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

 - Class of 1966

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A , a 1 ,P --gpm. x , .-n A -. , p 5, a RCHI - 1966 J' iw! Published by Students VALLEY FORGE HIGH SCHOOL 9999 Independence Boulevard Parma Heights, Ohio r K ggi S Robert Frost's The Road Not Taken seems appropriate for the theme of the 1966 Archive as each Valley Forge student faces untold decisions throughout his high school days. Some, or even most, of these decisions are trivial and insignificant. "What should I buy for lunch ?" What should I wear today ?" Others, being important decisions, may determine what the student's future way of life will hold. "Should I take academic or vocational courses?" "Whom do I want to be my friends?" Decisions need not be difficult to be importantg however, in many ways every decision made is significant because collectively they represent the individual. gse I Faculty .............. Activities ...... Sports .......... Underclassmen. . . Seniors .... . . . CONTENTS x 3 11 , 3. f ' ,f f y Z.. lg li' 5. 1 f 1 F 'N'-1 E 1 5 A K H "w f. . X, Y f . 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This friend of the student controls his ideas toward various matters whether they be related to school work or not. Therefore, the student forms opinions and, from these opinions, produces his outlook on life. This outlook on life generally commands the Valley Forge student's choice of "which road to follow." Rx LTY Mr. David Smith Principal .mg "We have a very enthusiastic, forward- looking staff, and I'm very proud of our ex- cellent student body." Principal David M. Smith understands that the hopes of tomor- row lie in the progress of today-progress that can only be obtained through a faculty that looks to the future and a student body eager to meet the challenges of its age. With this goal of progress in mind, Mr. Smith has supervised and coordinated extracurricular activities, worked with counselors and de- partment chairmen, and acted as the over- seer of the many details involved in the running of a large suburban high school. Through creative thought and applied ef- forts, he has succeeded in maintaining an orderly and smooth-running system of edu- cation at Valley Forge High School. Constructive, Creative Cleucal work is handled by Mr. Mr. Smith congratulates a National Honor Giving final approval on school proj Smiths secretary, Mrs. Hoelter. Society inductee. ects is part of Mr. Smiths Job 4 , . pst, Mr. David Laurenzi Assistant Principal Taking a break from his duties, Mr. Laurenzi converses with Sue Dodick. Atmosphere Maintained B Administration In order to achieve its hopes of progress, a high school often finds discipline a necessity. At Valley Forge, the role of dis- ciplinarian is held by Mr. David Laurenzi, our busy assistant principal. In addition to aiding Mr. Smith in the supervision of the entire student body, Mr. Laurenzi provides valuable coun- selling and guidance to students, and acts as co-ordinator of the school-wide IBM system. What- ever service he is engaged in, he maintains a constructive at- titude, and continuously strives to provide a pleasant and stimu- lating atmosphere in which stu- dents can learn and progress. Mr. Laurenzi and Mr. Smith work together on school business. 19 School Board Maintains High Educational Standards SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS, 1964-65-Mrs. Robert Schuster, Mr. Robert Brown, Mr. Norman Shibley, Mr. Thomas Hudgeons, Mr. Charles Chaffin. Insuring the best possible education for stu- dents is the foremost objective of the Parma School Board. Serving as the policy-making body, the school board strives to advance and enhance the city's educational system. Members of the Board of Education are civic- minded, impartial individuals who are upholding the traditional, high standards of Parma educa- tion. Members of the 1966-67 School Board are Mr. Robert Brown, president: Mrs. Robert Schuster, Mr. Charles Chaffin, Mr. Joseph Kral, and Mr. Charles Kovach. Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Stuart Openlander, and Mr. Smith converse before the November Lake Erie League Conference. Serving the faculty, the administra- tion, and the student body, the secre- taries at Valley Forge efficiently com- plete tasks in the shortest possible time. Throughout the day the main office secretaries greet guests, answer the questions of students and faculty, make appointments and channel all office calls. In the attendance office, secre- taries handle college transcripts, work permits, absences, late-comers and the limitless problems created by 2,700 stu- dents. The routine and the unusual are handled skillfully by these secretaries. ATTENDANCE OFFICE SECRETARIES-Mrs. Weiler, Mrs. Dvorak and Mrs. Reimer. Capable Secretaries Perform Essential Services Mrs. Reimer examines students' absence notes during the morning rush. xxx A MAIN OFFICE SECRETARIES-Mrs. Hoelter, Mrs. Lukacsko. 21 p , nl l Mr. Reusch directs the sophomore aptitude test. Mr. Wilcoxon arranges for appointments with college representatives. Counselors Illuminate Choices Vocational education counselor, Mr. Kuttler, discusses a scheduling problem with a student. While administering a placement test, Miss Hauser and Mr. Reusch are amused by a sophomore's question. In this day when the individual is often just a number in the oblivion of a computer, it is a comfort for the Valley Forge student to have an understand- ing counselor. The guidance office has room for only one student at a time. The student knows that his Welfare is the counselor's primary concern. He wants the student to choose the right road to follow and to Miss Carolyn Hansel' M r. John Spinner be successful and happy during and after high school. Any problem important to the well-being of a Valley Forge individual is significant to the coun- selors. For these reasons, the students respect and appreciate their counselors. Consequently, the Archive would like to show its appreciation to the counselors by depicting the significant role the guid- ance office plays in the life of each student. 4 ,E V K "Nm, 3. . '52 ' we L K 'TM-E,,..-" R.-ff Mr. Harry Wilcoxon Mr. Germane Administrative Assistant Attendance Assistant Director of Guidance awry Counselors Guide V F Mr. Richard Reusch t Mrs. Janet Readence Mr. Wilcoxon discusses college prospects with senior students. Mr. Spinner studies student's profile sheet for college transcript. Whether planning for the future, trying to understand the complexities of modern urban living, or adjusting to the academic and social pressures of school life, the student always finds the counseling office a place of understanding and peaceful reflec- tion. The Valley Forge Guidance Department is dedicated to the philos- ophy of maintaining the identity of the individual student. The sincere student finds that he always has an interested, well-informed consultant to whom he may turn during periods of indecision and emotional turmoil. Since the basis for personal understanding is knowing one's self, the student finds the counselor's interpretation and evaluation of prime importance. Students To ard Opportunities k 4 ms - Mrs. Major gives personal advice to Scott Painting. -va 3-...X n A conflict in Diane Eggett's schedule, brings her to confer with Mrs. Readence. i if-f-.ef 'fefmiv-.f'w's1 WL Q ff '-V p 1"-1 My Y- . s vmsgf- was f W W on 'fflfcii 251-I-292 'f '51 A s o,siso . ,: ,i, .ois - '- . '. :Ns- 'X Q ' 'Y' R - Ffilis , Ez. - if p , -:.. , is ,. -' l-W'zX'Hf4'fE ,Aff ., , -, ,.'1:f3'i"-'iik E o' ..,:?ftxa?ai2i5::+ Mrs. Eleanor Major Mr. William Kultlel' 25 Miss Korba leads the Sophomore Advanced English class's discussion of Silas Marner. English Program Offers Variety Mrs. Jo Ami Onusko Mr. Richard Curren '5 Miss Linda Callan Mrs. Vivian Bonza X 'i Mr. Dunford helps Roger Harper conclude a theme. 26 The English Department strives to instill in its students an appreciation of literature and an awareness of the essentials of creative expression. Sophomores analyze the traditional and the modern classics, Julius Caesar and The King and I. American literature introduces juniors to selections by writing personalities such as Steinbeck, Poe and Emerson. Seniors concentrate on creative and exposi- tory expression through writing compositions and reading masterpieces of English literature such as Canterbury Tales and Macbeth. Dramatics and journalism enable students to contribute to school productions. This year The Sound of Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein and The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde were presented. Students interested in journalism publish the school newspaper, the Battlec-r'y,' the literary magazine, the Anvil, and the yearbook, the Archive. Mr. Thomas Dunford Chairman 3 Mrs. Barbara Horri gan Miss Valerie Konzen Mrs. Mayer tests seniors' knowledge of Chaucer. Mrs. Helen Keys gm. JI Miss Judith Crockett if e 1 x .s,. ihiii Nr 3, ef ffm- .. 1 - . - sieve? if-fi .: as , s - .1 Saga , E wff-an-:lean W. Mrs. Cynthia Nelson Miss Phylis Culp as Miss Janice Viscomi Mrs. Jean Weber 27 Imagination Leads To Creative Literary Discussion Mr. Edward Potokar Mrs. Diane Pietro Mrs. Deanna Bontempo Miss Lillian Korba Mr. Curren poses a question to an interested senior English class. fx. si! Mrs. Gloria Kopen Mr. Jerry Younger Miss Barbara Greider Miss Suzanne Murphy 28 Mrs. Ann Armbruster Mrs. Jean Tulloch Clerical Assistant Clerical Assistant Valley Forge students have found the library to be a valuable aid in their studies. The library staff, headed by Mrs. Thelma Knerr, strives to keep the library resources up-to-date and readily available to every stu- dent. Books as well as current pamphlets, newspapers, magazines, and college guides have helped inform the student body. Educational television was a new aspect of library service introduced this year. Via television, sophomores learned how to use the card catalog, the Readers' Guide and basic books of referenceg juniors were intro- duced to American literature resourcesg seniors benefited from lectures explaining English literature materials. Library Resources Supplement The Currlculum ' 45-5rN5i?'iNY,' - W 1 9 25.1 Sahel P if I it 1 5 N 'W -1 if QQ r i fr Library atmosphere encourages study Mrs Thelma Knerr Miss Carolyn Hessert Mr. David Grodhaus Chairman Mr. Vern Kraushaar Miss Culp illustrates yitizfggf . - :Enid an -wifes, . 2: ns 5 551'-' x-f -:"?ii.lwr?f5N'.2' , , , . V MVK..-1 M. V 4 .tux s B. M xg X K -wg N' Qs x 'x fs-5 XXMN Q' + W vb? e h 9,5 vx ii wx eiixllk ,X Q Xi X N X ii ,, f W Q rw is W .. VN sg x X, . v ESX Nx X S. vw Q swf is + , N X rf 5 it X X B :Ml-m., ,L iiifaig a Mr. Robert Mueller Miss Patricia Noon Mr. Thomas Malone Mr. Parrish advances discussion of modern social problems. the geographic features of nineteenth C911tl11'Y America. Current events interest Mr. Courey even aftei school s V i 1 -khf i" A x V of l I w History Classes Prompt Discussion Teaching aids and innovations are outstanding features of the Valley Forge History Department. Offering courses in American history, World history, current problems, economics, government, and sociology, this department is designed to provide a study in depth of the past and present. Using movies and lectures to enrich the students' knowledge, the Department effectively produces original thought and educated attitudes. Through knowledge of history and human behav- ior, the student can intelligently interpret the happenings of the present and aid in the betterment of the future. Mr. Donald Dinsmore Mrs. Nancy Volpe Miss Lucille Shillat Mr. Ronald Courey an - ' I 4 Miss Margie Smith Mr. Joseph Carlo Mrs. Carole Snoddy i i Mr. Mechem's government class discusses the difference between culture and heritage. F sf- M, f While modeling a souvenir from her summer trip to Mr. Dinsmore indicates our expanding frontier to American India, Miss Shillat explains the origin of the sari. 1 History students. 32 Mr. Alfred Heffke Mr. Donald Griffing Mr. Runyan counsels a student driver on the correct procedures of parallel parking Vocational Education Provides Stud Of Basic Skills Mr. Virgil Cocklin Mr. Ronald Calabria Drafting student concentrates on a question posed by Mr. Demetriu. Mr. Audus Runyan Mr. Robert Jones Chairman 33 Mr. Heffke gives a practical demonstration of wire splicing to his electrical students. Mr. Ronald Rainey Mr. Carl Grolle The Industrial Education Department at Valley Forge offered students an excellent program of instruction in industrial and vocational skills. Under the direction of Mr. Robert Jones, the department provided practical experience in metal work, wood shop, automobile mechanics, drafting and graphic arts. Three specialized courses coordinated classroom study with part-time work. Included in this pro- gram were Distributive Education, Occupational Work Experience, and Cooperative Office Education. Students Combine Training With Work Experience Mr. Griffing instructs drivers education students on the correct procedure of parallel parking. Mr. Thomas Pecosh Mr. Jack .lisa Mr. James Demetriu Mr. Steve Rudo Automotive students put their vocational abilities to work. Mr. Ronald Tvorik Mr. Anthony Zack Mr. Tvorik eagerly enters the' Mr. Robert Kovacs Mr. Edward Montgomery Drivers Education Classroom. 5X ?'l ff f .. 4.35 as-Qi - up' Mr. Montgomery explains photo printing to a student. Mr. Kovacs answers a student's N"'5'f,-ff Q, -Q ,. Jn., W I AJ. r MQ-is ,f9T',f'j'V": ii 'fig is I figs . sf? 1 i lf: aim as N K fs- gs-W if b args si 7 ....o Q . ,. 'PZ 1 Students za Q, I w.,,j.,M i l Mr. Griffing advises one of his students on the techniques of mechanical drawing, Vertical-Miller operation is outlined by Mr. Griffing examines Jim Sigman's drafting project. Learn From Guided Activity Mr. Cocklin. Mr. Jisa helps a student replace a saw blade Q Miss Donna Buys Mr. Willard Mechem Miss Chambers explains the current Latin assignment. Mr. Jeffrey helps two German enthusiasts interpret the German 38 magazine Bunte. Practice Develops f Man Foreign f Miss Thelma Kauai-is Mrs. Sue Nelson Chairman Mrs. Way utilizes the oral approach in teaching French. Understanding Languages Miss Joanne Schneider Mrs. Katherine Szmagala Miss Daria Holubec Mr. Ronald Jeffrey Knowing a foreign language will serve varied purposes. Rigorous grammar study and oral practice develop pro- ficiency in the reading, speaking, and writing of foreign languages. The stu- dents also investigate'the culture and customs of the inhabitants of the country. Included in the language curriculum are: Spanish, French, Russian, German and Latin. Miss Kanaris and student teacher, Mr. Martin, prepare for future French. classes. Miss Mary Chambers YS? 7 1 . Mrs. Sandra Way Mr. James Pike Mr. Mindek demonstrates the use of the star projector in the planetarium. , Mr. William Schreiner Chairman Science Department Utilizes Facts And Research Mr. Douglas Thompson S 'Nl ' xx - . - 3 -" 'V-vig.,3k5,1Epx,.11L"1'Q. sg Qffssa 'Q e :ef .. . - a ff :- ,F . U , s ,a 2: ri' f . " lf: A 1 ' ' 5 V 5 i ' f e- SE ' Larger A Miss Anna Jean Slater 40 Mr. James Kerschbaum K W ei ?- 2 11' ., , 51552 5 , 1- rrbf f 'i'-i - Lf V ' 1 ' s ., Q W ,1- Q ef X Z ' Q J A Q 1 , J .,.G, ' e Q 51 .,.. , - 1 .e Mr. Donald Strater gzg--amz.: menu 3 H 5 9 CAVTN19 Mr. Schreiner supervises the completion of a student's Science Seminar project. is . :saw A K . ,psi g Q1 t 'PSA X f M .W aliases-ii 4 N ' ' -ri?-.2 '- , . . X... was as A 1, Mr. Kerschbaum lectures to his class on chemical measurement. At the beginning of the year there were microscopes, candles, experiments and more experiments, stars and nameless rocks, ripple tanks and strobescopes, and con- fused students with the desire to learn. Because the emphasis is on the student arriving at his own conclu- sions, he counted yeast cells, trampled through parks to study rock formation, and combined solutions to observe a reaction. Throughout the year pieces of the puzzle -- points of information - synthesized so students could see a more complete, interesting picture of science. Under the direction of science teachers, experimentation and knowledge blended to form the compound known as science where conclusion means not the end but the beginning. an of -if 5 M as ,Jw '14-,SSAGisef:'.Z' . Mr. Pike contemplates a theory concerning the origin of the universe. 'Q r 5 t we :ws , L T X 1 if z X, is i ' K vases . I , E, f , ,- f 5 - ' ' ' 'if -V s 21 fs x r. xxx " " Mr. John Uhlin Mr. James Riha Miss Irene Wolchuk Mr. Michael Barrick Mr. Robert Mindek lg, Y 41 Mr. Loren Castor Chairman Mr. Walter Schlemmer " r.1 . J e 'Af , . Sfffwlefiz. - 'ef Y X " - 'r , ' 'Ez' J , 'K ea -5241, ... 1 ff ..Q1PT:-.'1'ff' 3' ZW. V -v ef S 5 Ie l 9 -, 2-35355 yea., wasfxe- . .4 I' .W -:fm nz. -mrzfl 'lie fav- we Mr. David Kaiser 42 Mr. Buchanan points out instruments used in geometry. Mrs. Frieda Elkins Mr. Louis Buchanan Mr. Ronald Smith Math Department Principles of proper construction are demonstrated by Mr. Shaw. To meet the needs of the individual stu- dent, the Math Department has expanded its program. Three divisions in the department - vocational, regular and accelerated - enable each student to choose the math pro- gram adaptable to his future plans. Whether the student decides to attend college or busi- ness school, or to find a job, the Math Department has a program designed for him. Mr. Buser explains corollaries and postulates to plane Offers Flexible Program geometry students. Trigonometry problems are checked by Mr. Kaiser. ! Qi iii Mr. Richard Shaw Miss Doris Allen Mr. Kenneth Buser Mr. James Shipman 9? Mrs. Buynacek explains the use of a comptometer. Miss Ruth Kadow Mrs. Barbara Krueger Business Students The Commercial mf- Mrs. Krempasky illustrates correct filing form Mrs. Mary Buynacek for general business students. Mrs. Chase teaches Office Machine students how to adjust an adding machine. 5 V- Ness- J 152 , L ri' 'Qi , av-if fc s sf , 3 L x N r X M in ,L ., - .v s i :J SE L. .f f- , s:..j53.'?f! E62 Mr. Robert Wright Mrs. Helen Chase Mr. David Straight Mrs. Donna Cline Chairman , , Miss Kadow reviews daily vocabulary words with notehand class. Prepare For World New courses and concepts of vocational training were launched this year in the Busi- ness Department. A Co-Operative Education program was added to the curriculum. A student participating in this work-study program received credit for the practical experience he gained. The policy of aiding the student by allowing her to take dictation at her own speed was also developed by this department. Mr. Wright tells his typing class to begin a timed writing. If X1 F' Mrs. Krueger checks Gerri Chappell's business letter form. Mrs Baibaia Jendei Mr Kenneth Noetzel f iff 'YQUV ,- W L D b :4 N i Mrs. Leslie Phillips Mrs. Rose Krempasky 'ig - Q I xp Vx , W riffs' . sf, yy W, , c.E. W 4 5 Teachers Inspire Creativity Mrs. Taliak assists a student in laying out a pattern. Mrs. Gladys Taliak Mrs. Myra Pinkley Chairman A student, supervised by Mrs. Alexander, topstitches a pocket. Throughout the year, many savory aromas and new designs originate in the food and clothing department. The pur- pose of teaching Home Economics is to instruct girls in the fundamentals of homemaking and to promote this field as a career or as a homemaker's aid. To complete course requirements a girl must be neat, efficient, and diligent, thus illus- trating her capabilities as a homemaker. Miss Judith Sander Mrs. Minerva Alexander Within Students ws . Yiwu ' Mr. Robert Cowden Mr. Bernard Spcch! Chairman Mr. Specht helps an art student frame a collage. 'lm....A Mr. David Petrella Mr. John Elliott Chairman Mr. Cowden directs the Orchestra at the Autumn Concert. Creatively related, the Music and Art Departments stimulate the student's imagina- tion. The courses, which range from Sign- Painting I and Art IV to Boys' Glee and Girls' Choir, provide students with creative, cultural outlets while preparing them for Possible ad- vanced work. A recent addition to the Parma School System, Arts Seminar, is a study of the three major arts: literature, art, and music. These subjects are presented by Mrs. Bonza, Mr. Specht and Mr. Cowden. Art slides, classics in paperback, the "listening room," and a planned study trip to New York City provide interesting subject matter for students. 47 Gym Teachers Guide Challenging l Mrs. Wadd discusses field hockey tactics with Mr. F1-itzsche. Mr. John Broski Mrs. Sue Beck Mr. Preising illustrates a wrestling hold on a leader. Mr. Stan Parrish 48 Activities Mr. Glenn Preising Mrs. Harriet Hall Providing a balanced curriculum and encouraging each student to participate in some form of physical activity are the main objectives of the physical education department. Boys learn new skills in track, wrestling, football, basketball and baseball. With the emphasis placed on team effort, girls play field hockey, soccer, and volleyball. Individual abilities are developed in tumbling, apparatus and tennis. A mid-semester break occurs when classes combine in a unit of square dancing. Besides offer- ing activity to a sedentary student body, the department also stresses the improvement of individual skills and the importance of good sportsmanship. , -it aww-sig 5 may Miss King listens to the question of a , +35 -1- . avss . A Z rh k -A ,,:k g 'ars seer v , Mr. Robert Ramlow Miss Barbara King health student. Mrs. Marsha Wacld Mr. James Fritzsche Mr. Broski demonstrates basketball fundamentals to his gvm class Chairman Students are served quickly by the capable cafeteria staff. I. Registered Nurse, Mrs. Shirley Maloch, completes a student's health record. on-Certified Staff bly CAFETERIA STAFF--Bottom Row: Mrs. M. Chervenko, Cutietta, Mrs. A. Armen, Mrs. L. Wagner, Mrs. M. Drake, Mrs. J. Miller, Mrs. A. Schulz, Mrs. V. Weiss, manager, Mrs. Mrs. B. Kirchner, Mrs. C. Majka, Mrs. M. Chupek, Mrs. H. G. Kulczycki, Mrs. E. Jablonski, Mrs. E. Orfalea. Second Row: Rubin, Mrs. M. Powell, Mrs. M. Dzuranin, Mrs. A. Valore. Mrs. M. Kish, Mrs. E. Horton, Mrs. C. Sebastian, Mrs. J. Not Pictured: Mrs. M. Folop. 50 CQ BSQM5 N. tg, t. L, je-QS xi ' V249 Ugbhwy' Assists Students And Facultyy QNX Custodians prepare the cafeteria for an after-school banquet. I 51 l 24nd Sorry I Could Not Travel Both A And Be One Traveler mme:-1m A . sl uf emma A , . T vm Q C ,P Hn E sg. .V S FL wr X aw. X --1 1 v .Z-yvg, .. A we . M '5 rdxrex .QQW ' ffl Q , . , ., ,Swag Sf X 1 W 'W f ix Q N Q X N swf? 3, X X if 1 N X355 5 gg 1 f . L SE N., 2 v if nmzlwf R '- ' if. Q , . .x SKZSQ S QRSQN X ,K wig K V 1 'Q Kw Q K s x X A 1535 H N 2- Q X x is N Xe Student Council Student Council President Gary Smeal and his 103 cabinet members strived to promote student activities and to act as the governing body of the students of Valley Forge High School. Officers, Dave Rudyk, vice-president, Mel Radlick, secretary, Leslie Dahn, treasurer, and Bill Gibson, sergeant-at-armsg helped Gary organize an active, hard working student govern- ment under the supervision of advisers Mr. Vern Kraushaar and Miss Carolyn Hessert. Elections, Homecoming festivities, the United Appeal Drive, the L.E.L. Conference, the Care Dance, and the annual All-School Party were activities sponsored by Mr. Shibley, President of Parma School Board, addresses Student Council Representatives at the All-L.E.L. Conference. Student Council. STUDENT COUNCIL - Bottom Row: B. Sartini, N. Galdun, L. Schwark, J. Zehnder, M. Subin, T. Smith, L. Deacon, D Leiby. Second Row: L. Anderson, J. Borota, S. Monachino R. Hohmann, D. Calaway, P. Dirnitruk, J. McCleave, J. Zam- bory. Third Row: R. Hasbrook, W. McClelland, S. Jansma, J. Bukhair, L. Lengyel, K. Hardy, S. Ingersoll, M. Wilkins, 54 S. Timm. Fourth Row: K. Chandler, J. Brown, J. Belskis, B. Bartell, M. Daniels, L. Needham, B. Fix, S. Koster. Fifth Row: D. Milinkovich, J. Krafcik, D. Kromer, J. Pickard, D. Straw- hacker, J. Hruby, C. Dougan, K. Spanagel. Sixth Row: R. Kerner, R. Simon, J. Reho, T. Fahrland, F. Goodwin, B. Radschuk, T. Gartman, T. Kolman. Hosts L.E.L. Conference STUDENT COUNCIL - Bottom Row: D. Rudyk, L. Row: C. Vacca, B. Loftis, A. Nemerovsky, B. Belskis, L. Dahn, G. Smeal, M. Radlick, B. Gibson. Second Row: Ocetik, D. Walsh. Fifth Row: R. Barber, D. Parrish, N. J. Shuster, R. Jordan, P. Odell, L. Ziegler, L. DiAngelo, Bonezzi, M. Parker, K. Menalik, S. DeHaven, K. Gubics. P. Zingheim. Third Row: G. Stockum, K. Rion, S. Renken, Sixth Row: P. Lohmann, R. Jordan, K. Young, S. Salley, B. Walkup, K. Hall, L. Constantin, S. Schwan. Fourth C. Roksandic, M. Franklin, F. Takacs. STUDENT COUNCIL-AT-LARGE - Bottom Row: J. Noack, D. Singer- man, C. Hudson, C. DeOreo. Second Row: A. Krysiak, K. Spanagel, C. Lord, H. Shumway. Third Row: T. Tomsa, M. Gallagher, P. Heppner, R. Cappallo, C. Catanese. A visiting Student Council Representative is amazed at the Valley Forge Library. ,inf 1awf"' Y-1 pw Y ' wann.4f2eAQwm1m, sg, mga . ,L-:ag-aL Student Council Coordinates Miss Hessert discusses plans for All-School Party with Student Council members. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS AND ADVISERS-Bottom Row: G. Smeal, presidentg L. Dahn, treasurer. Second Row: Mr. Kraushaar, B. Gibson, sargeant-at-armsg M. Radlick, secretaryg Miss Hessert, D. Rudyk, vice-president. 56 Mr. Laurenzi commends members of Student Council on their fine achievement in helping to formulate an interested student body. Marty McDonald accepts donations as students jam into the Care Dance. Inter-Club Council Mary Ann Tulenko supervises the Thespian Maze. Will Yurcheshen demonstrates the soft- ball form which won him a stuffed teddy bear. Ross Black and Rich Martin disregard manners and appearance in the N pie-eating contest. Entertainment at the Senior A-Go-Go is provided by The Cliques. Linda Sartini is mistress of ceremonies of the Senior skits. 57 Outstanding Students Are Mr. Smith presents a proud new member with the National Honor Society pin. 58 l., NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - Bottom Row: M. Balotta, M. Bro- zak, D. Haberkost, S. Busch, J. Miller, A. Pontremoli, S. Sutton, S. Poole, S. Arndt, C. Myers, J. Haug. Second Row: K. Spanagel, A. Burhoe, J. Lerch, C. Nelson, C. Bennett, C. Thomas, M. Weber, J. Horvath, S. Callaghan. Third Row: R. Payne, L. Skura, M. Ham- mond, C. Goodwin, M. Tulenko, S. Kaminski, M. Marginian, C. Gilchrist, D. Blanda, M. Zegarac. Fourth Row: M. Mason, M. Chre- wan, M. Kulczycki, R. Oshiro, J. F1-icker, B. Turrie, J. Fuller, D. Demko, C. Kozimor, A. Kapustar. Fifth Row: B. Bauer, G. Pall, A. Bachner, B. Speers, J. Salzer, M. Chaky, R. Black, D. Strawhacker, B. Plachy, D. Warner. Leadership, Scholarship, Character, and Service are the standards National Honor Society candidates must possess. Composed of fifteen per cent of the senior class, the societyl strives to promote the desire for learning throughout Valley Forge. Under the direction of Mr. Donald Dinsmore and President Wallis Calaway, Valley Forge's Chapter of the Honor Society, along with carrying out its purpose of y creating a desire for knowledge throughout the school, has been busy sponsoring fund raising events and preparing for , the fall and spring inductions. , l I l. U L. 1- ll iw l l i NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS - Bottom Row: Lynn Needham, secretary, Wally Calaway, president, Joan Zehnder, vice- president. Second Row: Leslie Dahn, social chairman, Sharon Bray, treasurer. f 17 7 " fy Jin C24,,ex.a.ff'f?c,c,Q26A ILQQGZ :f.f,,.4,z.f.1,c'L6.J Jgftiazzzi? ,wfQ"4"'if'Of3' f f1f'f7f.f1fef1 fZffLf'.s' ffl-4 Recogmzed At S In uct1onfQf.,a.,..f 7 at ,Q .5 ,L-" f9QfGfzSl1.?63 L,t.7J'L6Q:,Q.. 1 ,- Cifbeicf Q - ff? KD? ,Aj f 'Y k.,,.--f efxfjff-vif1m'Q, f! fyad ,, I Introduction speakers, Bradley Burgess, Joan Zehnder, Gary Smeal, and Sharon Bray, wait to congratulate new Honor Society member. President Wally Calaway is master of ceremonies at National Honor Society induction. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - Bottom Row: N. Galdun, T. Varner, L. Deacon, B. Kurtz, M. Stegelski, D. Daransky, J. Hribar, R. Gradine, L. Katzan, M. Mitzo E. Schmidt. Second Row: P. Hosic, C. Ferencz, D. Rusynyk, B. Van Chantfort, L. Lanzer, J. Graham, B. Tocci, D. Eggett, M. Yoch, B. Jacobi, J. Falkenstein. Third Row: P. Brand M. Hammond, D. Cole, R. Van Os Keuls, L. Mackert, C. DeO1'eo, L. Dech, J. Werkner S. Shaefer, P. Bene. Fourth Row: W. Yurcheshen, S. Junno, B. Burgess, E. Shorts A. Coyner, B. Gresko, L. Smeyak, M. Groenke, M. Neumann, R. Harper. Fifth Row: B. Peters, W. Blabolil, D. Kriska, J. Kurak, S. Musheno, W. Pawuk, D. Tomusko, K Penkal, D. Bonfield, B. Gravatt, B. Hehmeyer. 1 fi. ff? 1. The nuns' choir waits patiently for Vespers to begin. Marta, Kurt, Lisel, F1'i6d1'iCh, N Brigitta, Louisa, and Gretl Von The Sound of Music Emphasizes the Fine THESPIANS - Bottom Row: A. Pontremoli, M. Tulenko, sec- retary, S. Ratzloff, vice-presi- dent, G. Hunt, president, C. Kovacic, treasurerg L. Katzan R. Jordan. Second Row: C. Heil C. Thomas, C. Ferencz, C Lapossy, K. Kafun, K. Schulz, J. Soppelsa, K. Hall, C. Vacca Third Row: S. Sams, C. Balliett, J. Grove, B. Lambert, B. Bartell, M. Radlick, D. Nikolai, S. Snow- den, S. Belknap. 60 1 7 Being responsible for the dramatic productions of Valley Forge, the Thespian Club plays an important role in the school's extracurricular entertainment. The club is supervised by Mrs. Jacquelyn Mayer. A Readers Theater production of The Importance of Being Earnest was presented for club members. Climaxing the year was a banquet at a local restaurant. As their new governess sings "Do, Re, Mi," the Von Trapp children learn to enjoy themselves. l l l l 1 Trapp sing "So Long, Farewell" to the guests at their father's party. Arts of VF QA . . will Maria takes Captain Von T1'app's arm and smiles tenderly. Sister Sophia counsels Maria and helps her prepare for her wedding. M aria Rainer ........ Sister Berthe .......,.... CAST --------Bonnie Walkup ------------Ger1 Hunt Szster M argaretta .,..... ............ - ,...... C laudia Balliett Szster Sophza ,........... , .....,.. ........ P aula Stinich Mother Abbess ..,....,... Captain Von Trapp Franz .,................ ..... Lisel ..,......... Friedrich, ...... Louisa ....... Kurt ......... Brigitta ........ Marta ........... Gretl ............... Rolf Gruber ...... Elsa Schaecler ....... Ursula ............... Max Detweiler ...... Herr Zeller ........... Baron Elberfelol .....,. A Post-zllant ........... oan Bukhair ---,-------.Rich Boyer - .....,........... Jim Laux Anita Pontremoli ---------Terry Hartlieb -----,---,-Karen Hall ,-George Stockum --.,--,Diane Ehrlich ------Martha Melter ------,----Connie Sue Poe - ............, Ray Zizka -------Sue Ratzloff ------,Lou Katzan -----------Mike Tisma ---------Chuck Kovacic --------Bill Spindler ---,---Marty Pettit Frau Schmidt ..........,..... .........,.........,.. B arb Bartell Baroness Elberfelcl ....... .........,.......... S arah Snowden Directors ..................... ,......... M r. Potokar, Mr. Elliot Student Director .................,...................v...... Sid Sams Choreographers .............. Gayle Kubit, Sarah Snowden Future Teachers Gain Insight FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA - Bottom Row M. Mitzo, historiang D. Singerman, vice-president, D. Blanda, president, P. Brand, secretaryg S. Kaminski, treasurerg D. Nemeth, R. Gradine, M. Balotta, P. Zingheim, P. Kirstein, S. Szegedi, J. Kott, B. Tocci, J. Norenberg, L. Ocetik, L. Abens. Second Row: C. Hudson, C. DeO1-eo, P. Stinich, C Vitcha, N. Godman, M. Leonard, B. Moser, E. Fair, M. Poe P. Hosic, M. Brozak, C. Myers. Third Row: J. Kirby, B Mr. Specht, Future Teachers of America Club adviser, discusses plans for the Christmas meeting. Bernot, J. Bump, S. Roush, G. Skala, L. Kinbaum, J. Usko, C. Ferencz, D. Cole, L. Dahn, C. Van, S. Timm, K. Kepes. Fourth Row: T. Smith, J. Michalske, E. Bier, M. Yoch, S. Nayman, L. Holms, P. Eyman, G. Kulcsar, M. Karpowicz J. Schock, J. Werkner, S. Schaefer, A. Zehnder, D. Eggett. Fifth Row: J. Jacob, B. Bentler, L. Hickman, R. Paul, G. Kubit, S. Christian, M. Tisma, C. Kozimor, C. Kovacic, G. Deli, M. Pollak, E. Hill, L. Grigger, M. Bogesch. 2 Interesting lectures and films concerning the teach- ing field ignited sparks of interest among members of the Future Teachers of America Club. Advised by Mr. Bernard Specht, President Diane Blanda led the club through a successful year of activities and fund-raising events. The Valley Forge chapter donated a physical therapy game to Thoreau Park School for the Handi- capped and a Christmas basket to a needy family in the area. Members gained first-hand experience by student teaching two days in May. Hoping to present a scholar- ship to a worthy graduating senior, the club sponsored a dance and bake sales. Paula Stinich and Marie Karpowicz sort food donated for the FTA Christmas basket. ..l nmuau1 usa- v .us And Experience Chris Kozimor busily counts change as she distributes luscious The children of Thoreau Park School enjoy the theraputic game which Diane Blanda has just presented them in the name of Valley Forge's FTA. home-baked goods at the FTA bake sale. xldpsxx fi' M r ' '-:"1 W FTA OFFICERS -- Sharon Kaminski, treasurer: Debby Singerman, vice-presidentg Diane Blanda, presidentg Monica Mitzo, historiang Pat Brand, secretary. 63 .M-V' lk, slz, . K. . float... -. it -' ' .fp L Participation Imparts Knowledge DECA - Bottom Row: J. Brown, public 1'ela- tions, G. Sherman, vice-president, S. Pace, president, S. Lauger, sec1'etary-treasurer5 B Auvil, publicity chairman. Second Row: Mr. Calabria, R. Speck, D. Danelishen, J. Kilbane R. Socha, D. Schwarzer, J. Hulec, E. Kettler S. Aiello, N. Hamilton, T. Lopez. Third Row S. Peters, J. Soltesz, J. Armstrong, B. Rad- schuk, S. Ziats, C. Robbins, P. Lemire, G Ornas, R. Veverka, R. Wendt. DECA member, Sue Peters, dis- plays her merchandise to an interested customer. B.L.V.F. - Bottom Row: G. Chappell, J. Goebl, J. Meinke, vice-president, J. Rospierski, G. Toghill, president, S. Harri- son, treasurer, H. Dietrich, B. Fox, K. Sevinsky. Second Row: J. Noack, J. Schiffrik, A. Gibson, M. Dowdell, J. Petitto, C. Szafranski, A. Becker, T. Kuhn, C. Peattie, K. Hamlin, E. Schmidt, B. Sevinsky. Third Row: V. Sarfi, P. Penzes, D. Stuchlak, J. Whitney, B. Bromeier, L. DuBois, J. Sargent, D. Graham, P. Walter, N. Szumski, N. Labuda, C. Jagusch, K. Haviland. Fourth Row: L. Baisch, D. DeFrasia, B. Hill, 64 V. Todhunter, R. Boyer, D. Gazdick, K. McG1'eehan, S. Swan S. Lawle1', C. Lubowicz, A. Laudadio, L. Hamula, M. Papushak Fifth Row: C. Pohlchuck, S. McDonald, C. Shaw, C. Noack J. Tasky, B. Kemer, J. Borota, N. Stevens, L. Skura, D Hardy, L. Nato, C. Gilchrist, J. Pape, L. Pulwer. Sixth Row: J. Fischer, D. Fill, J. Dennison, J. Holm, A. Roskavich, L Shelton, P. Schmitt, M. Mapes, M. Fackler, S. Kapusta L. Bruski, R. DeVault, J. Wendt. 1 To VF Business Students Learning to develop competent leadership and grasping office techniques were the goals of the Business Leaders of Valley Forge. Serving as advisers, Mrs. Chase, Mrs. Krueger and Mrs. Krempasky guided mem- bers in maintaining an efficient club and in making intelligent choices as to business occupations. Gary Toghill served as presi- dent of this organization which held a car- wash and a bake sale to boost their treasury. Their main services to our school included the operation of the typing pool and the supply store. Credit both on the job and in the class- room was given to students in DECA, the Distributive Education Club of America. Graded by their adviser Mr. Ronald Calabria and their employers members of this ex- ceptional group worked at various stores throughout the city and participated in many events, including the Northeastern Ohio Con- vention in Akron. To raise money for their New York trip the group sold mums at foot- ball games and candy during the holidays. Students in the Co-operative Education class received two credits for working both on the job and in the classroom. Advised and graded by Mr. David Straight and their employers, Co-operative Education students participated in business courses related to their jobs. Only seniors were allowed to enroll in this course. Students' activities included a booth at the All-School Party, a candy sale, and an after-game dance. COE-Bottom Row: B. Jacobi, treasurery N. Pipoly, corresponding sec- retaryg D. Cardwell, presi- dentg J. Zambory, vice- presidentg C. Westbrook, recording secretary. Sec- ond Row: K. Mehalik, C. Peattie, M. Papushak, C. Gilchrist, M. Van Den Haute, J. Pape, L. Rodgers, D.' Timoteo, Mr. D. Straight. Third Row: B. Zima, M. Obert, S. Dzurik, J. Holm, K. Koe- nig, D. Leggett, L. Pul- wer, L. Rapp, L. Nato. Donna Peattie, a member of the Business Leaders of Valley Forge, spends a moment tallying her sales in the bookstore. 65 Future Nurses Home Economics Club- Bottom Row: S. Ferencz, B. Kirby, L. Hamula, vice- Darmstadt, M. Cool, D. Nemeth, K. Horvath. Third president, K. Cosby, president, S. Johnston, secre- tary, M. Schneider, treasurer, C. Deucher, S. Swan. Row: J. Balint, K. Pachuta, C. Loudon, J. Legan, M. Virant, C. Cook, S. Stoyka, M. Hammond, M. Second Row: E. Deuche1', J. Rhodes, J. Requarth, Bogesch, M. Hammond, K. Darmstadt, K. Fitzgerald. C. Goldner, N. Kotasek, L. Jicha, J. Drool, L. Future Nurses Club- Bottom Row: D. Daransky, C. Bennett, treasurer, D. Carr, secretary, S. Moose, president, S. Bennett, vice-president, C. Garber, historian, S. Horvath, C. Schwarten. Second Row: L. Ziegler, J. Frank, C. Schoenthal, N. Berna, G. Voll, M. Weber, C. Stead, P. Wlotzko, C. Martin, C. Jarvis, A. Schie- man, K. Brents, L. Koch. Third Row: S. Callaghan, P. John- son, L. Link, B. Lambert, C. Link, J. Legan, J. Fritz, M.y Franklin, P. Lolimann, J. Droll, M. Bohm. l 66 1 l Operate Clinic Successfull xr rs. ,-'X-f Carol La Possy, clinic aide, searches for a student's file card to check his health record. Discussing the values of a medical career, seeing films on nursing, hearing speakers from various colleges, and touring a local hospital constituted the busy, varied program of the Future Nurses Club. The club advisers are Mrs. Shirley Maloch, the school nurse, and Miss Judith Sanders. Mrs. Maloch also supervises the clinic aides who help her in the clinic filing medical cards and administering simple first aid. Our representative of the American Red Cross is Mrs. Minerva Alexander. She receives the work projects ideas from the Red Cross and then asks various clubs to help. The Home Economics Club, one of the newer clubs at Valley Forge, is advised by Mrs. Myra Pinkley. The club's programs were based on the theme of furthering the members' homemaking skills. Using their sewing skills, they made friend- ship kits for the children of Vietnam. Carol Zingale demonstrates nursing skills on Gretchen Voll. wma? Clinic Aides- Bottom Row: Mrs. Maloch, N Berna, D. Carr. Second Row: S Moose, K. Tuskes, G. Voll, C Jarvis, B. Lambert, J. Bernacki C. La Possy, S. Bennett, B , Caldwell. 67 Chris Thomas and Diane Hardy discuss the filing procedure for 1965 graduates. Judy Zambory types up a manuscript for Mrs. Hoelter. Carol Zingale and Peggy Walter absentee forms. complete Pages Expand MAIN OFFICE PAGES - Bottom Row: G. Chappell, D. Dumford, L. Giainio, R. Jordan, B. Wolf, C. Hudson. Second Row: J. Richards, K. Hamlin, C. Thomas, L. Soucie, C. Schoenthal, C. Fix, L. Horvath. Third Row: D. Felice, J. Stedron, J. Holm, P. Perkins, E. Benich, B. Peresta, C. Loudon, D. Hardy. ATTENDANCE OFFICE PAGES - Bottom Row: L. Katzan, S. Schmid, K. Riley, L. Rodgers, P. Schulz. Second Row: C. Zingale, K. Faulhammer, J. Droll, T. Shartzer, P. Walter, J. Schmid. Third Row: J. Balint, D. Ban, T. Pawlak, R. Paul, L. Wagner, B. Dray, C. Coppella, M. Zambory. Office Efficienc ' ii 3, .1- , it xi L We A ' 's jf ,f""':'-' TA O 1- TELLERS-Sue H31'1'iS0I1, B05 G1'eSk0, Kathy Mehalik- Office page Rosemarie Gradine delivers a message to Mr. Rudo. The main office pages increase the efficiency of Valley Forge. They aid the office personnel by answering phones, informing students, filing, and running errands. Because the pages willingly work during their study halls and lunch periods, the work of the office staff is lightened. Attendance Office Pages must be able to execute orders with pleasant efficiency. These students agree to work during their free periods. Answering tele- phones, recording attendance, keeping schedules in order, and answering the questions are just a few of the many tasks pages perform. Working in the Attendance Office gives the student an idea of how one section of the school is operated. COUNSELORS' PAGES - Bottom Row: N. Szumski, C. Peattie, M. McDonald, C. Hudson, N. Pipoly, P. Kirstein, R. Gradine. Second Row: J. Zambory, D. Koehn, M. Cool, C. Gilchrist, C. Lapossy, L. Jira, V. Todhunter, K. Cosby, N. Godman. Third Row: J. Michalske, M. Slivka, E. Hill, P. Schmitt, J. Meeks, C. Kozimor L. Needham, L. Pulwer, M. Marginian. 7 69 Shirley Miller takes out a source for her term paper. Jim Horvath returns cleared magazines to their shelves. LIBRARY PAGES - Bottom Row: K. Kettler, C. Gradine, S. Schmid, C. Strommer, P. Hunt, C. Horky, S. Beck, M. Bohm, L. Zarzycki. Second Row: K. Cooper, A. Becker, D. Carr, J. Sheridan, S. Szekeres, G. Williams, E. Bier, P. Payne, J. Horvath, D. Calfee, P. Leggett, B. Bryant. Third Row: B. Vosler, M. Geschke, L. Stubbs, B. Bombay, K. May, J. Reeves, J. McGill, N. John- son, K. Ford, B. Meyo, A. Zehnder. 70 Students Assist Arranging and shelving books and keep- ing the library neat are a few of the tasks the library pages of Valley Forge perform. Advised by Mrs. Carole Snoddy and Miss Margie Smith, these volunteer pages answer questions and help the students whenever possible. The entire student body benefits from the service of the pages. Beverly Meyo arranges her section. In Librar And Bookstore Cris Ferencz and Jan Werkner prepare the bookstore for morning customers. One of Mr. Dunfor-d's senior English students buys her vocabulary book. .Q H of ,sg 4,.,. Al Bachner purchases a book for his U. S. Government class. A world of enjoyment and excitement may be purchased for a small price from the paper- back bookstore. Fiction, non-fiction, reference and language books compose the large selection of books offered. Many students volunteer their free periods to work in the paperback book- store. These students, under the supervision of Mr. David Grodhaus, serve as clerks. The stu- dents' responsibilities include keeping shelves in order, selling books, and keeping records of purchases. Profits from the sale of the paper- backs are contributed to the library. PAPERPACK BOOKSTORE WORKERS - Bot.- t.om Row: L. Bisson, J. Lerch, S. Nayman, J. Werkner, M. Karpowicz, A. Burhoe. Second Row S. Schaefer, J. Caron, K. Thornbladh, G. Castle, G. Epstein, M. Pollak, D. Blanda. 71 72 ARCHON HI-Y - Bottom Row: T. Necker, J. Fulle1', secretary, B. Gibson, president, J. Musolf, vice-president, T. Taylor, treasurerg J. Urban, sergeant-ab arms. Second Row: D. Baird, T. Hartlieb, T., Mazzo, M. Siedlecki, B. Ihde, M. Nouotny, J. Meeth, R. Kencson. Third Row: M. Daniels, E. Shorts, R. Harper, A. Redick, L. Torok, W. Zunt, M. Prakope, B. Latter, J. Stewart, C. Faubel. Fourth Row: S. Annibale, F. Kish, J. Graber, G. Petrash, D. Warner, B. Peters, B. Urban, R. Beck, T. Kolman, K. Meyer. Hi-Ys Serve In Grder To Mature CENTURIAN - Bottom Row: S. Barile, treasurer, P. Dimitruk, vice-president, B. Burney, president, S. Swolley, secre- tary 3 N. Martens, Chaplain and sergeant- at-arms. Second Row: B. Zizka, R. Zizka, T. Becker, T. Granfors, J. Hruby, L. Sunyak, J. Wolf, L. Zajac, A. Coyner, W. Barry, J. McC1eave, S. Stauffer, D. Martens. Third Row: K. Wessler, D. Schuetz, L. Kozimor, D. Niemi, J. Rieter, G. Kapela, K. Penkal, D. Nikclai, G. Coseriu, S. Mabry, L. Pabst. OLYMPIAN HI-Y - Bottom Row: P. Heidenreich, sergeant-at-arms, S. Jones, secretaryg G. Barber, president, G. Smeal, vice-president, W. Calaway, treasurer, D. Parrish, chaplain. Second Row: D. Romanik, D. Caravona, G. Joyce, B. Haney, B. Schwarzer, C. Dougan, D. Calaway, C. Davis, K. Hofstrom. Third Row: M. Mrazek, D. Kromer, M. Gumz, R. Lange, J. Gartman, J. Shibley, T. Fahaland, B. White, L. Schultz. SAXON HI-Y - Bottom Row: D. Krause, chaplaing M. Leppa, sergeant-at- armsg R. Wehe, secretaryg T. Grecenuk, president, F. Fazakas, vice-presidentg J. Scicchitano, treasurer. Second Row: S. Delia, B. Resley, S. Mlecik, J. Niemynski, lil. Bruno, J. Hague. Third Row: K. Betcher, B. Wehe, F. Butts, D. Warswick, N. Noll, C. Graham, K. Smith, E. Semaxl. W Service projects and recreational activi- ties are the main reasons why a growing number of Valley Forge men are taking an active interest in the Hi-Y program. Striving to fulfill the purpose of the Hi-Y, which is "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and com- munity, the high standards of Christian behavior," the five Valley Forge Hi-Y clubs promote community welfare through participation in various service projects. The United Appeal Drive, the greater- Cleveland clothing campaign, and the "Let Freedom Ring" program are among the many worthwhile projects of the clubs. Socially, the clubs sponsored hayrides, dances, contests and overnighters. TRITON HI-Y-Bottom Row: J. Fisher chaplaing S. Painting, vice-president, B A. Paul, G. Vickers, R. Baird, J. Reichelt B. Holzwortch, B. McCleave, D. Lovelady A. Michaud. Third Row: G. Pall, G Lange, D. Coupe, D. Colaric, J. Dales- Sandro, S. Musheno, J. Salzer, J. Roth. "Two dollars!" exclaims Mr. Sartini, Archon Hi-Y slave sale auctioneei uctions off Dennis Baird. 3 Burgess, president, J. Pruehs, treasurer, M. Rust, sergeant-at-arms. Second Row: Varied Projects Attract Y-Teens Cleveland Heights Tigers burn in effigy at the bonfire sponsored by Y-Teens. .wk ' X I Karl Holfstrom explains the basics of judo to the Xanthians at one of their meetings. Giggles and good times are only a small part of the Xanthian Y-Teen program. Under the direction of Miss Donna Buys and Miss Kathryn Shuck, the members worked to promote world fellowship. Striving to achieve high standards of character, the club participated in many service activities. Among these projects were: selling refreshments at the basketball games, collecting clothes for U.N.I.C.E.F., and assembling school bags for the children of Vietnam. The Christmas dance, a rollick- ing booth at the All-School party, an interclub discussion with the Hi-Y groups, and a delightful Mother-Daugh- ter Tea highlighted the year. XANTHIAN - Bottom Row: L. Deacon, C. DeOreo, L. DiAnge1o. Third Row: M. vice-presidentg M. Radlick, presidentg J. Poe, J. Bukhair, K. Chandler, R. Brown, C. Trytek, treasurerg P. Stoddard, secretary. Thomas, L. Sartini. Second Row: J. Miller, M. Duke, M. Pettit, 74 Tim Taylor assists Pete Fedock in getting to class. Jim Fuller applies the finishing touches on visitor parking space. Key Club Serves The Community Serving the school and the community is the Key Club's purpose. The club has undertaken many worthwhile projects this year. They continued to assist a paralyzed girl in her exercises and cleaned the landscaped areas around the school. Their service to the community included participating in the United Appeal and Blood Mobile programs. For these and other contributions of service, the Ohio District Key Club recognized the Valley Forge Key Club as one of the top ten clubs in the state. The Key Club is sponsored by Parma Kiwanis and is advised by Mr. Schlemmer. KEY CLUB- Bottom Row: T. Taylor, secretaryg A. Bachner, G. Barber, R. Valent, L. Kamps, W. Yurcheshen, presidentg J. Fuller, vice-presi- dentg L. Kozimor, treasurer. Second Row: J. Harlan, D. Gazdick, T. Hartlieb, S. Barile, T. Kilbane, T. Zingale, J. Poggendorf, M. Watkins, S. Nowlin, J. Wolf. Third Row: D. Lanzdorf, A- Holzworth, B. York, M. Daniels, B. Bombay, Horrigan, J. Fricker. Fourth Row: G. Srneal, Mlecik, D. Kriska, J. Meinke, B. Spindler, Peters, R. Yurcheshen, J. Rieter, B. Plachy, Kapustar. 75 - lg , - I l WVFH - Bottom Row: J. Falkenstein, head announcerg G. Hunt, S. Ratzloff, L. Nato, S. Snowden. Second Row: J. Bukhair, J. Poggendorf, T. Mikulas, R. Wulkow. AV crew operates technical equipment for canteens. WVFH And AVA Assist Faculty In Mechanical Operations Radio Station WVFH is the communication center of Valley Forge. Composed of head announcer Jackie Falken- Rich Martin prepares p,.0jeCt0r for stein and six other announcers, it presents the "Morning classroom use. Show," which helps students plan their daily routines by providing a complete activity schedule. AVA's main function is to aid the faculty. Guided by crew chief Al Bachner, members were seen showing Macbeth films, recording the morning show, and sponsoring J the first dance. X I AVA - Bottom Row: J. Poggendorf, presidentg D. Koharik, dancer chairmang A, Bachner, crew chiefg J. Burmeister, assistant crew chief. Second Row: J. Falkenstein, S. Ratzloff, L. Nato, M. Burk, D. Sollbergei-,, J. Pape, S. Hewis, B. Martin, M. Cool. Third Row: J. Kocian, D. Lichvar,l R. High, J. Williams, R. Ludwig, D. Perin, R. Kelch, R. Oshiro, V. Weber.3 Fourth Row: D. Moore, J. Melda, T. Mikulas, R. Wulkow, G. Kader, D.l Mayfield, J. Veres, D. Morse, R. Martin. 1 1 Dick Perian assembles a clock radio. Students Investigate Machinery Students who were interested in furthering their knowledge of automotive mechanics joined the Auto- motive Club. This year, as a special project, they assembled a car frame and engine, labeling its parts for display. The club, under the direction of Mr. Robert Kovacs, also sponsored special guest speakers. Promotion of electronics experimenting is the basic aim of the Radio Electronics Club. Supervising members and assisting them in the creation of various projects is Mr. Carl Grolle, club adviser. Students who are planning a career in the electronics field find the club practical as well as interesting. AUTOMOTIVE CLUB- Bottom Row: R. Kerner, vice-presi- dentg J. Setar, president, C. Schmeler. Second Row: F Macron, E. Pragg, J. Synk, T. Gahan, J. Virgilio. Third Row: D. Barnard, R. Pesek, S. Mackenzie, R. Pannell, B. Hepp D. Marx, B. Frederick. RADIO ELECTRONICS CLUB-Bottom N Row: V. Weber, presidentg Mr. Grolle, ad- , viserg J. Burmeister, secretary-treasurer. Second Row: D. Scott, R. Toth, K. Fran- tisak, B. Gregory. Third Row: B. Girosky, T. Thompson, L. Jennings, A. Bachner, D. I Davis, D. Breno. Mr. Elliott directs during a . - ,M . , . ,als V , ,. A Cappella choir practice. Girls' Choir rehearses for the Christmas Chorale. A Cappella And Gir1's The finest in choral excellence at Valley Forge was displayed by the 1965-66 A Cappella Choir. Mr. John F. Elliott directs the ninety-two melodious voices. Leadership and organization were given by this year's officers: President, Roy Hasbrookg Vice-President, Richard Boyer, Secre- taries, James Meinke and Suzanne Ratzloff 3 and Treasurers, Suzanne Arndt and Kathleen Riley. Besides the traditional concert, the Christmas season activities included a festive party and caroling at Parma Community Hospital and at the annual Parma Heights tree-burning ceremony. In the spring, A Cap- pella participated in the LEL Choir Festival and district and state contests. The A Cappella Choir ended the 1965-66 season with a spring concert and a performance at commencement. To become a memorable performing group the Girls' Choir strived for exactness of blend and dynamics. The choir presented selections ranging from pre-classical to contemporary music. Mr. Elliott conducted the girls in the District Band and Choir Contest in the spring. The choir participated in local concerts and in the Sound of Music production. X., if -in M1 it 96 we ss .51 'swf is TLPIP ..-. -vw- A CAPPELLA CHOIR- Bottom Row: P. Nespeca, J. Falken- stein, P. Stinich, J. Marr, A. Pontremoli, G. Hunt, K. Spanagel, M. Bohm, S. Brew, M. Duke, B. Winslow, R. Smith, S. Ratz- loff, secretary, K. Riley, treasurer, S. Arndt, treasurer, C Myers, R. Gradine. Second Row: K. Hardy, L. Lengyel, M Marginian, C. Phillips, K. Dinse, P. Hosic, S. Bennett, M Leonard, C. Hudson, M. McCulloch, C. Thomas, J. Jacob K. Kepes, S. Stelma, D. Bray, S. Swan, C. Picarelli, Si DeHaven. Third Row: L. Needham, G. Kulcsar, C. Baliett J. Waugh, N. Havens, J. Broggini, K. Schulze, P. Frohman R. Paul, C. Filson, D. Hardy, J. Bukhair, M. Abarbanell 8 v I C. Cook, P. Eyman, L. Hertel, D. Zahorcak, C. Goodwin, S. Ingersoll. Fourth Row: M. Soucie, T. Reed, S. Stauffer, C. Messerknecht, D. DeFranco, J. Faenza, R. Zizka, S. Swalley,N V. Spittal, G. Reimer, D. Gazdick, J. Soppelsa, T. Hartlieb, G. Coseriu, J. Laux, R. Boyer, B. Mooradian, J. Kreutzer, M. Gumz, S. Jones. Fifth Row: E. Mion, T. Olive, J. Decker, S. Kaye, C. Shawan, L. Voglein, S. Habusta, M. Weber, D. Warner, A. Graham, L. Jennings, R. Brent, R. Adams,i K. G1'iffith, J. Meinke, B. Spindler, K. Brand, R. Hasbrook,i president, D. Rudyk, T. Fahrland. f Quintet practices for spring concert. Choirs Continue In Excellence A Capella choir listens to accompaniment. GIRLS' CHOIR - Bottom Row: M. Pettit, D. Reshetalo S. Kovalenko, B. Kurtz, C. DeOreo, S. Loika, S. Schwan A. Pontremoli, G. Chappell, J. Grigas, 12. llolskis, D. Dietz B. King, K. Oriold, B. Walkup, K. Hall, C. Dertonaschi L. Nichols, S. Harnak. Second Row: S. Bates, A. Black D. Shatto, D. Burke, J. Kott, B. Stockuni, C. Heil, D. Dort, D. Grunau, C. Smith, J. Zanibory, K. Weber, D. Hubbard S. Callaghan, C. Lapossy, H. Shumway, K. Tuomala, M Karales, L. Rahal. Third Row: G. Mostrmn, C. Strommer, K. Francis, E. Fair, J. Lerch, D. Budak, M. Davis, B. Lamb B. Yuhas, C. Overbeck, S. Kachelein, S. Lindsen, S. Zag- wodzki, D. Englehart, C. Gerencser, D. Frick, N. Berna, M. Kaugurs, R. Payne, J. Stedron, G. Skala. Fourth Row: J. Witkowski, M. Lalnpert, H. Stroh, J. Camerer, M. Bogesch, T. Varner, M. Ornsby, R. Sievert, J. Presley, L. Schwark S. Salley, K. Kircher, V. Sidor, M. Mason, D. Haberkost L. Bruski, C. Martin, S. Blocker, L. Hickman, L. Ward L. Shaltis, N. Kouba. Fifth Row: M. Radlick, B. Bartell D. Schumann, B. Zydor, C. Risher, J. Fritz, S. Ammiller J. Balint, M. Chrewan, K. Nowak, K. Koenig, L. Fritzsche L. Mackulin, S. Jansma, M. Pollak, R. Boknian, K. Campbell N. Muldoon, G. Riegler, N. Kotasek, S. Lamb, K. Williams G. Deli, C. Baker. MADRIGAL - Bottom Row: P. Stinich, K. Spanagel, C. Balliett, J. Bukhair, S. Ratzloff, P. Hosic, A. Pontremoli, C. Picarelli. Second Row: R. Zizka, T. Hartlieb, E. Mion, J. Decker, S. Kaye, C. Shawan, B. Mooradien, R. Boyer. The guidance of Mr. John Elliott, musical director, has brought the choirs of Valley Forge to their present point of excellence. During the year, the Girls' Glee Club worked with Girls' Chorus on secular and religious music, and the Boys' Glee Club perfected the tone and harmony of their music. Comprised of selected A Capella Choir members, the Madrigal Club performed at school and civic functions. Singers were selected on the basis of their ability to sight read and the blend and harmony of their voices. Performances at Christmas and Easter climaxed long months of practice. if Choirs GIRLS' GLEE - Bottom Row: K. Thompson, secretary' J. Petitto, T. Kuhn, vice-president, L. Temari, L. Koch, N. Morris, L. Weber, N. Bergsieker, C. Spodar, G. Greschuk B. Neiger, P. Kirstein, L. Doering, J. Eschbach, H. Csaszar, S. Williams. Second Row: K. Waker, J. Herbold, N. Kraw- chenko, L. Baisch, G. Reis, B. Rhenish, L. Johnson, C. Bennett, J. Grigas, N. Szakacs, S. Majka, V. Varner, D. Peattie G. Wandt, L. Warren, L. Brooks, J. Sargent. Third Row S. Russell, N. Herman, S. Seevers, B. Jagusch, M. McNoldy A. Zvolensky, P. Smith, L. Smith, B. Stybel, M. Parker, 80 secretary, P. Gall, D. Williams, C. Kron, N. Toghill, S Schmid, F. Scebbi, S. Szoke, treasurer. Fourth Row: -K Mayer, J. Schmid, P. Sobel, S. Loebs, M. Poe, S. Fierle S. Fischer, J. Lloyd, C. Cooper, M. Lawther, G. Mooradian S. Kriska, B. Ujczo, J. Toth, B. Schmidt, C. Jagusch, R DeVault, M. Scales, J. Payne. Fifth Row: A Crane, P. Bluett, K. Becksted, C. Shaw, E. Hill, S. Stead, J. Tasky, N. Miluch, M. Dunger, J. Hulec, president, C. Neubecker, C. Youngmann D. Luta, S. Belknap, B. Lambert, J. Folop, J. Schwairke P. Burk. n 1 Excel In Their Performances l K , GIRLS' CHORUS - Bottom Row: J. Buchholz, chairman, L. Gorsica, 1 Mr. Elliott prepares Girls' Choir for Christmas K. Jira, K. Jennings, L. Happel, G. Hennings. Second Row: S. Kamms, 1 COHCBFTS- L. Dustin, L. Watson, J. DeWille, R. Wiesemann, M. Mileti, D. Kara, N secretary. Third Row: C. Conway, P. Young, N. Rollason, secretary, 1 T. Tomsa, J. Mayfield, L. Sherwood, M. Deacon. Fourth Row: K. Meinke, B. Fix, K. Karnowski, B. Boltz, C. Costanzo, K. Gough, S. Kapusta, N L. Ahtall. X l BOYS' GLEE -- Bottom Row: G. Stockum, S. Bielawski, J. Conklin, C. Kovacic, J. Green, vice-president, D. Morse, T. Bemer, S. Monachino, D. Zido, F. Pallotta, J. Colvin, G. R. Leiberman, J. Roberts, T. Broom, D. Rosenberry, R. Buker, T. Zingale, secretary, J. Franko, librarian, M. Nyerges, S. Runkle. Fourth Row: R. Werner, M. Schmidt, Moynihan, T. Scavone. Second Row: B. Swiger, C. Graham, D. Hollo, D. Simmons, D. Wohl, R. Miller, treasurer, J. J. Rowlen, T. Kilbane, S. Nowlin, S. Fowler, R. Kelch, R. Mitterholzer, J. Richardson, R. Hutchings, D. Mitchell, B. Roper, G. Lenart, C. Catanese, R. Dee, J. Comienski, C. O'Donnell, R. Peters, C. Dubiel, D. Cary. Hupcej. Third Row: R. Beamish, F. Panek, R. Maudsley, 81 82 ORCHESTRA - Bottom Row: P. Krafcik, K. Schulze, J. Caron, K. Oriold, P. Brand, C. Vitcha, G. Epstein, J. Hruby. Second Row: G. Kulmit, C. Stead, E. Hannun, L. Stevens, S. Ingersoll, L. Mackert, S. Bray, J. Mizizin. J. Michalske, K. Albin, E. Delnko, C. Holden, R. Yurcheshen. Third Row: S. Schultz, J. Garrett, M. Bracic, C. Wallace, J. Kreutzer, L. Carr, G. Cameron, D. Strawhacker, T. Moenich, B. Deal, P. Titus, K. Yanko, J. Broggini, C. Hunter. Fourth Row: G. Chappell moli, J. Krofcik, R. Cappallo, K. Vojnar, B. Obenauer, L Sunyak, G. Kapela, S. Roush, R. Zizka, R. Black, D. Woikey R. Valent, D. Tinay, H. Bash, J. Pelynio, G. Calperone, W Wightman, K. Dietz, J. Zimmer. Music Groups Learn While String bass player, Jeanne Walter, exemplifies intense concentration. 1 D. Hartman, B. Sipko, L. Schultz, W. McClelland, A. Pontre- 7 Orchestra accompanies Anita Pontremoli during assembly. They Entertain Members of the Valley Forge Orchestra rapidly discovered that being a musician requires more than the ability to translate musical notes into sound. Daily practice kept players at the peak of their abili- ties. In addition to the annual fall, winter, and spring concerts, the orchestra competed in the State Orches- tra Contest, where they won a Superior rating from all four judges. Music from Bach to Gershwin found its place in the orchestral repertoire. Outstanding members of the orchestra took part in the Lake Erie League Festival and in the All-State Orchestra. Joe Hruby acknowledges the audience's appreciation for his cello solo. After football season the membersgof Valley Forge's Marching Band regrouped into the Concert and Symphonic bands. The Symphonic Band, under the direction of Mr. David Petrella, performed in con- certs throughout the winter and spring seasons. Exceptional members competed in the Greater Cleve- land Solo and Ensemble Contest which was hosted by Valley Forge. A performance at commencement completed a fine year. W-Zffsilf 5Y1x7'.'2f Q -5. I ' 1 ' SYMPHONIC BAND-Bottom Row: L. Mackert, S. Inger- soll, L. Stevens, T. Kirk, M. Euse, K. Rasen, C. Lord, G. Greschuk, D. Lichvar, M. Duke, J. Michalske, J. Mizisin. Second Row: D. Strawhacker, M. Groenke, J. Hruby, L. Lanzcr, D. DeMarco, R. Moser, D. Dimas, C. Ferencz, R. Bittel, D. Jerome, M. Wilkins, L. Carr, N. Bergsieker, K. Spanagel, K. Brand, P. Nespeca. Third Row: R. Novak, J. Chesney, N. Ferretti, B. Voelkel, J. Kreutzer, T. Ruth, R. Spindler, G. Kubit, M. Cool, D. Bray, S. Roush, M. Zier, R. Zizka, L. Sunyak, G. Kapela, R. Modney, T. Calkins, J. LaRosa, J. Liguori, T. Moenich, R. Deal, D. Sollberger. Fourth Row S. Euse, T. Stephen, M. Gerace, D. Kozik, D. Niemi, R. High B. Schwarzer, L. Smeyak, J. Shibley, K. Vojnar, J. Sebek A. Coyner, R. Zizka, J. Baloun, J. Jicha, D. Benson, R. Valent D. Wakey, W. Barry, R. Black. Fifth Row: L. Schultz, D Monoc, T. Thompson, B. Wojeik, D. Tinay, G. Deepe, A. Ven- sky, R. Harper, L. Haburchak, J. Cutietta, J. Krafcik, K Potetz, D. Hartman. 8 CONCERT BAND-Bottom Row: D. Lichvar, D. Eggett, L. Kling, R. Jovan, G. Skala, L. Carr, D. Dolloff, F. Paine J. Tasky, C. Smith, J. Dyck, W. McClelland, G. Telmanik J. Wasil. Second Row: J. Hoffman, F. Bartholomew, S. Lach D. Maile, D. Kruse, J. Stober, C. Stepanek, D. Parrish, S Swan, T. Moeniel, S. Brown, D. Dimas, D. Strrniska, D Mathews, N. Ferretti. Third Row: C. Ziegler, C. Messerknecht, K. Yanko, L. Tulloch, D. Bray, D. Powers, M. Stiffler, R. Jen- sen, F. Galvan, R. Hilfer, G. Gonda, D. Benson. Fourth Row J. Meinke, P. Frohman, T. Stephen, T. Koerper, D. Cochran S. Mabry, G. Kobs, J. Meeth, D. Martens, B. Dray, T. Srail L. Rose, D. Godman, J. Wolf, L. Pabst. Fifth Row: R Neumeyer. Accomplished Musicians Strive Mr. Cowden and the Orchestra graciously accept well deserved applause. 84 Concert Band displayed its musi- cal talent in concert performances in February and May. Members of the band, along with Symphonic Band and Orchestra, acted as mod- erators and guides for the Greater Cleveland Solo and Ensemble con- test which Valley Forge hosted in February. Members also partici- pated in the competition. In all the events Valley Forge partici- pated in, over 6O?6 of the candi- dates received superior ratings. The varied presentations of this musically disciplined group ap- pealed to many audiences. Mr. Elliott coaxes a crescendo from the Girls' Choir. For Perfection Of Performance Boys' Glee performs for Christmas Chorale PATRIOT MARCHING BAND - Bottom Row: D. Kare, D. Stuchlak, P. Frohman, L. Kinbaum, S. Kaminski, L. Patchan, S. Brown, T. Tomsa, S. Pippin, J. Noack, J. Kreutzer. Second Row: Mr. Petrella, Mr. Southwick, Miss Jennings, S. Ingersoll, M. Duke, R. Jovan, L. Mackert, L. Stevens, D. Egget, C. Lord, M. Euse, G. Greschuk, B. Deal, D. Hart- man, L. Schultz, L. Haburchak, K. Potetz, D. Meinke, J. Cutietta, C. Ziegler, J. Kiraly, T. Krafcik, D. Hiller, T. Srail, Flashing across the field and performing precision drills and formations, the Patriot Marching Band appeared as a massive blue unit during opening and halftime game ceremonies. Harmonious melodies accompanied formations led by the high-stepping majorette, Sha1'on Kaminski and drum major, Jeff Kreutzer. Under the direction of Mr. David Petrella, practice sessions were held daily to enable the band to produce a polished performance each time it played. One of the highlights of the 1965 season was the presentation of the musical score from The Sound of Music at the Parma game. 7 B. Dray, L. Pabst, K. Basen, D. Lichvar, T. Kirk, L. Kling. Third Row:: G. Skala, J. Walters, L. Tulloch, D. Bray, K. Yanko, M. Cool, R. Zizka, J. Hruby, J. Liguori, T. Calkins, D. Strmiska, D. Mathews, B. Voelkel, B. Modney, J. Fischer T. Moenich, G. Deepe, A. Vensky, R. Harper, D. Strawhacker, J. Chesney, L. Carr, N. Ferretti, T. Rea, T. Ruth, P. Nespeca, K. Spanagel, L. Lanzer, C. Ferencz, B. Moser, M. Wilkins, I Valley Forge LIBERTY BELLES - Bottom Row: D. Kare, S. Pippin, K. Stuch- lak, J. Noack. Second Row: P. Frohman, L. Kinbaum, S. Kamin- ski, head, L. Patchan, S. Brown, T. Tomsa. 86 ff f E? 3 D. Dolloff, J. Tasky, J. Hoffman, D. Sollberger, C. Stepanek, D. Maile. Fourth Row: J. Michalske, J. Mizisin, G. Kubit, C. Messerknecht, G. Kapela, L. Sunyak, M. Zier, D. Woikey, Cappallo, L. Smeyak, Euse, K. Vojnar, D. Gerace, G. Kobs, T. Neumeyer, S. Roush, B. Valent, W. Barry, B. Obenauer, R. B. Schwarzer, J. Meeth, R. High, S. Niemi, C. Langston, T. Stephen, M. Koerper, D. Cochran, D. Martens, R. Band Marches Forward gl C. Swan, J. Dyck, M. Groenke, N. Bergsieker, D. Bittel, D. Kruse, R. Novak, C. Smith, W. Spindler, K. Brand. Fifth Row: J. Jicha, B. Hilfer, M. Dowdell, D. Benson, J. Baloun, F. Bartholomew, R. Black, R. Jensen, B. Zizka, A. Coyner, D. Monoc, B. Wojcik, T. Thompson, D. Tinay, J. Sebek, M. Stiffler, D. Powers, J. Wasil, G. Telmanik, Frank Paine, D. Dimas, W. McClelland, Stanley Lach. Pep band joins student body in watching Cleveland Heights Tigers burn in effigy. "Spirit of '76": Fife player, Mike Groenkeg first drummer, Larry Schultz, second drummer, Don Billerg and flag bearer, Julius Liguori. Majorettes and band perform during the halftime of the Parma game. 87 t , S s.-init?-401 I I The eager beginning is accompanied by thoughts of victory. Membership in Lettermen's is open to boys who earn a varsity letter providing they are Willing to endure the initiation. Every other week after meetings, the gym is open and members are able to participate in basketball games. The Lettermen's Club, advised by Mr. Ramlow, par- ticipated in several school- service projects including ushering at basketball games and financing the purchase of assorted sports equipment. It also sponsored All-Sports Night and a dance as a fund- raising event. Miss Viscomi presents winning trophy to Jim Fuller and Judy Grigas, Boys' and Girls' Booster representatives. Lettermen Strength of the body is a necessary element for Lettermen. LETTERMEN - Bottom Row: W. Wightman, B. Jurca, J. Subin, S. Miller, W. Calaway, vice-president, G. Barber, president, J. Poggendorf, sec- retaryg S. Jones, R. Strahinic, F. Goodwin, J. Drago, P. O'Toole. Second Row: R. Has- brook, G. Smeal, B. Weber, D. Schuetz, D. Kibler, W. Barry, J. Baronak, F. Palascak, E. Peck, R. Martin, J. Ross, G. Baronak, M. Groenke, J. Kocaja, T. Gartman. Third Row: J. F1-icker, B. McCleave, M. Daniels, R. Veverka, E. Shorts, P. Heidenreich, L. Voglein, G. Lange, J. Gartman, G. Kader, T. Mikulas, E. Moore, A. Kapustar, M. Weber. GIRLS' BOOSTERS -- Bottom Row: M. Karales, first vice-presidentg C. Thomas, presidentg C. Phillips, second vice-presi- dent. Second Row: C. Vacca, secretaryg D. Singerman, treasure1'. Third Row: B. Belskis, chairman of assembliesg J. Hribar, poster chairmang T. Smith, sales chairmang M. Poe, chairman of tags. Fourth Row: R. Gradine, chairman of tagsg P. Kirstein, chairman of tagsg M. Hammond, school party chairmang S. Snowden, dance chairman. And Boosters Ignite Spirit BOYS' BOOSTERS - Bottom Row: B. Gibson, vice-presidentg T. Taylor, presidentg M. Daniels, secretaryg S. Painting, treasurer. Second Row: K. Horrigan, program chairmang R. Hasbrook, publicity chairmang M. Prakope, project chairman. Valley Forge Booster Clubs, under the direction of Mrs. Way and Mrs. Hall, sponsor many worthwhile projects and successful social activities. During the year the members sell programs and shakers. The weekly distribution of Booster tags supporting Patriot teams to encourage school spirit and enthusiasm is one of the club's main goals. The Homecoming float, a joint project of the Boys' and Girls' Boosters, won first prize 3 both clubs also sponsored a dance for the student body. The Girls' Boosters chartered buses to carry supporting Patriots to away games. During the football season, the Boosters held a pep rally and presented a skit for the student body. I A l ! Booster members inspire spirit with club backing. 5 5 ., 7,31 ,Q A, 5 v N if X 4 4 'a ,Q 2.01, ' 1 .. .lr . .. M, M ' -Fw f'-M A. AM xx WN +2 2 fzfgf . Si 3 'gif Spark Enthusiasm Valley Forge received a new injection of school spirit this year with the formation of the Block Club, Presided over by Donna Burke and Jane Kott, the club cheered at basketball games. Pale blue v-neck sweaters with Valley Forge insignia were worn by this group of high spirited girls, who sat and cheered together in block formation at all home and away games. Block club members watch as Donna Burke demonstrates a cheer. Happiness is reflected by members of the Block Club after Valley Forge makes a basket during the Parma game. l A cutting from "West Side Story" is presented by Dramatics class. Stage Crew Aids Performers Lighting, dynamics and sound effects are han- dled by the stage crew. This energetic group of boys, under the direction of Mr. Bernard Specht, aid per- formers at plays, concerts and assemblies. ' 1 Viiil STAGE CREW- Bottom Row: D. Richthamer, A. Chasar, . I D. Piekarczyk. Second Row: T. Granfors, B. Rebar, D. Koharik. Wal' C01'1'eSP0T1dBU'f, T091 Tledef Speaks to 3 SBIUOF assembly Third Row: R. Crawford, E. Holt, P. Newell, M. Burk. about Vletnam- 92 .. Councils Puzzle On Current Problems 41? Modern American social problems pro- vide the basis for many interesting and informative meetings of the Human Rela- tions Council. The Council, under the direc- tion of president, Kurt Thornbladh, and adviser, Miss Lucille Shillat, participated in many projects, which include working with Working in conjunction with the driver education courses, the Valley Forge Youth Traffic Council is an organization which pro- mates traffic safety by working to inform students and faculty of the hazards and safe- guards of driving. In connection with the State Highway Patrol and the Cleveland Automobile Club, the Council provides infor- mation on traffic safety through movies, assemblies, and the maintenance of a safety bulletin board. The Council exchanged ideas with other interested students during discus- sions at John Carroll University and during the regional meeting in Columbus. Laura Jira and Ernie Peck demonstrate depth perception devices to Cleveland Heights stu- dents tseatedj during psycho-physical testing demonstrations. HUMAN RELATIONS - Bot- tom Row: J. Michalske, L. Janosko, K. Thornhladh, G. Epstein, P. Owen, S. Schmid. Second Row: A. Burhoe, C. Ferencz, N. Godman, D. Eggett. P. Callahan, C. Nelson, J. Lerch, A. Richmond. Third Row: D. Blanda, M. Weber, R. Van Os Keuls, J. Caron, R. Ludwig, S. Junno, S. Schaefer, M. Kul- czycki, B. Van Chantfort. YOUTH TRAFFIC COUNCIL - Bottom Row: L. Janosko, E. Peck, president, J. Schock, vice- presidentg J. Pape, treasurerg S. Hewis, publicity chairman, D. Peattie. Second Row: M. Leonard, M. Subin, J. Usko, T. Callaghan, S. Timm, L. Jira, B. Schroedel, P. Callahan, S. Schmid, P. Kirstein, J. Noren- berg, Mr. R. Tvorik, advisor. Third Row: N. Muldoon, D. Gasior, K. Campbell, B. Lucas, G. Telmanik, G. Tatar-ka, J. Comienski, B. Hehmeyer, L. Lengyel, L. Anderson, N. God- man, M. Poe. the crippled children at Camp Cheerful, caroling at the Wayfarers Lodge, and tutor- ing in underpriviledged areas. Regular meet- ings, with films, guest speakers, and lively discussions, provided further opportunity for discussion, debate and action. NOTEHAND CLUB - Bottom Row: R. G1-adine, secretary, D. Stuart, presi- dent, J. Rhodes, vice-president, G. Kader, treasurer. Second Row: M. Wood- ford, J. Wukovich, J. Grigas, M. Brozak, P. Perek. Third Row: B. Bernot, K. Kepes, M. Weber, P. Franklin, A. Hodge, L. Kinhaum. Fourth Row: B. Bauer, A. Coyner, B. Wehn, M. Neumann, L. Malusky, J. Fisher, E. Flegel, M. Chrewan. Students Utilize Classroom MATH CLUB - Bottom Row: J. Kirby, president, T. Varner, vice-presidentg L. Needham, secretary, D. Warner, treasurer. Second Row: M. Stebelski, G. Lignos, M. Kulczycki, G. Telmanik, M. Mason, D. Haberkost, J. Horvath, J. Hribar. Third Row: J. Comienski, B. Elwood, B. Clutterbuck, T. Thompson, H. Jurand, C. Kozimor, M. Neumann, M. Pollak, D. Blanda, P. Bene. Miss Ruth Kadow supervised this year's Notehand Club and its many activities. Some of the activities included taking a trip to Kent State and raising money for the library. The members raised money for the library by participating in the College Night Program, by selling bakery during the lunch hour, and by sponsoring a dance. The members of this club often return after graduation to speak at one of the meetings. Belonging to this club is a profitable experience for all Notehand students. 94 Ve.. l John Kirby puzzles over the mysteries of the slide rule. Advised by Mr. Loren Castor, the Math Club was composed of students interested in furthering their knowledge of mathematics. Interesting programs were pre- sented at the monthly meetings by members of the club. Slide rules, delta x, and the cube of a binomial, were terms and concepts explored , by the club to make the programs stimulating for the members. NFL - Bottom Row: G. George, secretaryg B. Van Chantfort, vice- presidentg K. Thornbladh, presi- dent, K. Wessler, treasurer. Second Row: K. Sevinsky, C. Powers, S. Sams, A. Richmond, R. Dimitruk, M. Pi1'cio, D. Kolke, B. Weber. Third Row: J. Day, M. Daniels, G. , Davis, J. Albert, K. Spanagel, D. Godman, C. Kovacic, M. Gumz, S. Skills In Activities Our National Forensic League fosters students' active interest in speech and debate. Advised by Miss Barbara Greider, the Valley Forge Chapter is comprised of stu- dents who participate in vari- ous oratorical contests. Twenty- five points, accumulated by their participation in public speaking, are necessary for membership. Kurt Thornbladh presides over the club. Several members won awards of honor, merit, and distinction. Debate team members meet on Saturday mornings to com- pete with students from local schools. Advised by Miss Greider, one of their goals is to achieve membership in the Na- tional Forensic League. This group merits 'many awards and trophies. ' Jones, J. La Rosa, R. Ludwig. Kurt Thornbladh rehearses before a debate. , C' DEBATE TEAM - Bottom Row: K. Wessler, co-captain, K. Thornbladh, captain, B. Van Chantfort, co-captain. Second Row: G. George, D. Kolke, M. Jones, N. Godman, A. Richmond, R. Ludwig, R. Mackey, P. Dimitruk, M. Pircio, C. Powers, K. Sevinsky. Third Row: J. La Rosa, G. Davis, J. Albert, J. Wasil, D. Godrnan, K. Spanagel, M. Daniels, J. Day, M. Kaugurs, B. Weber. 95 Language Clubs Promote LATIN CLUB-Bottom Row The goals of the Russian club included gaining insight into Russian culture and promoting the study of the language. Under the direction of Miss Holubec and Mr. Mechem, the club members viewed an evening vesper service at St. Theodosius Church and attended Russian movies at Western Reserve University. Par- ticipation in poetry-reading contests at Kent State and Western Reserve Universities, as well as attend- ance at a Cleveland performance of the Bolshoi Ballet were planned. Encouraging students to develop an interest in Spanish was the main purpose of the Spanish club. Movies were obtained and speakers were scheduled. dent, C. Ferencz, secretary, J Norenberg, L. Benke, T. Kirk Second Row: G. Greschuk, F Scebbi, J. Broggini, L. Sholtis f K. Campbell, T. Schnur. Initiation of new members was just one of the activi- ties in which the group participated during the year. Rainer Wulkow, foreign exchange student from Dillenburg, Germany, enlivened German Club meet- ings with his informative lectures on his native land and customs. An excursion to Old Austria, a German restaurant, highlighted the year. Promoting interest in Roman culture was the aim of the Latin Club. The club which was advised by Miss Mary Chambers, heard lectures given by Mrs. Knerr and Miss Shillat. The agenda for the year also included observance of the Ides of March and a banquet in May. B. Franks, D. Reshetalo, R. Black, treasurer, L. Dahn, vice- president, J. Werkner, presi- K. Schulze, P. Billo, D. Bray, C. Gerencser, C. Woller, S. Schultz, K. Albin, P. Horvath. Third Row: E. Franczak, E. Fair, S. Jansma, C. DeOreo, J. Waffen, J. Schneider, S. Mecsko, J. Usko, J. Rowlen, M. Gal- lagher, A. Hodge. Fourth Row: M. Bogesch, R. Van Os Keuls, A. Bachner, B. Carbone, M. Gumz, D. Perram, K. Wessler, M. Tisma, G. Coseriu, S. Junno, 4 l 1 w GERMAN CLUB-Bottom Row: K. Kettler, C. Schwarten L. Temari, R. Wulkow, foreign exchange student, H Dietrich, vice-presidentg R. Cimmino, president, L. Pulwer, treasurer, P. Owen, J. Marr, L. Ziegler. Second Row: B. King, C. Powers, B. Schuerger, C. Cooper, C. Schoen- thal, A. Schieman, P. Hosic, M. Brozak, K. Schulz, C. Bertonaschi, D. Nemeth, L. Janosko. Third Row: C. Strom- mer, R. Sievert, S. Brown, E. Fair, R. Sellers, K. Young, M. Ornsby, L. Stubbs, C. Winarski, K. Horrigan, K. Oriold, N. Flowers, J. Presley. Fourth Row: M. Zegarac J G. Skala, L. Kling, D. DeFranco, G. Deepe, M. Kulczycki, J. Day, D. Cole, P. Brand, D. Reynolds, R. High, M. Groenke, S. Slifko, S. Ingersoll. Fifth Row: D. Calfee, R. Payne, R. Hohniann, M. Chrewan, S. Plachy, R. Cap- pallo, D. Overton, T. Olive, C. Link, B. Zydor, M. Virant, J. Folop, B. Brentler, L. Grigger. Sixth Row: R. Rozman, D. Strawhacker, D. Kan-ips, T. Grecenuk, J. Drickamer, R. Rauth, J. Drickamer, B. Gural, R. Klusmann, J. Pickard, D. Woikey, B. Metzger, M. Behner, B. Yankee. International Understanding Sw- Joan Zehnder and Helga Dietrich await their genuine President Ron Cimmino presents a farewell gift to foreign exchange German meals at the German Club Banquet. student, Rainer Wulkow, on behalf of the German club. RUSSIAN CLUB - Bottom Row: P. Krafcik, program chair- man, B. Plachy, vice-president, M. Pollak, president, A. Fitiak, treasurer, G. Epstein, secretary. Second Row: J. Craig, K. Toth, P. Stinich, J. Yoka, M. Karpo- wicz, S. Pollak, B. Rhenish, S. Ratzloff, C. Spodar, M. Stebel- ski. Third Row: B. Van Chant- fort, J. Bukhair, R. Socha, C. Skladany, J. Egan, J. Caron, J. Caron, L. Holms, S. Hinckley, E. Smith. Fourth Row: R. Radtke, B. York, J. Zimmer, D. Reilnan, R. Yurcheshen, D. De- Marco, W. Yurcheshen, C. Kozi- nior, J. Krafcik, D. Blanda, D. Dalessandro. SPANISH CLU B--Bottom Row: M. Lanipert, president, J. Reed, first vice-president, S. Bennett, second vice-presidentg R. Hoh- mann, treasurer, K. Lutz, secre- tary. Second Row: K. Brents, J. Bump, P. Callahan, M. Yoch, D. Eggett, S. Sams, J. Lerch, L. Johnson, J. Graham, J. Popel- mayer, D. Dietz. Third Row: D. Schumann, K. Francis, C. Gar- ber, J. Fritz. X. Petrolis, D. Stewart, M. Seman, L. Patchan, S. Loebs, C. Woller, S. Nayman, R. Nyerges. Fourth Row: J. Reichwein, E. Mion, C. Neu- becker, G. Telmanik, R. Hutch- ings, H. Jurand, D. Warner, B. Gural, B. Gural, P. Wilk, D. Drake, D. Dalessandro, R. Radtke. 97 Battlecry Galley Slaves Press rl Steve Habusta, Business Editor, and Kathy Toth, Circulation Manager, balance the Battlccry budget. Assistant Editors: Steve Kasper, Gaye Skala, Barb Yuhas, and Jackie Falkenstein discuss plans for the forthcoming issue and exchange ideas on assignments. Typists hidden by stacks of late copy, photographers running' in and out with undeveloped pictures, editors wrestling for stories, unsold advertising, and a bewildered adviser were all part of a good day's Work for the Battlecfry this year. Although young in history, the Battlecry staff members have perfected the standard of high school journalism recognized by most Page one editor, Marianne Balottag page two editor, Mel Radlickg page three editor, Lyn Ocetikg and page four editor, Warren Enyart, consult with editor-in-chief, Linda Deacon, on their assignments. ,V .. s 4 5 'I si ' x X s X 'x ilk? For Deadlines of the area's high schools. This year's staff has worked diligently so that the Battlecry could be a source of pride to Valley Forge students. In the past year, the staff members have attended workshops at Ohio University and city-sponsored clinics. They also have helped develop the first LEL newspaper clinic. Ci .. l-. 1' 1 g., v I Linda Deacon dictates a Battlecry directive to typist, Connie DeOreo. BATTLECRY-Bottom Row: K. Toth, A. Schieman, S. Schmid, K. Thompson, C. DeOreo, J. Falkenstein, Mrs. Bontempo. Second Row: B. Yuhas, G. Skala, P. Wlotzko, S. Aiello, L. Deacon, P. Callahan, S. Bennett. Third Row: D. Mayfield, S. Kasper, S. Koster, M. Radlick, S. Habusta, S. Patla, C. Over- beck. Fourth Row: H. Shum- way, M. Balotta, L. Ocetik, D. Kloos, W. Enyart. 99 Marybeth Bogesch explains Anvil evaluation procedure to Carol Nelson. The Anvil is the Valley Forge literary magazine. It gives some of the students an opportunity to publish their writing. Every two weeks a nucleus of fifteen or twenty students led by the literary editor, Peter Renerts, evaluate short stories, essays, and poems. After consultation with Miss Crockett and Miss Viscomi, selections are made for publication in the Anvil. Art work for the magazine is done under the direction of Kurt Thornbladh, art editor. The business editor is Joyce Balint and the editor-in-chief is Marybeth Bogesch. The magazine is sold at the end of the year at production cost. Anvil Sparks Student Talent 17x ANVIL STAFF - Bottom Row: L. Benke, C. Bertonaschi, S. Hebebrand, P. Owen, K. Thornbladh, art editor, M. Bogesch, editor-in-chiefg J. Balint, business editor, P. Zing- heim. Second Row: M. Lucas, G. Greschuk, V. Sarfi, P. Stinich, A. Burhoe, R. Dedo, J. Whitney, B. Franks, L. Abens, D. Kloos. Third Row: C. Picarelli, C. Ferencz, C. Nelson, S. Hinckley, S. Aiello, A. Harchar, S. Parker, S. Kamms, 100 P. Wlotzko, P. Callahan. Fourth Row: P. Lohman, L. Lanzer, M. Kopp, M. Ornsby, S. Greslick, L. Rahal-, M. Pettit, C. Vitcha, B. Thompson. Fifth Row: M. Balotta, M. Callahan, D. Eggett, K. Pachuta, S. Bennett, J. Bukhair, J. Michalskeg J. Lerch, N. Stevens. Sixth Row: J. Reed, M. Gallagher, B. Wehn, D. Stewart, G. Epstein, G. Deli, J. Decker, G. ,Kubit,t Caron, S. Junno. Enthusiasm Characterizes Archive Staff Barb Tocci ponders on the way in which she will revise History Department copy. Kevin Horrigan receives patient assistance from Miss Murphy. C X xx r K .ef ki - 5:43-f i 1, Typists Elaine Dunn and Dyanne Carr hurriedly complete a page of copy. Roy Hasbrook proportions picture for faculty editor, Sue Schaefer. 101 Kevin Horrigan labors over sports copy. BUSINESS STAFF: Mike Daniels, Sharon Lawler, Jackie Falkenstein, and Linda Kinbaum, discuss the Archive budget. Chattering editors, pounding typewriters, broken croppers, and rattling papers characterized the Archive staff room. Editor-in-chief, Roy Hasbrook, and Literary editor, Barb Tocci, frantically rushed from photographer to editor to writer to typist, checking on the progress of the book and hurrying to meet deadlines. From 3:15 until well past 6:00, the staff labored to perfect the record of the year's events. The year was climaxed with the banquet in May, where an exhausted but happy staff received the first editions of the Archive. ARCHIVE PHOTOGRAPHERS: Ray Zizka, John Setar, Rich Rozman, Head photographerg and Kevin Horrigan. ARCHIVE EDITORS - Bottom Row: Jill Trytek, Opening Sec- tion Editorg Jane Kott, Student Life Eclitorg Judy Eschhach, Girls' Sports Editorg Kathy Thompson, Underclass Editorg Laura Patchan, Under-class Edi- torg Carol Lord, Layout Editor. Second Row: Terry Smith, Ac- tivities Editorg Diane Blanda, Activities Editorg Chris Kozi- mor, Photography Editorg Sue Schaefer, Faculty Editorg Judy , Goebl, Typing Editor. Third Row: Jim Fuller, Coordinating Editorg Sharon Jorgensen, Senior Editorg Marianne Balotta, Senior Editor, Kevin Horrigan, li Boys' Sports Editor. l 102 Le S. . .J Archive Records Memories Annually A 5 2 S ARCHIVE TYPISTS - Elaine Dunn, Judy Goebl, Typing Editorg and Dyanne Carr. A distraught Sharon Jorgensen learns that her entire section is due in three days. ARCHIVE WRITERS - Bottom Row: Holly Shumway, Barb Tocci, Literary Editorg Laurie DuBois. Second Row: Sue Ratzloff, Debbie Ricketts, Carol Stead. 103 T Shall Be Telling This With A Sigh -1---fzw:-f---v'- y fi -iff: ., f M21.v-' ,,L.,,gQ LL.. " ,V ' - ML Z' if., n. I. Sf? Wea? .uv it 3 1- .,.-.W rg nv. I I " Q 'Y A-wax f 5 A, x z, ,bt 'Q --5 ...bww Q? - 1 3 1 A 106 All Is Not Stud 4 n Running throughout the winter months kept trackmen, John Podhradsky and Toby Kolman, Weary students trudge home after a long school day. conditioned. 'Qwiiv 93,1 ' -1 ' 'M,.J,s'Z'g, , 'E QQ 12 For Student Ax - QL" ' -xx,-ggmg 4123: - f -Q-. M- . 1, :rye ',ff- fir - .5 5111 - -fr we f 'X I pf-gums Q ,, - x M - ,zz Varsity cagers take time to relax during a squad workout. M1 'loungeu guxdes altlstxc boys leadels m the 1edeco 13f,l0I'l of the xx elght loom Horseplay was part of the Lette1'men's initiation. Students scatter at the end of a school day. Mr. Calabria and Mr. Ramlow think about the oncoming football season. The Whip provided late Archive workers with their evening meal. Valley Forge's school seal was designed by senior art student Ted Chanter. ' -ip, 1 f- 'x X , . ' x., Two less adept skiers take a tumble on icy slopes. 109 M M .1 R ff 1, z g f fb T K ,M gm SEXQQ wwmx Cleveland Browns' Star, Bill Glass, delivers an inspiring speech to Hi-Y groups. Are Student Life An enthusiastic F01 ge cioxxd cheeis on the Patriots' basketball team at the Shaker Heights game. Junior, Diane Gaisor, models her award winning wool ensemble. And Having Perhaps The Better Claim. "Then Took The Other, As Just As Fair, Although the paths of Valley Forge sports vary, all offer equal excitement and challenge to the participating athletes. Nine competitive activities plus a program of intramurals comprise the Valley Forge sports line-up. Five of these sports - football, tennis, basketball, baseball and bowling -- base their action on the skill of the entire team. Whether the objective be a touchdown, a basket, or a home run, cooperation and hard work are necessary for victory. The four remaining sports -- golf, cross country, wrestling and track - depend mainly upon individual talent. Determination and perserverance are the keys to success. Whichever sport is chosen, however, teamwork is essentialg it is only through united effort that the championship results characteristic of Valley Forge are achieved. PORTS 5 1 , 2 Q- sf' it With only four returning starters from the 1964 championship team, the '65 season proved to be a year of development for the football Patriots. The season began in a rather disappointing manner with the highly rated Patriots winning only one out of five games. However, after upsetting the Parma Redmen, the team's determination surged and they rampaged through the most demanding part of the season undefeated. The Patriots startled their arch-rivals, Parma, and the L.E.L. by white-washing the Redmen, 12-O. Mike Textoris and Bill McCleave scored touchdowns for the decisive victory. The following game, Dad's Night, the Forge defense completely smothered the Brush offensive effort for the Patriots second L.E.L. shutout. During the contest, the defensive team earned a two-point safety. Scoring eight points, the offensive attack was furnished by Joe Drago and Mike Textoris. Traveling to Shaw, the Patriots captured another L.E.L. victory by caging the Cardi- nals, 16-12. The action elicited superb defen- sive performances. Phil O'Toole and Bill McCleave scored for the Patriots. Mike Textoris shattered three school records and provided field position for the winning touchdown. Tension culminated as the Patriots pre- pared to contend Cleveland Hts. for the L.E.L. championship. Although both teams had several opportunities to score, the con- test ended in a 6-6 decision. The Patriot defense, holding Heights on down at the ten and the three yard lines, appeared to become a stone wall whenever the Tigers rammed the ball within ten yards of the goal line. The Tigers roared to a score the first time 114 they had the ball. Undaunted the Patriots by traveling '72 yards in 10 plays retaliated immediately. Bill McCleave passed to Phil O'Toole for a seven-yard touchdown. The disappointing tie permitted Cleveland Heights to reign in the L.E.L. Concluding the 1965 football season, the Patriots plodded to a scoreless deadlock with the Euclid Panthers on a rain-soaked field. Neither offense was able to operate effici- ently because of the weather conditions. The Patriot defense overran Euclid to earn its fourth shutout of the season. Behind driving interference, Joe Drago steps lively to escape the lunge of a Palma tackler. VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD - Man- agers, seated left to right: B. Ambrose, J. Washko, D. Parrish, E. Moore, T Mikulas, G. George, J. Ross. First Row. Coach J. Carlo, G. Vickers, R. Strejcek, L. Voglein, P. O'Toole, G. Barber, J. Drago B. Yurcheshen, M. Rust, M. Dagnan, Mi Textoris, J. Sgro, T. Stefanik, R. Priest L. Barylski, Coach B. Ramlow. Second Row Coach J. Younger, Coach J. F1-itzsche, D. Jakubs, T. Dagnan, B. Muse, J. Basehore, P. Heidenreich, G. Cosieru, C. Kowar, B Weatherholt, L. Torok, J. Latimer, R. Martin, J. Poggendorf, A. Redick, C. Kuhn, J. McCleave, Coach R. Calabria. Third Row J. McNoldy, D. Lovelady, R. Stranic, D Schuetz, J. Graham, D. Greider, W. Cala- way, D. Jerome, G. Meyer, G. Smeal, J Melda, E. Csire, B. Auvil, F. Palascak, J Durdil. Fourth Row: T. Gartman, J. Lynch, R. Pesek, F. Goodwin, D. Rudyk, D. Mokaren, J. Mitterholzer, G. Perram, G. Malek, A. Heppner, R. Cooper, G. Kader, T. Fahrland. Football Patriots Rebound To Undefeated Second Half Q . . ' 5 ' - - X x .. ' S. G V . I 1' 7 Q., O 5 . Y A I ,L VARSITY FOOTBALL COACHES M1 Calabua, Mr. Carlo, Mr. Fritzsche, Mr. Xounger and M1 Ramlow. 115 waf- 31 x Joe Drago continues to forge ahead after gaining valuable yardage. Blocking and tackling fundamentals are emphasized daily by line coach, Mr. Younger. Victory is the reward for grueling practices Junior varsity end outraces Brush defensemen to grab a Kenscon pass. Dave Textoris ruggedly shatters a would-be tackler's attempt and rambles for yardage. Coming up fast to block is Joe Jarvis. Patriot defenseman slows Brush runner after a short gain while No. 60, Dennis Coupe, joins the pursuit. 118 Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD 8 Garfield Heights 28 0 Cathedral Latin 24 6 Midpark 0 8 Shaker Heights 20 6 Lakewood 9 12 Parma 0 10 Brush 0 16 Shaw 12 6 Cleveland Heights 6 0 Euclid 0 Valley Forge J.V. FOOTBALL RECORD Valley Forge 6 Garfield Heights 0 Valley Forge 14 Berea 6 Valley Forge 36 Chanel 6 Valley Forge 12 Shaker Heights 6 Valley Forge 0 Lakewood 16 Valley Forge 6 Parma 0 Valley Forge 20 Brush 0 Valley Forge 6 Shaw 16 Valley Forge 14 Cleveland Heights 6 Valley Forge 14 Euclid 8 After outracing all defensemen, Don Milinkovich, makes a futile attempt for an overthrown pass. J .V.'s Extend Winning Tradition Under the experienced guidance of Mr. Preising, Mr. Cangelosi, and Mr. Courey, the Valley Forge junior varsity football squad continued its four-year victory campaign with a season record of eight victories and two defeats. The compiled junior varsity record over the four seasons is 39-7-1. However, achieving a successful record is not the main goal of junior varsity football. The most signifi- cant aim is to provide valuable experience for the sophomores. Preparation for grueling varsity competi- tion demands perseverance, knowledge of football technique, precision, and determination. The victori- ous season displayed that the sophomores will carry their talents to the varsity next year. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL - Bottom Row: T. Mazzo, L. Fox, P. Noll, B. Djordjevic, D. Calaway, B. Basehore, M. Miller, R. Jicha, D. Kandra, P. Cawthon, R. Wypasek, T. Ekstrand, P. Stevens. Second Row: Mr. Preising, Mr. Parrish, M. Stratis, J. Jarvis, K. Nemeth, M. Stolz, S. Annibale, S Runkle, D. Milinkovich, G. Lime, P. Rindfleish, S. Gunnison J Mr. Courey, Mr. Cangelosi, Mr. Schindler. Third Row: T. Cahal, S. Ciaston, R. Starek, T. Covill, D. Textoris, K. Johnson, G. Zanders, R. Brent, D. Wohl, K. Lear, D. Oshiro, R. Kencson, D. Grassi. Fourth Row: R. Graff, R. Watson, A. Grey, R. Sui-an, J. Issac, R. Simon, M. Stancik, D. Schweitzer, G. Kliever, D. Coupe, F. Bartholomew, T. Krivos, M. Hrenya. 119 Harriers Excel In Relays Superior relay performances characterized the 1965 Cross Country team. Patriot harriers would have taken first place in the Cleveland Heights Invi- tational, if an unfortunate mishap had not occured. Although Mike Groenke, George Baronak, and Jon Fisher won the first three positions for a Valley Forge sweep, Mike Groenke was disqualified from the race because he skipped a marker. The junior varsity placed fourth at Cleveland Heights and second in the St. Joseph relays. In the regular meets the harriers did not fair so Well. George Baronak and Mike Groenke attempted to pull the team along with outstanding perform- ances, however, the only Patriot victories were against Shaw and Cleveland Heights. In the words of Coach Mindek, the team just did not have the depth necessary for a winning season. Sophomores Fred Hague lengthens his stride while passing a tiring Parma opponent. CROSS COUNTRY - Bottom Row: G. George, G. Baronak, Belskis, Coach Mr. Mindek. Third Row: J. Baronak, A. Graham, T. Rea, J. Relchelt, J. Subin, F. Hague. Second Row: B. Burney, J. Reho, W. Blabolil, G. Lange, J. Fisher, J. Fuller, G. M. Groenke, M. Biscotti, B. Gural, G. Zanko, E. Flegel, J. Telmanik. 120 Bryan Burney leads a hardy pack of Patriots into the final stretch of the Parma meet. Striding into the shute, Fred Hague finishes the grueling race. Patriot runners, Jon Fisher and Joe Subin, exert extra energy to lengthen their lead over a Parma harrier. Exhausted, Jim Baronak groggily jaunts to the conclusion of the race. 121 During the pre-game warmup, Jim Wolf shows his stuffing technique. 122 Cagers Bounce To L.E.L. Although only in its fifth year, the Patriot basketball team reigned with Shaker Heights as co-champion in the L.E.L. A loss to Shaker in the first contest of the season did not discourage the cagers, but rather served as an incentive for victory. Following the Shaker defeat, the Patriots entered an eight-game winning streak, in which sophomore Rich Yurcheshen joined his brother, Will, to form an unbeatable combination. Directed by Mr. Broski, and Mr. Courey, the team triumphed over Shaw, Cleveland Heights and Parma. Another dismaying defeat to Shaker Heights narrowed the Patriot's title chances, however, the team secured the co- championship when Shaker lost to Shaw. Inspired by L.E.L. all-stars, Jim Wolf and Roger Speck, the Patriots added sectional vic- tories over Padua and Benedictine to their 16-2 rec- ord, but were vanquished by those Devils from Brunswick. As Steve Ziats hustles to his position, Roger Speck sets up an offensive play. Championship Intently poisedg Steve Ziats aims for two points. Al Kapustar arches a jump shot over the out-stretched hands of a Shaker Heights defender. After a fast break, scrambling Roger Speck drives for a lay-up. Captain Will Yurcheshen is tied up by opponents while attempting to retain ball control. 123 VARSITY BASKETBALL Valley Forge 66 Shaker Heights 80 Valley Forge 67 Cleveland Heights 65 Valley Forge 91 Garfield Heights 54 Valley Forge 68 Shaw 67 Valley Forge 61 Euclid 52 Valley Forge 81 Brush 70 Valley Forge 64 Mans. St. Peter's 58 Valley Forge 82 Parma 65 Valley Forge 58 Lakewood 52 Valley Forge 54 Shaker Heights 57 Valley Forge 69 Midpark 55 Valley Forge 91 Cleveland Heights 60 Valley Forge 53 Shaw 47 Valley Forge 65 Garfield Heights 57 Valley Forge 76 Euclid 54 Valley Forge 61 Brush 58 Valley Forge 56 Parma 45 Valley Forge 62 Lakewood 55 Junior Varsity Patriots prepare to pounce on mid-quarter toss-up. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - Bottom Row: L. Voglein, A. Kapustar, D. Jakubs, J. Reiter, D. Rudyk, R. Speck. Second Row: R. Yurcheshen, S. Miller, S. Ziats, J. Wolf, B. Peters, W. Yurcheshen, J. Shibley, T. Farhland. 124 J.V.'S Net Third L.E.L. Crown JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-Bottom Row: G. Petrash, J. Issac, R. Fiore, R. Kencson, D. Caravona, D. Hannebrink, T. Covill. Second Row: G. Cleaver, D. Mentall, M. Stancik, G. Deli, 0. Cromwell, R. Clutterbuck, Mr. Riha. Opposing stiff L.E.L. competition the Junior Varsity basketball team seized its third L.E.L. cham- pionship with an 11-3 record. The team showed vital- ity especially in the come-from-behind victories over JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge Valley Forge SCORES 66 Shaker Heights 56 Cleveland Heights 47 Garfield Heights 49 Shaw 56 Euclid 61 Brush 41 Mansfield St. Peter 53 Parma 83 Lakewood 59 Shaker Heights 50 Cleveland Heights 61 Midpark 62 Shaw 52 Euclid 68 Brush 34 Parma 77 Lakewood Lakewood and Euclid. High scorer, Ron Fiore and leading rebounder, Marty Stancik, who paced the J.V.'s, encourage prospects for the varsity squad next year. After slipping through the Parma defense, Gordon Petrash launches a jump shot. Approaching the alley, Jerry Docktor aims for the pocket. BOWLING TEAM - Bottom Row: K. Mixter, A. Zernitz, K. Lee, B Motlm Lieberman, D. Starre. Second Row: T. Hanna, T. May, M. Leppa, D. Ix ancic F. Goodwin, J. Docktor. Under the coaching supervision of Mr. Kaiser, the Valley Forge bowling team possessed first place in the handicap division of the Greater Cleveland Interscholastic Bowling League and eyed the league championship with three-fourths of the season completed. Ken Mixter led the Patriots with a 185 average which was third-high in the league. Captain Jerry Docktor, with a 268, rolled the highest game in the league. The bowlers competed with twenty-four schools at Linz Superior Lanes. Keglers Triumph 0n The Lanes Mr. Kaiser examines team scores before the tenth frame. After releasing the ball, Tom Hanna remains conscious of proper bowling follow-through. 126 Grapplers Continue To Lead L.E.L. In the referee's position, Lee Barylski anxiously awaits the whistle. Winter 1966 marked another winning season for the Valley Forge wrestling team. Coached by Mr. Rudo and Mr. Ruper, the matmen captured their-third straight L.E.L. championship with a 6-0-1 record. The team displayed remarkable depth with ten of eleven varsity grapplers experiencing victorious campaigns. Outstanding leadership came from seniors Dwain Kibler Q10-0-13, Joe Drago C11-11, Pat Sturtevant C10-1-D, and Ron Cooper C12-03. Contributing to the team effort were juniors, Lee Barylski Q9-SJ, Mike Sawicki Q8-25, and Woody Barry Q9-2-lj and sophomores, Bob Lade C7-31, Tim Cahal C2-lj, and Dennis Coupe Q7-1-11. Kibler, Drago and Sturtevant won titles at the Brecksville Holiday Tournament, Sawicki, Barry, Drago, Sturtevant and Cooper grabbed sectional championships. The high points of the season were Patriot vic- tories in the Brecksville Tournament, in the Sec- tional Tournament, and in the Euclid match, where Valley Forge swamped its L.E.L. rival, 25-11. Mr. Rudo proudly stated, "Valley Forge has gained a reputation as one of the wrestling powers in this area.". The Junior Varsity wrestling team, coached by Mr. Wright, tied for the league title. After breaking down rival wrestler, Bryan Burney applies pressure. I JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING-Bottom Row: D. Oshiro, guson, D. Jicha, D. Breno, M. Palange, G. Frans. Third Row: K Hehmeyer, J. Hague, F. Hague, D. Kuk, J. Rose, J. R. Simon, T. Gartman, M. McNamara, D. Reiman, D. Coupe, McCleave, J. Grove. Second Row: T. Cahal, B. Drago, D. Fer- T. Krivos, L. Kozimor, J. Latimer. 127 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM - Bottom Row: P. Sturtevant, J. Drago, J. Latimer, W. Barry, M B. Burney, G. Yano, L. Barylski, M. Novotny, L. Lade, Sawicki. D. Kibler. Second Row: R. Cooper, J. Poggeudorf, . .r .... .wfszx ' " -- 4 K.,-f-:"" ,. .. ' 5.5 ' Q' Q M-1a.4a2--gy... N Maw .-gf , . ! V W - y S ,," Y W: .- Joe Drago is awarded two points after a reversal at the edge of the mat. Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Valley Dwain Kibler overtakes his oppo- nent at the Brecksville Tournament. VARSITY WRESTLING Valley Forge 15 Valley Forge 29 Valley Forge 42 V. F-First Place Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Forge Pat Sturtevant strives for a take down. Eastlake North St. Edward Upper Arlington Brecksville 'Tourn Midpark Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Shaw Toledo Whitmer Euclid Brush Lakewood Parma MANS Ron Cooper flattens a Garfield grappler. Pole vaulter, Jay Pudlock, releases his pole as he soars over the bar. Track Team Desiring a victorious season, the track team begins practice in February to create a versatile squad. Stressing individual achievement and team spirit, coaches, Mr. Ramlow, Mr. Parrish, and Mr. Carlo constantly assist the boys in developing abili- ties in particular events. Finishing fourth last year, the cindermen anticipate an improved record in 1966. Greg Barber exerts complete determination at the height of his jump. "'97" WQ, 4 qw V - . h j . S V. .I , fs, v wi- , 1 L, gsutm U igzafiggg fs-:mfg Q29 r2.3-ggwggg, 0,215 Kel SQ! A Kg! H EW? P545 is Q? 'TEX Q-fwvfn ik 13' .ww A ff wf r'5 'QQ 5 NE X if xw a Aims To Improve 1965 Record Roy Hasbrook stretches for the ball to make a double play. John Fricker works to develop a powerful swing. 1965 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM - Bottom Row: Mr. Weiss. Second Row: S. Miller, D. Kencson, R. Hasbrook Broski, G. Fenda, J. Thompson, D. Jakubs, J. Spangler, B. B. McCleave, G. Smeal, J. Fricker, A. Kapustar, J. Petito Guska, G. Scheutzow, M. Slivka, R. Adams, B. Arnold, R. G. George, Mr. Rudo. ' 133 ' . .f 1 pg, v v g:Q1 l' V 1 Al Veverka displays skill and co-ordination on the tennis court. P Mike Daniels strokes a lofty forehand shot. N etters Bow To Powerful L.E.L. Agility, endurance, and high spirits were the main assets of the Fall, 1965 tennis team. Although losing a majority of their matches to the exceptionally fine L.E.L. teams, the Patriots demonstrated the basic skills required in this fast moving sport. Captain Al Veverka led the returning lettermen and underclassmen in their matches. Coach James Riha looks for a much improved team in the Spring. ,,g - -af' Top Row: Mark Mosshart, Jon Jicha, Mike Daniels, Al Veverka, Coach, Mr. James Riha. Bottom Row: Bruce Latter, Jim Albert, Greg Joyce, Sam Barile. 34 , ,, ,mf MMA Mark Mosshart firmly executes a backhand return. Go1fersDrive To League Success l i A . 15 N Q x we x Bol Holzworth practices his golfing form. Searching for its third L.E.L. title, the 1966 Valley Forge golf team began com- petition on March 15. The championship team was skillfully coached by Mr. Fritzsche and led by experienced golfers, Jerry Docktor, Don Starre and Fran Good- win. In addition to match play at Ridge- wood Golf Course, the linksmen hosted the L.E.L. Individual Tournament in June. VARSITY GOLF TEAM-Bottom Row: F. Goodwin, D. Starre, B. Speeis K. Meyers. Second Row: B. Holsworth, D. Morris, J. Docktor, K. Wesslei D. Sikorski. N M , , he ..-, . N 'QL N ., 3 ml Continually improving his drives, Don Starre takes another swing Intramural competition at Valley Forge gives every boy the opportunity to actively participate in his favorite sports. Under the direction of Mr. Preis- ing, boys of each class and of varying abilities com- pete for recognition and trophies in a variety of activities. The intramural program includes: foot- ball, basketball, volleyball, skiing, track, and bowling. The competition is keen but the fun of participation is unlimited. The participant receives the satisfaction of winning a contest and the equally important experience of losing. The program stresses good sportsmanshipg therefore, the student develops mentally as well as physically. Intramurals provide the chance for the student to demonstrate his skills, proving that physical exertion can be fun as well as beneficial. On a button-hook, Bob Peters prepares to snatch the ball Dan Lanzdorf rushes to make the defensive play. Intramurals Offer Competition Greg Kapela jumps for two points. Seemingly enclosed by boundries and opponents, Larry Smeyak searches for a teammate. BOYS' LEADERS - Bottom Row: D. Marsoun, T. Stefanik, M. Jones, R. Strahinic, D. Nikolai, T. Taylor. Third Row: S. Painting, L. Barylski, A. Michaud, R. Priest, R. Harper. G. Pall, J. Tatimer, D. Barry, D. Grieder, D. Rudyk, R. Cooper Second Row: A. Redick, T. Necker, B. Jurca, P. Riccardi, R. Pesek, B. Weatherholt, C. Kowar, L. Torok. Leaders Direct, Aid Gym Classes Gym students follow leaders in pre-activity exercises. A leader demonstrates a proper head-stand. 137 U0 UU N. X . Ska- .1 X lf f MSN., , mfisfisi Forge To Athletic Victories l in Bob Jurca is a blur of action as he strains for extra Patriot high-scorer, Jim Wolf, lofts a foul shot. ' inches and lands in the pit. Dwain Kibler works for a pin using a cross-body ride. :. GIRLS' LEADERS -- Bottom Row: K. Spanagel, N. Galdun, J. Haug, G. Kulcsar, L. Deacon, J. Zehnder, C. Myers, B. Stockum, P. Franklin, S. Bray. Second Row: C. Vacca, S. Kinsman, S. Horvath, J. Shuster, D. Daransky, D. Haberkost, L. Needham, C. Poole, S. Schwan, L. Ziegler. Third Row: C. Wulf, D. Demko, S. Patla, L. Patchan, K. Hardy, P. McCormick, J. Kott, S. Koster, C. Phillips, B. Fox, S. Busch. Fourth Row: J. Caron, J. Childs, S. Arndt, C. Roksandic, D. Koehn, B. Vinicky, K. Hall, N. Henning, B. Kurtz, M. Brozak. Girls' Leaders Supervise Officiating at intramural activities and leading gym classes are the main duties of the Girls' Leaders. The requirements that are necessary for admittance into the club are: average scholastic achievement, and the successful completion of a written and a skill test. Besides aiding faculty and students, the girls annually sponsor the Twirp Dance, hold a weekend camping trip, and operate a booth at the All School Party. Sue Kinsman helps in spotting a leader. 140 is 1' , ,,fg.. A . ' -' if H Dunng a mid semestei break, gym classes combine for a unit of square dancing. Joan Zehnder assists a gym student in a chest balance. Intramurals gags, 3. 1. 1 I wrw E 2 NEWER n l f llf"ll.- - li lk i f Q 2 . . . 1 V, L- .M N S .,.,.. Q i , Y . 1 gf 5 xg - 0. , I f ,.-,i i i v N K' S """4' K ' X I 5 '.'W- N 9 v Q Y ,K , Q J H" gage.-a 5 ,-4 -L , B ,s g-aeifxsfiemygnwgygfg V. GIRLS' LEADERS OFFICERS - Seated: L. Deacon, presidentg J. Haug, treasurer. Standing: J. Zehnder, t1'68.SU1'61'Q N. Galdun, publicity chairmang G. Kulcsar, vice-pi-esidentg and C. Myers, secretary. 141 . sh.-.Y Mrs. Wadd demonstrates proper technique in holding the hockey stick. t Officials, Sportheads Officiate OFFICIALS - Bottom Row: C. Carretta, student director. Second Row: M. Leonard, D. Gasior, M. Karales, L. Stevens, R. Payne. 142 Providing a greater enthusiasm for team and individual sports, Girls Intramurals supplemented the regular physical education program at Valley Forge. Directing and scheduling theiintramural pro- gram was the job of the Sportheads, who were helped by the Officials club. To become a Sporthead a girl must have an active interest in sports and a willingness to devote time to the intramural pro- gram. Sportheads' responsibilities included schedul- ing teams and tournaments, keeping all attendance records, and setting up the equipment for each sport. Mrs. Sue Beck, aided by Miss Barbara King, coordi- nated the intramural program and advised the Offi- cials and the Sportheads. :if K! ,le . V, In . 1 , . 'Q ' M w , 6. . V 5 .2 157 ,. . . . ,I . , ' i X V 1 v A 2 Ti rv ' ni -E .1 1 A ' G, CHEERLEADER ALTERNATES - Standing: S. Horvath, varsity. Kneeling: D. Washko, junior varsity. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - C. Smith, captaing S. Voglein, R. Jordan, L. Frick, S. Paoletta, Intramurals R- Komm- SPORTHEADS - Bottom Row: J. Trytek, L. Stevens, M. Karales, D. Gasior, R. Payne, C. Carretta, student director. Second Row: N. Henning, C. Cameron. 143 Cheerleaders anxiously await the next play. Varsity Pep, spirit, enthusiasm and skill describe Valley Forge cheerleaders. Cheering at athletic events and promoting school and team spirit are their main purposes. Aided by their advisers, Mrs. Wadd and Mrs. Hall, the girls spent many hours strengthening jumps and developing new routines. 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Each class contributes part of its own character to the Patriot image, which personifies the ideal studentg Valley Forge underclassnien are leaders in emulating this image. DER CLASSME ophomores Commence Their High Sophomores Starting its first year at Valley Forge, the Sophomore Class quickly acclimated itself to the tempo of high school life. Inexperienced in the ways of a large high school, the Sophomores were coaxed into buying elevator passes, polishing seniors' shoes, and performing other curious chores. These trials became small payment for the exciting events of the school year. The school spirit contest, the successful J .V. football season, the excellent float for Homecoming, and the Sophomore Dance all have blended into pleasant memories. The experiences of its sophomore year have made the Class of 1968 an integral part of Valley Forge. Preparing for the Valley Forge-Shaw game, sophomore girls encourage school spirit. 148 Sophomore class officers dis- cuss future plans with their advisor, Mrs. Horrigan. Seated are Cleft to rightj Secretary, Sheryl J ansmag Treasurer, Pat Lohmanng Standing are Vice President, Ron Rauthg Presi- dent, Kerry Gubics. School Years HOMEROOM 101 - Bottom Row: Barb Banko, Nancy Bania, Linda Anderson, Kathy Albin, Rondi Barber, Ruth Bacik, Gale Barba- nera, Wendy Adrian. Second Row: Gayle Arnone, Sue Arthur, Denny Baird, Mike Alick, Susan Archacki, Lynda Antall, Clarke Arndt, Joe Barile, Linda Baker, Debbie Balint. Third Row: Linda Baisch, Carolyn Abraham, Sue Ammiller, Tom Andolina, Sam Annibale, Les Balass, Ron Adams, Bill Andrews, Frank Balass, Christine Arendt, Diana Ban. HOMEROOM 103 - Bottom Row: Shari Brew, Nina Bonezzi, Peter Bingley, Arline Brown, Roberta Brown, Diane Bray, Bruce Brake- man, Annette Black. Second Row: Pat Bonfield, Elaine Bodnar, Bobbie Boltz, Pattie Bluett, Jerry Brinker, Mike Bracic, Helen Borowec, Bryon Bombay, Roberta Brenner, Karen Brigner. Third Row: Dennis Boiani, Sue Blocker, Richard Birk, Matt Biscotti, Robert Boltz, Jim Brickner, Ken Brand, Dale Breno, Rick Brent, Robert Borcenk, Chuck Bisesi. HOMEROOM 102 - Bottom Row: Sandra Beck, Carol Bertonaschi, Anita Becker, Stan Bielawski, Margie Bene, Nancy Bergsieker, Jim Bielecki, Lorraine Bedillion. Second Row: Ray Becker, Terry Bemer, Cindy Biehl, Cal Berardi, Steve Bauer, John Bedevelsky, Penny Billo, Carol Bedocs, Karen Basen, Bruce Beifus, Sue Bates. Third Row: Frank Beseda, Helen Bash, Bruce Basehore, Don Barnard, Mike Battaglia, Greg Belz, Tim Barrett, Frank Bartholo- mew, Dale Baughman, Everett Barnwell, John Belskis, Randy Beamish. I-IOMEROOM 104 - Bottom Row: Jane Buchholz, Jerry Bruno, Jean Cameron, Denise Carroll, Mike Burk, Jan Carlson, Jerry Burianek, Bruce Bryant. Second Row: Linda Carr, Mike Bublavy, Bill Cardwell, Andy Bryda, Linda Bucar, Liz Caffrey, Barbara Burns, Debbie Budak, Chuck Bruder, Dave Cala- way. Third Row: Gary Buker, Donna Carman, Frank Butts, Dale Caravona, Jim Caron, Dave Calfee, Dick Burnell, Ben Caroccio, Georgi- ana Buk, Linda Bruski, Tim Cahal. ECE QEQQEMV Sophomores raid the ice cream machine after school. Underclassman Jim Baronak's locker goes "mod SophomoreslAdapt To Their Home Away From Home 150 HOMEROOM 105 - Bottom Row: Linda Constantin, Martha Cool, Linda Chippy, Alan Chasar, Karen Cooper, Sue Contofalsky, Cathy Cooper, Dolores Chmielewski. Second Row: Scott Ciaston, Chuck Catanese, Jerry Colvin, Bob Churchwell, Jim Childs, Ron Cole, Bob Cerny, Joe Cicero, Renee Cerny. Third Row: Pat Cawthon, Sal Cilluffo, Ty Covill, Carol Costanzo, Dennis Coupe, Bob Clutterbuck, Paul Chrewan, Dale Cary, MaryAnn Chubokas, Jim Casciano. ' HOMEROOM 106 - Bottom Row: Linda Dedrick, Holly Csaszar, Danie Delia, Sue Dagata, Bob Cowan, Tom Cullen, Jane Craig, Judy Craig. Second Row: Sharon DeHaven, Eva Czech, Don De- Lancey, Lesley DeSouza, Lorraine Dehlinger, Lynn Darmstadt, Deb- bie DeFrasia, Angelo Decaro, Jan Cubar, Larry Danelishen. Third Row: Chuck Davis, Roxann De- Vault, Bill Deal, Darrah Cramer, Dean Cromwell, George Deli, Doug DeMarco, Walter Dan, Dave Dales- sandro, Richard Dee. HOMEROOM 107 - Bottom Row: Diane Donges, Linda Di Angelo, Paul Emery, Tim Ekstrand, Sally Dudukovich, Lynne Dustin, Janice Dyck, Linda Demeter. Second Row: Judy Dewille, Janet Dombrady, Donna Englehart, Debbie Dolloff, Al Diable, Linda Durr, Joann Di- scenza, Evelyn Demko, Ella Deu- Cher. Third Row: Jim D0ll1b1'OXX'Ski, Branko Djordjevic, Chris DuBiel, Bill Drago, Larry Eck, Norm Ehlert, Ruth Esson, John Dennison, Nelson Erbs, Tom Dingow, Mary Dunger. Sophomores eagerly contribute to the canned goods dine HOMEROOM 109 - Bottom Row: Frances Evanovich, Sue Ferencz, Gayle Fejes, Chris Fix, Andrea Faldowski, Jane Fischer, Dennis Fisher, Donna Felice. Second Row: Ron Francesangelo, Rick Ford, Bobbi Fix, Madeline Euse, Mary Fackler, Gayle Feddy, Chris Ewalt, Joan Ference. Third Row: Pete Ferencz, Jim Fentress, Tom Fe- renczy, Ron Fiore, Steve Euse, Al Fava, Tom Ewalt, Dick Ferguson Q..--F - Y - Class Cf 1968 Is Welcomed B HOMEROOM 110 - Bottom Row: Janis Good, Paula Gall, Kathy Gallagher, Diane Ganss, Larraine Frick, Barb Franks, Lois Gorsica, Mary Ellen Gaughan. Second Row: George Gonda, Marilyn Goebelt, Chris Gelmas, Pauline Gaudino, Maureen Gallagher, Dan Gibson, Mary Alice Franklin, Connie Gerencser, Cheryl Garber, Les Fox, John Galinas. Third Row: Janet Fritz, Pam Freeman, Linda Frap- pier, Donald Gall, Gene Frans, Duane Godman, Frank Galuan, Ken Frantisak, Mark Giampietro, Lyn Fritzsche, Joyce Fusile, Tom Gahan. HOMEROOM 111 - Bottom Row: Cathi Gradine, Kerry Gubics, Janice Hakaim, Bob Gregory, Kathy Hamlin, Gayle Greschuk, Fred Hague, Jack Hague. Second Row: Bonnie Graber, Larry Habur- chak, Karen Gough, Carol Curko, Kathy Gudin, Bill Gruhn, Ken Gurovich, Shirley Greslick, Liede Haitsma. Third Row: Charles Graham, Joe Grzelak, Tom Gra- ham, Dave Halle, Sheldon Gunni- son, Jeanette Granke, Stan Grabiec, A1 Grey, Rick Graff, Don Grassi, Ralph Griesbach. Us Juniors And Seniors NEW Tom Gartman directs a sophomore to the office. HOMEROOM 112 - Bottom Row: Elizabeth Happel, Martha Hogue, Bonnie Hicks, Connie Halden, Bob Hanna, Debbie Hine, Patrice Han- son, Geraldine Hennings. Second Row: Kathy Haviland, Rick Harri- son, Robert Hohniann, Rita Healey, Gwen Hoder, Judy Hoffman, Ed Hirko, Pat Herrity, Bob Hollowell. Third Row: Penny Heppner, Tom Hanna, Tom Hiller, Karl Heh- ineyer, Jo Ann Herendic, Jim Hayes, Dave Hollo, Dave Hanne- brink, Ken Harris, Rich Herrera, Bob Hilfer. HOMEROOM 113 - Bottom Row: Pat Horvath, Laurie I-Irabak, Pat Hunt, Terry Hughes, Al Hustick, Bob Ivancic, Kathy Jackson, Kathy Horvath. Second Row: Bob Huge, Cynthia Immormino, Kathy Jan- kura, Lew Jake, Dale Jakobowski, Dennis Jakubs, Chris Hupcej, Bar- ron Hornsby, Bev Jarniusik, Diane Hubbard, Caro Hunter. Third Row: Floyd Householder, Sheryl Jansma, Lee Janotta, Rich Hutchings, Jim Isaac, Lloyd Horvath, Mark Hrenya, Dan Horton, Jim Howard, Bob Hupcej, Chuck Illuzzi, Joe Jarvis. UO' Underclass congregate in hall for locker cleanup. 153 HOMEROOM 115 - Bottom Row: Terri Kirk, Nancy Komar, Carolyn Kercsmar, Dianne Kolesar, Rae Koppitch, Nanci King, Jane Keller, Lenore Koch. Second Row: John Kessler, Joe Kathrien, Karen Klatt, Jim Kiraly, Tom Koerper, Barb Kemer, Walter Kleinpeter, Dale Kocik, Louise Kenney, Nadine Kouba, Marie Klun. Third Row: Dennis Knabel, Margaret Kish, Burt Kittinger, Ron Kencson, Frank Kikta, Fred Koch, Gary Kliever, Tom Kolthoff, Rich Klus- mann, Gary Kobs, Tom Kent. HOMEROOM 114 -- Bottom Row: Margaret Jex, Kathy Jira, Sandra Jenkins, Rita Jordan, Dolores Kafun, Alan Karlosky, Debbie Kare, Kathy Jennings. Second Row: Pat Kasik, Marlene Jones, Dale Kandra, Barb Kasper, Laura Karbon, Kathy Karnowski, Mike Kaminoski, Ron Jensen, Nancy Johnson, Barb Kaczdrowski, Bob Kadane, Sue Kamms. Third Row: Keith Johnson, Rich Jicha, Sandy Kapusta, Kathleen Jaworski, Jon Jicha, Dale Kamps, Rick Kachmar, Anton Kapela, Rick Kalina, Don Javorsky, Robert Kalbaugh. Ominous Halls Daze Sophomores HOMEROOM 116 - Bottom Row: Maureen Lajeski, Sophie Koualen- ko, Rosemary Lasky, Don Kuk, Bill Kuhn, Roberta Kuhns, Suzanne Kriska, Donna Kuhn. Second Row: Janice Kurtz, Bob Lade, Roy Kumeron, Ron Lapossy, John Kovach, Joan Larosa, Ed Kudlaty, Stan Lach, Cheryl Kron. Third Row: Wayne Kuehner, Jim Koziol, Rick Lalli, Gary Kubene, Dave Krause, Tom Krivos, Dale Kruse, John Krafcik, John Kuhn, Paul Lascola. HOMEROOM 117 - Bottom Row: Linda Lynn, Pat Leggett, Anna Lavdadio, Marsha Lawther, Jan Lloyd, Karen LeComte. Second Row: Stephanie Loebs, Pat Loh- mann, Patrick Luich, Deb Lichvar, Jim Loadman, Gregg Lenart. Third Row: Gary Lime, Ken Liptay, Diane Luta, Ron Laurenzi, Chuck Logan, Tim Lukacsko, Tom Lind- quist, Mary Livingston. HOMEROOM 118 - Bottom Row: Bill Martin, Gale Manson, Rich Mayne, Dale Martens, Diane Maile, Joan Mandel, Sue Majka, Carol Martin. Second Row: Joyce May- field, Bob Mascol, Rich Mackey, Karen Mayer, Rich Marhefka, Rick Mazanec, Hank Marzenski, Donna Martin. Third Row: Kathy Marti- nez, Ron Makovich, Warren McClel- land, Mike McCann, Arnie Mazkal- nins, Doug Mayfield, Dave Mayer, Steve Mabry, Lynne Mackulin. .Yr .1 A A HOMEROOM 119 - Bottom Row: Karen McDonald, Sharon McDon- ald, Susan Michnay, Linda Mirka, Jim Meeth, Chris McKee, Joanne Metro, Mary Ann Mileti. Second Row: Steve Mlecik, Bev Meyo, Kathi McGreehan, Mark Miller, Nell Miluch, Jodie Mizisin, Velva Milinkovich, Karen Meinke, Rick McPhail. Third Row: Don Milinko- vich, Dale McCorkle, Roy Mlakar, Gregg Miller, Bob Mehling, Dennis Mentall, Randy Minch, Jerry McGill, Dane McKitrick. 'X Becoming accustomed to the crowded halls of Valley Forge is a HOMEROOM 120 - Bottom Row: Kathy Molnar, Nancy Morris, Paula Nespeca, Linda Monachino, Gayle Mooradian, Kaye Nagel, Mike Moynihan, Barb Neiger. Second Row: Nancy Mosshart, William Morse, Scott Monachino, Janet Neale, Linda Morar, Paul Newell, Fred Morad, Sue Moore, Al Nemerousky. Third Row: Dennis Molina, Bob Modney, Ken Mobily, John Nahornyj, Jerry Moenich, Ernie Nagy, Dennis Mraz, Paul Mnhlstadt, Karl Nemeth, Bruce Motko. sophomore necessity. Underclass majorettes, Judy Nowak, Sally Pippin, Tina Tomsi and Sherry B1own, practice for the big game. HOMEROOM 122 - Bottom Row: Sandy Opalka, Judy Noack, Linda Nichols, Sharon Paoletta, Tom Notarianni, Mary Parker, Marcia Ornsby, Maureen Palascak. Second Row: Phil Papa, Larry Pabst, Jim Nowak, Dave Niksa, Fred Pallotta, Don Oshiro, Jim Niemynski, Bever- ly Newton, Bob Ongert, Susan Parker. Third Row: Pete Patakos, Chris Onda, Frank Paine, Paul Noll, Tom Ekleberry, Frank Panek, Ray Panza, Bill Paloadina, Ron Noga, Rich Paletta, Sheila O'Hara. HOMEROOM 126 - Bottom Row: Linda Pesta, Sally Pippin, Janet Popelmayer, Mary Pircio, Con- stance Picarelli, Dan Piekarczak, Rose Marie Peregrim, Christine Pohlchuck. Second Row: Kathy Pfeil, Pam Perrone, Cindy Patter- son, Pat Piper, Jan Pletz, Sue Pollack, Marlene Pesti, Jan Pelynio, Carol Placko, Cathy Poole. Third Row: Sue Plachy, Joe Per- par, Gary Pearson, John Perry, Ron Platten, Dale Peterkoski, Dale Perram, Phyllis Poczebut, Rich Peters, Chris Petrulis, Jo Lynn Pavlik. Junior Varsity cheerleader, Larraine Frick, demonstrates a jump while Rae Koppitch, Susie Voglein, Donna Wasko, Cheryl Smith, and Rita Jordan watch. Sophomores Continue T HOMEROOM 133 - Bottom Row: Sandy Raczek, Dona Reshetalo, Sue Renken, Mary Ann Punchak, Jan Presley, Gary Prock, Georgianna Reis, Coleen Powers. Second Row: Bill Rak, Diane Regnone, Anne Remar, Randy Pucher, Elizabeth Pucillo, Don Powers, Al Radefeld, Terry Pummell, Linda Rahal, Sheila Reidy. Third Row: Ron Radike, Mary Jane Puflea, Bob Proud, Jim Puflea, Fred Reimer, Ron Rauth, Jim Rathburn, John Prystash, Larry Primozic, Jeff C. Reichwein. HOMEROOM 134 - Bottom Row: Kathy Rion, Bob Resley, Bob Roberts, Diana Robb, Barb Rhen- ish, Martha Romano, Janet Ritsert, Darlene Roark. Second Row: Nancy Rollason, Pete Rindfleisch, John Rowlen, Dennis Richthamer, Craig Reynolds, Tom Romane, Cheryl Ross. Third Row: Jerry Reynard, Ron Rodgers, Horst Roman, Tim Roth, Chuck Roginski, Delila Rogers, Gary Rok, Rich Roper. he Tradition Of Talent The Valley Fozge Patnot Maiching Band pelfoims Sixteen Going On Seventeen fiom -1. Booster's sign spurs Patriots on to victory. AAN I R Sophomores HOMEROOM CNE-Bottom Row: Gary Rudolph, Deb Sathre, Joyce Schiffrik, Dave Schlenkerman, Paula Salajko, Frances Scebbi, Kathy Salisbury, Jane Ruppe. Second Row: Shary Russell, Terry Scovone, Steve Sarges, Ken Sappington, Gordan Schewe, Betty Schmidt, Kari Schneider, Janet Schmid. Third Row: Becky Runyon, Raul Sandstrom, Mary Scales, Ga1'y Rusynyk, Eileen Schumacher, Bonnie Russell, Scott Runkle, Tom Schnur. Patriots dance to latest hits. Lively J.V. cheerleaders bring spirit to a pep assembly. 158 Enthusiasticall Join In School Activities HOMEROOM CEC-Bottom Row: Lori Seredick, Rae Ellen Sievert, Sue Seevers, Dennis Shafer, Frank Sevcik, Sandy Simmerer, Deanna Shumway, Sandy Skerbec. Second Row: Gerald Seli, Sheila Schoeck, Linda Sholtis, Vic Shifflett, Eric Seman, Gary Skotko, Jan Senko, Jan Sharkus. Third Row: Dave Scott, Joan Schulte, Steve Shear- hart, Duane Simmons, Dale Schweitzer, Doug Schreiber, Jerry Sisi, Eric Sipols, Frank Silagy, Torn Simpson. HOMEROOM CSE-Bottom Row: Carol Spodar, Linda Smith, Cheryl Smith, Pam Sobel, Will Stein- brecher, Scott Stauffer, Pat Smith. Second Row: Lynne Soucie, Diane Sommers, Ed Smith, Ken Strhur- ski, Sue Stead, Ken Smith, Tim Snowden, Sharyn Snyder, Una Stasiak. Third Row: Mike Solarz, Ron Solar, Tom Srail, Frank Spon- telli, Dave Sokolowski, Marty Stan- cik, Harry Skufca, Bob Starck, Ken Spanagel. Sophomore Wendy Adrian signs Student Council Presi- dent Gary Smeal's cast. HOMEROOM CNW-Bottom Row: Shari Tornabene, Karen Tuskes, Penny Taylor, Nancy Toghill, Linda Tuma, Renee Trepanier, Bernadette Ujczo, Linda Temari. Second Row: Ron Vacca, Barb Tro- han, Lynn Thornton, Fran Takacs, Bob Thompson, Nancy Szakacs, Debbie Tesch, Barb Thompson, Lynn Truax. Third Row: Michele Toth, Julie Toth, Larry Topor, Chris Tomsa, Joan Tasky, Tom Tomlin, Larry Vagner, Dave Textoris, Pete Tanzi, Gary Taylor, Betty Tokmenko. HOMEROOM CSW-Bottom Row: Kris Wing, Linda Weber, Bonnie Wolf, Bob Wojcik, Dave Winslow, Sharon Webe1'. Second Row: Ellen Welch, Chris Winarski, Marsha Wilkins, Joe Williams, Howard Watts, Alan Wilson, Robin Wiese- mann, Gretchen Williams. Third Row: Jim Weslek, Doug Woikey, Kim Williams, Rich Watson, Harry Werner, Russell Werner, Doug Wohl, Dave Williams, Betsy Williams. HOMEROOM CNC-Bottom Row: George Stockum, Kay Swidersky, Sandy Sviantek, Tricia -Strainic, Marge Szabo, Cindy Stepanek, Bonnie Stybel, Bill Stoll. Second Row: Sheryl Swan, Lisbeth Stubbs, John Stober, Cathy Summers, Joseph Synk, Larry Surak, Sharon Steinberg, Dan Strmiska, Ray Strunak, Donna Stewart. Third Row: Craig Switzer, Mark Stratis, Bob Stineman, Gary Stelma, John Stika, Mark Stiffler, Ron Suran, Paul Stevens, Bill Swiger. HOMEROOM CWC--Bottom Row: Ed Vangorder, Marilyn Vincler, Robert Walte1', Jean Walter, Linda Watson, Sue Voglein, Donna Washko. Second Row: Kathy Vojnar, Velva Varner, Joe Voller, Bonnie Vosler, Roger Walke- meyer, Joanne Vargo, Una Van Chantfort, Lydia Wassilenkow, Celia Walland. Third Row: Clare Varndell, Linda Voll, Ron Vinci, Lenny Warren, Joe Veres, James Wasil, Bob Waltz, Lynn Ward, Mary Ellen Virant. Underclassmen Anticipate l Sophomore Homecoming float gets washed out. is s sg 1 X fig 'I t . Li ,W - f ' 4. 'ff- "fi 1':!'fL.MXimL.1.A-vu" ' Bonfire blazes for a victory against Cleveland Heights. Dave Schuetz takes advantage of Twirp Week as Bonnie Stybel carries his books. Becoming Middlemen HOMEROOM CSC - Bottom Row: Al Young, Marge Zygadlo, Joanne Zema, Kathy Yanko, Kitty Ziemin- ski, Carol Yuhas, Nancy Yanko. Second Row: Rich Wypasek, Karen Zema, Kathy Young, Jean Zdanko, Jan Zubal, Jerry Zepkin, Pat Young. Third Row: Beth Zydor, Chuck Ziegler, Gordon Zanders, Timothy T. Zaremba, Rick Yur- cheshen, Jerry Zander, Mark Zier, Bill Wolfe. 161 Juniors Return To Valley Forge JU IOR Juniors encountered a vast number of memorable adventures this year. The officers, elected in the fall, led the planning of the success- ful year which was enhanced by a variety of interesting and unforgettable experiences. The mystic city of Homecoming, the friendly battle- ground of the School Spirit Contest, and the enchanting dreamland of the Junior Prom were just a few of the highlights this year. Juniors decorate courtyard to V arouse school spirit before a game. ' f 2 Junior class officers meet with advisor Miss Callan. They are: Seated, Sharon Koster, treas- urer: Dave Parrish, vice-presi- dent: Sue Schwan, secretary: standing, Tom Gartman, presi- dentg Miss Callan, advisor. Ready To Work HOMEROOM 108 - Bottom Row: Rayetta Augaitis, Kathy Arndt, Cheryl Basch, Bob Basile, Lee Barylski, Alice Ballasch, Elie Abouserhal, Pam Banko. Second Row: Bob Ambrose, Jim Baronak, Barb Andrysco, Pete Balog, Larry Andrysco, John Andrews, Sharon Ashie, Claudia Balliett, Linda Anderson, Jim Albert, Mary Abarbanell, Barb Arnold. Third Row: Paul Baumann, Tim Becka, Chris Baker, Marty Behner, Bob Alick, Darryl Bednarski, Rich Beck, John Bednarik, Joe Avon, Jay Baloun, Kathy Becksted, Woody Barry. HOMEROOM 131 - Bottom Row: Linda Brooks, Karla Brents, Evelyn Cain, Carol Cameron, Pat Callahan, Jan Bump, Diane Calfee, Cindy Caruso. Second Row: Jo Burdell, Karen Campbell, Tom Calkins, Jeff Burmeister, Pat Burk, Sherry Brown, Mike Cales, Betty Bro- meier, Joan Bukhair, Jane Camerer, Greg Braun, Tom Callaghan, Gail Cameron. Third Row: Bob Bruno, Roger Cappallo, Bryan Burney, Jack Burke, Sylvie Brucker, Bud Carbone, Tom Brown, Les Car- mean, Dave Calfe, Rich Campbell, Rob Brown, Stan Bures, Judy Caron. HOMEROOM 129 - Bottom Row: Cathy Binder, Sandy Bennett, Rich Boyer, Marilyn Bohm, Betsy Bloomquist, Karen Bender, Larry Bisson, JoAnn Blandino. Second Row: Cathy Bier, Janet Black, John Bettes, Jim Bojar, Joe Bow- man, Bill Boehme, Susan Belknap, Janice Borota, Bill Bott. Third Row: Rich Bohna, Judy Bobeck, Gloria Blaha, Dan Behrend, Dale Benson, Gary Bracken, Don Biller, Rich Boulware, Anne Bernardina, Cheryl Adair, Carol Bernacki. HOMEROOM 201 - Bottom Row: Kathy Cydzik, Kathy Carusone, Don Cochran, Jan Chesney, Pam Chiles, Terri Chesnik, Mitch Czech, Rich Chmura. Second Row: Linda Case, Carol Cashel, Kay Chandler, Bill Clutterbuck, Jim Conklin, Doug Clatterbuck, Diane Cerny, Jackie Clink. Third Row: Tim Dagnan, Guy Caruso, Ron Dacre, Bernie Cassidy, Frank Charvat, Frank Dagata, Leonard Chester, Jim Cutietta, George Coseriu. Busy Juniors Must Create Time HOMEROOM 203 - Bottom Row: Diane Dietz, Helga Dietrich, Linda Doering, Steve DiMaria, Chuck Daugherty, Lorie Dingethal, Jo Dinardo, Sam Delia. Second Row: Pat Devlin, Doug DeFranco, Paul Dimitruk, Denise Denega, Shirley Davis, Marta Davis, Marsha- Dea- con, Tom Dompier, George Deepe, Rita Dedo. Third Row: Pat-Deal, Tom Decker, David Davis,p'Mike Dietrich, Dave Dimas, Karl Dietz, Marty Dombrowski, Sue De Boe, Jon Doeringer, Carol Dennison. Members of the Junior Class display one of their contributions to the annual car caravan. HOMEROOM 204 - Bottom Row: Warren Enyart, Judy Eschbach, Pat Doyle, Sue Eppich, Margie Durda, Chris Durda, DeeDee Este- nik, Jackie Elko. Second Row: Vicky Eltrich, Gail Ellis, Jackie Downs, John Eppich, Belinda Dray, Dianne Dort, Jim Eging, Laurie Dubois, Coralee Dorsey. Third Row: Mike Durichko, Ed Dowczek, Clark Dougan, Jim Drickamer, John Drickamer, Gene Epstein, Diana Drake, Jim Ehrbar, John Egan. To Stud ,,es...Qs1u . www ,Q-dv .ee 'L . 1 lr ,Q ..--.' as .Y .,, . Most students take advantage of their study time l Junior, Kathy Thompson, prepares for a long night of studying. HOMEROOM 207 - Bottom Row: Linda Friedrich, Gene George, Ron Golas. Bonnie Frederick, Dennis Gazdick, Dave Goetz. Second Row: Bev Frick, Pat Froman, John Franko, Pete Fuizzotti, Diane Gasior, Jan Garrett, Joe Fry, Jeanne Garland. Third Row: Howie Fretter, Jim Gill, Bob Gantose, Tom Gartman, Claudia Gerzeny, Ken Gate, Dennis Ganss, Bob Frederick, Dave Fry. HOMEROOM 205 - Bottom Row: Jan Florian, Linda Fletcher, Chris Fields, Elizabeth Fair, Sue Fischer, Eileen Franczak, Karen Francis, Kathy Fitzgerald. Second Row: Joe Felice, Frank Filous, Linda Foster, Kathy Ford, Dennis Forchione, Joan Folop, Nancy Flowers, Nick Ferretti, Chris Florio. Third Row: Frank Fazakas, Vince Fala, Jim Fabris, Greg Fischer, Tom Fahr- land, Steve Fialkowski, Rich For- man, Dave Fill, Doug Evancic, Larry Faust. HOMEROOM 209 -- Bottom Row: Shirley Helms, Donny Hill, Char Heil, Judi Hartman, Judy Herbold, Kathi Herrity, Sandy Hebebrand, Sandi Harnak. Second Row: Andrea Haug, Andrea Harchar, Nancy Havens, Scott Hewis, Karen Hardy, Linda Hickmen, Terry Hartlieb, Ray Hill, Dave Heise, Al Heise, Janice Haug. Third Row: Kathy Herendic, Ron High, Jim Hirschauer, Ron Hicks, Glenn Harrigal, Art Heppner, Dennis Hickey, Ted Helder, Burne Hill, Roberta Hasek, Sue Hinkley. HOMEROOM 211 - Bottom Row: Sue Kachelein, Linda Johnson, Lorie Kasmin, Laura Jira, Pamala Johnson, Sandi Jefferson, Renee Jordan. Second Row: Carl Kalk- brnner, Rich Kassouf, Mike Jones, Greg Joyce, Bob Jurca, Bob Kas- souf, Russ Kelch, Marie Karpowicz. Third Row: Glenn Jones, Steve Kasper, Rich Kassouf, Steve Kaye, Henry Jurand, Steve Jones, Dave Jerome, Larry Jennings, Dave Johnson. Juniors Render Service To The HOMEROOM 208 - Bottom Row: Diane Graham, Nancy Henning, Rita Guska, John Griger, Fred Hack, Al Grove, Carol Goldner, Pat Grady. Second Row: Karen Hall, Rick Gray, Kirk Hamula, Dale Habig, Karl Griffith, Mark Gumz, Jim Hace, Jim Green, Linda Grig- ger, Diane Grunau. Third Row: Tony Granfors, Bill Gural, Bob Haney, Dennis Hales, Fred Grif- fiths, Bob Gural, Frank Guzzo, Rich Groom, Don Grieder, John Graham, Jeff Grodell. HOMEROOM 210 - Bottom Row: Phyl Holzschv, Roseline Imperial, Toni Indellicati, Rosemary Hoflich, Sue Harvath, Debbie Hurr, Carolyn Horky, Linda Janosko, Linda Horvath. Second Row: Bill Ihde, Joanne Jacob, Joy Hoag, Karl Hof- strom, Lou Janda, Pat Iacano, Karl Horner, Fran Hoban, Bob Holz, Paul Humenik, Kevin Horrigan, Alan Jakubowski, Rich Holt. Third Row: John Jakovcic, Laura Holms, Tom Jackson, Bob Holzworth, Wade Jalovec, Dave Jakubs, Steve Hotaling, Mark Hummel, Carl Hovanes, Ed Holt, Joe Hollo, Sue Ingersoll. Student Government HOMEROOM 213 - Bottom Row: Debbie Kolke, Sue Kocab, Liisa Kling, Barb Kirby, Beverly King, Kathy Kettler, Karen Kircher. Second Row: Darlene Koehn, Sue Kempton, Sharon Koster, Tim Kil- bane, Bob Kincart, Jim Kerins, George Klan, Joe Kocian, Debbie Koehn. Third Row: Klaus Koehler, Jim Klembarsky, Julius Kocka, Bill Koopman, Gary Kanzy, Andy Kereky, Tom Kocaja, Howie Ko- mora, Bob Kerr. Dave Rudyk, vice-president of Student Council, participates in the L.E.L. Student Council Conference held at Valley Forge. HOMEROOM 214 - Bottom Row: Diane Landis, Nancy Labuda, Anita Krysiak, Dale Kotalik, Mary Lam- pert, Betty Lawb, Chris Kovalenko. Second Row: Jane Kott, Karla Kreuscher, Debbie Kraynak, Margie Lane, George Lacek, Bob Kurka, Ben Kucinski, Barb Lambert, Bill Lantzer, Pat Krafcik, Tom Krech. Third Row: Jeff Kreutzer, Charles Kovacic, Gayle Kubit, Don Kromer, Charles Langston, Wayne Kugler, Larry Kozimor, Greg Kunz, Clay Kowar, Carl Kuhn, Jim Kuznar. S! Drum major, Jeff Kreutzer, poses in starting formation. 168 HOMEROOM 216 - Bottom Row: Carol Lord, Maria Levnajic, Mary LoParo, Diane Lindway, Louise Legan, Sharon Lawler, Cindy Lu- bowicz, Karen Lutz. Second Row: Linda Lew, Jim Laux, Lane Love- lady, Bill Lucas, Frank Lawler, Len Lawicki, Dane Lovelady, Chris Loudon, Lois Lengyel, Sharon Lindsen, Henrica Lyszczyk. Third Row: Deb Luka, Rolf Ludwig, Ken Lee, Rick Lieberman, Carolyn Link, Jim Lynch, Jeff Latimer, Mike Luich, Rich Lasky, Al Littman, Dan Lesczynski, Bill Lindquist. I Y I is , .4 Chemistry students, Sharon Koster, Sue Schwan, and Rich Adams create an image of concentration. HOMEROOM 217 - Bottom Row: Linda McAllister, Ann Matlak, Paula McCormick, Lois McMillen, Roseann Mendlik, Jackie Mayer, Debby Mancuso, MaryAnn Mbiad. Second Row: Jeff McCleave, Stan Mason, Cheryl Martin, Tom Majka, Kathy Metro, Mina Mapes, George Melnyk, Kathy Maden, Craig Messerknecht, Paul Melhuish, Fred Macron. Third Row: Bob Maudsley, Rich Mecke, Paul McDonough, Jim Martis, Jim McNoldy, Jim Meinke, Ann Mann, Kal May, Scott Mackenzie, Jim Melda, Mike McNamara, Dan McGuire. 3-my . - 1 1 if' 3 .1 If , Home Class Of 1967 Illustrates Its Talent In Man Fields HOMEROOM 218 - Bottom Row: Debbie Mueller, Cheryl Millard, Roberta Micoch, Bill Nanny, Tom Musto, Fran Miketa, Shirley Miller, Jane Morgan. Second Row: Steve Monachino, Robert Myczkowski, Kathy Metro, John Musolf, Dennis Moore, Bob Mion, Bill Mozes, Nancy Muldoon, Don Murphy, Connie Morris, Al Michaud. Third Row: Dick Minto, Mark Mosshart, Thom Moon, Dale Mokaren, John Mitterholzer, Steve Miller, Dave Morse, Bill Muse, Ron Monachino, Bill Metzger. HOMEROOM 219 - Bottom Row: Tom Niemynski, Pam Odell, Pam Owen, Lois Neuzil, Pam Noll, Diane Nemeth, Mary Beth Owen, Diana Paine. Second Row: Mike Novotny, Karen 0'Hara, Gail Neish, Russel Nyerges, Mike Onda, Carla Neubecker, Richard Nesbit, Cindi .Overbeck, Sandy Nayman, Sue Obloy, Julia Norenberg. Third Row: Dave Overton, Jim Oktavec, Mike Palange, Sandy Palechka, Pete Ozog, Paul Nielsen, Bob Nusser, Richard Novak, Steele Nowlin, Kathy Patchuta. Q '49- Junioi Sandy Harnak performs a chemistry experiment. HOMEROOM 221 - Bottom Row: Jo Palicka, Donna Peattie, Jo Petitto, Connie Phillips, Judy Payne, Paulette Penzes, Al Paul, Margaret Poe. Second Row: Laura. Patchan, Cynthia Polshak, Lynn Palmer, Marilyn Pawluk, Ernie Papp, Roland Peshek, Georgia Polesky, Sue Patla, Terry Pekar. Third Row: Tony Planas, Tim Patterson, Ken Pfister, Wally Pav- luk, Victor Potapow, Ron Pesek, Keith Pickett, Jerry Petel, Ward Porter, Dick Perin. Key Club treasurer, Larry Kozinior, distributes information to interested parents at College Night. Ambitious J uniors, HOMEROOM 222 - Bottom Row: Maureen Rizzo, Kathy Raschke, Pat Raschke, Dianne Roark, Jackie Richards, Judy Prather, Patrick Records, Ron Priest. Second Row: Glen Pupkiewicz, Judy Reed, Deb- bie Ricketts, Art Richmond, Dan Quast, Mike Radloff, Dan Reynolds, Conni Risher, Linda Roberts, Pete Roberts, Al Ritzinger, Diane Rahal. Third Row: Greg Reimer, John Pruehs, Don Przybys, Steve Rock, Jim Rieter, John Reho, Jim Richardson, Don Reiman, Rich Reiter, Jim Reichelt, Rich Reeder. HOMEROGM 224 - Bottom Row: Dave Rutti, Joann Santell, Valerie Sarfi, Ingrid Ruhland, Barb Sado, Cyndee Rudolph, Louise Rusnak, Judy Sargent. Second Row: Sylvia Roush, Lynn Sasena, Chris Roksandic, Pat Ruvolo, Russell Rodgers, Don Salisbury, Kathy Schaefer, Mike Sawicki, Bill Schaefer, Dean Rossman, Lesly Rose, Lance Ryan. Third Row: Donn Sachs, Mel Saleem, Tom Ruth, Don Roeper, Tom Rustic, Dave Rudyk, Al Salamon, Jim Sako, Pat Roh- feld, Eugene Ryan, Pat Rusnak. Plan For The Future HOMEROOM 225 -- Bottom Row: Sue Schwan, Dar Schwarzmann, Jane Schofield, Carolyn Schoenthal, Anita Schieman, Bonnie Schroedel, Sue Ann Schultz, Carol Schwarten. Second Row: Karin Schulz, Carol Schlegelmilch, Barb Schnoor, Mary Schmeler, Bill Schwarzer, Debbie Schumann, Susan Schoneberger, Karen Schulze, Christina Schindler, Sally Schmid. Third Row: Ron Schlager, Pat Schmitt, Judy Schock, Jim Schneider, Larry Schultz, John Schmidt, Mike Schmidt, Jim Sears, Dave Schuetz, Dan Scholz, Cynthia Schutt, Jan Schwanke. Juniors, Laura Patchan and Sue Belknap, inquire about an education at Ripon College. HOMEROOM 230N-Bottom Row: Joyce Shuster, Karen Sevinsky, Barb Sevinsky, Linda Smyczek, Cynthia Shimelonis, Debby Singer- man, Bernice Smolinski, Linda Sherwood. Second Row: Rita Sellers, Gay Skala, Barbara Sipko, Rich Shaproski, Art Sindelar, Marilyn Slivka, Cathy Skladany, Dave Sellman, Ricky Siwinski, Val Sidor. Third Row: Ellen Smolik, Bob Slis, Mike Siedlecki, Jack Sebek, Ed Sienczak, Jeff Shibley, Chuck Shawan, June Singleton, Chris Smith, Jim Sgro. HOMEROOM 230S-Bottom Row: Chris Strommer, Barb Stockum, Linda Stevens, Donna Stuchlak, Chris Sopyla, Gloria Suchy. Second Row: Joe Stolz, Mary Subin, Jack Snider, Chris Stevens, Nikki Stevens, Carol Stead, Kathy Snayd, Terry Stephen. Third Row: John Soucie, Rich Strahinic, Don Starre, Jim Spry, Bill Spindler, Joe Subin, Greg Stolph, Jim Stewart, Vince Spittal. 1 iddlemen Anticipate Becoming HOMEROOM 240N-Bottom Row: Laura Tulloch, Sally Swan, Kathy Thompson, Sandi Szegedi, Sandy Szoke, Diane Tornabene, Chris Szafranski. Second Row: Judy Swidersky, John Testa, Judith Usko, Robert Uhr, Jill Trytek, Pat Trager, Larry Torok, Darryl Tinay, Sandy Timm. Third Row: Tom Tokar, Rich Ulisky, Gary Toghill, George Telmanik, George Tatarka, Tim Thompson, Bob Takacs, Frank Tolar, Don Thompson, MaryAnn Tokmenk, Mike Tisma. HOMEROOM 240S-Bottom Row: Bonnie Walkup, Louis Vacha, Mike Weber, John Washko, Karin Warger, Char Van, Wanda Watts. Second Row: Doug Uzelac, Bev Vinicky, Janet Wendt, Art Wesley, Kathy Welch, Judy Waffen, Mike Watkins, Carol Wallace. Third Row: Mark Weber, Pat Volk, Greg Vickers, Linda Wagner, Ken Wess- ler, Bob Voelkel, Brian Weather- holt, Rick Wehe, Bob Weber, Sandy Wallace. 4 w 1 l 4 Seniors After Prosperous Year HOMEROOM 250 - Bottom Row: Laureen Zarzycki, Anna Zehnder, Jean Yoka, Linda Ziegler, Joyce Whitney, Sandy Zagwodzki Pat Yusi, Lidia Zaharchenko. Second Row: Larry Zajac, Charlene Yan- chak, Nancy Zielinski, Barb Yuhas, Rita Wolff, Marge Wyner, Donna Wolf, Donna Zahorcak, Dennis White, Dennis Zido, Pat Wlotzko. Third Row: Cheryl Youngmann, Tom Wladyka, Eugene Zanko, John Wojcik, Bob White, Jim Wolf, Phyllis Wilk, Carl Weiss, Dale Zadzilka, Anthony Zemaitis, Rosett Wiersch. Juniors, Jim Reiter and Bonnie Walkup, act as host and hostess at the Senior Dance. As seniors set the stage for HOMEROOM 251 - Bottom Row: Pat Zingheim, Cheryl Zrenner, Carol Zingale. Second Row: Bill Zizka, Wayne Zunt, Ray Zyto- wiecki, Jerry Zimmer, Ken Zubal. "Wintertime Wonder," juniors anticipate their senior dance. 173 'And That Has Made All The Difference " With a regal ceremony, a rollicking all night party, shouts of glee, and perhaps a few tears, the Class of 1966 will soon say goodby to Valley Forge High School. For some, the future holds a college educationg others are already on the verge of their lifetime careers. All, however, will go to meet the world sharing the common memory of what it means to be a Patriot. As the school year comes to a close now, seniors will clean out their lockers for the last time and remove all tangible evidence of their years at Valley Forge. Their memory will not disappear from the school but will be strengthened as others remember those wonderful years. S ICR m.sxm..f.1-,-ha, . .A l Senior Class Class advisors, Mr. Dunford and Mr. Shipman, guided the seniors in making many decisions. Class president, Brad Burgess, led the class by presiding over Advisory Board meetings, making announcements to the senior homeroom, and representing the Senior Class. Mel Radlick, vice-president, assisted Brad in his duties. Leslie Dahn and Gail Kulcsar complete the list of officers. Leslie's job was managing the class dues and the United Appeal funds. Gail recorded the pro- ceedings of meetings. The Senior Class of 1966 presents its officers: Brad Burgess, president, Melanie Radlick, vice-president, Gail Kulcsar, secretaryg Leslie Dahn, treasurer. Mr. Shipman and Mr. Dunford, class advisors, casually discuss plans for the Senior Dance which was one of many senior projects. A familiar sight to seniors for three years was this view of Valley Forge High School. 176 Officers Yield Leadership Linda Abens Linda Alston James Armstrong sf " x --:saws - W. fi- Q , QQQFZ4 . a ' fI?fiS'i5 ' fffef 5 . i , ' Tsfr es. ok :ss -f :Q + S -e if wr we X SE w ke s gf- -,N .K uf Grace Ackerman Cheryl Adair A assesses sexy fl?+?f5'li X . as , , We sf -s 2 . e 1 Nick Amaddio Gary Amore Suzanne Arndt John Atamanec Richard Adams George Arenschield William Auvil Susan Aiello "QP Jacqueline Armstrong Alan Bachner John Baird 7: , ki . . Class officers Leslie Dahn and Mel Radlick talk over graduation announcements with Patricia Baker . . . their class advisers and the J osten representative. 3 f. 177 Valley Forge students who learned more about government by attending Boys' and Girls' State are: William Yurcheshen, Gary Smeal, Sue Arndt, Diane Blanda, Mary Lou Marginian, Gaye Wandt. Joyce Balint Marianne Balotta Kathleen Balogh A :sr N Q if' QA S vi sg if Lg W Kathy Banker Michael Baranuk Gregory Barber ,N Samuel Barile George Baronak David Barry Summer Workshops Prepare 1, Philip Bartek Barbara Bartell 1 ,.,,,,,,n'Y Dennis Batig Barry Bauer 178 Carol Bartlett Linda Barto John Basehore X QS 'ie .E Q S or "" W? William Becka Thomas Becker Sharon Bedevelsky Fifa, 5 1 -1 . 1- Times:-,gl . ' .re if 'f fieifgis-4, -px .Z 1:1 , 3 5 ' an ,.J-Q34 -- ,IQ ' -W ,ff .. , My Sf- . T 1.k W- 'au William Bedillion Barbara Belskis E Q 2 ' - W ..,, ji? ,K ,, Ty, A , gum .- " fi ' , , , , a n . -I , ' ' Q-f.:,:1 ra: ' Q X1 -.W . ' ' f fiJa,L1,, ,- . .e 4- 'ff Q X P i 'EB l W 'I' Zvsfw- 'I 'J .X A , 'f I ii Linda Benke Cheryl Bennett f i i'7?.f:??f2Vi ,i . L ., pipe y5,fXffi'i,I ry I K -1 Patricia Bene Susan Benedict Elaine Benich Barbara Bentler Noreen Berna Janet Bernacki Barbara Bernot Evelyn Bevier Robert Bielawski Ellen Bier Joseph Bishop QQ 99 Upper Classmen For 66 Ralph Bittel Dale Bittner Shown relaxing at the Journalism Workshop held at Ohio University last summer are Kevin Horrigan, Roy Hasbrook, Steve Habusta, Marty Prakope, Sharon Jorgensen, Marianne Balotta, and Barb Tocci. ' :-1s.:3Qw,, Wayne Blabolil Ross Black 179 Q, wi. ' f ... t w eg . ima, Wayne Platten checks shock absorbers on one of the many cars repaired in automotives. P . Thomas Bores Sandra Bozik Barbara Brada ' - Q-E 1: 'Q '. X X , : ' f f Robert. Brent Ted Broom Dah Brown 180 Diane Blanda Michael Bodnar evo eu 5 f N 5 ' X +55 1 Q1 34+ N , pr .M , . xii, 1j"?x - . ' ' Xi ' - L - 1 jar. X , or ix.. 1, A Marybeth Bogesch Skill Cla YZF? 1 Patricia Brand xl x F X X , S " ' ,Q,: ' ' .R , ? " ,f ' my t wr. - N w to if ,Q 1 at ,s X 13 5 S mira X , at X -R - 5 Janet Brown Arthur Blondin 1 1 1 1 fm' 1 1 1 1 Joseph Bogar 1 1 1 Dan Bonfield K sses Rank El mf N S 1 1 ., ,lk T5 5 X h 1 1 Rr E R ,fa 1 ii, Sharon Bray Nancy Brownfield Wood shop gives Roger Peters a chance to develop his talents by using the circular table saw. High On Senior Schedules 'CT' si. Robert Burg Bradley Burgess Ann Burhoe ix- Monica Brozak he B , ' ,jjj '...V K N gi. fi if N A Jane Burnell Shirley Busch George Bush Wallis Calaway .vifynp 1 -K,-garm-1 f Q if X .3 . w 1 s C4 Q it--, Donna Burke Elizabeth Caldwell i A2 'X or ig Shirley Callaghan , f ,. I r 'asf 1 1' ei? ' re ,f -e CM 1? F A' ,, . f. Y Q 'gf 5 , ai .bs- K.. Dyanne Carr Kathleen Carroll ,gs Joan Cassese JQ44. Y"'r l Carne Cheris Dale Cardwell Carolyn Carretta John Casale Seniors dance the boston mills at a canteen sponsored by the Boosters. , Valley Forge Ballroom Swings ggi ' A 'Y M , g ' n A Q I Q ' Michael Chaky Janette Childs A " 1 " -, f,wswfffA .1 e-e,b'f.:1r-yroi'-4: 1.--15 ,, ag. WJ ff 'KL , ' ' 'Gai w, fam ' , ix . , l -3 A Q, Y K? , . t ww ll . hx 1 gg is 3 if 1 , 015 George Chanter Diana Chapman Geraldine Chappell N ,X q R Rita Chippy Christine Chmielewski Marlene Chrewan l A 1 Susan Christian A. , N 3 A K z gi, ' L-iii, Q Rosemarie Chubokas ,. -- 1's.,, . " V ,-P' Cheryl Cioletti As Seniors Do Latest Dances eeeh -in L fzgdggwfi -'QW f .S- W , fer. 3 Y , W -Egg K ' f. '. x Joyce Clark Gregory Coates E A Thomas Christian 12" Renato Cimmino Patricia Cioletti NOT AVAILABLE Larry Coates Marlene Cochran Donna Cole WO' gf t . NI Douglas Colaric Christine Colonna James Comienski Cheryl Connor Chris Conover Simple Tasks Are More Meaningful Carla Conway Cynthia Cook Ronald Cooper . .1 ,. ,.., ,,. ..... Axmw-5,3-Q---,.f, 53.5 few . t , ,em s . Q 1 A C Q K We 5 r , + M . V .. C Q as .... s Q L 2 Kathleen Cosby Gary Costanzo Alan Coyner NW i,-,A ww S aj, or was Q ' C a : W X xx as isis E J Q ,M 5 'vs x Q H ., rg , f ' N ,, ng E- . " ! Q Qt I ' as . s Q' E x x Z9 l - 4 5 ia - fi f Ernest Csire Nancy Custer Rosanne Dagata w e i , James Dalessandro gf' W iii- H. v"9' Carrying out a senior tradition by sign Linda Schwark, Barb Sartini, Michael Daniels 184 i- V 1- ,.:...e ,, . + A --:ef ,. ,d.x.3,: Q. - .,rA-is N, 1 , , e, -sfs.z.?.,-:ss ,M 3 ,Ms -ve-Qs. .5 ' 'f-iv-111+ --wild: A 5" 1 r '51-.jjjzl ' -- . S516 Que V X- V I e ig, X - :e s .- .. V as 5 k 'I V. i ' ' N e far X, C C Q gig: ' 4 K ?' Thomas Cooper Cheryl Copella Cal Craig Boyd Crane . e ,,.. - ffssgsgxsz A 143:55 K' 1 TTT! 4?g"i'B:'ffi2-Z' X fix .- -'i' 1. Michael Da gnan Leslie Dahn Ls! 5 x. , If 4, ,gn ef- 4 ww ' AM ev ing graduation pictures are upperclassmen Pat Stoddard, and Nancy Galdun. 1 .5 . n X 2' 2. Diane Daransky Kathleen Darmstadt V11 Gary Davis Gregory Davis I x 7 Connie De0reo Linda Deacon . ke miiml "-Q5,,mqaf:e:.,qI!v.fS,.. -Q.-Hmm, r is 5 sk M X exif .Q . E .V , , 4 :Ei w atfx- i K Q, fsfsfiii :,. . ,Ex , Diane Davis James Day -1-Q.. Linda Dech As Seniors Realize The John Decker John Degirolamo QA' Margaret Rose Devera Bernadette Devlin Wd? i Germaine Deli .s X f ,x 3:5- e G " f X ' X rg, of :r . K it "N .JY is 'E'-is Qu ' 'srggre-Q Cesidio Di Benedetto m11Ssn:af:a:s Dale Strawhacker makes a mad grab for a carton of milk. Mu t Leave ,, -,e f Q by 1 1 - 1551 G : in Y W 4 ' ks, we 'vi' . ' ' ' 4 T3 4- X X T ns . - J xy! 7.2 no . X X ga Donna Demko Charleen Deucher Gary Dillon Karen Dinse 185 Gerald Docktor Spirits Of The Patriots Soar Susan Dodick Richard Dominick Margaret Dowdell Joseph Drago Thomas Duffy Marcia Duke Dianne Dumford Elaine Dunn Janis Droll ,., is Li.L, W if ,:,:, X 5 a Mary Duplaga Diane Eggett Peggy Ellero 186 if Susan Dzurlk Frances Eckel field lr" Russell Egmg Edward Eihel Philip Ellinwood Robert Elwood For Seniors Who Have Worked For Victor Penny Eyman -X-we ..... Q ' ,qt -' 51231-H' J Tsflg - ii: ., , xl' A K. N: , '15, f Ns as . amE . - 5 A Q , no 'Xe fa 43' 1 mi t Ni ian Q L aw i s .gf , W 2- xx 5 er i David Fabian Senior Girls' Boosters imitate the faltering dance of the Parma Rednlen during the assembly before Parma-Valley Forge game. Q Fin 2155 1 war D99 'Q F is Wanda Fabian YW wx. Y M., , . .v'N xg, Craig Faubel After an outstanding football season, Senior Patriots receive two-year awards. Sand,-a Felice Jacqueline Falkenstein ' N? .r1,- .ip lf? ' 0 A 5 eww a Karen Faulhammer . m It -,., or .Q 5 S1 Eg? . L, A 4kWVA , E ..lA a Cristine Ferencz 187 Q e 5 a r is if x... Q Timothy Ferguson Lawrence Ferrini Suzanne Hayes Thomas Filous Christine Filson The Crowd Cr1es 'QL8t,SfW1H,, As I As. Leonard Fiore Robert Fischer 1 s 'Q :N my n E8 X' 'forty' ' I ,fig Ksxfggg 1551? as D" H' "1-, L. f 1' , George Flamik Daniel Flick Fw . Jon Fisher Y Andrew Fitiak Edward Flegel s 'RGNQK TSFLQEQT' s:'s'f:-s:21'1f:s " - Iifief 5i+1VH"" , X P - 2. .e,, ., ,. N X- J' , 2 - ,,- 3 Varsity cheerleader, Charlene Meyers, leads the crowd in a Patriot ,4 battle cry during the Euclid game. Diane Floro Si re K T i K i FN Q , wash X 2 Q5 S XY ,f:w?"vga, -Q . . A ,,.. , . Q I Sw J. f ff' 7 Q' 8' D I 1 l -ff: ft V 1 f , . . xxx E Ex NE X x ii ii S V. ,r xf MQ., fy ' 0 6 Barbara Foster Barbara Fox Judith Frank Rich Frankenberg Patricia Franklin S enior Patroits Head For Victor Patriot line tensely anticipates the charge of the defensive line. -'arf i 5 SST 'Gi 5 'J A 1 p rr , Y i J in M X V his F gg X if 6 J Q "3 Q ng , vb' 4 V' W A I A x X Jil V 3 Vivienne Fratalonie John Fricker James Fuller Nancy Galdun We Y- 7 f M M 4. ,. ew., ixxiwggv Marie Gallo Gust Gallucci Tim Galvin Jimmie Gartman Jeff Genzen After Patriot Games Senior Students Michael Gerace Rudolph Germ Lucille Giaimo 3 After a half-time conference with Mr. Fritzsche, the Patriots take the field. 190 William Gibson Michael Girosky ree ew 11 INV "'ViWP , er r- e-1 . er 'gg '- R iso 5,2s?e.5:e.nf, 4,3 e .irrfz-Qwislxif l I "" R ' Lf? -552513: if i i . , . .Fl - in "fi L K : Q ' . if 3 'iz' N F' EX ' i Nadine Godman 'ew , V . Cheryl Golem . ,. , , ,,,. mn .Fowl in . se 1 . G ' -4- iii-iff? - - LM P' ,, -11' 'f 5, 'F"51 - 1 . x W., Q . .. Cynthia Gilchrist Thomas Www Judy Goebl Carol Goodwin 5 Francis Goodwin, Jr. John Graber Enjo A Repast W nk I . Gu.. W' f x 1' X5 ' i- i:tifQ?KE:'hf5 v - ' SEQ 3wQm.r311 f W K sr if .Q Robert Grace Rosemary Gradine 1 l ' Cozy surroundings and familiar faces lure many students to this 1 popular gathering place. Alan Graham Janet Graham J reer get G f ,,.,...,v, f -i. Connie Granfors Byron Gravatt Richard Gray Theodore Grecenuk Janelle Green ' -. I jfs!-' - ' .,,.,. M J' f -eee- -- We W.. f ' G 3 - we - M' is fy ' kg ' i ,J --.M y rx , fi .. Emil Greenberg Robert Gresko Judith Grigas Michael Groenke John Grove 191 like we viii. 1-6 - - v ,'mim'1,,:.1.:x 4, ix., , R In Q Q .-. eil " e News O I Lynn Grunau I Patricia Guenther Karin Guthrie Alice Haller Eileen Hannan 92 ,V ws. ,x 'T X U V- fu -Q wif - K Ji' 5 5 , . I KWFVZQWQ Laurel Gubics 'R' :if zigffgl' ci ., ' ff . W 1 We Q X H if -v-di i jig Y Sam Gurrera Deanna Haberkost Norma Hamilton uf? Kathleen Hanson Geri Hunt and Nancy Henning yell loudly from the Boosters' cheering section. Senior Girls Add To pirit l Steven Habusta Anthony Hadovsky Kenneth Hagenberger l Melanie Hammond Melinda Hammond Linda Hamula 4 l 1 Diane Hardy James Harlan Roger Harper Patriots watch a Cleveland Heights Tiger burn at the Y-Teens sponsored bonfire. Joining The Y-Teens And Boosters Sue Harris Susan Don Hartman Terry Roy Hasbrook Charles Hasman Richard Hatvany Judith Hang Linda Haug Patricia Hawran l Darrel Hayn Charles Hays William Hehmeyer Peter Heidenreich John Hemmings Susan Henninger Ronald .Heppner Ab Jggwsw i v"i'v1 ,siggxtxxsix Q :ie kffex i 'il N' -' 'F if . figs: 2 I J , . ,,- f xi , J 1- w e Yi 2, ., Y. 1. Y ma me ,QL Q 421 -- , Donna Herron J L 'I '- --'H K '. Q if J 4? ' f T - h- ' Jean Hirschauer B8l:b8.l'3 Hornack Norbert Hepp F, Noreen Herman Silence reigns supreme before seniors enter the auditorium for homeioom First There Was Silence J Linda Hertel Carol Hesseman Ellen Hill Ron Hill John Hlavaty Amelia Hodge Judith Holm Gloria Hooker Charles Horvath James Horvath Patricia Hosic Janet Hribar 3 1.. fi" Joseph Hruby K is .H "ww 1'L.:," inf ' ': .. N .. QPNWWNQ X A. . E ,M 1 X . K 1 'ii ixgw if 'f 3 x Q 4 ' 5' if QF wg X ga Siva Q 0 X B Q mi. QSSEQ-if K Donna Hunter Rebecca Isenhath Richard Ivancic Carol Hudson Jean Hulec Geralen Hunt use X si X Es Q Qc . X if p -A 5 . K 8 x -- , I Sherry Hynes Frances Imbrigiotta Linda Immormino -' 4 L" 2 , '1 2 -Q. , ,. S225 M an ' .ik in W ' T X at if Q Q 1 .is J Y, ,--v . ...off 2 , ,x agp 9 . . Dennis Jablonski Robert Jackson Barbara Jacobi Then Senior Homeroom Began Anticipating the official beginning of their day, seniors file into homeroom. 195 Beverly Jacobs Mary Jane Jacobs Susan Jadrych Barbara Jagusch Elliott 'Jalovec Senior Student Council Uffitcers Q 'S"?'l Am WHERE? ,W ,.g Q J flaw K Sandra Jarmusik Glenn Jarnigan Christina Jarvis Diana Javorsky Donna Jech L , . ' x if Ethel Jefferson Linda J icha Q x , 1 ,M ., , .S z , aazcrsf . GL a Q.. J at . t F : as .. Q. K gc, -Na 1 if-fl giiisf - ,S "Q Susan Johnston Patricia Jones X J "ll "" - 'if'1 'J . S f S' a a, no an S --as 'S sii tt A smiling Leslie Dahn awaits Student Council officers from other Sharon Jorgensen Rita Jovan LEL schools. 196 fX"M Sylvi J unno Sharon Kaminski . we ---- xxx?-l1,,ixs r s-if .l,v.,vs,, ,, I as f , . LQ A "L N " F73 - " H ff75'rI'2f, N Q ' 'G AYSHVQ' 1 A e . K we Q i' X QQ:--Kr wp. sus . , K -ii N ir J' I we-e .ff A v Q, P 1 X K.. A :sk xx X x Ba Gary Kader Kathryn Kafun Susan Kalilich Dennis Kalita 'if 1 - 1 if A Xhicfd , Lee Kamps Gregory Kapela Alan Kapustar Mary Ellen Karales ke Part In Fall LEL Festival Joyce Karlosky l . it , 1 - Joyce Kaska Louise Katzan David Karnowski Kenneth Kasnyik gfif-5-gqe-sink M yu, fa.. Es. 3 fg, .1gQ1kSi,,NiS W s rx. so l lr.:l, , Sw :xfkf w- -. ---4 ,, .L . .f - , - .+G rg :X ' 'v .runs gg ' . ' 5 Hass? x X 3 Mara Kaugurs Jim Law, a Shaw High senior, receives a program for the LEL festival as Valley Forge's Gary Smeal looks on. 197 Special Equipment And Instruction --mfr Y ,fx ' gum W 1 fwvv M 'K ,eg ' ,si ii as r x N, MN X r 2 L Hx of . S Karen Kepes James Kerlin Ronald Kerner Edward Kettler Dwain Kibler Judy Kilbane Terence Kilbane s-.Q-A'iwf'fw: . A.. cafe? '21 N 5' ' mms:-:v,,f:.s.:s'2.w.e,::e- , N get 'X is c , to no N x ll X s , X X 'K Q nil ff' is gs P 1 qi,e s . ,W 'fi John Kirby Joy Kirkpatrick Pauline Kirstein Eileen Kitko Catherine Kittinger Neal Kleiss A high-powered microscope assists Joe Lacek in science research. i ini Linda Kinbaum Frank Kish Caren Klingman Susan Kinsman ss 'fa xx rr is M Ye X H Q Q ssc I f, Q eeimv' Q fest ha 1 " ' ,M Qs X ,, are s aim A 3 s N A k 4 , N -- ,. . Q., 1 L A A , - 1 ' X il Veronica Kish fi me , si xr xy f . 3 - - me ig Q " M?HHfwQv'n'WWw iii wffwwlscsff 1' e'-' w i , .Mg V21 yrs x, :wwf X. . Dolores Kloos ,.,.,, , Q, f-iii: 3. , 53" V S .P 5 7 gs. , L -a . it ,y":2'w 5 ft. -S ff 9' QE Sharon Knapxk John Kocaja Shellle Koch Karen Koenig lv xllgsfefse Richard Koharik Diana Kollbaba Patucla Kolman Toby Kolman Linda Kolthoff Richard Komar Ronald Kontur Help Senlors In Art And Lab W ,. T , ...Wy 24 .., . l fx A 1 " iam 2 , iw 1 5 'iw K 'Q 'cf E 0 . V f 1' 3 q, Michele Kopp .. elif.:-f f' Tw e' A i 4 Paula Kost Art IV student, Mike Dagnan, produces inter- esting results by pallet painting. X up Ki d X 4 if wig TQ' f l ix 'Cf X A32 ., 1- N A M55 Q 'll . .X qfwnot' : . tasek Bernard Kozak 199 Christine Kozimor Diane Koziol Nina Krauchenko Lois Kreko David Krisak ' '55 , Q ii- Q ' W Steven Kriska Shirley Kroboth Nancy Kronenberger Carolyn Kuhar Gail Kulcsar With Music And Routines The Band Michael Kulczycki Daniel Kupniewski -if ,,uH" John Kurak Barbara Kurtz Joseph Lacek Sally Lamb The curtain rises on the Marching Band production of the Sound of Music Anthony Lanza Linda Lanzer Danny Lanzdorf Carol Lapossy Lawrence Latine Christine Latos Bruce Latter Margaret Latza Sheila Lauger Steven Lawhorn Says "Enthusiasm" For A11 Seniors 'EL , Gary Leahy Joanne Legan - - "" '5 A .- sliffi , 'V Darlene Leggett Karen Lehotan Q Diane Leiby Paul Lemire fffffffffffwfffa QW, my-km? Hlfffydwffffff Suzanne 1611121017 lane! Brown Donna Denfka Salqz Laika Queen Judy Miller Reigns Supreme Linda Link 5 Barbara Loftis Last X881 s homecoming queen, Donna Antonelli, clovxns hei successor, Judy Miller during half- time ceremonles of the homecoming game. On October 1, with crowded stands on either side, Judy Miller was crowned homecoming queen for 1966. The petite blue-eyed brunette reigned over homecoming game festivities. These events included the judging of floats at the game and the Homecoming Dance the following night. Next year the graduates of the Class of 1966 will be in the stands, carrying on the homecoming tradition. Joseph Lempner Mary Leonard Judy Lerch George Lignos Julius Liguori Gloria Lincoln Gregory Lioce Charleen LoParo Sally Loika Robert Long Anita Lopez David Lowdermilk Joseph Lubowicz Homecoming Queen, Court, and Escorts: Janet 19655 Gary Smeal, Queen Judy Miller, Scott ' Brown, Roy Hasbrook, Donna Demko, Al Painting, Sally Loika, Bill Gibson, Suzanne Marlene Lucas Veverka, Donna Antonelli, Homecoming Queen Ratzloff. Over Homecoming Game And Dance , .G , . - L1 fd av Q2 c H if 5 fx N me Gary Lukasik Judi Luke An atmospheie of elegance suuounds the Homecommg Queen and he1 court as they dance to music played in their honor. Thomas Lutz Andrew Maax' Linda Macker! Wayne Makoski George Malek Lancing Malusky Georgia Mapes 5 2 Y. h '- K ' AFR? .- 5 ' s A K, .. -,Q ' er L x x " , ,X . , ,Q . 1 K E James Marodits Mary Lou Marginian Patricia Marhefka Judith Marr ,, Warw- ge 1- ri. 5.7 cw. ' X 25 iv Wgx .L X X Q 3 M5 if ,max 3 ' SS: X 3 ' is we ax, K .alive 'Q r f Linda Martell Neil Martens Richard Martin Gary Martinez ,df .xx in Sq wg sa x s Q3 'K 2-ws' James Matea David Mathews Sandra Matuska Richard Maudsley Ml! Pe inn: -we .. .- 5 -gi :Z.Efs':'- " 1-in eswelzef:-ggf' Q4 H2322 f f 1 is W Elf f X Q? 'i 3 iq 12 'H Q- , -if Q Q it 5-si I Dennis Marsoun ,J 3839! Marilyn Mason 'K QAM? wiv e Qs xgkhv E 'fist 5' s if mb v wr Qgliiy A s f9'T1x1i'yiQf?5N .4 ri My Q Twiisgkxfsil is Ann Maxsymin Modern Equipment Brings Seniors Senior Bill Becka uses the drafting machine to develop his ability in industrial arts. 206 Thomas May Ellen Mayernik Nicholas Mazzeo Darlene Mazzo William McCleave Linda McClintock jeg A. " figs" d jexf m The planatarium facilities used by science students, enables these seniors to ' 4 view constellations. Martha McCulloch Martha McDonald Closer To Science And The Stars Thomas McFadden Robert McFarlane Marian McNoldy James Meeks Kathryn Mehalik . Q ff ' f Eugene Melhuish James Metz Gifford Meyer Kim Meyer Joann Michalske 207 A firm handshake by Mr. Dinsmore welcomes new inductee, Linda Dech, into Honor Society. The Solemn Induction Of Honor Society , L ,geije ei fix ,f .W - L- ' , , a Robert Mileti Justine Milinkovich Judith Miller Linda Miller Ronald Miller Eugene Mion Dale Mitchell Monica Mitzo Michael Mlecik ggi . K K - 1 22 1. 5 1 V iew Kenneth Mohler Phillip Molina Daniel Monoc William Mooradian Edward Moore f f 1 -r Mr' "3-'-fr-?'M 'A4' A f ' A' Mrxgmf M i-w- g?Q3rTGmwe if' flfhli G5 521 - v 1 x 'ww I-at -P it Q is a lie! fl? ER ,E is Q li? elsif 5 ' We 25 f , ", g an Kv-V 1 e or Sarah Moose Barbara Moser ' x -v-X lb - e N35 'fi . . nh ,C . .. ,, ,C .. K 2 is if . , ,W,. . , 'C C . ' r .- ooow 9 1 '+i'i1i'fP'?'l I Vifk is V L K or M 'X as -g r at Tk , K5 aww.. 59' 'S 'L 3 X f A Q 5 F Y A " I 4 :fx xg 'X djs' S 5' x, J is mg, S? 44 ' f s ffzys gt Efix eilgig , 'gay if gig fix ' r ' ' ser + -mesw.w-ifx3frfrf- if 'X A symbol of knowledge is the torch which the Honor Society pin bears. Brings Awards To Many Seniors Sandra Murphy Scott Musheno Linda Nato Kenneth Nayman Sharon Nechvatal Timothy Necker f R 1 'Ne Diane Nehez Margaret Nehring Carol Nelson Edward Nemec Ai! James Neumeyer Charles Nevins James Newell Constance Nicholson Mark Mrazek Charlene Myers Lynn Marianne Neumann Noel Niedhammer David Niemi Donald Nikolai Carol N oack Daniel Noll 45 . H:-grfj ,i , Team captain Willie Yurcheshen executes a lay-up shot as a Kathy Nowak Brian Onmmeu Euclid Panther-tries for the rebound. Senior mbition Is Evident Michael O'Loughlin Thomas Oktavec 210 Philip 0'Toole V" . ' T Q ,s en I 2- if A '55 5 2 Terrence Olive Robert Obenauer Mary Obert Linda Ocetik SW Emil Orenick Gregory Ornas Richard Oshiro A Sandra Pace 'Nad 'Qs Ronald Pannell Tina Pawlak s S ome Ernest Peck Aleta Pekar Scott Pamtmg Fred Palasca Gerald Pall Lester Panlk f L 'L Q' f Joanne Pape Mary Papushak Patricia Parks Rita Paul -as H meds - ' ff mu, ff " K ,fy , n L 'ff T1 ' . tfoie ekta P y ' Wayne Pawulr Penny Payne Ruth Ann Payne Cheryl Peattie Participate, Others Encourage During any tense moment of a Patriot game, Head Cheerleader, Suzie Arndt could be seen anx- iously watching the scoreboard. 211 'N Kenneth Penkal Patricia Perek M5 I v , "wr I 1 5 NX 1 XE, K 'task fa! A .2 . , i ,Til , w "- Q f 1. 5 wqx W f 1 5 N X A 2 Peresta Pamela Perkins Dana Peshe Joel Peters Robert Guy Perram ' -I gui - 'Z' in-' 'L . if Y 'Q-fs, S Ji 1 ,, .I Susan Peters Martha Pettit Amu ing Incidents And Projects V337 Patricia Pike William Plachy ' 7:53 rf-1 .m?5sf:.iE:::?' -. fl-'-z -rf -we ,. - - 2- i P we ,P I . fQs3g:,M..,5..sm'f Q. M 1s X Q . if ,S 'R is it P I :L - iffi Clifford Plants t 212 Nancy Pipoly l Carl Planicka Wayne Platten .1 3 ! g , As a result of an error by the AVA crew, Miss Callan kneels in a pool of film. Walter Pocztar Carol Podskalan Mike Groenke develops poise and knowledge through classroom speaking. 5 NX ,,,...-,s-N 4, HX when 'N 3 :al . ,L l We Q Q -he . gift ' ' Q f ' ,nl " 11' A g.Z,', Carolyn Pogalies John Poggendorf Mary Anne Pollak Anita Pontremoli Break p A S91'1iOI',S Busy Day Charlane Poole .sans weegfm seg? N16 4""'b , X ey IIS Sandra Prusak zxezzl.. x -' elm.-,,-.. ,:. vgqgggx K --, We--1 ' ,, f 'vu gg :gg- SRSILS-Nx f' H7 " H X 95 fiviget' 'X : Eff' .E 5, ,L -X Xe A -t A el, , " n , M.- le Q -if E e '- k X k vwqsjqfyffi . 5 J . . flfeilffwf' ff , , fu Karla Potetz aww Q we ww ew? Walter Poole MQ? W -.si -on ,. ax" Robert Przybys Jay Pudlock Edward Pragg Marty Prakope ge -L ' I e ' .I be N W on 331551551 vl sw M5 W nf' ef'e 5 e 1 e l wnatkgli s l -fi 1 b , l ,- L - z.. fm? '- 7" " -1 2 x X , Q 5.1, .N .,,,,- me , Lilli Pulwer Dale Pyrle 213 f 1 Silver Trees And Soft Shadows is 'R X is M at N V I - V " t ie Melanie Racllick Robert Radschuk David Rakow Linda Rapp Suzanne Ratzloff lt. 5 Thomas Rea Robert Rebar Linda Rebrovich Allan Redick Thomas Reed R Joseph Reeves William Reiman Dennis Repp Joan Requarth Lynn Reuben Jennace Rhodes Preparations for an enchanting Senior Dance began early as Scott Painting, Wally Calaway, Linda Sartini, and Connie De Oreo decorated the Valley Forge Ballroom. Decorate The Winter Senior Dance Karen Richardson Carol Richter Gail Riegler :du , -'kL',9, .pg -'B k"J4'h,' KathleenoRileyN Edward Rindfleisch Charles Robbins Diane Eggett and Al Lerch dance in a James Robertson Gary Rodgers Laurene Rodgers dreamland of Wmtertime wonder' is . . . 5 he Elizabeth Rooney Andrea Roskavich JoAnn Rospierski James Rose James Roth --es' Judith Roush Jerry Rusnak Robert Russo Michael Rust Dennis Rusynyk 215 I . i Michael Sabol .qj"2? John Salzer ' William Sanders Donna Sawitzke Linda Schlenkerman 216 Richard Sahlay Wayne Wightman welcomes a new member of Lettermen's to thevclub Sydney Sams during initiation. Fred Palasac gives encouragement. - , 3 To A Senior Bo Winter Means 4 , A M vew, -JM e f if 4 ,W was .,-.,,,,. K, M . 3,235 -livf 'A ' va an k 4,-V 49 ,L ,I if i n S li - Paul Santora Barbara Sartini Linda Sartini Florence Savich x f zswm ,L .. V- iv A :, -- d V5 . Pj E- 1" is - , a W? qi Joseph Scavone Susan Jo Schaefer Daniel Schenek Rudolph Schleif X , Charles Schmeler Eileen Schmidt Jim Schmidt Mary Lou Schneider Y Student Council members Greg Barber, Roy Hasbrook, and Gary Smeal decorate the courtyard for Christmas. Initiations And Holida Activities ref if get .1 sa , at if , S " at Wt Q:'3'P" Sandra Schoeck Robert Schott Dale Schubert Schue rger Patricia Schulz Roger Schultz Karen Schulz William 5 : . 8' x Curtis Schulte 0, ., ii, . ,A , . 2 -- "fe ' v.eE3iw3f2f"3 ' xr! dv? r ,mi ' 45, - W f , If I Linda Schwark e , .S I " -'3' ' ' ' - V , A 1 S9 M Donald Schwarzer Joseph Scolaro Elaine Scullin Kenneth Sebastian Dale Sellers William Senesi John Setar Thelma Shartzer my Carol Shaw James Shott Lawrence Senko Karen Sevcik Dorian Shatto Attempting to compose an essay for a college entrance exam bewilders senior Linda Deacon. l eniors Dream f A College Campus l Irs ii A "' ee.-.-1 e'.l 'i 1 My .W f1.1.1za.-K ' J lx X - f - . . .. A --,eye , - - , .nexaf wa R -ef, e'-.I -A . . ' fly . 5 x X C xt I he K w er 9 AWS ,Z -,J Linda Shelton Holly Shumway rs ' QANS ' 1" W" x qseweyfsl 1 - S .x-x , , , mevrgfg- , w 7, sl , 5, X iz! is 5 rxegqm., r , we Q 53 U 2 Xl SR! ,e ggs ACS. Y It sl lf , ' 'Q V 2 James Sheridan Gary Sherman Edward Shorts llg jgz s - . 'Q :J 2 3 '-Ulf ' - 5 is + Kifggf ssff x , James Sigman Danny Sikorski Charlotte Skinger l ' QE 'Y' if Vo ,sw ,. fa' In I , 'N:':F,.. ,, A: .., WJ .. km ' 1? i M " N' + W ' N ' by '5 4' f 2 3 "F an 3 an 'ii Linda Skura Steve Slifko Rita Smith Terry Smith LI, Reola Socha Darlene Sollberger eff - g K f L , '21 " ,N,',1f.-' Q -mf ,D F ' 'Q :f 2 9 - . , ' A353 Linda Sluss .5 1- ' ' ,V .f fx gm Q ,gyiiigff , f , h e f U "'- QE, " ' fi 1-fl' . A i 1. K f Cristine Smolinsky 1g.'fjgm55j5,-375 eg V. . ,iz 1 ' ,. i 15- 1864 Nia l-Eriivm, . 1 -- - ,rf V VM, Joseph Soltesz Gary Smeal Lawrence Smeyak Sarah Snowden Warren Snyder Jack Sonneborn John Soppelsa And Work To chieve Their Goal 1 rlr 1 j 5. ,1 'SP :- V :eg gzip as Karen Spanagel Charles Speck After entrance exams, Lmda Deacon confers wxth her counselor, Mr. , , Spinner, about the college she chose. Patrma Speck Roger Speck X ly! Q Eiga sd A' 5 mfg I1 .. sf. Eff N rigid as :Q wi, v ' -is Interior Decorating Is A Talent -' ' --' . EMR .1 Mx Q L.:,h . , r ' 'vwwv-V 'Sk 'Q 2 . , sf Sz- ,,.,:fs Robert Speers Linda Spicer Patricia Stahurski Michael Starr Margaret Stebelski vw, K Sandra Stelma Richard Stender Al Stephens Michael Stineman Paula Stinich EIS , , I DVD, V 'R 57- W .71-. , i i ...- l l i 2 ll All as as 5 ss ks is Patricia Stoddard Paul Stokey W 5fgx I' -M .,,. ' s ,ge Shirley Stoyka Dale Strawhackel S A gi. .f i f NOT 'l l AVAILABLE Birthdays render surprises and at Valley Forge a rolled locker is Deborah smart Philip smbbiefieid Joe Drago S spew! gift' 220 l l is 'BE E42 V -., Ajje Www ,E J ifxogrff , - . 3 K A Y 1 v a f my l g g ..- H, f E, if . le 5 ,. 'M L 5, 3-V4 '23 ik i Patrick Sturtevant Peter Sturtevant Andrew Suchan Y Larry Sunyak Sandra Sutton Stephan Swalley Daniel Swiatek Sally Szekeres Nancy Szumski Kris Tuomala adds another item to an already cluttered locker door. Practiced In Many Senior Lockers X Rita Takesky Sarah Tanzi Timothy Taylor Michael Textoris Nancy Thiel Carl Thomas Christine Thomas David Thompson Jack Thompson Kurt Thornbladh 221 Allan Tillman Diane Timoteo Paulette Titus Barbara Tocci Cheryl Todaro Vivien Todhunter Dale Tomusko Theresa Toscano Diana Trojan Marianne Tulenko Seniors Work On The Job Distributive Education student Don Schwartzer explains the quality of his merchandise while working at the May Company. X Kathleen Toth Richard Toth Andy Trebisovsky i?Ql5'S,f.., " "" if ,ii -. ., , ., ' W , 1 . 1 T' Kristine Tuomala Bruce Turrie Christine Tvorik lAnd In Extra School Activities E3 in ' , Diane Tvorik John Urban Carol Vacca Antoinette Vaccaro l l Planning layouts becomes a daily task for Archive senior editors Marianne Balotta and Sharon Jorgensen. Raymond Vajdik Robert Valent Patricia Vallejo Bard VanChantfort Richard Van Oskeuls Mary Lou Vanden Haute Susan Vargo S W we ., 'N i F L F 'ffl' ii Twighla Varner Michael Veale Allen Vensky Albert Veverka Linda Visosky 223 fy- U 1 . 'wg K . :gi , M mg ' T W Carol Vitcha Joyce Wallner 4 -.5 Larry Voglein Gretchen Voll Peggy Walter Magdalena Wandschura ir X ML A ,aae ia 2' 1 X E2 S ae Q N"'e SN rf , L x Class of "63" provided a showcase for Patriot 1 Gaye Wandt Dale Warner Linda Warren trophies' 4 The Memor Of Past Classesi 4f"Sv,..,,fl 'fvlwf ,:'., "Y!'N'UEii..Ei,E4 'gg i -3 ?. , ?'.' .gli '09 , ly' f Pamela Warren Patricia Warren Joyce Waugh Karen Weber Martha Weber I: it W Vince Weber Robert Wehn Rosemary Wendt Janet Werkner Carol Wernig i Gary Weslek . A Carol Westbrook Wayne Wightman Gerald Wilson swf' J- f 'I Y - . . K- N, f 1 -' f . 1- ' -5,5 Agvggfxg I . 4- gfywkq , ,ir-' f 4 .- fl- xi X. E QB , i "The world that is to come' titles the courtyard statue which was Kennard Wilson Cheriesse Winn the gift Of the Class Of 1965- Lingers On In Precious Gifts i Becky Winslow Lawrence Wolanski 3 Richard Wisz Cathy Wiszoky Julie Witkowski James Wohl Robert Wolkan Charles Woller Maryann Woodford Joan Wukovich 2 Cynthia Wulf William Yankee Gary Yano Melanie Yoch -f: wx - .. M5 ,l , ,- Y limi,-lwikimjlx, -1 . 'ii 3 h me , X 54? my ...N . ,.l , M M . N 5, in fiff s 1 K Q i. , ,, I I ii, ' efwig if Robert York William Yurcheshen Nancy Yusi Judith Zambory Seniors Choose Class Colors, Burgundy nd Silver Gregory Zanders Linda Zarko Mg QM ,Q W C ..,. , S L '5 2, i 1 K ixtz Q We M 4 f si 1 5. 3, gi i 0. pi i rl if Mary Anne Zavodny Joan Zdanko M y .21 YS The class colors were displayed in a centerpiece of burgundy and silver 'at 6? the Senior Dance. W .. --,, we . 1 fgtq, , ff' ,::gQ C ' ' ia, fi Mary Ann Zegarac Joan Zehnder 226 y Thomas Zelenka Marlene Zepkin 1 S lil: f l 51 Jim Fuller, Wally Calaway, Bill Gibson, Connie DeOreo, Pam Warren, Roger Harper, Barb Moser, Sharon Bray, and Mike Daniels take time out , I from a Class Advisory Board meeting to pose for a picture. Albert Zernitz Steven Ziats C 6 9 9 y The Song, He, And The Flower, Rose 4 ',. 3 Q ' Barbara Zima Timothy Zingale Joan Zitney 4 Tony Zito "He" and the red rose were chosen by the Senior Class as their Song and flower' Raymond Zizka Andrea Zvolensky 227 'V wr ' x . 1 . 1 . wg: v ,I Q , gl Q A . , x . 4 .Q 3 .Q X r , xv I . A . K l .. . ,X v K A 5 ya 55 Y N V ,SX ski? is . A :sax X S 5 -N M x f f I f 'V 'V E ,vi f - 74' 'WM . R 1 'X 1 Wx, -K 5 y M .2 :vff - Y W Q ..-K , I U Q t I X K x ' 5 sv A m 'f ' A. 'A Y .W x mf k?"1Qf F 7 3 P ' - k ' ' ' E if X Q fi 5 w 'X K X1 Q A. ?N1xJ,,Mfl .'mXi,. X , , N ' A-X' ' N g ' ' 'A A 1 , i E f E 2 ,V X 5 gm iv , , L' '15 inf, -gi-:iiQ 4f,fgxL2'fffgffff1fX4 '- xfmm Q fyf . 1,,, Q, 9 ' jf I -W 4 'V 2 wa 'Qi si Vi-gig ,K xx, ,F J 4, A 5 E-,M , V7.2 I ,H A Av 3 - W 8 -. i K. , 4192 ggi, , ,. f w A 51, I - - Q .X XE, L x A.. M3 , LNB? gag ,N R .Q1h,J ki m 3 W1 , 7, 3 4. is l k- X A ' , :z-n,f Q1Y,-2 -X J' gl".g,.XQ6t'ix2l1"'Qi1 55,5 ,gm 5 naw gkag, M Q, 4' I Q1 ,Q 9 Ng, Q'- H by X Kxmii 6.3, W- m 1 W ' iq if 'H Qi .A .it 9, .wi A A K . ' ,W 0 'Y "L-.Q-1 Qfw' W-2' T .E 2.-5 " :K ,S Q if nl fiiffiii "if: V wi ff f' gi S i 4 gr W 5 3 Q? Q 4 . A Ad, GSX R , 7 -W' 02,3 W ee' as i 'Q-. 3 1. 'x W 21 gi E if i S 1? i S QE . N. Tomorrow We Lead We, the senior class of Valley Forge, have come to another point of diversion on the road of life. As we decide which path to pursue after graduation, the memories of our achievements as a class give us confidence in our abilities to choose wisely. In the three years we have spent at Valley Forge, we have experienced many victories: LEL titles in football, basketball and wrestlingg the superior ratings of our speech classes and musical groups, and the great success of My Fair Lady which led to the production of The Sound of Music. Yet, it is not because of these honors that we cherish Valley Forge. A bus full of CP English students returning from a production of Macbeth, enthusiastic cheering at a crowded lunch table, the five-minute break between classes spent talking to friends in crowded halls-these daily experiences will be missed the most. The spirit of Valley Forge has been strong during the past three years, ". . . and that has made all the difference." 229 lr Editor's Letter In April of last yearetwenty-five enthusiastic but inexperi- enced students were appointed to various positions which they could not accurately define. During the next three lmonths the new staff members learned what would be expected of them in the year to come by working with the previous editors. Formation of the book began during the early weeks of sum- mer vacation. 'The editors met once a week, planning pages and working the theme into their sections. By the time school began most sections were prepared for their final drafting. More difficult phases of yearbook production followed Duri this school ear many important decisions were - D8 Y Q made: hundreds oi' pictures were taken: endless copy was written and revised: captions and headlines were created: proofs were read, corrected and sent back to the printer. Ten months later these efforts resulted in this, your yearbook. I would like to extend my thanks to the dedicated energetic staff with whom I have worked. Hoping to create an outstanding and memorable yearbook, these conscientious people have worked countless hours. ' I would also like to thank Mr. David Smith for his valuable advice, assistance and encouragement: Mr. Paul Retrum of Art- master Printing whose creative and constant supervision has made unbearable tasks bearableg Mr. Edward Bonk of Stan's Studio for his outstanding attention to our photographic needs: Miss Barbara Irwin for helping to design the cover and assisting with layout plans: Mr. Irving Lloyd for his exceptional candid pictures of school life: Mrs. Lillian Heffke our Business Adviser for her able and efficient handling of financial matters: and Miss Suzanne Murphy, our yearbook adviser, who through her patient and tireless direc- tion made this book possible. Work on the 1966 Archive has been rewarding for me both in the personal satisfaction and in the experience gained. I hope the efforts of the staff is proportioned to the enjoyment that the student body will find in reading the book now and in future years. " Waits so ,- ,Q sas-Q ..-'- -1 ...ev1i or . . 5 iffif if , Ei . 1966 Archive Staff Roy Hwsbrook- ....... - ....... - ....... --.Eai:0r-otcheef Barbara Tocci ...... -..---.- .... M, ,.,.,, Literary Editor Jill Trytek .......,..,., ,mm Marianne Balotta Sharon Jorgensen Laura Patchan ..... -.-. ........ Opening Section Editor ..-.-.---.......-.-.-..Se'niof' Editor ......-..-.-.-.-.-......-Senior Editor Underclass Editor Kathy Thompson ..... ---.- ........... Underclass Editor Kevin Harrigan . ....... -.-.-----.-Boys' Sports Editor Judy Eschbach ..... -..- .... - ......... Girk' Sports Editor Diane Blanda - .... -.-.- .... - ........ -.-Activities Editor Terry Smith ........ - ..... - ....... - ........ -Activities Editor Susan Jo Schaefer --..-.- ....... -.- ....... Faculty Editor Jane Kott ..-.- .... ----.-- ....... -..... - .Student Life Judy Goebl ..... . ............. -.- Dyanne Carr ....... Elaine Dunn .... .-..- ....... -.--.--.- .......... -.-. ....-.-..-Typing Editor -..-- ...- --..-..--...--.- ..... .Typist Typist Carol Lord -............ -.- -................ Layout Editor Christine Kozimor .-.-..- .......... Photogmphy Editor Rich Rozman ........ John Setar...- ...,. - .... -.-,.. Roy Hasbrook - .... -.,. .... Head Photographer ...-.- .... - .... Photographer Kevin Harrigan .--.-.--....-.---,,,-.-Photographer James Fuller ............ - ,.............. Coordinating Editor Laurie DuBois --.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.- -..,,,., Index Editor Kay Chandler ....... ,.-.- ..., -.-Q-..-,- ,.., ,.,Wr-iter Debby Ricketts --.... .-., .....-,.. -,- ,,.. -.-.,.W1'iter Holly Shumway ...-.- ........,. - ,.,.,,.. - ..,,.. 8,-,.Writgr Carol Steud -.- .... -.-.--..-....--. .,..... - .......... Writer Mike Kulczycki ..- .... - ..-. - ...- - ....... -.-----.Writer Jacqueline Falkenstein .....--.....-Business Manager Sharon Lawler .-.- ....-... --.Business Staff Member Linda Klnbaum .-,- .... -.-..-Business Staff Member Mary Ann Zavodny ..- .... --Business Staff Member Michael Daniels -se-H .... .. Mrs. Lillian Heffke ..- ....... . Miss Suzanne Murphy ...... .Business Staff Member ....-..-Business Adviser .-.-...Editorial Adviser Facult Index Minerva Alexander - Home Economics, Eastern Michigan Uni- versity, B.S., Junior Red Cross Adviser .................................. 46 Doris Allen-Mathematics, Saint Mary of the Springs Col- lege, Ohio State University, Case Institute of Technology, John Carroll University, Western Reserve University, B.A., B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Math Club Adviser ............................ 43 Michael Barrick - Science, California State College, Ohio State College, Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., Audio Visual Director ..........................................................,................................. 41 Susan Beck-Physical Education, DePauw University, B.A., Girls' Intramurals Adviser .......................,.....,.......................... 48 Deanna Bontempo-fEnglish, Ohio University, A.B., Battle- cry Adviser ....,..................................................,.............................. 28 Vivian Bonza-English, Kent State University, Baldwin-Wal- lace College, B.A. ........,...........................,................................. 26 John Broski-Physical Education, Western Michigan Univer- sity, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A., Varsity Basket- ball Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach ....................,............... 48 Louis Buchanan-Mathematics, Muskingum College, Ohio State University, B.A., M. in Ed. ..........................,............... 42 Kenneth Buser-Mathematics, Cleveland College, Baldwin- Wallace College, Kent State University, Western Reserve Uni- versity, B.S., Lost and Found Adviser ........................ . ..... 43 Mary Ann Buynacek--Business Education, Bowling Green State University, B.S., Assistant Girls' Intramurals Direc- tor .....................,................................................................................ 44 Donna Buys- Spanish, Ohio State University, B.S., Xanthian Y-Teens Adviser .......................................................................... 38 Ronald Calabria-Distributive Education, University of South- ern California, Akron University, Kent State University, B.S., DECA Adviser, Assistant Varsity Football Coach .......... 33, 109 Linda Callan - English, Saint Mary of the Springs College, Pennsylvania State University, Buffalo State University, B.A., M. in Ed., Junior Class Adviser .............................................. 26 Joseph Carlo - Social Studies, Baldwin-Wallace College, West- ern Reserve University, A.B., M.A., Faculty Manager of Athletics ................................................... ....... ................................ 3 2 Loren Castor-Mathematics, Chairman, Ohio State Univer- sity, Muskingum College, Kent State University, Baldwin-Wal- lace College, B.S., M. in Ed., Math Club Adviser ............ 42 Mary Chambers-Latin, Ursuline College, Western Reserve University, University of Arizona, B.A., M.A., Latin Club Adviser ..................................................................,......................... 39 Helen Chase-Business Education, Kent State University, B.S., M.A., BLVF Adviser .......................................................... 44 Donna Cline-Business Education, Ohio State University, Kent State University, Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A., Girls' Intra- mural Bowling Adviser ................................................................ 45 Virgil Cocklin--Industrial Education, Kent State University, Vocational Education Certificate .............................................. 33 Ronald Courey - Social Studies, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, B.A., Junior Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach ...................................... 31 Robert Cowden- Music, Muskingum College, Kent State Uni- versity, B. in Music Ed., M. in Ed. .......,,...............,................. 47 Judith Crockett-English, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., Literary Magazine Adviser ................................ 27 Phylis Culp-English, Social Studies, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., Girls' Intramural Bowling Adviser 27 Richard Curren-English, Mount Union College, Geneva College, B.A. .........................,........................................................ 26 James Demetriu- Industrial Education, Baldwin-Wallace Col-' lege, Kent State University, B.A. .......................................... 35 Donald Dinsmore - Social Studies, Kent State University, Uni- versity of Michigan, B.A., M.A., NHS Adviser, Canteen Com- mittee Adviser .............................................................................. 31 Thomas Dunford-English, Chairman, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Senior Class Adviser ........ 27, '71 Freda Elkins- Mathematics, Concord College, Beckley Col- lege, Marshall University, Kent State University, A.B., B.S...42 John Elliot- Music, Chairman, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, Eastern Michigan University, B.M.E., M.E., Choral Music Adviser, Madrigal Singers Adviser .................. 47 James Fritzsche-Physical Education, Chairman, Ohio State University, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, B.A., M.E., Boys, Leaders Adviser, Head Varsity Football Coach, Head Golf Coach .............................................................. 49 231 Frank Germane- Attendance Assistant, Brigham Young Uni- versity, Western Reserve University, A.B., M.A. ................ 00 Barbara Greider- English, Wittenberg University, B.S. in Ed., Debate Team Coach, National Forensic League Adviser..28 Donald Griffing-Industrial Education, Youngstown Univer- sity, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Boys' Intramural Tennis Adviser ........................................................ 33 David Grodhaus-Social Studies, chairman, Bowling Green State University, B.A., B.S. in Ed., M.A., Paperback Book- store Manager ...................,............................................................ 30 Carl Grolle-Industrial, Education, Kent State University, Vocational Education Certificate, Radio and Electronics Ex- perimental Club Adviser ............................................................ 34 Harriet Hall- Health and Physical Education, Bowling Green State University, B.S., Assistant Cheerleaders Adviser, Girls' Boosters Co-Adviser .................................................................... 49 Carolyn Hanser -Counselor, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed. .................................................................. 23 Alfred Heffke-Industrial Education, Baldwin-Wallace Col- lege, Kent -State University, Western Reserve University, B.A. .................................................................................................... 33 Carolyn Hessert - Social Studies, Ohio State University, Bald- win-Wallace College, A.B., Student Council Adviser ............ 30 Daria Holubec - Social Studies, Foreign Language, Kent State University, Western Reserve University, John Carroll Univer- sity, B.A., M.A., Russian Club Adviser .................................. 39 Barbara Horrigan-English, Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A., Sophomore Class Adviser .......................................................... 27 Ronald Jeffrey-German, Bowling Green State University, University of Illinois, University of Salzburg, B.S., German Club Adviser .................................................................................. 39 Barbara Jender-Business Education, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Bus. Ad. ............................................,....... 45 Jack Jisa-Industrial Education, Miami University, B.S. in Ed., M.E. in Ed. .................................................................. ........ 3 4 Robert Jones-Industrial Education, Chairman, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Supervision of Administration, Radio and Electronics Experimental Club Adviser .............. 33 Ruth Kadow-Business Education, Kent State University, University of Arizona, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Notehand Club Adviser ............................................................................................ 44 David Kaiser-Mathematics, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kent State University, B.S., Bowling Coach, Assistant Boys' Intra- murals Director ...................................................................... 42, 126 Thelma Kanaris-Foreign Language, Chairman, Ohio Univer- sity, University of Notre Dame, Sorbonne, University of Besancon, A.B. ................................................................................ 38 James Kerschbaum-Science, Bowling Green State Univer- sity, John Carroll University, B.S. in Ed. ............................ 40 Helen Keys- English, West Virginia Institute of Technology, Columbia University, Ohio State University, A.B. ............ 27 Barbara King-Physical Education, Miami University, B.S. in Ed., Girls' Intramurals Adviser ..............................,............. 49 Thelma Knerr - Librarian, Capital University, Ohio State Uni- versity, Kent State University, A.B., M.A. .............................. 29 Valerie Konzen-English, Ohio University, Kent State Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed. .................................................................... 27 232 Gloria Kopen- English, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed...28 Lillian Korba - English, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed., Archive Business Adviser .................................. 28 Robert Kovacs - Industrial Education, Kent State University, B.S., Automotives Club Adviser .............................................. 35 Vern Kraushaar - Social Studies, DePauw University, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A., LL.B., Triton .Hi-Y Adviser, Student Council Co-Adviser ........................................................ 30 Rose Marie Krempasky - Business Education, Kent State Uni- versity, Youngstown University, B.S. in Ed., BLVF Adviser..45 Frank Kroggel-Art, Cleveland Institute of Art, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A. .............................. Not Pictured Barbara Krueger-Business Education, Valparaiso Univer- sity, Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A., BLVF Adviser ........ 44 William Kuttler-Counselor, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Bowling Coach ..........................,........,,,....,...., 25 David Laurenzi-Assistant Principal, Bowling Green State University, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A. ............ 19 Eleanor Major -Counselor, Kent State University, University of Minnesota, B.S., M. in Ed. .........................................,...... 25 Thomas Malone-Social Studies, Defiance College, B.S. in Ed. .,...................................................................,................................ 30 Jacquelin Mayer-English, Edinboro State College, North Western University, Penn State University, B.S. in Ed., M.A. in Theatre, National Thespian Society Adviser .....,.............. 00 Willard Mechem-Social Studies, Russian, Michigan State University, Syracuse University, Saint Mary's College, San Antonio College, U.S. Armed Forces Institute, University of Michigan, Dartmouth College, B.A. in Ed., Russian Club Adviser ............................................................................................ 38 Robert Mindek - Science, Baldwin-Wallace College, John Car- roll University, Northwestern University, B.S., M.A., Cross Country Coach ....,........................................................................... 41 Edward Montgomery- Industrial Education, Kent State Uni- versity, Vocational Education Certificate .............................. 35 Robert Mueller-Social Studies, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed. ................................................................................................ 30 Suzanne Murphy-English, Kent State University, B.S. in Ed., Archive Adviser ............................................................................ 28 Cynthia Nelson- English, Wittenberg University, B.S. in Ed. .................................................................................................... 27 Sue Nelson-Spanish, Linfield College, B.A., Spanish Club Adviser .........................................,.................................................. 38 Kenneth Noetzel-Business Education, Ohio University, B.S.C., Battlecry Business Adviser ........................................................ 45 Patricia Noon- Social Studies, Ohio University, Western Re- serve University, John Carroll University Summer Institute, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Girls' Intramurals Adviser ...................... 30 Jo Ann Onusko - English, California State College, B.S ..... 26 Stanley Parrish-Social Studies, Physical Education, Bald- win-Wallace College, Kent State University, A.B., M. in Ed., Athletic Trainer, Equipment Manager ..................,................. 48 Thomas Pecosh-Industrial Education, California Teachers College, West Virginia University, B.S., M.A. .................... 34 David Petrella - Music, Baldwin-Wallace College, Western Re- serve University, B. in Music Ed., M.A., Patriot Marching Band Director .........................,..............,.......,..., ,.,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,..,,. 4 7 Leslie Phillips - Business Education, Ohio University, Western Reserve University, B.S.C. ........................................................ 45 Diane Pietro - English, Bowling Green State University, B.S. .............................................................................,...................... 28 James Pike-Science, Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A., Cen- turian Hi-Y Adviser, Planetarium Director ................,......... 40 Myra Pinkley - Home Economics, Kent State University, B.S., Home Economics Club Adviser .................................................. 46 Edward Potokar -- English, Ohio University, John Carroll Uni- versity, B.F.A., M.A., Play Production Director, Producer- Director Parma Educational Television ................................., 28 Glenn Preising-Physical Education, Kent State University, Syracuse University, B.A., M. in Ed., Head Junior Varsity Football Coach, Boys' Intramurals Director .......................... 49 Ronald Rainey -- Industrial Education, Kent State University, B.S.E., Automotives Club Adviser .........,,,.,.,,.,,,,..,....,.,.,.,....,, 34 Robert Ramlow--Physical Education, Bowling Green State University, B.A., M.A., Lettermen Club Adviser, Ski Club Adviser, Boys' Leaders Adviser, Varsity Football Coach, As- sistant Track Coach ...............................................,.......... , .......,. 49 Janetqlteadence - Counselor, Wittenberg University, Miami University, Ball State Teachers College, John Carroll Univer- sity, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed. ......................,.....,.....,............,...... 24 Richard Reusch-Counselor, Gannon College, John Carroll University, Kent State University, B.S., M.A. ........................ 24 James Riha- Science, University of Notre Dame, Kent State University, B.S., M.E., Junior Varsity Basketball Coach, Tennis Coach .................................................................. ....... ....................... 4 1 Steve Rudo-Industrial Education, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., Varsity Wrestling Coach, Varsity Baseball Coach .... 35, 69 Audus Runyan-Drivers Training, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, Wayne State University, Kent State University, M. in Ed. ...............................,....................,....,..................,,.......... 33 Judith Sander-Home Economics, Muskingum College, B.A., FNC Adviser .................................................................................. 46 Walter Schlemmer - Mathematics, College of Steubenville, Fenn College, University of Akron, Louisiana State University, B.S., M.A., Key Club Adviser ......................................,............. 42 Joanne Schneider-Spanish, Wittenberg University, B.A., Spanish Club Adviser ..............................................,,i.,...,,........,. 39 William Schreiner-Science, Chairman, Muskingum College, University of Cincinnati, Case Institute of Technology, Kent State University, Colorado State University, Wooster College, B.S., M.E. in Ed., City Chairman of Science ....................,... 40 Richard Shaw--Mathematics, Ohio State University, Miami University, Kent State University, Bowdoin College, B.S. in Ed. ................................................................................................ 43 Lucille Shillat- Social Studies, College of William and Mary, Tulane University, Western Reserve University, B.A., M.A., Council on Human Relations Adviser ...................................... 31 James Shipman-Business Education, Fenn College, Western Reserve University, B.B.A., M.B.A., Senior Class Business Adviser ....................................................,....................................... 44 Sarah Shuck-English, Otterbein College, Bowling Green State University, B.A., Girls' Intramurals Adviser, Y-Teens Adviser ................. , ....,..... .............................................. N ot Pictured Anna Jean Slater- Science, Ohio University, Kent State Uni- versity, Western Reserve University, Marshall University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Science Project Day Adviser, Natural Science Club Adviser ....................... ......... ....................................... ,..........,. 4 0 David Smith-Principal, Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., M.A. .................................................................................................. 18 Margie Smith--Social Studies, Librarian, Ohio University, Ohio State University, A.B., M.A. .............,............................ 32 Ronald Smith - Mathematics, Mount Union College, B.S ..... 42 Carole Snoddy-- Social Studies, Librarian, Ohio State Univer- sity, B.S., Library Pages Adviser ....,................................... 32 Bernard Specht-Art, Chairman, Cleveland Institute of Art, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.A., FTA Adviser, Stage Crew Director ................................................................................,. 47 John Spinner--Counselor, Loras College, Northern Illinois University, Ohio University, B.A., M. in Ed. .......................... 23 David Straight-Business Education, Chairman, Ohio State University, Kent State University, B.S. in Bus. Ed., M.A. in Bus. Ed. .......................................................................................... 45 Donald Strater- Science, Miami University, B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed., Science Project Day Adviser .............................................. 40 Katherine Szmagala-German, Mathematics, Misericordia Col- lege, B.A. ...................................................................................... 39 Gladys Taliak- Home Economics, Chairman, Muskingum Col- lege, B.A., B.S. ............................................,................................. 46 Douglas Thompson-Science, University of North Carolina, Western Reserve University, B.S., M.S. ................................ 40 Ronald Tvorik-- Driver Education, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed., Youth Traffic Council Adviser ............ 35 John Uhlin-Science, Ohio State University, Xavier Univer- sity, Ohio Wesleyan University, Hebrew Union College, John Carroll University, University of Cincinnati, B.A., Boys' Intra- mural Bowling Adviser ................................................................ 41 Janice Viscomi-English, Western Reserve University, B.A., Literary Magazine Adviser ........................................................ 27 Nancy Volpe-Social Studies, Wayne State University, A.B...31 Marsha Wadd-Physical Education, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., Varsity Cheerleaders Adviser, Girls' Leaders Adviser .... 49 Sandra Way-Social Studies, French, Muskingum College, B.A., Girls' Boosters Adviser .................................................... 39 Jean Weber -English, Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A. ...... 27 Harry Wilcoxon-Administrative Assistant Director of Guid- ance, Ball State Teachers College, Western Reserve Univer- sity, B.S., M.A. .............................................................................. 23 Irene Wolchuk--Science, Western Reserve University, John Carroll University, B.A. .............................................................. 41 Robert Wright - Business Education, Industrial Education, Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S., Wrestling Coach.. 44 Jerry Younger - English, Baldwin-Wallace College, B.A., Var- sity Football Coach, Junior Varsity Baseball Coach ............ 28 Anthony Zack- Industrial Education, West Virginia Institute of Technology, West Virginia University, B.S., M.A. .......... 35 233 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. ARCHIVE PATRON S Theodore Adams Jack Baird Merle Baker John Balogh O. J. Balotta Walter Baranuk Grace and Warren Barber Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bene Albert Benke Joseph T. Bishop Arthur H. Blondin, Jr. Robert J. Bray Ernest Brooks Emory Brozak Charles R. Burgess W. F. Calaway, Sr. Mrs. Winifred B. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Callaghan Millard C. Carr Nicklas Chubokas Hugo Cioletti Arthur Coates Dan R. Connor Leonard G. Cosby Julia and Sullivan Costanzo Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Al and Anna Cal Craig Leon F. Dagnan Howard F. Dahn Ernst Daniels Joseph Daransky Davis Mayor and Mrs. James W. Day Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Deacon James W. Decker Ray De0reo Nelson W. Dinse William R. Dodick Joseph W. Drago Gilbert A. Droll George W. Duke Everett E. Ellinwood Jacob G. Falkenstein Ralph M. Felice Frank G. Filous Fred Fischer Edward Flegel Joseph Flick Gerald F. Franklin Robert Fricker Norman J. Fuller Norbert J. Gartman Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Glennon Robert R. Godman Michael Goebl E. L. Goodwin Clayton R. Gradine Lyle Gravatt Lawrence L. Gray John Gresko Stanley Grigas Dean Haberkost Hannan Eugene M. Hardy Leroy J. Hasbrook Chester J. Haug G. E. Henninger Alfred P. Herman William Hill, Jr. George E. Hodge Albert Holm James Horvath Norman Hulec W. H. Hunt Frank J. Ivancic Peter S. Jacobs Mrs. Elsie Jalovec Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony and Mr . and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jarmusik J. E. Jarvis Robert E. Jones Chester Jorgensen Reinhold Kader B. F. Kamps Betty . Karnowski Paul Katzan William P. Kepes Lloyd A. Kibler A. L. Kinbaum Robert A. Kinsman Ernest J. Kirstein Frank Kish George Kish Eugene Kolibaba John R. Komar Harry A. Kopp Stanley Kozik Joseph Kroboth G. Kronenberger Joseph F. Kulcsar George and Stella Lacek Mr. and Mrs. William C. Lamb Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Lanzer Larry Latine Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. ARCHIVE PATRONS Stanley Lawicki R. Leahy Ernest J. Lempner Peter A. Lerch Louis G. Lignos Sergei Loika Warren H. Lowdermilk George M. Lucas Robert B. Lutz Ansel MacGeorge J. J. Mackert Mr. Gene Makoski Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Malek Edwyn J. Malusky Mr. and Mrs. William McCleave Mr. and Mrs. Alexander T. McCulloch Loftin and Eleanor Melhuish Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Stephen Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mary A. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Metz Richard H. Meyer Kenneth Mohler Monoc Ellis H. Moose, Jr. Carl M. Moser Herman C. Myers Charles E. Necker Louis E. Nehez William V. Nelson Charles E. Nevins Newell Richard J. Nicholson Lester W. Niedhammer Stephen Noll Robert P. Obenauer Emil H. Orenick Irvin and Elizabeth Ornas Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 0'Donnell Wesley H. Painting Steven Pawuk Randolph F. Pekar William B. Peresta Carl J. Pike Andrew M. Pipoly J. W. Plachy Laddie Planicka Ronald and June Platten Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Pocztar Frank P. Pollack Edward Pragg H. M. Prakope Milton Przybys Daniel J. Pyne Nick Radlick Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Dan Olin Ratzloff Kenneth M. Rea Lewis Richardson Roger Sahley C. E. Sams William J. Sanders Joseph C. Scavone Joseph Schaefer John F. Schmidt Harold O. Schubert Vincent Senesi John Setar C. B. Sheridan George F. Sluss Ralph Smeal Gordon T. Smith Dewey Snowden Joseph and Eva Soltesz Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Thiel Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Sonneborn, Sr A. J. Soppelsa Norman Speers 4 Howard P. Steck Michael E. Stinich Charles J. Stoddard- Edward Swiatek Ben Szumski Edward J. Takesky Carl W. Thomas Earl 0. Thompson Paul Titus John E. Toth Richard W. Toth Andrew Valent Joseph J. Vargo Alex R. Vensky Albert Veverka Nick Voglein B. Wallner John G. Warner G. M. Weber Joseph Werkner Paul R. Weslek William E. Westbrook John Witkowski William F. Wohlgemuth William R. Yankee Fred S. Yano George D. York Andrew Zvolensky Albert E. Zernitz Linda Abens. "Lin" - Anvil Sta!! 2,43 Future Teachers of America 4. Jerry Abraham - Automotive Club 4. Grace Ackerman. "Tiger" - Boosters 23 Intramurals 2.8. Cheryl Adair - Boosters 23 Intramurals 2.8.4. Richard Adams - A Cappella Choir 43 Baseball 2.3.43 'Basketball 23 Boys' Glee Club 2,83 Football 23 Lettermen 4. Susan Aiello - Anvil Sta!! 4, artlst3 Block Club 43 Boosters 43 Battlecry Staff 4. artist3 Intramurals 2.8.43 Student Council 2,83 Xanthian Y-Teens 8.4. Linda Alston Nick Amaddio Gary Amore Andrew Andolina. "Drew"-John Marshall 2.8. George Arcnachield - Intramurals 2.4. Jacqueline Armstrong. "Jsckie. James Annstrong. "J im" - Distributive Ed- ucation Club of America 43 Track 2.8.4. Susanne Arndt. "Suzie" - A Cappella Choir 4, treasurerg Boosters 2,43 Buckeye Girls' State 83 'Business Leaders 2,83 Cheer- leaders 2.3.4, historian 2. president 4. cap- tain 43 Girls' Choir 2.3. treasurer 23 Girls' Leaders 43 Intramurals 2.4. National Honor Society 8.4. John Atamanec William Auvil, "Mr. Will"- Football 2.8.43 Intramurals 2. Distributive Education Club of America 4. Stanley Babic. "Stan" - West High 2. Alan Bachner -- Audio Visual Aid Crew 2.8.4, assistant crew chief 83 Crew Chief 43 Key Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Radio Club 2.3.4. president 3. John Baird. "Rick" - Boosters 8,43 Intra- murals 43 Key Club 43 Triton Hi-Y 3.43 Wrestling 2.8.4. Patricia Baker. "Pst" - Spanish Club 2.8. Senior Index Joyce Balint - Anvil Staff 2.8.4. business editor 43 Boosters 23 Business Leaders 2.83 Girls' Choir 43 Girls' Chorus 23 Girls' Glee 83 Office Pages 43 Home Economics Club 8.4. Kathleen Balogh, "Kathy" - Business Leaders 8. Marianne Bslotta-Brooklyn High School 23 Anvil Staff 8.43 Archive Staff 4, Senior Editor3 Battlecry Staff 3.4. Reporter 8. Page-one Editor 43 Block Club 43 Boost- ers 3,43 Future Teachers of America 8.43 Intramurals 43 Latin Club 83 Library Pages 33 National Honor Society 43 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Kathleen Banker. "Kathy" Gregory Barber. "Greg" - Boosters 2.8.43 Football 8,43 Intramurals 3.43 Key Club 43 Lettemien 3.4, President 43 National Honor Society 3.43 Olympian Hi-Y 3.4. President 43 Ski Club 43 Track 2.3.4. Samuel Barile. "Sam" - Boosters 3.43 In- tramurals 43 Key Club 3,43 Ski Club 3.43 Tennis 3.43 Centurian Hi-Y 3.4, Treas- urer 4. George Baronak - Boosters 43 Cross-Coun- try 2.8.43 Captain 43 Intramurals 3.43 Lettermen 8.43 Ski Club 3.43 Tennis 43 Track 2.8. David Barry Philip Bartek - Football 3. Barbara Bartell, "Barb" -- Sophomore Class Vice-President3 Block Club 43 Boosters 2.83 Canteen Committee 33 Girls' Choir 8.43 Girls' Glee 23 Intramurals 23 Na- tional Thespian Society 8.43 Student Council 3,43 Xanthisn Y-Teens 4. Carol Bartlett Linda Barto John Basehore - Baseball 8.43 Football 2.4. Dennis Batig. "Denny" Barry Bauer - Intramurals 2,43 National Honor Society 43 Notehand Club 4. William Becka. "Bill" Thomas Becker. "Tom" - Boosters 43 Foot- ball 2.83 Manager 2.83 Centurian Hi-Y 43 Wrestling 2.8. Sharon Bedevelsky - Block Club 43 Boost- ers 2.8.43 Student Council 23 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. William Bedillion. "Bill" Barbara Belskis. "Barb" - Battlecry Staff 3.43 Block Club 43 Boosters 43 Debate Team 23 Girls' Choir 43 Girls' Glee 33 Intramurals 3,43 Library Pages 83 Paper- back Bookstnre 83 Russian Club 3,43 Stu- dent Council 43 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Patricia Bene, "Pat" -- St. Michael's 23 Boosters 43 Intramurals 43 Math Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Ski Club 3. Susan Benedict, "Sue" - Block Club 43 Boosters 2.3.41 Intramurals 8,43 Xanthian Y-Teens 2.8.43 Student Council 8. Elaine Bcnich "Lon" - Audio Visual Aid Crew 33 Office Pages 2.8.43 Student Coun- cil 3. Linda Benke - Anvil Staff 43 Latin Club 2.3.4. Office Pages 83 Ski Club 2.8.4. Cheryl Bennett - Future Nurses Club 8.4. treasurer 43 Girls' Glee Club 3.43 National Honor Society 4. Barbara Bentler. "Barb" - Boosters 2,83 Future Nurses Club 2.83 Future Teachers of America 43 German Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Ski Club 8. Noreen Berna - Clinic Aides 8.43 Future Nurses Club 2.3.43 Girls' Chorus 23 Girls' Glee 83 Girls' Choir 4. Janet Bernaekl - Boosters 83 Clinic Aides 43 Future Nurses Club 2,83 Intramurals 2. Barbara Bernot. "Barb" - Block Club 43 Boosters 2.8.43 Future Teachers of Amer- ica 43 Girls' Glee 2.83 Intramurals 2.8.43 Spanish Club 83 Xanthian Y-Teens 43 Notehand Club 4. Evelyn Bevier, "Ev" Robert Bielswski -- Boys' Interscholastic Bowling 4: Intramurals 2.3.43 Track 2. Senior boys try to stretch the five minute break between classes. 236 Ellen Bier - Block Club 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Library Pages 2.43 Home Economics Club 4. Joseph Bishop - Intramurals 2. Ralph Bittel - Marching Band 2.8.43 Na- tional Honor Society 43 Symphonic Band 8.43 Concert Band 2. Dale Bittner Wayne Blabolil - Concert Band 2.83 Cross- Country 2.43 Marching Band 2.83 National Honor Society 43 Track 2.3.43 Chemistry Club 2. Ross Black - Boosters 23 Intramurals 2.3.43 Latin Club 4, treasurer: Marching Band 2.3.43 National Honor Society 43 Orches- tra 2.S,43 Symphonic Band 2.8.4. presi- dent3 Wrestling 8.4. Diane Blanda - Archive Staff 4, activities editorp Boosters 23 Buckeye Girls' State 83 Council on Human Relations 8.4. treas- urer 43 Future Teachers of America 8.4. vice-president 8. president 43 Intramurals 83 Math Club 43 National Honor Society 3.43 Paperback Bookstore 8.43 Russian Club 2.43 Home Economics Club 8. Arlhur Blondin Michael Bodnar. "Mike" - Strongsville High 23 Intramurals 4. Joseph Bogar. "Joe" Bogie. Marybeth Bogeseh - Anvil Staff 8.4. editor- in-chief 43 Ars Medica 2.33 Boosters 2.33 Council on Human Relations 43 Future Teachers of America 8,43 Girls' Choir 43 Girls' Glee Club 2.83 Latin Club 8.43 Home Economics 8.4. Dan Bonfield -- Intramurals 2,83 National Honor Society 4. Joseph Bogar "Jos" - Business Leaders 43 Library Pages 2.4. Gary Bolenski Thomas Bores, "Tom" - Wrestling 2. Sandra Bozik. "Sandy" Barbara Brada Patricia Brand - Boosters 43 Future Teachers of America 3.4, secretary 43 Ger- man Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Orchestra 2.3.4. Sharon Bray - Ars Medica 2. secretary- treasurer3 Boosters 3.43 Class Advisory Board 43 Girls' Leaders 43 Intramurals 43 Latin Club 8.43 Marching Band 23 Na- tional Honor Society 8.4. treasurer 43 Orchestra 2.8.43 Symphonic Band 2. Robert Brent -- Battlecry Staff 4, reporter3 Intramurals 2.3.43 Wrestling 43 Track 4. Ted Broom - John Marshall 2,33 Automo- tives Club 43 Boys' Glee Club 4. Daniel Brown. "Dan" - Basketball 2. Janet Brown - Football Queen Attendant 43 Block Club 43 Boosters 23 Canteen Com- mittee 33 Distributive Education Club of America 43 Intramurals 23 Ski Club 23 Student Council 2.8,43Xanthian Y-Teens 2. Nancy Brownfield Monica Brozak - Boosters 2,43 Council on Human Relations 23 Future Teachers ol America 43 German Club 43 Girls' Leaders 3,43 Intramurals 8.43 National Honor Soci- ety 43 Ski Club 8.43 Student Council 2.8. Robert Burg. "Bob" - Concert Band 23 Marching Band 2. Bradley Burgess. "Brad" -- Junior Class presidentg Senior Class presidant3 Boosters 33 National Honor Society 8.43 Triton Hi-Y 2.3.43 Track 2.3.4. Ann Burhoe - Anvil Staff 43 Council on Human Relations 43 Latin Club 2.43 Ns- tional Honor Society 43 Paperback Book- store 4. Donna Burke - Block Club 4, president: Boosters 2.8.4: Girls' Choir 2.8.4: Intra- murals 2,8.4: Ski Club 2: Student Council 2: Xanthian Y-Teens 2.4. Jane Burnell -- Elmira Free Academy 2: Boosters 8. Shirley Busch - Boosters 2.8: Future Teachers of America 2.8: Girls' Leaders 8.4: Intramurals 8: National Honor Soci- ety 8.4. George Bush - Intzamurals 4. Wallis Calswsy. "Wally" - Boosters 3.4: Class Advisory Board 4: Football 8.4: Intramurals 8: Key Club 8: Lettermen 3.4. vice-president 4: National Honor Soci- ety 3.4. president 4: Olympian Hi-Y 8.4. treasurer 4: Track 2.8.4. Elizabeth Caldwell - Clinic Aides 8.4: Girls' Chorus 2.8. Shirley Callaghan - Archive Staff 4. writer: Future Nurses Club 4: Girls' Choir 3.4: Girls' Glee Club 2: National Honor Society 4. Dale Cardwell - A Cappella Choir 2: Spanish Club 8: Co-Operative Office Prac- tice 4. president. Dyanne Csrr - Archive Staff 4, typist: Clinic Aides 4: Future Nurses Club 8.4, secretary 4: Intramurals 8.4: Library Pages 3.4. Carolyn Csrretta - Girls' Glee 2.8: Intra- murals 2.3,4: Paperback Bookstore 2.8. Kathleen Carroll. "Kathy" John Casale Lynne Casey Joan Cassese - Boosters 2: Girls' Chorus 2: Intramurals 2. Michael Chaky. "Mike" - National Honor Society 4. George Chanter. "Ted" - Intramurals 2.4: Track 2.8.4. Diana Chapman - Library Pages 4: Note- hand Club 4. Geraldine Chappell, "Gerry" - Boosters 4: Business Leaders 4: Girls' Choir 2.8.4: Office Pages 4: Orchestra 2.8.4: Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Came Cheris Janette Childs. "Jan" - American Field Service 8.4: Boosters 2: Girls' Leaders 8.4: Intramurals 8: Office Pages 2.8: Ski Club 8: Student Council 8.4. Christine Chmielewski. "Chris" -- Boosters 2.8.4: Intramurals 2: Paperback Book- store 2: Spanish Club 2: Student Council 8. Marlene Chrewan - German Club 4: Girls' Choir 4: National Honor Society 4: Note- hand Club 4. Susan Christian. "Sus" - Boosters 2: Future Teachers of America 2: German Club 4: Intramurals 8: Orchestra 2. Rosemarie Chubokas Renato Cimmino - German Club 4, presi- dent: National Honor Society 3.4. Cheryl Cloletti - Office Pages 8. Patricia Ciolettl. "Pat" - Boosters 2. Joyce Clark - Boosters 4: Home Economic Club 4. Gregory Coates, "Greg" - Wrestling 2. Larry Coates - Audio Visual Aid Crew 2: Otflce Pages 2: Stage Crew 8.4. Marlene Cochran Douglas Colaric. "Doug" - Boosters 2.3.4: Boys' Glee Club 2.3: Intramurals 2.3,4: Key Club 2.8: Triton Hi-Y 8.4. Donna Cole - Anvil Staff 8: Boosters 8: Future Teachers of America 4: German Club 4: National Honor Society 4: Stu- dent Council 2. Christine Colonns. "Chris" James Comienski - Boys' Glee Club 2.8.4: Math Club 8.4: Youth Traffic Council 4: Science Club 8.4. Cheryl Connor Christopher Conover - Basketball 2: Tennis 8. Carla Conway - Boosters 2: Girls' Chorus 2.3,4: Xanthian Y-Teens 2. Cynthia Cook. "Cy" - A Cappella Choir 4: Business Leaders 3: Girls' Choir 2.8: Home Economics Club 8.4. Ronald Cooper - Boys' Leaders 4: Foot- ball 2,3.4: Lettermen 3.4: Wrestling 2.8.4. Thomas Cooper Cheryl Coppella - Intramurals 2: Spanish Club 2.8: Office Pages 4. Kathleen Cosby. "Katie" - Boosters 3.4: Concert Band 2: German Club 4: Junior Red Cross 4: Marching Band 2: Office Pages 4: Home Economics Club 8.4. Gary Costanzo Alan Coyner - Boosters 4: Concert Band 2: Marching Band 2.3.-1: National Honor Society 4: Natural Science Club 3.4: Cer- turian Hi-Y 4: Notehand Club 4: Sym- phonic Band 8.4. Cal Craig - Intramurals 2.3.4. Ernest Csire, "Ernie"-Football 2.3.4: In- tramurals 2,3: Boys' Glee 2. Nancy Custer Rosanne Dsgsta Michael Dagnan - Football 2.3.4: Intra- murals 2,3.4: Track 2.8. Leslie Dahn. "Les" -- Junior Class treas- urer: Senior Class treasurer: Future Teachers of America 3.4: Latin Club 2.8.4. vice-president 8.4: National Honor Society 3.4. social chairman 3.4: Ski Club 2.8.4. president 4: Student Council 2.8.4: treas- urer 4: Spanish Club 2.3. James Dalessandro. "Jim" -- Cross Country 2.8: Triton Hi-Y 4: Wrestling 2.8.4. Daisy Danelishen James Dsnelishen. "Jim" Intramurals 2. Michael Daniels. "Mike" - Archive Staff 4: Boosters 3.4. secretary 4: Class Advisory Board 4: Debate Team 4: Key Club 4: Lcttermen 4: National Forensic League 4: Student Council 4: Tennis 2.3.43 Wrestling 4: Archon Hi-Y 8.4. president 8. Diane Darsnsky - Evergreen Park High 2: Boosters 4: Future Nurses Club 8.4: Girls' Leaders 4: National Honor Society 4: Ski Club 4: Spanish Club 3. Kathleen Darmstadt. "Kathy" - Boosters 4: Home Economics Club 4. Diane Davis - Bsttlecry Staff 4. artist: Block Club 4: Boosters 2: Canteen Gom- mittee 2: Future Nurses Club 2.8.4: In- tramurals 2.8.4: Xanthian Y-Teens 2.4. Gary Davis - Intramurals 2.3. Gregory Davis. "Greg" - Debate Team 4: Intramurals 4: National Forensic League 4. James Day -- Debate Team 4: German Club 4: Golf 2.3: Intramurals 2.3.4. National Forensic League 4. Connie De Oreo - Block Club 4: Boosters 2.3.4: Class Advisory Board 4: Battlecry Staff 4, typist: Concert Band 2: Future Teachers of America 4: Girls' Choir 2.3.4, secretary 4: Intramurals 4: Latin Club 4: Marching Band 2: National Honor Soci- ety 4: Student Council 4: Xanthian Y- Teens 2.3.4. social chairman 4. A member of the track team begins track practice early in March. Linda Deacon -- Block Club 4: Boosters 2.8: Bsttlecry Staff 2.8.4. assistant page one editor 8, editor-in-chief 4: Girls' Leaders 8.4. president 4: Intramurals 2.8.4: Ns- tional Honor Society 8.4: Xanthian Y- Teens 2:3.4. vice-president 4. Linda Dech - Anvil Staff 4: Block Club 4: National Honor Society 4: Xanthian Y- Teena 4. John Decker - A Cappella Choir 3.4: Anvil Staff 3: Boys' Glee Club 2: Madrigal Club 4. John Deglrolsmo - Intramurals 2.3: Radio Club 3. Germaine Deli. "Genie" -- Anvil Staff 8.4: Future Teachers of America 4: Girls' Choir 4: Girls' Chorus 2: Girls' Glee 8: Intramurals 4: Russian Club 2. Walter Demian Donna Demko - Football Queen Attendant 4: Boosters 2: Girls' Glee 2: Girls' Leaders 4: Intramurals. 2.4: National Honor Soci- ety 4: Ski Club 4: Student Council 2. Charlcen Deucher, "Char" - Battlecry Staff 4. reporter: Boosters 8.4: Home Economics Club 4. Margaret Dcvera. "Peggy" Bernadette Devlin. "Bernie" Cesidio Di Benedetto, "Chester" Bernard Diable. "Bernie" Gary Dillon. "Car" Karen Dinse,-A Cappella Choir 4: Boosters 2.3: Girls' Choir 3: Girls' Glee 2: Intra- murals 2.8: National Thespian Society 2: Ski Club 2: Student Council 8. Gerald Docktor, "Jerry" - Padua 2. Susan Dodlck. "Sue" - Office Pages 4. Richard Dominick. "Rich" Margaret Dowdell. "Margie" - Business Leaders 8.4: Council on Human Relations 4: Girls' Chorus 2. Joseph Drago. "Joe" - Baseball 2.4: Foot- ball 3.4: Intramurals 2.8.4: Lettermen 8.4: Wrestling 2.8.4. Janis Droll- Nazareth Academy 2: Future Nurses Club 8.4: Office Pages 8.4: Home Economics Club 4. Dawn Drumm - Northwestem High 2.3: Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Thomas Duffy Marcia Duke - A Cappella Choir 4: Archive Staff 3. underclass editor: Assembly Com- mittee 8.4, chairman 4: Boosters 2.8.4: Concert Band 2: Girls' Choir 2.8: Intra- murals 8.4: Marching Band 2.8.4: Student Council 2.8: Symphonic Band 8.4: Xan- thian Y-Teens 2.8.4, treasurer 8. program chairman 4. Dianne Dumford - Office Pages 3.4. Elaine Dunn - Archive Staff 4, typist: Boosters 2: Girls' Chorus 2: Business Leaders 8. Mary Lon Duplaga. "Mary" Anthony Durda Susan Dzurlk. "Sue" -f Block Club 4: Boosters 2.3.4: Xanthian Y-Teens 2.4: Co-operative Office Practice 4. Frances Eckerfield. "Fran" James Eden 237 I- Disne Eggett - Anvil Staff 45 Concert Band 2,3,4: Council on Human Relations 4: Future Teachers of America 8,47 Marching Band 2,8,4g National Honor Society 4: Spanish Club 2,8,4. Russell Eging, "Russ" - Lincoln High School 2: Intramurals 8.4. Edward Eibel - intramural! 2,8. Peggy Ellero - Rhodes 2,3. Philip Ellimvood Robert Elwood, "Bob" - Intramurals 2,35 Meth Club 4: Wrestling 4. Penny Eymsn - A Cappella Choir 43 Boosters 25 Future Teachers of America 8,43 Girls' Choir 3: Girls' Glee 25 Intra- murals 2g Student Council 2,3,4: Xanthian Y-Teens 4. David Fabian - Intramurals 2,83 Spanish Club 2. Wanda Fabian Jacqueline Fulkenstein, "Jackie" - Parma High 2: A Cappella Choir 45 Archive Staff 8.4, writer 8, business manager 4: Audio Visual Aid Crew 47 Bsttlecry Std! 4, assistant page editor: Girls' Choir 83 Girls' Glee Club 27 National Honor Socih ety 8.45 WVFH 3,-1, head annoimcer. Craig Faubel - Intramurals 2,3,4: Student Council 2,31 Archon Hi-Y 2,8,4. Karen Fsnlhammer - Office Pages 8,4. Sandra Felice, "Sandi" - Boosters 2,8. Cristina Ferenu, "Cris" - Anvil Staff 8,43 Council on Human Relations 2,3,4: Future Teachers ol America 8,43 Latin Club 8,-1, secretary 45 Marching Band 2,3,4: Na- tional Honor Society 8,41 National Thes- pinn Society 3,45 Paperback Bookstore 2,4g Symphonic Band 2,8,-15 Natural Science Club 4. Timothy Ferguson, "Tim" - Debate Team 4: Intramurals 2,3g Wrestling 8. Laurence Ferrini Thomas Filous, "Tom" - Automatives Club 23 Intramurals 2,B,4. Christine Filson. "Chris" - A Cappella Choir 4: Girls' Choir 83 Girls' Chorus 2. Leonard Fiore, "Len" - Bays leaders 3: Golf 4. Robert Fischer, "Bob" - Holy Name 2: In- tramurals 3,4. .lon Fisher - Boosters 3: Boys' Glee Club 2,83 Cross-Country 3,45 Letter-men 3,41 Triton Hi-Y 2,8,4. chaplain 45 Track 2.8. Andrew Fitinlc, "Andy" - Ars Medica 23 Boosters 4: Intramurals 25 Russian Club 2,3,4. George Flamik - German Chxb 43 lntrs- murals 2,3. Edward Flegel, "Ed" - Cross-Country 2,8,4p Intramurals 2,43 Lettermen 42 Ski Club 45 Notehind Club 4. Daniel Flick - Intramurals 2.8. Diane Flora - Ski Club 8. Barbara Foster, "Barb" - Anvil Stuff 25 Girls' Leaders 3,4: Intramurnls 2,8,4: Spanish Club 2. Barbara Fox, "Foxy" - Business Leaders 4. Judie Frank, "Funky" - Boosters 2,45 Future Nurses Club 4: Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Richard Frsnkenburg Patricia Franklin - Boosters 2,83 Canteen Committee 2,83 Girls' Leaders 8,45 Intra- murlll,Z,3,4: Latin Club 25 Student Coun- cil 2,3,4: Notehmd Club 4. Vivienne Fntaloaie, "Vickie" - Natural Science Club 4. A 238 .lolm Fricker - Baseball 2,3,4: Basketball 2,85 Boosters 2,3,4: Boys' Leaders 3,45 Key Club 2,3,-ig Intramurals 43 Lettennen 4: National Honor Society 4: Spanish Club 2. James Fuller, "Jim" - Archive Staff 4, sports writer: Boosters 8,-4, project chair- man 8, vice-president 4: Class Advisory Board 49 Cross-Country 8.4: Intramurals 2,8,-13 Key Club 3,-1, vice-president 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,4g Track 3,-ig Archon Hi-Y 2,8,4. Nancy Gsldun - Boosters 2: Cheerleaders 2,3,4: Girls' Leaders 8,4: Intramurals 2,3,4: National Honor Society 8,44 Office Pages 2: Student Council 8.4. Marie Gallo. "Porkie" -- Boosters 43 Intra- murals.8. Gust Gallucci - Wrestling 2. Timothy Galvin, "Tim" Jimmie Gartlnln - Football 2,8,4g Intru- murals 2g Letterman 3,45 Archon Hi-Y 2,3,4. Jeffry Genzen, "Jeff"' Michael Genre, "Mike" - Concert Band 25 Marching Band 2,3,4g Symphonic Band 8,45 wrestling z,a,4. Rudolph Germ Lucille Giaimo - Office Pages 8,4. William Gibson, "Bill" - Sophomore Class treasurerg Boosters 3,43 Class Advisory Board 4: Football 25 Intramurals 2,3,4g Student Council 2,3,4: Track 2,37 Archon Hi-Y 2,8,4. Cynthia. Gilchrist, "Cindy" - Business Leaders 8,4: Girls' Glee Club 2: National Honor Society 43 Office Pages 43 Xanthisn Y-Teena 4: Codopentive Office Practice 4. Michael Giroaky. "Bnxce" - Intramurals 2,3: Radio Club 2,3,4. Thomas Glennon, "Tom" - Boys' Glee Club 23 Intramurals 2. Nadine Godman -- Council on Human Rela- tions 2,3,4: Future Teachers of America 3,45 Debate Team 4: Office Pages 3,43 Library Pages 2: Spanish Club 2.8: Youth Traffic Council 4. Indy Goebl, "Jude" - Archive Staff 8,4, typist 8, typing editor 4: Boosters 2: Bus- iness Leaders 3.4: Intramurals 2: Office Pages 3,4g Xsnthian Y-Teens 2. Cheryl Golem - Brooklyn High 2: Intra- murals 3: Liberty Belles 8: Marching Band 83 Student Council 4. Carol Goodwin - A Coppell: Choir 8.4: Boosters 2.47 Girls' Choir 2: Intramurals 4: National Honor Society 4: Paperback Bookstore 8: Ski Club 4: Xanthlan Y- Teens 4. Francis Goodwin, "Cookie" - Football 4: Golf 2,8,4g Lettermen 8,-lg Student Coun- cil 4. John Graber - Archon Hi-Y 23.4. Robert Grace Rosemary Gradine -A Cappella Choir 43 Boosters 8.4: Future Teachers of America 8.4: Girls' Choir 8: National Honor Soci- ety 4: Oifice Pages 3,4g Spanish Club 25 Notehand Club 4, secretary 4. Alan Graham - A Cappella Choir 43 Boys' Glee Club 2.8: Cross-Country 2,8,4. Janet Gnhsm, "Jan" - Waggener High School 2g National Honor Society 43 Spanish Club 3.45 Xnnthian Y-Teena 8.4. Connie Granfors, "Con" - Bsttlecry Staff 2. typist: Office Pages 2. Byron Grant! - National Honor Society 4. Richard Grey, "Rich" - Intramurals 2. Theodore Grecenulc. "Ted" - German Club 43 Saxon Hi-Y 8.4. Janelle Green - American Field Service 2: Junior Red Cross 43 Office Pages 4. Emil Greenberg - Boys' Interscholastic Bowling 83 Radio Club 2,33 Ski Club 8,4. Robert Gresko, "Bob" -- West Tech 2g Na- tional Honor Society 4: Office Teller 3.4. Judith Grigla, "Judy" - Block Club 4g Boosters 2,3,4: Girls' Choir 45 Girls' Chorus 2: Girls' Glee Club 8,4g Intra- murals 3,43 Ski Club 2,8,4: Spanish Club 2,35 Notehand Club 4. Michael Groenke, "Mike" - Concert Band 2,3,4: Cross-Country 3,43 German Club 4: Lettermen 8.4: Marching Band 2,8,4g Ne- tional Honor Society 3,4g Symphonic Band 3,45 Track 2,8,4. John Grave -- Intramurals 2: National Thespian Society 2.8.45 Wrestling 4. Lynn Grunau - Boosters 2,8g Girls' Chorus 2: Intramurals 43 Spanish Club 2: Xan- thien Y-Teens 4. Laurel Gnhics Patricia Guenther, "Pat" -- Ars Medica 23 Boosters 23,45 Girls' Choir 2: Home Eco- nomics. Club 8,4g Marching Band 2,35 Orchestra 4: Student Council 2,35 Sym- phonic Band 2,8,4. Ssm Gurrers Karen Guthrie - Business Leaders 3, re- porter. Deanna Haberknet - Girls' Choir 3,43 Girls' Leaders 4: Intramurals 2,41 Library Pages 33 Math Club 4: National Honor Society 4g Spanish Club 8. Steven Habuh, "Steve" - A Cappella Choir 2,8,4: Boosters 85 Intramurals 8,43 Bsttleery Staff BA. Anthony Hldovsky, '4Tany"- Boys' Chorus 2.8. Kenneth Bsgenberger Alice Baller Norma Hamilton - Boosters 2: Distributive Education Club of America 4: Student Council 25 Xenthian Y-Teens 2. Melulie Hammond -- Boosters 2,3,4: Na- tional Honor Society 3,4g Home Eco- nomics Club 8.4. Melinda Hammond -- Boosters 2,8,4g Ns- tional Honor Society 3,4g Home Eco- nomics Club 8,-4. Linda Hsmuls - Business Leaders 2: Paperback Bookstore 23 Home Economic: Club 2, vice-president. Eileen Human - Archive Staff 8, writer: Boosters 2,8,4g Future Teachers of Amer- ica 3,45 Intramurals 2,89 Orchestra 2.8.4. Kathleen Hanson, "Kathy" - Nazareth Academy 2: Future Nurses Club 8.4. Diane Hardy - A Cappella Choir 43 Boosters 8: Business Leaders 3,43 Girls' Choir 2,3: Intramurals 8: Office Pages 8,4. James H xrlan, "Jim" - Boosters 8,45 Key Club 4, Ruger Harper, "Harp" - Boosters 2,3,4g Boys' Leaders 3,47 Class Advisory Board 4: Intramurals 2,S,4g Marching Band 2,8,4g National Honor Society 4: Student Coun- cil 2,3g Symphonic Band 2,8,4, treasurer 4: Archon Hi-Y 2,8,4: Science Club 4. Sue Harris Susan Harrison, "Sue" -- Anvil Staff 4: Block Club 43 Boosters 45 Business Leaders 2,3,4: Council on Human Rela- tions 2: Intramurels 2,3,4: Office Pages 2,3,4: Student Council 2,39 Xanthisn Y- Teens S,4. Don Hartman, "Woody" - Concert Band 25 Marching Band 2,3,4: Orchestra 2,9,4: Ski Club 2.8,4g Symphonic Bend 2,8,4. Terry Hartman - Intramurals 2,4. Roy Hnsbrook - Parma High 25 A Cap- pella Choir 8,4, president 43 Archive Staff 4, editor-in-chief: Baseball 3,4g Boosters 45 Intramurals SA: Letterman 45 Ski Club 3.4: Student Council 4. Charles Henman, "Chuck" - Football 2: Key Club 2: Letterman 23 Radio Club 2,3,4g Ski Club 2,3,4: Spanish Club 2. Richard Hltvany - Boosters 2,85 Boys' Glee Club 2,B: Boys' Interscholsstic Bowl- ing 21 Distributive Education Club of America 85 Intramurals 2.8. Judith Hang, "Judy" - Boosters 2,45 Girls' Chorus 25 Girls Leaders 3.4, treasurer 4: Intramurals 8,4p National Honor Society 3,45 Office Pages 2,8p Student Council 8. Lind: Hang-Anvil Staff 45 Girls' Chorus 3. Daniel Hsupt, "Dan" Patricia Huvrsn, "Pet" - Office Pages 8. Suzanne Hsyes,"Mouse"- Girls'Glee Club 2. Chlrles Hays, "Terry" Darryl Hayn William Hehmeyer, "Bill" - Intramurals 2.85 National Honor Society 45 Youth Traffic Council 4: Track 2,8,4. Linda Hertel is amused by a remark in government class. Peter Heidcnreich. "Pete" - Boosters 8.45 Boys' Leaders 3.4. treasurer 3,45 Football 2.3.45 Lettermen 3,45 Olympian Hi-Y 3.45 Student Council 8,45 Wrestling 2.3. Susan Henninger. "Sue" -- Boosters 2.45 Office Pages 45 Ski Club 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. John Hemmings Norbert Hcpp -- Automotives Club 3.4. Ronald Heppner. "Ron" - Boosters 3.45 Intramurals 2.4. Noreen Herman - Boosters 45 Girls' Chorus 25 Girls' Glee Club 3,45 Xanthian Y- Teens 4. Robert Herman Donna Herron - Boosters 25 Intramurals 2. Linda Hertel. "Lyn" - A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 25 Girls' Choir 3: Girls' Glee Club 25 Office Pages 2.3.45 Spanish Club 2. Carol Hcssemsn - Boosters 45 Ski Club 8. Ellen Hill. "El" - Boosters 2.8,45 Future Teachers of America 3.45 Girls' Glee Club 2.8.45 Intramurals 2.85 Office Pages 3.45 Xanthian Y-Teens 2.8.4. John Hlavaty - Boosters 2,3.45 Intra- murals 2.3.4. Amelia Hodge Judith Holm. "Judi" -- Boosters 2.3.45 Bus- iness Leaders 2.3.43 Library Pages 2.85 Office Pages 3.45 WVFH 3: XRD'-hilh Y- Teens 8.45 Co-operative Office Practice 4. Gloria Hooker. "Gini-" - A Cappella Choir 8,45 Boosters 2.35 Class Advisory Board 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Girls' Choir 25 National Honor Society 45 Stu- dent Council 2.8,45 Spanish Club 8. Barbara Hornack. "Barb" Charles Horvath Mr. Cowden directs the orchestra. James Horvath -- Boys' Glee Club 25 Latin Club 25 Library Pages 2.3.45 Math Club 45 National Honor Society 4. Patricia Hosic. "Pat" -- A Cappella Choir 8.45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 German Club 45 Girls' Choir 25 Library Pages 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Orchestra 2.3.45 Madrigal Club 3.4. Janet Hribar - Boosters 2.3.45 Intramurals 2.3.45 Math Club 4: National Honor Soci- ety 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Joseph Hruby. "Joe" - Ars Medica 25 In- tramurals 2,S,45 Marching Band 2.8.45 Orchestra 2.3.45 Student Council 2.3.45 Symphonic Band 2.3.45 Centurian Hi-Y 45 Science Club 4. Carol Hudson -- A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 2.3.45 Future Teachers of Amer- ica 45 Girls' Choir 35 Girls' Chorus 25 Office Pages 45 Student Council 45 Spanish Club 2.35 Xanthian Y-Teens 3.4. Jean Hulec. "Jeannie" - Battlecry Staff 4, reporter5 Canteen Committee 25 Cheer- leaders 25 Distributive Education Club of America 45 Girls' Glee Club 2.8.4. presi- dent 4 5 Intramurals 2.3.45 Student Council 2. Marlene Hunn -- Nazareth Academy 2.8. Geralen Hunt. "Geri" - A Cappella Choir 8.45 Block Club 45 Boosters 2.45 Girls' Choir 25 National Thespian Society 2.3.4. president 4, secretary 35 WVFH 45 Xan- thian Y-Teens 4. Donna Hunter - Library Pages 45 Paper- back Bookstore 2. Sherry Hynes - Parma High 2. Frances Imbrigiotta. "Fran" Joseph lmmarmino, "Joe" -- Debate Team 45 Wrestling 2.3.45 Track 2. Linda Immormino Rebecca lsenhath. "Becky" -- Nazareth Academy 25 Boosters 3. Richard Ivancic, "Dick" -- Boys' Interscho- lastic Bowling 3.45 Intramurals 2.4. Dennis Jablonski Robert Jackson - Intramurals 2.3.4. Barbara Jacobi. "Barb" - Co-operative Of- fice Practice 4, treasurer-5 National Honor Society 4. Beverly Jacobs. "Bev" - Boosters 25 Intra- murals 2.4. Maryjane Jacobs, "Janie" - Boosters 25 Spanish Club 2. Susan Jadrych. "Sue" - Girls' Chorus 2: Library Pages 2.3.4. Barbara Jagnsch. "Barb" - Girls' Chorus 2.35 Girls' Glee 4. Elliott Jalovec - Parma High 2.8. Sandra Jarmusik. "Sandy" -- Boosters 2.85 Business Leaders 25 Intramurals 2.3.4. Glenn Jarnigan - West Tech 2.8. Christina Jarvis, "Chris" - Boosters 25 Clinic Aides 3.45 Council on Human Re- lations 25 Future Nurses Club 8,45 Intra- murals 25 Library Pages 3. Diana Javoraky. "Di" - Boosters 25 Girls' Chorus 2. Donna Jech - Assembly Committee 8.45 Boosters 2,45 Intramurals 2.3.45 Student Council 35 Xanthian Y-Teens 2.4. Ethel Jefferson - Boosters 25 Business Leaders 8. Linda Jicha, "Lyn" - Boosters 45 Xantbian Y-Teens 45 Home Economics Club 4. Susan Johnston. "Sue" -- Boosters 35 Ski Club 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 45 Home Eco- nomics Club 8.4. vice-president 8. secre- tary 4. Patricia J ones. "Pat" Sharon Jorgensen, "Share" -- Archive Staff 3.4, typist 8. senior editor 45 Boosters 2.45 Girls' Glee 35 Intramurals 85 Ski Club 8.45 Xanthian Y-Teena 3. Rita Jovan - Columbia North 25 Boosters 8.45 Concert Band 3.45 Intramurals 35 Marching Band 8,45 Xanthian Y-Teens 3. Sylvi Junno - Anvil Staff 3.45 Council on Human Relations 4: Latin Club 2.3.45 Na- tional Honor Society 8,45 Natural Science Club 3. Gary Kader - Audio Visual Aid Crew 3.45 Football 3.45 Letterman 3.45 WVFH 35 Notehand Club 4. Kathryn Kafun, "Kathy" - Ara Medica 25 Boosters 2.3.45 Council on Human Rela- tions 25 Intramurals 25 Library Pages 25 National Thespian Society 45 Student Council 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Susan Kalilich. "Sue" - Girls' Glee 25 O!- fice Pages 3.45 Student Council 2. Dennis Kalita."Denny"-Boys' Glee Club 2. Sharon Kaminski - Boosters 2,35 Girls' Glee 25 Liberty Belles 2.8.4. head major- ette 45 National Honor Society 45 Student Council 2.85 Xanthian Y-Teens 45 Future Teachers of America 8.-Ltneasurer 4. Lee Hamas. "Lee-Los - Kay Club 8.45 Olympian Hi-Y. Gregory Kapela. "Greg" - Concert Band 25 Intramurals 2.3.45 Marching Band 2.8.45 Orchestra 3.45 Russian Club 25 Symphonic Band 8,45 Wrestling 45 Centurian Hi-Y 4. Alan Kapustar. "Al" - Baseball 2.B,45 Basketball 2.8.45 Boosters 45 Football 25 Intramurals 8.45 Key Club 3.45 Letter- men 45 National Honor Society 8.4. Mary Ellen Karalea - Block Club 45 Boosters 2.3.45 Girls' Choir 45 Girls' Glee Club 2,35 Intramurals 2.3.45 Ski Club 8.45 Xanthian Y-Teens 2.8.4. 239 While he talks with Miss Shuck, Greg Barber's attention is diverted by the Archive camera- man. ' Joyce Karloaky. "Joy" - Girls' Chorus 2. David Kamowski, "Dave" - Intramurals 3. Joyce Kaska Kenneth Kasnyik, "Ken" Louise Katzan. "Inu" - National Honor Society 3,45 National Thespian Society 3,4: Office Pages 4. Mara Kaugurs -- Boosters 2,45 Debate Team 45 Girls' Choir 45 Girls' Chorus 25 Girls' Glee 85 Intramurals 25 Paperback Bookstore 3: Ski Club 4. Karen Kepes - A Cappella Choir 3,45 Boosters 2.3.43 Future Teachers of Amer- ica 3,4 5 Girls' Choir 25 Intramurals 2.3.4 5 Ski Club 3,45 Notehand Club 4. James Kerlin - Wrestling 2.3. Ronald Kerner. "Ron" -- Automatives Club 2.3.45 Student Council 4. Edward Kettler, "Ed" - Distributive Edu- cation Club of America 45 Intramurals 25 Library Pages 2.8. Dwain Kibler - Letter-men 8.45 Wrestling 2.8.4. Judith Kilbane, "Judy" -- Boosters 25 Dis- tributive Education Club of America 45 Intramurals 2. Terence Kilbane, "Terry" - Intramurals 2,3. Linda Kinbauln. "Lin" - Archive Staff 3.4, writer 35 Audio Visual Aid Crew 25 Con- cert Band 2.35 Future Teachers of Amer- ica 8,45 Liberty Belles 3.45 Marching Band 25 Paperback Bookstore 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,45 Notehand Club 4. Q Susan Kinsman, "Sue" - Block Club 45 Boosters 2.85 Girls' Chorus 25 Girls' Glee 35 Girls' Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 23,45 Student Council 2,85 Xanthian Y-Teens 2.8.4. 240 John Kirby - Future Teachers of America 3.45 Intramurals 8,45 Math Club 3.4, pres- ident 4. Joy Kirkpatrick Pauline Kirstein - Block Club 45 Boosters 3,45Future Teachers of America 3,45 Girls' Glee 45 Office Pages 3,45 Youth Traffic Council 4. Frank Kish -- Boosters 45 Intramurals 2.3.45 Archon Hi-Y 2,3,45 Student Council 4. Veronica Kish. "Ronnie" - Xanthian Y- Teens 2. Ellene Kitko Catherine Kittinger, "Cathy" Neal Kleias - Audio Visual Aid Crew 2. Thomas Klima. "Tom" - Chanel 2. Caren Klingman, "Carrie" - Boosters 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 2.35 Junior Achieve- ment 4. Dolores Kloos. "Dolly" - Anvil Staff 4. typistg Boosters 45 Business Leaders 3, Intramurals 45 Baltlecry Staff 4, reporter. Sharon Knapik John Kocaja -- Boosters 45 Cross-Country 85 Lettermen 41 Ski Club 45 Wrestling 25 Track 2.3.4. Cheryl Koch. "Sherrie" - Boosters S5 ln- tramurals 2,8,45 Youth Traffic Council 3,4. Karen Koenig - Boosters 45 Girls' Choir 45 Girls' Glee 2,85 Intramurals 35 Co-opera- tive Olfice Practice 4. Richard Koliarik."Dick"-Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,8,45 Radio Club 2.3.45 WVFH 4. Diana Kolibaba Patricia Kolman. "Pat" Toby Kalman -- Boosters 25 Cross-Country 45 Intramurals 2,85 Student Council 2,45 Tennis 25 Track 35 Archon Hi-Y 3,4. Linda Koltlmff - Spanish Club 8. Richard Kumar. "Rich" - Concert Band 25 Marching Band 2. Ronald Knntur, "Ron" Michele Kopp - Block Club 45 Boosters 2.45 Spanish Club 45 Xanthisn Y-Teens 3.4. Paula Kost - Intramurals 2. Nancy Kntasek - Girls' Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee 25 Spanish Club 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 25 Home Economics Club 3.4. Bernard Kozak, "Bernie" - Intramurals 4. David Kozik, "Dave" - Parma High 2,35 Marching Band 45 Symphonic Band 4, Christine Kuzlmor. "Chris" - Archive Staff 3,4, photography editor 8, layout editor 45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Math Club 45 National Honor Society 3.45 Of- fice Pages 2,3,45 Russian Club 43 Ski Club 3.45 Spanish Club 2.3. Diane Kuziol -- Nazareth Academy 2.3. Lois Kreko Steven Kriska, "Dave" - Boosters 45 In- tramurals 2,3,4: Key Club 3,45 National Honor Society 4. David Krisak, "Dave" Shirley Kruhoth Nancy Kronenberger -- Boosters 2,3,45 Notehand Club 45 Intramurals 2,8,45 Ski Club 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Kathryn Kudlaez, "Kathi" Carolyn Kuhar - Boosters 25 Business Leaders 3. Gail Kulcaar -- Sophomore Class secretary5 Junior Class secretary5 Senior Class sec- retary: A Cappella Choir 3,45 Block Club 45 Boosters 2,3,45 Canteen Committee 2,83 Future Teachers of America 3,4, treasurer 35 Girls' Choir 25 Girls' Leaders 3.4, vice- president 45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Ski Club 25 Student Council 2.8.45 Xanthian Y- Teens 2,3,4. Michael Kulczycki. "Mike" - Council on Human Relations 45 German Club 45 Math Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Natural Science Club 3.4. Daniel Kupniewski. "Danny" - Intra- murals! John Karak - Intramurals 2.45 National Honor Society 4. Barbara Kurtz - Boosters 2,45 Cheerleaders 45 Girls' Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee 3: Girls' Leaders 45 Intramurals 2.3,45 National Honor Society 45 Student Council 25 Xan- thian Y-Teens 4. Joe Lacek Sally Lamb - Girls' Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee 25 Spanish Club 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 2. Anthony Lanza. '4Tony" - Boys' Glee Club 25 Student Council 2,3. Danny Lanzdorf, "Dan" - Intramurals 3,45 Key Club 45 Math Club 4. Linda Lanzer - American Field Service 85 Anvil Staff 3,45 Ars Medica 25 Concert Band 25 Marching Bend 2.3,45 National Honor Society 45 Symphonic Band 2.3.45 Natural Science Club 8. Csrol Lapossy, "Angel" - John Marshall 25 Clinic Aides 45 Girls' Choir 3,45 Girls' Glee 25 Office Pages 3. John Llscko Larry Latine Christine Latos, "Chris" - Boosters 45 Clinic Aides 45 Intramurals 2.3.4. Bruce Latter - Baseball 2.8.45 Boosters 3,45 Archon Hi-Y 2.3.4, secretary 2,85 Intra- murals 2.3.45 Tennis 2.45 Wrestling 4. Margaret Latza Sheila Langer - Distributive Education Club of America 4, secretary-treasurer. Steven Lawhorn. "Steve" - Oak Hill 2.3. Gary Leahy Joanne Legan - Boosters 8.45 Business Leaders 35 Concert Band 25 Future Nurses Club 2.5.45 Marching Band 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 45 Home Economics Club 4. Darlene Lezgm - Archive scan s, mis. tant layout editor5 Boosters 2.85 Business Leaders 35 Office Pages 3: Co-operative Office Practice 4. Karen Lehotan - Spanish Club 2. Diane Leiby, "Leiby" - Block Club 45 Boosters 2,3.45 Girls' Glee 2.85 Ihtflr murals 2.8.43 Student Council 3.4: Span- ish Club 2: Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Paul Lemire -' Distributive Education Club of America 4. Joseph Lempner. "Joe" - Basketball 25 Cross-Country 35 Intramurals 3,4. MID' Leonard - A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 45 Future Teachers of America 3.4: Girls' Choir 2,35 Intramurals 2,8.45 Office Pages 25 Youth Traffic Council 4: Xanthien Y-Teens 3,4. -'IIN-1 Lwh- "Judy" - Anvil swf 45 Boosters 25 Council on Human Relations 45 Girls' Choir 2.3.45 National Honor Soci- ety 45 Paperback Bookstore 45 Spanish Club 3.4. George Lignos -- Math Club 45 Spanish Club 2. Jlllill! Uluori - Marching Band 2.3.45 Sym- phonic Band 2,3.4. Gloria Lincoln - Connellsville High 2. Linda Link - Future Nurses Club 3.4. Gregory Lioce, "Greg" -- Wrestling 4. Thomas Liptay, "Tom" Mary Littman - Girls' Chorus 2. Barbara Lofiia. "Baba" -- Portage High 25 Block Club 45 Boosters 4: Ski Club 3: Xanthisn Y-Teens 3.4. Sally Loika - Boosters 25 Girls' Glee 3,45 Girls' Choir 45 Homecoming Queen At. tendant 45 Intramurals 2,35 Student Coun- cil 2.3,-1: Xanthian Y-Teens 2. Robert Long. "Bob" Clnrleen LoParo Anita Lopez, "Tina" - Distributive Edu- cation Club of America 4: Student Coun- cil 2.35 Spanish Club 2.3. David Lowdermilk, "Dave" -- Archive Staff 2.8, photographerg Boosters 2.35 Russian Club 2. Joseph Lubowiez - Lincoln 25 Intra- murals 3.4. Marlene Lucas, "George" - Boosters 3.4. Gary Lukasik - Wrestling 2. Judith Luke. "Judi" - Boosters 2,3 5 Paper- back Bookstore 2,35 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3. Thomas Lutz, "Tom" - Natural Science Club 4. Andrew Mau - Cross-Country 25 Intra- murals 3. Michele Mack, "Mike" Linda Mackert, "Lin" - Boosters 2.35 In- tramurals 2.8.45 Marching Band 2,8,4, secretary 3,45 National Honor Society 3.45 Orchestra 2.3.4. treasurer 45 Symphonic Band 2,3.4. secretary 8,45 Xanthian Y- Teena 4. Robert Mjln - Automatives Club 2.8, vice- president 2,8. Wayne Makoski -- Football 2.35 Track 2. George Malek - Bdsketball 25 Football 2,45 Intramurals 2.3.4. Lansing Maluslry. "Lance" - Boys' Glee Club 2.35 Notehand Club 4. Georgia Mapes James Marulits. "Jim" - Automatives Club 3. Mary Lou Marginian - A Cappella Choir 45 Buckeye Girls' State 35 Future Nurses Club Sp Girls' Choir 35 Girls' Glee 25 In. tramurals 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Office Pages 4. Patricia Marhefka, "Patti" - Boosters 3,45 Intramurals 2.3.45 Office Pages 8.4. Juilltll Marr, "Judy" - A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 45 German Club 4: Girls' Choir 3 5 Girls' Glee 25 Intramurals 2.4. Dennis Marsoun, "Denny"-Boys' Leaders 4. Linda Martell. "Lynne" - Brooklyn 3. Neil Martens - Boosters 3,45 Concert Band 2.35 Marching Band 2,85 Centurian Hi-Y Club 3.4, chaplain 3, sergeant at arms 45 Wrestling 8. Joseph Martin Rifhlfd Mlfull, "Rich" - Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,3,45 Football 2,8,45 Letterman 3.4. Gary Martinez - Boosters 8,45 Triton Hi-Y 3.4. HGCNWYY 4: Wrestling 2. Douglas Marx, "Doug" Mary Masehulx Marilyn Mason - Lenape Regional 2: Cleveland Heights 35 Girls' Choir 45 Math Club 45 National Honor Society 4. James Mates, "Jim" David Mathews, "Davy" - Concert Band 2,3,4: Marching Band 2.3.45 lntramux-als 4. Sandra Matuska, "Sandy" Richard Muudsley, "Tubb's" - Lutheran West 23 Boys' Glee Club 3,-Ig intra- murnls 3.4. Ann Maxsymin - Spanish Club 2. Thomas. May, "Tom" - Boys' interscholas- tic Bowling 4: Track 2,3,4. Ellen Muyernik, "Els" Nicholas Muna, "Nick" , Darlene Mano. "Toni" - Seminole High 2,33 Boosters 4. William McClelve, "Bill" -- Baseball 2,3,4: Football 2,3,4g Intramurals 45 Letterman 3,43 Triton Hi-Y 43 Wrestling 3, Linda McClintock, "Lin" -- Xanthian Y- Teens 4. I Martha McCulloch, "Marty" - A Cappella Choir 43 Anvil Staff 25 Block Club 45 Boosters 2,3,-lg Girls' Choir 2,33 Intra- murals 2,3,4: Office Pages 3,43 Student Council 23 Spanish Club 3: Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,-4. Martha Mm-Dolnld, "Marty" - Block Club 4: Boosters '2,3,43 Intramurals 2,3,4: Of- fice Pages 2,3,4p Student Council 2,3,4g Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,4. 5 Thomas McFadden Robert Mel-'arlune - Boosters 45 Debate Team 23 Intramurals 3,-4. Marian ll'lcNoldy - Boosters 2,33 Girls' Chorus 2,35 Girls' Glee 4. James Meeks - Parma High 25 Office Pages 3.4. Kathryn Mehalik, "Kathy" - Block Club 43 Girls' Glee 2,35 Office Pages 3,45 Student Council 2,45 Xanthian Y-Teens Hg Cu- operative Office Practice 4. Eugene Melhuish, "Gene" - Automatives Club 2,3,4. James Metz, "Jim" Gifford Meyer, "Giff" - Baseball -ig Foot- ball 2,3,-ip Lettermen 4 5 Student Council 2,3. Kim Meyer - Boosters 4: Gnlf 2.3.45 Intra- murals 2,-lg Archon Hi-Y 2,3,4. Joanne Michalske - Anvil Staff 43 Boosters -lg Concert Band 25 Council on Human Relations 3,45 Future Teachers of Amer- ica 3,-ip Marching Band 2,335 Office Pages 49 Orchestra 43 Student, Council 3: Sym- phonic Band 3,4. Timothy Mikulas, "Mick" - Audio Visual Crew 2,3,-lp Baseball 2,3,4, traineri Basket- bhll 2,3,4, trainer: Football 2,3,-l, trainerg Lettermen 3,45 WVFH 2,3,-1. Robert Mileli, "Bob" - Intramurals 2,3. Justine Milinkovich Judith Miller, "Judy" - Football Queen 45 Anvil Staff 35 Boosters 2,31 Intramurals 25 National Honor Society 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,4, interclub representative 4. Linda Miller, "Lin" Ronald Miller, "Ron" - Boys' Glee Club 2,3,4, treasuxer 4: Council on Human Re- lations 2,43 Library Pages 3,-lg Youth Traffic Council -1. Boosters 21 Intramurals 33 Spanish Club -1 Dale Mitchell - Boys' Glee Club 2.3,-lg In ti-amurals 29 Centurian Hi-Y 2, Eugene Minn - A Cnppolla Clmir 2,3,4- Monica Mitzo - Future Teachers of Amer- ica 3,4, historian 49 Girls' Glee 2: Nae tional Honor Society 4. Kenneth Mixter. "Ken" - Parma High 2,3. Michael Mlecik, "Mike" - Debate Team 45 Football 2: Kntramurals 2,35 Key Club -li Track 2,45 Wrestling 2. Kenneth Mohler, "Ken" -- Boys' Interscho- lastic Bowling 4: Wrestling 2,3. Phillip Molina, "Phil" - Boosters 43 Con' cert Band 2: Intramurals 2,3,4g Marching Band 25 Science Club -1. Daniel Monoc - Boosters 45 Marching Band 2.3.43 Concert Band 25 Symphonic Band 3,4. William Mnorndinn. "Bill" - A Cappella Choir 3,43 Boys' Glee Club 25 Intramurals 45 Track 2, ' Edward Moore - Football 2,3,4g Letter- men 3,4g Track 2,3,4. Sarah Moose, "Moose" - Boosters 3,43 Clinic Aides 2,333 Future Nurses Club 2,3,4, secretary 3, president -ig Girls' Glee Club 25 Intramurals 2,43 Junior Red Cross 45 Ski Club 2.3.4. Barbara Moser, "Barb" - Boosters 25 Class Advisory Board 45 Future Teachers of America 3,43 Intramurals 23 Marching Band 2,3,4: Symphonic Band 2,335 Xan- thian Y'Teens 2. Mark Mrazek - Boosters 2,45 Intramurals 2, Olympian Hi-Y 3,4. Sandra Murphy, "Sandy" - Intramurals 3. Scott Mushelm - Boosters 35 Intramurals 4: National Honor Society 45 Tennis 25 Triton Hi-Y 8,-i. Charlene Myers. '4Char"-A Cappella Choir 4: Boosters 23,45 Cheerleaders 2,3,-4, pub- licity chairman 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Girls' Choir 2,3g Girls' Leaders 3,4, secretary 43 Intramurals 2,43 Na- tional Honor Society 3.4: Xanthian Y- Teens 2.3.4. Linda Nato, "Lin" - Audio Visual Aid Crew 43 Business Leaders 43 Intramurals 3: WVFH 45 Co-operative Office Prac- tice 4. David Nawrocki, "Dave" Kenneth Nnyman, "Ken" -- Intramu- rals 2,3,4. Sharon Nechvalnl, "Shari" - Office Pages 23 Paperback Bookstore 2. Timothy Necker - Boosters 8,45 Buys' Leaders 4: Intramurals 2,3,4g Student Council 41 Archon Hi-Y 2,3,4. Lynn Needham -- A Cappella Choir 45 Girls' Choir 39 Girls' Glee 25 Girls" Leaders 45 Intramurals 2,3,4g Math Club 4. secretaryg National Honor Society 3,4, secretary 45 Student Council 3,43 Spanish Club 2,3, frist vice-president 8. Diane Nehez Margaret Nehrillg - Library Pages 4. Carol Nelson - Nazareth Academy 25 Anvil Staff 45 Council on Human Relations 3,43 National Honor Society 4. Edward Nemec, '4Ed" - Cathedral Latin 2. Marianne Neumann - Brunswick High 2. Math Club 49 National Honor Society 45 Notehnnd Club 4. James Neumeyer, "Jim" - Padua 25 ln- tramurals 4. Charles Nevins, "Chuck" - Olmsted Falls 25 Intramurals 4. James Newell, "Jim" - Boys' Glee Club 2g Intramurals 2,3,4. Constance Nicholson, "Connie" Noel Niedhunmer David Niemi, "Dave" -- Intramurals 23,43 Marching Band 2.3,4g Ski Club 3: Sym- phonic Band 2,3,4g Centurian Hi-Y 4. Donald Nikulni, "Nik" - Boys' Interscho- lastic Bowling 25 Boys' Leaders 3,45 Li- brary Pages 21 National Thespian Soci- ety 2,3,-lg Centurian Hi-Y 4. Carol Noack - Business Leaders 2,3,4g Office Pages 3. Daniel Noll. "Dan" Kathleen Nowak, "Kathy" - Boosters 2,3,4g Girls' Choir 4: Girls' Chorus 25 Girls' Glee 31 Intramurals 2,3,-lp Ski Club 3,43 Spanish Club 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 2. Brian 0'Domuell - Boys' Glee Club 2.3.45 Intramurals 4. Michael O'Loughlin Philip 0'Toole - Football 2,8,4g Intramu- rals 3,4g Lettermen 3,43 Track 2,3,4. Robert Obenauer, "Bob" - Boosters 4g Ger- man Club 4g Intramurals 2.3.41 Marching Band 2,3,4g Orchestra 2,3,43 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. Mary Obert -- Nazareth Academy 25 Boosters 35 Business Leaders 33 Intramu- rals 35 Co-operative Office Practice 4. Linda Ocetik, "Lin" - Bnttlecty Staff 2,8,4, columinst 2, assistant editor 3, page-three editor 45 Boosters 2,3: Future Teachers of America 3,45 Girls' Chorus 25 Office Pages 3: Quill and Scroll 25 Student Council 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3. Thomas Oktavec - Parma High 25 Bus- iness Leaders 3. Terrence Olive, "Terry" - A Cappella Choir 3,45 German Club 4. Mary Rose Oprzadek - Student Council 2. Emil Orenick - Intramurals 4. Gregory Ornas, "Greg" - Dlstributive Edu- cation Club of America 4. Richard Oshiro, "Rich" - Audio Visual Aid Crew 3.45 Concert Band 2,33 Intramurals 2,8,4g Marching Band 2,33 National Honor Society 4g Chemistry Club 2. Sandra Pace, "Sandy" - Boosters'25 Distri- butive Education Club of America 4. presidentg Girls' Choir 2,3g National Honor Society 45 Student Council 3,4. Scott Painting - Boosters 2,839 Boys' Glee Club 25 Boys' Leaders 45 Intramurals 2,3,4g Key Club 45 Math Club 25 Triton Hi-Y 3,-1. Fred Palascak. "The Lip" -- Boys' Leaders 43 Football 2,3,-lg Letterman 3.4: Student Council 3,4. Gerald Pall, "Gerry" -- Boosters 2,3,4g Boys' Leaders 45 Intramurals 2.35 Na- tional Honor Society 3,4g Triton Hi-Y 45 wvrx-I s,4. Lester Panik, "Les" - Boosters 45 Intra- murals 2,3,4. Ronald Pannell. "Ron" - Automatives Club 4. Joanne Pape - Audio Visual Aid Crew 3,43 Business Leaders 45 Intramurals 3g Li- brary Pages 2,33 Student Council 35 Ynuth Traffic Council 4: Co-operative Office Practice 4: Bookstore -lp Co-operative Office Club 4. Mary Ann Papuslmk - Intramurals 45 Co- operative Office Practice 4: Co-operative Office Club -13 Business Lenders 2,3,4. Harold Parks, "Henry" Patricia Parks, "Thrisia" - Student Coun- cil 2: Intramurals 2. Rita Paul - A Cappella Choir 43 Boosters 23 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Girls' Glee 25 Girls' Choir 3g Office Pages 3,41 Ski Club 3: Kanthian Y-Teens 3. Jay Pudlock practices the pole vault as Phil O'Too1e tensely watches. 241 Tina Pawlak -- Battlecry Staff 33 Boosters 3,43 Girls' Chorus 2: Intramurals 2.3.42 Office Pages 2.3.43 Ski Club 4. Wayne Pawuk - West Covina High 23 Baseball 3,43 Intramurals 3,42 National Honor Society 4. Penni Payne -- Block Club 43 Boosters 43 Girls' Choir 2: Intramurals 3,43 Library Pages 2,3,4Q Paperback Bookstore 3. Ruth Payne - Block Club 43 Boosters 43 German Club 4: Girls' Choir 43 Girls' Glee 2,33 National Honor Society 43 Paperback Bookstore 2,3. Cheryl Pcattie, "Cheri" - Business Leaders 2,3,43 Girls' Choir 33 Girls' Glee Club 2: Office Pages 4: Co-operative Office Prac- tice 4. . Ernest Peck, "Ernie" - Boosters 2: Base- ball 2: Football 3: Letterman 2,35 Youth Traffic Council 4: Track 33 Olympian Hi-Y 2. Aleta Pekar - Library Page 3. Kenneth Penkal. "Ken" - Boys' Interscho- lastic Bowling 23 Intramurals 2.3.43 Na- tional Honor Society 43 Spanish Club 23 Centurian Hi-Y 4. Patricia Perek - Office Pages 3,43 Note- hand Club 4. Pamela Perkins - Office Pages 3,43 Ski Club 2,31 Student Council 2,3. Elizabeth Peresta,"Betty"- Office Pages 4. Guy Perrarn - Football 2,3,43 Lettermen 3,43 Track 4. Dana Peshe -- Padua 2,3. Joel Peters - Anvil Staff 43 Boys' Inter- scholastic Bowling 23 Spanish Club 2. Robert Peters, "Bob" - Baseball 2,35 Basketball 23,43 Boosters 43 Intramurals 2.3.43 Key Club 43 National Honor Society 4: Archon Hi-Y 2,3,-1. Roger Peters - Garfield High 2,8. Susan Peters, "Sue" -- Distributive Educa- tion Club of America 4. Martha Pettit. "Marty" -- Bay High 2,33 Anvil Staff 43 Block Club 43 Boosters 43 Girls' Choir 4: Student Council 43 Xan- thian Y-Teens 4. Patricia Pike, "Pat" - Clinic Aides 3,43 Future Nurses Club 2,3,4. Nancy Pipoly, "Pip" - Boosters 23 Business Leaders 2: Girls' Chorus 23 Co-operative Office Practice 4,corresponding secretary. William Plachy. "Bill" - Chess Club 25 Key Club 43 Library Pages 2,33 National Honor Society 43 Russian Club 2,3,4, vice- president 4. Carl Planicka. "Plank" - Intramurals 2.3,43 Track 2,3,4. Clifford Plants. "Cliff" - Baseball 33 Radio Club 3. Wayne Platten - Automotives Club 2: In- tramurals 3. Walter Pocztar. "Walt" - West Tech 2,8. Carol Podskalan - Russian Club 2. Carolyn Pogalies - Boosters 2,33 Girls Chorus 2, treasurer 2: Girls' Glee 35 In- tramurals 2,3,43 Student Council 33 Xan- thian Y-Teens 2,4. John Poggendorf, "Poggy" - Audio Visual Aid Crew 2,3,43 Football 2.3.43 Key Club 4: Letterman 3,43 Student Council 25 Wrestling 43 WVFH 43 Track 2,3,43 Soph- omore Class president. Mary Ann Pollak - Ars Medica 25 Council on Human Relations 2.3.43 Future Teach- ers of America 3,43 Girls' Choir 2,43 Math Club 45 National Honor Society 3.4: Paperback Bookstore 43 Russian Club 2.3,4, president 43 Chemistry Club 2, secretary. 242 Anita Pontremoli - American Community School of Milan 33 A Cappella Choir 43 Girls' Choir 2,4, president 43 National Honor Society 45 National Thespian Soci- ety 2,4: Orchestra 43 Student Council 25 Madrigal Club 4. Charlane Poole, "Sherry" - Boosters 45 Girls' Chorus 23 Girls' Leaders 45 Intra- murals 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Office Pages 3. Walter Poole, "Lee" -- Boys' Leaders 3: Intramurals 3. Karla Potetz, "Potsy" - Boosters 2: Con- cert Band 25 German Club 43 Intramurals 25 Marching Band 2,3,-13 Symphonic Band 3,4. Edward Prlgg. "Ed" - Automotives Club 43 Ski Club 8,43 Track 4. Harry Prakope, "Marty" - Battlecry Staff 2,3,4, sports editor 43 Boosters 43 Cross- Country 3,43 Wrestling 2,43 Track 33 Archon Hi-Y 4. Robert Przybys, "Bob" - Rhodes 23 Track 3,43 Intramurals 3. Jay Pudlock - Intramurals 83 Letterman 3,43 Track 2,3,4. Sandra Prusak, "Sandy" - Intramurals 2: Library Pages 2. Lilli Pulwer, "Lee" - Business Leaders 3,43 Council on Human Relations 2,33 German Club 4. tx-easurer3 Office Pages 43 Co-operative Office Practice 4. Leonard Put: -- Chess Club 25 Intramurals 3,45 Track 233. Dale Pyne - South Paris 2,3. Melanie Radlick. "Mel" - Junior Class vicefpresidentp Senior Class vice-presi- dent3 American Field Service 33 Archive Staff 8, assistant business manager3 Battlecry Staff 2,3,4, reporter 2,3, page two editor 43 Block Club 45 Boosters 2,3,43 Canteen Committee 2,33 Cheerleaders 23 Girls' Choir 2,3,4, secretary 3,43 Intramu- rals 2.3,43 National Thespian Society 2,3,43 Student Council 2,3,4, vice-president 3, secretary 43 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,43 vice-president 3. president 4. Robert Radschuk, "Bob" - Distributive Education Club of America 43 Student Council 3.4. David Raknw. "Clank" - Track 4. Thomas Ralph. "Tom" Linda Rapp - Boosters 43 Girls' Chorus 23 Intramurals 23 Office Pages 33 Co-opera- tive Office Practice 4. Suzanne Ratzluff, "Rat" - Football Queen Attendant3 A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, secre- tary 43 Archive Staff 4, division page writer3 Boosters 2,43 Marching Band 25 National Honor Society 3,45 National Thespian Society 2,3,4, vice-president 45 Orchestra 2,31 Russian Club 2,3,43 Sym- phonic Band 2,33 WVFH 3.4, assistant head announcer 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 45 Natural Science Club 43 Madrigal Club 2.3.4. Thomas Iles, "Tom" - Cross Country 2,3,43 Orchestra 2,3,4: Symphonic Band 2,3,4Q lllarching Rand 2,3,43 Lettermen 4. Robert Reber, "Bob" - Audio Visual Aid Crew 2: Football 25 Radio Club 33 Stage Crew 3,4. Linda Rebrovich -- Distributive Education Club of America 4. Allan Redick. "Al" - Football 2,3,43 Archon ni-Y 2,3,4. Thomas Reed -- A Cappella Choir 2,3,4. Joseph Reeves -- Boys' Glee Club 25 Intra- murals 2. William Reiman - Concert Band 2,33 Marching' Band 2.3. A view seldom seen-the back of Valley Forge. Peter Renerts, "Pete" - Anvil Staff 2. literary editor 25 Council on Human Rela- tions 3, co-chairman: National Forensic League 33 National Thespian Society 25 Paperback Bookstore 3. Dennis Repp, "Denny" Joan Requarth - Girls' Chorus 25 Office Pages 25 Home Economics Club 4. Clifford Reust, "Cliff" Ronald Revock .Iennace Rhodes - National Honor Society 43 Student Council 45 Notehand Club 4, vice-president 45 Home Economics Club 4. Craig Richard Karen Richardson - Notehand Club 4. Carol Richter - Girls' Chorus 2. Gail Riegler - Girls' Chorus 45 Girls' Glee Club 2,33 Liberty Belles 2.3. Kathleen Riley - A Cappella Choir 3,43 Block Club 43 Boosters 2.3.45 Girls' Choir 23 Intramurals 2,3,43 Office Pages 45 Spanish Club 2: Ski Club 43 Student Coun- cil 2,31 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3. Edward Rindfleisch - Concert Band 23 Marching Band 23 Orchestra 2,3,43 Ski Club 43 Symphonic Band 2. Charles Robbins, "Chuck" - Boosters 3,43 Distributive Education Club of America 45 Spanish Club 3. James Robertson Gary Rodgers Laurene Rodgers. "Laurie" -- Boosters 23 Girls' Chorus 2,31 Office Pages 2,3,43 Co- operative Offiee Practice 4. Elizabeth Rooney, "Beth" Andrea Roskavich. "Andie" - Business Leaders 43 Intramurals 43 Office Pages 33 Xanthian Y-Teens 2. Joann Ruspierski, "Jo" -- Business Leaders 3,4, secretary -1. James Ross. "Jim" - Football 3,43 Intra- murals 43 Lettermen 3.4. Paul Rossman James Roth - Triton Hi-Y 3,43 Track 3,4. Judith Roush, "Jude" - Boosters 43 Girls' Glee 2.3: Intramurals 2,3,4. Jerry Rusnak Robert Russo, "Bob" Michael Rust, "Mike" - Baseball 2: Boosters 4, treasurer: Foutboll 2,3,43 Lettermen 3,-1, treasurer 43 National Honor Society 3,43 Triton Hi-Y 3,4, ser- geant of arms 43 Wrestling 2,3,4. Dennis Rusynyk - Boosters 43 Intramurals 2,3,43 National Honor Society 43 Wres- tling 2,3,4. Richard Sahlay."Rich"-Rhodes 23 Track 3. John Salzer. "Jay" - Boosters 3,43 Intra- murals 23 National Honor Society 43 Tri- ton HisY 3,4. Sydney Sams. "Sid" - Anvil Staff 23 Ars Medica 23 Block Club 43 Boosters 2,3,4Q Future Nurses Club 33 National Forensic League 4: National Thespian Society 3,43 Ski Club 43 Student Council 23 Spanish Club 2,3,43 Xanthisn Y-Teens 2. William Sanders, "Bill" - Concert Band 2,33 Marching Band 2,3. Paul Santora - Saxon Hi-Y 3. Barbara Sarlini, "Barb" - Block Club 43 Boosters 43 Intramurals 2,3,43 Ski Club 43 Student Council 43Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,4. Linda Sartini - Block Club 4, secretary: Boosters 3,41 Intramurals 8,43 Ski Club 43 Student Council 33Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,4. Florence Savicll, "Flo" - Future Nurses Club 33 Girls' Chorus 23 Girls' Glee Club 33 Home Economics Club 4, Donna Sawitzke - West Tech 23 Block Club 4. Joseph Scavone, "Joe" Susan Schaefer, "Sue" - Archive Staff 3,4, writer 3, faculty editor 4: Boosters 2,33 Council on Human Relations 2,3,4: Future Teachers of America 43 Girls' Choir 33 Intramurals 23 National Honor Society 43 Office Pages 33 Orchestra 23 Paperback Bookstore 3,-4. Daniel Schenek. "Dan" - Baseball 2. Rudolph Srhleif Linda Schlenkerman Charles Schmeler - Automatives Club 3,4. Eileen Schmidt - Boosters 23 Business Leaders 43 Girls' Chorus 23 Intramurals National Honor Society 43 Office Pages 3. James Schmidt - Intramurals 2. Mary Lou Schneider - Home Economics Club 3,4, treasurer 3,43 Xantian Y-Teens 4. Sandra Sehoeck Robert Schott, "Bob" - Spanish Club 2. Dale Schubert - Girls' Chorus 2. Barbara Schuerger, "Barb" - Boosters 43 German Club 4. Curtis Schulte, "Curt" Roger Schultz Karen Schulz - Boosters 43 German Club 43 Paperback Bookstore 2. Patricia Schuh, "Pat" - Nazareth Aca- demy 2: Office Pages 4. William Schulz, "Bill" - Spanish Club 3. Linda Schwark - Block Club Boosters 4B Girls' Choir 4: Girls' Glee Club 2,8: In- tramurals 2,8.4g Student Council 4: Xan- thian Y-Teens 2.4. Donald Schwsrzer, "Don" - Intram11!'8lS 23 Distributive Education Club ol America 4. .loaeph Scolaro. "Joe" -- Anvil Staff 43 Boosters 4. Elaine Scullin Dale Sellers - Radio Club 2,8,4. William Soneai, "Bill" - West Tech 2. Lawrence Senllu, "Larry" - Wrebllillg 3.4- .lohn Setar - Automatives Club 3.4, presi- dent 45 Archive Sta!! 4, photographer: Battlecry Staff 2,8,4, photographer 2,S,4. Karen Sevcik Thelma Shartxer - Block Club 45 Boosters 8,4g Business Loaders 23 Office Pages 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Dorian Shatto -- Block Club 4, vice-preai- dentg Boosters 25 Girls' Choir 3,47 Girls' Glee.Club 23 Intramurals 2,43 Student Council 2.8: Xanthian Y-Teens 2.4. Carol Shaw - Business Leaders 45 Girls' Chorus 25 Girls' Glee 3,45 Student Coun- cil 8. Linda Shelton, "Lin" - Boosters 2.8.45 Bus- iness Leaders 4: Girls' Chorus 2: Intra- murals 2,4g Office Pages 35 Student Coun- cil llg Xanthian Y-Teens 25 Bookstore 4. .larnes Sheridan, "Jim" - Library Pageq 23,45 National Theapien Society 2,3,4g Battlecry Staff 2.8. Gary Sherman, "Sharm" -- Distributive Education Club of America 4g Office Pages 2,3. Edward Shorts, "Ed"- Baseball 45 Boosters 4: Football 2,35 Intramurals 23.45 Key Club 43 Letterman 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Wrestling 4: Track 2,3,43 Archon Hi-Y 2,8,4. James Shott, "Jim" -- Boosters 25 Intra- murals 2g Key Club 8,4. Belly Shulnway - Archive Staff 4. writer: Boosters 3,4g Girls' Choir 3,43 Girls' Glee 2: Intramurals 4: Student Council 4, Battlecry Staff 3,4, reporter 3.4. James Sigman Daniel Sikorski, "Danny" - Intramurals 2.8.43 Track 8,-1. Charlotte Skinger - Boosters 2,33 Business Leaders 2,8. Linda Slmra - Orange 2: Block Club 4: Boosters 3,45 Business Leaders 4: Intra- murals 4g National Honor Society 4: Xanthian Y-Teena 4. Steve Slifko - German Club 4g Wrea- tling 2,3,4. Linda Sluas Gary Smesl - American Field Service 43 Baseball 2,3,4g Basketball 23 Boosters 2,3,4g Buckeye Boys' State 3: Canteen Committee 4: Football 2,3,4: Intramurals 2,8,4: Key Club 2,3,4g Letterman 3,43 Na- tional Honor Society 3,4, program chair- man 4g Olympian Hi-Y 2,3,4, vice-presi- dent 43 Ski Club 4: Student Council 2,3,4, president 4. Lawrence Smeyak, "Larry" -- Intramurals 2,3,4g Marching Band 2,8,4g National Honor Society 43 Symphonic Band 2,3,4. Rita Smith - A Cappella Chair 45 Girls' Choir 35 Girls' Glee 2. Terry Smith - American Field Service 33 Archive Staff 4, activity editor: Boosters 2,8,4: Council on Human Relations 25 Future Teachers of America 4g Office Pages 25 Ski Club 3,4: Student Council 45 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Christine Smolinski, "Chris" -- St. Pro- eop 2,3. Sarah Snovvden - Venice 23 Block Club 45 Boosters 8,45 National Thespian Society 4g Office Pages 4: WVFH 4: Xanthian Y-Teens 3,43 Home Economies Club 4. Warren Snyder - Boys' Leaders 2: Foot- ball 4. Reols Socha - Parma High 21 Distributive Education Club of America 43 Girls' Choir 3: Latin Club 35 Russian Club 3,4. Darlene Sollberger, "Dolly" - Audio Visual Aid Crow 23 Concert Band 23 Marching Band 4: Orchestra 3: Symphonic Band 23 Intramurals 8. Joseph Soltesx - Distributive Education Club of America 4. Jack Sonnebom John Soppelsa, "Jack" - A Cappella Choir 4: Boys' Glee Club 2,8, secretary 33 Coun- cil on Human Relations 23 National Thespian Society 2,3,4g Wrestling 2. Karen Spansgel - A Cappella Choir 4: Battlecry Staff 4, reporterg Cheerleaders 2,3, vice-president 39 Girls' Choir 8, treas- urer: Girls' Glee 23 Girls' Leaders 3,43 Intramurals 23,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Student Council 2,8,43 Xanthian Y-Teens 2,4. At a canteen following the Garfield Heights basketball game, students dance the "southside." Charles Speck Patricia Speck Roger Speck - Baseball 2: Basketball 2,8,4: Distributive Education Club of America 4: Lettermen 4: Olympian Hi-Y 8. Robert Speera, "Bob" - Golf 2,8,4g National Honor Society 43 Wrestling 2,8. Linda Spicer, "Keni" - Boosters 43 Girls' Chorus 2: Spanish Club 2. Patricia Stahurskl, "Pat" - Boosters 4. Michael Starr - Football 23 Intramu- rals 2,s,4. Margaret Stebelakl, "Marge" - Anvil Staff 33 Intramurals 2,85 Library Pages 2,8,4g Math Club 45 National Honor Society 42' Russian Club 2,4. Sandra Stelma - A Cappella Choir S,4. Richard Stender, "Dick" -- Audio Visual Aid Crew 3,45 Chess Club 2: Debate Team 29 Math Club 4: National Forensic Len- gue 2. Alan Stephens Michael Slineman, "Mike" Paula Stinich - A Cappella Choir 3,42 Anvil Staff 4: Boosters 2,33 Future Teachers of America 4: Girls' Choir 25 National Honor Society 45 Russian Club 2.8,4. Patricia Stoddard, "Pat" - Block Club 4, publicity chairman: Boosters 2,3,4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Student Council 4: Xanthian Y-Teens 2,3,4, secretary 4. Shirley Stoyha - Lakewood High 2,33 Home Economics 4. Dale Strawhacker - German Club 45 In- tramurals 2,3,4g Marching Band 2.3.4. vice-president 43 National Honor Society 4: Orchestra 43 Student Council 4g Sym- phonic Band 2,8,4, vice-president 4: Track 4. Deborah Stuart, "Debbie" Phillip Sluhblefield - New Brighton High 2,8. Patrick Sturtevant, "Pat" - Football 2: Intramurals 2,3,4g Lotte:-men 2,3,4: Wres- tling 2,3,4. Peter Sturtevant,"Pete"-Football 25 Intra- murals 8,49 Lettermen 2,3,4g Track 2,3,4. Andrew Suchsn. "Andy" - Boosters 4g Boys' Glee Club 2,3,4g Football 2: Ger- man Club 45 Intramurals 2,3,4. Larry Sunyak - Concert Band 2,85 March- ing Band 2,8,4g Orchestra 4: Symphonic Band 4: Centurian Hi-Y 4. Sandra Sutton - National Honor Society 4: Spanish Club 25 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Stephen Swalley, "Steve" - A Cappella Choir 3,4g Boys' Glee Club 2: Concert Band 2: Marching Band 2.8: Symphonic Band 85 Wrestling 2,3,4g Track 2: Cen- turion Hi-Y 3,-1. Daniel Swiatek-Natural Science Club 3,4. Sally Szekeres - Block Club 4: Boosters 43 Girls' Glee Club 2,35 Library Pages 4. Nancy Suunski. "Nan" - Business Leaders 4: Intramurals 2: Office Pages 4. Rita Talceaky - Holy Name 2,8. Sarah Tanzi Timothy Taylor, "Tim" - Boosters 2,3,4, second vice-president 3, president 4: Boys' Leaders 3,41 Cross-Country 3: In- tramurals 2,3,4g Key Club 2,3,4, secretary 4: Student Council 3: Archon Hi-Y 2,3,4, president 3, treasurer 4. Michael Textoris. "Mike" - Baseball 2: Football 2,3,4g Lettemien 4: Wrestling 3. Nancy Thiel - Boosters 2,3,4g Concert Band 2.3: Future Nurses Club 2,3g Marching Band 2.3: Xanthian Y-Teena 4. Carl Thomas - Anvil Staff 4: Latin Club 4: National Thespian Society 2,3,4. Christine Thomas, "Chris" - Block Club 4: Boosters 2,1-l,4, second vice-president 3, president 4: Girls' Choir 2,33 Intramurals 2,3,4g National Honor Society 43 Office Pages 4: Xanthian Y-Teens 8,4. David Thompson, "Dave" - Boys' Glee Club 2,8. .lack Thompson - Baseball 2,8,4g Basket- ball 2g Football 2. Kurt Thornbladh - Anvil Sta!! 2,8,4, art editor 43 Council on Human Relations 2,3,4: Cross-Country 2: Debate Team 2,3,4. captain 4: Ski Club 8,44 Paperback Bookstore 2.3,-ig National Forensic League 2,3,4, president 4. Allan Tillman - Boys' Glee Club 2.8. Diane Timoteo - Office Pages 3: Co- operative Office Practice 4. Paulette Titus - Orchestra 2,8,4g Student Council 3. Bsrbars Tucci, "Barb" - Indiana High 2: Archive Staff 3,4, activities editor 3, literary editor 4: Boosters 4: Future Teachers uf America 4: National Honor Society 4: Xanthian Y-Teens 4. Cheryle Todaro Vivien Todhunter,"Viv"-Business Leaders 3.4: Intramurals 8.4: Office Pages 4: Ski Club 3.4. Dale Tomuslto -- National Honor Society 4. Theresa Toscana, "Terri" - Office Pages 4. Kathleen Toth, "Kathy" - Russian Club 2,3,4g Student Council 25 Battleery Staff 8,4. Richard Toth, "Rick" - Radio Club 4. Andy Trehisuvaky - Track 3. Diana Trojan - Business Leaders 8: Coun- cil on Human Relations 8. Marianne Tulenko-Ara Medica 23 Boosters 35 Council on Human Relations 23 Future Teachers of America 8,47 Intramurals 29 National Honor Society 3,41 National Thespian Society 2,3,4, secretary 4. Kristine Tuomala, "Kris" - Boosters 2.4: Girls' Choir 45 Girls' Glee Club 35 Ski Club 2.3.4. Bruce Turtle - National Honor Society 4. Chrlatlne Tvorili, "Chris" Diane 'Norik John Urban - Boosters 4g Intramurals 3,45 Wrestling 2,3,4g Archon Hi-Y 2,8,4. Cami Vacca - Boosters 2,3,4, secretary 45 Girls' Leaders 8,45 Intramurals 29 Na- tional Thespian Society 44 Spanish Club 2: Student Council 2,3,4. Antoinette Vaccaro, "Toni" Raymond Vaidlk Robert Valent - Concert Band 25 Key Club 8,45 Marching Band 2,8,4g Orchestra 43 Symphonic Band 3,4. Patricia Valejo, "Cleo" Bard Van Chantfort - Council on Human Relations 2,8,4g Debate Team 2,8,4g Na- tional Forensic League 2,3,43 National Honor Society 4. Mary Lou Van Den Haute - Co-operative Office Practice 4. Richard Van 0a Keuls, "Rich" - Archive Staff 4. art editorg Council on Human Re- lations 43 Latin Club 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Student Council 2. 243 .3-...H i. 2 Sharon Jorgensen and Gary Susan Vargo, "Suzie" Twighla Varner - Ferndale High 2: Girls' Choir 45 Girls' Glee 2,85 Math Club 4, vice-president: National Honor Society 4. Michael Veale - Chess Club 25 Football 25 Basketball 2: Intramurals 3,45 Math Club 4: Ski Club 4. Allen YQ-nsky. "Al" - Audio Visual Aid Crew 4: Boosters 3: Concert Band 22 Marching Band 2,3.4gSymphonic Band 3.4. Albert Vererka. "Reggie" -- Boosters 45 Distributive Education Club of America -15 Lettcrlnen 45 Tennis 45 Triton Hi-Y 4. 244 Linda Visosky - Boosters 3.45 Future Nurses Club 35 Girls' Glee 25 Intramurals 2.3.45 Ski Club 4. Carol Vitcha - Anvil Staff 3.45 Boosters 25 Council on Human Relations 2.3.45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Orches- tra 2.3.4. Larry Voglein - A Cappella Choir 45 Base- ball 25 Football 2.3.45 Basketball 2.3.45 Letternien 3.4. Gretchen Voll - Clinic Aides 2.3.45 Future Nurses Club 2.3.45 Office Pages 2. Joyce Wallner-Girls' Chorus 25 Ski Club 4. Smeal take a quiet moment to discuss their futures. Peggy Walter, "Peg" - Business Leaders 45 Office Pages 4. Magdalena Wandschura, "Maggie" Gaye Wandt, "Ringo" - Buckeye Girls' State 35 Girls' Chorus 25 Girls' Glee 4. Dale Warner - A Cappella Choir 3,45 Boys' Glee Club 2,35 Math Club 45 National Honor Society 45 Ski Club 3,45 Spanish Club 45 Archon Hi-Y 2.3.45 Natural Science Club 4. Linda Warren, "Lin" - Boosters 35 Bus- iness Leaders 2: Girls' Chorus 2,35 Girls' Glee 45 Intramurals 25 Office Pages 35 l Ski Club 3,45 Student Council 2.3.45 Xan- thian Y-Teens 2.4. Pamela Warren, "Pam" - Intramurals 2. Patricia Warren. "Pat" - Class Advisory Board 45 Intramurals 25 Student Council 25 Spanish Club 2. Joyce Waugh, "Joy" - A Cappella Choir 45 Boosters 45 Girls' Choir 35 Girls' Glee 25 Intramurals 2.35 Ski Club 4. Karen Weber - Future Nurses Club 3' Girls' Choir 45 Girls' Glee 2.35 Intramu- rals 25 Student Council 2,35 Home Eco- nomics Club 3. Martha Weber - Council on Human Rela- tions 45 Future Nurses Club 2.3.45 Na- tional Honor Society 3.-15 Paperback Book- store 35 Notehand Club 4. Vince Weber - Audio Visual Aid Crew 45 Radio Club 2.3.4. Robert Wehn. "Bob" - Anvil Staff 45 Notehand Club 4. Rosemary Wendt - Distributive Education Club of America 45 Student Council 4. Janet Werkner - Boosters 45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Latin Club 2.3.4, president 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Paperback Bookstore 4. Cai-ulanne Wernig - Girls' Glee 25 Office Pages 2.3.4. Gary Weslek - West Tech 25 Automatives Club 3. Carol Westbrook - Business Leaders 35 Cooperative Office Practice 4. recording secretaryg Intramurals 3. Wayne Wightman - Baseball 2.3.45 Intra- murals 2,3.45 Lettermen 3.45 Orchestra 2.3.45 Wrestling 2.3. Gerald Wilson, "Jerry" - Baseball 3.4. Kennard Wilson, "Ken" - Russian Club 2. Cheriesse Winn - Boosters 2.3.4. Becky Winslow - A Cappella Choir 45 Future Nurses Club 35 Girls' Choir 35 Girls' Glee Club 2. - Richard Wisz - North Royalton High 25 Archon Hi-Y 3. Catherine Wiszoky, "Cathy" - North Royalton High 2,35 Future Nurses Club 4. Julie Witkowski - Future Nurses Club 35 Girls' Choir 45 Girls' Chorus 35 Girls' Glee 25 Library Pages 2. Stanley Wodek, "Stan" James Wohl, "Jim" - Boys' Glee Club 2,35 Boys' Interscholastic Bowling Team 25 Intramurals 2. Lawrence Wolanski. "Larry" Robert Wolkan. "Bob" - Intramurals 3.4. Charles Waller. "Charlie" - National Honor Society 4. Maryann Woodford - Boosters 3.4: Xan- thian Y-Teens 45 Notehand Club 4. Joann Wukovich - St. Francis 25 Canteen Committeee 45 Notehand Club 4. Cynthia Wulf, "Cindy" - Battlecry Staff 3, typist5 Boosters 2,35 Girls' Leaders 3,45 Intramurals 2.3.45 Student Council 2,35 Xanthian Y-Teens 4. William Yankee. "Bill" - German Club 45 Intramurals 45 Wrestling 25 Science Club 4. Gary Yann - Boosters 35 Intramurals 2.3.45 Latin Club 2,35 Wrestling 2.3.4. 1 1 - 0 0 ' . - an ..f'w l Lag 1 l,...i A i 6 'ix ww E I E K f.. .6 ,Q C 'W f i , Aw , .SERV Y 5 3 S A Abarbanell, Mary 78, 163' Abens, Linda 62, 100, 177 Abouserhal, Elie 163 Abraham, Carolyn 149 Abraham, Jarrett Ackerman, Grace 177 Adair, Cheryl 177 Adams, Gloria Adams, Richard 78, 168, 177 Adams, Ronald 149 , Wendy 149 Adrian Aiello, Susan 64, 99, 100, 177 Albert, James 95, 134, 163 Albin, Kathy 82, 96, 149 Alick, Michael 149 Alick, Robert 163 Alston, Linda 177 Amaddio, Nick 177 Ambrose, Robert 163 Ammiller, Sue 79, 149 Amore, Gary 177 Anderson, Larry Bray, Sharon 58, 59, 82, 140, Anders Anders on, Linda 54, 149 on, Linda 93, 163 Andolina, Andrew Andolina, Thomas 149 Andrews, John 163 Andrews, William 149 Andrysco, Barbara 163 Andrysco, Lawrence 163 Anklam, Terry Annibale, Salvatore 72, 119, 149 Antall, Lynda 81, 149 Archacki, Susan 149 Arendt, Christine 149 Arenschield, George 177 Armstrong, Jacqueline 177 Armstrong, James 64, 131, 177 Arndt, Clarke 149 Arndt, Kathleen 163 Arndt, Suzanne 58, 78, 140, 147, 177,178,211 Arnold, Barbara 140, 163 Arnone, Gayle 149 Arthur, Sue 149 Ashie, Sharon 163 Atamanec, John 177 Atwell, Jack Augaitis, Rayetta 163 Auvil, Forrest Auvil, William 64, 177 Avon, Joseph 163 Azolino, Roselynn Babic, B Stanley Bachner, Alan 58, 71, 75, 76, 77 96 Bacik, Ruth 149 Badnwall, William 149 Baird, Baird, Baisch Dennis 73, 149 John 72, 73, 177 , Linda 64, 80, 149 Baker, Christine 79, 163 Baker, Linda 149 Baker, Patricia 177 Balacz, Leslie 149 Balass, Frank 149 246 Index Balint, Deborah 83, 149 Balint, Joyce 66, 68, 79, 100, 178 Ballasch, Alice 163 Balliett, Claudia 60, 78, 80, 163 Balotta, Marianne 58, 62, 98, 99, 100, 102, 178, 179, 223 Balog, Peter 163 Balogh, Kathleen 178 Baloun, Jay 86, 163 Ban, Diana 68, 149 Bania, Nancy 149 Banker, Kathleen 178 Banko, Barbara 149 Banko, Pamela 163 Baranuk, Michael 178 Barbanera, Gale 149 Barber, Gregory 72, 75, 88, 130, 131,178 Barber, Rondi 55, 149 Barile, Joseph 149 Barile, Samuel 72, 75, 134, 178 Barnard, Donald 77, 149 Barnwell, Everett Baronak, George 88, 178 Baronak, James 88, 131, 150, 163 Barrett, Timothy 149 Barry, David 83, 137, 178 Barry, Woodrow 72, 86, 88, 127, 128, 163 Bartek, Philip 178 Bartell, Barbara 54, 60, 79, 178 Bartholomew, Franklin 84, 86, 119,149 Bartlett, Carol 178 Barto, Linda 178 Barylski, Lee 127, 128, 137, 163 Basch, Cheryl 163 Basehore, Bruce 149 Basehore, John 119, 178 Basen, Karen 83, 86, 149 Bash, Helen 82, 149 Basile, Robert 163 Bates, Susan 79, 149 Batig, Dennis 178 Battaglia, Michael 149 Bauer, Barry 58, 94, 178 Bauer, Stephen 149 Baughman, Dale 149 Baumann, Paul 163 Beamish, Randy 81, 149 Beck, Richard 72, 163 Beck, Sandra 70, 149 Becka, Timothy 163 Becka, William 178, 206 Becker, Anita 64, 70, 149 Becker, Raymond 149 Becker, Thomas 72, 178 Becksted, Katherine 80, 163 Bedevelsky, John 149 Bedevelsky, Sharon 178 Bedillion, Lorraine 149 Bedillion, William 179 Bednarik, John 163 Bednarski, Darryl 163 Bedocs, Carol 149 Behner, Martin 96, 163 Behrend, Daniel 163 Beifus, Bruce 149 Belknap, Susan 60, 80, 163 Belle, Margaret Belskis, Barbara 55, 79, 88, 89, 179 Belskis, John 54, 131, 149 Belter, Mary Belz, Gregory 149 Bemer, Terry 81, 149 Bender, Karen 163 Bene, Margaret 149 Bene, Patricia 59, 94, 179 Benedict, Susan 79 Benesh, James Benich, Elaine 68, 179 Benke, Linda 96, 100, 179 Bennett, Cheryl 58, 66, 80, 179 Bennett, Sandra 67, 78, 97, 99, 100, 163 Benson, Dale 83, 84, 86, 163 Bentler, Barbara 62, 96, 179 Berardi, Calla Rae 149 Bergsieker, Nancy 80, 83, 86, 149 Berna, Noreen 66, 67, 79, 179 Bernacki, Carole 163 Bernacki, Janet 67, 179 Bernardina, Anne 1.63 Bernot, Barbara 62, 94, 179 Befzgnaschi, Carol 79, 96, 100, Beseda, Frank 149 Bestmann, Renate Betcher, Kenneth 73 Bettes, John 163 Bevier, Evelyn 179 Biehl, Cynthia 149 Bielawski, Robert 179 Beilawski, Stanley 81, 149 Bielecki, James 149 Bier, Catherine 163 Bier, Ellen 62, 70, 179 Biller, Donald 86, 87, 163 Billo, Penny 96, 149 Binder, Catherine 163 Bingley, Peter 149 Birk, Richard 149 Biros, Paul Biscotti, Matt 131, 149 Bisesi, Charles 149 Bishop, Joseph 179 Bisson, Larry 68, 69, 71, 163 Bittel, Ralph 83, 86, 179 Bittner, Dale 179 Blabolil, Wayne 59, 179 Black, Annette 79, 149 Black, Ross 58, 82, 83, 86, 96, 179 Blaha, Gloria 163 Blaising, Bonnie Blandino, Joanne 163 Blanda, Diane 58, 62, 63, 68, 69, 71, 93, 94, 97, 102, 178, 180 Blocker, Suzan 79, 149 Blondin, Arthur 180 Bloomquist, Betsy 163 Bluett, Patricia 80, 149 Bobeck, Judith 163 Bodnar, Elaine 149 Bodnar, Michael 180 Boehme, William 163 Bogar, Joseph 180 Bogesch, Mary Beth 62, 66, 79, 96, 100, 180 Bohm, Marilyn 66, 70, 78, 163 1 1 Bohna, Richard 163 Boiani, Dennis 149 Bojar, James 163 Bokman, Roberta 79 Boltz, Robert 149 Boltz, Roberta 81, 149 Bombay, Bryon 70, 75, 149 Bonezzi, Nina 55, 149 Bonfield, Patricia 149 Bonfield, Dan 59, 180 Borcenk, Robert 149 Bores, Thomas 180 Borota, Janice 54, 64, 163 Borowec, Helen 149 Bott, William 163 Boulware, Richard 163 Bowden, David Bowman, Joseph 163 Boyer, Richard 64, 78, 80, 163 Boysko, Barbara Bozik, Sandra 180 Bracic, Michael 82, 149 Bracken, Gary 163 Brada, Barbara 180 Bradley, Richard Brakeman, Bruce 149 Brand, Kenneth 78, 83, 86, 149 Brand, Patricia 59, 62, 63, 82, 96,180 Braun, Gregory 63 ' Bray, Diane 78, 83, 84, 86, 96, 149 180, 227 Brenner, Roberta 149 Breno, Dale 77, 127, 149 Brent, Richard 78, 119, 149 Brent, Robert 180 Brents, Karla 66, 97, 163 Brew, Sharon 78, 149 Brickner, James 149 Brigner, Karen 149 Brinker, Jerrold 149 Broggini, Jacqueline 78, 82 Bromeier, Elizabeth 64, 163 Brooks, Broom, Brown, Brown, Brown, 205 Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Linda 80, 163 Ted 81, 180 Arline 149 Daniel 180 Janet 54, 64, 180, 203, Robert Roberta 74, 149 Sheryl 84, 86, 96, 156, 163 Thomas Brownfield, Nancy 180 Brozak, Monica 58, 62, 94, 96, 140, 181 Brucker, Sylvia 163 Bruder, Charles 149 Bruno, Jerry 73, 149 Bruno, Robert 163 Bruski, Linda 64, 79, 149 Bryant, Bruce 70, 149 Bryda, Andrew 149 Bublavy, Michael 149 Bucar, Jeanne Bucar, Linda 149 Buchholz, Jane 81, 149 Budak, Deborah 79, 149 Buk, Georgiana 149 Buker, Gary 81, 149 Bukhair, Joan 54, 74, 76, 78, 80, 97, 100, 163 Bump, Janet 62, 97, 163 Burdell, Josephine 163 Bures, Stanley 163 Burg, Robert 181 Burgess, Bradley 59, 73, 92, 176, 181 Burhoe, Ann 58, 68, 69, 71, 93, 100, 181 Burianek, Jerry 149 Burk, Michael 76, 92, 149 Burk, Patricia 80, 163 Burke, Donna 79, 91, 181 Burke, John 163 Burmeister, Jeffrey 76, 77, 163 Burnell, Jane 181 Burnell, Richard 149 Burney, Bryan 72, 127, 128, 163 Burns, Barbara 149 Busch, Shirley 58, 140, 181 Bush, George 181 Butts, Frank 73, 149 C Caifrey, Elizabeth 149 Cahal, Timothy 119, 127, 149 Cain, Evelyn 163 Calaway, David 54, 72, 119, 131, 149 Calaway, Wallis 58, 59, 72, 88, 181, 214, 227 Calderone, Glenn 82 Caldwell, Elizabeth 67, 181 Cales, Michael 163 Calfee, David A. 149 Calfee, David L. Calfee, Diane 70, 96, 163 Calkins, Thomas 83, 86, 163 Callaghan, Thomas 93, 163 Callaghan, Shirley 58, 66, 79, 182 Callahan, Maureen 100 Callahan, Patricia 93, 97, 99, 100, 163 Camerer, Cameron, Jane 79, 163 Carol 143, 163 Cameron, Gayle 82, 163 Cameron, Jean 149 Campbell, Karen 79, 93, 96, 163 Campbell, Richard Cappallo, Roger 55, 82, 86, 96, 163 Caravona, Dale 72, 125, 149 Carbone, Joseph 96, 163 Cardwell, Dale 65, 182 Cardwell, William 149 Carlson, Janet 149 Carman, Donna 149 Carmean, Lester Caroccio, Ben 149 Caron, James 68, 69, 97, 149 car0n,Judy 71,s2,9a,97,1oo 140,163 Carr, Dyanne 66, 67, 70, 101, 103, 182 Carr, Linda 82, 83, 84, 86, 149 Carretta, Carolyn 142, 143, 182 Carroll, Denise 149 Carroll, Kathleen 182 Caruso, Cynthia 163 Caruso, Guy 163 Carusone, Kathleen 163 Cary, Dale 81, 150 Casale, John 182 Casciano, James 150 Case, Linda 163 Casey, Lynne Cashel, Carol 163 Cassese, Joan 182 Cassidy, Bernard 163 Castle, Gregory 68, 69, 71 Catanese, Charles 55, 81, 150 Cawthon, Patrick 119, 150 Cerny, Diana 163 Cerny, Renee 150 Chaky, Michael 58, 182 Chandler, Katherine 54, 74, 163 Chanter, George 109, 182 Chapman, Diana 182 Chappell, Geraldine 64, 68, 79, 82, 182 Charvat, Frank 163 Chasar, Alan 92, 150 Cheatwood, Sandra Cheris, Carne 182 Chesney, Janet 83, 86, 163 Chesnik, Theresa 163 Chester, Leonard 163 Childs, James 150 Childs, Janette 140, 182 Chiles, Pamela 163 Chippy, Linda 150 Chippy, Rita 182 Chmielewski, Christine 182 Chmielewski, Dolores 150 Chmura, Richard 131, 163 Chrewan, Marlene 58, 94, 96, 182 Chrewan, Paul 150 Christian, Susan 62, 183 Christian, Thomas 183 Chubokas, Mary Ann 150 Chubokas, Rosemarie 183 Churchwell, Robert 150 Ciaston, Scott 119, 150 Cicero, Joseph 150 Cilluffo, Salvatore 150 Cimmino, Renato 96, 97, 183 Cioletti, Cheryl 183 Cioletti, Patricia 183 Clark, Joyce 183 Cleaver, G. Clatterbuck, Douglas 163 Clink, Jacklyn 163 Clutterbuck, Robert 125, 150 Clutterbuck, William 94, 163 Coates, Gregory 183 Coates, Larry 183 Cochran. Donald 84, 86, 163 Cochran, Marlene 183 Colaric, Douglas 73, 183 Cole, Donna 59, 62, 96, 183 Cole, Leonard Cole, Ronald 150 Collins, Bobbie Colonna, Christine 183 Colvin, Gerald 81, 150 Comienski, James 81, 93, 94, 183 Conklin, James 81, 163 Connor, Cheryl 183 Conover, Chris 183 Constantin, Linda 55, 150 Contofalsky, Susan 150 Conway, Carla 81, 184 Cook, Cynthia 66, 78, 184 Cool, Martha 66, 69, 76, 83, 86, 150 Cooper, Cathy 80, 150 Cooper, Karen 70, 150 Cooper, Ronald 96, 127, 128, 129, 137, 184 Cooper, Thomas 184 Coppella, Cheryl 68, 184 Coppella, Ronald Corrao, Ronald Cosby, Kathleen 66, 69, 184 Coseriu, George 72, 78, 96, 163 Costanzo, Carol 81, 150 Costanzo, Gary 184 Cottrell, Preston Coupe, Dennis 73, 118, 119, 127, 150 Covill, Ty 119, 125, 150 Cowan, Robert 150 Coyner, Alan 59, 72, 83, 86, 94, 189 Craig, Cal 184 Craig, Jane 150 Craig, Judith 97, 150 Cramer, Darrah 150 Crane, Aileen 80 Crane, Boyd 184 Crawford, Richard 92 Cristantiello, James Cromwell, Oliver 125, 150 Cross, Frank Csaszar, Holly 80, 150 Csire, Ernest 184 Csontos, James Cubar, Jan 150 Cuffari, William Cullen, Thomas 150 Custer, Nancy 184 Cutietta, James 83, 86, 163 Cydzik, Kathleen 163 Czech, Eva 150 Czech, Mitchel 163 D Dacre, Ronald 163 Dagata, Frank 163 Dagata, Rosanne 184 Dagata, Susan 150 Dagnan, Michael 184 Dagnan, Timothy 163 Dahn,1sSne 55,5s,5a,s2,9e, 17s,177,1s4,196 Dalessandro, David 97, 130, 150 Dalessandro, James 73, 184 Dan, Walter 150 Danelishen, Daisy 64 Danelishen, James Danelishen, Larry Daniels, Michael 54, 72, 75, 88, 89,95J02,134,184,227 Danko, Jane Daransky, Diane 59, 66, 140, 185 Darmstadt, Kathleen 66, 185 Darmstadt, Laurelyn 66, 150 Daugherty, Charles 164 Davis, Charles 72, 150 Davis, David 77, 164 Davis, Diane 180 Davis, Gary 185 Davis, Gregory 185 Davis, Marta 79, 164 Davis, Shirley 164 Davison, David Day, James 95, 96, 185 De Boe, Susan 164 De Franco, Douglas 78, 164 De Frasia, Debra 150 De Haven, Sharon 55, 78, 150 De Lancey, Donald 150 De Marco, Douglas 150 De Oreo, Connie 55, 59, 62, 74, 79, 96, 99, 185, 214, 227 De Souza, Lesley 150 De Vault, Roxann 80, 150 Deacon, Linda 54, 59, 74, 98, 99, 140,141,185,218,219 Deacon, Marsha 81, 164 Deal, Patricia 164 Deal, William 82, 83, 86, 131, 150 Dech, Linda 185, 208 Dech, Peter Decaro, Angelo 150 Decker, John 78, 80, 100, 185 Decker, Thomas 164 Dedo, Rita 100, 164 Dedrick, Linda 150 Dee, Richard 81, 131, 150 Deepe, George 64, 83, 86, 96, 164 Defrasio, Debra 96 Degirolamo, John 185 Dehlinger, Lorraine 150 Deli, George 125, 150 Deli, Germaine 62, 79, 100, 185 Delia, DanieLynn Delia, Sam 73, 164 Delia, Mary 150 DeMarco. Douglas 83, 97 Demeter, Linda Demeter, Williams Demko, 205 Donna 98, 140, 185, 203, Demko, Evelyn 82, 151 Demko, Sally Denega, Denise 164 Dennison, Carol 164 Dennison, John 64, 151 Detwiler, David Deucher, Charleen 66, 185 Deucher, Ella 64, 66, 151 De Vault, Roxanne Devera, Margaret 185 Devlin, Bernadette 185 Devlin, Patricia 164 Dewille, John Dewille, Judith 81, 151 Di Angelo, Linda 55, 74, 151 Di Benedetto, Cesidio 185 De Maria, Stephen 164 Diable, Alan 151 Diable, Bernard Dietrich, Helga 64, 96, 97, 164 Dietrich, Michael 164 Dietz, Diane 79, 97, 164 Dietz, Karl 82, 164 Dillon, Gary 185 Dimas, David 83, 84, 86, 164 Dinardo, Josephine 164 Dimitruk, Paul 54, 72, 95, 164 Dingethal, Lorelei 164 Dingow, Thomas 151 Dinse, Karen, 78, 185 Discenza, Joann 151 247 Djordjevic, Branko 119, 151 Docktor, Gerald 126, 186 Dodick, Susan 19, 186 Doering, Linda 80, 164 Doeringer, Jon 164 Dolloff, Deborah 84, 86, 151 Dombrady, Janet 151 Dombrowski, James 151 Dombrowski, Martin 164 Dominick, Richard 186 Dompier, Thomas 164 Donges, Diane 151 Dorsey, Coralee 164 Dort, Dianne 79, 164 Dougan, Clark 54, 72, 164 Dowczek, Edwin 164 Dowdell, Margaret 64, 186 Dowdell, Michael 164 Downs, Jacqueline 164 Doyle, Patricia 164 Doyle, Richard Drago, Joseph 88, 117, 127, 128, 186 Drago, William 127, 151 Drake, Diana 97, 164 1:-ray, Belinda 68, 84, ss, 164 Fabian, David 187 Drickamer, James 96, 164 Drickamer, John 96, 164 Droll, Janis 66, 66, 68, 186 Drumm, Dawn Drumm, Sharon Du Biel, Christopher 81, 151 DuBois, Laurie 64, 103, 164 Dudukovich, Sally 151 Duffy, Thomas 186 Duke, Marcia 74, 78, 83, 86, 186 Dumford, Dianne 68, 186 Dunger, Mary 80, 151' Dunn, Elaine 101, 103, 186 Duplaga, Mary 186 Durda, Anthony Durda, Christine 164 D Durda, Margie 164 A Durdil, Jeffrey Durichko, Michael 164 Durr, Linda 151 Dustin, Lynne 81, 151 Dwyer, James Dyck, Janice 84, 86, 151 Dzurik, Susan 65, 184, 186 E Eck, Larry 151 Eckerfield, Frances 186 Eden, James , , , Egan, John 97, 164 . Egan, Patricia ,H A A A Eggett, Diane 59, 62, 84,'86, 100, 186, 215 Eging, James 164 4 Eging, Russel 186 ' ' Egyed, David' Ehlert, Norman 151 Ehrbar, James 164 Eibel, Edward 186 Ekleberry, Thomas 156 Ekstrand, Tim 119, 151 Elko, Jacqueline 164 Ellero, Peggy 186 Ellinwood, Philip 186 248 931. Ellis, Gayle 164 Eltrich, Vickie 164 Elwood, Robert 94, 131, 186 Emery, Paul 151 Englehart, Donna 79, 151 Enyart, Warren 98, 99, 164 Eppich, John 164 Eppich, Susan 164 Eppolito, Jo Ann Epstein, Gene 68, 69, 71, 82, 93, 97, 100, 164 Erbs, Nelson 151 Eschbach, Judith 80, 152, 164 Esson, Ruth Ann 151 Estenik, Deidre 164 Euse, Madeline 83, 86, 151 Euse, Stephen 86, 151 Evancic, Douglas Evanovich, Frances Ewalt, Christine 151 Ewalt, Thomas 151 Eyman, Penny 62, 78, 187 F Fabian, Wanda 187 Fabris, James 165 Fackler, Mary 64, 151 Faenza, John 78 Fahrland, Thomas 54, 72, 78, 124, 165 Faia, Vincent 165 Fair, Elizabeth 62, 69, 96, 165 Faldowski, Andrea 151 Falkenstein, Jacqueline 58, 76, 78, 98, 99, 102, 187 Faubel, Craig 72, 187 Faulhammer, Karen 68, 187. Faust, Larry 165, Fava, Alan 151 Fazakas, Frank 73, 165 I Feddy, Gayle 151 Fedock, Peter 75 Feher, Donna Feher, Thomas Fejes, Gayle 151 Felice, Donna 68, 151 Felice, Joe 165 Felice, Sandra 187 Fentress, James 131, 151 Ference, Joan 151 Ferencz, Christine 59, 60, 62, 71, 83, 86, 93, 100, 187 Ferencz, Peter 96, 151 Ferencz, Susan 66, 151 A Ferenczy, Thomas 151 Ferguson, Richard 127 , 151 Ferguson, Timothy 188 Ferretti, Nick 83, 84, 86, 165 Ferrini, Lawrence 188 Fialkowski, Steven 165 Fields, Christine 165 , Fierle, Suzanne 188 Fill, David 64, 165 Filous, Frank 165 Filous, Thomas 188 Filson. Christine 78, 188 Finn, Bonnie Fiore, Leonard 188 Fiore, Ronald 125, 151 Firestone, Elaine Fischer, Gregory 165 Fischer, Jane 64, 86, 151 Fischer, Susan 80, 165 Fisher, Dennis 151 Fisher, Jon 73, 94, 188 Fischer, Robert 188 Fitiak, Andrew 97, 188 Fitzgerald, Kathleen 66, 165 Fix, Christine 68, 151 Fix, Roberta 54, 81, 151 Flamik, George 188 Flegel, Edward 94, 188 Fletcher, Linda 165 Flick, Daniel 188 Florian, Janet 165 Florio, Christophe 165 Floro, Diane 188 Flowers, Nancy 96, 165 Folop, Joan 80, 96, 165 Forchione, Dennis 165 Ford, Kathleen 70, 165 Ford, Richard 151 Forman, Richard 165 Fortenbaugh, Robert Foster, Barbara 189 Foster, Linda 165 Fowler, Wayne 81 Fox, Barbara 64, 140, 189 Fox, Leslie 119 Francesangelo, Ronald 151 Francis, Karen 79, 97, 165 Franczak, Eileen 96, 165 Frank, Judith 66, 89 Frankenberg, Richard 189 Franklin, Mary 55, 66, 162 Franklin, Patricia 99, 140, 189 Franko, John 81, 165 Franks, Barbara 96, 100, 152 Frans, Gene 127, 162 Frantisak, Kenneth 77, 152 Frappier, Linda 152 Fraser, Kathryn , Fratalonie, Vivienne 189 Frederick, Bonnie 77, 165 Frederick, Henry Frederick, Robert 7 7, 165 Freeman, Pamela 152 Fretter, Howard 165 Frey, Joel 131, 165 Frick, Beverly 79, 165 Frick, Larraine 143, 152, 156 Fricker, John 58, 75, 88, 189 Friedrich, Linda 165 Fritz, Janet 66, 79, 97, 152 Fritzsche, Carolyn 77, 152 Frohman, Patricia 78, 84, 86, 165 Fry, David 165 Fox, Leslie 152 Fuizzotti, Peter 165 Fuller, James 72, 75, 88, 102, 131, 189, 227 Fusile, Joyce 152 G Gahan, Thomas 77 Galdun, Nancy 54, 59, 140, 141, 147, 184, 189 Galinas, John 152 Gall, Donald 152 Gall, Paula 80, 152 Gallagher, Kathy 152 Gallagher, Maureen 55, 96, 100, 152 Gallo, Marie 190 Gallucci, Gust 190 Galvan, Frank 152 Galvin, Tim 190 Ganss, Dennis 165 Ganss, Diane 152 Gantose, Robert 165 Garber, Cheryl 66, 97, 152 Garland, Jean 165 Garrett, Janice 82, 165 Gartman, James 72, 88, 190 Gartman, Thomas 54, 88, 127, 162, 165 Gasior, Diane 93, 111, 142, 143, 165 Gate, Kenneth 165 Gaughan, Mary 152 Gazdick, Dennis 64, 75, 78, 165 Gelmas, Christine 152 Genter, Karen Genzen, Jeii' 190 George, Gene 95, 165 Gerace, Michael 83, 86, 190 Gerencser, Constance 79, 96, 152 Germ, Rudolph 190 Gerzeny, Claudia 165 Geschke, Mary 70 Ghrist, John Giaimo, Lucille 68, 190 Giampietro, Mark 152 Gib, John Gibson, Alzona 64 Gibson, Daniel 131, 152 Gibson, William 56, 65, 72, 89, 190, 205, 227 Gilchrist, Cynthia, 58, 64, 65, 69, 190 Gill, James 165 Gill, Kathleen Girard, James Cirardi, James Girosky, Michael 77, 190 Glennon, Thomas 190 Glovitch, Kathy Godman, Duane 69, 84, 95, 152 , Nadine 62, 69, 90, 93, 95 Godman Goebelt, Marilyn 152 Goebelt, Wayne Goebl, Judy 64, 102, 103, 190 Goetz, David 165 Golas, Ronald 131, 165 Goldner, Carol 66, 166 Golem, Cheryl 190 Gonda, George 84, 152 Good, Janis 152 Goodwin, Carol 58, 78,190 Goodwin, Francis 54, 88, 126, 191 Gorsica, Lois Mary 81, 152 Gaudino, Pauline 152 Gough, Karen 81, 152 Graber, Bonnie 152 Graber, John 72, 191 Grabiec, Stanley 131, 152 Grace, Robert 191 Gradine, Catherine 70, 152 Gradine, Rosemary 59, 62, 69, 78, 88, 94, 191 Kathleen 66, 153 Grady, Patricia 166 Graff, Richard 119, 152 Graham, Alan 78, 191 Graham, Charles 73, 81, 152 Graham, Diane 64, 166 Graham, Janet 59, 191 Graham, Robert 131 Graham, Thomas 152 Haddad, Sharon Hadovsky, Anthony 192 Hagenberger, Kenneth 192 Hague, Frederick 120, 127, 152 Hague, John 73, 127, 152 Haitsma, Liede 152 Hakaim, Janice 152 Halden, Constance 153 Granfors, Anthony 72, 96, 131, 166 Granfors, Connie 191 Granke, Jeanette 152 Granke, Rita Grassi, Donald 119, 152 Gravatt, Byron 59, 191 Gray, Richard L. Gray, Richard 166, 191 Grecenuk, Theodore 73, 96, 191 Green, James 81, 131, 166 Green, Janelle 191 ' Greenberg, Emil 191 Gregory, Robert 77, 152 Greschuk, Gayle 80, 83, 86, 100, 152 g - Gresko, Robert 59, 69, 191 Greslick, Shirley 100, 152 Grey, Alan 119, 152 Grzelak, Joseph 131, 152 Grieder, Donald 137, 166 Griesbach, Ralph 152 Griflith, Karl 78, 166 Griffiths, Frederick 131 Grigas, Judith 79, 80, 88, 94, 191 Griger, John 166 Grigger, Linda 62, 96, 166 Grisak, Daniel Grodell, Jeffrey 166 Groenke, Michael 59, 83, 86, 87, 88, 96, 131, 191, 213 Groom, Richard 166 Grove, Alan 166 Grove, John 60, 127, 191 ' Gruhn, William 152 Grunau, Diane 79, 166 Grunau, Lynn 192 Gubics, Kerry 55, 148, 152 Gubics, Laurel 192 Gudin, Carol , Gudin, Kathleen 152 Guenther, Patricia 192 Gumz, Mark 72, 78, 95, 166 Gunnison, Sheldon 119, 152 Gural, Robert 97, 166 Gural, William 96, 97, 131, 166 Gurko, Carole 152 . Gurovich, Kenneth 152 Gurrera, Samuel 192 Guska, Rita 166 Guthrie, Karin 192 Guzzo, Frank Haberkost, Deanna 58, 79, 94, 140, 192 Habig, Dale 166 Haburchak, Lawrence 83, 86, 152 Habusta, Steven 79, 98, 99, 179, 192 Hace, James 166 Hack, Fred 166 Hales, Dennis 166 Hall, Karen 55, 60, 79, 140, 166 Halle, David 152 Haller, Alice 192 Hamilton, Norma 64, 192 Hamlin, Kathy 64, 68, 152 Hammond, Melanie 59, 66, 88, 89, 192 Hammond, Melinda 58, 66, 88, Hamula, Kirk 166 Hamula, Linda 64, 66, 192 Haney, Robert -72, 166 Hanna, Michael Hanna, Robert 153 Hanna, Thomas 126, 153 Hannan, Eileen 82, 192 Hannebrink, David 125, 153 Henning, Nancy 166 Hanson, Kathy 192 Hanson, Patricia 153 Happel, Elizabeth 81, 153 Harchar, Andrea 100, 166 Hardy, Diane 64, 68, 78, 192 Hardy, Karen 54, 78, 140, 166 Harlan, James 75, 192 Harnak, Sandra 79, 166, 170 Harper, Roger 59, 72, 83, 86, 137, 192 Harrigal, Glenn 166 Harris, Kenneth 153 Harris, Sue 193 Harrison, Richard 153 Harrison, Susan 64, 69, 193 Hartlieb, Carol Hartlieb, Terry 72, 75, 78, 80, 166 Don 82, 83, 86, 193 Hartman, Hartman, Judith 166 Hartman, Terry 193 Hasbrook, Roy 54, 78, 88, 89, 101, 179, 193, 205 Hasek, Roberta 166 Hasman, Charles 193 Hatvany, Richard 193 Haug, Andrea 166 Haug, Janice 166 Haug, Judith 58, 140, 141, 193 Haug, Linda 193 Haupt, Daniel Havens, Nancy 78, 166 Haviland, Mary 64, 153 Hawran, Patricia 193 Hayes, James 131, 153 Hayes, Suzanne 80 Hayn, Darrel 193 Hays, Charlette 193 Healey, Rita 153 Hebebrand, Sandra 100, 166 Hehmeyer, Karl 127, 153 Hehmeyer, William 59, 131, 193 Heidenreich, Peter 72, 88, 193 Heider, Theodore 166 Heil, Charlene 79, 166 Heise, Alan 166 Heise, David 166 Helms, Shirley 166 Hemmings, John 193 Henninger, Susan 194 Hennings, Geraldine 81, 143, 153 Hepp, Norbert 77, 194 Heppner, Arthur 131, 166 Heppner, Penny 55, 153 Heppner, Ronald 194 Herbold, Judy 80, 166 Herendic, Joanne 153 Herendic, Kathryn 166 Herman, Noreen 80, 194 Herman, Robert Herrera, Richard 153 Herrity, Kathleen 166 Herrity, Patrick 153 Herron, Donna 194 Hertel, Linda 78, 194 Hesseman, Carol 194 Hewis, Scott 76, 93, 166 Hickey, Dennis 166 Hickman, Iiinda 62, 79, 166 Hicks, Bonnie 153 Hicks, Ronald 166 High, Ronald 76, 83, 86, 96, 166 Hilfer, Robert 84, 86, 153 Hill, Barbara 64 Hill, Burnette 166 Hill, Donna 166 Hill, Ellen 62, 69, 80, 194 Hill, Raymond 166 Hill, Ron 194 Hiller, Thomas 153 Hinckley, Sue 97, 100, 166 Hine, Deborah 153 Hirschauer, James 166 Hirschauer, Jean 194 Hirko, Edward 153 Hlavaty, John 194 Hoag, Joy 166 Hoban, Francis 166 Hocevar, Linda Hoder, Gwen 154 Hodge, Amelia 94, 96, 194 Hoffman, Judith 84, 86, 153 Hoflich, Rosemary 166 Hofstrom, Karl 72, 166 Hogue, Martha 153 Hohmann, Robert 54, 96, 97, 153 Holden, Constance 82 Hollo, David 81, 153 Hollo, Joseph 166 Hollowell, Robert 153 Holm, Judith 64, 65, 68, 194 Holms, Laura 62, 97, 166 Holt, Edward 92, 166 Holt, Richard 166 Holz, Robert 166 Holzschu, Phyllis 166 Holzworth, Robert 73, 7 5, 166 Hooker, Gloria 194 Hopperton, Emilie Horky, Carolyn 70, 166 Hornack, Barbara 194 Hornsby, Barron 153 Horner, Karl 166 Harrigan, Kevin 75, 89, 96, 101, 102, 166, 179 Horton, Daniel 153 Horvath, Charles 194 Horvath , James 58, 70, 94, 194 Horvath, Horvath, Horvath, Horvath, Horvath Linda 68, 166 Lloyd 153 Patricia 96, 153 Susan 66, 140, 143, 166 Hose, Patricia 59, 62, 78, so, 96, 194 Hotaling, Stephen 166 Householder, Floyd 153 Hovanes, Carl 74, 166 Howard, James 153 Howard, Kenneth Hrabak, Lorraine 153 Hrenya, Mark 119, 153 Hribar, Janet 59, 88, 89, 94, 194 Hrjgalgy, Joseph 54, 64, 72, 82, 83, Hubbard, Diane 79, 153 Hudson, Carol 55, 62, 68, 69, 78, 195 Huge, Robert 153 Hughes, Terry 153 Hulec, Jean 64, 80, 195 Humenik, Paul 166 Hummel, Mark 166 Hunn, Marlene Hunt, Geralen 60, 67, 78, 192, 195 Hunt, Patricia 70, 153 Hunter, Carolyn 82, 153 Hunter, Donna 195 Hupcej, Christopher 81, 153 Hupcej, Robert 153 Hurr, Deborah 166 Hustick, Alex 153 Hutchings, Richard 81, 97, 153 Hynes, Sherry 195 I Iacano, Patrick 166 lhde, William 72, 166 Illuzzi, Charles 153 Imbrigiotta, Frances 195 Immormino, Cynthia 153 Immormino, Joseph Immormino, Linda 195 Imperial, Roseline 166 Indellicati, Mary 166 Ingersoll, Suzan 54, 78, 82, 83, 86, 96, 166 Isaac, James 119, 125, 153 Isenhath, Rebecca 195 Ivancic, Richard 126, 195 Ivancic, Robert 153 J Jablonski, Allen Jablonski, Dennis 195 Jackson, Kathleen 153 Jackson, Robert 195 Jackson, Thomas 166 Jacob, Joanne 62, 78, 166 Jacobi, Barbara 59, 65, 195 Jacobs, Beverly 196 Jacobs, Mary 196 Jadrych, Susan 196 Jagusch, Barbara 80, 196 J agush, Christine 64, 80 249 Jake, Lewis 153 J akovic, John 166 Jakubowski, Alan 166 Jakubowski, Dale 153 Jakubs, David 124, 166 Jakubs, Dennis 153 Jalovec, Elliott 196 Jalovec, Wade 166 Janda, Louis 131, 166 Jankura, Kathryn 153 Janosko, Linda 93, 96, 166 Janotta, Lee 153 Jansrna, Sheryl 54, 79, 96, 148, 153 Jarmusik, Beverly 153 Jarmusik, Sandra 196 Jarnigan, Glenn 196 Jarvis, Christine 66, 67, 196 Jarvis, Joseph 119, 153 Javorsky, Diana 196 Javorsky, Donald 131, 154 Jaworski, Kathleen 154 Jech, Donna 196 J efferson, Ethel 196 Jefferson, Sandra 166 Jenkins, Sandra 154 Jennings, Kathy 78, 81, 154 Jennings, Lawrence 77, 78, 166 Jensen, Ronald 84, 86, 154 Jerome, David 83, 166 Jex, Margaret 154 Jicha, Jon 83, 134, 154 Jicha, Linda 66, 196 Jicha, Richard 86, 119, 127, 154 Jira, Kathleen 81, 154 Jira, Laura 69, 93, 166 Johnson Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson, , David 166 Keith 119, 154 Linda 80 97 166 , Nancy 70, 154 Pamela 66, 166 Johnston, Susan 66, 196 Jones, Glenn 166 Jones, Marlene 154 William 154 Jones, Michael 95, 131, 137, 166 Jones, Patricia 196 Jones, Steven 72, 78, 88, 95, 131, 166 Jones, Vicki Jordan, Renee 55, 60, 68, 166 Jordan, Rita 55, 68, 143, 154, 156 Jorgensen, Sharon 102, 103, 179, 196, 223 Jovan, Rita 84, 86, 196 Joyce, Gregory 72, 134, 166 Junno, Sylvi 59, 92, 96, 100, 197 Jurand, Henry 94, 97, 166 Jurca, Eileen Jurca, Robert 37, 88, 139, 166 K Kachelein, Susan 79, 166 Kachmar, Richard 154 Kaczorowski, Barbara 154 Kadane, Robert 154 Kader, Gary 76, 88, 94, 197 Kafun, Dolores 154 Kafun, Kathryn 60, 197 Kalamasz, Karen Kalbuagh, Robert 154 Kalilich, Susan 197 250 Kalina, Richard 154 Kalita, Dennis 197 Kalkbrenner, Carl 166 Kaminoski, Michael 154 Kzirgignski, Sharon 58, 62, 63, 86, Kamms, Susan 81, 100, 154 Kamps, Dale 96, 154 Kamps, Lee 75, 197 Kandra, Dale 119, 154 Kapela, Anton 154 Kapela, Gregory 72, 82, 83, 86, 136, 197 Kapusta, Sandra 64, 81, 154 Kapustar, Alan 58, 75, 88, 123, 124, 197 Karales, Mary Ellen 79, 88, 89, 142, 143, 197 Karbon, Laura 154 Kare, Deborah 81, 86, 154 Karlosky, Allen 154 Karlosky, Joyce 197 Karlovsky, Marlene 62 Karnowski, David 197 Karnowski, Mary 81, 154 Karpowicz, Marie 62, 68, 69, 71, ' 97, 166 Kasik, Patricia 154 Kaska, Joyce 197 Kasmin, Larissa 166 Kasnyik, Kenneth 197 Kasper, Barbara 154 Kasper, Stephen 98, 99, 166 Kassouf, Barbara Kassouf, Richard R. 166 Kassouf, Richard S. 166 Kassouf, Robert 166 Kathrien, Joseph 131, 154 Kathrien, William Katzan, Louise 59, 60, 68, 197 Kaugurs, Mara 79, 95, 197 Kaye, Steven 78, 80, 166 Kelch, Russell 76, 81, 166 Keller, Jane 154 Kemer, Barbara 64, 154 Kempton, Susan 167 Kencson, Ronald 72, 117, 119, 154 Kendrick, Linda Kenney, Louise 154 Kent, Thomas 154 Kepes, Karen 62, 78, 94, 198 Kercsmar, Carolyn 154 Kereky, Andrew 167 Kerlin, James 197 Kerner, Ronald 54, 77, 198 Kerr, Robert 131, 167 Kessler, John 154 Kettler, Edward 64, 198 Kettler, Kathleen 70, 96, 167 Kerins, James 167 Kibler, Dwain 88, 127, 128, 129, 139, 198 Kikta, Frank 154 Kilbane, Judith 64, 198 Kilbane, Terence 75, 198 Kilbane, Timothy 81, 167 Kilroy, Michael Kiiigigaum, Linda 62, 86, 94, 102, Kincart, Robert 167 King, Beverly 79, 96, 167 King, Nancy 154 Kinsman, Susan 140, 198 Kinzy, Gary 167 Kiraly, James 86, 154 Kirby, Barbara 66, 167 Kirby, John 62, 94, 198 Kircher, Karen 79, 167 Kirchner, Gregory Kirk, Terry 83, 86, 96, 154 Kirkpatrick, Joy 198 Kirstein, Pauline 62, 69, 80, 88, 89, 93, 198 Kish, Carol Kish, Frank 72, 198 Kish, Margaret 154 Kish, Veronica 198 Kitko, Eileen 198 Kittinger, Burton 154 Kittinger, Catherine 198 Kittinger, Walter Klan, George 167 Klatt, Karen 154 Kleinpeter, Walter 154 Kleiss, Neal 198 Klembarsky, James 167 Kliever, Garrett 119, 154 Klima, Thomas Kling, Liisa 84, 86, 96, 167 Klingman, Caren 198 Kloos, Dolores 99, 100, 198 Klun, Marie 154 Klusmann, Richard 96, 154 Knable, Dennis 154 Knable, Margaret Knapik, Sharon 199 Kobs, Gary 84, 86, 154 Kocab, Susan 167 Kocaia, John 88, 131, 199 Kocaja, Thomas 167 Koch, Cheryl 199 Koch, Fred 154 Koch, Lenore 66, 80, 154 Kocian, Joseph 76, 167 Kocik, Dale 154 Kocka, Julius 167 Koehler, Klaus 167 Koehn, Darlene 69, 167 Koehn, Deborah 140, 167 Koenig, Karen 65, 79, 199 Koerper, Thomas 84, 86, 154 Koharik, Richard 76, 92, 199 Kolesar, Diane 154 Kolibaba, Diana 199 Kolke, Deborah 95, 167 Kolman, Patricia 199 Kolman, Toby 54, 72, 106, 199 Kolthoff, Linda 199 Kolthoff, Thomas 154 Komar, Nancy 154 Komar, Richard 199 Komora, Howard 167 Kontur, Ronald 199 Koopman, William 167 Kopp, Michele 199 Koppitch, Rae Ellen 143, 154, 156 Kordiak, Rosemary Koryta, Roberta Kost, Paula 199 Koster, Sharon 54, 99, 140, 147, 162, 167, 168 Kostranchuk, Paul Kotalik, Dale 167 ' Kotasek, Nancy 66, 79, 199 Kott, Jane 62, 79, 102, 140, 167 Kouba, Nadine 79, 154 Kovach, John 154 Kovacic, Charles 60, 62, 81, 95, 167 Kovalenko, Christine 167 Kovalenko, Sofia 79, 154 Kowar, Clayton 137, 167 Kozak, Bemard 199 Kozik, David 83 Kozimor, Christine 58, 62, 63, 69, 90, 94, 97, 102, 200 Kozimor, Lawrence 72, 75, 127, 167, 170 Koziol, Diane 200 Koziol, James 154 Krafcik, John 54, 82, 83, 97, 154 Krafcik, Patricia 82, 86, 97, 167 Kraus, Phillip Krause, David 73, 154 Krawchenko, Nina 200 Kraynak, Deborah 167 Krech, Thomas 167 Kreko, Lois 200 Kresanko, William Kreuscher, Karla 167 Kreutzer, Jeffrey 78, 82, 83, 86, 167, 168 Krisak, David 59, 75, 200 Kriska, Steven 200 Kriska, Suzanne 80, 154 Krivos, Thomas 119, 127, 154 Kroboth, Shirley 200 Kramer, Donald 54, 72, 167 Kron, Cheryl 80, 154 Kronenberger, Nancy 200 Kruse, Dale 84, 86, 154 Krysiak, Anita 55, 167 Kubene, Gary 154 Kubit, Gayle 62, 82, 83, 86, 100, 167 Kucinski, Benedict 167 Kudlacz, Kathryn Kudlaty, Edward 154 Kuehner, Wayne 154 Kugler, Wayne 167 Kuhar, Carolyn 200 Kuhn, Kuhn, Kuhn, , Terry 64, 80 Kuhn, Kuhn Carl 167 Donna 154 John 131, 154 Kuhns, Roberta 154 Kuk, Donald 127, 154 Kulcsar, Gail 62, 78, 140, 141, 176, 200 Kulczycki, Michael,58, 93, 94, 96, 200 Kumerow, Roy 154 Kuntz, Heidi Kunz, Gregory 167 Kupniewski, Daniel 200 Kurak, John 59, 200 Kurka, Robert 167 Kgzbtg, Barbara 59, 79, 140, 147, Kurtz, Janice 154 Kuznar, James 167 L Labuda, Nancy 64, 167 Lacek, George 167 Lacek, Joseph 198, 200 Lieberman, Richard 81, 126, 168 Miller Lach, Stanley 84, 86, 154 Lade, Robert 127, 128, 154 Lajeski, Maureen 154 Lalli, Richard 154 Lamb, Betty 79, 167 Lamb, Sally 79, 200 Lambert, Barbara 66, 67, 80, 167 Lampert, Mary Lynn 79, 97, 167 Landis, Diane 167 Lane, Margaret 167 Lange, George 73, 188 Lange, Ronald 72 Langston, C. 86 Lantzer, William 167 Lanza, Anthony 20 Lanzer, Linda 20, 59, 83, 86, 100 Lanzdorfl Danny 20, 75, 136 Lapossy, Carol 20, 60, 67, 69, 79 Lapossy, Kenneth Lapossy, Ronald 154 LaRosa, Joan 83, 95, 154 Lascko, John LaScola, Paul 154 Lasky, Richard 168 Lasky, Rosemary 154 Latimer, Jeffrey 110, 127, 128, 136, 168 Latine, Lawrence 20 Latos, Christine 201 Latter, Bruce 72, 134, 201 Latza, Margaret 201 Laudadio, Anna 64, 154, 201 Lauger, Sheila 64, 201 Laurenzi, Ronald 154 Laux, James 78, 110, 168 Lawhorn, Steven 201 Lawicki, Leonard 168 Lawler, Frances 168 Lawler, Sharon 64, 102, 168 Lawrence, Linda Lawther, Marsha 80, 154 Le Comte, Karen 154 Leahy, Gary 201 Lechner, John Lee, Kenneth 126, 168 Legan, Joanne 66, 201 Legan, Louise 168 Leggett, Darlene 65, 201 Leggett, Patricia 70, 154 Lehotan, Constance Lehotan, Karen 201 Leiby, Diane 54, 201 Lemire, Paul 64, 201 Lempner, Joseph 204 Lenart, Gregg 81, 154 Lengyel, Lois 54, 78, 93, 168 Leonard, Mary 62, 78, 93, 142, 204 Leporati, Tom Leppa, Mark 73, 126 Lerch, Al 215 Lerch, Judy 58, 68, 69, 71, 79, 93, 97, 100, 201 Lesczynski, Daniel 168 Levnajic, Marisa 168 Lew, Linda 168 Lenart, Gregg Licilgztar, Debora 76, 83, 84, 86, Lignos, George 94, 204 Liguori, Julius 83, 87, 204 Lillie, Nancy Lime, John 119, 154 Lincoln, Gloria 204 Lind, David Lindquist, William 168 Lindquist, Thomas 154 Lindsen, Sharon 79, 168 Lindway, Diane 168 Link, Carolyn 66, 96, 168 Link, Linda 66, 204 Lioce, Gregory 204 Liptay, Kenneth 154 Liptay, Thomas Lischer, Norman Littman, Albert 168 Littman, Mary Livingston, Mary 154 Lloyd, Janice 80, 154 LoParo, Charleen 201 LoParo, Mary 168 Loadman, James 154 Loebs, Stephanie 80, 97, 154 Loftis, Barbara 55, 204 Logan, Chalmers 154 Lohman, Bruce Lohmann, Patricia 55, 66, 100, 148, 154 Loika, Gregory Loika, Sally 79, 203, 204, 205 Long, Robert 204 Lopez, Anita 64, 204 Lord, Carol 55, 83, 86, 168 Loudon, Christine 66, 68, 168 Louis, George Louis, Raymond Lovelady, Dane 73, 168 Lovelady, Lane 168 Lowdermilk, David 204 Lubowicz, Cynthia 64, 168 Lubowicz, Joseph 205 Lucas, Marlene 100, 205 Lucas, William 93, 168 Ludwig, Rolf 76, 93, 95, 168 Luich, Michael 168 Luich, Patrick 154 Luka, Deborah 168 Lukacsko, Timothy 131, 154 Lukasik, Gary 205 Luke, Judi 205 Luta, Diane 80, 154 Lutizio, Antonio Lutz, Karen 97, 168 Lutz, Thomas 205 Lynch, James 168 Lynch, Kathleen Lynn, Linda 154 Lyszczyk, Henrica 168 M Maar, Andrew 205 Mabry, Steven 72, 84, 155 Mack, Michele Mackenzie, Scott 77, 168 Mackert, Linda 59, 82, 83, 86, 205 Mackey, Richard 95, 155 Mackulin, Lynne 79, 155 Macron, Fred 7 7, 168 Maden, Kathleen 168 Madigan, Martin Maile, Diane 84, 86, 155 Maika, Robert Maika, Susan 80, 155 Majka, Thomas 168 Majstruk, Sophia Makovich, Ronald 155 Makoski, Wayne 205 Malek, George 205 Malone Jr., Thomas Malusky, Lancing 94, 205 Mancuso, Deborah 168 Mandel, Joan 155 Mann, Ann 168 Manson, Gale 155 Mapes, Georgia 205 Mapes, Maria 64, 168 Maradits, James 206 Mgiagsinian, Mary Lou 58, 69, 78, Marhefka, Patricia 206 Marheika, Richard 155 Marr, Judith 78, 96, 206 Marsoun, Dennis 137, 206 Martell, Linda 206 Martens, Dale 72, 155 Martens, Neil 72, 84, 86, 206 Martin Alan Martin Carolyn 66, 79, 155 Martin Cheryl 168 Martin Donna 155 Martin, Joseph Martin, Richard 76, 88, 206 Martin, William 76, 155 Martinez, Gary 206 Martinez, Kathy 155 Martis, James 168 Marx, Douglas 77 Marzenski, Henry 155 Maschuk, Mary Mascol, Robert 155 Mason, Marilyn 58, 79, 94, 206 Mason, Stanley 168 Massoni, Charlotte Matea, James 206 Mathews, David 84, 86, 206 Matlak, Ann Marie 168 Matuska, Sandra 206 Maudsley, Richard 206 Maudsley, Robert 81, 168 Maxsymin, Anna 206 May, Kalman 70, 168 May, Thomas 126, 206 Mayer, David 155 Mayer, Jacqueline 168 Mayer, Karen 80, 155 Mayernik, Ellen 206 Mayfield, Douglas 76, 99, 155 Mayfield, Joyce 81, 155 Mayne, Richard 155 McCorkle, Dale 155 McCormick, Paula 140, 168 McCormick, William 155 McCulloch, Martha 78, 207 McDonald, Karen 155 McDonald, Martha 56, 69, 207 McDonald, Sharen 64, 155 McDonough, Paul 168 McFadden, Thomas 207 McFarlane, Robert 207 McGill, Gerald 70, 155 McGreehan, Kathleen 64, 155 McGuire, Danny 168 McKee, Christopher 155 McKitrick, Robert 155 McMillen, Lois 168 McNamara, Michael 127, 168 McNoldy, James 131, 168 McNoldy, Marian 80, 207 McPhail, Bradford McPhail, Richard 155 Mecke, Richard 168 Mecsko, Susan 96 Medlong, Jane Meeks, James 69, 207 Meeth, James 72, 84, 86, 155 Mehalik, Kathryn 55, 65, 69, 207 Mehling, Robert 155 Maggie, James 64, 75, 78, 84, 86, Meinke, Karen 81, 155 Melda, James 76, 168 Melhuish, Eugene 207 Melhuish, Paul 168 Melnyk, George 168 Mendlek, Rosann 168 Mentall, Dennis 125, 155 Mezzerknecht, Craig 78, 84, 86, Metro, Joanne 155 Metro, Kathleen 168, 169 Metz, James 207 Metzger, William 96, 169 Meyer, Gifford 207 Meyer, Kim 72, 207 Meyo, Beverly 70, 155 Michalske, Joann 62, 69, 82, 83, 86, 93, 100, 207 Michaud, Alan 73, 137, 169 Michnay, Susan 155 Mihalek, Kathleen Miketa, Frances 169 Mikulas, Timothy 76, 88, 208 Mileti, Mary Ann 81, 155 Mileti, Robert 208 Milinkovich, Donald 54, 119, 131,155 Milinkovich, Justine 208 Milinkovich, Melva 155 Mazanec, Richard 155 Mazkalnins, Arnis 155 Mazzeo, Nicholas 207 Mazzo, Anthony 72, 119, 131 Mazzo, Darlene 207 Mbiad, Maryann 168 McAllister, Linda 168 McCann, Michael 155 McCleave, Jeffery 54, 72, 127, 168 McCleave, William 73, 88, 116, 138, 207 McClelland, Warren 54, 82, 84, Millard, Cheryl 169 Miller Gregg 155 Miller, John Miller, Judith 58, 74, 202, 204, 205, 208 Miller, Linda 208 Miller Mark 119, 155 Miller Ronald 81, 208 Miller, Shirley 70, 169 Miller, steven aa, 124, 169 , Toni se, 131, 155 McClintock, Linda 207 Miluch, Nellana 80, 155 Minch, Randall 155 251 Minto, Richard 169 Mion, Eugene 78, 80, 97, 208 Mion, Robert 169 Mirka, Linda 155 Mitchell, Dale 81, 208 Mitchell, Myron Mitterholzer, John 81, 169 Mitzo, Monica 59, 62, 63, 208 Mixter, Kenneth 126 Mizanin, James 82 Mizisin, Jodie 83, 86, 155 Mlakar, Roy 155 Mlcoch, Robert 169 Mlecik, Michael 75, 208 Mlecik, Steven 73, 155 Mobily, Kenneth 155 Modney, Robert 83, 86, 155 Moenich, Terrance 82, 83, 84, 86, 155 Mohler, Kenneth 208 Mokaren, Dale 169 Molina, Dennis 155 Molina, Phillip 208 Molnar, Gary Molnar, Kathleen 155 Monachino, Linda 155 Monachino, Ronald 169 Monachino, Scott 81, 155 Monachino, Steven 54, 169 Monde, Sandra 155 Monoc, Daniel 83, 86, 208 Moon, Thomas 169 Mooradian, Gayle 80, 155 Mooradian, William 78, 80, 208 Moore, Dennis 169 Moore, Edward 76, 88, 131, 208 Moore, Susan 155 Moose, Sarah 67, 209 Morad, Fred 155 Morar, Linda 155 Morgan, Jane 169 Morris, Constance 169 Morris, Nancy 80, 155 Morse, David 76, 81, 169 Morse, William 155 Moser, Barbara 62, 83, 86, 209, 227 Mosshart, Mark 134, 169 Mosshart, Nancy 155 Mostrom, Gail 79 Motko, Bruce 126, 155 Moynihan, Robert 81, 155 Mozes, William 169 Mraz, Dennis 155 Marzek, Mark 72, 209 Mueller, Deborah 169 Muhlstadt, Paul 155 Muldoon, Nancy 79, 93, 169 Murphy, Donald 169 Murphy, Sandra 209 Murray, Paul Muse, William 169 Musheno, Scott 59, 73, 209 Musolfl John 72, 169 I Musto, Thomas 155, 169 Myczkowski, Robert 169 Myers, Charlene 58, 62, 78, 140, 141, 147, 188,209 Nagy, Ernest 155 Nahornyj, John 155 Nanni, William 169 Nato, Linda 64, 65, 76, 209 Nawrocki, David Nawrocki, Sandra 155 Nayman, Kenneth . Nayman, Sandra 62, 68, 69, 71, 97, 169, 209 Neale, Janet 155 Nechvatal, Sharon 209 Necker, Timothy 72, 137, 209 Needham, Lynn 54, 58, 69, 78, 79, 94, 98, 140, 209 Nehez, Diane 209 Nehring, Margaret 209 Neiger, Barbara 80, 155 Neish, Gail 169 Nelson, Carol 58, 93, 100, 209 Nemec, Edward 209 Nemerovsky, Alan 55, 155 Nemeth, Dian 62, 66, 96, 169 Nemeth, Karl 119, 131, 155 Nesbit, Richard 169 Nespeca, Paula 78, 83, 86, 155 Neubauer, Waltraud Neubecker, Carla 80, 169 Neubecker, Winston 97 Neumann, Marianne 59, 94, 209 Neumeyer, James 209 Neumeyer, Ronald 84,86 Neuzil, Lois 169 Nevins, Charles 209 Newell, Paul 92, 155 Newell, James 209 Newton, Beverly 156 Nichols, Linda 79, 156 Nicholson, Constance 209 Niedhammer, Noel 72, 209 Nielsen, Paul 169 Niemi, David 83, 86, 210 Niemynski, James 73 Niemynski, Thomas 169 Nikolai, Donald 60, 72, 137, 210 Niksa, David 156 Noack, Carol 210 Noack, Judy 55, 64, 86, 156 Noga, Ronald 156 Noll, Daniel 210 Noll, Pamela 169 Noll, Nicholas 73 Noll, Paul 119, 1569 ' Norenberg, Julia 62, 93, 96, 169 Notarianni, Thomas 156 Noton, Carol A Novak, Richard 64, 83, 86, 169 Novotny, Michael 72, 128, 169 Nowak, James 156 Nowak, Kathy 79, 210 Nowlin, Steele 75, 81, 169 Nupp, David Nusser, Robert 169 Nyerges, Russell 81, 97, 169 O O'D0nnell, Brian 81, 210 O'Hara, Karen 169 O'Hara, Sheila 156 Obenuaer, Robert 82, 86, 210 Obert, Mary 65, 210 Obloy, Susan 169 Ocetik, Linda 55, 62, 98, 99, 210 Odell, Pamela 55, 169 , Oktavec, James 169 Octavec, Thomas 210 Olive, Terrence 78, 96, 210 Onda, Christine 156 Onda, Michael 169 Ongert, Robert 156 Opalka, Sandra 156 Oprazadek, Mary Rose Orenick, Emil 210 Oriold, Kathleen 79, 82, 96 Ornas, Gregory 64, 210 Ornsby, Marcia 79, 96, 100, 156 Oshiro, Donald 125, 131, 156 Oshiro, Richard 58, 76, 119, 127, 210 Overbaugh, Gregory Q Overbeck, Cynthia 79, 99, 169 Overton, David 96, 169 Owen, Mary Beth 169 Owen, Pamela 93, 96, 100, 169 Ozog, Peter 169 , P Pabst, Lawrence 72, 84, 86, 156 Pace, Sandra 64, 211 Pachuta, Kathleen 66, 100, 169 Paine, Diana 169 Paine, Frank 84, 86, 156 Painting, scott 73, 99, 137, 205, 211, 214 Palange, Michael 127, 169 Palascak, Fred 88, 211, 216 Palascak, Maureen 156 Palechka, Sandra 169 Paletta, Richard Palicka, Joann 170 Pall, Gerald 58, 73, 137, 211 Palladina, William 156 Pallotta, Fred 81, 156 Palmer, Linda 170 Panek, Frank 81, 156 Panik, Lester 211 Pannell, Ronald 77, 211 Pannell, Thomas Panza, Ray Paoletta, Sharon 143, 156 Paolino, Terry Papa, Philip 156 Pape, Joanne 64, 65, 76, 93, 211 Papp, Ernest 131, 170 Papushak, Mary 64, 65, 211 Parker, Mary 55, 80, 156 Parker, Susan 100, 156 Parks, Harold Parks, Patricia 211 Parrish, David 55, 72, 84, 162 Patakos, Peter 156 Pafglgan, Laura 86, 97, 102, 140, Patla, Susan 99, 140, 170 - Patterson, 'Iimothy 170 Paul, Alan 73, 170 -' Paul, Rita 62, 68, 78, 211 N Olmughlin, 110013 Pavlik, Jo Lynn 156 O'Loughlin, Michael 210 Pavluk, Walter 170 Nagel, Kaye O'Toole, Philip 88, 131, 138, 210 Pawlak, Tina 68, 211 252 Pawluk, Marilyn 170 Pawuk, Wayne 59, 211 Payne, Judith 80, 170 Payne, Penny 70, 211 Pagina, Ruth 58, 79, 96, 142, 143 Pearson, Cary 156 Peattie, Cheryl 64, 65, 69, 211 Peatti, Donna 65, 80, 93, 170 Peck, Ernest 88, 93, 211 Peck, James Peffer, Dennis Pekar, Aleta 211 Pekar, Theresa 170 Pelynio, Janice 82, 156 Penkal, Kenneth 59, 72, 212 Penzes, Paulette 64, 170 Peregrim, Rosemarie 156 Perek, Patricia 94, 212 Peresta, Elizabeth 68, 212 Perin, Galen 76, 77, 170 Perkins, Pamela 68, 212 Perpar, Joel 156 Perram, Dale 96, 156 Perram, Guy 212 Perrone, Pamela 156 Perry, John 156 Perry, Robert Pesek, Ronald.77, 137, 170 Peshe, Dana 212 Peshek, Roland 170 Pesta, Linda 156 Pesti, Marlene 156 Petel, Gerald 170 Peterkoski, Dale 156 Peters, Joel 212 Peters, Richard 156 E Peters, Robert 59, 72, 75, 81, 124, 136,212 Peters, Roger 181 A Peters, Susan 64, 212 Petitto, Josephine 64, 170 Petrash, Gordon 72, 80, 125, 131 Petrow, Louise Petrulis, Christine 97,156 Pettit, Martha 74, 79, 100, 212 Pfeil, Katherine .156 Pfister, Kenneth,170 Phillips, Connie 78, 88, 89, 140, 170 ' ' Picarelli, Constance 78, 80, 100, 156 Pickard, James 54, 96, 156 Pickett, Keith 170 Piekarczyk, Daniel 92, 156 Pike, Patricia 212 Pipoly, Nancy 65, 69, 212 Pippin, Sally 86, 156 E Pircio, Mary 95, 156 Plachy, Susan 96, 156 ' Plachy, William 58, 75, 97, 212 Placko, Carolyn 156 Planas, Antonio 170 V Planicka, Carl 212 Plants, Clifford 212 Platten, Ronald 156 Platten, Wayne 180, 212 Pletz, Jane 156 , Poczebut, Phyllis 156 Pocztar, Walter 213 Podhradsky, John 106, 131 Podskalan, Carol,21-3 - Poe, Margaret 62, 74, 80, 88, 89, 93, 170 Pogalies, Carolyn 213 Poggendorf, John 75, 76, 88, 128, 131,213 Pohlchuck, Christine 156 Polesky, Georgia 170 Pollak, Mary Anne 62, 68, 69, 71, 79, 94, 97, 213 Pollak, Susan 97, 156 Polsxhak, Cynthia 64, 170 Pontremoli, Anita 58, 60, 64, 70, 7s,79,a2,s3,213 Poole, Cathy 156 Poole, Charlane 140, 213 1 Poole, Walter 58, 213 Popelmayer, Janet 97, 156 Porter, Ward 170 Potapow, Victor 170 Potetz, Karla 83, 86, 213 Powell, Colleen 95, 157 Powers, Coleen 96 Powers, Donald 84, 86, 157 Pragg, Edward 77, 213 Prakope Jr., Harry 72, 179, 2 Prather, Judy 170 Prendergast, Thomas Prenslow, Lois Presley, Janice 79, 96, 157 Price, Edward 157 Priest, Ronald 137, 170 Primozic, Lawrence 157 Prock, Gary 157 Proud, Robert 157 Pruehs, John 73, 170 Prusak, Sandra 213 Prystash, John 157 Przybys, Donald 170 Przybys, Robert 213 Pucher, Randy 131, 157 Pucillo, Elizabeth 157 Pudlock, Jay 130, 213 ' Pufiea, James 157 Puflea, Mary Jane 157 ' Pulwer, Lilli 64, 65, 69, 96, 213 Pummell, Terrance 157 , Punchak, Mary Ann 157 - Pupkiewicz, Glen 170 Putz, Leonard 79,98,99,176,177,214 Pyne, Dale 213 Q Quast, Daniel 170 R Raczek, Sandra 157 Radefeld, Alan 157 Radlick, Melanie 55, 56, 60, 74, Radloff, Michael 170 Radschuk, Robert 54, 64, 214 Radtke, Ronald 97, 157 Rahal, Diana 170 Rahal, Linda 79, 100, 157 Rak, William 157 Rakow, David 214 Ralph, Thomas Rapp, Linda 65, 214 Raschke, Kathryn 170 Raschke, Patricia 170 Rathburn, James 157' Ratzloif, Suzanne 60, 76, 78, 80 97, 103, 203, 205, 214 ' Rauth, Ronald 96, 148, 157 Rea, Thomas 86, 214 ' Rebar, Robert 92, 214 Rebrovich, Linda 214 Records, Dennis Records, Patrick 170 Redick, Allan 72, 137, 214 Reed, Judith 97, 170 Reed, Thomas 78, 100, 214 Reeder, Richard 170 Reeder, Robert Reeves, Joseph 70, 214 Regnone, Diane 157 Reho, John 54, 131, 170 Reichelt, James 73, 170 Reichwein, Jeffrey 97, 157 Reidy, Sheila 157 Reiman, Donald 97, 127, 170 Reiman, William 214 Reimer, Frederick 157 Reimer, Gregory 78, 170 Reis, Georgianna 80, 157 Reiter, Richard 124, 170 Riemar, Anna 157 Renerts, Peter Renick, Barbara Renken, Susan 55, 157 Repp, Dennis 214 Requarth, Joan 66, 214 Reshetalo, Dona 79, 96, 157 Resley, John 157 Resley, Robert 73, 157 Reuben, Lynn 214 Reust, Clifford Reust, Robert Revock, Ronald Reynard, Jerry 157 Reynolds, Carolyn Reynolds, Craig 157 Reynolds, Daniel 96, 131, 170 Rhenish, Barbara 80, 97, 157 Rhodes, Jennace 66, 94, 214 Riccardi, Paul 131, 137 Richard, Craig Richards, Jacqueline 68, 170 Richardson, James 81, 170 Richardson, Karen 215 Richmond Jr., Arthur 93, 95, 170 Richter, Carol 215 Richthamer, Dennis 92, 157 Ricketts, Deborah 103, 170 Riegler, Gail 79, 215 Rieter, James 72, 75, 170, 173 Rigo, George Rigo, Robert Riley, Kathleen 68, 78, 215 Rindfleisch, Edward 215 Rindfleisch, Peter 119, 157 Rion, Kathy 55 Rion, Margaret 157 Risher, Constance 79, 170 Ritsert, Janet 157 Ritzinger, Alexander 170 Rizzo, Maureen 170 Roark, Darlene 157 Roark, Dianne 170 Robb, Diana 157 Robbins, Charles 64, 215 Roberts, John 81 Roberts, Linda 170 Roberts. Peter 170 ' ' Roberts, Robert 157 Robertson, Jr., James 215 Rock, Stephen 170 Sabol, Michael 216 Sachs, Donn 171 Sado, Barbara 171 Sahlay, Richard 131, 216 Sako, James 171 Salajko, Paula 158 Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers , Gary 215 Rodgers, , Laurene 65, 68, 215 , Ronald 157 , Russel 171 Jerry Salamon, Alan 171 Saleem, Melvin 171 Salerno, William Salisbury, Donald Salisbury, Kathy 158, 171 Roeper, Donald 171 Rogers, Delila 157 Roginski, Charles 157 Rohfeld, Patricia 171 Rok, Gary 157 Roksandic, Christine 55, 140, 171 Rollason, Nancy 81, 157 Rollason, William Roman, Horst 157 Romane, Thomas 157 Romanik, Dale 72 Romano, Martha 157 Rooney, Elizabeth 215 Roper, Richard 81, 157 Rose, Jon 127 Rose, Lesly 84, 171 Roseberry, Janet Rosenberry, Drew 81 Roskavich, Andrea 64, 215 Rospierski, Jo Ann 215 Ross, Cheryl 157 Ross, James 88, 215 Rossman, Dean 171 Rossman, Paul Roth, James 73, 215 Roth, Timothy 157 Roush, Judith 215 Roush, Sylvia 62, 82, 83, 86, 171 Rowlen, John 81, 96, 157 Rozman, Richard 96, 102, 158 Ruddy, Rosalyn Rudolph, Cynthia 171 Rudolph, Gary 158 Rudyk, David 55, 56, 78, 124, 137,171 Ruhland, Ingrid 171 Runkle, Raymond 81, 119, 158 Runyon, Rebecca 158 ' Ruppe, Jane 158 Rushefski, Barbara Rushefski, Marlene Rusnak, Jerry 215 Rusnak, Louise 171 Rusnak, Patricia 171 Rusnak, Sandra' Russell, Bonnie 158 Russell, Shary 80, 158 J i Russo, Robert 215 Rust, Michael 73, 215 Rustic, Thomas 171 Rusynyk, Dennis 59, 215 Rusynyk, Gary 158 Ruth, Thomas 83, 86, 171 Rutti, David 171 Ruvolo, Patricia 171 Ryan, Eugene 171 Ryan, Lance 171 S Salley, Sharon 55, 79, 158 Salzer, John 58, 73, 216 Sams, Sydney 60, 95, 97, 216 Sanders, William 216 Sandstrom, Paul 158 Santell, Joann 171 Santora, Paul 216 Sappington, Kenneth 158 Sarfi, Valeria 100, 164, 171 Sargent, Judy 64, 80, 171 Sartini Sartini Sasena Sathre, Savich, Sarges, , Barbara 54, 184, 216 , Linda 74, 214, 216 , Lynn 171 Stephen 158 Deborah 158 Florence 216 Sawicki, Michael 127, 128, 171 Sawitzke, Donna 216 Scales, Mary 80, 158 Scaletta, Lawrence Scavone, Joseph 216 Scavone, Terrence 81, 158 Scebbi, Frances 80, 96, 158 Schaefer, Kathleen 171 Schaefer, Susan 59, 62, 68, 69, 71, 93, 102, 216 Schaefer, William Schecter, David 216 Schenek, Daniel 216 Schewe, Gordon 158 Schieman, Anita 66, 96, 99, 171 Schiffrik, Joyce 64, 158 Schindler, Christine 171 Schlager, Ronald 171 Schlegelmilch, Carol 171 Schleif, Rudolph 216 Schlenkerman, David Schlenkerman, Linda 216 Schmeler, Charles 77, 216 Schmeler, Mary 171 Schmid, Janet 68, 70, 80, 158 Schmid, Sarah 68, 70, 80, 93, 99, 171 Schmidt, Bette 80, 158 Schmidt, Eileen 59, 64, 216 Schmidt, Jim 216 Schmidt, John 171 Schmidt, Michael 81, 171 Schmitt, Patricia 64, 68, 69, 171 Schneider, James 96, 171 Schneider, Mary Lou 66, 216 Schnoor, Barbara 171 Schnur, Thomas 96, 158 Schock, Judy 62, 93, 171 Schoeck, Sandra 217 Schoeck, Sheila 159 Sclixgenthal, Carolyn 66, 68, 96, Schofield, Jane 171 Scholz, Daniel 171 Schommer, Kathleen 253 Schoneberger, Susan 171 Schott, Robert 217 Schowinsky, Carla Schroedel, Bonnie 93, 171 Schubert, Dale 217 Schuerger, Barbara 96, 217 Schuetz, David 72, 88, 161, 171 Schulte, Curtis 217 Schulte, Joan 159 Schultz, Dennis 131 Lawrence 72, 82, 86, 87, Schultz, Roger 217 Schultz, Sue Ann 82, 96, 171 Schulz, Karen 171 Schulz, Karen 60, 96, 217 Schulz, Patricia 68, 217 Schulz, William 217 Shibley, Jeffery 72, 83, 124, 172 Shifflett, Victoria 159 Shimelonis, Cynthia 172 Sholtis, Linda 79, 96, 159 Shorts, Edward 59, 72, 88, 218 Shott, James 218 Shredl, Larry 159 Shumway, Deanna 159 Shumway, Holly 55, 79, 99, 103, 218, 229 Shuster, Joyce 55, 140, 147, 172 Sidor, Valerie 79, 172 Siedlecki, Michael 72, 172 Sienczak, Edward 172 Sievert, Rae Ellen 79, 96, 159 Sigman, James 218 Sigman, Linda Sikorski, Danny 218 Solar, Ronald 159 Solarz, Michael 159 Sollberger, Darlene 76, 83, 86, 219 Somerville, Gary Schulze, Karen 78, 82, 96, 171 Schumachee, Eileen Schumann, Deborah 79, 97, 171 Schutt, Cynthia 171 Schwan, Susan 55, 79, 80, 140, 146, 147, 162, 168 Schwanke, Jan 80, 171 Schwark, Linda 54, 79, 184, 217 Schwarten, Carol 66, 96, 171 Schwarzer, Donald 64, 217, 222 Sclfysiarzer, William 72, 83, 86, Schwarzmann, Darlene 171 Schweitzer, Dale 119, 159 Schwenk, Kerry Scicchitano, Joseph 73 Scolaro, Joseph 217 Scott, David 77, 159 Scullin, Elaine 217 Sears, James 171 Sebastian, Kennth 217 Sebek, Jack 83, 86, 172 Seevers, Sue 80, 159 Selig, Gerald 159 Sellers, Dale 96, 217 Sellers, Rita 172 Sellman, David 172 Seman, Erick 73, 159 Seman, Marilyn 97 Senesi, William 218 Senko, Janet 159 Senko, Lawrence 218 Seredick, Loreli 159 Setar, John 77, 102, 218 Sevcik, Frank 159 Sevcik, Karen 218 Severn, Gary 159 Sevinsky, Barbara 64, 172 Sevinsky, Karen 64, 95, 172 Sgro, James 172 Shafer, Dennis 159 Shaltis, Linda 79 Shaproski, Richard 172 Sharkus, Jan 159 Shartzer, Thelma 68, 218 Shatto, Dorian 79, 218 Shaw, Carol 64, 80, 218 Shawan, Charles 78, 131, 172 Shearhart, Stephen 159 Sheldon, Gregory Shelton, Linda 64, 218 Sheridan, James 70, 218 Sherman, Gary 64, 218 Sherwood, Linda 81, 172 254 Sikula, Allan Silagy, Frank 159 Simmerer, Sandra 159 Simmons, Duane 81, 159 Simon, Richard 54, 119, 127 Simpson, Thomas 159 Sindelar, Arthur 172 Singerman, Deborah 55, 62, 63, 88, 89, 172 Singleton, June 172 Sipko, Barbara 82, 172 Sipols, Eric 159 Sisi, Jerald 159 Sisi, Michael Siwinski, Richard 172 Skala, Gay 62, 79, 84, 86, 96, 98, 99, 172 Skerbec, Sandra 159 Skinger, Charlotte 218 Skladany, Catherine 172 Skotko, Gary 159 Skufca, Harrison 159 Skura, Linda 58, 64, 219 Slifko, Steve 96, 219 Slis, Robert Slivka, Marilyn 69, 172 Sluss, Linda 219 Smeal, Gary 55, 56, 59, 72, 75, 88, 178, 197, 205, 219, 229 Smeltzer, Linda Smeyak, Lawrence 59, 83, 86, 136, 219 Smith, 156, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Cheryl 79, 84, 86, 90, 143, 159 Christopher 172 Edwin 97, 159 Kenneth 73, 159 Linda 80, 159 Patricia 80, 159 Rita 78, 219 Terry 54, 62, 88, 89, 219 Soltesz, Joseph 64, 219 Sommers, Diane 159 Sonneborn, Jack 219 Soppelsa, John 60, 78, 219 Sopyla, Christine 172 Sorochak, Donna Soucie, John 78, 172 Soucie, Lynne 68, 159 Soukup, Barbara Spanagel, Karen 55, 58, 78, 80, 83, 95, 140, 217 Spanagel, Kenneth 54, 86, 159 Speck, Charles 219 Speck, Patricia 219 Speck, Roger 64, 123, 124, 219 Speers, Robert 58, 135, 220 Spicer, Linda 220 Spirggler, William 75, 78, 83, 86, Spisak, Edward Spittal, Vincent 78, 172 Spodar, Carol 80, 97, 159 Spontelli, Francis 159 Spry, Joseph 172 Srail, Thomas 84, 86, 159 Stahurski, Kenneth 159 Stahurski, Patricia 220 Stambaugh, William Stancik, Martin 119, 125, 159 Starek, Robert 119, 159 Starr, Michael 220 Starre, Donald 126, 172 Stasiak, Una 159 Stauffer, Scott 72, 78, 159 Stead, Carol 66, 82, 103, 172 Stead, Susan 80, 159 Stebelski,Margaret 59, 94, 97, 220 Stedron, Joan 68, 79, 159 Stefanik, Terrence 137 Steinberg, Arcady Steinbrecher, Willy 159 Steinbrenner, Sharon 160 Stelma, Gary 160 Stelma, Sandra 78, 220 Stender, Richard 220 Stepanek, Cynthia 84, 86, 160 Stephen, Terry 83, 84, 86, 172 Stephens, Alan 143, 220 Sterner, Dale Stevens, Nikki 64, 100, 172 Stevens, Christine 172 Stevens, Linda 82, 83, 86, 142, 172 Stevens, Paul 119, 160 Smolik, Ellen 172 Smolinski, Bernice 172 Smolinsky, Christine 219 Smyczek, Linda 172 Snayd, Kathleen 172 Snider, Jack 17 2 Snowden, Sarah 60, 76, 88, 89, 219 Snowden, Timothy 159 Snyder, Sharyn 159 Snyder, Warren 219 Sobel, Pamela 80, 159 Socha, Reola 64, 219 Sokolowski, David 159 Stewart, Stewart, Stewart Stewart Q Donna 160 Glenn James 72, 172 Ronald Stifiler, Mark 84, 86, 160 Stika, John 160 Stineman, Michael 220 Stineman, Robert 160 Stgrgich, Paula 62, 78, 80, 97, 100, Stober, John 84, 160 Stockum, Barbara 79, 140, 172 Stockum, Jr., George 55, 81, 160 Stoddard, Patricia 74, 184, 220 Stokey, Jon Stokey, Paul 220 Stoll, William 160 Stolph, Gregory 172 Stolz, Joachim 119, 172 Stoyka, Shirley 66, 220 Strahinic, Richard 72, 88, 131, 137, 172 Strainic, Patricia 160 Stratis, Mark 119, 160 Strawhacker, Dale 54, 58, 82, 83, 86, 96, 131, 185, 220 Strejcek, Ronald Strelau, Pamela Strmiska, Daniel 84, 86, 160 Stroh, Helen 79 Strommer, Christine 70, 79, 96, 172 Strunak, Raymond 160 Stuart, Deborah 94, 97, 100, 220 Stubblefield, Philip 220 Stubbs, Lisbeth 70, 96, 160 Stuchlak, Donna 64, 86, 172 Sturtevant, Patrick 127, 128, 221 Sturtevant, Peter 221 Stybel, Bonnie 80, 160, 161 Subin, Joseph 88, 131, 172 Subin, Mary 54, 93, 172 Suchan, Andrew 221 Suchy, Gloria 17 2 Summers, Cathleen 160 Sunyak, Larry 72, 82, 83, 86, 221 Surak, Lawrence 160 Suran, Ronald 119, 160 Sutton, Carol Sutton, Sandra 58, 221 Sviantek, Sandra 160 Swalley, Stephan 72, 78, 221 Swan, Sally 64, 66, 78, 172 Swan, Sheryl 78, 84, 86, 160 Swiatek, Daniel 221 Swidersky, Judith 172 Swidersky, Mary 160 Swiger, William 81, 131, 160 Switzer, Craig 160 Synk, Joseph 77, 160 Szabo, Margaret 160 Szafranski, Christine 64, 172 Szakacs, Nancy 80, 160 Szegedi, Sandra 62, 172 Szekeres, Sally 70, 221 Szelenyi, Theresa Szoke, Sandra 80, 172 Szomoru, Frank Szumski, Nancy 64, 69, 221 T Takacs, Frances 55, 160 Takacs, Robert 172 Takesky, Rita 221 Tanzi, Sarah 221 Tanzi, Peter 160 Tasky, Joan 64, 80, 84, 86, 160 Tatarka, George 93, 172 Taylor, Gary 160 Taylor, Penny 160 Taylor, Timothy 72, 75, 89, 137, 1 221 Telmanik, George 84, 86, 93, 94, 97, 131, 172 Temari, Linda 80, 96, 160 Tesch, Deborah 160 Testa, John 172 Textoris, David 118, 119, 160 Textoris, Michael 221 Thiel, Nancy 221 Thomas, Carl 58, 60, 74, 221 Thomas, Deborah Thomas, Joanna 68, 78, 88, 221 Thomas, Linda Thomas, William Thompson, Barbara 100, 160 Thompson, Barbara Thompson, David Thompson, Donald 172 Thompson, John 221 Thompson, Kathy 80, 99, 102, 172 Thompson, Robert 160 Washko, Donna 140, 156, 160 Ujczo, Bernadette 80, 160 Ulisky, Richard 172 Urban, John 72, 223 Urban, William Urbanek, Edward Usko, Judith 62, 93, 96, 172 Uzelac, Douglas 172 Uzl, Rae Claire V Vacca, Carol 55, 60, 88, 89, 140, 223 Vacca, Ronald 160 Vaccaro, Antoinette 223 Vacha, Louis 172 Vagner, Larry 160 Vajdik, Raymond 223 Walter, Peggy 64, 68, 224 Walter, Robert 160 Walton, John Waltz, Robert 131, 160 Wandschura, Magdalena 224 Wandt, Gaye 80, 178, 224 Wantz, Kathleen Ward, Lynn 79, 160 Warger, Karin Warger, Richard 172 Warner, 224 Warren, Warren, Warren, Warren, Dale 58, 72, 78, 94, 97, Leonard 160 Linda 80, 224 Pamela 224, 227 Patricia 224 Warswick, David 73 Thompson, Timothy 77, 83, 86, 94, 172 Thornbladh, Kurt 68, 69, 71, 93, 95, 100, 221 Thornton, Lynn 160 Tillman, Allan 222 Timm, Sandra 54, 62, 93, 172 Timoteo, Christine Timoteo, Diane 65, 222 Tinay, Darryl'82, 83, 86, 172 Tisma, Michael 62, 96, 172 Titus, Paulette 82, 222 Valent, Robert 75, 82, 83, 86, 223 Vallejo, Patricia 223 Van, Van Charlyn 62, 172 Chantfort, Bard 59, 93, 95, 97, 223 Van Chantfort, Una 160 Van Oskeuls, Richard 59, 93, 96, 223 Van Den Haute, Kathleen Van Den Haute, Mary 65, 223 Vargo, Joanne 160 Washko, John 172 Wasil, James 84, 85, 95, 160 Wassilenkow, Lydia 160 Watkins, Michael 75, 172 Watson, Linda 81, 160 Watson, Richard 119, 160 Watts, Howard 160 Watts, Wanda 172 Waugh, Joyce 78, 224 Waugh, Robert Weatherholt, Brian 137, 172 Tocci, Barbara 59, 62, 103, 121, 176, 222 Todaro, Cheryl 222 Todhunter, Vivien 64, 69, 222 Toghill, Gary 64, 172 Toghill, Nancy 80, 160 Tokar, Thomas 172 Tokmenko, Betty Jane 160 Tokmenko, Mary Ann 172 Tolar, Frank 172 Tomlin, Thomas 160 Tomsa, Christine 55, 81, 86, 156, 160 Tomusko, Dale 59, 222 Topor, Lawrence 160 Tonabene, Diane 172 Tornabene, Sharon 160 Torok, Lawrence 72, 137, 172 Toscano, Theresa 222 Toth, Julie 80, 160 Toth, Kathleen 97, 98, 99, 222 Toth, Michele 160 Toth, Ralph Toth, Richard 77, 131, 222 Trager, Patricia 172 Trebisovsky, Andy 222 Trepanier, Renee 160 Trohan, Barbara 160 Trojan, Diana 222 Truax, Lynn 160 Trytek, Jill 74, 102, 143, 172 Tulenko, Marianne 58, 60, 222 Tulloch, Laura 84, 86, 172 Tuma, Linda 160 Tuomala, Kristine 79, 221, 222 Turrie, Bruce 58, 222 Tuskes, Karen 67, 160 Tvorik, Christine 222 Tvorik, Diane 223 U Uhr, Robert 172 Vargo, Steve Vargo, Susan 223 Varndell, Clare 160 Varner, Velva 80, 160 Varner, Twighla 59, 79, 94, 223 Veale, Michael 223 Vensky, Allen 83, 86, 223 Veres, Joseph 76, 160 Veviegka, Albert 64, 88, 134, 205, 2 Vickers, Gregory 73, 172 Vinci, Ronald 160 Vincler, Marilyn 160 Vinicky, Beverly 140, 172 Virant, Mary 66, 96, 160 Visosky, Linda 223 Vitcha, Carol 62, 82, 100, 224 Vlasuk, Nancy Voelkel, Robert 83, 86, 172 Voglein, Larry 78, 88, 124, 224 Voglein, Suzanne 143, 156, 160 Vojnar, Kathleen 82, 83, 86, 160 Volk, Patricia 147, 172 Voll, Gretchen 66, 67, 224 Voll, Linda 160 Voller, Joseph 160 Vosler, Bonnie 70, 160 W Wachter, Linda Walfen, Judith 96, 172 Wagner, John Wagner, Linda 68, 172 Walkemeyer, Roger 160 Walker, Kathleen 80 Walkup, Bonita 55, 79, 172, 173 Wallace, Carol 82, 172 Wallace, Sandra 172 Walland, Cecilia 160 Wallner, Joyce 224 Walsh, Deborah 55 Walter, Jeanne 82, 86, 160 Weber, Karen 79, 224 Weber, Linda 80, 160 Weber, Mark 78, 172 Weber, Martha 58, 66, 94, 224 Weber, Michael 78, 88, 131, 172 Weber, Robert 88, 95, 172 Weber, Sharon 160 Weber, Vince 76, 77 , 204, 224 Weema, Henry Wehe, Rick 73, 172 Wehe, Robert 73 Wehn, Robert 94, 100, 224 Welch, Ellen 160 Welch, Kathleen 172 Wendt, Janet 64, 172 Wendt, Rosemary 64, 224 Wensing, Monica Werkner, Janet 59, 62, 68, 71, 224 Werner, Harry 160 Werner, 'Russell 81, 160 Wernig, Carol 224 Wesley, Arthur 172 Weslek, Gary 225 Weslek, James 160 Wessler, Kenneth 72, 95, 96, Westbrook, Carol 65, 225 Weiss, Carl 173 White, D ennis 173 White, Robert 72, 173 96, 172 White, William Whitney, Joyce 64, 100, 173 Wiersch, Rosett 173 Wiesemann, Robin 81, 160 Wightrnan, Wayne 82, 88, 216, 225 Wilk, Phyllis 97, 173 Wilkins, Marsha 54, 83, 86, 160 Williams, Jo Ann Williams, David 160 Williams Williams Williams , Diane 80 , Elizabeth 160 , Gretchen 70, 160 Williams, Joseph 76, 160 Williams, Kim 79, 160 Williams, Susan 80 Wilson, Agnes Wilson, Alan 131, 160 Wilson, Gerald 225 Wilson, Kennard 225 Winarski, Christine 96, 160 Wing, Kristina 160 Wing, Patrick Winn, Cheriesse 225 Winn, Monna Winslow, Becky 78, 225 Winslow, David 160 Wisz, Richard 225 Wiszoky, Carolin Wiszoky, Cathy 225 Witkowski, Julie 79, 225 Wladyka, Thomas 173 Wlotzko, Patricia 66, 99, 100, 173 Wodek, Stanley Wohl, Douglas 89, 119, 160 Wohl, James 225 Wohlgemuth, Wesley Wohlman, Kristine Woikey, Douglas 82, 86, 96, 160 Wojcik, John 173 Wojcik, Robert 83, 86, 160 Wolanski, Lawrence 225 Wolf, Bonnie 68, 160 Wolf, Donna 173 Wolf, James 72, 75, 34, 124, 131, 139, 173 Wolf, Jerry Wolfe, William 161 Wolff, Rita 173 Wolkan, Robert 225 Woller, Charles 96, 97, 225 Woodford, Mary 94, 225 Wukovich, Joan 94, 225 Wulf, Cynthia 140, 226 Wulkow, Rainer 76, 96, 97 Wypasek, Richard 119, 161 Y Yanchak, Charles 173 Yankee, William 96, 226 Yanko, Kathleen 82, 84, 86, 161 Yanko, Nancy 161 Yano, Gary 128, 226 Yoch, Melanie 59, 62, 97, 226 Yoka, Jean 97, 173 York, Robert 75, 97 , 226 Young, Alan 161 Young, Kathryn 55, 96, 161 Youngmann, Cheryl 80, 173 Yuhas, Barbara 79, 98, 99, 173 Yuhas, Carol 161 Yurcheshen, Richard 75, 82, 97, 124, 161 Yurcheshen, William 59, 75, 97, 123, 124, 178, 210, 226 Yusi, Nancy 226 Yusi, Patricia 173 Z Zaccaro, Michael Zadzilka, Dale 173 Zagwodzki, Sandra 79, 173 Zaharchenko, Lidia 173 255 Zahorcak, Donna 78, 173 Zajac, Lawrence 72, 131, 173 Zambory, Judith 54, 65, 68, 69, 79, 226 Zambory, Margaret 68 Zander, Gerald 161 Zanders, Gordon 119, 161 Zanders, Gregory 226 Zanko, Eugene 131, 173 Zaremba, Timothy 161 Zarko, Linda 226 Zarzycki, Laureen 70, 173 Zavodny, Mary Anne 226 Zdanko, Jean Zdanko, Joan 226 Zegarac, Mary Ann 58, 96, 226 Zehnder, Anna 62, 70, 173 Zehnder, Joan 54, 58, 59, 97, 140, 141, 226 Zelenka, Thomas 227 Zema, Karen 161 Zema, Joanne 161 Zemaitis, Anthony 173 Zepkin, Jeraldine Zepkin, Marlene 227 Zemin, Alben 126, 131,227 Ziats, Steven 64, 123, 124, 227 Zido, Dennis 81, 173 Ziegler, Charles 84, 86, 131, 161 Ziegler, Linda 55, 66, 96, 140, 147, 173 Zielinski, Nancy 173 Zierninski, Kathleen 161 Zier, Mark 83, 86, 161 Zima, 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