Trenton Catholic Academy - Corristin Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)

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TKKEUD if Amuzgwg. ' ' TAmWf x..,.,,,,,,,, ,i . ' B 536.75 if yn - , 'Y Us -,, v -'Sf -3? - Gif ,yin ws ' 1, .k . M 3, 1 . ,4- 52, 54 i , . Q .sa ,... if wi M., , tl Y 1 3, :gn . WM 4. . l The Senior Class Presents the I 972 IURRISTIN slum Aumomr men scnool 1 N J y oauo -1,.7' ,,LL,, S' , 2 TEN YEARS AGO . . . There was a dream - A dream of a school, A school encompassing both spirit and challenge, Challenge in attaining the highest . . . the best . . . The best that yet remains a hope - Hope for fulfilling the dream. TEN YEARS AFTER . . . There is a shadow - A shadow of the dream partly realized, Realized throu h accom lishments and rowth 9 P 9 I Growth in the dedication and enthusiasm of student life, Student life presented here in our yearbook - Our yearbook, Ten Years After, a witness to the dream. TITLE ................... INTRODUCTION . ADMINISTRATION FACULTY ............. UNDERCLASSMEN ACTIVITIES ......... SPORTS ........ SENIORS ...... DIRECTORY ..... PATRONS ....... The Very Reverend THOMAS J. FRAIN, Ph.D. Diocesan Superintendent of Schools His Excellency The Most Reverend GEORGE W. AHR, S.T.D. Bishop of Trenton 5 .ii 5 ?' 3 ...Q- .,,., s, ff . kk '. K . 'Q' Q . .. 'sl . ,' 1 , 1 5 , 1 .ii The Most Reverend MICHAEL P. MCCORRISTIN, V.G., P.A. Founder and Director of Saint Anthony High School 5 E Dedicated Faculty Continue Work of Preclecessors SISTER M. JOHN JOSEPH, O.S.F. Principal of Saint Anthony High School "Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true." Ten years ago when the need for a new Catholic high school arose, Monsignor Mc Corristin, pastor of Saint Anthony Church, did not hesitate to undertake the burden of its becoming a reality. Thus many young people not only from Saint Anthony's but also from many other parishes as well were afforded the opportunity to receive a Catholic education. "For our youth to whom God gave tomorrow" was the motto upon which the school was built, and this has been its reason for existence since the beginning. Ten years after, under the direction 'of Sister John Joseph, successor to our first principal Sister Mary Georgiana, together with a competent staff of sisters and lay teachers, Saint Anthony High School has continued to grow and ranks high among area schools. Its students have achieved success in many competitions both scholastic and extra-curricular, and its graduates have been recognized in colleges and in other fields of endeavor. We realize that a very large part of this is due to the encouragement, guid- ance, and inspiration of both administration and faculty. To them we owe and give our sincere thanks. Sister John Joseph and Monsignor Mc Corristin officiate at the induction of new members into the Mc Corristin Chapter of the National Honor Society. "You give us mud: and know not that you give at alL " SR. AGNES FRANCIS I Q. I ggi'- SR. ALICE CECILIA SR. ARLENE SR. ANN MICHELE MR. FRANK BENCIVENGO SR. BERNADETTE S RRAA I ...,, ,.S,, . " - " ::', -- I I ASSS S lwzi. ,, .. .:,: ,tA,,.:ga , ,:gz.,,S1,, , -Eg .:,, , .,.A, ,gg,..,,,:g, , ,,:. .S,,gg I I REVEREND WILLIAM IsoHNsAcIc MRs. ANN MARIE BUGDAL MR. THOMAS BURNS 'I MR. RICHARD CARSON SR. CECILIA AGNES SR. CHRISTINE MARIE My I jf I 'Q MR. ROBERT COMPANICK MRS. LILLIAN DICKINSON MR. WILLIAM DONLEN SR. ELEANOR FRANCIS MISS LUCINE FABIAN K SR. DORIS MRS. JOYCE FIRMAN MR. DOUGLAS HICE REVEREND JOSEPH HOLUP 8 1 m ! is ' ii SR. FRANCIS CLARE MR. JOHN GALLAGHER MR. THOMAS HYDE MRS. MURIEL JOHNSON MR. JOSEPH GARRISON MR. HARRY JONES MRS. CAROL JOYCE MISS KATHLEEN KIRBY '05 MR. RAYMOND KRUPA MR. JOHN LALLY MISS MARY ANN LIPTAK MR. LEONARD LOMAS MRS. PAULINE MAINS SR. MARIE MARGARET I SR. MARGARET SR. MARY LOUISE SR. MIRIAM GRACE fm., ff-v'F4""'5 , WWW. ,iff LW, SR. MIRIAM ROSE MR. ANTHONY NITTI f X MR. PAUL ORDOG MISS PHYLLIS PALOMBI SR. PAULINE MISS MICHELE PANNONE MR. ANTHONY POTENZA SR. REGINA MRS. KATHLEEN PRITCHARD MR. JEROME REEBER MRS. KATHLEEN RUDOLPH MR. RAYMOND RURA MR. PAT SALERNO SR. THOMAS MARIE MR. STEPHEN SCHNUR MR. PETER TRAYERS MRS. LAURETTE TRACCHI MR. JOHN WAGNER "The greatest good we can do for ethers is not just to share our riches with them hut to reveal their riches to themselves. " SR. MARY VENTURA MR. BRUCE WHITE MISS LOIS YENCHA 7 MRS. BETTY SMITH MRS. ANNA PETRUSKA MRS. ELIZABETH WAGNER MRS. ELVIRA MESSINA MRS. MARY MRS. THERESA FERNANDEZ WEIGER MRS. BERNICE CARSON SR. MARY CLARINDA SR. MARY GIOVANNI MRS. HAZEL KLIM MRS. BETTY MENICHELLI MR. THOMAS MORGAN MRS. ANNA RYAN f, f' MRS. DOROTHY SCHNORBUS MRS. AGNES THIBODEAU E :,,,.,Mf.E ami. . ,,,,WwwvA-ww" 1 M 1 W , ...,, Xmnqg. .N ,... learning is an ornament in prosperity a refuge in adversity and a provision in old age. " CLASSES Ten Years After - More tudents, More Teachers, More Electives, More Activities, More to Come It would help if you had the right page! Sister Arlene demonstrates the technique of proper study habits to her Religion I class. Ten years ago, September 5, 1962, Saint Anthony High School, though still not com- pleted, opened its doors, sporting an enroll- ment of 438 freshmen and sophomores and nineteen faculty members. Now ten years later, a fully accredited SA has nearly tripled its enrollment, boasting 1292 students and a faculty of sixty-one. Almost 2,000 seniors have been graduated from this school. Starting with purely academic subiects that first year, the course offerings included English, mathematics, history, science, lan- guages, and religion. However, through the years the curriculum has been expanded to provide preparation not only for the college- minded but also for the non-college minded student. The academic course includes two types of biology, chemistry, and physics, several courses in mathematics, and four years of foreign languages. This year superior and high average seniors had an opportunity to elect on a semester basis from any four courses in English: creative writing, modern literature, drama, and poetry. Of course, all students are required to follow the basic courses in religion, English, and history. Speed reading, via television, is also avail- able to all. Besides the traditional business subjects, courses in small business organization, sales- manship, and economics have been intro- duced. In 1969 a major change took place in the business curriculum with the beginning of the Co-operative Work Program, ena- bling seniors to divide their day between regular classes and work in the business world. Released time is also afforded those boys interested in mechanical skills as are spon- sored by the Mercer County Vocational Schools. Girls are also released for training in cosmetology and practical nursing. For students of artistic bend, fine art, com- mercial art, and music are provided. Also offered are courses in earth science, world cultures, home economics, mechanical draw- ing, radio and electricity, and driver educa- tion. Any teenager with the will to learn is bound to find satisfaction here. W 'Q ,NM-f""'wv0i "lt's September already?" After a fun-filled summer, Antonites are welcomed back to school by this greeting in the display window. Too bud the equations on the test aren't as easy. Robin McCormack and Joseph Mennuti breeze through Algebra I problems. Mary Anne Basler follows along at her desk. Was that the first or second bell? Students hurry to their classes through the crowded halls. .mmm-L.-'mumnmm r SECTION ID - ROW I: George Bencivengo, Angelo Belardo, Antonella Bartole, Carolyn Belardo, John Bowers, Barbara Botteri, James Bahm, Donna Blackwell, Susan Abbott, Raymond Bucchi. ROW 2: Mary Bleier, Lisa Barszczewski, Carla Breccia, Paul Bachi, Sharon Breining, Linda Buckley, Mary Bryan, Mary Lou Britton, Mary Argust. ROW 3: Mark Abbott, Ronald Burke, Joseph Belardo, Mary Anne QS Y S 5. 'Nia Basler, Dominic Argenti, Linda Burek, Eileen Bencivengo, Jane Agocs, Donna Anderson, Lisa Bocchini. ROW 4: Michael Babice, James Baroni, Jonathan Bor- kowski, Dominic Azzaro, Ronald Augustyn, Jeffrey Bramley, John Benedetti, Michael Azzaro, Kevin Benson. ..-,. , ,,,., .,.--,.. ,..., - ..., M c,,,. 126' ,QQK AW K M Nia. ..,..., . , SECTION 2D - ROW 'I: Andrea Chrzan, Margaret Czillich, Anthony Chianese, Steven Csogi, John Connolly, Theresa D'Errico, Joan Dittrich, Craig Constantini, Tommasina Damiano, Gerald Dixon, Mary Ann Davidson. ROW 2: Robert Clayton, Robert Chaty, Jean Carroll, Anastasia Dertouzos, Catherine De Sandre, Agatha Constantine, Evelyn Carmasino, Pamela Cashel, Robert Craig, Jean Compagnucci. ROW 3: Kathleen Connelly, Kathleen Deck, Theresa Cunningham, Annette Dillon, Judith Capizzi, Lucy Anne Cammisa, Joyce Cesario, Janet Cesario, Cheryl Ann Cardona, Kimberley Dearden. ROW 4: Vincent Damiano, Vincent Costa, Robert De Angelo, Albert Constantini, Thomas De Luca, Victor Calandra, Carmen De Felice, Kenneth Cook, Thomas Chase, Alfred Dillione, Thomas Celinski, Rich- ard Domboski. 'HIE SECTION 3D - ROW 'I: Eileen Gaughan, Jayne Dombrowski, Ronald Duron, Gripp. ROW 3: Brenda Eberst, Kathleen Erni, Mary Halaidida, Susan Drake, Debra John Gapszewicz, Kim Harvilla, Marie Fares, Anne Marie Frome, Kenneth French, Faughnan, Linda Fisher, Mark Fabiano, Gregory Gore, Donna Formaroli. ROW Linda Giancola, Ronald Harbist. ROW 2: Carmelina Greatti, Natalie Fauro, Mark 4: Daniel Griggs, Stanley Hawryluk, Michael Durisin, Donna Gennello, Susan Gulyas, Thomas Dzurkoc, Stephen Gallo, Joseph Doria, Thomas Frascella, Marilyn Fysz, Rudolph Gyenge, Patrick Foley, Nicholas Gioracchini. "According to our thermometer, Dave, the boiling point of water is approximately l00oC," remarks Jo Anne Maruska to David Novelli. William Latella and Anastasia Dertouzos confirm this observation. SECTION 4D - ROW 'l: Eileen Kelly, Anna Kosztyu, John Janos, Scott Krashy, Carol Hornyak, Mary HOQCIHI 5l1Gf0f1 Hgwifff Donn!! JONES, MUl"l'lG KOPGHYCUI- Ronald Kisiel, Rosemary Kanda, Kimberly Knowles, Clark Jablonski. ROW 2: ROW 42 Robert JUbl0f1Slii, MlCl1Clel Kerlin, Tim0fl1Y JONES, J0S9Pl1 Jenkins, l-9011 Virginia Hunt, Therese Kelly, Theresa Klein, Linda Hvasta, David Horvath, Frank KOSPFZCK George K0l1llTl0Y9f1 Muffin Kelly, Walter Kloc, Erwin Heidenhofer. Hudik, Charles Hodge. ROW 3: Kathleen Kirwan, William Hurley, Gregory Korona, SECTION 5D - ROW I: James Kuti, Richard Yukowicz, Sharon Livingston, Mary Brian Leahy, Stephany Levandowski, Dana Li Cari, Ellen liesch, Kathleen Lee, Ann Lindemann, Anthony Laramee, Patricia Maglione, Marie Lombardo, Stephen Louis Laureti, Richard Lucash, Thomas Krupa, Francis Luisi. ROW 4: William La- Liebhardt, Raymond Leibensperger. ROW 2: Christine Leone, Debrah Luisi, Theresa tella, Karl Krueger, Robert Kutch, Robert Lewis, Jeffery Lorenzo, Timothy Lertch, Larkin, Susan Luft, John Lee, Eugene Kutch, Mary Lebo, Mary Latella. ROW 3: Charles Kuti, Gary Longo. 19 SECTION 6D - ROW l: Patricia Mancuso, Kathleen Meyers, Vincent Migliaccio, Timothy Mc Manimon, Joanne Maruska, Jill Massi, Renee Mennella, Thomas Mc- Hale, Robin McCormack. ROW 2: Vincent Mains, John Masiello, Maureen Mc- Keever, Deborah Mercantini, Cynthia Mahon, Joseph Mennuti, Mary Ellen Master- son, Mary Mattis. ROW 3: Timothy McClain, Mark Marchetti, William Marshall Anthony Mantuano, Michael Mangus, Stanley Maziarz, Daniel Mattonelli, Patricia Mello, Patricia Matera. ROW 4: Albina Mc Elhoes, Kathleen Mathews, Thomas Mc- Andrew, Paul Mercatanti, David McGowan, Patrick Maloney, Thomas Marrolli, Linda Mc Glynn, Maryann Mc Carron. SECTION 7D - ROW 'l: Deborah Painter, Cecilia O'Shaughnessy, Rena Mastrag- deratz, Kathryn Oberding. ROW 3: David Novelli, Timothy Murphy, Diane Muka, eli, Christopher Mirabelli, Myron Obaranec, Joseph Palmeri, Joyce Panebianco, James Olfky, Wira Mykytyn, Paul Olsen, Regina Panella, Gregory Mitrosky, Albert Rosalie Mule, Susan Miller. ROW 2: Angela Muscato, Luba Panczyszyn, Elizabeth Miller. ROW 4: Timothy Mulryne, Nancy Nowakowski, Kathryn Ostopuck, Jean Palmerie, Robert Montevercle, Maryellen Palombi, William Normile, Holly Pad- Opalski, Keith Padderatz, Michael Nemeth, Robert Mrazik, Joseph Mihalyi. Freshman class officers: Susan Abbott, vice-presi- dent, Thomasina Domiano, secretary, Patrick Foley, president. SECTION 8D - ROW 'l: Joseph Rhodes, Theresa Rodgers, John Pilla, Kenneth Rauth, Robin Quick, Caroline Petrilla, Anna Marie Ronca, Gaetano Raspatello, Marie Phelan. ROW 2: Karen Petrilla, Donna Ridorfino, Janice Russo, Mark Potenzone, Mary Anne Piccolella, Stephen Rosati, Donna Pellitiere, Mario Pas- cucci. ROW 3: Samuel Pellitteri, John Rittley, Jeffrey Papp, William Quinn, Mari- anne Sabol, Jane Pushman, Kathleen Rudnick, l.ucy Ann Rose, Kathleen Parrey. ROW 4: John Raney, John Rusnack, Jock Rudenstein, Mark Pelletteri, Michael Potash, Joseph Pelrine. SECTION 9D - ROW 1: Eileen Suydam, Gregory Slaboda, Michael Sereduik, Kathleen Schumacker, Carolyn Sirak, Cynthia Stephens, Cynthia Stanziale, Julia Silsby, Robert Schianone. ROW 2: Donna Sorgenti, Susan Stout, Mary Anne Solinsky, Karen Skorupa, Jeanne Sessa, Eileen Smith, Stephen Sienkiewicz, John Tanzone. ROW 3: Mary Stettner, Thomas Spain, Michael Szuter, William Sokol, Sharon Szul, Debra Schott, Stephanie Tafrow, Dorothy Sost, Dolores Schaible. ROW 4: Edith Silligen, Michael Szvetkovics, William Scullion, John Stevulak, Robert Santitoro, Mary Lou Stone, Mark Szczepanski, John Sullivan, Gail Spencer, Randolph Schwartz. SECTION IOD - ROW I: Steven Zesenak, Vincent Wieser, JoAnne Wilson, Bar- bara Zuccarelli, Karen Walsh, Diane Testa, Patricia Zaino, Russell Vizzini. ROW 2: Angelo Van Reymersdal, Donna Turano, Donna Valeri, Lorraine Tesauro, Donna Test, Margaret Vickey, Helene Wasielewski. ROW 3: Delbert Thomas, Susan Von Spreckelsen, Sharon Walsh, James Trolle, Geraldine Toth, Martin Woloszyn, Mi- chael Turansick, JoAnn Ungarini. ROW 4: Nicholas Tsougas, Robert Wieger, Patrick Weber, Monica Thiel, Gwen Weerheim, Rosemary Trageiser, Marianne Virok, David Uhaze, Kevin Waters. 21 W ,H .He we :wwf -," :mer parkling ophs Are Known A d s c c Class With Most School pirit "Au Clair de da lune" chant French ll students, who occasionally enioy the singing of folk songs. "If only it were a football game," wish a sophomore English class as they attentively listen in their developmental reading class. SECTION lC - ROW 'l: Joanne Aiello, Patricia Borelli, Frank Bless, Lisa Brady, Cheryl Bogdan, Margaret Calderone, Theodore Buriani, Kim Baker, Dominic Amantia. ROW 2: James Burns, Francine Bucca, William Allen, Cynthia Basler, Virginia Broderick, Richard Blatchford, Frank Camera, Joan Buckley. ROW 3: Debra Bertram, Elaine Babalya, Geraldine Bella, Ruth Adams, Maria Bergner, Mary Callahan, Maureen Bradley, Dennis Brovak, Alan Breza. ROW 4: Thomas Bogdan, Enrico Caiazzo, Frank Bennett, Morris Bartolomei, Richard Albano, Joseph Baranyi, James Bates, John Abbott, Timothy Bryan, Christopher Besler, Louis Barletta, Mary Lou Andahazy. -meeawmzxax:5Qaz+aafu,ixsmzutsfsffamszesaezasiassmermaeymasawesffpsnzarmszm SECTION 2C - ROW l: Louis Cosma, Patricia DaBronzo, Walter Davidson, Bette Anne Della Rossa, Marcella Cowell, Richard Crosby, Maureen Costigan, Connie Chiacchio, Michael Canavera, Beth Chaty. ROW 2: Patricia Costello, Robert Cies- likowski, Susan Chase, Carl Corso, Josephine Clark, Pat DeFelice, Maryanne Celinski, Joseph Chrzan, Marlene DeLucia. ROW 3: John Contento, Gregory Costa, Thomas Cunningham, Mary Cary, Carl Chianese, Deborah Carlton, Gerald Carac- ciolo, Stephen Crescenzi, Sandra Capasso, Robert Cowley. ROW 4: Eugene Czai- kowski, Rosemary Cooper, Thomas Chepiga, Kathleen Cox, Lewis Chiaramanti, Joan Czaikowski, Denis Cavanaugh, Coleen Delate. SECTION 3C - ROW 'l: Jeffrey Fowler, Gary Endrzeiewski, Patricia Dooling, Vin- cent Gervasoni, Casey George, John Fink, William Gazonas, Donna Guadagno, Janet DeMarco. ROW 2: Helene Gray, Lynne Duvin, Karen Falcone, Lorraine Everitt, Michael Gerstnicker, Michael Fasanella, Kathleen DiAntonio, Stephen Diek- neit. ROW 3: Nancy DiFalco, Colleen Farley, Catherine Dillione, Valerie Gross, Eugene Guillemette, Joseph Fysz, Jane Ferry, Rosemarie Fisher, Nicholas Harbist. ROW 4: David Depue, Brian Frascella, Jeffrey Gore, Gary Gerstenacker, Robin Gallagher, Thomas Dill, Frederick Dumont, Jerome Harcar, Kurt Dennish, James Fitzgerald. if NZ- xi Sophomore class officers: President Richard Mule, Secretary Mary Jane Huck- man, and Vice-President Brian Frascella. 23 SECTION 4C - ROW I: Susanne Johnson, Kathleen Immroth, Sandra Lanzoni, mon, Maureen Lechner, Susan Knott, Donna Kelly, Karen Kelly. ROW 4: Richard Richard Hegner, Leslie Keephart, Maria Kirzecky, Deborah Knight, Jerome Hustak, Liedtka, Dennis Kuti, William Knipe, Barry Kelly, Alexander Lepkowski, Mariann Nancy Hurley. ROW 2: Susan Kasian, Keith Hayden, Kathleen Kelly, Joanne Karczewski, Michelle Larkin, Christopher Kerins, Timothy Larkin, Jeffrey Krueger, Kucay, Donna Kennedy, David Lanigan, Nancy Kanka, Maureen Kelly. ROW 3: Ralph Iorio, Richard Klim, Margaret Hooker. Douglas Large, Ronald Kuzma, Dennis Kinnevy, Audrey Horkay, Mariiane Huc- SECTION 5C - ROW 'Ig Sharon Mclntyre, Josephine Marino, Debra Limonel Ei. McGarrity, Kathleen McManus, Robert Linder, Maureen McManimon, Roseanne leen Meehan, Philip Matera, Irene Milonas, Pamela Lutz, Lucy Menichelli, Carol MGnU9UerI'G- ROW 4: David Marion, Christopher Maik, David Locane, Paul Mal- Lombardi. ROW 2: Thomas Martin, Debra Maruca, Eileen Mqneucci, Thomas Mi- loy, Roman lyniuk, Joel Mf2Keever, Stephen Mukrnncy, Martin McDermott, Michael halow, Michael Lombardi, Debra Mesday, Kathleen Lyden, Patricia Merritt. ROW MGHCUSO, J0l1n MCGlynn, Pflmelq MUCll15enr MUl'l0n Mennel, JOCLY Mflhefr Diane 3: Mary Jo Marano, Sharon McNelIis, Daniel McDonald, David Maurer, Kathryn Markee,MGUI'E9n Manning- "WouId you fake this to Room . . .?" Usher Diane Muka prepares to leave on an errand for Mrs. Thibodeau. Wonders never cease! Biology students find that a microscope can reveal interesting secrets about a common leaf. Ralph lorio, Dante Pippa, Rochelle Retzo. "Christopher Columbus? . . . I thought you said Christopher BesIer," ventures Christopher himself in world cultures class. SECTION 6C - ROW l: Michele Onofri, Denise Pangaldi, Joanne Oresik, Agnes Perilli, Joanne Montagna, Patricia Parmigiani, Christine Olszak, Jennifer Panfili, Josephine Peak. ROW 2: Linda Ponticello, Anna Marie Pratico, Linda Pietras, Michael Petrone, Joan Pellitteri, Kathleen Onofri, Theresa Popp, Joseph Petruska. ROW 3: Timothy Morgan, William Murawski, Richard Mule, Dante Pippa, Marilyn Ofner, Margaret Pecht, Nora Mostrangeli, Doreen Minotti, Maryclair Morlando. ROW 4: Martin Price, Thad Patterson, Robert Pollack, Bruce Myers, Jules Nemeth, Stephen Mirabelli, Anthony Pennacchi, Albert Paglione, Carl Olsen, Michael Pica, Jeffrey Plunkett. SECTION 7C - ROW l: Sharon Spett, Mary Radice, Kathleen Stanton, Rochelle Rettzo, Miriam Soltesz, Eleanor Silvestro, Joanne Rooney, John Rose, Richard Risoldi. ROW 2: Nancy Spalding, Nancy Schuler, John Russo, Paris Ricci, Frank Santini, Dorothy Schinkel, Judith Sciarrotta, Jeffrey Seifert, Susan Quigley, Lisa Rossi. ROW 3: John Schreiber, Lorraine Skulkety, Thomas Seaman, Cynthia Sol- lami, Susan Seaman, Mary Louise Stein, Joanne Repertorio, Kevin Slachta, Linda Sabol. ROW 4: Charles Sciarotta, James Ronan, Frank Santarsiero, Deborah Richter, Mario Serenelli, Joseph Pustae, Michael Smith, Albert Rhodes, Arthur Sciarrotta. SECTION 8C - ROW 'I: Carole Vayda, Dagmar Wegschoidler, Theresa Terman, Joseph Suder, Joan Welsh, Lorraine Stephan, Margaret Testa, Timothy Young, JoAnn Yanno. ROW 2: Kathleen Szilagyi, Patricia York, John Torpila, Catherine White, Patricia Wargo, Carole Vincent, Joan Takach, Michael Voacolo. ROW 3: Robert Wishnie, Mark Van Horn, Doreen Thomas, Cynthia Szymanski, Joseph Zola, lngeborg Stumpf, Sally Toft, Carol Thibodeau, Elizabeth Walker. ROW 4: William Welsh, John West, Thomas Zabicki, Joseph Tuccillo, Michael Tomasulo, Maria Zampini, Patricia Stillwell, Agnes Terlecki, Cynthia Wood, Marianne Werk- man, Catherine Tomko. I l Nice weather we're having, isn't it? Juniors gather around Mr. Bencivengo as he demonstrates how to set up a weather watch. Prospects of enior Year Foremost in Juniors' Minds Eyes on the copy, not on the keys! Typing Il class attempts to improve its skills. SECTION IB - ROW I: Geraldine Bartolini, Catherine Brennan, Margaret Cashel, Mary Jane Bryce, Shirley Capria, Donna Britschge, Cynthia Caola, Cynthia Bortz. ROW 2: Patricia Cartlidge, Marian Butera, Kathleen Babice, Patricia Bowker, Maureen Callahan, Debra Budgick, Veronica Boyle. ROW 3: Andrew Brown, John Angeline, Joseph Baskowsky, Robert Bogdan, Sharon Babice, Terri Bertram, Ger- aldine Bartolomei, Elaine Brodowicz. ROW 4: Thomas Burns, John Bublewicz, David Barletta, John Agos, Nicholas Belyung, Charles Broadbent, Joseph Avan- zato, Edward Bogdan, Joseph Brunner, Brian Bahm, Charles Battis, Michael Alu, Theodore Archer, Anthony Allegretti. SECTION 2B - ROW I: Cynthia Domino, Marianne Domino, linda Cucinotta, ROW 3: Edward Cimbala, Chris Constantini, Joseph Chester, Joseph Di Bartolo, Gail D'Agostino, Rita De Lucia, Philomena Corti, Janet Di Mattia, Mary Damiano. Sally Crea, Darlene De Angelis, Mary Di Falco, Mary De Marco. ROW 4: William ROW 2: Patricia Comaty, Janice Clayton, Patricia Dale, Ann Doyle, Marlene Celmer, John Cremer, William Corey, Gerald Cronin, David Cooper, Thomas De Simone, Geralyn Connolly, Agita Chamberlain, Barbara Dix, Katherine Demko. Delvecchio, James Craig, Michael Dillon. lt's amazing! Mrs. Bugdal proves to Donna Yanno and Kathy Brennan in her office practice class that adding machines really work. Why can't the calculations that follow be as much fun as the experiments? Nicholas llku and John Bublewicz. SECTION 3B - ROW 'lz Patricia French, Connie Franklin, Ellen Jacko, Patricia Grace Forrester, Annette Dudich, Susan James, linda Farley, Andrea Gallagher. Grace, Sharon Hoopes, Maureen Hodge, Peggy Endrzeiewski, Frances Kanda. ROW 4: Thomas Gray, Richard Foley, Jeffrey Gore, Patrick Gallagher, Clinton ROW 2: Mary Janeczek, Ann Gagliardi, Nora Fragale, Mary Juresko, Melissa - Griggs, John Jaskir, James Ermi, Nicholas llku, Paul Innocenzi, Edward Gian- Hayden, Eleanora Fasanella, Joanne Duron, Maureen Haggerty, Elizabeth Hepp. guilli, Joseph Falzone, Patrick Fowler, Terrence Higham, Carty Griffin, Stephen ROW 3: Anita Infantini, Susan Griffin, Barbara Frascella, Jean Gill, Mary Foley, lnnocenzi, Michael Franco. SECTION 4B - ROW 'l: Mary Ann Kawalek, Sharon Logue, Monica Lewis, Mary Leone, Marcella Lenkiewicz, Karen Liebhart, Ellen Lanigan, Emmeline Klama. ROW 2: Julie Kardasz, Mary Kovalik, Lynn Koncz, Jo Marie Leili, Lynda Kozicz, Joyce Kopec, Susan Konnyu, Christine Lertch, Geraldine Lanzoni. ROW 3: Roman Koropey, Michael Kasian, Edward Leary, Michael Kozar, Thomas Kane, Eileen Lehman, Patricia Kapp. ROW 4: Arthur Longo, Christopher Kozicz, Leon Lackey, John Kite, Jaroslaw Kolodii, Omelan Kocopei, James Kostinas, Richard Latella, David Kolesar, Thomas Kennedy. SECTION 5B - ROW 'l: Kathleen Mantuano, Catherine Maguire, Catherine Mycoff, Cynthia Matyiasik, Judith Mains, Kathleen Mc Gough, Anna Mottola, Deborah Mastripolo. ROW 2: Patricia Mazzolini, Kathleen Mc Manimon, Annette Marrolli, Kathleen Masiello, Diane Marino, Patricia Maher, Deborah Mirabelli, Michele Lukens, Maryann Michon. ROW 3: Mitchell Mastrangelo, Patrick Malloy, L, QM, SUEWL Richard Masterson, Frank Mulino, Gerard Meara, Thomas Mahon, Diane Mihalow, Donna Mac Niel. ROW 4: Edward Morgan, Thomas Mulryne, William Maloney, Michael Mennuti, Robert Mierzwicki, Mark Mirabelli, James McGowan, Thomas Mantel, Samuel Muro, Daniel Mc Govern. "Cantan con nosotros!" Smiles and music are the ingredients that go into making a perfect Spanish picnic, dramatized here 'by students of Spanish lll. SECTION 6B - ROW 'l: Phyllis Owens, Deborah Persico, Barbara Powell, Kath- leen Panasowich, Nancy Pippa, Louise Pica, Phyllis Ricigliani, Andrea Ouskin, Patricia Richards. ROW 2: Patricia Otto, Barbara Potash, Veronica O'Gorman, Kathleen Paterson, Maryann Papero, Michele Papp, Mary Probst, Margaret Papp, Sandra Perry. ROW 3: Edward Oravsky, Eugene Pascucci, Robert Prihoda, Kath- leen Repko, Joanne Nalbone, Nancy Pollack, Joanne Pelosci, Lynda Pagano, Linda Parichy. ROW 4: Barry Pelletteri, John Panacek, James Pinchot, Edward Nomeiko, Pasquale Pratico, Louis Polselli, Frank Ricigliani. SECTION 7B -- ROW 'la Theresa Smith, Mary Sauerbaum, Iryna Serediuk, Vic- toria Sheaffer, Nancy Rogers, Phyllis Rudenstein, Margaret Rupprecht, Patricia Suder. ROW 2: Jean Saville, Juliana Sabol, Theresa Smith, Francine Salvatore, Marie Stellerine, Mary Sparks, Mary Smith, Mary Jane Sessa. ROW 3: Andrea The iunior class is represented by Glenn Stanton, president, Michael Kasian, vice-president, and Diane Yaccarino, secretary. Smith, Doris Snelson, Maria Santucci, l.aureen Shive, Mary Ann Sikorski, Barbara Stone, Patricia Storcella. ROW 4: Michael Schwab, Stephen Santilli, Joseph Rossi, Ronald Spair, Robert Sweeney, Charles Rupprecht, Mark Stillitano, William Shaw, Mark Stanton, Robert Simon, Vincent Sereni, David Storcella. "Where will it end?" Connie Franklin and Kathy Mycoff wonder, as they attempt to read the tape from the adding machine. All you need to pass is a little cooperation and a clear view of your neighbor's paper However, this happens to be an English Composition class. Mary Lou Wolf, Leon Lackey, Cindy Domino, and Mary De Marco. Mechanical ingenuity is an essential part of driver education. Mr. Gallagher demonstrates engine parts to David Cooper and Janis Wortowicz. SECTION 8B - ROW l: Paula Tiscione, Patricia Tomchik, Geraldine Worthington, Jill Wilson, Camille Trotto, Diane Yaccarino, Sally Walkowski, Deborah Testa, Sally Tarnecki, Elaine Welsh. ROW 2: Robyn Young, Jayne Ulmer, Sharon Wereski, Karen Wagner, Michele Urban, Deborah Tafs, Dolores Tumillo, Barbara Vaidics, Carol Wyers, Donna Marie Yanno, Denise Yarmlak. ROW 3: Susan Zoltanski, Carol Verro, Kathleen Winget, Carol Von Spreckelsen, Janice Woitowicz, Debra Torma, Joanne Trageiser, Andrea Szul, Mary Lou Wolff, Ellen Virok. ROW 4: Charles Walsh, Richard Szmauz, William Walsh, Wasyl Sydor, Kenneth Vita, Michael Woloszyn, Bruce Young, James White, Louis Turdean, Marie Walowski, Diane Utz, Diane Zola. 'The best way to get something :lone is to begin. " 'ACTIVITIES Students witness the installation of the newly elected Student Council officers for the upcoming year, 1971-1972. Student Council officers: Vice-President Joseph Mattonellip Treasurer Elaine Kosztyup Secre- Senior class officers Kathryn Gyenge, Gary McDonald, and tary Diane Germani, and President John Bencivengo. Richard Cartliclge make plans for the first Junior-Senior Night, which was held December 10. '72 Council Places Accent on Action, Cooperation To aid in the difficult task of administration and to train the potential leaders of the future has been the goal of the Student Council over the past ten years. One of the first organizations begun here, Student Council is made up of dedicated students, elected in the confidence of their peers. These students pledge themselves to give unselfishly of their time and energy to making student government work. The torch of service which had been handed down from preceding councils was accepted willingly by the Council of '71-'72. Led by President John Bencivengo and aided by faculty moderator Sister Ann Michele, several new systems and programs were initiated this year. Among those intro- duced are: the President's Report, employed by the presi- dent to communicate ideas, systems, and proposals to students and faculty, and the President's Confidential Let- ter, used to inform new leaders in regard to the ideas and problems encountered by the out-going president in his term of office. Other programs included: an evaluation of Council offi- cers, a program for student concern, an approval of school activities form, student identification cards, a demerit sys- tem for lateness, the formation of a new Student Council constitution, Freshman Night, and a proposed award for the class with the most school spirit. Presently Mr. John Gallagher, who was Student Council president '65-'66 and who is currently teaching here, is organizing an Alumni Association for graduates of SA. The Corristin Staff ioins with faculty and students to wish him success in this endeavor. As director of Saint Anthony High, Monsignor McCorristin reminds the student body of their responsibility as representatives of a Catholic education 3 . dent Council. " With student concern as his main olalechve ' John Bencivengo addresses the student body for the first time as the newly elected president of the Stu ' xx X i l ii A.-. f in-7. X. "They Coloured My Worlcl With love" on .lunior we 5 le! ' sc.. " A355 "No, you wear if." Matt Asfore and Susan Craig I k gly argue over li' 3' gt F "" NW Q-'fr-gui'-uw-1. W W 1-' .L .5 1 Qi gr I 7-1 Images of tropicana were everywh 1 Hawaiian Paradise." "Wafcl1 fhe cup, not the camera," Whispers Elaine Kosztyu to her escort, John Tomasulo. Day, May 28, 1971 at Our Hawaiian Paradise The envy of the night, Prince and Princess of the Junior Dance - Frank Cuiule and Kathleen Zaino. After three years of eager anticipation, Junior Day finally arrived for the "new upperclassmen". The celebration of the Liturgy was conducted by Father Holup with the entire iunior class participating. After- wards the class rings were blessed and distributed to their proud owners. The turning of the rings then took place - 72 times in all. Soon, we were on our way to prepare for the night's festivities. An exotic "Hawaiian Paradise" set the atmosphere of our Junior Prom, held in the cafeteria. Each cou- ple danced to a mixture of songs including "Colour My World", the high point of the prom and its theme. As the clock struck the magic hour of twelve, Frank Cuiule and Kathleen Zaino were crowned prince and princess, having been elected by those faculty members who served as chaperones. Although the Senior Prom was held too late to be included in our yearbook, we still wish to remember . . . April 20, 1972 . . . Cedar Gardens Restaurant . . mint green and silver . . . "Beginnings" . . . The night is young for iunior couples arriving at the Junior Dance. Rosemary Tottoroto and Robert Apgar, Maryanne lalacci and Gerald Ksell, Stella Pelliteri and Michael Pratico. Dramatists Stage "The Mouse That Roared"p Revive 1 i "Super Coop here iRosie Cooperj, from station WBBC, of the present assault on the U.S." . . . bringing detailed news The secretary of state CSteve Szmutkol receives a phone call revealing the kidnapping of the nuclear physicist, Professor Kokintz. Professor Kokintz presents the Q-bomb, America's answer to peace, to General Snippet. ormer Activity This year, the Drama Workshop presented an adapted version of The Mouse That Roared. In its extended form, the play presents a comical situation in which a tiny nation is capable of bribing the United States government. The insignificant medieval duchy of Grand Fenwick, having captured the great American nuclear physicist, Professor Ko- kintz and his Q-bomb, becomes the most powerful nation of the world and is able to tell the world "no war!" The Mouse That Roared marked the re-birth of a drama club which saw its last great production three years ago when it collaborated with the music department in the per- formance of Finian's Rainbow. This revival came about through the interest of Mr. Garrison and Mr. Krupa. Presently the Drama Club performs skits and entertainment at various hos- pitals and institutions usually at Christmas and in the spring. Count Mountioy iMark Stantonj and Dave Benter Uames Ermij ponder Gloriana's decision. si . J Eze "l, Glorianu, queen of the Grand Fenwick, have reached my decision, War!" 2: .5 f 5, , 'ti Y gif if General Snippet CTom Kennedyi and the President fEd Cimbolaj are informed of Professor Gloriana iDeb0fGh PGYSFCOJ, defends her policies T0 Tully BGS- Kokintz's fRich Crosbyl new nuclear discovery. com lSteve Innocenzij and prepares her plot against the U.S. Uniting the talents of the choral group and the band, Mr. Salerno continues the performance of the evening's festivities with "The Breeze and l." "0liver," "Oklahoma" Highlight 1971 Spring Music Festival The sounds of spring again invaded SA Auditorium the evenings of May 12, 13, and 14 with the presentation of the third annual Spring Music Festival. Under the direction of Mr. Pat Salerno, the band and choral group presented some of the best in music, representing composers from Ludwig Von Beethoven to Julie Styne. The program opened with a concert band rendition of "West Side Story", selections from "Egmont", and "Light Cavalry". The choral group then ioined with the band singing "The Breeze and l", "Autumn Leaves", and "Serenata". A mixed chorus favored the audience with "lf Ever I Would Leave You", "Close To You", and "People". The ever popular William Tell Overture closed the first half of the program. Highlighting the second half were selections from Oliver and Oklahoma, sung and dramatized by the choral groups, and the rendition of modern and jazz favorites by the stage band. A precision drill directed by Mr. William Donlen was performed by the marching units. The evening of music appropriately concluded with "The Lord's Prayer", sung by the chorus accompanied by the band. Since 1966 Brown and Gold songsters and instrumentalists have presented a yearly musicale, including excellent performances of Oliver, Wildcat, and Finian's Rainbow. The Christmas season has always afforded opportunity for a festive performance, and this year the band, including several alumni, entertained with a Night of Jazz, Jan- uary 23. Too late to be included in the '72 Corristin is this year's festival which is featuring selections from The Music Man and Fiddler on the Roof. Soloist Leon Lackey entertains the audi- ence with his rendition of "Consider Your- self" from the musical Oliver. Posing as Oliver, Thomas Pihokken makes his debut on the stage, singing "Where ls Love?". The familiar strains of Western music fill the auditorium as John Kulin, Timothy Ostopuck, John Spisak, Carmen Rettzo, Thomas Matzer, and Charles Broadbent combine in the singing of "Oklahoma". . L4 f. New uniforms and equipment are displayed proudly by the girls of the Color Guard. Marching Units Succeed ln Various Competitions "Forward march!" The marching teams, formerly known as the Band Front, consist of Color Guard, Drill Team, and Twirlers. These units comprise one of the newest ancl most successful extra- curricular activities here. The marching teams were organized by Mr. William Donlen in October '69. They have progressed to fine precision units and can be regarded as one of the best in the Trenton area. Through long, hard hours of practice, the girls have learned a great num- ber of steps and equipment handling tricks to provide an interest- ing and varied show. The proof of their ability can be evidenced by their total of thirty-four trophy awards, of which twenty-three are first place. Three of these awards were won by the band, another marching unit. The marching units have participated in nine civic parades and, in October 1971 on the school campus, sponsored the first March- ing Band Outdoor Competition ever held in the Trenton area. A capital area tournament was held here on March 26, of this year. The unit anticipates the Elks Convention Parade, which it will lead off by invitation as escort to the chairman of the Convention, June 3, in Atlantic City. In the highlight of their routine, marching and twirling units perform especially for the student body at the Pep Rally. "For the Brown and Gold we're cheering!" The Drill Team helps the cheerleaders spur on the Iron Mikes. Color Guard members, Monica Suydam and Geralyn Con- nolly, display lheir gun iwirling falenis as the band plays. "Left, right, left righi . . .," counfs Co-Captain Mary Jane Malkin io herself, hoping others are doing the some. f 'lun-Q., W ll , h , ,,f. .. , if V1 . ,, R V 1 ,,, N , 4 N wr I fmh- X. ,fl A ' , ' H e l i -for to L X oo ' It 1 r ' 1 ' ff' i if iir if o r 3 W r r r km " 'gfy f" Zf i 1 ' . x , . l - fa M or i f rl r 1 r , I V .. I " ' " 4 A - ? , .K I W 5 , XM, I Q ,Q r W r 2 ' r rrrrr rrr or V i y 3 , yi i " A .m2Q1fl l Q ,, H Vzng it N l ' 93 fa V V L L ,,.L ,rt it L i ' 1 i 'vb V , .V i , ,,.,.l V Fi ' L 3,,l. ' V l ,AAV ll xl l L "Strike up the music!" Drum Maior James Doyle conducts the school band at the Flag Pole Dedication Ceremony. Sporting their new uniforms the Drill Team are happy to pose for a picture. 'f,9,,, ,. - 'Q M . ft, 4 ,1as?'.:x.,4 . ,- , ,.. X. .1ivJlQunaQqrulvn-T-aans3s4em1w,fm.i . . f l " 'I ' f '5 E' ' S -.. - " ' 1 .. . fuiiiz vif 'F 'i , T -Xa, .' ' W, J f Ea'i5'Y...N l .fin . ' ik f 14- . ,L 4.5 1 Q. . eg ' f Hoff at J! Forever' faithful to the Brown and Gold, members of the band stand by Maiorettes and mascot pause for a word of admiration from the photographer. to ploy for the enioyment of the student body. National Honor ociety Sponsors everal Projects Here "The candle of Service" is lighted by Marta Burszczewski at the Induc- tion Ceremony. Recognition for honor students and the opportunity to sincerely serve their school was initiated in 'I968 with the establishment of the Monsignor McCorristin Chapter of the National Honor Society. Entrance into this society is based on four qualifications: Character, Service, Leadership, and Scholarship. Chosen by. the faculty, each member is expected to exercise these qualities to the fullest degree possible. Once a year, the students are formally inducted into the Honor Society by a candle-light ceremony usually held in November. Mod- erated by Sister Miriam Grace, the chapter initiated two main proi- ects: Christmas gifts and a variety show during the holiday season for the aged at Morris Hall, and a tutoring program for all interested students. Since the beginning, the society has grown not only in size but also in ,the number of proiects engaged in. Selling Christmas trees, serving at the Spaghetti Supper, lending a hand at the annual Carnival, and collecting for the Heart Fund, head the list of proposed activities for all members. ni I- -'Q .4-f fi" .CQ Honor Society officers: Anthony Santucci, president, Richard Cartlidge, vice presi- dent: Marta Barszczewski, secretary, Mary Jane Malkin, treasurer. Newly inducted member, Susan Sukotsky receives her mem- bership card from Monsignor McCorristin. i 45 g. 1 ,. I .. N A mg , . hi L i.,g, ..-7,,,,4...,.+, M.-ai l 2.11 Disney Worlcl Delights: Gold Retains Trophy lt was a girls' world for a week at SA when Disneyland became the setting for the seventh annual GAA Show in early fall. Gold vs. Brown competed in a series of varied events. Spirits vied and friendships were tested as hard deter- mination to win drove the girls on. To create the "Wonderful World of Disney," colorful images of favorite animated characters dangled from cluttered gym walls. On the spacious floor, dancers and singers, clowns and tumblers charmed the audiences. Background music poured from the instruments of the Stage Band. Anticipating eyes were fixed upon the banners that marked the winning event, as thrilling chills and puzzled emotions seized the teams in a bond of unity. Then the four night battle ended as Pam Apgar's Gold Team triumphed over the Brown Team led by Claudia Astore, and the rivalry subsided for another year. "Christmas Spectacular." This novelty group, as Sahta's elves, capture runner-up in best event and best costume. "The winner is . . ." Maryanne lalacci, as Mistress of Ceremonies, proclaims the winner of the preceding event at the seventh annual GAA Show. "Guess what we did?" It is obvious that the savages of "Jingo" captured both "best event" and "best costume" in this year's GAA Show. "Who's the leader of the gang?" Linda Parichy leads her Mouseketeers to another Gold victory. Page editors uniie. Nadia Kirzecky, Joseph Shekiro, Anthony Sonfucci, and John Dougherty combine ideas to produce cl good Anfonian, .lusf off the press! The Anfonian stuff proudly display Their finished producf ready for disfribufion to the homerooms. Busy Publications Teams Inform, Comment, Recall Belonging to one of the publications staffs is a worthwhile and interesting activity. It is a painstaking task, but the results of a good production are its reward. One of the very first proiects initiated here in 'I962 was the organization of a newspaper staff. Named the "Antonian" by the classes of '65 and '66 to honor the school patron, St. Anthony of Padua, the small newspaper grew from a mimeographed publi- cation to its present printed issues. lts purpose is to inform the student body of activities around school as well as to provide an organ of student interest, comment, and opinion. The "Corristin" staff meets approximately four days a week after school. Its members plan layouts, write appropriate captions, provide heads and copy, and put all their energy and talents into creating a memorable yearbook. The first "Corristin", named for our founder and director, Monsignor McCorristin, was pub- lished by the class of '65, the first to graduate from SA. Not to go unmentioned is the "Talisman", a literary magazine first published in T964 before SA could boast a senior class. This publication has consisted of representative prose and poetry com- posed by the English classes as a result of their assignments in written composition. This year, however, the magazine will in- clude the works of the classes in creative writing, a new course initiated in 1971. 5 ,V by ,W Anything new or different? Staffers Beverly Myslinski, Maryanne Bucchi Carol Davis and Lorie Murphy discuss ideas for the '72 Corristin. Top Photo - Craig Jez, editor-in-chief of "The Antonian," plans a coming edition of our school newspaper. Yearbook editor-in-chief, Lynne Monte- verde, assisted by Anne Normile, proofreads captions for the Senior Section. Center photo - Staff members of the "Corristin," Eileen Buchler, Judith Johnson, Adele Palombi, Jane Marini, and Joan Matera search for new ways to improve the '72 edition. Bottom photo - The candid camera caught "Corris- tin" sports writers with their spikes down. John Batcha, sports editor, Thomas Szczepanski, Robert Hice, William Noon, and John Keating. From the moment we entered high school, we looked forward to our senior trip - to the day when, like former seniors, we could make a "try" at conquering the slopes. On January T2 lalmostl, January 26 Knot quitel, and on February 29 lfinallyj, our dream took form. T90 seniors braved the slopes at Buck Hill Falls, for a day few would forget! Remember . . . the half-asleep seniors drowsily searching for their assigned bus . . . the so-called spacious and efficient fitting room for skis . . . those who never made it to the top of the hill because they kept falling off the lift . . . finding courage to go down the hill, once we were up there . . . dropping like flies as the ski lift ran with startling speed . . . making a splash landing at the top of the slope . . . the sledding hill that needed a ski lift . . . the demands for snow- mobiles, greater than the supply . . . the rush for quarters in the game room . . . the final relaxing atmosphere at the inn . . . and again, weary seniors returning home with nothing else to say to those at Buck Hill, except "thanks for the memories." Once upon a time . . . On Freshman Night, Rosemary Cooper iokingly relates the story of "PrindeceIla." Thanks to the Snow , A Ski Trip at last As the senior trip comes to u close, Nina Piccolella, Denise McGIynn Lelia McClanahan, Patti Giaquinto, Darrell Patalon, Mary Jo Scaringelli Karen Rhodes, and Mary McCloskey pose for one last picture before de parting. Women's Lib prevails as Third Order Members take over the iob, of Santa and his helpers. Lynda Kozicz, Sandy Perry, Laureen Shive, Andrea Gallagher, Kathy Caprario, Mary Di Falco. pu QP' qw. School club presidents - Michael Jaroni, Chess Clubg Diane Mihalow, Forensics Clubp Maryanne Ialacci, Future Nurses' Clubg Nina Piccolella and Patricia Giaquinto, Pep Clubp Edward Cimbala, Future Teachers' Club: Gary McDonald, Key Club. "Just the piece of bread, not my finger" whispers linda Kristofic, as she feeds a duck near the ski lodge. Actions speak louder than words! The National Theatre Company proved this to be true on October 22 with their presen- tation of Mimiku, a unique pantomime experience. w.,,w.N wry MemoralriHa Hui View from snowmobile route at Buck Hil I Falls. I Q 'We strive fer strength I S P 0 R 'I' S through vrctorles. lln wiling to yield llnmimlful of defeat We struggle on. " ' ""' " 1 Iron Mikes urvive Disappointing eason Junior Halfback Leon Lackey C441 rushes for valuable yardage with the aid of Seniors Tony Pantaleoni 1331 and Pat Dooling 1141. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES SAHS Opp. 26 ...... ...... E wing ..... ....... 2 2 14 ....,. ...... T renton -. ....... ---- 'I2 'I4 ,, ...,, ,.... N otre Dame ,,..... .... 0 0 ....,. ,.A,., H amilton .,,,,, .,,.... 4 3 0 ...... .....O, S teinert .,.... ..,.... 3 8 0 ...... Morrisville ....,s 40 6 ....., ..... B ordentown .,.,... ..,.... 2 7 6 ....., .....,. L awrence ,,,.., ....... 2 'l 0 ...... ..... H oly Cross .... .... 'I 6 Looking back upon the past seven years of football, the seasons' records are unimpressive. The defeats outnum- bered the victories. However, this is to be expected in a new, young team in their first ventures. The squads were inexperienced and were often hampered by iniuries and untimely setbacks. As the years passed, the Mikes gained experience and knowledge, which finally culminated in an impressive record of 5-4, set by the team of '68. What are the ingredients for a winning season? Strength and stamina, knowledge and strategy, the desire to continue in the face of defeat, and a small portion of luck. During the 'l97'l football season, the Iron Mikes possessed all the qualities - that is, almost all. Luck seemed to evade the Mikes in their pursuit of victory, as is illustrated by their 3-6 record. The Brown and Gold had an explosive start with three victories in a row. This included an inspired night game victory over our arch rivals, the Irish of Notre Dame. Suddenly the Mike machine started to falter, causing the Mikes to drop their next six games. Perhaps the dismal season can be blamed on the fact that many players had to play both defensive and offensive positions, thus caus- ing them to tire early in the game. Another cause could be injuries to such key players as Mark Kozicz and Joe Shekiro. Despite the poor record, the Iron Mikes produced grid- iron greats in Phil Besler, Pat Dooling, Joe Avanzato, and Tony Pantaleoni, who were nominated to the All-County Football Team. Head Coach Tony Nitti intently watches his Iron Mikes perform on the gridiron. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM - ROW 'I: Head Coach Tony Niiii, Greg Costa, Chris Kerins, Dom Botferi, Tony Pantaleoni, Gerard Meara, Gary MacDonald, John Friel, Bob Manuguerra, Mike Pefronella. ROW 2: Asst. Coach John Lally, Glenn Sfanfon, Joe Avanzato, Joe Falzone, Tom Tresansky, Pat Fowler, John Gaughan, Al Rhodes, Pai Dooling. ROW 3: Sam Muro, Leon Lackey, Jeff Gore, Skip Gore, Joe Shekiro, Mike Calisii, Phil Besler, Nick Salimando, Joe Maffonelli, Mark Mirabelli. ROW 4: George Bartlett, Mark Kozicz, Chris Kozicz, Rich Cariidge, Ken Mudrak, John Bublewicz, John Cary, John Abboh. ROW 5: Sieve lnnocenzi, Steve Szmufko, Larry Bruschi, Jeff Wilson, Bill Perilli, Tom Burns, Mark Stilliiano. Hike! Senior Quarterback Pat Dooling leads anofher Iron Mike assault Repelling a Trenton High Iackler, Junior Halfback leon Lackey C441 gains precious yardage. 55 -DQ, JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM - ROW 1: Al Rhodes, John Friel, Sieve lnno- Tresansky, John West, Mike Gersfnicker, Bill Welsh, Mike Bumbera. ROW 4: Dove cenzi, Pai Fowler, Chris Kerins, Greg Costa. ROW 2: Jim Burns, Carl Corso, Dave Locane, Jack Abboh, Karl Olsen, Rich Foley, Ralph Raspatello. lanigan, Rich Mule, Rich Caiazzo, Steve Mihalow. ROW 3: John Pustae, Tom Booting the Iron Mikes out of a iam, Senior Tony Pantaleoni lefs one fly. Touchdown! Senior Pat Dooling C141 prepares to release a pass despite onrushing linemen. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM - ROW 'l: Tim Murphy, Louis Laureii, Rich Lucash, Greg Gore. ROW 3: Tim Mulryne, Mark Marchehi, Bob DeAngelo, Don Waters, John Janos, John Masiello, Angelo Belardo, John Connolly, Russ Vizzini. ROW'2: John Ritfley, Bob Jablonski, Mike Babice, Vince Costa. ROW 4: Dom Azzaro, Paul Olsen, Randy Schwartz, Bill Hurley, Al Miller, Sian Maziarz, Bill Normile, Ron Augusfyn, Al Consfaniini, Bob Wieger, Nick Gioracchini, Tim McClain. Chaty, Abbott Capture J.V Cross Country Honors in H' ' CROSS COUNTRY TEAM - ROW I: Coach Bruce White Tom McHale Mike Maher Tim McMan1mon Bob Chaty. ROW 2: Rich latella, Jim Dolen, Bob Lewis Mike Dillon Bill Lewis ROW 3 Dave Kolesar Tom Zobicki, Bob Weigand, Mike Beach, Rich Small. The l97'l season proved disappointing for the Brown and Gold harriers as shown by their I-I2 record. Apathy over an almost winless season and a plague of injuries such as a cracked sternum, a bruised foot, a turned knee, and a bout with the flu prevented the team from operating at full strength. Although there were more broken bones than broken records the team, with all its problems, still produced two cross country hopefuls in freshman Bob Chaty and sophomore Mark Abbot, who for their efforts were awarded honors and medals in the Mercer County J.V. Track Meet. Providing the speed for the sprinters were Seniors Rich Small and Bill Lewis with speedsters Jim Dolan, Bob Weigand, and Mike Beach following close behind. With the experience gained this year, Cross Country Coach Bruce White hopes and builds for a better season come next fall. CROSS COUNTRY SCORES SAHS Opp. 36 ...c, ....t P rinceton ,c.,.. ..,.... 2 I 37 ...., ..s... B ordentown ,...... ...,,.. 2 0 30 .,,., ,,.,.. T . H. S. ...,. ,t..,. - 25 34 ..... .,.... F lorence ,,,c ,..... 2 I 49 .,... .,.... E wing .,,.. ....... I 7 42 .,c., ..,, S teinert ..,,,. ,,,.... I 7 50 ..,.. ..,...,,, N otre Dame ,,,,,.,.... .,..... 'I 5 39 ..... ,.c.. H opewell Valley ....,.. .,..,.. 2 3 'I9 ..,.. ...... L awrence ,,,,.,,..,. ....... 4 2 44 ..... .,... H ig htstown .... .,..... 'I 6 30 .,..., s,.... B . M. I. ,.... ,...,.. 2 8 42 ..... ..,,,e P eddie ,,,,. ,,t..., I 7 42 ..... ,.... H amilton ...,,, ...,... I 7 During the football season Cross Country Coach Bruce White can be found filming the action. The backbone of the S. A. Cross Country Team is composed of Seniors Bob Weigcnd, Co-Capiain Bill Lewis, and Mike Beach. Additional support is given fo the Iron Mike hurriers by Seniors Jim Dolan and Rich Small. Pelliteri, Dell, and Apgar Are Placed on SOCCER TEAM - ROW 'l: Coach Bob Wagner, Tim Rooney, Bob Apgar, Barry Pelleiferi, Lou Chiarmonfi, John Cremer, Gaehzno Raspafello, Jerry Hustak Kelly Pellefferi, Rich Dell, Tom Huflon, Mike Piefras, Bill Raney. ROW 2: Asst. Coach Rhodes. ROW 4: Den Cavanaugh, Nick llku, Paul lnnocenzi, Myron Obaranec Tony Pofenza, Mike DellaRossa, Dick Sosf, Bill Gazonas, Joe Chester, Tom Kane, Frank Hudik, Mike Gerslnicker, Bill Sokol, lou Cosma. ROW 5: Jaroslaw Kolodrl Danny MacDonald, Denny Kinnevy. ROW 3: John Fink, Gary Endrzeiewski, Mark Frank Bennelf. SOCCER SCORES SAHS 'l ....... ..,, P rinceton ...., ,... l .... ...,,v. L awrence ....e,, ,... 7 2 .,.., .... H opewell Valley .... .... 5 l .,... .....,. H amilfon ....,.. .... 'l 5 ..,.. ..,, , . Hightsfown ,,,,, .... 2 0 ...., ,... L awrence .,,e, ,e,. 'I 2 ..... ...,, C aihedral .,,... ,,,. 0 4 ...., Notre Dame .... 4 'l ..fv- .ev. S feinerf .v,.. .Y,, 4 2 .,... .,,. E wing .... .... 0 5 ..... ,,.. P rinceton ..... .... 'I 4 ..... e,,, T renton ...,, .... 5 0 ...,, Notre Dame e,,, 4 4 .,A,. ....... C afhedral ,,,e. .... 0 3 .,,,, ...,,. B . M. I. ..., .... 0 Opp. 3 Hard charging Senior Bob Apgar streaks towards the ball ill Trentonian" All-Mercer County Soccer Team Defending the Mikes' goal is Senior Booter Rick Dell. Although the Mike booters failed to achieve a winning season, it was a vastly improved SA soccer team which boasted a 6-7-2 record. After dropping their first three games, the Brown and Gold came alive and hustled to win six of the following nine matches. However, because of the early setback, the Mikes failed to qualify for the State Tournament. Showing exceptional prowess on the field were Senior Bill Raney and Sophomores Bill Gazonas and Frank Bennett. Junior Barry Pelli- teri was nominated to the Second Team of the Trentonian's All Mercer Soccer Team, while Seniors Rick Dell and Bob Apgar received honor- able mention. Bob Apgar was also nominated to the third team of The Trenton Times' All-Area Soccer Stars. All in all, the Mikes exhibited hustle, exceptional team play, and a desire to win. lt was a fitting welcome home for returning Soccer Coach John Wagner, who had served two years in Vietnam. Senior Fullback Tim Rooney boots one out to waiting teammates. Lack of Height Too Much to Dvercome As VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - BOTTOM ROW: Tom Mrazik, Jim Doyle, Tom Giaquinto, Mike Kasian, Coach Doug Hice. Absent for picture: Joe Chester, John Szczepanskl Jim Plnchot, Bob Puhalski, John Agos. TOP ROW: Managers John Kite. Rose and Tim OBrien, Ed Nomeiko, Barry Chiorello, Tom Burns, Captain Dan Hustle and determination were not enough to bring a winning season to the 1971-72 basketball squad. Lacking good overall height, the team fell to such powerhouses as top-ranking Ewing and Trenton, but did prove to be a worthy challenge to these giants by almost upsetting Ewing. Although the Mikes could post only three wins, their efforts produced such standouts as seniors Dan Giaquinto, Bob Puhalski, Tom Szczepanski, and Tom Mrazik. Nor was experience lacking in the reserves, as seniors Barry Chiorello and Jim Doyle were ready, willing, and able. Looking forward, the Brown and Gold should prove to once more be a basketball power through the aid of iuniors Mike Kasian and Joe Chester, pro- vided the Mikes can overcome the problem of a lack of height. CBA opponent seems dazzled as Dan Giaquinto clears the boards Iron Mike Basketeers Finish Disappointing eason Thai' exfru efforil - Big T sizzles of the tipoff. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES SAHS Opp 70 50 ,,,,,,,, ,,,...,, H amilfon ....... ,.... 64 v,,,, ,..,,,,, S t. .loe's ,,...... .,,,. 7 3 55 ---,, 77.... S teinert .,,,,, ,.... 7 2 44 ,,,,, ,,,,, H amilfon ..,,,,, ,,... 5 8 53 ..,,. ...... S teinert ..,.., ff... 7 2 39 ..,,. ,,..,,.,,. T renfon ....,..., ,,,.. 7 5 55 -,,,. .,,,,, D on Bosco ..... ..,,. 6 8 49 ...., .w.,. N otre Dame ,,.., ..,f. 7 2 54 ..... .,,,,.. C . B. A. ,,.. ..... 6 1 56 ,,,,, ,,,,,. S feinert ,,,,,, ...., 5 3 57 ..... .,,,7.... E wing .SSSSSS.. ...-- 5 9 47 ..... ..... H oly Cross ,,,,, ..... 6 1 72 ,,,,A 55.,.. D on Bosco ,,,,. ..... 5 5 52 . ,,S. ,,,A. N ofre Dame .,,,, ..... 6 8 60 .,,,, A.,,., A Hcxmilion ..,,,,, ..... 6 4 62 ,,,,, 6....66 S 1. Joe's ..,,,,, ..... 6 1 68 ,,,,, ,,,,,, C afhedral ,,,,, .,4.. 9 2 47 ---,, ..,,,. T renion 75 49 7,,7, .S,,, H oly Cross .,.., 6.... 7 3 55 ..w., ,.... C ofhedrcll ...., ,,,7. 6 8 54 ....6 ,,,,,, E wing -. .... YVA.. 3 'I During u time out, Head Couch Doug Hice confers with Assisi- anf Coach John Clancy as center Tom Szczepanski looks on. X . MW' K -. ' Q. R Bob Puhalski prepares lo release anolher deadly jumper as Mike Kosian and a host of CBA defenders look on. I 3 lf It EES ,Q Big Tom Mrazik's accurate shooting enables the Mikes to 'lake an early lead. Driving in for an easy layup is guard Mike Kasian. J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM - BOTTOM ROW: Jeff Gore, Bob Linder, Carl Chianese, Mike Gerslnicker, John Friel, Jeff Plunketi. TOP ROW: Coach John Clancy, Bill Welsh, Fred Dumont, Joe Baranyi, Al Paglione, Paul Malloy, Barry Kelly, Managers Tim O'Brien and John Rose. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM - BOTTOM ROW: Mike Durisin, Tom Celinski, Papp. TOP ROW: Mark Marcheffi, Pai' Maloney, Mike Pofash, Bob Lewis, Mark Mark Abboff, Greg Constanfini, Tim McManimon, Joe D'Oria, Vince Mains, Jeff Szczepanski, Mike Kerlin, Bob Mrazik, Pat Foley, Coach Dick Carson. I Senior guard Dan Giaquinfo dribbles before he shoots. Junior guard Joe Chester leaps high for an easy two. Teams Hope for uccessful Season The echo of the umpire's, "Play ball!" and the crack of the starter's pistol usher in another season of spring sports here. On the diamond, Coach Tony Potenza has set his sights high for a victorious season even though the Iron Mike swat- Q ters dropped their opener against Hamilton. Key players in I the pursuit of victory include ace pitcher Rich Dell, catcher 8 3 Gary McDonald, and Tom Flynn, Mike Della Rossa, and Bill Raney, who add power at the plate. Meanwhile, back at the cinder, the track team under the coaching of Mr. Jack Lally, hope for a season full of promise. Although the Brown and Gold harriers lost their first meet to Holy Cross, a new shot-put record was set by senior weight- man Ken Mudrack. Supplying the speed are seniors Bill Lewis, Jim Dolan, and Rich Cartlidge with jumpers Mark Kozicz and Mike Beach handling the hurdles - an excellent lineup. The Iron Mike's ace llurler, Rick Dell, shows perfect form as he pre pores to unleash. QE Q SA xX SA X :mil VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM - KNEELING: Joe Falzone, Tom Flynn, Tony Pantaleoni, Rich Small, Gary Mc- Donald. STANDING: Bill Raney, Barry Pelliterri, Chuck Paglione, Rich Dell, Bill Welsh, Mike Della Rossa, Manager John Fink, Coach Tony Potenza. Ken Nluclrack, Mike Beach Break long tancling School Records in hotput, High Jump -nu 1 i VARSITY TRACK TEAM - ROW 'l: Mark Kozicz, Mike Beach, Bill Lewis, Jim Dolan, Lewis, Jeff Bramley, Rick Latella, Rich Mule, Mike Smith, Mike Dillion, John Vince Yarmlak, Ken Mudrack, Joe Shekiro, George Barilelf. ROW 2: Russ Vizzini, Dougherty. ROW 4: Rich Cartlidge, Al Rhodes, Mark Mirobelli, Tony Penocchi, Y Nick Ilku, Tom McHole, Bob Chafy, Dave Kolesar, Tom Mahon, Don Maffonelli, Mike Schwab, Jeff Gore, John Friel, Bob Weigand. Mike Babice, Tom Celinski, Coach Jack Lally. ROW 3: Sfan Mariarz, Bob Auf- ng -g., With a mighty heave, senior shot- puflers, John Dougherfy, Ken Mud- rock, and Joe Shekiro, clemonsiraie fheir skills. x swf Senior Irackman Vince Yarmlak sirides easily over a high hurdle during practice. 67 Mikettes Boast Most uccesstul eason on the Court l For many girls, the dismissal bell marks the begin- ning ot "another class", namely, cheerleading prac- tice or sports. This year again brought a variety of challenges to the girl athletes in the forms of basket- ball, softball, and volleyball. y Participating in interscholastic games, the basket- ball team was scheduled to play a total of twelve games throughout the season. Spurred on by school spirit and supported by talented players, the team was victorious over such schools as Notre Dame, Lawrence, Steinert, and Hamilton High, with the J.V.'s adding Ewing to their list of victories as the Corristin goes to press. This was a banner year as the girls outdid the boys in victories on the court. Real sports enthusiasm, laughter, and excitement are generated in the gym each winter season with the intramural volleyball games. Retaining its popu- larity, softball begins with persevering practice in the early spring months. Climaxed by the Annual Sports Banquet, the girls' sports agenda ends for the Brown and Gold athletes. Up and over! Paula Keister attempts a point in a volley ball scrimmage. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - KNEELING: Philomena Corti, Lola Rossi, and louise Pica. STANDING: Nanci Hofmann, Pam Apgar, Joanne Fiorvanti, Mrs. Pauline Mains, coach, Maryanne lalacci, Sharon Wereski, Mary Damiano, Debbie Mirabelli. VARSITY SOFTBALL TEAM - ROW 'I: Jill Wilson, Patti Comaiy, Elaine Kosztyu, Maria Zampini, Colleen Farley. ROW 2: Maria lmbalzano, Mary Beth Boyle, Kathy Mc Manimon, Monica Bencivengo, Margaret Pecht, Char Henry, and Miss Kathy Kirby, coach. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - ROW l: Margaret Pecht, Susan Chase, Kathleen Stanton, Elaine Kosztyu, Patty Comaty, Pamela Maahsen, Miss Kathy Kirby, coach. ROW 2: Char Henry, Mary Foley, Sue Seaman, Monica Bencivengo, Marta Barszczewski, Kathy Mc Manimon, Mary Beth Boyle. "Beat that high school!" Varsity football cheerleaders spur fans an. JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL TEAM - ROW 'I: Carol Vincent, Kathleen Stanton, Beth Chaty. ROW 2: Kathleen lmmroth, Francine Salvatore, Mary Hooker, Peggy Testa. ROW 3: Kathy Lyden, Pam Maahsen, Rosemarie Fisher, Cheryl Bogdan. ROW 4: Mary Foley, Kim Baker. "Hey, all you S.A. fans!" The Pep rally unites students in spirited preparation for the coming football season. Cheerleaders Support B own and Gold in Wins or Losses JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - SEATED: Patty Otto, Janice Clayton. KNEELING: Lisa Brady, Mary Juresko, Lisa Rossi. STANDING: Nancy Hurley, Paris Ricci, Patty York, Pam Lutz, Donna Guadagnc, Mrs. Mains. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - ROW 'I: Nancy Spalding, Kathy Myers, Kathy Latella, Beth Chaty, Miss Kirby. ROW 2: Angela Van Reymersclal, Kim Baker, Liz Palmeri, Debbie Mesday. ROW 3: Joyce Panebianco, Theresa Klein, Theresa Larkin, Mary Hooker. ROW 4: Patty Matera, Mary Lou Stone, Rosemarie Fisher. l.et's go, let's fight, let's win! Mary Damiano cheers her team on to victory. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS - SEATED: Robin McCormick. KNEELING: Donna Pellitiere, Maria Pascucci, Maryellen Palombi. STANDING: Terry Cunningham, Gerri Toth, Agnes Angelello, Diane Testa, Jean Compagnucci, Linda Buckley. 'f wx, 1 ,',g,.feg'g:,.:: " 1 ,gigs , Q A Aff y M, 4 K 55345 . ,iw,,., IN. , ,f 5 V sigifzwit ' F f':z!fLf' Z"W4fvLE1?f1V" 131319 ' 'ii rgiif . ,,,, gl , my dr K .. , , , fvkl Q .. M mg? 1 Q' ff A 1fS1ffl2ifS?'ai,5ff2f' .2 I. .. 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This combination not only opened these "treasure chests" but also unlatched the doors of laughter and tears, gains and losses, thrills and joys of being young. Throughout the ten years of SA history, these lockers have had many a tale to tell as students used them and left them, locking their memories inside. Now after four years, we add our memories to the ever growing collection enclosed therein-memories of: Hesitant smiles on unfamiliar faces as we entered our freshman homerooms . . . mangled paper flowers pinned reluctantly on us to introduce our Freshman Day theme, "Flower Power" . . . girls mustering courage to ask their favorite boy to the Sadie Hawkins dance lthe first and last, by the wayl . . . getting used to new subiects and to changing classes. Our sophomore float that never quite made it to the Homecoming Game . . . and the Homecoming Game itself, uniting the past ten years in person and in memory . . . our most unusual assemblies, the Kreskin performance in junior year and "Mimica," the pantomime we saw in senior year . . . issues raised during Student Council Election Day, '71 . . . then our most tangible school memento-our class rings received on Junior Day, and the tender strains of "Color My World" prevailing over our Hawaiian Paradise, the theme of our Junior Prom. Memories of the spirited bonfires which sparked victories over Notre Dame and other rivals-land the losses, well . . .J . . . Stars and Strips flying over SA for the first time . . . the nervousness and pride which made up our final GAA show, and the lessons in sportsmanship which resulted . . . amateurs and "professionals" invading the ski slopes in January at Buck Hill in the Poconos . . . our Senior Prom, held in April-too late to be included in the "Corristin" . . . tears and final goodbyes, as we gather on June 5, for the last time as the Class of '72. Through these four years of memories, perhaps the only souvenir that will remain of us here will be our lockers . . . And now, we close their doors for the last time, encasing in these long metal boxes our memories along with those of former students. We turn and walk away-our memories behind, the future ahead. RAYMOND BARNARD THOMAS BARONI JOHN BARRY MARTA BARSZCZEWSKI GEORGE BARTLETT UGO BARTOLE JOHN BATCHA MICHAEL BEACH JOHN BENCIVENGO MONICA BENCIVENGO LUANN BERNOCCHI PAULA BERNOCCHI ,.. 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C l ,, ,MW ,,,w,,,..., 156 l l , KATHLEEN BERTRAM PHlLLlP BESLER CAROL BIACHE BARBARA BIDDULPH CYNTHIA BLACKBURN ERNEST BLIZARD FRANK BOCCHINI WILLIAM BODNAR DAVID BORKOWSKI DOMINICK BOTTERI DONALD BOURNE MARY BETH BOYLE RICHARD BRADDOCK JOHN BRANSFIELD PAUL BREZNA STEVEN BRITSCHGE WILLIAM BRODERICK PATRICK BROWN li LAWRENCE BRUSCHI JUDITH BRYCE 2 I MARYANN BUCCHI EILEEN BUCHLER ' iii, ' ,Y Ev I ms PATRICIA BUREK MARK BURNS MICHAEL CALISTI MELISSA CALLAN LINDA CAPASSO LISA CARPINONA . 'fi g T N, V . flaw: 5 I ' ' A ve ,fx U- A . 4 4 1 X ft VI XXL my Among the many proiects of the art classes are these linoleum cuts. 755152 , xt , 2 THOMAS CARROLL RICHARD CARTLIDGE JOHN CARY ARLENE CHIACCHIO BARRY CHIORELLO CAROL CLAYTON Practicing to be fhe perfect secretary, Kathy Bertram develops her s1enographer's skill in Steno ll to the rapid dicfarion of Sister Eleanor Francis. Things are piling up. Hard ot work, Key Clubbers gather wood for the bonfire before The Notre Dome game. f s JUDITH COLGAN ANNE CORNISH SUSAN CRAIG BARRY CRESCENZI JOSEPH CROSSWICKS FRANK CUIULE JAMES CUNNINGHAM MARY DARAZIO Qeuv' ar...-f CAROL DAVIS DONNA DeANGELO JUDITH DeBLOIS KATHERINE DELL RICHARD DELL MICHAEL DELLA ROSSA JOANNE D'ERRICO PATRICIA DEVLIN "l'm going to faint!" a surprised Donna De Angelo sfammers, Donna was crowned 1971 Homecoming Queen on November I2 of the annual Homecoming game. MARY DIETRICH ELIZABETH DELOUIE JAMIE DEMEMMO PAULA DiSTEFANO "Hold fast to dreams, fer when zlreams go, life is a harren Held frozen with snam " -langston Hughes JAMES DOLAN JOANN DOLCI "Religion is the dominion of fhe soul the hope of ii CATHERINE DOMBOSKI PA-I-RICK DOOUNG the anchor of safeiy . . ." Junior Day opens. vhit-h the celebrofion Liturgy. Senior Homeroom Representatives-Row 1: Kafhleen Zcino, Virginia Mufe, William Perilli, Row 4: Frank Cuiule, Thomas Flynn, George Bartlett, Steven Mary Jane Malkin, Mary Darcuzio. Row 2: Matthew Asfore, Lola Rossi, Madelyn S1mufko. Rasimicz, Mark Rodgers, Row 3: Paul Klim, James Dolan, Maria Imbalzano, s JOHN DOUGHERTY JAMES DOYLE ERNEST DZIESIUTA MICHELE EARLEY "Lise:-vous francais?" I hope so, remark French IV students Anne Normile, Bob Hice, Rich Ccirtlidge, Wayne Weiser, and Joan Materu as they page through copies of Qu Va. I I JOHN EBERST MARK FALCONIO PETER FALCONIO MARY FALZONE JOANNE FIORVANTI MAUREEN FITZGERALD 158' GAIL FLOCK THOMAS FLYNN LYDIA FOLMER VERONICA GAGLIARDI JOHN GAUGHAN DANIEL GEORGE "Son, forget not my teachings," Iaughingly comments Father Bohnsack fo senior Tom Pihokken. DIANE GERMANI DANIEL GIAQUINTO PATRICIA GIAQUINTO EDWARD GORE COLLEEN GROGAN KATHRYN GYENGE SUSAN HAGGERTY MQ :J ,i DEBORAH HARTNETT BARBARA HARZENSKI SHARON HEGNER CHARLENE HENRY ROBERT HICE NANCY HOFMANN KATHLEEN GRUBB "A time for peace . . ." Ray Barnard shares reflections on life in Religion lV class as he reads from Ecclesiasfes 3:1-8. "This is my world! Wiihin these narrow walls, I own a princely service." . . . S,A. Library. DEBORAH HOLLOWELL THOMAS HUTTON MARY ANN IALACCI MARIA IMBALZANO LEO JABLONSKI LORRAINE JACHETTI Better a dry crust . . . EDWIN JANECZEK MICHAEL JARONI CRAIG JEZ JUDITH JOHNSON ROBERT JUSKO LORRAINE KAIS BARBARA KALUZNY RITA KANDA : EILEEN KAPP JOHN KASPER JOHN KEATING PAULA KEISTER NANCY KELLER WILLIAM KERLIN NADIA KIRZECKY ANTHONY KITE Congratulations are in order for Gary McDonald, l- , Lelia McClanahan, and Edwin Janeczek, who qualify as semi-finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Test. in . Q Y- , an W MB un 1 5 ' P PAUL KLIM JAMES KLIMECZAK BEVERLY KMETZ KATHERINE KOLBACKI Take your pick! Abandoned gym bags anxiously await the return of their owners. "Hope I didn'i break if!" Paul Slover tries his hand at operating the record player during English class. John Dougherty, Mark Kozicz, and Barbara Riccitello hope so foo. ' K ' '.. fuifC"+, Qgw IW- 'fir 4 K. . - , r 'Q' V, N."'I.Ti Aff' L, "4l.,El'2dXwf"'g.."' I5 i JOHN KULIN GREGORY KUTCH ROBERT LAUER JOHN LAURITA ELAINE KOSZTYU MARK KOZICZ LYNDA KRISTOFIC GERARD KSELL BRIAN LANIGAN GREGG LARKIN IE 1 R 2, I' . '- ku I I :Eva L x In , I GERALDINE LEPKOWSKI JAMES LERTCH JOHN LEVANDOWSKI FRANCIS LEWIS WILLIAM LEWIS DEBORAH LIS "Uncle Sam Wants You!" Mr. Wagner attempts to iniect a bit of humor into what mighi have been a duII hisiory class. ,v"?""'x ,, In ., DONALD MocNEIL LISA MAIORINO MARY JANE MALKIN EILEEN MANUGUERRA ROBERT MANUGUERRA ELIZABETH MARCUS 3 "Too bad il"s empty," sighs Frank Pane, as the class examines Mr. Gcxrrison's beer stein from Germany. JANE MARINI ANGELA MARUE MARK MASSI MARY MASTERSON VIRGINIA MATE JOAN MATERA ' JOSEPH MATTONELLI JOHN MAZZEO LELIA McCLANAHAN MARY MCCLOSKEY , M . - .-3:5 w'u An empty stairway recuperates after o hectic change of classes. "Right about there," Darrell Patalon seems to say, as she attempts to solve u Senior Math problem. . f" 'I vs! 1 C :a,"?'f7'l' GARY MCDONALD RICHARD MCDONOUGH LOUIS MCGLONE DENISE MCGLYNN JOHN MCMANIMON DAVID MENNEL "Which end up?" Rich Braddock, Bill Bodnar, and Ugo Bortole brood over their class rings received on Junior Day. THOMAS MERSHON SHEILA MICHALSKI MICHAEL MIKURAK MARTIN MILLER LYNNE MONTEVERDE ANDREA MORRIS THOMAS MRAZIK KENNETH MUDRAK LORIE MURPHY JAMES MURRAY BEVERLY MYSLINSKI RICHARD NAPLES WILLIAM NOON ANNE NORMILE PAUL NUCASO TIMOTHY OSTOPUCK I I Good things come in small packages. The sen or rings awaii fo be blessed. l s ADELE PALQMBI FRANK PANE On a clear day, this familiar scene attracts the attention of many a ANTHONY PANTALEONI MICHAEL PAPP d"Y'd'eu"'e" Brains at work! intent students attempt to improve their writing skills in on English IV composition class. DOMINICK PARMIGIANI MARYANNE PARREY DARRELL PATALON STELLA PELLITTERI John Batcha, Maryanne Parrey Place First and Third In 1971 Diocesan C.Y.0. Essay Contest. MARYANNE PENNACCHI JAMES PERAINO WILLIAM PERILLI NINA PICCOLELLA MICHAEL PIETRAS THOMAS PIHOKKEN MARY ANNE POTASH FRANCES PRATICO MICHAEL PRATICO PATRICIA PROCACCINO The leaders of the marching units along with Sister John Joseph not only hard work and determination. Cindy Hurley, Mary Jane Malkin, Jim Doyle, Madge admire the trophy they display, but also shore in the pride which resulted from Rqgimigzl Luqnn Be.-ngcchi, qnd Nancy Hurley, it Y -- V- -- ROBERT PUHALSKI SUZANNE PUSTAE MICHAEL QUARINO swf if WILLIAM RANEY MADELYN RASIMICZ Bewiichedl The strobescope seems fo have a hypnoiic effect on Barry MICHAEL READING PAULA REAL' Chiorello and Thomas Mrcuzik during physics lab. CARMEN RETTZO KAREN RHODES vm BARBARA RICCIARDO ERSILIA RICCIO BARBARA RICCITELLO KATHLEEN RICHFORD JUDITH ROBB LlNDA ROBERSON "If we only knew how io work this thing!" Melissa Callan and Richard Braddock try their skill af operating an adding machine. Exhibiting his arfisfic talents, David Mennel pufs the finishing fouch on a sketch of a screw in Mechanical Drawing class. KMA l .. ,, .., A ,..,- ....,,.,.,,,.,,..M...... 'R ' A .:.,L:,.m...,,.,......,......, K - g l MARK RODGERS PETRINA ROMANO TIMOTHY ROONEY LOLA ROSS! CAROLYN RUSSO LORETTA RUSSO MICHAEL SABO DOROTHY SAILEY ALBERTA SANTINI ANTHONY SANTUCCI "Ole'!!!" Beverly Kmeiz, Marcy Walters, Jim Dolon, and Madge Rusimicz portray South American diplomafs at the U.N., reioicing over the good news of o Ioon from Uncle Som. MARY JO SCARINGELLI ALAN SCHAUER CHARLES SCHWARTZ ELLEN SCULLION WILLIAM SEAMAN DAVID SHEAFFER JOSEPH SHEKIRO ANTOINETTE SHILKEVICH A LINDA SHULTZ PAULETTE SICILIANO GAIL SILVERSON PAUL SLOVER RICHARD SMALL ROSEMARY SNYDER NICHOLAS SOLIMANDO JOHN SOSS "Anyone for Frifos?" lcughingly ask Ed Gore Maryann Bucchi, and John Tarnecki. 5758? .K V RICHARD SOST JOHN SPISAK CHERYL STEMMER LYNNE STEPHAN "The same wiml me ves us, hut not in the same way. The same earth holcls as, hut not in the same place. The same sun leecls as aml we share each etherfs lives, holchng each others shaclo ws. ' . -Hervey J' r ff x sm.. PETER STORCELLA SUSAN SUKOTSKY his must be the answer" blonski B THOMAS SZCZEPANSKI STEVEN SZMUTKO I l I "Are we tuned in?" Students attempt to assemble their own radios under the direction of Sister Ventura in Radio and Electricity class. JOHN TARNECKI JOSEPH TARNECKI KATHLEEN TEDDER DIANE TELENCIO MONICA TERLECKI ROSANN TERMEN DONALD THIEL JOHN TOMASULO ROSEMARY TOTTOROTO CARMELA TUCCILLO MICHELE TURANSICK CHRISTINE VAN PELT ANGELO VIGLIOTTI MARLENE VITA GAIL VON GONTEN BRIAN WALLACE MARJORIE WALTERS THERESA WARENSKI FRANCIS WARYASZ I GREGORY WEERHEIM JAMES WEIGAND ROBERT WEIGAND 'Make me smile," enfreafs Judy Colgan, hoping for the bell 'Io ring. fd JUDEANNE WEINHOFER ERNEST WHITE WAYNE WIESER JEFFREY WILSON if A -f ANITA WITKOWSKI CATHERINE WOLF JOHN WRIGHT Where have all the seniors gone?" echo the empty hollows of Senior Hull. VINCENT YARMLAK KATHLEEN ZAINO NANCY ZRINSKY Fafulfv Dwfvfv SISTER AGNES FRANCIS-English, Yearbook, Magazine Adviser slsrek ALICE CECILIA-Spanish, Typing SISTER ANN MICHELE-Science, Student Council Adviser, Bulletin Boards SISTER MARY ARLENE-Religion, Chapel MR. FRANK BENCIVENGO - Science, Ski Club SISTER BERNADETTE - English, School Newspaper Adviser REVEREND WILLIAM BOHNSACK- Religion, Great Ideas MRS. ANN MARIE BUGDAL-Business MR. THOMAS BURNS - Religion MRS. BERNICE CARSON - Secretary MR. RICHARD CARSON - Business, Mathematics SISTER CECILIA AGNES - Science SISTER CHRISTINE MARIE-English, Transcripts SISTER MARY CLARINDA - Secretary MR. ROBERT COMPANICK - Science, Driver Education MRS. LILLIAN DICKINSON -Latin, Health, Future Nurses' Club MR. WILLIAM DONLEN - Religion, History, Drill Team SISTER DORIS - Science, Mathematics SISTER ELEANOR FRANCIS - Business, Spanish, Studies MISS LUCINE FABIAN - English MRS. JOYCE FIRMAN - English, Future Teachers' Club SISTER FRANCIS CLARE-Business, Stationery Store, Transcripts MR. JOHN GALLAGHER- Business, Driver Education MR. JOSEPH GARRISON -German, Economics, Dramatics SISTER MARY GIOVANNI-Library MR. DOUGLAS HICE- Physical Education, Basketball Coach REVEREND JOSEPH HOLUP - Religion MR. THOMAS HYDE - Mechanical Drawing MRS. MURIEL JOHNSON - Business, Cooperative Work Program MR. HARRY JONES - History, Forensics MRS. CAROL JOYCE - English MISS KATHLEEN KIRBY- Physical Education, Girls' Athletics MRS. HAZEL KLIM - Nurse MR. RAYMOND KRUPA- English, Dramatics MR. JOHN LALLY- English, Religion, Pep Club MISS MARY ANN LIPTAK-French, Red Cross Club MR. LEONARD LOMAS - Art MRS. PAULINE MAINS-Physical Education, Girls' Athletics SISTER MARIE MARGARET - Religion, Missions, Lockers SISTER MARGARET - Spanish SISTER MARY LOUISE- Mathematics, Lockers MRS. BETTY MENICHELLI - Assistant Custodian SISTER MIRIAM GRACE-Religion, Mathematics, Uniforms, National Honor Society SISTER MIRIAM ROSE - Guidance MR. THOMAS MORGAN - Custodian MR. ANTHONY NITTI - Physical Education, Director of Athletics, Football Coach, Boys' Athletics Club MR. PAUL ORDOG - Science, Biology Club MISS PHYLLIS PALOMBI - History, Economics MISS MICHELE PANNONE - Business SISTER PAULINE - Guidance, Activities MR. ANTHONY POTENZA-History, Physical Education, Baseball Coach MRS. KATHLEEN PRITCHARD - Mathematics MR. JEROME REEBER - English, Guidance, Chess Club SISTER REGINA- Religion, Studies, Third Order MRS. KATHLEEN RUDOLPH - Latin MR. RAYMOND RURA-Science, Mathematics MRS. ANNA RYAN - Secretary MR. PAT SALERNO-Music, Band, Choral MRS. DOROTHY SCHNORBUS -Library MR. STEPHEN SCHNUR - Mathematics MRS. AGNES THIBIDEAU - Secretary SISTER THOMAS MARIE - Science, Discipline MRS. LAURETTE TRACCHI -Home Economics MR. PETER TRAYERS - Social Studies, Guidance SISTER MARY VENTURA - Radio MR. JOHN WAGNER-History, Soccer Coach MR. BRUCE WHITE- History, Guidance, Cross Country and Track Coach MISS LOIS YENCHA - Mathematics enior Directory LINDA ANNE ALBANO, 105 Lakeside Avenue, Holy Angels-Ski Club 3. KARL LOUIS AMMANN, 1029 Lnydale Avenue, Saint Anthony-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Chemistry Club 3, Forum Club 2. JOSEPH ANTHONY ANDAHAZY, 18 Rudner Avenue, Saint Anthony - Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, Soccer 3. SUSAN MARIE ANGELICO, 222 Division Street, Im- maculate Conception - Choral Group 1, 2, G.A.A. Show I, 2, 3, 4. PAMELA ANN APGAR, 3 Pasadena Drive, Our Lady of Sorrows - Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4. ROBERT FRANK APGAR, 74 Kearney Avenue, Saint Anthony - Ski Club 3, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Soccer 3, 4. MARGARET CHRISTINE ARGUST, 417 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony - Future Nurses' Club 2. CLAUDIA MARIA ASTORE, 6 Roslyn Road, Saint Ra- phael - Drill Team 2, G.A.A. Show, 1, 2, 3, 4. MATTHEW ASTORE, 6 Roslyn Road, Saint Raphael - Homeroom Representative 4, "Antonian" Stott 3, 4, Track 2. PATRICK JOHN AULETTO, 556 Chestnut Avenue, lm- maculate Conception - Mission Representative 4, Basketball 1, 2. DAVID JOSEPH BABALYA, 134 Soden Drive, Saint Ra- phael - Biology Club 2. RICHARD JOSEPH BACKES, 180 Atkins Avenue, Saint Anthony-Homeroom Representative 1. RAYMOND EARL BARNARD, 845 Quinton Avenue, Saint Anthony - Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. THOMAS JOSEPH BARONI, 38 Atkins Avenue, Saint Anthony. JOHN GERALD BARRY, 110 Lake Avenue, Holy An- gels - Mission Representative 1, Key Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Chemistry Club 3, Ski Club 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Soccer 1. MARTA ANN BARSZCZEWSKI, 351 Commonwealth Avenue, Immaculate Conception-"Antonian" Staff 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4- GEORGE DAVISON BARTLETT, 16 Kenwood Terrace, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Representative 4, Key Club 4, Biology Club 2, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. UGO ANTONIO BARTOLE, 446 Connecticut Avenue, Saint Anthony - Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Forum Club 1, Soccer 3, Chess Club 4. JOHN VINCENT BATCHA, 211 Thropp Avenue, Saint Raphael - "Corristin" Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Soccer 1. MICHAEL JAMES BEACH, 9 Marcia Drive, Saint Ra- phael - Boys' Afhlectis Club 4, Football 1, 3, Cross Country 4, Track 1, 2, 4. PAUL ANTHONY BREZNA, 507 Leuckel Avenue, Saint Anthony - Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3. STEPHEN MICHAEL BRITSCHGE, 111 Julia Avenue, Holy Angels - Homeroom Representative 3, Mis- sion Representative 2. WILLIAM ANDREW BRODERICK, 143 White Horse Avenue, Saint Raphael - Biology Club 2. PATRICK ANTHONY BROWN, 1 Woodcraft Drive, Saint Gregory The Great - Band 1, 2, 3. LAWRENVE BRUSCHI, 111 Mason Avenue, Saint An- thony - Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 4. JUDITH THERESA BRYCE, 512 West Park Avenue, Holy Angels-Future Nurses' Club 2, Softball 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2. MARYANN JEAN BUCCHI, 122 Anderson Street, lm- maculate Conception - "Antonian" Stott 3, "Cor- ristin" Staff 3, 4. EILEEN CATHERINE BUCHLER, 106 Emanuel Street, Immaculate Conception-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN BUREK, 20 Toby Lane, Saint Raphael -Class Secretary 4, Homeroom Representative 3, Softball 1, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. MARK JOHN BURNS, 360 Bert Avenue, Saint An- thony - Boys' Athletics Club 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL DAVID CALISTI, 237 Bentley Avenue, Saint Anthony - Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. MELISSA ANN CALLAN, 1973 Arena Drive, Saint Ra- phael-Choral Group 2, 3, Color Guard 3, 4, Drill Team 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4. LINDA MARIE CAPASSO, 45 Unwin Drive, Saint Ra- phael -- G.A.A. Show 2, 4. LISA ANNE CARPINONA, 868 Melrose Avenue, Saint Anthony - Mission Representative 4. THOMAS RICHARD CARROLL, 102 Sharps Lane, Saint Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3. RICHARD LEE CARTLIDGE, Road 1-Box 64-C, Wrights- town, Saint Anthony-Class Vice-President 4, "An- tonian" Staff 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, 4. JOHN FRANK BENCIVENGO, 9 Vahlsing Way, Saint Joachim - Student Council President 4, Homeroom Representative 2, Forum Club 2, Biology Club 2, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Soccer 3. MONICA ELIZABETH BENCIVENGO, 848 Chambers Street, Immaculate Conception - Mission Represen- tative 3, Choral Group 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Basketball 4, Volleyball 2, Softball 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. LUANN BERNOCCHI, 123 Kuser Road, Saint Joachim -Homeroom Representative 3, National Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2 Captain 3, 4 G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. PAULA BERNOCCHI, 423 Garfield Avenue, Saint Joachim-Homeroom Representative 2, Drill Team 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN MARIE BERTRAM, 127 Vroom Street, Im- maculate Conception-Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club 2, Softball 2, 3, Color Guard 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. PHILIP ANTHONY BESLER, 80 Kearney Avenue, Saint Anthony-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Baseball 1, Football 1, 3, 4. CAROL ANNE BIACHE, 1539 South Clinton Avenue, Holy Angels. BARBARA ANN BIDDULPH, 509 West Park Avenue, Holy Angels-Softball 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2. CYNTHIA ANNE BLACKBURN, Post Office Box 85, Clarksburg, Saint Joseph - "Antonian" Stott 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, G.A.A. Show 2. ERNEST JOHN BLIZARD, 1606 Broad Street, Holy Cross. FRANK DOMINIC BOCCHINI, 213 Division Street, lm- maculate Conception. WILLIAM BODNAR, 1742 South Broad Street, Holy Angels - Choral Group 1, 2, Band 1, 2. DAVID EDWARD BORKOWSKI, 2032 East McGaIIiard Avenue, Saint Raphael-Band 1, 2. DOMINICK ALFRED BOTTERI, 93 Winding Way, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Representative 3, Mission Rep- resentative 2, Key Club 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD JOSEPH BOURNE, Jr., 151 Joan Terrace, Saint Anthony. MARY ELIZABETH BOYLE, 471 Hamilton Avenue, lm- maculate Conception-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 1, 2, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, Softball 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD JOHN BRAIDDOCK, 44 McKinley Avenue, Im- maculate Conception-Biology Club 2. JOHN RUPERT BRANSFIELD, 16 Perry Avenue, Saint Anthony - Mission Representative 1. enior Directory JOHN ROBERT CARY, 100 Wagner Avenue, Saint An- thony-Football 1, 2, 3, 4. ARLENE MARY CHIACCHIO, 152 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony-Mission Representative 3, Choral Group 3, 4, Ski Club 3, G.A.A. Show 4. BARRY CHIORELLO, 832 Fairmount Avenue, Saint An- thony-Homeroom Representative 2, Biology Club 2, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL LEE CLAYTON, 818 Quinton Avenue, Saint Anthony- G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH ANN COLGAN, 1323 Chambers Street, Imma- culate Conception-Ski Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3. ANNE ELIZABETH CORNISH, 314 Sewell Avenue, Holy Angels-Choral Group 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2. SUSAN ANN CRAIG, 1307 Chambers Street, Imma- culate Conception-Choral Group 3, Ski Club 3, 4, culate Conception-Choral Group 3, Ski Club 3, 4. G.A.A. Show 2, 3. BARRY JOHN CRESCENZI, 719 William Street, Holy Angels. JOSEPH MICHAEL CROSSWICKS, 20 Westcott Avenue, Holy Angels-Choral Group 4. FRANK KENNETH CUIULE, 309 South Cook Avenue, Saint Anthony- Homeroom Representative 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, Track 2, Soccer 1, 2, 3. JAMES THOMAS CUNNINGHAM, 326 Ardmore Ave- nue, Saint Anthony- Pep Club 3. MARY DOLOROSA DARAZIO, 57 Copperfield Drive, Saint Raphael - Homeroom Representative 4, "Cor- ristin" Staff 3, 4, Mission Representative 1, Softball 2, Drill Team 2, G.A.A. Show 4. CAROL ANNE DAVIS, 7 Moffatt Avenue, Saint An- thony- "'Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Choral Group 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 3, 4. DONNA MARIA DeANGELO, 17 Bigelow Road, Holy Angels-Ski Club 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH LYNN DeBLOIS, 13 Belfast Court, Saint Ra- phael - G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4. KATHERINE MARIE DELL, 39 Parent Avenue, Saint Ra- phael -Mission Representative 2, Choral Group 1, Softball 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4. RICHARD EUGENE DELL, 39 Parent Avenue, Saint Ro- phael-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Cross Country 2, Soccer 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL JOSEPH DELLA ROSSA, 44 Runyon Drive, Saint Raphael-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4. JOANNE MARIE D'ERRICO, 1547 Chambers Street, Holy Angels-Homeroom Representative 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA MARIE DEVLIN, 265 Johnston Avenue, Saint Anthony-Red Cross Representative 2. MARY MARGARET DIETRICH, 431 Lynwood Avenue, Saint Anthony- Forum Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIAN ELIZABETH DiGIUSEPPE, 535 Johnston Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-Basketball 1, 2. ELIZABETH ANN DiLOUIE, 210 Randall Avenue, Holy Angels-National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMIE DiMEMMO, 201 Gropp Avenue, Saint Raphael -Mission Representative 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. PAULA ANN DiSTEFANO, 786 White Horse- Hamilton Square Road, Saint Raphael - G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. CARLTON FRANCIS DIXON, 332 Cleveland Avenue, Saint Anthony-Choral Group 2, 3. JAMES THOMAS DOLAN, 28 Hastings Road, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Representative 1, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, "Antonian" Staff 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. JOANN MARY DOLCI, 1537 South Clinton Avenue, Holy Angels-Choral Group 4, G.A.A. Show 3, 4. CATHERINE JANE DOMBOSKl,152 Phillips Avenue, Saint Raphael-Mission Representative 1, Ski Club 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICK ANDREW DOOLING, 91 Winding Way, Saint Rahpael-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN CHRISTOPHER DOUGHERTY, 241 Adeline Street, Immaculate Conception - Homeroom Representative 2, "Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Mission Representative 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistq Club 3, Track 2, 3, 4. JAMES FRANCIS DOYLE, 252 Cuyler Avenue, Saint Anthony-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 2. ERNEST EDWARD DZIESIUTA, 2612 Kuser Road, Holy Angels. MICHELE MARIE EARLEY, 254 South Walter Avenue, Saint Anthony- G.A.A. Show 4. JOHN ANTHONY EBERST, 147 Knapp Avenue, Saint Raphael-Ski Club 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 4. MARK PAUL FALCONIO, 1027 Park Avenue, Saint An- thony - Boys' Athletics Club 3, Football 2. PETER NICHOLAS FALCONIO, 1027 Park Avenue, Saint Anthony- Boys' Athletics Club 3, Football 2. MARY VALERIE FALZONE, 201 Lakeside Boulevard, Saint Raphael -Ski Club 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JOANNE THERESA FIORVANTI, 27 Middleton Drive, Saint Raphel - Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MAUREEN PATRICIA FITZGERALD, 32 Longwood Drive, Holy Cross- Homeroom Representative 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. GAIL ELAINE FLOCK, 129 Finley Avenue, Saint Ra- phael - Mission Representative 1, 2, Ski Club 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS PATRICK FLYNN, 32 Copperfield Drive, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Representative 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. LYDIA MARY FOLMER, 313 Garfield Avenue, Saint Anthony. VERONICA DORTHEA GAGLIARDI, 985 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony- Band 1, 2. JOHN PATRICK GAUGHAN, 114 Rusling Street, Im- maculate Conception-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. DANIEL THOMAS GEORGE, 912 Revere Avenue, Saint Anthony- Baseball 2, 3, 4. gg 'J . 1- Aen r DIANE CAROL GERMANI, 66 Washington Street, Saint Joachim-Student Council Secretary 4, Class Sec- retory 2, 3, "Antonian" Stalt 3, 4, Mission Repre- sentative 1, Softball 1, Drill Team 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. DANIEL GERALD GIAQUINTO, 111 Rusling Street, Immaculate Conception - Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN GIAQUINTO, 14 Bolton Road, Saint Raphael - Choral Group 4. EDWARD RICHARD GORE, 262 South Walter Avenue, Saint Anthony-Homeroom Representative 2, Biol- ogy Club 2, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. COLLEEN CATHERINE GROGAN, 912 Revere Avenue, Saint Anthony-Mission Representative 1, Ski Club 3, 4, Softball 1, Drill Team 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3. KATHLEEN MARIAN GRUBB, 3 Marcia Drive, Saint Raphael - Basketball 1, Softball 1, 3, G.A.A. Show 2, Ski Club 3. KATHRYN FRANCES GYENGE, 416 West Park Avenue, Holy Angels-Class Treasurer 4, Homeroom Repre- sentative 3, Mission Representative 1, Choral Group 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses' Club 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN BERNADETTE HAGGERTY, 29 Kearney Avenue, Saint Anthony-Ski Club 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. DEBORAH ANN HARTNETT, 127 Redfern Street, Im- maculate Conception-Drill Team 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4. BARBARA ANN HARZENSKI, 227 Tyler Street, Imma- culate Conception-Choral Group 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 4. SHARON ANN HEGNER, 125 Franklin Street, Imma- culate Conception -G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLENE LORAINE HENRY, 375 Hewitt Street, Saint Joachim -Ski Club 4, Basketball 4, Softball 4, G.A.A. Show 4. ROBERT MEARL HICE, 16 Iorio Drive, Saint Vincent De Paul-"Corristin" Stott 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3. NANCY MARIE HOFMANN, 19 Klein Avenue, Saint Anthony-Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 3, 4. DEBORAH MICHELE HOLLOWELL, 25 Magnolia Lane, Saint Raphael -Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS JOSEPH HUTTON, 19 Kearney Avenue, Saint Anthony-Choral Group 1, Band 1,'2, Biology Club 2, Boys' Athletics Club 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN IALACCI, 1048 Quinton Avenue, Saint Anthony-Choral Group 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses' Club President 4. MARIA PATRICIA IMBALZANO, 641 Redfern Street, Saint Anthony-Homerom Representative 4, Mission Representative 2, Choral Group 1, 2, Basketball 4, Softball 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. LEO THOMAS JABLONSKI, 467 Cleveland Avenue, Saint Anthony. LORRAINE MARIE JACHETTI, 402 Hewitt Street, Im- maculate Conception--Mission Representative 1, 4, .+- Choral Group 3, Red Cross Representative 2, Bas- ketball 1, 2, Cheerleader 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. EDWIN MICHAEL JANECZEK, 538 Schiller Avenue, Holy Angels- "Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Forum Club 2, Chess Club 4. MICHAEL ROBERT JARONI, 34 Hewitt Street, Imma- culate Conception-Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Chess Club 4. CRAIG GERARD JEZ, 308 Cleveland Avenue, Saint Anthony-Homeroom Representative 1, 2, 3, "An- tonian" Staff 2, 3, Editor-in-chief 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Ski Club 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 4. JUDITH LYNN JOHNSON, 61 Englewood Boulevard, Saint Raphael - "Corristin" Stott 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT PHILIP JUSKO, 29 Caroline Avenue, Saint Francis-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 4, Track 4. LORRAINE KAIS, 89 Edinburg Road, Saint Anthony -Softball 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ANNE KALUZNY, 608 Whittaker Avenue, Immaculate Conception - Ski Club 2, 3, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4. RITA MARIE KANDA, 13 Runyon Drive, Saints Peter and Paul-Choral Group 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. EILEEN MARGARET KAPP, 915 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony-Choral Group 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN MARTIN KASPER, 1074 Lalor Street, Holy Cross. JOHN NOLAN KEATING, 271 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony-Student Council Officer 1, Class Vice-President 1, "Corristin" Stalt 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3. PAULA MARIE KEISTER, 44 Charlotte Avenue, Saint Anthony-Choral Group 2, Basketball 1, 2, Volley- ball 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY LEA KELLER, 1 Bradford Avenue B-14, A-16, Saint Raphael -G.A.A. Show 4. WILLIAM MICHAEL KERLIN, 2012 Kinter Avenue, Saint Raphael-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 4, Soccer 2. NADIA DZWINKA KIRZECKY, I9 Mallory Way, Saint Josaphat-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY YALE KITE, 1004 Dayton Street, Imma- culate Conception-Basketball 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. PAUL DOUGLAS KLIM, 316 Birch Street, Saint Raphael -Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Baseball 1, Football 3. JAMES JOSEPH KLIMECZAK, 311 Maddock Avenue, Saint Raphael-Mission Representative 3, Biology Club 2, Ski Club 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Baseball 2. BEVERLY ANN KMETZ, 29 winding way, saint Raphael -"Antonian" Stott 1. KATHERINE MARIA KOLBACKI, 6 Bethany Court, Saint Raphael-National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4. ELAINE JOY KOSZTYU, 4029 South Broad Street, Saint Raphael-Student Council Treasurer 4, Home- room Representative 2, "Antonian" Stott 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Choral Group 1, 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MARK STEVEN KOZICZ, 23 Tuttle Avenue, Saint An- thony-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. LYNDA MARY KRISTOFIC, 127 Lafayette Avenue, Holy Angels-Biology Club 2, Ski Club 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. GERARD WILLIAM KSELL, 41 Howard Street, Saint Stanislaus-Band 1, 2, 4. JOHN NICHOLAS KULIN, 103 Irvington Place, Holy Cross-Choral Group 1, 2, 3, 4. GREGORY JOHN KUTCH, 864 Quinton Avenue, Saint Mary of the Assumption-Biology Club 2, Chemis- try Club 3, Ski Club 3. BRIAN VINCENT LANIGAN, 1310 Clinton Avenue, Im- maculate Conception-Biology Club 2. GREGG JOSEPH LARKIN, 8 Daily Drive, Saint Ra- phael-Biology Club 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Track 4, Soccer 2, 3, Tennis 3, Volleyball 3. ROBERT LOUIS LAUER, 10 Sandy Lane, Saint Ra- phael-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 1, 3, 4. JOHN STEPHEN LAURITA, 16 Valley View Road, Saint Raphael-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. GERALDINE CATHERINE LEPKOWSKI, 244 Cleveland Avenue, Saint Anthony. JAMES CHRISTOPHER LERTCH, 242 Leonard Avenue, Saint Anthony--Biology Club 2. JOHN MATTHEW LEVANDOWSKI, 158 Churchill Ave- nue, Saint Raphael-Class President 1, 2, Baseball 1, 3. FRANCIS CHARLES LEWIS, 221 Ashmore Avenue, Saint Stephen-Biology Club 2. WILLIAM FORBES LEWIS, 73 Englewood Boulevard, Saint Raphael-Band 1, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 4. DEBORAH ANN LIS, 387 Atlantic Avenue, Saint An- thony-Ski Club 3, G.A.A. Show 3, 4- DONALD rRANcis MacNEIl, 460 Cleveland Avenue, Saint Anthony-Chess Club 4. LISA GIANINA MAIORINO, 1 Ward Avenue Exten- sion, Saint Anthony-Mission Representative 1, 3, Choral Group 1, Ski Club 3, Dramatics Club 1, Softball 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY JANE MARGARET MALKIN, 77 Beatty Street, Immaculate Conception - Homeroom Representative 4, "Antonian"l Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Drill Team 1, 2, Captain 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. EILEEN MARIE MANUGUERRA, 338 Redfern Street, Saint Anthony-National Honor Society 3, 4, Choral 'Group 1, Ski Club 3, Future Nurses' Club 2, Soft- ball 1, Drill Team 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT JAMES MANUGUERRA, 856 Quinton Avenue, Saint Anthony- Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4. ELIZABETH REGINA MARCUS, 27 Claude Road, Saint Vincent DePaul-G.A.A. Show 2, 3. JANE ELLEN MARINI, 679 Lafyette Avenue, Imma- culate Conception-"Antonian" Statf 2, "Corristin" Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. ANGELA MARIA MARUE, 827 Quinton Avenue, Saint Anthony. MARK ANTHONY MASSI, 838 Revere Avenue, Saint Joachim-Homeroom Representative 1, 2. MARY BARBARA MASTERSON, 9 Bismarck Avenue, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA ANN MATE, 6 Valley View Road, Saint Ra- phael-Homeroom Representative 2, 4, "Antonian" Stott 2, 3, 4, Mission Representative 3, Basketball 2, Softball 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JOAN MARIE MATERA, 524 Bert Avenue, Immaculate Conception - Homeroom Representative 3, "An tonian" Stott 2, "Corristin" Stott 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH DAVID MATTONELLI, 315 Irvington Place, Holy Angels - Student Council Vice-President 4, Homeroom Representative 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 1, 3, 4, Track 1, 2. JOHN SALVATORE MAZZEO, 232 Hansen Avenue, Saint Raphael-Football 1. LELIA MARIE MCCLANAHAN, 917 Melrose Avenue, Saint Anthony-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH McCLOSKEY, 2400 South Clinton Avenue, Holy Angels- Homeroom Representative 1, Choral Group 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 4. GARY STEPHEN McDONALD, 19 Marcia Drive, Saint Raphael-Class President 3, 4, Homeroom Represen- tative 2, "Antonian" Staff 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, President 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 3, Co-Captain 4. RICHARD BERNARD MCDONOUGH, 42 Bismarck Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-Mission Representative 4, Biol- ogy Club 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. LOUIS FRANCIS McGLONE, 13 Tekening Way, Saint Gregory the Great-Band 1, 2, 3, 4. DENISE MARY McGLYNN, 86 Kearney Avenue, Saint Anthony-National Honor Society 4, Future Secre- taries Club 3, Softball 3. JOHN PATRICK MCMANIMON, 98 Baylor Circle, Saint Raphael-Cross Country 3, Track 2, 3, 4. DAVID WAYNE MENNEL, 1033 Fairmount Avenue, Saint Anthony-Biology Club 2, Soccer 1. THOMAS JOSEPH MERSHON, 645 Chambers Street, Immaculate Conception. SHEILA MARIE MICHALSKI, 204 Thropp Avenue, Holy Angels. MICHAEL GREGORY MIKURAK, 237 Third Street, Saint Mary of the Assumption. MARTIN FRANCIS MILLER, 460 Garfield Avenue, Saint Anthony-Football 2, Track 4. LYNNE MARIE MONTEVERDE, 165 Pope Avenue, Saint Anthony - "Corristin" Stott 3, Editor 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. enior Directory ANDREA LYNN MORRIS, 2064 E. McGalIiard Avenue, Saint Raphael - "Antonian" Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4. THOMAS JOSEPH MRAZIK, 6 Godfrey Drive, Saint Ra- phael-"Antonian" Stott 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH FRANK MUDRAK, 18 Winding Way, Holy Cross - Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. LORIE ANN MURPHY, 32 Dodge Drive, Saint Raphael -"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, Choral Group 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, Softball 2, 3, Volley- ball 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES WALTER MURRAY, 317 S. Cook Avenue, Saint Anthony. BEVERLY ANNE MYSLINSKI, 19 Appleton Drive, Saint Raphael-"Corristin" Statt 3, 4, Mission Represen- tative 2, Choral Group 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Bas- ketball 2, Volleyball 2, Softball 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD PATRICK NAPLES, 522 Roebling Avenue, Immaculate Conception - Boys' Athletics Club 4, Football 1. WILLIAM DAVID NOON, 1027 Revere Avenue, Imma- culate Conception - "Corristin" Statt 3, 4, Chess Club 4. ANNE BERNADETTE NORMILE, 880 Park Avenue, Saint Anthony - "Corristin" Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Choral Group 2, Ski Club 2, Soft- ball 2, Drill Team 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL VINCENT NUCASO, 83 Hempstead Road, Saint Raphael - Homeroom Representative 2, Boys' Athle- tics Club 3, 4. TIMOTHY PATRICK OSTOPUCK, 17 Coleridge Avenue, Holy Angels-Choral Group 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 4, Soccer 3. ADELE JUDITH PALOMBI, 438 Bert Avenue, Saint An- thony-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 4. FRANK THOMAS PANE, 117 Elton Avenue, Saint Ra- phael-Boys' Athletics Club 3. ANTHONY DOMINICK PANTALEONI, 842 White Horse- Hamilton Square Road, Saint Raphael-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL EDWARD PAPP, 24 Colonial Avenue, Saint Raphael. DOMENICK EDWARD PARMIGIANI, 1833 Arena Drive, Saint Raphael-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. MARYANNE MARGARET PARREY, 413 Dayton Street, Saint Stephen-Mission Representative 1, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, "Antonian" Stott 2, 3, 4. DARRELL CHARLENE PATALON, 2904 Nottingham Way, Our Lady of Sorrows-Choral Group 1, 2, 3, 4. STELLA MARIE PELLITTERI, 99 Hempstead Road, Saint Raphael-G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MARYANNE MICHELE PENNACHI, 21 Barbara Drive, Saint Anthony-G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES JOSEPH PERAINO, 41 Bentley Avenue, Saint Anthony-National Honor Society 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. WILLIAM AUGUSTINE PERILLI, 618 Tindall Avenue, Saint Anthony - Homeroom Representative 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 4, Chess Club 4. NINA KATHERINE PICCOLELLA, 2023 E. MCGaIliard Avenue, Saint Raphael. MICHAEL PIETRAS, 7 Solott Drive, Saint Raphael - Choral Group 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Bays' Athletics Club 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3. THOMAS ANTHONY PIHOKKEN, 1009 Division Street, Immaculate Conception - Class Vice-President 2, Choral Group 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4. MARY ANNE ANTOINETTE POTASH, 27 Elmont Road, Saint Raphael-Future Nurses' Club 1, Color Guard 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1. FRANCES PATRICIA PRATICO, 6 Martha Drive, Saint Raphael - Homeroom Representative 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, Softball 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL JOSEPH PRATICO, Front and Main Streets, Crosswicks, Saint Vincent DePaul. PATRICIA ANN PROCACCINO, 40 Valley View Road, Saint Raphael-Softball 1, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT JOHN PUHALSKI, 9 Rudner Avenue, Saint An- thony-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3. SUZANNE ELAYNE PUSTAE, 863 Melrose Avenue, Saint Anthony-Mission Representative 3, 4, Choral Group 2, Ski Club 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL ANTHONY QUARINO, 27 Pierce Avenue, Saint Anthony-Boys' Athletics Club 4, Soccer 3. WILLIAM PATRICK RANEY, 11 Rotunda Drive, Saint Raphael-Ski Club 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4. MADELYN MARY RASIMOWICZ, 657 S. Olden Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-Homeroom Representative 3, 4, "Antonian" Statf 1, Ski Club 3, Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Softball 1, 2, Color Guard 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL LANCE READING, 308 South Olden Avenue, Saint Anthony-Biology Club 2, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Track 1, 2. PAULA THERESA MARIE REALI, 176 Anderson Street, Immaculate Conception -- Homeroom Representative 1, Choral Group 2, 3, Future Teachers' Club 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. CARMEN RICARDO RETTZO, 10 Dover Road, Saint Raphael-Choral Group 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4. KAREN LORETTA RHODES, 405 Gropp Avenue, Saint Raphael-Mission Representative 2, 3, Biology Club 2, Future Teachers' Club 1, Color Guard 3, 4, Drill Team 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4. BARBARA ANN RICCIARDO, 41 Magnolia Lane, Saint Raphael - Ski Club 3, Softball 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. ERSILIA PALMA RICCIO, 131 Anderson Street, Imma- culate Conception - Homeroom Representative 2, Drill Team 3, G.A.A. Show 2. BARBARA ANN RICCITELLO, 836 Franklin Street, Holy Angels-G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4. KATHLEEN ELIZABETH RICHFORD, 455 Cleveland Ave- nue, Saint Anthony -- Mission Representative 4, G.A.A. Show 2. JUDITH ANN ROBB, 9 Farmer Drive, Allentown, Saint John-Choral Group 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 4. --Aenior Directory LINDA MARIA ROBERSON, 337 Cook Avenue, Saint Anthony-Future Teachers' Club 1, Basketball 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2. MARK JAMES RODGERS, 1801 South Clinton Avenue, Holy Angels-Homeroom Representative 2, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 4. PETRINA ANN ROMANO, 422 Cuyler Avenue, Saint Anthony-Homeroom Representative 2, 3, Choral Group 1, 2, Ski Club 3, Drill Team 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. TIMOTHY MICHAEL ROONEY, 8 Rudner Avenue, Saint Anthony-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, Soccer 2, 3, 4. LOLA PATRICIA ROSSI, 5 Whittaker Avenue, Saint Joachim -- Homeroom Representative 3, 4, Mission Representative 2, Ski Club 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN PATRICIA RUSSO, 1902 Liberty Street, Saint Anthony-Basketball 1, G.A.A. Show 2, 4. LORETTA ANN RUSSO, 865 Park Avenue, Saint An- thony-Ski Club 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL JOSEPH SABO, 1044 Chambers Street, Saint Stephen-"Antonian" Staff 4, National Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Chess Club 4. DOROTHY ANNE SAILEY, 21 Dodge Drive, Saint Ra- phael-"Antonian" Staft 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2. ALBERTA VERONICA SANTINI, 316 Chestnut Avenue, Saint Joachim-Ski Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4. ANTHONY GENNARO SANTUCCI, 246 Randall Ave- nue, Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, President 4, Chemistry Club 3. MARY JO ROSE SCARINGELLI, 1129 Genesee Street, Holy Angels-National Honor Society 3, 4, Choral Group 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. ALAN DENNIS SCHAUER, 9 Abbey Place, Holy An- gels-Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4. CHARLES EUGENE SCHWARTZ, 15 Moffat Avenue, Saint Anthony-Chess Club 4. ELLEN MARGARET SCULLION, 129 Watson Avenue, Saint Anthony. WILLIAM FRANCES SEAMAN, Jr., 943 Melrose Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. DAVID PAUL SHEAFFER, 1312 S. Clinton Avenue, Immaculate Conception. JOSEPH MICHAEL SHEKIRO, Jr., 64 Gerard Road, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Representative 1, "An- tonian" Staft 3, Sports Editor 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Biol- ogy Club 2, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Track 2, 3, 4. ANTOINETTE VERA SHILKEVICH, 109 Genesee Street, Saint Josaphat-National Honor Society 3, 4. LINDA SHULTZ, 932 Fairmount Avenue, Saint An- thony-Choral Group 1, 2, 3, 4. PAULETTE DELORES SICILIANO, 74 Patterson Avenue, Saint Anthony-Ski Club 3, Drill Team 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1. GAIL MARIE SILVERSON, 27 Windway Way, Saint Raphael-Mission Representative 2, Ski Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL SLOVER, 1155 Hamilton Avenue, Saint Anthony. RICHARD JOHN SMALL, 33 Parent Avenue, Saint Ra- phael-Ski Club 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2. ROSEMARY SNYDER, 11 Rudner Avenue, Saint An- thony-Choral Group 4, Ski Club 3, Drill Team 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 3, 4. NICHOLAS JOSEPH SOLIMANDO, 933 Park Avenue, Saint Anthony - Mission Representative 1, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. JOHN THOMAS SOSS, 521 Lalor Street, Holy Cross- Boys' Athletics Club 4. RICHARD WAYNE SOST, 8 Rotunda Drive, Saint Ra- phael-Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Track 2, Soccer 2, 3, 4. JOHN ANDREW SPISAK, Jr., 11 Belfast Court, Saint James-Choral Group 2, 3, Football 1, 3. CHERYL ANN STEMMER, 241 Maddock Avenue, Saint Raphael-Ski Club 3, Color Guard 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4. LYNNE KAREN STEPHAN, 619 Chambers Street, lm- maculate Conception-G.A.A. Show 2, 4. PETER ANTHONY STORCELLA, 38 McKinley Avenue, Immaculate Conception. SUSAN CATHERINE SUKOTSKY, 735 Roebling Avenue, Immaculate Conception - Homeroom Representative 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS HENRY SZCZEPANSKI, 425 South Logan Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-"Corristin" Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. STEVEN KARL SZMUTKO, 620 William Street, Imma- culate Conception - Homeroom Representative 4, Forum Club 2, Football 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3. JOHN TARNECKI, 71 Caroline Avenue, Holy Angels- Key Club 3, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Boys' Athletic Club 3, Chess Club 4. JOSEPH TARNECKI, 71 Caroline Avenue, Holy Angels -Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Boys' Athletics Club 3. KATHLEEN MARIE TEDDER, 50 Bismarck Avenue, Saint Anthony-Ski Club 3. DIANE MARIE TELENCIO, 2548 South Broad Street, Holy Angels-Ski Club 2, 3, Drama Club 4, Basket- ball 2, Tennis 4. MONICA HOPE TERLECKI, 47 Coolidge Avenue, Saint Anthony-Ski Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 4, Cheerleader 1, Softball 1, 2, 3. ROSANN MARY TERMEN, 11 Lorraine Drive, Saint An- thony-Choral Group 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD RICHARD THIEL, 2160 Greenwood Avenue, Saint Anthony. JOHN ANTHONY TOMASULO, 21 Phillips Avenue, Saint Raphael-Choral Group 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2. ROSEMARY VIRGINIA TOTTOROTO, 11 Francine Drive, Saint Raphael-Mission Representative 1, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Choral Group 1, Ski Club 3, Softball 1, Drill Team 2, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. CARMELA MARIE TUCCILLO, 900 Quinton Avenue, Saint Anthony-Homeroom Representative 2, Choral Group 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2. MICHELE ANN TURANSICK, 419 Gladstone Avenue, Saint Anthony. CHRISTINE RUTH VAN PELT, 36 Unwin Drive, Saint Raphael-Choral Group 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, G.A.A. Show 1, 2, 3, 4. ANGELO PAUL VIGLIOTTI, 1 Hendrickson Way, Holy Angels - Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARLENE ANNETTE VITA, 50 Copperfield Drive, Saint Raphael-G.A.A. Show 1, 4, Drill Team 3, 4. GAIL MARIE VON GONTEN, 18 Mallory Way, Saint Raphael-G.A.A. Show 2, 3. BRIAN GERARD WALLACE, 1030 Fairmount Avenue, Saint Anthony-Choral Group 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Football 1, Boys' Athletics Club 3. MARJORIE CATHERINE WALTERS, 64 Winding Way, Saint Raphael-Homeroom Representative 3, Choral Group 2, G.A.A. Show 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Softball 1, 2. THERESA ANN WARENSKI, 138 Austin Avenue, Saint Anthony-Ski Club 3, Softball 1. FRANK EDWARD WARYASZ, 12 White Stag Drive, Holy Cross-Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. GREGORY LAWRENCE WEERHEIM, 11 Charles Bossert Drive, Saint Mary of the Assumption-Homeroom Representative 1, Ski Club 2, Chess Club 4. JAMES THOMAS WEIGAND, 23 Coolidge Avenue, Saint Anthony-Homeroom Representative 2. ROBERT JOSEPH WEIGAND, 23 Coolidge Avenue, Saint Anthony - Mission Representative 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. JUDEANNE CECILIA WEINHOFER, 832 Melrose Ave- nue, Saint Anthony-Choral Group 2, 3, 4. ERNEST BENEDICT WHITE, 1681 Hamilton Avenue, Saint Anthony - Choral Group 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. WAYNE JOSEPH WIESER, 814 Franklin Street, Holy Angels-"Antonian" Staff 3, Boys' Athletics Club 4. 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Route 37, Toms River 201-341-0521 EDDON HEATING 81 AIR CONDITIONING Sales - Service - Installation Duct 81 Sheet Metal Work 394-3175 Second and Landing Street 392-9486 FABRICS BY LEONA Independence Mall 888-3444 FOY'S DRUG STORE 3024 S. Broad Street 888-0400 GRUERIO FUNERAL HOME HATALA'S FLOWERS 1096 Kuser Road 587-0563 HOLLAND MOLD, INC. 1040 Pennsylvania Avenue 392-7032 BUZZ HOLLOWELL, Painting Contractor 25 Magnolia Lane 585-7914 V. B. IALACCI 8m SON, Builder 908 Fairmount Avenue 393-9825 JOSEPH HAIR STYLIST 629 Whitehorse Avenue 585-7434 KAPRI KITCHENS, INC. 3212 S. Broad Street 585-8150 J. W. KENNEDY 81 SON 550 Perry Street 392-3186 KRAFTSMAN KITCHENS 1138 S. Olden Avenue 586-4900 KRECHMER MUSIC CO. 250 Route 130, Bordentown 298-4466 LA CASA COIFFURES 2094 Liberty Street 989-8968 LA FONTANA RESTAURANT 1458 Chambers Street 393-3603 LA PETITE DANCE STUDIO 2513 Hamilton Avenue 587-1553 ED. LEIGH, Carpenter 371 Connecticut Avenue 586-7124 LIBERTY THRIFTWAY SUPERMARKET, INC. 1435 Liberty Street 393-8476 NEW HOPE REALTY Washington Crossing 493-3669 OLD BOROUGH SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSN. 1434 S. Broad Street 393-4148 THE OLDEN PHARMACY 930 S. Olden Avenue 586-6661 PHlL'S DELICATESSEN Corner of Lakeside and Genesee St. PHIL PRATICO, Jeweler Watch 81 Jewelry Repairing 81 Sales 971 -Lalor Street frearj 392-6953 QUINN'S BAR 701 Cass Street 396-1063 PHILIP RICIGLIANI-MID-REGIONAL CONSTRUCTION CO. 214 Mott Street 695-0279 H. M. ROYAL, INC. SANDYCK'S SUB SHOP 1305 Nottingham Way 586-1796 JOE SCURTI SALES 1357 S. Broad Street 393-5511 STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS, INC. 2500 E. State Street or P.O. Box 550 587-5021-A. P. Jonaitis, Manager TAILORED TRAVEL 8. TOURS Hamilton Office 491 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road 585-9100 TEE CEE'S DELI-RESTAURANT 11 Sunnybrae Boulevard Dover Park Plaza, Yardville YARDVILLE HOTEL 200 Allentown Road, Yardville 585-7030 THE YARDVILLE NATIONAL BANK 585-5100 119 Mrs. William Albright 46 Waldron Road Mr. and Mrs. William J. Andahazy 18 Rudner Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Barry 110 Lake Avenue Mr. and Mrs. George D. Bartlett 16 Kenwood Terrace Mrs. Richard Besler 80 Kearney Avenue Mr. and Mrs. N. Biache, Sr. 1539 S. Clinton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Donald Biddulph 509 West Park Avenue ln Memory of Walter H. Biddulph Dr. and Mrs. Donald Boyle 471 Hamilton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Bryce 512 West Park Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bucchi 122 Anderson Street Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carroll 102 Sharps Lane Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clayton 818 Quinton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cornish 314 Sewell Avenue The Craig Family Colonel and Mrs. Gerald N. Crawford 66 White Horse Avenue Mr. and Mrs. William A. 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Jablonski 467 Cleveland Avenue Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson 61 Englewood Boulevard Mr. and Mrs. George Jusko 29 Caroline Avenue Mrs. Joann Keller 1 Bradford Avenue, B-14, A-16 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klim 316 Birch Street Mr. and Mrs. James G. Kondas 125 Austin Avenue Mrs. Emily Levandowski 158 Churchill Avenue Mr. and Mrs. C. Lewis 221 Ashmore Avenue Frank Lewis 221 Ashmore Avenue Lost Articles Barnt Avenue Mrs. Ann MacNeil 460 Cleveland Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Marini 679 Lafayette Avenue Mary and Paul Toby Lane, Yardville 4 Amy Masterson 9 Bismarck Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCloskey 2400 S. Clinton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. McDonough 42 Bismarck Avenue Mrs. Rose McGrath 317 S. Cook Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Lis 387 Atlantic Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Monteverde Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Morris 2064 East McGalliard Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Murphy 32 Dodge Drive Mr. and Mrs. James J. Murray 317 S. Cook Avenue Mr. and Mrs. William A. Noon Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Normile Mr. and Mrs. Carlo A. Palombi 438 Bert Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Parrey 413 Dayton Street Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Perilli 618 Tindall Avenue John H. Pietras 7 Soloff Drive The Pietras Family 7 Soloff Drive Mr. and Mrs. A. Procaccino, Sr. 40 Valley View Road Mr. and Mrs. F. Provenzana 34 Fairway Drive The Pustae Family 863 Melrose Avenue Mary and Jeff Revolinski 248 McClellan Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Riccio 131 Anderson Street Mitzi and Tim Robb 9 Farmer Drive, Allentown Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Rossi 5 Whittaker Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sabo and Family 1044 Chambers Street Mr. Elmer Sandoff 13 Bismarck Avenue Mrs. Catherine R. Santucci 246 Randall Avenue Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schwartz 15 Moffatt Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Wm Scullion 129 Watson Avenue Mr. and Mrs. D. Silverson 27 Winding Way Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sofchak Roebling, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Solimando 933 Park Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Sost 8 Rotunda Drive Mr. and Mrs. John A. Spisak 11 Belfast Court St. Anthony School PTA Mr. and Mrs. Francis S. Szmutko 620 William Street Dr. Gerald Tuccillo Chambers and St. Francis Avenues Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Von Gonten 18 Mallory Way ALEXANDER'S TWIN PHCY., INC. 2217 S. Olden Avenue 587-8328 AL'S AUTO BODY Brunswick Avenue BARBERO'S BAKERY, INC. 61 Conrad Street 394-5122 BEE VEE COMPANY Klockner Road 587-3922 BELLA DONNA BEAUTY SALON 1666 Hamilton Avenue 587-2072 BIJOU FLORIST 1201 Chestnut Avenue 393-8397 BURGER CHEF 2430 S. Broad Street 888-9819 BURGER CHEF RESTAURANTS 1070 White Horse-Mercerville Road 585-9626 CAREY'S CARDS AND GIFTS Hamilton Plaza 586-0510 Special Patrons T. Walker 634 Arena Drive Mrs. Rita F. Wright 2414 S. Clinton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Zaino 76 Wert Avenue Tony Zuno '68 27 Ward Avenue National Honor Society Monsignor McCorristin Chapter National Junior Honor Society Saint Anthony Chapter Student Council 1971-1972 Saint Anthony High School Mr. Ordog and Section 1B Sr. Ann Michele and Section 2B Mrs. Dickinson and Section 3B Miss Liptak and Section 4B Miss Pannone and Section 5B Mrs. Bugdal and Section 7B Business Patrons CASINO RESTAURANT 15 Anderson Street 393-5875 CICCONE KITCHENS 1327 Liberty Street 396-4439 CHICKEN COOP 875 Chambers Street 393-1222 COSTANTINI CATERERS Egg Harbor DAYTON FOOD MARKET 601 Deklyn Avenue 393-7610 DECKER'S DAIRY, INC. Highstown 448-0106 DI DONATO'S REALTY 2801 Nottingham Way 586-2344 DI GIUSEPPE'S, INC. 601 Chestnut Avenue 392-8500 Sr. Marie Margaret and Section 8B Mr. Carson and Section 1C Sr. Christine Marie and Section 2C Mrs. Joyce and Section 3C Mr. Trayers and Section 4C Sr. Bernadette and Section 5C Miss Fabian and Section 7C Mr. Garrison and Section 8C Sr. Arlene and Section 1D Mr. Rura and Section 3D Sr. Margaret and Section 4D Miss Palombi and Section 5D Sr. Miriam Grace and Section 6D Mr. Krupa and Section 7D Mrs. Firman and Section 8D Sr. Mary Louise and Section 9D Mr. Schnur and Section 10D DOLTON'S PHARMACY 338 Farnsworth Avenue, Bordentown 298-0323 ED'S AMERICAN SERVICE Route 130, Bordentown 298-9784 FABER'S FABRICS Lawrence Shopping Center 882-6657 FEMINITE BOUTIQUE 2106 Nottingham Way 586-3210 GARDEN STATE TIRE 8. BATTERY CENTER Dist. of Mohawk, McCreary 81 Firestone 1023 S. Olden Avenue 393-7525 GEORGE'S BEVERAGES 522 Miller Avenue 586-6556 GERALDINE'S BEAUTY SALON 723 Roebling Avenue 392-2807 GLOBAL MECHANICAL, INC. 720 Remsen Avenue 695-2888 CARL J. GOELLER, Florist 530 Hamilton Avenue 396-3514 GRECO'S BARBER SHOP 140 S. Olden Avenue 695-5075 HAMILTON TAPE CENTER 566 Route j:l:33 586-501 1 HEATH 81 WILDBLOOD 1432 Hamilton Avenue 586-2211 HOLIDAY MOTORS OF TRENTON, 1360 S. Broad Street 394-5554 IRELAND PRIVATE SCHOOL 447 Chestnut Avenue 393-0531 ITALIAN PEOPLES BAKERY, INC. 63 Butler Street 394-7161 JAY'S KIDDIERAMA, INC. Route 206, R.D. 2 888-2617 JOE 81 BERNIE'S TAVERN 2085 Liberty Street 392-9592 JOE'S TAILOR SHOP 201 William Street 396-5772 LAWRENCEVILLE HESS STATION 2480 Brunswick Pike LOG CABIN SERVICE STATION Route 539, Allentown CL 9-3881 LOLA'S PIZZA White Horse and Klockner Roads 587-5285 LuMOR'S MEN'S SHOP 1681 Hamilton Avenue 586-3753 JOSEPH HOWARD MARTIN, Appra 2700 Princeton Pike 882-0288 MAURY ROBINSON MEN'S STORE 512-514 Hamilton Avenue 392-6043 MAX'S AUTO PARTS 1511 Calhoun Street 394-5406 MERCERVILLE SHELL SERVICE 2683 Nottingham Way 587-3949 INC. iser Realtor Business Patrons THE MUSIC BOX 1 100 Route 33 587-4696 NELLO'S SHOE SHOP 1849 S. Broad Street 393-9535 NEW COLONIAL BAKERY 305 Hudson Street 396-9869 NOREIKA GAS, INC. Clarksburg 609-259-2227 J. NOTTE'S BARBER SHOP 541 White Horse Avenue OLDEN AMOCO 1515 S. Olden Avenue 888-9834 OLDEN HEALTH FOOD CENTER 1301 N. Olden Avenue 695-5455 OXFORD SHOP Independence Mall 888-4990 PARFAIT HOUSE 411 Route 33 586-2835 PEP'S STEAK HOUSE 945 Liberty Street 695-2404 PLAIN 81 FANCI HAIR FASHIONS 4029 S. Broad Street 585-6415 QUALITY NURSERY 1420 Chambers Street 394-8426 ROCKY'S ITALIAN-AMERICAN RESTAURANT 980 Trenton Road, Fairless Hills CY 5-4441 RAY RODGERS CITGO SERVICE 1241 Hamilton Avenue 586-0414 ROSATI'S HAIRCUTTING 1001 Hamilton Avenue 394-5103 ROSANN'S BEAUTY SALON 402 Cleveland Avenue 394-5544 ROSE'S COIFFURES 1878 S. Broad Street 393-3213 SALVATORE'S DRUG STORE 201 Hamilton Avenue 393-0092 SCHNOERING 8m WELSH, Roofers 115 Cooney Avenue 587-1498 FRED L. SCHWARTZ AGENCY 2615 S. Broad Street 888-3270 SELMON'S ARCO White Horse and S. Olden Avenues 585-2730 SHAPE AND STYLE 1121 Hamilton Avenue 392-3801 SIEGEL'S PHARMACY 1201 S. Broad Street 394-8111 SILK'S PHARMACY 1901 Greenwood Avenue 587-5423 MINA L. SMITH, Realtors 100 White Horse Avenue 888-1 1 10 STEVE'S BAR 29 Tuttle Avenue 586-4482 MISS TERRI'S SCHOOL OF DANCE 957 Liberty Street 392-2733 TONY'S PIZZA 81 RESTAURANT Route 206, Bordentown 298-9897 TRACY'S 5 81 10 1 155 Hamilton Avenue 392-9068 THE VILLAGE SHOP 109 East Park Avenue 888-1 134 VILLA PARK PHARMACY 755 Hamilton Avenue 393-1345 WARD'S FUEL SERVICE 1540 S. Olden Avenue 587-3061 WEIGAND'S GARAGE 3060 Quakerbridge Road 587-5452 YARDVILLE PHARMACY 4248 S. Broad Street 585-6500 YARDVILLE SUPPLY CO. Church Street, Yardville 585-5000 YOUR CLEANING VILLAGE 2465 S. Broad Street 888-3354 E miiPitl'0llS Mr. and Mrs. William Alen East Drive Alex and Linda Bellevue, Pa. Miss Dorothy G. Amburg 101 S. Walter Avenue Martha Andahazy '69 Joe Andahazy 18 Rudner Avenue Susan Angelica 222 Division Street Frank Bannon 5 Hempstead Road John Barry 1 10 Lake Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bencivengo and Family 848 Chambers Street Mr. and Mrs. A. Bernocchi 423 Garfield Avenue Mrs. Pearl Bernocchi 123 Kuser Road Mrs. C. J. Besler 338 Garfield Avenue Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Besler 223 Lowell Avenue The Blackburn Family Clarksburg Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bonacci 212 Fetter Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bowers Box 481, A-R. R. 2 Groveville Road Mr. Michael T. Bozzo 6 Glen Stewart Drive Brian and Cathy 152 Phillips Avenue Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Briel and Family 234 Randall Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bruschi 111 Mason Avenue Mark Burns 360 Bert Avenue Rosie Burzachello 76 Wall Street Mr. and Mrs. Michael Calisti 237 Bentley Avenue Mr. and Mrs. P. Capasso 45 Unwin Drive Dr. and Mrs. N. Cifelli Mr and Mrs. Richard L. Colgan 1323 Chambers Street Carl Corsi and Family 1060 White Horse Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Carl Corsi, Jr. Northgate Apts. 1 12-F Susan Craig In Memory of Joseph Crosswicks, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Crosswicks 20 Westcott Avenue John Crosswicks, Jr. 20 Westcott Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Cuiule 309 S. Cook Avenue Mr. and Mrs. James Cunningham 326 Ardmore Avenue Mrs. John P. Cunningham 52 Collins Road Col. and Mrs. Edward Czarnomski 507 Leuckel Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D'Ambrosio 112 Division Street Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Darazio 57 Copperfield Drive Carol A. Davis 7 Moffatt Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Gerald De Angelo 17 Bigelow Road Mr. and Mrs. Thomas De Paola 129 Redwood Avenue Walter Dobinson, Jr. Jim Dolan 28 Hastings Road Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dolan 28 Hastings Road Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Domanski 28 Magnolia Lane O. H. Domboski 166 Phillips Avenue Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Domboski 152 Phillips Avenue Donna and Ralph 17 Bigelow Road Mr. and Mrs. C. Everitt Miss Lucine P. Fabian Yardley, Pa. Joseph T. Febo, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Fitzgerald 32 Longwood Drive Maria Louisa Foglia 616 Roebling Avenue Mr. and Mrs. James Folmer 313 Garfield Avenue Compliments ofa Friend Compliments of a Friend Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fuccello 700 Kuser Road Mr. and Mrs. Don Galinski and Diane 1470 Princeton Avenue Mr. Joseph Garrison 950 Park Avenue Gary and Anne 360 Bert Avenue Mrs. Santina Giaquinto 14 Bolton Road Margaret Greco 315 Elmer Street Mr. and Mrs. J. Grogan 813 Revere Avenue Edward Guire 1700 S. Broad Street Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haggerty 29 Kearney Avenue Mr. Norman Harzenski 227 Tyler Street Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hegner 125 Franklin Street Mr. and Mrs. Earl Herdman 73 Circle Drive Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Hib 25 Wesley Avenue Holy Cross Church Adeline Street Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hubal Yardley, Pa. Tom Hyde 43 N. Hermitage Avenue In Memory of Joseph Ialacci Joe and Helen lmbalzano 641 Redfern Street Misses Rita and Phyllis Imba 587 S. Clinton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. A. Jablonski 467 Cleveland Avenue Mr. Thomas E. Jablonski 467 Cleveland Avenue John and Diane 158 Churchill Avenue Mrs. Muriel Johnson bert lzano Saint Anthony High School Mr. and Mrs. John Kasper 1074 Lalor Street Kathy, Bob, and Lisa 1 Bradford Court Helen and George Keister 44 Charlotte Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Myron Kirzecky 19 Mallory Way Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kokota 613 Center Street ilo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kolbacki 6 Bethany Court Mrs. Lillian Kozicz 125 Austin Avenue Mr. John Lally 2124 Liberty Street Mr. and Mrs. John Larkin 8 Dailey Drive The Lauer Family 10 Sandy Lane The Levandowski Family 158 Churchill Avenue Lin and Gary Mac Miss Mary Anne Liptak Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Mancuso 337 S. Cook Avenue Mr. and Mrs. John T. Manuguerra 338 Redfern Street Linda Maressa 207 Hamilton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marue, Sr. 5-33-A Hamilton Park Apts. Mark Massi 838 Revere Avenue Mr. and Mrs. N. Massi 838 Revere Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Jules Mate 6 Valley View Road Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mattonelli 315 Irvington Place Mr. and Mrs. J. McClanahan Mr. and Mrs. D. W. McDonald, Jr. 19 Marcia Drive Sammy G. McDonough '87 1 Bradford Avenue 19-4 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McTamney 18 Village Drive Frank Miscoski Cream Ridge Golf Club Mr. Joseph E. Monteverde Mr. and Mrs. William Moore 519 West Park Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Norman Morris 201 Maple Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mudrak 18 Winding Way Beverly Myslinski 19 Appleton Drive Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Myslinski, Sr. 19 Appleton Drive Debbie and Stan Myslinski Nanci and Bob 1 Bradford Avenue B-14 A-16 Patrons Nancy and Joey 20 Westcott Avenue Nancy, My Ca r, Motormen 29 Caroline Avenue Mr. and Mrs. M. Obst 256 Glenn Avenue Mrs. Margaret Ostermier 14 Pierce Avenue Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Padula 3409 Richmond Avenue Vincent Pennacchi '66 21 Barbara Drive May and Les Poyner Birmingham, England Peter W. Radice, Jr. 917 Park Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rasimicz 657 S. Olden Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Rettzo 10 Dover Road Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rhodes, Jr. 405 Gropp Avenue Elsa Riccio 131 Anderson Street Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Romano, Sr. 422 Cuyler Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph 120 Woodside Avenue Carolyn Russo 1902 Liberty Street Mr. and Mrs. John J. Russo 1902 Liberty Street Sammy and Carol 212 Whittaker Avenue Anthony G. Santucci 246 Randall Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Wasyl Sawula 459 Home Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schoonover 61 Gerard Road Ellen Scullion 129 Watson Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shekiro, Sr. 64 Gerard Road, Yardville Mr. and Mrs. Paul Siciliano 74 Patterson Avenue Sisters of Saint Anthony Grammar School S. Olden Avenue H. L. Smith 509 Hamilton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. John Sofchak Roebling, N. J. Soss Family 521 Lalor Street Rich Sost Motormen Automotive Assoc. Ruth Swope Rt. 524, Clarksburg Steven Szmutko 620 William Street Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Tottoroto 11 Francine Drive Mr. Fred Taweel 74 Patterson Avenue Mrs. Mary E. 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Aronson Mr. and Mrs. Augie Asta Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Astore Mrs. Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Barton Lewis Barton Eileen Bencivengo Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. c. K. Bluurh, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bencivengo and Mark August L. Biache Lumber Bloomberg Bobby and Maryanne Arlene Joy Bogdan Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bogdan and Family Peter's Barber Shop Bray's Deli. Brent's T.V. George Brezna Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lisa Calisti Michael and Mr. and Mrs. Brezna Raymond Brook and Family Harry J. Brown Anthony Bruschi G. Calisti and Family Greg Calisti Edward A. Callahan Mr. and Mrs. John Colvonelli Mr. and Mrs. Edward Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Capotosti Tony Cardel Josephine Carmignoni Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Patricia R. Carmignoni l. Cary Patricia Cary '70 Robert J. Chi CHESS Cindy and Bobby Mrs. Margaret Collins Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conway Wm. Cornish, Jr. James T. Cunningham Mary Susan Cunningham '7'l D'Agostino Family Domico's Camera Shop Bi Studio Helen Davidowski Debbie and Steve Mrs. Connie Dellario De Marie Family Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gail and Vin Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D'Errico and Family Joseph Di Cara ce Dickson Stephen Diekneit George M. Dix France and Connie Dolci Mrs. A. Dow Eddie's Delicatessen Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Fares John E. Farrell, Jr. Mrs. Mary Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. The Fitzgeral Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Field d Family John T. Fitzpatrick H. Foden 'Stephen Folmer The Ford Family Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend A Friend W. J. Frake, Jr. Carl Frey c400St9f?rr Mr. and Mrs. James T. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. George Gavenda Louis Garber, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gerasimowicz Mrs. D. Gervasoni Mr. and Mrs. J. Giancola and Family Kathy and Mary Ellen Giaquinto Carty L. Giffin Grant and Joanne Mr. and Mrs. William L. 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