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

 - Class of 1965

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E it jf, ez 15 f fx wp, 'Q 1' X -W. fi N 'K X Mwfjw--, .,,,,..., ,Q nn an nnnnn 5 ng V as n we 2 n S 2 E ' S 5 E N af 'H n i SQ 1 1 2 """"W 3 5 A Q I Q M a 2 ii A Z i li 5 n n 3 sg si! ' Q W 2 2 f? E Q ? FJFQL 1 sq ,ff fm " "ff A K Q1 , ir ,fA!' 2 ff'-Wf',Lf' i if ,ffw ffff 5 vllf! 1" LM' mwwmww, ig Wm This year's foreign exchange stu7 dent shows her classmates where her home is. Classroom Doors That's what happens when you mate an albino female with a sepia malef' Open to Learning a...,s...,d...,f... 9 4 ln +- ff' 5 "They sure build strong' muscles." 'KYou mean I don't have to do that lousy outline?" Daily Activities Open the Door to Fun "I'11 never have enough arms for these expresso edib1es." 4 W h ,I 1 J I 1 : 'i Y 5 Q , a 4 i i K 1 5 1 5- 9 . J? NOREEN ABOOKIRE5 Booster 2,3,45 Concert Band 35 Girls' Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee Club 2, presidentg Intramurals 2,3,45 Library Pages 25 Marching Band 35 National Thespian Society 2,3,4, vice-president 45 Student Council 2,45 Harp Ensemble 2,3. LYNDA ABRAHAM. PATRICIA ALGER5 Boosters 45 Future Nurses Club 45 Intramurals 35 Office Pages 4. SANDRA AMMILLER5 Archive Staff 2,3,4, business manager 3,45 Battlecry Staff 35 Boosters 2,3 ,45 Fu- ture Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 National Thespian Society 3, 45 Office Pages 45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Student Council 2,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,45 Xanthian Y- Teens 2,3. ANNETTE AMSDEN5 Boosters 35 Youth Traffic Council 4. ROBERT ANDERSON5 Marching Band 2,3,45 Sym- phonic Band 2,3,45 Chemistry Club 3. O fic f Elie Patriots of 1965. 1 fa 39 KATHRYN ANDREWSg Anvil Staff 3,45 Battlecry Staff 35 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 2,3,45 Paperback Bookstore 35 Spanish Club 35 Xanthian Y-Teens 2. CAREN ANDRYSCO5 Boosters 3,45 Office Pages 2. THOMAS ANGE. SHERRY ANIS. DONNA ANTONELLI5 Class Officers 2,4, president 2, vice-president 45 Football Queen 45 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, treasurer 25 American Field Service 4, chairman 45 Canteen Committee 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,4, social chairman 45 Student Coun- cil 2,3,45 WVFH 2,3,4, assistant head 4. CAROL ARMBRUSTER5 Parma Senior 25 Boosters 45 Future Teachers of America 35 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 35 Orchestra 3,45 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. THOMAS ARNOLD5 Baseball 3,45 Boosters 45 Boys' Leaders 3. JOSEPH ARTINO. IRENE ASHWORTH5 Boosters 3,45 Intramurals 2,35 National Honor Society 45 Junior Achievement 3. ROBERT ATTWELL5 Midpark 25 Saxon Hi-Y 4. SCOTT AUGUST5 Boosters 3,45 Intramurals 2' Paperback Bookstore 2,3,4. CAROL AXON5 A Cappella Choir 253,45 Anvil Staff 2,3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Latin Club 2,35 Math Club 2,3,4, treasurer 3,45 National Honor Society 3,4. 1 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Vic DiAngelo, Donna Anton- elli, Debby Caves, and Donna Costanzo. ELAINE BACHMAN5 Anvil Staff 3,45 Archive Staff 45 Boosters 2,45 Council on Human Relations 35 Future Teachers of America 45 Junior Red Cross 25 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 45 Paper- back Bookstore 35 Spanish Club 3,45 Xanthian Y- Teens 25 Biology Club 45 Note-hand Club 4. BONNIE BACIK5 Boosters 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 Library Pages 2,4. RICHARD BADEMAN5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 American Field Service 45 Basketball 25 Boosters 2,3,45 Canteen Committee 25 Football 25 Golf 2,3545 Lettermen 45 Student Council 2,3,45 Triton Hi-Y 45 Notehand Club 4, president. GEORGE BADZIONG5 Track 2. KATHLEEN BAIRD5 Anvil Staff 2,35 Boosters 25 Council on Human Relations 45 Future Teachers of America 35 Girls' Glee Club 35 Latin Club 2,35 National Honor Society 4. ROBERT BAISCH5 Intramurals 3,4. 2435, 'igvbjmll is :EFL 59,3 lN"?'f -fi? TQfh,f.f7 if-.5 i,'Wf'jv 5,'i!s'f if?iitQi-iiis22i!5Ef?:EEfQIi,132,2Qff5.299.155 -. .rr ' 'lI2Tiff,f55f55.5Vfi .- I . wi . -.y.ff1f1f'1s i'.l.1w2?5ff'.s 'Sz ifff?-ml' -ww:-U 1 1 ',f"xff.1,sf:5?i A' v si Ya as Q L? 4 Us s Wm 5 sg, isy ,L . I EVELYN BALAS5 Boosters 25 Intramurals 25 Junior Red Cross 2. MARGARET BANYASZ5 Boosters 2,3545 Future Teachers of America 45 Girls Glee Club 2,3,45 Intra- murals 3,45 Latin Club 2,3. J ANICE BARATTA5 Anvil Staff 2,3,45 Future Teach- ers of America 3,45 Girls Chorus 25 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 2,3,45 Notehand Club 4. JOHN BARBAROTTA5 Football 2,4. CLIFFORD BARBOUR5 Not Pictured. BONNIE BARNARD5 Boosters 25 Girls Leaders 45 Intramurals 2,3,4, DIANE BARTENS5 Future Business Leaders of America 35 Intramurals 25 Junior Red Cross 25 Of- fice Pages 2,35 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,35 Junior Achievement 3. RICHARD BARTKUS5 Intramurals 2,4. CATHY BASEN5 Anvil Staff 45 Boosters 45 Intra- murals 25 Marching' Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Student Council 25 Symphonic Band 253,45 Xanth- ian Y-Teens 2. PATRICIA BASISTA5 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls Leaders 3,45 vice-president 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Sport- head 45 National Honor Society 45 Student Council 2,3,4, secretary 45 Notehand Club 4. BERNARD BAUHOF. JUDITH BEATTIE5 Boosters 2,35 Future Business Leaders of America 35 Marching' Band 2,3,4g Or- chestra 2,3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,45 Harp Ensem- ble 354. SANDRA BEHRINGER5 Boosters 2,35 Girls Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 253,45 Sporthead 3. ALAN BELGRAVE3 Intramurals 2. JANET BENIKQ Boosters 4g Intramurals 4. ROBERT BENJAMIN 5 Rocky River 25 Lakewood 3. GREGORY BENNETT. KEITH BENNETT. WAYNE BENSON. Our Liberty Belles Twirl for Honors new .5545 ELLEN BERGERQ Intramurals 25 National Honor Society 4g Spanish Club 3. MARCIA BERTONASCHL Boosters 2,3,4g Girls ' Choir 2,45 Intramurals 3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4g Sport- head 4. ANNELL BEUTELQ Future Teachers of America. 3,45 Intramurals 35 National Honor Society 4g Paper- back Bookstore 23 Spanish Club 3,4. ANGELO BEVILACQUA. KATHRYN BEVILACQUA. BARBARA BIBROg Not Pictured. LINDA BINDER4 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Boosters 2,35 Intramurals 2,3g National Honor Society 3,4g Office Pages 2,45 Student Council 2,3,4g Xanthian Y-Teens 3. JOYCE BITTEL. JEFFREY BLACK5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boosters 2,45 Intramurals 253,45 Marching' Band 2,3,45 Sym- phonic Band 2,3,45 Centurian Hi-Y 45 Track 254. GARY BLETSH5 Boosters 45 Intramurals 25 Cen- turian Hi-Y 4. BRUCE BOADWAY5 Not Pictured. DONALD BOGUS5 Boosters 2,35 Cross Country 45 Intramurals 2,35 Key Club 4. DAVID BOHMER5 Battlecry Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,45 Buckeye Boys' State 35 Canteen Committee 45 Debate Team 45 Lettermen 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Student Council 35 Tennis 2,3,45 Triton Hi-Y 3,4. DAVID BOIANI5 Basketball 25 Baseball 25 Boosters 2,3,45 Boys Leaders 2,3,45 Canteen Committee 25 Football 2,3,45 Lettermen 2,3,45 Student Council 253. Seniors Excel in Scholarship, Service SUSAN BOLEN5 Anvil Staff 25 Boosters 25 Intra- murals 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 3. PAMELA BOROS5 Boosters 35 Future Business Leaders of America 3. WILLIAM BOURQUIN5 Basketball 2,3,45 Boosters 3,45 Boys Leaders 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Lettermen 45 Olympian Hi-Y 3,4. SUZANNE BOVENZI5 Battlecry Staff 25 Boosters 253,45 Future Nurses Club 25 Girls' Chorus 25 Girls' Glee Club 3,45 Intramurals 35 Office Pages 2,45 Stu- dent Council 4. ROBERT BOWEN5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Boys' Glee Club 2,35 Intramurals 2,3,4, CAROL BOWKER5 A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 2,3, 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Girls' Choir 2,35 Girls' Leaders 3,4, secretary 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,4. ROBERT BOYDAg Boosters 2g Intramurals 3,4g Marching Band 2,3,4g National Honor Society 45 Symphonic Band 2,3,4g Dance Band 2,3,4. KAREN BRANDESg A Cappella Choir 4g Girls' Choir 2,3. GEORGE BRANSTg A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Intra- murals 4g Key Club 4g Math Club 2,3,4g National Honor Society 4g WVFH 35 Chemistry Club 35 Mad- rigal Club 2,3,4. CLAUDIA BRAZET. RONALD BREDAQ Biology Assistant 3,4. J UDITH BREYLEY. Sportsmanship and Leadership. SUSAN BRIGHTQ A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g American Field Service 4g Boosters 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4g Student Council 2,35 Xanthian Y- Teens 4. RAYMOND BROGGINIQ A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4g Natu- ral Science Club 4. DAVID BROWNQ Baseball 25 Golf 45 Intramurals 2,3,4. GERALD BROWN: Not Pictured. DIANE BROWNFIELD. GLENN BROZQ Ars Medica 35 Boosters 2g Intra- murals 2,3g National Honor Society 45 Russian Club 23 Natural Science Club 4. NORMA BRUEGGERQ Intramurals 2. BETH BUBULI5 Anvil Staff 45 Intramurals 35 Latin Club 2,3,45 Office Pages 25 Orchestra 2,3,45 Russian Club 4. GEORGE BUCHHOLZ5 Boosters 45 Football 2,35 In- tramurals 2,3,45 Key Club 45 Lettermen 3,45 Nation- al Honor Society 45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Centurian Hi-Y 45 Track 2. BONNIE BUDAK5 Boosters 35 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Girls Glee Club 25 Paperback Bookstore 4. ROBERT BUKER5 Battlecry Staff 3,4, Business Ed- itor 3, Editor 45 Boosters 45 Intramurals 25 Key Club 45 National Thespian Society 2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Tennis Team 2,35 Triton Hi-Y 3,4. ALEXANDER BUKHAIR5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Archive Staff 4, Writer5 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Key Club 45 Russian Club 25 Madrigal Club 2,3. SHARON BURKE5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Cheerleaders 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,45 Girls Lead- ers 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Xan- thian Y-Teens 45 Madrigals 2,3,4. School Spirit Runs High Among Seniors was . -swans, meseE:fs'9s.lt-.ww -9' a-mga1ls.mm-m- - .ml-. swmgm .Q- ?Hs.a?Za5?a-T " , fs: .. -f . .lf'.ST':-'xiifkzf f .. 5112- 4152-222-fifi-z..-1 ,I 431- A 2 K it -Y ' sr 5 ,,,,,., .45 , ,. K ' X . ..5- - int. isle tem I W' J ACQUELINE BURRELL. DALE BUTTERFIELD5 Boosters 45 Football 25 Intra- murals 2. DAVID BUY5 Not Pictured. WILLIAM BUZEK5 Automotive Club 4. THOMAS CAHAL5 Baseball 2,45 Boosters 45 Boys Interscholastic Bowling 25 Boys Leaders 45 Football 3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Lettermens Club 3,4, Vice- president 45 Olympian Hi-Y 45 Wrestling 2,3,4. CYNTHIA CALIO. MARGARET CALLAHAN5 Saint Augustine Acad- emy 2,35 Anvil Staff 45 Spanish Club 4. NATHALIE CARLIER5 Lycee Royal Marguerite Ber- voets, Mons, Belgiumg A Cappella Choir 45 American Field Service 45 Chess Club 45 Council on Human Relations 4. CHARLES CARON5 Anvil Staff 45 Battlecry Staff 2,35 Boys' Glee Club 45 Concert Band 25 Council on Human Relations 2,3,45 Debate Team 2,35 National Forensic League 2,35 Orchestra 2,3. RONALD CARON5 South High School 25 Wrestling 35 Saxon Hi-Y 4. PAGE CAUFIELD5 Intramurals 2,3,45 Olympian Hi- Y 45 Wrestling 2,3,4. DEBORAH CAVES5 Senior Class Secretaryg Boost- ers 45 Canteen Committee 2,35 Intramurals 2,3,45 Student Council 2,4. LINDA CAVES5 Boosters 2,3,45 Canteen Committee 2,45 Intramurals 2,3,4. vs-ww . 5,5514 i . wx if 5:1 ,E ,. ifzeiwl 'if !5Qf'.75L . -. 2 MV' if .35 Wg, ,dx -K .., 1 Q5 55 it' ind. J 24523511 Ei-I ,V . it z :Wa .-Y . .,.,xs... . me f' - l.5ffv..E3yig5,',jf.' ' -estfy . fliff, , sailing H ,x 1 . ?,ui,.E',uf' , Q 'nl I QM iv , ,s ,L 5 " :has . r-, N me A I-W r x yipgl- f i5'ef'5.5' xii'-5 1 sissy, 4" f I g5g,'gg555gj1i,,,5.,,,,,...,,,l,., . .- ,W az, fi' f f., ,- . gi., ' 5 ki!! 52,':ff5IE his ii 5 :S i 5 5,t5 A 5 5 ,. ,,5,1.,.-fi. My te,-: H . . . .. I . . '5.1!fzw'f'1wks-xwz,'fi 'if' .ss zfi"V 55wii55Eei5,32!I,pf:.e,,,f, . . r'?f:fpf'e Seniors at Student Coun- cil rally support Don Haberkost for President. DONNA CEBOLL5 Boosters 35 Library Pages 2. CATHERINE CHAFFIN5 A Cappella Choir 45 Battle. cry Staff 2,35 Boosters 2,3,4, 2nd vice-president 3, president 45 Canteen Committee 2,3,4, treasurer 35 Girls' Choir 3, secretaryg Girls' Chorus 2, presidentg Girls' Leaders 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Library Pages 25 Marching Band 2,3,4, vice-president 3,45 Paper- back Bookstore 25 Student Council 2,3, at-large 35 Symphonic Band 2,3,4, vice-president 3,4. MARY LOU CHAPPELL5 Girls' Choir 2,3,4. JAMES CHARVAT5 Baseball 25 Boosters 2,45 Cross- Country 2,3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Lettermen 3,45 Olympian Hi-Y 4, treasurer5 Wrestling 2,3,45 Track 4. FRANK CHESNIK5 Boosters 25 Intramurals 2,35 Saxon Hi-Y 4. JOSEPH CHIARA5 Boys' Glee Club 25 Intramurals 2. ROBERT CHMIELARSKI5 Not Pictured. ggi?I525525sfnq,,.f5,gfg8.3g5gQ5ig,,n M.,Jig5a.55-e,,,f.,3,,g,-xgiixrfgzalg, Lusmlh' Hip, , Rfk wi -IF 7 'til it ' fs' - it 545. . - 35 fill? I 5' .-9.1.13-i ' A B .. 5Ei'if5Eggf1.Q5f1'xii'-1" '5 'I. 2wflIf .f" qw 5. '- 1- ff-.5154 fr .xl 'T if im! its ,ef if . ...., ,... -f--izlfmg gi 5 .erase-J-5 I .5 2 5 m fn We ig' Tv :WP ' If' HW" fa I 9 'lim Q21 rs ff Z 2 wa lf,.E'f 2,1 ,fr -W z' V . f -'E77' ' THERESA CHMIELEWSKI5 Boosters 2,35 Intramur- als 35 Junior Red Cross-25 Library Pages 2. BARBARA CHRISTMAN5 Anvil Staff 2,3,45 Boosters 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Latin Club 2,3,4, secretary 45 Library Pages 2,3,45 Sporthead 3,4. DOUGLAS CHRISTMAN5 A Cappella Choir 3,45 Boys' Glee Club 25 National Honor Society 4. DAVID CHUHA5 Boys' Leaders 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,35 Saxon Hi-Y 4, president. PATRICIA CIGARY5 Boosters 45 Distributive Educa- tion Club 45 Future Business Leaders of America 3,45 Intramurals 2,35 Library Pages 25 Office Pages 45 Paperback Bookstore 4. ROSEMARY CILLUFFO5 Boosters 2,3545 Future Teachers of America 45 Intramurals 35 National Honor Society 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 2. ELAINE CIRA5 Intramurals 35 National Honor So- ciety 45 Orchestra 2,3,4. LON CLARK5 Distributive Education Club 4, presi- dent. ROSALIE CLAYWELL. DIANE CLEARY. GEORGE CLOS5 Baseball 25 Boosters 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Lab Assistant 3,4. DAVID COCHRAN5 Audio Visual Aid Crew 3,4, head technician 45 Triton Hi-Y 3,45 Lab Assistant 4. JAMES COLLINS. SHARON COLLINS5 A Cappella Choir 2,35 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls' Choir 25 Girls' Leaders 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Student Council 3. M L , 'wi 5 'lggf'-3' GEORGIA CONNACHER5 Boosters 25 Distributive Education Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Bio- logy Lab Assistant 2. LYNNE CONTOFALSKY5 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramur- als 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 25 National Honor So- ciety 45 Orchestra 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 3. H. MARTIN COOL5 Boosters 45 Marching Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 3,4. CAROL COOPER5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 American Field Service 3,45 Archive Staff 2,3,45 Assistant Activities Editor 2, Girls Sports Editor 3, Literary Editor 45 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Teachers of Amer- ica 3,45 Girls Leaders 3,4, treasurer 45 Intramurals 2,45 National Honor Society 3,4, program chairman 45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Student Council 2,3,4. DANIEL CORLEY5 Boosters 2,35 Golf 2,3,45 Letter- men 2,3,45 Olympian Hi-Y 3,45 Student Council 25 Wrestling 2,3,4. PAUL CORRAO5 Not Pictured. SHIELA CORRIGAN5 Not Pictured. DONNA COSTANZO5 Senior Class Treasurer5 A Cap- pella Choir 2,3,45 Battlecry Staff 25 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Office Page 2,45 Paperback Book- store 4. Patriots light the way to winning the LEL crown. LAUREEN COUREY5 Battlecry Staff 35 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls Chorus 25 Girls Glee Club 35 Office Pages 2,3,4. KAREN COURTIS5 Library Pages 3. JEANNE COWLEY5 Boosters 2,3,45 Clinic Aides 45 Council on Human Relations 3,45 Future Nurses Club 2,3,45 Girls Chorus 25 Junior Red Cross 2,45 Latin Club 25 Library Pages 25 National Thespian Society 3,45 Youth Traffic Council 3,45 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3. SUANNE CRAWFORD5 Boosters 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 45 Youth Traffic Council 3,4. TERRY CRAWFORD5 A Cappella Choir 3,45 Boosters 25 Boys Glee Club 2,35 Football 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Thespian Society 45 Madrigal Club 3,45 Stage Crew 4. ALBERT DACRE5 A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 45 Boys Glee Club 3,45 Future Teachers of America 45 Triton Hi-Y 4. V. . 1 " 5 F I I' ,- '5' " f:,i35l5-?'3g2S?g31'51 M - .2 f ' -5 K . . . A PM 5 5 i ' ff 1-52 JOSEPH DAGATAQ Boosters 2,35 Football 2,3,4. PENNY DAHL. PAMELA DALEYg Boosters 2,45 Intramurals 2,4g Xanthian Y-Teens 4. JANET DAVENPORTg Distributive Education Club of America 4g Intramurals 23 Paperback Bookstore 2. ALLAN DAVIDSON: A Cappella Choir 3,45 Boys Glee Club 2. DOUGLAS DAVIDSON: Not Pictured. MARY DEBOEQ Finney 2,3. .sw 1 w . 'F "Q . if3gfEg25?'t - 1 - yxggk, ig, f.3.?Vfz55-,g..,: . 1 1Y'5?55QQifll zzifig-5gs,iA's I . gititgizgil. imggusfgs. wxgig .X ' Y :fm-Ld gssglffiffg, 161 g f 1 XE ifgiaizifi , . f i s..4.-w.2if-- -. . ' it U iff3if?iF?M?, Fggffqfexi it I i , ,5'5'-f4g'g2i23sais5sg ..,.....,. ,....-. .. .:ii15'i??Ks5iS352f8" .:.fs.fs-s1fss- .F H.. ww- lmwkw . 5 lsxfxx-tix " -1' we yt. . B. ' I The Senior Class Sets the Traditions igfitfftiaw - E5 K , .W sys has 'ww ww M at -Ist., is 'Sim 5533. , . , 1.31: Ziv is time S Fw- ' . A 1555552 E55 5 Q , 2255-' 1' f'-:.i- ' 1215251 R5 . . sb a.. .2 .. . . ly,f,231 ':..f fx-wQ1 wg?5x: Us :ez .- 59? i s - is-L, geiggj . . L- - 2 ,si - A A fgimsiw -. , A , .. , . . . " 4. mz.Q:Ff5-g?:'E-Q - . '- .2-..:-2.13. W 2 ks: fists X KAREN DELANCEY. ' MARILYN DEMETERQ A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Boosters 23 Future Teachers of America. 3,45 Latin Club 2,3,4g Math Club 2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4g Student Council 2,4. THOMAS DEDRICK. JILL DEHN. THERESA DELIA. WILLIAM DEMETER. WALTER DEMIANQ Not Pictured. li is 5 1 rw-ss - 5 335155 fi. . I A Xi' ' . 2 1 , ' - 5 for All Patriots to Follow ERIC DOD5 Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,3,45 Intramur- als 25 Radio Electronics Experiment Club 2,3,4. CLAUDIA DOERING5 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Girls Choir 3,45 Girls Glee Club 25 Intramurals 2,35 WVFH 2. MARGARET DOMBROWSKI5 St. Stephen 2,35 Boost- ers 45 Future Business Leaders of America 4. ANTHONY DOSKOCIL5 Baseball 25 Booster 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Saxon Hi-Y 45 Student Council 25 Wrestling Team 2,3. HERBERT DREGALLA5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Basketball 25 Boosters 45 Marching Band 2,3,4, president 4, Drum Major 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Student Council 25 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. CAROL DUCHON5 Boosters 25 Future Business Leaders of America 3,45 Intramurals 25 National Honor Society 4. DAVID DEMKO. VICTOR DIANGELO5 Class Officer 3,4, president5 Boosters 2,45 Boys Leaders 45 Buckeye Boys State 35 Football 2,3,45 Student Council 2,35 Triton Hi-Y 4. GAETANA DIBENEDETTO. LINDA DIEBALL5 Clinic Aide 45 Future Nurses Club 3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. CHERYL DIETZ5 Boosters 3,45 Intramurals 2,35 Spanish Club 35 Xanthian Y-Teens 3,4. KAREN DIETZ5 A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 25 Buckeye Girls State 35 Future Teachers of America 35 Girls Choir 2,35 Intramurals 2,35 National Honor Society 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 2. ig 55? is iw w ifif'-if ,ef n A sl ad -2353 5 ii frame is was I 21'-::":: '..I5':E'r1:.": :, H N I'5i:h'iE"1EE:,5I'h'5E154 'S tM fi235i -1-5 rims 55223 gl 5- 3 4,135 S K 1 5'-' GAYLE DUPLAGA5 Boosters 2,35 Intramurals 2,3,45 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3. JOHN DURDA5 Boys' Interscholastic Bowling Team 2. DIANNE DVORAK5 Boosters 25 Distributive Educa- tion Club of America 45 Office Pages 3,45 Youth Traf- fic Council 3,4, chairman 3. JAMES DWORZNIK5 Boosters 2,3,45 Concert Band 25 Drafting Club 25 Library Pages 2,3. ROBERT DZIEDZICKI5 Marching Band 2,3,45 Orc- hestra 3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,45 VF Dance Band 2,3,4. JACQUELINE EARLEY5 Not Pictured. JOHN EARLEY5 Not Pictured. CHARLES EARLY5 Intramurals 2,3,45 Track 354. Models are Sandy Behringer and Pat Supik. LAWRENCE EBY5 Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,3,45 Baseball 25 Basketball 25 Boosters 3,45 Boys' Inter- scholastic Bowling 2,3,45 Boys Leaders 45 Future Business Leaders of America 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 Key Club 35 Lettermen 3,45 Olympian Hi-Y 45 Span- ish Club 35 WVFH 3,4. CAROL EDWARDS. GARY EINHEIT5 Not Pictured TIMOTHY EIZEMBER5 Booster 2,35 Intramurals 2,3,4. GARY EMFIELD5 Intramurals 2. MAUREEN EMMONS5 Future Nurses Club 25 Girls' Choir 2,3545 Intramurals 2,35 Student Council 4. JESSE EPSTEIN5 Anvil Staff 2,3,45 Battlecry Staff 2,35 Council on Human Relations 2,3,45 Library Pages 25 Marching Band 2,35 National Honor Soci- ety 3,45 Orchestra 25 Paperback Bookstore 3,45 Sym- phonic Band 2,35 Tennis 2. JUDITH ERIKSON5 A Cappella Choir 45 Archive Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Teachers of Amer- ica 35 Girls Choir 2,35 Girls Leaders 3,45 Intramur- als 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Student Coun- cil 3. DIANE EVANCHO5 Girls Choir 3,45 Girls Glee Club 2. RUSSELL FACKLER5 Basketball 25 Boosters 2,3,45 Boys Glee Club 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Track 3. CHERYL FALKENSTEIN5 Boosters 2,3,4g Library Pages 2,35 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. SUZANNE FAVA5 Boosters 45 Office Pages 2,35 Spanish Club 35 Youth Traffic Council 4. GREGORY FENDA5 Baseball 2,3,45 Boosters 45 Foot- ball 35 Intramurals 45 Wrestling 25 Saxon Hi-Y 4. Seniors Prepare for College or Business PATRICIA FENDA5 Football Queen Attendant 45 Boosters 2,35 Cheerleaders 2,45 Girls Choir 3,4, vice-president 3, president 45 Girls Glee Club 25 Girls Leaders 45 Intramurals 25 Student Council 2,3,4. JOHN FERGUSON5 Intramurals 2. CHRISTINE FERNELIUS5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, secretary 2,35 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Math Club 2,3, secretary 35 National Honor Society 45 National Thespian Society 4, Student Council 4. DALE FIEGLAND5 Boys Leaders 3,4, NANCY FINN5 Boosters 45 Future Nurses Club 45 Intramurals 25 National Honor Society 45 Student Council 3. MARTIN FISHER. LESLIE F'IXg Clinic Aides 45 Future Nurses Club 2,3,4g Girls Choir 4, Girls Chorus 2g Girls Glee Club 3, Office Pages 2,3,4, JAMES FLASH, Boys Boosters 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4. L. EDWIN FOLSOM, Ars Medica 3 4, Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,33 Boosters 2,3,4, secretary 4g Debate Team 2g Intramurals 3g Key Club 3,4g National For ensic League 2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4 president 4g National Thespian Society 2,3,4, treas urer 33 Symphonic Band 25 Tennis 2,3,4g Triton Hi-Y 3,4, chaplain 3, president 4g WVFH 2,3,4, Head Announcer 3. GEORGE FOSTERQ A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, Battle cry Staff 4, Boosters 3,4g Future Teachers of Amer ica 3,4, vice-president 3, president 43 Key Club 3,4 secretary 4, National Thespian Society 4g Madrigal Club 2,3,4g Stage Crew 3,4. DONNA FRANKLINg Boosters 2 3' Girls Glee Club 2,3g Intramurals 3. GAIL FRIMELg Boosters 2,3g Intramurals 2 3. me W Qs-rf' it S495 ,E ,gel ?EiS5iiX1z1s1gfs 1fzf?1lwf1'ci'1 iii 1if.g:z:f:fiS?:f igg,gs5,g,3gi,g5-f - , ,wpI.7-,fra-1..gg,:,gW5g .-1, . ' 1"-'.-'fi we 'iflff K ,.,- . -. ',.. , .f , 'fs' , ' fyifiai gfw' 5 7,:,i,.,i..,, 5 , :iss ste-sw' 32125-fifria - .ge 22gft?zefi mefsx .si RONALD FRITSCHQ Boosters 2,3,4g Football 25 In- tramurals 2,3,4g Wrestling 25 Centurian Hi-Y 4. SANDRA FRITSCHQ Battlecry Staff 3,4g Boosters 2,3,4g Girls Chorus 2,3g Intramurals 2,3g Latin Club 3g Paperback Bookstore 25 Student Council 2,3. KENNETH FRITZQ Boosters 3,45 Boys Glee Club 25 Intramurals 2,3,4g Key Club 2,3,4g Library Pages 2,3,4g Spanish Club 3. BARBARA FRUITSg Football Queen Attendant 45 Distributive Education Club of America 4g Girls Leaders 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4g Xanthian Y-Teens 2. DIANE FULLERg Boosters 2,3,4g National Thespian Society 43 Athletic Secretary 4. PAUL GAILEYg Basketball 2g Boys Interscholastic Bowling 2,3g Boys Leaders 2,39 Football 2g Intra- murals 2,3g Triton Hi-Y 2,3. W , ! l, 9 NSA " f A-R 2 fig n Sw' if 5 f .' EY' in s 'I f ! 1,1 W! 5 ,f I SONDRA GALABOFF5 Boosters 25 Intramurals 25 Latin Club 3. ELAINE GALL5 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,35 National Honor Society 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 3. THOMAS GALLIHER5 Cross-Country 2,35 Track 2,3. EDWARD GANDOLF5 Boys' Glee Club 2,3. PATRICIA GANNON5 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club 2,3, secretary 35 Intramurals 2,3. DIANNE GANS5 Anvil Staff 25 Boosters 25 Council on Human Relations 35 Intramurals 35 National Honor Society 4. Baccalaureate is a solemn occasion for seniors. JEANINE GANTOSE5 Battlecry Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,35 Distributive Education Club of America 45 Girls' Glee Club 2. CAROLE GAROFALO5 Boosters 2,3,4, treasurer 45 Girls' Leaders 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Office Pages 4. JOSEPH GARY. ROBERT GAYDOS. DENNIS GEDEON5 Intramurals 253. ROBERT GERDING5 Boosters 25 Chess Club 35 Marching' Band 2,3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,45 Bio- logy Lab Assistant 3. ? M- Q lr ff if 'E 1 X ,wg qiQf.,.5,5Qr 29 pp i .- N 5 N -Z: rw..-. fy,--Z--az fm.. - Sf id-ifm..zg,,rQ -,5.,g.s55g1g,s3 L i F 2 ,W ,X 5 3 fairs, ix, X, fy ,X ,J 2 Y, ,Q Ns 3. .f Q'2Qf,,ai- - . t T X eg 2 rg vi se fWS,t,,'jj, Q mgkgti is Q wi xt 'Y ti is fx liis- ss tiff. 5 Q. zfwa:-fas'w"":' . . - ww- -.-.51- N rs- rt . a..wfsf51f,5.w -is-1 . .. . sj?fi'g5fs?,23f . 5-Sh -5 2 5' Hs is Qiixfxiliiili '5 '11-1' . , ',g,i,rwg. - -, -' .ff-.1 S L . :La rp" M it 2' fr w-1 4 ,15-mm, f, . , at 52, f 'ssc' 5 - m s A- 1-is Q ,-. Y 5 SHARON GERM5 National Honor Society 4. SHARON GERMAN5 Battlecry Staff 2,3,45 Boosters 45 Clinic Aides 25 Future Nurses Club 2,3, secretary 2,35 Intramurals 35 Quill and Scroll 3,4. WILLIAM GERST5 Not Pictured. WAYNE GIBSON5 Boosters 2,35 Intramurals 3,45 Marching' Band 2,3,45 Student Council 35 Symphon- ic Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 3,4. Senior class advisors, Mr. Thomas Dunford and Mr. James Shipman, counseled us in many de- cisions. LYNN GILBERT. GAYLE GILES5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls Choir 45 Intramurals 2,35 Student Coun- cil 2,3. LINDA GLADURA5 Parma 25 A Cappella Choir 35 Future Teachers of America 2,3,45 Girls Choir 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Office Pages 4. VINCENT GLUCK. DENNIS GOEBELT5 Not Pictured. DANIEL GOETZ5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Latin Club 2,35 Library Pages 25 Math Club 25 National Honor Society 4. SHARON GOLAS5 Boosters 3,45 Latin Club 2. JAMES GOLDNER. SHERYL GOLTZ5 Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica 35 Intramurals 2. PEGGY GOOD5 Intramurals 2,3,45 Student Council 3,4. MARY GOODE5 Boosters 2,35 Future Business Lead- ers of America 3,4. ERIC GOODYEAR5 Junior Class Vice-President5 Ars Medica 35 Basketball 25 Boosters 3,4, president 45 Intramurals 3,45 Key Club 3,45 Marching Band 25 National Honor Society 45 Orchestra 3,45 Student Council 25 Symphonic Band 2,45 Triton Hi-Y 3,4. BEVERLY GORSICA5 Anvil Staff 2,45 Battlecry Staff 2,3,45 Boosters 45 Future Nurses Club 25 Girls Chorus 25 Intramurals 2,35 Library Pages 25 Office Pages 45 Quill and Scroll 3,4. W e 5225 tif gli if I, 1515252.25 212.5 ws i EEA ? W A l,23x,5s+f5 '-Q iw Y K 5 , iwwiww 5. .. if .l,,,,.,,,,,.. '. ,.i..,,., z,.,,.. ..:.' ' :um 1' , .,,,.w --, - 1.5. -:mu 1 ,- w t. :ge Hr., LQ' '1 ' , ilisjgggi gf ti Qgglge J S yay? WK 'fm' fig 1 tw te K ' 1- I 5 all mf 312221. . 1 fflM5ft4y,.. 'n5,q, ,Zi w E is MZ! s kg I Z ,S SX 5,2 ty gl 'f 1 it 'iLgW.gf.i1gel' yew' fl . . ,t,, , 5, if 5-.ti .fr J lu' lv .. .,,tg,,.5,, . . i5i3l5,?i,! Qtiiif ' at 5 "I Believe" Is Our Senior Class Song CYNTHIA GRABINSKI5 Boosters 45 Spanish Club 254. SUSAN GRADY. GLORIA GRAF. CYNTHIA GRAHL5 Boosters 3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 25 National Honor So- ciety 45 Youth Traffic Council 4. DONALD GRAY5 Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,3,45 Boosters 2,35 Intramurals 3,4. LAURENCE GRECOL. ELIZABETH GREEN5 Intramurals 25 Xanthian Y- Teens 3. ELAINE GREENEg Kentg Boosters 45 Intramurals 3,45 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. PAMELA GREY5 Boosters 2,35 Intramurals 2,3,45 Spanish Club 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 253. . , Q. I ig! sv J ig t V ' ' " X5 5 ' - 4 , . 5, LW 5? gpm. gg Y if -" 1 Y' , EQ . - fa' .. 'ec 3? tg, A. alfa ii 'flp M flag -s?'-'f'r- .... 31 Attendant Patricia Fenda Attendant Susan Hermanson Queen Donna Antonelli Attendant Barbara Fruits Attendant Kathleen Schwan Our Homecoming court and escorts, Barbara Fruits and Richard Badernan, Susan Her- manson and Eric Goodyear, Queen Donna Antonelli and Donald Haberkost, Patricia Fenda and Edwin Folsom, Kathleen Schwan and Daniel Corley, pose for pictures in the chill October air. Donna Reigns as Homecoming Queen Barbara Kent, 1963 Homecoming' Queen, crowns Donna, Don Haberkost, Student Council President, escorts Donna. DONNA GRIESBACH5 Sophomore Class Secretaryg A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 2,3,4, vice-president 45 Girls Choir 2,3 secretary5 Girls Leaders 3,4, pres- ident 45 Intramurals 2,3,4. MARGARET GRISAK5 Boosters 2,3,45 Council on Human Relations 35 Intramurals 25 National Thes- pian Society 3,4, treasurer 45 Russian Club 25 Span- ish Club 3,4. JEAN GRUGEL5 Distributive Education Club of America 45 Office Pages 2. GARY GRUHN. BERNADETTE GUDDY5 Boosters 25 Future Nurses Club 35 Intramurals 45 Junior Red Cross 25 Office Pages 3. ALEXIS GUDIN5 St. Stephen 35 Boosters 2,45 Future Teachers of America 45 Intramurals 2,4. Y. . . Qi? .. .. , A Q, me . , . .. fri" Science seminar, the house of all knowl- edge. SHIRLEY GURKO5 St. Francis 2,3. DANIEL GUROVICH5 Audio Visual Aid Crew 3,4. JOHN GUSKA5 Baseball 2,3,45 Boosters 3,45 Boys Leaders 45 Football 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Letter- men 3,4, treasurer 45 Olympian Hi-Y 4, secretary 4. JAMES GUZIK. DONALD HABERKOST5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 American Field Service 3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Intra- murals 2,3,45 Math Club 2,35 National Honor Society 3,4, vice-president 45 Student Council 2,3,4, vice- president 3, president 45 Tennis 2,3,45 Triton Hi-Y 3,4, secretary 3, chaplain 45 Madrigal Club 2,3,4. DAVID HABURCHAK5 Ars Medica 3,45 Boosters 35 Cross-Country 3,45 Intramurals 45 Key Club 3,4, treasurer, lieutenant-governor 45 Marching Band 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,4, treasurer 45 Or- chestra 2,45 Student Council 45 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. ' ,r 1, e53,,g',e,fg5s,5 5 ' - - M' 545 'EZ .5 -at tmp . ,....,, Sf. ' t, ,. X Gifizixgifs KATHLEEN HAGUE5 Boosters 35 Future Nurses Club 2,4. JOHN HALAL5 Cleveland Heights 2,35 Varsity Bowling 4. WILLIAM HALLER5 Boosters 2,3,45 Boys Leaders 2,35 Football 25 Intramurals 2,35 Chemistry Club 35 Biology Lab Assistant. DANIEL HANISKO5 Intramurals 2,3. TARI HANNAN5 Distributive Education Club of America 45 Future Nurses Club 2,35 Intramurals 45 Spanish Club 45 Junior Achievement 3,4. BARBARA HAPPEL5 Boosters 45 Girls Chorus 2,35 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. - Via. fgyl, .,,,.M 5 we A, .ff ,,,, J fa 3539 ,152 Ga - 55 I " Q fi g . E Q safes. L Efxfsiiigwrget X .T . . .. - ' SET 2 sit - :,, 'l"!2vS'EltB , gl -:. E. J ' - :, "5" ' . -2"i'.:E1' 3 4- . ' 'llgiffii A fi? FN A "i?J"9:'S ig i"' 4 -fr.: 5 .I .' 'Q-3, ss Seniors Excel in the Field of Science DAVID HARDEN 5 Boosters 2,3,45 Golf 25 Intramur- als 2,3,45 Key Club 45 Math Club 2,35 National Honor Society 45 Triton Hi-Y 3,4. WILFRED HARGROVE5 Anvil Staff 35 Battlecry Staff 25 Boosters 25 Boys Interscholastic Bowling Team 25 Intramurals 2. EARLDEAN HARMON. ILONA HARRISON5 Archive Staff 4, writer5 Audio Visual Aid Crew 45 Boosters 2,35 Intramurals 2,35 Library Pages 25 National Honor Society 45 Nation- al Thespian Society 3,45 Student Council 2,3,4. PATRICIA HARTLINE5 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Bus- iness Leaders of America 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Of- ficials Club 3,45 Sportheads Club 3,4. ALAN'NA HARTMAN5 Boosters 2,45 Liberty Belles 2,3, Head Majorette 35 Marching Band 2,35 Orches- tra 2,3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3. 35 JOANNE HASSA5 Battlecry Staff 3g Boosters 2,3,45 Future Business Leaders of America 2,3,45 Future Nurses Club 45 Youth Traffic Council 2,4. CYNTHIA HASSELSCHWERT5 Boosters 25 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Span- ish Club 3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. GAIL HAUSSER5 Boosters 2,35 Girls Chorus 2,,3,4. GWEN HAUSSER5 A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Girls' Choir 2,35 National Honor Society 45 Spanish Club 3,4. WILLIAM HAVILAND5 Holy Name 2,3. MICHAEL HAYS. Sswgg 1 5 lx I I ,.., s,.m1w.l .1 Z1 I. J f . egxggtfl i 1 455,153 . W , ML. 5- in ., , :ff -' .-, sis., L . .M-feb. -, , Q, . . K-f. -V-Q X 'V if fix wx 9' S vi W Ee s 4 5 is s X 'milfs 4, XS! -f rise- Z . ggi F aff' f Ah-ff ...aa is-. 8 n2.1f:+vif, Sf mmf - , .,5., 5, a 5. gl r vi , 5.1 wiv fu-it .- . yi 7 I. ' 45z.r.5'fz5N " ' W -'Y E- - Bmw -A ,N its -. . 5: gee- xx tt., 'Liz-f25f's , 1. .wi fx sew , Ie. , 'X gig STN: L25 ,, I ggi fl is Q' gl A 'His N wi 3 X ii Ss. kiwi X mfs? K f Q,15ggw.1 M s 5 f? f F55 Y A S ag' ! it 5 1-:Ast -W-my 7 J'-f'?5' , 'YH-1 rs,-fr '::" ":5i :f:5f-.. i- - sl --fs, sw... M F -V -5 J- f , " 5 I f , , IQ ' 'k" - --'Hr 7 ' rv' 'W-I WW-1' f .Q L-Q :fl :s' 'L 5 Q4-Yvssilgil g g, , t,., ,.., . MQ .. 6 S5 2 il , f s silt it gli? qgfili E s I fx W 5 i WM flow: 5 H shui S' WSI ' - Valley Forge scholastic team comes from behind to win on Its Academic. JUDY HEATONg Battlecry Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Distributive Education Club of America 4g Liberty Belles 2,3,45 Marching' Band 2,3,4. SUSAN HEINTEL5 North Olmsted 25 Boosters 35 Intramurals 3. JOAN HEISLER. SANDRA HELD. JOANNE HEPPNER. LINDA HERBKERSMAN5 Battlecry Staff 3,45 Boost- ers 2,35 Intramurals 3,45 Office Pages 35 Quill and Scroll 4. ROBERT HERMAN. SHARON HERMANSON5 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 25 National Thespian Society 3,45 Student Council 2,3,4, at- large 45 Spanish Club 3,4, president 4. SUSAN HERMANSON5 Homecoming Queen Atten- dant 45 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 25 National Thespian Society 3,45 Student Council 2,35 Spanish Club 3,4, lst vice- president 3, 2nd vice-president 4. JANET HERN5 A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 25 Fu- ture Nurses Club 45 Intramurals 2,35 Marching Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. ROBERT HERRMANN 5 Intramurals 2. JOYCE HIBIAN5 Anvil Staff 2,45 Battlecry Staff 45 National Honor Society 4. We Display Enthusiasm in Activities THOMAS HIGGINS5 Cross-Country 3,45 Intramur- als 25 Lettermen 3,45 Track 2,3,4. RICHARD HILFER5 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Wrestling' Team 2,3,45 Centurian Hi-Y 4, treasurer 4. RONALD HILL5 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,45 Library Pages 2. SCOTT HILL5 Boys Leaders 45 Cross-Country 3,45 Lettermen 3,45 Wrestling' 25 Track 2,3,4. SANDRA HILLEGAS. ALAN HOBL. RICHARD HODAR. DAVID HOELTERg Intramurals 2g Marching Band 2,3,4g Student Council 45 Symphonic Band 2,3,4g Track 3,4. DENNIS HOHENSTEIN. ROBERT HOLDENg Boosters 2,33 Intramurals 2,3,4g Marching' Band 2,3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4g Symphonic Band 2,3,4g Dance Band 49 Centurian Hi-Y 4. CATHERINE HOLFORDg Future Nurses Club 2g Girls Chorus 29 Intramurals 25 Library Pages 43 Office Pages 3,4. ROBERT HOLMQ A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g National Honor Society 4. Seniors' Achievements in Various Fields STEVEN HORNINGg Boosters 2. JOSEPH HORVATHQ A Cappella Choir 3,43 Boys Glee Club 2. MARY HORVATHg Nazareth Academy 2g Future Nurses Club 3,4g National Honor Society 45 Modern Dance 3. DORSEL HOSEYQ Boosters 2. BARBARA HOSICg Future Teachers of America 3,4, historian 4g Intramurals 29 Marching Band 2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4g Office Pages 33 Student Council 3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. SUSAN HOSTALQ Boosters 2,4g Chess Club 43 Fut- ure Business Leaders of America 45 Library Pages 2g National Honor Society 4g WVFH 3. gf: .. - . T www . 'S xx it FV -. 5 S, ' Ki t . , 5 Q Efls'?Q7L-'ff' I " " 1 , . 5 , t tg t' . K ggggj 5 "1 5 if ' ' .. ' fgm?fQg,g ' HQ Af ' . 5 K LP, Y J CAROL HRICISIN5 Boosters 2,3,45 Battlecry Staff 3,4, secretary 3,45 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Intra- murals 35 Liberty Belles 2,3,45 Student Council 3. ARTHUR HUGE III5 Boosters 2,3,45 Boys Leaders 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Lettermen 45 Olympian Hi-Y 45 Track 3. VIRGINIA HUGHES5 A Cappella Choir 45 Archive Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls Choir 35 Girls Glee Club 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 Latin Club 2,35 Xanthian Y-Teens 3,4. JANIS HUMPHREY5 Boosters 35 Girls Choir 3,45 Girls Glee Club 25 Office Pages 3,4. JOHN HUNTER5 Archive Staff 3,45 Boys' Glee Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3. TAMARA HUTNIK5 Ars Medica 35 Boosters 2,3,45 Latin Club 25 National Honor Society 45 Orchestra 25 Student Council 2. Earn Honors for the Senior Class BOB HYPS5 Byzantine 2,3. THOMAS IRWIN5 Boosters 35 Intramurals 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,4: Symphonic Band 2,3,4. LYNNE J ACKSON5 Anvil Staff 25 Boosters 2,35 Fut- ure Teachers of America 3,45 National Honor So- ciety 45 Paperback Bookstore 2,35 Student Council 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 2. - MARLENE JANKOWSKI3 Girls Choir 2. KATHRYN JASANY5 Future Business Leaders of America 3,4. I BARBARA JECKEL5 Battlecry Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Business Leaders of America 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,35 Student Council 2. NAOMI JEMMA5 Archive Staff 45 Battlecry Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Council on Human Relations 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Girls' Choir 45 Intra- murals 3,45 Office Pages 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 45 Notehand Club 4. CONNIE JENSCH5 Boosters 25 Future Teachers of America 45 Intramurals 25 Office Pages 45 Notehand Club 4. JEFFREY JESKE5 Saint Ignatius 25 Council on Hu- man Relations 35 Cross-Country 35 Debate Team 35 Intramurals 35 Latin Club 35 National Forensic League 3,45 National Thespian Society 4. MILDRED J EX. JERI JOHNSON5 Warrensburg 2, Wapakoneta 35 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Office Pages 4. KIMBERLY J OHNSON5 Prospect 2,35 Archive Staff 45 Boosters 45 National Forensic League 45 National Honor Society 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 45 Athletic sec- retary 45 Ski Club 4. Wi- M . -N ifff-i?esssl'.,!5l' 'ffl 5 ,. - - A ww fvssezlistl. . . br' ' 5 'fgfwflzlm it s 'W V E I 5 Wifi . 5? 'fi '-.'5i.:!fl 5-ft, f.. 5 wsfhffzrlffz -- . 'ff'5+z:5x:sm agliti f f' 'iff 'Hi'fZ'1 53325 f " V , - , ,..:.u 1 e:w"?' ' ' 55 1 .1 5 5 ,Juv-' -f " " 955545 52,5f5s,g5ggg,:11z:XJ?iEl0.rA-P22252f . if S f.lfff6:Sip s5l?'it?i'Wfx 1 Q 4-Y .4452s.:i'xIl we il -21. . .L PATRICIA JOHNSON5 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 3,45 Intramurals 3. SHARON J OHNSON5 Anvil Staff 25 Intramurals 2, 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Office Pages 45 Stu- dent Council 4. RICHARD JOINES5 Basketball 25 Boosters 2,3,45 Boys' Interscholastic Bowling Team 3,45 Canteen Committee 25 Intramurals 2,35 Student Council 2. MARCIA LEE JONES5 Anvil Staffg 2,3,45 Archive Staff 2,3,4, assistant underclass editor 2, writer 2, faculty editor 3,45 Battlecry Staff 25 Boosters 2,3,45 Concert Band 25 Council on Human Relations 3,45 Debate Team 45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Latin Club 2,3,4, program chair- man 2, treasurer 45 Library Pages 2,3,45 Marching Band 25 National Forensic League 45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Student Council 25 WVFH 25 Debate Club 4. SUSAN JONES5 Anvil Staff 3,45 Boosters 25 Council on Human Relations 45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 Math Club 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. JUDITH JOYCE5 Nazareth Academy 2,35 Girls' Choir 45 Notehand Club 4. GEORGE JURAND5 Chess Club 2,35 Football 25 In- tramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Track 2,3. THOMAS JURATOVAC5 Saint Joseph High School 25 Football Team 3,45 Lettermen 45 Track Team 35 Student Council 3. DANIEL KACZMARSKI. CHARLOTTE KADERABEK5 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Business Leaders of America 3,4, secretary 45 Girls Choir 2,3,45 Intramurals 25 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 2,3,45 Paperback Bookstore 2. KATHRYN KAINE5 Anvil Staff 2,35 Boosters 25 Library Pages 2,3,45 Office Pages 3. GREGORY KALINA5 Basketball Team 2,35 Boosters 45 Debate Team 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Forensic League 45 Track Team 3. Seniors Socialize at Formal Dances MARILYNN KAMINASKI. CANDACE KANIECKI5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramurals 25 National Thespian Society 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 3. CLAUDINE KARBON. JOYCE KARBON5 Anvil Staff 45 Boosters 2,35 Fut- ure Business Leaders of America 35 Future Teach- ers of America 45 Intramurals 45 Latin Club 25 Nat- ional Honor Society 4. LINDA KARE5 Battlecry Staff 3,4, circulation man- agerg Boosters 2,3,45 Liberty Belles 45 Library Pages 25 Student Council 3,4. JOYCE KARPA5 Future Nurses Club 3. DEAN KARTSON5 Anvil Staff 25 Boosters 25 Concert Band 25 Marching Band 2,35 Symphonic Band 35 Dance Band 3,4. ELAINE' KARTSON5 Anvil Staff 25 Boosters 45 Fu- ture Teachers of America 45 Office Pages 4. PATRICIA KAY5 Battlecry Staff 2,3,4, writer 25 Boosters 25 National Thespian Society 3,45 Office Pages 35 Paperback Bookstore 45 Quill and Scroll 3,4. As Seniors We Serve Valley Forge High KATHLEEN KEISER5 Boosters 2,3,45 Clinic Aides 25 Future Nurses Club 25 Spanish Club 3,4, secretary 4. RICHARD KEMPTON5 Cross-Country Team 4. DAVID KENCSON5 Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Boosters 45 Boys Leaders 3,45 Football 2,3,45 Intra- murals 25 Lettermen 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Student Council 35 Triton Hi-Y 3,4. PETE KENDRICK5 Intramurals 2,3,45 Spanish Club 35 Wrestling Team 3. LINDA KENZIG5 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Business Leaders of America. 3,4, vice-president 45 Girls Glee Club 2, secretary 25 Intramurals 25 Paperback Book- store 4. JO ANN KESSLER5 Boosters 2,35 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Girls' Choir 2,35 Latin Club 2,35 Paperback Bookstore 4. ROBERT KICH5 Boosters 25 Distributive Education Club of America 45 Future Business Leaders of America 3. ANTHONY KIJANKO5 Basketball Team 2,3,45 Bat- tlecry Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Concert Band 2,35 Football 2,3,45 Key Club 8,45 Lettermen 3,45 Olym- pian Hi-Y 45 Student Council 4. GAIL KILBANE. DAVID KIRCHER5 Boosters 45BOys'I1'1tersCh01a,stic Bowling Team 45 Boys Leaders 45 Football Team 2,35 Student Council 2. MARY KIRKPATRICK. DONALD KISPERT5 Cross-Country 2,3,45 Lettermen 3,45 Marching' Band 2,3,45 Olympian Hi-Y 3,45 Sym- phonic Band 2,3,4. S DANIEL KISS. ROBERT KITTINGER5 Intramurals 45 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 3,4. NANCY KLACZA5 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,4. ANTOINETTE KLANAC. ERIKA KLAVINS5 John Marshall 2,3. MAILA KLING5 Boosters 25 Future Nurses Club 25 Orchestra 2,3,4. HARRY KLUM. CAROL KLUSMANN5 A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 3,45 Girls' Choir 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 Spanish Club 45 Sporthead 45 Officials 4. LINDA KLUTH5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boosters 2,35 Girls' Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 3,45 National Honor Society 3,4, secretary 45 Office Pages 2g Paperback Bookstore 25 Student Council 3,4, At Largeg Sporthead 4. One, two, three, kick EDWARD KNAUER5 Automotives Club 45 Baseball 25 Boosters 2,45 Golf 35 Intramurals 2,35 Math Club 4. ROBERT KNIGHTg Basketball 25 Boosters 2,35 Cross-Country 25 Intramurals 3,4. JOHN KOBS5 Automotives Club 3,4, vice-president 3, president 45 Boosters 2,35 Math Club 3,45 Chem- istry Club 3, vice-president 3. JOHN KOBUS5 Boosters 25 National Honor Society 45 Chemistry Club 3. JOHN KOCKA5 Orchestra 25 Radio Club 3. ROBERT KOERPER5 Boosters 2,35 Concert Band 2,3,45 Intramurals 25 Marching Band 2,3,45 Centur- ian Hi-Y 4. Our Athletes Score for the Patriots 0 tw X sw-1 5: s iigiip n A SJ it if in e li if 5 f ' " 5 at 5 w 4 if R3 nk is L .. .. .. 253 ,QF 53535 :.,-:. . ,E-:.21n ',:-I'-faa.'2: F T '-2:.I't.s.i5s2fE': Egg .r,fiE,.., ..... .,,,.2 .1 S ' w sg' mil x wx Sw z ,483 ft ' if 3, F E fs i 5 as X ,, - STM SANDRA KOFRON5 Battlecry Staff 45 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Business Leaders of America 35 In- tramurals 2,3,45 Library Pages 25 National Honor Society 3,4. MARCIA KOHLS5 Boosters 2,35 Girls Chorus 2,3. ROBERT KOLIS5 Radio Club 4. SHARYN KONRAD5 Boosters 25 Girls Glee Club 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 Office Pages 3,45 Student Council 2,3,4. CAROLE KORECKY5 Battlecry Staff 45 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Business Leaders of America, 35 Intra- murals 2,3,45 Office Pages 4. KEITH KORMOS5 Concert Band 25 Intramurals 2,35 Marching Band 25 Chemistry Club 3. X DONALD KOSTg Intramurals 2,35 Wrestling 2,3 Saxon Hi-Y, vice-president 4. WILLIAM KOVATCH. ALLAN KRAKOWIAK. JOHN KRESANKO. ROBERT KRIVAS. REBECCA KRUK. ridirons, Mats, Fields, and Courts THOMAS KRUPKAg Football 25 Intramurals 2,3. RICHARD KRUSINSKIg Boys Leaders 2. ALLAN KRYSIAKQ Concert Band 2,3,4g Marching Band 2,3,4. JOANNE KUCERA, ANNMARIE KUCHLING. KATHLEENfKUCHTAg Anvil Staff 4g Boosters 2,3,4g Library Pages 2. ,F wi, -Q,, A ,,r'.w, -f,f,, -If ,wzgpf-: k,1,-QQQI, its-Aigt. ' f .Y V QW 1- " ' I HY f .fmgg I , 1. 52 .3. 5v:,.Vg,Lg, .5 . I :,,,g,.A -.1 H555 'Ei - if -' T3' . 1i:' :'VfE 1 wg gi., '5: gl,,f f: 2 I I " 'U :iw f, '-,ff ixg - .- A CAROL KUHN5 Archive Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,35 Future Teachers of America 45 Girls Glee Club 2,3, vice-president 35 Intramurals 2,3,45 Office Pages 25 Student Council 2,4. DIANE KUREK5 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls Glee Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3,4. MARSHA KUTCHKO5 Boosters 25 Clinic Aides 3,45 Future Nurses Club 2,3,4, historian 35 Intramurals 25 Office Pages 2. WILLIAM LABUDA5 Intramurals 25 Triton Hi-Y 3,45 Wrestling' Team 2. ERIC LANGE5 Intramurals 4. SANDRA LASKA5 Boosters 45 Debate Team 45 Girls Choir 45 Girls Chorus 25 Intramurals 2,35 National Forensic League 45 Student Council 2,3, at-large5 WVFH 4. i .f 5 . 3' Our Class Motto is: "The future is no 5 JUDITH LASKO. JANE LATSKO5 Boosters 25 Future Teachers of America 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 4. LINDA LAUGHLIN5 Intramurals 2,45 Student Coun- cil 3. KENNETH LEIB5 Intramurals 3. GRANT LEIBY5 Boosters 45 Concert Band 25 Intra- murals 2,3,45 Marching' Band 2,3,49 Symphonic Band 2,3,45 Centurian Hi-Y 4. WILLARD LEIBY5 A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 45 Boys Glee Club 45 Intramurals 3,4. . , I L. , . . . , 221 'I iegigilliiil " . - W iliiifiiiiiii 33253 Qgfxfzyiffi fig' 'I ffl 51 fHx'ifxx'fQf9f,f w -1 .1 - . as .1..- mr 5 im . ft .2 iss M 9. 1 , 3.'85i5Wif5?f9g's . .. ,sw W I an-.awww Qs.. ti ,rx i f3Y'f?2l'I1m3Yv5Q FL , ' ' iii in iieiflfigiiiifsegfg it ' . .. fl.-M,:M,:1f-, Essegiiiggieiissiiiiei I ff"" 1.,. 'iltffiifli' ff: 5 L1 iii f 5 Qsgfigx.-wpfqg L' if 51,0 ' It uf? ilzisgsfiqf W ' -3: zszkifzez-. fgffiiif QV , f 5 2 " Qaffgizgag sf f, 'rf 2ggfgsyc12.fg 1 fu-1--'11-f E "QM, xiiirgggg, f.sj,f'.1gg ?i??l5liQ5" L' ':f" sf 5 7 2.22, ff i if-seg -' . 5' .. .5 DIANE LENDVAYg Boosters 2,3,4g Math Club 45 National Honor Society 43 Ohio Academy of Science 4, Natural Science Club 4. THOMAS LEPLEYQ Intramurals 2,3,4. JUDITH LESSINGg Archive Staff 3,4g Boosters 2,3,4g Girls Glee Club 2,33 Girls Leaders 45 Intramurals 2,3,4g National Honor Society 45 Student Council 2,3,4, treasurer 4. MARY LEWISg Boosters 4g Concert Band 2g Girls Choir 2, Intramurals 3g Marching Band 2. DOUGLAS LICHVARQ Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,3,4, crew chief 4, assistant crew chief 2,3g National Hon- or Society 3,4g National Thespian Society 3,4, WVFH 2,35 Parma Educational Television 4. FRANCES LIPPMANNQ A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Archive Staff 3,43 Boosters 2,35 Future Teachers of America 4g Latin Club 2. 'n the hands of Fate, but in ours." CAROL LOHMANNQ Anvil Staff 3,4, business editor 4g Boosters 25 Future Teachers of America 3,4, In- tramurals 2,3,4g Sporthead 2g Latin Club 2,3,4, sec- retary 3, president 4g National Honor Society 3,43 Office Pages 4. LINDA LOPEZ, Boosters 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,4g Spanish Club 3,4, vice-president 4. WAYNE LUKACSKOg Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,3,4, crew chief 49 Boosters 2,3,4g Boys Leaders 45 Buck- eye Boys State 3g National Honor Society 3,45 Nat- ional Thespian Society 2,3,4g WVFH 2,3,4g Stage Crew 2,3,4, Stage Managerg Parma. Educational Television 4, technician. GAIL MABRYQ Boosters 49 Girls Choir 3,45 Girls Glee Club 3g Intramurals 4, Xanthian Y-Teens 3,4. DANIEL MACDOWELLg Boosters 2g Intramurals 2,3g Spanish Club 3. CHERYL MACKULINg Boosters 2,3,4g Girls Leaders 3,4, Intramurals 3,45 Student Council 4. " ' I W ' . .,..- f f.. .V . . ,,.. 5: 73232 ff ,.,..as,..,, ,0" na... . .. A A ffff He. . WILLIAM MADDEN3 Parma 2g Boosters 43 Intra- murals 4. JOHN MADDOX3 Baseball 23 Intramurals 2,3,4. KATHLEEN MAIER3 Sophomore class treasurer3 Junior class treasurerg A Cappella 4g American Field Service 33 Audio Visual Aid Crew 3,43 Boosters 2,3,43 Girls' Choir 2,33 Intramurals 2,43 Library Pages 23 National Thespian Society 2,3,43 Office Pages 23 Student Council 23 WVFH 3,4. DENNIS MAJKA3 Chess Club 2g Intramurals 2. LEE MAJOR3 Audio Visual Aid Crew 23 Boosters 2,3,43 Canteen Committee 3,4, chairman 43 Concert Band 2,3,43 Distributive Education Club of America 4, vice-president 43 Intramurals 2g Marching Band 2,3,43 Triton Hi-Y 3,4, vice-president 4. LINDA MANGONE3 Battlecry Staff 3g Boosters 2,3, 43 Distributive Education Club of America 43 Stu- dent Council 3. Mr. Smith addresses senior members of the National Honor Soci- ety. JOHN MANTZ3 Boosters 2,31 Student Council 2. ROBERT MARCY3 Padua 23 National Thespian Society 43 Spanish Club 4. JAMES MAREKQ Padua 23 Baseball 33 Boosters 33 Intramurals 3,4Q Key Club 3,42 Centurian Hi-Y 4, president 4. GUY MARINELLI: Battlecry Staff 43 Boosters 2,3,4Q Football 23 Future Teachers of America 43 Intra- murals 2,3,4Q Lettermen 43 Marching Band 2,3Q National Honor Society 43 Student Council 43 Sym- phonic Band 2,33 Triton Hi-Y 43 Track 2,3,4. NANCY MAROONQ Andrews School for Girls 2,33 National Thespian Society 4. CANDACE MARR3 A Cappella Choir 2,3,43 Anvil Staff 2,3,4, Layout editor 43 Council on Human Relations 3,43 Future Teachers of America 3,43 Intramurals 33 Latin Club 2,33 National Honor Soci- ety 3,4Q Paperback Bookstore 4. MARIA MARSELLA5 Luther Burbank 2,3. SUSAN MARTIN5 Battlecry Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,3, 45 Intramurals 2,35 Liberty Belles 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,4. WILLIAM MARTIN 5 Intramurals 3. PATRICIA MASTER5 Boosters 2,35 Intramurals 2. LINDA MATHE5 Boosters 2,8. JAMES MAUDSLEY5 National Honor Society 45 Spanish Club 3,45 Natural Science Club 4. National Honor Society Is an Honor KATHLEEN MC CANN5 A Cappella Choir 3,45 Anvil Staff 2,35 Council on Human Relations 2,35 Girls' Choir 25 Latin Club 2,8,4. MARTIN MCCARTHY. MARY MCCARTHY5 Boosters 2,35 Intramurals 2,3, 45 Latin Club 25 National Honor Society 45 Student Council 25 Sporthead 3,4. J OANNE MCCOSHQ Girls' Choir 2. LYNNE McCULLOUGH. JUDITH MCDONOUGH5 Boosters 35 Girls' Glee 2, 3,4. sl, my , , ,1- 'x X. mhpgjg, . ..5 y iii K lb 54111,fmzgf-fir Gii' Q 'S . , ,K r ' -Gun-6-.f ,1i+?5,.fw NI if 1-rs Will he or won't he? Only his coach knows for sure. KATHLEEN MCGINTY5 John Marshall 25 Battlecry 4 Staff 3. I MERLE McGREEHAN. KAREN MECKE5 Boosters 25 Intramurals 3,4. SUSAN MEETH5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, treasurer 3,45 Archive Staff 2,3,4, faculty editor 2,uI1derC1ass editor 3, senior editor 45 Assembly Committee 35 Boosters 2,3,45 Buckeye Girls' State 35 Canteen Corn- mittee 3,4, assistant chairman 45 Cheerleaders 3,4, secretary 45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Girls' Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Student Council 2,3,45 Xanthian Y-Teens 3,4, vice-president 3, presi- dent 45 Notehand Club 4. - JAMES MEHRLING5 Marching Band 2,3,45 Sym- phonic Band 2,3,4. RAEMARIE MENDAT5 Battlecry Staff 2,3,4, page 3 editor 45 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Quill and Scroll 4. LEONARD MENDIK5 Not Pictured. WILLIAM MENEAR. CAROLE MENGEL5 Boosters 2,35 Intramurals 2. DAVID MEYERS. ROBERT MICKEY5 Not Pictured. GARY MIELKE5 Intramurals 4. JAMES MIKLUS. CYNTHIA MILLER5 Boosters 3,45 Marching' Band 2,35 Office Pages 25 Symphonic Band 2,3. GARY MILLER: Rhodes 25 Basketball 3. GWEN MILLER: A Cappella Choir 4: Assembly Committee 2,3,4, president 3,45 Boosters 2,3,4: Girls' Choir 2.3: Girls' Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Student Council 2,3,4: Xanthian Y-Teens 254. MADELINE MILLER: Boosters 2: Future Business Leaders of America 4: Intramurals 2. JANICE MITZO5 A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 3,45 Girls' Choir 2,35 Intramurals 2,3545 Xanthian Y- Teens 4. SHARON MIZANIN5 Boosters 45 Girls' Chorus 45 Girls' Glee Club 2,35 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. JULIANNE MLAKAR5 Girls' Choir 3,45 Girls' Chor- us 25 Intramurals 2,35 Latin Club 2,3: Office Pages 2,3,4. RONALD MOHON5 Boys' Interscholastic Bowling Team 25 Intramurals 2,3. SUSAN MOLINARI5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boost- ers 3,45 Future Nurses Club 25 Future Teachers of America 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Thespian Society 45 Office Pages 2,3,45 Student Council 4. DARLENE MOLNAR. PAMELA MONACHINO5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Intramurals 253,45 Student Council 35 Xanthian Y- Teens 2.3. JOANN MONTAGINO: Not pictured. ALAN MOORE: Boys' Interscholastic Bowling' Team 2. DONALD MORAN: Boys' Interscholastic Bowling' Team 2. ,r 1 ii-'fii KL, as , was xvjf' L . P' 1- . - IW.. fffrlzilge ' 7" V - 1, i ws ,nf U' Egg VNC, M, , ,A ,..., , was -. -, .-5, ,lm Q ' is I - . ,.. X .5 . Z .i up A, .W f ' f :af Emi 'fi fs is 5, 1 . ,HQ .. 2' if 5 nw 135' Eff' M ggi fyfaqvgzl ,4 H 'X QW? 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Valley Forge Holds Memories for Alumni , v Vee gs- Q W, . -"Fw K gt f, f rv .,. - - 2.10 A- " , Nw :gf-Z 'gfgef fw' . -- 'I fflsgiyizl? - Ei Uftiiimlf ' . ii M' :fu-5,5 ffem 0. f luglfilhflg ff51i2f5?iZ'Yf , ff 31 M rw-,f 1 V-5 waters! A 5 '1 i,fgQli'ifflSf???1 , 'V ' 55df,y,w,,u. A fl,,mf,51izitgfgtm 55.32, W , .mn ,nw is E w,,1a,'lL 5911 W BS u,g3,q!1f'.25 , . i 5? if . A- is ' s A s 9 aa Sv t yi S+ uf W if if mf-.H 5 ',g.5,:,f-331,15 ' - 'i'35f1.:l'1-,VI k 37 - - mit! "T '23'iiflffflifwlikfffff'ufkfffi 151 3!'5f'fin 57555 fiwffi ll ,?U71'fl57l 5- 5 9'53''fits55155252151'i?5s2wl??f:f5f2 lf5.e,'1-,252Jsf5f2e2rfff'l2'12 .va 555555555535 ...l'f!.j'Y'.mif,' ,., nf, ,ffl .. ,f J A , . .. ,5 M, ,, ,, ., ,135 if!,EfEf3",f an by ,,,. I,,, ,,,,, . .,A,, 5 il 3 KARINE MUELLER5 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Intramurals 2,3. JUNE MUHA5 Boosters 3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 45 Sym- phonic Band 2,3,45 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. JAMES MURPHY5 Holy Name 2,3. ALLEN MUSHENO5 Sophomore Class Vice-presi- dentg American Field Service 35 Archive Staff 2,35 Assembly Committee 35 Baseball 45 Basketball 25 Boosters 2,3,45 Boys Leaders 3,45 Football 2,5-3,45 Lettermen 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Student Council 2,3,45 Triton Hi-Y 3,45 Track 2. EILEEN MUSOLF5 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls' Choir 2,35 Girls' Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Paperback Bookstore 35 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,4. THOMAS MYCZKOWSKI. KAREN NAGEL5 Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica 45 Intramurals 4. PAULETTE NAGELSKI5 North Royalton 25 Intra- murals 3,4. LAWRENCE NAGY. DANIEL NAVRATILQ Intramurals 3. MARY NAYMIK9 A Cappella Choir 29 Boosters 29 Concert Band 29 Girls' Choir 4g Girls' Glee Club 39 Intramurals 39 Latin Club 2,3. CHARLES NECKER9 Boosters 49 Intramurals 49 Key Club 2,3,49 National Honor Society 49 Student Council 49 Centurian Hi-Y 4. BETTY NEHRINGQ North High 2,3. CHERYL NEUMAN9 West High 2,3. JOHN NEWLAND9 Audio Visual Aid Crew 29 Stage Crew 3,42 Educational Television Crew 4. ANN NIE:LSENQ A Cappella Choir 2,3,4Q Boosters 29 National Thespian Society 49 Xanthian Y-Teens 39 Madrigal Club 2,3,4. NANETTE NORSIC9 North Royalton High 2,3. DALE NOVAK9 Not Pictured. JULES NYE9 Parma 29 Cross-country 49 Track 3,4. CONSTANCE O'BRIEN9 Boosters 3,49 Intramurals 2,3,49 Spanish Club 3,4. RONALD O'DEE9 Boosters 49 Concert Band 29 De- bate 49 Intramurals 2,32 Marching Band 29 National Forensic League 49 Wrestling 2. BEVERLY ODELL9 Boosters 2,3Q Girls' Leaders 3,4Q Intramurals 2,3,49 Latin Club 2,35 Library Pages 2,3,4. All smiles, graduates, Bob Bartell and Bonnie Havel attend the Alumni Dance. QB if av JUDITH OFFTERMATTQ Archive Staff 35 Boosters 2,45 Future Teachers of America 33 Intramurals 4. PAUL ONGERTQ Tennis 3,4. SANDRA OWEN. Senior Cheerleaders practice ff , ns, strenuously. . J DARRELL OZOGQ Intramurals 2. ROBERT PABST. CHRISTINE PACHUTAQ Not Pictured. MYRON PACULA. . faizviifgi tQa?tigeftte A an-::euzi2iQs2sls.2tZ:f2M2 Future Nurses Club 4g Intramurals 2,4. LOUIS PALFY. WILLIAM PALUMBOg Football 2,4. RONALD PANKUCH. ANGELA PAPAg Hoban Dominican. CHARLES PARKER. KAREN PALECHKAg Boosters 3,43 Clinic Aides 43 JAMES PARKER5 Cathedral Latin 25 Intramurals 3,4. ANDREA PARSHALL5 California 2,3. CHARLES PATRICK5 Cross-country 45 Intramurals 3,45 Key Club 45 Track 3,4. DARREL PATRICK5 Tennis 2. JOHN PAUL5 A Cappella Choir 3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Boys' Glee Club 25 Boys Leaders 3,45 Football 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Lettermen 45 Olym- pian Hi-Y 45 Student Council 2,3,4. ROBERTA PAUL. ROBERT PAYNE5 Nordowin 2, Thousand Oaks 3. KENNETH PECK. MARION PEKAR5 Intramurals 2. JAMES PELZ. WAYNE PERGL5 Distributive Education Club of America 45 Intramurals 25 Wrestling 25 Track 2.3. MARSHA PERGLER5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boost- ers 2,3,4, program chairman 4g Canteen Committee 2,3,4, secretary 35 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,4r Office Pages 45 Student Council 35 Xanthian Y- Teens 4. .fo--.. K - . ,. .,.,.,,f, ..,,Q3, 1. V -: A V.,-5'jfi"::2fE':, :s.','i!w-L::lg,- ABN:-5 --N???:'s .5 ai f 2 I V- . 5 ,,. .5 ,- . .-., li? 'f ll. "M -'f5-5- 5L. if 1 42: lj , lm: lg- it vez- -1J?5.fi'.e!7: f :ggi-.1255 7-1554 ,self-fi2':5: , f f .Q , in if 'f E ul 1, 'lk 'HA-M J' 'I 3' vas' . iigg hm .aw is-. w -Q-, ., li 5 ltr? wwf 'f 1-1 b 4113, 5 . d a ig W igs? ':"' 1 H 1 :15 .Veil llfll5l....l J a lal?-Q film all Q 2 I LTI,fgf?,vif5,g? 5 5 MYRON PESEKQ Boosters 2,3,4g Boys' Interscholas- tic Bowling Team 2. JAMES PETITTOg Baseball 2,3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g Boosters 4g Boys' Glee Club 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,4g Lettermen 4g Orchestra 2,3,4g Student Council 2,3,4. CAROL PETLOWANYg Intramurals 2. KENNETH PETRL A Cappella Choir 3,43 Boosters 2,3. JAMES PETRICKg Cathedral Latin 2. J ANICE PETRICKQ Boosters 2,3,4g Future Business Leaders of America 4. The Senior Dance, Winter Whirl JAMES PETROW. DAVID PETRUSg Football 45 Intramurals 2,45 Let- termen 4. KATHLEEN PEUGHQ Boosters 2,3g Future Nurses Club 2g Junior Red Cross 2,3,4, delegate 25 Library Pages 2,3. SHARON PHILLIPS. CHRISTINE PIGANg Future Nurses Club 2g Intra- murals 2,3g Spanish Club 4. BRUCE PLETKAg Cross-country 43 National Honor Society 45 Track 3. DIANE PODHRADSKY5 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4, president 45 Intramurals 2,35 Office Pages 2,3,4g Student Council 2,3. CYNTHIA POE5 Battlecry Staff 45 Boosters 2,3,4, Ways 8a Means Chairman5 Girls Chorus 25 Girls' Glee Club 35 Intramurals 2,3,45 Notehand 4. MICHAEL POLO5 Not Pictured. PATRICIA POLSI-IAK5 Boosters 2,3. DANIEL PONSTINGLE5 Intramurals 35 Wrestling 35 Junior Achievement 4. DAVID POPIEL5 Intramurals 2,3. JOYCE POPIL5 National Honor Society 4. LYNETTE POWELL5 Not Pictured. RONALD PRATHER5 Not Pictured. l Is the Climax to the Year of 1964 P ROBERT PRIEST5 Boosters 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 Wrestling Team 2,35 Junior Achievement 4. MARTHA PRYATEL5 Boosters 2,3,45 National Hon- or Society 45 Office Pages 3,4. LEONARD PUTZ5 Not Pictured. ROBERT RACZEK. FRANK RAGAN THOMAS RAKAUS ASQ Not Pictured. THOMAS RALPH. DENNIS RADLOFF. ' K PATRICIA RAUTHg Boosters 35 Intramurals 3, Jun- ior Red Cross 2, Paperback Bookstore 2. LYNN RAYMONDQ Liberty Belles 2,3, Assistant head maj orette 3. WILLIAM RAYMONDg Automotives Club 3,4g Foot- ball 2. CARL REDDISH. CHRISTINA REDOVIANg Boosters 25 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 2,3,4, club reporter 4g In- tramurals 2,3g Paperback Bookstore 25 Student Council 2. CAROL REED, Brecksville 25 Anvil Staff 45 Battle- cry Staff 3g Boosters 4, Council on Human Relations 3,43 Future Teachers of America 3g Latin Club 3,4g National Honor Society 4g Orchestra 4. Dan Corley, Jan With, Tony Kijanko, Bill Bourquin, and Tom Cahal want to be the first ones out in the snow. KENVYN REEDg A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Boosters 2,3g Intramurals 2,3g Paperback Bookstore 2,3. CAROL REGRUTg Boosters 4g Clinic Aides 2g Future Nurses Club 2,3. ROBERT REICHERTg Boys' Glee Club 2,3,4g Foot- ball 2,3, manager. LINDA REIKg A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Battlecry Staff 45 Boosters 2g Future Business Leaders of America 45 National Thespian Society 3,45 Xanthian Y-Teens 43 Madrigal Club 4. ROBERT REIMERg Intramurals 3. J UANITA REINERg Intramurals 23 Library Pages 23 Office Pages 2,3,4g Student Council 2. RONALD REINKE5 Boosters 25 Boys' Glee Club 2. PAUL RETSCH5 Ars Medica 35 Boosters 45 Cross- country 35 National Honor Society 45 National Thes- pian Society 2,3,4, president 45 Russian Club 2- a Triton Hi-Y 4. WILL REVILOCK5 Boosters 25 Chess Club 2,35 Intra- murals 2,35 Library Pages 25 Radio Club 2,35 Wres- tling 35 Drafting Club 2,35 Track 3. RONALD REVOCK. PATRICIA REYNOLDS5 Boosters 2,35 Student Coun- cil 4. DONALD RHODES5 Concert Band 25 Intramurals 45 Marching Band 25 Radio Club 2. Seniors Enjoy Outdoor Activities ANNE, RICHARDQ Not Pictured. LARRY RICHARDSON. CHARLES RICHTER Boosters 4 Bo s' Glee Club 25 Z 3 Y Stage Crew 2,3,4. JOHN RIGHTWEISER5 Concert Band 2,35 Intramur- als 3,45 Marching Band 2,3. SHERYL RIMER5 Boosters 2,35 Concert Band 25 Marching Band 25 National Thespian Society 2,3,4. 'SUZANNE ROBBINS5 Boosters 2,3,45 Clinic Aided 2,3,45 Future Nurses Club 2,3,4, historian 2, presi- dent 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Latin Club 25 Office Pages 25 Student Council 4. CARLEEN ROBERTS5 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramurals 25 Office Pages 2,35 Spanish Club 2. RONALD ROGELg Audio Visual Aid Crew 25 Boys' Interscholastic Bowling Team 2,85 Distributive Education Club of America 45 Future Business Leaders of America 35 Student Council 2. MARILYN ROHDE. NORMA ROHDE5 Anvil Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 45 Russian Club 25 Xan- thians Y-Teens 2. BARBARA ROMAY5 Future Business Leaders of America 2. JOHN ROMPH5 Audio Visual Aid Crew 3,45 WVFH 3,4. WILLIAM ROMPH5 Autornotives Club 2. Senior girls count cal- ories while . . . LORRA ROSE5 Boosters 2,35 Clinic Aides 2,3,45 Girls' Choir 2,35 Girls' Chorus 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Thespian Society 2,3,45 Student Council 2. MICHAEL ROSS. ROBERT RUNNING. DIANE RUPPELT5 Anvil Staff 35 Boosters 25 Coun- cil on Human Relations 3,4, co-chairman 45 Latin Club 2,35 Spanish Club 3. MICHAEL RUSH5 Stage Crew 2,3,4. DALE RUSYNYK5 Boosters 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 4. JANET RUTHERFORD5 Boosters 25 Marching Band 2,35 Spanish Club 45 Symphonic Band 2. DONALD RYAN5 Radio Club 4. JANICE RYAN5 Boosters 2,35 Concert Band 25 Fu- ture Teachers of America 3,45 Girls' Leaders 45 In- tramurals 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Student Council 35 Symphonic Band 2,3,45 Officials 3,45 Sportheads 4. CAROL RZEPKOWSKI5 Girls' Chorus 25 National Honor Society 45 Spanish Club 3, secretary. JAMES SADOWSKI5 Boys' Leaders 45 Football 2,45 Intramurals 25 Key Club 25 Student Council 2. THOMAS SANTELL5 Concert Band 25 Marching Band 2. JEAN SANTNER: Archive Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls' Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 2,35 Student Council 35 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,4. ' SUSAN SAPPINGTON5 Boosters 25 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Intramurals 25 Paperback Bookstore 45 Spanish Club 3. JAMES SARGENT. ARLIE SAUNDERSg Intramurals 2,45 Junior Red Cross 2,3,4. CAROL SCARL5 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Business Leaders of America 2,35 Student Council 3. LINDA SCHADER5 Rich Township 25 Future Nurses Club 45 Office Pages 3. The boys shovel it down. CATHERINE SCHAEDEL5 Boosters 3,45 Future Teachers of America 4, secretaryg Intramurals 2,35 Orchestra 2,3,4, secretary 2,35 Student Council 2,35 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,4. JACQUINN SCHAEFER5 Boys' Interscholastic Bowling Team 2. THOMAS SCHENEK5 Not Pictured. RICHARD SCHENKE5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Aud- io Visual Aid Crew 2,35 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Madrigal Club 3,4. GLENN SCHEUTZOW5 Baseball 2,3,45 Boosters 45 Boys Leaders 3,45 Football 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Lettermen 45 Olympian Hi-Y 45 Student Council 45 Youth Traffic Council 45 Ski Club 3,4. ROBERT SCHMITT5 Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,3,4g Boosters 3,45 Intramurals 3,45 National Thespian Society 3,45 WVFH 2,3,45 Educational Television 3,45 Stage Crew 2,3,4. LINDA SCHNEIDER5 Boosters 2,3,45 Future Teach- ers of America 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. pproaching Graduation Incites Vigor THEODORE SCHUCH5 Boosters 35 Hockey Team 2,3,4. . ROBERTA SCHUELER5 Boosters 35 Council on Human Relations 45 Debate 45 Girls' Glee Club 2,35 Intramurals 45 Library Pages 45 National Forensic League 45 Paperback Bookstore 25 Spanish Club 35 Xanthian Y-Teens 3. DEANNA SCHUETZ5 Boosters 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 Paperback Bookstore 3. DENNIS SCHULER5 Golf 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,45 Chemistry Club 35 Drafting Club 3. ROBERT SCHULTE5 Basketball 25 Intramurals 2,3. GLENN SCHULTZ5 Concert Band 25 Marching Band 2,3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. LYNN SCHULTZ5 Intramurals 2,3,4. BARBARA SCHULZ5 Boosters 45 Intramurals 3,4. KENNETH SCHULZ5 Battlecry Staff 45 Boosters 45 Track 2,3,4. DEL SCI-IUMACHER5 Anvil Staff 25 Archive Staff 3, Layout Editor5 Battlecry Staff 4, feature writerg Boosters 2,3,45 Council on Human Relations 2,3,45 Debate 45 Intramurals 25 Key Club 3,4, chairman of interclub and publicity 45 Math Club 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Natural Science Club 45 WVFH 4, head announcer5 Youth Traffic Council 45 Chemis- try Club 45 German Club 45 Chemistry,Lab Assistant 4. SUSAN SCHUMANN5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, secre- tary5 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3545 National Thespian Society 2,3,4, secretary 2,35 Orchestra 3,45 Student Council 2,3,45 Xanthians Y-Teens 2,3,4. KATHLEEN SCHWAN5 Football Queen Attendant 45 Boosters 2,3,45 Canteen Committee 4, secretary5 Cheerleaders 2,3,4, vice-president 3, president 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Girl's Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 2,35 National Honor Society 3,45 Stu- dent Council 3,4. JOE SCHWARTEN5 John Marshall 253. ' SUSAN SCHWARTZ5 Jr. Class secretary 35 Archive Staff 2,3,4, Typist 2, Activities Editor 3, Editor-in- chief 45 Boosters 2,3,45 Council on Human Relations 2,3,4, secretary 3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Girls' Choir 25 Math Club 2,3,4, vice-president 3, president 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,4. CRYSTAL SCHWENK5 Boosters 2,35 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 3,45 Intramurals 2. JANET SCOTT5 Boosters 2,45 Future Nurses Club 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,4. CAREY SCOTT5 Boosters 2,3545 Football 25 Intra- murals 3,45 Key Club 3,45 Student Council 25 Span- ish Club 35 Wrestling 45 Centurian Hi-Y 45 Track 3. JOAN SEBEK. . 5 5115, A-m f , 5 W l 51 We-vi- I 5 -.ww ii' , 5. f A C K 7 1 - ,JY X Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-Z 5 ' git ' 9 4 ff lsfitfi- 5 . .1 ,, ,E ,,,.,:5-:IM . 5. 2- fi " ' tri it W a xii 'QMSQQQ' - mg, ' M, 5, . . 4, .,-in Q' 1 a ,se I 1 4 " J 5 j, , Jimi " fig x ' :fy X :I .ta iw Q 55,3-Rifl e :ll , ' , 4, IE sl?-'fyizeilifi 155 1 - it 5 1 .lb-12-1 legit 1-3 gt r- 'R l 54' gill- ,Q-E .ig P- 3 GARY SEFL. LARRY SELIVANIVQ Chess Club 2g National Honor Society 4g Russian Club 3g Track 2,3. ARLEEN SELLMANg Boosters 2g Intramurals 2,35 Junior Red Cross 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3. NANCY SEMAN. REBECCA SEMEGENg Boosters 2,3. RONALD SENCYQ Boosters 2,3,4g Boys Leaders 2,3,4g Football 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4g Lettermen 2,3,4g Olympian Hi-Y 2,3,4, vice-president 2, presi- dent 4g Track 2,3,4, Students Work dili- gently under the watchful eyes of the librarians. SUSAN SEVERANCEg Boosters 2,4, corresponding secretary 25 National Honor Society 4. DENNIS SHARDELLg Not Pictured. JAMES SHARKUSQ Boosters 3,49 Intramurals 2g Math Club 3. CYNTHIA SHELDONQ Future Business Leaders of America 4g National Thespian Society 45 Office Pages 2,35 Student Council 2. VIRGINIA SHEPHERDg Downey 2,35 Spanish Club 4. LINDA SHIBLEYg Marching Band 2,3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4g Symphonic Band 2,3,4. GLENN SIEBERTg A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Boosters 3,4g Boys' Interscholastic Bowling' Team 2,3g Golf 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,33 Student Council 2,3. 'Ht F A H .tm N ,Eg.:f L 2 ?mN . .3 .... I , . :.. ,, f 5 Q H5 'Q 'lin' if " 'f' ti ll. , Wifi? x, vi' H31 .lf 8,113 fp C, Af- Q ' Kimi! iii V inn H i, Bi if W Stiff if ' M 5 il 2 wi ,gi SQEESQS. pl ,au ,ww 23 ,lift fisftig ,S 3 as 'f , . E U: J' was 1 f I - Exist:-.1'12ff :1:".3'f' f . 5 751 " , -1 ' PATRICIA SIEGFRIED. GERALD SIEGMYERg Concert Band 2,33 Marching Band 2,3,43 Symphonic Band 4. FRED SIMCIC3 Intramurals 33 Lettermen 3,43 Wres- tling 2,3,4. ANN SINGERMAN3 Future Nurses Club 2,3,4. MICHAEL SIPKO3 Future Teachers of America 4. JUDITH SKRBINQ Boosters 2,43 Future Business Leaders of America 4. Striving to Learn, Seniors Study Hard KATHLEEN SLACH3 A Cappella Choir 3,43 Ameri- can Field Service 33 Archive Staff 3,4, typing' editor3 Boosters 2,3,4g Canteen Committee 3,41 Cheer- leaders 23 Future Teachers of America 4g Girls' Choir 23 National Honor Society 3,43 Student Coun- cil 2,3,43 Spanish Club 33 Xanthian Y-Teens 3,4. LAWRENCE SLADEg Boosters 43 Intramurals 3,4Q Lettermen 43 Marching Band 2,3,43 Olympian Hi-Y 3,4Q Symphonic Band 2,3,43 Track 2,3,4. RICHARD SLEPKOQ Future Business Leaders of America 33 Intramurals 2. MARTIN SLIVKO3 Baseball 2,3,41 Boosters 43 Intra- murals 2,3,43 Marching Band 2,3,43 Olympian Hi-Y 43 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. JAMES SLUSS. ERIC SMELTZ3 Intramurals 2,3. 'X f su. 1- .- 3 ' m,.:'e.1v Tas .A gift? ??Cf:y1 'j' - egg?-zilfbgfsfliiii-3.2 "' ' 5 ,W 3 f 54 ,e . , riff 1 21. 5 I " Q' ' ' Ji 325533 : v. 3 A V .- 1' ,W ,Q wx 53 5 .5 3 I I I.. "' 9' A ' "a1s,fs?fF5k , -I' ' f. 3 3 Mu-L, , x'a3, .,,. ff ,gif A x T Q ,ev 3 .3 We-if . ' " W.-19154 " fr' li.-xx ., ff:-' f55F'f""4"0 1lS13k,k9l I " ff - '- , .i33:iff.iUigi-iiislq. " 1! ' . ' , - I I ' I ' I . - fii5lli,?fii2ilifQ51Elififffiri i55fi:SLq.., iff' Wifi'Ei?fl,?ll'lI?f'EiAi W 5 3, ' ' 3 1 : 1,14 wie f g A 4 1 - I ' S- ? F ,5:3i5fis?i 3 5 2' .--bfi KEITH SMELTZg Intramurals 2,3. KAREN SMITH5 Future Nurses Club 3,45 Xanthian Y-Teens 3. MARY SMITH. ez-MQW, lah 3,30 1.2 2' ' Ms ' ff.: sg, freezes ' faqs' 55-.153-z:.'. nm, 2" if, 5 mf? " ".i:- 1 555525: I J, 7.5 '- 5- 5-:F 'E F J u 5 'A A!-9 1, Ufflxf rn I Q F Ls 4 I , ' -1 '55 4 fn r f uk' 'Y ' 5 ! vu 5 f 1 P x , 1 r ggi 'l 5 ami SEQ!-JN! 5255215!i'gf2.?f2l?iiiEs7f??ii5 ,'iQ'3:?fl?5i . ,25 "'-: ' . " SHARON SMITH5 Battlecry Staff 45 Boosters 35 Future Business Leaders of America 4. PENNY SNOW5 Distributive Education of America 4. ELIZABETH SNYDER5 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Library Pages 45 Paperback Bookstore 35 Xanthian Y-Teens 3. Seniors Share in Schoolis Pride KAREN SOROCHAK5 Boosters 45 Future Business Leaders of America 4. GERALD SPANGLER5 Baseball 2,3,45 Boys' Inter- soholastic Bowling 45 Football 2,35 Intramurals 35 Lettermen 2,3,45 Wrestling 2. CHARLES SPECK5 Boosters 2,45 Football 2,3,45 Distributive Education Club of America 45 Intra- murals 2,3,45 Lettermen 3,45 Olympian Hi-Y 4. JACK SNYDER5 Not Pictured. GILBERT SNYDER. EMIL SOLTESZ5 Cathedral Latin 25 Intramurals 3 DONNA SOMMERFELD5 James Ford Rhodes 2, Boosters 45 Library Pages 3. fr i SX S HQ E ' at TIMOTHY STAHLBERG9 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4Q Football 2,3,4g Lettermen's Club 4. KATHLEEN STALNAKERQ Boosters 39 Anvil Staff 29 Future Business Leaders of America 4g Girls' Choir 3g Girls' Glee Club 29 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. ELIZABETH STANARD9 Boosters 2. BRIAN STARREQ Golf 39 Lettermen's Club 4. "Wai DAVID SPITTAL9 Concert Band 293,49 Marching Band 2,3,4g Wrestling 2. RICHARD STAAB. DIANE STADNIK9 Future Business Leaders of America 3g Future Teachers of America 3,49 Intra- murals 3,4g Office Pages 49 Russian Club 2, secre- tary9 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. wie ,- ww? :Ki ? awg'gg'J?'Y it 132.5 M55 mg"mHf fl itim'i?r5,,g'ggigM'1g5: will itfii W PATRICIA STARZYNSKI9 Girls' Choir 2. LINDA STAZZONE. FRANK STEAD9 Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,3,4Q Boosters 2,3,4Q Intramurals 2,3,4. ANN STECKEL9 Boosters 3,49 Future Nurses Club 2,3Q Intramurals 3,4. ALICE STED9 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4Q Boosters 2,3,49 Future Business Leaders of America 49 Intramurals 2,3,49 National Honor Society 4. TERRY STEFANKO. 67 1 f 'I . it.. 1- -52.3 1 1 ..1.z'.- 2 .4 1' :iw- f. mum I ,gf - "Double, double, toil and trouble." MARIANNE STEINBERG. ERIC STEINFADTQ Basketball 2,3,4g Boosters 2,3,4g Cross-Country 2,3,4g Lettermen 2g Student Council 2,3,4. DALE STELZg Football 25 Intramurals 3g Lettermen 4g Tennis 2,3,4. ALLEN STEPHENS. KAREN STEPPKEQ A Cappella choir 3,4g Anvil Staff 25 Boosters 2,3,4g Girls' Choir 25 Intramurals 2,3,4g Student Council 2,4g Xanthian Y-Teens 4. DONALD STETZYg Not Pictured. VERNELL STEVENSQ Boosters 2,3,4g Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 3,45 Distributive Education Club of America 43 Girls' Choir 2g Office Pages 4. LAWRENCE STEWART. DIANE STOLLg Boosters 2,3,4g Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,4. TONI STONEg Revere High 29 Kenmore High 3. JAMES STRECKQ Intramurals 2,3. SHARON STREITQ Carl Sandburg' High 2g Boosters 3,45 Intramurals 3,4g Ski Club 3,4. SHIRLEY STRETAR. DIANE STRIMISKA5 Anvil Staff 2,3,45 Archive Staff 3,45 Boosters 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 25 Latin Club 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Quill and Scroll 3,4. DAVID STUCHLAK5 Boosters 2,3,45 Boys Leaders 2,3-,45 Football 2,3,45 Lettermen 45 Olympian Hi-Y 45 Student Council 2. WILLIAM SUCH5 Boosters 45 Golf 2,3,45 Intramur- als 2,3,4, PAUL SULLIVAN5 Battlecry Staff 2,3,45 Boosters 35 Cross-Country 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Key Club 45 National Honor Society 45 National Thespian Soci- ety 3,45 Student Council 3. PATRICE SUPIK. JOSEPH SVEC. CHERYL SWANSON5 A Cappella Choir 3,45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 2,35 March- ing Band 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Orches- tra 2,3,4, vice-president 253, president 45 Student Council 25 Symphonic Band 2,3,4, librarian 2,3,4. KAREN SWARTWOOD5 Office Pages 3. ELIZABETH SYNK5 Boosters 2,35 Intramurals 3,45 Office Pages 45 Paperback Bookstore 35 Xanthian Y-Teens 3. GEORGENE TACHUK5 Boosters 2,3,45 Cheerleaders 25 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Girls' Chorus 2,3,45 Girls' Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Office Teller 3,4. DENISE TANKEWICZ5 Not Pictured. DIANE TATAR5 Boosters 2,35 Future Nurses Club 45 Intramurals 2,35 Paperback Bookstore 4. COURTNEY TAYLOR5 Putnam City 25 Intramurals 45 Library Pages 35 Spanish Club 45 Saxon Hi-Y 4. Pilg'rim's Progress game produces hours of fun for Diane Strm- iska and Marcia Jones. RICHARD TAYLOR5 Boosters 25 Intramurals 2,45 National Honor Society 4. ROBERT TAYLOR5 Chess Club 2,35 Cross-Country 3,45 Intramurals 25 Math Club 4, vice-presidentg National Honor Society 45 Track 2,3,4. RAYMOND TERRY5 Not Pictured. BEVERLY THOMAS5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boost- ers 3,45 Future Teachers of America. 3,45 Math Club 3,4, secretary 45 National Honor Society 3,4. DENNIS THOMAS5 Intramurals 3,4. JOHN THOMPSON5 Marching' Band 2,35 Math Club 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Radio Club 3,45 Symphonic Band 2,3. ELIZABETH TICHY. Tension and Anxiety Among Seniors IC RUSSELL TODIA5 A Cappella Choir 25 Boosters 25 Intramurals 3,45 Triton Hi-Y 3,4. MARIAN TODOR5 Boosters 2,3,4, secretary 45 Intra- murals 2,3,45 Office Pages 45 Ski Club 3,4. LINDA TOMASCH5 Boosters 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 Paperback Bookstore 3. WILLIAM TOMISICK5 Debate Team 25 Golf Team 2,3 DENISE TONKEWICZ. JAMES TOPOR5 Boosters 2,3,45 Football 45 Intra- murals 2,3,45 Lettermen 45 Centurian Hi-Y 4. ROBERT TRUSCELLO5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Battlecry Staff 2,3,45 Boosters 3,45 Football 25 In- tramurals 2,3,45 Lettermen 3,45 secretary 3, presi- dent 45 National Honor Society 3,45 National Thespian Society 45 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Track 2,3, 45 Madrigal Club 4. PAUL TUGGEY5 Baseball 25 Basketball 2,3,45 Boost- ers 2,3,45 Boys' Glee Club 2,35 Boys Leaders 3,45 In- tramurals 2,35 Lettermen 45 Student Council 2,3,4. KAREN TUCHACEK. BARBARA TOTH5 Boosters 2. MARILYN TRAGER5 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Intramurals 3. GARY TRAINORg Not Pictured. DOROTHY TREBISOVSKY5 Boosters 2. TIMOTHY TREPAL5 Not Pictured. High During' the Final Week of Exams KAREN URBAN5 Audio Visual Aid Crew 3, secre- taryg Boosters 3,45 Future Business Leaders of America 3,4, president 35 Intramurals 3. MICHAEL UZELAC. CONSTANCE VACCARO. THOMAS TULLOCHg Booster 2,3,45 Intramurals 2, 3,45 Marching' Band 2,35 Orchestra 25 Symphonic Band 2,35 Wrestling' 2,35 Centurian Hi-Y 4. JUDITH TUSKES5 Boosters 25 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Spanish Club 3,4. J UDITH UHINCK5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Archive Staff 3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Cheerleaders 4, Future Teachers of America 45 Girls' Leaders 3,45 Intra- murals 2,3,4. FRED VACHA. WALTER VALLIER. RALPH TREURENQ Boosters 33 Golf Team 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3. JAMES VANDERSTEIN. CRAIG VANECKOg Spanish Club 3. STEVE VARABKANICHQ Boosters 2,3,4g Boys Lead- ers 3,4, president 45 Football 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3, 45 Lettermen 3,45 Olympian Hi-Y 45 Student Council 2,3,4, sergeant-at-arms 4. LINDA VARGOQ Not Pictured. Seniors Volunteer Services for Events PHILLIP VLASUKg Intramurals 2,3,4g Lettermen 3,4g Track 2,3,4. ROBERT VLCEK. SI-IARYN VOLKg Boosters 2,3,4g Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4. JAMES VIDMARQ Boys Leaders 43 Intramurals 2,3,4. DIANE VILD3 Hoban Dominican High 2,3. WILLIAM VINCLER. ANTHONY VINCIQ Not Pictured. JANICE WAGNERg Boosters 4g Future Business Leaders of America 49 Intramurals 2. LARAINE WALKUPQ A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Anvil Staff 2,3,4, editor-in-chief 45 Boosters 4g Paperback Bookstore 45 Student Council 4g Future Teachers of America 3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4g Latin Club 35 Li- brary Pages 2g Math Club 3g National Honor Society 3,4. ALVA WALLACEQ Boosters 3,4g Future Nurses Club 2,3. PETER WACHTERQ Battlecry Staff 2,3,4g Intramur- als 2,3,4. DEIDRA WADE. GERALD WAGNER. JEAN WALLACEQ Boosters 4g Future Nurses Club 2,3. LAWRENCE WALLANDQ Cross-Country 3,43 Intra- murals 2. THOMAS WALTER, "Do you want some- thing?" 1 WALBURGA WANDSCHURA. KAREN WANTZg Girls' Choir 4. JILL WARRENg Future Nurses 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3. RICHARD WEISS5 Baseball 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,4. MELODIE WENGRIN5 Boosters 2,3,45 Girls' Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Student Council 2,45 Sport- heads 4. ELIZABETH WESSLER5 Anvil Staff 25 Boosters 2, 3,45 Future Teachers of America 45 Girls, Choir 2,35 Intramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 2 3,45 Orchestra 4. KAREN WEBER5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Anvil Staff 45 Council on Human Relations 45 Future Nurses Club 2,35 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Latin Club 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Student Council 2,35 Madrigal Club 2,3,4. DEBORAH WEHN. ARTHUR WEISS5 Not Pictured. KARENWEISS. .xii 1ff5:51f.1fSii1?l-ff 'i' 1 fiffi 322321--'Q 'fff9fE1Sfi9?tw' - 5 ifefiii ii '. 'fd we r53?f3f5!j waz' guy. I., -,r 1-, gf Baer . .ff f-1' -'M 'l n'?:T5f5iI'fw ff! ' I S' I' 'ff 5 -isa-fa 1 if -f- : 2333 . ,.1fs.ff'Tiwfn' . lf- J, - .2 " -in za R-"' ' V. f ,, ,W-'if , -1: -fd" , 'tf5,g553pw ,fe gifs mg s pn if? im iii-,Jin NW J ' mls, " 341219 - f.-, ' i555"fQ'7Vf?!'f?W51f1'l "What's that about ni- troglycerin'?" KATHLEEN WHITE5 Boosters 2,35 Girls' Choir 253, 45 Intramurals 25 Office Pages 2,3,45 Xanthians Y-Teens 2,3. SHARON WHITTENBERGER. JOANN WIELGUS5 Concert Band 2,3,45 Debate 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Intramurals 25 Liber- ty Belles 2,3,4, head majorette 45 National Forensic League 45 National Honor Society 4. SUSAN WEST5 Wellington 25 Anvil Staff 45 Ars Med- ica 35 Council on Human Relations 45 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 45 Paperback Book- store 45 Ski Club 4. ROBERT WHALEN5 Distributive Education Club of America 45 Intramurals 2. KAREN WHEELER5 Boosters 25 Council on Human Relations 2,45 Debate 2,45 Intramurals 2,45 Library Pages 2,45 Marching Band 25 National Forensic League 2,45 Office Pages 2,45 Symphonic Band 25 Girls' Officials 25 Sporthead 4. WENMOUTH WILLIAMSg Archive Staff 4, boy's sports editor 45 Boosters 2,3,4g Debate 4g Intramur- als 3,4. JOHN WILSONg Not Pictured. DONALD WINARSKIQ Concert Band 2,3,4g March- ing' Band 2,3,4g Math Club 3,4. RONALD WINARSKIQ Wrestling 4. JAMES WILBUR. CONSTANCE WILLIAMSg West Geauga 2. MADELINE WILLIAMSQ Boosters 2,3,4g Future Business Leaders of America 4. Advanced Courses Prepare Us for the Future GERALD WITKOWSKIQ Baseball 2,3g Boosters 2,3,4g ' Leaders 2 3 4 Football 2 3,4g Wrestling 2,3. BOYS , , : , JAMES WOLEENQ Russian Club 3. CARL WOLFQ Concert Band 2,33 Marching Band 2,3. KATHLEEN WINTERg Boosters 2g Girls' Choir 2,3,4g Spanish Club 3,4. MURLEY WISCH. JANET WITHQ A Cappella 3,43 Archive Staff 3g Boosters 2,3,4g Cheerleaders 2,4, publicity chair- man 4g Future Teachers of America 3,4g Girls' Choir 2g Girls' Leaders 3,44 Intramurals 2,3,4g National Honor Society 49 Ski Club 4. l RONALD WYEMURA. ELLEN YOUNGQ Boosters 29 Intramurals 25 Junior Achievement 3, vice-president 3. LINDA ZACCAROg Boosters 2,,3,4, chairman 43 Girls, Leaders 45 Intramurals 2,3,4g Office Pages 2,3g Student Council 2,3,4g Xanthian Y-Teens 3,4, sec- retary 4g Sportheads 3,49 Officials Club 3, vice- president 3. MICHAEL WOLFg Football 23 Intramurals 3. WILLIAM WORRELL. LEE WORREY. Baccalaureate Heralds Commencement SAMUEL ZACHARIASQ Concert Band 2,3,4g Intra- murals 2. FRANCES ZADER. LORRAINE ZADZILKA. THEODORE ZALENSKL Intramurals 4. ELAINE ZANKOg Parma High 2g Future Business Leaders of America 4g Paperback Bookstore 4. EDWARD ZAREMBAQ Football 2,3,4g Lettermen 2, 3,49 Olympian Hi-Y 43 Track 2,3,4. BARBARA ZAVOCKY5 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Student Council 3. WAYNE ZAVOTKAg A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boost- ers 2,3545 Boys Leaders 3,45 Football 2,3,45 Letter- rnen 3,45 Wrestling 2,3,4. STANLEY ZBOROWSKI5 Boosters 45 Intramurals 4. JESSICA ZELLEYg Marymount 25 Boosters 3,45 Girls' Choir 35 Latin Club 35 Library Pages 3. JO ANN ZIEGLER5 Disbributive Education Club of America 4. RITA ZIETLOW5 Boosters 25 Future Nurses Club 2, 35 Girls' Choir 25 Intramurals 2,45 Office Pages 2,3,4. JOAN ZIMDARS5 A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Boosters 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,85 National Honor Society 45 Student Council 2,3,4. JAMES ZINGALE5 Boosters 2,35 Chess Club 2,35 Marching Band 2,35 Symphonic Band 2,3. EDWARD ZINGALIE. BARBARA ZINGHEIM5 Ars Medica 35 Boosters 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Office Pages 45 Orchestra 2. DIANE ZRIMEC5 Intramurals 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. CYNTHIA ZSARNAY5 Boosters 2,35 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 45 Intramurals 4. FRANK ZYGADLO5 James Ford Rhodes 2,3. H W 99 592 . a commencement of new horizons As we, the senior class, walk out of the doors of Valley Forge for the last time, We feel the effects of our accomplishments. We are not only taking the memories of three brief years with us, but are leaving traditions that will be followed in years to come. During the past three years our homecoming floats won first prizeg our top scholars triumphed in front of an audience of thou- sandsg this year our victorious football and wrestling teams captured the Lake Erie League crowns. Whatever we attempted, we attempted as a class, and we did it well. Our artistic, academic and athletic accomplishments were a vital part of Valley Forge these past years. Our achievements will continue to animate imaginations and memories in the years to come. As We leave Valley Forge, we know that Wherever we go, the spirit of Valley Forge will never leave us: "Always we cherish thee, Valley Forge High." 5 W I 1 I w i L tl 5 bf M t5 ,mn uwx Brad Burgess Melanie Radlick president Xvice-president Miss Linda Callan adviser ig. M6 4 Gail Kulscar Leslie Dahn secretary treasurer J UNIORS In June the class of 1966 closed the doors of its second year at Valley Forge High School. Behind these doors were many happy memories-the construction of the Junior Class float during Homecoming Week, the cheering of the Patriot teams to victory, the completion of the School Spirit Contest, the sponsorship of a booth at the annual All School Party, and the planning for the big moment of the year- the Junior Prom. Sponsor Miss Linda. Callan and officers: Brad Burgess, presi- dentg Melanie Radlick, vice-presidentg Gail Kulscar, seoretaryg and Leslie Dahn, treasurer guided the Junior Class to the last doors it will open at Valley Forge. 1 1-2 BOTTOM ROW: Barb Ber- not, Cheryl Bennett, Carol Bart- lett, Evelyn Bevier, Sharon Be- develsky, Lynn Barto, Bar- bara Belskis, Linda Benke. SECOND ROW: Barb Bentler, Diane Blanda, Ellen Bier, Janet Bernacki, Pat Bene, Noreen Berna, Sue Benedict. THIRD ROW: Debbie Beal, Barb Bartell, Barry Bauer, Bob Bielawski, Elaine Benich, Bill Bedillion, Tom Becker. FOURTH ROW: J o- seph Bishop, Dale Bittner, Bill Becka, Wayne Blabolil, Dennis Batig, Ross Black, Ralph Bittel. NOT PICTURED: Barbara Ber- dysz. 1 1-1 BOTTOM ROW: Suzie Arndt, Pat Baker, Linda Abens, Grace Ackerman, Linda Alston, Kathy Balogh, Kathy Banker, Mary Anne Balotta. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Adair, Sue Aiello, Jackie Armstrong, Sam Barile, Gary Amore, Rick Baird, Dave Barry. THIRD ROW: Dorrie Adams, George Baronak, Mike Baranuk, John Barnes, Jay Ba- loun, Al Baichner, Bill Auvil. FOURTH ROW: John Atamanec, Carl Anderson, Rich Adams, Jim Armstrong, Phil Bartek, George Arenschield, Nick Amaddio, Greg Barber. NOT PICTURED: Joyce Balint. Presenting the Class of 1966 11-3 BOTTOM ROW: Torn Bores, Ann Burhoe, Monica Brozak, Sandy Bozik, Shirley Busch, Elizabeth Caldwell. SEC- OND ROW: Donna Burke, Bob Burg, Jane Burnell, Jane Bor- ling, Shirley Callaghan, Mary- beth Bogesch. THIRD ROW: Pat Brand, Sharon Bray, Janet Brown, Eileen Bulcroft, Dan Bonfield, Mike Bodnar. FOURTH ROW: George Bush, Brad Burgess, Bob Brent, Wal- lis Calaway, Joe Bogar, Barbara Brada. 11-4 BOTTOM ROW: Dyanne Carr, Cheryl Cioletti, Pat Cio- letti, George Chanter, Lynne Casey, Geraldine Chappell, Carne Cheris. SECOND ROW: Dale Cardwell, Larry Coates, Marlene Cochran, Jan Childs, Joyce Clark, Cheryl Connor. THIRD ROW: Diana Chapman, Joan Cassese, Kathy Carroll, Rosemarie Chubokas, Donna Cole, Jim Comienski, Carolyn Carretta. FOURTH ROW: Sue Christian, Doug Colaric, Ron Cimmino, Chris Conover, Mike Chaky, Marlene Chrewan. NOT PICTURED: Gary Chmielarski, Christine Chmielewski, Chris- tine Colonna. Juniors Look Forward to New Privileges "There goes my money for the game." Students relax after a hard day at school. 11-5 BOTTOM ROW: Rosanne Dagata, Diane Daransky, Con- nie DeOreo, Katie Cosby, Carla Conway, Diane Davis, Linda Deacon. SECOND ROW: Leslie Dahn, Nancy Custer, Kathy Darmstadt, Daisy Danelishen, Jim Day, Alan Coyner, Mike Daniels. THIRD ROW: Linda Dech, Greg Davis, Cindy Cook Mike Dagnan, Donna Demko, Ernie Csire, Gerrie Deli. FOURTH ROW: John DeGird- lamo, Gary Davis, Tom Cooper, Cal Craig, Jim Danelishen, Jim Dalessandro, John Decker. NOT PICTURED: Kay Cutter. 11-6 BOTTOM ROW: Sue Do- dick, Elaine Dunn, Marcia Duke, Margie Dowdell, Diane Eggett, Bernadette Devlin, Charleen Deucher, Jackie Faul- kenstein. SECOND ROW: Fran- ces Eckerfield, Ed Eibel, Russ Eging, Bob Elwood, Penny Ey- man, Sue Dzurik, Karen Dinse. THIRD ROW: Anthony Durda, Chester DiBenedetto, Dave Fa- bian, Jerry Docktor, Dusty Dornbrook, Joe Drago, Jim Eden, Bernie Diable. NOT PIC- TURED: Margaret Devera, Gary Dillon, Thomas Duffy, Dianne Dumford, Philip Ellinwood. Responsibilities and Experiences Performance finds juniors deep in concentration. 11-'7 BOTTOM ROW: Diane Floro, Barb Fox, Christine Fer- encz, Judie Frank, Marie Gallo, Vicki Fratalonie, Tim Fergu- son. SECOND ROW: George Flamik, Larry Ferrini, Sue Fierle, Sandi Felice, Nancy Gal- dun, Karen Faulhammer. THIRD ROW: Barbara Foster, John Fricker, Pat Franklin, Ed Flegel, Jim Fuller, Andy Fitiak, Craig Faubel. FOURTH ROW: Dan Flick, Len Fiore, Tom Filous, Chuck Gainey, Mike Frolin, Bob Fischer, Jon Fisher. Juniors supply coffin for "Bulldogs" 1 1-8 BOTTOM ROW: Cindy Gil- christ, Cheryl Golem, Carol Goodwin, Nadine Godman, Janet Graham, Lucy Giaimo, Judy Goebl, Rosemary Gradine. SECOND ROW: Tom Glennon, Bill Gibson, Bob Grace, Tim Galvin, Bryan Gravatt, Mike Gerace, John Gannon, Rudy Germ, Connie Granfors. THIRD ROW: Jeff Genzen, Al Graham, Jim Gorey, Jim Gartman, John Graber, Francis Goodwin, Bruce Girosky, Richard Gray. 11-9 BOTTOM ROW: Jim Har- lan, Kathleen Hanson, Janelle Green, Judy Haug, Linda Haug, Pat Guenther, Sue Harrison, Sue Harris, Linda Hamula. SECOND ROW: Lynn Grunau, Judy Grigas, John Grove, De- anna Haberkost, Diane Haller, Norma Hamilton, Karen Guth- rie, Alice Haller. THIRD ROW: Dan Haupt, Bob Gresko, Mike Groenke, Melinda. Hammond, Melanie Hammond, Roger Har- per, Don Hartman, Steve Ha.- busta. FOURTH ROW: Terry Hartman, Ted Grecenuk, Ken- neth Hagenberger, Anthony Hadovsky, Emil Greenburg, Chuck Hasman, Mike Gudin, Eileen Hannan. Now is the Time to Plan for the Future 11-10 BOTTOM ROW: Donna Hunter, James Horvath, Barb Hinegardner, Carol Hesseman, Sherry Hynes, Carol Hudson, Jan Hribar. SECOND ROW: Lynda Hertel, Pat Hawran, Amelia Hodge, Barb Hornalck, Geri Hunt, Pat Hosic. THIRD ROW: Gloria Hooker, Darrell Hayn, Sue Henninger, Ellen Hill, Ron Heppner, Pete Hei- denreich, Bill Hehmeyer. FOURTH ROW: Joe Hruby, John Hemmings, Bob Hepp, John Hlavaty, Chuck Horvath, Judi Holm. NOT PICTURED: Donna Herron, Joyce Hibian, Jerry Hill, Jean Hulec. "Hey MT- Uhlifl, what now?" Junior Archive staff toiling' to meet deadline. 1 1-1 1 BOTTOM ROW: Fran Im- brigiotta, Barbara Jagusch, Donna J ech, Joe Immormino, Barbara Jacobi, Maryjane Ja- cobs. SECOND ROW: Christina Jarvis, Ethel Jefferson, Diane J avorsky, Linda Immormino, Barbara J avorsky, Sharon Jor- gensen. THIRD ROW: Christine Jackson, Lyn Jicha, Sandy Jar- musik, Rita Jovan, Sue Johns- ton, Pat Jones. FOURTH ROW: Sylvi J unno, Bob Jackson, Den- nis J ablonski, Dick Ivanoic, Su- san Jadrych, Becky Isenhath. NOT PICTURED: Beverly Ja- cobs. Home economic students practice on classmates. "Standing on the corner . . . " 1 1-12 BOTTOM ROW: Lou Katzan, Pauline Kirstein, Sue Kalilich, Joyce Kaska, Kathy Kafun, Dwain Kibler. SECOND ROW: John Kirby, Ed Kettler, Jim Kerlin, Mary Ellen Kar- ales, Lin Kinbaum, Sharon Ka- minski. THIRD ROW: Mara Kaugurs, Joyce Karlosky, Sue Kinsman, A1 Kapustar, Dave Karnowski, Frank Kish. FOURTH ROW: Ron Kerner, Greg' Kapela, Dennis Kalita, Gary Kader, Ken Kasnyik, Lee Kamps. NOT PICTURED: Ka- ren Kepes. Enthusiasm is the Junior Password 11-13 BOTTOM ROW: Dolly Kloos, Caralyn Kuhar, Caren Klingman, Veronica Kish, Nina Krawchenko, Sharon Knapik, Pat Kolman. SECOND ROW: Cathy Kittinger, Michele Kopp, Linda Kolthoff, Tom Klima, Ron Kontur, Karen Koe- nig. THIRD ROW: Diane Ko- ziol, Nancy Kronenberger, Gail Kulcsar, Nancy Kotasek, Lois Kreko, Rich Komar, Neal Kleiss. FOURTH ROW: Dave Krisak, John Kocoja, Chris Ko- zimor, Bernie Kozak, Dave Krisky, Toby Kolman. NOT PICTURED: Diana Kolibaba, Edward Kost. 11-14 BOTTOM ROW: Linda Lanzer, Mike Kulczycki, Karen LeHotan, Diane Leiby, Tony Lanza, Barb Kurtz, Marge Latza. SECOND ROW: Chris La- tos, Joanne Legan, Shiela. Lau- ger, Sally Lamb, Darlene Leg- gett, Dan Lanzdorf, Dan Kup- niewski, Bruce Latter. THIRD ROW: Karen Lee, Paul Lemire, John Kurak, Joe Lacek, Gary Leahy, John Lascko, Larry La- tine. NOT PICTURED: Judy Lasko. Linda enjoys the solitude of an undisturbed study hall. 1 1-15 BOTTOM ROW: Tina Lo- pez, Marlene Lucas, Judi Luke, Barb Loftis, Judy Marr, Pat Marhefka., Tom Lutz. SECOND ROW: Sally Loika, Dave Low- dermilk, Greg' Lioce, Mary Leo- nard, Judy Lerch, George Lig- nos, Mary Littman. THIRD ROW: Mike Mack, Linda Mackert, Mary Lou Marginian, Gary Lukasik, Denny Marsoun Tom Liptay, Julius Liguori. FOURTH ROW: Wayne Ma- koski, Lance Malusky, Jim Maradits, Joe Lempner, Joe Lu- bowicz, Andy Maar. NOT PIC- TURED: Gloria Lincoln, Char- leen Lo Paro. 91 1 1-1 '7 BOTTOM ROW: Charlene Myers, Monica Mitzo, Judy Mil- ler, Shari Nechvatal, Sarah Moose, Linda Miller, Barbara Moser. SECOND ROW: Rita Mil- ler, Kenneth Mohler, Bob Mi- leti, Diane Nehez, Linda Nato, Sandy Murphy, Lynn Need- ham. THIRD ROW: Phillip Mo- lina, Eugene Mion, Tim Necker, Scott Musheno, Ken Nayman, Bill Mooradian. FOURTH ROW: Dan Monoc, Dale Mitchell, Tim Mikulas, Ron Miller, Dave Nawrocki, Ed Moore, Mike Mle- cik. "Grrrrrrreat!" 1 1-16 BOTTOM ROW: Jim Ma- tea, Jim Metz, Marian McNoldy, Marty McDonald, Renee Mei- bert, Kathy Mehalik. SECOND ROW: Joe Martin, Ellen Mayer- nik, Sandy Matuska, Joann Mi- chalske, Marty McCulloch, Neil Martens. THIRD ROW: Kim Meyer, Gene Melhuish, Gary Martinez, Bill McCleave, Vince Marzola, Rich Martin. FOURTH ROW: Rich Maudsley, David Mathews, Doug Marx, Ron Matyk, Tom May. NOT PIC- TURED: Robert Mawhinney, Gifford Meyer. Loyalty is Enthusiasticall 11-18 BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Pace, Richard Oshiro, Kathy Nowak, Rita Paul, Joanne Pape, Carol Noack, Marianne Neu- mann, Carol Nelson, Connie Nicholson, Lyn Ocetik. SEC- OND ROW: Greg Ornas, Emil Orenick, Jim Neumeyer, Ed Nemec, Mike O'Loughlin, Charles Nevins, Les Panik, Scott Painting. THIRD ROW: Pat Parks, Joe Paletta, Gerry Pall, Phil O'Toole, Terry Olive, Mary Obert, Tom Oktavec, Bob Obenauer. FOURTH ROW: Don Nikolai, Harold Parks, Ralph Olmutz, James Newell, Dave Niemi, Brian O'Donnell, Ron Pannell, Fred Palascak. NOT PICTURED: Margaret Nehring, Mary Rose Oprzadek, Greg Overbaugh, Mary Papushak. isplayed by Junior Cheerleaders "Well, what are we waiting for?'l "Girls, do you see what I see?" 1 1-19 BOTTOM ROW: Mary Jean Penksa, Pat Perek, Cheryl Peattie, Nancy Pipoly, Carolyn Pogalies, Penni Payne, Carol Podskalan. SECOND ROW: Peggy Peeper, Ernest Peck, Joe Peters, Sue Peters, Betty Per- esta, Ruthanne Payne, Aleta Pekar. THIRD ROW: Mary Pol- lak, Cliff Plants, John Poggen- dorf, Roger Peters, Dane Peshe, Tina Pawlak, Pam Perkins. FOURTH ROW: Ken Penkal, Craig Petersen, William Plachy, Marion Pawlowski, Bob Peters, Guy Perram, Carl Planicka, Wayne Pawuk. 1 1-20 BOTTOM ROW: Jennace Rhodes, Lee Poole, Judy Roush, Dave Rakow, Tom Reed, Lois Prenslow, Carol Richter. SEC- OND ROW: Lee Pulwer, Sandy Prusak, Lynn Reuben, Sue Ratzloff, Judy Prather, Linda. Rapp, Sherry Poole. THIRD ROW: Bob Przybys, Tom Rea., Marty Prakope, Linda Rebro- vich, Bill Reirnan, Gail Reigler, Jay Pudlock. FOURTH ROW: Denny Repp, Peter Renerts, Mel Radlick, Bob Rebar, Bob Rad- schuk, Joe Reeves, Al Redick. NOT PICTURED: Joan Re- quarth, Karen Richardson. 1 1-21 BOTTOM ROW: Laurene Rodgers, Bob Russo, Mike Rust, Kathi Riley, Dennis Rusynyk, Jerry Rodgers. SEC- OND ROW: Linda Sartini, Barb Sartini, Craig Roberts, Bill San- ders, Michael Sabol, Dan Roark. THIRD ROW: Richard Sahlay, Bob Sandor, Jerry Rus- nak, Jo Ann Rospierski, Gary Rodgers, Jim Roth. FOURTH ROW: Jay Salzer, Andie Roska- vich, Chuck Robbins, Jim Robertson, Paul Santora, Jim Ross. NOT PICTURED: Syd Sams. w 1 w W i L Juniors Excel in "My Fair Lady" "Let's have a hootenanny . . 11-23 BOTTOM ROW: Holly Shumway, Pat Stahurski, Marge Stebelski, Linda Sluss, Rita Smith, Sandy Stelma, Jack Soppelsa, Roger Speck, Steve Slifko. SECOND ROW: Linda Spicer, Jim Sheridan, Karen Spanagel, Terry Smith, Dolly Sollberger, Lin Shelton, Carol Shaw, Mike Starr. THIRD ROW: Charlotte Skinger, Linda Skura, Reola Socha, Larry Smeyak, Jack Sonneborn, Jane Speck, Joe Soltesz, Sarah Snow- den.FOURTH ROW: Dick Sten- der, Cliff Silverman, Jim Shott, Dan Sikorski, Gary Smeal, Bob Speers, Ed Shorts. NOT PIC- TURED: Gary Sherman. 11-22 BOTTOM ROW: Dorian Shatto, Donna Sawitzke, Dale Schubert, Pat Schulz, Karen Schulz, Barbara Schuerger, Eileen Schmidt. SECOND ROW: 'Florence Savich, Linda Schlen- kerman, Linda Schwark, Elaine Scullin, Karen Sevcik, Sue Schaefer, Bill Senesi. THIRD ROW: Bill Schulz, Joan Sebek, Curt Schulte, Jim Schmidt, Roger Schultz, Dale Sellers, Don Schwarzer. FOURTH ROW: Ken Sebastian, Joe Scavone, Charles Schmeler, John Se-tar, Dan Schenek, Joe Scolaro, Bob Schott, Rudy Schlief. NOT PICTURED: Thelma Shartzer. Mel and Larry greet juniors as they enter Oriental para- dise. 11-24 BOTTOM ROW: Chris Thomas, Mike Stineman, Nancy Thiel, Paula Stinich, Sandy Sutton, Carl Thomas. SECOND ROW: Tim Taylor, Larry Sunyak, Pat Stoddard, Linda Streett, Karen Swartz- lander, Sally Szekeres. THIRD ROW: Jack Thompson, Pete Sturtevant, Dan Swiatek, Donna Sutak, Sarah Tanzi, Debra Stuart. FOURTH ROW: Steve Swalley, Dave Thompson, Mike Textoris, Dale Straw- hacker, Pat Sturtevant. NOT PICTURED: Paul Stokey, Ray Terry. Weeks on and Hard 11-25 BOTTOM ROW: Toni Vaccaro, Cheryle Todaro, Diane Timoteo, Twighla Varner, Carol Vacca, Kris Tuomala., Paulette Titus. SECOND ROW: Theresa Toscano, Kathy Toth, Carol Vitcha, Mary Lou Van Den Haute, Suzanne Vargo, Linda Visosky, Diana Trojan. THIRD ROW: Marianne Tulenko, Di- ane Tvorik Robert Valent, Bruce Turrie, Richard Van Os Keuls, John Ur5an,' Regle Ve- verka. FOURTH ROW: Allan Tillman, Dale Tomusko, Michael Veale, A1 Vensky, Larry Voglein, Ray Vajdik, Andy Trebisovsky. NOT PIC- TURED: Vivien Todhunter, Linda Vargo, Candace Vickers. 1 1-26 BOTTOM ROW: Pat War- ren, Linda Warren, Carol West- brook, Joyce Wallner, Peggy Walter, Gaye Wandt, Becky Winslow. SECOND ROW: Bob Wehn, Cheriesse Winn, Joyce Waugh, Carolanne Wernig, Janet Werkner, Martha Weber, Gretchen Voll, Karen Weber. THIRD ROW: Vince Weber, Gary Weslek, Craig Watkins, Dale Warner, Gerald Wilson, Rose Wendt, Pam Warren. NOT PICTURED: Magdalena Wand- sohera. "Ahhh, now for a nice long drink of water' Hey save some water for the fishiesl ork Pay Off 111 an Unforgettable Evening 11-27 BOTTOM ROW: Linda Zarko, Nancy Yusi, Maryann Woodford, Andrea Zvolensky, Maryanne Zavodny, May Soly- nas, Melanie Yoch, Judy Zam- bory, Kathy Yancu. SECOND ROW: Joan Zehnder, Barbara Zima, Tim Zingale, Ray Zizka, Gary Yano, Mary Ann Zegarac, Terry Zupan, Richard Wisz. THIRD ROW: Tony Zito, Albert Zernitz, Thomas Zelenka, Bob Wolkan, Julie Witkowski, Rob- ert York, Bill Yankee, Terry In- graham. FOURTH ROW: Wayne Wightman, Larry Wolanski, Steve Ziats, Jim Wohl, Willie Yurcheshen, Joanne Zitney, Greg Zanders, Tom Kruggel. NOT PICTURED: Stanley Wo- dek, Joan Wukovich. president Dave Rudyk Bonnie Walkup vice-president Miss Thelma Kanaris adviser Sue Schwan Sharon Koster secretary treasurer SGPI-IOMORES The Sophomore Class opened many new doors during their first year at Valley Forge. The first function of the class was to elect officers. Dave Rudyk was chosen presidentg Bon- nie Walkup, vice-presidentg Sue Schwan, secretaryg Sharon Koster, treasurer. Advised by Miss Thelma Kanaris, the class participated in many different activities such as the school spirit contest. The junior varsity teams did their best to bring honor to Valley Forge. The class of '67 completed the year with a feeling of accomplishment. The Sophomore Dance, which highlighted the year, left them eager to return as juniors. 10-2 BOTTOM ROW: Betsy Bloomquist, Marilyn Bohm, Karla Brents, Linda Brooks, Cathy Binder, Ken Betcher, Bill Bott. SECOND ROW: Judy Bo- beck, Joe Bowman, Greg Braun, Bonnie Black, Cathy Bier, Sandy Bennett, Rich Boyer. THIRD ROW: Betty Bromeier, Barry Black, Jim Bosar, Gloria Blaha, Janice Borota, Rich Boulware, Bill Boehme. FOURTH ROW: Carol Bernacki, Roberta Bokman, Don Biller, Dale Benson, Barbara Boysko, Anne Bernardina. NOT PIC- TURED: Renate Bestmann, Larry Bisson, Bonnie Blaising, Joanne Blandino, Richard Bohna, Gary Bracken. 10-1 BOTTOM ROW: Paul Bau- mann, John Andrews, Tim Becka, Larry Andrysco, Woody Barry, Lee Barylski, Al Beaton, Larry Anderson, Elie Abouser- hal. SECOND ROW: Barb An- drysco, Barb Arnold, Karen Bender, Cheryl Basch, Alice Ballasch, Rayetta Augaitis, Bob Basile, Dan Behrend. THIRD ROW: Jim Benesh, Gary Ah- med, Chris Baker, Susan Bel- knap, Kathy Becksted, Sharon Ashie, Linda Anderson, Pete Balog. FOURTH ROW: Jim Al- bert,Tim Barrett, Samuel Bang, Rich Beck, John Bednarik, Dar- ryl Bednarski, Marty Behner, Bob Alick. NOT PICTURED: Roselynn Azolino, Pamela Banko, Mary Belter. Presenting the Class of 1967 10-3 BOTTOM ROW: Gayle Cameron, Pat Burk, Diane Cal- fee, Pat Callahan, Jane Cam- erer, Jan Bump, Carol Cameron. SECOND ROW: Joan Bukhair, Tom Callaghan, Jack Burke, Jeannette Bucar, Sylvie Brucker, Karen Campbell, Jo Burdell. THIRD ROW: Bryan Burney, Don Burge, Tom Cal- kins, Bud Carbone, Jeff Bur- meister, Roger Cappallo. FOURTH ROW: Tom Brown, David Calfee, Les Carmean, Rich Campbell, Bruce Brown, Dan Brown. NOT PICTURED: Roger Cahal. 10-4 BOTTOM ROW: Dee Courts, Don Cochran, Rich Chmura, Paul Courtis, Cindy Caruso, Jim Conklin, Bill Clut- terbuck. SECOND ROW: Doug- las Clatterbuck, Jan Chesney, Linda Case, Carol Cashel, Terri Chesnik, Pam Chiles, George Coseriu. THIRD ROW: Kathy Carusone, Judy Caron, Guy Caruso, Frank Charvat, Leo- nard Chester, Diane Cerny, Kay Chandler. NOT PICTURED: Rita Chippy, Leonard Cole. Sophomores are Swept Up in the Sophomore homeroom quiet at last . . . . . . Well, it was! 10-5 BOTTOM ROW: Mitch Czech, Doug DeFranco, George Deepe, Linda Demeter, Helga Dietrich, Kathy Cydzik, Sam Delia. SECOND ROW: Pete Deoh, Patricia Deal, Denise De- nega, Marta Davis, Marsha Dea- con, Pat Devlin, Steve DiMaria. THIRD ROW: David Deitz, Tim Dagnan, Tom Decker, Dave Det- wiler, Chuck Detore, Carol Den- nison, Rida Dedo. FOURTH ROW: Jim Cutietta, Ron Dacre, Frank Dagata, Susan Deboe, Mike Dietrich, David Davis. NOT PICTURED: Shirley Davis, David Davison, John Devera. 10-6 BOTTOM ROW: Thomas Dompier, Debbie Dorsey, Di- ane Dietz, Pat Egan, Linda Doering, Lorie Dingethal, Paul Dimitruk. SECOND ROW: Cora- lee Dorsey, Margieann Durda, Christina Durda, Jim Eging, Mike Dowdell, John Egan. THIRD ROW: Laurie DuBois, Jackie Downs, Raymond Dju- basak, Clark Dougan, Jon Doer- inger, Belinda Dray, Steve Doyle. FOURTH ROW: Jeff Dur- dil, Diana Drake, Marty Dom- browski, John Drickamer, Karl Dietz, James Drickamer, Dave Diamas. NOT PICTURED: Di- anne Dort, Patricia Doyle, James Dwyer. Excitement O Officers' Election i 10-'7 BOTTOM ROW: Susan Ep- pich, Chris Fields, Judy Esch- back, Joe Felice, John Faenza, Warren Enyart. SECOND ROW: Doug Evancic, John Eppich, David Egyed, Chris Filson, Elizabeth Fair, Vicky Eltrich, Larry Faust. THIRD ROW: Gene Epstein, Bonnie Finn, DeeDee Estenik, Gay Ellis, Nick Fer- retti, Frank Filous. FOURTH ROW: Vince Faia, Frank Faza- kas, Greg Fischer, Tom Fahr- land, Steve Fialkowski, Dave Fill, Jim Ehrbar. NOT PIC- TURED: Jackqueline Elko, Di- ane Erdman, Elaine Firestone. 10-8 BOTTOM ROW: Diane Freitas, Linda Fletcher, Janet Florian, Kathy Fitzgerald, Wayne Fowler, Bev Frick, Chris Florio, Susan Fischer, Linda Friedrich. SECOND ROW: Linda Foster, Karen Francis, Eileen Eranczak, Pat Frohman, Bonnie Frederick, Kathleen Ford, Nancy Flowers, John Franko. THIRD ROW: Joe Frey, David Fox, Donna Galmarini, Ann Fraser, Joan Folop, Thomas Gahan, Pete Fuizzotti, Jim Gannon. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Forchoine, Bob Gan- tose, Henry Frederick, Dennis Ganss, Bob Frederick, Rich Forman, Dave Fry, Howard Fretter. 'HM 102 10-9 BOTTOM ROW: Dennis Gazdick, Kathy Gill, Ron Golas, Tom Granfors, Jeanne Garland, Mary Geiger, Gene George. SECOND ROW: Jim Gill, John Gib, Diane Casior, Jan Garrett, Pat Grady, Diane Graham. THIRD ROW: Jeannette Granke, Jirn Green, Paul Grenda, Rick Gray, Mary Geschke, Carol Goldner. FOURTH ROW: John Graham, Don Greider, Ken Gate, Claudia Gerzeny, Tom Gartman, Karl Griffith. From Confusion to Confidence 10-11 BOTTOM ROW: Bob Holz, Al Heise, Judy Herbold, Charlene Heil, Sandy Hebe- brand, Donna Hill, Shirley Helms, Phyllis Holzschu. SECOND ROW: Ron High, Jeff Honzik, Scott Hewis, Richard Holt, Sue Hinckley, Kathie Her- rity, Dave Heise, THIRD ROW: Linda Hickman, Laura Holms, Kathryn Herendic, Joy Hoag, Rosemary Hoflich, Dennis Hickey, Ted Heider. FOURTH ROW: Fran Hoban, Edward Holt, Robert Holzworth, Art Heppner, Sherman Hirsh, Jo- seph Hollo, Burne Hill. NOT PICTURED: Charles Hays, Don- ald Hicks, Raymond Hill, Karl Hofstron. 10-12 BOTTOM ROW: Roseline Imperial, Kevin Horrigan, John Jakovcic, Alan Jakubowski, Sandi Jefferson, Linda Janosko. SECOND ROW: Caro- lyn Horky, Debbie Hurr, Sue Horvath, Linda Horvath, Sue Ingersoll, Christine Jagusch. THIRD ROW: Mary Indellicati, Bill Ihde, Torn Jackson, Paul Humenik, Lou J anda, Pat Ia- cano, Al J ablonski. FOURTH ROW: David Jerome, Lawrence Jennings, Mark Hummel, Steve Hotaling, Dave J akubs, Carl Hovanes. NOT PICTURED: Gail J ensch. 10-10 BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Harnak, Andrea Haug, Janice Haug, Sandra. Hansen, Karen Hall, Judi Hartman, Diane Gru- nau, Michael Hanna. SECOND ROW: John Griger, Alan Grove, Terry Hartleib, Andrea Hor- ohar, Karen Hardy, Nancy Ha- vens, Nancy Henning. THIRD ROW: Bill Gural, Linda Grig- ger, Rita Guska, Carol Gudin, Fred Hack, Kirk Hamula, Dale Habig, Roberta Hasek. FOURTH ROW: Jim Hace, Rich Groom, Dennis Hales, Bob Gural, Mark Gumz, Jeff Gro- dell, Carol Hartleib. NOT PIC- TURED: Dan Grisak, Steve Guth, Glenn Harrigal. 4 "I insist you do it my way!" 10-13 BOTTOM ROW: Laura Jira, Sue Kempton, Linda Ken- drick, Linda Johnson, Carl Kalkbrenner, Renee Jordan, Kathleen Kettler. SECOND ROW: Bob Kerr, Jim Kerins, Bob Kincart, Marie Karpowicz, Russ Kelch, Richard Kassouf. THIRD ROW: Bob Jurca, Rich- ard Kassouf, Bob Kassouf, Vicki Jones, Greg Joyce, Mike Jones, Sue Kachelein. FOURTH ROW: Henry Jurand, Dave Johnson, Steve Jones, Andy Kereky, Steve Kasper, Steve Kaye. NOT PICTURED: Glenn Jones, Steven Keresztesi. JV Cheerleaders smile happily after their team's victory over Parma. Assemblies Pep Up Daily Routines 10-14 BOTTOM ROW: Debbie Kolke, Beverly King, Joy Kirk- patrick, Tom Krech, Joe Ko- cian, Dale Kotalik, Chris Kova- lenko, Marge Knable. SECOND ROW: Shirley Kroboth, Jane Kott, Liisa Kling, Sherrie Koch, Darlene Koehn, Deborah Koehn, Phil Kraus, Tom Ko- eaja.. THIRD ROW: Pat Krafcik, Karen Kircher, Carol Kish, Karla Kreuscher, Klaus Koeh- ler, Howard Komora, Debbie Kraynak, Sharon Koster. FOURTH ROW: George Klan, Charles Kovacic, Clay Kowar, Bill Koopman, Gary Kinzy, Larry Kozimor, Don Kromer, Julius Kocka. NOT PICTURED: Bill Kresanko. 10-15 BOTTOM ROW: Linda Lawrence, Mary Lampert, Angela Lanza, Heidi Kuntz, Betty Lamb, DeeDee Landis, Terry Kuhn. SECOND ROW: Bob Kurka, Margie Lane, Ben Kucinski, Jim Laux, Anita Kry- siak, Nancy Labuda, Sharon Lawler. THIRD ROW: Jeff Lati- mer, George Lacek, William Lantzer, Carl Kuhn, Bill Law- son, Jim Kuznar. FOURTH ROW: Charles Langston, Gregory Kunz, Wayne Kugler, George Lange, Richard Lasky, Gayle Kubit, Barb Lambert. NOT PICTURED: Keith Kuba- lanza. "Hail, Hail, the gang's all here . . . " 10-16 BOTTOM ROW: Karen Lutz, Cindy Lubowioz, Marija. Levnajic, Diane Lindway, Mary Loparo, Louise Legan. SEC- OND ROW: Rick Lieberman, Linda Lew, Sharon Lindsen, Fred Maoron, Lois Lengyel, Dane Lovelady. THIRD ROW: Rolf Ludwig, Debi Luka, Ken Lee, Lane Lovelady, Chris Lou- den, Carolyn Link. FOURTH ROW: Mark Leppa, Mike Luich, Jim Lynch, A1 Littman, Scott Mackenzie. NOT PICTURED: Richard Long, Carol Lord. ry- C : a if 6 10-18 BOTTOM ROW: Debbie Mueller, Jane Morgan, Frances Miketa, Connie Morris, Sandy Monde, Toni Miller, John Mil- ler. SECOND ROW: Al Michaud, Kathy Moran, Bill Mozes, Dan Murphy, Roberta Mlcoch, Nancy Muldoon, Steve Mona- chino. THIRD ROW: Paul Mur- ray, Bob Mion, Dennis Moore, John Musolf, Kathy Mihalek, Ron Monachino, Mark Moss- hart. FOURTH ROW: Dick Minto, Jim Montgomery, Steve Miller, John Mitterholzer, Dale Mokaren, Dave Morse, Jim Mizanin. NOT PICTURED: Dale Mielke, Gary Molnar. 10-19 BOTTOM ROW: Sue Obloy, Tom Musto, Lois Neuzil, Dian Nemeth, Bill Nanni, Julie Norenberg, Pam Odell, Lee O'Lough1in. SECOND ROW: Sandra Nayman, Richard Nes- bit, Tom Niemynski, Mike No- votny, Cindi Overbeck, Jim Ok- tavec, Karen O'Hara. THIRD ROW: Dave Overton, Russell Nygeres, Allan Olsen, Andrew Naugle, Richard Novak, Pam Noll, Gail Neish, Carla Neu- becker. FOURTH ROW: Robert Nusser, Robert Myczkowski, Michael Onda, Winston Neu- becker, Paul Nielson, Benny Orzechowski, Nick Noll. NOT PICTURED: Emerson Myers, Steele Nowlin, David Nupp. 10-1 '7 BOTTOM ROW: Rosaline Marzola, Roseanne Mendlek, Jeff McCleave, Tom Malone, Lois McMillen, Jackie Mayer, Ann Matlak, Iris Mathis, Debi Mancuso, MaryAnn Mbiad. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Metro, Dan McGuire, Paul Melhuish, Kathy Maddox, Stan Mason, Craig Messerknecht, Cheryl Martin, Paula McCormick. THIRD ROW: James Melda, Bill Metzger, Bob Maudsley, Tom 'Ma,ika., Charles Mayo, Tim Kil- bane, Kathy Maden, Mina. Mapes. FOURTH ROW: Kalman May, Richard Mecke, Paul Mc- Donough, Jim Meinke, Jim Martis, Mike McNamara, Jerry Melnyk, Jim McNo1dy. NOT PICTURED: Charlotte Massoni, Bob McFarlane. Sophomores Become the Newes 10-20 BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Pfeil, Connie Phillips, Pam Owen, Jo Petitto, Jo Palicka, Donna Peattie, Diana Paine, Dave Parrish. SECOND ROW: Alan Paul, Marilyn Pawluk, Judy Payne, Tim Patterson, Pete Patakos, Rich Paletta, Ro- land Peshek. THIRD ROW: Jerry Petel, Sue Patla, Mike Pa- lange, Kathy Pachuta, Dick Perin, Walter Pavluk, Ernie Papp. FOURTH ROW: Laura Patchan, Pete Ozog, Dennis Pef- fer, Jim Parry, Ron Pesek, Sandy Palechka, Linda Palmer, Ken Pfister. embers of the Valley Forge Family 10-21 BOTTOM ROW: Ronald Priest, Lorrence Prenslow, Daniel Reynolds, Glen Pup- kiewicz, Greg' Reimer, Jackie Richards, Pat Raschke, Kathy Raschke. SECOND ROW: Bob Reust, Cynthia Polshak, Jack Resley, Ed Pragg, Maragaret Poe, Judy Reed, Danny Quast. THIRD ROW: Don Przybys, John Pruehs, Wayne Platten, Ward Porter, Rick Reeder, Jim Reichelt, Georgia Polesky, Tony Planas. FOURTH ROW: Richard Reiter, Victor Potapow, Bob Reeder, Cliff Reust, John Reho, Don Reiman, Mike Rad- loff. NOT PICTURED: John Podhradsky, Diana Rahal. 10-22 BOTTOM ROW: Dave Rutti, Maureen Rizzo, Dianne Roark, Cyndee Rudolph, Louise Rusnak, Art Richmond. SECOND ROW: Lynn Ruddy, Sylvi Roush, Chris Roksandic, Peter Roberts, Linda Roberts, Debbie Ricketts. THIRD ROW: Tom Ruth, Conni Risher, Bar- bara Robertson, Patty Rohfeld, Beth Rooney, Pat Rusnak. FOURTH ROW: Tom Rustic, Don Roeper, Jim Rieter, Jim Richardson, Dave Rudyk, Eu- gene Ryan. NOT PICTURED: Pat Ruvolo, Alex Ritzinger, Barb Rushefski. 107 E z ,E .QA 3 2 l 5: K Apt history student shares knowledge with classmates. 10-23 BOTTOM ROW: Donn Sachs, Lance Ryan, Barb Sado, Carolyn Schoenthal, Anita Schieman, Valerie Sarfi, Kathy Sandor, Sally Schmid. SECOND ROW: Barb Schnoor, Kathy Schaefer, Mike Sawicki, Carol Schlegelmilch, Judy Sargent, Christina Schindler, Joann Santell. THIRD ROW: George Salamalekis, Mary Schmeler, Judy Schock, Jim Schmidt, Larry Scaletta, Bill Schaefer, Lynn Sasena, Pat Schmitt. FOURTH ROW: Dan Scholz, Mike Schmidt, John Schmidt, Alan Salamon, Jim Sako, Ron Schlager, Mel Saleem. 10-24 BOTTOM ROW: Carol Schwarten, Karen Sevinsky, Kathy Sohommer, Sue Schwan, Sue Ann Schultz, Carla Scho- Winsky. SECOND ROW: Barb Sevinsky, Darlene Schwarz- mann, Bonnie Schroedel, Rita Sellers, David Sellman, Mari- lyn Seman. THIRD ROW: Karen A. Schulz, Debbie Schumann, Bill Schwarzer, Karen L. Schulze, Kay Sevinsky, Jim Sgro. FOURTH ROW: Jan Schwanke, Jim Sears, Jack Se- bek, Dave Schuetz, Larry Schultz, Susan Schoneberger. NOT PICTURED: Chris Schus- ter, Cynthia Schutt. Sophomores Close Another Important Door "Three in a seat, please." 10-26 BOTTOM ROW: Donna Sorochak, Paulette Sonnen- berg, Christine Stevens, Carol Stead, Terry Stephen. SECOND ROW: Terry Stefanik, Linda Stevens, Chris Sopyla, Nikki Stevens, Jean Staskus, Vince Spittal. THIRD ROW: Ron Stew- art, Jim Spry, Bill Spindler, Darleen Sterie, Jim Stewart. NOT PICTURED: Charles Speck, Christine Stash, Barb Stockum. 10-25 BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Snayd, Val Sidor, Debby Sing'- erman, Linda Sherwood, Ber- nice Smolinski, Cynthia Shi- melonis, Linda Smyczek, Joyce Shuster. SECOND ROW: Chris Smith, Richard Siwinski, Mari- lyn Slivka, Barbara Sipko, Cathy Skladany, Susan Shaw, Gay Skala. THIRD ROW: June Singleton, Larry Silverman, Greg' Sheldon, Bob Slis, Art Sin- delar, Rich Shaproski, Jack Snider. FOURTH ROW: Ted Solomon, Terry Shifflett, Jeff Shibley, Mike Sisi, Ed Sien- czak, Chuck Shawan, A1 Si- kula. Sophomore walks through courtyard shad- ows. 10-27 BOTTOM ROW: Sandy Szoke, Chris Szafranski, Chris- tine Strommer, Linda Thomas, Gloria Suchy, Sally Swan, Chris Timoteo. SECOND ROW: Sandra. Tahsler, Elaine Thom- son, Theresa Szelenyi, Sandra Timm, Helen Stroh, Donna Stuchlak, Mary Subin. THIRD ROW: Joe Stolz, Greg Stolph, George Telmanik, Tim Thomp- son, Bob Takacs, George Ta- tarka, Don Thompson. NOT PICTURED: Sandy Szegedi, Kathy Thompson. Sophomores Are Eager 10-28 BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Van Den Haute, Laura Tulloch, Louis Vacha, Doug Uzelac, Ralph Toth, Nancy Vlasuk, Ju- dith Usko. SECOND ROW: Di- ane Tornabene, Charlyn Van, Greg Vickers, Darlene Toth, Rick Toth, Pat Volk, Janet To- masch. THIRD ROW: Beverly Vinicky, Darryl Tinay, Larry Torok, Eddie Urbanek, Bob Voelkel, Patricia Trager. FOURTH ROW: Frank Tolar, Jill Trytek, Mike Tisma, Rich- ard Ulisky, Gary Toghill, Mary Ann Tokmenko. NOT PIC- TURED: Tom Tucker, Robert Uhr, Rae Claire Uzl. 10-29 BOTTOM ROW: Rich Warnser, Monica Wensing, Joyce Whitney, Connie Walters, John Wagner, Bonnie Walkup, Mike Weber. SECOND ROW: Kathy Welch, Carol Wallace, Wanda Watts, Judy Waffen, Pat Wlotzko, John Washko. THIRD ROW: Rosett Wiersch, Linda Wagner, Mike Watkins, Dennis White, Agnes Wilson, Bob Weber. FOURTH ROW: Linda Wachter, Tom Wladyka, Brian Weatherholt, Carl Weiss, Ken Wessler, Phyllis Wilk. NOT PICTURED: Kathleen Wantz, David Warswick. "Such price glory!" o Become Upperolassmen 10-30 BOTTOM ROW: Linda Ziegler, Lauree Zarzycki, Pa- tricia Zingheim, Carolyn Zingalie, Darlene Waterbury, Carol Zingale, Sandra Zag- wodzki. SECOND ROW: Lidia Zaharchenko, Anna Zehnder, Marge Zambory, Barbara Yu- has, Bill Zizka, Charlene Yan- chak, Nancy Zielinski, Pat Yusi. THIRD ROW: Rita Wolff, Kathy Zill, Sherrie Zoch, Donna Zahorcak, Larry Zajac, Eugene Zanko, Ken Zubal, Dennis Zido. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Zrenner, Cheryl Youngmann, Dale Zad- zilka, James Wolf, Jerry Zim- mer, Wayne Zunt, Donna Wolf, Anthony Zemaitis. NOT PIC- TURED: Jeff Wood, Marge Wyner. SPCDRTS 2 E 2 E 2 i 3 K E E s 2 fi Z Q ' ' V 2' Y V Nw 5 ' Q ,gfkffsffwgyy-2523 jgfjgg 'yqggmj vii' A :v':a,w,",f fWww2a:ir:fzf lk- Vit w2mmiw:w,1:maffi l , X QQN 1 1 or 2 w Em J: JJ xg A W K f xi y lx Ail- Y' RJ VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Mikulas Moore, Stuchlak, Huge, Peck, Ross. SECOND ROW? Coach Fritszche, Dagata, DiAng'e1o, Cahal, Witkowski s Musheno, Varabkanich, Speck, Bourquin, Sency, Kenc- son, Guska, Scheutzow, Juratovio, Palumbo, Zavotka, Paul. THIRD ROW: Coach Parrish, Coach Carlo, Martin Marzola, Palascak, McC1eave, Drago, Heidenreich Auvil, Doskocil, Pogendorf, Barbarrota, Rust, Rodgers, Dagnan, Coach Calabria. FOURTH ROW: Redick, Ma.- kowski, Barber, Textoris, Sadowski, Calaway, Voglein, Meyer, Fackler, Smeil, Topor, Snyder, Shorts, O'Too1e, Coach Rarnlow. FIFTH ROW: Dornbrook, Stahlberg, Boiani, Zaremba, Bartek, Yurcheshen, Gainey, Kijanko, Perram, Petrus, Mallok, Malek, Cooper, Gaitrnan, Kader. Coach beams as Patriots place first in LEL. Captain Dave Kencson Tony Kijanko Ed Zarernba X, - -.1 YV K 1 ,Y L N-" , KT QW, F 1 1 7 1 xx ' , ,,-' ,- ,- 7' ,L 1 ,f 1. , K ,R 1 - 1 If , , -k, '.,.9 .. , 'A f 5 , XT - 1 A J 11, 1 in - . ,, 4 , V x P Q gf r-,X , ,,.f!' 5, ,L,-'Lf wif V .1 I r A . - M4 Viz' fd xx :rv . 5, .,- ell. '- " 'I ' V f' A' ,' ' I A 1 f.. ' , 1 gl , , ,V 1 ' , I F.. 1. 41: .f I ,s L , H Lf' 7 - 'f ' , -L .y '1,1' .1 , 'sy I2 X x Q7 lv-Lf?" C -V ,ff ,V-,U JZ-17 'lb 4.4, 5, L -Af! kr ' - - M Ly 1 L of 1 , '-'---' f 1 , ,-adv' t, I ,' ."..,-gif ' cv., 1 f' . I ,f,,.:,., ' Lb, -'i'1k,.c, ff- , I ,J f O 1 IK ,.-' 1' W L, ' 1 -j i, 1 W 'L s I l N Mike Textoris bulls his way to a first down. Speck fakes out a would-be Panther tackler Sency brings down a. Parma halfback after a. short gain. H7 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Dallesan- dro, Weber, Baronak, Detore, Baronak, Burney, Dimi- truk, Nye. SECOND ROW: Pacopi, Gural, Groenke, Subin, Fuller, Charvat, Kempton, Melanik, Rea, Marr, In spite of Captain Rick Steinfadt's superb record of fifteen straight Wins, which was abruptly halted by a broken foot in the latter part of the season, the Harriers placed only sixth in competition with other LEL cross country teams. This year, the league's competition was quite strong. Three of the teams placed in Lempner. THIRD ROW: Melda, Pletka, Graham, Sulli- van, Reho, Kispert, Steinfadt, Higgins, Lange, Patric, Haberchak, Reichelt, Fisher, Coach Mindek. the top ten in the state. Last year Rick Steinfadt placed third in the state, but, due to his injury this year, he was not able to improve his rating. Coach Robert Mindek is optimistic about the team's future because of the potential displayed by the juniors and sophomores. Team Spirit Spurs on the 1964 Harriers Harriers work out for next meet. 8 Patroits clash with Euclid. Captain Rick Steinfaidt works out to improve his time. Patriots Raise a Racket for Victory Valley Forge's 1964 tennis team Won three games and lost four Closing three of the four matches by a 3-2 countj. The team placed fourth in the rugged LEL competi- tion. Under the coaching of Mr. James Riha, the netters practiced long hours. They continually strove for improvement and displayed both team and competitive spirit. The high spot of the season was the fall LEL Tournament Where David Bohmer and Dale Stelz were undefeated in the second doubles. The team had two three-year lettermen this yearg captain Donald Haberkost and David Bohmer. Bohmer and Stelz set for an undefeated season. I-Iaberkost swings for Victory TENNIS TE AM: BOTTOM R O W z Stelz, Daniels, Haberkost, Vever- ka. SECOND ROW: Mosshart, Bohmer, Folson, Joyce. Grapplers Pin the L.E.L. Championship WRESTLING TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Caufield, Weber, Coach Rudo, Drago, Cahal, Cooper, Corley, Sturtevant, Charvat, Hilfer, Buchholz, Wightman. SECOND ROW: Coach Ruper. For the second consecutive year, the wrestling team captured the Lake Erie League crown. Sharing the honor with Euclid High School, Valley Forge's Wrest- ling team ended the season with nine wins and one loss. The team's victories over Euclid and Parma were some of the high- lights of the season. Beginning in Novem- ber, the team worked hard to perfect their techniques and methods of strategy, but they also used much intuition in order to gain the hoped-for success. With Mr. Steve Rudo as coach, the team Went on to the district and state wrestling matches. Patriots 23 St. EdWard's 1 2 Patriots 3rd Greensville Tournament Patriots 8th Brecksville Tournament Patriots 24 Midpark 1 4 Patriots 1 8 Shaker 2 O Patriots 3 1 Heights 1 O Patriots 28 Shaw 3 Patriots 2 '7 Whitmore 1 5 Patriots 25 Euclid 1 3 Patriots 30 Brush 1 3 Co-champs 25 Parma 6 In their third season, the cagers met many rugged competitors. The basketball team opened its season by defeating Gar- field Heights and ended the league competi- tion with a victory over Lakewood. They placed fifth in the Lake Erie League with a final record of 8-11. Sophomore Jim Wolf was promoted to the varsity squad in the middle of the season. Outstanding members of the team, Dave Kencson and Tony Kijan- ko, who were members of the All LEL Team, set many records. Dave placed second in the league in scoring, was VF's top scorer, and established a new record in assists. Tony set the rebound record for the year. Although Coach John Broski is losing five seniors, he feels that prospects will be good because of the league winning Junior Varsity team. Valley Forge 49 Garfield 45 Valley Forge Shaker Valley Forge Heights Valley Forge Shaw Valley Forge Euclid Valley Forge Brush Valley Forge St. Peters' Valley Forge Parma Valley Forge Lakewood Valley Forge Shaker Valley Forge Heights Valley Forge Midpark Valley Forge Shaw Valley Forge Garfield Valley Forge Euclid Valley Forge Brush Valley Forge Parma Valley Forge Lakewood ,.- . - - ROW ONE: Trainer Mikulas, Coach Broski, Assistant Kapustar, Voglein, Bourquin, Ziats, Captain Kencson Coach Riha, Manager Tuggey. ROW TWO: Speck, Kijanko, Peters, Yurcheson, Steinfadt, Fricker, Petitto Kencson pulls down another rebound. Kijanko jumps for one of his famed hook shots. Senior Captain Dave Keno- SOI1. Senior Tony Kij anko 4 1 i T I I 1 Senior Jim Petitto. Senior Rick Steinfadt Senior Bill Bourquin Keglers Mark Down a Strike for Victory The Valley Forge Bowling team, coached by Mr. Kuttler, bowled their games at Linsz Superior Bowling Lanes. They were spon- sored by The Cleveland Press, the Bowling Proprietor's Association, and the Coca Cola Company. Every four weeks the team had challenge matches among its players. The season was twenty-two weeks long. BOWLING TEAM -BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Kuttler, Halal, Lee, Lieberman, Moynihan, Ivan- c i c . S E C O N D ROW: Vincler, Joi- nes, Spangler, Kir- cher, Goodwin, Leppa, Dacktor, Eby. TRACK TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Higgins, Patrick, Fitch, Varonek, Hoelter, Kispert, Slade, Taylor, Sandusky, Burhough, Truscello, Marinelli, Sency, Yurcheshen Meridian. SECOND ROW: Dornbrook, Hartman Dagnan, Steinfadt, Emmons, Hren, Revlock, Wisz, Sil- verman, Armstrong, Gibson, Ulman, Shorts, Varab- kanich. THIRD ROW: Speck, Mascul, Chanter, Early Cindermen Strive The 1963-1964 Valley Forge track team, composed of seventy-five boys, had an ex- cellent season. Defeating such teams as Parma, Shaw, and Shaker Heights, the team placed second in the Lake Erie League. They also took second place in the Berea Re- lays in which twenty-one teams participated and second in the Euclid Relays in which Pletka, Sturtevant, Taylor, Dietz, Flowers, Hill, Stead Pergl, Grady, Pogendorf, Kanezi. FOURTH ROW: Mar- tins, Calaway, Burgess, Barber, Heintel, Fackler, O'- Toole, Pedlock, Putz, Mlecik, Wydra, Lovelady, Swalley Fisher. FIFTH ROW: Pamer, Nye, Brueggers, Pigot Zaremba, Jankura, Bonk, Kunz, Schultz, Bloom, Phlas- uk, Kalina, Kasia, Moore. for LEL Crown ten teams partook. The one-mile relay team placed among the top ten in the state. The team was coached by Mr. Stan Parish, who was in charge of distance men: Mr. Joe Carlo, who was in charge of weight events, and Mr. Robert Ramlow who was in charge of sprinters and jumpers. Truscello tries for new mark in Parma meet. J k an ura practices to increase his distance, a Vaulter attempts to break his own record. Flying high to victory. "On your mark. Get set. Go!" The Baseball Team Slugs for Victories BASEBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Savarda, Petito, Wydran, Spangler, Taylor, Zayac, Kencson. SECOND ROW: Plechaty, Nowak, Paul, Hartlieb, Madey, Mellis, In spring, a young man's fancy turns to baseball. Twenty-five boys were chosen out of the sixty that tried out for the varsity team. Under the watchful eye of head coach Mr. Steve Rudo, the Valley Forge Patriots practiced daily beginning in March. The 1963-1964 team finished the season with a twelve-win nine-loss record. This record Mayer. THIRD ROW: Coach Broski, Coach Rudo, Marek, Arnold, Guska, Manager Mikulas. left us in fourth place, tied with Parma. Four members, Dick Nowack, Bob Plechaty, Dan Urban, and Gene Zayac were chosen for the West All Star Team. Bob Plechaty was se- lected as the most valuable player on the team. All home games were played at State Road Park. A Patroit takes a throw to put out a Brush Arc in "There goes anotherhitf' attempted steal. I GOLF TEAM-BOTTOM ROW: Coach Fritzsche, Meyer, Starre, Badema.n,,Corley, Scavone. SECOND ROW: Siebert, Van- Treuren, Such, Robertson, Goodwin, Chilcot, Speers, Meyer. Golf Practice Pays Off in Championship Dan Corley swings for successful season. The Valley Forge Golf Team was coached t by Mr. Fritzsche. Of the forty students who T tried out for the team only the best eight players were accepted. The team practiced every afternoon during the season. Ridge- wood Country Club was the home course but the team also played at Shaker Country club, Columbia Hills, and other courses. In 1964 the team won the LEL championship. Three players from that winning team returned this year. The goal of the team was not only to Win the LEL championship in 1965 but also to win the district tournament and qual- ify to play in the state tournament. Brian Starre tees off. Boys Participate in Intramurals "Particmpation,' was the key word for the Boys' Intr mural Program this year. The goal of th program was to reach as many boys as po sible with a varied, Well-balanced plan of a tivities. Enthusiasm for intra- mural sports was evident with over one- thousand taking an active interest. l Ozog shows is basketball skills. Some of the more popular sports were touch football, basketball, track, skiing, bowling, and vollyball. Team members of a varsity sport were not eligible for the intramural competition in that sport, but there were no restrictions on class or grade. Mr. Glenn Preising directed the program. Alertness is the key to intramural success. 'J il., .- rw' gvw J.V. FOOTBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Frey, Nem- ynski, Caruso, Grahme, Barylski, Priest, Nemick, Paul, Sgro, McCleave, Vickers, Coseriu, Parrish, Kearns Voeljkel. SECOND ROW: Mr. Preising, Mr. Schindler, Mr. Cangelosi, Mr. Younger, Uhr, Strejcek, Hill, Kuhn, McNoldy,Love1ady, Sawicki, McGuire, Dagnan, Stranic. H "f THIRD ROW: Solomon, Weatherholt, Jurca, Schuetz, Gumz, Kowar, Jerome, Lynch, Latimer,lKromer, Meicke, Schmidt, Tatarka. FOURTH ROW: Reimen, Greider, Jakubs, Kozimor, Fahrland, Beck, Mokaren, Mitter- holzer, Shibley, Rudyk, Pescek, Takacs, Biasotti, Gart- man. Junior Varsity Maintains Winning Spirit Coached by Mr. Glenn Preising, the junior varsity football team finished with a fine record of eight wins and two losses. They ranked in second place in the Lake Erie League. Stressing defense this year, the junior Patriots were defeated by only Cleve- land Heights and Lakewood. The junior varsity basketball team carried on the JV spirit. Coaching the team was Mr. James Riha, who emphasized shoot- ing and defense throughout the season. The boys' hard work helped them to finish the season with a fine record. This year's junior varsity Wrestling team was coached by Mr. John Ruper. Through rigid practice during the season, the team made a fine showing in the final league standings. "IB, 15, 48, Hike!" JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-BOTTOM ROW: Ganss, Jakubs, Vickers, Zubal, Sgro, Reiter. SECOND ROW: Fahrland, Heppner, Shibley, Mitterholzer, Miller, Rudyk, Coach Jim Riha. J .V.'S Cage the L E L Championship JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM-BOTTOM ROW: Gannon, Rust, Musolf, Yano, Novotny, Barry, Rusynyk, Zlflflfi, Slifko. SECOND ROW: Barylski, Dimitruk, Weber, Sowicki, Heidenreich, Burney, Speers, Swolley, Stepanik, Baird, Urban. THIRD ROW: J. McC1eave, Dalessandro, Solomon, B. McC1eave, Latimer, Kozimor, Gainey, Black, McNamara, Becker, Melda. FOURTH ROW: Papp, Reiman, Thompson, Caruso, Shis, Pupkiewicz. I I I Mr. Fritzsche 1, 3 Mr. Carlo 1 Football 1 Mr. Calabria 1 Mr. Parrish 1, 2 Track 2 4 x Golf 3 I I I 1 Mr. Broski 4, 15 I Mr. Ramlow 1, 2 I I 1 Basketball 4 X I Mr. Cangelosi 1 I FW ft... ' I SN -I1+g?k1p. 1,3 - - S ,L E - , -"' I I I .',, , I "',.. ' L"f ,q , ' W - M , .. ., I I X Mr. Riha 15 Mr. Preising 15 Mr. Younger 15 Junior Varsity 5 Mr. Shindler 15 I 1 - Mr. Ruper 1 5 Mr. Kuttler 6 1 Wrestling '7 Bowling 6 I Cross Country 8 Mr. Mindek 8 Mr. Rudo '7 LEADERS-BOTTOM ROW: Zavotka, Guska, Fiegland, Angelo, Lukacsko, Huge, B0iaI1i, SGIICY, KGIICSOIL Paul, Varabkanich, president, Bourquin, vice-president: Nikolai. THIRD ROW: Taylor, Cahal, Latimer, Jurca, Poole, Barylski, Greider. SECOND ROW: Vidmar, Di- Heidenreich, Harper, Stuchlak. Leaders Aid in Building the Body The Boys' Leaders of Valley Forge aided the physical education teachers by instruc- ting and demonstrating skills. The purpose of the organization was to train and give experience to boys who were interested in becoming physical education instructors. Push-ups are for strengthening the arms. A 3.5 scholastic average in physical educa- tion was required of the leaders. Mr. Fritz- sche advised the 35 members in their leading activities and special projects such as the annual surprise breakfast and participation in the All School Party. One, two, one, two. Girls' Leaders Stimulate Participation GIRLS' LEADERS BOTTOM ROW: Zehnder, Childs, Uhinck, Lessing, Basista, Wengrin, With, Fenda, Musolf, Ryan, Collins, Bowker, SECOND ROW: Vacca, Haug, Spanagel, Kinsman, Wulf, Deacon, Meeth, Miller, Franklin, Mackulin, Griesbach. THIRD ROW: Busch, Leading gym classes, working in the gym offices, and officiating at intramural activities were a few of the jobs of the Girls' Leaders. They also sponsored the annual Twirp Dance, the pie eating contest at the All-School Party, and a Week-end of camping during which the new members were initi- ated. Some of the requirements for ad- mission to this service organization were: a 3.5 grade average, a Written test, and a skill test. During the year they had a regularly scheduled gym class and bi-monthly meet- ings. Officers of this group Were: Donna Griesbach, presidentg Pat Basista, vice- presidentg Carol Bowker, secretaryg Carol Cooper, treasurerg and Cheryl Mackulin, publicity chairman. Galdun, Kulcsar,-Morgan, Chaffin, Odell, Fruits, Sant ner, Barnard, Behringer, Erikson. FOURTH ROW Kluth, Foster, Myers, Brozak, Streett, Burke, Zaccaro Schwan, Garofalo, Tachuk, Cooper. GIRLS' LEADERS OFFICERS BOTTOM ROW: Carol Bowker, secretaryg Donna Griesbach, presi- dentg Carol Cooper, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Mackulin, publicity chairmang Pat Basista, vice-president. THIRD ROW: Mrs Wadd, adviser. l I Intramural student director, Sharon J ohnson. Sportheads meet to organize Intramural Sports. Sporthead Club Girls' intramural activities at Valley Forge this year were planned and executed with the aid of the twenty-four members of Sportheads. This service club was started in 1963 because of the need for organiza- tion in intramurals. Requirements for membership in theclub were: an active inter- est in sports and adequate time to devote to the intramural program. Duties included scheduling teams and tournaments, keep- ing all attendance records, and setting up the equipment for each sport. Miss Mary Beth Stonebraker and Miss Nancy Stephen advised the club and Sharon Johnson was the Student Intramural Director. Girls participate in the precisioned sport of basketball. Girls' Leader officiates a baseball gan in Participation in Intramurals The Girls' Intramurals Club under the direction of Miss Mary Beth Stone-braker met on different nights for the various sports offered. In the fall, softball and tennis were the main sports. With Winter came basketball and volleyball. Apparatus and track were the main events of spring. A rela- tively new sport, skiing, proved to be very enter- taining and educational as a great number of the students participated. This year forty first-year awards, fifteen second-year awards and five third- year awards were granted to those girls who have taken an active part in the intramurals program. Tl VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Charlene Suzie Myers Arndt Pat Judy Fenda Uhinck Sue Meeth Nancy Galdun Sharon Burke Kathi Sohwan Karen Spanagel J an With Debbie Mancuso, Sue Schwan, Sharon Koster, Lisa Kling, Bonnie Walkup, Joyce Shuster. Sponsoring t Spirit Contest an he School cheering d at all the games W re the main duties of the varsit? varsity cheerleader Mrs. Wadd and Mi I and junior 's. Advisors s Rudolph were pleased with Fhe enthusi- astic and spirite these sixteen tal President, Kathi S president, Karen secretary, Sue M urer, Sharon Burk chairman, Jan Wi torian, Sue Schw M hard to promote s and enthusiasm student body. Thes ers spent many hours practicing a ing clinics to train d skill of nted girls. hwang vice- panagelg ethg treas- 5 publicity hg and his- n, Worked hool spirit mong the cheerlead- fter-school d conduct- and choose girls for next years cheerlead- ing squads. 1 W r I-42 1 143 F 1 X v I The Student Council Governs the Patriots STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES-BOTTOM ROW: Ziegler, Klingman, Hall, Parrish, Walkup, Slach, Basista, secretaryg Haberkost, presidentg Radlick, vice- presidentg Varabkanich, sergeant-at-armsg Lessing, treasurerg Eschbach, Cooper, Schwan, Lopez. SECOND ROW: Hosic, Bennett, Childs, Flowers, Schoenthal, Lanza, Marinelli, Jech, Riley, Shatto, Amrniller, Vacca, Haug, McCleave, Good. THIRD ROW: Hoelter, Meeth, Wengrin, Caves, Brown, Aiello, Prenslow, Zaccaro, Kos- ter, Davis, Dahn, Warren, Bukhair, Reynolds, Honzik. FOURTH ROW: Coseriu, Gibson, Petitto, Miller, Fernel- ius, Franklin, Perkins, Wulf, Dinse, Benich, Andrysco, Lengyel, Kaminski, Pape. FIFTH ROW: Steppke, Kon- rad, Smeal, Mitchell, Tuggey, Shibley, Gartman, Kijanko, Scheutzow, Rudyk, Takacs, Strawhacker, Hruby, Molinari, Dray. Student Council President Don Haber- kost and his ninety-two member cabinet Worked diligently to promote school activi- ties for and to act as the governing body of the students of Valley Forge High School. Vice-president, Mel Radlickg secretary, Pat Basistag and treasurer, Judi Lessing, Work- STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Don Haberkost, president, Melanie Radlick, vice-presidentg Pat Basista, secretary, Steve Varabkanich, sergeant-at-arrnsg Judi Lessing, treasurer. STUDENT COUNCIL ALTERNATES BOTTOM ROW: Lord, H1t1Ck1ey, Mackulin, Schulz, Loika, Chmielewski Guenther, Kare, Kott, Thompson, Petitto, Walkup Geiger, Emmons, Schumann, Titus, Zimdars, Tachuk Kuhn, Schultz. THIRD ROW: Mapes, Steppke, Shaw, Bovenzi, Chaffin, Kulcsar, Needham, De-Meter, Michal- ing with advisers Mr. David Grodhaus and Miss Carolyn Hessert helped Don produce an active, hard-working student govern- ment. Other duties of the Student Council were to take care of all elections and to sponsor the All-School Party and the annual Care Dance. STUDENT COUNCIL AT LARGE BOTTOM ROW: Volk Jemrna Hermanson SECOND ROW S , , . : panagel, Galdun, Burke, Schwan. THIRD ROW: Bartell, Tisma, Kluth. Dorsey. SECOND ROW: Duke, Benedict, Leiby, Estenik, ske, Krysiak, Pogalies, Sartini. FOURT ROW: Kins- man, Moore, Nyerges, Heidenreich, obbins, Paul Palascak, Faubel, Kilbane, Barile, S ro, Cappallo FIFTH ROW: Zunt, Haburchak, Jaku s, Radschuk Necker, Yurcheshen, Gary, Cooper, Bademan, Huge Groom, Saleem. Student Council committee makes plans f r Care Dance. 147 By Practice Students Prepare for Nursing FUTURE NURSES CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Hern, Ziegler, Berna, Voll, Vice-president, Robbins, president: Moose, secretaryg Smith, Cameron, Alger, Hague. SECOND ROW: Thiel, Bohm, Carr, Cowley, Kutchko, historian: Fix, Scott, Burk, S. Bennett. THIRD ROW: Witkowski, The purpose of the Future Nurses Club is to present the opportunities of nursing and related medical fields to interested stu- dents. The club meetings included films, lectures, and tours which broadened the stu- dents, knowledge of medicine. Advised by Geiger, Hanson, C. Bennett, Sams, Winslow, Bernacki, Wensing, Hassa. FOURTH ROW: Schader, Jarvis, Karpa, Singerman, M. Weber, Swartzlander, Savich, K. Weber. FIFTH ROW: Youngmann, Bentler, Legan, Finn, Link, Palechka, Dieball, Galmarini, Marginian. Miss Judith Sander and Mrs. Shirley Maloch, the school nurse, the FNC began to prepare its members for the day when they will take the solemn oath of medicine. Mrs. Maloch also trained the Clinic Aides to administer minor first aid and to keep the clinic records. CLINIC AIDES BOTTOM ROW: Moose, Cowley. SECOND ROW: Berna, Voll, Dieball, Kutchko, Robbins, Pike, Karpa, Cameron, Caldwell, Fix. STAGECRAFT CREW BOTTOM ROW: Rush, Coates, Granfors, Schmitt, Newland. SECOND ROW: Lukacsko, Fritz, Foster, Richter, Crawford. The Stagecraft Crew, under the super- vision of Mr. Bernard Specht, worked to provide props for assemblies, concerts, and other programs presented in the auditorium. They helped not only to desig' sets, but also to devise the pro for school plays. Stage Manager Lukascko. The Math Club, advised by and build er lighting was Wayne Mr. Loren Castor, was composed of students interested in extending their knowledge o ics. Programs were presented of the club at the monthly me year, the club also took a fiel mathemat- y members tings. This d trip to a computing center and participated in the All School Party. Officers of the clu Schwartz, president, Bob Taylo dent, Bev Thomas, secretary, Axon, treasurer. were Susie , vice-presi- and Carol MATH CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Schwartz, president, urer. SECOND ROW: Lendvay, Kirby, nauer, Branst, Thomas, secretary: Taylor, vice-president, Axon, treas- Schumacher, Kobs, Comienski, Jones. 149 Radio, Assemblies, Microphones, and WVFH BOTTOM ROW: Cochran, head engineerg Laska, Dimitruk, Ratzloff, Falkenstein, Antonelli, head an- nouncer. SECOND ROW: Burmeister, engineerg Folsom, This year WVFH featured interviews and editorials, as well as news from teachers and clubs. The staff consisted of ten announcers. They were chosen for their voice quality and their ability to think and write. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE: Marcia Duke, Mrs. Taliak, Gwen Miller special features: Pall Schumacher, head announcerg Schmitt, special features, Maier. Working under the faculty advisor, Mr. Kirby, were head announcer Del Schu- macher, and the assistant Donna Antonelli. Special assignments were handled by Bob Schmitt and Ed Folsom. The Assembly Committee, consisting this year of Gwen Miller, Marcia Duke, and faculty advisor, Mrs. Taliak, has sponsored all the assemblies, including the pep rallies. The big attraction this year was the paid assembly in the spring. eels Provide School Communications Members of the AVA assist in the showing of Macbeth. AUDIO-VISUAL CREW The twenty-three members of the Audio- Visual Crew were of great assistance to teachers throughout the school year. This service club provided and operated the equipment used in classrooms during the day. The AVA engineered the morning show, all canteens and functions needing music. The membership requirem ts of the club were: an interest in learning ore about equipment and audio-visual aterials, a minimum grade average of C, an a willing- ness to serve. Weekly meetings were direction of Mr. Barrick and Mr Kirby, the faculty advisors. under the AVA BOTTOM ROW: Dod, Harrison, Bachner, assistant crew chiefg Lichvar, crew chief, Maier, Kocian. SECOND ROW: Kelch, Cochran, Koharik, High, Romph, Burmeister, Martin. THIRD ROW: Gurovich, Eby, Stead, Mikulas, Moore, Lukacsko, Schmitt. 151 Mr. Arch Brown speaks to Future Teachers club and answers various questions. Future Teachers repare for Careers The Valley Forge Chapter of Teachers of America was organi dents interested in exploring te the Future ed for stu- ching as a career. Throughout the year var ous speak- ers have given the ninety memb rs insight into the different opportunities a.vai1ab1e in the profession. Student teaching was the b' g event of the year for participating member Officers of the club included: Gef Foster, president, Diane Blanda, vice-presidentg Cathy Schaedel, secretaryg and Gail Kul- csar, treasurer. Mr. Bernard Specht served as the adviser. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA BO Jackson, Lippman, Ryan, Cooper, Wiel Kulcsar, treasurerg Schaedel, secretaryg dentg Hosic, historian, Blanda, vice-presid Schwartz, Mitzo, Balotta, Gradine. SE Thomas, Hermanson, Hermanson, Jem Tachuk, With, Uhinck, Rhode, Ammiller, ROW: Schneider, Muha., Jones, Lohmann, Weber, Godman, Kirby, Axon, Marinell Kinbaum, Kepes, Eggett, Werkner, Doeri ROW: Pollak, Brand, Eyman, Dacre, H Baratta., Latsko, Cilluffo, Bachman, Karts Michalske, Pergler, Wessler, Dahn, Fern ROW: Demeter, Schwan, Jones, Hiss, P Molinari, Kozimor, Stadnik, Hausser, Ka Swanson. TTOM ROW: us, Walkup, oster, presi- ntg Kirstein, OND ROW: a, Bowker, lach. THIRD uskes, Marr, , Kaminski, g. FOURTH sselschwert, n, Tulenko, lius. FIFTH 1, Hannan, bon, Meeth, The Thespians Work on Stage and Behind N l 1 Students aid actors in last minute preparations of The Swan. I The royal family dines with its friends. i 1 Alexandra pleads with Professor Agi for for- giveness. Beatrice issues an order. the Scenes to Entertain Valley Forge "Act well your part, there all the honor liesi' was the motto of Thespian Troupe 201 9. Its annual project was the production of the Thespian play in January. Also, the fifty members of Thespians rehearsed long' hours to make the fall play, "The Swan," and the spring play successful. A special project for the Thespians this year was the Halloween Hop. The club was advised by rs. Jacque- lyn Mayer. The officers were: P ul Retsch, president, Noreen Abookire, vio -president, Geri Hunt, secretary, and Mar ie Grisak, treasurer. NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY-BOTTOM ROW: Harrison, Hunt, secretary, Retsch, presidentg Abookire, vice-president, Grisak, treasurer, Jordan, Heil. SECOND ROW: Sharon Hermanson, Susan Hermanson, Cowley, Soppelsa, Schumann, Truscello, Kani cki, Tulenko. THIRD ROW: Ratzloff, Nielsen, Ferneliu , Maier, Niko- lai, Folsom, Schmitt, Sullivan. FOURT ROW: Rimer, Lukacsko, Foster, Liohvar, Newland, Re erts, Radlick. Mrs. Mayer gives last minute encour- agement to Paul Sullivan. Literary Staffs Work Hard to Attain Editors Rae Mendat, Bob Buker, and Bob Truscello proofread the finished product. The year 1964-65 was "organization year" for the Battlecry. The main staff con- sisted of twelve students from the journalism class, but twenty free-lance writers also contributed stories. The Battlecry kept the student body informed of happenings in school and around the community. The newspaper's The Battlecry comes without fail. main purpose, however, was to be a labora- tory classroom for journalism students. The requirements for staff members were talent and aggressiveness. Bob Buker was the editor this year: and faculty advisers were Mrs. Deanna Bontempo and Mr. Kenneth Noetzel. BATTLECRY STAFF-BOTTOM ROW: German, sports editor: Mendat, page three editorg Herbkersman, page two editorg Kay, page one editor: Buker, editorial editor: Truscello, business editor: Hricisin, secretary: Kare, circulation managerg Mrsi Bontempo, adviser. SECOND ROW: Ocetik, Toth, Deacon, Belskis, Korecky, Shumway. THIRD ROW: Reik, Rad- lick, Prakope, Sullivan, Kofron, Timm. FOURTH ROW: Foster, Setar, Schumacher, Bohmer, Schulz, Tisma.. R Each spring Valley Forge students look forward to reading the variety of stories, poems and essays which appear in the Anvil, the school literary magazine. The Anvil staff evaluated all material Which was print- ed in this year's edition. Editors were Lar- ecognition Through Quill and Scroll Staff aine Walkup, editor-in-chief, Candy Marr, art editor: Jesse Epstein, literary editorg and Carol Lohmann, business editor. Miss Judith Crockett and Miss Janice Viscomi were advisors. ANVIL STAFF-BOTTOM ROW: Horky, Stebelski Rhode, Ferencz, Lohmann, business editor, Walkup editor-in-chief: Marr, art editor: Epstein, literary editor? Balotta. SECOND ROW: Jones, Strimiska, Christman, Quill and Scroll is the international honor society for high school jour- nalists. Members enrolled into the society received a golden insignia and a one-year subscription to the clubis magazine. Valley Forge Was chartered into the Society on January 24, 1963. Bubuli, Lanzer, Axon, Vitcha, Callahan. THIRD ROW: Weber, Basen, Cole, Balint, Reed, Patchan, Usko, Baratta. FOURTH ROW: Belknap, West, Karbon, Caron, Renerts, Andrews, Deli, Junno, Bogesch. QUILL AND SCROLL-BOTTOM ROW: Strimiska, Cooper, Schwartz, Kay, Meeth. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Bontempo, German, Jones, Truscello, Buker. ARCHIVE EDITORS BOTTOM ROW: Bill Williams, sports editor, Darlene Leggett, assistant layout editor, Judi Lessing, art editor, Diane Strmiska, opening sec- tion editor, Kathy Slach, typing editor. SECOND ROW: Carol Cooper, literary editor, Marcia Duke, underclass editor, Sue Meeth, senior editor, Kim Johnson, headline- Helping to open the doors of the past year, the ARCHIVE staff Worked diligently to produce a book in which the entire student body could take pride. Under the super- vision of the adviser, Miss Suzanne Murphy, and the business adviser, Mrs. Katherine Szmagala, all staff members toiled to meet deadlines, write copy, plan pages, and sell the product, the ARCHIVE. Throughout the year Susie Schwartz, editor-in-chief, and Carol Cooper, literary editor, advised the staff and helped the section editors, Writers, photographers, and business staff plan a high quality book. The staffs Work and planning was finally acknowledged in May at the ARCHIVE banquet. At the cele- bration, they received their recognition, the completed ARCHIVE. captions editor Marcia Jones, faculty editor. THIRD ROW: Judy Erikson, senior activities editor, Carol Kuhn, layout editor, Judy Uhnick, girls sports' editor, Naomi Jemma, Barbara Tocci Cnot picturedj, activities editors, Chris Kozirnor, photography editor. ARCHIVE BUSINESS STAFF: Sandy Ammiller, Busi- ness Manager. ON STAIRS: Mel Radlick, Jean Santner, Mrs. Katherine Szmagala, Faculty Adviser, Ginny Hughes. Carol Cooper, Literary Editorg Miss Murphy, Adviserg Susie ARCHIVE TYPISTS: Sharon Jorgenseng Kathy Schwartz, Editor-in-Chief. Slach, Typing Editorg Judy Goebl. YQIERITERS BOTTOM ROW: Jackie Falkenstein, Frances Lippman, Ilona HaI'I'iSOI1, Shirley a a . - ' ' ' ' ' g an COND ROW. Bud Bukhair, Elaine Bachman, Sue Schaefer, Eileen Hannan,L1n Kinbaum. ARCHIVE PHOTOG- RAPHERS: Dave Low- dermilk, Chris Kozi- mor, Photography Ed- itorg John Hunter , Head Photographer. s 159 These certificates of honor are awarded to out- standing students. Old inductees await the new members. Honor Society Recognizes Excellence NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-BOTTOM ROW: Arm- bruster, Muha, Schneider, Sted, Zimdars, Tachuk, Har- die. SECOND ROW: Tuskes, Rzepkowski, Wessler Fernelius, DeMeter, Hosic. THIRD ROW: Lohmann Jones, Hibian, Grahl, Kaderabek, Hasselschwert, John- son. FOURTH ROW: Molinari, Broz, Ashworth, Gans Dietz, Hausser. FIFTH ROW: Schenke, Rusynyk, Hilfer Harden, Branst, Lukacsko, Goetz. This yearls National Honor Society members sought to create a desire for knowledge in the entire student body. Under the leadership of Mr. Donald Dins- more, the adviser, and the officers, Ed Folsom, president, Don Haberkost, vice- presidentg Linda Kluth, secretary, Dave Haburchak, treasurer: Carol Cooper, program chairman, Donna Antonielli, social chairman, the members sponsored many activities. Their main project was the mock election. In the fall fifteen per cent of the seniors were inducted into the organization. President Ed Folsom is master of ceremonies at National Honor Society induction. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-BOTTOM ROW: Antonelli, social chairman: Haburchak, treasurerg Kluth, secretary: Folsom, resident C ' - ' ' ' p 3 ooper, program chairman, Haberkost, vice-president. SECOND ROW: Pergler, With, Johnson, Basista, Lessinghliggker, Slach, Connacher, Rohde, Lendvay, Jackson, McCarthy Harrison Walkup Wielgus Schwartz Kitt- in ger. ROW: Hostal, Weber, Marr, Goodyear, Buchholz, Truscello, Marinelli, Meeth, Schwan, Severance, Conto- falsky, Popil, Hutnik, Zingheim, Axon. FOURTH ROW: Cira, Berger, Reed, Kofron, Binder, Karbon, Latsko, Crawford, Germ, Strmiska, Thomas, Horvath, Pryatel, Bachman, Duchon. FIFTH ROW: Pletka, Erikson, Swanson, Gladura, Sulli- van West Baratta Boyda Ta. lo K b , , , , y r, o us, Gall, Biard, Maudsley, Cilluffo, Beutel. SIXTH ROW: Thompson, Epstein Bohmer, Schumacher, Dregalla., Holm, Necker, Christman, Lichvar, Broggini, Taylor, J urand, Selivaniv, Andrews, Finn 161 Students operate their own supply store. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA- BOTTOM ROW: Harrison, Mendat, Mueller Frankenburg, Mengel, Redovian, reporterg Kenzig vice-presidentg Urban, presidentg Dedrick, treasurer, Peetie, Penksa, Johnson, Sheldon. SECOND ROW: Hricisin, Sappington, Jefferson, Westbrook, Zanko, Williams, Miller, Zsarnay, Arndt, Hamula, Goebl, Guth- The Future Business Leaders of America endeavored to promote business leadership. Advised by Mrs. Helen Chase, Mrs. Rose- marie Krempasky, and Mrs. Barbara Krue- ger, they operated the supply bookstore and a part-time employment service for the rie. THIRD ROW: Dunn, Noack, Stalnaker, Stevens, Skinger, Hostal, Snyder, Papushak, Budak, Zambory, Petrick, Jeckel. FOURTH ROW: Balint, Hassa, Leggett, Wagner, Sorochak, Kessler, Nagel, Gilchrist, Hardy, Obert, Cigary. FIFTH ROW: Cook, Rospierski, Holm, Legan, Jasany, Goode, Zitney, Reik, Skrbin, Smith. students of Valley Forge. The club also participated in the Trial-Interview Program which gave valuable experience regarding interviews. The FBLA ended the year with a Senior Banquet. Valley Forge is proud to be the only school in the greater Cleveland area to have a chapter of the Distributive Education Club of America. DECA members Worked part time and were enrolled in Mr. Calabria's distributive education class. The purpose of DECA profices opportunities for future business ca- reers. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB OF AMERICA BOTTOM ROW' Mangone, Powell, Zeigglerg Clark president, Fruits, secretary-treas- urerg Major, vice-pnesidentg Stevens, Hannan, Cormacher. SECOND ROW: Mr. Ronald Calabria, advisorg Dvorak, Davenport, Heaton, Kohls, Prather, Speck, Kich, Grugel THIRD ROW: Sefl, Snow, Rogel, Dwyer, Whalen, Crainor, Hatvany, Pergl. the club was to develop leadership, with the emphasis on private enterprise and individual opportunity. The officers were: Lon Clark, presidentg Lee Major, vice-presi- dentg Barb Fruits, secretary-treasurer, and Lyn Mangone, social chairman. W I 163 NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE BOTTOM ROW: Wielgus, Honzik, Wheeler, presidentg Thornblad, corresponding secretary, Van Chantfort, treasurerg Prenslow, George. SECOND ROW: Weber, Folsom, Johnson, Laska, Franczak. THIRD ROW: Jones, Wessler, Kalina, Schueler, O'Dee, Williams. Valley Forge Wages a War with Words The National Forensic League was com- posed of varsity debaters who were awarded points for participating in debates, discus- sions, and a student congress. In October and January, the club played host to eighteen schools for debate tournaments. Working under adviser Miss Barbara Greider Were: Karen Wheeler, president, Pete Renerts, vice-presidentg Kurt Thornbladh, secretaryg and Bard Van Chantfort, treas- urer. The Debate Team under the direction of Miss Barbara Greider, started its season in October and ended it in May. The topic for the year was "Resolved: That nuclear Weapons should be controlled by an inter- national organizationf' Tournaments were held every Saturday throughout the year. DEBATE TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Wielgus, Laska, Schueler, Jones, Wheeler, Franczak. SECOND ROW: George, Clatterbuck, Honzik, Weber, Auvil, Williams, Wessler, O'Dee, Thorn- blad, Bohmer, Kalina, Schumacher, Neuzil, Prenslow, Van Chantfort. 164 COUNSELLOR'S PAGES BOTTOM ROW: Gradine, Benke, Schmidt, Kirstein, Warren, McDonald, Rapp, Kartson. SECOND ROW: Poole, Zingheim, McCulloch, Godman, Costanzo, Lohmann, Lindway, Kaderabek, Bo- venzi. THIRD ROW: Gladura, West, Paul, Andrews, Stadnik, Hill, Binder, Todor. Office Pages Increase School Efficiency Office pages were kept busy by office personnel this year. Their main duties were filing, delivering requests, answering phones, and giving information to students. The pages, courteous, tactful, and Will- ing to Work, deserved the respect and con- sideration of the student body. OFFICE PAGES BOTTOM ROW: Harrison, Mehalik, Horky, Giaimo, Sandor, Dum- ford, Cioletti, Frick, Fix. SEC- OND ROW: Reiner, Tachuk, Rohde, Horuath, Pergler, Hertel, Podhradsky, Benich, Wessler, Zaccaro. THIRD ROW: Dvorak, Hasek, Mlakar, Synk, Konrad, Roskauvich, Molinari, Loudon, Crawford. TELLERS: Georgene Tachuk, Diane Podhradsky, ATTENDANCE OFFICE PAGES BOTTOM ROW: Schmid, Stevens, Mar- hefka, Zietlow, Rodgers, Humphrey, Korecky, Zingale. SECOND ROW: Cigary, Baratta, Pryatel, Hardy, Childs, Wernig, Zambory, Garofalo, Stevens. THIRD ROW: Hawran, Hick- man, Chester, Hannan, Pawlak, Hodge, Shelton, Zambory, 165 Foreign Languages Broaden Horizons LATIN CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Benke, Christman, sec- retaryg Jones, treasurer: Lohmann, president, Dahn, vice-president, Bubuli, Werkner. SECOND ROW: Balotta, Vita. Romana was just one of the many topics members of the Latin Club discussed at their meetings. The club, which furthered the students' interest in Latin life, was ad- vised by Miss Mary Chambers. Banquets, movies, and lectures were included in the club's program. In the spring, the club sponsored a Latin Week. Ferencz, Bray, Waffen, Cameron, Strimiska, Geiger. THIRD ROW: McCann, Bogesch, Pavluk, Tisma, Junno, Reed. A Christmas pifiata, the annual spring picnic, and a dinner at La Restaurante Mexi- cana kept members of the Spanish Club busy during the past year. Officers were Sharon Hermanson, president, Lynn Needham and Susan Hermanson, vice-presidents, Kathy Kaiser, secretary, and Jim Maudsley, treas- urer. Mrs. Gail Wagner was the adviser. SPANISH CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Lopez, Sutton, Han- nan, Callahan, Keiser, secretary: Needham, first vice- presidentg Hermanson, president, Hermanson, second vice-presidentg Maudsley, treasurer: Sappington, Tuskes, Kurek. SECOND ROW: Lerch, Eggett, Graham, Yoch, Rutherford, Francis, Vinicky, Lampert, Mc- Culloch, Marcy, Sams, O'Brien. THIRD ROW: Nygeres, Haberkost, Godman, Cardwell, Nayman, Gazdick, Hasselschwert, Patchan, Schmeler, Hickman, Hausser, Neubecker. FOURTH ROW: Beute1,- Schulz, Hunter, Kozimor, Gural, Andrews, Hooker, Grabinski, Hertel, Winter. The Radio Experimental Club provided a place for its members to gain exper- ience in electronics and lab Work. The club was organ- ized in 1960. Licensed members put together and operated a ham radio set during study halls and free periods. Officers were Al Bachner, presidentg Eric Dod, vice-president, and secretary-treasurer, Larry Jennings. Advisers Were Mr. Robert Jones and Mr. Carl Grolle. RADIO EXPERIMENTAL CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Kelch, Jennings, secretary- treasurerg Bachner, president, Dod, vice-president, Sellers. SECOND ROW: Mr Grolle, Czech, Davis, Murmeister, Mr. Jones. THIRD ROW: Perin, Weber Hasman, Sienczak, Greenberg. The Valley Forge Automotive Club brought together students Who show- ed special talent and interest in auto- motive mechanics. Advised by Mr. Kovacs at Weekly meetings, the club sponsored speakers, special projects, and problems involving the collective talents of the members who gained valuable experience through these meetings. The Automotive Club mechanics ponder over the intricacies of a motor. AUTOMOTIVE CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Bob Majka, vice- president, Ron Kerner, secretaryg Bill Mascol, treasur- erg John Kops, presidentg Mr. Kovacs, adviser. 167 MARCHING BAND BOTTOM ROW: Kare, Hricisin Heaton, Martin, Wielgus, head majoretteg Kaminski Riegler, Kinbaum, Frohman, Stuchlak. SECOND ROW Smeyak, J. Black, G. Leiby, Gerace, G. Schultz, Benesh Major, Wolf, Meinke, L, Schultz, Mason, L, Shibley, Sand- ers Potetz Holden Swalle Mehrlin Oshiro Lan , , , Y, 83 , g'- ston, Tulloch, Krysiak, Sunyak, Kubit, Roush, Kapela, This year's Patriot Marching Band proved itself not only a fine marching unit, but also a loyal fan of the football team. The band, directed by Mr. David Petrella, consisted of Symphonic and Concert Band members. a Gerding, Ryan, Swanson, Dregalla, drum maior. THIRD ROW: Cool, Cappallo, Slivka, Cochran, Washko, Zach- arias, Blabolil, Beattie, Ingersoll, Basen, Hosic, Die- ball, Kling, Jovan, Duke, Eggett, Stevens, Lord, Guen- ther, Mackert, Hern, Thiel, Biller, Spittal, Jones, Habur- chak, Michalske, Bittel, Strawhacker, Kreutzer, Groen- ke, Reiman, Telmanki, Chaffin, R. Zizka, Messerknecht. The band performed many fine half-time shows. Highlighting the season was a World's Fair Show done with the Parma Redman Marching Band. Appearing with the band was the traditional Spirit of '76 composed of Larry Schultz, first drummer, LIBERTY BELLES BOTTOM ROW: Kare, Hi Heaton Wiel us , 3' , head majoretteg Stuchlak, Hricisin. SECOND ROW: Kin- baum, Kaminski, Frohman, Martin. 'X wi FOURTH ROW: Schommer, Chesney, Ruth, Novak, Win- arski, Rea, Djubasak, Cameron, Dray, Seigmyer, Gib- son, Boyda, Hruby, Harper, Vensky, Koerper, Anderson, Deepe, Liguori, Ferenoz, Calkins, Mathews, Hassel- schwert, Moser, Lanzer, Dimas, Ammiller, Ferretti, Martins, Vogel, Cutietta, Sollberger, Skala, Smith, Miss Virginia J ennings, assistant director, Mr. Ernest South- Bob Dziedzicki, second drummerg Dave Haburchak, fiferg and Julius Ligouri, flag' bearer. Herb Dregalla was this year's drum major. Doing' 'swirling routines with the band were the Liberty Belles. Jo Ann Wielgus wick, assistant directorg Mr. David Petrella, director. FIFTH ROW: Valent, Baloun, Barry, Dowdell, R. Black, J. Thompson, Kispert, Olmutz, Tinay, Monoc, T. Thomp- son, Slade, Hoelter, Benson, Coyner, B. Zizka. led the group. Other majorettes were Carol Hrioisin, Judy Heaton, Linda Kare, Sue Martin, Sharon Kaminski, Lin Kinbaum, Pat Frohman, and Donna Stuchlak. After hours of drilling, the precision of the marchers is displayed at half-time shows. 169 SYMPHONIC BAND FLUTES: Mackert, Haburchak Hosic, Ingersoll, Stevens, Dehn, Jones, Hern, Guenther Dieball. CLARINETS: Dregalla, Hasselschwert, Boyda Strawhacker, Hruby, Moser, Ferencz, Jerome, Lanzer Dimas, Bittel Groencke D'ubasaks. TENOR SAX , , J , TROMBONE: Vensky, Harper, Valent, Barry, Dzied- zicki, Black. ALTO SAX, BASSOON: Calkins, Liguori Anderson, Gibson, Rea, Sollberger, Basen. HARP? Beattie. OBOE: Duke, Michalske. BASS CLARINET ALTO CLARINET: Muha, Voelkel, Kreutzer, Ferretti Chesney, Ammiller. TYMPANI, PERCUSSION: Schultz Hartman, Goodyear, Schultz, Shibley. TRUMPETS Shibley, Leiby, Black, Smeyak, Niemi, Obenauer, Cool Mehrling, Langston, Slivka, High, Gerace, Schwarzer FRENCH HORN: Gerding, Roush, Chaffin, Ryan Holden, Zizka, Swanson. TUBA, BARITONE: Monoc Kispert, Thumson, Tinay, Coyner, Slade, Zizka, Hoelter Mr. Petrella. leads a rehearsal of the Symphonic Band. The Symphonic Band, under the direction of Mr. David Petrella, performed concerts in December, March, and May. Selected mem- bers of the band competed in the Greater Cleveland Solo and En- semble Contest, and the entire band participated in the Ohio Music Education Association Dis- trict 4 Contest. The band was selected by the North Central Auditions Committee to perform a concert and demonstration at Indianapolis, Indiana. A perform- ance at Commencement Exercises completed the year. I a u s They Say It With Their Music Orchestra members rehearse a performance. Mr. Robert Cowden, the orches- tra director, feels that, "The orchestra this year is the finest in Valley Forge's historyf' There are sixty-eight members this year as compared to thirty-two members when the orchestra was first organized. In addition to giving a fall concert, and two spring concerts, the orchestra also played in the State Orchestra Contest and at Baccalaureate Exercises. Selected members of the orchestra took part in the Lake Erie League Festi- val in February. Officers for 1964-65 were Cheryl Swanson, presidentg Jan Hern, vice-president, Cathy Basen, sec- retary, and Marty Cool, treasurer. ORCHESTRA BRASS, HARPS: Bright, Cappallo, Oben- auer, Cool, treasurer, Roush, Holden, Ryan, Kapela, Swanson, presidentg Black, Dziedzicki, Barry, Tinay, Beattie. FLUTES, OBOES: Hern, Haburchak, Mackert, Bray, I-lartman. CELLOS: Hruby, Epstein, Bertonaschi Zingheim, Santell, Wessler. PERCUSSION: Schultz Shibley, Goodyear, Hartman. STRING BASSES: Rind- fleisch, Petitto, Zimmer, Stevens, Schumann. CLARI- NETS, BASSOONS: Kreutzer, Cameron, Hasselschwert, Dregalla, Basen Sollberger, Rea. VIOLAS: Ratzloff, Vitcha, Brand, Cira, Beal, Titus, Reecl. VIOLINS: Broggi- ni, Krafcik, Hosic, Kubit, Schultz, Brown, Garrett, Kling, Sipko, Patla, Schulze, Chappell, Armbruster, Hannan, Bubuli, Schaedel, Wallace, Stead. They Play To Please and To Entertain DANCE BAND BOTTOM ROW: Vensky, Harper, Gibson, Holden, Smeyak, Mehrling, Obenuaer, Cool. THIRD Hruby, Boyda., Djubasak, Geotz. SECOND ROW: Tinay, ROW: Valent, Barry, Dziedzioki, Black, Hartman. Woodwinds keep music in the air. Under the direction of Mr. David Pet- rella, this yearfs Concert Band worked with the Symphonic to form the Valley Forge Patriot Marching Band. In order to prepare for a concert on December 13th, the Concert Band began practicing in the middle of the CONCERT BAND ALTO SAX, BASS CLARINET, ALTO CLARINET: Evancic, Mathers, Djubasak, Calkins, Voelkel, Wielgus, Ruth. CLARINETS: Groenke, Fer- retti, Spindler, Winarski, Novak, Watkins, Telmanik, Smith, Reiman, Hewis, Warger, Martens, Parrish, Kettler. CHARINETS: Groenke, Ferretti, Spindler, Winarski. FRENCH HORN, TENOR SAX: Tulloch, Messerknecht, Sunyak, Krysiak, Kubit, Roush, Koer- football season. Although this was only its second year as an individual performing band, the group put forth a tremendous effort. Members displayed their musical talent in performances given throughout the school year. per, Deepe. TROMBONE: Benson, Dowdell, Baloun. TRUMPETS AND BARITONES: Blabolil, Stephen, Gerace, Schwarzer, Tinay, Cochran, Zacharias, Washko, Oshiro, Sebek. FLUTE, OBOE: Kinbaum, Eggett, Thiel, Kling, Lord, Jovan, Spittal, Skala. CHIMES, CYMBALS, TUBAS, PERCUSSION: Frohman, Meinke, Swalley, Olmutz, Michaud, Sanders, Biller, Benesh, Wolf, Mont- gomery, Cutietta, Mason, Kromer, Dray. I 7 3 A CAPPELLA CHOIR BOTTOM ROW: Slach, Antonelli, Lippmann, Sted, Brandes, Thomas, Reed, Hunt, Hosic, Bright, Bowker, Collins, Cooper, Kepes, Stelma, Ratz- loff, Monachino, Walkup, Hern. SECOND ROW: Stinich, Klusmann, Kulcsar, Kaniecki, Axon, Mitzo, Schumann, Uhinck, Marr, Steppke, Chaffin, Burke, Pergler, With, Goodwin, DeMeter, Morgan, Zindars, Hughes, Jacob, Riley. THIRD ROW: Reik, Beal, Hooker, Molinari, Dietz Fernelius, Weber, Meeth, Costanzo, McCann, Giles y a Gir The A Cappella Choir, under the direc- tion of Mr. John Elliott, actively participated in many concerts and programs. These in- cluded: the Christmas Chorale, the Spring ls Kluth, Carlier, Miller, Nielsen, Swanson, Griesbach, Erikson, Haussla, Mater. FOURTH ROW: Dacre, Reed, Mion, Horvath, Zavotka, Weber, Habusta, Spittal, Swol- ley, Haberkorst, Badamen, Truscello, Siebert, Leiby, Zizka, Boyer, Mooradian, Fahrlaud, Scheivice. FIFTH ROW: Olive, Decker, Crawford, Bowen, Branst, Broggini, Holm, Christman, Bukhair, Paul, Warner, Davidson, Petri, Goetz, Foster, Meinke, Stahlberg, Buack, Drebalia, and A Cappella Choirs Concert, and the Commencement Exercises. In addition, the ninety-eight members were hosts for the Lake Erie League Festival, held at Valley Forge in March. Officers of this group were: Wayne Zavotka, president, Sue Bright, Vice-president, Sue Schumann and Rich Boyer, secretaries, Sue Meeth, treasurer, and Sue Ratzloff, librarian. Members of A Cappella rehearse before a final perfor- mance. GIRLS' CHOIR BOTTOM ROW: Penksa, Falkenstein, Marr, Kurtz, Loika, Burke, Shatto, King, Schultz, Bohm, Humphrey, Winslow, Smith, Prenslow, Chappell, Mabry, Gradine, Shumway, Evancho, SECOND ROW: Fair, Marginian, Schulze, Dinse, Fenda, Spanagel, Doering, Naymik, Duke, Abockire, Hudson, Chappell, Thomas, Peattie, Schmid, Walkup, Meyers, Arndt, Jemma. THIRD ROW: Wantz, Hardy, Lengyel, Schumann, Stroh, Swartz- lander, Phillips, Petitto, Heil, Lamb, Haberkost, Bennett, McCulloch, Leonard, Zagwodzki, Overbeck, Callaghan, Fix, White. FOURTH ROW: Joyce, Bartell, Waugh, Harrens, Risher, Schwan, Stockum, Yuhas, Bertonas- chi, Laska, Lindsen, Filson, Hardy, Frohman, Guska, Hickman, Skala, Kachelein, Ingersoll, Subin. FIFTH ROW: Radlick, Needham, Wachter, Emmons, Socha, Lerch, Chrewan, Paul, Giles, Erdman, Belknap, Winter, Mlakar, Lamb, Kotasek, Cook, Hertel, Eyman, Schaefer, Baker. trive for Excellent Music Achievements At the Christmas Concert the Girls' Choir wore their new blue robes, financed by the Music Club and the fruit cake sale. This year the choir's selection ranged from pre-classical to contemporary music. Mr. Elliott, Music Director, conducted the one hundred girls in the District Band and Choir Contest this spring. The officers were Pat Choir members review for test. Fenda, president: Bonnie Walkup, vice- presidentg Melanie Radlick and Karen Hardy, secretaries, and Karen Spanagel, treasurer. The thirty five members of Girls' Chorus, under the direction of Mr. John Elliot, participated in the Christmas Chor- ale and the spring concert. Officers were: Georgene Tach- uk, president, Linda Warren, vice-presi- dent, and Andrea Zvo- lensky, secretary- treasurer. GIRLS' CHORUS BOTTOM ROW: Zvolensky, secretary, Jagusch, McNoldy, Herman, Mizanin, Doering, Caldwell, Payne. SECOND ROW: Conway, Tachuk, president: Warren, vice-president, Nemeth, Hausser, Sargent, Goldner. THIRD ROW: Noll, Try- tek, Bokman, Koshock, Fischer. The Girls' Glee, under the direction of Mr. John Elliot, participated in programs during the Christmas holidays and in the GIRLS' GLEE CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Meibert, Kraw- chenko, K. Raschke, Neuzil, Thompson, Kott, Grigas, Mueller, Dietz, Mehalik, Hall, Eschbach, Dorsey, Flor- ian, P. Raschke. SECOND ROW: Witkowski, Szekeres, Bogesch, Varner, Strommer, Singerman, Weber, Zam- bory, Schwark, Roush, Bennett, Johnson, Maddox, Burk, Wandt, Berna, Bernot, Kurek. THIRD ROW: Sellers, Lampert, Darlene Koehn, Davis, Kendrick Debbie Koehn, Welch, Schlegelmilch, Dort, Jorgensen, spring. Their Christmas program this year included a staged performance ofthe "Magic of Christmas." Koenig, Tuomala, Karales, Reed, Szoke, Frederick, Savich. FOURTH ROW: Pogalies, Leiby, Szelenyi, Schoenthal, Francis, Camerer, Koster, secretary: Blaha, Youngmann, Neubecker, Poe, Muldoon, Martin, Kaska, Koshock, Kaugurs, Payne, Carretta. FIFTH ROW: Banyasz, Bovenzi, Hill, Sebek, Shaw, Balint, Single- ton, McDonough, Podhradsky, president: Kinsman, secretary, Hulec, Campbell, Zahorcak, Volk, Reigler, Lampert, Deli, Schwanke. BOYS' GLEE BOTTOM ROW: Conklin, Franko, Lieber- man, Kreutzer, Kilbane, Nowlin, Petitto, presidentg Zido, Laux, Kucinski, Defranco, Shifflett, Reimer, Gazdick. SECOND ROW: Sikula, assistant secretaryg Soucie, Nygeres, Green, Dacre, Hartleib, Fazakas, Messerknecht, Toth, Fowler, Burmeister, Kelch, Faenza. THIRD ROW: Behner, Maudsley, Griffith, Tillman, The Boys' Glee Club, directed by Mr. John Elliott, was the largest and most successful Boys' Glee yet at Valley Forge. Zadzilka, Mooradian, Zunt, Caron, Reichert, Coseriu, Schmidt, Kovach, Zingale. FOURTH ROW: Salamon, Suchan, Malusky, Warner, Richardson, Mitterholzer, Wohl, Spindler, Rudyk, Voglein, treasurer, Miller, Fisher, Kaye. FIFTH ROW: Leiby, president, Morse, Mitchell, Jennings, Fackler, Fill, Hunter, Shawan, O'Donnell, Gumz, Thompson, Graham. The club sang their major concerts in the Winter and the spring. MADRIGAL SINGERS BOTTOM ROW: Beal, Reik, Weber, Fernelius, Burke, Bright, Nielsen, Ratzloff, Hosic. SECOND ROW: Branst, Broggini, Crawford, Zavotka, Trus- cello, Haberkost, Schenke, Foster. The Madrigal Sing- ers was a group com- prised of sixteen mem- bers selected from the A Cappella Choir. During the past year, they presented both secular and religious music for many con- certs and programs. Service to the school and community is the Key Club's purpose. It has had a very busy year. The club again published the school calendar and continued to assist a paralyzed girl with her exercises. The Key Club also sponsored the first annual Leader- ship Banquet for the organization leaders of the school. The members took part in the United Appeal drive and made many chari- table contributions to needy families during the holiday seasons. The club, sponsored by the Kiwanis, was advised by Mr. Walter Schlemmer. Dick relates his experiences at the National Youth Council on the Atom. KEY CLUB-BOTTOM ROW: Foster, secretary, Fritz, president: Yurcheshen, vice-presidentg Haburchak, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Barile, Gazdick, Sonneborn, Taylor. THIRD ROW: Buker, Fricker, Valent, Goodyear, Scott, Sullivan, Folsom, Buchholz, Fuller, Hartleib. President Ken Fritz, discusses future plans with club members. FOURTH ROW: Patrick, Schenke, Smeal, Calaway, Rusynyk, Shott, Kamps, Bukhair, Harden. FIFTH ROW: Kriska, Bogus, Necker, Kijanko, Schumacher, Kozimor, Branst. Bud and Ed survey the food collected for a needy family. Students enjoy canteens. Canteen Committee Sponsors Dances CANTEEN COMMITTEE BOTTOM ROW: Schwan, sec retaryg Meeth assistant chairman, Major, chairman, Bohmer, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Slach, Antonelli, Chaffin. THIRD ROW: Dimitruk, Geiger, Pergler, Burke. FOURTH ROW: Brown, Bukhair, Franklin, Caves FIFTH ROW: Chandler, Radlick, Kulosar, Gumz. The annual Care Dance, a big' success this spring, was the major event sponsored by the Canteen Committee. Officers of the fifteen member committee were Lee Major, chairmang Sue Meeth, vice-presidentg Kathi Schwan, secretaryg and Dave Bohmer, treas- urer. The faculty advisor was Mr. Donald Dinsmore. Money raised at dances during' the year was used for scholarships and books. Members of Girls' Boosters sell programs at football games. Over two-hundred girls were members of the Valley Forge Girls' Booster Club this year. Regular attendance at monthly meet- ings, and service on one of the committees, were the membership requirements. Boosters sold programs and shakers at games, made tags, and built a homecoming float. They also sponsored an all-school dance. Officers for 1964-1965 were Cathy Chaf- fin, presidentg Donna Griesbach, first vice-presidentg Chris Thomas, second vice- presidentg Marian Todor, secretaryg and Carol Garofalo, treasurer. Mrs. Sandra Way was the faculty adviser. Girls entertain at a football pep assembly. GIRLS' BOOSTERS-BOTTOM ROW: Thomas, second vice-presidentg Griesbach, first vice-president, Chaffin, presidentg Garofalo, treasurer, Todor, secretary. SECOND ROW: Muha, poster committee chairmang Poe, Ways and means chair- man, J emma, announcement chairman, Abookire, assembly chairmang Guenther, spiriting chairman. THIRD ROW: Zavocky, program chairmang Zaccaro, program chairman, Pergler, program chairmang Morgan, dance committee chairman. C Boys' Organizations Spark Enthusiasm J L The Boys' Booster Club, advised by Mr. David Kaiser, performed many services for the students at Valley Forge. The club's main project was a jazz concert. The pro- ceeds Were used to send our basketball team to the National Invitation Tournament in Madison Square Garden. Over one-hundred students belong to this organization. The Valley Forge Lettermen's Club, led by president Bob Truscello and the adviser, Mr. Robert Ramlow, ushered at basketball games and sponsored the student-faculty game and dance. With the proceeds from this dance and game, athletic equipment was purchased. LETTERMEN'S CLUB BOTTOM ROW: Drago, O'T0o1e, Bademan, Stuchlak, Zavotka., Marinelli, Kispert, Sency Kencson. SECOND ROW: Buchholz, Sefl, Charvat, Hig: gins, Stelz, Speck, Poggendorf, Tuggey. THIRD ROW: Scheutzow, Huge, Guska, treasurerg Zaremba., Boiani, Bohmer, Pudlock, DiAngelo, Varabkanich. FOURTH ROW: Truscello, presidentg Cahal, vice-presidentg Slade, Kijanko, Bourquin, Paul, Mikulas, Doskocil. During the past summer, certain high school juniors throughout Ohio were chosen to attend the American Legion project, Girls' and Boys' State. At Capital University and Ohio State University, they learned the many facets of government by actively participat- BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE: Bohmer, Dietz, Lukacsko, Meeth, DiAngelo. ing in a mock government on city, county, and state levels. The students were also given lectures by Governor Rhodes and other officials to help them understand government processes better. NOTEHAND CLUB BOT- TOM ROW: Muha, secre- tary, Bademan, president: Morgan, vice-presidentg Fernelius, treasurer. SEC- OND ROW: Lippmann, Mackulin, Jensch, Jack- son, Stoll. THIRD ROW: A. Wallace, Rutherford, Ba- sista, Naymik. FOURTH ROW: Joyce, I. Wallace, Mitzo, Chaffin, Armbrus- ter, Poe. FIFTH ROW: Die- ball, Meeth, Zaccaro, Hut- nik, Holford. FIFTH ROW: Cilluffo, Tulloch, Steckel, Baratta. Councils Discuss Present-Day Problems COUNCIL ON HUMAN RELATIONS BOTTOM ROW: Janosko, Harrison, Schwartz, Vitcha, Ruppelt, Renerts, Ferencz, J emma, Cowley, Wheeler. SECOND ROW: Van- Chantfort, Weber, Marr, Godman, Carlier, Reed, McCann, The Council on Human Relations was organized for the purpose of promoting better fellowship and understanding among people of various races, creeds, and national origins. Lectures and movies were presented at the group's meetings to help their pur- pose. Under the direction of Miss Lucille Shillat, Jesse Epstein of the Steering Com- mittee, and the co-chairmen, Dianne Ruppelt and Pete Renerts, the council members par- ticipated in many citywide activities, in- cluding the church tour and the annual clean-up at Camp Cheerful. Pulwer, Jones, Kay. THIRD ROW: West, Caron, Jones, Schueler, Thornblad, Schumacher, Epstein, Epstein, Baird. This year a new organization was formed, the Youth Traffic Council. Its pur- pose was to promote safety both in and out of school. The chairman, Dianne Dvorak, the adviser. Mr. Ronald Tvorikg and the mem- bers attended many conferences to discuss safety. "To inspire in youth mature thoughts, creative actions and worthy goals for a safer tomorrown was the theme of the Columbus State meeting that all Youth Traf- fic Councils attended. YOUTH TRAFFIC COUNCIL BOT- TOM ROW: Williams, Grahl, Hassa, Corrigan. SECOND ROW: Crawford, Fava, vice-chairman, Dvorak, chair- man, Karbon, Schumacher. ARCHON HI-Y BOTTOM ROW: Necker, sergeant-an arms, Daniels, vice-presi- dent: Taylor, president, Latter, secretary, Kish, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Shorts, Kolman, Gib- son, Urban, Musolf. THIRD ROW: Fuller, Meyer, Zunt, Faubel, Redick. FOURTH ROW: Graber, Peters, War- ner, Gartman. Valley Forge s High Y Members Provid CENTURIAN HI-Y BOT- TOM ROW: Buchholz, vice- presidentg Marek, presi- dent, Menear, chaplain and sergeant-at-arms: Hilfer, treasurer: Scott, secretary. ROW: Holden, Barile, Burney, SECOND Martens, Dirnitruk, Koerper. THIRD ROW: Bletsh, Mitchell, Guinther, Tulloch, Swalley. FOURTH ROW: Bolenski, Leiby, Topor, Gary, Necker, Black. OLYMPIAN HI-Y BOT- TOM ROW: Moynihan Charvat, treasurer, Guska secretary: Bourquin, vice- presidentg Calaway, ser- geant-at-armsg Speck, Par- rish. SECOND ROW: Dom- pier, Heidenreich, Paul Speck, Varabkanich, Cau- field, Slade. THIRD ROW Huge, Stuchlak, Slivka Smeal, Cahal, Kispert FOURTH ROW: Scheutzow Jones, Kijanko, Ziats, Cor: ley, Zaremba. G 1 1 This year Valley Forge initiated two Hi-Y clubs, the Saxons and Centurians, who, along with the Archons, Olympians, and Tritons, helped to motivate worthy school projects. The Hi-Y clubs served the community through projects, which in- cluded collecting for the Health Fund and the Heart Fund. In addition to their Y.M.C.A. activities, the clubs worked in state-wide programs. The clubs met every Monday at the Ridgewood Y.M.C.A. Most clubs were advised by a member of the Valley Forge faculty. The advisors watched over such activities as dances, overnighters, and hayrides. ervices for the School and Community SAXON HI-Y BOTTOM ROW: Scicchitano, Kass- ouf, Kost, vice-presidentg Chuha., president: Grecen- uk, secretary: Caron, treas- urer. SECOND ROW: Tay- lor, Coates, Doskocil, Faza- kas, Emfield. THIRD ROW: Chesnik, Sharkus, Atwell, Leppa, Wehr. FOURTH ROW: Flash, Pabst, Santora, Schulz, Irwin. TRITON HI-Y BOTTOM ROW: Painting, Burgess, secretary: Major, vice-pres- identg Folsom, president: Kencson, treasurer, Haber- kost, Marinelli, DiAngelo, Mr. V. Kraushaar, adviser. SECOND ROW: Cochran, Labuda, Buker, Retsch, Goodyear, Dacre. THIRD ROW: Lovelady, Todia, Salzer, Baird, Roth, Vever- ka, Martinez. FOURTH ROW: Bademan, Musheno, Fisher, Bohmer, Colaric, Harden. I85 XANTHIAN Y-TEENS BOTTOM ROW: Ziegler, Musolf, Meyers, Riley, Karales, Zaccaro, secretary, Radlick, vice-president, Meeth, president, Duke, treasurerg Thomas, Stoll, Hartline, Mizanin, Mabry. SECOND ROW: Happel, Scott, Harrison, Loftis, McDonald, Sartini, Dorsey, Leonard, Stevens, Poe, Graham. THIRD ROW: The Xanthian Y-Teens, under the direc- tion of Miss Donna Buys, met on the second and fourth Monday of each month in order to promote World fellowship through the Y.W.C.A. The officers were: Sue Meeth, president, Mel Radlick, vice-president, Linda Zaccaro, secretary, and Marcia Duke, treasurer. The Y-Teens service project for the year was having each girl in the club act as a big sister to some less fortunate girl. The girls also raised money for the South West branch of the Y.W.C.A. by selling candles. Klingman, Bright, Greene, Hudson, Jemma, Jorgensen, Benedict, Stollard, Aiello, McCulloch, Deacon. FOURTH ROW: Mitzo, Muha, Schneider, Pergler, Hugh- es, Burke, Slach, Schumann, Johnson, Steppke, Miller. FIFTH ROW: Santner, Trytek, Kinsman, Schaedel, Stadnik, Zrimec, Reik, Paul, Hill, Kulcsar, Maier. Xanthian Y-Teen takes a Parmadale orphan Christmas shopping as part of a service project. A.F.S. Sponsors our Exchange Student AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE BOTTOM ROW: Bright, Antonelli, Carlier, Cooper. SECOND ROW: Bademan Radlick, Haberkost, Student committee of the local chapter of the American Field Service is a part of the foreign exchange student program in the United States. Donna Antonelli was this year's chairman. Members of the committee were Sue Bright, Melanie Radlick, Carol Cooper, Don Haberkost, and Rich Bademan. The committee Worked with our foreign ex- change student, Nathalie Carlier, from Mons, Belgium. The committee's main pur- pose Was to make Nathalie feel at home in America. They held a birthday party for her and helped her acquaint herself with Valley Forge. Nathalie enjoys a. quiet moment by herself With Student Help th LIBRARY PAGES BOT- TOM ROW: Fritz, presi- dent: B. Odell, Vice-presi- dent: Zarzycki, P. Odell, Prather, Belskis, Stebel- ski, Strommer, Stevens. SECOND ROW: Snyder, Payne, Wheeler, Durda, Fair, Sherwood, Nayman, Pape, Horvath. THIRD ROW: Holford, Deal, Kaine, Haberkost, Needham, Ba- cik, Pekar, Tisma. FOURTH ROW: Gibson, Schueler, Plachy, Gural, Ubacanza, Deboe, J adrych, J ones. The Valley Forge High School Library Smlth These pages Worked at the circula- Was manned this past year by Forty volun tion desk delivered and picked up the teer student library pages under the direc library attendance sheets, shelved books, tion of Mrs Carole Snoddy and Miss Margie and kept the shelves in order. l w- ibrary Functions Smoothly The paperback bookstore has just com- profits from the -sale of the paperbacks are pleted its fourth successful year. Mr. David contributed to the library for the purchase Grodhaus, the faculty adviser, states that of hard-covered books. its purpose is to augment the library. The PAPERBACK BOOKSTORE WORKERS BOTTOM ROW: Marr, Sappington, Mihalek, Sandor, Zanko, Walkup, Tatar. SECOND ROW: Epstein, Renerts, West, Payne, Garretta, Kaugurs. The Things We Do and the People We Meet in Sohool Form Lasting Memories w , 1 . w X, rl 4 1 v n they're go- duate ! " Seniors Spend Their Leisure Hours in Various and Sundry Activities at, Mrs. Wadd'?" "There goes my lunch money again." i TemPtati0I1 sneaks aI'0'-Ind the COFHGF- Sophomore boys display their creative talents "Let's not fight among ourselves . . There goes a sophomore." W' YW -'V- E 1 J, Chris Fernelius receives the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award. Lorra Rose tearfully becomes Miss Teen-Age Cleveland. Senior Girls Earn Honors for Their Talents Barb Hosic models the suit which she designed. Her crea- tion merited the district award of the American Wool Association. 'S X x , . X, N DN R g, X K 1 x Lx - -- ,, 1 N533 4 an iv R X H t SS 5. Our Able Administrators Open Doors oi l Mr. David Smith Principal The educational program for students at Valley Forge High School is designed to provide a broad general education, to offer college preparatory courses for students who plan to continue their academic educa- tion, to provide vocational training, to offer opportunities for leadership and participa- tion, to develop special guidance, and to provide for physical and social development. All of this is done within the framework of our cherished democratic heritage. We hope that the lives of our students will be broad- ened and deepened as a result of their high school career and that they will become effective citizens in our country. To our 1965 graduating seniors-we sincerely Wish personal happiness and a most worthwhile and rewarding future. David M. Smith Principal Educational Opportunity Mr. David Laurenzi Assistant Principal Mr. David Laurenzi, our assistant prin- cipal, believes in an open door policy. He is always Willing to take the time to advise students, parents, and teachers. In this way he is able to identify problems and evaluate the different aspects of various school func- tions. I-Ie feels that school spirit is important at Valley Forge, and he Works to foster it in both the faculty and in the student body. Mr. Laurenzi is guided in the adminis- tration of discipline by a few basic principles. He feels that a school must be made up of self-disciplined people and he tries to offer students every opportunity to develop self- discipline by giving them freedom and independence. Those who fail to face the responsibility of independence or misuse it are disciplined as individuals so that the welfare of the other students is protected. K W L N 200 I P 201 202 .p ' Mr. Harry Wilcoxon Chairman Miss Carolyn Hanser Mrs. Eleanor Major The Valley Forge Counseling Depart- ment is kept very busy throughout the year with student, teacher, and parent confer- ences. The sincere student finds that he always has an interested consultant to Whom he may turn during periods of indeci- sion or emotional turmoil. In these confer- ences vocational and educational plans are discussed as Well as personal difficulties. In. addition to the advice which the coun- selors give to college-bound seniors-, representatives of various industries and Mr. William Kuttler businesses visit the school to explain to vocational students the opportunities avail- able in the various fields of immediate employment. For the college-bound student a complete selection of college catalogues and related information is available in the library. College Night is also an event of special importance to college preparatory juniors and seniors and their parents, as it gives them an opportunity to personally meet with representatives of the Various colleges. Mr. Stuart Openlander Superintendent of Schools The board of education acts as the policy-making body for the Parma City School District. This year, with its new superintendent, Mr. Stuart Openlander, the Board strived for continued success. The former Superintendent of Dearborn, Michigan, was selected from a field of over ninety applicants to fill the position left open as a result of Mr. Paul W. Briggs' accepting the position of Superintendent of Schools in Cleveland. Mr. Arch Brown served as acting superintendent for the first semester in Parma. The School Board Strives for Improvements in Education Mr. Arch Brown Assistant Superintendent BOARD OF EDUCATION: Mrs. Robert K. Schuster, Mr. Norman W. Shibley, president, Mr. Thomas E. Hudg Robert W. Brown, Jr., Mr. Charles C. Chaffin, Jr., Mr. eons,Jr.,vioe-president. New Techniques in Cultural Arts Provide Mrs. Thelma. Knerr Head Librarian 4 Librarians, Miss Smith and Mrs. Snoddy, acquaint them- selves with new materials in the library. The students at Valley Forge are very fortunate to have one of the finest high school faculties in the country. Every poss- ible assistance is available to the students. Courses are offered in every field from arts seminar to industrial education. Advanced courses are offered in many fields. Each department is headed by a member of the faculty who is outstanding in his field. The teachers come from all over the country, and some from other parts of the World. Working permits, student registration, transfers and Withdrawals, and approval of posters are some of the duties of the secre- taries in the main office. The secretaries, with the help of their student aids, keep Valley Forge moving at a steady pace. A modern library is maintained for the use of the Whole student body. Many stu- dents devote their study halls to assist and aid the librarians. The library is equipped with volumes of books and magazines. An Outlet for Talent at Valley Forge Mr. Robert Cowden Mr. Bernard Specht Chairman t nk Business Students Receive Valuable Training Mrs. Barbara Krueger Mr. James Shipman Mrs. Donna Cline Mrs. Helen Chase Mrs. Leslie Phillips Mr. Kenneth Noetzel Mrs. Barbara Jender Miss Ruth Kadow Mrs. Rose Marie Krempasky Mr. James Kerschbaum Mr. Walter Schlemmer Knowledge of Math Unlooks the Door of Science Miss Irene Wolchuk Mr. James Pike 208 Mr. Loren Castor Mrs. Freda. Elkins Chairman Mr. Robert Mindek Mr. Louis Buchanan Mr. Michael Barrick ,Miami Mr. Ronald Slnith Science is Necessary in a Technical Age Mr. Paul Kirby 1 Chairman Mr. John Uhlin Mr. Kenneth Buser Miss Doris Allen Mr. William Schreiner Q5 , JM Miss Phyliss Culp M W1 Mijff The Study of Gur World Is Aided By the Knowledge of Math and Science Mr. Thomas Malone 1 Mrs. Judith Minges 2 i X, ws-swiss. History Provides a, Better Understanding of Our Country Mr. Robert Mueller Mr. Vern Kraushaar Mr. Donald Dinsmore Miss Lucille Shillat Mrs. Carol Snoddy Library Mr. David Grodhaus Chairman Miss Patricia Noon 4 They Instruct to Break the Language Barrier Miss Donna Buys Mrs. Katherine Szmagala Miss Mary Ann Brady Miss Mary Chambers Mrs. Sandra. Way Miss Thelma Kanaris Chairman Mrs. Gail Wagner Mrs. Gladys Ta.lia.k Chairman Stress is Placed on Coordination of Minds and Bodies Mr. John Broski t Hall Mr. Robert Ramlow Miss Judith Sanders Mr. Glenn Preising' Mr. Stan Parrish Mr. James Fritzche Chairman Miss Mary Beth Stonebraker Miss Nancy Stephan Mr. Ronald Calabria Mr. Virgil Cocklin Mr, Jack Jiga, Mr. Ronald Tvorik I 'gf Mr. Alfred Heffke Mr. Anthony Zack Mr. Steve Rudo Industrial Education Students Train in Technological Methods and Learn Through Experience Mr. James Demetriu Mr. Donald Grifflng Students Are Prepared for Industrial Careers Mr. Carl Grolle 1 Mr. Robert Jones Chairman Mr. Robert Kovacs Mr. Edward Montgomery Mr. Audus Runyan Mr. John Bennion Administrative Intern .Mr. John Bennion, Valley Forge's Ad- ministrative Intern, observed and partici- pated in the duties of administration. He spent eighty per cent of his time at Valley Forge evaluating the arts seminar program, Working on the Principals' Report, meeting with student teachers, observing and inter- viewing teachers, and studying the opera- tions of the school. He also Worked at the central office learning administration on a district-Wide basis. Mr. Bennion Serves Valley Forge As Its Administrative Intern For 1964-1965 Mrs. Nancy Volpe U. S. History Mrs. Major keeps an appointment with her son. Mrs. Helen Keyes The Study of English Encourages Communication Through Speech and Writing Miss Judith Crockett i Miss Diane Burke Mr. Thomas Dunford Chairman Mrs. Gloria Kopen Miss Linda. Callan Mrs. Vivian Bonza Miss Valerie Konzen Mrs. Deanna Bontempo Miss Janice Viscomi Miss Kathy Shuck Mr. Jerry Younger 4 Mrs. Jacqueline Mayer Mrs. Barbara Horrigan Miss Barbara Grieder I Mr. Edward Potokar Parma. Educational Television Producer, Director Miss Lillian Korba Miss Suzanne Murphy TUDY HALL A : Mrs. Hird M . chm- Developing an Understanding of the English Language Is Their Primary Goal W Mr. Richard Curren Ande Mrs. Kanas. Mrs. Dvora. . STUDY HALL AIDE : Mrs. Murra Mr Even when the School Doors Are W Mrs. Rita. Baird Mrs. Jane Reimer Attendance Office Attendance Office Mrs. Louise Wieler Attendance Office Mrs. Shirley Maloch Registered Nurse Mrs. Ethel Hoelter Mrs. Ruth Lukacsko Main Office Main Office Closed, Their Work Goes On . . . CAFETERIA STAFF FIRST ROW: Mrs. Weiss, managerg Mrs. Kish, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Dobos, Mrs. Orfalea. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Valore, Mrs. Schulz, Mrs. Arman, . Mrs. Dzuranin, Mrs. Hurosvasky. S P CUSTODIAL STAFF: Mr. Clemerit Wolf, Mr. Dan William Sanders, Mr. Steve Zydiak, Mr. Elmer Eiben. CAFETERIA STAFF FIRST ROW: Mrs. Weiss, managerg Mrs. Rubins, Mrs. Kulczyski, Mrs. Chernanko, Mrs. Morris. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Rosh, Mrs. Drake, Mrs. Horton. M0I1tVi119, MF- Mrs. Irene Greshck Laundry V f l l wr. Mrs. Jean Tulloch Library Mrs. Ann Armbruster Library MINERVA J. ALEXANDER Home Economics, Eastern Mich- igan University, B.S., Junior Red Cross Adviser ............... 216 DORIS ALLEN - Mathematics, Saint Mary of the Springs College, John Carroll University, Ohio State University, Case Institute of Technology, Western Reserve University, B.A., B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed ......................... 210 MICHAEL P. BARRICK - Science, California State College, B.S. in Ed., Audio Visual Director . . . 209 JOHN BENNION - Administrative Intern, University of Utah, Ohio State University, B.S., M.A .... 221 DEANNA BONTEMPO - English, Ohio University, A.B., Battle- cry Adviser .......... 157,156,223 VIVIAN BONZA - English, Kent State University, Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A ................ 223 MARY ANN BRADY - English, College of Wooster, B.A ..... 215 JOHN BROSKI - Physical Educa- tion, Western Michigan Univer- sity, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A., Varsity Basketball Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach 129,216 LOUIS BUCHANAN - Mathema- tics, Muskingum College, Ohio State University, B.A., M. in Ed. . . . 209 DIANE BURKE - English, Bowl- ing Green State University, B.S .......................... 222 KENNETH BUSER - Mathematics, Cleveland College, Baldwin-Wal- lace College, Kent State Univer- sity, Western Reserve University, B.S., Lost and Found Advisor . . . 210 MARY ANN BUYNACEK - Busi- ness Education, Bowling Green State University, B.S., Assistant Girls Intramurals Director. . . 206 DONNA BUYS - Spanish, Ohio State University, B.S., Xanthian Y-Teens Adviser ............ 214 RONALD CALABRIA - Distribu- tive Education, University of Southern California, Akron Univ- sity, Kent State University, B.S., DECA Adviser, Assistant Varsity Football Coach ........... 1 15,218 LINDA CALLAN - English, Saint Mary of the Springs College, Pennsylvania State University, Buffalo State University, B.A., M. in Ed., Junior Class Adviser . . . 98,222 JOE CARLO - Social Studies, Baldwin-Wallace College, Western Reserve University, A.B., M.A., Assistant Track Coach, Assistant Varsity Football Coach, Faculty Manager ............... 1 15,212 LOREN CASTOR - Mathematics, Chairman, Ohio State University Muskingum College, Kent State University, B.A., M. in Ed., Math Club Adviser ................ 209 MARY CHAMBERS - Latin, Ursu- line College, Western Reserve 228 FACULTY INDEX University, University of Arizona, B.A., M.A., Latin Club Adviser . . . 215 HELEN CHASE - Business Edu- cation, Kent State University, B.A., FBLA Adviser ............... 207 DONNA CLINE - Business Edu- cation, Ohio State University, Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A., Girls Intramural Adviser . . . 206 VIRGIL COCKLIN - Industrial Education, Kent State University Vocational Education Certificate . . . 218 ROBERT COWDEN - Music, Mus- kingum College, Kent State Uni- versity, B. in Music Ed., M. in Ed , . . 205 JUDITH CROCKETT - English: Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., Literary Magazine Adviser ..................... 222 PHYLLIS CULP - English, Social Studies, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., Girls Intramural Bowling Adviser . . . 21 1 RICHARD CURREN - English, Mount Union College, B.A .... 225 JAMES DEMETERIU - Industrial Education, Baldwin-Wallace Col- lege, Kent State University, B.A. . . . 219 DONALD DINSMORE - Social Stu- dies, Kent State University, Uni- versity of Michigan, B.A., M.A., Adviser of NHS and Canteen Com- mittee ........................ 2 1 3 THOMAS DUNFORD - English, Chairman, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Senior Class Adviser ....... 222 FRIEDA ELKINS - Mathematics, Concord College, Beckley Col- lege, Marshall University, Kent State University, A.B., B.S .... 209 JOHN F. ELLIOTT - Music, Chair- man, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, B. in Music Ed., M. in Ed., Madrigal Singers Adviser ..................... 205 JAMES FRITZSCHE - Physical Education, Chairman, Ohio State University, Baldwin-Wallace Col- lege, Kent State University, A.B., M. in Ed., Boys Leaders Adviser, Head Varsity Football Coach, Golf Coach ............... 1 1 5,2 1 7 FRANK GERMANE - Administra- tive Assistant, Foreign Language, Chairman, Brigham Young Univ- ersity, Western Reserve Univer- sity, A.B., M.A ,............... 214 BARBARA GREIDER - English, Wittenberg University, B.S. in Ed., Debate Team Coach, National Forensic League Adviser, Debate Club Adviser ................ 224 DAVID GRODHAUS - Social Stu- dies, Chairman, Bowling Green State University, B.A., B.S. in Ed., M.A., Paperback Bookstore Manager .................... 213 CARL GROLLE - Industrial Edu- cation, Kent State University, Vocational Education Certificate, Radio and Electronics Experimen- tal Club Adviser ............. 220 WILLIAM GUENTZLER - Industri- al Education, Kent State Univer- sity, B.S., Automotive Club Advi- ser ............ NOT PICTURED HARRIET HALL - Health and Physical Education, Bowling Green State University, B.S., As- sistant Cheerleading Adviser . . . 216 CAROLYN HANSER - Counselor, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed .......... 202 ALFRED HEFFKE - Industrial Education, Baldwin-Wallace Col- lege, Kent State University, B.A. ...218 CAROLYN HESSERT - Social Studies, Ohio State University, Baldwin-Wallace College, A.B., Student Council Adviser ..... 21 1 DARIA HOLUBEC - Social Studies, Foreign Language, Kent State University, Western Reserve Uni- versity, John Carroll University, B.A., M.A., Russian Club Adviser ...214 BARBARA HORRIGAN - English, Baldwin-Wallace College, B .A. . . . 224 BARBARA I-IENDER - Business Education, Bowling Green State University, Fenn College, B.S. in Bus. Ad., Assistant Girls Intra- murals ..................... 207 JACK L. .HSA - Industrial Education, Miami University, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed ....................... 218 ROBERT E. JONES - Industrial Education, Chairman, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Super- vision of Administration, Adviser of Radio and Electronics Experi- mental Club ................ 220 RUTH KADOW - Business Educa- tion, Kent State University, Uni- versity of Arizona, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Notehand Club Adviser. . .207 DAVID A. KAISER - Mathematics, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, B.S., Boys Boosters Club Adviser ................... 200,208 THELMA KANARIS - Foreign Lan- guage, Ohio University, University of Notre Dame, Sorbonne, University of Besancon, A.B., Sophomore Class Adviser .................... 84,215 JAIVLES KERSCI-IBAUM - Science, Bowling Green State University, John Carroll University, B.S. in EC. . . . 208 HELEN KEYES - English, West Virginia Institute of Technology, Columbia University, Ohio State University, A.B .............. 222 PAUL KIRBY - Science, Bowling Green State University, Western Reserve University, Kent State Uni- versity, University of Oklahoma, University of California, San Jose State College, B.S. in Ed., Audio Visual' Director, Archon Hi-Y Ad- viser, Planetarium Adviser . . . 210 VALERIE KONZEN - English, Ohio University, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed ................... 223 TI-IELMA R. KNERR - Librarian, Capital University, Ohio State Uni- versity, A.B., M.A ............ 204 GLORIA KOPEN - English, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed .... 222 LILLIAN KORBA - English, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., Junior Class Business Adviser. . . 224 ROBERT B. KOVACS - Industrial Education, Kent State University, B.S., Automotives Club Adviser . . . 220 VERN T. KRAUSHAAR - Social Studies, DePauw University, West- ern Reserve University, B.A., M.A., LL.B., Triton Hi-Y Adviser . . . 212 ROSEMARIE KREMPANSKY - Busi- ness Education, Kent State Univer- sity, Youngstown University, B.S. in Ed., FBLA Adviser . . . NOT PICFURED FRANK R. KROGGEL - Art, Cleve- land Institute of Art, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A. . .205 BARBARA KRUEGER - Business Education, Valparasio University, Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A., FBLA Adviser ................... 206 WILLIAM KU'I'I'LER - Counselor, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Bowling Coach . . .126,202 DAVID J. LAURENZI - Assistant Principal, Bowling Green State University, Western Reserve Uni- versity, B.S., M.A .......... 199,201 ELEANOR MAJOR - Counselor, Kent State University, University of Minnesota, B.S., M. in Ed .... 202 THOMAS L. MALONE - Social Studies, Defiance College, B.S. in Ed., Olympian Hi-Y Adviser . . . 211 JACQUELINE MAYER - English, Edinboro State College, North- western University, B.S., M.A., Na- tional Thespian Society Adviser . . . 201 ,227 ROBERT MINDEK - Science, Bald- win-Wallace College, John Carroll University, B.S., M.A., Cross Country Coach .................. 118,209 JUDITH MINGES - Social Studies, Ohio State University, B.S ..... 211 EDWARD MONTGOMERY - Indus- trial Education, Kent State Univer- sity, Vocational Education Certifi- cate ...................... 220 ROBERT MUELLER - Social Studies: Kent State University, B.S. in Ed. . . . 212 SUZANNE MURPHY - English, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., ArchiveAdviser ............ 224 KENNETH NOETZEL - Business Education, Ohio University, B.S.C., School Paper Business Adviser . . . 207 PATRICIA NOON - Social Studies: Ohio University, Western Reserve University, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Girls Intramurals Adviser ........ 213 STANLEY PARRISH - Social Studies, Physical Education, Ba1dwin-Wall- ace College, Kent State University, A.B., M. in Ed., Head Track Coach, Assistant Varsity Football Coach ...115,21'7 DAVID PETRELLA - Music, Baldwin- Wallace College, Western Reserve University, B. in Music Ed., M.A., Patriot Marching Band Director . . . 205 LESLIE PHILLIPS - Business Educa- tion, Ohio University, Western Re- serve University, B,S.C ...... 207 JAMES T. PIKE - Science, Baldwin- Wallace College, B.A., Centurian Hi-Y Adviser ................ 208 MYRA PINKLEY - Home Economics, Kent State University, B.S., Home Economics Club Adviser ...... 216 EDWARD POTOKAR - English: Ohio University, John Carroll Uni- versity, B.F.A., M.A., Drama Coach, Director of Spring Drama Produc- tion, Producer-Director Parma Edu- cational Television .......... 224 GLENN PREISING - Physical Edu- cation, Kent State University, Syracuse University, B.A., M.A., Head JV Football Coach, Boys Intramurals Director ....... 217 RONALD RAINEY - Industrial Education, Kent State Univer- sity, B.S.E. . ..... NOT PICTURED ROBERT RAMLOW - Physical Education, Bowling Green State University, B.S., M. in Ed., Assist- ant Varsity Football Coach, Letter- men Club Adviser .... 115, 217 STEVE RUDO - Industrial Educa- tion, Ohio University, BS. in Ed., Varsity Wrestling Coach, Varsity Baseball Coach ............. 219 AUDUS RUNYAN - Drivers Train- ing, Bowling Green State Univer- sity, Wayne State University, Kent State University, M. in Ed .... 220 JUDITH SANDER - Home Eco- nomics, Muskingum College, B.A., FNA Adviser ................ 2 1 7 WALTER SCHLEMMER - Mathe- matics, College of Steubenville, Fenn College, University of Ak- ron, Louisiana State University, B.S., M.A., Key Club Adviser . . . 208 WILLIAM SCHREINER - Science, Chairman, Colorado State Univer- sity, Kent State University, Musk- ingum College, University of Cincinnati, Wooster College, B.S., M.A., City Chairman of Science . . . 210 LUCILLE SHILLAT - Social Stud- ies, College of William and Mary, Tulane University, Western Re- serve University, B.A., M.A., Council on Human Relations Adviser ..................... 2 1 3 JAMES SHIPMAN - Business Edu- cation, Fenn College, Western Re- serve University, B.B.A., M.B.A., Senior Class Business Adviser . . . 206 KATHY SHUCK - English, Otter- bein College, Bowling Green State University, B.A., Girls Intramural Adviser .............. , ....... 223 ANNA JEAN SLATER - Science, Ohio University, Kent State Uni- versity, Western Reserve Univer- sity, Marshall University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Science Project Day, Adviser of Natural Science Club . . . 208 DAVID M. SMITH - Principal, Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., M.A ............... 198,200,209 MARGIE SMITH - Social Studies, Ohio University, Ohio State Uni- versity, A.B., M.A. ...... 212,204 CAROLE SNODDY - Social Stud- ies, Library, Ohio State University, B.S., Adviser of Library Pages . . . . . . 204,213 BERNARD SPECHT - Art, Chair- man, Cleveland Institute of Art, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A., B.F.A., FTA Adviser, Stage Crew ........................ 205 NANCY STEPHAN - Physical Edu- cation, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., Assistant Girls Intramural Adviser ..................... 217 MARY BETH STONEBRAKER - Physical Education, Ball State Teachers College, B.S., Girls Intra- murals Director ............. 217 DAVID STRAIGHT - Business Education, Chairman, Ohio State University, Kent State University, B.S. in Bus. Ed., M.A. in Bus. Ed. . . . 206 DONALD STRATER - Science, Miami University, Ohio Univer- sity, B.S. in Ed., M.A. in Ed., Science Project Day ......... 208 KATHERINE SZMAGALA - Ger- man, Mathematics, College Miseri- cordia, B.A., Yearbook Business Adviser ...................... 214 GLADYS TALIAK - Home Econom- ics, Chairman, Muskingum Col- lege, B.A., B.S. ....... 150,216 RONALD TVORIK - Driver Edu- cation, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed., Youth Traffic Council ..................... 218 JOHN UHLIN - Science, Ohio State University, Xavier Univer- sity, Ohio Wesleyan University, University of Cincinnati, B.A., Assistant Boys Intramurals Di- rector, Bowling Intramurals Ad- viser ........................ 210 JANICE VISCOMI - English, Wes- tern Reserve University, B.A., Literary Magazine Adviser . . . 223 NANCY VOLPE - Social Studies, Wayne State University, B.A., Y-Teens Adviser ........... 22 1- MARSHA WADD - Physical Edu- cation, Akron University, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., Varsity Cheerleaders Adviser, Girls Lead- ers Adviser ..... 136,216,192 GAIL WAGNER - Spanish, Bald- win-Wallace College, B.A., Span- ish Club Adviser ............ 215 SANDRA WAY - Social Studies, French, Muskingum College, B.A., Adviser of Girls Boosters Club . . . 215 HARRY WILCOXIN - Counselor, Ball State Teachers College, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A. ........................ 202 IRENE WOLCHUCK - Science, Western Reserve University, B.A. . . . 208 JERRY YOUNGER - English, Bald- win-Wallace College, B.A., Football Coach, Baseball Coach ...... 223 ANTHONY D. ZACK - Industrial Ed., West Virginia Institute of Technology, West Virginia Uni- versity, B.S., M.A ............. 219 ACTIVITIES INDEX A Cappella Choir ........................ 1 74 American Field Service Anvil Staff ............ Archive Staff ....... Archon H1-Y ............. Audio Visual Aid Crew .... Automotive Club ........ Baseball Team ........ Basketball Team .... Battlecry Staff .... Bowling Team . . . Committee ..... 187 .. .... 158 ....184 ....151 ....167 ....129 ....124 ....156 ....126 Boys Boosters . . . . . . 181 Boys' Chorus .... . . . 177 Boys' Glee Club ..... . . . 177 Boys Intramurals . . . . . . 131 Boys Leaders ..... . . . 135 Boys' State ......... . . . 182 Canteen Committee . . . . . . 179 Centurian Hi-Y ..... . . . 184 Cheerleaders . . . . . . 140 Clinic Aides .... ..... . . . 148 Concert Band .................. . . . 173 Council on Human Relations .... . . . 183 Cross-Country Team Dance Band ........ Debate Team ............ ...118 ...172 Distributive Education Clubs of America 1 63 Football Team ...... Future Business Leaders of America . 162 Future Nurses Club .................... .148 Future Teachers of America . . . . . 152 Girls Boosters ............. , . . . 180 Girls' Choir .... . . . 175 Girls' Chorus ................ . . . 176 Girls' Glee Club ................ . . . 176 Girls Intramural Sportheads . . . . . . 137 Girls Intramurals ............. . . . 138 A Abens, Linda. 85. Abookire, Noreen 14, 155,175. Abouserhal,E1ie 99. Abraham, Lynda 14. Ackerman, Grace 85. Adair, Cheryl 85. Adams,Dorrie 85. Adams,Richard 85, 177. Ahmed, Gary 99. Aiello, Susan 85, 186. Albert, James 99. Alger, Patricia 14,148. 230 Girls Leaders . . . ....136 Girls' State ................. .... 1 82 Golf Team ............. ....13O Junior Varsity Basketball Team ....... 133 Junior Varsity Football Team . . . . . . . 132 Junior Varsity Wrestling Team . . . . . . . 133 Key Club .............. Latin Club ........ Lettermen's Club .... Liberty Belles ..... Library Pages . . . Madrigal Club . . . Marching Band .......... Math Club ................. National Forensic League . . . National Honor Society . National Thespian Society .... Notehand Club ......... Office Pages .... Olympian Hi-Y . . . Orchestra .............. ....178 .. .... 166 ....181 ....168 ....188 ....17'7 ....168 ....149 ...164 ...160 ...155 ....182 ....165 .-.184 ....171 Paperback Bookstore Workers . . . . . . 189 Quill and Scroll ........ Radio Electronics Experimental Club . 167 Saxon H1-Y ............................. 1 85 Spanish Club ................ .... 1 66 Stagecraft Crew ............... .... 1 49 Student Assembly Committee ..., . . . 150 Student Council ..... Symphonic Band .... Tennis Team ....... Track Team ..... Triton Hi-Y ....... Wrestling Team .... WVFH .............. Xanthian Y-Teens . . . Youth Traffic Council STUDENT INDEX Alick, Robert 99. Alston, Linda 85. Amaddio, Nick 85. Ammiller, Sandra 14, 1 53, 1 69, 1 71. Amore, Gary 85. Amsden, Annette 14. Anderson, Carl 85. Anderson, Larry 99. Anderson, Linda 99. Anderson, Robert 169, 1 71. Andrews,John 99. Andrews, Kathryn 14, 153, 157, 161, 165, 166. Andrysco, Barbara 99. Andrysco,Caren 14. Andrysco, Lawrence 99. Ange, Thomas 14. Anis, Sherry 14. Antonelli, Donna 14,32, 150,161,174,179,187. Arenschield, George 85. Armbruster, Carol 14, 160, 170, 182. Armstrong, Jacqueline 85. Armstrong, James 85, 1 27. Arndt, Suzanne 85, 140, 1 62, 1 75. Arnold, Barbara 99. - ....146 . .... 170 ....120 ....12'7 ....185 ....121 ....150 ...186 ...183 Arnold, Thomas 15, 129. Artino,Joseph 15. Ashie, Sharon 99. Ashworth, Irene 15, 160. Atamanec,John 85. Atwell,Robert 15, 185. Augaitis, Rayetta 99. August, Scott 15. Auvil, William 85, 1 15, 164. Axon, Carol 15,149,153, 157, 161, 174. B Bachman, Elaine 15, 153 159,161. Bachner, Alan 85, 151, 1 67. Bacik, Bonnie 15, 146, 1 86. Bademan, Richard 1 5, 130, 174, 181, 182, 185, 1 87. Badziong, George 15. Baird, Rick 85, 185. Baird, Kathleen 1 5, 1 6 1 , 1 83. Baisch, Robert 15. Baker, Christine 99, 175 Baker, Patricia 85. Balas, Evelyn 1 6. Balint, Joyce 157, 162, 1 77. Ballasch, Alice 99. Balotta, Mary Anne 85, 152, 157, 166. Balog, Peter 99. Balogh, Kathleen 85. Baloun,Jay 85,169,173 Bang, Samuel 99. Banker, Kathleen 85. Banyasz, Margaret 16, 1 77. Baranuk, Michael 85. Baratta, Janice 1 6, 1 53, 157, 161, 165, 182. Barbarotta, John 1 6, 1 1 5 Barber, Gregory 85, 1 15, 1 27. Barile, Samuel 85, 178. 1 84. Barnard, Bonnie 1 6, 1 36. Barnes,John 85. Baronak, George 1 18, 127. Baronak,James 85, 118. Barrett, Timothy 99. Barry,David 85, 169. Barry, Woodrow 99, 170, 171, 172. Bartek, Philip 85,1 15. Bartell, Barbara 85, 175. Bartens, Diane 16. Bartkus, Richard 16. Bartlett, Carol 85. Barto, Linda 85. Barylski, Lee 99, 135. Basch, Cheryl 99. Basen, Cathy 16,157, 168, 170, 171. Basile, Robert 99. Basista, Patricia 16, 136, 144, 161. Batig, Dennis 85. Bauer, Barry 85. Bauhof, Bernard 16. Baumann, Paul 99. Beal, Deborah 85, 170, 174 Beaton, Alan 99. Bea.ttie,Judith 16, 168, 1 70, 1 7 1. Beck, Richard 99. Becka, William 85. Becka, Tim 99. Becker, Thomas 85. Beoksted, Katherine 99. Bedevelsky, Sharon 85. Bedillion, William 85. Bednarik,John 99. Bednarski,Darryl 99. Behner, Martin 99, 1 77. Behrend, Daniel 99. Behringer, Sandra 16, 26, 136. Belgrave, Alan 17. Balknap, Susan 99, 157, 175. Belskis, Barbara 85, 146, 156, 186. Bender, Karen 99. Bene, Patricia 85. Benedict, Susan 85, 147, 186. Benesh, James 99, 1 68, 173. Benich, Elaine 85, 165. Benik,Janet 17. Benjamin, Robert 17. Benke, Linda 85, 165, 166. Bennett, Cheryl 85, 148, 177. Bennett, Gregory 17. Bennett, Keith 17. Bennett, Sandra 99, 148, 175. Benson, Dale 99, 173. Benson,Wayne 17, 169. Bentler, Berger, Ellen 1 7, 1 6 1. Berna, Noreen 85, 148, 177. Bernacki, Carole 99. Bernacki,Janet 85, 148. Bernardina, Anne Marie 99. Bernot, Barbara 85, 177. Bertonaschi, Marcia 17, 1 70, 1 75. Betcher, Kenneth 99. Beutel, Annell 1 7,153, 1 6 1, 1 66. Bevier, Evelyn 85. Bevilacqua, Angelo 17. Bevilacqua, Kathy 17. Bibro, Barbara 17. Bielawski, Robert 85. Bier, Catherine 99. Bier, Ellen 85. Biller, Donald 99, 1 68, 173. Binder, Catherine 99. Binder, Linda 1 7, 1 61, 165. Bishop, Joseph 85. Bittel, Joyce 18,168. Bittel,Ralph 85, 171. Bittner, Dale 85. Blabolil,Wayne 85, 168, 173. Black, Barry 99. Black,Bonnie 99. Black,Jeffrey 18, 168, 174, Black 171: Blaha, 184. Ross 85,169,17O, 172. Gloria 99, 177. Blanda, Diane 85, 152. Bletsh, Gary 18, 184. Bloornquist, Betsy 99. Bobeck,Judith 99. Bodnar,,Michael 85. Boehrne,William 99. Bogar, Joseph 85. Bogesch, Mary 85, 157, 166, 177. Bogus,Dona1d 18, 178. Bohm, Marilyn 99, 148, 175. Barbara 85,1 48. Bohmer, David 18, 156, 161, 164, 179, 181, 182, 185, 187. Boiani, David 18, 1 15, 135, 181. Bokman, Roberta 99, 177. Bolen, Susan 18. Bolenski,Gary 184. Bonfield, Dan 85. Bores,Thomas 85. Borling, Jane 85. Boros,Pamela 18. Borota, Janice 99. Bosar, Jim 99. Bott, William 99. Boulware, Richard 99. Bourquin, William 18, 115,125,135,181,184. Bovenzi, Suzanne 18, 147, 165 177. Bowen, Robert 18, 174. Bowker, Carol 18,136, 152,161,174. Bowman,Joseph 99. Boyda, Robert 19, 161, 169, 172. Boyer, Richard 99, 174. Boysko,Barbara 99. Bozik, Sandra 85. Brada, Barbara 85. Brand, Patricia 85, 153, 170. Brandes,Karen 19, 174. Branst, Lee 19,149,174, 178. Braun, Gregory 99. Bray, Sharon Ann 85, 166, 170. Brazet, Claudia 19. Breda, Ronald 19. Brent, Robert 85. Brents,Karla 99. Breyley,Judith 19. Bright, Susan 19, 170, 174,186, 187. Broggini,Ray 19,161, 170, 174. Bromeier, Elizabeth 99. Brooks, Linda 99. Brown, Bruce 99. Brown, Dan 99. Brown, David 19. Brown,Janet 85, 179, 187. Brown, Thomas 99,17O. Brownfield, Diane 19. Broz, Glenn 19, 160. Brozak, Monica 85, 136. Brucker, Sylvia 99. Bruegger, Norma 1 9. Bubuli, Beth 20, 157, 166, 170. Bucr,Jeannette 99. Buchholz, George 20, 122,161,178,181,184. Budak, Bonita 20, 162. 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Chmielewski, Christine 86, 147. Chmura, Richard 100. Chrewan, Marlene 86, 175. Christian, Susan 86, 153 Christman, Barbara 157, 166. Christman, Douglas 1 6 1, 1 74. Chubokas, Rosemarie 86. Chuha, David 185. Cigary, Patricia 162, 165. Cilluffo, Rosemary 153, 1 6 1 , 1 82. Cimmino, Renato 86. Cioletti, Cheryl 86, 165. Cioletti, Pat 86. Cira, Elaine 161, 170. Clark, Joyce 86. Clark, Lon 163. Clatterbuck, Douglas 1 00, 1 64. Clutterbuck, William 100. Coates, Larry 86, 1 49, 1 85. Cochran, David 151, 185 Cochran, Donald 100, 1 73. Cochran, Marlene 86, 168. Cole, Donna 86, 157. Colaric, Douglas 86, 185 Collins, Sharon 136, 1 74. Colonna, Christine 86. Comienski, James 86, 149. Conklin,James 100, 177 Connacher, Georgia 23, 1 6 1, 1 63. Connor, Cheryl 86. Conover, Chris 86. Contofalsky, Lynne 23, 161. Conway, Carla 86, 177. Cook, Cynthia 86, 162, 1 75. Cool, Martin 23, 168, 170, 171, 172. Cooper, Carol 23, 136, 152, 157, 158, 159, 161 174, 187. Cooper, Ronald 1 1 5. Cooper, Thomas 86. 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Dietrich, Michael 100. Dietz, Cheryl 25. Dietz, Diane 101. Dietz, Karen 25, 101, 160,174, 177, 182. Dietz, Karl 127. Dimas, David 169, 171. Dimitruk, Paul 101, 1 18, 150, 179, 184, 187. Dingethal, Lorelei 101. Dinse, Karen 87, 175. Djubasak, Raymond 1 0 1, 169,171, 172,173. Dod, Eric 25,151,167. Docktor, Gerald 87, 126. Dodick,Susan 87. Doering, Claudia 25, 1 53, 1 75. Doering, Linda 1 0 1, 1 77. Doeringer, Jon 1 O 1. Dombrowski, Margaret 25. Dombrowski, Martin 10 1. Dompier, Ronald 1 84. Dompier, Thomas 1 0 1. Dornbrook, Dustin 87, 1 15, 127. Dorsey, Coralee 101, 177, 186. Dorsey, Deborah 101, 147. Dort, Dianne 1 77. Doskocil, Anthony 25, 115, 181, 185. Dougan, Clark 1 0 1. Dowdell, Margaret 87, 1 69. Dowdell, Michael 1 0 1, 1 73. Downs, Jacqueline 1 01. Doyle, Steve 1 0 1. Drago, Joseph 87, 1 15, 1 8 1. Drake, Diane 1 0 1. Dray, Belinda 10 1, 1 69, 1 73. Dregalla, Herb 25, 161, 168, 170, 171,174. Drickamer, James 1 0 1. Drickamer, John 10 1. Dubois, Laurie 1 0 1. Duchon, Carol 25, 161. Duke, Marcia 87, 147, 150, 158, 166, 171, 175, 186. Dumford, Dianne 165. Dunn, Elaine 87, 162. Duplaga, Gayle 26. Durda, Anthony 87. Durda, Christine 101. Durda, John 26. Durda, Margie Ann 101, 146, 186. Durdil,Jeffrey 101. Dvorak, Dianne 26, 163, 165, 183. Dworznik,James 26. Dwyer, Neil 163. Dziedzicki, Robert 26, 170, 171, 172. Dzurik, Susan 87. E Earley, John 127. Early, Charles 26. Eby, Lawrence 26, 126, 151. Eckerfield, Frances 87. Eder, James 87. Edwards, Carol 26. Egan,John 101. Egan, Patricia 101. Eggett, Diane 87, 153, 166, 168, 173. Eging,James 101. Eging, Russell 87. Egyed, David 101. Ehrbar, James 101. Eibel, Edward 87. Eizember, Timothy 26. Ellis, Gayle 101. Eltrich, Vickie 101. Elwood, Robert 87. Emfield, Gary 26, 185 Emmons, Maureen 26, 147, 175. Enyart, Warren 101. Eppioh,John 101. Eppich,Susan 101. Epstein, Gene 101, 183, 170. Epstein, Jesse26, 147, 157, 161, 183. Erdman, Diane 175. Erikson, Judith 27, 136, 158, 161, 174. Eschbach,Judith 101, 177. Estenik,Deirdre 101, 147. Evancho, Diane 27, 175. Evancic,Douglas 101, 173. Eyman, Penny 87, 153, 175. F Fabian, David 87. Fackler, Russell 27, 1 15, 127, 1 77. Faenza, John 101, 177. Fahrland, Thomas 101, 174. Faia, Vincent 101. Fair, Elizabeth 101, 146, 175. Falkenstein, Cheryl 27. Falkenstein, Jacqueline 87, 150, 159, 175. Faubel, Craig 87, 184. Faulhammer, Karen 87. Faust, Larry 101. Fava, Suzanne 27, 183. Fazakas, Frank 101, 177 185. Felice,Joe 101. Felice, Sandra 87. Fenda, Gregory 27. Fenda, Patricia 27, 32, 136,140,175. Ferencz, Christine 87, 152,157,166,169,171, 183. Ferguson, John 27. Ferguson, Timothy 87. Fernelius, Christine 27, 153, 155, 160, 174, 182. Ferretti, Nick 101, 169, 171, 173. Ferrini, Lawrence 87. Fialkowski, Steven 101. Fiegland, Dale 27, 135. Fields, Christine 101. Fierle, Suzanne 87. Fill, David 101, 177. Filous, Frank 101. Filous, Thomas 87. Filson, Christine 101, 175. Finn, Bonnie 101. Finn, Nancy 27, 148, 161. Fiore, Leonard 87. Fischer, Gregory 101. Fischer, Susan 101, 177. Fisher,Jon 87, 118, 177, 185. Fisher, Martin 27. Fischer, Robert 87. Fitiak, Andrew 87. Fitzgerald, Kathleen 101. Fix, Leslie 28, 148, 165, 175. Flamik, George 87. Flash, James 28, 185. Flegel, Edward 87. Fletcher, Linda 101. Flick, Daniel 87. Florian, Janet 101, 177. Florio, Christopher 1 O 1. Floro, Diane 87. Flowers, Nancy 101. Folop,Joan 101. Folsom, Edwin 28, 120, 150, 155, 161, 164, 178, 18 1, 185. Forchione, Dennis 101. Ford, Kathleen 101. Forman, Richard 101. Foster, Barbara 87, 136. Foster, George 28, 149, 152, 155, 156, 174, 178 Foster, Linda 101. Fowler, Wayne 101. Fox, Barbara 87. Fox, David 101. Francis, Karen 101, 166, 177. Franczak, Eileen 101, 164. Frank, Judith 87. Frankenberg, Elizabeth 162. Franklin, Donna Marie 28. Franklin, Patricia 87, 136, 179, 187. Franko,John 101, 177. Fraser, Ann 101. Fratalonie, Vivienne 87. Frederick, Bonnie 101, 177. Frederick, Henry 101. Frederick, Robert 101, 167. Freitas, Diane 101. Fretter, Howard 101. Frey, Joel 101. Frick, Beverly 101, 165. Fricker, John 87, 178. Friedrich, Linda 101. Frimel, Gail 28. Fritsch, Ronald 28. Fritsch, Sandra 28. Fritz, Kenneth 28, 146, 149, 178, 186. Frohman, Patricia 101, 168, 173, 175. Frolin, Michael 87. Fruits, Barbara 28, 32, 136, 163. Fry, David 101. Fuizzotti, Peter 101. Fuller, Diane 28. Fuller, James 87, 178, 181, 184. G Gahan, Thomas 101, 167. Gailey, Paul 28. Gainey, Charles 87, 1 15. Galaboff, Sondra 29. Galdun, Nancy 87, 136, 140. Gall, Elaine 29, 161. Galliher, Thomas 29. Gallo, Maria 87. Galmarini, Donna 101, 148. Galvin, Tim 88. Gandolf, Edward 29. Gannon, James 101. Gannon, John 88. Gannon, Patricia 29. Gans, Dianne 29, 160. Ganss, Dennis 101. Gantose, Jeanine 29. Gantose, Bob 101. Garland,Jean 102. Garofalo, Carole 29, 136, 165, 180. - Garrett, Janice 102, 170. Gartman,Jimmie 88, 1 15, 184. Gartman, Thomas 102. Gary, Joseph 29, 184. Gasior, Diane 102. Gate, Kenneth 102. Gaydos, Robert 29. Gaxdick, Dennis 102, 166, 177, 178. Gedeon, Dennis 29. Geiger, Mary 102, 147, 148, 166, 179, 187. Genzen, Jeff 88. George, Gene 102, 164. Gerace, Michael 88, 168, 171,173. Gerding, Robert 29, 168, 171. Germ, Rudolph 88. Germ, Sharon 30, 161. German, Sharon 30, 156, 157. Gerzeny, Claudia 102. Geshke, Mary 102. Giaimo, Lucille 88, 165. Gib, John 102. Gibson, Wwayne 30, 171 172. Gibson, William 88, 127, 146, 169, 184, 186. Gilbert, Lynn 30. Gilchrist, Cynthia 88, 162. Giles, Gayle 30, 174, 175. G.ill,James 102. Gill, Kathleen 102. Girosky, Michael 88. Gladura, Linda 30, 161, 165. Glennon, Thomas 88. Gluck, Vincent 30. Godman, Nadine 88, 153, 165, 166, 183. Goebl,Judy 88, 162. Goetz, Daniel 30, 160, 172, 174. Go1as,Ronald 102. Golas, Sharon 30. Goldner, Carol 102, 177. Goldner, James 30. Golem, Cheryl 88. Goltz, Sheryl 30. Good, Peggy 30. Goode, Mary 31, 162. Goodwin, Carol 88, 174. Goodwin, Frances 88, 126, 130. Goodyear, Eric 31, 161, 170, 171, 178, 181, 185 Gorey, James 88. Gorsica, Beverly 31. Graber, John 88, 184. Grabinski, Cynthia 31, 166. Grace, Robert 88. Gradine, Rosemary 88, 152, 165, 175. Grady, Patricia 102, 127. Grady, Susan 31. Graf, Gloria 31. Graham, Alan 88, 118, 177. Graham, Diane 102. Graham, Janet 88, 166, 186. Graham, John 102. Grahl, Cynthia 31, 160, 183. Granfors, Anthony 102, 149. Granfors, Connie 88. Granke,Jeanette 102. Gravatt, Byron 88. Gray, Donald 31. Gray, Richard 88. Gray, Richard 102. Grecenuk, Theodore 88, 185. Grecol, Laurence 31. Green, Betsy 31. Green, James 102, 177. 1 Green, Janelle 88. Greenberg, Emil 88, 167. Greene, Elaine 31, 186. Grenda, Paul 102. Gresko, Robert 88. Grey, Pamela 31. Greider, Donald 102, 135. Griesbach, Donna 34, 136, 174, 180. Griffith, Karl 102, 177. Grigas,Judith 88, 177. Griger, John 103. Grigger, Linda 103. Grisak, Margie 34, 155. Grodell,Jeffrey 103. Groenke, Michael 88, 118, 169, 171, 173. Groom, Richard 103. Grove, Alan 103. Grove, John 88. Gruge1,Jean 34, 163. Gruhn, Gary 34. Grunau,Diane 103. Grunau, Lynn 88. Guddy, Bernadette 34. Gudin, Alexis 34. Gudin, Carol 103. Gudin, Michael 88. Guenther, Patricia 88, 147, 168, 171, 180. Guinther, Dave 184. Gumz, Mark 103, 177, 179, 187. Gural, Robert 103, 118, 146, 166, 186. Gural,William 103. Gurko, Shirley 34. Gurovich, Daniel 34, 151 Guska, John 34, 115, 129, 135, 181, 184. Guska, Rita 103, 175. Guthrie, Karin 88, 162. Guzik,James 34. H Haberkost, Deanna 88, 146, 166, 175, 186. Haberkost, Donald 34, 120, 144, 161, 174, 185, 187. Habig, Dale 103. Haburchak, David 34, 118, 161, 168, 170, 171, 1 7 8. Habusta, Steven 88, 174. Hace, James 103. Hack, Fred 103. Hadovsky, Anthony 88. Hagenberger, Kenneth 88. Hague, Kathleen 35, 1 48. Ha1al,John 126. Hales, Dennis 103. Hall, Karen 103. Haller, Alice 88. Haller, Diane 88. Haller, William 35. Hamilton, Norma 88. Hammond, Melanie 88. Hammond, Melinda 88. Hamula, Kirk 103. Hamula, Linda 88, 162. Hanisko, Danny 35. Hanna, Michael 103, 167. Hannan, Eileen 88, 153, 159, 165, 170. Hannan, Tari 35, 163, 166. Hansen, Sandra 103. Hanson, Kathleen 88, 148. Happel, Barbara 35, 186. Harden, David 35, 160, 178, 185. Hardie, Bonnie 160. Hardy, Diane 162, 175. Hardy, Karen 103, 165, 175. Hargrove,Wilfred 35. Harlan, James 88. Harmon, Earldean 35. Harnak, Sandra 103. Harper, Roger 88, 135, 169, 171, 172. Harris, Sue 88. Harrison, Ilona 35, 151, 161, 155,158, 159. Harrison, Susan 88, 162, 165, 183, 186. Hartlieb, Carol 103. Hartlieb, Terry 103, 129, 177, 178. Hartline, Patricia 35, 186. Hartman, Alanna 35. 168, 170. Hartman, Don 88, 170, 171, 172. Hartman, Judith 103. Hartman, Terry 88. Hasek, Roberta 103, 165. Hasman, Charles 88, 167 Hassa, Joanne 36, 148, 162, 183. Hasselschwert, Cynthia 36, 153, 160, 166,169, 170, 171. Hatvany, Richard 163. Haug, Andrea 103. Haug, Janice 103. Haug, Judith 88, 136. Haug, Linda 88. Haupt, Daniel 88. Hausser, Gail 36, 177. Hausser, Gwen 36, 153, 160, 166, 174. Havens, Nancy 103, 175. Hawran, Patricia 89, 165 Hayn, Darrell 89. Hays, Michael 36. Heaton, Judith 36, 163, 168. Heberand, Sandra 103. Hehmeyer, William 89. Heidenreich, Peter 89, 115, 135, 147, 184. Heider, Theodore 103. Heil, Charlene 103, 155, 175. Heintel, Susan 36, 127. Heise, Alan 103. Heise, David 103. Heisler, Joan 36. Held, Sandra 36. Helms, Shirley 103. Hemmings, John 89. Henning, Nancy 103. Henninger, Susan 89. Hepp, Norbert 89. - Heppner, Authur 103. Heppner, Joanne 36. Heppner, Ronald 89. Herbkersman, Linda 36, 156. Herbold,Judy 103. Herendic, Kathryn 103. Herman, Noreen 177. Herman, Robert 37. Hermanson, Sharon 37, 152, 155, 166. Hermanson, Susan' 32, 37, 152, 155, 166. Hern,Janet 37, 148, 168,170, 171,174. Herrity, Kathleen 103. Herrmann, Robert 37. Hertel, Linda. 89, 165, 166, 175. Hesseman, Carol 89. Hewis, Scott 103, 173. Hibian,Joyce 37, 160. Hickey, Dennis 103. Hickman, Linda 103, 165,166,175. Higgins,Thomas 37, 118,127, 181. High, Ronald 103, 151, 168, 171. Hilfer, Richard 37, 160, 184. Hill, Burnette 103. Hill, Donna 103. Hill, Ellen 89, 153, 165, 177, 186. Hill, Ronald 37. Hill, Scott 37, 127. Hillegas, Sandra 37. Hinckley, Sue 103, 147. Hirsh, Sherman 103. Hlavaty, John 89. Hoag, Joy 103. Hoban, Francis 103. Hobl, Alan 37. Hodar, Richard 37. - Hodge, Amelia 89, 165. Hoelter, David 127, 38, 169, 171. Hoflich, Rosemary, 103. Hohenstein, Dennis 38. Holden, Robert 38, 168, 170, 171, 172, 184. Holford, Cathy 38, 146, 182, 186. Ho1lo,Joseph 103. Holm, Judith 89, 162. Holm, Robert 38, 161, 174. Holms, Laura 103. Holt, Edward 103. Holt, Richard 103. Holz, Robert 103. Holzschu, Phyllis 103. Holzworth, Robert 103. Honzik, Jeffrey 103, 164. Hooker, Gloria 89-, 174. Horky, Carolyn 103, 1 57, 165. Hornack, Barbara 89. Horchar, Andrea 103. Hornung, Steve 38. Horrigan, Kevin 103. Horvath, Charles 89. Horvath, James 3-9, 186. Horvath, Joseph 38, 146, 1 74. Horvath, Linda 103, 165. Horvath, Mary 38, 161. Horvath, Susan 103. Hosey,Dorse1 38. Hosic, Barbara 38, 152, 160, 171. Hosic, Patricia 89, 152, 170, 174. Hostal, Susan 38, 161, 162. Hotaling, Stephen 103g Hovanes, Carl 103. Hribar, Janet 89. Hricisin, Carol 38, 1 56, 162, 168, 186. Hruby, Joseph 89, 169, 170, 171, 172. Hudson, Carol 89, 175, 186. Huge, Arthur 39, 115, 135, 181, 184. Hughes, Ginny 38, 174, 186. Hulec,Jean 177. Humenik, Paul 103. Hummel, Mark 103. Humphrey, Janis 39, 165, 175. Hunt, Geralen 89, 174, 155. - , Hunter, Donna 89. 4 Hunter, John 39, 166, 1 77. Hurr, Deborah 103. Hutnik, Tamara 39, 161, 1 82. Hynes, Sherry 89. Hyps, Robert 39. I . Iacano, Patrick 103. Ihde, William 103, 177. Imbrigiotta, Frances 89. Immormino,Joseph 89. Immormino, Linda 89. Imperial, Roseline 103. Indellicati, Mary 103. Ingersoll, Suzan 103, 1 68, 1 71, 1 '75 Ingraham, Terry 97. Irwin, Thomas 39, 185. Isenhath, Rebecca 89. Ivancic, Richard 89, 126 J Jablonski, Allen 103 Jablonski, Dennis 89. Jackson, Christine 89. Jackson, Lynne 39, 152, 161. Jackson, Robert 89. Jackson, Thomas 103. Jacob, Joanne 174. Jacobi, Barbara 89. Jacobs, MaryJane 89. Jadrych, Susan 89, 146, 186. Jagusch, Christine 103. Jakovic, John 103. Jakubowski, Alan 103. Jakubs, David 103. Janda, Louis- 103. Jankowski,Marlene 39. Janosko, Linda 103, 183 Jarmusik, Sandra 89. Jarvis, Christina 89, 148. Jasany, Kathryn 39, 162 Javorsky, Barbara 89. Javorsky, Diana 89. I 1 Jech, Donna 89. ' Jeckel, Barbara 39, 162. Jefferson, Ethel 89, 162. Jefferson, Sandra 103. Jemma, Naomi 40, 152, 158, 175, 180, 183, 186 J ennings, Lawrence 103 1 77. Jensch, Connie 40. Jerome, David 103, 171. Jeski,Jeffrey 40. Jex, Mildred 40. Jicha, Linda 89. Jira, Laura 104. Johnson, David 104. Johnson, Kimberly 40, 158, 159,-160, 164, 186 Johnson,Jeri 40. Johnson, Patricia 40, 162. . Johnson, Sharon 40, 1 6 1. Johnston, Susan 89. Joines, Richard 40, 126. Jones, Marcia 40, 146, 152, 157, 158, 164, 166 183, 186. Jones, Michael 104. ' Jones, Patricia 89. Jones, Steven 104, 184. Jones, Susan 40, 1495 152 157, 160, 171, 183. Jones, Vicki 104. - Jordan, Renee 104, 155. J orgenson, Sharon 89, 177, 186.- Jovan, Rita 89, 168, 173. Joyce, Gregory 104, 120. Joyce,Judy 40, 175. Junno, Sylvi 89, 157, 1 66. Jurand, George 41, 161. Jurand, Henry 104. J uratovac, Thomas 4 1, 1 1 5. Jurca, Robert 1 04, 1 35. K Kachelein, Susan 1 04, 1 72. Kaczmarski, Daniel 41. Kader, Gary 90, 1 15. Kaderabek, Charlotte 4 1, 160, 165. Kafun, Kathryn 90. Kaine, Kathryn 41,- 146, 186. Kalilich, Susan 90. Kalita, Dennis 90. Kalkbrenner, Carl 104. A Kaminoski, Marilynn 41. Kaminski, Sharon 90, 1 53, 1 68. Kamps, Lee 90, 1 78. Kaniecki, Candy 4 1,1 1 55 1 74. Kapela, Gregory 90, 168, 1 70. Kapustar, Alan 90. Karales, Mary Ellen 90, 177, 186. . Karbon, Claudia 41, 183. Karbon, Joyce 41, 157, 161, 183. Kare, Linda 41, 147, 156, 168.- Karlosky, Joyce 90, 153. Karnowski, David 90. Karpowicz, Marie 104. Kartson, Elaine 42, 153, 165. Kartson, Dean 42. Kaska, Joyce 90, 177. Kasnyik, Kenneth 90. Kasper, Stephen 104. Kassouf, Richard 104. Kassouf, Richard 104, 185. A Kassouf, Robert. 104. Katzan, Louise 90. Kaugurs, Mara 90, 147, 177. ' Kay, Patricia 42, 156, 157, 183. Kaye, Steven 104, 177. Keiser, Kathleen 42, 166 Kelch, Russell 104, 151, 167, 177. . Kempton, Richard 42, 1 1 8. Kempton, Susan 104. Kencson, David 42, 1 15, 116, 125, 129, 135, 185 Kendrick, Linda 104. Kendrick, Phelen 42, 1 77. Kenzig, Linda 42, 162. Kepes, Karen 153, 174. Kereky, Andrew 104. Kerins,Jim 104. Kerlin,James 90. Kerner, Ronald 90, 167. Kerr, Robert 104. Kessler, Joann '42, 162. Kettler, Edward 90. Kettler, Kathleen 104, 163. Kibler,DWain 90. Kich, Robert 42, 163. Kijanko, Anthony 42, 115, 125, 178, 181, 184 Kilbane, Gail 42. ' Kilbane, Timothy 106, 1 77. Kinbaum, Linda 90, 153, 159,168,1 73. Kincart, Robert 1 04. King, Beverly 104, 175. Kinsman, Susan 90, 136, 147, 177, 186. Kinzy, Gary 104. Kirby, John 90, 149, 153. Kircher, David 43, 126. Kircher, Karen 104. Kirkpatrick, Joy 1 04. Kirstein, Pauline 90, 1 65, 1 52. Kish, Carol 104. Kish, Frant 90, 1 84. Kish, Veronica 90. Kispert, Donald 1 1 8, 1 27 171, 181, 184. Kittinger, Bruce 1 6 1. Kittinger, Catherine 90. Klan, George 104. Kleiss, Neal 90. Klima, Thomas 90. Kling, Liisa 102, 104, 141,168,173. Kling, Maila 170. Klingman, Caren 90, 1 86. Kloos, Dolores 90. Klusmann, Carol 174. Kluth, Linda 136, 161, 174. Knable, Margaret 104. Knapik, Sharon 90. Knauer, Edward 44, 149. Knight, Robert Kobs,John 44, 149, 167. Kobus,John 44,161. Kocaja, John 90. Kocaja, Thomas 104. Koch, Cheryl 104. Kocian, Joseph 104, 151. Kocka, John 44. Kocka, Julius 104. Koehler, Klaus 104. Koehn, Darlene 104, 177. Koehn, Deborah 104, 177. Koenig, Karen 90, 177. Koerper, Robert 44. Kofron, Sandra 44, 156, 161. Koharik, Richard 1 5 1. Kohls, Marcia 44, 163. Kolis, Robert 44. Kolman, Patricia 90. Kolman, Toby 90, 184. Kolthoff, Linda 90. Komar, Richard 90. Komora, Howard 104. Konrad, Sharyn 44, 165. Kontur, Ronald 90. Koopman, William 104. Kopp, Michele 90. Korecky, Carole 44, 156, 165. Kormos, Keith 44. Koshock, Louise 177. Kost, Donald 45, 185. Koster, Sharon 84, 102, 104,141,177. Kota1ik,Da1e 104. Kotasek, Nancy 90, 175. Kott, Jane 104,147, 177. Kovacic, Charles 104, 177. Kovalenko, Christine , 104. - Kovatch, William 45. Kowar, Clayton 104. Kozak, Bernard 90. Kozimor, Christine 90, 153, 158, 166. Kozimor, Lawrence 104, 178. . Koziol, Diane 90. Krafcik, Patricia 104, 170. Krakowiak, Alan 45. Kraus, Phillip 104. Krawchenko, Nina 90, 177. Kraynak, Deborah 104. Krech, Thomas 104. Kreko, Lois 90. Kresanko,John 45. Kreuscher, Karla 104. Kreutzer, Jeffrey 169, 170,171,177. Krisak, David 90. Krisky, Dave 90, 178. Krivos, Robert 45. Kroboth, Shirley 104. Kromer, Donald 104, 173. Kronenberger, Nancy 90. Kruggel, Tom 97. Kruk, Rebecca 45. Krupka, Tom 45. Krusinski, Richard 45. Krysiak, Allan 45, 168, 173. Krysiak, Anita 105, 147. Kubit, Gayle 105, 168, 170, 173. Kucera, Jo Anne 45. Kuchling, Annmarie 45. Kuchta, Kathleen 45. Kucinski, Benedict 105, 177. Kugler, Wayne 105. Kuhar, Carolyn 90. Kuhn, Carl 105. Kuhn, Carol 46, 147, 158. Kuhn, Terry 105. Kulcsar, Gail 90, 98, 136 147,152,174,179,186: 1 87. Kulczycki, Michael 9 1. Kuntz, Heidi 105. Kunz, Gregory 127. Kupniewski, Daniel 91. Kurak, John 91. Kurek, Diane 46, 166, 1 77. Kurka, Robert 105. Kurtz, Barbara. 91, 175. Kutchko, Marsha 46, 148. Kuznar, James 1 05. L Labuda, Nancy 105. Labuda, William 46, 185. Lacek, George 105. Lacek,Joseph 91. Lamb, Betty 105, 175. Lamb, Sally 91, 175. Lambert, Barbara 105, 177. Lampert, Mary Lynn 1 05, 166, 177. Landis, Diane 105. Lane, Margaret 1 05. Lange, Eric 46, 1 18. Lange, George 105. Langston, Charles 105, 1 68, 1 71 . Lantzer, William 105, 171. Lanza, Anthony 91. Lanzer, Linda 91, 157, 169. Lanza, Angela 105. Lanzdorf, Danny 91. Lascko, John 91. Laska, Sandra 46, 150, 164, 175, 180. Lasko,Judy 46. Lasky, Richard 105. Latimer, Jeffrey 105, 135. Latine, Lawrence 91. Latos, Christine 91. Latsko, Jane 46, 153, 1 6 1. Latter, Bruce 91, 184. Latza, Margaret 91. Lauger,Shie1a 91. Laughlin, Linda 46. Laux, James 105, 177. Lawler, Sharon 105. Lawson, William 105. Leahy, Gary 91. Lee, Karen 91. Lee, Kenneth 105, 126. Legan, Joanne 91, 148, 162. Legan, Louise 105. Leggett, Darlene 91, 158, 162. Lehotan, Karen 91. Leib, Kenneth 46. Leiby, Diane 91, 147, 177. Leiby, Grant 46, 168, 171. Leiby, Willard 46, 174, 177, 184. Lemire, Paul 91. Lempner, Joseph 9 1, 1 1 8. Lendvay, Diane 47, 149, 1 6 1. Lengyel, Lois 105, 1 75. Leonard, Mary 91, 1 52, 1 75, 1 86. Lepley, Thomas 47. Leppa, Mark 105, 126, 1 85. Lerch, Judy 91, 166, 1 75. Lessing, Judith 47, 136, 144,158,161. . Levnajic, Marija 105. Lew, Linda 105. Lewis, Mary Lynn 47 . Lichvar, Douglas 47, 151, 155, 161. Lieberman, Richard 105, 1 26, 1 77. Lignos, George 91. Liguori, Julius 92, 1 69, 1 71. Lindsen, Sharon 105, 1 75. Lindway, Diane 105, 1 65 Link, Carolyn 105. Loice, Gregory 91. Lippmann, Frances 47, 152, 159, 174, 182. Liptay, Thomas 9 1. Littman, Albert 1 05. Littman, Mary 91. Lo Paro, Mary Ann 105. Lohmann, Carol 47, 1 53, 157, 160, 165, 166. Loika, Sally 91,147,175. Lopez, Anita 91, 166. Lopez, Linda 47. Lord, Carol 147, 168, 1 73. Loudon, Christin 105, 1 65. Lovelady, Dane 105. Lovelady, Lane 105, 1 85. Lowdermilk, David 91. Lubowicz, Cynthia 105. Lubowicz, Joseph 91. Lucas, Marlene 91. Ludwig, Rolf 1 05. Luich, Michael 1 05. Luka, Deborah 105. Lukacsko, Wayne 47, 135, 149, 151, 155, 160, 182. Lukasik, Gary 91. Luke, Judi 91. Lutz, Karen 105. Lutz, Thomas 91. Lynch, James 105. M Maar, Andrew 91, 1 1 8. Mabry, Gail 47, 1 75, 1 86. Mac Dowell, Daniel 47. Mack, Michele 91. Mackenzie, Scott 105. Mackert, Linda 91, 168, 1 70, 1 7 1. Mackulin, Cheryl 47, 1 36, 1 47. Macron, Fred 105. Madden, William 48. Maddox, John 48. Maddox, Kathleen 106. Maden, Kathleen 106. Maier, Kathleen 48, 150, 151, 155, 174, 186. Majka, Dennis 48. Majka, Robert 167. Majka, Thomas 106. Major, Lee 48,163, 168, 179,185,187. Makoski, Wayne 91, 1 1 5. Malek, George 1 1 5. Malone, Thomas 106. Malusky, Lancing 91, 1 77 . Mancusco, Deborah 1 02, 1 06, 1 4 1. Mangone, Linda 48, 163. Mantz,John 48. Mapes, Maria 106, 147. Maradits,James 91, 167. Marcy, Robert 48, 166. Marek,James 48, 166, 1 84. Marginian, Mary Lou 9 1, 148, 1 75. Marhefka, Patricia 91, 1 65. Marinelli, Guy 48, 1 27, 153,161,181,185. Maroon, Nancy 48. Marr, Candace 48, 147, 153, 157, 161, 174, 183. Marr, Judith 91, 1 75. Marsella, Marie 49. Marsoun, Dennis 91. Martens, Neil 92, 1 69, 1 73, 1 84. Martin, Cheryl 106, 168. Martin, Joseph 92. . Martin, Richard 92, 1 15, 1 5 1. Martin, Susan 49, 1 68, 1 77. Martin, William 49. Martinez, Gary 92, 1 85. Martix, James 1 06. Marx, Douglas 92. Marzola, Rosaline 106. Marzola, Vincent 92, 1 15, 167. Mascol, William 127, 167. Mason, Stan 106, 168, 173. Master, Patricia 49. Matea, James 92. Mathe, Linda 49. Mathews, David 92, 169, 173. Mathis, Iris 106. Matlak, Ann Marie 106. Matuska, Sandra 92. Matyk, Ronald 92. Maudsley, James 49, 161, 166, 167. Maudsley, Richard 92, 1 77. Maudsley, Robert 106, 1 67. May, Kalman 106. May, Thomas 92. Mayer, Jacqueline 106. Mayernik, Ellen 92. Mayo, Charles 106. Mbiad, Maryann 106. Mc Cann, Kathleen 49, 166,174, 183. Mc Carthy, Martin 49. Mc Carthy, Mary 49, 16 1. Mc Cleave, Jeffrey 106. Mc Cleave, William 92, 1 1 5. Mc Cormick, Paula 106. Mc Cosh, Joanne 49. Mc Cullough, Lynne 49. Mc Cullough, Martha 92, 165, 166, 175, 186. Mc Donald, Martha 92, 165, 186. Mc Donough, Judith 49, 177. Mc Donough, Paul 106. Mc Ginty, Kathleen 50. Mc Greehan, Merle 50. Mc Guire, Danny 106. Mc Millen, Lois 106. Mc Namara, Michael 106 Mc Noldy, Marian 92, 1 77. Mecke, Karen 50. Mecke, Richard 106. Meeth, Sue 50, 136, 140, 141, 152, 157, 158, 161, 174 179 182 186 187 Mehaliklfathryn 92, . 165, 177. Mehrling, James 50, 168, 171, 172. Meibert, Renee 92, 177. Meinke, James 106, 168, 173, 174. Melda, James 106, 1 18. Melhuish, Eugene 92, 167. Melhuish, Paul 106. Melnyk, George 118. Mendat,Raemarie 50, 156, 162. Mendlek,Rosann 106. Menear, William 50. Menear, Rich 184. Mengel, Carole 50, 162. Messerknecht, Craig 106, 169, 173, 177. Metro, Kathleen 106. Metz,James 92. Metzger, William 106. Meyer, Gifford 1 15. Meyer, Kim 92, 130, 184. Meyers, David 50. Michalske, Joann 92, 147,153,168,171. Michaud, Alan 106, 173. Mielke, Gary 50. Mihalek, Kathleen 106, 147. Miketa, Frances 106. Miklus, James 50. Mikulas, Timothy 92, 115, 129, 151, 181. Mileti, Robert 92. Miller, Cynthia 50. Miller, Gary 51. Miller, Gwen 51, 136, 150, 174, 186. Miller, John 106. Miller, Judith 92. Miller, Linda 92. Miller, Madeline 51. Miller, Rita 92. Miller, Ronald 92, 177. Miller, Steven 106. Miller, Toni 106. Minto, Richard 106. Mion, Eugene 92, 174. Mion, Robert 106. Mitchell, Dale 92, 177, 184. Mitterholzer, John 106, 177. Mitzo,Janice 51, 174, 182, 186. Mitzo, Monica 92, 152. Mizanin, James 106. Mizanin, Sharon 5 1, 177, 186. Mlakar, Julianna 5 1, 165, 175. Mlcoch, Roberta 106. Mlecik, Michael 92, 127. Mohler, Kenneth 92. Mohon, Ronald 51. Mokaren, Dale 106. Molina, Phillip 92. Molinari, Susan 51, 153, 160, 165, 174. Molnar, Darlene 51. Monachino, Pamela 51, 174. Monachino, Ronald 106. Monachino, Steven 106. Monde, Sandra 106. Monoc, Daniel 92, 171. Montgomery,JaInes 106 173. Mooradian, William 92, 1 74, 1 77. Moore, Alan 51,115,127. Moore, Dennis 106, 147, 1 5 1. Moore, Edward 92. Moose, Sarah 92, 148. Moran, Donald 51. Moran, Kathleen 106. Morgan, Jane 106. Morgan, Nancy 52, 136, 174, 180, 182. Morris, Connie' 106. Morse, David 106,177. Moser, Barbara 92, 152, 169, 1 71. Mosshart, Mark 106, 120. Moynihan, Allan 52, 126 184. Mozes,William 106. Mudra, Dennis 52. Mueller, Deborah 106. Mueller, Karine 52, 162, 177. Muha, June 52, 153, 160, 168, 171,18O, 182, 186. Muldoon, Nancy 106, 177. Murphy, Dan 106. Murphy, James 52. Murphy, Sandra 92. Murray, Paul 106. Musheno, Allen 52, 1 15. Musheno, Scott 92, 185. Musolf, Eileen 52, 136, 186. Musolf, John 106, 184. Musto, Thomas 106. Myczkowski, Robert 106 Myczkowski, Thomas 52 Myers, Charlene 92, 136, 140, 175, 186. N Nagel, Karen 52, 1 62. Nagelski, Paulette 52. Nanni, William 106. Nato, Linda 92. Naugle, Andrew 106. Navratil, Daniel 53. Nawrocki, David 92. 236 Nayman, Kenneth 92. Nayman, Sandra 106, 146, 166, 186. Naymik, Mary 53, 175. Nechvatal, Sharon 92. Necker, Charles 53, 161, 178, 184. Necker, Timothy 92, 184 Needham, Lynn 92, 146, 147, 166,186, 175. Nehez, Diane 92, Nehring, Betty 53. Neish, Gail 106. Nelson, Carol 93. Nemec, Edward 93. Nemeth, Dian 106, 177. Nesbit, Richard 106. Neubecker, Carla 106, 166, 177. Neumann, Marianne 93. Neumeyer, James 93. Neuzil, Lois 106, 164, 177. Nevins, Charles 93. Newell,James 93. Newland,John 53, 149, 155. Nicholson, Constance 93. Nielsen, Ann 53,155, 174. Nielsen, Paul 106. Niemi, David 93, 168, 171. Niemynski, Thomas 106. Nikolai, Donald 93, 135, 155. Noack, Carol 93, 162. Noll,Nicho1as 106. Noll, Pamela 106, 177. Norenberg, Julia 106. Norsio,Nanette 53. Novak, Richard 106, 169 173. Novotny, Michael 106. Nowak, Kathy 93. Nowlin,Stee1e 177. Nusser, Robert 106. Nye,Jules 53,118,127. Nyerges, Russell 106, 147, 166, 177. O O Brien, Constance 53, 1 66. O Dee, Ronald 53, 164. O Donnell, Brian 93, 177 O Hara, Karen 106. O Loughlin, Leola 106. O Loughlin, Michael 93. O Toole, Philip 93, 1 15, 1 8 1 . Obenauer, Robert 93, 168, 170, 171, 172. Obert, Mary 93, 162. Obloy, Susan 106. Ocetik, Linda 93, 156. Odell, Beverly 53, 136, 146, 186. Odell, Pamela 106, 146, 186. Offtermatt, Judith 54. Oktavec, James 106. Oktavec, Thomas 93. Olive, Terrence 93, 174. Olmutz, Ralph 93, 173. Olsen, Allan 106. Onda, Michael 106. Ongert, Paul 54. Orenick, Emil 93. Ornas, Gregory 93. Orzechowski, Benjamin 106. Oshiro, Richard 93, 168, 173. Overbeck, Cynthia 106, 175. Overton, David 106. Owen, Pamela 107. Owen, Sandra 54. Oaog, Darrell 54. Ozog, Peter 107. P Pabst, Robert 54, 185. Pace, Sandra 93. Pachuta, Kathleen 107. Pacula, Myron 54. Paine, Diana 107. Painting, Scott 93, 185. Palange, Michael 107. Palascak, Fred 93, 1 15. Palechka, Karen 54, 1 48. Palechka, Sandra 107. Paletta, Joseph 93. Paletta, Richard 107. Palfy, Louis 54. Palicka, Joann 107. Pall, Gerald 93, 150. Palmer, Linda 107. Palumbo,William 54, 155. Panik, Lester 93. Pankuch, Ronald 54. Pannell,Ronald 93. Papa, Angela 54. Pape, Joanne 93, 146, 186. Papp,Ernest 107. Papushak, Mary 162. Parker, Charles 54. Parker, James 55. Parks, Harold 93. Parks, Patricia 93. Parrish, David 107, 173, 184. Parry, David 107. Parshall, Andrea 55. Patakos, Peter 107. Patchan, Laura 107, 157, 166. Patla, Susan 107, 170. Patrick, Charles 55, 127, 178. Patrick, Darrel 55, 1 18. Patterson, Timothy 107. Paul,Alan 107. Paul, John 55,1 15, 135, 147, 165, 174, 181, 184. Paul, Rita 93,153,165, 175, 177,186. Paul, Roberta 55. Pavluk, Walter 107, 166. Pawlak, Tina 165. Pawluk, Marilyn 107. Payne, Judith 107, 177. Payne, Penny 146,1se. Payne, Robert 55. Payne, Ruth Ann 147. Peattie, Cheryl 162, 175. Peattie, Donna 107. Peck, Ernest 1 15. Peck, Kenneth 55. Peffer, Dennis 107. Pekar,Aleta 146, 186. Pekar, Marion 55. Pelz,James 55. Penksa, Mary Jean 162, 175. Pergl, Wayne 55, 127, 163. Pergler, Marsha 55, 153, 161, 165, 174, 179, 186, 187. Perin, Dick 107, 167. Perram, Guy 1 1 5. Pesek, Sam 56. Peshek, Roland 107. Petel, Gerald 107. Peters, Robert 184. Petitto,James 56, 125, 129,17O, 177. Petitto,Josephine 107, 147, 175. Petlowany, Carol 56. Petri, Kenneth 56, 174. Petrick, Janice 56, 162. Petrick, James 56. Petrus, David 56, 1 15. Peugh, Kathleen 56. Pfeil, Katherine 107. Pfister, Kenneth 107. Phillips,Connie 107, 175. Phillips, Sharon 56. Pigan, Christina 56. Pigott, Steven 127. Pike, Patricia 148. Plachy, William 146, 186. Planas, Antonio 107. Plattern,Wayne 107. Pletka, Bruce 56, 118, 127, 161. Podhradsky, Diane 57, 165, 177. Poe, Cynthia 57, 177, 180, 182. Poe, Margaret 107, 186. Pogalies, Carolyn 147, 177. Poggendorf, John 1 15, 127, 181. Polesky, Georgia 107. Pollak,MaryAnne 153. Polshak, Cynthia 107. Polshak, Patricia 57. Ponstingle, Daniel 57. Poole, Walter 94, 135. Poole, Sherry 94, 165. Popiel, David 57. Popil, Joyce 57, 161. Porter, Ward 107. Potapow, Victor 107. Potetz,Karla 168, 171. Powell,Lynette 163. Pragg, Edward 107. Prakope, Harry 94, 156. Prather, Judy 94, 146, 186. Prather, Ronald 163. Prenslow,Lorrence 107, 164. Prenslow, Lois 94, 175. Priest, Robert 57. Priest, Ronald 107. Pruehs,John 107. Prusak, Sandra 94. Pryatel, Martha 57, 161, 165. Przybys, Donald 94. Przybys, Robert 107. Pudlock,Jay 94, 181. Pulwer, Lilli 94, 183. Pupkiewicz, Glen 107. Putz, Leonard 127. Q Quast, Daniel 107. R Raczek, Robert 57. Radlick, Melanie 94, 98, 144, 155, 156, 175, 179 186, 187. Radloff, Dennis 57. Radloff, Michael 107. Radschuk, Robert 94. Ragan, Frank 57. Rakow, David 94. Ralph, Thomas 57. Rapp, Linda 94, 165. Raschke, Kathryn 107, 177. Raschke, Patricia 107, 177. Ratzloff, Suzanne 94, 150, 155, 170, 174. Rauth, Patricia 58. Raymond, Lynn 58. Raymond, William 58, 167. Rea, Thomas 94, 118, 169, 170, 171. Rebar, Robert 94. Rebrovich, Linda 94. Reddish, Carl 58. Redick, Allan 94, 115, 184. Redovian, Christine 58, 162. Reed, Carol 58, 157, 161, 166, 170, 183. Reed, Judith 107, 177 Reed, Kenvyn 58, 1 74. Reed, Thomas 94, 174. Reeder, Richard 107. Reeder, Robert 107. Reeves,Joseph 94. Regrut, Carol 58. Reho,John 107,118. Reichelt, James 107, 118. Reichert, Robert 58, 177. Reigler, Gail 94, 168, 177. Reik, Linda 58, 156,162, 174, 186. Reiman, Donald 107. Reirnan, William 94, 173. Reimer, Gregory 107, 177. Reimer, Robert 58. Reiner, Juanita 58, 165. Reinke, Ronald 59. Reiter, Richard 107. Renerts, Peter 94, 147, 155, 157, 183. Repp, Dennis 94. Resley, Jack 107. Retsch, Paul 59, 155,185. Reuben, Lynn 94. Reust, Clifford 107. Reust, Bob 107. Revilock,Will 59, 127. Revock, Ronald 59. Reynolds, Daniel 107. Reynolds, Patricia 59. Rhodes,Donald 59. Rhodes,Jennace 94. Richards Jacqueline 1 07. Richardson, James 107, 177. Richardson, Larry 59. Richmond, Arthur 107. Richter, Carol 94. Richter, Charles 59, 149. Rightweiser, John 59. Ricketts, Deborah 107. Rieter, James 107. Riley, Kathy 94, 174, 186. Rirner, Sheryl 59, 155. Rindfleisch, Edward 1 70. Risher, Constance 107, 175. Rizzo, Maureen 107. Roark, Danny 94. Roark, Dianne 107. Robbins, Charles 94. Robbins, Suzanne 59, 147, 148. Roberts, Carleen 59. Roberts, Craig 94. Roberts,Li1:rda 107. Roberts, Peter 107. Robertson, Barbara 107 Robertson, James 94, 130. Rodgers, Gary 94, 1 15. Rodgers,Jerry 94. Rodgers,Laurene 94, 165. Roeper, Donald 107. Rogel, Ronald 60, 163. Rohde, Marilyn 60. Rohde, Norma 60, 152, 157,161,165. Rohfeld, Patricia '107. Raksandic, Christine 107. Romay, Barbara 60. Romph, John 60, 151. Romph, William 60. Rodney, Elizabeth 107. Rose, Lorra 60. Roskavich, Andrea 94, 165. Rospierski, Jo Ann 94, 162. Ross,James 94. Ross, Michael 60, 1 15. Roth,James 94, 185. Roush, Sylvia 107, 168, 170, 171, 173, 177. Roush, Judy 94. Ruddy, Rosalyn 107. Rudolph, Cynthia 107. Rudyk, David 84, 107, 177. Running, Robert 60. Ruppelt, Diane 60, 183. Rush, Michael 60, 149. Rusnak, Jerry 94. Rusnak, Louise 107. Rusnak, Patricia 107. Russo, Robert 94. Rust, Michael 94, 1 15. Rustic, Thomas 107. Rusynyk, Dale 60, 160, 178. Rusynyk, Dennis 94. Ruth, Thomas 107, 169, 173. Rutherford,Janet 61, 166, 182. Rutti, David 107. Ryan, Donald 61. Ryan, Eugene 107. Ryan, Janice 61, 136, 162, 168, 170, 171. Ryan, Lance 108. Rzepkowski, Carol 61, 160. S Sabol, Michael 94. Sachs, Donn 108. Sado, Barbara 108. Sadowski, James 61, 1 15. Sahlay, Richard 94. Sako, James 108. Salamalekis, George 108. Salamon, Alan 108, 177. Saleem, Melvin 108. Salzer, Jay 94, 185. Sams, Sydney 148, 166. Sanders,William 94, 168, 178. Sandor, Kathleen 108, 147, 1 65. Sandor, Robert 94. Santel1,JoAnn 108, 170. Santell, Thomas 61. Santner, Jean 61, 136, 186. Santora, Paul 94, 185. Sappington, Susan 61, 147, 162, 166. Sapyca, Chris 109. Sarfi, Valerie 108. Sargent, James 61. Sargent, Judy 108, 177. Sartini, Barbara 94. Sartini, Linda 94, 147,186 Sasena, Lynn 108. Saunders, Arlie 61, 177. Savich, Florence 95, 148. Sawicki,Michael 108. Sawitzke, Donna 95. Scaletta, Lawrence 108. Scarl, Carol 61. Scavone,Joseph 95, 130. Schader, Linda 61, 148. Schaedel, Catherine 62, 152, 170, 186. Schaefer,Jacquinn 62. Schaefer, Kathleen 108. Schaefer, Susan 95, 159, 175. Schaefer, William 108. Schenek, Dan 95. Schenke, Richard 62, 160,174,178. Scheutzow, Glenn 62, 115, 181, 184. Schieman, Anita 108. Schindler, Christina 108. Schlager, Ronald 108. Schlegelmilch, Carol 108, 177. Schleif,Rufo1ph 95. Schlenkerman, Linda 95. Schmeler, Charles 95. Schmeler, Mary 108, 166. Schmid, Sarah 108, 165, 175. Schmidt, Eileen 95, 165. Schmidt, Jim 95. Schmidt, James 108. Schmidt, John 108. Schmidt, Michael 108, 177. Schmitt, Patricia 108. Schmitt, Robert 62, 149, 150, 151, 155. Schneider, Linda 62, 153, 160, 186. Schnoor, Barbara 108. Schock, Judy 108. Schoenthal, Carolyn 108, 177. Scholz, Daniel 108. Schommer, Kathleen 1 08, 1 69. Schoneberger, Susan 108. Schott, Robert 95. Schowinsky, Carla 108. Schroedel,Bonnie 108. Schubert, Dale 95. Schuch, Theodore 62. Schueler, Roberta 62, 146, 164, 183, 186. Schuerger, Barbara 95. Schuetz, David 108. Schuetz, Deanna 62. Schuler, Dennis 62. Schulte, Curtis 95. Schulte, Robert 62. Schultz, Glenn 62, 168, 171. Schultz,LaWrence 108, 170, 171. Schultz,Lynn 63, 147, 168. Schultz, Roger 95. Schultz, Sue 108, 170, 175. Schulz, Barbara 63. Schulz,Karen 108., Schulz, Karen M. 95, 175 Schulz, Kenneth 63, 127, 156, 185. Schulz, Patricia 95, 147. Schulz, William 95, 166. Schulze, Karen 108, 170. Schumacher, D91 63, 149 150, 156, 161, 164, 178 183. Schumann, Deborah 1 08, 175. Schumann, Susan 63, 147,155,170, 174, 186 Schwan, Kathleen 32, 63, 136,140, 141,161,179 187. Schwan, Susan 84, 102, 108, 141, 175. Schwanke,Jan 108, 177. Schwark, Linda 95, 177. Schwarten, Carol 108. Schwarten, Joseph 63. Schwartz, Susie 34, 36, 63,149,152,15v, 161, 183, 243. Schwarzer, Don 95, 168. Schwarzer, William 108, 1 7 1 , 1 73. Schwarzmann, Darlene 1 08. Schwenk, Crystal 63. Scicchitano, Joseph 185. Scolaro, Joseph 95. Scott, Mike 63, 178, 184. Scott, Janet 63,148,186 Scullin, Elaine 95. Sears,James 108. Sebastian, Kenneth 95, 167. Sebek,Jack 108, 173. Sebek,Joan 63,95, 177. , Sefl, Gary 64, 163, 181. Selivaniv, Larry 64, 161. Sellers, Dale 95, 167. Sellers, Rita 108, 177. Sel1man,Arleen 64. Sellman, David 108. Seman, Marilyn 108. Seman, Nancy 64. Semegen, Becky 64. Senesi, Bill 95. Sency, Ronald 64, 1 17, 115,127,135,181. Setar, John 95, 156, 167. Sevcik, Karen 95. Sevinsky, Barbara 108. Sevinsky, Karen 108. Sevinsky, Kay 108. Sevrance, Susan 64, 161. Sgro,James 108. Shaproski, Richard 109. Sharkus,Jarnes 64, 185. Shatto, Dorian 95, 175. Shaw, Carol 147. Shaw, Susan 95, 109. Shawan, Charles 109, 177. Sheldon, Cynthia 64, 162. Sheldon, Gregory 109. Shelton, Linda 95, 165. Shepherd, Virginia 64. Sheridan,James 95. Sherwood, Linda 109, 146, 1 86. Shibley, Jeffery 1 09, 1 68, 1 7 1. Shibley, Linda 64, 170, 1 71. Shifflett, Terrence 109, 177. Shimelonis, Cynthis 109. Shorts, Edward 95, 1 1 5, 127, 184. Shott, James 95, 178. Shumway, Holly 95, 156, 175. Shuster, Joyce 102, 109, 141. Sidor, Valerie 109. Siebert, Glenn 130, 64, 174. Siegfried, Pat 65. Siegmyer, Gerald 65, 169, 171, 172. y 2 Sienzcak, Ed 109. Sikorski, Dan 95. Sikula, Allan 109, 177. Silverman, Cliff 95, 127. Simoic,Fred 65. Sindelar, Art 109. Singerman, Chris 65, 148. Singerman, Debby 109, 177. Singleton, June 109, 177. Sipko, Barb 109,170. Sipko, Mike 65, 153. Sisi,Mike 109. Siwinski, Richard 109. Skala, Gay 109, 169, 173, 175. Skinger, Charlotte 95,1 62. Skladany, Catherine 109. Skrbin,Judith 65, 162. Skura, Linda 95. Slach, Kathy e5,15:3, 158, 161,17-4, 179, 186, 187. Slade, Larry 65, 127, 169, 171,181,184. Slifko, Steve 95. Slepko, Richard 65. Slis, Robert 109. Slivka, Marilyn 109. Slivka, Marty 65, 168, 171, 184. Sluss,James 65. Sluss, Linda 95. Smeal, Gary 95,1 15, 178, 184. Smeltz,Eric 65. Smeltz,Keith 66. Smeyak, Lawrence 95, Smith 1 73. Smith Smith Smith Smith 1 68, , Christopher 109, 171, 172. Smith, ,Mary 66. ,Rita 95, 175. ,Sharon 66, 162, Karen 66. 169, ,Terry 95. 148. Smolinski, Bernice 109. Snayd, Kathleen 109. Snider, Jack 109. Snow, Penny 66, 163. Snowden, Sarah 95. Snyder, Betty 66, 146, 162, 186. Snyder, Gilbert 66, 115. Socha, Reola 95, 175. Sollberger, Darlene 95, 169, 170, 171. Solomon, Theo 109. Soltesz, Emil 66. Soltesz,Joseph 95. Solznas, May 97. Sommerfeld,Donna 66. Sonneborn, Jack 95, 178. Sonnenberg, Paulette 109. Soppelsa, Jack 95, 155, 177. Sorochak, Donna 109. Sorochak, Karen 66, 162. Soucie, Mike 177. Spanagel, Karen 95, 136, 140, 141, 175. Spangler, Gerald 66, 126, 129. Speck, Chuck 66. Speck, Chuck L. 1 15, 116, 117, 127, 163, 181, 184. Speck, Roger 95, 184. Spect, Jane 95. Speers, Bob 95, 130. Spicer, Linda 95. Spindler, Bill 109, 173, 177. Spittal, Dave 67, 173. Spittal,Vince 109, 174, 168. Spry, Jim 109. Staab, Rich 67. Staar, Mike 95. Stadnik, Diane 67, 153, 165, 186. Stahlberg, Tim 67, 1 15, 174. Stahurski, Pat 95. Stalnaker, Kathy 67, 162. Stanard, Betty 67. Starre, Brian 67, 130. Starzynski, Pat 67. Staskus, Jean 109. Stazzone, Linda 67. Stead, Carol 109, 170. Stead, Frank 67,127,151. Stebelski, Margaret 95, 146, 157, 186. Steckel, Ann 67, 182. Sted, Alice 67, 160, 174. Stefanik, Terry 109. Stefanko, Terry 67. Steinberg, Marianne 68. Steinfadt, Rick 63, 1 18, 119, 125, 127, 181. Stelma, Sandy 95, 174. Stelz, Dale 68, 120, 181. Stender, Rich 95. Stephen, Terry 109, 168, 173. Stephens, Alan 68. Steppke,Karen 68, 147, 186. Sterie, Darleen 109. Stevens, Nikki 109. Stevens, Christine 109, 146, 165, 168, 186. Stevens, Linda 109, 170, 171, 186. Stevens, Vernell 68, 162, 163, 165. Stewart, James 109. Stewart, Larry 68. Stewart, Ron 109. Stineman, Mike 95. Stinich, Paula 95, 174. Stockum,Barb 175. Stoddard, Pat 96, 186. Stoll, Diane 68, 182, 186. Stolph, Greg 110. Stolz, Joachim 1 10. Stone, Toni 68. Strawhaoker, Dale 96, 169, 1 71. Streck, James 68. Streett, Linda 96, 136. Streit, Sharon 68. Stretar, Shirley 68. Strmiska, Diane 69, 157, 158,161,166. Stroh, Helen 1 10, 175. Strommer, Christine 1 1 O, 146,177,186 Stuart, Deborah 96. Stuchlak, Dave 69, 1 15, 135,181,184. Stuchlak, Donna 1 10, 168. Sturtevant, Pat 96, 127. Sturtevant, Pete 96. Subin, Joe 118. Subin, Mary 1 10, 175. Suchy, Gloria 1 10. Suchan, Andrew 177. Sullivan, Paul 69, 1 18, 155, 156, 161, 178. Sunyak, Larry 96, 168, 173. Supik, Pat 26,69. Sutak, Donna 96. Sutton, Sandy 95, 166. Svec, Joseph 69. Swalley, Steve 96, 168, 173, 174, 184, 127. Swan, Sally 1 1 0. Swanson, Cheryl 69, 153, 161, 168, 170, 171, 174. Swartwood, Karen 69. Swartzlander, Karen 96, 148, 1 75. Swiatek, Dan 96. Synk, Elizabeth 69, 165. Szafranski, Christine 1 10. Szekeres, Sally 96, 177. Szelenyi, Theresa 1 1 O, 1 77. Szoke, Sandra 1 10, 1 77. T Tachuk,Georgene 69, 136, 147, 152,16O, 165, 177. Tahsler, Sandy 1 10. Takacs, Bob 1 10. Tanzi, Sarah 96. Tatar, Diane 69, 147. Tatarka, George 1 10. Taylor, Corky 69, 185. Taylor, Richard 70, 127, 161. Taylor, Robert 70, 127, 149, 161. Taylor, Tim 95, 135, 178, 181, 184. Telmanik, George 1 10, 169, 173. Textoris, Mike 96, 115, 1 17. Thiel, Nancy 96, 148, 168, 173. Thomas, Bev 70, 149, 153, 161, 174. Thomas, Carl 96. Thomas, Chris 96, 180, 186, 175. Thomas,Dennis 70. Thomas, Linda 1 10. Thompson, Dave 96, 177. Thompson, Don 1 10. Thompson, John 70, 161, 168. Thompson, Kathy 147, 177. Thompson, Tim 110, 171 Thomson, Elayne 110. Thornbladh, Kurt 164, 183. Tichy, Elizabeth 70. Tillman, Allan 96, 177. Timm, Sandy 1 140, 156. Timoteo, Christine 1 10. Timoteo, Diane 96. Tinay, Darryl 110, 170, 171, 172, 173. Tisma, Mike 1 10, 146, 156, 166, 186. Titus, Paulette 96, 147, 170. Todaro, Cheryl 96. Todia, Russ 70, 185. Todor, Marion 70, 165, 180. Toghill, Gary 110. Tokmenko, MaryAnn 1 10. Tolar, Frank 1 1 0. Tollach, Laura 1 10. Tomasch, Janet 1 10. Tomasch, Linda 70. Tomsick, Bill 70. Tomusko, Dale 96. Tonkewicz, Denise 70. Topor, Jim 70, 1 15, 184. Tornabene, Diane 1 10. Torok, Larry 1 10. Toscano, Theresa 96. Toth, Barb 71. Toth, Darlene 1 10. Toth, Kathleen 96, 156. Toth, Ralph 110, 177. Toth, Rich 1 10. Trager, Marilyn 71. Trager, Pat 1 10. Trainor, John 163. Trebisovsky, Andy 96. Trebisovsky, Dorothy 71. Trojan, Diana 96. Truscello, Bob 71, 127, 155, 156, 157, 161, 174, 181, 186. Trytek, Jill 110, 177, 186 Tuggey, Paul 71, 181. Tuhacek, Karen 71. Tulenko, Marianne 96, 153, 155. Tulloch, Laura 173. Tulloch, Tom 71, 168, 1 82, 1 84. Tuomala, Kristine 96, 1 77. Turrie, Bruce 96. Tuskes,Judy 71,153, 160, 166. Tvorik, Diane 96. U Ubacanza, Keith 146, 186. Uhinck, Judy 71, 135, 140,152,158,174. Ulisky, Rich 110. Ulman,Jack 127. Urban, John 96, 184. Urban, Karen 71, 162. Urbanek, Ed 110. Usko, Judith 110, 157. Uzelac, Doug 110. Uzelac, Mike 71. 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With, Janet 75, 136, 140, 141,152,16O,174. Witkowski, Jerry 75, 1 15 Witkowski,Julie 97, 148, 177. Wladyka, Thomas 1 1 1. Wlotzko, Patricia 1 1 1. Wohl,James 97,177. Wolanski, Lawrence 97. Woleen,James 75. Wolf, Carl 75, 168. Wolf, Donna 1 1 1. Wolf,James 1 1 1,173. Wolf, Michael 76. Wolff, Rita 1 1 1. Wolkan, Robert 97. Woodford, Mary 97. Worrell, William 76. Worrey, Lee 176. Wulf, Cynthia 136. Wyemura, Ronald 76. Y Yanchak, Charlene 1 1 1. Yancu, Kathleen 97. Yankee, William 97. Yano, Gary '97. ' Yoch,Melaine 97, 166. York, Robert 97. Young, Ellen 76. Youngmann, Cheryl 1 1 1 148, 177. Yuhas, Barbara 1 1 1, 1 75 Yurcheshen, William 97, 1 1 5, 1 78. Yusi,Nancy 97. Yusi, Patricia 1 1 1. Z Zaccaro, Linda 76, 136, 165, 180,182, 185. Zacharias, Samuel 76, 1 68, 1 '73. Zader, Francis 76. Zadzilka, Dale 1 1 1, 177. Zadzilka, Lorraine 76. Zagwodzki, Sandra 1 1 1, 1 75. Zaharchenko, Lidia 1 1 1. Zahorcak, Donna 1 1 1 , 1 '77. Zajac, Lawrence 1 1 1. Zalenski, Theodore 76. 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Zizka, Raymond 97, 169, 171, 174. Zizka, William 111,169, 171. Zoch, Sherrie 1 1 1. Zrenner, Cheryl 1 1 1. Zrimec, Diane 77, 186. Zsarnay, Cynthia 77, 1 62. Zubal, Kenneth 1 1 1. Zunt, Wayne 1 1 1, 177, 1 84. Zvolensky, Andrea 97, 1 77. Zupan, Terrance 97. Zygadlo, Frank 77. 40 1965 ARCHIVE STAFF Susan Schwartz . . . Carol Cooper ..... Diane Strmiska . . . Susan Meeth .... Judith Erikson .... . . Marcia Duke ............ . . . Wenmouth Williams, Jr .... . Judith Uhinck ......... Naomi Jemma . . . Barbara Tocci ..... Marcia Lee Jones . . . Kathleen Slach . . . Judith Goebl ....... Sharon Jorgensen . . . Carol Kuhn ....... Judith Lessing ..... Christine Kozimor .... John Hunter ....... David Lowdermilk .... Kimberly Johnson .... Elaine Bachman . . . Alexander Bukhair .... Shirley Callaghan ....... Jacqueline Falkenstein . . Eileen Hannan .......... Ilona Harrison .......... Linda Kinbaum ..... Frances Lippmann . . . Susan Schaefer ..... Sandra Ammiller. . . Virginia Hughes . . . Melanie Radlick ....... Jean Santner .......... Mrs. Katherine Szmagala Miss Suzanne Murphy . . . . . . . . . . . Editor-in-Chief ............LiteraryEditor Opening Section Editor ..........SeniorEditor Senior Activities Editor . . . . . Underclass Editor . . . . Boys' Sports Editor . . . . Girls' Sports Editor . . . . . Activities Editor . . . Activities Editor . . . Faculty Editor . . . .Typing Editor ..........Typist ..........Typist . . . . . . . . Layout Editor .............ArtEditor . . . Photography Editor . . . Head Photographer . . . . . . . . Photographer . . . Caption Editor ..........Writer . . . . Writer . . . Writer . . . . Writer . . . . Writer . . . .Writer . . . . Writer ..............Writer ,..............Writer . . . . .Business Manager . . .Business Staff Member . . . .Business Staff Member . Business Staff Member . . . . .Business Adviser . . . . Faculty Adviser The growth of a yearbook, like the growth of a person, is a product of care. The care with which a family treats a baby or small child should be similar to the care with which a staff mem- ber treats his responsibility in the yearbook's growth. The life of a yearbook begins with the birth of an idea, a theme which provides the raw material with which the staff will Work in develop- ing the book. This idea is much like a new-born child, undeveloped, soft, waiting to be molded. The infant yearbook, like the infant, is influenced by its large family of people concerned with its Welfare. As each page is planned, as the page is drawn, as the copy is written, as the pictures are taken, the young volume grows physically and mentally. This growth, although a steady, enlarging process, is not a completely smooth procedure. As no life is free of problems, the production of a yearbook is not a problem-free development. Each problem is an experience, an occurrence which will be remembered in order to serve as a warning against similar mistakes. Time progresses, the baby becomes a child, the child moves toward maturity. The care which has been taken in raising this child shapes his personality after maturity. So it is with our yearbook, the care and love which each staff member has put into his work is exhibited in our finished product. On behalf of the entire staff, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the other people who have helped to make this book possible. We extend our very sincere appreciation to Mr. David M. Smith for his assistance and understanding, Mr. Bernard Specht, the stagecraft crew, and the custodians for their aid in the auditorium during picture-taking, and to the entire faculty who cooperated so well with the Archive staff. I personally wish to extend my deep appreciation to the members of the Archive editorial staff for their diligent work and tender care in the production of the 1965 Archive, to Mrs. Katherine Szmagala and the business staff for their expert handling of finances, and to Miss Suzanne Murphy for her advice, patience, and guidance in the position of faculty adviser. Conversely, the life of a person is accented by an experience such as working on a yearbook staff. Three years on the Archive staff have been a growing and learning process. I have grown with our yearbook to a maturity in which I understand the meaning and obligations of accept- ing responsibility. This past year as editor-in-chief, I have realized the value of my experience. Each day's work on the Archive has been a well-spent effort, and each page in this volume holds cherished memories. The 1965 Archive is a lasting memory of one of the best years of my life. I hope it will be for you a similar reminder. Editor-in-chief 241 4 IN MEMCDRIAM LORRENCE PRENSLOW January 7 1949 February 7 1965 Debate trlps are strange events where many dlfferent th1ngs can happen last Saturday was a typlcal tr1p Parma and Valley Forge students go together on the same bus we s1t 1n the front they 1n the back lt has always been that way Travellng to and from destma t1ons we laugh and talk and sometlmes work on debate materlal the Forge debaters laugh and talk too and more than not end up s1ng1ng anyth1ng from folk songs to the Patrlot f1ght cry There 1S always fr1endly r1valry cutt1ng remarks about the other school swapped exaggeratlons And last Saturday commg home from St Joseph Academy was no except1on We laughed and talked and the boys from Valley Forge sang the Salvatlon Army song 1n our town there are one and a half hlgh schools Valley Forge 1S one I remember looklng back Just once 1n the mlddle of the1r chorus and they were was standlng up changing seats s1ng1ng laughlng That was Saturday afternoon Saturday n1ght early Sunday mornlng when most of us were on our way home from the Senlor Dance Larry Prenslow was dead k1lled 1n a bl1nd1ng auto moblle crash ln Parma He1ghts Now I dldn t know Larry Prenslow very well I knew h1m Well enough to say hello and he would recognlze me 1n the same way But lt hurts more somehow when lt happens so close so tanglble and when lt could have been me you any of We d1dn t know h1m well But he had Just as much a rlght to the future as any of us he had Just as br1ght a future as any of us he had just as many hopes for the future We pause th1s s1lent Frlday mormng 1n memory of h1m our r1valr1es sub dued our sympathles extended to fam1ly and frmends our prayers for Larry Prenslow John Walter February 1 2 1 965 s "- 9 , 3 9 3 ! 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