 NAPOLEON,S PHARMACY 794 Chambers St. 396-8000 NELLO'S SHOE REPAIRING 1849 S. Broad St. 393-9535 NEW COLONIAL LANES 2420 Brunswick Ave. 882-7700 NU-ART UPHOLSTERERS AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS 109 Partridge Ave. 5 86-5 821 AARONSON,S REFRIGERATION 224 Admore Ave. 392-4562 AL AND MARY,S LUNCHEONETTE 798 Chambers St. 392-9341 ALEXANDER'S TWIN PHARMACY, INC. 2217 S. Olden Ave. 587-8328 AMERICAN BUILDERS 336 Lafayette Ave. Charles Czeizinger, J r., Prop. ANGELO'S MOTOR SALES 1450 Prospect St. 883-3777 ASHBRAND'S HARDWARE 677 Franklin St. 599-4804 . A-Z AUTO RADIATOR WORK, INC. 1788 Calhoun St. 394-3722 900 BAR AND LIQUOR STORE 900 Indiana Ave. 392-9030 BENSON'S PAINT STORE 821 S. Broad St. 394-3803 BERTOTHY,S FLOWERS 2307 S. Broad St. 888-1262 BOB'S CAKE BOX 876 Beatty St. 392-3068 ' BRAY'S DELICATESSEN 1444 Hamilton Ave. 587-5327 rw... . .. BURGER CHEF White Horse Ave. and Kuser Road STEVE BOTLINGER AND SON GENERAL CONTRACTOR 888-0228 CAREY'S CARD AND GIFT SHOPS Route 33,Mercervi1le 8: Hamilton Sq. Road 586-0510 CAROL'S CORNER 533 Hamilton Ave. CEDAR GARDENS RESTAURANT Route 33 587-5615 CHAMBERS FUNERAL HOME 825 Chambers St. 396-3354 CHICKEN DELIGHT 1 104 Route 33 5 86-3100 CORNER OF OLDEN AND LIBERTY 586-7423 CRESTWOOD SHOP 'N BAG 1080 Whitehorse - Mercerville Road 585-5059 DAYTON FRUIT MARKET 601 DeK1yn Ave. 393-7610 DEL RIO RESTAURANT 1961 Hamilton Ave. 5 87-2890 DELUXE CLEANERS Yardville 396-8606 DESIGNED FOR U, INC. DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS 394-5249 MICHAEL D1 DONATO BUDDY'S DISCOUNT STORE Montgomery St. DOMESTIC LAUNDRY 31-37 Morris Ave. 595-1454 DON AND DEE DONUTS Lalor Shopping Center 396-4800 Sister Noelle and Section 5C Carmen and Cathy Adonizio 32 Soloff Drive Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen 716 Parkway Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson 1451 S. Olden Ave. William Anthony 358 Cleveland Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Archer 36 Amsterdam Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bacso 1032 Chambers St. Mrs. Josephine M. Bade 824 Kuser Road Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Barber, Jr. 2504 Liberty St. 124 NICK DURASTANTI, ROOFING CONTRACTOR 460 S. Logan Ave. 394-7050 EMIL'S BAKE SHOP 3106 S. Broad St. NU-WAY CLEANERS 1607 S. Olden Ave. 888-1166 ORSI'S TOMATO PIES 57 Whitehorse Ave. 585-9596 OZZIE'S DELICATESSEN 4592 S. Broad St. 585-6310 PALL'S NEW BAR, INC. 769 Lalor St. 392-9162 PALMER-TROUT, INC. 1122 S. Clinton Ave. 396-5571 IOLANDI PARROTTA- ALTERATIONS AND DRESSMAKER Cleveland Ave. 312-3 691 PHIL,S BARBER SHOP Yardville REED MOTORS, INC. 1555 N. Olden Ave. 396-0721 RICHARD'S JEWELRY DISCOUNT 17 Dresden Ave. 392-43 54 P. M. ROSE, FLORIST 2108 S. Broad St. 888-1500 SAUL FUNERAL HOMES, INC. 1740 Greenwood Ave. 587-8221 Compliments of SAINTE MARIE DRY CLEANERS SAV-ON BEAUTY Lalor Street Shopping Center 396-9183 JOSEPH H. SCHWENDT 8: CO. 112 Bamt Ave. 396-8500 PATRONS Mrs. Marie Barber 1001 Park Ave. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barry 110 Lake Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bleier 1782 Greenwood Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bogdan 1561 Hamilton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bohn 143 Howell St. George A. Bontya 16 Federal City Road Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Borkowski 8L Family 2032 E. McGalliard Ave. SHAPE 'N STYLE 1 121 Hamilton Ave. 392-3801 SHOP-RITE GAS S. Broad St. and Dewey St. 888-9836 ' SILK,S PHARMACY Corner of Greenwood and Johnston MINA L. SMITH-JOSEPH E. HAYES INSURANCE-REAL ESTATE 100 White Horse Ave. 888-1 1 10 STEINEL PHARMACY 1166 Hamilton Ave. 393-4098 TRENLITE JEWELERS 145 Watson Ave. 695-6368 TRENTON EMERGENCY AND RESCUE SQUAD, INC. 694 Second St. 396-8475 TRENTON MINERAL FLOORING CO. 65 Patterson Ave. 586-5223 TWILIGHT FORMAL WEAR 2078 S. Broad St. EX 2-4833 TWIN MOTORS 2006 Nottingham Way 587-6976 VILLA PARK DAIRY 515 Columbus Ave. 393-0105 WALT'S BARBER SHOP 17 Bridge St., Morrisville WARD'S FUEL AND OIL SERVICE 2064 White Horse-Hamilton Sq. Road 587-3061 YARDVILLE HOTEL Yardville YOUNG'S MOTORS RD No. 2 Youngs Road 586-0918 YOUR CLEANING VILLAGE 2465 S. Broad St. 888-3354 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Brown Livingston, N. J . Mr. and Mrs. George Burch 184 S. Clinton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Callahan 1024 Chambers St. Mr. Hubert Cantwell 1032 Chambers St. Anthony Cardelli Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carey 296 Cherry Lane Cyrus Cattani 796 Chambers St. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Carrano 865 Quinton Ave. Mrs. Marie Chase 478 Greenwood Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Chell 930 Fairmount Ave. Mr. and Mrs. F. Chiorello, Jr. 832 Fairmount Ave. Dave Coleman 444 S. Logan Ave. Craig, Monk, Pat, Kenny, and Butch Akron, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford 364 Cleveland Ave. Roberta DaBronzo 924 Quinton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. S. Damico 11 Martha Drive Albert L. Dempsky 20 Federal City Road Mr. Edward C. Dettmar 845 Melrose Ave. Diane and Dave 1627 Exton Ave. Sentino DiAntonio 2552 Liberty St. Mr. and Mrs. George DiPasquale 11 Benson Lane Rusty DiPasquale 11 Benson Lane Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Domboski 152 Phillips Ave. Mr. and Mrs. C. Duron and Family 622 Anderson St. Mr. and Mrs. John Dydo Alden Station, Penna. Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Eckstein 1604 Hamilton Ave. Miss Lucine P. Fabian River Road, Yardley, Penna. Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Feehan 820 Pennington Ave. Mr. Frank J . Feldenzer 1 Gregory Drive Mr. and Mrs. Karl Feltes 37 Beech Ave. Miss Mary Caulfield 110 E. Ingham Ave. Dr. Joseph R. Fiorello 6 Morningside Drive Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Flynn, Sr. 32 Copperfield Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox 1720 W. McGalliard Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Frascella 6 Lorraine Drive A Friend A Friend A Friend, Spruce St. To Mona's Galaxie 27 Valley View Road Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Gatti 1 12 Lake Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Gaydos 6 Lakeview Drive Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Giancola 6 Pierce Ave. Mrs. A. Giovannini 1424 Cedar Lane Girl's Physical Education Dept. St. Anthony High School Guiliano Gorelli, M. D. 708 Chambers St. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gorham 11 Clement Ave. Florence Graziano and Anna Dempsky 47 Concord Ave. Mrs. William Grocott 261 S. Olden Ave. Mr. Joseph Gruerio 736 Greenwood Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gulbinsky, Sr. 51 Mae Drive Mr. John C. Hayward 38 Johnston Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Helfrick Philadelphia, Pa. He and She Yardville-Hamilton Sq. Road Gerald Patrick Higham Holy Angels Sodality Mr. and Mrs. George J. Hunt 20 W. Park Ave. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hunt 22 Osborne Ave. Immaculate Conception P. T. A. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jablonski and Sons 427 Johnston Ave. Thomas J. Jablonski 115 Phillips Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Jones 23 Middleton Drive Scott Jones 23 Middleton Drive Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kampman 464 S. Olden Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kanka 508 Leuckel Ave. Leonard Katz and Elizabeth Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Keller 1120 S. Broad St. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly 1525 Elizabeth Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kenney, Sr. 811 Revere Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Kenney, Jr. 120 Woodside Ave. Harold L. Kenney 811 Revere Ave. Mary Ann Kenney 811 Revere Ave. K. Claire Kicinski 845 Lalor St. Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Kinsley 161 Lakeside Blvd. Miss Ann Kirby 1525 Elizabeth Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Kirby 1525 Elizabeth Ave. Mrs. Frances Klucsarits 824 Kuser Road Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kraml 53 Florence St. Mr. and Mrs. James Krueger 29 Englewood Blvd. Mrs. H. Kuebler 1 Soloff Drive Richard Kuebler 1 Soloff Drive Mr. and Mrs. George D. Lane 9 Appleton Drive Joyce Langenburg, '68 10 Lorraine Drive Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lanzi 12 Bearbranch Road Dr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Lavine 1125 S. Clinton Ave. Marie Hegedus and Helen Lawrence 53 Florence St. Mrs. Emily Levandowski 158 Churchill Ave. Michael, Martin, and John Levandowski 158 Churchill Ave. Mrs. H. Liedka 1036 S. Olden Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ligato 1271 Hamilton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. A. Liptak 19 Gedney Road Miss Mary Ann Liptak 19 Gedney Road Mr. and Mrs. Guido Luccarelli 79 Barbara Drive Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ludwig 212 Lake Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Madley 48 Barbara Drive Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Maloney 50 Pierce Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Marini 8c Jane 359 Morris Ave. Mr. and Mrs. George Matolchi 43 Florence St. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mazzilli 1 14 Hudson St. Sandra McAbee, '66 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. McDonald, Jr. 8z Family 19 Marcia Drive Mr. and Mrs. George E. McIntyre 1033 Greenwood Ave. In Loving Memory of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. McIntyre In Memory of Mr. James McLernon William Mennel 1033 Fairmount Ave. Mr. Merritt 100 Winding Way Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Midura 8: Family 130 Beal St. The Mihalow Family 11 Weymouth Drive Maryann Mihalow 11 Weymouth Drive Stephen Mihalow 158 Julia Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Minotti 246 Pope Ave. Gregory Mitroski Mrs. Magdeleine Morlando 738 Greenwood Ave. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Murphy 170 West Upper Ferry Road Mr. John Nairn 83 Valley View Road Rocco Nicolini 1710 Liberty St. Mr. Joseph Oresik 1782 Greenwood Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Papp, Jr. 24 Colonial Ave. Pat and Bud 631 Arena Drive A Patron 349 Schiller Ave. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Pecci 235 Emanuel St. Mayor Maurice T. Perilli 3609 S. Clinton Ave. Leonard S. Phillips, M. D. 1320 W. State St. Micael Pierson 1003 Park Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pietrow 42 Mechanic Ave. Mr. J . Richard Pollard 421 Cuyler Ave. Miss Minnie E. Rabatie 353 Rusling St. Ray and Andy Home and Elm St. 125 v t. Yvonne D. Rielly 2114 Liberty St. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Repole 904 Hamilton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rette 42 Klein Ave. Richie and Robyn 361 Commonwealth Ave. Rev. Paul W. Robb 43 Madison Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rose 16 Ruskin Ave. Anthony S. Rura 26 Valley View Road Joe Samarone 190 Cypress Lane The SanPaolo's 29 Barbara Drive Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Sawyer 11 Beaumont Pl. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Scandura 137 Watson Ave. Mrs. P. Schemel 27 Valley View Road Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schiller 716 Hobart Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Schnorbus 220 Sewell Ave. Patricia Schumacher 349 Schiller Ave. Mrs. Ruth Scott 2245 Hamilton Ave. Miss Anna M. Sheridan 523 Centre St. Ace Welding Company Martha Andahazy Mary Lou, Franny, and Augie Andahazy Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Andahazy Elaine Anderson Andy's Corner Julia Albownaski Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Alby Miss Anna Altobelli Donald Altobelli Mr. and Mrs. Adio Altobelli Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Altobelli Mr. and Mrs. Gino Altobelli Anne Archer Mrs. Jane Archer Mr. and Mrs. Vince Ardery Mr. Louis Bagley Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bailkowski Denise Bakter Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barnes Mr. Dewey Battis and Family Dominic Battisti Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Battisti Fred Battisti Joann Battisti Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Becker George J. Beers Miss Frances Beligon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell Mrs. Isabelle Bellair Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Benedetti Mrs. Dorothy Benson Mrs. Regina Bentley, '66 John H. Berrell Karen Blackwell Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bonacci Margaret Boniface Bob and Jo Ann Bon-Bon Aunt Bo Anthony Borgia Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borgia Miss Helen G. Sheridan 523 Centre St. Gale Sherry 1738 Orchard Ave. Lloyd H. Shue 949 Park Ave. Joan Sikucinski Mrs. Louis Silagy 327 Hewitt St. Roger Sinslow Adam J. Slavenak, Jr. Mrs. Sophie Smith 631 Norway Ave. Mr. and Mrs. L. Stanziale and Cynthia 415 W. Park Ave. Mrs. Barbara Steele 30 Jacobs Cr. Rd. Stormin, Normin' Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Suydam 756 Quinton Ave. Cindy Suzch Helen A. Szabo 276 Ashmore Ave. Miss Evelyn C. Tams, 166 Bordentown Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Tedder 50 Bismarck Ave. Mrs. S. D. Tettemer and Patricia 423 William St. Janet M. Thiel 2160 Greenwood Ave. Mrs. Angeline Thomas Kulpmont, Pa. BOO TER Mrs. Fannie Borgogno Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Frank Braconi H. Brades, Sr. Joanne Briell and Rosemary Gallo Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Britton, Sr. Mr. Arnold Britton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Broadway Edward H. Bromer Tom and Kathleen Brown Charlie' Brown Mr. and Mrs. H. Bryce Donald Bucchi, '66 Mr. and Mrs. Armand Bucchi James Bullaro Michael Burns Anne Burns The Brun Family Mr. and Mrs. W. Butterfield Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Calaiaro Mrs. Ellen Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Calomia Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Caracciolo Mrs. Anna Cardaciotto Suzanne and Barbara Carey Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carrier Kathy Carroll '66 Carvel Ice Cream Mr. and Mrs. Castranova Mrs. Helen Caterson Chambers St. Auto Radiator and Fender Works Mrs. Ann Chell Susan Chester Anthony Chianese Mr. and Mrs. Chianese Mrs. Victoria Ciosek Nancy Clark Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark Mr. A. Cleary Bob Clinton, '65 Mr. and Mrs. Colacello Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas 1223 Chestnut Ave. Thomas and Kevin 811 Revere Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Thomas 47 New Cedar Lane Miss Mary Tiedemann, '68 4011 S. Broad St. Mr. and Mrs. William Toft 920 Fairmount Ave. Dr. Gerald J. Tuccillo 708 Chambres St. Robert Varga 2465 S. Broad St. Mike Vasil 30 Soloff Drive Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Vasil, Sr 30 Soloff Drive Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wallace 17 Tanglewood Drive Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waryasz 12 White Stag Drive Mr. and Mrs. T. Waskovich 26 Perry Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Watkin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weaver, Sr Winding Brook Apt. "Whims" 161 Lakeside Blvd. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wolf 20 Winding Way Mr. Joseph A. Zampini 800 White Horse-Hamilton Square Road Mr. and Mrs. Mario Zampini 800 White Horse-Hamilton Square Road College Sweet Shop Mr. Collins Mr. and Mrs. James Coniglio Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conner, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Connolly Mrs. Albert Coombs Cranston's Sunoco Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Csogi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Csoltko Russell J. Cullen Jimmy Cummings Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Czillich Mr. Philip Czillich Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Daily Dan's Sunoco Service Station Mr. and Mrs. James J. D'Arcy Betty D'Artiglio Mr. and Mrs. John De Carlo Deek's Bakery Mrs. Andrew Del Borgo Mrs. Delahanty Ralph DeMarco Jack Dempsey Mrs. Francis Deorocki Bruce DiAntonio Kathleen Di Antonio Michelle Di Antonio Ferdinand DiGiuseppe, '67 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dorner Bros., , Nancy Dzuranin . Edward Dzuranin and Family Carol, Eddie Mr. and Mrs Carlton E. Dixon Angelo Dolci Dominic Dolci Nello Dolci William Dolci Cabinet Makers Eddie's Luncheonette Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Elgrim, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Elgrim Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fabian John Fagal Fairview Gardens and Nursery Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Falconio Antonio Falvo Mr. and Mrs. M. Farfalla Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Feehan Pat Feldhege, '65 Mr. and Mrs. S. Fiordilino Mr. and Mrs. Walter Flock Frank's Cafe Loretta Franco, '68 A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fulton Mr. and Mrs. John Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. James T. Gallagher, J Mr. John P. Gatti Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gauges Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gavin Mr. and Mrs. Goydon Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Georaldi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geraci Mrs. A. J. Gervasoni Gin and Ed William Grala Granello Confectionery Doug Gray Grove Pharmacy Edward Guise Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gurlavich Martha Gurlavich Edith Hahn Miss Lorraine Hall Mr. and Mrs. F. Hancarik Marie Handley Mabel A. Hagenloeker Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harcar Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hasler A. G. Hastie Mrs. Anne Heim Agnes Hensley Mr. Douglas J. Hice Eleanor Higham Charles Andrew Hill Miss Gertrude Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hollendonner Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holt Mr. Michael Hudik Ingrid's Beauty Salon Mr. and Mrs. Iorio and Family Betty Ivan Mrs. Elizabeth Janusz Mrs. Sophia Janusz Thomas Janusz Miss Inara Jekels Jeffrey Jocis Joe and Sari Mrs. Louise M. Johnston Mrs. Marie Joiner Karen and Debbie Mrs. Julia Kasian Richard J. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kenney Katherine Kemler Mrs. Edward T. Kianka James King John J . King Mary A. King Patricia King Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kinsley Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kish Mr. and Mrs. A. Kmiecik Mr. and Mrs. James Kovacs Bruce Kreigner Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Kunter Mr. Joseph Lamb Mrs. Joseph Lamb Lamb's Garden Center Lois Landolt Deborah Ann Lane Sharon Lane, '68 La Roma Pizza Mrs. Mary Larrisey Larry and Mary Ann Mr. and Mrs. J. Leadem Levin Candy Company Jacob Levin Liberty Pharmacy and Gift Shop Lloyd Hall Paul LoPresti, '71 Lou's Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lucas Mike and Steve Luciano Mr. and Mrs. Luther Steve MacZinko Mr. and Mrs. Henry Magdon Mr. and Mrs. Michael Magdon Miss Telly Magdon Maher Family Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maher, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Mantel Miss Madeline M. Mantel Madeline Maruska Jacob Marini Mr. and Mrs. John T. Manuguerra Mrs. Margie M-arini Bob Marsley Mr. Ralph Martucci Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marue, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Matera Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mattonelli Pete Mattonelli Mrs. Mazon - Alterations Mr. and Mrs. John Mazzeo Mr. and Mrs. S. Mazzoccoli and Son Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mazzolini Mr. and Mrs. Louis McGlone Mr. and Mrs. John McHugh -Brian McLernon Kevin McLernon, '67 Mrs. Sue F. Meirs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mennel William Mennel Mr. and Mrs. Val Merger Mr. and Mrs. William Micai Mrs. Stella Michericz Middle Class Movement Middle Class Movement Middle Class Movement Middle Class Movement Middle Class Movement Middle Class Movement Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mikurak Henrietta Millard Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miller Mrs. Ida Miller Mr. and Mrs. Molnar Mrs. Josephine Mooney Robert P. Mooney Mrs. Florence Moscarello Mrs. Ruth Mount Charles Mullen Geraldine Mullen Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mraz Mr. and Mrs. P. Nemeth Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Newman J. Notte's Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. F. J, Nowosadko In Loving Memory of Robert P. O'Gorman, '66 Ann and Veronica O'Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. O'Gorman Mr. and Mrs. O'Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Olexovitch Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Olexovitch Carole Olszak Mrs. Doris Oresik Mrs. William Oros Mr. and Mrs. Michael Oros Mrs. Faye Orsi Mrs. Anna Oswald Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Othlod Mary Otto Robert E. Otto, Jr., '66 Mr. and Mrs. Dante A. Pacifico Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Papp, Sr. Mrs. Anne Pappano Parfait House Parklyn Beauty Salon Cliff Peck Mr. and Mrs. C. Peck Mrs. Margaret Pekala John and Maryanne Pekala, '67 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pellitiere Mr. and Mrs. Warren Perrine Mr. and Mrs. Sam Perro Mrs. Mary Persi Pet Land - Independence Mall Mr. Petrino Thomas Phelan, '66 Mrs. John R. Pinelli Miss Elizabeth Pizzullo Mr. and Mrs. Pizzulo Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pontani and Family Popkin's Shoes Mrs. Joseph Potash Mrs. Christine Prazenka Mr. and Mrs. Carl Preto Ralph's Barber Shop Mrs. Theresa Randow Fran and Terry Randow Timothy Randow Mr. and Mrs. William Raney Mr. and Mrs. Ranucci Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Repko Mr. and Mrs. P. Rich Sandra Rich Ginny Richards Miss Virginia Richards Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ridolfino Mr. and Mrs. John Rilik Mr. and Mrs. Collin M. Riker Paul and Ann Ristow Mrs. Mary Rockal Mr. George Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Romano Kathy Rooney, '67 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rose Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rossi 1 Russ' Gulf Service Mr. and Mrs. John J. Russo Mr. and Mrs. Steve Russo Mr. Harry Rubin Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Scandura Thomas Scheuerman Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schiaritti Mr. and Mrs. James Schiaritti Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwing Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher Schuster's Tomato Pies Phyllis Sciarrotta Catherine Seiler Carl Sesini Bertha SaFranko Mr. James B. Sawyer Shield Finance Company Shield Finance Company Gary Slack and Judy Mayer Kenny Slack and Diane Rumianowski Sloshberg, 855 Broad St. Anna K. Smith George A. Smith, Pharmacist Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Mr. and Mrs. Werner Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Solimando Mr. Matt Sparrow Marianna Sperrazza Miss Cassie Staub Raymond W. Staub, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Stein Helen Mary Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Stocker Bernice Storcella Edward Szbanz Mr. E. Szbanz Andrea Szul Mr. and Mrs. Edward Szul Michael Szul Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Szul Mr. Ray Swanick Mr. and Mrs. William P. Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tochach Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tafro Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tempesta Teri-Lou Fashions Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. John Tindik Anita Patricia Tkac Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tkac, Jr. and Andrea Mrs. Ernest Tkac, Sr. and Anita Mr. and Mrs. Peter Trehuba Tres Chic Beauty Salon Mrs. Ann Tuccillo Janet DeVaney Anthony Vannozzi Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ventre Villa Park Wallpaper Company Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wagner Joe Wargo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warney Mr. William Weber Mr. George Weigand J . Welger Mr. and Mrs. John West Mary Weissmann Dorothy T. Wilson Mrs. Luti White Mary Ann Yacovino Kathy and Patty Zaino Mrs. Emma Zoda John J . Zubricky, '70 INSIDE 104 After school, if strolling down the hall, One often is struck with sudden awe, Upon noticing the securely shut door Of the Year Book Room, Number 104. But if he could see beyond this scope, I doubt that he would be able to cope With the work and antics of the crew That now presents the Corristin to you. Inside there's industry and commotion, But always present is the notion That there is a deadline they must meet, So their proctor puts on the heat. Now to work the group must go- Janice, Kev, and also Joe. Back through the years for memories to recall To fill the book longed for by all. "Where's the sponge to wet the stickers?" "Mary's sick, she tried to lick hers." "Don't sit there like a wall fixture, Write a caption for that picture." Sitting long with trains of thought, They eat the "Fritos" that they bought- When suddenly from the Sports Staff Comes the stunning shrillness of Tom's laugh. Patrons, write-ups, candy wrappers! "Wake up those two tired staff nappers. Type those heads and get them ready, Sister's nerves don't seem too steady." Now the group stays in peace sublime, Until Don pops another comic line. But the biggest burden, you can bet, Lies with editors Bill Tams and Kathy Rette. "Get to work, the deadline's coming, Tom, I wish you'd stop that humming? "Wow! I've got a caption that's amusing. If only it were for a picture that we're using!', "Proofread and checked! Is it done already? Oh no, you've misspelled Al Scaccetti!" "Much more work is yet to come, Don't let her see that cracker crumbf, Faster, faster, worked this band, Oh, no, John just stamped his hand! Now the work is in high gear, But oh, that time is almost here. The deadline is met, the staff has won, And all are glad the job is done. But there's a reward for this life of trial, Sister Agnes Francis's victory smile! ARTHUR MICHON Sports Editor Lithngraphed by RAE PUBLISHING CU., INC 282 Grave Avenue Cedar Grave, N. 1. I? ? E Q g.

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