Trenton Catholic Academy - Corristin Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)

 - Class of 1973

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'ew , .V r,v91i1,fg S Q' .,., ' V, . . , zvkltfifi . 1: L is .-5,3,'. ,,. 1 V- 4 .Q fb r - . . .V V u ,IH ,W , .'. . , V , Iv! - . ,1' .,'n, ' I v ' I 1 fa A, ,.,. X I , Y . N. . ai Ox y , 11, ' 1. ' ,. 9 . , . ' f K.. . x 1, . ' N . . s wg- V: 4' 1 ii .ilk 'ffl-,, t , , WJ' V . V . f . . .' . '. , ' ' -x u 's .Y ' D , . . b 5 , ., If -V .1 I X, .1 5 . lat 4 , 1, . li The Senior Class presents the 1.9 73 ORRI TIN SAINT ANTHONY HIGH SCHOGL Trenton, New Iersey 08610 '? Q .sw i ,X if A. Jug xfi if r fi ,Q I W wr , J I ez .. as -"Ml at E .. N i,- sl R i z , an 'iff Y 1 K 51 Corristin 1973 presents the many varied stitches woven into the tapestry of our school days. This year is even more special than previous ones because we not only have embroidered our own memories, but also have interwoven many new experiences, and most importantly many new friends. just as each and every stitch was essential to make the picture complete, so every event and person was essential to make 1973 one of the most unfor- gettable. Now without further delay, we invite the reader to peruse this "wondrous woven magic." "These years have been a tapestry, Of rich and royal hueg An everlasting vision of the things we used to do. A wondrous woven magic, In bits of brown and gold. A tapestry to feel and see, Impossible to hold." Adapted from "TAPESTRY" by CAROL KING K, J' I X TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION ...... FACULTY ..................... UNDERCLASSMEN ........ ........ ACTIVITIES ............. ....,... SPORTS ...... ..,.,.,, SENIORS ......................,....... .,..,,,. FACULTY DIRECTORY ,..,. ........ SENIOR DIRECTORY ...... ...,.... PATRON S ...................., ,.,,,,,, GMPETE T A D DEDIC TED D INISTRATOR The Very Reverend His Excellency, The Most Reverend THOMAS J. FRAIN, Ph.D. GEORGE W. AHR S T D Diocesan Superintendent of Schools Bishop of Trenton In a few minutes, Father Fitzpatrick, Bishop Ahr and Father Bohnsack would be standing before the graduating class of 1972. They seem to be contemplating their words of congratulations and ad- vice as they walk towards the scene of commencement. A similar scene will most likely grace our own commence- ment, June 4, 1973. X E ..,.. QR .saw 5 MEET OHALLE OE ED CATIO AL EED "WX is..,,,,, The Most Reverend MICHAEL P. MCCORRISTIN, V.G., P.A. Founder and Director of Saint Anthony High School SISTER M. JOHN JOSEPH, O.S.F. Principal of Saint Anthony High School Upon completion in September, 1962, Saint Anthony High School opened its doors to fulfill the educational needs of area students. Under the guidance of Monsignor McCorristin and of competent administration and de- voted faculty, Saint Anthony received high recognition among schools. A Because of Monsignor's foresight, Saint Anthony High was again prepared, this time to receive the influx of Cathedral High School students when the city school per- manently closed its doors in June, 1972. Last spring Monsignor worked diligently to complete the second floor new wing in order to accommodate the more than 400 incoming students for the fall term. New as well as former faculty and students collaborated to make the spirit one and to maintain the motto of the Brown and Gold: "In holiness and learning." To Monsignor McCorristin do we owe the deepest gratitude for the opportunity he has given us to continue a Catholic education. To Sister John joseph, also, we are grateful for her support and guidance, her fairness to students and faculty surpassing all. And to the faculty - our priests, sisters, and lay teachers - we also owe our gratitude for their devotion and for their dedication to the betterment of our education. The example and the inspiration they have given us will be among the golden threads woven into the tapestry of our lives. V Sf' SISTER AGNES FRANCIS SISTER ALICE CECILIA SISTER ARLENE MR. FRANK BENCIVENGO Q :I Q' W A . - . Ai.. L Yi VKL, i . , A A .Q f .,LL A I Mx A S f I IQSA , n .. ,...., wie 1' 1 a 5 x , I 's X rs S 3 RS I I S2 . IS'-V. , is .QE cexfzggwqgxfw A F A? 53 WE MR. BRUCE BERLINGER SISTER BERNADETTE MRS. KAREN BLACK REV. WILLIAM BOHNSACK WWW Q? Our main office secretaries, MIS. Thibodeau, Mrs. Carson, and Mrs. Ryan pause briefly from their work schedule to greet the camera. TEACHERS HELP TO. ENRICH TAPESTRYg ADD GOLDEN THREADS OF SPIRIT, DEDICATION X X , MISS MARJORIE BORN MRS. ANN MARIE BUGDAL MR. THOMAS BURNS MR. RICHARD CARSON SISTER CECILIA AGNES SISTER CHRISTINE MARIE MR. CHARLES CLERKE MR. ROBERT COMPANICK MRS. ELIZABETH CORVO MR. JOSEPH DEPIANO ?9 In MRS. LILLIAN DICKINSON i MISS LUCINE FABIAN SISTER FRANCIS CLARE MR. WILLIAM DONLEN mf SISTER DORIS ,flu 1 W' 4 4: ggpgamdeei ,.7gEiD.I,'fe . iffl' .QQ .E4f'.f"Qf:'fl."I 'fl'-I MISS KATHLEEN MRS. JOYCE FIRMAN FARAGLIA MR. JOHN GALLAGHER MR. JOSEPH GARRISON MR. DENNIS HICE SISTER DOROTHY REV. PATRICK FITZPATRICK MISS DIANE HETLING MR. DOUGLAS HICE W5 df MRS. MURIEL JOHNSON MRS. ROSE KEEFER MISS KATHLEEN KIRBY MR. ABRAHAM LEVIN MRS. CAROL JOYCE MR. ROBERT KELLY MR. TIMOTHY KRAMER f i?z'?f4'f2. hji f iv pm jam xv 'sl I MISS JANET LOGUIRATO 'uw ' " M gm af V 3.8. . 1 sk ,Ski SER 1. .4 l W I ,,f'7IfWf 'cw' W Mrs. Schnorbus takes a moment out of her busy library schedule to give the camera a great big smile. MR. JOHN LACON MR. JOHN LALLY N Q5 .5 'SW X1 I ig? I I S71' VW' V 'lx ' x lk . MR. ERNEST MACNEW MRS. PAULINE MAINS MISS PATRICIA MARAZZO SISTER MARIE MARGARET SISTER MARY LOUISE SISTER MARGARET SISTER MARIE OLIVETTE MISS BARBARA MCDONALD "Another day, another band-aid . . ." Mrs. Klim, the school nurse, happily assists the students in their medical needs. SISTER M IRIAM GRACE SISTER MIRIAM ROSE ,max Hive '95, MRS. ELIZABETH MULVEY MR. ANTHONY NITTI MR. CARMEN NITTI MR.DOMINIC OLIVERI "Where have all the weight watchers gone?" Mrs. Metzger bal ances the scale, but no one shows up to be weighed. MR. PAUL ORDOG MISS PHYLLIS PALOMBI MISS MICHELE PANNONE SISTER PAULA MARIE SISTER PAULINE MR. ANTHONY POTENZA This Language Week display portrays realia of various for- eign countries. .alll-R. """""""' MR. THOMAS PRIORY MRS. KATHLEEN MRS. DORIS RADICE MISS PATRICIA RAUCH PRITCHARD B MISS CLARA RAYMOND SISTER REGINA MRS. KATHLEEN MISS MARY RUDOLPH RUDOLPH MR. RAYMOND RURA MR. PAT SALERNO 'ls' W., X MRS. JEAN SHIPOS MR. RONALD STOJ SISTER THOMAS MARIE if N li 'Q M of 'T ,"-- .l '111-W1-I f, W ' A' I N ' if 1 MRS. LAURETTE MR. RAYMOND MR. BRUCE WHITE MISS LOIS YENCHA TRACCHI WERNERSBACH .- Sophomore Hall provides a view of the SA convent and a part of the school campus. ' PW . ,, 4 'I 'N 2 e s .tw We .. ikgfgiar., . "vw, . r "Too many cooks spoil the broth", but not so with Saint Anthony's cafeteria staff: Mrs. Anna Petruska, Mrs. Mary Fernandez, Mrs. Elizabeth Wagner, Mrs. Theresa Wieger, Mrs. Elizabeth O'Neil1, Mrs. Lois Puhalski, Mrs. Elvira Messina. li 'K 4' ' Checking for the day's absentees, Mrs. Kosul seems pleased to find that, even with a peculiar happening such as snow in October, students refrain from staying home. , Xie. nd", nf' Y "' we S. ..... ef' eec M e 5 N f?3v5,,.w ,Q 1-Of Mrs. Menichelli checks her work schedule for the day's chores. 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"You've got a friend." Jody Maher is grateful for Kurt Dennish's help in Algebra II class. SECTION 2B - ROW 1: Mary Celinski, Margaret Calderone, Sandra Capasso, Francine Bucca, Josephine Clark, Beth Chaty ROW 2: Frank Camera, Maureen Bradley, Deborah Carlton Virginia Broderick, Lisa Brady, Susan Chase, Michael Canavera ROW 3: James Burns, Mary Callahan, Mary Cary, Mary Caruso 2 J Theodore Buriani. ROW 4: Carl Chianese, Alan Breza, Enrico Caiazzo, Denis Cavanaugh, Thomas Chepiga, Timothy Bryan, Lewis Chiaramonti, Dennis Brovak, Robert Cieslikowski, Gerald Caracciolo. .3 . 5 Q SECTION 3B - ROW 1: Deborah Clark, Kathleen DiAntonio, Bette Anne Della Rossa, Marcella Cowell, Patricia D'Abronzo, Maureen Costigan. ROW 2: Richard Crosby, Joan Czajkowski Coleen Delate, Nancy DiFalco, Catherine Dillione, Patricia Cos: tello, Walter Davidson. ROW 3: Michael DiBalsi, Patrick De- Felice, Louis Cosma, Rosemary Cooper, Kathleen Cox, Carl Corso. ROW 4: Stephen Crescenzi, Robert Cowley, Gregory Costa, David Depue, Eugene Czajkowski, Charles Didun, John Contento, Kurt Dennish, Thomas Cunningham, James Di- Memmo. SECTION 4B - ROW 1: William Gazonas, Jane Ferry, Karen Falcone, Lynne Duvin, Patricia Dooling, Nancy Hurley, Donna Guadagno, John Fink. ROW 2: Richard Hegner, Margaret Hooker, Mary jane Hucman, Valerie Gross, Helene Gray, Rose- marie Fisher, John Friel. ROW 3: James Fitzgerald, Michael Gerstnicker, Thomas Elmer, Robin Gallagher, Colleen Farley, SECTION 5B - ROW l: Donna Kennedy, Maureen Kelly, Nancy Kanka, Debra Limone, Sandra Lanzoni, Carol Lombardi, Maria Kirzecky, Deborah Knight. ROW 2: Karen Kelly, Kath- leen Kelly, Joanne Kucay, Kathleen Immroth, Mary Kanicki, Ro- chelle janowski, Eileen Krisanda. ROW 3: Ronald Kuzma, Mi- chael Lombardi, Michele Larkin, Mariann Karczewski, Donna Vincent Gervasoni, Michael Fasanella, Casey George, Keith Hay- den. ROW 4: Thomas Gervasio, Eugene Guillemette, Laurence Ferrante, Brian Frascella, Gary Gerstenacker, Jeffrey Gore, Jo- seph Fysz, Darryl Holliday, Gary Endrzejewski, Nicholas Harbist, Guy Doherty, Jeffrey Fowler. Kelly, Susan Kasian, Susanne Johnson, Jerome Hustak, David Lanigan. ROW 4: Dennis Kinnevy, Robert Linder, Douglas Large, Barry Kelly, Christopher Kerins, Ralph Iorio, Dennis Kuti, Richard Liedtka, William Knipe, David Locane, Jeffrey Krueger, Alexander Lepkowski, Timothy Larkin. SECTION 6B - ROW 1: Kathleen Lyden, Maureen Manning, Eileen Matteucci, Roseann Manuguerra, Debra Maruca, Sharon McIntyre, Pamela Lutz. ROW 2: Philip Matera, Kathleen Mc- Manus, Sou Kon Louie, Paula Mastrangeli, Deborah Marczak, Lucy Menichelli, Josephine Marino, Cynthia Mastrodomenico. ROW 3: Jody Maher, Marion Mennel, Pamela Maahsen, Diane Markee, Mary Jo Marano, Sharon McNellis, Maureen McMani- mon, Kathryn McGarrity, Mary Ann McCarthy, Michael Mancuso Daniel McDonald. ROW 4: Thomas Martin, David Maurer, Mark Marino, Martin McDermott, John McGlynn, Joel Mc- Keever, Christopher Maik, David Marion, Paul Malloy, Stephen Makrancy, Louis Mercatanti, Edward Marcinkowski. SECTION 7B - ROW l: Michele Onofri, Denise Pangaldi, Patricia Parmigiani, Judith Mascarello, Christina Olszak, Jose- phine Peak, Joann Montagna, Deborah Minotti. ROW 2: Irene Milonas, Stephanie Monople, Kathleen Onofri, Theresa Papp, Joann Oresik, Kathleen Nangle, Jennifer Panfili. ROW 3: Nora Mostrangeli, Doreen Minotti, Marilyn Ofner, Anne Marie Mog- SECTION 8B - ROW l: Dorothy Schinkel, Susan Quigley, Donna Resch, Mary Radice, Doreen Renio, Joanne Rooney, Lor- rene Pesce, Agnes Perilli. ROW 2: Richard Risoldi, Anna Pra- tico, Lisa Rossi, Linda Pietras, Michelle Robinson, Linda Ponti- celli, John Rose. ROW 3: Edward Rockal, Michael Petrone, Paris Ricci, Joanne Repertorio, Linda Sabol, Deborah Richter, nancki, Elaine Mitchell, Mary Clair Morlando, Joan Pellitteri, Debra Mesday. ROW 4: Thomas Mihalow, Richard Mule, Steven Mirabelli, Gary Orson, Timothy Morgan, Karl Olsen, Jules Ne- meth, Albert Paglione, Bruce Myers, Anthony Pennacchi, Paul Patterson, Joseph Nocera, John Ocicki, James Pacera. Barbara Reinecke, Dolores Sajczuk, Rochelle Rettzo, Frank San- tini, Dante Pippa. ROW 4: Joseph Petruska, John Russo, David Rein, Ronald Sagnip, Joseph Pustae, Martin Price, James Ronan, Frank Santarsiero, Robert Pollack, Michael Pica, Jeffrey Plunkett, Albert Rhodes, Ralph Raspatello. SECTION 9B - ROW l: Judith Sciarrotta, Miriam Soltesz, Margaret Testa, Theresa Terman, Lorraine Stephen, Eleanor Silvestro, Nancy Spalding, JoAnn Takach. ROW 2: Mary Louise Stein, Cynthia Szymanski, Inge Stumpf, Mary Jo Stercula, Kath- leen Stanton, Debra Schuster, Sharon Spett. ROW 3: Lorraine Skulkety, Debra Somich, Agnes Terlecki, Juana Schultz, Patricia Stillwell, Nancy Schuler, Cynthia Sollami, Susan Seaman, Kath- leen Tascione. ROW 4: Richard Sparano, Stanley Sikorski, Thomas Seaman, Arthur Sciarrotta, Michael Smith, Charles Sci- arrotta, Michael Scully, Orest Szewciw, Kevin Slachta, John Schreiber, Joseph Suder. SECTION 10B - ROW 1: Sally Toft, Carole Vincent, Petronilla Verducci, Catherine White, Rosemarie Williams, Joan Welsh, Patricia Wargo. ROW 2: Carol Vayda, Doreen Thomas, Dawn Walker, Cynthia Wood, Elizabeth Walker, Dagmar Wegschaid- ler, Joann Yanno, Michael Voacolo. ROW 3: Joseph Zola, Fred- erick Vannozzi, Marie Zampini, Catherine Tomko, Marianne Nous prftons, vous pretez, ils prftent . . . 1 Miss Rudolph explains intricate French verb .- forms to an attentive second year class. ' 2 ia' Werkman, Carol Thibodeau, Michael Tomasulo, John Torpila. ROW 4: Mark Van Horn, Thomas Tresansky, Thomas Zabicki, Leonard Tuccillo, William Welsh, John West, Gregory Walton, Edward Turek, Robert Wishnie, Joseph Tuccillo, Joseph Tos- cano. The feminine mind conquers all! Sister Doris's explanation apparently satisfies future chemists Nancy DiFalco, Cheryl Bogdan, and Colleen Farley, but Daniel MacDonald seems somewhat dubious. junior girls get ready for group discussion in religion class. "Did I pass?" Andrea Chrzan waits anxiously as Mrs. Joyce corrects her American litera- ture test. OPHOMORE 524 tapestry to feel ana' see, impossible to hold 99 Whatever happened to the microscopes we struggled with? Sophomore Hisa Sykes demonstrates how to connect electricity to the efficient new microscopes, complete with sub-base lamps. Sister Cecilia Agnes and Carolyn Sirak look on. SECTION 1C - ROW 1: Barbara Balog, Mary Ammann, An- tonella Bartole, Carolyn Belardo, Agnes Angillio, Margaret Allen, Susan Abbott. ROW 2: Susan Bella, Mary Argust, Regina Bel- ardo, Jane Agoes, Jane Battista, Carol Battala. ROW 3: James Bahm, Carl Barbalaci, Donna Anderson, Paula Beland, Lisa Barszcewski, Mary Ann Basler, Eileen Bencivengo. ROW 4: Paul Bachi, Michael Azzaro, James Baroni, Dominick Azzaro, Ronald Augustyn, Michael Babice, john Benedetti, Dominick Argenti, Mark Abbott, Angelo Belardo, George Bencivengo. SECTION 2C - ROW l: Sharon Breining, Lucyanne Cammisa, Frances Bernhardt, Anna Cala, Mary Bryan, Barbara Botteri, Donna Blackwell. ROW 2: Angela Bumbera, Evelyn Carmasino Susan Bogdan, Mary Lou Britton, Linda Buckley, Patricia Boyeri ROW 3: Mary Bleir, Linda Burek, Cheryl Cardona, Lisa Boc- chini, Jacqueline Brittain, Kathleen Bonner, Raymond Bucchi. ROW 4: Sandra Bilancio, Joseph Bilardo, Anthony Brown, Arlan Biesecker, James Callan, Jonathan Borkowski, Victor Calandra, Jeffrey Bramley, John Bramble, Ronald Burke, William Brown, Louis Bojsko, john Bowers. SECTION 3C - ROW l: Agatha Constantine, Jean Compag- nucci, Kimberly Dearden, Margaret Czillich, Jean Carroll, Toma- sina Damiano, Maryann Davidson. ROW 2: Deborah DeBonis, Janet Cesario, Pamela Cashel, Joanne D'Andrea, Jeaninne Cir- ingione, Andrea Chrzan. ROW 3: Joseph Coculo, John Connolly, Suzanne Culliton, Denise Covert, Kathleen Connelly, Marianne Compagnucci, Theresa Cunningham, Joyce Cesario, Steven Csogi, Michael Ciaramella. ROW 4: Robert Clayton, Vincent Costa, Vincent Damiano, Daniel Cavallaro, Thomas Chase, Albert Con- stantini, Robert DeAngelo, Kenneth Cook, Thomas Celinski, Robert Craig. SECTION 4C - ROW l: Theresa Derrico, Anastasia Dertouzos, Catherine DeSandre, Paula Dzuranin, Ann Marie Frome, Joan Dittrick, Marie Fares. ROW 2: Linda Fisher, Kathleen Ermi, Natalie Favro, Jayne Dombroski, Cynthia Dill, Brenda Eberst. ROW 3: Gerald Dixon, Vito DiGuiseppe, Susan Fysz, Debra Faughnan, Susan Drake, Donna Formaroli, Carol Dzuranin, An- SECTION 5C - ROW l: Eileen Gaughan, Theresa Gallo, Marilyn Gripp, Marie Gayzik, Kathleen Hooper, Kim Harvilla, Linda Giancola. ROW 2: Joan Halak, Virginia Hunt, Allyson Jamieson, Mary Halajdida, Mary Iucolino, Linda Hvasta. ROW 3: Ronald Harbist, Sharon Hewitt, Donna Gennello, Carol nette Dillon, Kathleen Deck, Kenneth French, Ronald Duron. ROW 4: Joseph Doria, Mark Fabiano, Richard Dombroski, Car- men DeFelice, Alfred Dillione, Thomas DeLuca, Joseph Derrico, Michael Durisin, Patrick Foley, Thomas Frascella, Thomas Dzurkoc. Hornyak, Mary Hogan, Donna James, Joseph Groff, Clark Ja- blonski. ROW 4: John Gapszewicz, Robert Haines, Charles Hodge, Francis Hudik, William Hurley, Nicholas Gionacchini, Stanley Hawryluk, Erwin Heidenhofer, Thomas Gadecki, Gregory Gore, Daniel Griggs, Stephen Gallo, Mark Gulyas. SECTION 6C - ROW l: Theresa Klein, Eileen Kelly, Mary Latella, Mary Kozompoles, Geraldine Leachko, Rosemary Kanda, Kimberly Knowles. ROW 2: Leon Kasprzak, John Janos, Kath- leen Kirwan, Theresa Kelly, Martha Kopanycia, Theresa Larkin, Scott Krasny, Anthony Laramee. ROW 3: Eugene Kutch, Lester Lathers, Robert Kishler, James Kuti, Brian Leahy, Theodore Kokotajlo, Ronald Kisiel. ROW 4: Charles Kuti, Walter Kloc, George Kohlmayer, Karl Krueger, Timothy Jones, William La- tella, Martin Kelly, Thomas Krupa, William Johnson, Louis Laureti. SECTION 7C - ROW 1: Mary Lebo, Patricia Mancuso, Clair Lisnak, Christine Leone, Patricia Maglione, Sharon Livingston, Marie Lombardo. ROW 2: Steven Liebhart, Ellen Liesch, Stephanne Levandowski, Deborah Luisi, Susan Luft, Cynthia Mahon, Mary Ann Lindemann, Raymond Leibensperger. ROW 3: john Lee, Richard Lukowicz, Helen Lech, Dana LiCara, SECTION 8C - ROW 1: Maria Mastrodomenico, Mary Mattis, Marlene Mizsak, Kathleen Meyers, Jill Massi, Renee Mennella, Robin McCormack. ROW 2: Linda McGlynn, Patricia Mello, Patricia Matera, Susan Miller, Deborah Mercantini, Maureen Mc- Keever. ROW 3: Vincent Migliaccio, Robert Monteverde, Kath- Kathleen Lee, Anthony Marasco, Richard Lucash. ROW 4: Vin- cent Mains, Jeffrey Magyar, Mark Marchetti, Michael Mangus, Gary Longo, Robert Lewis, Patrick Maloney, Thomas Marrolli, Jeffrey Lorenzo, Michael Magee, Timothy Lertch, William Mar- shall, Francis Luisi. leen Mathews, Albina McElhoes, Mary Ellen Masterson, Joseph Mennuti, Thomas McHale. ROW 4: Christopher Mirabelli, Stanley Maziarz, Albert Miller, Gregory Mitrosky, Joseph Mi- halyi, David McGowan, Timothy McClain, Paul Mercantanti, Thomas McAndrew, Daniel Mattonelli, John Masiello. N - SECTION 9C - ROW l: Angela Muscato, Elizabeth Palmieri, Opalski, Kathryn Ostopuck, Nancy Nowakowski, Maria Onorati, Luba Panczyszyn, Holly Padderatz, Cecelia O'Shaughnessy, Rena Wira Mykytyn, Cynthia Nowak. ROW 4: David Novelli, Myron Mostrangeli, Eva Morris. ROW 2: Lynn Murray, Theresa Palm- Obaranec, Timothy Murphy, Michael Nemeth, Timothy Mul- iere, Diane Muka, Joyce Panebianco, Maryellen Palombi, Debo- ryne, Keith Padderatz, Robert Mrazik, James Olfky, William rah Painter, Rosalie Mule. ROW 3: Kathryn Oberding, jean N0rmi1e,J0sePhPa,lmieri. SECTION 10C - ROW 1: Donna Pellitiere, Karen Petrilla, ROW 3: Joseph Rhodes, Mark Potenzone, Kathleen Perry, Maria Sharon Puskar, Robin Quick, Donna Ridorfino, Maria Pascucci, Radice, Joan Quinn, john Pilla, Guy Raspatello. ROW 4: Jef- Caroline Petrilla. ROW 2: Diane Peck, Regina Panella, Mary frey Papp, Michael Potash, Mark Pelleteri, William Quinn, jo- Anne Piccolella, Ruthann Pullen, Olga Pilaros, Jane Pushxnan. seph Pelrine, Samuel Pellitteri, Ken Rauth. Is this the last one? Marlene DeLucia casts a final glance at her list of area businesses. Learning correct alphabetical procedure is an important lesson in office practice class. SECTION 11C - ROW l: Mary Rogers, Carole Sagnip, Susan Robbins, Theresa Samojedny, Patricia Robison, JoAnn Rober- son, Ann Ronca. ROW 2: Mary Schultz, Janice Russo, Lucy Rose, Michele Sabat, Kathie Rudnick, Theresa Rodgers. ROW 3: Robert Schiavone, Barry Russo, Dolores Schaible, Deborah Schott, Michael Rossi, Joseph Scardone, Thomas Risoldi. ROW 4: Walter Schleher, Robert Santitoro, John Rusnack, Michael Rinz, Jock Rudenstein, Craig Scartocci, John Rittley, James Sapia, Stephen Rosati. SECTION l2C - ROW l: Mary Anne Solinsky, Carolyn Sirak, Jeanne Sessa, Kathleen Schumacher, Monica Suydam, Julia Silsby, Donna Tazza. ROW 2: Gregory Slaboda, Gail Spencer, Janice Schutts, Stephanie Tafrow, Karen Skorupa, Joan Taylor, Eileen Smith, John Sirovetz. ROW 3: Michael Swem, Mary Lou Stone, Hisa Sykes, Edith Stillger, Dorothy Sost, Sharon Szul, Cynthia SECTION 13C -- ROW l: Geraldine Toth, Donna Turano, Donna Testa, Jo Anne Wilson, Karen Walsh, Diane Testa, Bar- bara Zuccarelli. ROW 2: Maria Toscano, Patricia Zaino, Judith Vetovick, Donna Valeri, Angela Van Reyrnersdal, Helene Was- ielewski, Lorraine Tesauro, Joyce Zuczek. ROW 3: Stephen Zsenak, Raymond Williams, Joann Ungarini, Susan Von Spreck- Stephens, Edward Sokolowski, Michael Sereduik. ROW 4: John Tanzone, Thomas Spair, Andrew Steward, Randolph Schwartz, Peter Silvestro, John Sullivan, Mark Szczepanski, John Stevulak, William Sokol, Michael Szuter, Michael Simone, Stephen Sien- kiewicz. elsen, Marianne Virok, Monica Thiel, Gwendolyn Weerheim, Sharon Walsh, Virginia Torretta, Margaret Vizzini. ROW 4: Martin Woloszyn, Robert Rebecca Vares, Vickey, Russell Young, Nicholas Tsougas, Patrick Weber, Kevin Waters, David Uhaze, Robert Wieger, Mark Wiaczek, Delbert Thomas, James Trolle, Michael Turansick, Vincent Wieser. Renovating a ruin? Karen Sass and Florian Smith gain an appreciation of ancient Roman architecture by observing Michael Pelosci recon- structing the "Ruins of Pompeii." The model was designed last year by Steven Makrancy. BEEP . . . BEEP.' Freshman English students can im- prove their reading speed and comprehension with the aid of the reading technics course. They follow this course two periods a week during the first se- mester. ff' .l A dot, a dash, and you have it all! These steno students, Kathy Kelly, Debra Limone, and Patricia Costello, avidly aim for perfect transcription as Mrs. Radice dictates a lesson. ? SECTION lD - ROW I: Catherine Adonizio, Maureen Abbott, Lynn Angeline, Annette Aiello, Catherine Allen, Cynthia Batcha, Lisa Balkum. ROW 2: Lisa Apgar, Linda Bazner, Sharon An geloni, Joann Ammann, Sabrina Allegretti, Mary Helen Agos Patricia Barber. ROW 3: Joseph Bellina, Gary Bencivengo, An SECTION 2D - ROW 1: Susan Bogdan, Theresa Brovak, Col- leen Boss, Joanne Breccia, Marie Bossman, Margaret Billings Dianne Boyer. ROW 2: Jeniffer Brozena, Donna Browningi Doris Bobik, Marylou Bernhardt, Denise Burke, Nancy Burns, Janice Bogacz, Donna Bongrazio. ROW 3: Thomas Brennan, thony Badessa, John Amburg, Dominic Bartolini, Richard Aga- biti. ROW 4: Michael Bella, Floyd Backes, George Bade, James Altobelli, Jeffrey Barnard, Anthony Bencivengo, Mark Bauer, John Abatto. FRE HME CCT here are so many dreams live yet to incl but theyare so ar awa .M fellow lab partners in physical science. Thomas Buriani, Anthony Borgia, David Bowker, Barry Borgian- ini, Perry Bernocchi, Anthony Bradley. ROW 4: Anthony Brown, Robert Black, Mark Braunstein, Dennis Bogdan, Ronald Bene- detti, Julius Bucsis, Christian Born, Dennis Bezek. Discovery or destruction? Mark Moscarel1o's new concoction doesn't seem to worry Linda Walters and Steven Foster, his Memories of wall to wall study in the cafeteria. But who posed this picture? This can't be the average study hall, as these studious An- tonites would have us believe. Hin... SECTION 3D - ROW l: Diane Chell, Susan Clyne, Donna Corso, Antonietta Capasso, Mary Ann Chiappetta, Victoria Con- stantini, Kathleen Callan. ROW 2: Norma Carmichael, Mary Cavanaugh, Patricia Callahan, Anna Calaiaro, Rosemary Cowell, Mary Lou Callan, Bernadette Contento, Georgeann Buzgo. ROW 3: Edward Costantini, Cynthia Ciuba, Lois Casciani, Margaret SECTION 4D - ROW 1: Victoria DePaul, Annette DeBlois, Andrea DiMattia, Kathleen Domino, Patricia DePasquale, Sharon DiBenedetti, Karen Culliton, Linda DiGiuseppe. ROW 2: Joan Fitzgeorge, Frances Filipponi, Kathleen Fairbanks, Marian Fal- conio, Terri Ann Day, Marguerite D'Oria, Cathy L. Dallas, Linda Demspey. ROW 3: Edward Fleming, Anita Earley, Kathleen Filipponi, Kathryn Fackina, Patricia D'Errico, Patricia Flavin, Chiapetta, Eileen Connelly, Debbie Corsner, Patricia Capone, Mary Chielewski, David Chiacchio, ROW 4: Gary Corti, Ronald Crosby, Antonio Cardona, Victor Christiano, Edward Cook, john Crosswicks, Joseph Cooper, Mearl Challender, Mark Chiacchio, John Chell, Keith Celmer, Phillip Calabro, Sebastian Carnevale, Walter Conover. Joann Falchi, Donna Cubberly, Catherine DiFalco, Grace Da- miano, Diane Dworak, Sharon Falcone, Dennis Elmer. ROW 4: Mario DiBartolo, Michael Cunningham, Mark Dennish, Fred- erick DeAngelis, Charles DiStefano, Robert DeMarco, John Fitzpatrick, Walter Davis, Clarence Erbe, Robert Flanagan, Ron- ald Danaso, John DelVecchio, Christopher Fadejew. fifv, x l' 58 9 . ery .EE :M z, 66 X I g i If -. fl Q YRS ,, ag 3 f Y' ' .. nf.- Y y , 5" Y ,Af SECTION SD - ROW 1: Patricia Nangle, Gracemarie Metrik, Karen Mosarella, Lynn Nataro, Christine Menichelli, Karen Mucha, Mary Nemetvoelgyi. ROW 2: Judith Odry, Rosemarie Mule Carol Nowacki, Roberta Oravsky, Debra Pallotti, Patricia Mellan, Sharon Olsen, Victoria Messina, Julianna Meggyes. ROW 3: Timothy Oliver, Michael Mimmo, Raymond Norcross, Daniel Micai, Carlo Palombi, David Oshman, Mark Moscarello, Gary Ottaunick, Ernest Minotti, James Palmieri. ROW 4: George Milonas, Michael Mesday, Patrick Migliaccio, Robert Minelli, Michael Myslinski, Paul Midura, Stephan Metterle, Michael O'- Brien, Ernest Nicholai, Herbert Muller, John Olla, Nicholas Oros, Robert Murray, Kenneth Meyers. SECTION 9D - ROW l: Clarice Pennacchi, Cheryl Rettzo, Lisa Pucciatti, Pamela Reuss, Christina Penardi, Marylee Pao- lillo, Kathleen Panzolini, Sandra Procaccino. ROW 2: Christine Pompei, Lisa Pampanini, Karen Pawlukewich, Angela Rauch, Karen Richter, Elizabeth Reading, Renee Rober, Kathleen Pietras, Diane Pelis, Terri Pelc, Patricia Reali. ROW 3: Frank SECTION l0D - ROW l: Sonia Sciandra, Doreen Schwartz, Pugliese, Robert Pelc, Eugene Ragazzo, Charles Richter, Robert Pilla, Joseph Pratico, Leonard Procaccino, Michael Parrotto. ROW 4: Vincent Practico, Michael Pelosci, Joseph Petrino, Mark Practico, Timothy Papp, Carl Rapciewicz, Joseph Puhalski, Rich- ard Riley, Daniel Price, James Puhalski, Robert Petrino. Darla Romanzuk, Mary Ann Sikorsky, Margaret Sensi, Nanine Mary Siamensky, Denise Segretario, Joanne Rossetti, Lorene Sacco, Susan Snyder, Sharon Ruffner, Judith Sailey, Joseph Sira- Rogalny, Carol Rogers, Linda Rodriquez, Mary Ellen Romano. cusa. ROW 4: Robert Sabat, Donald Solinsky, Joseph Smiegocki, ROW 2: Linda Schmidt, Marybeth Seaman, Maria Solimando, Mark Slafkovsky, Michael Samu, Thomas Ronan, Kenneth Si- Michele Russo, Karen Soss, Helen Sabo, Regina Scioscia, Sharon mon, Florian Smith, Jordan Schinkel, Anthony Santitoro. Smith, Donna Schipske, Rose Rosati. ROW 3: Robert Schoen, SECTION 11D - ROW l: Bernadette Strippoli, Donna Stepo- wany, Ann Marie Swatkoski, Agnes Szilagyi, Mary Tarnecki. ROW 2: Cecilia Stuver, Anne Stefane, Susan Stocker, Kathleen Stencel, Kathrine Soss. ROW 3: Steven Stryker, Jaroslaw Sydor, Thomas Stanics, William Stein, Ronald Sukotsky. ROW 4: Rob- ert Steckel, John Surowiec, Raymond Struck. 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Father remarked that we earned our rings by studying diligently, by involving ourselves in ex- tracurricular activities, and by growing individually and socially during our high school years. . . 49, 50 ,... 73 or was it 72 turnsP,' This was the question many juniors asked as they milled around after the distribution of rings. Reddened fin- gers affirmed the fact that we would graduate in 1973, and each student found 73 friends to turn his ring. The morning's activities were concluded, and the excited juniors went home to prepare for the eve- ning's festivities - our junior Dance. By seven o'clock the cafeteria was miraculously transformed into a "Summer Place". The couples, at their best, danced the night away to the theme song, "Somewhere", The highlight of the evening came when the multi-colored gazebo became the setting for the coronation of Prince Mark and Princess Ellen. Soon the magical evening came to an end, and the couples left still dreaming of the place where peace, quiet, and open air prevail! TW-jr-'ga-r 'rf??i?s5?r5-ff? fit' AN s... . f"t"iE:-at he-.'2'."4Z' pg, The1e's a Place For Us. The flowery gazebo portrays the image of "peace and quiet and open air." "This is My Body", which is being offered up for the juniors of the class of '73 on Ring Day. Junior Day began with Holy Mass in the gym, followed by the blessing of the rings. Reflections of yesterdays and days to come. Tom Kennedy con- templates the meaning of his class ring. Q. . f 5 , Q W , ' . , if 1 ,Q 7 Q- ' 1 QQ -5 fi 'ii - . 1 .1 s 4, D fix 3 ., N,,.. sv+""""N 3 Anxiously awaiting the distribution of the rings, junior Student Council repre- sentatives fof '73Q gather round the table before Father Bohnsack performs the blessing. Q! V "We could have danced all night." Newly crowned prince and princess, Mark Stillitano and Ellen Virok, are pleased with their reign in "a summer place." 37 S 4 Y Well-guarded, the American flag is a traditional aspect of every half-time show. .qi The color guard, drill team, and twirlers work together to form one mighty band front. 1 A lot of hot air? . . . No, just joseph Hegyi, James Ronan, and Nora Mas- trangeli making their contributions to "A Concert in Motion." PPLEBLOSSO TURN TO IE ERS HNITZEL Look out! Here I come!" Marilyn Gripp marches to the tune of American Salute". -5 Drum Major, Mike Alu, supervises the drum corps as they set the rhythm for the entire marching unit. Putting her all into it, Sandy Perry demonstrates her well- practiced skills. Under the leadership of Mr. William Donlen, the marching units have come a long way. This dili- gent group now consists of 115 eager members. Through rain or shine these students have attended long, hot, summer practices in order to present an impressive half-time show at the regular football games. They have also participated in numerous com- petitions. The American Day Parade in New York City, the State Fair, the St. Patrick's Day Parade, and the Appleblossom Festival in Virginia were among the many invitations extended to the units. However, this year, improvement, desire to suc- ceed, and a new outlook changed the destiny of the marching units. It was originally intended that the group participate this summer in the Appleblossom Festival in Virginia. But this offer was rejected be- cause of an invitation to the International Music Festival in Vienna, Austria, from July 5 through July 17. The units hope to raise the sum of 370,000 needed for the trip, and to work unceasingly to make this enterprise possible. Captains of the various units include: Mike Alu, drum major, Maureen Callahan, drill teamg Nancy Hurley, twirlersg and Joyce Kopec, color guard. 1.3 Keep the customer satisfied. The stage band tries its best on opening night. Tradztzon. The legend of Anatevka is told by Anita Infantinx Professor Howard Hills, alias Ed Cimbala, informs the crowd of the classical enrich- ment which comes from owning a "Hil1s' Band Instrument." y 1 i F U IC FESTIV L POTLIGHT "Good things come in small packages", Kathie Caprario tries to explain to a skeptical Carmen Rettzo in a scene from Fiddler on the Roof. BRUAD Y HIT The freshness of spring filled the air bringing with it the Third Annual Music Festival, May 3, 4, and 5, 1972. Under the direction of Mr. Pat Salerno, the program opened with the exuberant melody "El Con- quistador", performed by the band, followed by the choral group's rendition of "lf I Ruled the World". The band returned with "Concertino for the Band". Band and chorus then combined in the happy tune, "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing", followed by other favorites, and concluded the first half of the performance with selections from Carousel. The second half opened with highlights from Mu- sic Man, sung and dramatized by the choral group. This was followed by highlights from Fiddler on the Roof. The finale included the stage band's rendition of many current favorites. The Drama Club and musical groups are presently practicing for the performance of the famous Broad- way hit, George M, the story of George M. Cohan, a towerin iant of the American musical sta e. Lead- . 3 3 3 ing roles will be portrayed by Edward Cimbala as George M. Cohan, justina Agoes as Mrs. Nellie Co- han, Charles Broadbent as Mr. Jerry Cohan, and Rose Cooper as Josie Cohan. This presentation will take place the evenings of May 9, 10, and 11. Direct- ing the production is Mr. joseph Garrison. Unfor- tunately scenes from the show were not ready to be included in the 1973 yearbook publication. N1 we w ' "We've Only just Begun" warns the chorus during the first half of the 1972 Spring Music Festival. 1-Q Q 1 i 2 X . , . 'X is 5 . ev 'S QA' ' 1 1 g 5 'N - We is v. Q Q -.16 iff A x fx QW. x 9 'ff ,Qf'x,o'hao3:. X, y X. ,U O l'l' Y A is 1' 3 QUCIW' '. C O g3QQva"o' u is,o .s.Q.l,L:0',of, Q g Y V O' 'S 'ob in 'QE' Quinn f U' .li . -1 X Q' It's always nice when nobody loses. Here both captains receive their respec- tive flag for the winning events. sw,-'fr' ,H s There is no Pagliacci among these "Brown" clowns who refuse to have their spirits dampened, be it victory or defeat. These batmen seem to be sure of another successful caper as the "cat woman" leads the way. ?1 s:u.fs . . , ERYBGDY IS A ST R The first Week of November, 1972, lit up Saint Anthony's as bright as the heavens, as over 600 dazzling stars presented the eighth annual GAA show. Both the Brown Team captain, Maryann Michon, and the Gold Team captain, Philomena Corti, were backed up by an abundance of vital- ity, personality, and hard work. Each event dis- played so much originality and imagination that the girls were able to hold an attentive audience with standing room only for all four nights. This yearis line up of best events began with a tribute to the Space Age, as 16 "Mechanical Men" emerged from the assembly line. Next, the audience experienced the thrill of a gangster movie, when the girls from the "Godfather" bat- tled it out in their "cops and robbers" scene. The last of the three was a pack of 21 ferocious Wolves creeping through the forest to the rhythm of "Virginia Wolff." As the last night drew near and Philomena Corti accepted the coveted trophy for the Gold Team, each of the girls looked back on those hun- dreds of smiles and hundreds of tears, as among the most exciting events depicted in their tapestry of school activities. A Gold Team victory shines through the eyes of Captain Philomena Corti. .fffffz 14..- Weavmg then' thoughts together the 1973 Corrzstm staff work dill Editor Daniel McGovern. STANDING: Maryann Michon, Mary gently to complete their tapestry SEATED Patricia Suder Laurie DiFa1co, Mary Carrington, Bernadette Virok, Jean Saville, Mary Shive jean Gill Kathryn Caprario Maureen Callahan Sports Cortez, Sandra Perry, Iryna Sereduik, Carol Verro, Joseph Falzone. fb, Nwvwwr tw-'G " Checking their work to keep the yearbook in order are: Jo- anne Trageiser, Andrea Gallagher, and Anita Infantini. Antonian editors join to discuss plans for the next edition. Roman Koropey, page two edltorg Mark Stanton, editor-in-chiefg Kurt Dennish, page one editor: Thomas Burns, page four editor. CRIBES EXHIBIT TALE T THROUGH IOURNALISM In addition to numerous other extracurricular activities, there are the -three school publications, all of which offer students an opportunity to develop their writing abilities. Under the guidance of Sister Bernadette, the school news- paper staff publishes seven issues of the Antonian annually, reporting events of interest throughout the school. Classes, club activities, sports, editorial views, and student opinion are brought to the reader's attention through this important channel of communication. The Talisman, SA's literary magazine, provides another outlet for student talent. The yearly publication is com- prised of representative stories, poems, and essays from the creative Writing classes. An editorial staff selects the best Works, plans a layout, and decides the cover design for the magazine. Not to go unrecognized is the yearbook, the Corristin. The task of fitting an entire year of scholastic and student activi- ties into a given number of pages falls to the yearbook staff. Appropriate captions for pictures, summaries, and headlines to be Written keep this staff constantly at work. The staff is responsible also for the entire layout of the book as well as for the choice and development of the theme. Each year the staff tries to make its "book of memories" the most memorable of all. SENIOR ANTONIAN STAFF - SEATED: Kathleen McManimon, Steve Innocenzi, Sandra Perry. STANDING: Robert Simon, Richard Szmauz, Michele Lukens, Patricia French, Diane Mihalow, Maryann janeczek. Editor Elaine Brodowicz and Co-Editor Shirley Capria proudly page through the out for the soon-to-be Corristin. lay- Q. D' ,IE L T551 K df li' - Q Q ' 4 rf. --,:5 , A -. GY' Y 'L . , Q, . .. . E.a .g a,'e., , 135,- A fs e-.faq irfi ' 6 A Q ' A - -Q: at K .ATX .-1 X -: . li , 1 .:.N . . LL,. - 555 A , -v A CAP PARK 22 iii The National Theater Company returned to SA on October 20 to present "The World Around Us", a pantomime tracing ecology from the beginning to the present day. I TERESTS HERE Ji I 1 f 1 -Cb "Bonjour, Amerique, je suis l'expert de la senteurf' These students act out a French version of a typical American T.V. commercial as their contribution to the Language Week Assembly. Extracurricular activities are an important part of student life, and the numerous clubs and special in- terests groups provide an outlet for inquisitive minds. School expansion means growth of ideas, and this year four new clubs were formed to accommodate new interests. Future leaders or employees of the business world can join a distributive education club known as DECAQ camera buffs, the Photography Clubg and concerned students, SCAP QStudents Concerned about Peoplej. The Zonta Club, also initiated this year, is an in- ternational service organization, with membership open only to girls and only by invitation. The name, Zonta, is derived from a Sioux Indian word meaning honest and trustworthy. These groups are in' addition to the career clubs, journalism, speech, and musical activities traditional here. CLUB PRESIDENTS - SEATED: Kathleen McManimon, Z Clubg Jeffrey Gore, Key Clubg Laureen Shive, Third Or- derg Rosemary Cockran, Junior Civitan. STANDING: Mar- tin Price, Drama Club representativeg Mary Jane Bryce, Jun- ior Civitang Diane Mihalow, Forensicsg Carol Verro, Future Teachersg John Zucchetti, Deca Clubg Robert Mierzwicki, Chess Club: Richard Crosby, Drama Club representative. i 4 47 Monsignor McCorristin addresses the student body at the installation of Student Council members. Wk ll is 1. nav' f Q if an h',,, 1 M5 ze. ' Student Council President Glenn Stanton starts off the day with a few important an- nouncements. 48 1973 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Glenn Stanton, presidentg Kathleen McMani- mon, vice-presidentg Diane Yaccarino, secretary: Joseph Chale, secretaryg Karen Tague, treasurerg Cynthia Caola, treasurer. SENIOR HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES - ROW 1: Ellen Lanigan, Sally Wal- kowski, Marianne Sauerbaum, Catherine Brennan, Samuel Muro. ROW 2: Mary Car- rington, Barbara Powell, Lynda Kozicz, Ellen Virok, Stephen Innocenzi. ROW 3: Mark Stillitano, Ronald Spair, Patrick Fowler, James Kostinas. .1. .rw-r S fa 5 Helping the students with problems, proposals, and activities are the members of the Student Council, led by President Glenn Stanton and moderated by Sister Thomas Marie. Initiated programs this year included the utilizing of Student Council to proctor classes and patrol halls, the Widening of the range of activities such as monthly dances, and the rearranging of Council meet- ings on separate days so that officers of the respective classes might be given a better chance to be heard. The Council did its best to better student-faculty relation- ships. All these projects helped to promote increased school unity in the year '72-'73. Acceptance into the National Honor Society is based on the qualities of character, service, leadership, and scholarship. Once accepted the student is expected to maintain these qualities. Moderated by Sister Miriam Grace, the society is engaged in several activities, among these a tutoring service and participation in various civic, parochial, and school projects. Nancy Kanka solemnly receives her membership card into the National Honor Society from Monsignor McCorristin and Sister John oseph assisted by President Mark Stanton. The ceremony took place Novem ber 20, 1972. ws I "To make the world just a little bit brighter' seems to be the prevalent theme of the National Honor Society's 1972 visit to Morris Hall to entertain the old folks there. From left to right: "Santa" Joel McKeever, vocalist Kathy Repko, senior girls and Frosty fDanie1 McGovernj. .. ,. ,y,.. nu ,.,.1. rw-- SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - SEATED: Patricia Grace, secretary, Jeffrey Gore, vice president. STANDING: justina Agoes, Ca mille Trotto, Rosemary Cockran, John Zuc- chetti, Angelina Simpson, Gail Filipponi, ad visersg and Michael Petronella, president. WINTER WONDERLAND ENCHANTS PROM C0 PLE A , The highlight of four years of anticipation, our senior prom, .Q u- ' ' t l arrived amid a whirlwind of excitement and slipped away amidst ' F precious memory-filled moments on the evening of February 23. ' The dinner-dance was held at Cedar Garden Restaurant where, upon arrival, each couple was greeted by members of the faculty who served as chaperones. Shortly after eight o'clock everyone proceeded to the tables to enjoy a roast turkey dinner with all the M y K trimmings. A variety of dance music was provided by "Constitution" When "'5if7 the theme song "Precious and Few" filled the air, the dance floor was transformed into an ocean of starry-eyed dreamers. Before we were aware of it the hours slipped away and mid- night came upon us. Shortly afterwards we departed with more treasured threads in our tapestry of memories. "Precious and Few" are the moments we two can share . . . There is always a silent moment amidst the gaiety to reflect upon the special meaning of the evening. ,wav The formality of the evening is laid aside, as prom couples change their pace with the lively, musical group, "Construction" With smiling faces, senior couples Linda Farley and Nick Ilku, Debbie Mastropolo and Paul Innocenzi arrive, an- ticipating a delightful and unforgetable evening. As they proceed through the re- ceiving line, Mike Petronella and X his date, Donna Guadagno, are X Qs greeted with a warm welcome by ff" Mr. and Mrs. Bruce White. , . af-X .Mx , MUMENTS SHARED ARE WPRECIOUS AND FEW,' As the clock struck 12, a very precious moment occurred for the elect of the evening, Queen Maria Angioletti and King Frank Bilancio. The royal court included Sam Muro and Cindy Caola, Karen Tague and joe Falzone. 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I lil It An.Ir0n.M1kf1.b21E1UP?,.: ,,,,.y, 1 ' :xx-rxls ', F0rever.LhCI1'1ShCC1.f...... f. x-efix-u-1'1-.4a4:4sxxi ln.0ljDrtaPCSttY-14.,,Q..xa anfnfg-sl --fgcswfxz'-na. mr :nag-v4.1-vnlgxx,mv,u.:41A 14 li-4nnleig.1sl-nag mlwvslxn Ili 1:1ssx4aaa1s.:v.zf,-fi.. wr gl'anzu1ne-cxssnsnz-1.-ue it Qieatallisix1l9'zQst1nv-:fl If x,xcn.,a1n4,-nnufollfnais vu sseeh-1-s--sang-ruaiisluxli xauvnlm-n.f,g,g1mnvfanf' 11 11111-'.en1z...1A,i..nu:-A an m.:e1l1rnnw'axQ51ava-gee:as iillta11:51:13:-n:fxfNl'fl1l ll xxfzmx-spauamggfflgxnnavua 4- qgqgvalveyQLuuk:Vg"S1ftivqaumgwi :gk gkljgkiiulwxanksw,1ijgg'gknLfgwukg:Thai-,X lkiiifliiHA'xVi1i,fiSgkij.LSBfWiK249'-I-5x ,g,,.1..W.- IRON MIKES SUFFER DISAPPOINTING SEAS N VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM - ROW 1: Head Coach Tony Nitti, Gerard Meara, Gene Pascucci, Steve Innocenzi, Joe Avan- zato, Mark Mirabelli, Mike Petronella, joe Falzone, ,Mark Stilli- tano, Glenn Stanton. ROW 2: Mike Woloszyn, Mike Lucash, Bill Walsh, Leon Lackey, Chris Kozicz, jeff Gore, John Buble- wicz, Rich Foley, Asst. Coach john Lally. ROW 3: Karl Olsen, VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES SAHS Opp. 14 .,..,. ....... E wing ..... ..... l 2 21 ...,.. ..... T renton ...... ..... 0 14 ..... Hamilton .... .... . 55 14 ..... Princeton .... .... . 22 0 ..... ..... S teinert .,.,.. ,. 6 8 ,.... ...... M orrisville ....... .. 0 30 ..... ,,.. B ordentown ..... .. 6 0 ..... ...... L awrence ....... ..... 5 2 8 ..... .... N otre Dame ..... ..... 2 3 Mark Mirabelli heads around left end, escorted by powerful Iron Mike linernen. Nick Gioracchini, Greg Gore, Jim DiMemmo, Vince Costa, john Friel, Tom Mihalow, Jim Burns, Carl Corso. ROW 4: Gary Ger- stenacker, Mike Babice, Dave Locane, Al Rhodes, joe Pustae, Torn Tresansky, Chris Kerins, Greg Costa, Ralph Raspatello, Arlan Biesecker. DESPITE HIGH HOPES Experience, team unity, and a winning spirit were the backbone of this year's Iron Mike gridders. Owing to the fact that eleven lettermen were returning to starting positions on the Mike machine, Coach Tony Nitti had high hopes for a winning season. This was not to be, howeverg and after heart-breaking losses at the hands of Steinert and Notre Dame, the Mikes finally rallied to a 4-5 tally at the end of the season. Nevertheless, despite the disappointing out- come, several players attained success. Mark Stillitano, the premier runner in Mike his- tory, shattered the school rushing record of 819 With an 850 total. The "Stallion," along with Joe Avanzato, Chris Kozicz, Joe Falzone, John Bublewicz and Jeff Gore received a berth on the All-County team. Several also received honorable mention for their efforts throughout the season. The JV team managed to fare a little bet- ter. Defensively and offensively they excelled with an improved rapidness during the season. The proof of this is their notable 4-4 record. The log of the freshmen is just the opposite. Unfortunately determination wasn't enough. Freshman football suffered a disappointing season with a 1-7 record. Coach Tony Nitti surrounded by his assistant coaches ponders the outcome of the next play. Mark Stillitano, the Italian Stallion, looksyfor daylight as he heads toward the line. C -L '4-t - RH' A ' WTC . """ an P' -yn .117 sy 3 3164 fr' + JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM - ROW l: Rich Lucash, Vince Costa, Tom Mihalow, jim Burns, john Lee, Stan Maziarz, Carl Corso, john Janos. ROW 2: Head Coach Jack Lally, Tim Murphy, Arlan Biesecker, Mark Marchetti, Randy Schwartz, Tom Celinski, Bill Normile, Bill Hurley. ROW 3: Al H35 sigffd 54 Ready, setdown, hike - With this well-won line, play is begun and the battle is on. Sexy W! ilxt Miller, jim DiMemmo, Joe Pustae, Ralph Raspatello, Tom Tresansky, Pat Foley, Greg Gore, john Rittley. ROW 4: Karl Olsen, Rich Albano, Dave Locane, Mike Babice, Bob Wieger, Kevin Watters, Tim McClain. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM - Tim Oliver, Mike Dillon, Coach Bruce lNhite, Dave Kolesar, John Connelly. gi With a look of anxiety, Assistant Coach john Federko listens to the "one above." "Get out of my way!" yells Mark Mirabelli as he attempts to elude a Spartan defender. Quarterback Mark Mirabelli releases an aerial despite the rush of the opposing linemen. A determined Mark Mirabelli passes for valuable yardage despite the onslaught of Spartan defenders. Smiling jubilantly, Homecoming Queen Mary Damiano and her escort Rich Latella leave the football field. Homecoming festivities took place on Thanksgiving Day, 1972. x "Put your right foot in. Put your right foot out . . . Isn't this the way it goes?" asks the referee as Chris Kozicz looks on in disbelief. Ti FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM - ROW 1: Mike Bella, jim Puhalski, Sam Carnevale, Florian Smith, Tom Buriani, Chuck Vickey, Gary Corti. ROW 2: Gil Cheeseman, Bob Flanigan, Den McManimon, Kevin Meara, Bob Murray, Mark Slafkovsky, Tony Borgia. ROW 3: Mike Myslinski, Dean Tuccillo, joe Puhalski, Jim Walker, Julius Bucsis, Bob Kudrick, Dick Riley. ROW 4: Bob Jachetti, Dave Hiel, Mike Frascella, Paul Midura, Tim Foley, Ron Maksimow. if X L its 'WI ,J , 1, Y, ,Q , 2 W .-.64 VARSITY SOCCER TEAM - ROW 1: Paul Innocenzi, john Denny Kinnevy, Frank Bennett. ROW 3: Mike Magee, Lou Cremer, Barry Pelletteri, Bill Gazonas, Tom Kane, Joe Chester. ROW 2: jerry Hustak, Nick Ilku, Bill Sydor, Mike Gerstnicker, EVERAL BOOTER AWARDED HONOR Although the Soccer Club finished this season with a dismal record, posting only three wins and two ties, they were never to be outclassed by any team in any match. This accounts for their five losses to county powers by a margin of only one goal. Despite the losing season, the Brown and Gold man- aged to place high in the awards department. Senior Barry Pelletteri attained All-Mercer, All-Area, and All- State Parochial first team berths, while Tom Kane re- ceived honorable mention. juniors Bill Gazonas and Denny Kinnevy placed on the All-Mercer County third team. Gazonas went on to receive a second team All-State Parochial berth, also. All in all, it was a great satisfaction for Coach Paul Kaszyc, who saw four of his players receive recognition in the 1972 season. Chiarmonti, Mark Pelletteri, Denny Cavanaugh, Dan MacDonald, Lou Cosma. Aerial maneuvers! junior Co-Captain Bill Gazones 110, battles a Steinert defender for possession. II Qfliii llffh e,....... li? JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER - ROW 1: Ken Volk, Ed Fleming, joe Rhodes, Frank Santini, Mike Rossi. ROW 2: Myron Obaranec, John Sydor, Dan Mattonelli, Frank Hudik. ROW 3: Mike Mesday, Ben Lee, Bob Schoen. Good save! Junior net-tender Denis Cavanaugh leaps high for Defensive scramble. Senior Co-Captain Barry Pelletteli clears this one, as Seniors Torn Kane and Barry Pelletteri watch the the ball with his head. Tom Kane and Lou Charmonti action. look on. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES SAHS opp. Hamilton St. Joseph Pemberton Steinert Bishop Egan Woodrow Wilson Princeton Trenton 54 67 56 42 70 53 40 58 54 64 40 ...................... Steinert .......... 7 ............ 46 36 ' 47 57 65 52 65 52 79 66 94 Notre Dame 52 ........ ....... S teinert ..... ...... 8 0 48 ........ ......... E wing ....... ...... 7 3 55 ........ ..... P rinceton ....... ....... 7 3 63 ........ ...,... N otre Dame ..... ...... 7 1 65 ........ ..... H amilton ....... ...... 6 2 53 ........ ..... S t. Joseph ....... ...... 8 0 54 ........ ......... J .F.K. ....... ...... 7 3 59 ........ ........... T renton ..... ...... 7 8 56 ........ ....... N otre Dame ..... ...... 6 l "One more attack," Coach Doug Hice seems to be saying, as he rallies his men. The drama unfolds as the ball is launched into orbit and is anxiously awaited by Mike players: John Agos 1423, Charlie Didun fl2j, John Kite 1305, and joe Chester QIOQ. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - KNEELING: Bob Linder, Ed Nomejko, Bill Knipe, jim Pinchot, John Kite, Tom Bums, Carl Chianese, Mike Kasian, john Agos, Nick Massari, Joe Ches- Charlie Didun, Don Piccolella, Fred Dumont, Barry Kelly, Mike ter. STANDING: Assistant Coach Charles Clerke, Tim O'Brien, Woloszyn, Head Coach Doug Hice. Captain Mike Kasian maneuvers in, when an attempt is made to pass the ball to a nearby teammate, The long and short of it? joe Chester stands in the shadow of Don Piccolello. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - KNEELING: Pat Maloney, Bob Mrazik, Chip Azzaro, Bill Latella, Tim Mul- Joseph Scardone, Mark Abbott, Tom Celinski, Jeff Papp, Ray ryne, Mike Babice, Mike Magee, Mike Chiavarone, john Janos. Leibensperger. STANDING: Coach Carmen Nitti, Mike Potash, Tim Mulryne outjumps his opponent to give the Mike JV's control of the opening jump ball. junior Charlie Didun, leading scorer, adds two more greatly needed points to the Iron Mike total. FRO H BRIGHTEN SEAS N WITH 13-4 LOC High-flying senior Mike Kasian darts towards the basket for an easy lay-up. Mark Abbott goes high over the Egan defenders in an attempt to get an open shot. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM - ROW 1: Coach jack Gallagher, Fred DeAnge1is, juan Hauser, Dick Hickey, Merle Challender. ROW 2: joe Pulhalski, joe Smiegocki, Ken Meyers, Chuck DiStephano, Bob Jachetti. ROW 3: Dave Heil, Manager Perry Bernocchi, Clarence Erbe, Tom Brennan, Walt Davis. EB LL TEA PREPARED TO VARSITY TRACK TEAM - ROW 1: Coach Torn Priory, Dave Kolesar, Paul Innocenzi, Nick Ilku, Leon Lackey, Mike Dillon, Rich Latella, Mark Mirabelli, Head Coach jack Lally. ROW 2: john West, Ken French, Tom Celinski, Gene Guillemette, Mike Pica, Jeff Gore, Bob Prihoda. ROW 3: Rich Mule, Dan Mat- tonelli, jeff Bramley, Dean Tuccillo, Tom McHale, Rich Dom- boski, Mike Kozar. ROW 4: joe Pustae, john Masiello, Stan On your mark, get set . . . , Senior trackman Leon Lackey shows his winning form in leaving the starting blocks. Maziarz, Mike Babice, Mark Pelletteri, John Borkowski, Mark Fabiano, Tom Mahon. ROW 5: Phil Matera, John Contento Ron Maximo, Ken Mastalez, Vince Damiano, Russ Vizzini, Mark Slakovsky. ROW 6: Al Rhodes, Tim Mulryne, Dan Cavallaro Mike Swem, John Conolly, Martin McDermott, Mike Magee Mike Smith, John Friel. Under the leadership of Coach jack Lally, the Mike harriers have prospects for a successful cam- paign. This year's Mike team consists of many capable members. Leon Lackey, the best sprinter and long jumper in SA history, has been a parochial state champ for two years. He also holds four school records. Mike Dillon holds the school record in the half mile. Tom Mahon is best in the pole vault and is closing in on the school record held by his brother Jack '7 1. Mark Mirabelli is one of the top javelin throwers in the county and holds the school record, while Rich La- tella and Dave Kolesar are pushing to break the mile and two mile records this year. Nick Ilku is the best hurdler on the team this year and jeff Gore, repre- senting the weight program, is the shot-put man. Newcomers who add depth to this year's track team are Paul lnnocenzi, Mike Kozar, and Bob Prihoda. RETAIN ST TE TITLE The warmer weather brings thoughts of a brighter, better season, leaving behind the thoughts of fall and winter sports. Baseball Coach Tony Potenza and his 1973 squad hope for a repeat performance of last year's unbelievable season. The Mikes, reigning Parochial State Champs, are ready to defend their prestigious title and are set to win the state title again. There are five returning lettermen who provide the backbone for the team and with the addition of former Cathedral players, the Mikes seem set for another great year. The starting nine consists of Dom Piccolello flst BQ, Nick Massari Q2nd BQ, Billy Welsh QSSJ, joe Falzone 13rd BQ, Mike Scully QRFQ, Barry Pelletteri QCFQ, Frank Bilancio QLFQ, and Jeff Plunkett fCatcherj. The pitching staff consists of senior starters Nick Massari, Dom Picollelo, and Jun- ior Al Paglione. Offensive power is supplied by joe Falzone, Billy Mfelsh, and Barry Pelletteri. Hard-hitting Barry Pellitteri and top hurler Chuck Paglione, combine their talents as the iMikes begin their quest for another state crown. No 1 X TS, 2 431 K, S V V W 7 Ar. 121' SAN? EA XS fit! I ?-I Llijg xkgi VARSITY BASEBALL TEANI ... RQW 1: Head Coach Tgny Paglione, Jeff Plunkett, Billy Welsh, Greg Costa, David Barletta, Potenza, Barry Pelletteri, Don Piccolella, Nick Massari, Joe Fal- Mike Sculley- ROW 31 Joe Tuccillo, Bob Wiegff, ,llm SHPIH, Joe zone, Frank Bilancio. ROW 2: Manager Bob Wishnie, Chuck G'-19173, Manager Mark POUSHZOUC- PLANS FOR TRACK TEAM AND FIELD HOCKEY Iron Mike girls become involved in almost as many sports and activities as the boys. This year, their activities have expanded, drawing more girls and bringing in new events. The program includes varsity, JV, and freshman basketball and softball teams, and intramurals in volleyball. GAA carries three squads of cheerleaders including fourteen girls on each squad. The initiation of an interscholastic track team has been planned, and field hockey will be introduced this fall. As the Corristin goes to press, the basket- ball team is in the process of building and hopefully will finish with a satisfying season. The softball team begins practice in early April with games starting in May. Their com- petition includes such schools as Notre Dame, Steinert, Villa Victoria, Hightstown, and Hamilton. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - KNEELING coach Susan Snyder Doreen McMan1mon Ruthann Pullen Joyce Panebianco, Jane Pushman, Jane Agoes, Debbie Pallotti Janice Gentile Gail Spencer Debbie Mesday Sharon Hewitt Cindy Mahon, Kim Baker. STANDING: Miss Kathy Kirby Susan Hamran Miss Barbara MacDonald coach ROUSE NEW INTERE T FOR MIKETTE VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - KNEELING: Patty Comaty, Kathy Meyers Theresa Brovak. STANDING: Miss Kathy Kirby, coachg Pamela Maahsen, Sue Sea man, Maria Zampini, Cindy Ciuba, Mary Foley, Miss Barbara MacDonald, coach. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - ROW l: Mary Jo Marano, Nancy Spalding, Pam Lutz, Cyndi Sollami, Terri Cunningham. ROW 2: Cindy Dill, Diane Testa, Kathy Nagle, Jody D'Andrea, Mary Ellen Palombi. ROW 3: Robin McCormack, Gerrie Toth, Agnes Angelillo, Maria Pascucci. CHEERLEADER CREATE PIRIT AT GAMES ,H If I if .Wt X ,S FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS - Row 1: Mariellen Romano, taro. ROW 3: Annamarie Kostura, Marybeth Seaman, Donna Kathy Panzolini, Cindy Hurley, Sandy Procaccino. ROW 2: Browning, Doris Bobik, Joanne Imbalzano, Bernadette Contento. Karen Moscarello, Joanne Falchi, Mary Helen Agos, Lynn No- Q rt, W 1 L as et yy , Q- JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL TEAM - ROW l: Cindy Hurley, Jill Massi, Jean Carroll, Robin Quick, Mary Radice, Kathy Latella. ROW 2: Liz Palmieri, Cindy Mahon, Theresa Larkin, Janice Russo, Sharon Hewitt. ROW 3: Mary Lou Stone, Ginger Broderick, Tara Callahan, Kathy Ostopuck, Franny Salvatore. "Spinning wheel, spinning round . . . "Junior girls exhibit gymnastic skills at the annual GAA Show. V L y :mi N ,Jaxx 'i1 if R. 3 m 1,-alfa. 1, -..1 - ft -':' - - N: ' - as VOLLEYBALL TEAM - Row 1: Laurie Shive, Barbara Powell, Mary Smith, Sally Walkowski, Peggy Endrzejewski. ROW 2: Kathy Pana- sowich, Mary Leone, Maureen Hodge, Marcy Lenkiewicz. 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CLASS OF ' 3 L RCE T IN SA HI TORYg EW SE IORS SWELL E ROLLME T ,X L JOSEPH AVANZATO KATHLEEN BABIC1-3 SHARON BABICE BRIAN BAHM THERESA BALKUM DAVID BARLETTA GERALDINE BARTOLINI GERALDINE BARTOLOMEI JOSEPH BASKOWSKY JOANNE BASTECKI CHARLES BATTIS NICHOLAS BELYUNG 'C'-7 TERRI BERTRAM FRANCIS BILANCIO DENISE BOBKO EDWARD BOGDAN ROBERT BOGDAN CYNTHIA BORTZ PATRICIA BOWKER VERONICA BOYLE CATHERINE BRENNAN DONNA BRITSCHGE CHARLES BROADBENT ELAINE BRODOWICZ THOMAS BROPHY ANDREW BROWN JOSEPH BRUNNER DEBRA BUDGICK "If our hands should meet again, We will not cease to support each other." Saint Anthony and Cathedral Weave their own tapestry of gold, brown, and blue, to begin the first year of the schools united. " -" mg .1 MARY JANE BRYCE JOHN BUBLEWICZ STEPHEN BUDASSI THOMAS BURNS ne, Parlez au compte de trois. David Kolesar takes over the class for an interpretation of the poem "Le Pelican," by the fourth year French students. Here Kathy Repko practices by reading into a tape recorder. Marian Butera, Sally Walkowski, Mary Smith, and Emmeline Klama wait their turn. Qu- ak--0' Wav' MARIAN BUTERA MAUREEN CALLAHAN CYNTHIA CAOLA JOANNE CAPONE -is, 'err' KATHRYN CAPRARIO SHIRLEY CAPRIA PAUL CARDACIOTTO CATHERINE CARDELLI MAUREEN CAREY MARY CARRINGTON PATRICIA CARTLIDGE MARGARET CASHEL WILLIAM CELMER JOSEPH CHALE ANITA CHAMBERLAIN JOSEPH CHESTER 'X A The talent of D.E. These six distributive education students show how far one's imagination can expand. Steven Santilli, John Zuchetti, Linda Pontani, Debra Kostival, Michele Magee. Philosophy or comedy? Our new driver ed "trailer classroom" up "Great Ideas." The class is held on Monday mornings during supplies all the comforts of home for these students who conjure activity period. JOSEPH CHIANESE RITA CIARAMELLA EDWARD CIMBALA JANICE CLAYTON ROSEMARY COCKRAN JOSEPHINE COCULO PATRICIA COMATY GERALYN CONNOLLY fy A IA , CHRISTOPHER ELIZABETH CONSTANTINI DAVID COOPER WILLIAM COREY CONSTANTINI MARY CORTEZ PHILOMENA CORTI DIANE CORVINE ROBERT COSTANTINI SALLY CREA JOHN CREMER GERALD CRONIN LINDA CUCINOTTA GAIL D'AGOSTINO PATRICIA DALE CC I broider the world upon cz loom, I broider with dreams my tapestry 99 -Arthur Symore MARY DAMIANO ROBERT DANBURY ANGELA D'ANDREA DARLENE DEANGE RITA DELUCA MARY DEMARCO KATHERINE DEMKO FRANK DERRICO MARLENE DESIMONE MARK DEW OROC MICHELE DIBALSI JOSEPH DIBARTOI-0 DENISE DIGUISEPPE MARY DIFALCO MICHAEL DILLON ANTHONY DIMARCELLO Lols DIMARCELLO JANET DIMATTIA AV MATTHEW DIBENEDETTO RICHARD DIBRACCIO y f,V, An early morning "must" . . . The privilege of raising the American Hag is enjoyed each day by Color Guard Captain, Joyce Kopec. PATRICK DIMATTIA BARBARA DIX CYNTHIA DOMINO MARIANNE DOMINO 'mln 'Sw TIMOTHY DOMOWICZ ANN DOYLE ANTOINETTE DUDICH JOANNE DURON ni SONIA DYBULAK PEGGY ENDRZEJEWSKI JAMES ERMI ROBERT FACKINA Qu-.Ar M.: JOSEPH FAI-ZONE LORRAINE FARAGLIA LINDA FARLEY ELEANORA FASANELLA l C 6 The years of men are the looms of Coal let clown from the place of the sun Wherein we are weaving always, till the mystic web is alone. 99 -Anton B. Chester GAIL FILIPPONI MARY FOLEY RICHARD FOLEY DONNA FO GRACE FORRESTER PATRICK FOWLER NORA FRAGALE MICHAEL FR nr"'r CONNIE FRANKLIN BARBARA FRASCELLA PATRICIA FRENCH ANN GAGLI cow eted Councxl of he Awards n K S an ,.. . W5 i Q L fag? 2 Ji Q 3' W , AW, 4 J. A V aorshv Qw ?f igiaw , ., . 1 ,, ,fs ,g wh' +4-6.042441 .dy H, 5 'Y M . ,H , , f GQ Q4 .W Y CLASS OF 1973 CHOSEN MUST SPIRITED5 ARE FIRST T0 RECEIVE COVETED AWARD 4 i , N I ANDREA GALLAGHER PATRICK GALLAGHER RONALD GALLO RICHARD GANKIEWICZ EH EDWARD GIANGUILLI CARTY GIFFIN JEAN GILL JEFFREY GORE PATRICIA GRACE THOMAS GRAY SUSAN GRIFFIN 87 E155 f "lt's as simple as that!" Exasperated, Mr. Oliveri resorts to a dramatization of his explanation as a final attempt to get an idea across in his U.S. History II class. CLINTON GRIGGS MAUREEN HAGGERTY THERESA HALASZ SUSAN H ARCAR JOSEPH HEGYI ELIZABETH HEPP 97" TERRENCE HIGHAM 'N' VIRGINIA HILL MAUREEN HODGE SHARON HOOPES MICHAEL HORVATH NICHOLAS ILKU ANITA INFANTINI PAUL INNOCENZI STEPHEN INNOCENZI ELLEN IACKO SUSAN JAMES MARY JANECZEK JOHN JASKIR MARY JURESKO FRANCES KANDA THOMAS KANE PATRICIA KAPP JULIE KARDASZ MICHAEL KASIAN MARY ANN KAWALEK THOMAS KENNEDY JOHN KITE EMMELINE KLAMA K7 5' OMELAN KOCOPEJ DAVID KOLESAR JAROSLAW KOLODIJ LYNN KONCZ T, "La arte de Espaha . . ." Fourth year students Marie Walowski, Michele Urban, Mary DiFalco, and Thomas Burns gain an appreciation of Spanish cul- ture through a study of paintings by the masters. SUSAN KONNYU JOYCE KOPEC ROMAN KOROPEY JAMES KOSTINAS DEBRA KOSTIVAL MARY KOVALIK THOMAS KOWALSKI MICHAEL KOZAR I' W CHRISTOPHER KOZICZ LYNDA KOZICZ EDWARD KRASNY LEON LACKEY SAMUEL LAMACHIA ELLEN LANIGAN GERALDINE LANZONI RICHARD LATELLA rg-.wp Nvv.-4' EDWARD LEARY EILEEN LEH MAN 'lk- JO MARIE LEILI MARCELLA LENKIEWICZ MARY LEONE CHRISTINE LERTCH MONICA LEWIS KAREN LIEBHART JENNIE LQFFREDO SHARON LQGUE ARTHUR LONGO MICHAEL LUCASH MICHELE LUKENS DONNA MACNEIL "For me it was not Zeus who made that order," argues Antigone fLinda Parichyy, while an arrogant Creon fChar1es Rupprechtj listens impatiently Drama students act out various scenes from plays they study in class. "Could we have gotten our wires crossed?" Puzzled, John Angeline and Joseph Chester try to find where they went wrong on their project in radio. fox MICHELE MAGEE CATHERINE MAGUIRE PATRICIA MAHER THOMAS MAHON PATRICK MALLOY WILLIAM MALONEY THOMAS MANTEL KATHLEEN MANTUANO Q.-wx Nu- DIANE MARINO ANNETTE MARROLLI STANLEY MARUT KATHLEEN MASIELLO NICHOLAS MASSARI RICHARD MASTERSON MITCHELL MASTRANGELO DEBORAH MASTRIPOLO 'iw 'Wi "', M.-...W Playing peek-a-boo? It looks as if Diane Mihalow, Michele Lukens, and Mary janeczek are taking a break from the seriousness of physics to create a "new" game with their stroboscopes. -...um HM' Q ,tv-44' CYNTHIA MATYJASIK JOANNE MAURO PATRICIA MAZZOLINI KATHLEEN MCGOUGH DANIEL MCGOVERN JAMES MQGOWAN KATHLEEN MCMANIMON GERARD MF-ARA 'H M .,.,, W..- ww MICHAEL MENNUTI MARYANN MICHON ROBERT MIERZWICKI DIANE MIHALOW i F JOSEPHINE MINELLI 'md FRANK MULINO THOMAS MULRYNE SAMUEL M WNW mm- Longin' for the ole' swimmin' hole? "What's a nice guy like me doing in a place like this?" Jim Pinchot, far left, wonders. DEBORAH MIRABELLI MARK MIRABELLI ANNA MOTTOLA J? URO CATHERINE MYCOFF JOANNE NALBONE WMQGA - :siifiisifaaaaw EDWARD NOMEJKO RICHARD QSVAI GARY oRLoWsK1 EDWARD ORAVSKY VERONICA 0'GORMAN PATRICIA OTTO ANDREA OUSKIN PHYLLIS OWENS LYNDA PAGANO JOHN PANACEK KATHLEEN PANASOWICH MARYANN PAPERO MARGARET PAPP MICHELE PAPP LINDA PARICHY l EUGENE PASCUCCI SUSAN PATARCSITY KATHLEEN PATERSON BARRY PELLETTERI JOANNE PELOSCI SANDRA PERRY Things not to be forgotten. This is a view of the courtyard and the new wing from the rear stainvay. DEBORAH PERSICO MICHAEL PETRONELLA GRADUATION, AN END YET A BEGINNING, EINALIZES OUR HIGH SCHOOL EDUGATIONg GOIVIIVIENGES GHALLENGING NEW HORIZONS LOUISE PICA DONALD PICCOLELLA DIANE PIECHOWSKI JAMES PINCHOT NANCY PIPPA NANCY POLLACK CONCETTA POLONIA LOUIS POLSELLI an LINDA PONTANI LIVIA PONTANI ELIZABETH PONZIO .., 7, ,,. ,,, 7 'WV f 4 .1 ' fl t gf-lf ee i t t A T, A i, i lfdflggzpening - The traditional Baccaliiifeate M355 Saint me A ny' W urch. However, this year, 1973, weather permitting, the sewice'-igjifgheduled togbiaf Held? on the Athletics Field in conjunction with the Graduation Exefciseigitjune 4. 5 j ' 1 'V if ' A -ii, Q71 wif .4 Mx: i . w- :,f,g1gfqg,g ,,: '- f t v in -. ,LL, ., E, ..,, Q, :,, W - f, t + I if , q In ' ' i,t. i f? ,o,f i i . Q ,, ' 1 J i gow.. tti, t t ,..,5,i1t,, .lt ir' A - I N Wi YA ' t ' 4 -1 , wtf' A . 5 2 17' ' if I J I -t uv!! fav L ' iitf t ,if"e ff ' -'I ' 1' '- g ,, ' w-f ff- f f f-'.,,, - f ff wk V , - . f ' TV -F Q , wg K 1 ,-A, N 1 H - W 1 ' , ag 4 ,s if .Ja ': :Q 9 . 1,5 .i ,,:', . 1. -. i 1 Cy kiwi ww' V i M , x i L- t.. 5 ,, 1 is ' ' 47 V 5 i , A I , ,y it l lc.. in tmf1ndw 'Wn9?vM9ffwu,?wN N' fe, BARBARA POTASH BARBARA POWELL PASQUALE PRATICO ROBERT PRIHODA MARY PROBST PAOLA PUGLIESE GARY RADICE KATHLEEN REPKO PATRICIA RICHARDS NANCY ROGERS JOSEPH Rossi PHYLLIS RUDENSTEIN CHARLES RUPPRECHT MARGARET RU PPRECHT t C C We sleep, but the loom of inte never stops and the pattern wh ieh was weaving when the san went down is weaving when it comes up tomorrow. 99 -Henry Ward Beecher l JULIANA SABOL FRANCINE SALVATORE STEPHEN SANTILLI M MARYANNE SAUERBAUM JEAN SAVILLE IRYNA SEREDIUK V MARY JANE SESSA JANE SHANOSKI Ifii E i I W' Q ig - F Budding Rembrandts? No, just Pattie Grace, Barbara Pot- ash, Patty Dale, Joe DiBartolo, and Nancy Pollack hoping to improve their artistic talents. VICTORIA SHEAFFER PATRICIA SHEEHAN PATRICIA SHEPPARD LAUREEN SHIVE MARY ANN SIKORSKI gg. Q ROBERT SIMON ANGELINA SIMPSON ANDREW SIROVETZ ANDREA SMITH 1 --'--., QEF? " xxmmg MARY SMITH THERESA M. SMITH KATHERINE SOKOLOWSKI RONALD SPAIR MARY SPARKS MARK STANTON MARIE STELLERINE THERESA SMITH DORIS SNELSON GLENN STANTON MARK STILLITANO BARBARA STONE DAVID STORCELLA PATRICIA STORCELLA PATRICIA SUDER KATHLEEN SUPAL MARY SWEENEY RICHARD SZMAUZ ANDREA SZUL DEBORAH TAFS WASYL SYDOR KAREN TAGUE CLAUDIA TAMMARO RICHARD TARCZA SALLY TARNECKI PAUL TEGZES DEBORAH TESTA PAULA TISCIONE PATRICIA TOMCHIK DEBRA TORMA JOANNE TRAGEISER CAMILLE TROTTO Some people wake up by an alarm clock, but this class shakes off the web of sleep by pondering over a complex problem in math analysis. DELORES TUMILLO LOUIS TURDEAN JAYNE ULMER MICHELE URBAN ALBERTA VALLETTO CAROL VERR0 Therek always time for recol- lection from the hustle and bustle of the busy halls in our chapel. Mass is celebrated here every Monday and Friday dur- ing the activity period. BERNADETTE VIROK ELLEN VIROK Der Frohliche Wanderer. Ed Leary, Rich Masterson, and Barry Pelletteri, prepare to sing a little German song as an aid to their pronunciation. KENNETH VITA CAROL VON SPRECKELSEN KAREN WAGNER SALLY WALKOWSKI H-. X, tr r , A MARIE WALOWSKI CHARLES WALSH WILLIAM WALSH JAMES WATTERS ELAINE WELSH SHARON WERESKI JAMES WHITE MARY WIELAND MARTHA WILDMANN JILL WILSON KATHLEEN WINGET JANICE WOITOWICZ MARY LOU WOLFF MICHAEL WOLOSZYN GERALDINE WORTHINGTON JANICE WSZOLEK CAROL WYERS DIANE YACCARINO DONNA YANNO DENISE YARMLAK Silence is golden, but I can still hear .... The cheerful laughter of the spirited seniors will resound throughout the classroom long after they have gone. BRUCE YOUNG ROBIN YOUNG JOANNE ZIELINSKI DIANE ZOLA If-rg SUSAN ZOLTANSKI JOHN ZUCCHETTI lf mg, ,I we 12 X IIICIIIOTICS i sf. 1 mi gs F tly ,iw -vfquki H' s E 1. f3:z: s.s P., E Q ,i isa Jag ,kg Sm i 5 i 1 2 5 Q , 3 5 ..,...x,. .xx.. S 31' So Qt Q Sacred Heart - 4 Choralgfiiroup 2, Givitan 4. - Future ff3g GAA of 4: 4. I E Class Aclxlser 4 Homeroom Repref 3 M1S9lOIl Representative lg Ellggre cachers Club 3 Drama Club 2 3 Chriiiian ovement 1 Horseback Riding 2 Soccefwl, 3 Volleyball l 2 3 Softball! 2 3: Junior fig JOSEPHINE ANN coculo saint Joachiflg- A Homeroom Officer 1 2 3 Mission illggge- scntatlve 1 2 Choral Group 1, S141 I Pep Club 1 2 5 Drama Club 1 2, COMATY sam: Anzhpnytl- S 4 Volleyball 1, 21, 4g f 4 Twlrlers 1 2 3, Saint Anthony Mission Rep- Gllzllfd 1, Angels Anthony - A PH Qoluiv sm: Anlhorlyziii A ttlll CORTEL our Lady of sofrows A rt Club 2 Ecology Clqlp 2: R-aghiiiel 'ffii moral Group 5 3, 4:4--GAA DIANE ,SBARBARA CORVINE Samt Joachim Hmmioom Rep esen atlve 1 2 33 ttt, Mission A 5 Future f COSTANTINI l,SqlllgWAn- CifmEA sa ofiyi A: 'Ski 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 Volleyball sg 4 GA howl 2, 3, 4. A. t Raphael - Bi- Boys Athletics W S wx 'ft .Qi -4-is-in-mana' S4-nl?:..n....,,,., A - DVOMINO, Saint Joachim ciety 3, 43 Third Order 2, 3, 43 Drill Team 2: iii .Show 2- 4- . 4 in I GAA Show 1-13-4- Joachim aaii PALTRTCW aii flE.iEf3JOSEPH GALLAQHER, Saint NlllSeS'Cli1l5 iiii 214 Club 4: Fflllllm Club 2, 41 iiia i 1 Show l,2, 3, 4. Enya' Athletics Club 3, 4: mania- Club 41 A GATE iiii SOI' MATTHEW DOMOWICZ HolY Tmk 41 Tennis 4' Club - Choral Group 1. ' RoNAI.D GALLO Saint Joachim. li, PCP 7 . ' . . 244. AAAA . . . lLlfABETlH 2041-ll Sfmt Ralellaf T Rlfmlln 'l9rSEPlfll GANKIEWICZ' Sm AAAAAAA AAAAA iiai F f0l'P - - - F Umm U P fallls aus - W - Club 1- 2? GAA Shllw l'2'344' EDWARD GEORGE GlANGUILL1,l,Hnly An- MARIE, DUDIGH, Saint Raph- gels - ski Club 3, 4. ttl.i -4- ski Club I 2-A GAA snnw 1 4. - f . 4. ............. ...,, .... .... , ...a ..., me ..,.... A .......i i ....,L ...,.,, . i ,,.,,..L.k i 4 , 4 CARTY LCUIS CIFFIN Westmlnster PI-eqb , MARIE DURON, Immaculate CON- teriarl -- "Antonian" Staff 33 Band 4g Aligy - ..V-,. 4 ..i-- -- Future TC2ChCf5' Club 31 Pep Club Club 45 Biglogy Club 25. Ski Club 3, 43 Oys, f 2. -1 iiii 1 4 A . GAA Show 54- ' Allllellcs Club 3a41T0lllllS2- lil! 1 it ii.ll i'nl iiiii A 4 JENNIE DYBULAK. Saint Mary. Bor- EAN ANN GILL, s ' iAnila0n - "cm-riatin" AVVAAZ -- Future Teachers' Club 3. SH V J Staff 3, 43 NHll0l1ZFgOllOf Socigty 3, 43 Basket- iiii Representatiyfe EA... lg ski Club 4 , - 1, 2: Bllskfftbeillgiiiii-3.2. 3, 4: -IEFFRE3 .3 ROBERT GORE, Saint Anthony - 1, 2, 3, 44 -GAA.shnw 1. 2, 3, 4. ..inA. ig iii Class 4g Hnmninnni Represen- Elflxll- Siaif15X1faP?la?lSf'ffPgf0Ill1el?9Ifl 2551? li 22-3'EIngii'dAFlll3Qifl31cilifll 2: A 45 P epresen a IYC 3 ' n oman a , 3 10 - .4 -- l .4 , . K I It 1, 2, ...K A Club 2:' Chemistry Club 35 Pep Club 1: ga Z, 4, Baseball l, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track ... ,gi A ni'. A i Athletics Club 3, 4g Drama Club 2, 3, 4g 4 - A .R A..i 1 1. PATRICIA TERESA GRACE Saint Raphael - it Third .fe . - - A C1 . ' - i -..i -iin Z.-i b , . A 1 .,., , ass Secretary 4, Homeroom Representative ' HO Y .... i ,-V, lg National Honor Society 3, 45 Choral Group ' . . . - A . 4 1'lf Kas, Y-1-4 ',l: f--- - . 4- ','- - ii' 31 41 Forum Club lv Future Teachers Club 5, JAMES FAIQGQNEJ Sflml RaPh4Cl QizA:f- 4, Drama 'Club 4, 4, Color Guard 2, GAA Club S, 4: Pep Club 1: Boys' Arhl-was ghowl 2 3 4. 7 C1ub4 iiii . 'li lliii ffffl i'illi 3 1 . l , , Q 4: R l ' ' ' A ' .i,.. ig-,alntp il 2B5slZetball 2 Basebal 1 2 3 THOMAS ANTHONY CRAY, Saint Anthony ' .. A ii'lf-- -3,5 ,'ii 1 A .A ' ' ' ' I .. ' A Bam- ANN FARPTGLIA' Saint Joachml susAll3lml?ljil1lE GRIFFIN Saint Anthony-ski iiiii l nnln filfiilfg-lchceml liimp 3: Sh Club 4: Pep Club 4' Club 3 4- Pep Club 2 35 GAA show 3 4 illi 'Wm - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Q A A rt' 2, 1 a " . ' 5 5 4. B0u'.Athlw Club 3- 4- -A C Club 2, lS,f 4i-5ftPep Club 24 Tennisl2: MAUREEN ANN HAGGERTY, Saint Anthony. Show 14 2, 14- '7f'-A if liie THERESA MARIE HALASZ Saint siephnn - T -51 Foolball -- h ANTOINETTE FASANELLA, Homerogm Representative 2'. MICHEL-EJ DIBALSI, aiiillff -i'i -035 im -" p.f'ijHo1y Angels - Ski Club 3g Pep Club 1, 2: - - -W Q Choral lg Hniannacltg-Riuing lg Red l ,,,, I Gnarul,2,s,44,GAA Show 3, SUSAN HARCAR'-Saw 339151395 Home Cross I...-42414--WGlleyb,lll 1 2 3,--Sat-than 1 2 3 ,,,.. ,i ,,4. . ..-. . - room Representative 3, Dlstrzbutlve Education A '. ' l if ----.i A .' ' ' iiiif GZSEIL MARIE FILIPPONI, Saint Joachinm- Club 3, 4. -. ei--- 4' ..-. - 4: 4-Iflomeroom Representative is is - ..,.. .A'l'h9"l' QT C- -i.i ' ' fat .0 -C ,.- - 4 2 ' ' ' Our KFY ,.i.-i , Lady ofpsqgows ,- Forum-Gigi?-11-3-i,5ki Qlub Honor 21.44 Biology .iClggjg5gf,l2g ELILABETEQAQA V1-ALEXANDRA M1-IEPP, Saint 1, 2, Club 1, -- api, Teachers',ggIigI3.-53,5,.Basketbau 3, Stephen.137-.jolleyball 33 -GAA,-Show 2, 8, 4. Club i,.- l e.tt 14? GAA H1GHAMa...lmm2Culafe Club 31 Alhlelics l A . ,, weep- i'iiii i2F A Q li Sk! 32 Fume irisrin'?ifi-CKY? Choral -.-l 34 42 ii'ii 1 ...i A -iie-ii NPFSeSl'iitlif5l?l3i??i21lBa?kelbf'1l--lF1-23?-CA39.Hofseback Third 34 43 Flliliflif Club 11 A Raphael it RldlH'g' National Honor Society 4. 2' 3,id4:2 V?uiyblii1'll5,'ILl: ilicoklr C A -1.-.141-ikaiballlg GAA snnwl-211.f.- .-.- MAUREEN- ANNE HODGE, Immaculate Con- GU81' -,L , Q fl Cam 4. . OW , :ga-: K I? -- irff,iQ?'2f 4.- . . . A Ce tign Choral Group 4' GAA Show 2, 3, 4. ' - :LOUIS S t R P - ' . 2, 31 4., , Q . L. ,- . l 1512: k-KK..L . Raphael - . 44. -1 1 - I . '...- at 4-.. .4 i.li. .'t. . . l 3 --..-- M An'h"'ll'. 4-. . ,,. . ,,.. S. tv i-.. ILKU,l.Sa1rti4,-lui-Anthony - 1 iii' '-:"i 1 .il- 5 A Y: --.i :fi '31 3 3.111 f '.Vil?, - . Au- A Team li 4. p Foolball.--if-ii--walk " 2' 3' 4' Amir 2' 3' 4 thony Athletic? 3, 4: Cross - EUGENE ANCO S y t p... , ANITAC Mlgjfglvg IgF?NiTLliI, aiaigt Rapfxagl Country,'i2,,f3,V4: Track 2, , . G .ff . K . alll fl .:,9TlY- - " orristirf' ta . , 3 or roup , Z DxMA1tQuLL0, Im- CAROL.-ERANKLIN, Immacluare 3- 41 FW?--i.Club 1' 2' 3- 4l .Fume Nurses - .Club - - ....- li Club 14 2' fl- 4' GAA Show ll 2' ' j . , .-ti PAUIQC :Am mlii l ' 7. ' 1 l --ti lf 442 -1 Ove' A --Ummm a We - f ' i"l-iif' ' I lli'ii '-:" it A il'-ifoom Re rcsentativefil' "Antonian"iStaff'3 4' Anlomgn Staff 3' 4' 53191 ogy Club 2' Salfiitiflnflml T - 4: National Hfllf-42844544 2, S, 4: Peptslui .?ZZib4iY2Z 4- -hi eeel '- ' A "ii ' -'t A 4 A -'-' . .ELLEN . 4 .8i!1t12l1??E1.i-HYY 0 f C .ann --.. Staff S, 4: Chou-1 4 lg 2, 3, A l.--- - -.-, Group ii-- 3li'F6rum Club 2. 3, 4: Ski Club S, 4: 4. Biology Club 2- Future Teachers' Club 2- ANDREA JOAN Saint Basketball lg Tennis 2, 3g GAA Show 1, 2, CLAA shnw 1, 2. i ' -- "Corristin" Staff 3, 43 National Honor So- a, 4. SUSAN LYNN JAMES, Saint Raphael - Ski Club 43 Pep Club 23 Softball 13 GAA Show 2, 4. MARY ANNE JANECZEK, Holy Angels - "An- tonian" Staff 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Band 1, 23 Chemistry Club 3, 43 Drama Club 23 Tennis 43 GAA Show 1, 23 Z Club' 4. JOHN JASKIR, Saint Josaphat - Biology Club 23 Ski Club 4g Boys' Athletics Club 3, 43 Bas- ketball I3 Tennis 3, 4. MARY LUCILLE JURESKO, Holy Angels - Future Teachers' Club 3, 43 Cheerleader l, 2, 33 Color Guard 1, 23 GAA Show 2, 3, 4. ' FRANCES LORRAIN KANDA, Saints Peter and Paul - Mission Representative I3 Choral Group 43 Softball 33 Twirlers 23 GAA Show 2, 3, 4. TFIQMAS KANE, Holy Angels - Mission Rep- resentative 43 Ski Club 3, 43 Pep Club 2: Boys' Athletics Club 3, 43 Track 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Tennis 4. PATRICIA KAPP -- Saint Anthony - Choral Grouptjg Pep Club 1, 23 Softball 1, 33 GAA Show 1, 2333, 4. JULIE MARIE KARDASZ, Saint Josaphat - Homeroom Representative 33 Future Teachers' Club l, 2, 33 GAA 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL GEORGE Holy Angels - Class Vice President 1, '3,Ik'KCy Club 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 23 Ski Club lj Boys' Athletics Club,3, 43 3, 4. MARY ANNO' HOIY Cross - Chorafi?Group 2, 3, 43 GAA Show 3, 4. 3 l'i'f,gf ' A 'V THOMAS ALBERT Saintgjktaphael - HOIHCIOOI11 2, 33,443 BiologyfClub 2g Club 5, 43 Pep Club 3, 4, Drama Club 23 A JOHN RAYMOND KITEl,53ggnmaculateQg3gIoncep- tion Biolo Club'f2 iiii Clubs B0 S' EMMELINE ANNE Holy - Chemistry Club 33 33 Drill Team 1, J 23 GAA Show l, 2, 3, 4. s,gi,553,i,,,, J Q3 wtf! I 5 I" A :- z we o ca .lo ' -u 1'-fl 3- CD MW 12:55 ,U , 'J' 3 ,N .E 0 UQ "C Chemlsrfv 3 33333 DAYIDA saiatscsiipiggamheny ffl 331 B , E' IQ s- . 2- .. H Club 13 Boys' Athletics Club 3, 43 Baseball lg Track 43 Tennis 4. CHRISTOPHER JAMES KOZICZ, Saint An- thony - Choral Group 43 Pep Club 13 Boys' Athletics Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball I, 23 Foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4, LYNDA ANNE KOZICZ, Saint Anthony - Homeroom Representative 1, 43 Third Order 2, 3, 43 Drama Club 2, 3, 43 Tennis 23 GAA Show 2, 3, 4. , EDWARD JOHN KRASNY, Holy Cross - Homeroom Representative 1, 33 Key Club 2, 33 Boys' Athletics Club 33 National Honor Society 4. LEON LACKEY, Jerusalem Baptist - Home- room Representative 13 Choral Group 2, 3, 43 Pep Club l, 2, 33 Boys' Athletics Club 33 Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 43 Track l, 2, 3, 4. SAMUEL GERARD LAMACHIA, Immaculate Conception - Third Order l, 2, 33 Drama Club 2, 33 Track l. ELLEN ELIZABETH LANIGAN, Immaculate Conception - Homeroom Representative 2, 43 Choral Group 43 Biology Club 2: Ski Club I3 GAA Show 1, 2, 4. GERALDINE ANITA LANZONI, Saint An- thony - Mission Representative 1, 2, 33 Choral Group 1, 23 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD WARREN LATELLA, Saint An- thony - "Antonian" Staff 3, 43 Biology Club 23 Boys' Athletics Club 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2 ,3, 4. EDWARD JOSEPH LEARY, Saint Raphael - Key Club 3, 43 Boys' Athletics Club 3, 43 Track 2. EILEEN ELIZABETH LEHMAN, Saint An- thony - Pep Club 1. JO MARIE LEILI, Holy Angels - Drama Club 2, 43 Tennis 33 GAA Show 1, 2, 3. MARCELLA KATHERINE LENKIEWICZ, Saint Anthony - Biology Club 23 Ski Club 1, 23 Pep Club 13 Softball I3 GAA Show 1, 2, 4. MARY EILEEN LEONE, Immaculate Concep- tion - Choral Group 13 Pep Club 23 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. CHRISTINE MARIE LERTCH, Saint Anthony -- Choral Group 1, 23 Ski Club 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Softball l, 23 GAA Show l, 3, 4. ,MONICA ANN LEWIS, saint Raphael - ski sesi slse ' 3 e3 1 Club 13 Basketball 13 Softball A GAA 1- 2- PATRICK JOHN MALLOY, Immaculate Con- ception -- Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. X WILLIAM PATRICK MALONEY, Saint An- thony - Boys' Athletics Club 3, 43 Football l. THOMAS JOSEPH MANTEL, Saint Anthony. KATHLEEN MARY MANTUANO, Saint Raphael - Drill Team 13 GAA Show l, 3, 4, DIANE LYNN MARINO, Saint Raphael - Choral Group 43 GAA Show I, 2, 3, 4. ANNETTE MARIE MARROLLI, Saint Raph- ael - Choral Group 1, 2, 3, 43 Drama Club l, 2, 3, 43 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. STANLEY ALBERT MARUT, Holy Cross - Homeroom Representative 1, 2, 33 Mission Representative I, 23 Choral Group 23 Key Club lg Biology Club 33 Chemistry Club 23 Boys' Athletics Club l, 2, 33 Drama Club 1, 23 Soccer 2. KATHLEEN MASIELLO, Saint Raphael - GAA Show l, 2, 3, 4. NICHOLAS ANTHONY MASSARI, Saint Jo- achim - Homeroom Representative I3 Boys' Athletics Club 23 Basketball l, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3. RICHARD EDWARD MASTERSON, JR., Saint Anthony - Choral Group 23 Forum Club l, 23 Boys' Athletics Club I, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 2. MITCHELL RICHARD MASTRANGELO, Holy Angels - Biology Club 2. DEBORAH ANN MASTRIPOLO, Immaculate Conception - Choral Group 43 Biology Club 23 GAA Show l, 2, 4. CYNTHIA ANN MATYJASIK, Holy Cross - Future Nurses' Club 33 GAA Show 2. JOANNE SUSAN MAURO, Saint Stanislaus - Choral Group 2, 3. , PATRICIA, LILLIAN MAZZOLINI, Saint Raphael - Cheerleader 23 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN MICHELE MCGOUGH, Saint An- thony - Pep Club 13 Basketball 1: GAA Show l, 4. DANIEL PATRICK MCGOVERN, Saint Raph- ael - Homeroom Representative 13 "Cor- ristin" Staff 3, Sports Editor 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Biology Club 23 Chemistry Club 3. JAMES EUGENE MCGOWAN, Saint Anthony - Boys' Athletics Club 3, KATHLEEN ANN MCMANIMON, Holy Angels - Student Council Vice President 43 Home- 43 Sf Holy AA- aoimeiepfisamvel 142,-35, 'Q,A1lmia115- imff fi p J "i'i 1 ' 1 H3 S0 ' 5. 4: GAA f 9 ofa YOUP 9 If HC' 9 10 03V 33 kkss Same .A 3 ,slfi 25 lli I itis A eiiii 5: Cmbp 13 Colgiilguard L, ..,, ?.,,Lieutenan.g,.,,g3, Cap-. .see .el . 4: ,,., ,J I 43 3, 43 ,Chemistry 3. efftiffstffi GAA 4- ..,.. f li A Asiit 1 MPICHABL FRANK MENNUTI, Saint Jimhim is ROMAN sainteeensaphaelye 3333 A - Band li Pep Club l. ppat onor I .iii , A lii l'ii ii " iiiii isffy Club 3: Forum CM-S: Bovsffafhiefiw 4. A 3. ,. II-I2L10E11iibIl3n-'l2,f,?f33i?,' ig 341 234' eeee MACNEIL, saints., se. Anthony - Y01lQ'3Sib2113s,.i3filOI Guard,4g2, 3. Lieyissnanf 333.. 2, iii'i iisi stii ROBERT THOMAS '3' ' 3:'3 iiiiii' M ' Ra hael - Chess Club 4 3 Athleticggclub 3, ,giiylfrack 4, 4' reseaiagive aint2 lgj P . Q A .'.. Group 13 Drama Diixi?on1:2BgE'af?gIgi'I111Cl32nEOIi?on2??5iieE I GAA Show 4. 2 3 4'F0fuII1itlulji 2 3 4. D,,,,,,. elub 4- 3'3'3'31 .A-A-1 A i-3-, , ,,.- , -'frff 333f .l,. ....- A -.il 3.3' i ,,,',-, ,.,, R ,.,..,.,, ,..,,,,, 1 1 3, , ,j 3 V ' J 'tsl . .3 I ",-3 21 I M133 KOVAHK, Holwiie Eels- 3333 c1ubAs,,43 Pep els T,-,,,,3, ' ' , , '-'- I, 25 GAAfSh0w I, 3-,fi - ' .3-i A 2: VBgf,C1ub THQFIQIIAS K0,W?-RLSKJ 51139501958 .:,gg,PATRICIAi32,iANN saint .ee 21 ' -It omerooniii? -epresexalzittwe 3 , Istxigutive ,,-- A I i.-. ifll MICHAEL 'CHRISTOPHER.KOZAR, Holy An- THOMAS PAUL MAHON, saint P7 -4, A ..,3 ii v.. 3 E E3 a MARK ANTOCETO MIRABELLI, Immaculate Conception - Homeroom Representative 2: Choral Group 2, 3, 43 Key Club 43 Pep Club 23 Boys' Athletics Club 3, 43 Drama Club 33 Basketball 1, 23 Football l, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 3, 4. ANNA MARIA MOTTOLA, Saint Anthony - Homeroom Representative 13 Ski Club 3, 43 43 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. yy FRANK PAUL MULINO, Saint Anthony -4 Boys' Athletics Club 3. THOMAS PATRICK MULRYNE, Saint Raph- ael - Biology Club 23 Chemistry Club 33 Ski Club 43 Boys' Athletics Club 3, 43 Basketball l, 2. SAMUEL FRANK MURO, Saint Anthony -- Homeroom Representative 1, 3, 43 Choral Group 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4: Key Club 4: Drama Club 2, 33 Ballet Club I3 Tennis 2, Club 43 Boys' Athletics Club 3, 43 1,3314- OA ttl Vizl' I , 0 nges - J N eee,3 A ,WRYR P LOSCI H ly A 1 GAA 1,3331 1 I 3 3 A SANDRA ANN lllli EE,gaIgiQQQjfsatnt.11Raphaol - "An tonianf? Staff 3, 3, 4: ,Mis- sion Representative 2, 13, 43 colot ,ottatti 2, 3, it 1DE1ioR,gH. ANN PERSICO, iiifmlm Club 21 Drama Club 2, 1, 2, 3, 4. f 'eer MICHAEL ALLEN PETRONELLA, ,Raphael - Class President 43 Homeroom Representative 33 Key Club 2, 3, 4g Ski Club il, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Boys' Athletics Club ' 3, 43 Baseball lg Football l, 2, 3, 4. J LOUISE PICA, Saint Anthony -- Choral Group I, 23 Ski Club l, 3, 43 Cheerleader 1313, 3 Chemistry Club 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' GAA Show It 2, 3' 4- 1 A3 Athletics Club 3, 4, Basketball 23 Football 1, DONALD JAMES P10001-ELLA, SRi1uifg2,A1l0+ 4' ' achim To Boys, Athletics Club ll fti -A MARY MYCOIEF SHW Raphael 2' 3,41 33562311 1,21 314' 333 Club 11, 32, 3, 41 Drill DIANE MARIE rIEcHowsKI, Holy 31 GAA .tt Choral GMP 3- 1 iali I I 1 11A11.ExAND12R1 1ANsIis1 1lRANc.Is1 PINCHGT, ittt. Anthony - Pep Clubf clllb 41 A a,1AHgClS 3H0lYfCR00ill -- Tennis Club 33 Drill Teaimi-ZIJGAA Show 1, - Club 3, 43 DR 2, 314- A eell T 1 1 1. EDWARD JOHN NoMh3JIg g pi+Io1y Angels - PIPPA, 2iQ!Ch0ra1 Group 4: Pep gg-f3,1,43 Boys' 1 tyatt 1, 2, Sigifsoft- Club 3, 4? 1142 S025 3, saint Raphael-GAA ' eeaa 1 sttt Nafivllals 11 Club KARC RICHARD rr I L iTfHorneroom Representatiiie "-t' Honor Immaculate 11jgiSoeiety 3, Treasurer 43 Group Ig Key Group 43 Footballt A... gi llii llii 3 Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 4.1113 I Saint Jgachim - RICHARD THOMAS OSVAI, Saint Mary of the ikepresentative 1, 23 Ski Club Assumption. I I .3 'lV- fig lltl PATRICIA ANN OTT01, Anthony -- LIVIA 1,h1tiltitro,o111.PoNTANI, Saint Joachim 1- ' Mission Representative -2,3..333ffEihoral,1 Group 1, igootaontatiyt 13 Ski Cluhil--E1,11i2: ii 4f2S Ski Club 21 Cheefleaflffi Show 3' I 1 A 334' .1 lt. 1 JO 1 ...2 1, ?eP'Cl"b l? V llls A 1 tlla l3 ffASH,1 oSI1ims A ANN rf I 32-3 f?i f?H0mlff00m Reg- ,SAA gjggg-4,1 1 1 5 ff llsls fisfsenrarive 1, 23 I 9 1155 51 I t 3 Drill Team 1, 2: GAA 5, 4.3 3 LINDA LEE PAGANO, Saint ,Anthony -- ,GAA 1, 23 Choral Group? 313 1 show 2,3,4. 3 A skit:1trsy2:J 1GA1A showl,2,4. A 1 JOHN MICHAEL PANACEK, Saint Anthony - PAsQUAIgEiJosEPH1PRATICO, Saint vitttont Biology Club 2: Boys' pAthletiCS Club 3, 4. DQ, Choral Group 43 Band KATHLEEN MARIE PANASGWICH, H0111 RoRERfIi iJ sEPH1PRInoDA, Holy Angolap - Choral ly 1' ,xrki 1 PROBST, IMARYANN ELEANOR Ralllli fl Aoet li 2, 314: 2+ 1 f : T?' llll 'C fl- Al,... S Isotletyz, foi.,t,- oo.. GAA show 1, 2, i i 1 f1fgi 1 RADICE. oSa1Hl CMARGARET MARY PAPPQ11. S2i?iitR9Raphael A- ' A 'C Choral Group 43 Future Club 23 Drill f Team 1, 2, 3, Lieutenant 4:l1GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. - MICHELE AGNES PAPP, Saint Mary of the Assumption -- Ski Club 2, 333 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. I LINDA ANN PARICHY, saint ,Raphael - Cho- fp ral Group 23 Drama Club 21,,3l,--Q43 Color Guard 23 GAA Show l, 2, 5, 4. -gf DONALD Anthony BOYS' Athletics Club 4. 3 PATARCSITY, A Borden- , 3i.0WH. 1 KATHLEEN ELIZABETH' PATTERSON, Saint I Anthony -- Choral Group '13, 2, 3, 4: Drill Team 1, 2: Color Guard 3, 4: GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. ' BARRY MICHAEL PELLETTERI, Holy An- KATHLEEN-I HELEN REPEO, I-Iolypflross itil - . National Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Chora1iGroup 2, 3, 4:3 Biology Club 23 Drama Club 3, 43 GAA Show 2, 3, 43 Z Club 4. PATRICIA ANN RICHARDS, Saint Anthony- Choral Group 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers' Club 3, 43 Drill Team 23 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANK RICIGLIANI, Saint Joathitn- 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2. K RICIGLIANI, Saint Joachim- Class Seeifetary 2. iilip 5 '..: 1 1 ' NANCY ANN ROGERS, Saint Anthony -4 Na- tional Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Choral Group 23 Ski Club 3, 43 Pep Club 13 Drama Club 3, Tennis '23 Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA Show 1,2, 3, 4. JOSEPH ROSSI, Saint Joachim - Homeroom Representative 13 Cross Country 1. PHYLLIS MARIA RUDENSTEIN, Saint Raph- ael - Choral Group -2, 33 Third Order 2, 33 Color Guard 1, 23 GAA Show 2, 3, 4. CHARLES EDWARH",QLRUPPRECHT, Saint Raphael - Homeroortii .,., Representative I, 23 National Honor SocietyiC':?ti,,,y43 Biology Club 23 Chemistry Club 33 ..Boys'?xlE,Athletics Club 3: Cross Country 13 ",Antonian" Staff 3, 4. MARGARET MARYRUPPRECHT, Holy An- gels - Mission Representative 23 Future Nurses' Club 3, 43 Drill Team 13 Twirlers 1, 23 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. IHLIANA CAROL SABOL, Saints Peter and Paul -e Choral Group 43 Future Nurses' Club 23 GAA Showpl, 2, 3, 4. ' FRANCINE SALVATORE, Holy An- , I-gels - Show 1, 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN PAUL Holy Angels - Mission Choral Group 1. MARIA Holi' 41156121 -GAA 1 A tett A MARY ANN CAAS H0ll1el'00m I RRPIRE Sentative Club 3: 5l10W 2114- iioliiii 3 I JEAN MARIE SAIJIIIQLE, Saint Anthony "Corristin" Staff 13,43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, C43 Drama Club 4g Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA Show l, 3, 43 National Honor Society 4.1 K IRYNA SEREDIQIQN Saint Anthony - "Cora win" Staff li Nafilmal H0H0f Cll1U!i7s, GAA Show 2, 1, 1 VINCENT - BOYS' GTOUP 41 113213131453 Color Guard 1, 2, 5, 4. A JANE .R ,Bordentown 3... H0lllCf00m 124 3: Social Clubs 13 Red Cross "'C 1 VICTORIA LYNNo,i,1li.SIfIEArFER, Itntnatulato Conception - 3. PATRICIA ANNE RSHEEHAN, saint Mary, Boi-dentown - Representative I, 2' 32 DCCH Riding Club 1' 1 I PATRICIA Anfhvfufl LAUREEN Raphael "C0rriStin" 'Honor Society 2, 3, Secretary5431i5fQfCEililf?1iQ5f,Qrder22, Secretary 5, Prefect 43 GAA- 4. . MARYANN SI K0RS1CIQfI5Ioly Cross. ROBERT MARIO SIMON, Immaculate Con- ception - "AnIoniani" ,Staff 1, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, -43 l,,l Biology Club 23 Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4.1 i ,,,,-p':,, " ANGELINA MARIAg1oSIMPsoN, saint Mary, Bordentown - 43 Homeroom ANDREW Saints Peter I and Paul .4 33 Band 2, 3, 43 ' ANDREA THERESEFTSMITH, Innnaonlate Conception - Pep Club 1, 23 Drama Club 2, 33 junior Civitan 3, 43 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 43 Mission Representative l. MARY CHRISTINE SMITH, Holy Angels - Future TC3ChCYS' Club 3, 43 Future Nurses' Club 33 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. THERESA ANN SMITH, Saint Anthony - Choral Group l, 3, 43 Color. Guard 3, 43 Drill Team l, 23 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. THERESA MARIE SMITH, Saint Raphael - Future Nurses' Club 2, 33 GAA Show 1, 2, 3. DORIS JEAN SNELSON, Immaculate Concep- tion - Deca Club 4. KATHERINE MARY SOKOLOWSKI, Saint Stanislaus-Choral Group 23 Future Teachers' Club 23 Future Nurses' Club 33 Literary Mag- azine 3. RONALD HOMER SPAIR, Immaculate Con- ception - Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4: Athletics. Club 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2. gi ,f E y-1 PAUALIJOSEPHA C Basil -'i iama Club 4. Immaculate con- DEBORAH JOAN TESTA, Immaculate Con- - Group 3, Future Teachers' ception - GAAVShow 1, 1, 2, GAA Show 1, 2, PAULA const,T1screnri Rsnn, Ratner - Vkhk , .k..k, . ..,V . . . .J- GEENNSLEON f NTON, Sem' A'uh0uY f PATRICIAIANNMARIE TOMCHIK, Holy An- Student CouncIl.PresIdent 4, Class Presldent gels-GAA Show 2. 2, 3, Homeroom Representative lg "Antonian" I . staff. 3,,4g Koyplnh 2, 3, aniology Club 2, DEBRAQANN EPIZABESITI. TO?-MA, Same 3, Club Athletics clnh:1,.2, I' Sk' flubgl, 2' 3,ieef'BeSebe11 Re'iiifeiiiiefenlbnll 43, 4- 'Tift A R 'Zi if . MARK OSEPHiiRiSfl?ANT0N,i. ' Rt R h lf- 1028154.45 TRAGEISE3' Semi clans IVice Pfwdent 2: Hallxiferooiflp Rgpte- - Sfeff 3, 49 Dun Team 1: S, ndiwnns GAA Show 2- 3, 4- ,'rROirflio, Saint Raphael ReP'eee'ue' lle 1. 2, 8: A 3 Immaculate Con- ,S lele llll Sie-eine 11 GAA Sn-'w1,2,e, Saint ' R R . R URBAN. ,.... Raphael - l,.l 8, 4: 2, 31 Future 4, nn, 41 LOUISE Saint Stephen 3. 4. 'eee VERRO, h 1 - "C - 3, 4, Sonnyoi, Group 4: 331nb 2: Future 2, 3, 41 GAA shew l B ETTE VIROK, Saint "' R '--' 'f'l, - RR n - - W R . COYYISUH Cheerleader 2, 4- Concep- , S ' ,l, sam, Raphael Eg 11 3, 4? eulogy Club 3, 1, Cues FR . .. xll, ---l,,-l l,ll l'll ' eee- . wig . . RHCANN VON Saint Ei of, Assisi -I lvgi gggoptosontativo 1, Honor its out eel - RY Anthony ' 5 Show S. 4. 4 , 1 R nl-Je ' WALK0WSKieeH01l Angels - RePfeSeneu1iYe5E52, 41 Future 3, 4: FufnneNufSeS' Club 3, 41 fin-4 1, 2, 3, 4- 1 R , llll WQSRQLOWSKI, Holy Cross Teachers' 41 Duma Club I 2- MT ifl lll - Sm MW Club 21 BOYS 3, 42 2' .5 ,,,, f llll J ,.l, enl, ,lle 1 S urine. nlell , -- ' ,l,l lelu 1 , llel,.,eQ RR Saintk Sigue? Q ,lee iff' ,nneeel RRR. ulee uen eulu 1 B . iffxz eelee TP 2 as et 2' 1gr3RfiFurure Teachers' 8. 4: f enel . ' 'f 51 I ..Sn0Wi.,?a.Q?2 .MARFE Raphael ' 'Y:,1fe1S1'1iE'li5RRi 1, R ,i in-,Tf'fs1222sEiliiR.-fR . FR" R- 'QQER515E2n51ii555?51EY.:21Yi-- R Future Teachers' Club 3, 4, Tennis Club 3, 4, GAA Show 4. SHARON BARBARA WERESKI, Saint An- thony - Homeroom Representative 1, Mission Representative 2, 3, Choral Group 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 3, Drama Club 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3: Twirler 1, 25 GAA Show .l, 2, 3, 4. JAMES FRANCIS WHITE, Immaculate Con- ception - Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. MARY THERESA WIELAND, Saint Mary, Bordentown - Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 33 Twirlers l, 2. MARTHA THERESA WILDMANN, Saint Stephen - Forum Club lg Ski Club 2, 3: Drama Club 2, 3. JILL CATHERINE WILSON, Saint Raphael- Choral Group 4, Future Nurses' Club 2, 3: Basketball 1, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA Show 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN JANET WINGET, Saint Anthony - Homeroom Representative 33 Ski Club l, 2: Softball 2, 33 GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. JANICE MARION WOITOWICZ, Saint Raph- ael - "Antonian" Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Forum Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA Show 2. MARY LOU WOLFF, Westminster Presbyterian - Choral Group 43 GAA Show 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL JOSEPH WOLOSZYN, Holy Angels -- Band 1: Boys' Athletics Club 3, 43 Foot- ball 4. GERALDINE ANN WORTHINGTON, Our Lady of Sorrows - GAA Show 2, 4. JANICE ANNE WSZOLEK, Saint Stanislaus - Cheerleader 2, 35 GAA Show 4, CO-op Club 43 National Honor Society 4. CAROL.-DIANE WYERS, Saint Anthony - Mission Representative 2, Biology Club 2: Future Nurses' Club l, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team l, 2, GAA Show 2. DIANE FRANCES YACCARINO, Saint Raphael - Student Council Secretary 4, Class Secre- tary fl, 3, Biology Club 2, GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. DONNA MARIE IMELDA YANNO, Saint Mary of the Assumption - "Antonian" Staff 43 Thitd-Order 3, Drama Club 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Drill Team 1, 2, GAA Show 1, 2, 3, 4. YARMLAK, Saint Anthony -- Ski 2: Softball 2, 3, GAA Show I, 2, 3, 4. BRUQEQEDWARD YOUNG, Saint Anthony -- Bantlzipl, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Athletics Club 3, 4. MARIE YOUNG, Saint Anthony - Representative 1, Softball 2, 35 GAAifShow 1, 2, 3, 4. JOANNE FRANCINE ZIILLINSKI, Saint Stan- islaus- Future Nurses' Club 2, 3 ZOLA, Holy Cross - Drama GAA Show 4. SUSANQELIZABETH ZOLTANSKI, Saint Raph- aelvl- Band 1, 2: Tennis Club lg GAA Show 1, 2g JOHISQQSALVATORI-3 ZUCCHETTI, Saint jo- +- Class President 3: Class Vice Presi- denii?F1l,4, Homeroom Representative 1, 2, 3, "AliiQonian" Staff 4, Pep Club 33 Deca Club 3, 43- Disciplinary Board 23 "Blue and Gold" Staff.2. AL'S AUTO BODY SERVICE 323 Brunswick Avenue 695-1422 ALLSTATE INSURQ E OO. joseph Stanton, Agent 727 Highway 41:33 fii 586-2282 J nnnz 2222f nl . ARNOLD'S CARPET 7 SERVICE 650 Adeline Street 396-3251 BILANCIO LIQUORS J 255 Hamilton Avenue etzt A 393-7322 J BOB'S CAKE BOX J 876 Beatty Street 392-3-O68 THE BROAD STR-EET NATIONAL JBANJK t2 12 200 East State Street . y 599-9333 CAPONE'S D 420 Whittaker A 396-4372 CAR-LEE'S BEA 950 Quinton A 392-6023 Deluxe Patrons G. G. LEVIN Sc COMPANY Leo Mall, Bustleton Pike HO 4-9599 MAGUIRE-BURKE Real Estate df Insurance 85 Route 33 587-2707 FRANK M. MANCUSO Realtor 2572 South Broad Street 888-4600 A. 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ULMER, JR. 466 South Olden Avenue CONSTRUCTION Sc GENERAL LABORERS Union Local 172 604 Bordentown Road ANTHONY v1TA 50 CopperfieldeDrive MR. and PAUL 134 Barnt Aveniie' E MR. and MRSQSROBERT WELSH 62 Unwin Drive eeee lei .ef A-g....,, ig --4, 'A 11- if KLAMA ALVIN H. WQSLFF 1525 Genesee ARTHUR D. PROBST 837 Quinton MR. and MRS. WASYL eff me 1972-73 VARSITY KOCOPEJ -MR. and MRS. JOSEPH S. CHEERLEADERS 1135 and FAMILY Saint Anthony School . Sarrt Y f eee--e a--. R .a. leeeleeee S MR. and MRS. E. KOLESAR 'LSSSS .eeeee - eee 454 South olden Avenue MR- H11dffMRS- 1- ' eee eeeeee eee.e will .......1-4116 W S15 d S 1 ...... - ee ieee MR- and MRS- -KULUDU S -..- 1328 Benn Avenue REEL S V R -ee-eeee f 21 I-I ' .d R ed n-r--.. - S eeee MR- and MRS- WLADIMIR ee In of KUROPEY ..e. - . R ..-... . 502 DSYTOH Stfefff Steee in S neee enee T -neee ' Sre S rree SSS' ' -'rS. ----.- .eef-.e A ee- - 31966131 . Cobbler Shop 1000 Eeee eeeee Seeeee 72 Benson Aveaue 888-3074 392-3845 586-3701 .--.- . ef- - . . -.-e THE .---.. S ROAD 695 1151? me SSSWH Street A -- - - 393-8246 CAOLA 2- COMSEANY at ALL EQUIPMENT RENTAL . a .S... . 599-9504 Q anS.-. S S..n.e-- A A .Q CENTER ..... L .- .- 1959 Highway 33 eee een 587-1560 25585-8457 Special Patrons MACHINING jERRY'S PIZZA 8a QUINN'S BAR INC. 1126 South Broad Stggget 'IIIA A 701-703 Cass Street Cook Avenue 393-0233 REED MOTORS J xt J AUTO Bonv st 1555 North Olden Avenue sPoR 401 New Yet-ltenj ettue 596-1594 511 eele 5 RoBERT's RESTAURANT 392-1518-392g ee u KoPEC's FUEL v1CE,1-A-INC. 7297Soiith Breed Street 392-8878 e LCAN A 1 t t1t , t, t tt , A r igy z::Y fgf igrll J ,A K H t, g 485 Harni1E33117'7Xvenue ' 5861 271 ..A,, . AV A, A 86-2857 , V-.un -,sHANosKrf3uu PAINTING T 5 BOB 1 21 Bonniebslsane Bordentownef if 298-4730 1 AURANT. tett A '3 ttot 3919 Boulevard Seaside Heights I 9 tttfft 9 t foso 'I no , 51256 . 1 - tte ,ttt STORE , ttett ette 392-85 Street CHARLIEXS SUNOCO STATION EARL GETTY South 8a Cedar Lane Broad Street 392-9073 A 5 9615 Street ' -RLG tt Avenue 1505 to 592-9844 2 MODERN C 21 Avenue 19 Industrial - tt9 -1 f stteet 3 THE NATIONAL STA 28 West State Street t State Street 2i tt 5 YARDVILLE NATIONAL Broad SUPPLY Eas C6091 596-4050 Lamberton W. CO., INC. M A 394-5275 4044 Qi t i i ntidge Road of F.1J.1.c. lts -5 of HORAN G al Director -tt 1 Avenue A I I PHIL PRA PASTRY SHOP 971 Lalor Street 5 HamiltorrtAver1ue 392-6953 I fff7394-1437 sstetftt 5 ete tttt- ----- PRIOR TYPEWRITER ' PEOP MISS JEANETTE COMPANY AND DELI? etettt 1-- 1 iz' 2557 Nmtingham Way eet ,my 232 East State Street 63 Butler Street 75187-2343 1 7M'39Qe3535 394-7161 Speclal Patrons John Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Archer Ciiiit 1'5t A-DCWCY Dt Battis Avenue 7 7 SRST 3 is lttt -iiii tl 36 Amsterdam Road iiiiiii 27104-ttt.K10CkUCT Road Mrs. Samuel F. Alu 5 tttt - Mr. and Mrs' Joseph V. Avanzato Mrs. Leon 11ss lack Avenue 266 Sherwggd Avenue 45 Scattergood Avenue V. Ammirata, D.D.S. Mr, and Mrs, Nicholas Balnn Daniel Brenna Chambers Street 835 Quinton Avenue 340 Hamilton Avenue 122 31 1 is - ift- C t-l- - TALL FASHIONS by A 'ite Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bublewicz 353 Tindall Avenue Mrs. Walter Budgick 15 Samuel Street Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cardelli 900 Chestnut Avenue Lee and Betty Cashel 432 Adeline Street Betty Lee Cimbala 414 Adeline Street Mrs. Joseph Comaty 213 Eleanor Avenue Mrs. Helen B. Cooper 225 Rustling Avenue Paul and Mary Crea 623 Redfern Street Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Damiano 315 Columbus Avenue Rae DeAnge1o Elmer Street YneHonor of Deborah Hospital The RichardsMFami1y Mrs. gMary De1VIarco 1 1 Culbertson Avenue Mrlgand Mrs. james T. Dillon 404 Cleveland Avenue . Mrs. Charles Ermi . 3 . . f - . -. ' 'is' 5' Special Patrons Rev. John Larity, O.F.M. Conv. Immaculate Conception Church Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lehman 411 South Cook Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lertch and Family 242 Leonard Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Maher and Family 931 Park Avenue Mr. John T. Mahon 17 Middleton Drive Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Mains 84 Brook Lane Maria and Rick Stanley Marut 214 Second Street Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. McGovern 1982 Arena Drive Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mennuti 95 Washington Street Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Michon 704 Pacific Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mihalow 158 Julia Avenue Monsignor McCorristin Chapter National Honor Society Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Murphy 149 North Warren Street Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Newbanks Mr. and Mrs. Vincent R. Sereni 348 Cleveland Avenue Mr. and Mrs. John Simon 651 Franklin Street Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Sirovetz 154 Samdin Boulevard Mr. Harold Sparks, Sr. 338 Columbus Avenue Mrs. Mary Sparks and Daughter 338 Columbus Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stanton 428 Massachusetts Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Stillitano 406 Cleveland Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Suder 4 Valley View Court Miss Lucy Sulowski 229 Rusling Street Mr. and Mrs. Edward Szul 97 Bordentown Road Father Ted, Father Henry, Father Bruce of Holy Cross Mr. and Mrs. J. Trageiser 143 Ellwood Street Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Verro Mrs. Irene Walkowski 1337 Genesee Street Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wereski . 180 Leonard Avenue Mr. and Mrs. M. Woitowicz 018315 M153 Ami O'G0fmaU ,69 17 Mallory Way A 327 s . 357 Columbus Avenue Father Ted .Wojciehowski Mrs.. ie,1 rr. iii Mr. and Mrs. Edward Oravsky A 201 Adeline SU-get Cartfy L. iiiii ii 36 Valley View Road Mrs. Frank Yaccarino, Jr. A.. ... Roberta Oravsky 1 1 Scullin Drive ltls 3 3i5.1Va11CY iew Road Denise Yarmlak at iii and Mrsgijulius E. Otto 418 Partridge Avenue Thestllappy Hikers 252 Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Yarmlak Lillian il'l tlii .... ..... ... Panawki Sf' 13 Partridge Avenue 1 ,ef 1 Mlefand Russellgs. Young. Mrs siff a nd Mrs.. Jerry S12 3 46 Bismarck Avenue South3gQp1den Avenue . I n loving memory of 10511341 .... st.. iilit 1 f ss.. l leii 357' P13161 55611313110 232 iilsi ..... lelssi 3 3 iiiiii , tiit deaf y Mr. and Mrsfi annyiijuitesko A '1 Mr? and 2 fy 1141611331 Aif3fP3PeT0 A 3.3QglgfBergen Street eyppy 72 , ,..a 1 Mrs.Bugdal and Homeroom 1B Mr. and Mrs. and Homf-ff00H15B Drive A iil ... and 713 Mrsgyfulia Kasian A iyyr. r.tp P eilii 1 iiii ppti f and Homeroom 9B 1215 William . ise.ft.. Homeroom 10B Midiael KHSU111. ..... ..... Jri 1215 iiiii ....1e f 2 'L he Mrg and Mrsyjoseph W. Kopec ppey. p.1. I A Ii 1 A eelss and Homeroom 8C 2522 Whitehorse- eis.. - 12C Mefcefville Road . and Jim Kogtinas Santueti A it pp 156 Locust Avenue 246 Randall Avenue and Homeroom 4D Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kozicz Mrrseand Mrs. Fred Sauerbaum and 48 Pierce Avenue it eff ieee Mr. and Mrs. Roger LaMachia 411 Chambers Street . 33 2 South Broad Street and Michael Serediuk 228 Garfield Avenue 1 . 1 Sister Mary Louise and Homerooignp 9D A 123 we ..., , SILK'S PHARMACY 1901 Greenwood Avenue 587-5423 5 V SMITI-I'S CITGOR South Olden and White Horse Avenue BOB LAMPLIGHTERS Avenue SPECTRA MACHINE 8c TOOL COMPANY 5 Hillcrest Avenue Morrisville Mfg and Mr and STANTON HARDWARE WHITE HORSE 1145 Hamilton Avenue ACADEMY STATE SALES OFFICE EQUIPMENT gggngfgbdentown Road 694 South Broad Street WINEBERGS 1893 392-8066 901 South Broad Street 695-6597 and Mrs. Charles Fisher Beatty Street Laura and Maureen Q 327 Garf ldfggvenul j W jg Mr. and M Earhart 1 it 30 Engle cmBou1E Richard T. i olejf, Jr. 327 Garfield Avenu The Forrester Eaimily 5 43 Elton it and ane Francine and7Donna sszt w 55 New Cedgarianeggf 1 Franciscan HB3-thefsf Immff sr r 'ei The French Family 'ilii 18 Falmouth Road Compliments of ay d Compliments an d Complimlglifi Fi end Complim a Ef end A Friend Fuzz 702 Bojllevard Mr. Phi113gpiieKgA?uGarg0n T 2 '1 1fi A 1 6 Steiner Atventgeg Gaudi? ' 5' Ilku Park Street Infantinl me iix 1 H R, 5fee122225,,fsezsa.W?'i5i66'gig uw. . 6f,,6.,,666.fs 195,66 -atzerlfleksfariaa. 6 V W ff':if114126152555'52ifliiiiifsisffsfgfilij. , .. ,... ...x. . . .. X...,,,..,. Y. .,.C,, -,-, 6 f-.-, ,666,f.6f.6.6f2.5366ret... 6 6 66fl..6tf66.161,:t.,sl6f,.a.,66s ' f- -' it:Jerifff2261QtEs55af21e2e.226 nz 6: 61 1-6 6-:W1166a61,6:e66 Wa6.,g41 Patr ns Mr. and Mrs. JOSGPYI "Martin House" 4 Morris Avenue M 6666 66er 874 East Side Street 5 ROSCITIHYYT f 6 tttt 6 't 66 Maryanrfs Grandrnetheiiis 6 Ellwood Street et 6168 Hancock J D Ib?fme and ROY M Mr. and Mrs. pNieho1as.gggA..'1Nfassar1 622yAnderson J J k A. 141 Washington Streeti 5 1 .hrrriy and Sher ttt ttti . Mr- and Mrs- Orlando MaSrriP010 625 Edinburg Read 6 J Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mastripolo tttsst i 626 Edinburg Road 4 Mr- and Mra- Tlremas-SR. MCM31'lim0U s is tssst f. 6 1604 Seuth Br0aed1S11Zeef . ssrt Mr- and Mrs- Gabrrel Medsen at 66666t 432 Adeline Street 6 ' r Serra Mafzwua and Clem ' rs sstssts cure McMullen ttrss 6 trrrs 6 6 335 Edward Avenue. 6 Sr. Mr. and Mrs. George Mycoff f 6 6 see 23 S010ff Drive 6 . tL,t ....1 1?a6tricia Mycoif 6 esle 666 6 23 S010ffDr1ve 66666 f 666 6t6tt 1 .Richard and Barbara MYCOH6 666 66666 6 6 23530105 Drive Q tr1 r tse . iif res . Mr. and Mrs. Robert . . . 1660 Kaaerskfaad 6. Mr- and MTS' 841 Melrose 6 r Street S s The Nalbone J 6. Mrs. Edward it 140 Miller Street"Q'gQi.665.6,1.fel Street 6 51 Miss Ma1'Y Ellen Nerof and Mrs. Roland J. Krueger 1150 Deutz Avenue Elizabeth Avenue Dave Ninaltowski ohn Lally 117 Partridge Avenue Liberty Street Mr. and Mrs. Frank O?Gorman, Sr. Lamb - 357 Columbus Avenue Markffwain Drive Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O'Hare and Farnil '65 . h,i1 il, 1 550 Schiller Avenue., 6 6 Ellwood Street Miss Ann Orpen J. fgfjJ..gg6.Qf.fff5 and Mrs- Krrberf is 6 Rorklrfish DriY6ei6666i 5f?2ifi' ssr 66666 Ritimoli tnssEI 1 omtes 5 e . 6666 QC C18 UV? 5ii 6flf66 and Ann Bill one 'es ry 1 Walter A. 252 Steward Avenuesff Connecticut Avenue fff Mr. and Mrs. John Owens Leary ' 101 Beech Avenue 6 1, Drive Mrs. Mary Palinkas Lehman Chambers Street J 3411. South Cook Avenue Mr. and Mrs. JosephePapp, Jr. 6 Mart and Che 1 6 24 Colonial Avenue 6 H F17 sifillage Ddilfe J Mrs. Paterson and Caroline and Francis Leone Mr. and Mrs. Paterson, 6 09 Mgnmbuth Street 205 Turtle ,..6.' -6 62.1161 Mrs. John A. Mr. and Mrs..T.6Q6s1?aterson 6 66 rrrrr P 6102 N-'ilniaifhlaalrie 6 66 A 6 11 if saes ....... arty an 60 5 C 421 South 6 or Barry, Mark,JoA1rn,srandssBfian Street e i 66'. Pelletferi 6 .6 ' Logue 66 ' s6s' 335 Edwards Avenue, 6 Street 1 t sse Michael PC1056 and Mrs. Joseph Logue, Sr. J M38 Wlnidlnjg Misty 6 .1.frlr1 Ma Olia Lane aurice . err 1 r666 Kevin Ligue M3609 South Clinton Avenue ..6 1 .634 Ma olia Lane ie 361 PefI'0Heu2l Iigdlgue 66 rs...t 261 Greer Averwe Lane . . ..r. r.r.... The P1erem.Fam11Y 6 f 66666 66666 . - 6 6 ........ Mgsfpaulglle 66se 5 eden e .estr. .......... . mn In U'eef-1 6s6. 66r 2 5676? South Vauel' venue- s . if 64 Maple Shade Avenue Mrs- Harry Magee J ack Pollack 5 115 .Tyler Street . , . ... .V 64 Maple Shade Avenue J. Richard Pollard 421 Cuyler Avenue Angie Polonia J 59 HudsonQStreet Mr. and Polonia 59 HudsonStreet Mr. Robert Panfilli Tindall Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Steve Porada 1832 Greenwood Avenue Compliments of Herman Presser Emily Prihodak-. 6 1123 Adeline Street Ricky Prihoda 1123 Adeline Street Thomas E. Priory Bristol, Pa. Jack Ragazzo 633 Bruce Street Mr. and Mrsq Robert Rutan Dover , 6 S Mr. and,Mrs..Michae1 S. Repko 6466BeatfY.Sfreer Dr. F. Rosen Street Mrsg and Son 911 Hua14mris6treet Mr. andjMrs.fErnest Rudolph 120 Woodside Avenue John J. Russo Hamilton Square Julie Sabol 56 Elizabeth Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sabol 56 Elizabeth Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Salvatore 55 New Cedar Lane Mr. and Mrs..Frank Samonski 49 Heil Avenue Mr. Joseph J.. Saville 23 Pa6terson"'Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Scheideler Robinsville Mr. and Mrs. Anthony E. Sikorski 82 New Cedar Lane Maryann Sikorski 82 New Cedar Lane Pic. Michael J. Silorski '71 U.S.M.C6rtV Robert Simon 6 6 651 Franklin Street Skippy, Jerrygand Joey Conti 450 Avenue Mr. and Edward Sokolowski 729 .s6r 6 . 1 66rs ande6Mi?sffrNicholas J. Solimandofi 9336 Park66QAvenue 6 6 Mr. and..Mr'sf Homer Spair .J 1006 Chestnut Avenue . 5 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Von Spreckelsen 3 Elkshead Terrace Mrs. Mary Stercula 62 Harcourt Drive John A. Stanton Garfield Avenue Carmella Stanzi one 230 6B11U16:if?S1QITCCtp I-H5119 .666.6 r . 6 6 6 Sue? 6.l66 ff 830 pSouthfZBroad Street Mrs. Elaine Swain 624 Spruce Street Mr, and Mrs. Donald Sweeney 318 Dayton Street 7 Joseph Sweeney Lt. Col. QRet.j and Mrs. Wm. D. Sr. L.,. .. Whiteflzlorse John Tancreda N . 430 Elmer Street Mr. and Mrs.gJoseph Tarcza Adelrr.gei.Street jysifgjite. Teclfand Cheri 7 ' :D 36 Amsterdam Road." Mr..-and Mrs. ,Paul Tegzes .2 QiLierSeY1f.5iE3f?3-et . :11 . M A and Children Mrfand Mrs.'Stanley Thompson 50 Valley View Road 'liraselsef selyy - - 2009 South Clinton Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aaronson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Adams A331135 Mr.-and Mrs. Michael J. Agoes Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allen Mr. and Mrs. Edward Amburg Amoroso F1owerf'Shops 7115.1 Mrgiiiiid Mrs. Angelirii- Peter Antonuccio' Mr. Mrs. Walter Apgar Q Kathleen Babieeiff ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baker -Bahr V J , 5 . Bailiiira S iifli ?2f?l?T i tloo Mr. Mrs. Philip J. Barlow Base Sand Mariegg2Qe's Tomato Pies Koula Bafaloukos B sc B Deli - Amelia Bedeliaa- Mary and Brian7Bell Beth and Paul B612 -1 Bill and Fred Birk 'iff' ififiif-E Susan and Allenyj Brian - Frank Biz and Frank Capone Bordentown Motel , .,-yy Mr. and .,,- . Theresa .ff.fff-3 Broadway Record Center Debbie Broney Mrs. Marcella Brophy John Hnd'HC1f?43 .lifovak Raymond H. J. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Bryce Barbara Bublewicz . , MISS Kathy K .... .r. Q liiiffii. Naomi Buchanan Debbie iludgick The Butcher Shoppe Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Butera Marilyn Camba gg V Rose Cappuccio Paul Cardaciotto Paul and Olga Cardaciotto Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Carroll Carl'-Cathers ' , . Mrs, Ada Cattanii A A A Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cavanaugh William Celmer Mr. and Mrs. Trieste Cesaro Chico. and Friends i Chrissy, Darlenejand Marshinallows Good Wishes from Miss Christine Mr. Elmo Cicchetti Ciccone Kitchens Earlfg. Cilien toy.: J Josefilfr E. Comaftiyjr. .Pat fCoyleJ C.Y.O. Trelulisusanfranroli Anthonyilff. Tripodi 415 Elmer Street Mrs. Mary Trottoly 118 Better Avenue . Mr. and Mrs. J. Urban Mr. and Mrs. Alex Virok The Joseph Virok Family 1 623 Beatty Street at .... and' Mrs. Charles Walsliiifti f 17 Village Drive Mr. and Mrs. Donald Walsh 29 Iorio Drive J and Mrs. Tony'Wa1ter '- 78 Englewood Boulevard Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wereski .211 Barricklo Street andiiiglllrs. Walter Weyniian A Wrights town 7 .Commini Travel Agency and 111CS Cvmpanuffi . .fiiilf 'iiifloinnie aHdTPete ii" " 'C' Dominick M. Constantini Elizabeth C. Constantini Nicky Constantini J I v fgagohert Charles Constantini 7 aee.r A Camille and Shawn Conway Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Coppola .Zjfhe Crew from Ginofsg, C ifCuda andthe Weed ' Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Cullen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cunningham James T. Cunningham '72 V SusanLE.Cunningliazn- '71 "Stella Dallas J Jerry Danaso Mr. and Mrs. Matteo Dantuono 2Mr.kand Joseph VDeCell1s V M ,izliiee '.'.e f 1 s Densrenm so Mr. Richard: DeLuca 'ii iMr. and Mrs. Andrew Demko, Sr. Miss Eileen Demko J, J 1... Michael Dertouios - iMr. and Mrs. AndrewiDeVito Diane and Topper Mr. and Joseph DiCara DOH3.lQ.r.D1CkSOB.kk: Ly., - ii'Qiii,Ilifi?giQregory 1Si71Dickson ' 1'g?--'2'- e iMr. and Mrs. Thomas 'Dickson 'ttt-' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Diehl :Bolr DiFalco ' gjgjudith, Miglia, and Moose Dilialcg L . f f 'Carol DiMattia A ' Louis and Mary DiMattia Rita DiGiuseppe f and, Edward Dillon e 'T Ann Marie DiMarcello Mrs. Mae D. Dimun Mrs. Carla DiPietro .Thomas DiPietro and Mrs. Thomas Diveley MQQQVQL fMr. and Mrs. Thomas5N. Diveley John Doe Mrs. Francis Donnelly .Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Dooling A ,The Dobrqwolski Family "Ducklas" Dombrowski 7 Dreams-Formerly Jean Machine Annette Dudich Debbie Dybulak ,Sonia Dybulak i?eSusan Dybulak Fl Bob Dylan and Lin Nancy Edwards Electric Turd, Esq. . Sister M. Elvine y..... 'Mr. and R. Mr. and Mrs. John C. White Rosa Wildmanr 420 East Howell Street Mr. and Mrs. George Willever 3lfl Atlantic Avenue ., ...K ...C .5 ..L..,k, jriijwrlsony C Joanne Yaccarino Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Yanno, Jr. andiDaughters A ylgQ1rQWoodland Street Starileyi M. Zoltanski Mr. Ordog and Homeroom lA Miss. Hetling and Homeroom SB Mrsgjjoyce and Homeroom 3C Arlene and Homeroom 5C Miss' Rudolph and Homeroom llC Sister Cecilia Agnes and Homeroom lD and Homeroom 2D . and Homeroom 5D Mrs.iFirmant and Homeroom SD Mrs. RIB. Errickson F0fm3liEWef1f Joiilirin Missiliaraglia and Homeroom 7D Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Farley Mr.Jarid Mrs. John Farina Mrs.,Amy Faulkner Trii21i3li'awcettff? , , Frarileie Jane Ferguson Mrs. Joyce Firman Karen Fisher Mairfliishef Mrs.iPeter Fless- Franks Deli ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frascella I Afiiqld . . Cwaainmevrs Qf1ea.g.Fr1end 7 Coriifplilnents dEfaf?'Good Friend A Friend A Friend A - Menfsxfmbp as s Mryand Mrs. Robert J. Fone Mr. and Mrs. Geno Fonniroli f E- F0Eb?99k . . . . Gallagher 'e... . . 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