Valley Forge High School - Archive Yearbook (Parma Heights, OH)

 - Class of 1964

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MV . k if A M Mfg Qf ' c OM9,. 3 1 'E 1 L YYYY Y YYYY Y YY Y Y Y YYY ,YY Y YY Y YY Y YYY Y . , Y YYYYYYYYYY YY, YYY . TABLE OF CONTENTS ALMA MATER ....... ..... 4 INTRODUCTION ....... ..... 6 ACADEMICS .............. ...... 1 0 Superintendent, School Board .......... 12 Principal ............................ 13 Assistant Principal, Counselors .......... 14' Faculty ...................... ....... 1 5 Non-Teaching Personnel ..... ....... 2 8 ATHLETICS .......... ...... 3 0 Boys' ............. ....... 3 2 Girls' ............. ....... 48 SCHOOL LIFE ..... ....... 5 4 Student Life ....... ...... 5 6 Activities ........ ....... 7 0 STUDENTS .... ...... 1 10 Sophomores ........ ...... 1 12 Juniors .............. ...... 1 22 Seniors ................. ...... 1 32 FACULTY INDEX ................ 172 175 STUDENT INDEX ......... V ........ SENIOR ACTIVITIES INDEX ...las ACTIVITIES INDEX .............. 193 ARCHIVE STAFF .... ..... 1 94 .ALDM MATER Ours is a heritage Living from age to age. Help as thy honor bear Through all the years. The blue and white will be Uur bond of loyalty. Always we cherish thee, Valley Forge High. -M5 A W- qv .S .Ne 'igv X ,,..' , sts, 1 , f, , Describing oneis pride in being able to attend a specific school is often a difficultftask. The description is often -too easily obscured by the excitement of a game, the rush of the crowd to get to classes, and the pressure to complete homework. This pride, however, is perhaps best expressed by the words of the Alma Mater which was written by a member of this year's graduating class. By carefully reading the Alma Mater, we discover that the primary words are heritage, honor, loyalty and cherish. Considering these words, We find that these are the best ones to use when describing the thoughts and actions of Valley Forge students. Being a young school, perhaps we do not have the traditional heritage of older schools, but we do have the opportunity to establish a new heritage. Some traditions will be the same as those of older schools, but we shall also acquire new ones which will belong to VF alone. The traditions which we begin now will become a part of the heritage for those classes that follow us. In addition to the honor of being able to contribute to a new heritage, we also have the privilege of attending a space-age school which had been acclaimed by architects and educators throughout the United States. We realize this is a great honor, but we also realize that we cannot expect the building alone to bring us acclaim. We, as students and teachers, must be dynamic and strive to gain distinction. Already both students and teachers have gained honors for themselves and the school in the fields of science, English, and mathematics. Many older schools have taken much longer than three years to win these same honors. Our loyalty to VF is an unyielding one which shows itself in the enthusiasm which pene- trates the entire school. We show our loyalty to the Patriots by wearing the school colors on the day of a game and by enthusiastically supporting the team at the contest. How we cherish Valley Forge can be explained only in terms of memories. We will cherish the memories of the good times with our friends, the gaiety of the canteens, the splendor of the class dances and proms, the satisfaction of receiving a superior grade after long hours of study, and the excitement, sadness, and apprehension of graduation. Our pride in our school is a difficult thing to express verbally, but we students show it every day as we loyally strive to gain honors and establish a heritage which will always be a part of the memories of our cherished high school days WWE N WACQUAINTANCES, NEW CLAS SES,AND NEW Early in the year, Mr. Smith interrupts his daily schedule to greet sophomores. Valley Forge High School, through class- room, laboratory, and show experiences along with extra curricular activities, strives to en- able its students to acquire knowledge and understandings, to formulate worthwhile goals, to develop a sense of inquiry, and to think for themselves. All of this is done within the frame- work of our democratic heritage and way of life. Itl is our hope that the lives of our students will be both broadened and deepened as a result of their high school career and that they will take their places as effective citizens in our country. We sincerely wish personal happiness and a most worthwhile and rewarding future for our 1964- graduating seniors. David M. Smith Principal At graduation, the seniors are assembled for the final time as a group. 6 TE CHERS ADD TO OUR GROWING HERITAGE After a two-year period of growth, Valley Forge matured into an established high school. Sophomores provided new enthusiasm, the junior class eased into another year of high school life, and the seniors established prece- dents through their inherited leadership. A deeper sense of pride, a stronger school spirit, and a greater feeling of belonging per- vaded the entire student body. Continuing the customs and traditions handed down by the for- mer graduating class, the students worked to- gether as one harmonious community, deriving strength from the bond of friendship among the classes. From this community evolved all the facets of high school life that contribute to the pleasant and lasting memories of each student. f S s A X 1 A S 1 X. o X 1. f F , , y , A 2, QS X Q . tx ' X ' 1. w s ox 5 Q P 1 . et ' I -S H is Vw Y 3 ' P X X '. M' xx N -grass.-X Q gp x , Q.. is -.M-:six X R Q s - Q .- - ' f : - s f A s 3 .9 3 i 4 A A 1 Netter Ted Castor participates in just one of the many sports offered by Valley Forge. THE ANY F CETS OF SCHOOL LIFE E OKE With the world still dark, students descend from a bus to begin another school day. 8 Valley Forge High School stands deserted before the arrival of the ABOVE: In a biology lab, the class uses up-to-date equipment to discover the mysteries of microscopic life. LEFT: Students visit the library to find answers to their questions and to do research for term papers. A STRONG ALLEGIANCE TO ALLEY FORGE students. Hungry students find it hard to decide what to eat for lunch. A crowded gym gives evidence of loyal support of teams by VF students. 9 Ours is a heritage Living from age to Edge. X km. MM, QNNB, s ACADE ICS EXCELLE CE I EDUCATION IS THE GOAL t l 2 A'-ser rrfrrrr 'n be EEEE EEEEE r l l Constantly thinking about the future 1 and its dependence upon education, Superintendent Paul W. Briggs and the Board of Education strive to uphold the high standards of the Parma City School District. In order to meet educa- tional requirements of a rapidly expand- ing community, the Board launched many programs to both advance and expand Parma schools. In addition to school expansions and new school buildings, they developed such new programs of education as advanced placement courses, expanded language programs, and classroom television. Through efforts of Mr. Briggs and members of the Board of Education, Parma's School System has become one of the most advanced in Ohio. Mr. Paul W. Briggs Superintendent of Schools BOARD OF EDUCATION - STANDING: Mr. Thomas E. SEATED: Mrs. Robert K. Schuster, Mr. Robert W. Brown, Hudgeons, Jr., Mr. Norman W. Shibley, vice-president. .lf-SML Charles C-Chaf5H,.lr-,Df6Sid6HI- 1 2 p SET AND ACHIEVED BY THE ADMINISTRATION "Get Mr. Smith's permission," is a familiar statement at'Valley Forge, for Mr. David M. Smith must co-ordinate all major school activities. His aim is to provide Valley Forge students with academic, social, and athletic programs which serve to promote the customs, traditions, and high standards that are characteristic of a superior high school. After being graduated from Ohio State University with a Master of Arts degree, Mr. Smith first taught physics and chemistry at Parma Senior High School. He later became a guidance counselor at Parma Senior High, and assistant principal at Pleasant Valley Q Junior High. In 1959 Mr. Smith was appointed principal of Hillside Junior High School. He served in this capacity until 1961, when he came to Valley Forge High School. Under his guidance, the students of Valley Forge have seen it developed from an unfinished building in 1961 to the modern, well-ordered high school it is today. Mr. David M. Smith Principal Giving instructions to his secretary, Mrs. Hoelter, is part of Mr. Smith"s busy day. 13 STUDENTS PLAN VVITH COUNSELORS' ADVICE In executing his duties, Mr. David Laurenzi often found himself giving counsel to teachers, parents, and students in order to maintain a favorable attitude among everyone. In addition to assisting Mr. Smith to carry out the policies of the administration, the assistant principal was kept busy dealing with the discipline of students and supervising the attendance office. Mr. David Laurenzi Assistant Principal Mr. Richard Budris Mr. Raylnond George Miss Carolyn Hauser Chairman The counseling staff, headed by Mr. Raymond George, helped students to plan their programs. Counselors also supplied information about future vocations and colleges and were available to aid students with personal problems. Mrs. Eleanor Major Mr. Harry Wilcoxon 14 MUs1c A D ART no CULTURE T0 Mr. Bernard Specht Chairman Students in the art department gained valuable artistic skills as they became more adept at using their abilities and the modern facilities available in the art department. Using their knowledge of painting, per- spectiveu sculpture, sign painting, and mosaic construc- tion, art students created posters announcing school activities. Outstanding student art was displayed in the foyer opposite the auditorium as well as at the Parmatown Art Show, which was held during the spring. Mr. Bernard Specht served as chairman of the art department. .lim Thompson begins his mosaic for Art IV by cutting tile. Sue Ratzloff demonstrates her ability in musical arts. Developing student appreciation of music and helping pupils acquire techniques and skills for effective musical expression were the main objectives of the music department, headed by Mr. John Elliott. New this year were voice classes. In addition to the seven major concerts, the music groups completed a successful fruit cake sale and highlighted the year by attending the departmental formal dance held in February. l Mr. Robert Cowden Mr. John Elliott Mr. David Petrella Chairman 1 5 l EXCELLE CE IS DISPL YED I HOME EC Mrs. Minerva Alexander ,, .,"' it EE E . g "" N"' " .:.. .Qi ' xx ,,.. 'ul' ,.:: :V .rN,. I X-if ' X v - . i.'a.gRQ-i. x'1k - s' ' Q-X' Tzjigvt.- ' ::: 4 5,,.,,g1 - X"' C rss? 3 X X r rr me Miss Judith Sander Mrs. Gladys Taliak Chairman Barbara Jacobi and Patricia Hawran prepare a meal around the basic four. Valley Forge's home economics department, under the direction of Mrs. Gladys Taliak, had a variety of courses for students interested in the art of home- making. ln clothing classes the girls developed their sewing skills and became familiar with the funda- mentals of dress design, color, and texture. Their year was highlighted by a fashion show they presented for their parents at the end of the course. Foods classes gave students practical experience in meal planning and food preparation, while the home- making class provided instruction in home manage- ment and interior decoration. For seniors who were following the academic course of study, but who were interested in homemaking, a senior home economics course was offered. This class covered foods, cloth- ing, and general homemaking. These courses all provided excellent training for future homemakers. Girls learn to sew by patient practice. 1 6 FOREIGN LANGUAGES CHALLENGE STUDENTS Miss Mary Chambers Miss Thelma Kanaris Beginning classes of French, Spanish and German were taught by the audio-lingual method which helped students in the foreign language department to improve their pro- nunciation. While these students were learning the fundamentals, the advanced classes participated in outside activities to broaden their knowledge of a particular language. The members of the third year Russian class attended a showing of "War and Peace," and fourth year French students visited a restau- rant specializing in French food. The chairman of this department was Mr. Francis Germane. Mr. F Miss Lynne Grathwol Mr. Robert Reitz Mrs. Gail Wagner , 2 S 2 X Latin students, Carol Lohman and Karen Weber, enjoy a skit depicting Roman life 17 ENGLISH STUDIES SERVE AS A PREPARATORY .M Miss Lmda Callan Miss Judith Crockett Mr. Richard Curren Mr, Thomas Dunford Chairman Mrs Edith Foland Miss Barbara Grieder Mrs. Margaret Hall Miss Donna Hitt Miss Valerie Konzen Throughout his three years at Valley Forge, the VF student studied English. As a sophomore member of a basic, regular, or honors English class, he concen- trated mainly upon learning to express himself more clearly and correctly in both speaking and writing. The tenth grade courses also provided a firm literary foun- dation through a consideration of the literature of the world. The junioryear found grammar being progressively de-emphasized as the student explored the feelings of his own countrymen more deeply through the prose, poetry, and plays of past and present Americans. As a senior, the VF student discovered that he could choose college prepara- tory English or English IV. During this year, he employed all the skills of reading, writing, and interpretation that he had been taught, as he read and considered the aspects of English literature. The English department, under the leadership of Mr. Thomas Dunford, also included journalism, dramatics, speech, and debate classes. Departmental activities included the production of the school newspaper, the Battlecryg the literary magazine, the Anvil, and the yearbook, the Archive. COURSE FOR BOTH COLLEGE AND LIFE Mrs. Gloria Kopen Miss Lillian Korba Mrs. Jacquelyn Mayer Miss Vivian Mueller 3, S Mr. Lawrence Orosz Mr. Edward Potokar Mrs, Sally Schroeder Miss Janice Viseomi Mr. Jerry Younger Correcting and grading senior English themes, the composition aids, Mrs. Kay Hoying and Mrs. Irene Shestina, lighten the burden of the senior English teachers. I 19 SOCI L STUDIES PRE E T DET ILED Mr. Joe Carlo Mr. Donald Dinsmore Miss Carole Gardner Mr. David Grodhaus Chairman ' v Miss Carolyn Hessert Mr. Dinsmore talks to U. S. history students about the VF Freedom Shrine. Miss Daria Holubec PICTURE OF THE PAST A D THE PRESENT Miss Sandra Kovach Mr. Vern Kraushaar To aid the student to take his place in society, the social studies department, headed by Mr. David Grodhaus, had the responsibility of introducing the student to all phases of human behavior and all forms of social organization. Honors classes were available in world history, while both honors and basic courses were offered in U. S. history and government. Courses in sociology, the study of motives behindsocial and family problems, economics, the study of man's financial position in society, and current problems, the issues of man today, offered the pupils a challenge to investigate the back- ground and life of human beings. ln order to provide a more suitable academic program, all social science courses are in the process of being reorganized and new subjects, including a program of advanced placement in U. S. history, will be of- fered next year. Mr. Thomas Malone Mr. Robert Mueller Miss Lucille Shillat Miss Margie Smith Mrs. Nancy Volpe OUR SPACE-AGE SCHOOL HAS SPACE-AGE Mr. Michael Barrick Mr. Paul Kirby Mr. Robert Parilla Mr. James Pike Sue Meeth puzzles over the complexities of physics. The science department, headed by Mr. William Schreiner, offered four advanced courses to qualified science students this year. In addition to the already familiar CBA chemistry and PSSC physics, CHEM- study, a new concept in teaching chemistry with the emphasis on laboratory work, was offered for the first time this year. Science topics, the most advanced science course at Valley Forge, was offered to seniors who excelled in other science courses. Students who studied science this year were offered outstanding and excellent lab facilities which included one of the few high school planetariums in the state. Mr. William Schreiner Miss Anna jean Slater Mr. Donald Strater Mr. john Uhlin Chairman ' 22- MATHEMATICAL AND SCIE TIFIC PROGRAMS Miss Doris Allen Mr. Louis Buchanan Mr. Kenneth Buser Mr. Loren Castor As a part of a space-age school, the mathematics department, headed by Mr. Loren Castor, offered courses which pre- pared students for the technological voca- tions of the space age. Some of these courses were four courses in algebra that developed the modern study of quantities, three courses in geometry that studied the problems re- lated with angles, surfaces, and solids, as well as a course in trigonometry which treat- ed the relationship between angles and sides of triangles. The most progressive course offered was advanced topics, which was a preparatory course for calculus. Mr. David Kaiser Mr. Walter Schlemmer Chairman 1 i I i Concentric circles and right angles are all part of plane geometry as explained by Sharon Bush and .lim Horvath. Mrs. Katherine Szmagala Miss Christine :xc Q x f lx , C, 23 INDUSTRI L RTS PRO IDE MAN Mr. R0ll8ld Calabria Mr. Virgil Cqcklin Mr. Donald Criffing Mr. Carl Grolle Mr. Jack ,lisa Mr. Robert Jones Mr. Robert Kovacs Chairman Industrial Education students are taught the fundamentals of electronics by their instructor, Mr. CarlGro1le. 24 The department of industrial education, headed by Mr. Robert Jones, offered two courses of study to the students interested in industrial education. The technical courses included the study of drafting, graphic arts, woodworking, general metals, electricity- electronics, and transportation mechanics. These courses were designed to prepare students for working in an ever-changing so- ciety. The vocational courses offered were printing, electronics, and machine shop, which prepared students for work as skilled craftsmen. One of the most popular courses offered by the industrial education depart- ment was driver education. The newest course offered by the department was dis- tributive education, which enabled students to get actual work experience in their chosen fields. This was the only such course of- fered in the Cleveland area. PROJECTS FOR I TERESTED T DENTS Jerry Smith makes practical use of his knowledge in mechanics. Mr. William Kuttlcr Mr. Lowell McCullough Mr. Edward Montgomery Mr, Steve Rudo Mr. Audus Bunyan Mr. Max Schindler Mr. James Van Dervort GYM CLASSES PRO IDE HE LTHF L F Miss Barbara Adams Mr. John Broski Mr. James Fritzsche Chairman Mrs. Joan Orford Mr. Stan Parrish Mr. Glenn Prenslng Mr. Robert Randow Miss Mary Beth Mrs. Marsha Wadd Field hockey and speed ball were two sports added to the physical education pro- gram last year. Another first in the depart- ment was tenth period athletics. This class gave boys playing on varsity and junior var- sity teams the opportunity to practice their particular sport during the entire year without missing any classes. The girls' program consisted of a variety of activities including modern dance and apparatus. Comparable to the boys' varsity sports was the girls' intramural program. These activities improved the already meritorious standards of the department headed by Mr. James Fritzsche. 26 Stonebraker ...awmsm 'N The "bullie" of field hockey intrigues Noreen Abookire and Kathy Maier 1n their gym class. BUSINESS ED CATIO Mrs. Mary Ann Buynacek Mrs. Helen Chase Miss Donna Kauntz Mrs. Barbara Krueger Mr. David Straight Miss Barbara Topolski Chairman This year's seniors in the clerical and secretarial courses were the first group to complete courses in the revised and improved training programs of the business department, headed by Mr. David W. Straight. Future secretaries and bookkeepers had-4 excellent opportunities to learn the many duties that will be required of them in their future employment. Dictation and transcription, a double period course, was a combination of Shorthand II, Typing III, and secretarial practice. Clerical office practice combined with the use of modern office machines was offered in a single course called office practice and machines. These courses were of great value because they served to prepare students to enter the business world upon graduation from high school. TRAIN S YOUNG EXEC Miss Rita Geroski Miss Ruth Kadow Mr. Kenneth Noetzel Mr. James Shipman One of the many typing classes follow the instruction of Miss Geroski. 27 CORDI L EFFICIE CY CHARACTERIZES Mrs. Thelma Knerr Librarian Mrs. Ann Arlnbruster Mrs. Jean Tulloch Clerical Assistant Clerical Assistant The school library, center of Valley Forge's academic life, was efficiently managed by Mrs. Thelma Knerr, school librarian. Throughout the year many students received aid from Mrs. Knerr and the assistant librarians, Miss Carole Gardner and Mrs. Sally Schroeder. They were always at the students' service, teaching' them library skills and helping them find books for reading enjoyment or assignments. The clerical assistants, Mrs. Ann Armbruster, and Mrs. Jean Tulloch, helped to keep the library functioning smoothly by signing out the books and doing the typing for the library. Mrs. Rita Baird Miss Mary Ann Cygan Miss Gardner and Mrs. Schroeder, teachers, also work in the library. Working permits, college transcripts, student registrations, school insurance claims, and with- drawals were a few of the many things handled in the main office. These and many other jobs kept Mrs. Ethel Hoelter, secretary to Mr. Smith, and Mrs. Ruth Lukascko, secretary to Mr. Laurenzi, busy throughout the year. In the attendance office, Mrs. Rita Baird and Miss Mary Ann Cygan were kept busy handling tardy and absence excuses, attendance records, parking perflnits, flash cards, IBM schedule cards, and report car s. Mrs. Ethel Hoelter Mrs. Ruth Lukacsko Clerk Clerk ' Secretary Secretary 28 THE ORK OF F PERSONNEL Cooking and serving lunch to VF's hungry students and faculty kept the cafeteria staff busy. These ladies, under the direction of Mrs. Victoria Weiss, also prepared the food for the banquets and dinners held in the cafeteria throughout the year. Keeping the school warm, clearing snow from the walks, replacing light bulbs, and keeping the milk and ice cream machines filled were just a few of the responsibilities of the cus- todial staff under the supervision of Mr. William Sanders. Giving sight and hearing tests and caring for ill and injured students were the principal duties of the nurse, Mrs. Shirley Maloch. Mrs. Shirley Maloch Nurse CUSTODIANS: Mr. Elmer Eiben, Mr. Daniel Montville, Mr. Clement Wolf, Mr. Steve Zydiak, Mr. William Sanders. . 5 1 3 x xg 2 Q :S .S . .L S . gs ' ax , SS: M Q X X. X -xx Ex Q, gg S: A X :gsarrsis :': E ' CAFETERIA STAFF: Mrs. Vicky Weiss, Manager, Mrs. Margaret Kuhns, Mrs. Elizabeth Ornas, Mrs. Ann Kevast, Mrs. Mary Kish, Mrs. Ann Valore, Mrs. Marie Drake, Mrs. Eleanore Jablonski, Mrs. Margaret Hoban, Mrs. Caroline Bender, Mrs. Alexandria Bertonaschi, Mrs. Helen Cook, Mrs. Leonce Veld, Mrs. Rosemary Rosh, Mrs. Gladys Kulczyski, Mrs. Helen Rubins. NOT PICTURED: Mrs. J une Miller, Mrs. Mary Chervenko. help us thy honor bear through all the years. W ATHLETICS -' IEW VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW: DiAngelo, Buchholz, Preston, Sency, Mucha, Parrish, Caravona, Smith, Nowak, Latimer, Speck, Juratovac, Manager Skotko. SECOND ROW: Coach Calabria, Coach Ramlow, Manager Stuchlak, Fenda, Doskocil, Furman, Zavotka, Makoski, Varabkanich, Dagata, Loebs, Mellis, Palange, Coach Carlo, Coach Parrish, Coach Fritzsche. THIRD ROW: Manager Mikulas, Stasiak, Lovelady, Bolenski, Stahlberg, Fackler, Scheutzow, Kencson, Pigott, Witkow- ski, Guska, Musheno, Kroupa, Polski, Manager Huge. FOURTH ROW: Yurcheshen, Mayer, Petrus, Kircher, Kunz, Johnson, Bunk, Biller, Kijanko, Dornbrook, Ference, Bourquin, Zaremha, Manager Carmichael. P TRIOTS FINISH SECO D 1 LEL WE THEY 20 Willoughby South 16 14 Berea 0 12 Benedictine 12 12 Lakewood 20 19 Parma 12 12 Brush 0 6 Shaw 24 16 Cleveland Heights 6 6 Euclid I 0 22 Shaker 6 32 Beginning practice in the middle of August, the Patriots worked to mold the various team members into a unit. After testing their new offense in scrimmages against Admiral King and St. Joseph, the Patriots were ready for their first game. Traveling to Willoughby South, the team played a fine first half but received a scare when Willoughby roared back to pull within four points of the Patriots. The game ended with the score 20-16. Spirits high, the team rolled over Berea with a score of 14-0 in their second game. Benedictine, the third gams, proved to be one of the Patriots' best played games of the season as the teams battled to a 12-12 tie. In contention for the LEL crown, the Patriots saw their hopes for an unde- feated season vanish as Lakewood played outstanding football to win 20- 12. The team then reached the emotional high point of the season in a 19-12 victory over the Redmen of Parma. Coming back, they defeated Brush 12-0. In the next game against Shaw, the Patriots played their poorest game of the season, losing 24-6. Against a strong Euclid team, the Patriots played good football in the mud to win, 6-0. The next week the Patriots beat Cleveland Heights 16-6. In the final game of the season, the Patriots beat a young Shaker Heights team 22-6 to finish the season tied for second in the LEL and ranked among the top ten teams in the city. 4. Coaches James F ritzsche and Robert Ramlow instruct Charlie Specht. VF hits hard on defense. The Patriot line develops its technique. I VF 's hard hitting line opens another hole. Mike Yurcheshen hauls in another pass CROSS COUNTRY BOTTOM ROW: Al Martens Bob Reich- elt, Terry Emmons, Toni Hren, George Dietz, Rick Steinfadt, Gerry Fitch, Jim Haug, Rich Pamer, Jeff Grady, Gene Zayac. SECOND ROW: Don Kispert, Scott Hill, Frank Sandusky, Bill Burhoe, Bill Bloom, Paul Retsch, Bill Flowers, Ed Flegel, Al Graham, Dennis Kabasan. THIRD ROW: James Geiger, Jerry Johnson, Wayne Blabolil, Bob Taylor, Tom Higgins, Jim Charvat, Jim Dalessandro. Dave Haburchak, John Konecsni, Tom Rea, Jim Savarda, Coach Mindek. t DEFEATED I-IARRIERS WI THE LEL CROW Ample potential, a year's experience, expert coach- ing, and the will to win, all contributed to Valley Forge's first LEL championship in cross country. Living up to pre-season predictions, the undefeated Patriots com- piled a season's record of eight dual meet victories. As the season progressed, each additional victory brought the team closer to the title and a perfect record. Through- out the season the team traveled to many major meets at .Q . .Q ,.,. .,,,,..,. The LEL champs warm up before a meet. 34 which they made a reputable showing. The Bowling Green Invitational at Bowling Green University was one of the biggest in this area of the country. At the invita- tional the cross country team placed eighth in a field of fifty-one teams from three states and Canada. Finishing the season, junior Rick Steinfadt, undefeated in this year's meets, placed third in the individual state championship. Captain Rick Steinfadt leads the spirited team in a workout. James Riha. NETTERS 1MPRovE IN SECOND SEAS S N The Valley Forge tennis team had a successful 1963 LEL spring season by placing third after a diffi- cult schedule of matches. In its second year of LEL competition, the 1963 team was coached by Mr. James Riha to a greatly improved 4- win and 3 loss record. In the big LEL Tournament in October, Valley Forge placed its first doubles team in the finals for Terry Spengler displays a forehand shot. the second straight year. This year's duo was Terry Spengler and Don Haberkost. In the spring of this year, the tennis team played a full schedule, including many independent matches to prepare them for the 1964 LEL season. Expectations are high for next year with four of the seven starters returning. Dave Bohmer hits his hard service. 3 5 TENNIS TEAM BOTTOM ROW: D. Rodgers, D. Stelz, R. Veverka, P. Ongert, A. Walters. SECOND ROW: T. Castor, D. Bohmer, T. Spengler, D. Haberkost, Coach BASKETBALL TEAM Manager J- Briggs, S- P3ffiSh, M. Yurcheshen, T. Castor, D. Nowak, D. Rodgers, Man- B. Bourqum, D. Caravona, D. Kencson, G. Miller, T. Biller, ager E, Mikulas, Coach John Broski, R. Poczebut, T, Kjjankg, T. Spengler, CAGERS RANK HIGH IN SECOND SEASON John Marshall Parma Shaw Cleveland Heights Salem Lakewood Brush Shaker Heights Garfield Euclid Parma Shaw Cleveland Heights Midpark Lakewood Brush Shaker Heights Euclid THEY 81 47 73 57 54 60 42 69 48 42 68 78 75 51 73 58 73 63 The Patroit cagers met with stiff competition in the most important games to finish in a respectable third place. Junior Dave Kencson and senior Don Caravona battled the entire season for team scoring honors. Dave Kencson finished ahead of his team mate and also placed among the top five scorers in the LEL. Some of the most exciting nights during the season were the first victory over Parma, the upset of Lakewood, and Don Caravona's school rec- ord-breaking 31 points in the Shaker Heights game fol- lowed by Dave Kencson's 34 points against Mid- park later in the season. The Patriots worked to a six game winning streak in the middle of the season to put them within reach of first place, but successive defeats by Parma and Shaw virtually eliminated the team from the title race. Although Coach John Broski lost four starting players, he expects another suc- cessful season next year with members from the winning JV teams advancing to the varsity level. WRESTLING TEAM BOTTOM ROW: F. Simcic, L. Lade, J. Charvat, G. Buchholz, J. Thompson. SECOND ROW: R. Cooper, C. Stasiak, R. John- son, B. Kerlin, T. Cahal, D. Preston. UNDEFEATED GRAPPLERS CAPTURE LEL TITLE WE 29 St. Edward 415 West 26 St. Joseph 30 Shaker 32 Midpark 22 Euclid 27 Parma 25 Cleveland Heights 23 Lakewood 19 Brush 4-1 Shaw THEY After achieving a surprising second place stand- ing in the LEL last year, the Patriot wrestling team fought hard and finished in first place this season. The highlight of the year was the defeat of Euclid, who had been undefeated in LEL competition for the past seven years. The Patriots continued their winning streak by taking first place in the Bay Village, Brecksville, and Warrensville Tournaments. Although the team will he losing outstanding seniors Larry Lade, Roger Johnson, Jim Thompson, Bill Kerlin, Gene Stasiak, and Dave Preston, Mr. Steve Rudo still has high hopes for another successful season next year because there will be six returning lettermen. . Jim Charvat works for a pin while the referee carefully watches the match. 58 BOWLING TEAM: Dan Urban, Tom Mernone, Chuck Scavone, Earl Graham, Don Kott, Rich Joines. NOT PICTURED: Larry Eby, Mike 6 rnm, Harkolovich. KEGLERS BOWL TO HIGH LEAGUE STANDING This year's bowling team, led by Captain Earl Graham with a 186 pin average and Dan Urban with a 178 pin average, placed well for the second year in a row. Coached by Mr. William Kuttler, the team finished in the upper half of the league standings. A highlight of the season was Earl Graham's 289 game in a 669 series. Coach Kuttler watches Chuck Scavone and Earl Graham bowl. ' 59 TRACK TEAM BOTTOM ROW: A. Balij, J. Haug, G. Marin- elli, B. Truscello, H. Speck, F. Sandusky, B. Minto, D. Ralls, G. Dietz. SECOND ROW: M. Wolf, B. Goetz, F. Karberg, C. Reichheld, D. Kispert, T. Hren, J. Grady, R. Taylor, J. Hnat. THIRD ROW: W. Pergl, T. Zubko, R. Mucha, L. Selivaniv, C. Speck, G. Barylski, R. Steinfadt, A. Trammel, D. Lovelady, D. Bogus, B. Ressler. FOURTH ROW: T. Higgins, E. Wallen, G. Badziong, P. Ulasuk, J. Jankura, J. Pruehs, S. Pigott, E. Kunz, J. Bonk, E. Zaremba. CINDER EN STRI E FOR SUCCESSFUL SEAS N "To your marks! Cet set! Col" These were the words that set the Valley Forge track team off to a successful season last year. The team, with Mr. Stan Parrish as head coach, proved by its final record that the indoor winter workouts were of great advan- tage in preparing for a highly competitive outdoor season. During the indoor season the team defeated Berea, Midpark, and Brooklyng placed fourth in the St. Joseph lnvitationalg and scored two and one half points in the Cleveland Indoor Meet. Highlights of the outdoor season were a third place standing in the Rocky River Relays in which sixteen teams were entered and fifth places in the Berea and Mentor Relays with twenty-four and seven- teen teams entered respectively. The distance runners were coached by Mr. Parrish, the sprinters by Mr. Robert Ramlow, and the field event men by Mr. Joe Carlo. Although it was only VF's first year of LEL competition, there were many victories, including the defeat of Parma, 741 to 35. l , ,W Jim Jankuraqpractices his starts. Ed Zaremba puts the shot. 40 BASEBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Madey, Sears, Butcher, Mellis, Spangler, Guska, Musheno, Trainor, Mayer, Manager Plechaty, Savarda, Hartlieb, Taylor, Kloos, Manager Jackson. Mikulas, Coach Rudo. P TRIOT S FINISH RESPECTABLY IN THE LEL Like all other varsity teams of the 1962-1963 ath- competition, and a 9 and 12 season's record against letic season, the baseball team was composed mainly some of the best teams in the state. With nine return- of juniors. Even though the team lacked experience, ing players, Mr. Steven Rudo, the head coach, expects it achieved a 6 win and 8 loss record in tough LEL an improved LEL record in the 1964- season. 3 . Catcher Dick Nowak throws to second base. Pitcher John Guska exhibits his pitching form. A A 41 GOLF TEAM BOTTOM ROW: H. Meyer, C. Scavone, D. Corley, R. Bademan. SECOND ROW: B. Such, R. Van Treuren, C. Chilcot. GOLFERS DRI E FOR THE LEAGUE TITLE Swinging into its first year in Lake Erie League competition, the Valley Forge golf team placed third during the 1963 spring season. Coached by Mr. James Fritzsche, the twelve team members had fifteen matches during the two-month season. In the state district competition the team placed sixth in a field of sixteen teams. Dan Corley practices his swing. 42 Lakewood, Rocky River, Shaw, Cleveland Heights, and Brecksville, all played host to defeat as the Valley Forge team was victorious time and again. The team finished the season with a 7 win and 6 loss record. Dan Corley tees up in the off season. Larry Selivaniv and George Durand wait for the referee's whistle to start the match. I TR ALS - HE The intramural program at Valley Forge this year was designed to encourage boys to participate in physical activity as part of the educational process. Directing boys' intramurals was Mr. Glenn Preising, who attempted to provide as broad a program of intra- The 'Academics' battle for a rebound in an intramural basketball game. ' LTHF L RECRE TIO murals as possible. Trophies were awarded to members 'of the championship teams in basketball and foul shooting, bowling, touch football, golf, softball, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, skiing, pentathlon, and swimming. E ., '1 ' Q 11 'wa . ., 155--3 .'.s,1s '- if Beit '11 'vas' , as 5 2 Tom Arnold participates in the foul shooting contest. 43 JV FOOTB LL, BASKETB LL, AND WRESTLING The junior varsity football team, coached by Mr. Glenn Preising, Mr. Jerry Younger, and Mr. Louis Cangelosi, finished with an excellent record of six wins, one tie, and two losses to tie for first place in the Lake Erie League standings. The football team managed to further the winning streak of the previous JV team to ten games, but the string was broken when the Garfield Heights team defeated the JV's 28 to 24-. The junior Patriots suffered only one loss in league games to a strong Cleveland Heights team, thus preventing them from being the undisputed champions. The winning spirit was also evident in the winter sport season as the JV basketball team worked their way to a winning year. Coach James Riha molded his team into a unit which won many close and exciting games. For the second year in a row, the junior cagers finished near the top in the league standings. Sparked by Coach John Ruper, the JV wrestlers continued the winning success of the other junior varsity teams. Winning the majority of their matches, they were in contention for the league crown during most of the season. JV FOOTBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Manager E. Moore Pete Sturdevant, J. Thompson, Pat Sturdevant, M. Star, M. Rust J. Barbarrota, P. Wing, B. McCleave, G. Marzola, J. Basehore R. Martin. SECOND ROW: Coach Glenn Preising, A. Kapustar: P Heidenreich, P O'Toole, G Rodgers, B Auvil, M Textoris ROW: Coach Lou Cangelosi, Coach Thomas Malone, J. Pogen- dorf, M. Pagnan, W. Yurcheshen, B. Raymond, C. Gainey, R. Cooper, G. Perram, W. Makoski, B. Gibson, G. Smeale. FOURTH ROW: Coach Jerry Younger, A. Redick, E. Csire, B. Rebar, R. Adams, D. Schenek, G. Malek, G. Meyer, L. Voglein, W. Calaway, J .J Drago, J. Gartnian, J. Downing, Manager OT. Mikulas. THIRD E. Shorts, M. Mlecik. 44 TEAMS MAINTAIN THE WTNN NG J V RECORD JV BASKETBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW: J. Petitto, B. W. Yurcheshen, B. Peters, M. Malek, C. Conover, Manager T. Fricker, R. Adams, S. Ziats, J. Thompson, G. Smeal, R. Speck. Mikulas. SECOND ROW: Coach James Riha, A. Kapustar, L. Voglein, i 1 C a. JV WRESTLING TEAM BOTTOM ROW: P. man, P. Sturdevant, W. Zavotka, R. Hilfer, B. Mc- Caufield, D. Rusnak, G. Martinez, R. Baird, M. Rust, Cleave, B. Cainey. , G. Sefl. SECOND ROW: P. Heidenreich, W. White- 45 LEFT: Chris Conover drives in for a lay-up. ABOVE: A JV hauls in a pass for a good gain in yardage Mike Rust works for a pin. BOYS LEADERS BOTTOM ROW: Musheno, Hartley, Fieg- land, Kunz, Latimer, Bourquin. Loebs, Michaud. SECOND ROW: Bonk, Zavotka., Stuchlak, Haller, Sency, Taylor, Niro. THIRD ROW: Santner, Huge, Kerlin, Polski, Varabkanich, Arnold. BOYS LE DERS EXPERIE CE BY SERVING The Boys Leaders Club, advised by Mr. James F ritzsche, performed many services for the boys' physical education program during the 1963-1964 school year. The duties of the club members included leading the gym class in calisthenics, instructing any student who had difficulty with a particular sport, officiating during both the gym periods and the intramural seasons, Ron Sency demonstrates a lay-up for Rich Menear. and performing the various tasks asked of them by the teachers. To increase their treasury, the club sponsored a car wash and sold school sweatshirts in the fall. The officers of the club were Guy Latimer, presidentg Bill Bourquin, vice-president, and Rick Kunz, secretary- treasurer. Jim Savarda and Jim Taylor lead the class in calisthenics. 47 GIRLS' SPORTS Some VF girls enjoy building a somewhat shaky pyramid in gym class. In order to provide for the release of the youthful enthusiasm of VF girls, the girls' physi- cal education department offered a wide range of activities. In the bi-weekly required classes, the noises were an indication of the numerous activi- ties. The wild screaming during a cage ball game or the silent thud of a graceful body executing a tumbling skill were just two familiar sounds. In these classes, the development of individual skills was stressed. For the spirit of a team and more com- petition, girls were urged to participate in the intramural program. In this program, the girls developed skills in the sports of their choice while participating in the after-school games and activities. Girls who became expert in their skills were able to bring honor to them- selves, their teams, and their school. The Leaders ofiiciate an exciting game of cageball. A4 8 GIRLS LE DERS LE R HILE SERVING GIRLS LEADERS BOTTOM ROW: Bonnie Havel, Sue Meeth, Jan With, Mel Wengrin, Pat Basista, Bev Odell, Carol Bowker, Eileen Musolf, Sharon Watts, Georganne Amon, Sandi Behringer, Cheryl Mackulin, Donna Griesbach, Jean Santner, Paulette Birth, Carol Cooper. SECOND ROW: Sandy Benson, Kathi Schwan, Georgene Tachuk, Judy Uhinck, Jeanne Downs, Physical fitness, leadership ability, and an ample amount of spare time were pre- requisites for members of Girls Leaders Club. In addition to aiding gym classes, these energetic girls sponsored the Twirp Dance, attended Play Days at other high schools, gave gifts to a needy family at GIRLS LEADERS OFFICERS - Marsha Reissg Sherry Watts, Miss Adams, adviser, Sandy Benson, Sue Pecorag Janis Houck. Deanna Swalley, Linda Toth, Cindy Arndt, Karen Thompson Sheryl Nash, Janis Houck, Judy Erikson, Gwen Miller Sharon Burke, Walene Staab. THIRD ROW: Jean Zehnder Marsha Reiss, Nancy Kason, Lynda Stepanek, Beverly Ewan Carol Greenberg, Kiaran O'Brien, Linda F ahrland, Pat Offtermatt Judy Zulauf, Linda Kluth, Sue Pecora, Barb Kent. Christmas, and participated in VF's Spring Carnival. The club held a program for out- going senior members and inducted new officers during a camping trip in the spring. Miss Barbara Adams served as the faculty adviser. VF students enjoy a successful Twirp dance sponsored by the Girls Leaders. MANY GIRLS PARTICIP TE IN A VARIETY SPORTHEADS BOTTOM ROW: Peg Hinrich, Jeanne Nes- bit, Pam Monachino, Deanna Swalley, Kathy Schultz, Pat Hart- line, Sharon Roush, Sharon Johnson. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Miller, Karen Kruk, Judi Lessing, .lanet Trytek. Linda Zaccaro, Interest and ability in intramural sports charac- terized the busy girls known as sportheads. Primarily a service organization, the sportheads received extra points toward intramural letters. Chosen the previous spring, sportheads were required to join the Officials' Club. Passing grades on periodic tests relating to the current activity were another requirement for re- maining in the club. Linda Toth, Nancy Bucher, Walene Staab, Sandi Behringer, Claudia Doering. THIRD-ROW: Kiaran O'Brien, Karen Thomp- son, Annell Beviel, Linda Iquth, Shirley Manchek, Carol Green- berg, Karen Steppke, Lorra Rose, Marsha Reiss, Gayle Jenkins. There were usually four to six sportheads for each team sport and two for each individual sport. They helped their adviser, Miss Mary Beth Stone- braker, and other teachers to coordinate the intra- mural program. Among the numerous responsibilities of the sportheads were officiating team sports and keeping records of team standings and averages. OFFICIALS CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Sutton, Pam Monachino, Claudia Doering, Sharon Johnson, Linda Toth, Cindy Arndt, Linda Zaccaro, Linda Deacon, Peg Hinrich, Pat Hartline, Janet Trytek, Jan Ryan. SECOND ROW: Jeanne Nesbit, Barb Kurtz, Karen Wheeler, Barb Christman, Nancy Bucher, Kathie Dobro, Judi Lessing, Karen Thompson, Carol Kuhn, Kathy Schultz, 5 O D Chris Thomas, Edelgard Bopple, Walene Staab, Linda Weiler, Kathi Riley. THIRD ROW: Karen Kruk, Carole Garofalo, Marsha Reiss, Paula Sanyi, Karen Steppke, Linda Kluth, Carol Green- berg, Judy Toetz, Shirley Manchek, Barbara Foster, Annell lgeuiial, Joyce Karbon, Carolyn Carretta, Sharon Roush, Deanna w ey. mmm: f- vi A M. -N, Q N .www mwwxzw- AQ Ammwwwsnmmxm xx Q Nwx : ' Y- ....., :rv-V ,,,,,, :,z ....,xx. : H-rmhwwmaww. mmaw-www wc.-vf44,':ff 1- A X iw, w wmmu VV, qv W.: xx-x ,awww V- nmmfw . THE CHEERLEADERS ENTHUSIASTICALLY 1.-wi NX r, 3 S: N' VFH FIGHT Gerri Galdun Sandy Benson Cheryl Stefanik Kathi Schwan Sharon Bllfke Sharon Burke and Sue Meeth cheer enthusiastically. 52 Energetic cheerleaders did much to promote school spirit and to arouse enthusiasm at games and pep rallies throughout the year. F aculty' advisers, Mrs. Marsha Wadd and Miss Sandra Kovach, were proud of the work done by the girls who practiced twice a week during the summer and school year, sold shakers and balloons at football games, and sponsored a dance in January. The officers, chosen from the varsity members, were Bonnie Havel, presidentg Kathi Schwan, vice-presidentg Georganne Amon, secretary, Sharon Burke, treasurer, and Barb Kent, publicity chairman. Duties of the junior varsity squad were slightly different from those of the varsity. The six members of the JV squad cheered at home JV games and sold programs at the varsity games. The ten-member varsity squad followed the Patriots to both home and away contests. ln the spring, varsity members conducted clinics from which new cheerleaders were chosen. SUPPORT THE PATRIOTS AT ALL GAMES PFW iw Barb Kent Sue Carpenter Georganne Amon Sue Meeth Bonnie Havel l 5 L N CHEERLEADERS BOTTOM ROW: Nancv Galdun, , Charlene Myfgrs' SECOND ROW: Sue Amdt, Jean Hulec' The junior varsity cheerleaders cheer with the crowd Melanie Radhck, Karen Spanagel. The blue and white will be Our bond of loyalty. SCHOOL LIFE STUDE T LIFE n Jeanne Nesbit finds quiet solitude on the stairs. For members of Valley Forge High School, student life was a combination of all phases of school life. Between the hours of eight in the morning and three-forty in the afternoon, the student's time was occupied by the academics. To balance the scholastic activity, the student participated in many extra-curricular activities. If he was not a member of an athletic team, he was an avid supporter. Because of the varied organizations at Valley Forge, the student had an opportunity to find the ones which best suited his particular personality and interests. For pleasure and relaxation there were dances, concerts, plays, the Spring Carnival, and VF's first hootenanny. Through this diversified school life, the student gained added knowledge and experience that would be remem- bered through the years. After a busy day at school, VF students happily board the waiting buses. 5 6 VF FACILITIES PRGVIDE SCHOUL MATERIALS Browsing in the paperback bookstore are Don Gray, Dick Schenke, FBLA member, Marge Synk, sells supplies to Pat Evanchak, Joyce and Jesse Epstein. Olsen, and Peggy Mruk. In the VF library Sharon Hermanson finds the references she needs. 57 A ARDS, HO ORS, A D SCHGLARSHIPS ARE Semi-finalists in the National Merit Scholarship program are VF seniors Ron Long, Gini Lowdermilk, and Bill Bloom. N Crew-:wi Ax QfQgQfti4QgE Sees giggle? .4 st? sein- rigs-sf Q Janet Trytek receives a pin from Mrs. Taliak for her high score Art student Bob Wrobbel displays his work which merited a 500 on the Betty Crocker Homemaking Test. dollar scholarship. 58 PRESENTED T0 DESERVING VF STUDENTS Recognition of those students with exceptional 5 i ability played a major role in the development of student leaders. Throughout the year, students of E distinction were awarded and honored by school officials and members of the student body for achievements in the areas of athletics and scholar- A ship. Realizing that awards brought esteem not only to the honored student, but to everyone at VFH, students were proud of the achievements of those classmates whose attainment merited recognition. This feeling was best exemplified by the enthusiasm and interest at functions given in honor of these students. Holding the highest average in girls' intramural bowling is VF junior Virginia Hughes. Recipient of the National Council ofTeachers ofEnglish Achievement Award,Ron Long is recommended for scholarships to all colleges. He poses with his senior and junior English teachers, Miss Callan and Mr. Dunford respectively. Honored for their football records are Dick Nowak, best linemang Guy Latimer, best backg and Tom Biller, most improved player. 59 CLUBS - AN ACTIVE PART IN SCHOOL LIFE Members of the Thespian Society rehearse for their play, "As You Like It." Student interests were represented by the various clubs at Valley Forge. Participation in club activities was an important part of school life for a majority of the student body. The wide range of organizations enabled everyone to choose a club suitable to his individual preferences. Thus, clubs reflected the diverse interests of VF students. The general purpose of clubs was to bring together all students sharing the same interests, to broaden their social experience, to create leaders, and to develop pride in the individual for both the club and the school. Club activities were not limited, however, to those in which only the members participated. Dances, candy sales, the bonfire before the Shaker football game, and the Spring Carnival were all club projects which involved the entire student body and helped to promote school spirit. The Future Nurses Club make Santa Clauses as a project to raise funds. Boosters serve their school by selling tickets for the athletic events VF'S PAPERWURK IS HANDLED EFFICIE TLY After an absence, students wait in the attendance office for class admission slips. Serving as study hall aides in the afternoon are Mrs. Carrick and Mrs. Murray. Study hall aides for the morning periods are Mrs. Schmeichel and Mrs. Dvorak. Paul Sullivan operates the IBM machine in the VF attendance office. F PLEDGES ITS LUY LTY TO THE BL E Girls Boosters Sandy Behringer and Cheryl Mackulin make VF students exit from the gym lobby after a VF basketball game. "clappers" for the games. Tension is high as students and parents watch an exciting basketball At the quarter, the VF basketball players confer with their coach. game. 62 HITE BY SUPPURTING THE P TRIOTS Boosters make popcorn for the hungry students at a wrestling match. Football coach Mr. James Fritzsche advises quarterback Dave Kencson about the next play. 6 3 t VF STUDENTS DEM NSTR TE SCHOOL Jim Sadowski pleads his case to Anita Pontremoli in a one-act play presented at an assembly. ,fl .4 , , , , 1 ,L I I 1 X J . r , fl fi! , 1 ,f H, Q4 A- 921' ., I, ff, QL If 15121 A C4 12 Aj,Q5f,CQ, ,gj jj'L.L,, f , trygsiffg-2 L, 5' fs, I I, I n in K, A ,7.. A " rf' ,fr , I i ' ,m ,I A ,, 01 ifffitf ?L,5Xf,f'Q! Cfgfif kt? pf4f,,"Q ,ff 1410 f . C ,V 1' V5.1 f L Y, ,V ff' j f 4 f J, ,yf , , j , Ai, f ,Soldiers from Grand Fenwick surround an American general in a scene 'fha ' f 22 ,fffiff K f' '1 if ff - - 13 'Q--ff' f7"Li"' "Th M Th R d " , 1 i ,4,.,,-f Lit. ,J tg n-.Ln .,,. f fa ,,f, . pq f ,-H, o e ouse at oare . L 1. -4 ow, l x, ff LC V , tx v H- I rf ru-4, ,, x, , fl Jf r,fffC" ' , JW, LA-, . 71, X ,W I 7162 Noreen Abookire describes her experiences in Grand Fenwick to Bob Schmitt at a rehearsal for "The Mouse That Roaredf' while Sue Ratzloff, Connie Gary, and Carol Georgeff listen. 64 SPIRIT AT ASSEMBLIES AND PLAYS The student body meets as a whole in pep assemblies Before the Parma game Dave Latanik and Jeff Hartleib portray two noted Parma mothers. Redmen' Jim Taylor, ,lim Savarda, and Ron Stepanik receive no support from "VF counselor" Jeff Wozney and "coach" George Matis. MEMORABLE PERFORMANCES AND DANCES Orchestra members combine their musical skills in the production Hurrying to board the bus before a football game are members of the of a difficult number. school band. A p , , X -e-' Q M is Q Q ' ' . fs ,assi Q i r :sm is -f. - ewws r .. ..., X The Patriot Marching Band practices rigorously during first period. 66 ARETHE RESULTS OF CAREF L PLANNING At the clothing fashion show, girls display their talent for sewing. Decorations for a canteen receive careful attention from Girls Boosters. 1 At the homecoming dance, Jeff Jones and Noreen Abookire enjoy a lively twist. 67 s 1 ABLE LEADERS GUIDE US TO SUCCESS During an Student Council meeting, officers and members discuss ideas among themselves. it "Higher, Altos," says Mr. Elliott during a choir practice. Girls' Wadd. 68 Leaders officer, Sharon Watts, confers with gym teacher PATRIOTS N ACT IO Office pages on call. .N 'LUse only library material, please." New choir members become mummies for their initiation Girls Boosters audition as window washers. ACTIVITIES High-stepping Ellis Moose leads the band. Excellent teachers and a great variety of subjects are a sound basis for an education, but they alone are not enough. For this reason, Valley Forge students are also offered the oppor- tunity to participate in a number of extra- curricular activities. Some clubs, such as the Future Teachers of America and the Distrib- utive Education Club, give their members valuable training for their future vocations. The Leaders Clubs and the Key Club lend their services to both the school and the community, While the Boosters Clubs promote school spirit. The honor societies are highly selective, but once membership is attained, one may be justi- fiably proud. Regardless of the type of club -- social, service, honorary, academic, athletic -- each contributes to further balancing the educa- tion of every Valley Forge student. Archive staff members work diligently to meet their first deadline. 70 FB NDS PLAYB CH TO BOSAN V CONCERT BAND FRONT ROW: Katie Cosby, Nancy Thiel, Marcia Duke, Diane Eggett, Linda Kinbaum, Lana Bryan, Dave Spittal, Dolly Sollberger, Sharon Bray. SECOND ROW: Linda Lanzer, Ralph Bittel, Don Winarski, Al Vensky, Bob Koerper, Gerald Siegmyer, David Mathews, Julius Liguori, Alan Coyner, Lynda Stepanek, Larry Sunyak, Allan Krysiak, Greg Kapela. THIRD ROW: Joann Michalske, Michael Groenke, Joanne Legan, Bill Reiman, Neil Martens, Joann Wielgus, Sam Zacharias, Steve Swalley, Stephen Karales, Connie DeOreo, Richard Oshiro, Wayne Blabolil, Phil Molina, Robert Valent, Bob Burg, Jack Rightweiser, Tim Zingale, Greg Mason, Mike Gerace. FOURTH ROW: Bill Sanders, Rich Englehart, Ed Rind- fleisch, John Wilkins, Dan Monoc, Greg Lane, Ralph Olmutz, Rich Komar, Jay Baloun, Karla Potetz, Lee Major, Don Hartman, Jill Daney, Noreen Abookire. After combining with the Symphonic Band to form the Patriot Marching Band during football season, the Concert Band began to practice as a separate unit. It performed in concerts both January 18 and May 8 under the direction of Mr. David Petrella. Also under Mr. Petrella's direction were the eighteen members of the Dance Band, who practiced on their own time to perform for social events throughout the year. DANCE BAND FRONT ROW: Roy Poczebut, Rog Harper, Paul Reinke, Dick Ingersoll, Bob Boyda, Wayne Gibson, Ron Stepanik. SEC- OND ROW: Dennis Mokaren, Bob Dziedzicki, Dave Korec, Ross Black, Larry Smeyak, Bill Bloom, Dick Barth, Marty Cool, Charles Smith, Ken Bruggers. THIRD ROW: Dean Kartson, Dan Tobik, Ed Rindfleisch. 71 ORCHESTRA AND SYMPHONIC BA D EAR ORCHESTRA FRONT ROW: Carol Ekblad, Ray Broggini, Charles Smith, Nancy Kason. SECOND ROW: Vicky Partyka, Beth Bubuli, Maila Kling, Pat Brand. THIRD ROW: Pat Hosic, Sue Schaefer, Cathy Schaedel, Eileen Hannan, Janet Hern, Jan Samolis, Linda Mackert, Nadine Davis. FOURTH ROW: Gerry "Concerto for Orchestra" by Handel was one of the competition selections the Orchestra per- formed under the direction of Mr. Robert Cowden. Select members competed in the Greater Cleveland Solo and Ensemble Contest on February 15 and traveled to Bowling Green on February 22 for the State Orchestra Contest. Three concerts were given on November 2, March 13, and May 8. On February 7, the Orchestra attended Lake Erie Chappell, Sue Christian, Cindy Hasselschwert, Paul Reinke, Dick Ingersoll, Herb Dregalla. FIFTH ROW: 'Rick Goodyear, Lynn Shibley, Dan Tobik, Don Hartman, Bob Obenauer, Al Lewicki, Marty Cool. League Orchestra Festival where they combined with other LEL schools for a concert. The Orchestra performed at the All School Show on April 17 and 18 and ended their year by playing for the graduating seniors at baccalaureate. The officers were Carol Ekblad, president, Cheryl Swanson, vice-president: Nancy Kason, treasurer, and Cathy Schaedel, secretary. I SYMPHONIC BAND FRONT ROW: Lin Mackert, Dave Haburchak, Jan Samolis, Barb Hosic, Pat Guenther. SECOND ROW:' Dick Ingersoll, Herb Dregalla, Paul Reinke, Lydia Graf- inger, Sharon Bray, Alanna Hartman, Nadine Davis. THIRD ROW: Cindy Hasselschwert, Dale Strawhacker, Susan Zizka, Bob Boyda, Joe Hruby, Jim Kazura, Roy Poczebut, Rog Harper. 72 FOURTH ROW: Barb Moser, Guy Marinelli. Cris Ferencz. Sue Szekeres, Linda Lanzer, Jan Rutherford, Jim Zingale, Phil Harbison, Judy Arndt, Bob Obenauer, Jeff Black. FIFTH ROW: Pam Ratzloff, Jesse Epstein, Sandra Ammiller, Karen Wheeler, ,Lune Muha, Lynn Shibley, Ed Rindfleisch, Don Kispert, Fred auer. PLAUDITS FOR SUPERIOR PERFORMANCES I ORCHESTRA FRONT ROW: Joe Hruby. Marcia Bertonasclli, Johanna Kijanko, Sue Ratzloff. SECOND ROW: Charles Caron, Carol Vitcha, Elaine Cira. THIRD ROW: Judie Beattie, Sue Bright, Debbie Beal. Paulette Titus. Cheryl Swanson, Jan Ryan, Barb Combs, Alanna Hartman, Sharon Bray. FOURTH ROW: The Symphonic Band, under the direction of Mr. David Petrella,bgave- concerts in January, March, and May. Representatives from the band took part in the solo and ensemble contest at Parma Senior High in February. In March, the Symphonic Band participated in the Ohio Music Education Associa- Bob Soppelsa. Ed Rindlieisch, Jeff Brandes, Bob Holden, Ray Zizka, Dolly Sollberger, Tom Rea, Cathy Basen.. FIFTH ROW: Jim Petitto, Wayne Wightman, Sue Schumann, Dick Barth, Bob Dziedzicki, Ross Black, Dave Korec. tion Contest held at Valley Forge. Selections played at commencement completed the season. Officers of the band were Marty Cool, presidentg Cathy Chaffin, vice-president, Barb Combs, secretary, and Cheryl Muha, treasurer. SYMPHONIC BAND FRONT ROW: Janet Hern, Susan Jones, Jill Dehn, Linda Dieball, Cynthia Miller. SECOND ROW: Cathy Basen, Tom Rea, Chuck Smith, Bob Anderson, Dennis Kabasan, Ron Stepanik, Wayne Gibson. THIRD ROW: Bob Gerding, Bob Holden, Cathie Chaffin, Jan Ryan, Barb Combs, Sue Ratzloff, Ray Zizka, Cheryl Swanson. FOURTH ROW: Larry Smeyak, Bill Bloom, Dave Petras, Al Lewicki, Marty Cool, Marty Slivka, Grant Leiby, Gary Gress, Carl Wolf, Dave Niemi. FIFTH ROW: John Thompson, Ronald Jacoby, Dick Barth, Ellis Moose, Jim Savarda, David Kotasek, Glenn Schultz, Dan Tobik, Dean Kartson, Dave Hoelter, Larry Slade, Dennis Mokaren, Tom Irwin, Bob Dziedzicki, Dave Korec, Ross Black, Judie Beattie. 73 MARCHING BA D - PERFECT P RT ER AN MARCHING BAND BOTTOM ROW: Dolores Torrado, Carol Hricisin, Sharon Kaminski, Judy Toetz, Lynn Raymond, Alanna Hartman, Gail Riegler, Sue Martin, Judy Heaton, JoAnn Wielgus. SECOND ROW: David Haburchak, Barb Hosic, Linda Mackert, Janet Hern, Sue Jones, Pat Guenther, Jill Dehn, Lana Bryan, Linda Kinbaum, Linda Dieball, Diane Eggett, Jan Samolis, Cindy Miller, Cheryl Muha, Dan Tobik, Glen Schultz, Don Hartman, Dean Kartson, Ed Rindfleisch, Jim Savarda, Guy Marinelli, Jill Daney, Lyn Shibley, Lee Major, Judy Beattie, Bill The Patriot Marching Band under the guidance of Mr. David Petrella, displayed their precision routines and drills during the football games and parades. This group started to work on routines the third week in August and continued to work to perfect them during the early school year. This intensive work Sanders, Karla Potetz, Dave Spittal, Cathy Cosby, Marsha Duke, Cathy Basen, Nancy Thiel, Roy Poczebut, Bob Koerper, A1 Vensky, Roger Harper, Mr. David Petrella, Ellis Moose. THIRD ROW: Tim Zingale, Herb Dregalla, Sue Zizka, Christine Ferencz, Karen Wheeler, Tom Rea, Bill Reiman, Don Winarski, Jan Rutherford, Mike Groenke, Paul Reinke, Cindy Hasselschwert, Dale Strawhacker, Darlene Sollberger, Jim Zingale, Linda Lanzer, Sandy Ammiller, Phil Harbison, Sue Szekeres, Barb Moser, Lydia Grafinger, Jim Kazura, Jesse Epstein, Ralph Bittel, Pam Ratzloff. resulted in a highly synchronized group. Marching ahead of the band with VF's colors waving high, was the enthusiastic Spirit of '76. Members of this group were Daniel Tobik, first drummerg Dennis Mokaren, second drummer, David Haburchak, fiferg and William Sanders, flag bearer. Joining the band in LIBERTY BELLES Dolores Torrado, Carol Hricisin, Sharon Riegler, 5116 Martinhludy HCGHOII, .l0Anr1 Wielgus- Kaminski, Judy Toetz, Lynn Raymond, Alanna Hartman, Gail 74 F AITHFUL FAN OF THE PATRIOTS Joan Legan, JoAnn Michalske, Neil Martens, Dick Ingersoll, Joe Hruby, Dennis Kabasan, Julius Liguori, Bob Anderson, Bob Boyda, David Mathews, Jerry Siegmeyer, Ron Stepanik, Wayne Gibson, Mr. Ernest Southwick, Miss Virginia Jennings. FOURTH ROW: Greg Lane, Wayne Blabolil, Connie DeOreo, Alan J Coyner, Mike Gerace, David Petras. Bob Obenaurer, Gary Gress, Grant Leiby, Carl Wcmlf, Larry Smeyak, Bill Bloom, David Niemi, Martin Cool, Cheryl Swanson, Ray Zizka, Bob Holden, Bob Gar- ding, Cathy Chaffin, Greg Kapela, Larry Sunyak, Allan Krysiak, their precision drills were the strutting drum major Ellis Moose and the colorful Liberty Belles led by Alanna Hartman, head majorette, and Lynn Ray- mond, assistant head majorette. Performing the L various routines with them were Dolores Torrado, Jan Ryan, Barb Combs, Sue Ratzloff, Dick Barth, Jeff Black, Greg Mason, Bob Burg, Steve Swalley, Marty Slivka, Richard Oshiro, Bob Valent, Al Lewicki, Judy Arndt, Phil Molina, Jack Right- weiser, John Marchewka, Sam Zacharias. FIFTH ROW: Chuck Smith, David Hoelter, Dave Kotasek, Richard Englehart, Jack Wilkins, Larry Slade, John Thompson, Don Kispert, Dan Monoc, Ralph Olmutz, Fred Pauer, Ron Jacoby, David Korec, Ross Black, Bob Dziedzicki, Dennis Mokaren, Jay Baloun, Richard Komar, Tom Irwin. Judy Toetz, Judy Heaton, Carol Hricison, Sharon Kaminskey, Gail Reigler, JoAnne Wielgus, and Susan Martin. At Homecoming, the Marching Band dedicated its show to Queen Barbara and her court. SPIRIT OF '76: William Sanders, Daniel Tobik, Dennis Mokaren, David Haburchak. 75 E THUSIASM A D BILITY M KE GIRLS' QV - 5 ,. 2 as xg ag sg 3 .. . ww , A CAPPELLA CHOIR BOTTOM ROW: Cheryl Thompson, Sandy Benson, Linda Hicks, Candy Kaniecki, Sue Schumann, Carol Ekblad, Frances Lippmann, Beverly Thomas, Alice Sted, Kathy Slach, Donna Antonelli. SECOND ROW: Linda Fahr- land, Shirley Boc, Micki Hemeyer, Maris Sell, Judy Uhinck, Sue Meeth, Candy Marr, Bonnie Havel, Chris Fernelius, Karen Weber, Carol Axon, Kennie Reed, Karen Steppke. THIRD ROW: Active participation was the key phrase of the 1963-64 A Cappella Choir. Led by Mr. John Elliott, vocal music director, this ninety-five member mixed choir was composed mainly of upperclassmen. Performing in several concerts throughout the school year, the group was featured at the Christmas Vesper in l . L J. We . L. Almira Mull, Linda Reik, Sue Molinari, Donna Costanzo, Pam Ratzloff, Tom Reed, Steve Habusta, Eugene Mion, Doug Christ- man, Joe Horvath, Gary Benesh, Don Haberkost. FOURTH ROW: Terry Crawford, Bob Bowen, Bud Bukhair, Ray Brog- gini, Lee Branst, Steve Cardwell, Jeff Kachelein, Bob Holm, Allan Davidson, Glenn Siebert, Jeff Black. Chorale, an all-choir concert. Also, the group repre- sented Valley Forge in the Lake Erie League Choral Festival. Together with the rest of the music depart- ment, the choir held many social events, including a dance in February for the entire music department. si t . -. Qiii, v GIRLS' CHOIR BOTTOM ROW: Kathie Maier, Susan LeRoy, Claudia Doering, Mary Lou Lappin, Paula Stinich, Jill Daney, Charlene Myers, Connie DeOreo. SECOND ROW: Flavia Matte de Azambuja, Ginny Hughes, Judy Presley, Geri Hunt, Pat Fenda, Cheryl Kolke, Barb Combs, Anita Pontremoli, Gerry Chappell, Mary Leonard. THIRD ROW: Carol Goodwin, 76 Debbie Beal, Pat Starzynski, Janice Mitzo, Maureen Karen Brandes, Judy Lerch, Noreen Ahookire, Carol FOURTH ROW: Gail Kulcsar, Lorra Rose, Cindy Gloria Hooker, Melanie Radlick, Marlene Chrewan, Gwen Karen Dietz, Betty Wessler, Diane Hardy. f AND A CAPPELLA CHOIRS SUPERB GROUPS E Q5 at is is Q A CAPPELLA CHOIR BOTTOM ROW: Sue Bright, Sharon Collins, Carol Cooper, Shirley Bertram, Sue Zizka, Linda Montie, Cheryl Stefanik, Linda Bielawski, Edelgard Bopple, Pam Monachino, Laraine Walkup, Sue Ratzloff. SECOND ROW: Sharon Burke, Jan With, Marsha Pergler, Nancy Kason, Kathy McCann, Linda Kluth, Gayle Giles, Joan Zimdars, Kathy Schultz, Cindy Kuczynski, Jan Strobl, Linda Binder. THIRD ROW: The glory of the Christmas Vesper Chorale was radiated by the eighty-five voices of the Girls' Choir as they performed Benjamin Britten's 'GA Ceremony of Carols," the highlight of this year's work. This select group, led by Mr. John Elliott, vocal music director, competed in March in the Rich Bademan, Bob Truscello, Wayne Zavotka, Ken Bruggers, Bob Weber, Ann Nielsen, Cheryl Swanson, Nadine Davis, Diane Baker, Nancy Morgan, Marilyn Demeter, Marilynn Lipa. FOURTH ROW: Tim Stahlberg, Dan Goetz, Ken Petri, John Polski, Timothy Krafcik, Ted Castor, Gary Chilcot, Dale Cardwell, Richard Schenke, Dave Rodgers, Patil Ehrbar. Ceflroster. District Band and Choir Contest which was held at Valley Forge and Parma Senior High Schools. The officers of the Girls' Choir were Judy Presley, president, Pat Fenda, vice-president, Donna Gries- bach and Cathy Chaffin, secretariesg and Sue Arndt, treasurer. GIRLS' CHOIR BOTTOM ROW: Suzie Arndt, Kathi Riley, Mary Lou Chappell, Janis Humphrey, Chris Thomas, Sandy Stelma, Marcia Duke, Eileen Musolf. SECOND ROW: Kathy White, Kathy Stalnaker, Sharon Miller, Judy Erikson, Karen Kepes, Sandra Pace, Diane Alexander, Janis Houck, Pat Guenther, Donna Burke. THIRD ROW: Terry Jurick, Mary Pollak, Kathy Winter, Donna Griesbach, Cheryl Shone, JoAnn Kessler, Judy Joyce, Alice Kaska, Diane Evancho, Karen Wantz, Eija Kling, Barb LoCastro. FOURTH ROW: Gloria Fath, Sandy Wagner, Bev Weber, Sue Szekeres, Carolyn Amhrozy, Julianne Mlakar, Charlotte Kaderabek, Gwen Hausser, Cathy Chaffin, Pat Hosic, Marty McCulloch. .77 F CHORAL GROUPS SING FOR E JOYME T GIRLS' GLEE BOTTOM ROW: Mary Ann Naymik, Renee Meibert, Mary Jean Penksa, Judy Marr, Carol Hepp, Barb Kurtz, Sally Loika, Phyllis Arendt, Andrea Zvolensky, Becky Winslow, Sharon Mizanin, Carol Kuhn, Laurie Courey, Monica Mitzo, Kathy Mehalik, Carol Schueller, Sue Kalilich, Rita Smith, Holly Shumway. SECOND ROW: Pat Stoddard, Karen Blower, Sally Szekeres, Lynn Schultz, Melanie Yoch, Karen Spanagel, Dori Shatto, Linda Schwark, Judy Zambory, Karen Weber, Pat Gannon, Judy Roush, Cheryl Peattie, Barb Bernot, Judi Lessing, Leslie Fix, Diane Kurek, Mary Ellen Karales, Shirley Callaghan. THIRD ROW: Carole Komorowski, Carolanne Wernig, Mary The members of the 1963-64 Girls' Glee Club and Boys, Glee Club sang in the Christmas Program and the Spring Choral Concert. The Boys' Glee Club also performed at several school and community Lou Marginian, Karen Dinse, Joan Sebek, Lynn Needham, Gayle Jenkins, Elaine Burke, Jane Allen, Karen Antall, Cindy Poe, Linda Visosky, Karen Koenig, Donna Franklin, Cindy Gilchrist, Peggy Pepper, Ruth Payne, Lynda Hertel, Carol Carretta. FOURTH ROW: Marybeth Bogesch, Margaret Banyasz, Suzanne Bovenzi, Ellen Hill, Shirley Manchek, Barb Bartell, Jeannie Hulec, Diane Podhradsky, Judy McDonough, Joyce Waugh, Sharon Kaminski, Rita Paul, Sharyn Volk, Nancy Kotasek, Sally Lamb, Gail Riegler, Bobbi Schueler, Penny Eyman, Nancy Ihde, Marion Sorge. concerts. Under the direction of Mr. John Elliott, these clubs met throughout the year to strengthen their voices, to develop their vocal quality and ensemble tone, and to gain valuable music experience. BOYS' GLEE CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Steve Swalley, John Decker, John Hunter, Bob Bowen, Jack Soppelsa, George Dietz, Jim Briggs, Bill Mooradian. SECOND ROW: Scott Painting, James Horvath, Terry Crawford, Will Leiby, John Price, Jim Petitto, Ed Gandolf, Joe Reeves, Dick Vacca. THIRD ROW: Terry Olive, Al Dacre, Terry Emmons, Bob Reichert, Dale Novak, 78 J Dale Mitchell, Ron Miller, Jim Gorey, Ernie Csire, Andy Suchar. FOURTH ROW: Jon Fisher, Gary Gumz, Allan Tillman, Jim Newell, Larry Boglein, Rich Adams, Lance Malosky, Brian O'Donnell, Doug Colaric, Tom Hannan, Gary Gress, Al Graham, Dennis Kalita. AND LEARN AT THE SAME TIME BOYS' AND GIRLS' CHORUS BOTTOM ROW: Barb Happel, Carla Conway, Joan Requarth, Linda Rapp, Sherry Poole, Diane Javorsky, Carol Hudson, Melinda Judd, Sandy Fritsch, Linda Haug, Carol Richter, Eileen Schmidt, Elizabeth Caldwell, Noreen Berna, Margie Dowdell, Linda Ocetik, Laurene Rodgers, Judy Haug. SECOND ROW: Barbara Jagusch, Marian Mc- Noldy, Julie Witkowski, Joyce Wallner, Joyce Balint, Carol Shaw, Chris Filson, Louise Koshock, Noreen Herman, Georgene Tachuk, Nancy Pipoly, Judy Grigas, Gaye Wandt, Elaine Dunn, Florence The Boys' Chorus and Girls' Chorus at Valley Forge were directed by Mr. John Elliott. These groups, which stressed voice production and vocal technique, were designed for those who enjoy singing. Savich, Linda Warren, Mara Kaugurs, Joyce Kaska, May Zolynas. THIRD ROW: Diane Leiby, Carolyn Pogalies, Lin Shelton, Tina Pawlak, Sue Kinsman, Susan Jadrych, Sarah Alderson, Kathy Nowak, Dale Schubert, Sarah Moose, Pat Schmidt, Jacquie Painter, Linda Spicer, Gerry Deli, Joan Cassese, Joyce Karlosky, Peggy Peeper, Gail Hausser. FOURTH ROW: Tony Lanza, Lynn Grunau, Tom Glennon, Jim Wohl, Anthony Hadovsky, Curt Schulte, Ron Heppner, James Comienski, Rich Hatvany, Russ Fackler, Tom Hannan, Dave Thompson, Fran Lawler. Officers of Girls' Chorus were Jacqueline Painter, president, Melinda Judd, vice-president, Diane Leiby, and Pat Schmidt, secretaries, and Carolyn Pogalies, treasurer. sas YN .s Q. . .x' g X f ,, t S , as , as 't S35 X xg . 1:a:a: iss:-'tif w ' MADRIGAL CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Pam Ratzloff, Karen Weber, Linda Fahrland, Ann Nielsen, Sharon Burke, Sue Bright, Cindy Kuczynski, Sue Ratzloff. SECOND ROW: Lee Branst. Y - Don Haberkost, Jeff Kachelein, Bud Bukhair, Wayne Zavotka, Gef Foster, Ken Bruggers. 79 STUDENT COUNCIL - EXCELLE T TR INING STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES BOTTOM ROW: Barb Kurtz, Donna Burke, Kathi Riley, Karen Kozak, Margie Hartman, Sue Kalilich, Donna Antonelli, Carol Cooper, Linda Kare, .ludi Lessing, Pat Basista, Pat Evanchak. SECOND ROW: Sharon Bedevelsky, Connie Nicholson, Dori Shatto, Sally Loika, Deanna Swalley, Sue Bright, Carol Scarl, Peggy Good, Diane Alexander, Carol Vacca, Elsie Hansen, Cheryl Stefanik, Sheryl Nash, Pam Perkins. THIRD ROW: Roger Harper, Sue Aiello, Donna Sutak, Cindy Wulf, Marty McCulloch, Penny Eyman, Leslie Dahn, Sue Meeth, Linda Zaccaro, Georgene Tachuk, .lim Petitto, Norma Hamilton, Janet Brown, Mary Stager, Karen Weber, Sue Wolf, Susan Hermanson, Ellen Messerknecht, Judy Demski. FOURTH ROW: Gifford Meyer, ,lean Santner, Donna Demko, Jim Kazura, Tom Juratovac, Dave Rodgers, Guy Latimer, Bill Niro, Skip Musheno, Glenn Siebert, John Poggendorf, .loe Gary, Nancy Finn, Sue Kinsman, Gloria Hooker. ' ..,............ r. ,V ,-ww, ...-......-.- r Q I STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Gene Dornbrook, president, Don Haber- .lllIli0f, Kathi Maier, mCeiS.0UI' foreign exchange kost, vice-president, Barb Kent, secretary, Gary Mayer, sergeant-at-arms, Terry student, Flavia de Azambuja, at her locker after Spengler, treasurer. 80 school. GROUNDS FOR OUR F TURE LE DERS Serving as the essential link between T faculty and student body, the 1963- 64 Valley Forge Student Council was a governing body directed primarily by the students themselves. Each homeroom had a delegate on the Council and each class was represented by five rep- resentatives-at-large. In the spring of 1963, the students elected Gene Dornbrook to serve as president. Other officers elected by the Council were Don Haberkost, vice-president, Barbara Kent, secretary, Terry Spengler, treasurer, and Gary Mayer, sergeant- at-arms. Advisers were Mr. David Grodhaus and Miss Carolyn Hessert. Primarily a student government organi- zation, Student Council also sold the Archive and the Anvil, collected for the United Appeal. The organization also sponsored a dance for CARE. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES AT LARGE BOTTOM ROW: Marty McDonald, Marcia Duke, Barb Bernot, Sharon Hermanson. SEC- OND ROW: Linda Kluth, Bonnie Havel, .Ioan Zehnder, Kathi Schwan, Dave R-?hmer.hTHIRD ROW: Pat Franklin, Linda Toth, Joe Dagata, Ted Castor, an Art ur. STUDENT COUNCIL ALTERNATES BOTTOM ROW: Lyn Mangone, Sue Harrison, Pat Guenther, Anita Pontremoli, Judi Carnegie, Gerri Galdun, Linda Weiler, Ilona Harrison, Jan Ryan, Sharon Collins, Monica Brozak, Linda Warren, Tina Lopez. SECOND ROW: Linda Kerins, Cheryl Powers, Kathy Slach, Kathy Mehalik, Joe Dagata, Rick Goodyear, Karen Spanagel, Donna Cole, Barb I-Iosic, Cathy Basen, Gail Kulcsar, Karen Weber, Pam Monachino, Marsha Pergler, Sandy F ritsch. THIRD ROW: Sandra Benson, Pat F enda, Linda Binder, Linda Shelton, Richard Van Oskeuls, Toby Kolman, Loretta Thomas, Sharon Kaminski, Linda Laughlin, Jan Childs, Diane Podhradsky, Cindy Arndt, Sandy Schill, Craig Faubel, Jim Hang. FOURTH ROW: Paul Tuggey, Melanie Radlick, Sharyn Konrad, Eric Kunz, Rich Bademan, A1 Redick, Willie Yurcheshen, Dave Kencson, Pat Parks, Rich Adams, Bill Gibson, Gary Gumz, Gary Michalek, Sue Ann Pecora, George Buchholz, Barb Zavocky. 81 NATIO L HO OR SOCIETY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Juras, Paulette Birth, Patti Offtermatt, Mike Yurcheshen, Bill Niro, Barb Kent, Bonnie Havel, Dianne Detore, Barb Dienes. SECOND ROW: Sue Ziska, Sue Carpenter, Marsha Reiss, Judy Demski, Georganne Amon, Carol Ekblad, .lim Haug, Lydia Graf- l I Y Tom Umbel, Sheryl Shone, and Ray Benjamin discuss their future colleges. 82 inger, Janis Houck. THIRD ROW: Sandra Benson, Terry Speng- ler, SueAnn Pecora, Guy Latimer, Bill Bloom, Gene Zayac, Gary gvvumaii Pam Ratzloff, Barb LoCastro, Gary Michalek, Richard OJCI . I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS SEATED: Bonnie Havel, secretary, Barbara Kent, publicity chairmang Mike Yurcheshen, president, Patti Offtermatt, program chairman. STANDING: Gene Dombrook, treasurer, Bill Niro, vice-president. RECOGNIZES OUTSTANDING STUDENTS The National Honor Society was established to recognize students who excelled in character, lead- ership, service, and scholarship. Supervised by Mr. Donald Dinsmore, the group held a dance after the Shaw basketball game, sold candy and basketball pep buttons, and had a booth at the annual Spring Carnival tg raise money for the purchase of the fall and spring inductees' invitations and pins. As a service for the school, the Society posted many dis- plays on the bulletin board in the front of the cafe- teria. Ofiicers of the National Honor Society were Mike Yurcheshen, president, Bill Niro, vice-presi- dentg Gene Dornbrook, treasurerg and Bonnie Havel, secretary. Ni-lg, 3 4 2 S Slj J im Haug and Karen Kuonen sell candy for Honor Society. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Schill, Jeanne Nesbit, Judy Labuda, Linda Weiler, Karen Kuonen, Karen Schlegelmilch, Vito Mazzeo, Dennis Kabasan, Roy Lucht, Karen Thompson, Tom Harlan, Janet Trytek, Jackie McDonald, Paulette Fenda, Cerri Caldun, Jan Strobl. SECOND ROW: Janice Murzyn, Bobby Ann Ehrlich, Barbara Mezzulo, Drena Arko, Cheryl Stefanik, Linda Werner, Linda Fahrland, Cheryl Shone, Carol Greenberg, Del Drake, Bev Ewan, James Gore, Sharon Karlosky, Bonnie Hoffman, Don Kocka, Marilyn Butts, Jeanne Hertelendy, Jeff Brandes, Shirley Jantz, Deanna Swalley.THIRD ROW: Theodore Schiffrik, Charles Smith, Judith Kruggel, James Kazura, Dan Tobik, Fred Reth, Sue Wolf, Ray Benjamin, Jack Prentice, Ken Bruggers, Mike Schreiber, Karl Scherr, Beverly Schwartzmann, Nancy Kason, Larry Dome, .Thomas Umbel, Claudia Sedlack, Sheryl Nash, Ron Long, Bob Soppelsa. 83 STUDENTS EXPLORE THEIR I TE DED FTA BOTTOM ROW: Judy Labuda, Linda Weiler, Bonnie Havel, Nancy Bucher, Sandy Benson, Jackie McDonald, Barb Dienes, SECOND ROW: Kiaran O'Brien, Mary Lou Cornelius, Sue Zizka, Claudia Sedlack, Diana Holt, Beverly Kovach, Diane Alexander, Karen Kruk, Cheryl Shone, Deanna Swalley. THIRD ROW: Daniel Tobik, Barb Walder, Bonnie Hoffman, Janis Houck, The Future Teachers of America was a club organized for the students interested in teaching. At many of the meetings, guest speakers lectured on various topics, such as the planning of balanced educational programs, the responsibilities of the teacher, and the various teaching areas. One outstanding project of the club was raising funds for a scholarship for a senior interested in a teaching career. Another project was the donation Lynda Stepanek, Barbara LoCastro, Judy Presley, Jane Thomas, Linda Toth, Sue Carpenter, Barb Kent, Linda F ahrland. FOURTH ROW: David Kotasek, Sue Pecora, Donna Romoli, Nadine Davis, Nancy Kason, Dick Barth, Gary Gress, Carol Greenberg, Linda Werner, Karen Antall, Judy Zulauf, Ron Stepanik. of Christmas gifts to a home for retarded children and to a needy family. To provide funds for these projects, the club sold VF pennants and tickets to classical films. The officers of this group were Dan Tobik, presidentg Gef Foster, vice-president, Sue Zizka, treasurer, and Barb Dienes, secretary. Mr. Bernard Specht served as adviser. FTA BOTTOM ROW: June Muha, Sandra Ammiller, Jeannie Baran, Lynne Jackson, Susie Schwartz, Jan Ryan, Carol Cooper, Axon, Linda Schneider, Cindy Grahl. THIRD ROW: Barbara Hosic, Judy Erikson, Carol Reed, Cheryl Swanson, Sue Molinari, Laraine Walkup, Norma Rohde, Beverly Thomas, Karen Weber- Chris Fernelius, Gef Foster, Diane Stadnik, Gwen Hausser, SECOND ROW: Marilyn Demeter, Candy Marr, Judie Offter- Janice Baratta, Kathleen Baird, Carol Lohmann, Annell Beutel, matt, Jan With, Judi Tuskes, Susan Hermanson, Sharon Herman- son, Claudia Doering, Marsha Pergler, Georgene Tachuk, Carol 84 Sue Meeth, Susan Jones. CAREERS THROUGH CLUB CTI ITIES FNC OFFICERS BOTTOM ROW: Marsha Kutchko, bistoriang Jan Salay, presidentg Sandy Telegdy, vice-pres- ident. SECOND ROW: Linda Kerins, Presenting information about nursing and intro- ducing related' careers were the purposes of the Future Nurses Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Shirley Maloch, the school nurseg and Miss Judith Sander. All girls interested in nursing were able to join this national organization, but after becoming members they were required to maintain high academic standings. By working as aids at area treasurer, Margie Hartman, secretary. hospitals during the summer, the future nurses gained much practical experience and also earned credit for volunteer work, which was required before they were awarded their pins. The girls attended several hospital open houses, made baskets for needy children and CARE, took their annual field trip, and had a banquet to end the year. F NC BOTTOM ROW: Carol Georgeff, Jill Warren, Carol Regrut, Rita Zietlow, Leslie Fix, Marsha Kutchko, Sandy Telegdy, Janet Salay, Margie Hartman, Linda Kerins, Diane Pekar, Barb Roebuck, Sandy Wagner, Pat Evanchak. SECOND ROW: Pauline Kirstein, Sharon German, Nancy Thiel, Karen Smith, Pam Hunter, Chris Singerman, Noreen Berna, Sarah Moose, Diane Davis, Karen Kozak, Georganne Amon, Bernie Bryda, Sharon Miller, Jeanne Cowley, Karen Weber, Jan Strobl. THIRD ROW: Mary Ann Colden, Kathy Smullen, Ann Steckel, Mary Alice Horvath, Almira Mull, Sheryl Meder, Janet Bernacki, Barb Bentler, Bernadette Guddy, Pat Pike, Sue Robbins, Joanne Legan, Martha Weber, Debbie Beal, Shirley Manchek, Gretchen Voll, Barbara LoCastro. 35 BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS INTRODUCE DECA BOTTOM ROW: Mike Neiswonger, Jeanette Ruth, Lis Hansen, Elsie Hansen, Sylvia Pluto, Peggy Pohlchuck, Paul Scherer. SECOND ROW: Emanuel Iacano, Linda Pollock, Larry Lade, Marcia Pastor, Pat Estenik, Mike Balij, Barbara DECA member, Paul Scherer, works in a shoe store as one of his club actiyities. 86 Galardi, Martin Laska. THIRD ROW: Bob Machor, George Coughlin, Randy Becker, Tom Foster, Jack Bulan, Jack Adams, Richard Stahurski, William Nagy. The Valley Forge chapter of the Distributive Education Club of America, the only chapter in the Cleveland area, is closely associated with the dis- tributive education class, taught by Mr. Ronald Calabria. Distributive education is a vocational program, offering seniors an opportunity to gain a year's experience in their chosen fields of work as well as training in leadership and private enter- prise. Led by officers Marcia Pastor, presidentg Jeanette Ruth, vice-presidentg Lis Hansen, secretary- treasurerg and Pat Estenik, social chairman, the Distributive Education Club financed a spring trip to New York with profits from club projects. STUDENTS TO THEIR FUTURE CAREERS FBLA BOTTOM ROW: Pauline Fava, Cheryl Quast, Donna Wolf, Barb Mezzulo, Sandy Bogusz, Rosemary Sotak, Marge Synk, Vicky Partyka, Pat Evanchak, Mary Jean Gannitelli, Joyce Olsen, Sandy Haire, Jan Frietsch, Carol Ceorgeff. SECOND ROW: Judi Carnegie, Chris Redovian, Peggy Atkinson, Irma Febel, Carol Duchon, Mary Ann Hirko, Charlotte Kaderabek, Linda Kenzig, Drena Arko, Marilyn Butts, Judy Radtke, Sharon Pavlik, Kathy Fuerhoff, Jane Allen, Sandy Hanna, Judy White. THIRD ROW: Mary Ann Janda, Peggy Mruk, Diane Jost, Diane Creating more understanding in the intelli- gent choice of business occupations and develop- ing competent business leadership were two of the primary purposes of the Future Business Leaders of America Club, advised by Mrs. Helen Chase and Miss Rita Geroski. The group held a candy sale and a bake sale to raise money for a scholarship which was given to a senior pursuing a business course of study. The club also contributed food to needy families at Thanksgiving. Pat Evanchak was elected reporter in the North- eastern district of the Future Business Leaders of America, and the Valley Forge chapter prepared a periodic newspaper. This newspaper was a collection of club news which was distributed to every chapter several times during the year. Bartens, Jeanne Hertelendy, Barbara Jeckel, Carol Scarl, Maris Sell, Laureen Patla, Donna Romoli, Marcia Klein, Diane Baker, Joanne Hassa, Pat Cigary, Pam Boros, Valerie Hennings, Annette Demko, Maureen Doran, Tom Dedrick. FOURTH ROW: Rita Mecsko, Karen Urban, Carol Osowiecki, Carol Frantisak, Cindy Arndt, Rosemarie G!iIlIli1l'Cl1i,Ch1'is Schwenk, Lesli Ross, Kathy Jasany, Diane Stadnik, Joyce Karbon, Margaret Grabiec, Jan Olsen, Barbara Roberts, Jean Lincoln, Carolyn Ambrozy, Deedee Wade, Lynn Gilbert, Sharon Karlosky, Barbara Galardi. FBLA OFFICERS SEATED: Jan Frietsch, treasurerg Vicky Partyka, vice-presidentg Rosemary Sotak, reporter. STANDING: Pat Evanchek, president, Barbara Mezzulo, secretary. 87 GIRLS AND BOYS BOOSTERS AROUSE BOYS BOOSTERS: ,lim Savarda, program chairmang Jim Bob Madey, financial directorg Dick Vacca, publicity chairmang Taylor, first vice-presidentg Dave Latanick, secretaryg Bill Niro, Wayne Zavotka, second vice-president. treasurer, Eric Kunz, presidentg Joe Dagata, project chairmang Boys' Boosters sell tickets to students during lunch periods. 88 The 1963-64' Boys Booster Club, advised by Mr. David Kaiser, performed many services for the stu- dents at Valley Forge High School. The boys char- tered the buses to all the away games during both football and basketball seasons. Also, the club sold the Patriot Sketch Book, a review and record of the 1962 football season. At the annual Dadls Night game, the Boys Boosters Club treated the players' fathers to coffee, doughnuts, and cigars. During the basket- ball season, the members of the club worked behind the concession stand selling popcorn, pop, and candy. Although this was the club's first operating year, it was successful with its many endeavors. SCHUOL SPIRIT BEFORE AND DUR G GAMES GIRLS BOOSTERS Karen Kozak, chairman of card sectiong Paulette Fenda, secretaryg Georganne Amon, treasurer, Judy Erikson, chairman of poster committeeg Sue Pecora, chairman of tag committeeg Judy Zulauf, president, Marcia Visen, chairman Promoting strong school spirit in all phases of student life was the main purpose of the Girls Boosters Club, supervised by Miss Sandra Kovach and Miss Lynne Grathwol. Membership was open to all interested girls. Among the group's many projects were the homecoming display, the production and distribution of pep tags, Valley Forge Patriot booster button sales, and a dance in January. The girls donated baskets of food to needy families at Thanks- giving and Christmas. The officers for the 1963-64- school year were Judy Zulauf, presidentg Cathy Chaffin and BarbaraGKent, vice-presidents, Paulette Fenda, secretary, and Georgeanne Amon, treasurer. of announcement committee, Marian Todor, chairman of program committeeg Linda Hicks, chairman of dance committee, Cathy Chaffin, second vice-president. NOT PICTURED: Barb Kent, first vice-president. Girls Boosters Donna Griesbach, Gwen Miller, Carol Bowker, and Judi Enkson, put up a poster urging the Patriots on to victory. 89 UIVIEROUS CANTEENS A D ASSEMBLIES CANTEEN COMMITTEE BOT- l TOM ROW: Donna Antonelli, Kathy Slach, Lee Major, Marsha Pergler, Georgene Tachuk. SECOND ROW: Debby Caves, Donna Sutak, Pat Frank- lin, Cathy Chaffin, Sue Meeth, Gail Kulcsar. THIRD ROW: Georganne Amon, Judy Zulauf, Jeannie Hulec, Gary Cumz, Melanie Radlick, SueAnn Pecora. The Queen's Dance and the benefit dance for CARE were two special projects of the Canteen Committee. This committee, advised by Mr. Donald Dinsmore, consisted of five mem- bers elected from each class with Gary Gumz as chairman, Patricia Offtermatt as assistant chairman, Marsha Pergler as secretary, and Cathy Chaffin as treasurer. The dances planned by the committee provided recreation for the student body, and the proceeds were used for a senior scholarship. Canteens provide a welcome change from the academic lives of students. RE PLANNED BY STUDENT COMMITTEES STUDENT ASSEMBLY ACOM- MITTEE SEATED: Sue Meeth, Gwen Miller, Ellen Messerknecht. STANDING: David Rodgers, Allen Musheno. The Student Assembly Committee, headed by Gwen Miller and advised by Mrs. Gladys Taliak, was responsible for the many pep rallies, musical concerts, and awards programs held during the 1963-64 school year. Two outstanding assemblies which featured pianist Frederic Sjobiarn and vocalist Maxine Titus were the apex of an excellent schedule of assemblies. The Stage Crew, advised by Mr. Bernard Specht, designed and built sets and provided lighting for the school plays. Headed by stage manager, Wayne Lukacsko, the group also provided props for con- certs, assemblies, and other auditorium programs. STAGE CREW C SEATED: .lim Sheridan, Chuck Richter. STANDING: Mike Rush, John Newland, Wayne Lukacsko, Gef Foster. 91 RITING T LENTS OF STUDE TS ARE BATTLECRY BOTTOM ROW: Linda Kare, circulation managerg Carol Hricisin, secretary, Rae Mendat, reporterg Kathie Dobro, reporter, Patricia Kay, second page editorg Janet Trytek, editorfin-chiefg Joanne Hassag Kathy McCinty, typistg Sharon German, sports editor, Beverly Corsica, fourth page editor. The Battlecry staff, advised by Mr. Lawrence Orosz, kept Valley Forge aware of the latest school news and activities. To supplement on-the-job experience, the staff attended the Cleveland Press Journalism Institute in the fall. They also made a display for open house which showed the steps in the production of a newspaper. Besides newspaper activities, the Battlecry staff sponsored many school social events. These included VF,s first hootenanny and the first Blue Battlecry staff puts final corrections on its copy before sending it to the printer. 92 SECOND ROW: Terri Tvorik, writer, Chuck Caron, first page editorg Paul Sullivan, photographer, Jesse Epstein, writerg Lee Major, advertisingg Pete Wachter, photographerg Bob Buker, business managerg Bob Truscello, sports writerg Lesli Ross. and White Night Dance, which honored the par- ticipants in the fall sports. Editor-in-chief of the Battlecry was Jan Trytekg first page editor was Chuck Caron, second page editor was Pat Kay, third page editor was Sharon German, fourth page editors were Bob Buker and Beverly Corsica, and business editor was Bob Buker. Mr. Kenneth Noetzel served as business adviser. Battlecry photographers, Paul Sullivan and Pete Wachter, appraise pictures for the next issue. DISPL YED I THE ANVIL D ask it Akmm Q,., . ,kxx.X X.,QN.k W ,,.xQ.e. A . sw XYSL3 X M NN - --e X- ::.,s:..e.:,s,'-W, Stories, poems, and essays written by students appeared in the Anvil, the Valley Forge literary magazine. The student staff evaluated all submitted material and determined which selections were to be printed. Miss Judith Crockett and Miss Janice Viscomi advised the editorial staff and Mr. Frank Kroggel served as art adviser. B TTLECRY Anvil critics evaluate literary works. ANVIL STAFF BOTTOM ROW! C8l'0l Schllellef, Diaile Candy Marr, Alice Kaska, Diane Ruppelt, Karen Kruk. THIRD Detore, Diane Strmiska, Barb Christman, Norma Rohde, Linda ROW: Kgthee Kaine, Jesse Epstein, Janice Baratta, Kathy AIJCHS, Lafaifle Wfllkllp, Linda W6il6I', SUS3-11 Jones- SECOND Andrews, Marlene Chrewan, Marcia Jones, Barbara Foster, ROW: Janice Murzyn, Sue Wolf, Kathy McCann, Carol Axon, Pat Evanchak,Gary Michalek. , A 93 E BERS OF THE RCHI E STAFF POOLED ARCHIVE BUSINESS STAFF: Jean Santner, Sandra Ammiller, business manager, Mrs. Katherine Szmagala, faculty adviserg Virginia Hughes. With the experience of one yearbook behind them, the Archive editors gathered in August to eval- uate the 1963 book, to discuss the information gained by two staff members who attended a journalism workshop during the summer, and to begin planning the 1964- yearbook. The theme was chosen and the entire book was planned before the beginning of school. After school started, the entire staff was involved with the frustration of meeting copy dead- lines, re-scheduling pictures which had not turned ARCHIVE TYPING STAFF: Carolyn Ambrozy, Kathy Slach, typing editorg Judy Kruggel. 94 William Niro, editor-in-chiefg Miss Lillian Korba, faculty adviser Jeanne Nesbit, literary editor. out, proofreading everything, and making last minute changes so deadlines could be met. The calm super- vision of Bill Niro, editor-in-chief, and Jeanne Nesbit, literary editor, as well as the advice of Miss Lillian Korba, faculty adviser, enabled the entire staff to meet and overcome all crises. With the last deadline met, staff members were able to relax slightly, but the real sense of satisfaction did not come until the l964Archive arrived in late May. QRCHIVE PHOTOGRAPHERS: David Lowdermilk, John unter. TALENTS TO PROD CE LITY BOOK r ARCHIVE EDITORS AND ASSISTANTS BOTTOM J ROW: Sue Meeth, underclass editorg Judy Erikson, assistant underclass editorg Judy Demski, art editorg Carol Kuhn, assistant b layout editorg Jeanne Nesbit, literary editorg Diane Strmiska, assistant activities editorg Judi Lessing, assistant faculty editorg Marcia Jones, faculty editor. SECOND ROW: Sue Ann Pecora, assistant senior editorg Barb Dienes, senior editorg Kathy Slach typing editorg Linda Werner, student life editorg Carol Cooper girls' sports editorg Del Schumacher, layout editorg Bill Niro editor-in-chiefg Skip Musheno, boys' sports editorg Susie Schwartz activities editor. ARCHIVE WRITERS: Bob Soppelsa, Judie Offtermatt, Bonnie Hoffman, Judy Uhinck, F ran Lipprnvann, Carol Greenberg, Paulette Fenda, Cindy Grahl, Gary Gumz. 95 DEB TERS BECOGNIZED BY NFL DEBATE TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Barb Andrews, Barb Belskis, Karen Wheeler, Rita Miller. SECOND ROW: Linda From mid-November to late March, the VF debate team met almost every Saturday in inter- scholastic debate. The topic for the year was Re- solved: That Social Security benefits should be ex- tended to include medical care. The varsity debate team was especially proud of the first place trophy it won in competition against twenty-four other Cleve- land area teams. Adviser for this active group was Miss Barbara Greider. Toth, Greg Kalina, Arthur Clow, John Grisik, Dick Stender. Such famous leaders as Richard Nixon were once active members of the National Forensic League. Valley Forge's chapter, advised by Miss Barbara Greider, was made up of students who had participated in various oratorical contests and de- bates. These students were awarded points according to their ability, and degrees of merit, honor, excel- lence, and distinction were awarded to them accord- ing to these points. NFL BOTTOM ROW: Jeanette Ruth, Nancy Bucher, Barb Andrews. SECOND ROW: Ed Folsom, Gary Gumz, John Grisik, 96 Jim Briggs. THESPIANS BROADE FINE ARTS PROGRAM THESPIANS BOTTOM ROW: Ilona Harrison, Marilyn Miller, Robert Buker, Donna Antonelli, Carol Georgeff, Bob Soppelsa, president, Jeff Jones, vice-presidentg Ed Folsom, treasurerg Gini Lowdermilk, secretary, Kathy Schultz, Kathie Maier, Nancy Bucher. SECOND ROW: Diane Alexander, Marion Sorge, Jackie Gill, Daniel Tobik, Linda Hicks, Sheryl Rimer, Sue Wolf, Linda Valley Forge,s Thespian troupe 2019, under the direction of Mrs. Jacqueline Mayer, produced Shakes- peare's comedy As You Like It in February for their annual project. The thirty-seven members of the honorary dramatics society also helped to produce the Reik, Noreen Abookire, Susan Hermanson, Sharon Hermanson. THIRD ROW: SueAnn Pecora, Kathie Dobro, Sue Ratzloff, Barb Bartell, John Dyck, Connie Gary, Lorra Rose,.loe Gary, Dave Hartman, Jacquie Sokolowski, Timothy Krafcik, Eija Kling, Ronald Long, Sue Schumann. fall play, The Mouse That Roared, and they staged the spring musical. Officers were Bob Soppelsa, presi- dentg Jeff Jones, vice-president: Gini Lowdermilk, secretary, and Ed Folsom, treasurer. THESPIAN-OFFICERS: Bob Soppelsa, president, Gini Lowdermilk, secretary, Jeff Jones, vice-president, Ed Folsom, treasurer. SERVICE GROUPS ASSIST MEMBERS OF LIBRARY PAGES BOTTOM ROW: Linda Miller, Sandy Prusak, Sandy Gross, Donna Wolf, Kerry Courtis, Barb Andrews. SECOND ROW: Nadine Godman, Sandra Felice, Claudia Sedlack, Barb Hornack, Mary Murray, Kathy Kafun, Bev Odell, Many Valley Forge students volunteered their free periods to work as library pages. Charging out books, checking returned books, collecting fines, and filing cards were their duties behind the counter. Circulating around the library, other pages shelved books, ran errands, and helped students locate books. Joanne Pape, Ellen Bier. THIRD ROW: .lim Dworznik, Janet Choeky, Susan Jadrych, Shirley Manchek, Ralph Olmutz, .ludy Holm, Ken Fritz, Kathee Kaine, Brenda Wilson, .lames Horvath. The busy office staff of Valley Forge was aided by the numerous volunteer office pages. Filing student schedules, working with IBM cards, keeping the office neat, running errands, and performing the miscellaneous duties requested of them by the office personnel were the duties of the volunteers. OFFICE PAGES BOTTOM ROW: Jud Hang, Carol Tagliaferro, Lynne Frederick, Kathy Fuerhofif, Betty Wolff, Nancy Ihde, Barbara Roberts, Rosemary Sotak, Carleen Roberts, Barbara Walder, .lan Salay, Rita Zietlow, .lan Frietsch, Nancy Caldun. SECOND ROW: Sue Harrison, Paula Sanyi, Charlotte Kaderabek, Mary Lou Cornelius, Karen Swartwood, Kathy White, Judy Zambory, Mary Leonard, Dennis Foster, Sue Ann Pecora, 98 Barbara Hosic, Cathy Holford, Leslie Fix, Cheryl Quast, Marilyn Butts, Linda Zaccaro, Sharyn Konrad. THIRD ROW: .lanette Childs, Sue Molinari, Ann Kuchling, Georgiana Hawran, Mary ,lean Cvannitelli, Barbara LoCastro, Kathee Kaine, ,lanice Baratta, .lulianne Mlakar, Chris Kozimor, Sally McGary, Marcia Visen, Diane Podhradsky, Millie Hodge, Diane Bartens, Diane Jost, Donna Shayko, Cheryl Shone, .leanette Ruth, Pam Hunter. THE ADMINISTRATION AND STUDE T BODY CLINIC AIDES SEATED: Linda Momie. STANDING: , Thompson, Mrs- Maloch, Barb L0Castr0, Pam Hunter, Marsha Janet Salay. Gretchen Voll. Sue Robbins. Lorra Rose. Karen Kutchk0,Francis SiUIJiHI1SkY- 'B The clinic aides were an important service group at Valley Forge. They were trained to admin- ister minor first aid so that they could care for slight injuries and minor illnesses of the students. Also, the girls kept accurate clinic records and acted as pages for the school nurse, Mrs. Shirley Maloch. The numerous volumes of the Valley Forge library were complemented by the wide variety of paperback books found in the bookstore adjacent to the library. Students, under the supervision of Mr. David Grodhaus, served as clerks in the store. Their responsibilities included keeping the shelves in order, selling the books, and keeping records of all purchases. PAPERBACK BOOKSTORE WORKERS BOTTOM ROW: Linda Tomasch, Marge Synk, Beverly Schwarzmann, Kathy Lynne Jackson, Elaine Bachman, Kathy Juras, Judi Luke, Chris Andrews, Scott August, Betty Synk, Ruth Payne, Linda Kinbaum. Chmielewski, Karen Schulz, Betty Snyder. SECOND BOW: 99 AV CREW AND WVFH KEEP STUDENTS AUDIO VISUAL CREW BOTTOM ROW: Dave Cochran, Rebar,Karen Urban, Al Bachner. THIRD ROW: ,IeffKachelein, Eric Dod,Bob Schmitt, Doug Lichvar, Emi1Mikulas,RichKoharik, Frank Stead, Bill Fixley, Rich Stahurski, Wayne Lukacsko, Larry Coates. SECOND ROW: Rich Martin, Ed Folsom, Roger Henning, Don Gray,Bert Hockenberry. Margaret Grabiec, Joseph Golombek, Richard Schenke, Bob AV crew member, Don Gray, regulates the sound for the morn- ing show. 100 Members of the Audio Visual Crew gained prac- tical experience about the operation of radio and television apparatus as they provided a service for the rest of the school. It was the responsibility of this club to deliver tape recorders, phonographs, and film projectors to teachers for use in class. They were also responsible for producing sound effects for plays, assemblies, and the WVFH morn- ing shows, '6The Patriots' Voice." As an experi- mental project, the crew operated a closed-circuit television camera at all home football games for the benefit of those people in, or near, the concession stands. I FORMED ABO T ALL SCHOOL ACTIVITIES Giving complete coverage on subjects of interest to the student body was WVFH, the G'Patriots' Voice on Independencef, Some of the responsi- bilities of the group were the announcing of club meetings and school bulletins, the promotion of school games and dances, and the issuance of edi- torials of school importance. This group was advised by Mr. Paul Kirby. Morning Show announcers, Bob Olive and Ed Folsom, inform the student body of coming events. WVFH ANNOUNCERS BOTTOM ROW: Sue Hostal. SECOND ROW: Sue Ann Pecora, Donna Antonelli, Ed Folsom. THIRD ROW: Bob Schmitt, Bob Olive. 101 STUDENTS PURSUE VARIED TERESTS LATIN CLUB BOTTOM BOW: Laraine Walkup, Candy Marr, Sandy Fritsch, Johanna Kijanko, Kathy McCann, Rick Wojcik, Carol Lohmann, Beth Bubuli, Karen Weber, Linda Benke. SECOND ROW: James Horvath, Sondra Galaboff, Carol Axon, Mary An Naymik, Julianne Mlakar, Marilyn Demeter, Promoting interest in Latin and Roman life was the purpose of the Latin Club. They met bi- monthly and held special events such as the annual Roman Banquet. Officers were Rick Wojcik, presi- dent, Kathy McCann, vice-president, Carol Lohmann, secretary, and Johanna Kijanko. treasurer. Advising this busy and active club was Miss Mary Chambers. Terry Jurick, Barb Christman, Leslie Dahn, Carol Reed, Ann Bur- hoe, Gary Yano. THIRD ROW: Diane Ruppelt, Janet Werkner, Bev Odell, Ginny Hughes, Kathleen Baird, Ted Schiffrik, Bill Fixley, Richard Desmone, Marcia Jones, Anne Zelley, Diane Strmiska, JoAnn Kessler, Carole Kamorowski. Monthly meetings, special projects, and field trips kept the Valley Forge Spanish Club, advised by Mrs. Gail Wagner and Miss Lynn Grathwol, busy. The group attended a Spanish movie and a ballet, ate at a Spanish restaurant, and planned a booth for the All School Party. Officers were Dave Latanik, president, Sue Hermanson and Linda Lopez, vice-presidents, Carol Rzyskowki, secretary, and .lan Trytek, treasurer. SPANISH CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Pat Baker, Chris Chmiel- ewski, George Lignos, Ken Penkal, Tom Dedrick, John Hunter, Carol Rzepkowski, Susan Hermanson, Dave Latanick, Linda Lopez, Janet Trytek, John Fricker, Connie Wolff, Kathy Slach, Tina Lopez, Ann Maxsymin. SECOND ROW: Sue Sappington, Mary Jane Jacobs, Kathy Keiser, Gwen Hausser, Cindy Hassel- schwert, Nancy Kotasek, Judy Kruggel, Claudia Sedlack, Sheryl Nash, Kathie Dobro, Bobby Ann Ehrlich, Elaine Bachman, Linda Hicks, Sue Rakow, Diane Ruppelt, Leslie Dahn, Sharon Herman- 102 son. THIRD ROW: Ellen Berger, Connie O'Brien, Carol Ekblad, Nadine Godman, Jan Samolis, Judi Tuskes, Sally Lamb, Diane Kurek, Margie Grisak, Judy Grigas, Carol Hudson, Carol Vacca, Lynn Needham, Pam Hunter, Karen LeHotan, Linda Spicer, Sandy Sutton. FOURTH ROW: Randy Karberg, Paul Reinke, Ken Fritz, Cheryl Dietz, Kathy Winter, Diane Fuller, Kathy Andrews, Chris Kozimor, Bobbi Schueler, Pat Parks, Cheryl Coppella, Lynda Hertel, Barbara Foster, Cindy Grabinski, Nancy Kason, Nadine Davis. THROUGH LANGUAGE D SCIE CE CLUBS MATH CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Laraine Walkup, Scott Paint- ing, Carol Axon, Bill Fixley, Chris Fernelius, Susie Schwartz, Beverly Thomas. SECOND ROW: Mary Alice Horvath, Gary Michalek, Dan Goetz, Karen Antall, Susan Jones, John Thompson, The Math Club advised by Mr. Loren Castor, was open to all students who had a genuine interest in the intricate and complex world of mathematics. The agenda of each meeting usually included the discussion of one or more of the principles of math Marilyn Demeter, Craig Petersen. THIRD ROW: Ronald Noga, Jim Sharkus, Wayne Lukacsko, Del Schumacher, Lee Branst, Don Winarski, John Kobs. or the solution of difficult problems and puzzles. The officers of this year's club were Bill Fixley, presi- dent, Susie Schwartz, vice-president, Carol Axon, treasurerg and Chris Fernelius, secretary. Karen Antall and Bill Fixley demonstrate the use of the slide rule to the Math club. 10 1 I oLYMP1AN D Truro HI-Y'S Pao IDE OLYMPIAN HI-Y BOTTOM ROW: Jim Jankura, Jim n Vacca. THIRD ROW: Hal Meyer, David Latanick, Butch Speck, Savarda, Bob Madey, Rick Kunz. SECOND ROW: Ron Step- anik, Jan Michaud, John Loebs, Guy Latimer, Mat Mellis, Dick Olympian Hi-Y members listen attentively to business at their meeting. 04 Joe Dagata, Jim Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Ron Sency, Bill Bour- quin, Jeff Jones, Bill Niro, Gene Zayac, Gary Gumz. Being one of the newest clubs in the school last year, the Olympian Hi-Y was eager to participate in all school functions. A booth at the Spring Carnival and the promotion of school spirit took much of the c1ub's time as did the many services performed for Valley Forge by the club. The boys also did charitable work during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. The officers of the club were Jim Jankura, presidentg Jim Savarda, vice-presidentg Bob Madey, treasurerg Jeff Jones, secretaryg and Rick Kunz, sergeant-at-arms. The club adviser was Mr. Thomas Malone. B ORTHWHILE EXTRACURRIC L R CTI ITIE The purpose of Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the home, school, and community. Valley F orge's Triton Hi-Y, co-sponsored by the Y.M.C.A. and the school, offered boys excellent social and athletic programs with expert guidance. Advised by Mr. Vern Kraushaar, the Tritons performed many services for the community this year, including the usual distribution of Thanksgiving baskets to needy families. Officers were president, Terry Spenglerg vice- president, Dave Kotasekg secretary, Don Haberkostg treasurer, Ted Castorg sergeant-at-arms, Dave Petras, and chaplain, Ed Folsom. Triton officers Terry Spengler, Dave Petrus, and Dave Kotasek discuss the club's emblem. TRITONS BOTTOM ROW: Dave Harden, Dave Petras, Russ Todia, .lim Briggs. THIRD ROW: George Matis, Dave Dave Kotasek, Ed Folsom, Ted Castor, Dave Cochran. SECOND KCIICSOII, Gary Hooker, .lay Prllehs, Dave Bohmer, Lee Major, ROW: Dave Rodgers, Don Shafer, Tom Kasych, Bob Buker, B0b Reichelt. 105 Y-TEENS AND KEY CL R SER E THE KEY CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Ted Schiffrik, Jim Haug, Jeff Hartlieb, Jim Taylor, Gene Zayac, Ken Fritz, Jim Sadowski, Ted Castor, Jack Prentice. SECOND ROW: Dave Haburchak, Tim Taylor, Rick Goodyear, Ed Folsom, Micheal-Scott, Alan Arthur, Del Drake, Dave Rodgers, Don Shafer, Joe Dagata, Jim Jim Haug informs Gene Zayac and Joe Dagata of the procedure for collecting for United Appeal. 106 Savarda, Jim Gore. THIRD ROW: John Fricker, Gef Foster, Frank Neubecker, Chuck Necker, Mike Schreiber, Del Schu- macher, Tony Kijanko, Mike Yurcheshen, Bill Niro, Gary Mich- alek, Gary Gumz, Jim Marek, Jerry Johnson. Striving to serve the school and the community, the Key Club had a very busy year. Advised by Mr. Walter Schlemmer, the club once again sold calen- dars in the fall of the year and continued to assist a paralyzed girl with her exercises. Sponsored by the Parma Kiwanis Club, the members partici- pated in the United Appeal drive and made charitable contributions during the holiday season. In the spring of the year, the club was repre- sented by a numberlof boys at the state-wide con- vention of Key Clubs in Cincinnati. A SCHOOL D THE COMM ITY Y-TEENS BOTTOM ROW: Betsy Green, Jeanne Nesbit, Sharon Pavlik, Gayle Duplaga, Linda Zaccaro, Ginny Hughes, Sheri Glenn, Judy Kruggel, Sheryl Nash, Linda Toth, Elaine Burke, Sue Meeth, Judy Presley, Cheryl Dietz, Jeanne Cowley, Carol Schueller, Deanna Swalley, Linda Kerins, Carol Georgeff. SECOND ROW: Linda Weiler, Sandra Ammiller, Claudia Sed- lack, Joanne Glowacki, Sharon Roush, Linda Binder, Joyce Olsen, Diane Bartens, Lynne Contofalsky, Loretta Jane Thomas, Service, study, and recreation were the three main objectives of the Y-Teens advised by Mrs. Nancy Volpe and Miss Margie Smith. The group met every other week at Ridgewood YMCA-YWCA, where swimming facilities were available for the girls after each meeting. A get-acquainted party featuring Marge Synk, Sue Wolf, Karen Antall, Elaine Gall, Edelgard Bopple, Karen Kruk, Lana Bryan. THIRD ROW: Kathie Dobro, Marilyn Trepke, Barbara Roberts, Paula Sanyi, Karen Dietz, Linda Werner, Rita Mecsko, Judy Zulauf, Carol Greenberg, Pam Grey, Sue Bolen, Sheryl Meder, Sue Ann Peeora, Lynn Veholz, Florence Hartline, Jackie McDonald, Barb Walder, Karen J ech, JoAnn Incorvia. a folk singing group, started the year's activities. To collect toys for orphans the Y-Teens held a dance charging toys for admission. The club's ,officers were Linda Toth, president, Sue Meeth, vice-presi- dentg Elaine Burke, secretary, and Judy Presley, treasurer. Y-TEENS BOTTOM ROW: Kathi Riley, Charlene Myers, Marty McConald, Linda Sartini, Marcia Duke, Karen Blower, Judy Goebl, Geri Hunt, Sue Schumann, Candy Kaniecki, Kathy Slach, Pam Monachino. SECOND ROW: Caren Klingman, Sue Benedict, Diane Davis, Judi Luke, Diane Stoll, Janet Scott, Barb Sartini, Linda Deacon, Pat Stoddard, Sue Dzurik, Connie DeOreo, Karen Smith, Mary Ellen Karales, Darlene Sollberger. THIRD ROW: Dorian Shatto, Donna Burke, Sally Loika, Barb Moser, Carolyn Pogalies, Veronica Kish, Carla Conway, Gail Kulc- sar, Betty Synk, Linda Kinbaum, Betty Snyder, Ann Nielsen, Kathie Maier. FOURTH ROW: Jean Santner, Cathy Schaedel, Kathy Nowak, Karen Spanagel, Janet Brown, Lin Shelton, Sue Kinsman, Chris Kozimor, Melanie Radlick, Bobbi Schueler, Ellen Hill, Arleen Sellman, Cathy Basen, Nancy Kotasek, Sa-lly Lamb. 10 7 LETTERMQE -OUTSTANDING ATHLETES LETTERMEN BOTTOM ROW: Dante Palange, Ron Mucha, Gary Sefl, Jim Charvat, Ron Sency, Bob Truscello, Dave Preston, John Loebs, Dave Lovelady, Dick Nowak, Thomas Cahal, .lim Thompson, Frank Sandusky. SECOND ROW: Stan Parrish, Earl Graham, Bill Kerlin, Jeff Hartlieb, George Dietz, Tony Hren. The 1963-64 Lettermen's Club was composed of those boys who received school letters for their efforts and achievements in varsity athletics. Mr. Robert Ramlow served as adviser of the group. The officers were Dave Preston, president, Dave Lovelady, vice-presidentg Bob Truscello, secretary, Ed Zaremba, Ellis Moose, Emil Mikulas, John Guska, Butch Speck, Larry Selivaniv. THIRD ROW: Don Caravona, John Ference, Chuck Scavone, Eric Kunz, Dave Kencson, Tom Biller, Jim Bonk, Jay Pruehs, Jim Jankura, Gene Stasiak, Scott Hill, Fred Simcic. and John Loebs, treasurer. The high point of club life came at the end of basketball season. The senior lettermen played the men of the faculty in a basket- ball game which was followed by a dance in the cafe- teria. 108 Lettermen play basketball at their meeting. TEENS GOVER -BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE BOYS' STATE: Gary Gumz, Bill Niro, Mike Yurcheshen. GIRLS' STATE: Pat Offtermatt, Georganne Amon, Diane Detore. Last summer, the State of Ohio was suddenly divided into three states as the 1963 Buckeye Boys' and Girls' States were formed. The program was sponsored by the American Legion and run by high school juniors who were selected to represent their respective schools from the various school districts in the state. The students ran a mock state government which started with cam- paigns and elections and eventually led to a functioning Buckeye State government. Everyone gained valuable knowledge about the organization of the government and made many lasting friendships. Scene of Boys' State-Ohio University. Scene of Girls' State-Capitol University. 109 Always we cherish thee, Valley F orge H igh. l STUDENTS SOPHUMORES Sophomore girls get together during eighth period lunch to talk over the day's activities. With a mixture of apprehension, anticipation, and perhaps even fear, 923 ninth graders left the comfort of supervision at junior high to become sophomores with greater independence and respons- ibility at Valley Forge Senior High. The first few days were marked by the confusion of trying to find lockers, attempting to decide which side of the hall had the even numbered rooms, and trying to dis- cover how to get to-the opposite end of the school in the least time. Within a short time, however, the sophomores were able to find their classes and remember their locker numbers. Initial bewilder- ment disappeared as they became acquainted with upperclassmen and began participating in the sports, clubs, and other activities which enabled them to become a part of life at Valley Forge. Sophomores Diane Davis and Donna Burke boost school spirit by selling balloons at a football game. 112 EW HoR1zoNs AHEAD Fon THE CLASS or :66 10-1 BOTTOM ROW: Linda Alston, Kathy Banker, Mike Baranuk, Sue Aiello, Sam Barile, Pat Baker, Rick Baird. SECOND ROW: Suzie Arndt, Jackie Armstrong, Linda Abens, Jay Baloun, Cheryl Adair, George Baronak, Kathy Balogh, Phyllis Arendt, Nick Amaddio. THIRD ROW: Jerry Abraham, Gary Amore, Joyce Balint, Cliff Barbour, John Atamanec, Dorrie Adams, Jim Armstrong, Greg Barber, Sarah Alderson, Rich Adams, Bill Auvil, NOT PICTURED: Julie Alley, George Arenschield, Forrest Auvil, Alan Bachner, John Barbarotta. 10-3 BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Brownfield, Dale Bittner, Sandy Bozik, Jane Borling, Ann Burhoe, Don Buckholz. SECOND ROW: Ross Black, Karen Blower, Bob Burg, Eileen Bulcroft, Rick Bradley, Pat Brand, Tom Bores, ,Sharon Bray, Danny Bonfield, Janet Brown, Monica Brozak. THIRD ROW: Brad Burgess, Rod Brenner, Marybeth Bogesch, Bill Brown, Wayne Blabolil, Diane Blanda, Bill Borisa, Barb Brada, Dan Brown, Bruce Boadway. NOT PIC- TURED: Barry Black, Joe Bogar, Barb Boysko, Bob Brent, Gerry Brown. 10-2 BOTTOM ROW: Noreen Berna, Evelyn Bevier,Kathy Bevilacqua, Sharon Bedevelsky, Linda Barto, Barb Belskis, Linda Benke, Carol Bartlett. SECOND ROW: Ralph Bittel, Barry Bauer, Mary Belter, John Basehore, Sue Benedict, Ellenl'Bier, Tom Becker, Barb Bernot, Dave Barry, Bill Bedillion. THIRD ROW: Joseph Bishop, Cathy Basen, Bob Bielawski, Janet Bernacki, Bill Becka, Debbie Beal, Phil Bartek, Barb Bentler, Dennis Batig, Elaine Benich. NOT PIC- TURED: Danny Barrows, Barb Bartell, Janet Barto, Tim Belko, Barb Bibro, Jeanne Biggs. 10-4 BOTTOM ROW: Elizabeth Caldwell, Carne Cheris, Jackie Burrell, Rosemarie Chubokas, Barb Chomik, Chris Chmielewski, Janette Childs. SECOND ROW: Sue Christian, Dale Cardwell, Shirley Callaghan, Diana Chapman, Joyce Clark, George Bush. THIRD ROW: Ron Cimmino, Wally Calaway, Cheryl Cioletti, Pat Cioletti, Gary Chmielarski, Lon Clark, Donna Burke, Gerry Chappell. FOURTH ROW: Tom Christian, Ted Chanter, Joan Cassese, Marlene Chrewan, Michael Chaky, John Casale, Carolyn Carretta, Shirley Busch. NOT PICTURED: Jack Burton. 1013 CLASS OF '66 IS PROUD TO DD TO THE 10-5 BOTTOM ROW: Katie Cosby, I Cheryl Connor, Alan Coyner, Leslie Dahn, Larry Coates, Daisy Danelishen, James Comienski, Kathy Darmstadt, Mike Daniels, Carla Conway. SEC- OND ROW: Greg Coates, Pat Clark, Jim Danelishen, Marlene Cochran, Chris Colonna, Rosanne Dagata, Diane Davis, Mike Dagnan, Chris Conover, Sam Dandrea. THIRD ROW: Tom Cooper, Cheryl D'Amico, Nancy Custer, Gary Costanzo, Doug Colaric, Donna Cole, Cindy Cook, Cheryl Coppella, Cal Craig, Ernie Csire. NOT PICTURED: Ron Cooper, Ron Coppella, Tom Corbett, Carol D'Amico, Tim Dailey, Jim Dalessandro. Franco, Bernadette Devlin, Jim Day, Charleen Deucher, Mary Ellen Dubick, Gary Dillon, Peg Devera, John De- Girolamo. SECOND ROW: Margie Dowdell, Chester DiBenedetto, Linda Dech, Tom Duffy, Dianne Dumford, Bernie Diable, Connie DeOreo, Greg Davis, Marcia Duke, Terry Davis, Pete Detore. THIRD ROW: Ron Dompier, John Decker, Donna Demko, Gus DiFiore, Gerry Deli, Dustin Dorn- brook, John Downing, Karen Dinse, Joe Drago, Sue Dodick, Gary Davis, Linda Deacon. NOT PICTURED: Elaine Dunn. ABOVE: The JV basketball team wins the first game of the season by beating John Marshall. RIGHT: Sophomore canteen committee member, Gail Kulcsar, admits . students into a dance. 114 10-6 BOTTOM ROW: Gerri Di- L: Wai i lQ'X,fwi5 HERITAGE OF VALLEY FORGE HIGH 10-8 BOTTOM ROW: Dave Fox, Rudy Germ, Dick Frankenberg, Nancy Galdun, Denny Goebelt, Judy Goebl, Lucy Giaimo, John Fricker, Vicki Fratalonie, Tom Glennon, Cindy Gilchrist, Mike Gerace. SECOND ROW: Judie Frank, Pat Franklin, Chuck Gainey, Mike Frolin, Jeff Genzen, Bruce GiroskY, .lim Gartman, Francis Goodwin, Jim Fuller, Bill Gibson, John Ghrist, Nadine Godman, Carol Goodwin. NOT PICTURED: Elizabeth Frankenberg, Susan Fulker- son, Gust Gallucci, Tim Galvin, John Gannon, Richard Garapic, Larry it u'sx,r:,iyiir 10-7 BOTTOM ROW: Bob Elwood, Ed Eibel, Diane Eggett, George Flamik, Barb Fox, Donna Feher, Craig Fauhel, Sandra Felice, Jim Eden. SECOND ROW: Phil Ellinwood, Sue Dzurik, Tim Ferguson, Dan Flick, Diane Floro, Ed Flegel, Sharon Forbus, Dan Eisen- hart, Sue Fierle, Laurence Ferrini, Christine Ferencz. THIRD ROW: Andy Fitiak, Anthony Durda, Chris Filson, Tom Flament, Penny Eyman, Dave Fabian, Barbara Foster, Tom Filous, Mary Duplaga, Len Fiore, Frances Eckerfield, Jon Fisher. NOT PICTURED: Neil Dwyer, Donna Edwards, Karen Faulhammer, Tom Fierle. X Class of '66 is well represented by their officers Bill Gibson, treasurerlg Gail Kulscar, secretary, Barb Bartell, vice-president, John Poggendorf, president, with adviser, Miss Thelma Kanaris. 115 F'S ESTABLISHED TR DITIONS ARE 10-10 BOTTOM ROW: Jim Harian, Judy Haug, Bill Hehmeyer, Sue Harrison, Terry Hartman, Donna Herron, Don Hartman, Carol Hesseman. SECOND ROW: Barb Hinegardner, Darrell Hayn, Linda Haug, Roger Harper, Carol HCDP, Sue Harris, Ron Heppner, Sharon Hetzel, Joyce Hibian, Noreen Herman. THIRD ROW: Marge Hennel, Ellen Hill, Rich Hatvany, Sue Henninger, Norbert Hepp, Chuck Hasman, Lynda Hertel, John Hlavaty, Pete Heidenreich, Pat Hawran. NOT PICTURED: Donald Hartley, Dan Haupt, Charles Hays, Robert Herman, Richard Hodar. 10-12 BOTTOM ROW: Melinda Judd, Sue Kalilich, Lou Katzan, Barb Kassouf, Sharon Kaminski, Mara Kaugurs, Mary Ellen Karales, Joyce Karlosky. SECOND ROW: Cindy Jones, Dwain Kibler, Jim Kerlin, Lee Kamps, Sharon Jorgensen, Bill Kathrien, Ethel Jefferson, Dave Karnowski, Al Kapustar, Nick Kenny, Ed Kettler. THIRD ROW: Pat Jones, Kathy Kafun, Gary Kader, Durand Keaton, Lin Jicha, Dennis Kalita, Susan Johnston, Ken Kasnyik, Joyce Kaska, Greg Kapela, Karen Kepes. NOT PICTURED: Gayle Jenkins, Sylvi Junno, Phillip Justice, Ronald Justice, Steve Karleski, Ronald Kerner. 116 10-9 BOTTOM ROW: Laurel Gubics, Judy Grigas, Lynn Grunau, John Grove, Rob Grace, Deanna Haberkost, Sandra Gross, Janelle Green. SECOND ROW: Michael Groenke, Melanie Hammond, Alice Haller, Steve Habusta, Steve Halasz, Diane Hardy, Norma Hamilton, Karin Guthrie, Sam Gurrera, Linda Hamula. THIRD ROW: Richard Gray, Melinda Hammond, Eileen Hannan, Anthony Hadovsky, Ted Grecenuk, Ken Hagen- berger, Al Graham, Cindy Grabinski, Connie Granfors, Byron Gravatt. NOT PICTURED: James Gorey, John Graber, Edwin Green, Emil' Greenberg, Patricia Guenther, Ethel Guthrie. 1 10-11 BOTTOM ROW: Carol Hudson, Jan Hribar, Mary Jane Jacobs, Linda Immormino, Fran Imbrigiotta, Barbara Jagusch, Barbara Jacobi. SECOND ROW: Barb Hornack, Beverly Jacobs, Donna J ech, J oe Hruby, Bob Jackson, Jim Horvath, Joe Immormino, Pat Hosic, Geri Hunt. THIRD ROW: Chris Jackson, Millie Hodge, Susan Jadrych, Judy Holm, Dick Ivancic, Dennis Jablonski, Gloria Hooker, Jeannie Hulec, Sandy Jarmusik, Chris Jarvis, Donna Hunter. NOT PICTURED: Charles Horvath, Nancy Hosey, Arthur Hulka, Jeanette Humenik, Jerome Jackel, Diana Javorsky. PHELD BY OUR THIRD SOPHOMORE CLASS 10-13 BOTTOM ROW: Pauline Kirstein, Cathy Kittinger, Joy Kirkpat- rick, Sharon Knapik, Dolly Kloos, Judi Kilbane, Caren Klingman, Sherrie Koch. SECOND ROW: Carole Komo- rowski, Frank Kish, Toby Kolman, Rich Koharik, Michele Kopp, Diane Koli- baba, Ron Kontur, Neal Kleiss, Pat Kolman, Veronica Kish. THIRD ROW: Linda Kolthoff, John Kocaja, Linda Kinbaum, George Kirchner, Greg Kirchner, Sue Kinsman, Karen Koenig, Rich Komar, Paula Kost, Walter Kit- tinger, Louise Koshock. NOT PIC- TURED: Terry Kilbane, Carol Killen. 10-15 BOTTOM ROW: Tom Lutz, Tina Lopez, Sally Loika, Dawn Linx, Georgia Mapes, Char Loparo, Judi Luke, Marlene Lucas, Dave Low- dermilk. SECOND ROW: George Lignos, Diane Leiby, Gary Lukasik, Mike Mack, Tom Leporati, Mary Leon- ard, Andrew Maar, Judy Lerch, Jul- ius Liguori, Lin Mackert, Greg Lioce. THIRD ROW: Joe Mamone, Paul Lemire, Darlene Leggett, George Ma- lek, Linda Link, Lance Malusky, Karen Lee, Wayne Makoski, Joanne Legan, Joe Lempner, Karen LeHotan. NOT PICTURED: David Lemp, Robert Majka. 10-14 BOTTOM ROW: Dan Kupniewski, Carol Kuhar, Dan Lanz- dorf, Judy Lasko, Mike Kulczycki, Barb Kurtz, Tony Lanza, Bill Kresanko. SECOND ROW: Jan Kowal, Gail Kulcsar, Larry Latine, Linda Lanzer, Gary Leahy, Nancy Kotasek, Fran Lawler, Shirley Kroboth, Bruce Latter, Lois Kreko. THIRD ROW: Dave Kriska, Nancy Kronenberger, John Kwak, Sheila Lauger, Jim Kuntz, Chris Kozimor, Joe Lacek, Sally Lamb, Ber- nie Kozak, Christine Latos, John Lascko. NOT PICTURED: Alan Krakowiak, Joseph Kubit, Joyce Latine. 10- 16 BOTTOM ROW: Linda Mc- Clintock, Mary Maschuk, Ann Max- symin, Judy Marr, Pat Marhefka. SECOND ROW: Bill McCleave, Linda Martell, Rich Martin, Vince Marzola, Bill Mascol, Jim McMahon, Marty Mc- Donald, David Mathews, Neil Martens. THIRD ROW: Denny Marsoun, Tom McFadden, Tom May, Marty Mc- Culloch, Ron Matyk, Dorothy Mayer, Gary Martinez, Mary Lou Marginian, Bob Mawhinney, Sandy Matuska, Doug Marx. NOT PICTURED: James Maradits, Larry Markowski. Charlotte Massoni, James Matea. Raymond Mayer, Ellen Mayernik. Nicholas Mazzeo, Robert McFarlane, Carole McLaughlin. 117 SOPHOMORES PRO E THEMSELVES TO BE A 10-17 BOTTOM ROW: Chris Morgan, Bob lVIileti, Monica Mitzo, Renee Meibert, Eugene Mion, Jim Metz, Marian McNoldy. SECOND ROW: Kim Meyer, Bill Mooradian, Linda Miller, Judy Miller, Kathy Mehalik, Phil Molina, Gene Melhuish, Jim Miklus, Dave Mobley. THIRD ROW: Mike Mlecik, Gifford Meyer, Rita Miller, Dale Mitchell, Sarah Moose, Dale Mielke, JoAnn Michalske, Ron Miller, Dan Monoc, Tim Mikulas, Edward Moore. NOT PICTURED: William Menear, Justine Milinkovich, Cheryl Millard, Kenneth Mohler, Thomas Morse, Barbara Moser. 118 ' LEFT: An Archive representative explains the yearbook to a sophomore homeroom. J ABOVE: JV cheerleaders this year are Nancy Gaulden, Sue Arndt, Charlene Myers, Jeannie Hulec, Melanie Radlick, and Karen Spanagel. 10-18 BOTTOM ROW: Ken N ayman, Diane Nehez, Mary Oprzadek, Linda Ocetik, Charlene Myers, Shari Nechvatal, Emil Orenick. SECOND ROW: Mike O'Loughlin, Carol Noack, Greg Ornas, Bob Obenauer, Linda Nato, Donald Nikolai, Diane Novak, Richard Oshiro. THIRD ROW: Scott Musheno, Terry Olive, Phil O'Toole, Kathy Nowak, David Niemi, Sandy Murphy, James Newell, Jacquie Paint- er, Brian O'Donnell, Lynn Needham, Tim Necker. NOT PICTURED: Em- erson Myers, Cheryl Neuman, Con- stance Nicholson, Noel Niedhammer, Daniel Noll, Ralph Olmutz, Sandra Pace. E THUSIASTIC ASSET TO OUR SCHOOL Sophomores eagerly anticipate a day at school. 10-20 BOTTOM ROW: Ed Pragg, Lois Prenslow, Carol Podskalan Sherry Poole, Linda Rapp, Judy Pra- ther, Dave Rakow. SECOND ROW: Sandy Prusak, Carolyn Pogalies, Tony Ranallo, Lee Poole, Sue Ratzloff, Nancy Pipoly, Harry Prakope, Cliff Plants. THIRD ROW: Karla Potetz, Lee Pulwer, John Poggendorf, Melanie Radlick, Jay Pudlock, Pat Pike, Bill Raymond, Mary Pollak, Bill Plachy. NOT PICTURED: Laura Pierce, Judith Piro, Carl Planicka, Wayne Plat- ten, Michael Polo, Anita Pontremoli Leonard Putz, Sandra Ramsack. 7 9 10-19 BOTTOM ROW: Scott Painting, Mary Ann Papushak, Jo- anne Pape, Pat Perek, Mary Jean Penk- sa, Cheryl Peattie, Aleta Pekar, Craig Petersen. SECOND ROW: Gerry Pall, Sue Peters, Roger Peters, Ruth Payne, Fred Palaseak, Tina Pawlak, Joel Pe- ters, Peggy Peeper, Ernest Peck, Les Panik. THIRD ROW: Jim Parry, Betty Peresta, Harold Parks, Rita Paul, Ron Pannell, Pat Parks, Guy Perram, Pam Perkins, Bob Peters, Louise Pet- row, Kenneth Penkal. NOT PIC- TURED: Dennis Peffer, Janice Petrick. 119 THE EWESTCLASSATVA. 10-22 BOTTOM ROW: Linda Sar- tini. Bob Russo, Barbara Schuerger. Eileen Schmidt, Bill Sanders, Barb Sartini. Dale Schubert. SECOND ROW: Ceorge Salamalekis, Judy Roush, Dennis Rusynyk, Mary Lou Schneider, Bob Sandor. ,lim Schmidt, Joe Scavone, ,lay Salzer, Kathy Schneider, Mike Rust, Florence Savich, Robert Sadowski. THIRD ROW: Jim Roth, Michael Sabol, Linda Schlenkerman, .lim Schmidt, Sue Schaefer, Chuck Schmeler, Sandi Schoeck, Dan Schenek, Sid Sams. Rudy Schleif. NOT PICTURED: Marlene Rushefski, Jerry Rusnak, James Sadowski. Dennis Safford. Thomas Scalmato, Patricia Schmidt, William Schmidt, Robert Schott, Arthur Schreiber. I0-24 BOTTOM ROW: Michael Stineman, Jack Soppelsa, Margaret Stebelski, Pat Stahurski. Roger Speck. SECOND ROW: Pat Sturt- evant, Paula Stinich, Dick Stender, Linda Spicer, Dolly Sollberger, ,loe Soltesz, Karen Spanagel. THIRD ROW: Paul Stokey, Mary Stager, Dale Strawhacker, ,lane Speck, Andy Suchan, Pat Stoddard, Pete Sturtevant, Bob Speers. NOT PIC- TURED: Warren Snyder, ,lack Sonneborn, Charles Speck, Michael Starr, Sandra Stelma, Alan Stephens, .lames Stojkov, Linda Streett, James Strejcek, Frances Stupiansky, ,Iaye Sturtevant. 120 L LEYFORGE 10-21 BOTTOM ROW: .lose Roche, Dan Roark. ,Iennace Rhodes, Carol Richter. Laurene Rodgers. Kathi Riley, Ed Rindfleisch. Chuck Robbins. SECOND ROW: Craig Richard. Linda Robertson, Craig Roberts, Rick Rosewicz, Gary Rodgers. Tom Reed, Barbara Rowbuck. William Reiman. THIRD ROW: Bob Rebar. ,loe Reeves, ,loan Requart, ,lim Ross. Karen Richardson. ,lim Robertson, Gail Riegler. Al Redick. JoAnn Ros- pierski. Denny Repp, Andrea Roska- vich. NOT PICTURED: Thomas Rea, Peter Renerts, Lynn Reuben, Jerry Rodgers. Edward Rolinc, Jeffrey Roper. Paul Rossman. 10-23 BOTTOM ROW: Bill Schulz, Linda Sluss, Don Schwarzer, Dori Shatto, Rita Smith. Holly Shumway, Barbara Schulz, Steve Slifko, Karen Schulz, Larry Smeyak. SECOND ROW: Dale Sellers, Elaine Scullin, Cliff Silverman, Karen Sevcik, ,lim Sheridan, Thelma Shartzer, Linda Schwark, Curt Schulte, Larry Senko, Linda Shelton. THIRD ROW: Char- lotte Skinger, Dan Sikorski, Carol Shaw, Gary Smeal, ,loan Sebek, John Setar, Rodger Schultz, Joe Scolaro, Terry Smith, Ed Shorts. NOT PIC- TURED: George Schweter, Kenneth Sebastian, Cary Sherman, James Shott, James Sigman. E ERGES AS ONE OF SPIRIT D DRIVE 10-25 BOTTOM ROW: Cheryle Todaro, Dolly Trebisovsky, Chris Thomas, Nancy Szumski, Sandy Sutton. SECOND ROW: Steve Swalley, Diane Timoteo, Larry Sunyak, Nancy Thiel, Sally Szekeres, Tim Taylor, Sarah Tanzi, Andy Trebis- ovsky, Dave Thompson. THIRD ROW: Theresa Toscano, Marianne Tulenko, Rick Toth, Sandy Tahsler, Allan Tillman, Diana Trojan, Dan Swiatek, Donna Sutak, Ray Terry, Kathy Toth. NOT PICTURED: Gary Switzer, Joseph Teresi, Michael Textoris, Carl Thomas, William Thomas, John Thompson, Elayne Thompson, Kurt Thornbladh, Paul- ette Titus, James Todhunter, Vivien Todhunter, Dolores Toth. I0-27 BOTTOM ROW: Flora Wells, Becky Winslow, Pat Warren, Carol Westbrook, Karen Weber, Karen Wheeler, Gaye Wandt. SEC- OND ROW: Janet Werkner, Carroll Webster, Ray Wing, Carol Wernig, Martha Weber, Bob Wehn, Ken Wilson, Linda Warren. THIRD ROW: Vince Weber, Julie Witkowski, Wayne Wightman, Rosemary Wendt, Craig Watkins, Pam Warren, Pat Wing, Joyce Waugh, John Wilkins. NOT PICTURED: Dale Warner, Craig Weber, Jacqueline Wightman, Gerald Wilson, Cherisse Winn, Stanley Wodek. 10-26 BOTTOM ROW: Sue Vargo, Maggie Wandschura, Joyce Wallner, Marie Valore, Toni Vaccaro, Carol Vacca. SECOND ROW: Robert Valent, Candy Vickers, Rich- ard Van Oskeuls, Kris Tuomala, Mary Lou Vanden Haute, John Vander- scbrier, Linda Visosky, Bruce Turrie, Bard Van Chantfort. THIRD ROW: John Urban, Jack Ulman, Peggy Wal- ter, Al Vensky, Diane Tvorik, Larry Voglein, Carol Vitcha, Ray Vajdik, Gretchen Voll, Jerry Wagner, Bob Walters. NOT PICTURED: Chris- tine Tvorik, Patricia Vallejo, Michael Veale, Albert Veverka, Andrew Walter, Thomas Walter. 10-28 BOTTOM ROW: Timothy Zingale, Melanie Yoch, Maryanne Zavodny, Judy Zambory, Andrea Zvolensky, Joan Zdanko, Linda Zarko, Marianne Woodford. Terry Zupan. SECOND ROW: Gary Yano, Robert York, May Zolynas, Bill Yankee, Albert Zernitz, Ray Zizka, Tom Zel- enka, Joan Zehnder. Tony Zito. THIRD ROW: Kathy Yancu, Steve Ziats, Barbara Zima, William Yurche- shen. JoAnne Zitney, Jim Wohl, Mary Ann Zegarac, Jeff Wood, Cindy Wulf, Greg Zanders. Bob Wolkan. NOT PICTURED: Lawrence Wol- anski, Charles Woller. Joann Wuk- ovich, William Zenk, JoAnn Ziegler. '121 JUNIORS .luniors Sharon Burke and Sue Meeth spark enthusiasm in the crowd for the game. The .lunior Class maintained the fine record established during their freshman and sophomore years. Boys from the class played in key positions on the athletic teams while the girls cheered them on with great enthusiasm. This, however, was not the only area in which juniors excelled. They also contributed generously to the United Appeal, won first prize for their homecoming display, and par- ticipated actively in dramatic productions. The class not only follow the traditions of previous classes but also established new ones by introduc- ing the college-styled class rings and writing the words of the Valley Forge fight song. At the end of the year, the juniors paused briefly to reminisce about their successful year but quickly looked for- ward to an even more successful year as seniors. r. Junior Archive staff members busily prepare the yearbook. IORS BACK THE PATRIOTS ll-2 BOTTOM ROW: Bonnie Ber- nard, Janet Benik, Jeannie Baran, Pat Basista. SECOND ROW: Sandi Behringer, Holly Becker, Linda Binder, Sue Bolen, Diane Bartens, Judie Beattie. THIRD ROW: Linda Bial- awski, Janice Baratta, Jeff Black, Annell Beutel, Ellen Berger. NOT PICTURED: Richard Bartkus, Ber- nard Bauhof, Richard Beaton, Robert Becksted, Alan Belgrave, Greg Ben- nett, Keith Bennett, Wayne Benson, Barbara Berdysz, Marcia Bertonascki, Angela Bevilacqua, Joyce Bittel, Paul Blackwelder, Gary Bletsh, Rosa- lee Bloise, Don Bogus, Dave Bohmer, David Boiani, Gary Bolenski. ll-4 BOTTOM ROW: Page Caufield, Elaine Cira, Georgia Con- nacher, Lynne Contofalsky, Mary Lou Chappell, Sharon Collins, Carol Cooper, Diane Cleary. SECOND ROW: Pat Cigary, Barb Christman, Frank Chesnik, Jim Charvat, Joe Chiara, George Clos, Gary Chilcot, Theresa Chmielewski, Bob Chmielarski Dave Cochran. THIRD ROW: Charles Caron, Rosemary Cilluffo, Linda Caves, Doug Christman, Mike Cigary, Jim Collins, Ron Caron, Debby Caves, Cathy Chaffin, Dave Chuha. NOT PICTURED: Bill Carmichael, Donna Ceboll, Rosalie Claywell, Martin Cool. ll-1 BOTTOM ROW: Donna An- tonelli, Sandra Ammiller, Noreen Abookire, Pat Alger. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Baird, Irene Ashworth, Sherry Anis, Carol Axon, Bonnie Bacik, Caren Andrysco, Elaine Bach- man, Violet Andren, Kathie Amsden. THIRD ROW: Bob Baisch, Mar- garet Banyasz, Scott August, Kathy Andress, George Badziong, Annette Amsden, Rich Bademan, Bob Ander- son. NOT PICTURED: Lynda Abra- ham, Ronald Amato, Carl Anderson, Carl Ange, Tom Ange, Tom Arnold, Joe Artino, Bob Atwell, Evelyn Balas. 11-3 BOTTOM ROW: Ray Bush, .ludy Breyley, Cynthia Calio, Jean Bruegger, Diann Brownfield, Karen Brandes, Bonnie Budak, Claudia Brazet, Bob Buker, Sue Bright. SEC- OND ROW: Dave Buy, Tom Cabal, Beth Bubuli, Bob Bowen, Glenn Broz, Bob Boyda, Carol Bowker, Pam Boros, Dave Brown. THIRD ROW: Bill Buzek, George Buchholz, Sharon Burke, Ron Breda, Lee Branst, Ray Broggini, Bill Bourquin, Sue Bovenzi, Bud Bukhair, Dale Butterfield. NOT PICTURED: Paul Candish. 123 OLD FRIENDS AND NEW CLASSES BLE D Juniors win the first place trophy in the Homecoming Display Contest. 11-5 BOTTOM ROW: Tom Ded- rick, Claudia Doering, Marilyn Dem- eter, Nella Dibenedetto, Terri Delia, Joy Cuffari, Kerry Courtis, Paula Corradi, Pam Daley, Linda Dieball. SECOND 'ROW: Vic DiAngelo, Sheila Corrigan, Cheryl Dietz, Jeanne T Cowley, Laurie Courey, Penny Dahl, Kay Cutter, Karen DeLancey, Al Dacre. THIRD ROW: Eric Dod, Terry Crawford, Donna Costanzo, Paul Corrao, Karen Dietz, Dan Corley, Dave Demko, Sue Crawford, Jill Dehn, Allan Davidson, Joe Dagata. NOT PICTURED: Carl Corrao, Janet Davenport, Douglas Davison, Walter Demian, William Demeter. 124 Carole Garofalo and Carol Cooper sell programs and balloons for the Girls Boosters at the Parma-VF game. ll-6 BOTTOM ROW: Jim Dworz- nik, John Ferguson, Jackie Earley, Leslie Fix, Gayle Duplaga, Pat Fenda, Gary Emiield, Dale Fiegland. SEC- OND ROW: Carol Edwards, Marty Fisher, Maureen Emmons, Bob Dziedzicki, Greg Fenda, Jim Flash, Tony Doskocil, Carol Duchon, Chuck Early, Diane Evancho. THIRD ROW: Dianne Dvorak, Gary Einheit, Chris Fernelius, Tim Eizember, Nancy Finn, Herb Dregalla, Suzanne Fava, Jesse Epstein, Judy Erikson, Russ Fackler, Cheryl Falkenstein. NOT PICTURED: John Durda, Larry Eby, Bill F lorio. - TO ANOTHER YE R OF CTI ITIES Junior class officers: Kathie Maier, treasurer, Susie Schwartz, secretary, Rick Goodyear, vice-president, and Vic DiAngel0, president, with Miss Callan, adviser, are pulling for Class of '65. 11-7 BOTTOM ROW: Barb Fruits, Carole Garofalo, Pat Gannon, Lynn Gilbert, Sandy Fritsch, Sharon Golas, Sondra Galaboff, Dian Fuller. SEC- OND ROW: Ron Fritsch, Donna Franklin, Bob Gerding, Elaine Gall, Bob Gaydos, Dennis Foster, Sharon Germ, Vince Gluck, Sharon German, Ed Gandolf. THIRD ROW: Wayne Gibson, Dianne Gans, Gef Foster, Flo Gable, Dan Goetz, Gail Frimel, .lim Goldner, Jeanine Gantose, Joe Gary, Gayle Giles, Ed Folsom, Dennis Gedeon. NOT PICTURED: Ken l Fritz, Chuck Furman, Dale Gannon. 11-8 BOTTOM ROW: Beverly Gorsica, Sheryl Goltz, Tari Hannan, Elaine Greene, Gloria Graf, Kathy Hague, Sue Grady, Peggy Good. SECOND ROW: Dan Gurovich, Cindy Grahl, Rick Goodyear, Linda Hackney,Don Haberkost,Bill Hargrove, Jean Grugel, John Guska, Barb Happel, Dave Haburchak. THIRD ROW: Larry Grecol, Jim Guzik, Pam Grey, Dan Hanisko, Bernadett Guddy, Don Gray, Mary Goode, Gary Gruhn, Donna Griesbach, David Harden, Bill Haller, Margie Grisak. NOT PICTURED: Betsy Green. 12 IORS E JOY THEMSELVES WHILE Junior, Linda Reik, a member from the cast of The Mouse That Roared joins Bob Soppelsa, Jacqueline Sokolowski, and Dick Barth in the finale. 11-10 BOTTOM ROW: Sue Hostal, Pat Johnson, Mildred Jex, Lynne Jackson, Naomi Jemma, Tammy Hutnik, Connie Jensch, Janis Humph- rey, Sharon Johnson. SECOND ROW: Chuck J evnikar, Carol Hricisin, Barbara Jeckel, Barbara Hosic, John Hunter, Joe Horvath, Susan Jones, Ginny Hughes, Judy Joyce, Rich Joines, Dan Joeright. THIRD ROW: Dale Jobe, Tim Jackson, Mary Alice Horvath, Art Huge, Marcia Jones, Tom Irwin, Kathy Jasany, Dorsel Hosey, Marlene Jankowski, George Jurand, Tom Juratovac. NOT PIC- TURED: Irene Juran. 126 ll-9 BOTTOM ROW: Cindy Has- selschwert, Peg Hin-rich, Linda Herb- kersman, Gail Hausser, Sharon Her- manson, Susan Hermanson, ,Pat Hartline, Ilona Harrison, Janet Hern. SECOND ROW: Mike Hays, Bob Herrmann, Bob Holden, Cathy Holford, Sandy Held, Alan Hohl, Rick Hodar, Joan Heisler, Alanna Hartman, Dave Hoelter, Richard Hilfer. THIRD ROW: Scott Hill, Sandy Hillegas, Dennis Hohenstein, Joanne Heppner, Bob Holm, Gwen Hausser, Tom Hig- gins, Earldean Harmon, Steve Horn- ung, Joanne Hassa, Ron Hill. NOT PICTURED: Judy Heaton, Jerry Hill. Members of the Canteen Committee: juniors, Marsha Pergler and Sue Meeth, and sophomore, Pat Frankling decorate for a dance. DISPL YING THEIR VARIED T LEN TS 11-11 BOTTOM ROW: Candy Kaniecki, JoAnn Kessler, Linda Kenzig, Linda Kare, Gail Kilbane, Elaine Kartson, Kathy Keiser, Mary Kirkpatrick. SECOND ROW: Bruce Kittinger, Nancy Iqacza, Erika Klavins, Kathee Kaine, Pete Kendrick, Rich Kempton, Joyce Karpa, Dan Kiss, Robert Kich. THIRD ROW: Gary Kish, Greg Kalina, Joyce Karbon, Dean Kartson, Charlotte Kaderabek, Tony Kijanko, Claudine Karbon, Dave Kircher, Marilyn Kaminoski, Kenny King, Patricia Kay. NOT PICTURED: Dan Kaczmarski, An- drew Kason, Dave Kencson, Don Kispert, Tony Klanac. Anvil staff members, Norma Rohde, Kathryne Andrews, Diane Ruppelt, and Marcia Jones, show their adviser, Miss Janice Viscomi, stories submitted for the Valley Forge literary magazine. Junior Rick Steinfadt, team captain, accepts the Lake Erie League trophy for the cross country team. 11-12 BOTTOM ROW: Bob Koerper, Carole Korecky, Carol Kuhn, JoAnne Kucera, Maila Kling, Marcia Kohls, Pat Kolonick, Karen Kozak, Jim Komorowski. SECOND ROW: John Kobus, Thomas Krupka, Bill Kovatch, Keith Kormos, Kathie Kud- lacz, Becky Kruk, Ed Kost, Don Kovacs, Dave Krisak, Rick Krusinski, Edward Knauer, Jack Kocka. THIRD ROW: Bill Kroupa, Bob Knight, Harry Klun, Sandi Kofron, John Kobs, Ann Kuch- ling, Don Kost, Sharyn Konrad, Bob Krivos, Linda Kluth, A1 Krysiak, John Kresanko, Dennis Kovacs. NOT PICTURED: Carol Klusmann,Thomas Kocab, Kathleen Kuchta. 12 THE MIDDLEME TUR THEIR THOUGHTS 11-13 BOTTOM ROW: Diane Kurek, Frances Lippmann, Judi Lessing, Cheryl Mackulin, Linda Lopez, Mary Lou Lappin, Mary Lynn Lewis, Diane Lendvay. SECOND ROW: Bill Labuda, Marsha Kutchko, Will Leiby, Carol Lohmann, Grant Leiby, Dennis Majka, Jane Latsko, Ken Leib, Linda Laughlin. THIRD ROW: John Maddox, Eric Lange, Sandie Laska, Dan MacDowell, Chris Lane, Doug Lichvar, Kathie Maier, Lee Major, Susan LeRoy, Bill Madden. NOT PICTURED: Jerome Leonard, Tom Lepley, Wayne Lukacsko, Gail Mabry, Mark Lipa. 11-15 BOTTOM ROW: Dan Nav- ratil, Janice Mitzo, Connie O'Brien, Eileen Musolf, Joann Montagino, Nan Norsic, Sharon Mizanin, Cynthia Miller, June Muha, Kay Mueller, Skip Musheno. SECOND ROW: Al Moore, MaryAn Naymik, Madeleine Miller, Don Moran, Paulette Nagelski, Dennis Mudra, Nancy Morgan, Allan Moynihan, Steve Mozes, Ronnie Monde, Karen Nagel, Jules Nye. THIRD ROW: Jim Murphy, Julianne Mlakar, John Newland, Gwen Miller, Chuck Necker, Sue Molinari, Ron Mohon, Mark Mrazek, Tom My- czkowski, Ann Nielsen, Gary Miller, Larry Nagy. NOT PICTURED: Darlene Molnar, Pam Monachino, Jeff North, Dale Novak. 28 11-14 BOTTOM ROW: John Marchewka, Mary Lou McCarthy, Carole Mengel, Rae Mendat, Sue Meeth, Kathy McGinty, Lyn Mangone, Guy Marinelli. SECOND ROW: Rob Marion, Candy Marr, Derek McNabb, Jim Maudsley, Judy Mc- Donough, Patricia Master, Bob Marcy, John Mantz, Joanne McCosh, Len Mendlik, James Mehrling, Lynne McCullough THIRD ROW: Gary Mielke, Marty McCarthY, James Marron, Sue Martin, Doug Melcher, Sally McGary, David Meyers, Karen Mecke, Bill Martin, Kathy McCann, Jim Marek, Bob Mickey. NOT PIC- TURED: Linda Mathe, Merle McGreehan, Buddy Matis. 11-16 BOTTOM ROW: Chuck Parker, Jim Petitto, Kathy Peugh, Marsha Pergler, Sharon Phillips, Sandy Owen, Jerry Hill,'Myron Pacula. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Peck, Bev Odell, Judie Offtermatt, Jim Pelz, Louis Palfy, Darrell Ozog, Myron Pesek, Bill Palumbo, Chuck Patrick, Jan Petrick, Bobbi Paul, Paul Ongert. THIRD ROW: Bob Pabst, Wayne Pergl, Jim Petrow, Carol Petlowany, Ken Petri, Karen Palechka, Dave Petrus, Chris Pigan, Jim Petrick, Jim Parker, Ron O'Dee, Ron Pankuch. NOT PICTURED: Tom Oktavec, Andrea Parshall, Stephanie Pastore, Darrel Patrick, Marion Pekar, David Phillips. TOWARD COLLEGE A D THE F 11-18 BOTTOM ROW: Bill Romph, Jan Rutherford, Marilyn Rohde, Barb Romay, Jan Ryan, Bob Running. SECOND ROW: Ron Revock, Norma Rohde, Paul Retsch, Will Revilock, Carleen Roberts, Carol Rzepkowski, Chuck Richter, Don Rhodes, Don Ryan, Dianne Ruppelt. THIRD ROW: Tom Santell, Dale Rusynyk, Gary Romanik, Jean Santner, Jack Rightweiser, Sue Robbins, Larry Richardson, Sheryl Rimer, Mike Rush, Lorra Rose, Mike Ross. NOT PICTURED: Pat Reynolds, Anne Richard, Ron Rogel, John Romph, Lynn Safford, Bob Reimer. 11-20 BOTTOM ROW: James Sluss, Cindy Sheldon, Sue Sevrance, Karen Smith, Kathy Slach, Betty Snyder, Gil Snyder. SECOND ROW: Emil Soltesz, Eric Smeltz, Judi Skrbin, Fred Simcic, Sharie Smith, Jim Sharkus, Becky Semegen, Glenn Siebert, Chris Singerman, Keith Smeltz, Mary Smith. THIRD ROW: Richard Slepko, Linda Shibley, Marty Slivka, Nancy Seman, Michael Sipko, Penny Snow, Tom Smith, Thelma Shirey, Jerry Siegmyer, Arleen Sellman, Ron Sency, Patti Siegfried, Larry Slade. NOT PICTURED: Diane Seman, Dennis Shardell, Roger Sikula, Jack Snyder, Robert Sobel. TURE 11-17 BOTTOM ROW: Chris Redovian, Juanita Reiner, Carol Regrut, Cindy Poe, Bonnie Plumlee, Lynette Powell, Joyce Powell, Joyce Popil, Lynn Raymond. SECOND ROW: Bob Raczek, Ronald Reinke, Bruce Pletka, Tom Powers, Kennie Reed, Marty Pryatel, Bob Priest, Pat Polshak, John Polski, Carl Reddish, Ron Prather. THIRD ROW: Dan Ponstingle, Bob Reimer, Steve Pigott, Linda Rebrovich, Dave Popiel, Pat Rauth, Tom Ralph, Diane Podhradsky, Frank Ragan, Linda Reik, Jim Reed, Tom Rakauskas, David Buy. NOT PICTURED: Dennis Radloff, Carol Reed, Bob Reichert. 11-19 BOTTOM ROW: Sue Schu- mann, Carol Scarl, Barb Schulz, Lynn Schultz, Sue Sappington, Susie Schwartz, Stacy Seftas, Kathi Schwan. SECOND ROW: Glenn Schultz, Janet Scott, Gary Sefl, Arlie Saunders, Michael Scott, Linda Schneider, Dennis Schuler, Deanna Schueltz, Richard Schenke. THIRD ROW: Bob Schmitt, Paula Sanyi, Larry Selivaniv, Kathy Schultz, .lack Schae- fer, Cathy Schaedel, Del Schumacher, Bobbi Schueler, Ken Schulz, Chris Schwenk, Glenn Scheutzow. NOT PICTURED: Jim Sargent, Tom Schenek, Terry Schlesinger, Ted Schuch, Bob Schulte. 12 S BY P RTICIPATING I VF'S ACTIVITIES, ll-21 BOTTOM ROW: Karen Sorochak, Patti Strazzo, Linda Stazzone, Alice Sted, Shirley Stretar, Betty Stanard. SECOND ROW: Jim Streck, Diane Strmiska, Charles Speck, Kathy Stalnaker, Rich Staab, Karen Steppke, Joe Svec, Dale Stelz, Jerry Spangler, Dave Spittal. THIRD ROW: Larry Stewart, Patrice Supik, Dave Stuchlak, Diane Stadnik, Brian Starre, Pat Starzynski, Frank Stead, Marianne Steinberg, Bill Such, Ann Steckel, Rick Steinfadt, Tim Stahlberg. NOT PICTURED: Terry Stefanko, Vernell Stevens, Diane Stoll, Sharon Streit, Eugene Sull, Paul Sullivan. ll-22 BOTTOM ROW: Paul Tuggey, Georgene Tachuk, Barbara Toth, Judi Tuskes, Diane Tatar, Karen Swartwood, Karen Tuhacek, Carol Tichy, Richard Taylor, Russ Todia. SECOND ROW: Jim Vanderstein, I Mike Uzelac, Terry Tanski, Tom Tucker, Marian Todor, Karen Urban, Walter Vallier, Linda Tomasch, Connie Vaccaro, Judy Uhinck, Bev- erly Thomas. THIRD ROW: Ralph Van Treuren, Jim Topor, Denny Thomas, Dennie Tonkewicz, John Thompson, Marilyn Trager, Bob Taylor, Betty Synk, Tom Tulloch, Cheryl Swanson, Dan Urban, Fred Vacha. NOT PICTURED: Timothy Trepal, Bob Truscello, Craig Vanecko. N Mrs. Kunz, mother of football player, Rick Kunz, addresses the parents, team members, and cheerleaders at the annual football banquet in the VF cafeteria. 30 THE CLASS OF '65 REMAINS OUTSTANDING Kathy McGinty, Sharon German, Bob Buker, Pat Kay, and Pete Wachter work to complete their articles for an issue of the Battlecry. At college night, a representative from Ohio University speaks to students and their parents about the advantages of attending OU. Il-24 BOTTOM ROW: Elaine Zanko, Barbara Zingheim, Lee Worrey, Mike Wolf, F ran Zader, Connie Wolff, Cindy Zsarnay, Ellen Young, Sam Zacharias, Rita Zietlow, Lorraine Zadzilka. SECOND ROW: Stan Zborowski, Joan Zimdars, Bill Williams, Ed Zingalie, Jessica Zelley, Murley Wisch, Wayne Zavotka, Ted Zalenski, Jan With, Jerry Witkowski, Ron Wyemura. THIRD ROW: Jim Zingale, Kathy Winter, Bill Worrell, Lindy Williams, Jim Woleen, Diane Zrimec, Jim Wilbur, Linda Zaccaro, Don Winarski, Barb Zavocky, Edward Zaremba, Ron Winarski. NOT PIC- TURED: Carl Wolf. II-23 BOTTOM ROW: Donna Lee Walters, JoAnn Wielgus, Walburga Wandschura, Alva Wallace, Laraine Walkup, .lean Wallace, Karen Wantz. SECOND ROW: Kathy White, Steve Varabkanich, Rich Weiss, Jill Warren, Tony Vinci, Diane Vild, Janice Wag- ner, Sharon Whittenberger, Karen Weber. THIRD ROW: Betty Wessler, DeeDee Wade, Jim Vidmar, Karen Weiss, Phil Vlasuk, Debbie Wehn, Eddie Walland, Sue West, Bob Whalen, Melodie Wengrin, Sharyn Volk, Bob Vlcek. NOT PICTURED: Phyllis Vasilakis, Carla Vermes, William Vincler, Peter Wachter, Gayle Weiler, Arthur Weiss. E s is NN S xxifk X 131 SENIORS In September of 1961, we the Class of 1964- entered an unfinished Valley Forge High School and discovered that with only freshmen and sophomores in the school, we would establish traditions to be followed by' future Patriots. When a group of juniors from Parma Senior High joined us in January, 1962, we had already become members of clubs and athletic teams. ln our junior year, we became the middlemen as more members of the class of 1963 were transferred from Parma. We did, however, continue to play a major role in school activities. We were led in cheers by a cheerleading squad which included seven juniors, we were the first to send representatives to Buckeye Girls' and Boys' State, and we began the tradition of holding the Junior Prom in VF's cafeteria. g As our senior year progressed, our class became the first to defeat Parma in varsity sports, and we contin- ued to enthusiastically support VF. With our commence- ment we became the first class to complete three years at Valley Forge and the first to be graduated in Public Auditorium. Thus, from September 1961, until June 1964, we demonstrated that we were truly first in pride, first in spirit, and first in tradition. Seniors begin the year counting the days until they don their caps and gowns. At our Junior Prom, couples enjoy refreshments in the Hawaiian atmosphere of VF's courtyard. 1 3 2 CLASS OF '64 ASSUMES LE DERSHIP OF Jack Adams David Adanich Diane Alexander Jane Allen Michael Almasy Carolyn Ambrozy Georganne Amon Ronald Andersen Robert Anderson Barbara Andrews Richard Andryc Karen Antall Drena Arko Linda Armstrong Michael Armstrong Cynthia Arndt Judith Arndt Walter Arnold Alan Arthur Peggy Atkinson SENIORS BEGIN THE LONG-AWAITED YE R Linda Augustus Judith Averson Diane Baker Michael Balij Frank Banko Richard Barth Patricia Bauman Linda Beam Richard Beaton Randolph Becker 2 Thomas Bedocs Russell Behrndt Linda Bellino Kenneth Benedict Gary Benesh 4 Geraldine Benich Raymond Benjamin Sandra Benson Linda Beran Shirley Bertram - THE FI AL DAYS BEFORE GRAD TIO Thomas Biller Paulette Birth Thomas Blaha Dennis Blasco William Bloom Shirley Boc Nancy Bogar Sandra Bogusz Richard Bolek James Bgnk Edelgard Bopple Valerie Boyer 3 Joyce Brown Kenneth Bruggers Sharon Bozlk Jeffrey Brandes .lames Briggs W, ,, Ja. , -w, - ' .. if Q.. Lana Bryan Bernadette Bryda Nancy Bucher 135 WORKI G TOGETHER, CLASS OFFICERS A Senior advisers Mr. Shipman and Mr. Dunford discuss Senior Class Officers: Joe Dagata, vice-presidentg Pat Offtermatt, secretary: the many details of graduation. Don Caravona, presidentg and Dave Rodgers, treasurer. Julianne Buckshaw Anthony Buk Robert Bukvic J ack Bulan George Burhoe Elaine Burke William Burtnett Marilyn Butts James Buzek Donald Caravona 156 ADVISERS COQORDI ATE SENIOR ACTI ITIES V,... is R C C ' X5 offs .,,,, ,, 2f.,.x,-fox. diss N , , M C ,... , , xX-' H " hK h .,.,, 5' is ' A - N" 3 . W aid- - 'LAL 3 i ff s 1 Qs ,V be I ,. r W -fx? . Steven Cardwell Judith Carnegie Sandra Cervenka Janet Choeky A X X 3 x 1 19. ' R , , Suzanne Carpenter Ted Castor John Cawthon Roger Citino Michael Climaco Arthur Clow Barbara Combs Richard Conklin Mary Cornelius Rosemarie Corrao George Coughlin N Margaret Coyle James Crane Irene Csiszar Thomas Cummings Georgia Curry 137 QUEEN B RB KE T D HER COURT RE ' we ez-ef' . X 5 Q ff Ray Czech Robert Czech Joseph Dagata Jill Daney Diane Davey Charlot Davis Nadine Davis Flavia De Azambuja Andrea De Capite Dale Degirolamo Annette Demko Judith Demski Kerry Dennison ChI'iSliI1C DCI'CSCh1lk Richard Desmone 8 Dianne Detore Barbara Dienes George Dietz Jgsgph Dina,-do Kathleen Dobro H0 URED AT HGMECOMING CORO ATIO . or Lawrence Dome Douglas Dompier Maureen Doran Eugene Dornbrook Mary Jean Downs Deloss Drake Christine Dugan Mona Dumford Donald Dvorak John Dyck Proclaimed as queen during the half-time ceremony of the 1963 Homecoming Game, Barb Kent reigned with her court- Sandy Schill, Patti Offtermatt, Georganne Amon, and Judy Zajac. 1 CLASS COLORS, ROYAL BLUE D GOLD i ., aw Donna Dylag Paul Ehrbar Bobby Ehrlich Carol Ekhlad Martin Elek Michael Elek Terry Emmons Richard Englehart Patricia Estenik Glen Estronick Patricia Evanchak Beverly Ewan Linda Fahrland Gloria Fath Pauline Fava 40 Irmagard Febel Virginia Fedorcio Joseph Feldh0llSC Paulette F enda John F erence F rf? SYMBOLIZE LOYALTY TO VALLEY FORGE Gayle Finn Jay Fisher - x .. Gerald Fitch Bela Fixley William Flowers Carol Frantisak Linda Frederick Janet Frietsch Kathleen Fuerhoff Charles Furman Wa We we -- M N1 lx ,M xx-xx X ix rila F X . X, i ,QQ FYX F F ' XX XX e F ,eer F he ff Barbara Galardi Geraldine Galdlln Patricia Gallllpoli Rose Marie Gannarelli Mary Jean Cannitellj 5? Grace Garafalo Linda Garrity Constance Gary James Geiger Kenneth Gelmas SENIOR SPIRIT SOARS AS VF CO CLUDES E Carol Georgeff Carol Gerding Janet Gettel Shirley Gibala Peter Giblin h 1 like ,I 2 X .x Darla Gierhart Jacqueline Gill Loreen Gilles Sharon Glenn Joanne Glowacki f ,Q - . X William Goetz Mary Ann Golden Joseph Golombek James Core Robin Graber 142 Margaret Grabiec Jeffrey Grady Lydia Grafinger Earl Graham Carol Greenberg THE SUCCESSFUL 1963 FOOTB LL SEAS N "Ugh, she's heavy!" exclaims Georganne Amon as the senior cheerleaders carry their captain Bonnie Havel in celebrating a football victory. ,,.. 1 1 .... bf , 1 3123: Z! " L ' FX. YQ. 'K.l'. I' or fi ,,....2 1 if fi Xxffim. . . ykmma V - Qi :-..i -, sr:-.-H rrewr ' S k i A fd- of .55-::g5:::e:::,'-::-555: Dennis Grenda John Greslick Gary Gress John Grisik Kalman Gubics Genevieve Gudin Gary Gumz Wesley Haddad Sandra Haire Paul Hanisko 145 PREPARING FOR GRADUATION AND F TURE, Sandra Hanna Thomas Hannan Elsie Hansen Lis Hansen Phillip Harbison Michael Harkolovich Tom Harlan Jeffrey Hartlieb During U. S. government class, Mr. Kraushaar answers the questions of seniors Judy Labuda and Gini Lowdermilk. 144 Q 5 K- S ,f A 5 f ik X L , Florence Hartline David Hartline :Q ffl Under the supervision of Mr. Kaiser, Gary Michalek graphs the sine function in his trig class. E DILIGENTLY PERSIST OUR STUDIES 1 1 ..,. 2 1, f ' ' Y 'XJ :xi-xiii-5 x N R V xnxx Q x bg... ZS! f.x ,5 xr.-ki-:A Q A EX , X ix ,S X X X x R Q NX J X223 -X X in XXX. ii X an X J Marjorie Hartman Robert Hartman James Haug Bonnie Havel Georgiana Hawran . Kenneth Hehmeyer Richard Heinz ooooo Kenneth Herbold Donald Herrmann 'NGN Lauren Hine Mary Hirko Micki Hemeyer Roger Henning Valerie Hennings aw M1L?f?"'5'f"s " M"R ' ' 5 X 1 : l Jeanne Hertelendy Linda Hicks Jacqueline Hill Thomas Hirko Phillip Hlucky Bartram Hockenberry 145 GGCLIMB EVERY M TAIN" OUR CLASS ' sms. X aX . . X . .. .. .,.. a s A . D 1 , ,..,,::.. N X s X X S X X fs X N X X s S S X .4 X Q W X X K XX Bonnie Hoffman Michael Hollaway Bonnie Holmes Diana Holt Cary Hooker Janis Houck J ay Hovanec Anthony Hren Antoinette Huckabay Kathleen Huffman Linda Hunter Pamela Hunter Eileen Hwozdik Nancy Ihde Joann Incorvia 4 Dick Ingersoll Darlene Innocenzi Carol Jo Isaac Donald Isenhath Judith Jackson SONGg THE HITE ORCHID IS OUR FLOWER Ronald Jacoby Adrienne Janeen Mary Ann Janda James Jankura Shirley Jantz Kathleen Jarvis Karen J ech Gerald Johnson Roger Johnson Jeffrey Jones Diane Jost Patricia Judd Kathryn Juras Theresa Jurick Dennis Kabasan Jeffrey Kachelein John Kaput Stephen Karales Randall Karberg 'Sharon Karlosky SENIORS PL Y THE LE DING RULES IN In the Fall Play, Ron Long, Jackie Sokolowski, Bob Soppelsa, and Dick Barth portray a court scene in the palace Of the dllchb' Of Grand Fenwick- Alice Kaska David Kasnyik Nancy Kason Kenneth Kassouf, Jr. Ronald Kassouf Thomas Kasych James Kazura Barbara Kent Linda Kerins William Kerlin 148 GGTHE MOUSE TH T RO RED" James Kibelbek Johanna Kijanko Timothy Kilgore Marcia Klein Eugene Kleindienst Richard Kleiss Eija Kling Donald Kocka Cheryl Kolke Joseph Kollar John Konecsni David Korec David Kotasek Donald Kott Beverly Kovach Timothy Krafcik Ray Kraft Betty Kreko Judith Kruggel Karen Kruk 1 4 Sl' v.f'Y7'3 FOR F TUBE SENIORS CONSULT C REER John Krukowski Terese Kucera Cynthia Kuczynski Janet Kuhar Timothy Kulis 5 5 Eric Kunz Karen Kuonen Lola Kurak Eileen La Rocco Judy Labuda O 1 7 5 Laura Lackman Leona Lackman Lawrence Lade Ronald Lake Edmund Lancki Stephen Lane Cheryl Ann Langenfelder Martin Laska Barbara Lasky James Lasley PAMPHLETS, CATALOGUES, AND COUNSELORS David Latanick GUY Latimer Tamara Lawler David Lehotan David Lemire James Leppa Allan Lewicki Rojean Lincoln Marilynn Lipa Mark Lipa ilflom Kasych, Judy Zajac, Frank Stella, and ,lack Prentice search for answers to their college questions at the college catalogue shelf in VF's 1 rary. 151 2 OUTSTANDING SENIORS RECEIVE VPS Barbara LoCastro Frank Loebs Joan Loftus Ronald Long David Lovelady Virginia Lowdermilk Roy Lucht Thomas Ludwig William Lutz Diana Lynch Mary Lynch Robert Machor Robert Madey Gene Makoski Kenneth Malin Shirley Manchek Adele Manti Donald Marciniack Richard Marcuz Kathleen Marks HIGHEST H0 OR-MEMBERSHIP THE NHS . z, K, Alan Martens Kay Martin Gregory Mason Beverly Mathe Rae Matuska Diana Mauser James Maxin Gary Mayer Vito Mazzeo Jacqueline McDonald As President Mike Yurcheshen calls the names of the ,National Honor Society, Jeanne Nesbit receives her Pill fl'0Hi MY- DiFlSm0fe, the adviser- 153 FOR THE CLASS MOTTO, SENIORS CHOOSE QA. x. 5 :K 'N xx- i Q a W N. Wayne McMi1len Rita Mecsko Sheryl Meder Mathew Mellis Preston Mentall Thomas Mernone Ellen Messerknecht Paul Metzger Robert Metzler Barbara Meyer Xa X N Hal Meyer Barbara Mezzulo Gary Michalek Michael Michalovich Jan Michaud + Michael Mihna Emil Mikulas James Miller Marilyn Miller Sharon Miller WTHE BOOK OF K OWLEDGE HAS N0 E DING Robert Minto meow, ,W egg , f X x K so M' X S XX s xy? X xg fl X x,.,:.. X , X , New . am N , sr. K i ------f', -.X X E X K xg xi1ff'El3J XX SQS , N .W YYVV 'nfs :Q :isa 1 . " f X as S y wa s x X-pp, ,:,ff,fsh X2 :- egg.-g:5:g:sg,. xl N V-,.V -, :,-.Q i :,. ,,1,: .m , X . - .Q Q eeeee elf' i ' . 5559 51. ' , X. QNX Ak zzzii .5,.,. . ,... .... Q :lm 1 55:52 12- " ::2 :s'5s::f,:f:aa: F ' .1 X r l ,aww Frederick Moeller Dennis Mokaren Linda Montie Ellis Moose Thomas Morrison Mary Murray Sheryl Nash Margaret Mruk Ronald Mucha Almira Mull Dennis Murphy I Janice Murzyn Ronald Nagy William Nagy Joseph Nanni Michael Neiswonger Jeanne Nesbit Frank Neubecker Dennis Nicklas PRESENTING A DECOR TED CHRISTMAS TREE William Niro Ronald Noga Alfred Nowak Richard Nowak Kiaran O'Brien Sharon O'Grady Patricia Offtermatt Robert Olive .lan Olsen .loyce Olsen John Oprzadek Kenneth Orchard Harvey Osborn, Jr. Carol Osowiecki Joseph Overton Dante Palange Richard Pamer Leonard Panik Eugene Parks Stanley Parrish 156 SENIORS WfISHSEASON'S GREETINGS TO VF Swept into the Christmas spirit, Don Caravona, Barb Kent, and Pat Offtermatt decorate the tree on the stage in the auditorium. ' H X X Q3 X. X 'Xe A xx Qt. ., . M. M x ex: - .. ' Rr mf 25,3 t X M X ,t ' i . if mums: : X X X Qxkxxfgx NX N .55 is . . NM M kzbali- X X -,, ee aeee f'Jea?2"' Victoria Partyka Marcia Pastor Gregory Patchan Laureen Patla Frederick Pauer Sharon Pavlik 511681111 Pacora Diane Pekar Robert Peroni Susan Perry 1 5 7 THE SENIOR DANCE BEGINS THE I-IOLID Y David Petras Richard Phillips Robert Plechaty Sylvia Pluto Roy Poczebut Margaret Pohlchuck Leslie Polesky Nancy Polk Linda Pollock Richard Pollock The fragrance of flowers and the swish of dresses fill the air at "Christmas Carousel." 158 SEAS N IN A FESTI E ATMOSPHERE David Polo Philip Pontius Richard Porter Cheryl Powers Linda Prenslow Ceoffery Prentice Judith Presley David Preston John Price Linda Price 1 Diane Pmkes Jay Pruehs Mary Pucillo Cheryl Quast Judith Radtke Donna Rady Susan Rakow Gary Ramsey Pamela Ratzloff R0h0I'l Reifihell CHOOSING NAMEC RDS, ANN CEMENTS Linda Reimer Paul Reinke Marsha Reiss Ferdinand Reth Ronald Reust Elf EIR: ii R Larry Rice Jacqueline Rich Carl Ricchetti Gail Riehl Jacqueline Rigo 0 John Riley Barbara Roberts Linda Rodenbaugh David Rodgers Richard Rodgers iQ 2 i "'i':l ' SX X x aegis Q X XX Y FF S H X X X E S as R X X X Q X xv X wx X xx sl N X -- :Ef'e:5QEE fe- ,SQ m e 1 or xx ,W X N N I , v i -'-- .,, 1. K+. ee ,.::g-iF:,:5E5:EIE TYJQ ' ii RQR554 . U Y. A ,, X W, K , waswf. ' , 4.1 RW X as X A X, " f . . s. iibgx-3: kss.QkqNM:x..1 .. -i X i e -. R: 'f is . 5.-53353 i,f?iife2:5:' :Sir ....... , .... ...... we xx X ,kwa . "'f:' x Sf :: - .' f 1.33 Y-SAF' lf, Wayne Rogers George Roksandic Margaret Rollason Donna Romoli Frances Ropchock REMINDS US OF PPROACHIN G GRADUATIO Lesley Ross Sharon Roush Jeanette Ruth Charles Ryan Russel Sack Janet Salay .lanet Samolis Franklin Sandnsky Dean Santner Michal Sanyi James Savarda Charles Scanlon Charles Scavone Paul Scherer Karl Scherr Theodore Schiffrik Sandra Schill Karen Schlegelmilch Lorenz Schneider Sharon Schoeck CLASS OF '64 WELCOMES VALLEY FORCES Flavia De Azambuja, VF's exchange student from Brazil, studies a lesson in German. Fluent in several languages, she speaks Portuguese as her na- tive tongue. 4 siri , rss, as up N44 kms? ' Michael Schreiber Carol Schueller 35? 5.5: ....... ,iw-v4if'73i'ff7"'11fl7q NSE? 'S ' e X w ::5:,4:,:,gf-,wT':"5' Sl -xx IH . ,I - ., QW Qin .55- ' s q s 162 Z.: if ws 4 ss Patricia Scullin David Sears ' ,,:5 ,, ,.:. ,-, , XFN ,,,i ua sa : ca. H W cn C :- 1: 5 W :J :s 5-1 O no :1 :: Q U: O :r 1: fl F9 G "I UU CD 4 G 1 '4 rn O :- 2 B N B W :s :: l s r Q X v Q ix 'X , Qi SX sy s N XX sx seg 2 X , Y X X sig :s., ,7w mms N f ., "-:E5E?El' ' ' ...., 1-., . r N5 I mfr b . 1: :":'32Er: fi f g r::s4:" Irs:--Q 95" ::1' 'E:3" 1' of I-lik .' I- 1 E+- si K T- f si--its V 'SNL - '11 X T . ' ' sw 3 15:15:55: Xsviiz- :E 1? 'Q ,ly , 'R:,:.:f5 312' lm -g. .... .Z ,:,...E::,:f. A Fi:-,:: .-: - - ,.:ssNi. 'Q , 2-X ' ' 1 is 'io X 93 X Pi. fii v sg.. .em r- , ' its f " Claudia Sedlack Maris Sell Gary Seman FIRST FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDE - K xx ' gy -i:,.3:5:5:-ff,s::::..fg-:Piz:5I5:5Ige,:g::...f.-is-1 ..,..,,. -,-' .X 1 "" ' X J X X lk R ' E X 5 5 X N X X Q X 4 x xg. X X A X X X N NX xx, W - X x QQ N -t -N: ..... t ::.:1f t :ii ' - - 'K'k" is ,..x Nadine Seman Donald Schafer Donna Shayko Cheryl Shone Bradley Sieber John Skotko Charles Smith Cheryl Smith Gerald Smith Kent Smith Kathleen Smullen Thomas Smyczek Jerry Sochacky Thomas Sokol Dale Sokolowski Jacqueline Sokolowski Gary Solarz Robert Soppelsa Marion Sorge Rosemary Sotak FRIENDSHIP PICTURES A D YE RBOOKS Gerald Speck Herman Speck Terry Spengler Richard Spisak Walene Staab Richard Stahurski Rosemary Stasek Gene Stasiak Richard Sted Cheryl Stefanik Frank Stella Lynda Stepanek Ronald Stepanik Ronald Stetzy Janice Strobl "mam- Robert Stroh Eugene Sull Deanna Swalley Sherry Swett Margaret SYnk PRESERVE FO D ORIES OF OUR CLASS n S1 Q as Y Si X Robert Szabo Susan Szekeres Carol Tagliaferro "k" QR ..::, ,I X ,E ,sWQ-e--- Y ssssxx X S s if :L X: X g James Taylor Sandra Telegdy Efxixxl O XX -1' 'Ig' i .s ig - Xw., iliifl' .X -ss , , o,,, X 1 -,-- s N 9 A 5 N x NWS NSX SN X X X A Xa X S Xa Barbara Thomas Loretta Thomas Cheryl Thompson M "SSS" E Daniel Tobik Judith Toetz Dolores Torrado S James Thompson Karen Thompson W ' W R X. Linda Lee Toth Gary Trainor :TN Marilyn Trepke Janet Trytek Terri Tvorik Lynn Ufholz Thomas Umbel VALEDICTORIANS BONNIE HAVEL AN S, ' " . if Xt :I K A i ff A . Sharon Umstott Richard Vacca Joanne Van Phyllis Vasilakis Marcia Visen if Janice Vohnout Antoinette Vollick Sandra Wagner Barbara Walder Sharon Watts Beverly Weber Robert Weber Linda Weiler Linda Werner Daniel Westbrook Judy White Robert White Brenda Wilson Charles Wilson James Witkowski RO LD LONG SPEAK AT CUMME CEME T Congratulations to the 1964- valedictorians: Ronald Long and Bonnie Havel. HL! L5 5 S Richard Wojcik Donna Rae Wolf Sue Wolf Betty Wolff Robert Wrobbel Geoffrey Wozney Joseph Wydra Michael Yurcheshen Nancee Zaccaro Judith Zajac 167 SENIOR DAYS ENDg A NEW LIFE BEGINS Q Nicholas Zammarrelli Nathan Zaremba Eugene Zayac Jean Zehnder Alan Zimmerman 8 Susan Zizka Tony Zubko Judith Zulauf Frank -Zupan Robert Johnson Jr David Augustine Barbara Becka John Buoar Dennis Daley Steven Dudukovich John Foster Thomas Foster Carlos Gallardo Emanuel Iacano Joann Immormino David Kolasinski Terry Lacey CAMERA SHY David Laurenzi Ina Lawton Leonard Lisiecki John Lucas Thomas Monahan Donald Russell Charles Santamaria Thomas Shouse Donald Stetzy Jack Vanderschrier Catherine Vukovich COMMENCEMENT . . . 170 As we received our caps and gowns on our last day as high school students, we thought of the many experiences we had had during our high school careers. It did not seem possible that we had spent a full three years at Valley Forge High School and were soon to be alumni. Baccalaureate was held on May 31, and only days later in Public Auditorium we gathered together for the last time as the Class of 1964. At eight in the evening on the fifth of June, our dream of commencement became a reality. We were addressed by the administration, by the valedictorians, and by our class speaker. The choir sang HClimb Every Mountain," our class song, and together we sang our Alma-Mater. Following was that both joyous and sad moment when we received our high school diplomas. As we departed to climb the waiting stairs of the future, our last spoken words were lingering in our minds-- "Always we cherish thee, Valley Forge High." N S K 9333 Q' N X ,X ,. S R , Sm aw 3-Q55 ks-N X.. 's. W K , Qs' SF .W if 2 s , 4 xxx 1 K is-ff iw as 4 X Q, N N532 Sg,. SSW QS' N if SN wx -fm W 1- v ' Q 5 K ' fl W 3 f' ' X X X x 'fx . 5 ,,,. ,Wi , L W ft! i , Q NN 1 !, jg Rsggtib ,F ...f il gk X 5 Q ag? X '-3 jig-S' E RX xg ' - 3 5 ' Q E 5 Q. - gf, - ,Q-1. ,- X S .xr - e 1ff s Q- Q Q 1 wk N X Q 3 K t - ,N k xxx'Xx f ..':'-: 5 -'w. Y! ,- " 'ii "gi f 7 X, X Q. U ' A Www S? Ni x V 0 . ,... X X X 3' Q X X w .. Q sw Q:-' X s I w 2. x X X k X N' X .fu ' K xr BARBARA ADAMS - Physical Educa- tion, Mount Union College, Baldwin- Wallace' College, Ohio State University, B.S., Girls Leaders Adviser, Assistant Girls Intramurals Director. ..... 26, 4-9 MINERVA J. ALEXANDER - Home Economics, Eastern Michigan Univer- sity, B.S., Junior Red Cross Adviser. DORIS ALLEN - Mathematics, Saint Mary of the Springs College, John Carroll University, Ohio State University, Case Institute of Technology, B.A., B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed. ................. 23 MICHAEL P. BARRICK - Science, California State College, B.S. in Ed., Radio and Electronics Experimental Club Adviser ................... 22 JOHN BROSKI - Physical Education, Western Michigan University, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A., Varsity Basketball Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach. .................... . .26, 36 LOUIS ,BUCHANAN - Mathematics, Muskingum College, Ohio State Uni- versity, B.A., M. in Ed. .......... 23 RICHARD BUDRIS - Counselor, Cal- ifornia State College, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State Uni- versity, B.S., M. in Ed. ........... 14 KENNETH R. BUSER - Mathematics, Cleveland College, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, B.S. MARY ANN BUYNACEK - Business Education, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, B.S., Assistant Girls Intra- murals Director. ............... 27 RONALD CALABRIA - Distributive Education, University of Southern Cal- ifornia, Akron University, Kent State University, B.S., DECA Adviser, Assist- ant Varsity Football Coach. ..... 24, 32 LINDA CALLAN - English, Saint Mary of the Springs College, Pennsylvan- ia State University, B.A., M.A., Junior Class Adviser .............. 18, 59, 125 JOE CARLO - Social Studies, Baldwin- Wallace College, Western Reserve University, A.B., M.A., Assistant Track Coach, Assistant Varsity Football Coach, Faculty Manager. . .. ........... 20, 32 LOREN CASTOR - Mathematics, Chairman, Ohio State University, Musk- ingum College, Kent State University, B.A., M. in Ed., Math Club Adviser. MARY P. CHAMBERS - Latin, Ursul- ine College, Western Reserve University, University of Arizona, B.A., M.A., Latin Club Adviser. ........ . . . 17 172 FACULTY I DEX HELEN CHASE - Business Education, Kent State University, B.S., FBLA Adviser. ...................... 27 VIRGIL COCKLIN - Industrial Educa- tion, Kent State University, Vocational Education Certificate, Vocational In- dustrial Club Adviser. ........... 24 ROBERT L. COWDEN - Music, Muskingum College, Kent State Uni- versity, B. in Music Ed., M. in Ed. JUDITH M. CROCKETT - English, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., Literary Magazine Adviser. PHYLLIS CULP - English, Social Studies, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed. ........ NOT PICTURED RICHARD CURREN - English, Mount Union College, B.A. ............ 18 DONALD L. DINSMORE - Social Studies, Kent State University, Uni- versity of Michigan, B.A., M.A., Adviser of NHS and Canteen Committee. THOMAS A. DUNFORD - English, Chairman, Bowling Green State Univer- sity, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Senior Class Adviser. ................. 18, 59, 136 JOHN F. ELLIOTT - Music, Chairman, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, Eastern Michigan University, B. in Music Ed., M. in Ed., Madrigal Singers Adviser. ............. 15, 68 EDITH FOLAND - English, University of Maryland, B.A., Assistant Girls Intramurals Director. ........... 18 JAMES C. FRITZSCHE - Physical Education, Chairman, Ohio State Uni- versity, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, A.B., M. in Ed., Boys Leaders Adviser, Head Varsity Football Coach, Golf Coach. ..... 26, 32, 33, 63 CAROLE GARDNER - Social Studies, Library, Ohio State University, B.S. RAYMOND A GEORGE - Counselor, Chairman of Guidance Department, Bowling Green State University, Uni- versity of Toledo, B.S., M. in Ed. FRANK GERMANE - Foreign Lang- uage, Chairman, Brigham Young Uni- versity, Western Reserve University, A.B., M.A. ................... 17 RITA GEROSKI - Business Education, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., FBLA Advisers ................. 27 LYNNE GRATHWOL - Spanish, Uni- versity of Michigan, University of Madrid, B.A., Adviser of Girls Boosters and Spanish Club ................ 17 BARBARA GREIDER - English, Wittenberg University, B.S. in Ed., Debate Team Coach, National Forensic League Adviser ............ ..... 1 8 DONALD N. GRIFFING - Industrial Education, Youngstown University, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed. ...... 24 DAVID W. GRODHAUS - Social Studies, Chairman, Bowling Green State University, B.A., B.S. in Ed., M.A., Student Council and American Field Service School Adviser, Paper- back Bookstore Manager. ........ 20 CARL GROLLE - Industrial Education, Kent State University, Vocational Ed- ucation Certificate, Radio and Elec- tronics Experimental Club Adviser. MARGARET HALL - English, Bald- win-Wallace College, B.A., Assistant Girls Intramurals Director. ...... 18 CAROLYN HANSER - Counselor, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed. ........................ . . . 14- ALFRED HEFFKE - Industrial Ed- ucation, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, B.A ................. ....................NOTPICTURED CAROLYN A. HESSERT - Social Studies, Ohio State University, Baldwin- Wallace College, A.B., Assistant Student Council Adviser. ............... 20 DONNA HITT - English, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed. DARIA HOLUBEC - Social Studies, Russian, Kent State University, Western Reserve University, John Carroll Uni- versity, B.A., Russian Club Adviser. JACK L. JISA - Industrial Education, Miami University, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. ....................... . 24- ROBERT E. JONES - Industrial Ed- ucation, Chairman, Kent State Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Adviser of Radio and Electronics Experimental Club and Vocational Industrial Club. RUTH KADOW - Business Education, Kent State University, University of Arizona, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Notehand Club Adviser. ................. 27 DAVID A. KAISER - Mathematics, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, B.S., Boys Boosters Club Adviser. ................... 23, 14-4- THELMA KANARIS - French, Ohio University, Bradley University, Uni- versity of Notre Dame, Sorbonne, Uni- versity of Besancon, A.B., Sophomore Class Adviser. ............. 17, 115 DONNA KAUNTZ - Business Educa- tion, Ohio State University, Baldwin- Wallace College, B.A., Assistant Girls Intramurals Director. ........... 27 PAUL KIRBY - Science, Bowling Green State University, Western Re- serve University, Kent State University, University of Oklahoma, University of California, B.S. in Ed., Audio Visual Director. ...................... 22 THELMA R. KNERR - Librarian, Capital University, Ohio State University, Kent State University, A.B., M.A. VALERIE KONZEN - English, Ohio University, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed. ......................... 18 GLORIA KOPEN - English, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed. ..... 19 LILLIAN KORBA - English, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., Yearbook Adviser. ........... 19, 94- SANDRA L. KOVACH - Social Studies, French, Muskingum College, B.A., Adviser of Girls Boosters Club and JV Cheerleaders. ................. 21 ROBERT B. KOVACS - Industrial Education, Kent State University, B.S., Automotives Club Adviser. ...... 24- VERN T. KRAUSHAAR - Social Studies, DePauw University, Western Reserve University, B.A., LL.B., M.A., Triton Hi-Y Adviser. .......... 21, 14-4 FRANK R. KROGGEL - Art, Cleveland Institute of Art, Western Reserve Uni- versity, B.A., M.A ................... ...................NOTPICTURED BARBARA KRUEGER - Business Education, Valparaiso University, Bald- win-Wallace College, B.A., Assistant Girls Intramurals Director. ...... 27 WILLIAM KUTTLER - Industrial Education, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Bowling Coach, Assistant Boys Intramurals Director. DAVID J. LAURENZI - Assistant Principal, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, Western Reserve University, B.s., M.A. ................. ' .... 14 LOWELL McCOLLOUGH - Industrial Education, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, Kent State University, B.S., M. in Ed., Youth Traffic Council Adviser. ELEANOR MAJOR - Counselor, Kent State University, B.S., M. in Ed. ..... 14- SHIRLEY MALOCH - School Nurse, Eastern Michigan College, Chicago Lutheran Deaconess Hospital, R.N., F NA Adviser. ................ 29, 99 THOMAS L. MALONE - Social Studies, Defiance College, B.S. in Ed., Olympian Hi-Y Adviser. ........ 21 JACQUELYN MAYER - English, Edinboro State College, Northwestern University, B.S., M.A., Drama Coach, National Thespian Society Adviser. ,EDWARD L. MONTGOMERY - Indus- trial Education, Kent State University, Vocational Education Certificate .... . . . ROBERT MUELLER - Social Studies, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., Assistant Boys Intramurals Director. VIVIAN MUELLER - English, Kent State University, Baldwin-Wallace Col- lege, B.A. ........ V ............. 19 KENNETH NOETZEL - Business Education, Ohio University, B.S.C., School Paper Business Adviser. ..... 27 JOAN ORFORD 1 Physical Education, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. ...... 26 LAWRENCE P. OROSZ - Social Studies, English, Miami University, Kent State University, B.S. in Edx, School Paper Adviser. .......... 19 ROBERT E. PARILLA - Science, Kent State University, Brown University, University of New Hampshire, B.S., Chemistry Club Adviser. ........ 22 STANLEY PARRISH - Social Studies, Physical Education, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, A.B., M. in Ed., Head Track Coach, Assistant Varsity Football Coach. ....... 26, 32 DAVID M. PETRELLA - Music, Bald- win-Wallace College, Western Reserve University, B. in Music Ed., M.A., Patriot Marching Band Director. ..... 15 JAMES T. PIKE - Science, Baldwin- Wallace College, B.A., Science Project Day. ....................... . . 22 EDWARD J. POTOKAR - English, Ohio University, John Carroll University, B.F.A., M.A., Drama Coach. ..... 19 GLENN PREISING - Physical Edu- cation, Kent State University, Syracuse University, B.A., M.A., Head JV Foot- ball Coach, Boys Intramurals Director, Chess Club Adviser. ......... 26, 44 ROBERT RAMLOW - Physical Edu- cation, Bowling Green State University, B.S., M. in Ed., Assistant Varsity Foot- ball Coach, Assistant Track Coach, Lettermen's Club Adviser ............ ..........................26,32,33 ROBERT REITZ - Latin, John Carroll University, Niagara University, A.B., M.A. ........................ . 17 STEVE RUDO - Industrial Education, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., Varsity Wrestling Coach, Varsity Baseball Coach. .................. 25, 38, 4-1 ANDUS R. RUNYAN - Industrial Education, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Youth Traffic Council Adviser. ......... 25 JUDITH SANDER - Home Economics, Muskingum College, B.A., FNA Adviser. MAX SCHINDLER - Industrial Educa- tion, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed. .................... 25 WALTER E. SCHLEMMER - Mathe- matics, College of Steubenville, Fenn College, University of Akron, Louisiana State University, B.S., M.A., Key Club Adviser. ...................... 23 WILLIAM SCHREINER - Science, Chairman, Colorado State University, Kent State University, Muskingum College, University of Cincinnati, Woos- ter College, B.S., M.A. ......... 22 SALLY SCHROEDER - English, Library, Miami University, B.A ........ LUCILLE SHILLAT - Social Studies, College of William and Mary, Tulane University, Western Reserve University, B.A., Council on Human Relations Adviser. ...................... 21 JAMES K. SHIPMAN - Business Edu- cation, Fenn College, Western Reserve University, B.B.A., Senior Class Busi- ness Adviser. .............. 27, 136 ANNAJEAN SLATER - Science, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Science Project Day. ............ 22 DAVID M. SMITH - Principal, Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., M.A .... . MARGIE SMITH - Social Studies, Ohio University, Ohio State University, A.B., M.A., Y-Teens Adviser. ..... 21 BERNARD C. SPECHT - Art, Chair- man, Cleveland Institute of Art, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A., FTA Adviser, Stage Crew. ........... 15 MARY BETH STONEBRAKER - Phys- ical Education, Ball State Teachers College, B.S., Girls Intramurals Direc- tor. ....................... .... 2 6 DAVID W. STRAIGHT - Business Education, Chairman, Ohio State Uni- versity, Kent State University, B.S. in Bus. Ed., M.A. in Bus. Ed. ....... 27 DONALD N. STRATER - Science, Miami University, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., -M.A. in Ed., Science Project Day. ........................ . . . 22 KATHERINE SZMAGALA - German, Mathematics, College Misericordia, B.A., Yearbook Business Adviser ...... GLADYS TALIAK - Home Economics, Chairman, Muskingum College, B.A., B.S. ....................... 16, 58 BARBARA TOPOLSKI - Business Education, Bowling Green State Uni- 173 versity, Fenn College, B.S. in Bus. Ad., Assistant Girls Intramurals Di- rector. ....................... .27 JOHN L. UHLIN - Science, Ohio State University, Xavier University, Ohio Wesleyan University, University of Cincinnati, B.A., Assistant Boys Intramurals Director. .......... 22 JAMES VAN DERVORT - Industrial Education, Wilmington College, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., Auto- motives Club Adviser. .......... 25 4 .IANICE VISCOMI - English, Western Reserve University, B.A., Literary Magazine Adviser. .......... 19, 127 NANCY" VOLPE - Social Studies, Wayne State University, B.A., Y-Teens Adviser. ...................... 21 MARSHA F. WADD - Physical Educa- tion, Akron University, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., Varsity Cheerleaders Ad- viser. ...................... 26,68 GAIL WAGNER - Spanish, Baldwin- Wallace College, B.A., Spanish Club Adviser. ............. ....... l 7 HARRY L. WILCOXON - Counselor, Ball State Teachers College, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A. ..... 14 CHRISTINE WOLYNEC - Science, Mathematics, Kent State University, University of Manitoba, B.S., B.S. in Ed., Future Doctors Adviser. ..... 23 JERRY R. YOUNGER - English, Bald- win-Wallace College, B.A., Assistant JV Football Coach. ........... 19, 44- Abens, Linda 93, 113 Abookire, Noreen 26, 64, 67, 71, 76, 97, 123 Abraham, Jarrett 113 Abraham, Lynda 123 Adair, Cheryl 113 Adams, Dorrie 113 Adams,Jack 86, 133 Adams, Richard 44, 45, 81, 113 Adanich, Davie 133 Aiello, Susan 113 Alderson, Sarah 113 Alexander, Diane 77, 80, 84, 97, 133 Alger, Patricia 123 Allen, Jane 78, 87, 133 Almasy, Michael 133 Alston, Linda 113 Amaddio, Nick 113 Ambrozy, Carolyn 77, 87, 94, 133 Ammiller, Sandra 72, 74, 84, 94, 107, 123 Amon, Georganne 49, , 53, 82 85, 89, 90, 109, 133, 139, 143, 169 Amore, Gary 113 Amsden, Annette 123 Amsden, Kathie 123 Anderson, Carl 123 Anderson,Robert J. 133 Anderson, Robert R. 73, 75, 123 Andersen, Ronald 133 Andren, Violet 123 Andrews, Barbara 96, 98, 133 Andrews, Kathryn 93, 99, 102, 123, 127 Andryc, Richard 133 Andrysco, Caren 123 Ange, Carl 123 Ange, Thomas '123 Anis, Sherry 123 Antall, Karen 78, 84, 103, 107, 133 Antonelli, Donna 76, 80, 90, 97, 101, 123 Arendt, Phyllis 113 Arko, Drena 83, 87, 133 Armstrong,Jacqueline 113 Armstrong, James 113 Armstrong, Linda 133 Armstrong, Michael 133 Arndt, Cynthia 49, 50, 81, 87, 133 Arndt, Judith 72, 75, 133 Arndt, Suzanne 53, 113, 118 Arnold, Thomas 43, 47, 123 Arnold, Walter 133 Arthur, Alan 81, 106, 133 Artino, Joseph 123 Ashworth, Irene 123 Atamanec, John 113 Atkinson, Peggy 87, 133 Atwell, Robert 123 August, Scott 99, 123 Augustus, Linda 134 Auvil, William 44, 45, 113 Averson, Judith 134 Axon, Carol 76, 84, 93, 102, 103, 123 STUDE T I DEX Bachman, Elaine 99, 102, 123 Bacik, Bonnie 123 Bademan, Richard 42, 77, 81, 123 Badziong, George 40, 123 Baird,John 45, 113 Baird, Kathleen 84, 102, 123 Baisch, Robert 123 Baker, Diane 77, 87, 134 Baker, Patricia 102, 113 Balas, Evelyn 123 Balij, Michael 40, 86, 134 Balint, Joyce 113 Balogh, Kathleen 113 Baloun, Jay 75, 113 Banker, Kathleen 113 Banko, Frank 134 Banyasz, Margaret 78, 123 Baran, Eugenia 84, 123 Baranuk, Michael 113 Baratta, Janice 84, 93, 98, 123 Barbarotta, John 44 Barber, Gregory 113 Barbour, Clifford 113 Barile, Samuel 113 Bernard, Bonnie 123 Baronak, George 113 Barry, Davie 113 Bartek, Philip 113 Bartell, Barbara 115 Bartens, Diane 87, 98, 107, 123 Barth, Richard 71, 73, 75, 84, 126, 134, 148 Bartkus, Richard 123 Bartlett, Carol 113 Barto, Linda 113 Basehore,John 4-4, 113 Basen, Cathy 81, 107, 113 Basista, Patricia 49, 80, 123 Batig, Dennis 113 Bauer, Barry 113 Bauhof, Bernard 123 Bauman, Patricia 134 Beal, Deborah 85, 113 Beam, Linda 134 Beaton, Richard 123, 134 Beanie, Judith 73, 74, 123 Becka, William 113 Becker, Hollis 123 Becker, Randolph 86, 134 Becker, Thomas 113 Becksted, Robert 123 Bedevelsky, Sharon 113 Bedillion, William 113 Bedocs, Thomas 134 Behringer, Sandra 49, 50, 62, 123 Behrndt, Russell 134 Belgrave, Alan 123 Bellino, Linda 134 Belskis, Barbara 96, 113 Belter, Mary 113 Benedict, Kenneth 134 Benedict, Susan 107, 113 Benesh, Gary 76, 134 Benich, Elaine 113 Benich, Geraldine 134 Benik, Janet 123 Benjamin, Raymond 82, 83, 134 Benke, Linda 102, 113 Bennett, Gregory 123 Bennett, Keith 123 Benson, Sandra 49, 52, 76, 81, 82, 84, 134 Benson, Wayne 123 Bentler, Barbara 85, 113 Beran, Linda 134 Berdysz, Barbara 123 Berger, Ellen 102, 123 Berna, Noreen 85, 113 Bernacki, Janet 85, 113 Bernot, Barbara 81, 113 Bertonaschi, Marcia 73, 123 Bertram, Shirley 77, 134 Beutel, Annell 50, 84, 123 Bevier, Evelyn 50, 113 Bevilacqua, Angelo 123 Bevilacqua, Kathy 113 Bielawski, Robert 113 Bier, Ellen 113 Biller, Thomas 32, 36, 59, 108, 135 Binder, Linda 77, 81, 107, 123 Birth, Paulette 49, 82, 135 Bishop, Joseph 113 Bittel, Joyce 123 Bittle, Ralph 113 Bittner, Dale 113 Blabolil, Wayne 34, 75, 113 Black, Jeffrey 72, 75, 76, 123 Black, Ross 75, 113 Blackwelder, Paul 123 Blaha, Thornas 135 Blanda, Diane 113 Blasco, Dennis 135 Bletsh, Gary 123 Bloise, Rosalee 123 Bloom, William 34, 58, 71, 73, 75, 82, 135 Blower, Karen 107, 113 Boadway, Bruce 113 Boc, Shirley 76, 135 Bogar, Nancy 135 Bogesch, Mary 113 Bogus, Donald 40, 123 Bo usz, Sandra 87, 135 Boimer, David 35, 81, 105, 123 Boiani, David 123 Bolek, Richard 135 Bolen, Susan 107, 123 Bolenski, Gary 32, 123 Bonileld, Dan 113 Bonk, James 32, 40, 47, 108, 135 Bopple, Edelgard 50, 77, 107, 135 Bores, Thomas 107, 113 Borling, Jane 113 Boros, Pamela 87, 123 Bourquin, William 32, 36, 47, 104, 108, 123 Bovenzi, Suzanne 78, 123 Bowen, Robert 76, 78, 123 Bowker, Carol 49, 76, 89, 123 Boyda, Robert 71, 72, 75, 123 Boyer, Valerie 135 Bozik, Sandra 113 Bozik, Sharon 135 Brada, Barbara 113 Bradley, Richard 113 Brand, Patricia 113 Brandes, Jeffrey 73, 83, 135 Brandes, Karen 76, 123 Branst, George 76, 79, 103, 123 Bray, Sharon Ann 113 Brazet, Claudia 123 Breda, Ronald 123 Brenner, Roderick 113 Breyley, Judith 123 Briggs, James 36, 78, 96, 105, 135 Bright, Susan 73, 77, 79, 88, 123 Broggini, Raymond 72, 76, 123 Brown, Daniel 113 Brown, David 123 Brown,Janet 107, 113 Brown, Joyce 135 Brown, William 113 Brownfield, Diane 123 Brownfield, Nancy 113 Broz, Glenn 123 Brozak, Monica 81, 113 Bruegger, Norma Jean 123 Bruggers, Kenneth 71, 77, 79 83, 135 Bryan, Lana 71, 74, 107, 135 Bryda, Bernadette 85, 135 Bubuli, Beth 72,102,123 Bufzglger, Nancy 50, 84, 96, 97 Buchholz, George 32, 38, 81, 123 Buckholz, Donald 113 Buckshaw, Julianne 136 Budak, Bonita 123 Buk, Anthony 136 Buker, Robert 92, 97, 105, 123, 131 Bukhair, Alexander 76, 79, 123 Bukvic, Robert 136 Bulan, Jack 86, 136 Bulcroft, Eileen 113 Burg, Robert 75, 113 Burgess, Bradley 113 Burhoe, Ann 102, 113, 136 Burhoe, George 34 Burke, Donna 107, 112, 113 Burke, Elaine 78, 107, 136 Burke, Sharon 49, 52, 77, 79, 122, 123 Burrell, Jacqueline 113 Burtnett, William 136 Busch, Shirley 27, 113 Bush, George 113 Bush, Raymond 123 Butterfield, Dale 123 Butts, Marilyn 83, 87, 98, 136 Buy, David .123 Buzek, James 136 Buzek, William 123 Cahal, Thomas 38, 108, 123 Calaway, Wallis 44, 113 Caldwell, Elizabeth 113 Calio, Cynthia 123 Callaghan, Shirley 113 Candish, Paul 123 Caravona, Donald 32, 36, 108, 136 Cardwell, Dale 113 Cardwell, Steven 76, 137 Carmichael, William 32, 125 Carnegie, Judith 81, 87, 137 Caron, Charles 73, 92, 123 Carpenter, Suzanne 53, 82, 84, 137 Carretta, Carolyn 50, 113 Casale, John 113 Cassese, Joan 113 Castor, Ted 35, 36, 77, 81, 105, 106, 137 Caufield, Page 45, 123 Caves, Deborah 90, 123 Caves, Linda 123 Cawthon, John 137 Ceboll, Donna 123 Cervenka, Sandra 137 Chaffin, Catherine 73, 75, 77, 89, 90, 123 Chaky, Michael 113 Chanter, George 113 Chapman, Diana 113 Chappell, Geraldine 113 Chappell, Mary Lou 77, 123 175 9 Charvat, James 34, 38, 108, 123 ,Cheris, Carne 113 Chesnik, Frank 123 Chiara, Joseph 123 Chilcot, Gary 42, 77, 123 Childs, Janette 81, 113 Chmielarski, Gary 113 Chmielarski, Robert 123 Chmielewski, Christine 102, 113 Chmielewski, Theresa 123 Choeky, Janet 137 Chomik, Barbara 113 Chrewan, Marlene 93, 113 Christian, Susan 113 Christian, Thomas 113 Christman, Barbara 50, 93, 102, 123 Christman, Douglas 76, 123 Chubokas, Rosemarie 113 Chuha, David 123 Cigary, Michael 123 Cigary, Patricia 87, 123 Cilluffo, Rosemary 123 Cimmino, Renato 113 Cioletti, Cheryl 113 Cioletti, Patricia 113 Cira, Elaine 73, 123 Citino, Roger 137 Clark, Joyce 113 Clark, Lon 113 Clark, Patricia 114 Claywell, Rosalie 123 Cleary, Diana 123 Climaco, Michael 137 Clos, George 123 Clow, Arthur 96, 137 Coates, Gregory 114 Coates, Larry 114 Cochran, David 100, 105, 123 Cochran, Marlene 114 Cole, Donna 81, 114 Colaric, Douglas 114 Collins, James 123 Collins, Sharon 77, 81, 123 Colonna, Christine 114 Combs, Barbara 73, 75, 137 Comienski, James 114 Conklin, Richard 137 Connacher, Georgia 123 Connor, Cheryl 114 Connover, Chris 45, 46, 114 Contofalsky, Lynne 107, 123 Conway, Carla 107, 114 Cook, Cynthia 114 Cool, H. Martin 71, 72, 73, 75 123 Cooper, Carol 49, 77, 80, 84, 95, 123, 124 Cooper, Ronald 38, 44 Cooper, Thomas 114 Coppella, Cheryl 102, 114 Corley, Daniel 42, 124 Cornelius, Mary 84, 98, 137 Corradi, Paula 124 Corrao, Carl 124 Corrao, Paul 124 Corrao, Rosemarie 137 Corrigan, Sheila 124 Cosby, Kathleen 71, 114 Costanzo, Donna 76, 124 Costanzo, Gary 114 Coughlin, George 86, 137 Courey, Laureen 78, 124 Courtis, Karen 98, 124 Cowley, Jeanne 85, 107, 124 Coyle, Margaret 137 Coyner, Alan 75, 114 Craig, Cal 114 Crane, James 137 Crawford, Suanne 124 Crawford, Terrence 76, 78, 124 176 9 . Csire, Ernest 44, 114 Csiszar, Irene 137 Cuffari, Sylvia 124 Cummings, Thomas 137 Curry, Georgia 137 Custer, Nancy 114 Cutter, Kay 124 Czech, Ray 138 Czech, Robert 138 D'Amico, Carol 114 Dacre, Albert 78, 124 Dagata, Joseph J. 81, 88, 104, 106, 108, 136, 138 Dagata, Joseph T. 32, 81, 124 Dagata, Rosanne 114 Dagnan, Michael 44, 114 Dahl, Penny 124 Dahn, Leslie 102,114 Dalessandro, James 34 Daley, Pamela 124 Dandrea, Samuel 114 Danelishen, Daisy 114 Danelishen, James 114 Daney, Jill 71,74, 138 Daniels, Michael 114 Darmstadt, Kathleen 114 Davenport, Janet 124 Davey, Diane 138 Davidson, Allan 76, 124 Davis, Charlot 138 Davis, Diane 85, 107, 112, 114 Davis, Gary 114 Davis, Gregory 114 Davis, Nadine 72, 84, 102, 138 Davis, Terry 114 Davison, Douglas 124 Day, James 114 DeAzambuja, Flavia 76, 80, 138, 162 DeCapite, Andrea 138 DeMeter, Marilyn 77, 84, 102, 103, 124 DeOreo, Connie 75, 107, 114 Deacon, Linda 150, 106, 114 Dech, Linda 114 Decker, John 114 Dedrick, Thomas 87, 102, 124 Degirolamo, Dale 138 Degirolamo, John 114 Dehn, Jill 73, 74, 124 DeLancey, Karen 124 Deli, Germaine 114 Delia, Theresa 124 Demeter, Marilyn 84, 102, 103 Demeter, William 124 Demian, Walter 124 Demko, Annette 87, 138 Demko, David 124 Demko, Donna 114 Demski, Judy 80, 82, 95, 138 Dennison, Kerry 138 Dereschuk, Christine 138 Desmone, Richard 102, 138 Detore, Dianne 82, 93, 109, 138 Detore, Peter 114 Deucher, Charleen 114 Devera, Margaret 114 Devlin, Bernadette 114 DiAngelo, Victor 32, 124, 125 DiBenedetto, Chester 114 DiBenedetto, Gaetana 124 DiFiore, Gus 114 Diable, Bernard 114 Dieball, Linda 73, 74, 124 Dienes, Barbara 82, 84, 95, 138 Dietz, Cheryl 102, 107, 124 Dietz, George 34, 40, 78, 108 138 Dietz, Karen 76, 107, 124 Difranco, Geraldine 114 Dillon, Gary 114 Dinardo, Joseph 138 Dinse, Karen 114 Dod, Eric 100, 124 Dobro, Kathleen 50, 92, 97, 102, 107, 138 Dodick, Susan 114 Doering, Claudia 50, 76, 84, 124 Dome, Lawrence 83, 139 Dompier, Douglas 139 Dompier, Ronald 114 Doran, Maureen 87, 139 Dornbrook, Dustin 114 Dornbrook, Eugene 32, 80, 82 139 Doskocil, Anthony 32, 124 Dowdell, Margaret 114 Downing, John 44, 114 Downs, Mary Jean 49, 139 Drago, Joseph 44, 114 Drake, Deloss Jr. 83, 106, 139 Dregalla, Herbert 72, 74, 124 Dubick, Mary Ellen 114 Duchon, Carol 87, 124 Duffy, Thomas 114 Dugan, Christine 139 Duke, Marcia 71, 81, 107 Dumford, Mona 139 Dumford, Dianne 114 Duplaga, Gayle 107, 115, 124 Durda, Anthony 115 Durda, John '124 Dvorak, Dianne 124 Dvorak, Donald 139 Dworznik, James 98, 124 Dwyer, Neil 115 Dyck, John 97, 139 Dylag, Donna 140 Dziedzicki, Robert 71, 73, 75 124 Dzurik, Susan 107 Earley, Jacqueline 124 Early, Charles 124 Eby, Lawrence 39, 124 Eckerfield, Frances 115 Eden, James 115 Edwards, Carol 124 Edwards, Donna 115 Eggett, Diane 71, 115 Ehrlich, Bobby 83, 102,140 Ehrbar, Paul 77, 140 Eibel, Edward 115 Einheit, Gary 124 Eisenhart, Daniel 115 Eizember, Timothy 124 Ekblad, Carol 72, 76, 82, 102 140 Elek, Martin 140 Elek, Michael 140 Ellinwood, Philip 115 Elwood, Robert 115 Emiield,Ga.ry 124 Emmons, Maureen 76, 124 Enmons,Terry 34, 140 Englehart, Richard 71, 75, 140 Epstein, Jesse 57, 72, 74, 92 93, 124 J Erikson, Judith 49, 77, 84, 89 95, 124 Estenik, Patricia 86, 140 Estronick, Glen 35, 140 1 Evanchak, Patricia 57, 80, 85 87, 93, 140 Evancho, Diane 77, 124 Ewan, Beverly 49, 83, 140 Eyman,.Penny 115 Fabian, David 115 Fackler, Russell 32, 124 Fahrland, Linda 49, 76, 79, 83 84, 140 Falkenstein, Cheryl 124 Fath, Gloria 77, 140 Faubel, Craig 81, 115 Faulhammer, Karen 115 Fava, Pauline 87, 140 Fava, Suzanne 124 Febel, Irmagard 87, 140 F edorcio, Virginia 140 Feher, Donna 115 F eldhouse, Joseph 140 Felice, Sandra 115 Fenda, Gregory 32, 124 Fenda, Patricia 76, 81, 124 Fenda, Paulette 83, 89, 95, 140 Ference, John 32, 108, 140 F erencz, Cristine 115 Ferguson,John 124 Ferguson, Timothy 115 Fernelius, Christine 76, 84, 103, 124 Ferrini, Lawrence 115 Fiegland, Dale 47, 124 F ierle, Suzanne 115 Fierle, Thomas 115 Filous, Thomas 115 Filson, Christine 115 Finn, Gayle 141 Finn, Nancy 80, 124 Fiore, Leonard 115 Fisher, Jay 141 Fisher, Jon 115 Fisher, Martin 124 Fitch, Gerald 34, 141 Fitiak, Andrew 115 Fix, Leslie 78, 85, 98, 121 Fixley, Bela 100, 102, 103, 141 Flament, Thomas 115 Flamik, George 115 Flash, James 124 Flegel, Edward 34, 115 Flick, Daniel 115 Florio, William 124 Floro, Diane 115 Flowers, William 34, 141 Folsom, Edwin 96, 97, 100, 101, 105, 106, 125 Forbus, Sharon 115 Foster, Barbara 50, 93, 102, 115 Foster, Dennis 98 Foster, George 77, 79, 84, 91, 106, 125 Foster, Thomas 86 Fox, Barbara 115 Fox, David 115 Frank, J uditb 115 Frankenberg, Elizabeth 115 Frankenberg, Richard 115 Franklin, Donna 78, 125, 126 Franklin, Patricia 81, 90, 115 Frantisak, Carol 87, 141 Fratalonie, Vivienne 115 Frederick, Linda 98, 141 Fricker, John 102, 106, 115 Frietsch, Janet 87, 98, 141 Frimel, Gail 125 Fritsch, Ronald 125 9 Fritsch, Sandra 81, 102, 125 Fritz, Kenneth 98, 102, 106, 125 Frolin, Michael 115 Fruits, Barbara 125 F uerhoff, Kathleen 87, 98, 141 Fuller, Diane 102, 125 Fuller, James 115 Furman, Charles 32, 141 Gable, Florence 125 Gainey, Charles 44, 45, 115 Galaboff, Sondra 102, 125 Galardi, Barbara 86, 87, 141 Galdun, Geraldine 52, 81, 83, 141 Galdun, Nancy 53, 115, 118 Gall, Elaine 107, 125 Galliher, Thomas 125 Gallucci, Gust 115 Gallupoli, Patricia 141 Galvin, Tim 115 Gandolf, Edward 78, 125 Gannarelli, Rose Marie 141 Gannitelli, Mary Jean 87, 98, , 141 Gannon, Dale 125 Gannon, John 115 Gannon, Patricia 78, 125 Gans, Dianne 125 Gantose, Jeanine 125 Garafalo, Grace 141 Garapic, Richard 115 Garofalo, Carole 50, 124, 125 Garrity, Linda 141 Gartman, Jimmie 44,115 Gary, Constance 64, 97, 141 GUY, Joseph 80, 97, 125 Gaydos, Robert 125 Gedeon, Dennis 125 Geiger, James 34, 141 Gelmas, Kenneth 141 Genter, Karen 115 .Genzen, Jeff 115 Georgeff, Carol 64, 85, 87, 97, 107, 142 Gerace, Michael 75, 115 Gerding, Carol 142 Gerding, Robert 73, 75, 125 Germ, Rudolph 115 Germ, Sharon 125 German, Sharon 85, 92, 125, 131 Gettel, Janet 142 Ghrist, John 115 Giaimo, Lucille 115 Gibala, Shirley 142 Giblin, Peter 142 Gibson, Wayne, 71, 73, 75, 125 Gibson, William 44, 81, 115 Gierhart, Darla 142 Gilbert, Lynn 87, 125 Gilchrist, Cynthia 115 Giles, Gayle 77, 125 Gill, Jacqueline 97,142 Gilles, Loreen 142 Girosky, Michael 115 Glenn, Sharon 107, 142 Glennon, Thomas 115 Glowacki, Joanne 107, 142 Gluck, Vincent 125 Godman, Nadine 102,115 Goebelt, Dennis 115 Goebl, Judy 107, 115 Goetz, Daniel 77, 103, 125 Goetz, William 40, 142 Golas, Sharon 125 Golden, Mary Ann 85, 142 Goldner, James 125 Golombek,Joseph 100, 142 Goltz, Sheryl 125 Golubski, Larry 115 Good, Peggy 80, 125 Goode, Mary 125 Goodwin, Carol 115 Goodwin, Francis Jr. 115 Goodyear, Eric 72, 81, 106, 125 Gore, James 83, 106, 142 Gorsica, Beverly 92, 125 Graber, Robin 142 Grabiec, Margaret 87, 142 Grabinski, Cynthia 102, 116 Grace, Robert' 116 Grady, Jeffrey 34, 40, 142 Grady, Susan 125 Graf, Gloria 125 Grafinger, Lydia 72, 74, 82,142 Graham, Alan 34, 116 Graham, Earl 39, 108, 142 Grahl, Cynthia 84, 95, 125 Granfors, Connie 116 Gravatt, Byron 116 Gray, Donald 57, 100, 125 Gray, Richard 116 Grecenuk, Theodore 116 Grecol, Laurence 125 Green, Betsy 107, 125 Green, Janelle 116 Greenberg, Carol 49, 50, 83, 84, 95, 107, 142 Greene, Elaine 125 Grenda, Dennis 14-3 Greslick, John 143 Gress, Gary 73, 75, 78, 84, 143 Grey, Pamela 107, 125 Griesbach, Donna 49, 77, 89, 125 Grigas, Judith 102, 116 Grisak, Margie 102, 125 Grisik, John 96, 143 Groenke, Michael 116 Gross, Sandra 116 Grove, John 116 Grugel, Jean 125 Gruhn, Gary 125 Grunau, Lynn 116 Gubics, Kalman 143 Gubics, Laurel 116 Guddy, Bernadette 85, 125 Gudin, Genevieve 143 Guenther, Patricia 81 Gumz Gar 78 81 82 90, 95, y Y 9 9 9 96, 106,108,109,143 Gurovich, Daniel 125 Gurrera, Samuel 116 Guska, John 32, 41, 108, 125 Guthrie,Karin 116 Guzik,James 125 Haberkost, Deanna 116 Haberkost, Donald 35, 76, 79, 80, 125 Haburchak, David 34, 72, 74, 75, 106, 125 Habusta, Steven 116 Hackney, Linda 125 Haddad, Wesley 143 Hadovsky, Anthony 116 Hagenberger, Kenneth 116 Hague, Kathleen 125 Haire, Sandra 87, 143 Halasz, Steve 116 Haller, Alice 116 Haller, William 47. 125 Hamilton, Norma 116 Hammond, Melanie 116 Hammond, Melinda 116 Hamula, Linda 116 Hanisko, Danny 125 Hanisko, Paul 143 Hanna, Sandra 87, 144 Hannan, Eileen 116 Hannan, Tari 125 Hannan, Thomas 144 Hansen, Elsie 80, 86, 144 Hansen, Lis 86, 144 Happel, Barbara 125 Harbison, Phillip 72, 74, 144 Harden, David 105, 125 Hardy, Diane 116 Hargrove, Wilfred 125 Harkolovich, Michael 39, 144 Harlan, Tom 83,144 Harmon, Earldean 126 Harper, Roger 116 Harris, Sue 116 Harrison, Ilona 81, 97, 126 Harrison, Susan 81, 116 Hartley, Donald 47 Hartlieb, Jeffrey 41, 65, 106, 108, 144 Hartline, Florence 106, 144 Hartline, Patricia 50, 126 Hartman, Alanna 72, 74, 126 Hartman, David 97, 144 Hartman, Don 71, 74, 116 Hartman, Marjorie 80, 85, 145 Hartman, Robert 145 Hartman, Terry 116 Hasman, Charles 116 Hassa, Joanne 87, 92, 126 Hasselschwert, Cynthia 72, 74, 102, 126 Hatvany, Richard 116 Haug, James 34, 40, 81, 82, 106, 145 Haug, Judith 116 Haug, Linda 116 Hausser, Gail 126 Hausser, Gwen 77, 84, 102, 126 Havel, Bonnie 49, 53, 76, 81, 82, 84, 143, 145, 167 Hawran, Georgiana 98, 145 Hawran, Patricia 16, 116 Hayn, Darrell 116 Hays, Michael 126 Heaton, Judith 74 Hehmeyer, Kenneth 145 Hehmeyer, William 116 Heidenreich, Peter 4-4, 45, 116 Heinz, Richard 145 ' Heisler, Joan 126 Held, Sandra 126 Hemeyer, Micki' 76, 145 Hennel. Mariorie 116 Henning, Roger 100, 14-5 Henninger, Susan 116 Hennings, Valerie 87, 145 Hepp, Carol 116 Hepp, Norbert 116 Heppner, Joanne 126 Heppner, Ronald 116 Herbkersman, Linda 126 Herbold, Kenneth 145 Herman, Noreen 116 Hermanson, Sharon 57, 81, 84, 97, 102, 126 Hermanson, Susan 80, 84, 97, 102, 126 Hern, Janet 72, 73, 74, 126 Herrmann, Donald 145 Herrmann, Robert 126 Herron, Donna 116 Hertel, Linda 102, 116 Hertelendy, Jeanne 83, 87, 145 Hesseman, Carol 116 Hetzel, Sharon 116 Hibian, Joyce 116 Hicks, Linda 76, 89, 97, 102, 145 Higgins, Thomas 34, 40, 126 Hilfer, Richard 45, 126 Hill, Ellen 107, 116 Hill, Jacqueline 145 Hill, Jerry 128 u Hill, Ronald 126 Hill, Scott 34, 108, 126 Hillegas, Sandra 126 Hine, Lauren 145 Hinegardner, Barbara 116 Hinrich, Margaret 50, 126 Hirko, Mary 87, 145 Hirko, Thomas 145 Hlavaty, John 116 Hlucky, Phillip 145 Hobl, Alan 126 Hockenberry, Bertram 100, 145 Hodar, Richard 126 Hodge, Amelia 116 Hoelter, David 73, 75, 126 Hoffman, Bonnie 83, 84, 95, 146 Hohenstein, Dennis 126 Holden, Robert 73, 75, 126 Holford, Cathy 98, 126 Hollaway, Michael 146 Holm, Judith 116 Holm, Robert 76, 126 Holmes, Bonnie 146 Holt, Diana 84, 146 Hooker, Gary 105, 146 Hooker, Gloria 116 Hornack, Barbara 116 Hornung, Steve- 126 Horvath, James '23, 102, 116 Horvath, Joseph 76,126 Horvath, Mary 85, 103, 126 Hosey, Dorsel 126 Hosic, Barbara 81, 84, 98, 126 Hosic, Patricia 116 Hostal, Susan 101, 126 Houck, Janis 49, 77, 82, 84, 146 Hovanec, Jay 146 Hren, Anthony 34, 40, 108, 146 Hribar, Janet 116 Hricisin, Carol 74, 92, 126 Hruby, Joseph 75, 116 Huckabay, Antoinette 146 Hudson, Carol 102,116 Huffman, Kathleen 146 Huge, Arthur 32, 47, 126 Hughes, Virginia 59, 76, 94, 102, 107, 126 Hulec,Jean 53, 90, 116, 118 Humphrey, Janis 77,126 Hunt, Geralen 107, 116 Hunter, Donna 116 Hunter, Linda 146 Hunter, John 78, 94, 102, 126 Hunter, Pamela 85, 98, 99, 102, 146 Hutnik, Tamara 126 Hwozdyk, Eileen '146 Iacano, Emanuel 86 Ihde, Nancy 78, 98, 146 Imbrigiotta, Frances 116 Immormino, Joseph 116 Immormino, Linda 116 Incorvia, Joann 107, 146 Ingersoll, Dick 71, 72, 75, 146 Innocenzi, Darlene 146 Irwin, Thomas 75, 126, 173 177 lsaac, Carol Jo 146 Isenhath, Donald 146 Ivancic, Richard 116 J ablonski, Dennis 116 Jackson, Christine 116 Jackson, Judith 146 Jackson, Lynne 84, 99, 126 Jackson, Robert 1 16 Jackson, Tim 126 Jacobi, Barbara 16, 116 Jacobs, Beverly 116 Jacobs, Mary Jane 102, 116 Jacoby, Ronald 73, 75, 147 Jadrych, Susan 116 J agusch, Barbara 116 J ancen, Adrienne 147 Janda, Mary Ann 87, 147 J ankowski, Marlene 126 Jankura, James 40, 104, 108 147 Jantz, Shirley 83, 147 Jarmusik, Sandra 116 Jarvis, Christina 116 14-9 Kotasek, Nancy 102, 107, 117 Jarvis, Kathleen 147 Jasany, Kathryn 87, 126 Jech, Donna 116 Jech, Karen 107, 147 Jeckel, Barbara 87, 126 Jefferson, Ethel 116 Jemma, Naomi 126 Jenkins, Gayle 50 Jensch, Connie 126 Jevnikar, Charles 126 Jex, Mildred 126 Jicha, Linda 116 Jobe, Dale 126 Joeright, Daniel 126 Johnson, Gerald 34, 106, 147 Johnson, Patricia 126 Johnson, Robert Jr. 168 Johnson, Roger 32, 38, 147 Johnson, Sharon 50, 126 Johnston, Susan 116 J oines, Richard 39, 126 Kaine, Kathryn 93, 98, 127 Kalilich, Susan 116 Kalina, Gregory 96, 127 Kalita, Dennis 116 Kaminoski, Marilyn 127 Kaminski, Sharon 81, 116 Kamorowski, Carole 102 Kamps, Lee 116 Kaniecki, Candace 76, 107, 127 Kapela, Gregory 75, 116 Kaput, John 147 Kapustar, Alan 44, 45, 116 Karales, Mary Ellen 107 Karales, Stephen 71, 116, 147 Karberg, Randall 40, 102, 147 Karbon, Claudine 127 Karbon, Joyce 50, 87, 127 Kare, Linda 80, 92, 127 Karlosky, Joyce 116 Karlosky, Sharon 83, 87, 147 Karnowski, David 1 16 Karpa, Joyce 127 Kartson, Dean 71, 73, 74, 127 Kartson, Elaine 127 Kaska, Alice 77, 93, 148 Kaska, Joyce 116 Kasnyik, David 148 Kasnyik, Kenneth 116 Kason, Andrew 127 Kason, Nancy 49, 72, 77, 83, 84. 102, 148 Kassouf, Barbara 116 Kassouf, Kenneth Jr. 148 Kassouf, Ronald 148 Kasych, Thomas 105, 148, 151 Kathrien, William 116 Katzan, Louise 116 Kaugurs,Mara 116 Ka Patricia 92 127 131 ya 9 9 Kazura, James 72, 74, 80, 83, 148 Keaton, Warren 116 Keiser, Kathleen 102, 127 Kempton, Richard 127 Kencson, David 32, 36, 37, 63, 81, 105, 108, 127 Kendrick, Pete 127 Kenny, Nicholas 116 Kent, Barbara 49, 53, 80, 82, 84, 139, 148, 169 Kenzig, Linda 87, 127 Jones, Marcia 93, 95, 102, 126, 127 Jones, Cynthia 116 Jones, Jeffrey 67, 97, 104, 108, 147 Jones, Patricia 116 Jones, Susan 73, 74, 84, 93, 103, 126 Jorgensen, Sharon 116 Jost, Diane 87, 98, 147 Joyce,Judy 77, 126 Judd, Melinda 116 Judd, Patricia 147 Kepes, Kerins, Kerlin, Kerlin, 148 Karen 116 Linda 81,85,107,148 James 116 William 38, 47, 108, Kessler, Joann 77, 102, 127 Kettler, Edward 116 Kibelbek, James 149 Kibler, Dwain 116 Kich, Robert 127 Jurand, George 43, 126 Juras, Kathryn 82, 99, 147 Juratovac, Thomas 32, 80, 126 Jurick, Theresa 77, 102, 147 Kijanko, Anthony 32, 36, 106, 127 Kijanko, Johanna 73, 102, 149 Kilbane, Gail 127 Kilbane,Judith 117 Kilgore, Timothy 149 Kinbaum, Linda 71, 107, 117 King, Kenneth 127 Kabasan, Dennis 34, 73, 75, 83,147 Kachelein, Jeffrey 76, 79, 100, 147 Kaczmarski, Daniel 127 Kader, Gary 116 Kaderabek, Charlotte 77, 87, 98, 127 Kafun, Kathryn 116 178 Kinsman, Susan 107, 117 Kircher, David 32, 127 Kirchner, George 117 Kirchner, Gregory 117 Kirkpatrick, Joy 117 Kirkpatrick, Mary 127 Kirstein, Pauline 85, 117 Kish, Frank 117 Kish, Gary 127 Kish, Veronica 107, 117 Kispert, Donald 34, 40, 72, 75, 127 Kiss, Daniel 127 Kittinger, R. Bruce 127 Kittinger, Catherine 117 Kittinger, Walter 117 Klacza, Nancy 127 Klanac, Antoinette 127 Klavins, Erika 127 Klein, Marcia 87, 149 Kleindienst, Eugene 149 Kleiss, Neal 117 Kleiss, Richard 149 Kling, Eija 77, 97, 149 Kling, Maila 72, 127 Klingman, Caren 107, 117 Kloos,Dolores 117 Klun, Harry 127 Kluth, Linda 49, 50, 77, 81, 127 Knapik, Sharon 117 Knauer, Edward 127 Knight, Robert 127 Kobs, John 103, 127 Kobus, John 127 Kocaja, John 117 Koch, Cheryl 117 Kocka, Donald 83, 149 Kocka, John 127 Koenig, Karen 117 Koerper, Robert 71, 74, 127 Kofron, Sandra 127 Koharik, Richard 117 Kohls, Marcia 127 Kolibaba, Diana 117 Kolke, Cheryl 149 Kollar, Joseph 149 Kolmanl, Patricia 117 Kolman, Toby 81, 117 Kolonick, Pat 127 Kolthoff, Linda 117 Komar, Richard 75, 117 Komorowski, Carol 117 Komorowski, James 127 Konecsni, John 34, 149 Konrad, Sharyn 81, 98, 127 Kontur, Ronald 117 Kopp, Michele 117 Korec, David 71, 73, 75, 149 Korecky, Carole 127 Kormos, Keith 127 Koshock, Louise 117 Kost, Donald 127 Kost, Edward 127 Kost, Paula 117 Kotasek, David 73, 75, 84, 105, Kott, Donald 39, 149 Kovach, Beverly 84, 149 Kovacs, Dennis 127 Kovacs, Donald 127 Kovatch, William 127 Kowal, Jan 117 Kozak,,Bernard 117 Kozak, Karen 80, 85, 89, 127 Kozimor, Christine 102, 107, 117 Krafcik, Timothy 77, 97, 149 Kraft, Ray 149 Kreko, Betty 149 Kreko, Lois 117 Kresanko, John 127 Kresanko, William 117 Krisak, David 127 Kriska, Steven 117 Krivos, Robert 127 Kroboth, Shirley 1 17 Kronenberger, Nancy 117 Kroupa, William 32, 127 Kruggel, Judith 83, 94, 102, 107, 149 Kruk, Karen 50, 84, 93, 107, 149 Kruk, Rebecca 127 Krukowski, John 150 Krupka, Tom 127 Krusinski, Richard 127 Krysiak, Allan 71, 75, 127 Kucera,Joanne, 127 Kucera, Terese 150 Kuchling, Annmarie 98, 127 Kuczynski, Cynthia 77, 79, 150 Kudlacz, Kathryn 127 Kuhar, Carolyn 117 Kuhar, Janet 150 Kuhn, Carol 50, 78, 95, 127 Kulcsar, Gail 81, 90, 107, 114, 115, 117 Kulczycki, Michael 117 Kulis, Timothy 150 Kuntz,James 117 Kunz, Eric 32, 40, 47, 81, 88, 104, 108, 150 Kuonen, Karen 83, 150 Kupniewski, Daniel 117 Kurak, Lola 150 Kurek, Diane 78, 102, 128 Kurtz, Barbara 50, 117 Kutchko, Marsha 85, 99, 128 LaRocco, Eileen 150 Labuda, Judy 83, 84, 144, 150 Labuda, William 128 Lacek, Joseph 117 Lackman, Laura 150 Lackman, Leona 150 Lade, Lawrence 38, 86, 150 Lake, Ronald 150 Lamb, Sally 102. 107, 117 Iillgkl, Edmund 150 Lane, Christine 128 Lane, Stephen 71, 75, 150 Lange, Eric 128 Langenfelder, Cheryl Ann 150 Lanza, Anthony 117 Lanzer, Linda 117 Lanzdorf, Danny 117 Lappin, Mary 76, 128 Lascko, John 117 Laska, Martin 86, 150 Laska, Sandra 128 Lasko, Judy 117 Lasky, Barbara 150 Lasley, James 150 Latanick, David 65, 88, 102, 104, 108, 151 Latimer, Guy 32, 41, 47, 59, 80, 32, 104,108, 151 Latine, Lawrence 117 Latos, Christine 117 Latsko, Jane 128 Latter, Bruce 117 Lauger, Sheila 117 Laughlin, Linda 81, 128 Lawler, Frances 117 Lawler, Tamara 151 Leahy, Gary 117 Lee, Karen 117 Legan, Joanne 75, 85, 117 Leggett, Darlene 117 Lehotan, David 151 Lehotan, Karen 102, 117 Leib, Kenneth 128 Leiby, Diane 117 Leiby, Grant 73, 75, 128 Leiby, Willard 78, 128 Lemire, David 151 Lemire, Paul 117 Lempner, Joseph 117 Lendvay, Diane 128 Leonard, Mary 117 Leporati, Tom 117 Leppa, James 151 Lerch, Judy 117 LeRoy, Susan 76, 128 Lessing, Judith 50, 80, 95, 128 Lewicki, Allan 72. 73. 75, 151 Lewis, Mary Lynn 128 Lichvar, Douglas 100, 128 Lignos, George 102, 117 Liguori, Julius 75, 117 Lincoln, RoJean 87, 151 Link, Linda 117 Linx, Dawn 117 Lioce, Gregory 117 Lipa, Marilynn 77, 151 Lipa, Mark 151 Lippmann, Frances 76, 95, 128 LoCastro, Barbara 77, 82, 84, 85, 98, 99, 152 LoParo, Charleen 117 Loebs, Frank 32, 47, 104, 108, 152 Loftus, Joan 152 Lohmann, Carol 17, 84, 102, 128 Loika, Sally 107, 117 Long, Ronald 58, 59, 83, 97, 148, 152, 167 Lopez, Anita 81, 102, 117 Lopez, Linda 102, 128 Lovelady, David 32, 40, 108, 152 Lowdermilk, David 94, 117 Lowdermilk, Virginia 58, 97, 144, 152 Lucas, Marlene 117 Lucht, Roy 83, 152 Ludwig, Thomas 152 Lukacsko, Wayne 91, 100, 103 Lukasik, Gary 117 Luke, Judi 107,117 Lutz. Thomas 117 Lutz, William 152 Lynch, Diana 152 Lynch, Mary 152 Maar, Andrew 117 MacDowell, Daniel 128 Machor, Robert 86, 152 Mack, Michele 117 Mackert, Linda 117 Mackulin, Cheryl 49, 62, 128 Madden, William 128 Maddox, John 128 Madey, Robert 41, 88, 104, 108, 152 Maier, Kathleen 26, 76, 80, 97, 107, 125, 128 Majka, Dennis 128 Major, Lee 71, 74, 90, 92, 105, 128 Makoski, Gene 32, 152 Makoski, Wayne 4-4, 117 Malek, George 44, 45, 117 Malin, Kenneth 152 Malusky, Lancing 117 Mamone,Joseph 117 Manchek, Shirley 50, 78, 85, 98,152 Mangone, Linda 81, 128 Manti, Adele 152 Mantz,John 128 Mapes, Georgia 117 Marchewka, John 75, 128 Marciniak, Donald .152 Marcuz, Richard 152 Marek, James 106,128 Marginian, Mary Lou 117 Marhefka, Patricia 117 Marinelli, Guy 40, 72, 74, 128 Marks, Kathleen 152 Marr, Candace 84, 93, 102, 128, 176 Marr, Judith 117 Marron, James 128 Marsoun, Dennis, 117 Martell, Linda 117 Martens, Alan 34, 153 Martens, Neil 75, 117 Martin, Kay 153 Martin, Richard 44, 117 Martin, Susan 74, 128 Martin, William 128 Martinez, Gary 44, 117 Marx, Douglas 117 Marzola, Vincent 44, 117 Maschuk, Mary 117 Mascol, William 117 Mason, Gregory 71, 75, 153 Master, Patricia 128 Mathe, Beverly ,153 Mathews, David 75, 117 Matis, Sheldon 65, 105 Matuska, Rae 153 Matuska, Sandra 117 Matyk, Ronald 117 Maudsley, James 128 Mauser, Diana 153 Mawhinney, Robert 117 Maxin, James 153 Maxsymin, Anna 102, 117 May, Thomas 117 Mayer, Dorothy 117 Mayer, Gary 32, 41, 80, 153 Mazzeo, Vito 83, 153 McCann, Kathleen 77, 93, 102, 128 McCarthy, Martin 128 McCarthy, Mary 128 McCleave, William 4-4. 45, 117 McClintock, Linda 117 McCosh, Joanne 128 McCullough, Lynne 128 McCulloch, Martha 117 McDonald, Jacqueline 83, 84, 107, 153 McDonald, Martha 81, 107, 117 McDonough, Judith 128 McFadden, Thomas 117 McGary, Sally 98, 128 McGinty, Kathleen 92, 128, 131 McMahon, James 117 McMillen, Wayne 154 McNabb, Derek 128 McNoldy, Marian 79, 118 Mecke, Karen 128 Mecsko, Rita 87, 107, 154 Meder, Sheryl 85, 107, 154 Meeth, Sue 22, 49, 52, 53, 76, 80, 84, 90, 91, 95, 107, 122, 126, 128 Mehrling, James 128 Meibert, Renee 78, 118 Melcher, Douglas 128 Mellis, Mathew 32, 41, 104, 108, 154 Mendat, Raemarie 92, 128 Menear, William 47, 118 Mendlik, Leonard 128 Mengel, Carole 128 Mentall, Preston 154 Mernone, Thomas 39, 154 Messerknecht, Ellen 80, 91 154 Metz, James 118 Metzger, Paul 154 Metzler, Robert 154 Meyer, Barbara 154 Meyer, Gifford 44, 80, 118 Meyer, Hal 42, 104, 108, 154 Meyer, Kim 118 Meyers, David 128 Mezzulo, Barbara 83, 87, 154 Michalek, Gary 81, 82, 93, 103, 106, 144, 154 Michalovich, Michael 154 Michalske, Joann 71, 75, 118 Michaud,Jan 47, 104, 108, 154 Mickey, Robert 128 Mielke, Dale 118 Mielke, Gary 128 Mihna, Michael 154- Miklus, James 118 Mikulas, Emil 32, 36, 41, 100, 108, 154 Mikulas, Timothy 44, 45, 118 Mileti, Robert 118 Milinkovich, Justine 118 Millard, Cheryl 118 Miller, Cynthia 73, 74, 128 Miller, Gary 36, 128 Miller, Gwen 49, 76, 89, 91, 128 Miller, James 154 Miller, Judith 118 Miller, Linda 98, 118, Miller, Madeleine I 128 Miller, Marilyn 50, 97, 154 Miller, Rita 96, 118 Miller, Ronald 78, 118 Miller, Sharon 77, 85, 154 Minto, Robert 40, 155 Mion, Eugene 76, 118 Mitchell, Dale 118 Mitzo, Janice 76, 128 Mitzo, Monica 78, 118 Mizanin, Sharon 78, 128 Mlakar, Julianna 77, 98, 102, 128 Mlecik, Michael 44, 118 Mobley, David 118 Moeller, Frederick 155 Mohler, Kenneth 118 Mohon, Ronald 128 Mokaren, Dennis 71, 73, 75, 155 Molina, Phillip 71, 75, 118 Molinari, Susan 76, 84, 98, 128 Monachino, Pamela 50, 77, 81, 107 Monde, Veronica 128 Monoc, Daniel 71, 75, 118 Montagino,Jo Ann 128 Montie, Linda 77, 99, 155 Mooradian, William 78, 118 Moore, Alan 128 Moore, Edward 44, 118 Moose, Ellis 70, 73, 74, 108, 155 Moose, Sarah 79, 85, 118 Moran, Donald 128 Morgan, Chris 118 Morgan, Nancy 77, 128 Morrison, Thomas 155 Morse, Thomas 118 Moser, Barbara 72, 74, 107, 118 Moynihan, Allan 128 Mozes, Steven 128 Mrazek, Mark 128 Mruk, Margaret 57, 87, 155 Mucha, Ronald 32, 40, 108, 155 Mudra, Dennis 128 Mueller, Karine 128 Muha, June 72, 74, 84, 128 Mull, Almira 76, 85, 155 Murphy, Dennis 155 MurphY, James 128 Murphy, Sandra 118 Murray, Mary 98, 155 Murzyn, Janice 83, 93, 155 Musheno, Allen 32, 47, 80, 91, 95, 128 Musheno, Scott 118 Musolf, Eileen 49, 77, 128 Myczkowski, Thomas 128 Myers, Charlene 53, 76, 107, 118 Myers, Emerson 118 Nagel, Karen 128 Nagelski, Paulette 128 Nagy, Lawrence 128 Nagy, Ronald 155 Nagy, William 86, 155 Nanni,Joseph 155 Nash, Sheryl 49, 80, 83, 102, 107, 155 Nato, Linda 118 Navratil, Daniel 128 Nayman, Kenneth 118 Naymik, Mary 78, 102, 128 Nechvatal, Sharon 118 Necker, Charles 106, 128 Necker, Timothy 118 Needham, Lynn 78, 102, 118 Nehez, Diane 118 Neiswonger, Michael 86, 155 Nesbit, Jeanne 50, 56, 83, 94, 95, 107, 153, 155 Neubecker, Frank 106, 155 Neuman, Cheryl 118 Newell, James Jr. 78, 118 Newland,John 91, 128 Nicholson, Constance 80, 118 Nicklas, Dennis 155 Niedhammer, Noel 118 Nielsen, Ann 77, 79, 107, 128 Niemi, David 73, 75, 118 Nikolai, Donald 118 Niro, William 47, 80, 82, 88 94, 95, 104, 106, 108, 109 156 Noack, Carol 118 Noga, Ronald 103, 156 Noll, Daniel 118 Norsic, Nanette 128 Novak, Dale 78 Novak, Diane 118 Nowak, Alfred 156 Nowak, Kathy 79, 107, 118 Nowak, Richard 32, 36, 59 108, 156 Nye, Jules 128 Obenauer, Robert 72, 75, 118 O'Brien, Constance 102, 128 O'Brien, Kiaran 49, 50, 84, 156 Ocetik, Linda 118 O'Dee, Ronald 128 Odell, Beverly 49, 98, 102. 128 O'Donnell, Brian 78, 118 Offtermatt, Judith 84, 95, 128 Offtermatt, Patricia 4-9. 82, 109, 136, 139,156, 169 O'Grady, Sharon 156 Olive, Robert 101, 156 Olive, Terrence 78, 118 Olmutz, Ralph 71, 75, 98, 118 O'Loughlin, Michael 118 Olsen, Jan 87, 156 Olsen, Joyce 57, 87,107,156 Ongert, Paul 35, 128 Oprzadek, John 156 Oprzadek, Mary Rose 118 Orchard, Kenneth 156 Orenick, Emil 118 Ornas, Gregory 118 Osborn, Harvey Jr. 156 Oshiro, Richard 71, 75, 118 Osowiecki, Carol 87, 156 O'Toole, Philip 44, 118 Overton, Joseph 156 Owen, Sandra 128 Ozog, Darrell 128 179 Pabst, Robert 128 Pace, Sandra 71, 118 Pacula, Myron 128 Painter, Jacqueline 79, 118 Painting, Scott 78, 103, 119 Palange, Dante 32, 108, 156 Palascak, Fred 119 Palechka, Karen 128 Palfy, Louis 128 Pall, Gerald 119 Palumbo, William 128 Pamer, Richard 34, 156 Panik, Leonard 156 Panik, Lester 119 Pankuch, Ronald 128 Pannell, Ronald 119 Pape,.loanne 98, 119 Papushak, Mary 119 Parker, Charles 128 Parker, James 128 Parks, Eugene 156 Parks, Harold 119 Parks, Patricia 81, 102, 119 Parrish, Stanley 32, 36, 108 156 Parry, James 119 Partyka, Victoria 72, 87, 157 Pastor, Marcia 86, 157 Patchan, Gregory 157 Patla, Laureen 87, 157 Patrick, Charles 128 Pauer, Frederick 72, 75, 157 Paul, Rita 78, 119 Paul, Roberta 128 Pavlik, Sharon 87, 107, 157 Paulak, Tina 79, 119 Payne, Ruth Ann 78, 99, 119 Peattie, Cheryl 78, 119 Peck, Ernest 119 Peck, Kenneth 128 Pecora, SueAnn 49, 81, 82, 84 89, 90, 95, 97, 98, 101, 107 157 Peeper, Peggy 78, 79, 119 Peffer, Dennis 119 Pekar, Aleta 119 Pekar, Diane 85, 157 Pelz, James 128 Penkal, Kenneth 102, 119 Penksa, Mary Jean 78, 119 Perek, Patricia 119 Peresta, Elezabeth 119 Pergl, Wayne 40, 128 Pergler, Marsha 77, 81, 84, 90 126, 128 Perkins, Pamela 80, 119 Peroni, Robert 157 - Perram, Guy 44, 119 Perry, Susan 157 Pesek, Myron 128 Peters, Joel 119 Peters, Robert 45, 119 Peters, Roger 119 Petersen, Craig 103, 119 Petitto, James 4-5, 73, 78, 80, 128 Petlowany, Carol 128 Petras, David 73, 75, 105, 158 Petri, Kenneth 77, 128 Petrick, Janice 119, 128 Petrick, James 128 Petrow, Louise 119 Petrus, David 32, 75, 128 Peugh, Kathleen 128 Phillips, David 128 Phillips, Richard 158 Phillips, Sharon 128 Pierce, Laura 119 Pigan, Christina 128 Pigott, Steven 32, 40. 129 180 Pike, Patricia 85, 119 Pipoly, Nancy 79, 119 Piro, Judith 119 Plachy, William 119 Planicka, Carl 119 Plants, Clifford 119 Platten, Wayne 119 Plechaty, Robert 158 Pletka, Bruce 129 Plumlee, Bonnie 129 Pluto, Sylvia 86, 158 Poczebut, Roy 36, 71, 72, 74, 158 Podhradsky, Diane 78, 81, 98, 129 Podskalan, Carol 119 Poe, Cynthia 78, 129 Pogalies, Carolyn 79, 107, 119 Poggendorf, John 44, 80, 115, 119 Pohlchuck, Margaret 86, 158 Polesky, Leslie 158 Polk, Nancy 158 Pollak, Mary Anne 77, 119 Pollock, Linda 86, 158 Pollock, Richard 158 Polo, David 159 Polo, Michael 119 Polshak, Patricia 129 Polski. John 32, 47, 77, 129 Ponstingle, Daniel 129 Pontius, Philip 159 Pontremoli, Anita 64, 76, 81, 119 Poole, Charlane 79, 119 Poole, Walter 119 Popiel, David 129 Popil, Joyce 129 Porter, Richard 159 Potetz, Karla 71, 74, 119 Powell, Lynette 129 Powers, Cheryl 81, 159 Powers, Thomas 129 Pragg, Edward 119 Prakope Jr., Harry 119 Prather, Judy 119 Prather, Ronald 129 Prenslow, Linda 159 Prenslow, Lois 119 Prentice, Geoffery 83, 106, 151, 159 Presley, Judith 84, 107, 159 Preston, David 32, 38, 108, 159 Price, John 159 Price, Linda 159 Priest, Robert 129 Prokes, Diane 159 Pruehs, Jay 40, 105, 108, 159 Prusak, Sandra 98, 119 Pryatel, Martha 129 Pucillo, Mary 159 Pudlock, Jay 119 Pulwer, Lilli 119 Putz, Leonard 119 Quast, Cheryl 87, 98, 159 Raczek, Robert 129 Radlick, Melanie 53, 76, 81, 90, 118, 119 Radloff, Dennis 87 Radtke, Judith 159 Rady, Donna 159 Ragan, Frank 129 Rakauskas, Thomas 129 Rakow, David 119 Rakow, Susan 102, 159 Ralph, Thomas 129 Ramsack, Sandra 119 Ramsey, Gary 159 Ranallo, Anthony 119 Rapp, Linda 79, 119 Ratzloff, Pamela 72, 74, 76, 79 82, 159 Ratzloff, Suzanne 15, 64, 73 75, 77, 79, 97, 119 Raymond, Lynn 74, 129 Raymond, William 44, 119 Rea, Thomas 34, 73, 74, 120 Rebar, Robert 100, 120 Rebrovich, Linda 129 Reddish, Carl 129 Redick, Allan 44, 81, 120 Redovian, Christine 87, 129 Reed, Carol 84, 102 Reed. James 129 Reed, Kenvyn 76, 129 Reed, Thomas 76, 120 Reeves, Joseph 78, 120 Regrut, Carol 85, 129 Reichelt, Robert 34, 105, 159 Reichert, Robert 78 Reik, Linda 76, 97, 126, 129 Reiman, William 71, 74, 120 Reimer, Linda 160 Reimer, Robert 129 Reiner, Juanita 129 Reinke, Paul 71, 72, 74, 102, 160 Reinke, Ronald 129 Reiss, Marsha 49, 50, 82, 160 Renerts, Peter 120 Repp, Dennis 120 Requarth,Joan 79, 120 Reth, Ferdinand 83, 160 Retsch, Paul 34, 129 Reuben, Lynn 120 Reust, Ronald 160 Revilock, Will 129 Revock, Ronald 129 Rhodes, Donald 129 Rhodes, J ennace 120 Rice, Larry 160 Rich, J acquelynn 160 Richard, Craig 120 Richardson, Karen 120 Richardson, Larry 129 Ricchetti, Carl 160 Richter, Carol 79, 120 Richter, Charles 91, 129 Rightweiser, John 71, 75, 129 Riegler, Gail 74, 78, 120 Riehl, Gail 160 Rigo, Jacqueline 160 Riley, John 160 Riley, Kathleen 50, 77, 80, 106 120 Rimer, Sheryl 97, 129 Rindfleisch, Edward 71, 72 73, 74, 120 Roark, Danny 120 Robbins, Charles 120 Robbins, Suzanne 85, 99, 129 Roberts, Barbara 87, 98, 106, 160 Roberts, Carleen 98, 129 Roberts, Craig 120 Robertson, James Jr. 120 Robertson, Linda 120 Roche, Robert 120 Rodenbaugh, Linda 160 Rodgers, David 35, 36, 37, 77 80, 91, 105, 106, 136, 160 Rodgers, Gary 44, 120 Rodgers, Jerry 120 Rodgers. Laurene 79, 120 Rodgers, Richard 160 Roebuck, Barbara 85, 120 Rogers, Wayne 160 Rohde, Marilyn 129 Rohde, Norma 84, 93, 127, 129 Roksandic, George 160 Rolinc, Edward 120 Rollason, Margaret 160 Romanik, Gary 129 Romay, Barbara 129 Romoli, Donna 84, 87, 160 Romph, William 129 Ropchock, Frances 160 Roper, Jeffrey 120 Rose, Lorra 50, 76, 97, 99, 129 Rosewicz, Richard 120 Roskavich, Andrea 120 Rospierski, Jo Ann 120 Ross, James 120 Ross, Lesley 87, 92, 161 Ross, Michael 129 Rossman, Paul 120 Roth, James 120 Roush, Judith 120 Roush, Sharon 50, 107, 161 Running, Robert 129 Ruppelt, Diane 93, 102, 127, 129 Rush, Michael 91, 129 Rushefski, Marlene 120 Rusnak, Jerry 45, 120 Russo, Robert 120 Rust, Michael 44, 45, 46, 120 Rusynyk, Dale 129 Rusynyk, Dennis 120 Ruth, Jeanette 86, 96, 98, 161 Rutherford, Janet 72, 74, 129 Ryan, Charles 161 Ryan, Donald 129 Ryan, Janice 50, 73, 75, 81, 84, 129 Rzepkowski, Carol 102, 129 Sabol, Michael 120 Sack, Russel 161 Sadowski, James 64, 106, 120 Sadowski, Robert 120 Safford, Dennis 120 Salamalekis, George 120 SalaY, Janet 85, 93, 99, 161 Salzer, John 120 Samolis, Janet 72, 74, 102, 161 Sams, Sydney 120 Sanders, William 71, 74, 75 120 Sandor, Robert 120 Sandusky, Franklin 34, 40 108, 161 Santell, Thomas 129 Santner, Dean 47, 161 Santner, Jean 49, 80, 94, 107 129 Sanyi, Michal 98, 161 Sanyi, Paula 50, 107, 129 Sappington, Susan 102, 129 Sartini, Barbara 107, 120 Sartini, Linda 107, 120 Saunders, Arlie 129 Savarda, James 34, 41, 47, 65, 73, 74, 88, 104,106, 108,161 Savich, Florence 79, 120 Scalmato, Thomas 120 Scanlon, Charles 161 Scarl, Carol 80, 87, 129 Scavone, Charles 39, 42, 108, 161- Scavone, Joseph 120 Schaedel, Catherine 72, 107, 129 9 Schaefer, Jacquinn 129 Schaefer, Susan Jo 120 Schenek, Daniel 44, 120 Schenke, Richard 57, 77, 100 129 Scherer, Paul 86, 161 Scherr, Karl 83, 161 Scheutzow, Glenn 32, 129 Schiffrik, Theodore 83, 102 106, 161 Schill, Sandra 81, 83, 139, 161 169 Schlegelmilch, Karen 83, 161 Schleif, Rudolph 120 Schlenkerman, Linda 120 Schmeler, Charles 120 Schmidt, Eileen 79, 120 Schmidt,Jim 120 Schmidt,James 120 Schmidt, Patricia 79, 120 Schmidt, William 120 Schmitt, Robert 64, 100, 101 129 Schneider, Kathleen 120 Schneider, Linda 84, 129 Schneider, Lorenz 161 Schneider, Mary Lou 120 Schoeck, Sandra 120 Schoeck, Sharon 161 Schott, Robert 120 I Schreiber, Arthur 120 Schreiber, Michael 83, 106, 162 Schubert, Dale 79, 120 Schueler, Roberta 78, 102 107, 129 Schueller, Carol 78, 93, 107 162 Schuerger,Barbara 120 Schuetz, Deanna 129 Schuler, Dennis 129 Schulte, Curtis 79, 120 Schultz, Glenn 73, 74, 129 Schultz, Kathryn 50, 77, 97 129 Schultz, Lynn 78, 129 Schultz, Roger 120 Schulz, Barbara A. 129 Schulz, Barbara J . 120 Schulz, Karen 99, 120 Schulz, Kenneth 129 Schulz, William 120 Schumacher, Del 95, 103, 106, 129 Schumann, Sandra 162 Schumann, Susan 73, 76, 97, 107, 129 Schuster, Jeanne 162 Schwan, Kathleen 49, 52, 81, 129 Schwark, Linda 78, 120 Schwartz, Susie 84, 95, 102, 125, 129 Schwarzer, Donald 120 Schwarzmann, Beverly 83, 99, 162 Schwenk, Crystal 129 Schweter, George 120 Scolaro, Joseph 120 Scott, Carey 106, 129 Scott, Janet 107, 129 Scullin, Elaine 120 Scullin, Patricia 162 Sears, David 41, 162 Sebastian, Kenneth 120 Sebek, Joan 78, 120 Sedlack, Claudia 83, 84, 98, 102, 103, 162 Sefl, Gary 45, 108, 129 Seftas, Eustasia 129 Selivaniv, Larry 40, 43, 108, 129 5 Sell, Maris 76, 87, 162 Sellers, Dale 120 Sellman, Arleen 107, 129 Seman, Gary 162 Seman, Nadine 163 Seman, Nancy 129 Semegen, Becky 129 Sency, Ronald 32, 47, 104, 108, 129 Senko, Lawrence 120 Setar, John 120 Sevcik, Karen 120 Sevrance, Susan 129 Shafer, Donald 105, 106, 163 Sharkus,James 103, 129 Shartzer, Thelma 120 Shatto, Dorian 78, 80, 107, 120 Shaw, Carol 79, 120 Shayko, Donna 98, 163 Sheldon, Cynthia 129 Shelton, Linda 81, 107, 120 Sheridan, James 91, 120 Sherman, Gary 120 Shibley, Linda 72, 74, 129 Shirey, Thelma 129 Shone, Cheryl 77, 82, 83, 84 98, 163 Shorts, Edward 44, 120 Shott,James 78, 120 Shumway, Holly 78, 120 Sieber, Bradley 163 Siebert, Glenn 76, 80, 129 Siegfried, Patricia 129 Siegmyer, Gerald 75, 129 Sigman, James 120 Sikorski, Danny 120 Silverman, Cliff 120 Simcic, Fred 38, 108, 129 Singerman, Ann 85, 129 Sipko, Michael 129 Skinger, Charlotte 120 Skotko, John 32, 163 Skrbin, Judith 129 0 Slach, Kathleen 76, 81, 9 , 94, 95, 107, 129 Slade, Larry 73, 75, 129 Slifko, Steve 120 Slepko, Richard 129 Slivka, Marty 73, 75, 129 Sluss, James 129 Sluss, Linda 120 Smeal, Gary 44, 45, 120 Smeltz, Eric 129 Smeltz, Keith 129 Smeyak, Lawrence 71, 73, 75, 120 Smith, Charles 71, 72, 73, 75, 83, 163 Smith, Cheryl 163 Smith, Gerald 25, 163 Smith, Karen 85, 107, 129 Smith, Kent 32, 163 Smith, Mary 129 Smith, Rita 78, 120 Smith, Sharon 129 Smith, Terry 120 Smullen, Kathleen 85, 163 Smyczek, Thomas 163 Snow, Penny 129 Snyder, Betty 99, 107, 129 Snyder, Gilbert 129 Snyder, Warren 120 Sochacky, Jerry 163 Sokol, Thomas 163 Sokolowski, Dale 163 Sokolowski, Jacqueline 97, 126, 148, 163 Solarz, Gary 163 Sollberger, Darlene 71, 73, 74, 107, 120 Soltesz, Emil 129 Soltesz,Joseph 120 Sonneborn, Jack 120 So elsa John 78 120 PP , , Soppelsa, Robert 73, 83, 95, 97, 126, 148, 163 9 Sorge, Marion 78, 97, 163 Sorochak, Karen 130 Sotak, Rosemary 87, 98, 163 Spanagel, Karen 50, 53, 78, 81, 107, 118, 120 Spangler, Gerald 41, 130 Speck, Charles H. 120 Speck, Charles L. 32, 33, 40, 130 - Speck, Gerald 164 Speck, Herman 40, 104, 108, 164 Speck, Patricia 120 Speck, Roger 45, 120 Speers, Robert 120 Spengler, Terry 35, 36, 80, 82, 105, 164 Spicer, Linda 79,102 Spisak, Richard 164 Spittal, David 71, 74, 130 Staab, Richard 130 Staab, Walene 49, 50, 164 Stadnik, Diane 84, 87, 130 Stager, Mary 80, 120 Stahlberg, Timothy 32, 77, 130 Stahurski, Patricia 120 Stahurski, Richard 86, 100, 164 Stalnaker, Kathleen 77, 130 Stanard, Elizebeth 130 Starr, Michael 4-4, 120 Starre, Brian 130 Starzynski, Patricia 76, 130 Stasek, Rosemary 164 Stasiak, Gene 32, 38, 108, 164 Stazzone, Linda 130 Stead, Frank 100, 130 Stebelski, Margaret 120 Steckel, Ann 85, 130 Sted, Alice 76, 130 Sted, Richard 164 Stefanik, Cheryl 52, 77, 80, 83, 164 Steinberg, Marianne 130 Steinfadt, Eric 34, 37, 40, 127, 130 Stella, Frank 151,164 Stelma, Sandra 77, 120 Stelz, Dale 35, 130 Stender, Richard 96, 120 Stepanek, Lynda 49, 71, 84, 164 Stepanik, Ronald 65, 71, 73, 75, 84, 104, 108, 164 Stephens, Alan 120 Steppke, Karen 50, 76, 130 Stetzy, Ronald 164 Stewart, Lawrence 130 Stineman, Michael 120 Stinich, Paula 76, 120 Stoddard, Patricia 78, 107, 120 Stojkov, James 120 Stokey, Paul 120 Stoll, Diane 107 Strawhacker, Dale 72, 74, 120 Strazzo, Patty 130 Streck, James 130 Streett, Linda 120 Strejcek, James 120 Stretar, Shirley 130 Strmiska, Diane 93, 95, 102, 130 Strobl, Janice 77, 83, 85, 164 Stroh, Robert 164 Stuchlak, David 32, 47, 130 Stupiansky, Frances 99, 120 Sturtevant, J aye 120 Sturtevant, Patrick 44, 45, 120 Sturtevant, Peter 44, 120 Such, William 42, 130 Suchan, Andrew 78, 120 Sull, Eugene 164 Sullivan, Paul 61, 92 Sunyak, Larry 71, 75, 121 Supik, Patrice mu Sutak, Donna 80, 90, 121 Sutton, Sandra 50, 102, 121 Svec, Joseph 130 Swalley, Deanna 49, 50, 80, 83, 84, 107, 164 Swalley, Stephan 71, 75, 78, 121 Swanson, Cheryl 73, 75, 77, 84, 130 Swartwood, Karen'Ann 98, 130 Swert, Sherry 164 Swiatek, Daniel 121 Switzer. Gary 131 Synk, Elizabeth 99, 107, 130 Synk, Margaret 57, 87, 99, 106, 164 Szabo, Robert 165 Szekeres, Sally 72, 74, 77, 78, 121 Szekeres, Susan 165 Szumski, Nancy 131 Tachuk, Georgene 49, 80, 84, 90, 130 Tagliaferro, Carol 98, 165 Tahsler, Sandra 121 Tanski, Terell 130 Tanzi, Sarah 121 Tatar, Diane 130 Taylor, James 47, 65, 88, 106, 108, 165 Taylor, Richard 130 Taylor, Robert 34, 40, 130 ' Taylor, Timothy 106, 121 Telegdy, Sandra 85, 165 Teresi, Joseph 121 Terry, Ray 121 Textoris, Michael 44, 121 Thiel, Nancy 71, 85, 121 Thomas, Barbara 165 Thomas, Beverly 76, 84, 103, 130 Thomas, Carl 121 Thomas, Dennis 130 Thomas,Joanna 77, 121 Thomas, Loretta 50, 81, 84, 107, 165 Thomas, William 121 Thompson, Cheryl 76, 165 Thompson, David 79, 121 Thompson, James 15, 38, 108, 165 Thompson, John R. 73, 75, 130 Thompson, John W. 44, 45, 121 Thompson, Karen 49, 50, 83, 99, 165 Thomson, Elayne 121 Thornbladh, Kurt 121 Tichy, Elizabeth 130 Tillman, Allan 78, 121 Timoteo, Diane 121 I Titus, Paulette 73, 121 Tobik, Daniel 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 83, 84, 97, 165 Todaro, Cheryl 121 Todhunter, James 121 Todhunter, Vivien 121 Todia, Russell 105, 130 Todor, Marian 89, 130 Toetz, Judith 50, 74, 165 Tomasch, Linda 99, 130 Tonkewicz, Denise 130 Topor, James 130 Torrado, Dolores 74, 165 Toscano, Theresa 121 Toth, Barbara 130 Toth, Dolores 121 18 Toth, Kathleen 121 Toth, Linda Lee 49, 50, 81, 84, 96, 107, 165 Toth, Richard 121 Trager, Marilyn 130 Trainor, Gary 165 Trebisovsky, Andy 121 Trebisovsky, Dorothy 121 Trepal, Timothy 130 Trepke, Marilyn 107, 165 Trojan, Diana 121 Truscello, Robert 40, 77, 92, 108, 130 Trytek, Janet 50, 58, 83, 92, 102, 165 Tucker, Tom 130 Tuggey, Paul 81, 130 Tuhacek, Karen 130 Tulenko, Marianne 121 Tulloch, Thomas 130 Tuomala, Kristing 121 Turrie, Bruce 121 Tuskes, Judith 84, 102, 130 Tvorik, Christine 121 Tvorik, Terri 92, 165 Ufholz, Lynn 165 Uhinck, Judith 49, 76, 95, 130 Ulman, Jack 121 Umbel, Thomas 82, 83, 165 Umstott, Sharon 166 Urban, Daniel 39, 130 Urban,John 121 Urban, Karen 87, 100, 130 Uzelac, Michael 130 Vacca, Carol 80, 102, 121 Vacca, Richard 78, 88, 104, 108, 166 Vaccaro, Antoinette 121 Vaccaro, Connie 130 Vacha, Fred 130 Vajdik, Raymond 121 Valent, Robert 71, 75, 121 Vallejo, Patricia 121 Vallier, Walter 130 Valore, Marie 121 Van, Joanne 166 Van Chantfort, Brad 121 Van Oskeuls, Richard 81, 121 Van Treuren, Ralph 42, 130 Vanden Haute, Mary Lou 121 Vanderschrier, John 121 Vanderstein, James 130 Vanecko, Craig 130 Varabkanich, Steven 32, 47 131 Vargo, Susan 121 Vasilakis, Phyllis 166 Veale, Michael 121 Vensky, Allen 71. 74. 121 182 Veverka, Albert 35, 121 Vickers, Candace 121 Vidmar, James 131 Vild, Diane 131 Vinci, Anthony 131 Visen, Marcia 89, 98, 166 Visosky, Linda 78, 121 Vitcha, Carol 73, 121 Vlasuk, Phillip 40, 131 Vlcek, Robert 131 Voglein, Larry 44, 45, 121 Vohnout, Janice 166 Volk, Sharyn 78, 131 Voll, Gretchen 85, 99, 121 Vollick, Antoinette 166 Wachter, Peter 92, 131 Wade, Deidra 87, 131 Wagner, Gerald 121 Wagner, Janice 131 Wagner, Sandra 77, 85, 166 Walder, Barbara 84, 98, 107 166 Walkup, Laraine 77, 84, 93, 102, 103, 131 Wallace, Alva 131 Wallace, Jean 131 Walland, Lawrence Jr. 40, 131 Wallner, Joyce 79, 121 Walter, Andrew 35, 121 Walter, Peggy 121 Walter, Thomas 121 Walters, Donna Lee 131 Walters, Robert 121 Wandschura, Magdalena 121 Wandschura, Walburga 131 Wandt, Gaye 79, 121 Wantz, Karen 77, 131 Warner, Dale 121 Warren,Jill 85,131 Warren, Linda 79, 81, 121 Warren, Pamela 121 Warren, Patricia 121 Watkins, Craig 121 Watts, Sharon 49, 68, 166 Waugh,Joyce 78, 121 Weber, Beverly 77, 166 Weber, Craig 121 Weber, Karen 76, 79, 121 Weber, Karen F. 17, 78, 80, 84, 131 Weber, Martha 85, 121 Weber, Robert 77, 166 Weber, Vince 121 Webster, Carroll 121 Wehn, Deborah 131 Wehn, Robert 121 Weiler, Linda 50, 81, 83, 84 93, 107, 166 Weiss, Karen 131 Weiss, Richard 131 Wells, Flora 121 Wendt, Rosemary 121 Wengrin, Melodie 49, 131 Werkner, Janet 102, 121 9 Werner, Linda 83, 84, 95, 107, 166 Wernig, Carol 78, 121 Wessler, Elizabeth 76, 131 West, Susan 131 Westbrook, Carol 121 Westbrook, Daniel 166 Whalen, Robert 131 Wheeler, Karen 50, 72, 74, 96 121 White,Judy 87, 166 White, Kathleen 77, 98, 131 White, Robert 166 Whittenberger, Sharon 131 Wielgus, Jo Ann 71, 74,131 Wightman, Jacqueline 121 Wightman, Wayne 45, 73, 121 Wilbur, James 131 Wilkins, John 71, 75, 121 Williams, Madeline 131 Williams, Wenmouth 131 Wilson, Brenda 166 Wilson, Charles 166 Wilson, Gerald 121 Wilson, Kennard 121 Winarski, Donald 71, 74, 131 Winarski, Ronald 103, 131 Wing, Patrick 44, 121 Wing, Raymond 121 Winn, Cheriesse 121 Winslow, Becky 78, 121 Winter, Kathy 77, 102, 131 Wisch, Murley 131 With, Janet 49, 77, 84, 131 Witkowski, James 166 Witkowski, Jerome 32, 131 Witkowski,Julie 79,121 Wodek, Stanley 121 Wohl, James 79,121 Wojcik, Richard 82, 102, 167 Wolanski, Lawrence 121 Woleen, James 131 Wolf, Carl 73, 75 Wolf, Donna Rae 87, 98, 167 Wolf, Michael 40, 131 Wolf, Sue 80, 83, 93, 97, 107 167 Wolff, Betty 98, 167 Wolff, Constance 102, 131 Wolkan, Robert 121 Woller, Charles 121 Wood, Jeffrey 121 Woodford, Mary 121 Wrobbel, Robert 58, 167 Worrell, William 131 Worrey, Lee 131 Wozney, Geoffrey 65, 167 Wukovich, Joann 121 Wulf, Cynthia 80, 121 Wydra, Joseph 167 Wyemura, Ronald 131 Yancu, Kathleen 121 Yankee, William 121 Yano, Gary 102, 121 9 Yoch, Melanie 78, 121 York, Robert 121 Young, Ellen 131 Yurcheshen, Michael 32, 33, 36, 82, 106, 109, 153, 167 Yurcheshen, William 44, 45, 81,121 Zaccaro, Linda 80, 98, 107 131,150 Zaccaro, Nancee 167 Zacharias, Samuel 71, 75, 131 Zader, Francis 131 Zadzilka, Lorraine 131 Zajac, Judith 139, 151, 167, 169 Zalenski, Theodore 131 Zambory, Judith 78, 98, 121 Zammarrelli, Nicholas 168 Zanders, Gregory 121 Zanko, Elaine 131 Zaremba, Edward 32, 40, 108, 131 Zaremba, Nathan 168 Zarko, Linda 121 Zavocky, Barbara 81, 131 Zavodny, Maryanne 121 Zavotka, Wayne 32, 45, 47, 77, 79, 88, 131 Zayac, Eugene 34, 82, 104, 106, 108, 168 Zborowski,Stanley 131 Zdanko,Joan 121 Zegarac, Mary 121 Zehnder, Jean 89,168 Zehnder, Joan 81,121 Zelenka, Thomas 121 Zelley, Jessica 102,131 Zenk, William 121 Zernitz, Albert 121 Ziats, Steven 45, 121 Ziegler, Jo Ann 121 Zietlow, Rita 85, 98, 131 Zima, Barbara 121 Zimdars,Joan 77,131 . Zimmerman, Alan 168 Zingale, James 72, 74, 131 Zingale, Timothy 71, 74, 121 Zingalie, Edward 131 Zingheim, Barbara 131 Zitney, Joan 121 Zito, Tony 121 Zizka, Raymond 73, 75, 121 Zizka, Susan 72, 74, 77, 82, 84 168 Zolynas, May 79, 121 Zrimec, Diane 131 Zsarnay, Cynthia 131 Zubko, Tony 40, 168 Zulauf, Judith 49, 84, 89, 90 106, 168 Zvolensky, Andrea 78, 121 Zupan,Frank 168 Zupan, Terrance 121 SENIOR CTI ITIES INDEX JACK ADAMS, Jolly Green Giant, 6540 S. Canterbury Rd., Boosters 2, 3, D.E.C.A. 4, Intramurals 2, 3. DAVID ADANICH, Dave, 8210 Royal Ridge Dr., A.V.A. 2, 3, Boosters 2, 3, Radio Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3. DIANE ALEXANDER, 6240 Colebrook Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4, National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, Paperback Bookstore 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, W.V.F.H. Staff 2, 3, Y-Teens 2. JANE ALLEN, Janie, 7803 Dartworth Dr., Boosters- 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL ALMASY, Mike, 6691 Com- monwealth Blvd., Boosters 2. CAROLYN AMBROZY, Crellie, 12250 Sprague Rd., Archive Staff 4, Boosters 2, 3, Clinic Aides 2, F.B.L.A. 4, Girls' Choir 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3,4. GEORGANNE AMON, George, 7875 Ridge Rd., Footlii ffiiittendant 4, Boost- ers 2, 3, 4, Treas, erj4, Canteen Com- mittee 3, 4, Chdei eaders 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 3, 4, F.N.G.. ,..?Girls Leaders 3, 4, National Honor S ciety 3, 4, Student Council 2, President 2. ROBERT ANDERSON, Bob, 5609 Na- than Ave., Boosters 3, 4, Paperback Bookstore 2, 3. RONALD ANDERSEN, Ron, 8314 Bauerdale Ave., Track 2. VIOLET ANDREN, Liubica, 12280 Sprague Rd., Otokar Kersovani, Yugo- slavia 2, Girls' Choir 2, Intramurals 2. BARBARA ANDREWS, Barb, 6670 Crenshaw Dr., Debate Team 4, Library Pages 4. RICHARD ANDRYC, Rick, 8111 Thorn- ton Dr., Boosters 3, 4. CARL ANGE, 7314 Chateau Dr., Foot- ball 2, Intramurals 2. KAREN M. ANTALL, 9480 Tracy Trail, Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Iintrgrnurals 2, 3. DRENA Deerfield Dr., F.B.L.A. 4, Nat nal Honor Society 4, Office Pagelgg -, jlntramurals 2, 3. LINDA ARMSTRONG, 12966 Pleasant Valley Rd. MICHAEL ARMSTRONG, Mike, 6555 Mandalay Dr. CINDY ARNDT, 7315 Snow Rd., Boosters 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, Girls Leaders 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 4, President 4, Student Council 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JUDITH ARNDT, Judy, 5715 Edge- hill Dr., Boosters 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. WAYNE ARNOLD, 5927 Hodgman Dr., St. Ignatius, Football 2, Intramurals 4. ALAN A. ARTHUR, Tony, 9695 Green- briar Dr., Boosters 4, Key Club 4, Student Council 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Ars Medica 4, President 4, Track 2. PEGGY J. ATKINSON, 9110 Harrow Dr.: James Ford Rhodes High School, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 2. LINDA AUGUSTUS, 7012 Parma Park Blvd. .IUDITH AVERSON, Judy, 5939 Chest- nut Hills Dr., Boosters 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Library Pages 4, Office Pages 4, Intra- murals 4. DIANE BAKER, Di, 6857 W. 130 St., Bedford High School 2, A Cappella Choir 4, Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Girls' Choir 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3. MICHAEL BALIJ, Mike, 11541 Lawn- dale Dr., D.E.C.A. 4, Track 3. FRANK BANKO, 10970 River Edge Dr., A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Boosters 2, Canteen Committee 2, Key Club 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD G. BARTH, Dick, 10321 Keswick Dr., Boosters 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, National Thes- pian Society 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pres- ident 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 3, 4. PATRICIA BAUMAN, Patty, 11017 Lawndale Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Paper- back Bookstore 2, Y-Teens 2, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. LINDA BEAM, 6234 Colebrook Dr., Intramurals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD BEATON, Rich, 5883 Wick- field Dr., Football 2, Track 2, 4. BARBARA BECKA, Barb, 7919 Essen Ave., St. Michael's High School, Boost- ers 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Intramurals 4. RANDOLPH R. BECKER, Randy, 8935 Lynnhaven Dr., D.E.C.A. 4, Wrestling 2. BEDOCS, Bedrocks, 6422 Hamden Rd., A.V.A. 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3, 4. RUSSELL E. BEHRNDT, Russ, 6714 Greenleaf Ave., Intramurals 4. LINDA BELLINO, 10991 Barrington Blvd., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 4. KENNETH BENEDICT, Ken, 8011 Pinegrove Ave. GARY BENESH, 11649 Woodview Blvd., A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. GERALDINE BENICH, Gerri, 7919 Whittington Dr., James Ford Rhodes, Y-Teens 3. RAYMOND BENJAMIN, Ray, 11087 Bobko Blvd., Natio n :I-Ionor Society 4. SANDRA BENSQ fDaisy, 9600 W. Moreland Rd., Bbgsters 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 2, Cheerlevangerls 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls' Choir 3 gYiE 3President 3' Girls Leaders 3 4 Vide- esident 4' National Honor Sociefy Sfudent Council 3, 4, Intramurals 4,111 ---. Cappella Choir 4. LINDA BERAN, 6974 York Rd., Boost- ers 3, Intramurals 2. SHIRLEY BERTRAM, Berty, 10629 Gabriella Dr., John Marshall High'School 2, A Cappella Choir 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Intramurals 3, 4. THOMAS M. BILLER, Tree, 7906 Kenton Ave., Basketball 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Canteen Committee 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 4, Student Council 2, Symphonic Band 2, 3, Track 2. PAULETTE B11rT' 2f--65374 W. 84 st., Boosters 3, Chder aders 2, 33 Girls Leaders 4, Natiorial H,onor Society 3, 4, Student Council 4.1 "',"- THOMAS BLAHA, 10990 Glamer Dr., Boosters 2, Key Club 2. 3. DENNIS BLASCO, Red, 8302 Pine- grove Ave. WILLIAM 6447 Hamden Rd., Cross-counffii lfifi, 4, Key Club 3, Marching Band National Honor Society 3, 4, Sym ohio Band 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY BOC, 5245 Hauserman Rd., A Cappella Choir 4, Boosters 2, 3, Girls' Choir 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Intra- murals 2. NANCY BOGAR, Bog, 6009 Maple- cliff Dr., Intramurals 2. SANDRA BOGUSZ, Sandy, 9145 Snow Rd., Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Office Page 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD BOLEK, Rich, 10889 Hol- liston Lane. JAMES BoNK, Naples, 6348 Big creek Pkwy., Boosters 3, 4, Boys Leaders 2, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. EDELGARD BOPPLE, Ellie, 11330 Meadowbrook Dr., A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, Office Page 2, Student Council 3, Y-Teens 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Sportheads 4, Officials Club 4. VALERIE BOYER, Val, 6386 Alder- wood Rd., Intramurals 4. SHARON BOZIK, Sherry, 7034 Maple- wood Rd., Nazareth Academy, F.T.A. 4, Library Page 3, Russian Club 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JEFFREY BRALNDES. Jeff: 11331 Appleton Dr., Honor Society 4, Orchestra 2, '-,' JAMES A. BRIG- Z S, Jim, 9400 W. Moreland, Basketball 4, Boosters 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, National Forensic League 2, 3, Triton Hi-Y 4, W.V.F.H. 2. JOYCE BROWN, Joy, 6190 West- minister Dr., Y-Teens 4. KENNETH Ken, 10017 W. Ridgewood Dr., A appella Choir 2, 3 4, Cross-countryig2 iii 3,5 National Honor Society 4, Intramiirl l s ,,,, 33, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. LANA BRYAN, 75 1 Dawn Haven Dr., Akron North High School, Concert Band 4, F.T.A. 4, Marching Band 4, Y-Teens 4. BERNADETTE BRYDA, Bernie, 7531 W. 130th St., Boosters 2, 3, F.N.C. 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Library Page 2, 3, Office Pages 3. JOHN BUCAR, 6908 Parma Park Blvd. NANCY BUCHER, 9363 Ridgewood Dr., Archive Staff 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Debate 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, National Thespian So- ciety 4, Y-Teens 2, Intramurals 2, 4, Officials Club 4, Sportheads 4. .IULIANNE BUCKSHAW, Jaye, 10940 Glamer Dr. ANTHONY BUK, Tony, 7386 Ridge Rd., Benedictine High School. ROBERT BUKVIC, Bob, 8311 Salisbury Dr., Boys' Glee Club 3, Track 2. JACK BULAN, 9515 Enderby Dr., Boosters 3, 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Football 2. WILLIAM BURHOE, Bill, 6664 New- bury Lane, Cross-country 3, 4, Track 3, 4. ELAINE BURKE, Burkie, 10812 Hol- liston La., Boosters 3, Girls' Chorus 3, 18 Girls' Glee Club 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Sec- retary 4, Intramurals 4. WILLIAM J. BURTNETT, Willie, 7056 Greenleaf Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3. ... A,..Ak,, X MARILYN Hacienda Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, 2, 4, Library Page 2, National,- Honor Society 4, Office Page 4, Intra urals 3. JAMES BUZEK, Jim, 11331 Schwab Dr Automotive Club 4. DONALD E. CARAVONA, Lou, 11384 Barrington Blvd., Senior Class Presi- dent, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, Boys Leaders 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3. STEVEN CARDWELL, Steve, 7334 Parma Park Blvd., A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2. .IUDITH CARNEGIE, Judi, 6452 Buck- ingham Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Student Council 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. SUZANNE ER, Sue, 9605 Enderby Dr., B633 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leaders 2, 3, 4, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4, Natiiinili-Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 2','i3,' Intramurals 2, 4. TED CASTOR, Petch, 9900 Manorford Dr., A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Basketball 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Triton Hi-Y 4, Treasurer 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JOHN CAWTHON, The Texan, 7621 York Rd., John Marshall. SANDRA CERVENKA, Stinky, 11750 Barrington Blvd., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JANET CHOEKY, 5680 Hauserman Rd., Library Page 4. ROGER JOHN CITINO Ro 11115 1 gi Bobko Blvd., West Tech High School, 2. MICHAEL CLIMACO, Clem, 9505 North Church Dr., Cathedral Latin 2, 3, Boosters 4, Intramurals 4. ARTHUR CLOW, Stretch, 5480 Queen's Hwy., James Ford Rhodes High School 2, Boosters 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, Boys Leaders 3, 4, Debate Team 4, Lettermen 3, 4, Basketball 3. BARBARA COMBS, Smacksie, 6210 Stanbury Rd., Boosters 3, Girls' Choir 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Intramurals 2, 3. RICHARD CONKLIN, 7301 Parma Park Blvd., Intramurals 2. MARY LOU CORNELIUS, Lu-Lu, 6430 Newland Rd., Brooklyn High School, Boosters 2, 3, F.T.A. 4, Office Pages 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. ROSE MARIE CORRAO, Rose, 8593 Lanyard Dr. GEORGE COUGHLIN, Cougs, 11263 Blossom Ave., D.E.C.A. 4. MARGARET COYLE, Marge, 6839 Maplewood Rd., Boosters 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. JAMES CRANE, Jim, 7703 Ridgefield Ave. IRENE CSISZAR, 8102 Fernhill Ave., A Cappella Choir 2. THOMAS CUMMINGS, Tom, 6126 Dexter Dr., Battlecry Staff 3, Intra- murals 2, 3. 184 '1 GEORGIA ANN CURRY, Georgie, 6411 Westminister Dr., Boosters 2, 3, Library Page 2, Intramurals 2, 3. RAY CZECH, 6287 Denison Blvd., Intramurals 2. ROBERT CZECH, 6418 South Canter- bury Rd. JOSEPH DAGATA, Joe, 6380 West- minister Dr., Senior Class Vice-Pres- ident, Boosters 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 2, 3. DENNIS DALEY, 10800 Aaron Dr. JILL DANEY, 6397 South Canterbury Rd., Boosters 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2. DIANE DAVEY, 6994 Beresford Ave., Boosters 2, 3, Office Page 2, 3, Intra- murals 3. gHARLOT DAVIS, Char, 11491 Ronald l'. NADINE DAVIS,--163443,Springwood Rd., A Cappella Choiig"l2' ,"'F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls' Choir 3, Marchingf 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society :" Orchestra 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2," ',"'4, Spanish Club 4. FLAVIA MATTE DE ASUMBUJA, Branca, 6331 Stanbury Rd., Colegio San Jose, Sao Leopoldo, Brasil, Girls' Choir 4, Y-Teens 4, American Field Service 4. BALE DEGIROLAMO, 7509 Thornton r. ANNETTE MARIE DEMKO, 7305 Maplewood Rd., Boosters 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Intramurals 3. .IUDITH ANN Judy, 10425 Moore Dr., Archiig6i?, aff 4, Art Editor, 4, Boosters 2, 32' .N.C. 2, 3, Vice President 3, Librbr .-Page 2, National Honor Society 3,1 .--. ,r-f?Student Council 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3. KERRY DENNISON, 10571 Riveredge Dr., North Olmsted High School. CHRISTINE A. DERESCHUK, Chris, 8105 Dresden Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Office Page 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD DESMONE, Dick, 7615 Selwickh Dr., Boosters 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Wrestling 3, 4. DIANNE F. DEQIQQRE, Di, 6572 Big Creek Pkwy., ,tifff 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3' National Hong qbiety 3, 4, Paper- back Bookstore Q ritramurals 2, 4, Buckeye Girls' Stat'e' 2"' BARBARA DIENES, Barb, 6957 Ridge Rd., Archive Student Life Editor 3, Senior Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Secreta, National Honor Society 3, 4, Officizj ,,,,, 5 ,age 2, Intramurals GEORGE DIETZ, 11199 Lawndale Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Cross-country 3, 4, Lettermen 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Automotive Club 4. JOE DINARDO, 6382 Mariana Dr., Football 2. KATHLEEN MARIE DOBRO, Kathie, 7711 Ackley Rd., Battlecry Staff 4, Boosters 3, 4, National Thespian Society 4, Y-Teens 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Spring Play 3, Fall Play 4, Thespian Play 4. LAWRENCE DOM" 'T.iirry, 6940 Parma Park Blvd., Natioxn IgIonor Society 4, Student Council " DOUGLAS Do1vi'Pi'Eiz, Doug, 7086 Beresford Ave., Wrestling Team 3, 4, Intramurals 3. MAUREEN DORAN, 8312 Southington Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Office Page 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. EUGENE FOSTER DORNBROOK, JR., Gene, 7012 Beresfggrdgrgzive., Basketball Team 2, Boosters'f,2 3, Boys Leaders 2, 3, Football 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, .,'. g rgjasurer 4, Student Council 2, 4, Presi ent 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Track 2. MARY JEANNE DOWNS, Jeannie, 10450 Boundary Lane, Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.N.C. 3, Girls Leaders 3, 4, Intra- murals 2. DELOSS DRAKEg"j,Q,ei,iI5.8712 Ridgewood Dr., Boosters 4, Ke liib 2, 3, 4, Trea- surer 3, Nationail onor Society 4. STEVEN DUDUKDl7'I'CH, sieve, 10118 Ackley Blvd., Intramurals 3. CHRISTINE DUGAN, Chris, 5740 Park- land Dr. MONA LEE DUMFORD, Mona, 6796 Tobik Trail, Bellbrook High School 2. DONALD DVORAK, Don, 9545 Bound- ary La., Boys' Interscholastic Bowling Team 2, 3, Football Team 2, 3, Paper- back bookstore 2. JOHN DYCK, 6286 Springwood Rd., Fall Play 3, Fall Play 4, National Thes- pian Society 2, 3, 4. DONNA DYLAG, 5709 Onaway Oval, Nazareth Academy 2. PAUL EHRBAR, 10200 Lynden Oval, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, Wrestling 2. BOBBY ANN EHRLICH, 11147 Stone- ham, South Higliffg hiipl 2, F.N.C. 3, Library Pages 3, Na nial Honor Society 4, Office Pages Intramurals 3, 4, Spanish 4, lQ.l.., f ....f,. CAROL ANN EKBLAD, 12025 Wood- view Blvd., A Cappella Choir 4, Boost- ers 2, 3, 4, NatioriLiilf5 'H5nor Society 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, sident 3, 4, Paper- back Bookstore '35,. 1rftramurals 2, 4, Spanish Club 4, Clio 'sters 2. MARTIN ELEK, M rty, 9300 Reichert Rd. MICHAEL ELEK, Mike, 9300 Reichert Rd. TERRY EMMONS, 6917 Greenleaf Ave., Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Cross- country 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. RICHARD ENGLEHART, Rich, 6855 Brandywine Dr., Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 4. PATRICIA ESTENIK, Pat, 6703 Beres- ford Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. GLEN ESTRONICK, 6823 Common- wealth Blvd., Football 2. PATRICIA EVANCHAK, Patti, 6829 Commonwealth Blvd., Anvil Staff 3, 4, Boosters 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, F.N.C. 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Stu- dent Council 4, ""' 2. ' BEVERLY evi 7985 Craigleigh Dr., Boosters 2, 2, 3, Girls' Leaders 2, 3, 4, Nat orial Honor Society 4, Office Pages 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. LINDA FAHRLA1yQ,,,,,,,,Minda, 7616 N. Linden La A Cawella Choir 2 3 4 3, 4' National Honbr. oiziety 4, W V.F H 2, 3, Intramurals 2,- ,f ,'1: 4, Madrigal Club 2, 3, 4. GLORIA N. FATH, 5878 Edgehill Dr., Boosters 2, 3, Girls' Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Library Pages 3, 4, Office Pages 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. PAULINE A. FAVA, 7264 Nobb Hill Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Girls Leaders 2, Office Pages 3. IRMA FEBEL, 7095 Maplewood Rd., F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Office Pages 3. VIRGINIA FEDORCIO, Gynnie, 6442 Lawnwood Ave., Berea High School, Midpark High School, F.T.A. 2, Y-Teens 3. JOSEPH FELDHOUSE, Mouse, 6171 Stanbury Rd., Boosters 3, 4. -3 if X13 K . , 3 Boosters 3, 4, F.'If. 3,,'4, Girls Leaders PAULETTE FENDA, 6507 Lawnwood Ave., Archive Stafffff42fWriter, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Secretary ,,5National Honor Society 4, Officeif, ges 2, 3, Student Council 3, Y-Teensi-35-.Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JOHN FERENCE, Big John, 5501 Alexander Ave., Baseball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Olympian Hi-Y 3. GAYLE FINN, 6609 Commonwealth Blvd. JAY FISHER, 8104 Kenton. GERALD FITCH, Jerry, 8010 Theota Ave., Cross-country 4, Lettermen 4, Track 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. BELA FIXLEY, Fix, 6119 Pearl Rd., A.V.A. 4, Boosters 4, Latin Club 4, Library Pages 2, Math Club 2, 4, Youth Traffic Council 2, Intramurals 2, 4. WILLIAM D. FLOWERS, Bill, 6941 Oakwood Rd., Boosters 3, 4, Boys Leaders 3, 4, Cross-country 4, Football 2, Track 2, 3, 4. JOHN FOSTER, F oster, 6420 Alderwood Rd. THOMAS W. FOSTER, Ape, 6324 Springwood Rd., Basketball 2, 3, Boost- ers 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, Intra- murals 3, 4. CAROL FRANTISAK, 7601 Chestnut Hills Dr., F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2. LINDA FREDERICK, Lynne, 5520 Big Creek Pkwy., Boosters 3, 4, Office Page'2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. JANET FRIETSCH, Mousie, 9900 Boundary La., Collinwood High School, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Office Page 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN FUERHOFF, Bunny, 6809 Maplewood Rd., Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Office Page 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. CHARLES FURMAN, Lard, 5861 Lotus- dale Dr., Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 4, Wrestling 2, 3. BARBARA J. GALARDI, Barb, 6394 Stanbury Rd., D.E.C.A. 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Intramurals 4. M 1',....., H 'HQVD GERALDINE GAYE QU-N, Gerri, 9109 Reichert Rd., Bo eifs 3, 4, Cheer- leaders 2, 3, 4, GRI ' Choir 3, National Honor Society 31-," ---, ,Student Council 2, 3, 4, Choristers 2, Intramurals 2, 4, American Field Service 3, 4. CARLOS GALLARDO, 9261 Tracy Trail. PATRICIA GALLUPOLI, Pat, 8309 Southington Dr., Boosters 4. ROSEMARIE GANNARELLI, 6899 Reid Dr., Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Library Page 4. MARY JEAN GANNITELLI, Jeanie, 12055 Woodview Blvd., Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Choristers 2, Office Page 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. GRACE GAROFALO, 6395 Monmouth, Boosters 3, 4, Jr. Achievement 3, 4. LINDA GARRITY, Alinda, 11500 Gab- riella Dr., Boosters 3, Intramurals 3. CONSTANCE GARY, Connie, 8011 Liberty Ave., Anvil Staff 2, 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Intramurals 2, 3. JAMES A. GEIGER, 6927 Greenleaf Ave., Boosters 4, Boys' Interscholastic Bowling Team 2, Concert Band 2, 3, Cross-country 4, Marching Band 2, 3. KENNETH GELMAS, Ken, 11021 Schwab Dr. CAROL ANN GEORGEFF, Little One, 9790 Independence Blvd., James Ford Rhodes 2, A Cappella Choir 2, Boosters 2, F.B.L.A. 2, F.N.C. 2, Girls' Glee Club. 4, National Thespian Society 2, Y-Teens 4. CAROL GERDING, 8200 Dartworth Dr., Boosters 2, 3, Library Page 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Intramurals 2. JANET GETTEL, Jan, 5827 Edgehill Dr., Boosters 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 4. SHIRLEY GIBALA, Gibby, 7914 Liberty Ave., Boosters 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 4. PETER GIBLIN, Cibby,8102 Parmenter, A.V.A. 2, Boosters 3, Radio Club 3, 4, Parma Senior Patrol 3, 4. DARLA GIERHART, 10260 Pleasant Valley Rd., Office Page 2, 3, 4. JACQUELINE GILL, Jackie, 10396 Valley Forge Dr., Brecksville High, Boosters 2, Marching Band 2, National Thespian Society 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3. LOREEN GILLES, Lori, 5581 Stumph Rd., Nordonia High, Cleveland Heights High, Y-Teens 2, Intramurals 2. SHARON LYNN GLENN, Sheri, 6445 Sherborn Rd., Boosters 2, 4, Y-Teens 4. JOANNE GLOWACKI, jo, 11410 Bar- rington Blvd., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Office Page 3, Y-Teens 4, Intramurals 4. WILLIAM GOETZ, Bill, 8008 Ackley Rd., Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN GOLDEN, 7907 Thornton, F.N.C. 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH GOLOMBEK, Jose, 6644 York Rd., A.V.A. 2, 3, ,Radio Club 2, 3, 4. JAMES GORE, Edgehill Dr., Baseball 2, Boosfer li-,E Key Club 3, 4, National Honor E,S ciety' 4, Student Council 2, lntramura 32, 3, 4. ROBIN GRABER, 8419 Evergreen Dr., F.N.C. 4, Intramurals 4. MARGARET GRABIEC, Peggy? 6602 Big Creek Pkwy., A.V.A. 3, 4, Sec- retary 4, Boosters 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Library Page 2. JEFFREY GRADY, Jeff? 6256 Mariana Dr., Cross-country 4, Lettermen 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. LYDIA GRAFING ,Z ,,, 13326419 Stanbury Rd., Marching Ban 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3,E, jOffice Page 2, Symphonic Band 2,13 EARL GRAHAM,-8509 Pinegrove Ave., Baseball 2, Boys' Interscholastic Bowl- ing Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3, 4. CAROL LEE GREENBERG, Greenie' 6843 Reid Dr., giblf hive Staff 3, 4, Writer, Boosters F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls Leaders 2, 3, 5-fNational Honor Society 4, Russiaii-- Glub 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 4, Sportheads 4. DENNIS GRENDA, Denny, 6825 Parma Park Blvd., Football 2, Intramurals 4. JOHN GRESLICK, Gerz, 7606 Marl- borough Ave., Intramurals 2, Jr. Achieve- ment 2, 3. GARY M. GRESS, 6372 Doncaster Dr., Boys' Glee Club 2, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, Symphonic Band 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Tennis 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JOHN GRISIK, 6449 Keltonshire Rd., Debate Team 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 4. KALMAN GUBICS, Tucker, 12972 Sprague Rd., Boosters 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. GENEVIEVE GUDIN, Genny, 11087 Westborough Rd., Notre Dame Acad- emy, Boosters 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. GARY GUMZ, 8109 Kenton Dr., Soph- omore Class Treasurer, Junior Class Treasurer, Archive Staff 4, Writer, Boosters 2, 3, 4, ,BB- sfffllee Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Cant Committee 4, Cross-country 2, Team 2, 3, Key Club 4, National Fore sic League 2, 3, 4, National Honor Soci ty 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intra- murals 4, Track 2, 3, Ars-Medica Club 4. WESLEY I-IADDAD, 5790 Edgehill Dr. SANDRA HAIRE, Sandy, 11251 Wood- view Blvd., Boosters 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, Intramurals 3, 4. PAUL HANISKO, 11030 Sprague Rd., West Technical High School, Intra- murals 3. SANDRA HANNA, Sandy, 11490 Bar- rington Blvd., Boosters 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Girls' Choir 2. 3. THOMAS HANNON, Chief, 8215 Par-I menter Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Youth Traffic Council 4, Parma Senior Patrol 2, 3, 4. ELSIE HANSEN, Elie, 10398 Valley Forge Dr., D.E.C.A. 4, Student Council 4, Intramurals 2, 4. LIS HANSEN, Lisa, 10398 Valley Forge Dr., Boosters 4, D.E.C.A., 4, Secretary- Treasurer, Intramurals 4. PHILIP HARBISON, Phil, 11430 Bar- rington Blvd., Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Con- cert Band 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 4. MICHAEL J. HARKOLOVICH, Mike, 7335 Maplewood Rd., Boys' Inter- scholastic Bowling Team 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. 18 THOMAS 7072 Parma Park Blvd., Bdos rsf 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, iQ'fClub 3, 4. JEFFREY HARTLIEB, Jeff: 5752 Park- land Dr., Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boosters 3, 4, Cross-country 2, Key Club 3, 4, Letter- men 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. FLORENCE HARTLINE, Flo, 12073 Lawndale Dr., Boosters 4, Girls' Choir 2,Y-Teens 4. DAVID NEAL HARTMAN, Hart, 5962 Chestnut Hills Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Choristers 2. MARJORIE HARTMAN, Marnie, 7870 W. Pleasant Valley Rd., Battlecry Staff 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Canteen Com- mittee 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Student Council 4, Intra- murals 2. ROBERT HARTMAN, Bobby, 7870 W. Pleasant Valley Rd., Golf 4, Intra- murals 3, 4. 1 JAMES HAUG,,gg.'l,,lirnmy-Baby, 6213 Mandalay Dr., Bo ters 2, 3, 4, Cross- country 2, 3, 4, 3, 4, National Honor Society Student Council 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. BONNIE HAVEL,, 7585 N. Linden La., A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, President 4, Boosters 2, 3, ,4'if'1j,f'Qlieerleader 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Pfzes erit 4, F.T.A. 3, 43 Girls Leaders National Honor Society 3, 4, Se0,r t.ary 4-: Office Pages 3, Student Coun il 4, Valedictorian. GEORIANA HAWRAN, Georgie, 11120 Snow Rd., Library Pages 2, 3, Office Pages 2,3, 4. KENNETH HEHMEYER,-11120 Kader Dr. RICHARD HEINZ, 6319 Mandalay Dr., Wrestling 3.. MICKI HEMEYER, 9994 Beaconsfield Dr., Parma Senior High School 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Boosters 4, Intra- murals 4. ROGER HENNING, R. J., 8006 Stratford Dr., A.V.A. 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4. VALERIE HENNINGS, Val, 11686 Lawndale Dr., Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Office Pages 3, Y-Teens 3, Intra- murals 3,4. ' KENNETH HERBOLD, Ken, 8879 Newkirk Dr., Debate Team 4, National Forensic League 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. DONALD HERRMANN, Herm, 7814 Dorothy Ave., Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Boosters 4, Football 3, 4, Lettermen 3, 4. .IEANNE HERTELENDY, Jean, 7945 Craigleigh Dr., 'l ,Staff 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.Ag. ,,4, National Honor Society 4, Intramur s ,-,' 2 , 3. LINDA HICKS, I-ficksie, 8010 Liberty Ave., A Cappella 4, Anvil Staff 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Canteen Committee 4, F.N.C. 2, 3, Girls' Choir 3, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Spanish Club 4. JACQUELINE HILL, jackie, 7209 Greenleaf Ave., Anvil Staff 3, 4, Boost- ers 3, Girls' Leaders 2, Intramurals 2. LAUREN HINE, 6965 Oakwood Rd. MARY ANN HIRKO, 6766 York Rd., F.B.L.A. 4. THOMAS HIRKO, Tom, 6766 York Rd. 186 PHILLIP HLUCKY, Lucky, 11181 GlamerDr. BERT HOCKENBERRY, Huck, 7425 W. 130 St., A.V.A. 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2. BONNIE HOF "N,f 6656 Rochelle Blvd., Anvil Staff 0 3,5 Editor 2, Archive Staff 4, Boostersi,-2s3,f' 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, National Honor 2-,Society 4, Student Council 3, Intrarn,urals,,?2, 3, 4. MICHAEL Hdf"""""iiiAY, 5860 Wool- man Court, Nog. National Honor Society 4. 2 3 BONNIE HOLMElS, 11311 Stoneham Rd., Boosters 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Intramurals 4. DIANA C. HOLT, Di, 10400 Moore Dr., Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. GARY HOOKER, 7718 Southington Dr., Boosters 4, Triton Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 4. JANIS HOUCK,.,,,lan, 8156 Banner La., Anvil Staff 3, iBo"'stei's 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Treasureri,3 Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls Leaders 3, , -Treasurer 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Presid t 2, National Honor Society 3,4. JAY HOVANEC, 11898 Lawndale Dr., Chess Club 2, 3. ANTHONY V. HREN, Hawk, 7192 York Rd., Boosters 4, Cross-country 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. ANTOINETTE HUCKABAY, Toni, 6246 Westminister Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Office Pages 2, 3. KATHLEEN HUFFMAN, Kay, 6280 Alexandria Dr. LINDA HUNTER, Lin, 9703 Enderby Dr., Boosters 4. PAMELA HUNTER, Pam, 6939 Brandy- wine Rd., Princeton High School, Cincinnati, Ohio, Clinic Aide 4, F.N.C. 3, 4, Office Page 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. EILEEN JEAN HWOZDYK, Ei, 7528 Pleasant Hill Dr., Nazareth Academy, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2. MANUEL IACANO, Duke, 6656 Cren- shaw Dr., D.E.C.A. 4, Wrestling 2. NANCY IHDE, 5831 Elmore Dr., Boosters 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Office Page 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. JO ANN IMMORMINO, 5250 W. 83 St., Boosters 3, Intramurals 3. JO ANN INCORVIA, Jo, 6352 Stratford Dr., Battlecry Staff 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Y-Teens 2, 4, Intra- murals 2, 4. DICK K. INGERSOLL, Spider, 11610 Blossom Ave., Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4. DARLENE INNOCENZI, 6222 Mariana Dr. CAROL ISAAC, 6295 Mandalay Dr., F.T.A. 3, Office Pages 2, Intramurals 2. DONALD ISENHATH, Don, 5920 Hodg- man Dr. JUDY JACKSON, Jud, 8311 Deerfield Dr. RONALD JACOBY, Ron, 10126 Green- heath Dr., Boosters 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. ADRIENNE JANCEN, Andi, 10380 Valley Forge Dr., Boosters 3, 4, Office Pages 2, Intramurals 2, 3. MARY ANN JANDA, 7710 Lanyard Dr., F.B.L.A. 4. JAMES JANKURA, jim, 7601 Linden Lane, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys Leaders 4, Canteen Committee 4, Cross-country 4, Football 2, Lettermen 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Pres- ident 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY JAN'1QZ,-I-.Slrirlg 5846 Doxmere Dr., Boosters 2, ' 74, National Honor Society 4, Studeht otincil 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Intramurals . 55 KATHY JARVIS, 433 Springwood Rd., Manson Community High School, Man- son, Iowa, Boosters 4. KAREN JECH, 8315 Craigleigh Dr., Battlecry Staff 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Y-Teens 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. GERALD R. JOHNSON, Jerry, 7515 Arden Rd., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Cross-coun- try 4, Key Club 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2. ROBERT M. JOHNSON, JR., Bob, 7590 Pleasant Hill Dr. ROGER JOHNSON, 8214 Fernhill Ave., Baseball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Let- termen 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. JEFFREY JONES, Jeff: 7219 W. 130 St., Rogers High School, Basketball 3, Boosters 4, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Vice President 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Secretary 4, Intramurals 4, Track 4. DIANE M. JOST, 7258 Oakwood Rd., Boosters 2, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Office Pages 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN JUDD, Judd, 6431 Newland Rd., Boosters 3, 4, Y-Teens 3. KATHRYN JURAS, Kathy, 7045 Green- leaf Ave., Battlbe t,Staff 4, National Honor Society 3, , Paperback Book- store 2, 3, 4, Spanis Club 4. THERESE E. .IU ICK, Terry, 8203 Dorothy Ave., Boosters 3, 4, Girls' Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Library Pages 2, Russian Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, Intramurals 2, 4. DENNIS C. KABASAN, Kabby, 6787 Reid Dr., A.V.A. 2, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Cross-country 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Track 3,4. JEFF KACHELEIN, Kack, 6277 Strat- ford Dr., A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, A.V.A. 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, National Thes- pian Society 4. JOHN KAPUT, Jack, 5731 Edgehill Dr., Boosters 4, Football 2. STEPHEN P. KARALES, Greek, 11732 Meadowbrook Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys Leaders 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Lettermen 4, Marching Band 4, Student Council 3, Triton Hi- Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. RANDALL KARBERG, Randy, 5341 Knollwood Dr., Cross-country 2, Track 3, Spanish Club 4. SHARON KARIEQSKY, Shay, 8112 r Ivandale D ., ' stars 4, Concert Band 2, F.B.L.A. , .,f' National Honor Society 4, Office age 4, Y-Teens 3, Intramurals 3,4. if """ ALICE KASKA, 10870 Blossom Ave., Anvil Staff 4, Girls' Choir 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Choristers 2. DAVID KASNYIK, Dave, 8006 Pine- grove Ave., Boosters 3. NANCY Sharon Dr., A Cappella Choir ,,4, Anvil Staff 3, Boosters 2, 3, 43, .fIY1A. 2, 3, 4, Girls Leaders 4, Natif,,s?1,5JH0n0r Society 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,- Treasurer 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. KENNETH KASSOUF, JR., Ken, 7185 Beresford Rd., Wrestling 2. RONALD KASSOUF, Ron, 5831 Wick- field Dr., Intramurals 2, 3, 4. THOMAS KASYCH, Tom, 5989 Maple- cliff Dr., A.V.A. 2, Boosters 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, Cross-country 2, Golf Team 2, Triton Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3. GARY KAUFMANN, 5832 Clearview D'-S Intramurals if ,,.., ............ JAMES KAZURiAf' ifi?n, 7061 Parma Park Blvd., Boost Marching Band 3, 4, National Hofn rfociety 4, Student Council 4, Symph nic Band 2, 3, 4, ,Intramurals 4. BARBARA KENT, Barb, 6419 Nelwood Dr., Sophomore Class Vice-President, Junior Class V?iKii?,i17?iiZgsident, Football Queen 4, Boosfer' 2,,5 3, 4, Vice-Pres- ident 4,,Canteerg. o1jnmittee 2, Cheer- leaders 2, 3, 4, 3, 4, Girls' Lead- ers 3, 4, National onor Society 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. LINDA KERINS, Lin, 6901 Parma Park Blvd,, Boosters 3, 4, Clinic Aides 4, F.N.C. 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Office Page 4, Student Council 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM KERLIN, Bill, 7719 Kenton Ave., Boys Leaders 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Lettermen 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. JAMES KIBELBEK, Jim, 8208 Fernhill Ave., Wrestling 3. ' JOHANNA KIJANKO, Jo, 7366 Green- leaf Ave., Anvil Staff 2, 3, Boosters 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, Trea- surer 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Ars Medica 4. TIMOTHY KILGORE, Tim, 6043 Pearl Rd., Patterson Prep School, South Carolina, Basketball Team 2, 3, Student Council3. MARCIA KLEIN, Marcy, 7502 Arden Ave., Boosters 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Office Page 2. G EUGENE KLEINDIENST, Gene, 6721 Orchard Blvd., Boosters 4, Intramurals 2. RICHARD KLEISS, Dick, 7538 Zona Lane, Intramurals 4. EIJA KLING, 6674 Lawnwood Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Office Page 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Intramurals 2. gg ..., DONALD KOCKX DJA, 8520 Selwick Dr., Boosters 4, M hjClub 4, National Honor Society 451,- ,ulqntramurals 3, 4. DAVID KOLASI SKI. Dave, 9220 Boundary Lane, Garfield Heights High, Intramurals 3, 4. SHERYL KOLKE. Sherry, 7873 List Lane, Boosters 2, 3, Girls' Choir 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. JOSEPH KOLLAR, Joe Babe's, 7037 Arcadia Dr., James Ford Rhodes, Boost-- ers 3, 4, Paperback Bookstore 2, 3, Radio Club 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Track 2. JOHN KONECSHI, 6836 Reid Dr., North Olmstead High, Cross-country Team 4, Track 2, 4. DAVID KOREC, Dave, 8211 Pinegrove Ave., Chess Club 3, Latin Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4. DAVID KOTASEK, Dave, 7297 Whitaker Dr., Boosters 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Triton Hi-Y 3, 4, Intramurals 2,3,4. DONALD KOTT, Don, 6225 Stanbury Rd., Boosters 4, Boys' Interscholastic Bowling 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 4. BEVERLY KOVACH, Bev, 7307 Dell Haven Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Library Page 2, Intra- murals 3. TIMOTHY KRAFCIK, Tim, 11482 Glen- dora Lane, A Cappella Choir 2, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, Chess Club 2, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Student Council 2. RAY KRAFT, 10400 Boundary Lane, Baseball 4. BETTY KREKO, 6694 Beresford Ave. JUDITH .iiiii 10321 Kes- wick Dr., Archive. 'aff 4, Boosters 3, National Honor 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3-,gil-if Spanish Club 4. KAREN KRUK, 7600 Dartworth Dr., Anvil Staff 2, 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 4. JOHN KRUKOWSKI, 11121 Aaron Dr. TERESE KUCERA, Terry, 6960 Maple- wood Rd., Boosters 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Office Page 2, 4, Student Council 2. CYNTHIA KUCZYNSKI, Cindy-Cha- Cha, 6185 Stratford Dr., A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Battlecry Staff 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Student Council 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Club 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 2, 3, 4. JANET KUHAR, Jan, 5720 Edgehill Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4. TIMOTHY KULIS, Tim, 10385 Valley Forge Dr. ERIC KUNZ, 8014 Lanyard Dr., Boost- ers 2, 3, 4, President 4, Boys Leaders 3, 4, Football Team 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Olympian Hi-Y Club 3, 4, Intramurals Vhgl 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4, f KAREN KUONE, , 5717 Kingsdale Blvd., James Fordff hodes, Boosters 2, National Honor Sodi y-f4. LOLA KURAK, 9014 Pinegrove Ave., J. R. Buchtel High, Akron, F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, National Thespian Society 2, Y-Teens,H.2,l,3, Intramurals 4. JUDY LABUDA,I"ii'17 3iiNewport Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4335-Iiijient Council 3, Y-Teens 2, 3. ' i"" TERRY LACEY, Tracey, 6483 Hamden Rd., Elizabeth Forward High, National Thespian Society 3, Student Council 2. LAURA LACKMAN, Laurie, 6890 Here- ford Ave. LEONA LACKMAN, Lee, 6890 Beres- ford Ave., Girls' Choir 2, Girls' Glee Club 3. LAWRENCE LADE, Larry, 5750 Ona- way Oval, Boosters 2, 3, D.E.C.A. 4, Lettermen 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. RONALD LAKE, Ron, 7453 N. Linden Lane, Boosters 3, 4, Cross-country 2, Intramurals 2, 3. 4 EDMUND LANCKI, Ed, 7906 Bertha Ave., St. Edward High. STEPHEN LANE, Greg, 6989 Brandy- wine Rd., Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4. CHERI LANGENFELDER, Shawn, 11051 Glamer Dr. EILEEN LA ROCCO, Tracy, 6869 Commonwealth Blvd., Boosters 2, 3, Girls' Choir 2, 3, Girls Leaders 2, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. MARTIN LASKA, Marty, 7596 N. Linden Lane, D.E.C.A. 4. i BARBARA LASKY, 7815 Renwood Dr. JAMES A. LASLEY, Jim, 7607 Ridge- field Rd., Boosters 2, 3, 4. DAVID LATANICK, Dave, 7539 Linden Lane, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 4, Span- ish Club 4, President 4. GUY T. LATIMER, Bronco, 10702 Notabene Dr., Siiiiliiiiiipre Class Pres- ident, Junior Class resident, Baseball 2, 3, Boosters 2, Rhys Leaders 3, 4, President 4, Footiifa l .... i2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 'J Student Council 2, 3, 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Wrestling 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 4, Assembly Committee 3. DAVID LAURENZI, Dave, 6289 Mar- iana Dr. TAMARA LAWLER, Tammy, 8223 Covington Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Library Page 3, Jr. Achievement 3, 4. INA RAY LAWTON, Red, 8250 Sel- wick Dr. ,DAVID J. LEHOTAN, Jake, 7096 Greenleaf Ave., Cross-country 2. DAVID P. LEMIRE, Dave, 10813 Pleas- ant Valley, Boosters 2. JAMES E. LEPPA, Jim, 6486 Kerney- wood Rd., Boosters 2, Golf Team 2, Intramurals 2, 4. ALLAN LEWICKI, Al, 7911 Thornton, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Cross-country 2, March- ing Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 4, Sym- phonic Band 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2. MARY ROJEAN LINCOLN, Jean, 5350 Knollwood Dr., Albert Gallatin High School, Pennsylvania, F.B.L.A. 4, Library Page 3. MARILYNN LIPA, Ralph, 7566 York Rd., Parma Senior High School, A Cappella Choir 3, Intramurals 2. MARK LIPA, 8113 Lanyard Dr., Boys' Glee Club 2. LEONARD LISIE'Cl ',ifi10331 Boundary Lane, Intramuralsg ,National Honor Society 4. lg, ...- BARBARA LOCAS RO, Barb, 11795 Kader Dr., Anvil Boosters 3, 4, Clinic Aid 2, 3, 43" 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 4, Girls' Qlub 3, National Honor Society ,ALL 'Office Page 4, Intramurals 2. FRANK JOHN LOEBS, John, 8796 Ridgewood Dr., Boosters 3, 4, Boys Leaders 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, Lettermen 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 4. JOAN LOFTUS, 11644 Ronald Dr. 187 THOMAS LOHN, Tom, 7011 Brandy- wine. RONALD E. LONG, Ron, 6947 Brandy- wine Rd., St. Q,IQhnsX..'CoHege 2, Anvil Staff 3, Booste:rsi 4,'jDebate 4, Latin Club 3, Natiorfal -ogrensic League 4, National Honori ,,f' ociety 4, National Thespian Society """ QI4, Ars Medica 4, Vice-President 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Valedictorian. DAVID LOVELADY, Dave, 6202 Hol- burn Rd., Boosters 4, Boys Leaders 4, Football 2, 4, Lettermen 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA LOWDERMILK, Gini, 5874 Amrap Dr., Archive Staff 3, Underclass Editor 3, Battlecry Staff 2, Boosters 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Secretary 4, Russian Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Y-Teens 2, Intra- murals 2, 3. JOHN LUCAS,5g--1,0131-7 Pleasant Valley ROY LUCHT, Rd., National Honor Society 4. lgfj alnyyzy THOMAS A. LUDWIG, 8312 Kenton Ave., Office Page 3, 4. WILLIAM LUTZ, Bill, 7326 Dell Haven Dr., Football 2, Intramurals 4. DIANA LYNCH, 5916 Pearl Rd., Boost- ers 3, 4, F.N.C. 3. MARY ANN LYNCH, Kitch, 5916 Pearl Rd., Boosters 3, 4, Girls' Choir 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Intramurals 2. ROBERT J. MACHOR, Bob, 12074 Meadowbrook Dr., D.E.C.A. 4. ROBERT L. MADEY, Bob, 11761 Wood- view Blvd., Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. GENE MAKOSKI, 7997 Ridge Rd., John Marshall High School, Football 4. KENNETH MALIN, 6760 Brandywine Rd. SHIRLEY MANCHEK, Shirl, 6538 Anita Dr., Boosters 3, 4, F.N.C. 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, Library Page 4, Russian Club 3, Youth Traffic Council 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 4, Sport- head 4. ADELE MANTI, 8205 Lanyard Dr., Girls Leaders 2, Paperback Bookstore 2, Intramurals 2. DON MARCINIAK, Marc, 6916 York Rd., Intramurals 2. RICHARD MARCUZ, Marcuz, 7591 W. 130 St., Wrestling 3, Intramurals 4. KATHLEEN MARKS, Kathy, 11031 Magdala Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Intramurals 2, 4. ALAN F. MARTENS, 11230 Holliston La., Cross-country 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4. KAY ANN MARTIN, Kitty, 6678 Cren- shaw Dr., Henghan High, Boston, Mass. GREGORY R. MASON, 6647 F ernhurst Ave., Boosters 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, Wrestling 2, 3. BEVERLY MATHE, Bev, 6364 Dellrose Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Canteen Committee 2, Library Page 3, Y-Teens 2, Intra- murals 2. RAE MARIE MATUSKA, 7304 Oakwood Rd., F.B.L.A. 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Intra- murals 2. 188 DIANA MAUSER, 5973 Maplecliff Dr., Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JAMES MAXIN, Max, 12161 Pleasant Valley Rd., Chaney High School, Youngstown, Intramurals 4. GARY MAYER, 6495 Aylesworth Dr., A Cappella Choir 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Boosters 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Intramurals.-52,3,: 4. VITO MAZZEQ, Dorothy Ave., Boosters 4, Natio Honor Society 4, Intramurals 4. 31, ,,,, 3 ,,,,' , " .IACQUELINE .... MQDONALD, Jackie, 7491 Zona La.,iSo"'thi51est High School, Atlanta, Ga., RQ ester High School, Rochester, Pa., Bog sters 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, National Honor Sdciety 4, Y-Teens 4, Intramurals 4. WAYNE McMILLEN, 6327 W. 130 St., St. Edward High School, Football 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. RITA MECSKO, 11113 Blossom Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. SHERYL MEDER, 6876 Greenleaf Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.N.C. 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Latin Club 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. MATHEW MELLIS, Mat, 6620 Big Creek Pkwy., Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4, Student Council 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. PRESTON MENTALL, 12510 Pleasant Valley Rd., A.V.A. 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. THOMAS MERNONE, T om, 9019 Pine- grove Ave., Boys' Interscholastic Bowl- ing 4, Cross-country 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Track 2, 3, 4. ELLEN MESSERKNECHT, 6861 Tobik Trail, Student Council 4. PAUL METZGER, 6063 Maplecliff Dr., Boosters 4, Latin Club 2, 3. BOB METZLER, Sid, 7365 Parma Park Blvd., Track 2, Intramurals 3. BARBARA MEYER, Barb, 6558 West- minister Dr., Boosters 2. HAL MEYER, 5906 Lotusdale Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 2, 4. BARBARA Barb, 6508 Anita Dr., Booste ' 2,f3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Secretary 4, Natio Honor Society 4, Paperback Booksfore 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 5 GARY MICHALEK, 6330 Westminister Dr., Anvil Staff53.,:14,Q-KBattlecry Staff 4, Boosters 2, 3, Zllifi oys' Interscholastic Bowling 2, Key 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Lt. Governor 4211 ath Club 4, National Honor Society 3,1 4, i"" National Thespian Society 4, Student Council 2, 3, Tennis 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL J. MICHALOVICH, Mickey Mouse, 6299 Anita Dr. JAN MICHAUD, 8115 Whitehaven Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys Leaders 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Wrestling 2, 3, Intramurals 3, 4. MICHAEL MIHNA, Mickey, 9234 Rox- bury Rd., Boosters 2, 3, Boys' Inter- scholastic Bowling 2, Intramurals 3, 4. EMIL MIKULAS, Doc, 7733 Fernhill Ave., A.V.A. 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Trainer, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Trainer 3, 4, Concert Band 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Trainer, Lettermen 3, 4, Marching Band 3, Sym- phonic Band 2, W.V.F.H. 2, 3, 4, Boost- ers 4. JAMES MILLER, Jim, 8023 Newport Ave., St. Ignatius High School. MARILYN MILLER, Mil, 6625 Big Creek Pkwy., National Thespian Society 3, 4, Paperback Bookstore 2, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. SHARON MILLER, Sherry, 7416 Man- hattan Ave., Boosters 2, 3, F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Girls' Choir 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. ROBERT MINTO, Bob, 6316 South Canterbury Rd., Intramurals 4. FREDERICK MOELLER, Fred, 8660 Selwick Dr., Boys Leaders 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Lettermen 2, Wrestling 2, Intra- murals 2, 3. DENNIS MOKAREN, Mokie, 11530 W. Sprague Rd., Cross-country 2, March- ing Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2. THOMAS MONAHAN, Tom, 7245 Parma Park Blvd ...,. Z LINDA MoNT1f-izszr ossps York Rd., A Cappella Choir 2, Boosters 2, 4, Clinic Aide 3, .,N.C. 2, National Honor Society 4, Yi' ens 2. ELLIS H. MOOSE III, Moose, 6245 W. 130 St., Cross-country 2, Drum Major 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. THOMAS MORRISON, Tom-Tom, 5866 Chestnut Hills Dr., A.V.A. 2, Library Page 2, 3, Office Page 3, 4, Tennis 3. MARGARET MRUK, Peggy, 7245 Beres- ford Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4. RONALD MUCHA, Mooch, 11032 Meadowbrook, Basketball 2, 3, Boosters 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3. ALMIRA MULL, 10561 Aaron Dr., A Cappella Choir 4, F.N.C. 4. DENNIS MURPHY, Murph, 7814 Ridge- field. MARYELLEN MURRAY, Mary, 6924 Greenleaf Ave., Boosters 3, F.B.L.A. 3, Library Pages 4, Intramurals 4. JANICE MURZYQN-alan, 8326 Bauer- dale, Anvil Staff1l3',l l,: Boosters 2, 3. 4, National Honor iety 4, Paperback Bookstore 2, Rtfss arf Club 3, 4, Sec- retary 4, Science Troject Competition 2, 3, 4. RONALD NAGY, Ron, 5999 Twin Lakes Dr. WILLIAM ALLEN NAGY, Bill, 8315 Salisbury Dr., Boys' Glee Club 3, D.E.C.A. 4, Intramurals 2. JOSEPH NANNI, Joe, 7802 Newport Dr. SHERYL NASIjIfK'.5' 10196 Halcyon Dr., Boosters 3, Girlsf eaders 4, National Honor Society tiident Council 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Inte club Representative 4, Intramurals 2, , Spanish Club 4. MICHAEL L. NEISWONGER, Peabody, 6773 Tobik Trail, Colonel White High School, Dayton, D.E.C.A. 4. .IEANNE NESBIT,.,Megx, 6341 Alderwood Rd., Archive Staff 3 1134, Writer 3, Lit- erary Editor 4, 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Societ Student Council 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, "'i' "'iJ Intramurals 2, 4, Officials Club 4, Sportheads 4. FRANK NEUBECKER, Frankie, 9479 Reichert Rd., A.V.A. 2, F.T.A. 3, Key Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4. DENNIS NICKLUS, Nick, 6522 S. Canterbury, Boosters 3, 4, Boys Leaders 2, Cross-country 2, Intramurals 2, 3. WILLIAM M. NIRO, Donald, 6531 Denison Blvd., Archive Staff 3, 4, Boys' Sports Editor 3,5-l,Qgl.i,tor-in-chief 4, Bas- ketball 2, BoostErE 'Q'f3, 4, Treasurer 4, Boys Leaders 3,14- llffmotball 2, 3, Key Club 3, 4, Natiorial glionor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4, 'iSS:ii'dent Council 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Track 2. RONALD ,NOGA, 6499 Mariana Dr., Football 2, Math Club 4, Intramurals 3, 4. ALFRED NOWAK, Al, 8127 Chester- field Ave., Intramurals 4. DICK NOWAK, Eater, 5920 Ridge Rd., Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4, Boosters 3, 4, Boys Leaders 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Lettermen 4, Sergeant at Arms 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. KIARAN O'BRI i Q'iA5g5245 Hauserman Rd., Boosters F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls Leaders 4, Latirigg h, 2, National Honor Society 4, Orchest ilil, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4-. SHARON O'GRADY, Skata, 7907 Ken- ilworth Ave., Boosters 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA OFFTERMATT, Patti, 6314 Springwood Rd.,,,,gQlass Officer 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3i5i4 tFCiotball Queen At- tendant 4, Boost sf.',g2, 3, 4, Canteen Committee 2, ,Qlhairman 2, Girls Leaders 3, 4, Na ioi1alQHonor Society 3, 4, Social Chairman, Student Council 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 4. ROBERT OLIVE, Bob, 8106 Essen Ave., A.V.A. 3, Debate 3, 4, National Forensic League 3, 4, W.V.F.H. 3, 4. JANET OLSEN, Jan, 4193 Ridgewood Dr., Buchser High School, California, Boosters 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4. JOYCE OLSEN, 4193 Ridgewood Dr., Buchser High School, California, Boost- ers 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4. JOHN OPRZADEK, 5817 Twin Lakes Dr., Intramurals 2, 3, 4. KENNETH ORCHARD, Orch, 6554 Kenbridge, Boosters 4, Boys' Inter- scholastic Bowling 2. HARVEY EDWIN OSBORN, 8699 Lynnhaven, Intramurals 3. CAROL OSOWIECKI, 11599 Kader Dr., Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 2, Intramurals 2, 3. JOSEPH OVERTON, Joe: 10714 Wood- view Blvd., A.V.A. 2, 3. DANTE PALANGE, Danny, 10649 Gabriella, Baseball 2, Boosters 4, Foot- ball 4, Lettermen 4, Wrestling 3, 4. RICHARD PAMER, Silver, 10710 Lawn- dale Dr., A.V.A. 2, Cross-country 4, Lettermen 4, W.V.F.H. 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Track 4. LEONARD PANIK, 7606 Dorothy Ave., Boosters 4, Intramurals 4, Track 4. EUGENE PARKS, Old Man, 9362 Ackley Rd. I STANLEY PARRISH, Stan, 6463 Lawn- wood Ave., Basketball 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, Boys Leaders 2, Canteen Committee 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Track 2, 3, Student Council 3. VICTORIA PARTYKA, Vicky, 6448 Mandalay Dr., Anvil Staff 2, 3, 4, Boost- ers 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Vice Pres- ident 4, Girls' Choir 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Paperback Book- store 2, Intramurals 3, 4. MARCIA PASTOR, Marsh, 8026 Brem- en Ave., Boosters 2, 3, D.E.C.A. 4, President 4, Library Page 3, Intra- murals 4, Fall Play 3. GREGORY PATCHAN, Greg, 9956 Independence Blvd., Chanel High School, Math Club 3, Intramurals 3, Track 2. LAUREEN JEAN PATLA, Laurie, 11484 Woodview Blvd., Boosters 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Library Pages 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK PAUER, Fred, 8101 Ches- terfield, Boosters 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, Football 2, Library Page 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Russian Club 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4. SHARON PAVLIK, 8991 Lynnhaven Rd., Boosters 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 4. SUEANN PECORA, Suzy, 6687 Parma Park Blvd., Anvil Staff 2, Editor, Ar- chive Staff 4, As.s.iI..7Senior Editor 4, Battlecry StaffQ'1,53fi73Bposters 2, 3, 4, Canteen Committ jg-4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls Leaders 2li1:4'f4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Nafio E-al Thespian Society 3, 4, Office Page 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, W.V.F.H. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. DIANE PEKAR, Pinky, 9511 Eureka Pkwy., F.N.C. 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. ROBERT PERONI, Tony Peroni, 10881 Blossom Ave., Boys' Interscholastic Bowling'2. ' SUSAN PERRY, Susie, 6488 Bucking- ham Dr., Boosters 4, Intramurals 4. DAVID PETRAS, Dave, 10303 Valley Forge Dr., Boosters 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Paperback Bookstore 2, Sym- phonic Band 2, 3, 4, Triton Hi-Y 4, Ser- geant-at-arms 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD PHILLIPS, Dick, 10610 Snow Rd., Galion High School, Boosters 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4. ROBERT PLECHATY,Bob, 7919 Thor- ton Dr., Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. SYLVIA PLUTO, Syl, 6546 Fernhurst Ave., St. Augustine Academy, D.E.C.A. 4, F.N.C. 3. ROY POCZEBUT, Poz, 8018 Kenil- worth Ave., Basketball 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, Cross-country 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4. MARGARET Pol-ILCHUCK, Peggy, 8303 Covington Dr., D.E.C.A. 4, Office Page 2. LESLIE POLESKYS 11593 Lawndale. NANCY POLK, 11569 Woodview, Boosters 4. LINDA POLLOCK, Lin, 6219 Nelwood Rd., Boosters 2, 3, D.E.C.A. 4, Paper- back Bookstore 4, Intramurals 2. RICHARD POLLOCK, Rick, 6219 Nel- wood Rd., Cathedral Latin, Boys' lnterscholastic Bowling 2, 3, Chess Club 2, Concert Band 2, Cross-country 2, Marching Band 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3. DAVID POLO, Dave, 8223 Fernhill Ave., St. Ignatius. PHILLIP PONTIUS, Felipe, 11439 Huffman Rd., Mynderse Academy, Football 2, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Youth Traffic Council 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD PORTER, Rich, 10251 W. Pleasant Valley Rd., Boosters 4. CHERYL POWERS, 1194 Woodview, Bowling Green High School 3, Boosters 2, 4, Debate Team 2, Student Council 4. LINDA PRENSLOW, W eepyi 7565 Ann Arbor Dr., Girls' Glee Club 2, 4, Intra- murals 3, 4. GEOFFREY PRENTICE, Jack, 5856 Clearview Dr., Boosters 4, National Honor Society 4, Intramurals 3, 4. JUDITH PRESLEY,Judy, 5902 Pearl Rd., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls Choir 4, President 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Student Council 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Interclub Representa- tive 3, Treasurer 4. DAVID PRESTON, Dave, 7835 Ridge Rd., Boosters 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JOHN PRICE, J.P., 8322 Stratford Dr., Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Intramurals 2, 3, Track 2. LINDA PRICE, Lin, 11600 Aaron Dr. DIANE PROKES, 8908 F ernhill Ave., Office Page 3, 4. JAY PRUEHS, Puss, 11438 Huffman Rd., Boosters 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Lettermen 4, Triton Hi-Y 4, Intra- murals 3, 4. MARY PUCILLO, Mar, 8406 Renwood Dr., Boosters 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Library Page 2. CHERYL ANNE QUAST, Sherry, 11087 Lawndale Dr., A Cappella Choir 2, Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Office Pages 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2. JUDITH RADTKE, Judy, 7270 Whitaker Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Y- Teens 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3. DONNA RADY, 6896 Parma Park Blvd. SUSAN RAKOW,a5ugsi, 8015 Newport 9 Ave., Boosters XZIX TT4, Canteen Com- mittee 3, Naticiii hilyilonor Society 4, Spanish Club 4. GARY RAMSEYi,i iliil 38180 Banner La. PAMELA Pam, 9210 Ever- green Dr., A Choir 2, 3, 4, Marching Band QQ , National Honor Society 3, 4, ,honic Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3,31- -t-iiamurals 2, 3, 4. ROBERT REICHELT, Bob, 11363 Ap- pleton Ave., Boosters 3, 4, Cross-country 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, Triton Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 4, Track 2. LINDA REIMER, 10779 Deborah Dr., Boosters 3, 4, Library Pages 3, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. PAUL REINKE, 8007 Deerfield Dr., Boosters 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Cross-country 2. MARSHA 8739 Lynn- haven Rd., Bigo grsi 2, 3, 4, Girls Leaders 2, 3, 45,g, reisident 4, National Honor Society 3i,jM , puggh Intramurals 2, 3, 4. FERDINAND Fred, 6431 York Rd., Football Zir tifojial Honor Society 4, Wrestling 3. ,jf '." Q RONALD REUST faon, 9106 Harrow Dr., Parma senior 'E 'igh School. CARL RICCHETTI, 6356 Westminister, Anvil Staff 2, Boys' lnterscholastic Bowling 2, Paperback Bookstore 2. LARRY R. RICE, 7660 York Rd. JACQUELYNNE T. RICH, Jacquie, 6511 Pearl Rd., Bedford High School, Berea High School, Boosters 4-. 1 8 GAIL RIEHL, 10761 Barrington Blvd., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Russian Club 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JOHN D. RILEY, Rile, 11217 Stoneham Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, Football 2, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ROBERTS, Barb, 7400 Thornton Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Office Page 4, Y-Teens 4, Intramurals 3, 4. LINDA RODENBAUGH, Rody, 5818 Doxmere Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. DAVID RODGERS, Dude, 8103 Ackley Rd., Class Officer 4, Treasurer, A Cap- pella Choir 2, 4, Anvil Staff 3, Baseball 2, Boys' Glee Club 3, Key Club 3, 4, Office Page 4, Student Council 4, Tennis 4, Triton Hi-Y 3, 4, Intramurals 3, Basketball 2, 4. RICHARD LEE RODGERS, Rick, 7680 Royal Ridge Dr., Automotive Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. WAYNE ROGERS, 10917 Snow Rd., Saint John Cantius High School. GEORGE ROKSANDIC, 7222 Green- leaf Ave., Boys' Interscholastic Bowling 2, Intramurals 2, Track 2. MARGARET ROLLASON, Peggy, 7575 Dawn Haven Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Can- teen Committee 2, Library, Page 2, Paperback Bookstore 4, Student Council 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. DONNA ROMOLI, 10913 Pleasant Valley Rd., F.B.L.A. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Intramurals 3, Boosters 3, 4. FRANCES ROPCHOCK, Fran, 7715 Renwood Dr. LESLEY ROSS, Les, 3800 Cecilia Ave., Battlecry Staff 2, 4, Boosters 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4. SHARON ROUSH, 8511 Renwood Dr., Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Office Page 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, President 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. DONALD RUSSELL, 8102 Marlborough Ave. JEANETTE RUTH, Jean, 9474 Roxbury Rd., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Debate 2, D.E.C.A. 4, Library Page 2, National Forensic League 3, 4, Office Page 4, Student Council 2, 4, W.V.F.H. 2, Intramurals 2. CHARLES RYAN, Chuck, 6733 Oak- wood Rd., Archive Staff 3, Photographer 3, Battlecry Staff 3, 4, Photographer 3, 4. RUSSELL SACK, Russ, 8015 Essen Ave., Wrestling 2. .IEANETTE SALAY, Jan, 8020 Spring- dale Ave., Clinic Aides 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice- President 3, President 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Latin Club 3, Library Page 2, 3, Office Page 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. JANET SAMOLIS, Jan, 5832 Queen's Highway, Anvil Staff 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. FRANKLIN D. SANDUSKY, Frank, 10084 Valley Forge Dr., Cross-country 4, Lettermen 4, Track 2, 3, 4. CHARLES SANTAMARIA, Chuck, 6659 Rochelle Ave. DEAN SANTNER, Dino, 5881 Wickfield Dr., Boosters 3, 4, Boys Leaders 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Lettermen 3, Student Council 2, 3, Wrestling 2. 90 MICHAL SANYI, Mich, 1120 Sharon Dr., Boosters 2, 3, Clinic Aides 3, F.N.C. 3, Intramurals 2. .IAMES SAVARDA, W atkins, 8300 Ivandale Dr., Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys Leaders 4, Cross-country 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4, Lettermen 4, March- ing Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Wrestling 2, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. CHARLES E. SCANLON, Chuck, 7340 Beresford Ave., A.V.A. 2, 3, Boosters 2,3. CHARLES SCAVONE, Chuck, 7918 Theota Ave., Boys' Interscholastic Bowling 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Lettermen 4, Intramurals 3. KARL SCHERR,' 8105 Chesterfield Ave., National r,fSociety 4, Intra- murals 4. ,',, , ,QE PAUL SCHERER, reddie, 11439 Snow Rd., D.E.C.A. 4, Intramurals 3. THEODORE D. isjg IEFRIK, Ted, 6203 Denison Blvd., Ke 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Nation2ilE1Honor Society 4. SANDRA C. SCHSILL, Sandy, 6518 Kenbridge Ave.gli.Fqqtball Queen At- tendant 4, Boostei '21, 3, 4, National Honor Society ,dent Council 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. llqq in KAREN SCHLEGEBMILCH, 6695 Com- monwealth Blvd5.,?f'B'60sters 2, Girls' Choir 2, NationahH "o,1j'Society 4. LORENZ SCHNL Larry, 6316 Mariana Dr., Autohi tive Club 4. SHARON SCHOECK, Sherri, 10814 Brainard Dr., Boosters 2, Y-Teens 2, Mixed Choir 2. MICHAEL Mike, 6902 Parma Park Blvtl.', Kgj5y Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor So iety 4, Intramurals 2 4 ......., 1 , 9 ' CAROL SCHUELLER, 10153 Keswick Dr., Anvil Staff 4, A.V.A. 2, Battlecry Staff 3, Girls' Glee Club 4, Library Page 3, Paperback Bookstore 3, Y-Teens 4. SANDRA SCHUMANN, Sam, 8606 Pine- grove Ave. JEAN SCHUSTER, Babe, 11264 Apple- ton Dr., Office Page3,N4. BEVERLY SCIjl ' RZMANN, Bev, 10030 Beaconsfiel Boosters 3, National Honor So viety 4, Paperback Bookstore 3, 4, Y-Te ns 3. PATRICIA SCULLIN, Pat, 7502 Bertha Ave. DAVE SEARS, 7710 Kenilworth Ave., Baseball 2, 3, Intramurals 2. CLAUDIA Clyde, 7446 Malibu Dr., ...Boosters 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Library Page, ,i4, National Honor Society 4, Y-Teeris Intramurals 2, 3, Spanish Club 4. MARIS SELL, 12966 Martin Dr., A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Y-Teens 3. GARY SEMAN, 8911 Harrow Dr. DONALD D. SHAFER,Don, 6783 Green- briar Rd., Golf 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Triton Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. DONNA SHAYKO, Shake, 6797 York Rd., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Office Page 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3. CHERYL SHONE, 6380 Stratford Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Office Page 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Intramurals 2, 3. BRADLEY SIEBER, Brad, 10139 Ackley Blvd. JOHN SKOTKO, 11329 Gabriella Dr., Football 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, Lettermen 4, Math Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. CHARLES SMITH, 6371 Doncaster, Debate 2, Latin Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 3, 4. CHERYL KAY SMITH, 8912 Lynnhaven Rd., Battlecry Staff 2, 3, Boosters 2, 3. GERALD SMITH, Jerry, 11391 Glamer Dr. KENT SMITH, 6824 Orchard Blvd., Boys Leaders 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN SMULLEN, Kathy, 11734 Gross Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.N.C. 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3. ROBERT SOBEL, Bob, 7920 Dresden Dr., A.V.A. 2, 3, Boosters 3, 4. TOM SOKOL, 7510 Newport Dr. DALE SOKOLOWSKI, 8207 Whit- tington Dr., Drafting Club 4. JACQUELINE SOKOLOWSKI, Soko- wes, 6401 Stumph Rd., Boosters 3, 4, Girls Leaders 3, 4, National Thespian Society 3, 4, W.V.F.H. 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, Intramurals 2, 3, Choristers 2. GARY SOLARZ, 8223 Pinegrove Ave., Holy Name High School. ROBERT SOPPELSA, Soppels, 6565 Kingsdale Ave., A,X,C,a9pella Choir 2, 3, Archive Staff 4, fBj ' Strs'2, 3, 4, Pres- ident 2, Vice-Pres,i ntf3, Canteen Com- mittee 2, Treasliir r,5' National Honor Society 4, Natioii, "',"' T hespian Society 3, 4, President 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, W.V.F.H. 2, 3. MARION l. SORGE, 10404 Notabene, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Intra- murals 3. ROSEMARY SOTAK, Rosey, 7918 Deerfield Dr., Boosters 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 4, Office Page 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2. GERALD SPECK, Jerry, 9237 Ackley, Intramurals 3. HERMAN SPECK, Butch, 7650 Miller- wood La., Concert Band 2, 3, Lettermen 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 4, Track 3, 4. TERRY L. Mouse, 10112 Halcyon Dr., 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Symphonic? 2, Cross-country 2, National Hondii :ogiiety 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Tiie surer 4, Tennis 3, 4, Captain 4, Triton Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. RICHARD SPISAK, 10749 Sharon Dr. WALENE STAAB, W allie, 6686 Green- leaf Ave., Boosters 4, Girls Leaders 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Sportheads 3, 4, Officials Club 4. RICHARD STAHURSKI, Rich, 8106 Covington Dr., A.V.A. 2, 3, 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Intramurals 2, 3. ROSEMARY STASEK, Pinky, 6850 Greenleaf Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Office Page 3, Intramurals 3, Office Page 3. GENE STASIAK, 8311 Chesterfield Ave., Football 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. RICHARD STED, Rich, 7203 Oakwood Rd., Boosters 4, Wrestling 3, Intra- murals 2. CHERYL STEFAYNQIKEQT-?6225 Mandalay Dr., A Cappella Ch rj 2, 3, 4, Boosters 4, Cheerleaders 25, National Honor Society 4, Student?-. uncil 3, 4, Y-Teens 3. ' FRANK S. STELLA, Natty Bumpo, 6438 Lawnwood Ave., Boosters 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Tennis 2, Intramurals 2,3, 4. LYNDA STEPANEK, Lyn, 7520 Ivan- dale Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, F.T.A. 4, Girls Leaders 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Office Page 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. RONALD STEPANIK, Ron, 8005 Spring Garden Rd., Boosters 2, 3, '4, F.T.A. 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Symphon- ic Band 2, 3, 4, Olympians Hi-Y 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Intramurals 2, 3, RONALD STETZY, Ron, 9400 Roxbury Rd. JANICE sraolinisggigig 7610 Wain- stead Dr., A Camilla Choir 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4,,Isffamura1s 2, 3, 4. ROBERT J . STROH, Bob, 9411 Fernhill Ave., Cross-country 2, Track 2. EUGENE SULL, Gene, 7933 W. 130 St., A.V.A. 2, 3. DEANNA SWAl,Jjj,EY,!?Dee, 6218 West- minister Dr., Bcios rsE2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Girls Leaders: , National Honor Society 4, Studedfdglduncil 4, Y-Teens 4, Intramurals 4, Of cials Club 4. SHERRY SWERT, Squirt, 10095 N. Church Dr., Boosters 2, 3, Library Page 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. MARGARET SYNK, Marge, 7011 Green- leaf Ave., Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Paperback Book- store 4, Y-Teens 4, Intramurals 4. ROBERT SZABO, Bob, 8610 Bauerdale Ave., Key Club 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. SUSAN SZEKERES, Sue, 7806 Spring Garden Rd., Boosters 4, Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4. CAROL TAGLIAFERRO, Tag, 9636 Snow Rd., Boosters 3, Girls Leaders 2, Office Pages 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JAMES EDWARD TAYLOR, Jim, 7318 Parma Park Blvd., Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Boys Leaders 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Trea- surer 4, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. SANDRA TELEGDY, Sandy, 7511 Arden Ave., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Office Pages 2, 3, 4. BARBARA THOMAS, Barb, 8103 Thorn- ton Dr., Intramurals 3. LORETTA JANE THOMAS, Cannibal, 11017 Meadowbrook Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Office Pages 2, Student Council 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 4. CHERYL THOMPSON, Moochie, 6554 Hamden Rd., A Cappella Choir 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, Girls' Choir 2, 3, Secretary 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JAMES THOMPSON, Jim, 5826 Cal- amie Dr., Football 2, Golf 2, Lettermen 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2. KAREN THOMPSON, 5520 Hauserman Rd., Clinic Aid 2, 3. 4, F.N.C. 2, 3, Girls Leaders 3, Club 2, Na- tional Honor Socie 45, Russian Club 3, 4, Intramurals, 3, 4, Officials Club 4. DANIEL TOBIK, T o'be, 5836 Eldon Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice Pres- ident 3, Presideiitiifi5Q4f,'Qif3Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Nationaliliigior .Society 4, Na- tional Thespian Sbckty 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Student Cdu 2, 3, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, W.V.F. . 2, 3. J UDITH TOETZ, Judy, 11536 Woodview Blvd., Concert Band 2, Liberty Belles 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Sportheads 4, Officials Club 4. DOLORES TORRADO, Dolly, 6170 Westminister Dr., Boosters 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 4, Liberty Belles 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4. LINDA LEE TOTH, Tothie, 6074 West- minister Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leaders 2, Debate 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls Leaders 4, National Forensic League 4, Office Pages 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, President 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 4, Secretary 4, Sportheads 4. GARY JOHN TRAINOR, John, 6867 York Rd., Collinwood High School, Football 2, Intramurals 4. MARILYN TREPKE, 10839 Lawndale Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, Student Council 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. JANET TRYTEK,Q,,1an,.,6501 Ridgewood Lakes Dr., Battlec""'fFStaff 3, 4, Man- aging Editor 3, Ed rjin-Chief 4, Na- tional Honor Societ Spanish Club 4, Secretary 4, Offigials Club 4, Sport- heads 4, Y-Teens 3, Intramurals 2, 4. TERRI TVORIK, 6717 Oakwood Rd., Nazareth Academy, Battlecry Staff 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4. LYNN UF HOLZ, 9934 Independence Blvd., Homestead High School, Wis- consin, Boosters 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Library Page 3, Office Page 3, Paperback Book- store 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. THOMAS C. UMB' ..', Tom: 8211 NSW' port, Key Club ,f1jNational Honor Society 4, Intramural, SHARON L. UMS TT, Shari, 7885 Royal Ridge, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2. DAN URBAN, 8310 Bertha Ave., Bene- dictine High School, Baseball 3, 4, Boys' Interscholastic Bowling 3, 4. RICHARD ANTHONY VACCA, Dick, 10255 Woodview Blvd., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Olympian Hi-Y 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JOANNE VAN, Jo, 9393 Roxbury Rd., Boosters 2, 3, Library Page 2, Y-Teens 2, Intramurals 2, 3. JACK VANDER SCHRIER, 5869 Wool- man Ct., Strongsville High School. PHYLLIS VASILAKIS, Phil, 10225 Moore Dr., Battlecry Staff 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. JOHN PETER VICKERS, 11784 Mea- dowbrook Blvd. MARCIA VISEN, 7763 Ann Arbor Dr., Anvil Staff 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Office Page 2, 3, 4. JANICE M. VOHNOUT, Granny, 6680 Crenshaw Dr., Hoban Dominican High School, Boosters 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Paperback Bookstore 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. ANTOINETTE VOLLICK, Toni, 7821 Dorothy Ave., Boosters 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2. SANDRA WAGNER, Sandy, 7406 Marl- borough Ave., Boosters 2, 3, F.N.A. 3, 4, Girls' Choir 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Intramurals 2, 4. BARBARA WALDER, Barbie, 5831 Eldon Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Office Page 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Intra- murals 2. SHARON WATTS, 6264 Alexandria Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Girls Leaders 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY WEBER, Bev, 7464 Ann Arbor Dr., Boosters 3, 4, Girls' Choir 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, D.E.C.A. 4. ROBERT WEBER,Bob, 7880 Ridge Rd., A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Football 2, 3, Library Page 2, Office Page 2, 3, 4. LINDA WEILERS '." 1812075 Spring Garden Rd., Anvil Staff ,Boosters 3, De- bate 2, 3, F.T.A. ,National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Natipnal Honor Society 4, Office Page 2, 3, Student Council 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Intrarniirals 2, 3, 4. LINDA WERNEIff,'f' 4f0 Chestnut Hills Dr., Anvil Staff 3, rchive Staff 3, 4, Writer 3, Student Li 'Editor 4, Boosters 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Na onal Honor Society 4, Y-Teens 4, Intramurals 2. DANIEL WESTBROOK, Dan, 7714 Whittington Dr. JUDITH WHITE, Judy, 9733 Manorford Dr., Archive Staff 3, A.V.A. 2, Sec- retary 2, Boosters 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Y- Teens 2, 3. ROBERT D. WHITE, Bob, 9539 Park- land Dr., Boosters 4, Library Page 4, Intramurals 3, 4. JACK WILLIAMS, 6513 Alexandria Dr., Union High School, Grand Rapids, Michigan 2, 3. BRENDA WILSON, 64-37 Anita Dr., Boosters 3, 4, Library Page 2, 3, 4. CHARLES M. WILSON, Chuck, 6419 Westminister Dr. JAMES WITKOWSKI, jim, 10311 Halcyon Dr., Cross-country 2, Intra- murals 3, Drafting Club 4. RICHARD WO,ICI' ,"j9160 Newkirk Dr., Latin Club '2, ,,f4, President 4, National Honor Soc ety 3, 4, Russian Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres'i" n't 3, 4. DONNA WOLF, 10910 Aaron Dr., Boosters 3, 4, Library Page 2, 3, 4. sus Worr, 7702" ""' 'glgfield Rd., Anvil Staff 4, Boosters .fNational Honor Society 4, Nation Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, Student Co ncil 4, Y-Teens 4. BETTY WOLFF, 9427 Elsmere Dr., F.B.L.A. 3, Officeflfage Y-Teens 4. GEOFFREY woz EY Wag, 5984 Twin Lakes Dr Nat nal Honor Society 4, Intramurals 4, B sters 4. ROBERT WROBBEL, Barney, 9800 Boundary La., Intramurals 3. JOSEPH WYDRA, Joey, 8675 Royal Ridge Dr., Cross-country 2, 3, 4, Let- termen 3, Intramurals 4, Track 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL YURCHESHEN, Mike, 6861 '191 5 fdfffifiiifz gym wmsu Il 'X Commonwealth jgjBaseball- 2, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Boost, Football 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4, Nation '+I-llonor Society 3, 4, President 4, Student Council 2, 3. NANCEE ZACCARO, 6870 York Rd., Independence High School, Battlecry Staff 3, Boosters 2, 3, Library Page 2, 3, Paperback Bookstore 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JUDY ZAJAC, Zaj, 8010 Sierra Ovali Football Queen Attendant 4, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, Intramurals 2, 3. NICK ZAMMARELL1, Bud, 6412 Stumph Rd. NATHAN ZAREMBA, Nate, 6575 York Rd., Boosters 2, Intramurals 2, Drafting Club 4. 192 GENE ZAYAC, Virginia Ave., Baseball 2, 3, 4, Qlf ketball 2, Boosters 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glerij fiib 2, Boys Leaders 4, Cross-country 25 54, Key Club 3, 4, President 4, Secreta y 3, Lettermen 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Olympian Hi-Y 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. 4. JEAN ZEHNDER, Jeanne, 7602 N. Linden Lane, Debate 2, 3, F.N.C. 2, Girls Leaders 4, Latin Club 2, National Forensic League 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, Intra- murals 2, 3. AL ZIMMERMAN, Howie, 11299 Deb- orah Dr., IntramugjQlQ'Qtg3, 4. SUSAN ZIZKAQ-T5 Parma Park Blvd., A Cappelliggb zhgiir 4, Boosters 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls?-' 5'Cfhoir 3, Marching Band 3. 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Office Page 2, Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Ars Medica 4. TONY ZUBKO, 9234 Berkshire, Track 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JUDY ZULAUF, Zoots, 10420 Nota- bene Dr., Boosters 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres- ident 3, President 4, Canteen Committee 3, 4, Secretary 3, Clinic Aid 2, F .T.A. 3, 4, Office Page 3, Student Council 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 4, Intramurals 2, 4. FRANK ZUPAN, Z oop, 12981 Huffman Rd., Boosters 2, 3, 4. ACTIVITIES INDEX A Cappella Choir . . . . . 76 Anvil Staff ...... . . . . . 93 Archive Staff ......... . . . 94 Audio Visual Aid Crew . . . . . . . 100 Baseball Team ...... . . . 41 Basketball Team . . . . . . 36 Battlecry Staff . . . . . . 92 Bowling Team . . . . . . 39 Boys Boosters . . . . . 88 Boys' Chorus .... . . . 79 Boys' Glee Club . . . . . . 78 Boys Intramurals . . . . . . 43 Boys Leaders .... . . . 47 Boys' State ....... .... 1 09 Canteen Committee . . . . . 90 Cheerleaders ...... . . . 52 Clinic Aides ....... . . . 99 Concert Band ....... . . . 71 Cross-Country Team . . . . . . 34 Dance Band ................... 71 Debate Team .................. 96 Distributive Education Clubs of America Football Team ................. 32 Future Business Leaders of America . . . Future Nurses Club ........ . . . 85 Future Teachers of America ...... 84 Girls Boosters ............. . . . 89 Girls, Choir ......... .... . . . 76 Girls' Chorus ....... . . . . 79 Girls' Glee Club ........... . . . 78 Girls Intramural Sportheads ....... 50 Girls Leaders ...... Girls Officials' Club . . . Girls' State ............... Golf Team ................ funior Varsity Basketball Team funior Varsity Football Team . . funior Varsity Wrestling Team Key Club .................. Latin Club ......... 1,ettermen's Club . . . Liberty Belles .... Library Pages . . . Madrigal Club .... Marching Band . . . . . . Math Club ............. National Forensic League . . . National Honor Society .... National Thespian Society . . . Office Pages ........... Olympian Hi-Y Club .... Orchestra ......... Paperback Bookstore . . Spanish Club ........... Stagecraft Crew .......... Student Assembly Committee . Student Council .......... Symphonic Band ........ Tennis Team ..... Track Team ........ Triton Hi-Y Club .... Wrestling Team . . . WVFH ....... Y-Teens . . . 4 1964 ARCHIVE STAFF William Niro . . . Jeanne Nesbit. . . Marcia Jones .... Judith Lessing . . . Allen Musheno . . Carol Cooper . Linda Werner . Janet With ..... Susan Schwartz . . Dianne Strmiska . Susan Meeth . . . Judith Erikson . . . Barbara Dienes . SueAnn Pecora . . Kathleen Slach . . Judith Kruggel . . . Carolyn Ambrozy . . . Del Schumacher . . Carol Kuhn ..... Judith Demski . . . David Lowdermilk John Hunter ..... Paulette Fenda . . Cynthia Grahl . . . Carol Greenberg . Gary Gumz ..... Bonnie Hoffman . Frances Lippmann Judith Offtermatt . . . Robert Soppelsa . Judith Uhinck . . . Sandra Ammiller . . . . . Editor-in-chief . . . . . Literary Editor . ......... Faculty Editor . ............... Assistant . . . . Boys' Athletics Editor . . . . Girls' Athletics Editor Student Life Editor ............Assistant . .... Activities Editor . ............ Assistant . . . . Underclass Editor . .......... Assistant . . . . . Senior Editor .. . . . . . .Assistant . . . . Typing Editor .........Typist ...........Typist . . . . Layout Editor . . . . . . Assistant . .. . . ..ArtEditor . . . . Photographer . . . . Photographer .......Writer . . . . . Writer . . . . . Writer . . . . . Writer . . . . . Writer . . . . . Writer . . . . . Writer ..........Writer . ...... ......Wr1ter . . . . . Business Manager Virginia Hughes ....... .......... A ssistant Jean Santner .......... ............ A ssistant Mrs. Katherine Szmagala . . ..... Business Adviser Miss Lillian Korba . . . . . . . . . Faculty Adviser Bill Niro checks a page before it is sent to the printer. 1 Perhaps the best comparison to the publishing of a yearbook would be the growth of a river. A river is usually formed from one source, and then it flows to some large body of water, growing as it progresses. So, too, is a yearbook started by just one source - the selection of a theme to coordinate all the different sections of the book. Once the theme is selected, the book commences on its long journey to you, the students who purchased the yearbook. As the river moves along, it continuously grows as a result of the many tributaries that flow into it. The year- book grows in the same manner, with all the section editors adding their own ideas to the book. Their ideas are then considered, and the best ones are selected to be incorporated into the finished product. Once the skeleton of the book has been formed - the best ideas have been selected - section editors schedule pictures for their in- dividual sections, photographers take the pictures, and writers compose copy. All these steps are repeated many times during the yearg and when the book is finally completed, the staff anxiously waits for the first copies of the finished yearbook to arrive at the school. Then, and only then, can the staff really relax and admire its work. Although the staff does all the work, there are people who make the workprogress more smoothly. The Archive extends its deepest appreciation to Mr. David M. Smith for his assistance and his understanding of the staff' s problemsg Mr. Bernard Specht, the stage crew, and the custodians for their help.with the picture-taking in the auditoriumg and all the teachers who either excused students from classes for pictures or were otherwise affected by the work of the-Archive. As editor, I would like to thank the editorial and writing staff for their many hours spent meeting deadlinesg Mrs. Katherine Szmagala and the business staff for their bookwork this yearg and Miss Lil- lian Korba for her advice, patience, guidance, and wit in her position as faculty adviser. To me, being editor of the Archive has been a wonderful experience that will become a fond memory. I know I will never forget the summer meetings when the staff planned the entire yearbookg the bleak, wintery evenings when we stayed late to meet a deadlineg or the satisfaction of seeing the 1964- Archive become a reality. These memories and more will become part of a cherished yesterday - something by which to recall the "good old days." That is the primary purpose of a yearbook. It serves as a memory book - something by which to remember the past. 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