Trenton Catholic Academy - Corristin Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)

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v XX 7 . 1 f Q 1 i i I E x il v i a 5 3 E i I v E l E E E E E A .1 A , A , ,,.A , M 7 I ADMINISTRATION FACULTY ,... . ,... , UNDERCLASSMEN ACTIVITIES IIIIIIIII.II S- SPORTS ...f...II SENIORS ,I..I,, .,,....I . I ..II FACULTY DIRECTORY SENIOR DIRECTORY I I PATRONS OOC,CCOOOSOCOOO.C CCCS Q 1 I 2 , 5 in 5 :gf . F iff.: if-1-uf-ZA' J?" ff rf he i QM' i,,.,f:iW ' ff r a " iili V 4 Am1 Pftft f ' - . l ' X. n f f E V .5 Somewhere there was a beginning. It came with soft, hesitant steps, Drifting like a seed borne on wings of air, Searching for a home. It stayed here. Nestled safely in fertile minds, N urtured by Time's potent waters, It grew, Blossoming steadily. Memories piled up like autumn leaves, Unnoticed. Yet all beginnings must end sometime -- even this one. And the end has come. The tree is dying, the last leaves falling. Only its traces remain. But in these traces, the tree will always be alive, Its leafy green arms reaching for the sun. For the end is just a beginning, And traces last forever. P w MOTTO OF SAINT ANTHONY 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 J ADMINI TR TlON'S GOAL: 6711 samffafe at Doctrmaf f gn 3. I ex, 3 ,Kv,-T.Q35gg,r5asgt1,ia:fQ2t:. ' . fb C- ls... The Most Reverend MICHAEL P. MCCORRISTIN, V.G., P.A. Founder and Director of Saint Anthony High School SISTER M. JOHN JOSEPH, O.S.F. Principal of Saint Anthony High School "In sanctitate et doctrinaw - in holiness and learning - this is the motto of Saint Anthony's. It expresses concisely the pLu'pose of the Catholic school: to educate the child in both spiritual and intellectual spheres. The awesome task of seeing to the fulfillment of this responsibility falls to our administrators. Bishop Ahr and Monsignor Frain, as diocesan leaders, have done much to broaden and improve the scope and quality of Catholic education. The zeal of our own Monsignor McCorristin has be- come legendary. Devoted entirely to the devel- opment of the "whole manj, he is the reason for the very existence of Saint Anthony's. Largely re- sponsible for the schoolls continued success is our principal, Sister John Joseph, O.S.F. Through Sister's efforts Saint Anthonyls has gained a repu- tation for scholarship and character development. No words could possibly express the depth of our gratitude to these who have given of them- selves to us. The best we can hope to do is to perpetuate their ideals through imitation. I MRS. BERNARDINE ABBOTT SISTER AGNES FRANCIS, O.S.F. SISTER ALICE CECILIA, O.S.F 4.19--f" D--""""-' Filing records and answering telephones help to keep Mrs. Ryan and Mrs. Carson knee- SISTER ANN MICHELE, 05-F- deep in office work during and even after school hours. MR. FRANK BENCIVENGO SISTER BERNADETTE, O.S.F. REV. WILLIAM BOHNSACK FACULTY HELPS TO DEVELOP PIRITU L A D I TELLECTUAL GROWTH OF STUDE TS MR. JAMES BRESNEN SISTER CHRISTINE MARIE, O.S.F. MR, THOMAS DEVITO SISTER CECILIA AGNES, O.S.F. MRS. DALE CHURNER MR. WILLIAM DONLEN To take a child and open his eyes to God, to mold his unformed character into that of a Christian with gentle but firm hands, to de- velop his powers of judgment reasoning, and imagination - these are the formidable chal- lenges of the teacher. A teacher makes an in- delible impression on his students. He may well influence the course of a student's life. The faculty at Saint Anthonyis serve as worthy symbols of inspiration to us. We can never forget the selfless devotion and concern shown us by the Sisters of Saint Francis, the priests of Saint Anthony's Parish, and the many lay teachers Whom we have met over the last four years, To all, we give our sincerest thanks for their efforts in our behalf. SISTER DORIS, O.S.F. MRS. JOYCE FIRMAN SISTER ELEANOR FRANCIS MISS LUCINE FABIAN O.S.F. SISTER FRANCIS CLARE, O,S.F. Mr. Glandis frightj who comes each day from Trenton Technical Institute to teach mechanical drawing discusses the daily program with Mr. Collard, a teacher of electronics. MR. JOSEPH GARRISON SISTER MARY GIOVANNI, O.S.F. MR. DOUGLAS HICE REV. JOSEPH HOLUP 5 Ss. MRS. MARGARET HUSAR SISTER KATHRYN, O.S.F. T 1 1 SISTER JOHN HELENE, O.S.F. MRS. MURIEL JOHNSON MR. HARRY JONES MR. RAYMOND KRUPA Mrs. Klim discovers that much of her time is occupied with paper work. Keeping students' health records up-to-date forms an important part of her work. . C0 f ,. J S MR. JOHN LALLY Each morning Mrs. Thibideau makes a careful check of ab- sentees. MISS MARY ANN LIPTAK MR. FRANK LOWENTHAL MR. MICHAEL LUCIANO MRS. PAULINE MAINS Aff j . S, . IX, I MISS ARLEEN MARCHISELLI SISTER MARIE REGINA, O.S.F SISTER MARGARET, O.S.F. What would we do at lunchtime without the delicious meals provided by our dependable kitchen staff: Mrs. Betty Lou Kais, Mrs. Peggy Chiappetta, Mrs. Ann Petruska, Mrs. Mary Stone, and Mrs. Mary Fernandez. SISTER MARY LOUISE, O.S.F. SISTER MARY MADELYN, O.S.F. SISTER MIRIAM GRACE, O.S.F. SISTER MIRIAM WANDA, O.S.F. MR. ANTHONY NITTI MR. PAUL ORDOG I 11 'S 4 I SISTER PAULINE, O.S.F. MR. THOMAS PRIORY MRS. VICKY PRYNOSKI H I MR. JEROME REEBER SISTER REGINA MARY, O.S.F. Nj With cleaning supplies safely stored away, Mrs. Menichelli seems eager to start home- ward. MRS- KATHLEEN RUD01-PH MR. PAT SALERNO MR. ANTHONY SARLO MRS. DOROTHY SCHNORBUS MR. JOSEPH SCHWENDT MRS. LAURETTE TRACCHI F495 l MR. PETER TRAYERS SISTER MARY VENTURA, O.S.F. With a smile on his face and a gleam in his eye, Mr. Walsh completes another stack of dishes in preparation for the next lunch period. The dismissal bell beckons Mr. Morgan to trans port weary students home. -3 -K -a N 23. MR. BRUCE WHITE MISS LOIS YENCHA DERCLASSM N if A I -5 h lt.. 1-1 Et'- .s E Ag Freshman Day Your first class The T.B. test fthe only one you passedl . . . Traces. Chemistry labs New class rings College Boards In the spring . . . Traces. English novels History debates Final farewells - But never too late . . . For traces. FRESHME BRI G N W SPIRIT SECTION 1D - ROW 1: Nancy Antinoro, Cynthia Caola, Maureen Callahan, Anita Chamberlain, Kathleen Beach, Donna Britschge, Debra Budgick, Shirley Capria, ROW 2: Geraldine Bartolini, Patricia Cartlidge, Margaret Cashel, Patricia Bowker, Kathryn Caprario, Mary Jane Bryce, Catherine Brennan, Veronica Boyle, Kathleen Babice. ROW 3: Joseph Chester, Joseph Baskowsky, Elaine Brodowicz, Marian Butera, Sharon 9 Q -, f aa, Babice, Geraldine Bartolomei, Andrew Brown, Robert Bogdan. ROW 4: John Angeline, Edward Cimbala, Mark Allegretti, Theodore Archer, John Bublewicz, Jerry Angelini, Charles Broadbent, David Barletta, Thomas Burns, John Agos, John Ames, Nicholas Belyung, Joseph Avan- zato, Anthony Allegretti, Edward Bogdan, William Celmer, Brian Bahn. SECTION 2D - ROW 1: Philomena Corti, Mary Damiano, Janet Di Mattia, Gail D'Agostino, Katherine Demko, Linda Cucinotta, Joanne Duron, Margaret Endrzejewski, Rita De Lucia. ROW 2: Cynthia Dom- ino, Marlene De Simone, Geralyn Connolly, Sally Crea, Marianne Dom- ino, Mary Di Falco, Eleanor Fasanella, Barbara Dix, Candice Fiandaca, Patricia Dale, ROW 3: Timothy Downey, Ann Doyle, Darlene De An- gelis, Antoinette Dudich, J anice Clayton, Patricia Comaty, Linda Farley, Mary Foley, Mary De Marco. ROW 4: Joseph Di Bartolo, Michael Dillon, Joseph Falzone, James Craig, Thomas Delvecchio, Anthony Di Marcello, William Downey, David Cooper, Richard Foley, Gerald Cro- nin, John Cremer, William Corey, Joseph Faone, James Ermi, James Drager, Robert Costantini, Chris Constantini. TO THE HALL OE SA , V W , '-all The importance of a remedial course is explained by Mrs. Firman to two of her students, Veronica 0'Gorman and Margaret Cashel. Anticipating the challenge of high school life, incoming freshmen find the variety of subjects available here pleas- antly surprising. In addition to required religion, history, and English courses, they find that there are electives in languages, science, mathematics, business, and art. This year, as always, new courses have been added to help students prepare for college or a job. Introductory Latin is now available for students who do not undertake the study of a language in ninth grade. This aids the student in deciding whether or not to pursue a language later on. A progressive reading course, initiated last year, has been extended to sophomores and will continue to include a new class each year until all four years are en- compassed. Mechanical drawing, radio, journalism, and driver education are available to students interested in such activities. Since 80'Z: of the students who graduate from Saint Anthony's go on to college, the curriculum is based largely on academic fields. However, the remaining 2O'Zv are by no means ignored. There are business programs which en- able seniors to leave school in the afternoons to go to work, as well as courses which help students qualify for secretarial positions when they graduate. The cooperative work program has also been extended to include beauti- cian work for interested girls. Boys in electronics may make use of facilities at Trenton Tech. SECTION 3D - ROW 1: Frances Kanda, Maureen Hutchinson, Mary Julie Kardasz, MQUTCCH Hfidge- ROW Michael Franco, Edward Hill, Gogan, Elizabeth Hepp, Ellen Jacko, Mary Juresko, Patricia Grace, Jeanette Getz. ROW 2: Patricia French, Mary Janeczek, Helen Itzco- witz, Sharon Hoopes, Janet Grochala, Maureen Haggerty, Jean Gill, Nora Fragale, Susan James. ROW 3: Connie Franklin, Patricia Kapp, Grace Forrester, Barbara Frascella, Andrea Gallagher, Anita Infantini, Stephen Innocenzi, Donald Henry, Nicholas Ilku, Edward Gianguilli, Clinton Griggs, John Gianguilli, Jeffrey Gore, Joseph Hollender, Patrick Gallagher, Martin Hegyi, John Jaskir, Michael Horvath, Patrick Fow- ler, Terrence Higham. al ,M , , T is A A SECTION 4D - ROW 1: Ellen Lanigan, Mary Leone, Marcella Len- kiewicz, Jo Marie Leili, Christine Leitch, Susan Konnyu, Mary Ann Ka- walek, Geraldine Lanzoni. ROW 2: Karen Liebhart, Monica Lewis, Lynn Koncz, Doreen Laurita, Mary Kovalik, Fay Lavan, Virginia Lis, ROW 3: Michael Kozar, Edward Leary, William Kinsley, Lynda Ko zicz, Eileen Lehman, Joyce Kopec, Michael Kasian, James Kostinas ROW 4: Richard Latella, David Kolesar, John Kite, Leon Lackey Christopher Kozicz, Omelan Kocopej, Jaroslaw Kolodij, Thomas Ken nedy, Roman Koropey. SECTION 5D - ROW l: Deborah Mastripolo, Sharon Logue, Michele Lukens, Judith Mains, Patricia Maher, Kathleen Mantuano, Catherine Maglite, ROW 2: Gerard Meara, Maryann Michon, Annette Marrolli, Patricia Mazzolini, Deane Mihalow, Kathleen McGough, Diane Marino, Thomas Mahon. ROW 3: James McGowan, Cynthia Matyjasik, Kath- leen Masiello, Linda Maloney, Kathleen McManimon, Donna MacNei1, Patrick Malloy. ROW 4: Michael Mennuti, Daniel McGovern, Mitchell Mastrangelo, Arthur Longo, Robert Mierzwicki, William Maloney, Mi- chael Lucash, Thomas Mantel, Thomas Maher, Mark Mirabelli. SECTION 6D - ROW 1: Phyllis Owens, Andrea Ouskin, Anna Mot- Linda Pagano, Nancy Pollack, Joanne Nalbone, Michele Papp, Veronica tola, Patricia Otto, Margaret Papp, Nancy Pippa, Deborah Persico, O'Gorman. ROW 4: Edward Oravsky, Samuel Muro, Frank Mulino, Kathleen Panasowich. ROW 2: Louise Pica, Kathleen Paterson, Mary- Thomas Mulryne, Emil Opalski, Barry Pelletteri, James Pinchot, John ann Papero, Sandra Perry, Linda Parichy, Deborah Mirabelli, Catherine Panacek, Thaddeus Peterson, Edward Nomejko, Ronald Perlingiero, Mycoff, Michael Petronella. ROW 3: Janet Munn, Joanne Pelosci, Eugene Pascucci. Veronica Wood and John Panacek use the reaction of copper and sulfur to demonstrate the Law of Conserva- tion of Mass. Sister Ann Michele supervises. Sharing is the Christian way,' and when someone forgets his religion book Kathleen McGough and George Matyasovsky find it's the only way. Studying the culture of France makes learn- ing the language more interesting. Here sev- eral French I students join in the singing of "F rere Jacques." During an oral drill, Mrs. Rudolgh's Latin I class put into use their newly acquired knowledge of verb conjugations. Miss Fabian takes a welcome rest as her class is taught perceptive reading through the newly-installed closed circuit television set. SECTION 7D - ROW 1: Kathleen Repko, Nancy Rogers, Juliana Sa- bol, Phyllis Ricigliani, Mary Sauerbaum, Maria Santucci, Phyllis Ruden- stein, Patricia Sheppard. ROW 2: Patricia Richards, Jean Saville, Mary Probst, Francine Salvatore, Mary Jane Sessa, Barbara Powell, Margaret Rupprecht. ROW 3: Robert Prihoda, Frank Ricigliani, Emily Samoski, Barbara Potash, Maryann Sikorski, Laureen Shive, Stephen Rubi, Mi- chael Remoli. ROW 4: Vincent Sereni, Kenneth Rusnak, Joseph Rossi William Shaw, Charles Rupprecht, Michael Schwab, Stephen Santilli Louis Polselli, Robert Simon, Pasquale Pratico. , 4,.,,,., V, -1 4 - J 4 i W' "i?i" L SECTION SD - ROW 1: Sally Tarnecki, Patricia Suder, Deborah Testa, Patricia Tomchik, Paula Tiscione, Camille Trotto, Andrea Smith, Deborah Tafs. ROW 2: Theresa Smith, Marie Stellerine, Andrea Szul, Mary Smith, Shaun Toft, Jayne Ulmer, Delores Tumillo. ROW 3: Jo- anne Trageiser, Debra Torma, Doris Snelson, Patricia Storcella, Barbara Stone, Theresa M. Smith, Mary Sparks. ROW 4: Louis Turdean, John T iedemann, Wasyl Sydor, Mark Stanton, Mark Stillitano, Robert Sweeny, GlennuStanton, Ronald Spair, Richard Szmauz, Mykola Tkach, David Storce a. , . P ea .wif ttttil it SECTION 9D - ROW 1: Barbara Vajdics, Elaine Welsh, Sally Wal- kowski, Michele Urban, Veronica Wood, Diane Yaccarino, Karen Wag- ner, Geraldine Worthington. ROW 2: Jill Wilson, Donna Yanno, Den- ise Yarmlak, Carol Wyers, Sharon Wereski, Carol Vonspreckelsen, Jan- ice Woitowicz, Susan Zoltanski. ROW 3: Mary Wieland, Diane Zola, Kathleen Winget, Robin Young, Brigitte Wiener, Diane Utz, Ellen Virok, Marie Walowski. ROW 4: Bruce Young, Kenneth Vita, Charles Walsh, Rudolph Zsoloway, William Walsh, James White, Michael Woloszyn. OPHO ORES CAPT RE WARD .L ... SECTION 1C - ROW 1: Pamela Apgar, Claudia Astore, Linda Albano, Richard Backes, Michael Bradley, Frank Bocchini. ROW 4: Steven Cynthia B13-Ckbufll, SUSHI1 AHSCHCO, Lu ADH BCfI10CChi, Joan Boyle, Britschge, Michael Beach, Paul Brezna, Phillip Besler, Karl Ammann Mary Beth BOYIC- ROW 21 RaYm0I1d Barnard, J0hI1 B9-TTY, M0I1iCa Ernest Blizard, David Babalya, George Bartlett, Donald Bourne, William Bencivengo, Carol Biache, Barbara Biddulph, Marta Barszczewski, Mar garet Argust, Jacqueline Boss, John Batcha. ROW 3: Domenick Botteri, Richard Braddock, Robert Apgar, Matthew Astore, John Bencivengo, Bodnar, John Bransfield, Patrick Auletto, Ugo Banole, David Borkowski Joseph Andahazy. Exploring the interesting world of in- sects, Peter Storcella, Diane Telencio, and John and Joseph Tarnecki attempt to unravel the unique composition of a wasp's nest. CCTRE TONIANU FETY ESS Y CONTE T , Marylo Scaringelli Wins Sl000g Richard Cartlidge Wins S50 Q? ,M-"ffl Distribution of books is first on the agenda at the beginning All eyes focus on Sr. Regina Mary, as she explains the mysteries of the of the school year. Willing helpers include: David Borkowski, New Testament to her Religion I1 class. Richard Dell, Michael Zampini, John Bransfield, Thomas Mrazili, Frank Bocchini, and Michael Della Rossa. SECTION 2C - ROW 1: Marian DiGiuseppe, Judith DeBlois, Mary- Melissa Callan, Mary Dietrich, Lawrence Bruschi. ROW 4: Richard ann Bucchi, Joanne D'Errico, Anne Cornish, Paula DiStefano, Jamie DeBlois, Patrick Brown, Michael Della Rossa, Barry Crescanzi, Mark DiMemmo, Carol Clayton. ROW 2: Linda Capasso, Lisa Carpinona, Bums, Michael Calisti, William Broderick, John Cary, Richard Dell, Judith Bryce, Susan Craig, Katherine Dell, Patricia Burek, Patricia Dev- Richard Cartlidge, Frank Cuiule, Barry Chiorello, Joseph Crosswicks, lin, Judith Colgan, Eileen Buchler, ROW 3: Dorothy Correnti, Eliza- Thomas Carroll, Charles Cunningham, James Cunningham. beth DiLouie, Dolores Deveney, Mary Darazio, Donna DeAngelo, P l SECTION 3C - ROW 1: Diane Germani, Joanne Fioravanti, Nancy Hoffman, Mary Falzone, Sharon Hegner, Lydia Folmer, Kathryn Gy- enge, Patricia Giaquinto. ROW 2: Gail Flock, Maureen Fitzgerald, Barbara Harzenski, Michele Earley, Deborah Hartnett, Catherine Dom- boski, Veronica Gagliardi, Susan Haggerty, Deborah Hollowell. ROW 3: Robert Hice, James Dolan, Carlton Dixon, Colleen Grogan, Kath- leen Grubb, John Gaughan, Thomas Hutton, Daniel George. ROW 4: Dean Fiandaca, Peter Falconio, Edward Gore, John Eberst, John Helmke, Daniel Giaquinto, James Doyle, Paul Giordano, John Dough- erty, Thomas Flynn, Patrick Dooling, Ernest Dziesiuta, Mark Falconio. SECTION 4C - ROW 1: Nadia Kirzecky, Judith Johnson, Lorraine Kais, Geraldine Lepkowski, Beverly Kmetz, Barbara Kaluzny, Elaine Kosztyu, Rita Kanda. ROW 2: Eileen Kapp, Dorothy Laux, Lynda Kristofic, Nancy Keller, Lorraine Jachetti, Maria Imbalzano, Paula Keister, Katherin Kolbacki. ROW 3: John Kasper, Michael Jaroni, Brian Lanigan, William Kerlin, Robert Lauer, John J uniak, James Klimeczak, John Kulin. ROW 4: Gregg Larkin, Leo Jablonski, Paul Klim, John Levandowski, Gregory Kutch, John Laurita, Mark Kozicz, Craig Jez, Edwin J aneczek, Anthony Kite, James Lertch, Francis Lewis. X SECTION 5C - ROW 1: Eileen Manuguerra, Joan Matera, Diane Mc- Carron, Mary Jane Malkin, Mary Masterson, Elizabeth Marcus, Jane Marini, Andrea Morris. ROW 2: Deborah Lis, Lynne Monteverde, Lelia McClanahan, Beverly Myslinski, Deborah Liuzzo, Alice Mizsak, Virginia Mate. ROW 3: John Mazzeo, Louis McG1one, Lorie Murphy, ,M-ff" "'-,- all Angela Marue, Mary McCloskey, Sheila Michalski, Lisa Maiorino, Wil- liam Lewis, Michael Mikurak. ROW 4: James Murray, Raymond Lip- ski, Donald MacNei1, Richard McDonough, Joseph Mattonelli, Daniel McSorley, Thomas Mrazik, David Mennel, Kenneth Mudrak, Mark Massi, Martin Miller, Gary McDonald, John McManimon. QNX Mrs. Prynoski determines the focus point of a sketch for Susan Angelica and Joseph Crosswicks. "fd"'M'r"m't 'nh 4 Mr. Glandis supervises the work of John , iff- ff aaa Majoros, who is trying to find a solution to a problem presented in mechanical drawing class. M , ' K 7 ,al ' m. ,ncaa ' k , ' i 1 SECTION 6C - ROW 1: Patricia Procaccino, Barbara Ricciardo, Adele Palombi, Linda Roberson, Stella Pellitteri, Frances Pratico, Linda Pacini, Kathleen Novak. ROW 2: Ann Normile, Diane Pitonyak, Mary- anne Pennacchi, Paula Reali, Ersilia Riccio, Maryanne Parrey, Nina Piccolella, Maryanne Potash, Karen Rhodes. ROW 3: Frank Pane, Madelyn Rasimicz, Barbara Riocitello, Kathleen Richford, Darrell Pata- lon, Judith Robb, William Perilli, Domenik Parmigiani. ROW 4: Mi- chael Papp, Michael Pietras, Carmen Rettzo, Robert Puhalski, William Raney, Richard Naples, William Noon, Charles Pierson, Anthony Pan- teleoni, James Peraino, Paul Nucaso, Timothy Ostopuck, Michael Pratico, Thomas Pihokken. Lunch period brings a welcome break for these jun- iors, giving them a chance to talk over the day's EVCNIS. Three o'clock and everyone rushes to catch the bus. A..- 4.5223 SECTION 7C - ROW 1: Lynn Stephan, Paulette Siciliano, Cheryl Stemmer, Petrina Romano, Alberta Santini, Susan Sukotsky, Mary Jo Scaringelli, Rosemary Snyder. ROW 2: Loretta Russo, Lola Rossi, Joan Schnorbus, Carolyn Russo, Dorothy Sailey, Linda Shultz, Susan Rylak, Antoinette Shilkevich, Ellen Scullion. ROW 3: John Soss, John Schu- E macher, Sharon Fossi, Mary Sarnoski, Karen Rossi, Gail Srilverson, Charles Schwartz, Richard Small. ROW 4: Allan Schauer, Michael Sabo, Robert Russo, John Spisak, Joseph Shekiro, Richard Sost, Thomas Szczepanski, Timothy Rooney, Paul Slover, William Seaman, Anthony Santucci, Nicholas Solimando, Mark Rodgers. v SECTION 8C - ROW 1: Rosemary Tottoroto, Marianne Zubricky, Ernest White, Kathleen Tedder, Diane Telencio, Nancy Szilogyi, Jeff- Monica Terlecki, Nancy Zrinsky, Charlene Tattory, Roseann Termen, rey Wilson, John Tarnecki. ROW 4: Joseph Tarnecki, John Wright, Carmella Tuccillo, Valerie Williams. ROW 2: Judy Weinhofer, Theresa Brian Wallace, Donald Thiel, John Tomasulo, Robert Weigand, James Warenski, Catherine Wolf, Marjorie Walters, Michele Turansick, Mar- Weigand, Gregory Weerheim, Frank Waresz, Vincent Yarmlak, Steven lene Vita, Christine Van Pelt. ROW 3: Angelo Vigliotti, Wayne Wieser, Szmutko. COLLEGE IGHT OPE A 41. S EW HORIZONS FOR ,- . it Mi: SECTION 1B - ROW l: Theresa Burket, Brenda Brown, Lorraine Boyd, Angela Barbalace, Carla Bocchini, Mary Ann Belardo, Donna Belyung, Diane Boyle. ROW 2: Carol Angeline, Jacklyn Bonanni, Christine Bartolomei, Donna Bolla, Susan Britton, Mary Ann Bechtel, Janice Buckley. ROW 3: Philip Bruccoleri, Gary Bolino, Donald Bei- ger, Charles Betros, Frank Baranowski, John Britton, Paul Baskowsky, Joseph Barry. ROW 4: Steven Bruni, John Burns, Thomas Bender, Neil Apoldite, Ralph Boland, Richard Bramley, Thomas Altobelli, Lawrence Auletta, John Blanche, Alfred Borgianini, John Bohn, Gregory Britton, Robert Brovak. tm. ,,,t i C SECTION 2B - ROW 1: Mary Sue Cunningham, Joann Caiazzo, Vic- toria Corti, Kathleen Comfort, Kathleen Collins, Linda DiMucci, Karen DeBlois. Rosemary Chiacchio. ROW 2: Linda Carmignani, Susan Chesner, Evelyn Costello, Shirley Campbell, Marlene Cieslikowski, Donna Cesario, Jeannette Delvecchio, ROW 3: Anne Dietrich, Roseann Chiacchio, Sheila Deecan, Karen Drake, Linda Calandro, Sheila Cronin, Susan Costello. ROW 4: James DeLucia, John Dale, Joseph Cook, Daniel Carmasino, John DeLucia, William Chepiga, James DiCanzio, Robert Davies, James Cunningham, Richard Canavera, Paul DeAngelo, Anthony DiStephano, Arthur Caola. I TERESTED JU IOR HIE Xiilllillll-3 A bit of humor is part of the course for Father Bohnsack and his Religion III class. A confused Richard Landerkin tries to understand the conic sec tion being explained by Sister Mary Louise. SECTION 3B - ROW 1: Angela Guadalupe, Marianne Gregoli, Donna Guido, Diane Gennello, Marie Giraldi, Susan Duron, Mary Eileen Far- ley, Christine Gore. ROW 2: Diane Graziano, Julia Falchi, Barbara Fowler, Lynne Gerstnicker, Kimberley George, Deborah Fedorsak, Ann Lynn Everitt, Denice Gresko, Dorothy Gagliardi. AROW 3: Maryann sr' Fusi, Frances Guscior, Joan Dzwileski, Susan Gerstenacker, Maureen Grubb, Margaret Gennello, Donna Evans, Phyllis Gervasio. ROW 4: John Frascella, Henry Ferry, Richard Ferry, Scott Grocott, James French, Vincent Frascella, George Foster, Charles Fischer, Thomas Flanigan, Nicholas Dudich, Armand Durastanti, Andrew Gazonas. 'ii SECTION 4B - ROW 1: Margaret King, Mary Anne Krisak, Valerie Koncz, Eva Gusz, Cynthia Hoffmann, Carol Hustak, Michele Kohan, Carol Kemp. ROW 2: Barbara Kinsley, Joan Kisielewski, Deborah Ko- valik, Colleen Keegan, Mary Ellen Karpovage, Patricia Klein, Deborah Hoey, Susan Kucay, Barbara Kuti, ROW 3: Keith Harvilla, Timothy Kinnevy, Patrick Kanda, Robert Kais, Scott Jones, Maurice Kerins, Wil- liam Jones, Richard Kelly. ROW 4: George Jeremias, James Krueger, Gerald Howell, William Hearney, Gary Jachetti, Bruce Hort, Paul Kon- das, Robert Gyenge, Ronald Kish, William Hamann. SECTION 5B - ROW l: Nancy Mahon, Donna McCarthy, Deborah Lake, Lorraine Lanzoni, Denise Lombardo, Karla Livolsi, Marianne Lewis, Denise Lettiere. ROW 2: Susan Lacomchiek, Judith Leibensper- ger, Maryann Kuti, Victoria Liberatori, Linda Masick, Diane Large, June Mastrangelo, Joanne Mazzola. ROW 3: Richard Maisto, Paul Lopresti, Jeffrey Mattis, Edward Maddock, Ronald Mangus, Ralph La- , "-' ' t ' ,L machia, Michael Malloy, Michael Lipski, Anthony Ligato. ROW 4: Theodore Matera, Richard Landerkin, John Mahon, Joseph Latoof, John Majoros, Kevin Larkin, Robert Larkin, William Lockwood, Stephen Maczinko, Joseph Maes, Gary McAbee, Bernard Maruca, William Maher. '47 ff' A - egpgw--R R- -ff---Wwgi SECTION 6B - ROW 1: Patricia Muro, Maryellen Murray, Claire Olszak, Marianne Mennuti, Andrea Mohr, Gayle Miller, Catherine Moore, Janet Paone. ROW 2: Linda McClanahan, Ramona Mirabelli, Kathleen McKeever, Kathleen Natriello, Diana Nucaso, Linda Metterle, Bernice Nolan, Nancy Noon, Adele Nowickii ROW 3: Donald Mot- tola, Stephen Mihalow, Alicia Nomejko, Janet Paglione, Dolores Mc- Clainn, Louise O'Shaughnessy, Nancy Morgan, Joseph Mule. ROW 4: John Monteverde, Donald Osvai, John Muka, Francis O'Malley, John Olexovitch, James McGovern, Leon Opalski, Patrick McClain, Dennis Norton, Michael McKeever, Phillip Migliarese, Patrick Oliver, Ronald Orson, Brian Meara, Francis Monti. Q-E, 'T' "Win-Q... 'KM' "i' Q Q gl! ., .,,. E . w H 5 f 1i-.,.:7,,.:i. ,,:,1 i Li.. I The skill of a good typist is increased by Mrs. John- s0n's daily drills. More than likely, Thomas Mrazik and Jane Marini wish they could have compared answers during the Spanish II test in- stead of after it. The study of Shakespeare takes on more meaning for Deborah Hoey and James De- Lucia when they examine a replica of the stage on which his plays were performed. SECTION 7B - ROW 1: Maureen Rick, Carol Sciarrotta, Patricia Phelan, Ann Phelan, Janell Romero, Maryanne Perilli, Patricia Rette, Joanne Scorsolini, ROW 2: Francine Papero, Donna Petronella, Rose Marie Stia, Valerie Rober, Alma Peters, Olga Serediuk, Linda Pizzuti, Patricia Peraino, Elaine Sabol. ROW 3: Flavian Stellerine, Patricia Zfft as Rose, Christine P'Simer, Theresa Randow, Helen Probasco, James Ronca, Joseph Petralia, Gary Ryan. ROW 4: Robert Scorsolini, Stanley Rapciewicz, Robert Spisak, Michael Sikorski, Jeffrey Revolinski, J0- seph Parsons, Daniel Parrotta, Richard Sheppard, Frank Pasierb, Rich- ard Russo, Paul Slachta, Louis Revesz, William Richards. L ,l f . , f' fits ' Q 4.1 i B SECTION 8B - ROW 1: Linda Turano, Patricia Tummillo, Marianne Toft, Eileen Vincent, Corinne Ungrady, Sue Ann Strong, Kathleen Wa- ters, Gabrielle Tallone. ROW 2: Barbara Tindall, Susan Vanisko, Nancy Walkowski, Lynn Worthington, Joan Wyers, Julie Van Reymersdal, Renee Valentino, Vivian Zuccarelli, Susanne Wolf. ROW 3: Christine Storcella, Debra Varga, Mary Ellen Toth, Deborah Storcella, Antoin- ette Tucillo, Eileen Warwick, Virginia Wysocki, Cynthia Stone, Doreen Tiscione. ROW 4: John Wilson, Stephen Williams, Richard Wieger, Allen Zamparelli, Lloyd Thomas, John Wysocki, Jerry York, Richard Such, Michael Zauner, Nicholas Wuensch, Thomas Tattory, Michael Zampini, Robert Tarnecki, Raymond Tamecki. oi , -wi , ,. v r e eel To inform students of the aca- demic and social life of differ- ent colleges is the main reason for College Night. Here Mary- anne Fusi and Rose Chiacchio ask questions about the college of their choice. College Night was held here on November 19. ACTI ITIE it -, '. f. -. .. -'ffgfigwfff-'nik A229-'-2' ef. ff-' , ps, gin: , G fwilfim Q x--Femme .mn W 5:4 6 aff' 45- 4 .- 'X -9' G ga. - 5'-ffgfwzdzwq' ffvfu.-'-1:1-3-..Jf,wa-IgaV:wit-3?Qg.2--.1vQ,,f-f,m2if,?gix,:N-uig5gf,,.v:,L,,QeZ? 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Wmwwmmwmmu H...-museum, Monsignor McCorristin, founder and director of SA, ad- dresses the student body on the occasion of the annual Stu- dent Council Installation. The following junior homeroom representatives pose for their compeers: Gayle Miller 6B, Corinne Ungrady 8B, Sheila Cro- nin 2B, Paul LoPresti 5B. Other junior officers include: Car- ole Angeline, Gary Bolino, Shirley Campbell, Mary Eileen Farley, Timothy Kinnevy, Deborah Hoey, Karla Livolsi, John Muka, Rose Marie Stia, Robert Scorsolini, and Michael Zauner. REFORM WEEP Student Council meetings are efficiently conducted by President Charles Pihokken under the guidance of Sister John Helene mod El'dt07'. On the shoulders of a good Student Council lies the re- sponsibility of being a mediator between faculty and stu- dents, between "those in authority and those who come under authority," as President Charles Pihokken so aptly stated in his installation address. On the same occasion Charles also emphasized the need that every student 'Sget involved" in everything that happens here. And this has been the aim of the '70 Student Council. To enable them to carry on their work more effectively this year, associate homeroom representatives were elected. Student Council officers now assist in keeping order in the halls at change of classes, Reading of the minutes of the weekly meetings keeps the student body alert to Student Council activities and progress. TUDE T CGUNCIL Giving assistance to the homeroom representatives are the various class presidents: Senior Robert Germani, Sophomore John Levandowski, Freshman Anthony Allegretti. Absent from the picture is Junior Michael Zampini. Preparing the order of business for the next Student Council meet- ing are THE BIG FOUR: President Charles Pihokken, Vice-presi- dent Barbara Volen, Treasurer Donna Bernocchi, and Secretary Kathleen Volz. Senior homeroom representatives are: Maureen Rudick 6A, Tim- othy Dechan ZA, Pat Marshall 4A, and Barbara Abbott IA. Also serving as senior homeroom officers are: Donald Calaiaro, Joanne Compagnucci, Steven Gore, Kathryn Fisher, Martin Levandow- ski, Doris Mathes, Christine 0'Brien, Michael Ponticelli, Gina Tottoroto, and Kristine Virok. 1 , , .QI 7 ,a , W f 4 4 , -, gg if ' 1, , W 5 -u "i ,J 1 x 'W 4' 2 ' 'W -f " ",, ' x jf M , X , ,, , . , , ,nw 3 4!"'Ah-. . .Q , ,, f K zzvh fi, 5, , an - '1'-, Q sl, CfTheref9 ma ic everywhere? . on JU IOR DAY i:5.,A3.,.,, Wg., - Y s I . ,,.,.,,. . 3' .af t . ,gift If "May I take your wrap?" inquires Angela Guadalupe of Georgeann Prem and Joe Bresnen, who have just arrived for the evening's festivities. ". . . T here's magic everywhere when you're young and in love . . ." . an f::12im'-.- . The long awaited day had finally arrived. For us as juniors, May 23 became the most important day in our three years at Saint An- thony. We were elevated to the rank of up- perclassmen and received our class rings as a sign of this promotion. First on the list of Junior Day activities was participation in Holy Mass. In his ser- mon, Father Bohnsack spoke about the sig- nificance attached to the school ring. After- wards, Father blessed the rings and each stu- dent proudly received his own. However, our happiness was not complete until our newly acquired prize had been turned the magic number of seventy times for good luck. After- wards we were dismissed in order to prepare for the eveningls festivities. When we returned that evening, we found not a cafeteria but a beautiful spring garden, complete with wrought-iron furniture and a fountain from which cascading water flowed. The perfect romantic touch was added by a silvery moon suspended in the Uskyf' Every- where the theme, "When You're Young and in Love," pervaded the atmosphere. The highlight of the Junior Dance came later when a prince and princess were chosen. The honor of being crowned SA's first Junior Dance Prince and Princess was given to Steven Gore and Doris Mathes. Although "our day" was over much too soon, traces of it will always remain in our treasured school ring. Immediately after the Mass on Junior Day, Fr. Bohnsack blessed the class rings of the future seniors. fl. .i , 4 4 With the presentation of a Spring Music Festil val in May, 1969, another "first" was added to the annals of Saint Anthony High. For three all- too-short evenings, the gym was "alive with the sound of music." The program featured performances in every conceivable phase of the musical arts. Under the direction of Mrs. Kemp, the Glee Club demon- strated its vocal talents through songs like "Stop- ping By Woods on A Snowy Evening" and "Im- possible Dream." Conducted by Mr. Salerno, the band performed "Malaguena" and several other selections with a really professional air. Individual talents were not neglected, either. Susan Gerstenacker, Deborah Lake, Diana Nu- caso, and Eileen Warwick joined in a rendition of "Spring Is Here,', while Lisa Tomasulo, Barbara Volen, Rocco Carsia, and Michael Levandowski sang their version of "Bye, Bye, Blackbird." A "jazz workshop" was presented by Michael Conti, Sam Masiello, and Vincent Vita. John De Lucia, Sam Masiello, and John Tomasulo, each a. skilled percussionist in his own right, combined for "Tone Poem,', a drum ensemble. Also included were several novelty dances, the most spectacular of which was "Dry Bonesf' per- formed in a cemetery setting by "skeletons" out- lined in luminescent paint. Four couples joined in a ballroom dance, to the melody of "Anniversary Waltz." The evening's entertaimnent came to an end with a demonstration by tl1e Color Guard, Twirlers, Drill Team, and Marching Band. John De Lucia steals the spotlight with his dynamic drum solo. "Ohhh, my feet are killing mel", complains Phil Pratico, anxiously awaiting the end of the waltz. I i K SPRING FESTIVAL REPLACES ANNUAL PLAYg CONCERT BAND, GLEE CLUB STAR Eileen Warwick, Susan Gerstenacker, Deborah Lake, and Diana N ucaso blend voices in a lively rendition of "Spring Is Here." Strange things can happen at the stroke of I2 in a graveyard! ST DE T P BL CATIO ,N Associate Editor Carol Stettner and Editor Susan Groh com- Theirs must be the best sports section ever. Working toward this bine efforts to produce a top-rate yearbook. goal are Lawrence Mirabelli, Chester Buzzelli, Sports Editor An- drew Bugay, and Michael Santilla. It's not all fun and games, but a good sense of humor helps in writing captions. Mem- bers of the 1970 Corristin staff include: Judith Scannella, Nannette Ellingham, Deborah Lukachik, Donna Bartlett, Rosemary Gallo, Mary Kennedy, Angela Maldera, Margaret Gill, and Theresa Makrancy. Absent from picture is Margaret Barkasy. SPARK I TERE T I SCHOOL ACTIVITIES K 3 Perhaps the most challenging of the extracur- Q ricular activities is writing for one of the three 1? publications, Much hard work and effort are put together toward the five issues of "The Antonian," the school newspaper. Happenings around the school, including both classes and extracurriculars, are reported effectively by an able staff. Feature stories and editorials add to the interest of the paper. Members of the 1970 "Corristin" staff report faithfully after school four days a week to Room 104. Selecting pictures and writing appropriate captions take up most of the time. Although pro- ducing the best yearbook imaginable seems at times impossible, it is all Well worth the labor when the completed '4C0rristin,' finally arrives in May. Last but not least is the "Talisman," a literary magazine. Its contents comprise the best creative writings produced by the English classes. Anyone may contribute to this magazine. -un-M-:it .ser Page one and two editors have added responsibilities. Here Felice Ronca, Pa- tricia Meeks, and Editor-in-Chief Susan Burns discuss the layout for an upcom- ing issue of the Antonian. Members of the Antonian staff continue their work in spite of the photogra- pher. SEA TED - Karen Knopp, James Ronca, Ruth Hughes, Patricia Quig- ley, Karen Galti. STANDING - Robert 0'Boyle, Joseph Brophy, Gregory Buddie, Thomas Mancuso, Donald Calaiaro. Karen Gatti is third page editor: Richard DiLouie, fourth page editor. James Ronca serves as staff photographer. M E-wig-fyb 1i. 2 S Q es.mgfi i pYiX,bf' ii .F v fm .J AA X' A its I WR M 5 f El a ff bf-4 Q x l. i W ,X gm. im E , 5 3 gr J 2 R .sw JF' AY I ik ff, iw Q Q ' A ' 2 51.1 .3 - k H in Q CLUB F0 TER STUDE T T LE TS Representing Third Order activities, Christine Bauer, Barbara Bachi, Michele Mraz, and Margaret Barkasy cut used Christmas cards and fashion them into attrac- tive holy cards for children in Puerto Rico. No school is complete Without some type of extra-curricular activities, and SA has its share. New this year are the Pep Club, the Ski Club, and the Music Appre- ciation Club. These are in addition to the career clubs, and the various music, jour- nalistic, and speech activities which have become part of the tradition here. Such organizations as the National Honor Society, Key Club, and Student Council are devoted to the development of character, leadership, and service. It's membership in any one or in several of these activities that gives the student a real sense of "belonging" The presidents of the various clubs for the school year '69-'70: SEATED - Donald Calaiaro, Pep Club,' Donna Bartlett, Future Nurses' Clubg Doris Mathes, Red Cross: Thomas Janusz, Radio Club. STANDING - John Dzurkoc, National Honor Society: Joanne Chiappetta, Future Teachers' Club: Boris Sawula, Key Clubg John Bencivengo, Biology Club,' Barbara Bachi, Third Order. Jingle Bells? Although a little out of step, seniors John Kish, John Dzurkoc, Boris Sawula, Charles Pihokken, and junior Bob Gyenge spread the Christmas spirit by entertaining the old folks at Morris Hall. This project was sponsored by the National Honor Society, Monsignor McCorristin Chapter. FTER-SCHOOL Active members of the Forum Club, Karen Knopp, Patricia Quigley, Felice Ronca, Carol Kemp, and James Ronca, look up material for the next speech tournament. Karen placed third in Mercer County in the "Freedom's Challengei' speech contest, sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Four mission representatives, Car- ole Vonspreckelsen, Ellen Kozar, Olga Serediuk, and Kevin Mattis, show that giving is the Christmas spirit by filling a pifiata with the money they collected in their re- spective homerooms. N 1 1 1 1 Z 1 ACTIVIT E E RICH CURRICULUM Coordinating their actions, Brown and Gold twirlers and marching band provide a spectacular half-time show. Painting a sign for the first football game are: Mark Dzwileski, Geoffrey Sawyer, Henry Brown, Lawrence Mirabelli, and Richard DiLouie. All are members of the Pep Club, initiated in Septem- ber by Mr. Lally. Hardworking Key Club members Pat Mar- shall, Boris Sawula, and Charles Pihokken join forces in constructing the bonfire for the evening pep rally before the Notre Dame game. 585152 i wqf 'N sf A 'wi-M ' W We --liw Xzl., N -A GAA SHOW, HIGHLIGHT OF PRI G SEAS Q s ' X QR V"- The smiling faces of these Brown Team participants are evidence enough of another point in their favor. '4What's the matter with kids today?" This is the question which opened the fourth annual GAA Show in April, 1969. After long weeks of prac- tice and rehearsal, the Brown and Gold teams per- formed their routines to "standing room only" crowds all three nights. New among the numbers this year were the "Novelty Dancef' the "Folk Dancef' and the "Generation Gap." Other new events included the c'Charleston," the "Disco-Dolls," and the "litter- bugf' Of course, the old favorites of past years -- vocal solos, skits, modern jazz, and pantomime - still remained to enchant the audiences. Committees were appointed by each team to decorate the gym appropriately to set the mood. Clowns assisted the performers in various ways. Usherettes collected tickets and distxibuted pro- grams to the audience. Costumes were made by the girls themselves. At the end of the second night the score was tied, but the final perform- ance decided the winner - the Gold Team. Captains for the 1970 GAA Show, which takes place too late in the season to be included in the 1970 Corristin, will be Donna Bernocchi and Bar- bara Abbot. Mistress of Ceremonies will be Lisa Tomasulo. .-in Memories of an old-time picnic are relived as Karen Gatti, Patricia Quigley, Victoria Wallace, Susan Burns, Patricia Meeks, Karen Knapp, and Carol Stettner prepare an enjoyable meal. U25 miles to go, my feet are hurtin' mighty bad." But that didn't stop these girls. M ometimes in llnnterm As the clock struck twelve, Richard Daly and Charmaine Emdey were crowned king and queen of the prom. Members of the Court were.' Charles Pihokken and Donna Bernocchi, Stanley Zaborniak and Ann Ea- varone. "Sometimes in Winter I love you when the good times Seem like memories in the Spring That never came . . ." The long awaited night of our Senior Prom, February 20, finally arrived and is now among our treasured memories of high school life. After arriving at Cedar Garden Restaurant and being greeted by our chaperones, we entered the ballroom, done in our chosen color scheme, of royal and powder blue. To many of us this brought thoughts of icicles and snow-capped mountains, fitting our theme g'Sometimes in Winter." About 8:15, a dinner of soup, salad, vegetables, and sirloin steak was served. Then the couples proceeded to the dance floor. Music was provided by Lenny Enaurato and his orchestra. Later came the Grand March in which senior couples were introduced for selection of the queen. At midnight the new queen, Charmaine Emdey, was crowned by Father Holup. 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ROW 3: Head Coach Tony Nitti, Steve Williams, Hank Ferry, Scott Grocott, Bill Spencer, Rich Jablonski, Bob Tedder, Mike Calisti, Pat McClain, John O'Shaughnessy, George Kish, Pat Dooling, Joe Shekiro, Tony Pantaleoni, Asst. Coach Tom Kelly. .Q iw 5? 3 5 us 5 5 !' s 5 Grazing in the grass! - Quarterback Dennis Hardiman rises slowly after being dumped by an oncharging lineman. People gotta be free! -- Speedster John Dzurko buzzes through the Hornet defense, searching for daylight. ELEVEN GRIDDER MAKE ALL-COUNTY Odds are against you! - Tenacious Iron Mike defense stacks up against a Hornet runner. TEAMS Football's centennial season exploded upon the autumn scene with its usual color, pageantry, and intensity. The beginning of the 1969 season possessed all this and seemed to hold much more for the ardent followers of the Iron Mikes. This year's crop of players was one of the finest productions of the Coach Nitti football machine. Proving that hard work and perseverance pay off, the '69 Iron Mikes placed eleven players in the All-County Squad. Leading the team to these honors were Bill Mc- Clain, John Marion, Kevin Fisher, Rick Daly, George Kish, Rich Bianchi, and John Dzurkoc. On defense, stars Denny Hardiman, Bob DiFalco, Marty Levandowski, and Mike Mihalow shone for the Mikes. But it wasn't just a few players, it was the whole team that gave SA fans a cause to cheer. IRON FILINGS: John Dzurkoc ran back two kickoffs, Joe Bakter was credited for a safety, and John Marion had eight receptions in one game for new school records. Defensive tackle Marty Levandowski picked up a fumble on the 23 yard line and raced 77 yards for a touchdown. . . . John Dzurkoc was named "Mr. Football." Rich Bi- anchi boasted 168 career tackles. Let's face it! - Hard-nosed Iron Mike offense sets down for a hard hitting season. ,,. .,1.- J:-defy! One Way -- Do Not Enter! - Blitzing defenders try in vain to penetrate a staunch SA of- fensive squad. Grabbing the bull by the horns! - Linebacker Steve Williams forces an Irish runner to bite the dust. They're off and running! - SA starts off with a booming kick and races downfield to cover the kick-off. You keep me hangin' on! - Psyched Brown and Gold tack- lers haul down a scrambling quarterback on the Notre Dame gridiron. Laying it on the line! - Amazing John Dzurkoc the team's scoring leader, hits paydirt for six. Is that all there is! - Coach Tony Nitti discusses game plan with quarterback Denny Hardiman before the opening kick-off. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM -- ROW 1: Bob Manuguerra, Marty Miller, Bob Apgar, John Gaughan, Phil Bruccoleri, Jim McGovern. ROW 2: Head Coach Frank Bencivengo, Peter Falconio, Rich Cartlidge, Mark Falconio, Nick Soli- mando, Joe Maes, Mark Kozicz, Don Botteri. ROW 3: Asst. Coach Tom Kelly, Ed Gore, Rich Ferry, Joe Andahazy, John Cary, John Monteverde, George Bart- lett, Chuck Cunningham. Come fly with me! - Junior halfback Steve Williams after receiving the kick-off, attempts to shake off an air borne defender. -Q X i fi i Y C xii, ,H ,M , YH: 'gy ' or Q MK 'T ' 57 lf.-,pan-nut' 0i pu-'1-H'-F'- Ii'-E' .,,.,.......---L Q, SOCCER TEAM - ROW 1: Joe Brophy, Mike Pietras, Tim Kinnevy, Tony DiStephano, Boris Sawula, Ken Rylak, Bob Germani, Herb Wie- ner. ROW 2: Barry Pelletteri, Bill Micharski, Henry Hollender, Noel DeBlois, John Wysocki, John Kish, Phil Pratico, Head Coach Paul Kaszyc, Asst. Coach Tom DeVito. ROW 3: Frank Cuiule, Joe Latoof, Keith Harvilla, Rich Kelly, Ed Schultz, Bill Kerlin, Tim Rooney, John Schumacher, Joe DiBartolo. ROW 4: Charlie Pierson, Mike Conti, Greg Larkin, Mark Kremar, Bill Raney, Bob Puhalski, Rich Dell, Kevin Larkin, Mark Burns, Rich Sost. "You did it!" - Coach Paul Kaszyc singles out one of the few Iron Mike mistakes dur- ing halftime appraisal. MIKE BOGTERS PRO E THAT AGILITY i AND AGGRESSIVE ESS COU T On the ball! -- Showing perfect form, Junior Tony DiStephano prepares to boot a cornerkick to his waiting teammates. 1 A az., Keep the ball rolling! - Center Boris Sawula, following up a chip from John Wysocki, boots a shot on goal. 59 Despite less than glowing pre-season predic- tions, the varsity soccer team, under the direction of Coach Paul Kaszyc, had another very success- ful season, finishing with a 9-5-2 record. This was the second consecutive year the Mikes brought home a winning season. Among the regular stand- outs for the Mike booters were All-County selec- tions: Herb Wiener, Ken Rylak, Tim Kinnevy, Bob Germani, and John Kish. The team showed the desire and aggressiveness needed to win and was triumphant in nearly every contest. Though plagued with injuries to key play- ers, they never lost spirit. In fact, the Brown and Gold encountered a difficult schedule, with two of its opponents going on to the State Tournament. SOCCER SCRIPTS: Ken Rylak and Herb Wie- ner gained All-State Parochial Prep berths . . . The SA booters provided the best record in school his- tory . . . After a slow start, which kept them out of the State Tournament, the Iron Mikes came back with a sensational second half. In the back of his mind! - Searching a tearnmate, fullback Ken Rylak is kept honest on a sideline throw-in. . at rsss ., . ii- " . .. , h-serif? rt . rg. . ....,,...,,... V. ..,f 1 MQ? A .,..:-, 'z . lg'-if 4 .Q ,,-2.12: , ,mv pf R? QQ ff 32 r fe ng Q 1 f H N 9 2 4 i A . K ,EiE1."' n -mifw 5 3 R se, Q., 4 WW ' if f x ...PJ ' , 4 mi 1 vi I. my ff ..,- Q., , .fw1,,Jif9? . I ' ' .,,,1ewW"1'N ' X - 1. PROVES THERE' O PLACE LIKE HO E FOR COURT TERS Up in arms- Center Steve Mac Zinko battles two Cathedral defenders for possession Ofqfhei ball. Under the direction of Coach Doug Hice, an experienced and determined SA squad faced the tough opposition of such Mercer County teams as Ewing and Trenton Central, and the team fell to strong opponents in the form of parochial powers, Don Bosco and Christian Brothers' Academy. But the will to win sparked the players to overcome a disappointing first-half. In their second round of play, the Mikes, spirits were high and the cagers racked up five consecu- tive victories, finishing the season with eight wins, seven of which were played on the home court. Pivoting around high-scoring Junior Steve Mac Zinko, the Mikes, offense proved to be threaten- ing. Long-range accuracy and aggressive spirit were the trademarks of Captain John Kish, of Denny Hardiman, and of southpaw Steve Gore. Newcomer Noel De Blois made a big contribution to our outside attack, and Mr. Hice lost nothing in reserves: Bill Linder, Phil Pratico, Bill Mc- Clain, and Bob Martin. TWINE TICKLERS: Against Mater Dei, Steve Mac Zinko scored the Mikes' highest individual output, 32 points . . . Brown and Gold averaged 63 points per game . . . Center Steve Mac Zinko, boasting an 18.6 average, eamed a first team All- County berth . . . John Kish, Denny Hardiman, and Noel DeBlois received honorable mention. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM -- ROW 1: Bill Linder, Noel De Blois, John Kish, Al Zamparelli, Tony Ligato. ROW 2: Coach Doug Hice, Denny Hardiman, Steve Gore, Bill McClain, Steve Mac Zinko, Bob Martin, Ron Kish, Phil Pratico, Neil Apoldite. J 01111 Clancy VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES . Hamilton . .. Steinert . Ewrng .. Trenton . . Cathedral . Don Bosco Holy Cross Hun .. Trenton . Ewmg . Cathedral . CBA Steinert Holy Cross . Mater Dei Notre Dame . Hamilton . . St. Joe's . . Cathedral . .. Trenton . Don Bosco Notre Dame Us hi LEWI BROTHER LEAD MIKE HARRIER In bringing another winning season C8-71 to the Brown 8: Gold, the '69 Cross Country Team, spurred on by the coaching of Mr. Bruce White, showed its ability to come out ahead despite tough opposition. Taking into consideration the fact that only three letter- men, Dave Pollack, Mike Lewis, and Bill Lewis, were returning, Coach White was not too optimistic about the 196-9 season. How- ever, through hard work and driving deter- mination, along with the fine efforts of seniors Al Vincent and John Szucs, and sophomores Rich Small, Jim Dolan, and Bob Wiegand, the Mikes produced a winning season. This year's varsity team proved that pride and practice pay off. COUNTRY CLIPS: A great team effort produced a win over the peremiial power- house, Steinert .,.. With eight harriers re- turning next year, SA can well expect to be Number One. CROSS COUNTRY - ROW 1: John Muka, Jim Dolan, Bill Lewis, Rick Small. ROW 2 :Dave Pollack, Mike Lewis, Al Vincent, John Szucs, Bob Weigand. What a way to go! - Harriers surge ahead in a dash which brought a well deserved victory to the "Brown and Gold." The Lone Ranger runs again! -- Senior Mike Lewis breaks away from the pack as he travels across the course en route to the finish line. VARSITY TRACK TEAM-ROW 1: Joe Latoof, Joe Mule, Pat Mc- Clain, Don Calaiaro, John Majoros, John Szucs, Al Vincent, Bob Di- Falco, Pat Kanda, Jeff Grochala, Head Coach Bruce White. ROW 2: Bill Lewis, Gary McAbee, Rich Small, Nick Ilku, Matt Astore, Leon Lackey, Paul Maffei, John Muka, Jack Mahon. ROW 3: Mike Zampini, Rich Latella, Dave Kolesar, Jim Dolan, Mike Beech, Al Borgianini, John Wilson, Rich Naples, Tom Mahon, Mike Lewis, Asst. Coach John Lally ROW 4: John McManimon, Bob Wiegand, Joe Mattonelli, John Dough- erty, Joe Shekiro, Vince Yarmlak, Paul Slachta, Scott Jones, Vince Au- letta, Asst. Coach Joe Caloiaro, ROW 5: Denny Fisher, Rich Sost George Bartlet, Vince Cuiule, Dave Pollack, John Zubricky. E I Getting the lead out - Senior weightmen Don Calaiaro, John Zu PROMISES WINNING SEAS Speed, stamina, and strength are the makings of a cham- pionship track team, and none of these qualities are lacking in SA's varsity squad. Last season the hopes of the cinder- men rested on the performance of certain individuals in each field. But this year, the squad may prove to be the best balanced team in the school's history. Even though the weight, jumping, and sprinting departments are the team's specialties, its depth will enable them to be re- spected as a feared adversary. TAPE MEASURES: Existing school records in the javelin, shot put, pole vault, and broad jump events may be shattered this season . . . 75 '76 of the team will return next season, promising great potential for the future. Ahead of their times - Racing against the clock, track stand- outs Bob Di Falco, John Szucs, AI Vincent, and Dave Pollack head for the finish. I ,vhzilm 52 ss,,, p E ,' r I f'fL- iii V f bricky, and Vince Cuiule look on, as Vince Auletta heaves the shot put. 19 0 MIKE NINE EYE TATE TOURNAME T Outfield in motion - Outfielders Henry Hollender, Boris Sawula, and Bob Germani run through practice maneuvers before the opening tilt with Ewing. Special delivery - Southpaw hurler Steve Gore shows the form which earned him a spot in the start- ing rotation. Big guns - Supplying the long ball threat for the Mikes' offense are sluggers Gary Walters and Rich Bianchi. 66 The crack of the bat is the green light for the '70 edition of the SA baseball squad. With the dedication and encouragement of Coach Tom De Vito, the Mikes seem to have what it takes - the enthusiasm and desire to play good ball. Re- lying on senior veterans, the team improved play in the field and took on many formidable Mercer County foes, The blending of experience and wil- lingness brightened prospects for both present and future. The steady performances of outfielders Boris Sawula, Bob Germani, and Henry Hollender and of infielders Rich Bianchi, Gary Walters, Mark Zoltanski, John Dzurkoc, and Tim Kinnevy highlighted the season. On the mound, Steve Gore, Rick Dell, and Jim McGovern contributed to keep- ing this yearis baseball squad c'The Pride of the Mikesf' LINE DRIVES: The Mikes field ten returning lettermen this year .... The team looks forward to another shot at the state championship this season. . . . Proving their explosive power, the Mikes scored ten runs to deadlock Ewing in the opening tilt Doubleheader - Iron Mike Coach Tom De Vito exchanges line-up cards with the Tornado pilot prior to the game. VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM - ROW 1: Tommy Flynn, Rick Dell, ROW 3: Tony DiStephano, Dan George, Bob Apgar, Steve Mihalow, Bob Germani, Mark Zoltanski, Tony Pantleone, Jim McGovern, Bill Jim Climeczak, Jeff Wilson. ROW 4: Charlie Cunningham, Gary Mc- Linder, Coach Tom DiVito. ROW 2: Tim Kinnevy, Jim DeLucia, Steve Donald, Bob Gygenge, Tim Rooney, Rick McDonough, Frank Warasz, Gore, Rich Bianchi, Boris Sawula, John Dzurkoc, Henry Hollender. Gary Walters. "On Wisconsin" sets the pace for twirlers, Gail Oswald, Deborah Kovalik, Patricia Lauer, Robin Fornal, and Nancy Mahon, to perform their routine during halftime ac- tivities at football games. DRILL TEAM AND CGLGR GU RD PLACE Spirited Iron Mike Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders always on hand to spur the boys on to victory include: Donna Bernocchi fforegroundj, Pam Ap- gar, Maryanne Ialacci, Lisa Tomasulo, Juda Persi, Pam Bryce. Back row - Gabrielle Tallone, Lynn Gerstnicker, Karla LiVolsi, Vicki Corti. Representing the gymnastics team are Susan Chesner, Georgeanne Prem, Nancy Morgan, Mary Kennedy, Rose- anne Chiacchio, Doris Tiscione, and Maureen Rhodes. Nz' ,QQ A .. , . et ..Q..,, Q . A ,t... ----' fgj of me Xkxtftfiliv wk s ,X 5 The newest addition to the girls' activities is the Ballet Workshop, represented here by Sandra Perry and Linda Parichy fkneelingj and Judith Johnson, Mary DiFalco, Mau- reen Hutchinson, Kathleen Caprario, Julie Sabol, Maryann Perrilli, Deborah Tafs, Anna Mottola, Janella Romero, Patricia Suder, and Judith DeBlois. N AREA COMPETITIO Enlivening all JV basketball games are JV cheerleaders: Joanne Fiorvanti, Julie Falchi, Nancy Mahon, Nancy Hoffman, Lor- raine Jachetti, Lola Rossi, Carmine Tuscillo, and Barbara Abbot. To the drum maiorette goes the duty of di recting all half-time activities on the field Eileen Shaw handles the responsibility well Rose Chiacchio and Judy Leibensperger serve as her assistants. As we all know, the sports' scene here is not domi- nated by men only. Girls, too, display their talents by participating in athletic events sponsored by the Physical Education Department. Volleyball proves to be a favorite among many of the girls, and pitching and batting soft balls retains its popularity among many fans. Though they didn't win, the basketball team scored points in four action-filled intra-scholastic matches. Still in its infancy, the gym- nastics team showed promising prospects on parallel bars and floor mats, as they attempted daring feats. To augment poise and co-ordination, a ballet Work- shop was initiated in September by Mrs. Abbot. Hon- ors came this year to the drill team and color guard, who earned first and second place in the Greater Dela- ware Valley Competition. Mrs. Mains and Mr. Donlen are responsible for this success. Officially culminating the year is the Annual Sports Banquet, during which both boys and girls are re- warded for their participation in various athletic endeavors. GIRL FI D PORT l Keeping the ball rolling is the Brown and Gold Bowling Team.' Row I -- Elsa Riccio, Cindy Hoffman, and Rosemary Pizzallo. Row 2 - Nina Picolella, Christine Van Pelt, and Charlene Tattory. Row 3 - Ellen Laufenberg, Barbara Giu- dici, Kathy Dell, Beverly Kmetz, Frances Guscior, Barbara Metterle. MFU M PART OF SCHOOL "Practice Makes Perfect." That is the motto of our softball team. Here Patty Klein, Debbie Hoey, Kathy Natriello, Shiela Cronin, Coach Mrs. Corti, T essie Randow, Donna Belyung, and Diane Boyle prepare to do their thing. Leading Iron Mike fans in one of their many cheers are the football cheerleaders: Gabrielle Tallone, Lynn Gerstnicker, Pam Bryce, Donna Bernocchi, Vicki Corti, and Karla Li Volsi. Intramural events keep the girls in trim for basketball. Here Barbara Kuti and Kathy Bublewicz jump it up to start the game. Coaching the team is Mrs. Dooling. Qi, W X53 ...Q ' v i , K Seniors Judy Scanella and Ruth Ann Hughes fkneelingj, Carol Stettner, Vicky Wal- lace, Margaret Gill, Joan Arkus, and Donna Correnti represent the '69-'70 Volley- ball Team. One of the main activities in gym class is volley ball. Here Margaret Geraci and Theresa Chia petta prepare to receive a volley. SENIGRS Pink and gold emblems Faded gym suits Patched blazers . . . Traces Crumpled test papers Half-filled notebooks A '4Vote Yes ISN button . . . Just traces Exchanged name cards Autographed yearbooks A white and gold tassel . . . Traces E IOR LEAVE HALL OF SA JANET ARNOLD JOSEPH AULETTA BARBARA ABBOTT LAWRENCE ANGELINI JOAN ARKUS EDWARD AUGUSTYN LORRAINE BABICE VINCENT AULETTA TO MEET CHALLE GE GF THE 97095 3- Sgr' Qwf' BARBARA BACHI JOSEPH BAKTER MARGARET BARKASY DONNA BARTLETT Traces. Bits of long ago dance erratically down dark mind-tunnels. Silent torrents flow unceasingly, searching out tiny crevices. f'Do you remember?" Shoving, pushing, caught up in a spasm of desperate urgency, they attack the barrier of forgetfulness. "Do you remember?" The force of years past strains against the wall. There-a crack! "Do you remember? Yes, yes! Traces squeeze through rapidly in a continuous stream . . . lt was freshman year, I think, and we were filtering a solution in physical science class and someone poked a hole in the filter paper and all the lead dripped back into the liquid and we couldn't get it out. 251 for chewing gum and get rid of it now . . . What -no more tuna fish? . . . Come on Brown, come on Gold . . . First bell prayers, second bell boys, third bell girls . . . Where is the second floor new wing? Boy, are those freshmen wise! A few of them actually walked down sophomore hall this morning. Who do they think they are? Table ll, fifth lunch, report to the cafe- teria at dismissal . . . "To be, or not to be . . Y'-How does the rest go? Somebody said we have to cut up frogs! A Latin test-today? Just think, next year we get to sit on the chairs instead of these bleachers. Junior Dance . . . Will you turn my ring? Folk Masses . . . Friday activity . . . Did anybody do the chemistry problems? Beat the Irish . . . Whoever said senior year is the easiest should have my schedule. History debates . . . All students to your home- rooms and close the doors . . . College boards, . . For the Brown and Gold we're cheering . . . Measurements for caps and gowns already? Sign my yearbook . . . Hail Saint Anthony's . . . But we must go on . . . to meet the challenge . . . "To strive, to seek, to find." Choosing a college always proves to be a problem. Sister Pauline gives some helpful hints to Angela Maldera. 75 'I TRACES . . . Cylfemories the pages 2 At test time economics proves to be more difficult than it appears. CHRISTINE BAUER DONNA BERNOCCHI RONALD BINZ MARK BERLINGER RICHARD BIANCHI PAULA BLACKBURN After lunch, students take a welcome break and get some fresh air before returning to class. f mawwkgljsixr W 11... -"M """' , -NW-. ' m --W .. ,M--V f-f- J pressed between J 0 my mind 'Q 1" K 4-'f""' JOAN BLANCHE THOMAS BOYLE JOSEPH BRESNEN vw' mmf' JO ANN BRIEL JOSEPH BROPHY HENRY BROWN CYNTHIA BRUSCHI WILLIAM BRYAN PAMELA BRYCE KATHLEEN BUBLEWICZ 77 THREE AMED SEMI-FI ALIST S FIVE RATE LETTERS IN NMSQT Patricia Meeks is elated after receiving a Letter of Commendation in the National Merit Test. Sharing her enthusiasm are Boris Sawula, Felice Ronca, Patricia Quigley, and Karen Knopp, who also received letters. GREGORY BUDDIE ANDREW BUGAY SUSAN BURNS CHESTER BUZZELLI , ,, L F , 3 HONORA CARLISI KATHLEEN CAMPBELL MARGARET CARR PATRICIA CARY DONALD CALAIARO BRUCE CARNALL VITO CAMMISA GRACE CAPONI Pat Marshall, Susan Groh, and Susan Burns brought great credit to the Brown and Gold when they achieved the rank of semi-finalists in the National Merit Test. Receiving the unconsecrated hosts from Stephen Gore is Fr. Bohnsack, who celebrated the Mass for Junior Day. KATHLEEN CHASE SUSAN CHESTER IOANNE CHIAPPETTA THERESA CHIAPPETTA JAMES CICCARELLI MICHAEL CICHOCKI JOANNE COMPAGNUCCI MICHAEL CONTI STAN A N., Q-"4" DONNA CORRENTI WILLIAM CRAIG CYNTHIA CREA DONNA CUCINOTTA VINCENT CUIULE SALVATORE CURTO RICHARD DALY RAYMOND DAVIDSON RICHARD DILOUIE CAROLYN DIMATFEO CAROL DIMATTIA DEBRA DIXON NOEL DEBLOIS l A TIMOTHY DECHAN A RALPH DEMARCO ROBERT DIFALCO TRACES . . . Cifln old book when you cannot read the writing anymore 99 Absorbed by Jeffrey' Grochala's explanation of the transistor are Ronald Spych and Ronald Binz. MICHAEL DOLAN EILEEN DOWNEY JANET DUDAS JOHN DZURKOC TRACES , , C71 song hafheard through a closed doorw EDWARD EARLEY NANNETTE ELLINGHAM MARK DZWILESKI ANN MARIE EAVARONE JANICE EBERT CHARMAINE EMDEY JOHN FASANELLA MAUREEN PINK KATHRYN FISHER KEVIN FISHER JANICE FLYNN ROBIN FORNAL GERALD FOWLER Starvation-struck William Micharski sets his hungry eyes upon a lonely pork roll. ees. W Ja?"' Q. Y'-wi" fn iv' WY' hw IOSEPHINE FRAGALE RONALD FRANCO WILLIAM FRANKO TERESA FRECH MARY ANN FRENCH ROSEMARY GALLO ff .em H W.. f no m "Iron Mike" Richard Di Louie, Edward Gore, and Leon Lackey lead the Pep Club through a few warm-up cheers before the Pep Rally. KAREN GATTI MAUREEN GAUGHAN SUSAN GELAK CHARLES GERACI Thought is no stranger to these English students, who give serious consideration to the development ofa theme. MARGARET GERACI ROBERT GERMANI LAWRENCE GERNHARDT MARGARET GILL wv"'1 JI I BARBARA GIUDICI STEPHEN GORE SUSAN GROH MARIE GROVER JEFFREY GROCHALA MICHAEL HAMANN Who said sixth period is lunch? JAMES GROGAN DENNIS HARDIMAN DAVID HENDERSON RICHARD HENRY HENRY HOLLENDER BRUCE HOLLIDAY Checking the senior book list, Michael Pitonyak is amazed to see the number of books he has yet to read. ELAINE HORKAY JOSEPH HOYER MICHAEL HRABCHAK RUTH HUGHES M Mmm at I . DEIRDRE HUNT I I 1 I Debates really brightened up U.S. History II class W this year. Participating in a discussion on racial equality are Susan Chester, Deborah Remoli, John Fasanella, and John Szucs. VIRGINIA HURLEY THOMAS HUTCHINSON RICHARD JABLONSKI Caught in the act while "studying" the laws of probability are our future physicists. JUDITH JANOVICS THOMAS JANU REGINA JONES WALTER KANIU 4A LEADS THROUGHGUT YEARBOOK PATRGN DRIVE x ,f H KANKA ALICE KAPP MAUREEN KELLY MARY KENN GEORGE KISH JOHN KISH JANET KISIELEWSKI KAREN KNOPP CLASS OF '70 AMO G' E 1 ANTHONY KOBYLARZ LINDA KONNYU DAVID KOSTINAS MICHAEL KOSZTYU ELLEN KOZAR JOANNE KRISAK - rr--,.- FIR T IN NH HERE Boris Sawula had the honor of lighting the candle of Scholarship at the initial induction ceremony of the National Honor Society held here in November, 1968. I DONALD KRULEWICZ LUCILLE LAMACHIA DEBORAH LARGE PATRICIA LAUER After lighting the candle of Leadership at the induction ceremony, Susan Burns urges her fellow members to undertake the responsibility of good example. WILLIAM LARKIN ELLEN LAUFENBERG MARTIN LEVANDOWSKI MICHAEL LEWIS WILLIAM LINDER DEBORAH LUKACHIK No wonder Antonites find it hard to keep their minds on studies when they are surrounded by so much of nature's beauty. LINDA KONNYU- Linda Konnyu smiles jubilantly as Mr. Lally and Charles Pihokken fasten her robe of red velvet to complete her queenly garb during halftime of the Homecoming Game, November 15. z E 5 PAUL MAF FEI MARY MAGUIRE ROBERT MAINS THERESA MAKRANCY HOMECOMING QUEE ANGELA MALDERA FRANCIS MALEK THOMAS MANCUSO JOYCE MARHEFKA JOHN MARION PAT MARSHALL. CHRISTINE MARTIN SAMUEL MASIELLO STEVEN MASTALESZ DONNA MATERNIAK Speed and accuracy are the de- termining factors of Typing II, as demonstrated by Elvira Regoli and Nancy Staub on the diatype ma- chines. SUSAN BURNS, SUSAN GROH, PAT MARSHALI NAMED OUTSTANDING TEENAGERS OF AMERICA GLENN MATERNIAK DORIS MATHES KEVIN MA'I'I'IS GEORGIANNA WILLIAM MCCLAIN ROSEANN MCKEEVER MATYASOVSKY PATRICIA MEEKS DONNA MENICHELLI MICHAEL MERCATANTI WILLIAM METRIK BARBARA METTERLE SANDRA METTERLE WILLIAM MICHARSKI MICHAEL MIHALOW 98 Happy to leave school at two o'clock, excited students board the buses that will take them to see George Bernard Shaw's famous play "Pygmalion." The annual trip to McCarter Theatre in Princeton is sponsored by the English Department. , 1 JOAN MILLER CRAIG MOON .4,,,,.nv- Richard Jablonski sheds some light on a math analysis problem for the rest of the class. LAWRENCE MIRABELLI CYNTHIA MORABITO THOMAS MORGAN DIANE MOSCARELLO 3 SSN Si SS 1 f".?,fE:g.3gE MICHELE MRAZ ELIZABETH MUNI PATRICIA MYCOFF BETTY NATRIELLO FAITH NOWOSADKO LAURA OBERDING Intent on his work, Joseph Bresnen demonstrates his skill in mechanical drawing. ROBERT O,BOYLE CHRISTINE O'BRIEN Consul Gnaius Pompeius CRichard DiLouiej wears a disdainful look after being jostled, while Lawrence Mirabelli and Donald Olearchik look on with amusement. As consul, Richard presided over the Latin Banquet, which included wrestling matches and a Roman meal. DONALD OLEARCHIK ANTOINETTE ONOFRI ROBERT ORSON GAIL OSWALD ELIZABETH PANE KATHLEEN PANFILI H JOHN O'SHAUGHNESSY SHARON PANZOLINI JUDA PERSI CHARLES PIHOKKEN DAIRE PISARICK MICHAEL PITONYAK TRACES . . 47Wem0ries in bits f1: , John O'Shaughnessy explains how a belt may be balanced in seeming defiance of the laws of gravity, while a skeptical Diane Moscarello looks on. and pieces CECILIA PIZZULLO ROSEMARY PIZZULLO DAVID POLLACK MICHAEL PONTICELLI JANE POWNALL FELIX PRATICO GEORGEANN PREM PATRICIA QUIGLEY PATRICIA RANEY ELVIRA REGOLI NANCY REILLY DEBRA REMOLI Alterations are in store as Margaret Geraci and Kathleen Bublewicz give Pamela Bryce a helpful hand in home economics class. 1 l MAUREEN RHODES ROBERT RICHFORD SHIRLEY RICHMOND RALPH RIDOLFINO FELICE RONCA MAUREEN RUDICK JUDITH SANTARSIERO MICHAEL SANTILLA 'X -" ,W -Dwi 'ying tit , Q G , ltigfl i? Ejtllff .,mbfA v If 'Q tl 3 J-from fi' KENNETH RYLAK DONNA SALVATORE BORIS SAWULA GEOFF REY SAWYER Ts t it Kewl it -fm, .,, X nl MU, ,W 4 , f-.,. -W v-,. t W ,, .' A , -,, ,.,, -, MPA ' '-9.1. Q ,,, tw, 'f 4tW,,,,mf ,I my wma. Promising artists Charles Geraci, Ronald Spych and Patricia Lauer display their appreciation of the Muse by selecting the best products of students' talent. 105 ir dg,u..4 JUDITH SCANNELLA D'ANN SCARTOCCI ARTHUR SCHAUER JAMES SCHREIBER DEBBIE SERAFINE EILEEN SHAW Preparing for religion class, Mark Zoltanski finds helpful information in Truths Men LIVE By. 13:51:235as5vHI4Q:'f1If8S+xE'mwc." ' ' KW" WmK t s The showcase window holds the evidence of the artistic talents of SA 's students. TRACES . . . 6Tainted photographs covered now with lines and creases 99 JOHN SHELEN EDWARD SHULTZ KENNETH SLACK FRANCES SMITH ALEX SMOLKA CAROLE SORIERO WILLIAM SPENCER RONALD SPYCH NANCY STAUB KAREN STEMMER i Q, When snow begins to fall in this vicinity, Seniors' thoughts turn to their mid-winter holiday at Buckhill Falls in the Poconos. Skiing, skating, and sleighing, concluded by dinner CAROL STETTNER MARILYN STEVU1-AK at the "Chateau," are among the events of the day. DEBORAH STOUT DIANE STOUT ' SENIURS DISCOVER WINTER WONDERLAND IN THE HEART OF THE POCONOS LISA TOMASULO GINA TOTTOROTO Saint Anthony Church provides the setting for the seniors' final Mass together NADINE TRACCHI MATTHEW TRESANSKY LEONARD TROIANI MARYANN TYLUTKI an-ff' KATHLEEN VOLZ LAWRENCE WAGNER VICTORIA WALLACE GARY WALTERS KAREN UTZ ALBERT VINCENT I KRISTINE VIROK BARBARA VOLEN The graduates find a new meaning in the term "Last Supper," as they receive Holy Communion at Baccalaure- ate Mass. E E 2 Q , I 2 -Q 5 v I V. L , fi Traces of the past hold a special meaning on Graduation Night. The big moment has finally arriyed as the seniors approach the end of their high school career. EILEEN WEBER MARTIN WERESKI HERBERT WIENER LEON WITKOWSKI X NANCY WYLIE JOANNE YACCARINO MARY ANN YACOVINO JOHN YOUNG JOAN YUHAS STANLEY ZABORNIAK MARK ZOLTANSKI JOHN ZUBRICKY ,,,w,,. FACULTY DIRECTORY RT. REV. MONSIGNOR MICHAEL P. MCCORRISTIN, V.G., P.A.-Director SISTER M. JOHN JOSEPH, O.S.F.-Principal MRS. BERNARDINE ABBOTT-Physical Education, Girls' Sports SISTER M. AGNES FRANCIS, O.S.F.--English, French, "Corristin" and "Talisman" Adviser SISTER M. ALICE CECILIA, O.S.F.-Spanish SISTER ANN MICHELE, O.S.F.-Science, Bulletin Boards MR. FRANK BENCIVENGO--Science, Physical Education, Assistant Football Coach SISTER BERNADETTE, O.S.F.-English, "Antonian" Ad- vzser REV. WILLIAM BOHNSACK-Religion MR. JAMES BRESNEN--Business, Assistant Football Coach SISTER M. CECILIA AGNES, O.S.F.-Science SISTER CHRISTINE MARIE, O.S.F.--English MRS. DALE CHURNER-Mathematics MR. THOMAS DEVITO-Physical Education, Baseball Coach, Assistant Soccer Coach, Driver Education MR. WILLIAM DONLEN-Social Studies, Choral SISTER DORIS, O.S.F.-Science SISTER M. ELEANOR FRANCIS, O.S.F.-Business, Spanish MISS LUCINE FABIAN-English MRS. JOYCE FIRMAN-English, Reading Development, Future Teachers' Club SISTER M. FRANCIS CLARE, O.S.F.-Business, Stationery Store MR. JOSEPH GARRISON-Economics, German, Visual Aids SISTER MARY GIOVANNI, O.S.F.-Assistant Librarian MR. JOSEPH GLANDIS--Mechanical Drawing MRS. MARGARET HUSAR-Business MR. DOUGLAS HICE-Business, Basketball Coach REV. JOSEPH HOLUP-Religion SISTER M. JOHN HELENE, O.S.F.-Mathematics, Student Council Moderator MRS. MURIEL J OHNSON-Business MR. HARRY JONES-Social Studies MR. ROBERT KALDROVICS-Science SISTER KATHRYN, O.S.F.-Religion MR. RAYMOND' KRUPA-English MR. JOHN LALLY-Religion, Pep Club MISS MARY ANN LIPTAK--French, Red Cross MR. FRANK LOWENTHAL-Science, Mathematics MR. MICHAEL LUCIANO-English, Guidance, Forensics MRS. PAULINE MAINS-Physical Education, Health, Girls' Sports MISS ARLEEN MARCHISELLI-Business, Cheerleaders, Ski Club SISTER MARIE REGINA, O.S.F.-Latin, Studies SISTER MARGARET, O.S.F.-Spanish SISTER MARY LOUISE, O.S.F.--Mathematics, Lockers SISTER MARY MADELYN, O.S.F.-Mathematics, Guid- ance SISTER MIRIAM GRACE, O.S.F.-Religion, Mathematics, National Honor Society, Guidance SISTER MIRIAM WANDA, O.S.F.-Religion, Missions MR. ANTHONY NITTI-Physical Education, Director of Athletics, Football Coach MR. MAURICE O'DONOGHUE-Mathematics MR. PAUL ORDOG-Science SISTER PAULINE, O.S.F.-Mathematics, Guidance Director MR. THOMAS PRIORY-Social Studies MRS. VICKY PRYNOSKI-Art MR. JEROME REEBER-English SISTER REGINA MARY, O.S.F.-Religion, Third Order Moderator MRS. KATHLEEN RUDOLPH-Latin, Forensics MR. PAT SALERNO--Music, Choral, Band MR. ANTHONY SARLO-English MRS. DOROTHY SCHNORBUS-Librarian MR. JOSEPH SCHWENDT-Business, Driver Education, Cooperative Work Program MRS. LAURETTE TRACCHI-Home Economics MR. PETER TRAYERS-Social Studies, Guidance SISTER MARY VENTURA, O.S.F.-Radio, Radio Club MR. BRUCE WHITE-Social Studies, Guidance, Cross Country and Track Coach MISS LOIS YENCHA-Religion, Future Nurses Club MRS. BERNICE CARSON--Secretary MRS. HAZEL KLIM, R.N.-Nurse MRS. BETTY MENICHELLI-Assistant Custodian MR. THOMAS MORGAN-Custodian MRS. ANNA RYAN-Secretary MRS. AGNES THIBIDEAU-Secretary Always ready to provide supplies for needy Antonites is Sr. Francis Clare, who is in charge of the bookstore. SE IOR DIRECTORY BARBARA ANN ABBOTT, 18 Magnolia Lane, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Repre- sentative 2, 4, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowl- ing 4, Softball 4. LAWRENCE ANTHONY ANGELINI, 33 Pintinalli Drive, Our Lady of Sorrows. JOAN ARKUS, 610 Schiller Avenue, Holy Angels-Future Doctors' Club 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Bowling 3. JANET MARY THERESA ARNOLD, 111 Dayton Street, Holy Angels-Glee Club 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3, 4. EDWARD ANTHONY AUGUSTYN, 913 Park Avenue, Saint Anthony-Biology Club 2, Football 2, Track 2. JOSEPH PATRICK AULETTA, 2910 Princeton Pike, Saint Anthony-Biology Club 2, Football 1. VINCENT JOSEPH AULETTA, 73 Wind- ing Way, Saint Raphael-Biology Club 2, Baseball 1, Football 1, Track 2, 3, 4, Golf 1. LORRAINE DOROTHEA BABICE, 245 Maxwell Drive, Saint Raphael-Mission Promoter 1, Future Nurses' Club 2. BARBARA THERESA BACHI, 2 Moffatt Avenue, Saint Anthony-Glee Club 1, 2, Third Order 1, 2, 3, President 4, Red Cross Representative 4, Basketball 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH GEORGE BAKTER, 2096 Liberty Street, Saint Anthony-Baseball 1, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET ELIZABETH BARKASY, 608 Norway Avenue, Saint Anthony- Homeroom Representative 3, Mission Promoter 2, Glee Club 1, 4, Third Order 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, "Corristin" Staff 4, Future Secretaries' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 3. DONNA ELIZABETH BARTLETT, 16 Kenwood Terrace, Saint Raphael-"Con ristin'l Staff 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2. CHRISTINE THERESA BAUER, 1011 Hamilton Avenue, Immaculate Concep- tion--Homeroom Representative 1, Third Order 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 4, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MARK ANDREW BERLINGER, 16 Pa- tricia Lane, Saint Raphael-Band 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Track 2. DONNA LOUISE BERNOCCHI, 123 Ku- ser Road, Saint Joachim-Student Coun- cil Treasurer 4, Mission Promoter 3, Fu- ture Nurses' Club 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leader 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Gymnastics 3. RICHARD JACOB BIANCHI, 361 Com- monwealth Avenue, Saint Joachim-Bas- ketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. RONALD MICHAEL BINZ, 375 Connec- ticut Avenue, Saint Anthony-Red Cross Representative 2, Soccer 2, 3. PAULA MARIA BLACKBURN, Smiths- burg-Clarksburg Road, Our Lady of Mercy-"Antonian" Staff 4, Basketball 2, Volleyball 4, G.A.A. Show 4, Softball 4, Surf Club 3. JOAN MARIE BLANCHE, 421 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony. THOMAS AQUINAS BOYLE, 471 Hamil- ton Avenue, Immaculate Conception. JOSEPH JUDE BRESNEN, 63 New Cedar Lane, Holy Angels-Football 1. JO ANN THERESA BRIEL, 205 Barricklo Street, Holy Angels-Volleyball 3, Drill Team 3. JOSEPH GERALD BROPHY, 816 Revere Avenue, Immaculate Conception-"Am tonian" Staff 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4. HENRY JOSEPH BROWN, 1 Woodcroft Drive, Saint Gregory the Great-Glee Club 3, 4, Radio Club 4. CYNTHIA DIANE BRUSCHI, 111 Mason Avenue, Saint Anthony-Volleyball 1, G.A.A. Show 2. WILLIAM JOSEPH BRYAN, 51 Hemp- stead Road, Saint Raphael-Chemistry Club 3, Red Cross Representative 1, Soc- cer 3. PAMELA ANN BRYCE, 512 West Park Avenue, Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 4, Mission Promoter 4, Third Order 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 4, G.A.A. Show, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN MARIE BUBLEWICZ, 353 Tindall Avenue, Saint Anthony-Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, 'fCorristin" typist 4. GREGORY EDWARD BUDDIE, 132 Co- lumbus Avenue, Immaculate Conception -"Antonian" Staff 3, 4. ANDREW PAUL BUGAY, 4 Wharian Court, Saint Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 3, "Corristin" Staff 3, Sports Editor 4, Biology Club 2, Football 1. SUSAN CAROL BURNS, 120 Gropp Ave- nue, Saint Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Forensics 1, 2, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3. CHESTER JOSEPH BUZZELLI, 8 Blair- more Drive, Our Lady of Sorrows-"Con ristin" Staff 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chess Club 2. DONALD ROBERT CALAIARO, 1915 Hamilton Avenue, Immaculate Concep- tion-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Future Doc- tors Club 2, 3, Football 1, Pep Club Presi- dent 4. VITO LOUIS CAMMISA, 37 Conrad Street, Immaculate Conception. KATHLEEN SUZANNE CAMPBELL, 30 Francis Avenue, Saint Anthony-Volley- ball 1, G.A.A.,Show 2, Cheerleader 2. GRACE VIRGINIA CAPONI, 38 Century Way, Immaculate Conception-G.A.A. Show 1, Surf Club 3. NORA THERESA CARLISI, 524 Norway Avenue, Saint Anthony. BRUCE MICHAEL CARNALL, 106 Tut- tle Avenue, Saint Anthony-Mission Pro- moter 2, 3, Biology Club 2, Football 1, Track 3. MARGARET ANN CARR, 326 Redwood Avenue, Saint Raphael-Bowling Team 1. PATRICIA ANN CARY, 100 Wagner Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-Basketball 2, Soft- ball 1. KATHLEEN MARIE CHASE, 515 West Park Avenue, Holy Angels-Red Cross Representative 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3. SUSAN MARY CHESTER, 1048 Melrose Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 4, Glee Club 2, Future Secretaries' Club 3, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. JOANNE FLORENCE CHIAPPETTA, 2006 South Olden Avenue, Saint Raphael -Homeroom Representative 3, Red Cross Representative 2, 3, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, President 4, G.A.A. Show 3, 4. THERESA FRANCINE CHIAPPETTA, 2047 South Broad Street, Holy Angels- Glee Club 1, 4, Tennis 2, G.A.A. Show 3, 4. JAMES MICHAEL CICCARELLI, 35 Beal Street, Saint Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 2. MICHAEL FRANCIS CICHOCKI, 407 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony- Radio Club 4, Cross Country 2, Soccer 4. JOANNE MARIE COMPAGNUCCI, 34 Marcia Drive, Saint Raphael-Glee Club 2, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL CONTI, 64 Washington Street, Immaculate Conception-Band 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Stage Hand 1, Basketball 1, Football 1, Cross Country 1, Track 1, Soccer 1. 2, 4, Tennis 1. DONNA MARIE CORRENTI, 350 Gar- field Avenue, Saint Anthony-Glee Club 4, Red Cross Representative 1, 2, 3, Fu- ture Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM EDWARD CRAIG, 1307 Cham- bers Street, Immaculate Conception-BL ology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Stage Hand 1, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Tennis 1. CYNTHIA NANCY CREA, 623 Redfern Street, Saint Anthony-Glee Club 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1. DONNA ANNE CUCINOTIA, 28 Jamaica Way, Saint Raphael-G.A.A. Show 1, Bowling 1, 2. VINCENT ROBERT CUIULE, 309 South Cook Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Anto- nian" Staff 4, Biology Club 2, Soccer 4, Chemistry Club 3, Track 4, Pep Club 4. SALVATORE JOSEPH CURTO, 505 East Howell Street, Holy Angels-Glee Club 1, 2, Band 2, 3, 4. RICHARD THOMAS DALY, 830 Schiller Avenue, Holy Angels-Mission Promoter 1, Glee Club 1, Biology Club 2, Stage Hand 1, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1. RAYMOND JOSEPH DAVIDSON, 344 South Logan Avenue, Saint Anthony- Soccer 2, 3. NOEL FRANCIS DE BLOIS, 232 Rusling Street, Immaculate Conception-Basket ball 1, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2. TIMOTHY MICHAEL DECHAN, 529 Ce- dar Lane, Holy Angels-Homeroom Rep- resentative 4, Pep Club 4. RALPH MICHAEL DEMARCO, 66 Val- ley View Road, Saint Raphael-Band 1, 2, Radio Club 4. ROBERT MICHAEL DIFALCO, 27 Mar- cia Drive, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Representative 1, Baseball l, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3. RICHARD HARRY DILOUIE, 210 Ran- dall Avenue, Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 3, Sports Editor 4, Biology Club Vice-President 2, Tennis 2, School Mas- cot 4, Pep Club 4, National Honor So- ciety 4. CAROLYN ANN DIMATTEO, 852 Inde-- pendence Avenue, Saint Raphael-G.A.A. Show 3. CAROL ANN DIMATTIA, 522 East Franklin Street, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3. BARBARA ANN DITTRICH, 19 Abbey Place, Holy Angels. 'DEBRA LEE DIXON, 322 Cleveland Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 4, Pep Club 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL TERRENCE DOLAN, 28 Hast- ings Road, Saint Raphael. EILEEN CATHERINE DOWNEY, 467 Cleveland Avenue, Saint Anthony- G.A.A. Show 2, 3. JANET ELIZABETH DUDAS, 1034 Gen- esee Street, Holy Angels. JOHN JOSEPH DZURKOC, 20 Rotunda Drive, Saint Raphael-Class President 2, Key Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, National Honor Society Vice-President 3, President 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Cross Country 2. MARK PAUL DZWILESKI, 25 Atkins Avenue, Saint Anthony-Biology Club 2, Pep Club 4. EDWARD ROBERT EARLEY, 254 South Walter Avenue, Saint Anthony. ANN MARIE ELIZABETH EAVARONE, 128 Mott Street, Immaculate Conception -Mission Promoter 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Future Secretaries' Club 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. JANICE MARY EBERT, 9 Exeter Drive, Holy Angels-Biology Club 2. NANNETIIE SUE ELLINGHAM, 45 Car- lisle Avenue, Saint Vincent De Paul- Glee Club 1, Future Doctors' Club 2, 3, Tennis 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, "Cor- ristin" Staff 3, 4. CHARMAINE LOUISE EMDEY, 326 Woodside Avenue, Saint Raphael-Glee Club 1, Future Secretaries' Club 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. JOHN DOUGLAS FASANELLA, 401 East Howell Street, Holy Angels. MAUREEN ELIZABETH FINK, 65 Engle- wood Boulevard, Saint Raphael-Drama Club 3, Glee Club 1, 3, Tennis 2, Volley- ball 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2. KATHRYN JEWEL FISHER, 770 Inde- pendence Avenue, Saint Raphael-Home- room Representative 3, 4, Mission Pro- moter Secretary 2, Third Order 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1. KEVIN JOHN FISHER, 770 Independence Avenue, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Rep- resentative 1, Forensics 1, 2, Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Pep Club 4. JANICE MARIE FLYNN, 274 Lynwood Avenue, Saint Anthony. ROBIN LEE FORNAL, 117 Francis Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-Mission Promoter 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Future Nurses' Club 1, Volleyball 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3, 4. GERALD JOSEPH FOWLER, 44 Lime- wood Drive, Saint Gregory. JOSEPHINE THERESA FRAGALE, 1810 Liberty Street, Saint Anthony-Glee Club 1, Volleyball 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3. RONALD JOSEPH FRANCO, 820 Melrose Avenue, Saint Anthony. WILLIAM ANDREW FRANKO, 245 Lakeside Boulevard, Saint Raphael-Key Club 2, 3, Radio Club 4. TERESA MARY F RECH, 583 Bordentown Road, Holy Angels-Tennis 2, G.A.A. Show 4, Pep Club 4. MARY ANN LAURA FRENCH, 18 Fal- mouth Road, Saint Raphael-Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 3, G.A.A. Show 2, Soft- ball 2. ROSEMARY ANN GALLO, 236 Columbus Avenue, Immaculate Conception-"Con ristin" Staff 3, 4, Tennis 2, G.A.A. Show 4. KAREN ANN GATTI, 112 Lake Avenue, Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 3, Page Editor 4, Forensics 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Tennis 2, Volleyball 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MAUREEN ANNE GAUGHAN, 114 Rus- ling Street, Immaculate Conception-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 3, Future Teachers' Club 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses' Club 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Surf'Club 3. SUSAN ANNE GELAK, 80 Wagner Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-Mission Promoter 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Third Order 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 3. ROBERT BLASE GERMANI, 66 Wash- ington Street, Saint Joachim-Class Presi- dent 4, "Antonian" Staff 3, Key Club 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4. CHARLES JOSEPH GERACI, 997 White Horse Avenue, Saint Raphael. MARGARET HELEN GERACI, 997 White Horse Avenue, Saint Raphael. LAWRENCE GEORGE GERNHARDT, 464 Lynwood Avenue, Saint Anthony. MARGARET MARY GILL, 1316 Hamil- ton Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, National Honor Society 4, Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA MARIE GIUDICI, 149 Car- men Avenue, Saint Raphael-Mission Promoter 1, Tennis 2, Volleyball 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, Pep Club 4, Bowling 1, 3, 4. STEPHEN THOMAS GORE, 554 Centen- nial Avenue, Saint Anthony-Homeroom Representative 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2. JEFFREY JAMES GROCHALA, 68 En- glewood Boulevard, Saint Raphael- Radio Club 4, Football 4, Track 3, 4, Pep Club 4. JAMES MICHAEL GROGAN, 813 Revere Avenue, Saint Anthony-Key Club 2, 3, 4. SUSAN EILEEN GROH, 16 Beaumont Road, Saint Raphael-"Corristin" Staff 3, Editor 4, Forensics 2, Biology Club 2, Future Doctors' Club 3, National Honor Society 3, Vice-President 4. MARIE ELIZABETH GROVER, 1700 West McGalliard Avenue, Saint Raphael -Drill Team 3, 4. MICHAEL ALEXANDER HAMANN, 121 Dewey Avenue, Saint Raphael. DENNIS MICHAEL HARDIMAN, 48 Scattergood Avenue, Saint Anthony-Key Club 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2. DAVID RICHARD HENDERSON, 51 Samdin Boulevard, Holy Angels-Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4. RICHARD FRANCIS HENRY, 648 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony. HENRY RICHARD HOLLENDER, 4 Do- ver Road, Saint .Raphael-Homeroom Representative 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soc- cer 1, 2, 3, 4. BRUCE JOHN HOLLIDAY, 210 Maxwell Drive, Saint Raphael-Soccer 2. ELAINE MARIE HORKAY, 12 Hemp- stead Road, Saint Raphael-Drama Club 3, Glee Club 2, Red Cross Representative 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, Volleyball 3, G.A.A. Show 2, 3. JOSEPH JAMES HOYER, 29 McClellan Avenue, Holy Angels-Basketball 1, 3. RUTH ANN HUGHES, 246 Maddock Ave- nue, Saint Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Mission Promoter 1, Forensics 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 3, Band 1, Biology Club 2, Basketball 2, Tennis 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, Pep Club 4. DEIRDRE THERESA HUNT, 20 West Park Avenue, Holy Angels-Mission Pro- moter 1, Third Order 3, 4, Future Teach- ers' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Secretary 4. VIRGINIA KATHLEEN HURLEY, 156 Camp Avenue, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 3, 4. THOMAS PATRICK HUTCHINSON, 225 Kuser Road, Saint Anthony-Track 4. MICHAEL JOHN HRABCHAK, 27 Eliza- beth Avenue, Holy Angels-Biology Club 2, Football Manager 2, Pep Club 4. RICHARD JABLONSKI, 427 Johnston Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Pep Club 4. JUDITH ANN JANOVICS, 1020 Melrose Avenue, Saint Anthony-Drama Club 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS PAUL JANUSZ, 17 Unwin Drive, Saint Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 3, Radio Club 4, Forensics 1, 2, Base- ball 2, 3. 4, Cross Country 2, Track 1. REGINA CECELIA JONES, 1221 Genesee Street, Holy Angels-Glee Club 3, G.A.A. Show 1. WALTER THOMAS KANIUKA, 311 Cleveland Avenue, Saint Anthony. JOSEPH STEPHEN KANKA, 6 Mae Drive, Saint Raphael-Biology Club 2, Football 1, Track 3, 4. ALICE THERESA KAPP, 915 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony-Glee Club 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4. MAUREEN ANN KELLY, 84 Harcourt Drive, Saint Raphael-Biology Club 2, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4. MARY PATRICIA KENNEDY, 8 Benson Lane, Saint Raphael-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, Secretary 4, G.A.A. Show 3, 4, Gymnastics 3. GEORGE ROBERT KISH, 124 William Street, Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 4, Future Doctors' Club 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3. JOHN GERALD KISH, 109 Hansen Ave- nue, Saint Raphael-Class Vice-President 3, "Antonian" Staff 3, Key Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Biology Club 2, Future Doctors' Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. JANET ANN KISIELEWSKI, 673 Shady Lane, Our Lady of Sorrows. KAREN FRANCES KNOPP, 11 Irvington Place, Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, President 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 3. ANTHONY FRANCIS KOBYLARZ, 9 Moffatt Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Anto- nian" Staff 4. LINDA MARY KONNYU, 10 Seneca Lane, Saint Mary of the Assumption- Biology Club 2, Future Doctors' Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1. DAVID GEORGE KOSTINAS, 156 Locust Avenue, Saint Raphael-Radio Club 4. MICHAEL JOHN KOSZTYU, 4029 South Broad Street, Saint Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 2, Track 4, Soccer 1, 2, Golf Team 2, Pep Club 4. ELLEN MARY KOZAR, 16 Abbey Place, Holy Angels-Homeroom Representative 1, Mission Promoter 4, G.A.A. Show 3, 4, Color Guard 4, Drill Team 3. JO ANNE MARIE KRISAK, 1821 Arena Drive, Saint Raphael-Basketball 3, Vol- leyball 3. DONALD JOSEPH KRULEWICZ, 571 Centennial Avenue, Saint Anthony-Bas- ketball 1, 2, Football 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2. LUCILLE ANN LAMACHIA, 411 Cham- bers Street, Immaculate Conception- Homeroom Representative 3, Mission Pro- moter 2, Tennis 2, G.A.A. Show 2, 4. DEBORAH JEAN LARGE, 31 Unwin Drive, Saint Raphael-Mission Promoter 3, Drama Club 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club 1, Volleyball 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4. WILLIAM VINCENT LARKIN, 827 Re- vere Avenue, Saint Anthony-Football 1, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN LAUER, 10 Sandy Lane, Saint Raphael-Drama Club 2, Glee Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, Twirlers 3, 4. ELLEN LOUISE LAUFENBERG, 170 Redwood Avenue, Saint Raphael-Glee Club 1, Bowling Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Station- ery Store Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH PAUL LESKO, 870 Lalor Street, Saints Peter and Paul. MARTIN THOMAS LEVANDOWSKI, 158 Churchill Avenue, Saint Raphael- Class President 1, 3, Homeroom Repre- sentative 1, 4, Biology Club 2, Football 1, 3, 4, Soccer 2. MICHAEL JOHN LEWIS, 73 Englewood Boulevard, Saint Raphael-Key Club 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM THOMAS LINDER, 263 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony-Band 1, 2, Biology Club 2, Stage Hand 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Cross Country 1, Soccer 2, Pep Club 4. DEBORAH ANN LUKACHIK, 121 Pearl Street, Immaculate Conception-"Cor- ristin" Staff 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 3, 4, Pep Club 4. PAUL ANDREW MAFFEI, 236 Ardmore Avenue, Saint Anthony-Football 3. MARY ANN MAGUIRE, 425 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT ANTHONY MAINS, 17 Bis- marck Avenue, Saint Anthony-Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. THERESA MARIE MAKRANCY, 947 Kuser Road, Saint Stephen-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Future Teach- ers' Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. ANGELA MARIE MALDERA, 48 Han- sen Avenue, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Representative 2, "Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Glee Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 3, 4. FRANCIS JOSEPH MALEK, 20 Eleanor Avenue, Saint Anthony-Radio Club 4, Red Cross Representative 3. THOMAS JOSEPH MANCUSO, 337 South Cook Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Anto- nian" Staff 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemis- try Club 3. JOYCE ANN MARHEFKA, 2126 South Olden Avenue, Saint Raphael-Basketball 3, Volleyball 3. JOHN FRANCIS MARION, 26 Gerard Road, Saint Raphael-Future Doctors' Club 3, Baseball 1, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3. PAT FRANK MARSHALL, 99 Winding Way, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Repre- sentative 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. CHRISTINE ELIZABETH MARTIN, 913 Revere Avenue, Saint Anthony-Home- room Representative 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 4, Drill Team 2, 3. SAMUEL GUY MASIELLO, 753 Inde- pendence Avenue, Saint Raphael-Glee Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. STEVEN WALTER MASTALESZ, 108 Reed Avenue, Holy Angels-Baseball 1, 2, Football 1. DONNA LYNN MATERNIAK, 22 Scam- mell Avenue, Saint Anthony-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 4, Stage Hand 4, Future Nurses' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. GLEN WALTER MATERNIAK, 22 Scam- mell Avenue, Saint Anthony-Band 4, Future Teachers' Club 4. DORIS ROSE MATHES, 176 Westcott Ave- nue, Holy Angels-Homeroom Represen- tative 4, "Antonian" Staff 4, Mission Pro- moter 3, Glee Club 2, Third Order 3, 4, Red Cross Club President 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. KEVIN PAUL MATTIS, 104 Tuttle Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-Mission Promoter 4, Radio Club 4. GEORGIANNA MARY MATYASOVSKY, 259 Thropp Avenue, Saint Raphael- Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, Bowling 1. WILLIAM THOMAS MCCLAIN, 328 Con- necticut Avenue, Saint Anthony-Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. ROSEANN MARIE MCKEEVER, 839 Melrose Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Anto- nian" Staff 1, 2, 3, Mission Promoter 1. MARY EILEEN MCSORLEY, 19 Marlow Court, Saint Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 4. PATRICIA ANN MEEKS, 35 Dan Road, Saint Vincent De Paul-"Antonian" Staff Page 1 Editor 2, 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. DONNA MARIA MENICHELLI, 324 Cleveland Avenue, Saint Anthony-G.- A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL FREDERICK MERCATAN- TI, 1033 Quinton Avenue, Saint An- thony. WILLIAM JOSEPH METRIK, 104 Loomis Avenue, Saint Anthony-Band 1, 2, Base- ball 1, Football 2, Soccer 3. BARBARA ANN METTERLE, 98 Wind- ing Way, Saint Raphael-Basketball 2, Bowling 1, 4, Captain 2, 3. SANDRA PATRICIA METTERLE, 18 White Stag Drive, Saint Vincent De Paul. WILLIAM JAMES MICHARSKI, 900 South Broad Street, Immaculate Concep- tion-Basketball 1, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL JOHN MIHALOW, 11 Wey- mouth Drive, Saint Raphael-Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. JOAN PATRICIA MILLER, 33 Hastings Road, Saint Raphael-G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4, Bowling Team 2, Captain 1. LAWRENCE JOHN MIRABELLI, 851 Lyndale Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Cor- ristin" Staff 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Pep Club Vice-President 4. CRAIG ANTHONY MOON, 862 Revere Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 2, Band 2, 3. CYNTHIA MARIE MORABITO, 301 Ho- bart Avenue, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 2. THOMAS JOSEPH MORGAN, 654 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony-Radio Club 4, Football 4. DIANE KAREN MOSCARELLO, 1726 McGalliard Avenue, Saint Raphael- Class Secretary 3, 4, Homeroom Repre- sentative 1, 2, Mission Promoter 1, Third Order 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHELE ANN MRAZ, 721 Hamilton Avenue, Immaculate Conception-Mis- sion Promoter 2, 3, Third Order 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 2, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4. ELIZABETH JEAN MUNI, 348 Garfield Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 4, Glee Club 1, 4, Future Secre- taries' Club 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4. PATRICIA ANNE MYCOFF, 23 Soloff Drive, Saint Raphael-G.A.A. Show 1, Vollyball 1, 4. BETTY ANN, NATRIELLO, 11 Marcia Drive, Saint Raphael. FAITH ANN NOWOSADKO, 532 Randall Avenue, Holy Angels. LAURA ELLEN OBERDING, 854 Melrose Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 1, 2, 4, Future Secretaries' Club 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4. ROBERT JOHN O'BOYLE, 23 Annabelle Avenue, Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 2, 3, 4, Biology Club President 2, Future Teachers' Club 3, 4. CHRISTINE MARIE O'BRIEN, 12 Baylor Court, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Rep- resentative 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 2, G.A.A. Show 3, 4. DONALD DAVID OLEARCHIK, 509 Ce- dar Lane, Holy Angels-Mission Pro- moter 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Hand 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4. ANTOINETTE AGNES ONOFRI, 615 Schiller Avenue, Holy Angels-"Anto- nian" Staff 4, Glee Club 1, Band 2, 3, 4, Stage Hand 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2. ROBERT MICHAEL ORSON, 344 Morris Avenue, Immaculate Conception-Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN LEON O'SHAUGHNESSY, 17 Bon- nie Rae Drive, Saint Raphael-Student Council Officer Advisor 4, Football 3, 4. GAIL KATHLEEN OSWALD, 107 Stew- ard Street, Saint Anthony-"Ant0nian" Staff 4, Future Teachers' Club 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANNE PANE, 117 Elton Avenue, Saint Raphael-G.A.A. Show 4. KATHLEEN THERESA PANFILI, 31 Kearney Avenue, Saint Anthony-Future Secretaries' Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, G.A.A. Show 4. SHARON ANNE PANZOLINI, 243 Frank- lin Street, Immaculate Conception-Glee Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 3, 4, Pep Club 4. JUDA CECILIA PERSI, 1479 Hamilton Avenue, Saint Joachim-Third Order 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 3, Vice- President 4, Future Teachers' Club 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. CHARLES THOMAS PIHOKKEN, 1009 Division Street, Immaculate Conception -Student Council President 4, "Anto- nian" Staff 3, 4, Key Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Soc- cer 1, 3. DAIRE DONNA PISARICK, 1721 Arena Drive, Saint Raphael-Drama Club 1, Future Teachers' Club 2, Future Secre- taries' Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 3, Red Cross 1, 2. CECILIA MARIE PIZZULLO, 179 Chap- man Avenue, Saint Raphael-Drama Club 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3. ROSEMARY ELIZABETH PIZZULLO, 179 Chapman Avenue, Saint Raphael- Band 1, Bowling 3. MICHAEL THOMAS PITONYAK, 101 Englewood Boulevard, Saint Raphael- National Honor Society 4. DAVID SCOTT POLLACK, 64 Maple Shade Avenue, Saint Raphael-Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL JAMES PONTICELLI, 1314 South Clinton Avenue, Immaculate Con- ception-Homeroom Representative 4, Biology Club 2, Radio Club 4, Stage Hand 4, Football 3, 4, Track 4, Soccer 1. JANE MARY POWNALL, 118 Springdale Avenue, Holy Cross-Glee Club 1, 2, Future Nurses' Club 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3. FELIX PHILLIP PRATICO, 6 Martha Drive, Saint Raphael-Stage Hand 3, Bas- ketball 2, 4, Football 1, 3, Track 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, 4. GEORGEANN MARGARET PRZEMIEN- IECKI, 2300 South Broad Street, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4, Gymnas- tics Team 3, 4. PATRICIA ALICE QUIGLEY, 73 New Cedar Lane, Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 4, Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, National Honor Society 3, G.A.A. Show 3, 4. PATRICIA THERESA RANEY, 11 Ro- tunda Drive, Saint Raphael-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Future Secre- taries' Club 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4. ELVIRA PAULA REGOLI, 518 Bert Ave- nue, Saint Joachim-G.A.A. Show 3, 4. NANCY ELIZABETH REILLY, 704 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony-Home- room Representative 1, Mission Promoter 2, 3, Biology Club 2, Volleyball 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2. DEBRA ANN REMOLI, 1035 Greenwood Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Third Order 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Red Cross Representative 4, G.- A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MAUREEN ANN RHODES, 405 Gropp Avenue, Saint Raphael-Mission Pro- moter 1, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball 1, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 4, Drill Team 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WILLIAM RICHFORD, 455 Cleveland Avenue, Saint Anthony-Mis- sion Promoter 4, Stage Hand 2, Baseball 4, Track 4. SHIRLEY ANNE RICHMOND, 407 Leuc- kel Avenue, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 1. RALPH ANTHONY RIDOLFINO, 848 Quinton Avenue, Saint Anthony. FELICE CATHERINE RONCA, 232 Ard- more Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Anto- nian" Staff 2, Page Editor 3, 4, Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Red Cross Representative 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Volleyball 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MAUREEN FRANCES RUDICK, 14 Dodge Drive, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4, "Antonian" Staff 4, Future Teachers' Club 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4, Color Guard 3, Captain 4, Drill Team 2. KENNETH JAMES RYLAK, 108 Winding Way, Saint Raphael--"Antonian" Staff 3, Key Club 1, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Basketball 1, Baseball 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. DONNA MARIE SALVATORE, 55 New Cedar Lane, Holy Angels-Biology Club 2, Basketball 1, G.A.A. Show 3, 4. JUDITH LUCILLE SANTARSIERO, 1456 Hamilton Avenue, Saint Anthony-Future Nurses' Club 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4, Bowling 3, Cheerleader 1. MICHAEL PAUL SANTILLA, 446 Tyler Street, Immaculate Conception-"Corris- tin" Staff 3, 4, Mission Promoter 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3. BORIS JEROME SAWULA, 143 Fitzran- dolph Avenue, Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 3, Key Club 2, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 4, Biology Club 2, Future Doctors' Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. GEOFFREY STANLEY SAWYER, 27 North Anderson Street, Immaculate Con- ception-"Antonian" Staff 3, Biology Club 2, Pep Club 4. JUDITH ANN SCANNELLA, 513 John- ston Avenue, Saint Joachim-"Antonian" Staff 2, "Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Forensics 3, 4. D'ANN LYNN SCARTOCCI, 1006 South Clinton Avenue, Immaculate Conception -Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Third Order 3, 4, Biology Club 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. ARTHUR WALTER SCHAUER, 9 Abbey Place, Holy Angels-Biology Club 2, Radio Club 4, Stage Hand 3, Ski Club 4. JAMES EDWARD SCHREIBER, 82 Un- win Drive, Saint Raphael-Drama Club 3, Biology Club 2. DEBBIE J OANNE SERAFINE, 343 Wood- side Avenue, Saint Raphael-Volleyball 3, G.A.A. Show 2, Bowling 1, 3. EILEEN MARIE SHAW, 22 Ellwood Street, Saint Anthony--Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Order 2, 3, Vice-Prefect 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3, Drum Majorette 4. JOHN MARK SHELEN, 13 Wolf Drive, Saint Raphael-Biology Club 2, Ski Club 4. EDWARD JOSEPH SHULTZ, 932 Fair- mount Avenue, Saint Anthony-Soccer 4. KENNETH RICHARD SLACK, 80 Bar- bara Drive, Saint Anthony-Drama Club 3, 4, Band 3, 4. FRANCES DOROTHY SMITH, 623 Wil- liam Street, Holy Angels-Biology Club 2, G.A.A. Show 3, 4, Drill Team 3. ALEX JAMES SMOLKA, 612 Deklyn Ave- nue, Holy Angels-Drama Club 3. CAROLE MECHELLE SORIERO, 33 Goldy Avenue, Saint Anthony-Drama Club 3, 4, Glee Club 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM FRANCIS SPENCER, 331 Woodside Avenue, Saint Raphael-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. RONALD WILLIAM SPYCH, 210 Thropp Avenue, Saint Raphael--"Antonian" Staff 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Soccer 1. NANCY CLARE STAUB, 211 Tuttle Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club 1, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 3, Twirler Captain 4, Gymnastics 3. KAREN MARIE STEMMER, 241 Mad- dock Avenue, Saint Raphael-Mission Promoter 1. CAROL JEAN STETTNER, 33 Hunter Avenue, Holy Angels-"Corristin" Staff 3, Associate Editor 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN ANN STEVULAK, 26 Lake Avenue, Holy Angels-Glee Club 1, 4, Volleyball 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4. DEBORAH ANN STOUT, 1720 Liberty Street, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3. DIANE LYNN STOUT, 1720 Liberty Street, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 1. LUCILLE SANTINA SUAREZ, 50 Reed Avenue, Holy Angels-G.A.A. Show 3. JAMES ANTHONY SUDER, 4 Valley View Court, Saint Raphael. JOHN MICHAEL SZUCS, 68 Baylor Cir- cle, Holy Angels-Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. LARAINE MARIE TARNECKI, 71 Caro- line Avenue, Holy Angels-Future Teach- ers' Club 2, Volleyball 1. ROBERT KEVIN TEDDER, 50 Bismarck Avenue, Saint Anthony-Football 4. NORMAN PETER TIEDEMANN, 4011 South Broad Street, Saint Raphael-"An- tonian" Staff 3, Glee Club 1, Radio Club 4. LISA MARIE TOMASULO, 21 Phillips Avenue, Saint Raphael-Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4. GINA MARIE TOTTOROTO, 11 Francine Drive, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Repre- sentative 4, Glee Club 2, Third Order 3, 4, Future Teachers' Club 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4. NADINE SUSAN TRACCHI, 88 Wagner Avenue, Saint Anthony-Glee Club 3, G.A.A. Show 2, 3. MATTHEW JAMES TRESANSKY, 350 Maddock Avenue, Saint Raphael. LEONARD JOHN TROIANI, 69 Bismarck Avenue, Saint Anthony. MARYANN FRANCES TYLUTKI, 333 Schiller Avenue, Holy Angels. KAREN MARIE UTZ, 461 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4. ALBERT JAMES VINCENT, 22 Braver Drive, Saint Raphael-Radio Club 4, Cross Country 4, Track 3, 4. KRISTINE BARBARA VIROK, 446 Gen- esee Street, Immaculate Conception - Homeroom Representative 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 2, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA LYNN VOLEN, 1439 Eliza- beth Avenue, Saint Anthony-Student Council Vice-President 4, Homeroom Representative 1, 3, "Antonian" Staff 4, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4. KATHLEEN MARIE VOLZ, 18 Dunbar Drive, Our Lady of Sorrows-Student Council Secretary 4, Homeroom Repre- sentative 2, "Antonian" Staff 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, G.A.A. Show 3, Drill Team 3, Color Guard 4. LAWRENCE ANDREW WAGNER, 40 Wert Avenue, Saint Anthony-Basketball 2, 3, Track 2. VICTORIA ANNE WALLACE, 2560 Lib- erty Street, Saint Anthony-Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Promoter 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. GARY JOSEPH WALTERS, 64 Winding Way, Saint Raphael-Class Vice-President 4, "Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Future Doctors' Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Rep- resentative 1. EILEEN GAIL WEBER, 447 South Logan Avenue, Missionary Alliance, Future Nurses' Club 4. MARTIN ANTHONY WERESKI, 180 Leonard Avenue, Saint Anthony-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football HERBERT JOHN WIENER, 31 Kerr Drive, Saint Raphael-Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. LEON WALTER WITKOWSKI, 26 Eliza- beth Avenue, Holy Angels-Drama Club 2, Glee Club 2, Biology Club 2, Chem- istry Club 3, Stage Hand 2, Red Cross Representative 2. NANCY JANE WYLIE, 16 Ovington Drive, Saint Raphael-Forensics 1, G.A.A. Show , 4. JOANNE HELENE YACCARINO, 1 Scul- lin Drive, Saint Raphael-Glee Club 3, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, Color Guard 4, Drill Team 2, 3. MARYANN LOUISE YACOVINO, 52 Franklin Street, Saint Joachim-"Anto- nian" Staff 4, Glee Club 2, G.A.A. Show 3, 4. JOHN EDWARD YOUNG, 910 Revere Avenue, Saint Anthony. JOAN MARIE YUHAS, 1508 Genesee Street, Holy Angels-G.A.A. Show 1. STANLEY JOHN ZABORNIAK, 1114 Genesee Street, Holy Angels-Biology Club 2, Football 1. MARK EDWARD ZOLTANSKI, 721 Nor- way Avenue, Saint Anthony-Basketball 1, Baseball 3, 4, Soccer 1. JOHN JOSEPH ZUBRICKY, 249 Irvington Place, Holy Angels-Radio Club 4, Cross Country 3, Track 3, 4. DELUXE PATRONS The "Corristin" staff, in behalf of the Class of '70, extends its sincere thanks to all those who helped make this yearbook a reality. AARON UPHOLSTERY CLEANING 17 Bismarck Avenue 394-8087 FRED AULETTA REALTY Real Estate 62 Insurance 2910 Princeton Pike 883-5522 A. J. CUNNINGHAM 8a SONS, INC. Route 130, Yardville 882-9100 LESKO TOMATO PIES 870 Lalor Street OW 5-0563 LUBIK OLDSMOBILE, INC. Rt. 130, Bordentown 298-4740 MAURY ROBINSONJS MEN'S STORE 512 Hamilton Avenue 392-6043 JOSEPH J. SERVILLO Builder dt Mason Contractor 356 Tindall Avenue 392-0712 STOUT'S STORE 1720 Liberty Street 3 92-5 3 10 TRENTON STARTER 8z GENERATOR SERVICE 626 Genesee Street 396-6396 MR. AND MRS. EDWARD AUGUSTYN AND FAMILY 913 Park Avenue VALORIE BADER Mays Landing, N. J. MARGARET BAYAN 20 Eleanor Avenue DANIEL E. BOYLE, M.D. 1002 Hamilton Avenue MR. EARL M. BRIEL 205 Barricklo Street MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH T. BURNS AND FAMILY 120 Gropp Avenue MR. AND MRS. CHESTER J. BUZZELLI MR. AND VITO CAMMISA 37 Conrad Street MR. AND MRS. RICHARD DILOUIE AND FAMILY MR. AND MRS. PASQUALE DIMATTEO 852 Independence Avenue MR. AND MRS. JOHN DZURKOC 20 Rotunda Drive MR. AND MRS. DOMINIC EAVARONE 128 Mott Street MR. AND MRS. JAMES FLYNN 274 Lynwood Avenue FRANCISCAN FATHERS Immaculate Conception Church 540 Chestnut Avenue Compliments of A FRIEND A FRIEND MR. AND MRS. JOHN E. GILL 1316 Hamilton Avenue MR. AND MRS. FRANK GIUDICI 149 Carmen Avenue MR. AND MRS. JOHN GROCHALA 68 Englewood Boulevard MR. AND MRS. ALFRED GROVER 1700 McGalliard Avenue MR. AND MRS. JOHN HARDIMAN, SR. 48 Scattergood Avenue MR. AND MRS. E. J. HENDERSON 51 Samdin Boulevard MR. AND MRS. HENRY R. HOLLENDER 4 Dover Road JOSEPH HOYER 29 McClellan Avenue Discussing plans for the state-wide meeting of the New Jersey Junior Academy of Science are recently- chosen members Pat Marshall and Susan Groh. DEBBIE BLANCHE 8: JOEY WAGNER From John B. and Joan B. MRS. MARIE KOBYLARZ 9 Moffatt Avenue MR. AND MRS. EDWARD J. KELLY 84 Harcourt Drive MRS. MARY KRISAK 1821 Arena Drive MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR MERCATANTI 1033 Quinton Avenue MR. AND MRS. PISARICK AND FAMILY 1721 Arena Drive MR. AND MRS. GEORGE PREM 2300 South Broad Street MR. AND MRS. ALEXANDER F. RONCA AND FAMILY MR. AND MRS. FRED SANTILLA MR. AND MRS. ANTHONY M. SCANNELLA AND FAMILY MR. AND MRS. STEPHEN J. METTERLE 18 White Stag Drive MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM A. 5 13 Johnston Avenue MR. JOHN SHELEN 13 Wolf Drive METTERLE 98 Winding Way MR. AND MRS. LEON TARNECKI MR. AND MRS. PETER S. TRAYNER MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL MRAZ AND FAMILY AND FAMILY 461 South Olden Avenue 721 Hamilton Avenue MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS NOWOSADKO 532 Randall Avenue MR. AND MRS. DARIO PANFILI 31 Kearney Avenue MR. AND MRS. FABIO PANZOLINI 243 Franklin Street SPECIAL AGABITI'S COBBLER SHOPPE Independence Mall 8 88-3074 JERRY T. ALLARD Plumbing J: Heating 585-3587 ARCTIC ICE CREAM 22 Arctic Parkway 393-4264 ARENA DRIVE DAIRY Q 634 Arena Drive ASBRAND HARDWARE 677 Franklin Street 599-4804 BODNAR'S AMERICAN SERVICE STATION 727 South Clinton Avenue 392-9473 BRAY'S DELICATESSEN 1444 Hamilton Avenue 587-5327 BROAD STREET BANK 200 East State Street 599-9333 UEEN LEONARD TROIANI 69 Bismarck Avenue MR. AND MRS. S. TYLUTKI In Loving Memory of INA MARIE YOUNG MR. JOHN J. ZUBRICKY 249 Irvington Place BUSINESS PATRONS BUKLAD MEMORIAL HOME 2141 South Broad Street 695-1 8 68 DARVAS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 134 Fifth Avenue, Roebling 499-01 09 DEVLIN PHOTO SERVICE 267 Johnston Avenue 5 8 6-1 1 60 THEODORE DOLCI Excavating 48 Bradford Avenue DON'S HEATING 8: AIR CONDITIONING Sales, Service cf: Installations 392-7 5 3 1 RICHARD ENGEL 8: SON Plumber 629 Miller Avenue FABRICS BY LEONA Independence Mall 888-3444 FINER CHROME 355 Bernard Street FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HAMILTON SQUARE Hamilton Square, N. J. FOY'S DRUG STORE 3024 South Broad Street 888-0400 F. 8:. W. BUILDERS 31 Kerr Drive 585-8737 ADAM GAUSS Custom Builder GEORGE'S BEVERAGES 522 Miller Avenue 586-6556 Compliments of HAMILTON FLORIST THE HEARTBREAKERS Vocal cf: Instrumental Grou 586-5761 HILMAN THOMPSON OIL CORPORATION 394-5275 INDEPENDENT RADIO 101 Sloane Road 5 8 7- I 2 1 4 P J 8c J AUTO BODY 316 New York Avenue 392-1518 or 392-1511 J 8c E BAR 499 Centre Street 392-9662 J 8c J DELI 1490 South Olden Avenue 586-6484 JOSEPH JINGOLI 8: SONS, INC. General Contractors 644 Parkway Avenue KAPRI KITCHENS, INC. 3212 South Broad Street 5 8 5-8 150 KRECHMER MUSIC CO. Route 130, Bordentown' 298-4466 KUCKER 8z HANEY PAINT CO. 1237 East State Street 599-9397 MAGUIRE-BURKE AGENCY, INC. 85 State Highway 33 587-2707 MAKRANCY'S GREENHOUSES 8L FLOWER SHOP 966 Kuser Road 587-2543 MAKRANCY'S LAN DSCAPING SERVICE 947 Kuser Road 587-0477 MAURICE'S COIFFURE 1006 Hamilton Avenue 392-3546 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Abbott, Jr. 18 Magnolia Lane Joan Arkus 610 Schiller Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Arkus 610 Schiller Avenue Mr. and Mrs. George D. Bartlett 16 Kenwood Terrace Mr. and Mrs. Julio Bianchi 361 Commonwealth Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Leon E. Buker 2560 Liberty Street Mr. and Mrs. William J . Bryan 51 Hemstead Road Richard Carlisi 524 Norway Avenue Mr. Frank Castaldo Mr. and Mrs. Alex Chester 1048 Melrose Avenue MAX'S AUTO PARTS 151 1 Calhoun Street 695-6271 R. F. MCGRORY COMPANY 224 Hudson Street 396-9008 MODERN BOOKKEEPING SERVICE 427 Johnston Avenue 587-5405 MULLEN FUNERAL HOME 537 South Olden Avenue 392-1039 NU WAY CLEANERS 1617 South Olden Avenue 8 8 8-1 166 O'HARA UNIFORMS Philadelphia, Pa. WA 5-2311 THE OLDEN PHARMACY 930 South Olden Avenue 586-6661 OLDEN TOWNE 8z COUNTRY SALON 401 South Olden Avenue 392-7874 PARFAIT HOUSE Route 33 PARK LANE FURNITURE, INC. 1673 North Olden Avenue 882-8770 REM MACHINE PRODUCTS, INC. 3828 Quakerbridge Road 5 86-2820 ROYAL CARPET SERVICE 5 Albemarle Road 587-9203 and 392-1252 SAINTE MARIE CLEANERS 725 Chestnut Avenue 396-9101 SAPIO REALTY 4343 South Broad Street 585-5020 SEALTEST FOODS 2900 Oxford Valley Road, Bristol WI 9-0911 SHEIN'S EXPRESS Division of Eastern Freightways, Inc. SPRUCE PRINTING CO., INC. 530 Spruce Street 396-4591 TIN A'S BRIDAL SHOP 1415 Chambers Street 3 93-61 19 TREN-METAL 255 North Clinton Avenue 394-3 1 14 TWIN H GULF 1380 South Olden Avenue 586-0041 VILLA PARK PHARMACY 755 Hamilton Avenue 393-1345 YARDVILLE PHARMACY 4248 South Broad Street 585-6500 ZOTTO'S TAVERN 282 Hamilton Avenue 392-9440 SPECIAL PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Francis Chiappetta 2047 South Broad Street Marcella Compagnucci 34 Marcia Drive Count Felix Social Club, Inc. Mrs. Peter F. Daly 333 West State Street, Apt. 5A Miss Carol A. DiMattia 522 East Franklin Street Compliments of Duchess Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dzwileski 25 Atkins Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Ebert 9 Exeter Drive Mr. and Mrs. Walter Flock, Sr. 721 Norway Avenue Dr. and Mrs. James F. Flood 2628 Nottingham Way Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J . Fowler 44 Limewood Drive Mr. and Mrs. James Fragale 1810 Liberty Street Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Franco 820 Melrose Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Franko 245 Lakeside Boulevard Mr. and Mrs. Henry French 18 Falmouth Road Compliments of a Friend A Friend Mr. and Mrs. J . Gallo, Sr. Margaret Geraci 997 White Horse Avenue Greg, Jim, Mike, Tom, Frank, Jimi Mr. and Mrs. William C. Groh 16 Beaumont Road, Yardville Mr. and Mrs. Francis Henry 648 South Olden Avenue Jack Henry 648 South Olden Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hrabchak 27 Elizabeth Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Janusz 17 Unwin Drive Gladys B. Kaniuka 311 Cleveland Avenue Mr. and Mrs. George Kish Ruth, Joe, Janet and Jo Ann Kisielewski 673 Shady Lane Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kozar Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Krulewicz 571 Centennial Avenue Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Laufenberg 170 Redwood Avenue Mr. Michael Lewis 73 Englewood Boulevard Little Deke In Loving Memory of Joseph S. J anovics Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lucas 38 Hempstead Road Joe Lyons 27 Barnes Street Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Maffei 236 Ardmore Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mastalesz 108 Reed Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Walter Materniak 22 Scammell Avenue Visions of old Heidelberg fill the minds of these German II students, as they read the story of the Student Prince. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mathes 176 Westcott Avenue Andy Mirabelli 851 Lyndale Avenue Kenneth Morrison 955 South Olden Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morgan 654 South Olden Avenue Thomas Morgan 654 South Olden Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moscarello 1726 McGalliard Avenue National Honor Society Monsignor McCorristin Chapter National Junior Honor Society Saint Anthony Chapter Mr. and Mrs. John Pollack 64 Maple Shade Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pratico 6 Martha Drive Mr. and Mrs. John J . Quigley 73 New Cedar Lane Compliments of Russ and Eileen 344 South Logan Avenue S. J. Sawyer 27 North Anderson Street Mr. and Mrs. John J. Schreiber 82 Unwin Drive Mr. and Mrs. William J . Spych 210 Thropp Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Howard Staub 211 Tuttle Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Suarez 50 Reed Avenue Mr. and Mrs. John Szucs John M. Toth Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Volz, Jr. 18 Dunbar Drive Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Weber 447 South Logan Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Leon Witkowski, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yaccarino 1 Scullen Drive Mr. and Mrs. John Young Sr. Mary Louise and Section 1B Mr. Krupa and Section 2B Mr. Kaldrovics and Section 3B Sr. Ann Michele and Section 4B Mr. Bencivengo and Section 5B Mrs. Johnson and Section 6B Sr. Eleanor Francis and Section 7B Sr. Regina and Section 8B Miss Marchiselli and Section 1C Sr. Christine Marie and Section 2C Mr. Trayers and Section 4C Sr. Bernadette and Section 5C Miss Yencha and Section 7C Mr. Garrison and Section 8C Mrs. Rudolph and Section 1D Sr. Miriam Wanda and Section 2D Mr. Ordog and Section 3D Mrs. Firman and Section 4D Sr. Margaret and Section 5D Mr. Donlen and Section 6D Sr. Miriam Grace and Section 7D Mr. Priory and Section 8D Mr. Reeber and Section 9D BUSINESS PATRONS ALEXANDER'S TWIN PHARMACY South Olden Avenue ANDIKE MACHINE CO., INC. 369 Bunting Avenue 393-6885 B 8: B DELI 4592 South Broad Street 585-6310 BELLA DONNA BEAUTY SALON 1666 Hamilton Avenue 587-2072 BELL'S CANDIES 1276 South Broad Street 394-1026 BERTOTHY FLORIST 2307 South Broad Street 8 8 8- 1262 BILOTTI ORGAN CENTER 2251 Route 33, Hamilton Square 586-3374 C. K. BLAUTH Lumber 8: Builder Supplies 4363 South Broad Street 585-5910 BLUE RIDGE PLUMBING CO. Oil Burner Sales di Service Gas Heat 585-6990 BOB LANG 1842 South Broad Street 888-3000 BONGRAZIO'S SUNOCO 4364 South Broad Street BURGER CHEF 1070 White Horse Avenue 585-9626 CANNON OPTICAL CO. 2562 Nottingham Way 586-7945 CAPITAL SPORTING GOODS 923 North Olden Avenue CARNEVALE, EWART, 8i LASLO All Forms of Insurance 1701 Nottingham Way 5 8 6-1 1 8 8 CARVELIS 17 1 5 Greenwood Avenue 5 87-3 8 3 6 CHIKIE'S CLEANERS 8: TAILORS 1110 Chestnut Avenue 695-4090 CHOQUETTE'S TAVERN 521 Hamilton Avenue JOHN P. CLYNE Distributor of Sneider's Potato Chips 5 85-9 I 70 COLLEGE T.V. 1440 South Olden Avenue 695-079 1 COLUMBUS REALTY 5 243-2 Hamilton Avenue 3 96-8 1 5 6 COMMUNITY INSURANCE AGENCY 1200 South Clinton Avenue 394-7034 or 394-7004 CONTE'S SEVEN OAKS POULTRY 24 Perry Street 392-8675 CRANSTON'S SUNOCO Kuser Road and White Horse Avenue 585-8335 CRESTWOOD SHOP 'N BAG 1080 White Horse and Kuser Road 585-5059 DEL RIO RESTAURANT 1961 Hamilton Avenue 587-2890 RALPH DEMARCO, Public Accountant 66 Valley View Road, Yardville 5 85-5 044 DOHERTY OIL COMPANY 1406-12 Chambers Street 394-5726 NICK DURASTANTI Sheet Metal Jr Roofing Contractor 460 South Logan Avenue 394-7050 DWYER BROTHERS STATIONERY 117-119 North Broad Street EMIL'S BAKERY EMPRESS HAIR DESIGN 1317 Hamilton Avenue 586-4207 DICK ENGEL 8: SON, Plumber 629 Miller Avenue 586-5213 FABER'S FABRICS Lawrence Shopping Center 882-6657 FABIAN'S GULF SERVICE STATION 118 Swan Street 392-9492 FRANKIS BARBER SHOP 3 Barbers 4327 South Broad Street 587-7221 FRITZ'S AUTO BODY 8: REPAIR 1405 Kuser Road 585-8770 GABE'S BARBER SHOP 502 White Horse Avenue 585-7203 GENTLEMAN,S WAY 1461 South Olden Avenue 392-049 1 GREENWOOD LIQUOR STORE Greenwood Avenue 587-2927 HEATH 8z WILDBLOOD 1432 Hamilton Avenue 5 86-22 1 1 HERMANIS SWEATER BARN Windsor-Edinburg Road 448-0793 TONY CARDEL HOP'S BARBER SHOP 412 Roebling Avenue 396-5808 IVIN'S GLASS SHOP All Types of Glass Work 2048 South Broad Street 3 92-7 1 1 6 KISTHARDT BODY WORKS, INC. 1600 Chambers Street 599-4592 E. J. KOENIG, INC. P.O. Box 78 396-8191 KUBIAK ELECTRIC CO., INC. Robbinsville 5 87-7 1 68 LALOR LIQUORS 410 Lalor Street 392-2322 LA PETITE BEAUTY SALON 503 Hamilton Avenue LY 9-4354 LARRY'S DELICATESSEN 876 White Horse Avenue 5 85-922 1 LIBERTY MUSIC CENTER 2231 Liberty Street 586-9614 LOLA'S PIZZERIA 1975 White Horse and Klockner Road 587-5285 MAB PAINTS 1200 Hamilton Avenue MANCUSO REALTY 2572 South Broad Street 888-3800 MOSSIE'S PIZZERIA 3800 South Broad Street 585-3500 NAPOLEAN'S BAKERY 908 South Broad Street N. J. STATE EMPLOYEE ASSOCIATION P.O. Box 1192 292-3850 NICK'S ATLANTIC STATION Greenwood and Atlantic Avenue 587-3396 ORSI'S TOMATO PIES 1633 Hamilton Avenue 586-6660 PAPA'S Chambers and Roebling Avenue 392-0359 PETLAND 2465 South Broad Street PEACOCK ALLEY Mercerville Shopping Center PIED PIPER-CHILDREN'S FASHIONS 532 Route 33 586-0480 JOSEPH H. POLLARD Agent, Prudential Insurance Co. ROMA BAR 8: GRILL 293 Ashmore Avenue 392-9384 RUE DE LISA Independence Mall 888-4125 SAM'S LIQUOR STORE 1846 South Broad Street 392-3087 THE SECURITY NATIONAL BANK Chambers and East Howell Streets SIEGELIS PHARMACY 1201 South Broad Street 394-81 1 1 SILK'S PHARMACY, INC. 1901 Greenwood Avenue SLOSHBERG'S DEPT. STORE 1855 South Broad Street 394-8438 GEORGE A. SMITH, Pharmacist Chestnut at South Clinton 393-4747 STACY AUTO BODY 3,46 Bunting Avenue 392-61 85 STARR TRANSIT CO., INC. Starr Tours 587-0626 STEINEL PHARMACY 1166 Hamilton Avenue 393-4098 H. S. STEINERT, INC. Belle Avenue J U 7-2910 ANTHONY TAMMARO, INC. U.S. 130, Robbinsville 587-6646 TERI-LOU FASHIONS 1006 South Clinton Avenue 393-9752 THRIFT DRUGS Independence Mall 888-2203 TILE GALORE 1605 South Broad Street 396-0363 TREN LITE TOY COMPANY 145 Watson Avenue 695-6368 TRENTON BOOKSHOP 21 East State Street 394-8546 TRENTON SPORTSWEAR 840 Brunswick Avenue 3 94-8 177 TWILIGHT FORMAL WEAR 2078 South Broad Street 392-4833 WINOWICZ FUNERAL SERVICE 300-308 Adeline Street 393-4603 YARDVILLE BEAUTY SHOP 4300 South Broad 585-5666 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Acquaviva 279 Fieldboro Drive Felix and Jo Astore 13 Eveline Avenue Mrs. Elizabeth Babice 614 Franklin Street John A. Babice 245 Maxwell Drive Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bachi 2 Moffatt Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bachi 2 Moffatt Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barry 110 Lake Avenue Mrs. William Belzner South Clinton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bennett 514 Bert Avenue A. C. Berlinger 16 Patricia Lane Pearl Bernocchi 123 Kuser Road Ronald Binz 375 Connecticut Avenue Victor A. 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