Greenville High School - Trojan Yearbook (Greenville, PA)
- Class of 1968
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We, the Seniors of 1968, are proud to
dedicate our Troian to Mrs. Helen Brath. She
has built'in us the pleasure of learning, the
excitement of reading, and the challenge to
be inquisitive students. From the moment we
entered her class and heard her say, "Read,
read, read, " she has shown a genuine interest
in each of us and our activities. Her rare
ability to communicate ideas has made her
one of the finest in the teaching profession.
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THE TROIAN 1968
A solid foundation often determines the soundness of
the structure built on it. We realize that the years we
have spent here at Greenville Senior High School have
become the foundation of our education. Throughout
our lives we will continue to build on this foundation,
always increasingly aware of its importance.
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LAYING THE FOUNDATION . . . Eight o'clock
. . . The day begins . . . Daily routine-the basic
structure of school life . . . Studying, exploring,
learning . . . a sturdy base.
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NAILING DOWN INTERESTS . . . Enthusiasm
plus . . . Spanning many fields . . . Time for fun . . .
Where the action is . . . With a modern design . . .
Constructed for fulfillment.
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. . . Raise that -score . . .,1A-powerful squad . 'The
thrill , of victory ,. . . Backing fchefteam f . . The
strength of sfeel. I
CEMENTING FRIENDSHIP . . . That special
dance . . . Cramming together . . . Making plans for
the futufe . . . Parties . . . These hallowed halls. . .
Commencement, the finishing touch.
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AT THE HEAD OF OUR SCHOOLS .
RICHARD B. HOFFMAN
B. S., Slippery Rock State College
Ed. M., University of Pittsburgh
Ed. D., Western Reserve University
Superintendent of Schools
CLASS OF 1968:
My sincere best wishes and congratulations are extended
to each of the graduating seniors. You have already learned
that individual success is based on honest effort, and failure
is the result of dishonesty to yourself.
Hold on firmly to the enthusiasm of your youth, and
reflect in your relations with others a human approach to
the settlement of life's confrontations.
Your parents, friends and teachers are extremely proud
of your accomplishments. I join with them in wishing for
each of you success and happiness in the years ahead.
DR. RICHARD B. HOFFMAN
GREENVILLE AREA BOARD OF EDUCATION-Front Row: Dr. Richard B. Hoffman, Superinten-
dent of Schoolsg Mr. John W. Read, Presidentg Mr. Victor Losacano, Vice President. Second Row: Dr.
Lester Raubg The Rev. George C. Reeseg Mr. Parke F. Wentlingg Dr. Robert H. Bakerg Dr. Herbert G.
Gebert. Not in Picture: Mr. Donald Dartg The Rev. Robert K. Naceg Mr. Walter Bossick, Business Man-
CLASS OF 1968:
Congratulations, you have reached an important mile-
stone in your life built upon education.
which no misfortune can
enemy alienate, no despo-
abroad an introduction, in
ornament. It chastenslvice,
and government to genius.
sacrifice and mental pain,
"Education is a companion
decrease, no crime destroy, no
tism enslave, at home a friend,
solitude a solace, in society an
guides virtue, and gives grace
Education may cost financial
but in both money and life values it will repay every cost
As you now look forward to the future-"We need not be
afraid of the future, for the future will be in our own hands.
We shall need courage, energy, and determination, but
above all, we shall need faith-faith in ourselves, in our
communities, and in our country."
I extend to each of you my personal best wishes for a
CARL A. SCOTT
THE HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE-Mr. Carl Scott, Principal, Miss Sandra Beckman and
Mrs. Savilla Davis, Secretaries.
. . . IN THE oFFlcE
CARL A. SCOTT
B.S., Geneva College
Ed. M., University of Pittsburgh
Senior High School Principal
GUIDANCE . . .
Our Guidance Counselors, Mr. Speigle and Mr. Kiser, meet with Mr. Scott. Harvard or M I T 'I
FREDERICK KISER-A.B., Thiel Collegeg M.A.
Miami University-Guidance Counselor for Ninth
i N and Tenth Grades.
RICHARD W. SPEIGLE-A.A., Graceland College
N B.A., Baldwin Wallaceg M.A., Westminster College-
Mr. Speigle counsels with seniors.
Mrs. Callahan distributes information
concerning College Boards.
. . . IN THE LIBRARY
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Moving into thc new library.
ROBERT FAGLEY B S Clarion State College
"Return or renewal?"
Studying in style.
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ENGLISH . .
A head start on homework.
HELEN BRATH-A.B., Thiel Collegeg M.S., Syra-
cuse University-Sophomore English.
JUDITH ANN CANON-B.S., Indiana University
of Pennsylvania-Fieshman English,
MARLENE ANN GUTOWSKI-B.S. in Ed., Slip-
pery Rock State College-Fl'eshman and Sopho-
IRENE KAPURIK-B.S. in Ed., Slippery Rock
State College-Sophomore and Junior English.
Term paper time. Practice in public speaking.
Students of Shakespeare.
"Can you find 'cacophonous'?"
A brand new classroom.
MABEL E. LANDRETH-A. B., Thiel
College-On Sabbatical Leave.
JOSEPHINE LOUDEN-A.B., Grove City
College-Senior English, Speech.
M. JANE MILLER-A.B., Thiel College-
CYNTHIA A. REDMOND-Thiel College
-Junior and Senior English.
"X ANDREW JACOBSON-A.B., Youngstown Univer-
- X sityg M.A., Western Reserve- French 11,111,114
EUGENE JORDAN-A.B., Grove City College-
EDNA ROYAL-B.S. in Education, Thiel College-
French 1 11 Latin 11
JEROME SIMON-A.B., California State College-
Spanish spoken here.
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. . . SOCIAL STUDIES
How will this ui'l'ect clemancl'?"
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KENNETH BEHNER-A.B., Thiel College-US.
History, Math I I4
DAVID H. CLELLAND-B.S. in Ed., Waynesburg
HOWARD GILL-B.S., Slippery Rock State Col-
1egeqEd. M., University of Pittsburgh-US. History,
Economics and Go vernment.
MICHAEL KOLESAR-B.S., Thiel Collegeg Ed. M.,
University of Pittsburgh-Economics and Govern-
PAUL R. MASSIE-B.S., Thiel Collegeg M.A.,
University of Pittsburgh-On Sabbatical Leave.
ROBERT STONE-B.S., Thiel College-Freshman
Guidance, US. History.
THOMAS BARTHOLOMEW-B.S., Indi-
ana University of Pennsylvania-Geom-
etry, Algebra 11,111
EMILY BRECKENRIDGE-A.B., Thiel
DOUGLAS A. McELHINNY-B.S., Edin-
boro State College-Geometry, Math IV,
ELDA McQUEEN-A.B., Thiel College-
MARY MOWRY-A.B., Thiel Collegeg
Ed. M., University of Pittsburgh-Geom-
etry, Algebra III, College Mathematics.
VELMA WEHNER-A. B., Wittenberg
University-Algebra II, Geometry.
"Which is the secant?"
'Where are the equations of the asymptotes?" B21SiC2l1Y
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RICHARD G. CLARK-B.S., Slippery
Rock State College-Introductory Phy-
sical Science, Chemistry 1.
C. DONALD BRECKENRIDGE-B. S.,
Thiel Collcgeg M. Litt., University of
Pittsburgh-Physical Science, Physics.
BASIL R. BUMBERA-B.S., Edinboro
State College-Introductory Physical Sci-
JAMES A. DEFRANCE-B.S., Grove
City College-Biology 1.11.
THEODORE A. MARANTIS-B.S., Ed-
inboro State Collegeg M. Ed., Penn-
sylvania State Universityg M.S., Univer-
sity of Rochester-Chemistry 1,11
ARLENE S. ZONARICH-B.S., Edinbo-
ro State College-Biology 1.
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BUSINESS SUBJECTS . . .
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GLENN W. CAULFIELD-B.S. in C., Grove City "5
Collegeg Ed. M., University of Pittsburgh-Short-
Hand I,II, Typing 1.
FRANCES I. CHESTLEY-B.B.A,, Westminster
College-Bookkeeping, Typing II, Office Practice.
FRANK G. HETRA-B.B.A., Westminster Collegeg
M.S. in Ed., Westminster College-Typing I, Basic
Debits and credits.
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. . ART AND DRAWING
uTimC!', Drafting plans.
GLEN FELLNAGLE-B.S., California State Col-
legeg M.A., West Virginia University-Drafting 1, II,
MICHAEL PARIS-B.S. in Art Ed., Edinboro State
College-Art I, Art 9.
ELEANOR SKELLIE-B.S., Edinboro State Col-
lege-Art I, II, 111.
HOME ECONOMICS . . .
Hope it fits." "Make sure it's straight."
"How much shortening?"
MARY KIDD-B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University-
LUCILLA PISANI-A.B., Youngstown University
M. Ed., Westminster College-Home Economics,
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EUGENE LEONARD-B.S., California State Col-
lege -Industrial Arts.
WILLIAM MCINTURF-B.S. in Ed., Ohio Univer-
sity -Drafting, Metal Working.
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MUSIC . . .
"Let there be music."
MICHAEL PISTOLESI-B.S., Western Reserve- ' 1' ' Ei:
Orchestra. , 2 ' ' n ' I
RONALD A. ROHLAND-B.S., Indiana University " I . , , ' fi
of Pennsylvaniag M. Ed., Indiana University of 4 X " f '
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THEODORE YOUNG-B.S. in Music Education, 'Q "' 5' i P L B gl' i Ik " .
Indiana University cf Pennsylvaniag M. Ed., West- A - 5, ' ' ff. s
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. GYM AND HEALTH
One, two, three, four!" Grin and bear it.
ROBERT BALLOCK-B.S. in Physical Education,
University of Pittsburgh-Physical Education.
MARY JANE MINETTI-B.S., Slippery Rock State
RICHARD J. YAUGEReB.S., Slippery Rock State
College-Health, Driver Education.
ISABELLE SMITH-R.N., Oil City Hospitalg B.S.,
Edinboro State College-School Nurse.
AROUND THE SCHOOL .
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Front Row: Thelma Sterling, Mary Ferguson, Marie Stuver, Betty Kosanovich, FlYiHB Submflfines-
Lucille Cook, Arlene Bubeck. Second Row: Catherine Marshall, Thelma Fisher,
Dorothy Feather, Carol Spargo, Donna Fisher.
Up, up and away, Mr. Volpe. The lineup.
Enjoying every minute of it.
NAILING, DOWN INTERESTS
A STEP AHEAD .
I STUDENT COUNCIL-President, Steve Moyer
L urer, Nancy Tuttleg Adviser, Miss Mowry.
STUDENT COUNCIL-Voice of G.H.S .... Assemble and distribute handbooks and
school calendars . . . Horticulture experts . . . Twenty members strong . . . Our student
representatives for school unity and government.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-Eligibility is based on character, scholarship, leadership,
and service . . . Impressive initiation . . . In charge of honors display case . . . High goals
. . . Members assist guidance department . . . Extended range of activities.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-Presi-
dent, Keith Sibleyg Vice President, Bob
Northrop, Secretary, Kathy Dixon, Trea-
surer, Sue Barr, Adviser, Mr. Spcigle.
Vice President, Kathy Moynihang Secretary-Treas-
. . . HEADLINES AND DEADLINES
TROIAN-Editor-in-Chief, Sue Barrg Business Manager, Sam Salking Class Editor, Debby Morrison,
Literary Editor, Lisa Szugyeg Sports Editor, Rick Travis, Photography Editor, Ellen Mechenbierg
Adviser, Miss Mowry.
TROIAN-Staff composed of six . . . Individual responsibilities . . . A year's hard work
. . . Rewarded by distribution of seven hundred and seventy yearbooks-a record . . .
"Haven't you finished those captions yet?"
TROY TIMES-Back in production after a semester's lapse . . . New format . . . Keeps
student body informed . . . Meet that deadline . . . Filling a need. ,
TROY TIMES-Co-Editors, Judy Bly and Wendy Wilsong Business Manager, Phyllis Urdag Adviser, Miss Chestley.
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BOOKS AND BRUSHES .
LIBRARY CLUB-President, Debbie Adkinsg Vice President, Vicki Millerg Secretary-Treasurer, Linda
Kellerg Adviser, Mr. Fagley.
LIBRARY CLUB-Purpose-to aid in the maintenance and upkeep of the library . .
Check out books . . . Look up reference materials . . . "Your library pass, please" . .
ART CLUB-Promotes creativity, imagination, and self-expression . . . Members visit
museums and other places of artistic interest . . . Co-sponsors Homecoming dance . . .
Decorates school for the holidays . . . Participates in the annual G.H.S. art show.
ART CLUB-President, Pam Rogersg Vice President, Leslie McMinng Secretary, Debbie Daleg Treasurer,
Lee Hineyg Advisers, Mr. Paris, Mrs. Skellie.
. LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION
PROJECTIONISTS-Adviser, Mr. Fagley. STAGE CREW-Adviser, Mr. Leonard. -
PROJECTIONISTS AND STAGE CREW-Handymen behind the scenes at assemblies . . .
Projectionists operate and maintain audio-visual equipment . . . Stage Crew assists with
lighting, curtains, and stage settings.
THESPIANS-President, Jerry Brenne-
mang Vice President, Robert Northropg
Secretary, Linda Millerg Treasurer, Sam
Salking Records Clerk, Dick Cullen.
NATIONAL THESPIANS-Newly formed . . . Granted a charter by National Thespian
Society . . . Interest in dramatic art . . . Attend plays and visit theaters . . . present one-
act plays . . . Future actors and actresses . . . "All the worldis a stage."
SENIOR TRI-HI-Y-President, Debby Morrison, Vice President, Jane Caswell, Secretary, Sue Brown,
Treasurer, Judy Cookg Chaplain, Diann Cozadg Adviser, Mrs. Wehner.
TRI-HI-Y-Service club open to any interested girl . . . Combining worthwhile projects
with fun . . . Officers attend summer training program at Grove City College . . . Regular
meetings feature guest speakers, panel discussions-refreshments, too . . . Raise money to
support World Service for underprivileged children . . . Assist in community and school
o affairs . . . Seniors prepared food baskets for the needy at Thanksgiving . . . Had guest
speaker on understanding local government . . . Made stuffed animals as Christmas
project . . . Decorated the school Christmas tree . . . Held coat checks at basketball and
wrestling events . . . Juniors made favors for the children in the hospital at Halloween . . .
Went carolling at Christmas . . . Sophomores held Yule party . . .Planned box social . . .
Freshmen sponsored sock hop after basketball game . . . Sent tissue roses to local shut-
ins . . . "To create, maintain, and extend throughout home, school, and community, high
standards of Christian character."
Interior decorators. TOYS f01' fors-
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PEOPLE WITH POTENTIAL . . .
ton, Secretary, Bonnie Robinsong Treasurer, Fran McDowe1lg Historian, Lisa Szugyeg Advisers, Miss
Gutowski, Mr. Marantis.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-President, Ellen Mechenbierg Vice President, Dorothy Framp-
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Present Golden Apple Award at open house . . .
Officers go to Harrisburg for convention . . . Balloons for Homecoming . . . Pancake
breakfast for teachers . . . Members visit surrounding colleges.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA-Provides the know-how for becoming a good
homemaker . . . Pins and needles . . . Mother-Daughter Tea . . . Christmas party . . . To
lengthen or to shorten-that is the question.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA-President, Becky Rossg Vice President, Paulette McGrath,
Secretary, Carole Langiottig Treasurer, Carol Perrottig Advisers, Mrs. Kidd, Mrs. Pisani.
. PEPPY POTS AND PAWNS
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PEP CLUB-President, Marilyn Rutkaig Vice President, Nancy Bestg Secretary-Treasurer, Vickie
Lysekg Adviser, Miss Minetti.
PEP CLUB-Open to everyone in promoting school spirit . . . Help cheer at all games . . .
"Have ya got the spirit?" "Yeah, man!" . . . Make the signs and posters for all athletic
CHEFS CLUB-Enjoy cooking because they enjoy eating . . . Prepare a special dinner for
their mothers . . . Plan meals . . . Exchange recipes.
CHESS CLUB-Matches played every Monday after school . . . Intense mental combat . . .
"Checkmate" . . . Up two and over one . . . Semester champions.
CHESS CLUB-President, Bob Bovardg Vice President, Jim
Cl-IEFS CLUB-President, Robert Browng Vice President, Gary Williamsg Hodgeg Secretary-Treasurer, Marjie Hodgeg Advisers, Mr.
Secretary, Tom Spargog Treasurer, Paul Donatog Adviser, Mrs. Pisani. Bumbem, Mr, Jordan,
FOREIGN FLUENCY .
FRENCH CLUB-President, Paula Spargog Vice President, Charlotte Zuschlagg Secretary, Nancy Bestg
Treasurer, Tom Spargog Adviser, Mr. Jacobson.
FRENCH CLUB-Le Cercle Francais . . . Members have studied French for at least one
year . . . Meetings enhance students' appreciation of the French language and culture . . .
Annual picnic at Riverside Park in May.
SPANISH CLUB-President, Kathy Dixong
Hodgeg Adviser, Mr. Jordan.
SPANISH CLUB-Active in student exchange program . . . Several students studied in
Colombia during the summer . . . Mexican m
polls . . . Sponsored bowling league.
Vice President, Pat Bradleyg Secretary-Treasurer, Marjie
ovies . . . Tobogganing party . . . Conducted
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BUSINESS CLUB-President, Sandy Bortzg Vice President, Linda Stubertg Secretary-Treasurer, Judy .
Lorcnog Adviser, Miss Chestley.
BUSINESS CLUB-Members must be taking at least two business subjects . , . Sold
candles and pens . . . Visited business school . . . Sixty words a minute . . . Skiing, a
CURRENT AFFAIRS CLUB-Involvement is the key to membership . . . Mock election
. . . Discussions center around problems of contemporaiy society . . . Issues of conscience.
CURRENT AFFAIRS CLUB-President,
Sam Salking Vice President, Keith Sib-
leyg Secretary, Dot Framptong Adviser,
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FOCUS ON LIFE .
I BIOS CLUB-President, Scott Woodsg
X Vice President, Beth Crowtherg Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Judy Blyg Advisers, Mr.
DeFrance, Miss Zonarich.
BIOS CLUB-An avid interest in biology . . . Seymour, their quail, healthy and spoiled . . .
Visiting a bog . . . Worms and germs . . . Interesting field trips.
FUTURE NURSES CLUB-Members, interests lie in the field of nursing . . . Co-sponsor
Homecoming Dance . . . Tour local hospital . . . Guest speakers include nurses and doc-
FUTURE NURSES CLUB-President, Linda Eshbaughg Vice President, Rebecca Rossg Secretary, Sue
Swickardg Treasurer, Beverly Grecng Adviser, Mrs. Smith.
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INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB-President,
Tom Goss, Vice President, Jerry Brenne
mang Secretary-Treasurer, Cindy Duellg
Publicity Chairman, Jay Chaseg Advisers,
Mr. Fellnagle, Mr. Mclnturf.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB-Made gift pen and pencil sets for evaluation committee . . .
French curves and T-squares . . . Book shelves and gun racks . . . Blueprints . .
Sponsored a sock hop.
SPORTSMEN'S CLUB-A current hunting license is a major requirement . . . Activities
include loading of shells, fishing trips and picnics . . . Hunting contest . . . Good sports-
manship and knowledge in the fields of hunting and fishing.
SPORTSMEN'S CLUB-President, Jim Loveskyg Vice President, Jim Wathang Secretary, Jim Koreng
Treasurer, J im Curting Advisers, Mr. Gill, Mr. McEll1inny.
VOICES RAISED IN SONG . . .
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Librarian, Peggy Mechenbierg Director, Mr. Young.
CHOIReMusic from a wide range . . . Group contains many small ensembles . . . Sent
five to District Chorus . . . "Let's have a little more bassl' . . . Presents assemblies at holi-
day seasons . . . Spring Concert is the highlight of the year.
Barbershop quartet plus one. Double quartet.
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THE GREENVILLE SlNGERSfJanet Callahan,
Joanne Friest, Diann Cozad, Nora Meacham, Deb-
bie Smith, Janet Wackenhut, Eve Diehl, Denise
Scott, Jim Williams, John Robinson, John Hamil-
ton, Dan Solberg, Paul Boehm, Jim Callahan.
. . . MUSIC FILLS THE AIR
Mr. Young develops the vocal talents of the freshmen.
ORCHESTRA-Music in the classical vein . . . Performs at various assemblies. . . Strings
and syncopation . . . Presents annual spring concert with the choir . . . Largest group ever.
ORCHESTRA-Director, Mr. Pistolesi.
PERFORMERS OF NOTE . . .
BLUE BAND-President, Keith Sibleyg Vice President, Charles Redzinakg Secretary-Treasurer, Janet
Wackenhutg Librarians, Cindy Green, Linda Eshbaughg Director, Mr. Rohland.
BAND-Divided into the "Blue" and "Gold" . . . Practices
to attain perfection . . . The clashing of cymbals and the
rolling of drums . . . Arrayed in splendor on the football
field . . . Marching in line . . . Adds spark to pep assemblies
. . . Performs at various concerts . . . Led in parades by
Drum Major Patty Dart . . . Attend Band Day at Kent
State . . . District Band brings an influx of talented musi-
THE GOLD BAND-Director, Mr. Rohland.
WITH PRECISION PLUS
Majorette alternate, Sandy Bortzg MAJORETTES-Captain-Mary Martha Moore, Cathy Calior, Carol Mae Benson, Cathy Harry, Ellen
Adviser, Miss Canon. Cheuka, Sue Fisher, Sue Brown, Connie Reinhart.
MAJORETTES-Lead the band . . . Marching in step . . .
Coordination and agility . . . Pom-pons and batons . . .
Present intricate routines at games . . . Usher at band con-
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Jim Lovesky, Tom Ryan, Doug Klenovich. Second R0w.' Jerry Brenneman, Denny Berry, John
Young, Jim McElree, Steve Moyer, Clarence Coonfield, Bill Madura, Rod Mayer, Emery Barnett.
Third Row: Bill Achenbach, Ed Garbarino, Gary Williams, Ed Dawes, Bob Dunworth, Gary Hender-
son, Harry Beil, Jim Barker, Dave Rickert. Fourth Row: Rick Rembold, Bob Kovac, Art Hoffman,
Jim Gibson, John Koren, Tom Goss, George Krepp, John Stegkamper, Jim Hawk. Fifth Row.' Mark
Leasure, Tom Walker, Roy Tanney, John Lopochonsky, Kim Williams, Jim Miller, Jim Koren, Glen
Riley, David Welton, Steve Galus, Dale Seger.
Our coaches Mr Snyder and Mr Ballock
20 Meadville 12
13 Hickory 6
36 Sharpsville 6
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19 Grove City 6
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20 Reynolds 0
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The offense started like a rocket and soared through the entire season.
Pete Sowash and Jim Lovesky led in the scoring and rushing departments.
Sowash made 147 attempts for an average run of 5.4 yards and a total
point count of 75. Lovesky broke away 125 times with an average length
of 4.8 yards and scored 46 points. Harry Beil led in passing with 17
completions out of 38 attempts. Jim Lovesky took over the receiving end
with 10 catches. Team totals were 20 completions for 44 attempts and a
total length of 266 yards. Returning the kicks were Steve Moyer and Kim
Williamsg Moyer with 12 returns for 175 yards and Williams with 9
catches for 139 yards.
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for 201 points.
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The defensive team garnered a record this season as impressive
as that of the score-makers. The 1967 defense let only five
touchdowns be completed by their competitors, giving them a
mere 30 points. Five times they held the opposing team scoreless,
and only once did any team score more than once on Greenville.
That team was Meadville, which struck pay-dirt twice over the
Trojans, Altogether the opposing teams gained only 56 first
downs during the season, just one more than half the Trojan
total. The solid line of defense prevented the completion of 81
passes out of 125 attemptsg 22 of these were recovered by Green-
Behind this unique season is an impressive backlog of vic-
tories by Snydermen since 1937. Mr. Snyder's average since the
advent of his coaching career has been six wins per season, the
highest average for any high school team in the state. Seven
times since 1940 his teams have recorded 8:1 seasons. It is this
garnering of victories that has climaxed in a perfect season for
the 1967 Trojans.
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Our coaches, Mr. Fagley and Mr. Kiser.
72 Lakeview 52
72 Saegertown 55
72 Lakeview 48
72 Conneaut Lake 61
62 Saegertown 49
60 Conneaut Lake 62
58 Franklin 53
60 Grove City 63
50 Hickory 73
40 Reynolds 52
43 Sharpsville 54
60 Slippery Rock 52
70 West Middlesex 75
84 Mercer 55
67 Grove City 47
62 Hickory 74
58 Reynolds 74
52 Sharpsville 57
86 Slippery Rock 60
52 West Middlesex 68
Fkont Row: Greg Fuller, Steve Moyer, Dave Rickert, Bruce McKay, Jim Barker. Second Row:
Coach Fagley, Tom Ryan, John Stegkamper, Dave Lewis, Harry Beil, Rod Mayer, Mark Adams, Rick
Zimmerman, Manager Tom Walker.
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Row: Duane Dixon, Dean Stockner, John Stevenson, Bill Madura, Doug Klenovich, Denny Berry.
Our coaches, Mr. Clelland and Mr. Simon.
Front Row: Fred Bonci, Dave Perrotti, Bob Baker, Brian Raub, Jim Lopochonsky, Greg Wilson, Kerry
Ewing, Dave Fisher, Keith Richardson. Second Row: John Welch, Mark Scott, Mike Sowash, John
Porter, George Wasser, Dan Giardina, Doug Loutzenhiser, John DiGiandomenico. Third Row: Coach
Simon, Mike Hovis, Pete Calenda, Bill Mitchell, Dick Wade, John Lewis, Song Su Kim, Robin Rembold,
Davc Couch, Manager Steve Bortz, Manager Jim Hawk, Coach Clelland.
Victory at the Christmas Tournament. The tension m0UHfS, Fred BOI'lCi
Jeff Raub Jeff puts the champ on his back.
Paul Donato Paul goes for a reversal.
ON THE MAT
Sending to the mats a team with many new faces, Coaches Clelland and
Simon directed the Greenville grapplers to an enviable 12-2 season. Eight
returning lettermen-Paul Donato, Jeff Raub, Dean Stockner, John Steven-
son, Bill Madura, Doug Klenovich, Wally Melvin, and Jim Henry-formed
the backbone of the winning team. A group of promising novices filled in
the empty slots to round out the squad.
Altogether, the Trojan matmen scored 401 team points while losing only
216 to their opponents. Pins numbered thirty with John Stevenson and
Doug Klenovich taking half of themg John felled eight opponents and
Doug, seven. Top scorer for the season was Stevenson who went unde-
feated and untied. Following close behind was Klenovich with a 13-1
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In the annual Christmas Tournament, the Greenville wrestlers proved
their worth by copping six of the twelve weight classes and winning the
tourney with 94 points. In the win spots were Bruce Johnson, Jeff Raub,
Jim Henry, Dean Stockner, John Stevenson, and Doug Klenovich.
After finishing their regular season, the Trojan wrestlers entered the Sec-
tion III tournament at Mercer. Seven of our grapplers won in the Section
preliminaries and five of them-Jim Henry, Dean Stockner, John Steven-
son, Bill Madura, and Doug Klenovich-advanced to the District competi-
Come on Opre, you can do it!"
Front Row.' Ed Thompson, John Aiken, Tom Spargo, Tom Williams, Kim Williams, Jeff Raub, Tom
Goss, Dan Mechenbier, Bob Northrop, John Miller, Dick Greenfield. Second Row.' Head Coach
Ballock, George Krepps, Dick Wade, Lane D'Amore, Bob Wade, Jim Curtin, Charlie Gill, Gerald Wal-
ton, Art Hoffman, Gary Williams, Steve Moyer, Assistant Coach Fagley. Third Row.' Ray Tanney,
Dave Whyte, Dave Pelc, Jesse Szugye, Jim Bubeck, Glenn Riley, Mike Buchanan, Duane Dixon, Dale
Mowry, Ed Cooper. Fourth Row.' Barry I-lodge, Wally Melvin, Jim Baskin, Jim Parker, Bob Reinhart,
Steve Blahut, Bill Egbert, Gary Thompson, Dale Seger, Jim Henry. Fifth Row.' Mike Kelley, Gary
Conover, John Stevenson, Richard Amy, Don Beilstein, John Hamilton, Rick Rembold, John Egbert,
Jim Miller, Brian Brush, Ed Young. K
Continuing to build the reputation of Greenville athletics, the
thinclads, under the direction of Coach Ballock, turned in an
impressive 7-2 record. Spearheaded by six senior le ttermen at the
county track meet, the squad from GHS placed second. A third-
place victory at the District X meet demonstrated their skill in
tense competition. To close the season, John Aiken brought
back honors to Greenville-our first state title.
I'll race you to the corner."
"Catch us if you can!" On your mark!
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Coach Mclnturf, Gordon Loveless, Bruce McKay, Alex McCurdy, Dale Nichols, Paul Arnold, Harry
Beil, Denny Young, Roger Read, Jim McE1ree, Steve Seeley, Gary Henderson, Gary Swartzbeck.
The Trojan golfers, with the silent backing of the school, brought
home a 7-5 record from the links. Under the direction of Mr. Mclnturf and
led by Steve Seeley, Alex McCurdy, and Harry Beil, the linksmen copped
a total of one hundred seven team points from their opponents while
losing only seventy points.
Here's how its done.
The big tive!
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14 West Middlesex 1
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1199 Slippery Rock 35
1192 Conneaut Lake 99
65 Sharpsville 899
49'z Hickory 1095
1OVz Sharpsville 492
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7 Grove City 8
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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Judy Cook, Captain Nancy Tuttle, Cindy Dart, Barb Sweet, Beth
Crowther, Joyce Noll. ..Who,S gonna Win tonight?
Twelve peppy girls . . . Proudly wear blue and gold . . .Trademarks are
dedication and energy . . . Present original skits at pep assemblies . . .
Practice, practice, practice . . . Keep Scrapbooks for coaches . . .
Organize Pep Club . . . Spark school spirit . . . "Yea, team, smear 'em!"
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Judy Unger, Lisa Callahan, Diane Dixon, ALTERNATES1Marjie Hodgeyjanet Cal-
Captain NHDCY Rickert, Karen MOHI, Kathy RWD- ' lahan, Colleen Junk, Darcy Lauffer.
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VARSITY "G"-President, Steve Moyer, Vice President, Paul Donatog Secretary-Treasurer, Jeff Raubg
Advisers, Mr. Ballock, Mr. Clelland, Mr. Fagley.
VARSITY "G" CLUB-A letter earned in any one of the varsity sports qualifies an
athlete for membership . . . Sell programs for basketball and football games . . . Co-
sponsor King and Queen of Sports Dance . . . Donate surplus in treasury to some worth-
while organization . . . Trip to King's Table for a smorgasbord-highlight of the year.
G.A.A. LEADERS CLUB-Promotes sportsmanship and maintains an interest in athletics
among girls . . . Members assist in physical education classes and in intramurals . . . Co-
sponsor King and Queen of Sports Dance . . . Enjoy going horseback riding and water
LEADERS CLUB-President, Janet Callahang Vice President, Ellen Mechenbierg Secretary-Treasurer,
Nancy Tuttleg Points Manager, Barbara Bakerg Adviser, Miss Minetti.
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THE CLASS OF '68 .
JERRY DEAN BRENNEMAN "Y.A
No one can surpass
This leader of our class.
Class President 4g Class Treasurer 3g
Student Council 4g Industrial Arts
Club 4, Vice Presidentg "Arsenic and
Old Lace"g "Get Smart", Football
2,3,4g Varsity "G" 4g Drama Club
3,45 French Club 2,3g Senior Con-
cessiong Prom Committee.
CLARENCE COONFIELD "Bud"
His serious manner oh so thin
Is belied by his impish grin.
Student Council 2,3,4g Football 2,3,
4g Varsity "G" 43 Sportsmen's Club
43 Class Vice President 45 "Get
Smart", Prom Committee.
DEBORAH ADKINS "Bertha"
Humor is the essence
Of her effervescense.
Class Secretary 3,45 National Honor
Society 3,49 Student Council 45 Sen-
ior Concession Co-Chairmang Prom
Aide 2g "Get Smart"g Choir 3,43
Girls Trio 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Pres-
ident 3g Library Club 3,4, President
45 F.T.A. 49 Bios Club 3,4.
SHIRLEY J. CURTIN "Pearl"
Her clothes so chic,
Class Treasurer 4g Bios Club 2,3,4g
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice President 3g
Current Affairs Club 45 Library
Club 3, Vice President, Drama Club
3,43 Senior Concession Co-Chairmang
Usher 3,4g Prom Committeeg French
WILLIAM T. ACHENBACH "Abotch" MARK EDWARD ADAMS "Twiggy"
Sports-minded is Bill: ln basketball his agility
Football 's his skill. Shows off his natural ability.
Football 2,3,4g Varsity "G" 4. Varsity "G" 3,45 Basketball 2,3,4g
ELAINE AIKEN "Elaine"
Elaine likes to skateg
On ice, she 's first rate.
Spanish Club 25 F.T.A. 3: Tri-Hi-
ROBBIE L. ALEXANDER "Flower Girl"
Bright, vivacious is Robbie:
Enjoying life is her hobby.
Business Club 43 G.A.A. 2,3.
.BLUEPRINT FOR SUCCESS
RONALD JAMES ADDISON "Ron"
Ron is often very funny:
Keeps classes gay and sunny.
JAMES P. ALEXANDER "Jim"
Just a bit shy,
But a very nice guy.
. PAUL ARNOLD "Ziffe1" MARJORIE I. ARTMAN "Marge"
l With a stroke, putt, and tee, A quality important to stress
He leads the team to victory. Is her eternal cheerfulness.
Band 2,33 "Arsenic and Old Lace"g Band 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Secretary
Golf 2,3,4g Varsity "G" 4g Industrial 3g Spanish Club 2,35 F.H.A. 4g Prom
Arts Club 4. Committeeg Usher 3. '
UP THE LADDER
STEPHEN W. BANIC "Jake"
Steve shows his finesse
Riding hondas, playing chess.
Chess Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Senior
REBECCA SUSAN BARR "Sue"
She has a very unusual trait,
The innate ability to create.
Troian Editor-in-Chief5 Troy Times
2,3, Editor-in-Chief 35 National Hon-
or Society 3,4, Treasurer 45 F.T.A. 2,
3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 French Club 2,
3,45 Art Club 45 Band 25 Senior
Concessiong Prom Committee.
ELTON R. BARNETT "Elton"
Always willing to lend a handy
A steady meniber of the band.
Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 2,3,4gSpan-
ish Club 4.
GERALD F. AUGUSTINE "Chicken Hawk" HOWARD L. AXTELL "Lennie
There 's no limitation
To his knack for imitation.
Sportsmen's Club 4.
JOSEPH BAYUK "Joe" KATHLEEN SUE BEATTY "Kathy" I
Joe's tall and slim To those she knows JIT M
And follows his whim. Her humor shows.
F.H.A. 45 Senior Concessiong Busi-
ness Club 4.
Len 's never far
From his guitar.
DIANE E. BARBER "Diane"
To her droll remarks.
Nurses Club 2,3,45 French Club 2,3
EMERY BARNETT "Emery"
In music, a talent,-
In manners, so gallant.
Football 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,4
Choir 3,45 Varsity "G" 4.
DENNIS A. BERRY "Eager"
This eager wrestler, Denny,
Has surely toppled many. '
Football 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Sen-
ior Concessiong Varsity "G" 4.
THOMAS LEE BILLIG "Albino"
Always evokes a groan
Telling jokes of his own.
Football Manager 45 Intramural
Sports 2,35 Originator of Rodney
K. Wentling Wrestling Awardg Varsity
FRED BONCI "Fred"
Not very loquacious
But, in science, tenacious.
Wrestling 3,45 French Club 45 Senior
. .SOPHOMORE TO SENIOR
STEPHEN A. BEDNAR "Crash"
Homework 's his pet peeve.
Spanish Club 45 French Club 25
Sportsmen's Club 45 Senior Concess-
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CAROL MAE BENSON "Benny"
There 's no rival for this girl
As her baton begins to twirl.
Majorettes 2,3,4, Captain 35 F.T.A.
3,45 F.H.A. 45 French Club 35 Leaders
Club 35 Class Play Committee 35
G.A.A. 2,3,45 Prom Committee.
PATRICIA MAE BILLER "Peppy"
A newcomer to G.HS.,'
Pat abounds in cheerfulness.
Transferred from Reynolds High
School, Greenville, Pa. 4.
RONALD G.BILLIG "Ron"
A friendly guy is he,
Polite as one can be.
Spanish Club 3,45 Industrial Arts
Club 4, Executive Councilg Prom
DORSE A. BLACK "Dorse"
Attractive is Dorse,
And neat, of course.
Transferred from Lakeview High
School, Stoneboro, Pa. 45 G.A.A.
2,3,45 Hall Monitors 3,45 Sailorettes
2,3,4, Secretary 45 F.B.L.A. 4, Vice
Presidentg Gym Club 35 Business
SANDRA SUE BORTZ "Sandy"
An athletic miss is Sandy:
At gfmnastics she 's a dandy.
Majorettes 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Band
2,3,45 Class Play Committee 45 F.H.A.
45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Business Club 4.
MAKING THE RAFTERS RING .
SUSAN ELAINE BROWN "Sue"
Her movements lithe,
Her spirit blithe.
Majorettes 2,45 Homecoming Courtg
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Secretary 45 Prom
Aid 25 Usher 35 F.T.A. 35 Prom
Committeeg Pep Club 2,3,4, Vice
President 35 Library Club 45 Class
Play Committee 3,45 Senior Concess-
JOSEPH BURNS "Joe"
His heart flutters
When his car engine sputters.
JANET K. CALLAHAN "Calhoun"
Her lively cheering at a game
Helps push our team to fame.
Leaders Club 3,4, President 45 Na-
tional Honor Society 3,45 Cheerlead-
ers 3,45 Homecoming Court 45 Stu-
dent Council 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4,
President 25 Spanish Club 2,3, Vice
President 35 F.T.A. 45 Choir 2,3,4.
French Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice
President 45 Drama Club 3,45 Pep
Club 3,45 "Get Smart"5 Usher 45
Library Club 3,45 Prom Committeeg
DENNY LIN CAYLOR "Denny"
Doesn 't seem to have a care-
Just a happy-go-lucky air.
Stage Crew 45 Projectionists 45 Var-
sity "G" 2,3,45 Sportsmen's Club 45
Track 2,35 Senior Concession5 Prom
Committee5 "Arsenic and Old Lace."
KIM D. BRAZELTON "Bruiser"
A likable guy is Kim:
You can rely on him.
Art Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 35 Bios
Club 3,45 Current Affairs Club 45
"Arsenic and Old Lace"5 Senior Con-
cession5 Prom Committeeg Track 2.
ROBERT JAMES BROWN "Brownie
You cannot deny it,
He 's really a riot.
Football 2,35 French Club 35 "Get
Smart"5 "Arsenic and Old Lace"5
Senior Concessiong Prom Committee.
CHERYL BURNS "Cheryl"
Her ideas- originalg
Transferred from Strong Vincent
High School, Erie, Pa. 35 Art Club 3,
45 Senior Concession.
STEVEN W. BUSH "Bushy"
In mathematics, Steve
High honors does achieve.
Spanish Club 3,45 Chess Club 4.
GARLAND CAMPBELL "Skip" -
He 's at the top
When it comes to shop.
JAMES DARRELL CHASE "Jay"
He 's very well dressed
And given to jest.
Football 2,33 Industrial Arts Club 4,
Business Managerg Senior Concession.
GARY GRANT CONOVER "Gay"
Not one to lurk
Where there is work.
JUDITH DIANE COOK "Judy"
Bouncing spirit, shining hair:
Judy 's a girl beyond compare.
Cheerleaders 2,43 F.T.A. 2,3,4g Tri-
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treausrer 4g Spanish Club
2,3g Pep Club 2,3,4g Prom Committecg
Usher 3,4g Scnior Concessiong G.A.A.
2,3,4g F.n.A. 4.
JOHN CRAMER "Crum"
John is a studious guy:
His favorite query- "Why? "
Art Club 3,44 Track 4g Chefs Club 4.
RALPH A. CLINGER "Ra1phie" I
Ralph Clinger- f
He 's a swinger.
. .WITH CHEERS FOR THE TEAM
JOHN CRISMAN "Stanley"
A mechanical potential
From brake to differential.
ANN MARIE CONSIGLIO "Ann"
An attractive girl
In the social whirl.
F.H.A. 3,43 Pep Club 43 Senior Con-
DIANN LOIS COZAD 'iCoz"
Her lovely voice-
The students' choice.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 4g Choir 2,3,
4, District Chorus 3,4, Regional Chor-
us 3,4, State Chorus 3, Double Quar-
tet 3,45 "Bye Bye Birdie"g Band 2,45
Senior Concessiong French Club 2,
Spanish Club 3.
CAROL ANN CRAWFORD "Speedy'
A helping hand, a gay smile-
Carol is a friend worthwhile.
Transferred from Conneaut Lake
High School, Conneaut Lake, Pa. 3.
RICHARD J . CULLEN "Dick"
Good times abound
Where Dick is found.
Spanish Club 2,3g Bios Club 3,4g
F.T.A. 3,45 "Arsenic and Old Lace"g
Class Play Committee 35 Prom Com-
CURIOSITY THE KEY . . .
PATRICIA A. DART "Patty"
Finding Patty is easy indeed:
She is always in the lead.
Majorettes 2, Captaing Drum Major-
ette 3,4g Ba.nd 35 Homecoming Courtg
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g French Club 2,33 F .T.
A. 4g F.H.A. 4g "Get Smartng Prom
Aid 29 Usher 35 Prom Committee.
THOMAS P. DAUGHERTY "Tom"
Tom never wears a frown-
Never lets friends down.
Wrestling 2g Class Play Committee 4.
CONNIE J. DEMALINE "Con"
Independent and carefree-
A sparkling personality.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Spanish Club 2,33
Prom Committeeg Pep Club 3,43 Sen-
ior Concessiong Business Club 4.
DEBORAH G. DALE "Deb"
Sweet, kind and quite a tease,
These are Debbie's qualities.
Art Club 3,4, Secretary 45 F.T.A. 3g
French Club 2,3,4g "Bye Bye Bi.rdie"g
Choir 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Senior
Concessiong Pep,Club 3,4.
MICHAEL G. DALFONZO "Dell"
On the radio he 's DeIl,'
He knows electronics well.
"Arsenic and Old Lace"g "Get
Smart"g Senior Concessiong Projec-
tionists 4g French Club 33 Current
Affairs Club 43 Chess Club 4g Drama
Club 3,43 Prom Committee.
JAMES W. DAUGHERTY "Jim"
Jim is well known
For playing baritone.
French Club 2,33 "Arsenic and Old
Lace"g Band 2,3,43 Dance Band 2,3.
EDWARD L. DAWES "Flash"
Hardly a word
From him is heard,
Football 2,3,4g French Club 33
Sportsmen's Club 4.
JOSEPH DIFEDE "Nose"
Joe is one
Who's full of fun.
Industrial Arts Club 45 Football 25
Art Club 4g 'LArsenic and Old Lace"g
Sportsmen's Club 4.
ANTHONY DISALVO "Ants"
Has an explanation
For any complication.
ROBERT G. DUNWORTH "Dodie"
For subtle humor, has a flair,
Ana' always is quite debonair.
National Honor Society 3,45 Foot-
ball 2,3,45 Varsity "G" 45 Bios Club
3,4g Troy Times 3g French Club 45
F.T.A. 45 "Arsenic and Old Lace"5
APRIL R. FERGUSON "May"
It 's undenuzble,
She is reliable.
Library Club 45 Choir 2,3,45 Orches-
tra 25 "Bye Bye Birdie"5 Senior Con-
cessiong Pep Club 2.
DOROTHY A. FRAMPTON "Dot"
Dot receives praise
For her roles in plays.
Leaders Club 3,4, Points Manager 35
F.T.A. 3,4, Vice President 4g Tri-
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 3g "Get Smart"g
Drama Club 3,45 Bios Club 3: Current
Affairs Club 4, Secretary-Treasurerg
Spanish Club 2,35 Band 2.
JOANNE K. FRIEST "Joanne"
Gay and attractive-
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 F.H.A. 4, F.T.A. 35
Choir 3,45 "Get Smart"5 Pep Club
3,45 Band 25 Senior Concession, Prom
Committeeg Library Club 4.
V 1 ,ff
, u V
. f Shirley is a lass
GREGORY J. FULLER "Greg"
A very nice guy is he, -
As serious as one can be.
Spanish Club 3,45 Industrial Arts
Club 45 Varsity "G" 45 Basketball
Manager 35 Basketball 45 Senior Con-
if SHIRLEY ANN DONAHUE "Shirl"
V . Who enjoys homemaking class.
F.H.A. 3,45 Pep Club 2.
.TO EXCITING DISCOVERIES
PAUL DONATO "Paul"
Puts opponents on their backs
When in wrestling he attacks.
Varsity "G" 2,3,4, Vice President 45
Wrestling 2,3,45 Football 25 Senior
LINDA P. ESHBAUGH "Linda"
Studying is bliss
For this lively miss.
Band 2,3,4, Librarian 3,4, District
Band 45 Nurses Club 2,3,4, Secretary-
Treasurer 3, President 45 F.H.A. 3,45
French Club 2,3,4g Prom Committeeg
Class Play Committee 3,4.
MARK E. FISHER "Marcus"
Noted for his concentration
On chemistry-his inspiration.
National Honor Society '3,4g Track 2,
3,45 French Club 2,3,45 Bios Club 3,
4, Vice President 3g Wrestling Man-
ager 35 Wrestling 45 Varsity "G" 45
Current Affairs Club 45 Magazine
Sale Co-Managerg Senior Concession.
F. MICHAEL FREEMAN "Mike"
He adds sparks
With his funny remarks.
Transferred from Divine Words Sem-
inary, Girard, Ohio, 25 Track 2.
MONDAY MORNING . .
CHARLES D. GAUS "Smi1y"
Is always heard
But wastes not a word
MARK E. GILL "Gi1ligan"
Mark is a very good sporty
Always has an apt retort.
Art Club 3g Senior Concession.
LINDA MEGAN GODINICH "Lynn"
Proficient in baking-
All types of homernaking.
Tri-Hi-Y 2g Nurses Club 3,43 F.H.A.
3,4 g Senior Concession.
GREGORY LEE GRAU "Theodore"
An engaging smile
All the while.
French Club 4g Bios Club 43 "Arsen-
ic and Old Lace."
. -j .Eggs
In any situation
CYNTHIA LEE GREEN "Cym"
Her laugh ter so gay
Brigh tens an y. day.
F.T.A. 2,3,4g French Club 2,3,4g
Band 2,3,4, Librarian 3,4g F.H.A. 4g
Pep Club 3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,4g Class
Play Committee 4.
CHARLES E. GALUS "Charlie"
Deep in meditation.
S. EDWARD GARBARINO "Garb"
A sociable guy is Ed-
Always uses his head.
Football 2,3,4g Basketball 3,45 Span-
ish Club 2g Senior Concession.
DIANNE MARIE GEORGE "George'
Ligh t-hearted is she-
So gay and carefree.
F.H.A. 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g Prom
PAMELA GILLESPIE "Pam"
Quality, a characteristic
Of her talent-artistic.
French Club 2,35 Art Club 2,3,4g
Pep Club 35 Prom Committeeg Class
Play Committee 49 Tri-Hi-Y 2g G.A.A.
SUSAN LYNN GOODLIN "Goodie"
Cu te and good-natured is Sueg
Optimistic, her point of view.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Band 2,3,4g Bios Club
3,4g French Club 2,33 Usher 33 Sen-
ior Concessiong Prom Committeeg
Class Play Committee 3.
DONNA LEE GROOVER "Donna" NANCY M. GURSKY "Nance"
Her charm shows through Her smile so bright
Her eyes of blue. Is a true delight.
Business Club 43 Band 2,3,4g Nurses F.H.A. 3,4g Prom Committee.
Club 3g "Get Smart"g Senior Con-
DENNIS HAGGERTY "Den"
Walks with an ambling gait-
Never early, sometimes late.
Graphic Arts 4.
ALAN S. HECKMAN "Big Al"
So nimble in the gym- .
Athletics are for him.
LEE HINEY "Herby"
Polite and mature-
A gentleman for sure.
Art Club 3,4, Treasurer 4g Sports-
men's Club 4.
JAMES B. HODGE "Jim"
Quiet but jiiendly is Jim,'
Science is the field for him.
Bios Club 43 Chess Club 4, Vice
Presidentg Wrestling 23 French Club
4g Current Affairs Club 4.
LARRY HALL "Larry"
He shies from studies-
Pre fers his buddies.
PAULINE ANN HESS "Polly"
For being pretty and petite,
Polly Hess is hard to beat.
Spanish Club 33 French Club 25
Pep Club 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Prom
Committeeg "Get Smart"g Senior
Concessiong Business Club 43 Class
Play Committee 4.
DAVID HINKIN "Hink"
Dave 's talent as a magician
Has brought him recognition.
French Club 2,3,4g Art Club 3,45
Bios Club 3,45 "Bye Bye Birdie"g
"Get Smart"g "Arsenic and Old
Lace"g Drama Club 3,45 Stage Crew
2,3,4g Projectionists 3,43 Choir 2,3,4.
DONALD L. HOFFMAN "Hoffie"
If it has wheels,
To Don, it appeals.
CURRICULAR, EXTRACURRICULAR .
LINDA L. JONES "Linda"
In studies proficient
With methods efficient
National Honor Society 3,45 Nurses
Club 2,3,4g Art Club 45 French Club
4g "Arsenic and Old Lace"g Pep Club
THOMAS JAY KITCH "Tom"
Tom enjoys the feel
Of a steering wheel.
Prom Committeeg Senior Concession.
DOUGLAS D. KLENOVICH "Opie"
Athletically inclined is Doug:
For sports he has a bug
Football 2,3,4g Wrestling 2,3,4g
French Club 35 Sportsmen's Club 4.
ERIC D. KNAUF "Eric"
Unconcerned and so carefree,-
A quiet guy he seems to be,
Wrestling 2g Industrial Arts Club 4g
Prom Committeeg Band 2.
PATRICIA LEE JANOS "Pat"
Her manner so steady,
Her smile, always ready.
Band 2,33 French Club 2,3g Pep
Club 3,4g F.T.A. 3g Art Club 4g
Business Club 4g Tri-Hi-Y 4g Senior
Concessiong Class Play Committee 43
JOHN KORMOS "Magnum"
When he hunts and fishes
He fulfills his wishes.
Transferred from Sharon High
School, Sharon, Pa. 3.
DAVID A. JONES "Jonesy"
N0 one can deny it,
He is very quiet.
SONG OK KIM "Song OK"
Her magnetic personality
Transferred from Dong Myung, Seoul,
Korea, 43 Art Club 4.
LINDA LEE KNAPP "Knapper"
Full of bounce and pep:
Never out of step.
Band 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Nurses
Club 2,3,4, "Get Sma.rt"g Bios Club
2,3,4g French Club 2,3,43 Current
Affairs Club 4g Dance Band 3, 43
Pep Club 4g Senior Conoessiong Dra-
ma Club 3,4g G.A.A. 2,3,4g Usher 3.
CAROLE J. LANGIOTTI "Carole"
Tasks assigned to this one
Are sure to be done.
Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 Pep Club 3,43 F.H.A. 3,
4, Secretary 43 Library Club 43 Sen-
ior Concesslong Class Play Committee
43 Business Club 4.
DAVID A. LEWIS "Lewin
On the basketball floor
Dave really can score.
Basketball 2,3,43 Track 2.
LINDA ANN LINEMAN "Linda"
She 's seldom in a hurry
And isn 't one to worry.
Transferred from Union High School,
Rimersburg, Pa. 33 Majorette 2,3.
. .DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM
MICHAEL S. KOSNAC "Rudy"
Opponents soon yield
With Mike on the field.
JUDITH ANN LOGAN "Judy"
Nice to be near.
F.l-I.A. 3,43 Nurses Club 2,3,43 Band
2,3,4, District Band 2,3,4, Regional
Band 3, All-State Band 43 Class Play
Committee 43 Dance Band 2,33 Tri-
Hi-Y 2,3,43 French Club 2,33 Usher 3.
Football 2,3,43 French Club 43 Var-
sity "G" 43 Sportsmen's Club 43
Senior Concessiong Prom Committee.
RANDALL LEE KOUGHER "Randy"
So helpful is Randy:
When needed, he 's handy.
Stage Crew 43 Library Club 43 Choir
WILLIAM L. LARIMER "Green Streak
With a tractor, his ambition
Is to win in competition.
Industrial Arts Club 43 Sportsmen's
Club 43 Projectionists 33 Basketball 2,
3,43 Track 43 Class Play Committee
4g Prom Committee.
LAWRENCE M. LESKOVAC "Lesley"
Selfsufficient is Larry:
After school he doesn 't tarry.
Art Club 3,43 Industrial Arts Club 4g
DEBORAH J. LEWIS "Deb"
Her humor bright
Keeps things light.
Pep Club 43 Tri-I-Ii-Y 4.
FILLING THE HALLS OF LEARNING .
JUDITH ANN LORENO . "Judy"
A feature oh so rare-
Her shining auburn hair.
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g French Club 2,3g Li-
brary Club 45 Pep Club 3,45 Prom
Committeeg Class Play Committee 39
Senior Concessiong Business Club 45
G.A.A. 23 F.H.A. 4.
JAMES E. LOVESKY "Slims"
Effort on the football team
Places Jim in high esteem.
Football 2,3,4g Varsity "G" 3,4g
Wrestling 2,39 Sportsmen's Club 4,
Presidentg Senior Concession.
WILLIAM E. MADURA "Bill"
All opponents he defeats
When in wrestling he competes.
Football 2,3,4g Wrestling 2,3,4g Var-
sity "G" 3,45 Senior Concession.
RODNEY L. MAYER "Oscar"
Known by one and all-
As sharp as he is tall.
Football 2,3,4g Basketball 2,45 Var-
sity "G" 43 Sportsmen's Club 43
' TTY ANN LONG "Betty"
en there 's time to sit,
e likes to knit.
air 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g Pep Club
,4g F.l-l.A. 4g Prom Committeeg
iior Concessiong "Bye Bye Birdie."
RONALD R. MCCARTNEY "Drag Boat"
Ron 's happiest by far
When driving his car.
Sportsmen's Club 4.
DAVID LORENO "Dave"
Hardly a word
From him is heard.
VICKI LYNN LOSACANO "Vicki"
In her conversation.
Band 2,3,4g Leaders Club 3,4g Bios
Club 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 39 Tri-
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 23 French Club
2,3,4g Current Affairs Club 4g "Get
Smart"g Pep Club 4g G.A.A. 2,3,4g
Orchestra 3,4g Nurses Club 3,4.
JOHN JOSEPH LOVESKY "Scientist
Chemicals and such
Interest him so much.
Football 2,3g Wrestling 2,34 French
Club 33 Sportsmen's Club 4g "Arsenic
and Old Lace"g Prom Committee.
SUSAN LEE MAGARGEE "Sue"
Her smile denture-
A friend for sure.
French Club 2,3,4g Spanish Club 3,4g
Tri-Hi-Y 2,33 Choir 3,49 F.T.A. 3.
CATHERINE McCONNELL "Cathie
Small in size,
With lovely eyes.
Art Club 45 Senior Concession, Tri-
Hi-Y 2,45 Pep Club 45 Spanish Club 25
F.H.A. 45 G.A.A. 3,4.
ALEXANDER S. MCCURDY "Alex"
Football 's the game
Where Alex wins fame.
Football 2,3,45 Golf 2,3,45 Varsity
"G" 3,45 Student Council 2,3,4, Vice
President 35 "Get Smart"5 "Arsenic
and Old Lace"5 French Club 2,35
Senior Concessiong Prom Committee5
Sportsmen's 'Club 4.
JAMES COOKE McELREE "B.J."
Fast as a whip
With a humorous quip.
Transferred from Gilmour Academy,
Gates Mills, Ohio 35 Football 3,45
Golf 3,45 Varsity "G" 43 "Arsenic
and Old Lace"5 Senior Concessiong
French Club 35 Sportsmen's Club 45
BRUCE JAMES McKAY "Buck"
Laughter he evokes
With all of his jokes.
Basketball 2,3,45 Golf 2,3,45 Varsity
"G" 253,45 French Club 2,35 "Get
Smart"5 "Arsenic and Old Lace"5
Senior Concessiong Prom Committee.
SHARON L. MCCONNELL "Sharon"
Sharon has a flair
For arranging hair.
F.H.A. 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Senior
Concession5 Art Club 45 Pep Club 3,45
Spanish Club 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Li-
brary Club 3,4.
F-5? - - ,IH T,?, f7,
CATHY LOU MCPHERSON "Cath"
Her appearance shows
Her fine taste in clothes.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice President 25 F.T.
A. 3,45 French Club 2,3,45 Current
Affairs Club 45 "Get Smart"5 Bios
Club 2,3,45 Drama Club 3,45 G.A.A.
2,3545 Pep Club 45 Senior Concessiong
Usher 35 Prom Committee.
.WITH CONTAGIOUS SPIRIT
THOMAS W. MCDONALD "Tom"
A perfect mix
Of mischief and tricks.
Art Club 45 Industrial Arts Club 45
French Club 45 Sportsmen's Club 45
PAULETTE L. MCGRATH "Sam"
The smile on her face
Keeps her dimples in place.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 F.H.A.
3,4, Vice President 45 Business Club
45 Senior Concessiong G.A.A. 2,3.
LESLIE ANN McMINN "Les"
Her talent in art
Sets her apart.
National Honor Society 3,45 Art Club
3,4, Vice President 45 Troy Times 2,3,
Feature Editor 35 "Get Smart"5 Class
Play Committee 45 French Club 2,45
Tri-Hi-Y 45 Prom Committeeg Senior
NORA LEE MEACHAM "Meace"
All do admire
Her voice in the choir.
Drama Club 3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Class
Play Committee 45 Senior Concessiong
F.H.A. 45 "Bye Bye Birdie"5 Library
Club 2,3,45 Double Quartet 3,4.
READ! READ! READ! . ..
LAURA ANN MILESEND "Mouse"
Of kindness and cooperation
She's a perfect illustration.
Pep Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Choir
45 F.H.A. 45 French Club 35 Business
Club 45 Nurses Club 4.
LINDA ANN MILLER "Linda"
Long brown tresses,
Short mod dresses.
Transferred from Corona del Mar
High School, Newport Beach, Calif.
35 Student Council 25 Chorus 25
"Arsenic and Old Lace"5 Spanish
DEBORAH A. MORRISON "Idget"
To be speczfc,
She's just terrmc.
Troian Class Editor5 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4,
President 45 National Honor Society
3,45 Class Play Student Director 35
Class Play Committee 45 Troy Times
2,35 Current Affairs Club 45 Prom
Committeeg Usher 35 Senior Concess-
DEBORAH R. MUTDOSCH "Debbie"
Just loaded with vim-
Outstanding in gym.
F.H.A. 2,3,45 Spanish 35 Choir 2.
ELLEN T. MECHENBIER "Ellie"
Ellen fits the definition
Of one deserving recognition.
Troian Photography Editor5 National
Honor Society 3,45 F.T.A. 3,4, Pres-
ident 45 Leaders Club 3,4, Vice Pres-
ident 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treasurer 35
Library Club 3,45 Troy Times 2,35
Choir 45 Senior Concession.
JANET NEUSTUPA "Janet"
Happy in her way:
She 'll help out any day.
Library Club 45 Pep Club 45 French
Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Business Club 45
Senior Concessiong F.H.A. 35 Class
Play Committee 4.
NORMAN D. MELVIN "Mel"
Everyone can hear it-
His great school spirit.
KATHY SUE MILLER "Kathy"
JAMES MITCHELL "Hermie"
Jim is a constant teaseg
He comments on all he sees.
Sportsmen's Club 4.
STEPHEN D. MOYER "Steve"
With comments droll,
He 's in control.
Football 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Track
3,4, Captain 45 Student Council 3,4,
President 45 Prom Committeeg Senior
Concessiong Doonnan 3,45 Class Vice
President 35 "Get Smart"5 Varsity
"G" 3,4, President 4.
MARTEN C. OWENS "Skeet"
He flees at three
With boundless glee.
CAROL A. PERROTTI "Karate"
Small and vivacious
And truly gracious.
F.H.A. 3,4, Treausrer 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45
Pep Club 2,3,45 Senior Concession,
Business Club 4. A
SHARON LEE POLLEY "Sharon"
Likable is Sharon Polleyg
She is often very jolly.
Tri-Hi-Y 45 F.H.A. 45 Pep Club 4.
JEFFREY DOUGLAS RAUB "Jeff"
This Trojan wins fame
In the wrestling game.
Wrestling 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 National
Honor Society 3,45 Student Council
45 Bios Club 3,4, Program Chairman
45 French Club 2,35 Varsity "G" 253,
4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Sportsmen's
Club 45 Senior Concession.
, .- 3
..STONE UPON STONE
DALE E. NICHOLS "Boamer"
Whether serious or in jest,
Dale is one of the very best.
Student Council 2,35 Football 2,3,45
Basketball 25 Golf 2,3,45 National
Honor Society 3,45 Prom Committeeg
Doonnan 35 Senior Concession.
CHARLES M. REDZINAK "Charlie"
Never misses a chance
To attend a dance.
Band 2,3,4, Vice President 45 Dance
Band 3,45 Varsity "G" 3,45 Basket-
ball Manager 3,45 French Club 35
ROBERT PAUL NORTHROP "Bob"
He succeeds for many reasonsf
Truly a man for all seasons.
'Get Smart"g "Arsenic and Old Lace"5
Track 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 National
Honor Society 3,4, Vice President 45
Prom Committeeg Varsity "G" 2,3,45
Senior Concessiong Graphic Arts 3,45
Drama Club 3,4, President 3,4.
SUSAN JEAN PA'I'TERSON "Sue"
A tomboy of sorts-
Sue just adores sports.
G.A.A. 2,3,45 Senior Concessiong Li-
brary Club 45 F.H.A. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 4.
BARBARA J. PETERSON "Barb"
When Barb is smiling
She's so beguiling
Transferred from Conneaut Lake Area
High School, Conneaut Lake, Pa. 35
Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Majorette 2,35 Pep Club
2,45 F.H.A. 2,3,45 Library Club 25
JOHN R. RAMSEY "Jack"
This gentleman in every way
Drives a shiny Model A.
EACH BIT OF KNOWLEDGE
je I fi f
MARGIE I. REIGLEMAN "Margie"
Friends she does win
With her cheerful grin.
KENNETH L. RHOADES "Posey"
Congenzkzl and tall,
Well-liked by all.
Transferred from Conneaut Lake High
School, Conneaut Lake, Pa. 35 Span-
ish Club 3.
PAMELA SUE ROGERS "Pam"
A manner so refined.
Art Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President
45 Choir 2,3,4, Librarian 3, District
Chorus 35 Nurses Club 2,3545 Pep
Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,45 Industrial Arts
Club 45 Senior Concession5 Drama
Club 3,4 5 Library Club 2,3,4.
LEWIS EDWARD RUFFING "Lew"
Congenial is Lew,
And dependable too. -
Football 25 Track 4.
SHIRLYN J. REED "Chal"
Shirlyn is quite a elowng
She dispels every frown.
Pep Club 25 Orchestra 25 Band 253,45
French Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 F.H.A. 4.
MARILYN J. RUTKAI "Marlin"
Her attitude-en thusiastic.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Secretary 25 Leaders
Club 3,45 Library Club 45 Spanish
Club 3,45 French Club 2,35 Pep Club
3,4, President 45 Choir 25 "Get
Smart"5 Senior Concessiong G.A.A. 2,
35 Usher 35 "Bye Bye Birdie."
FREDERICK D. REESE "Fred"
Fred is really quite a guy:
In popularity he rates high.
Spanish Club 2,35 "Get Smart"5 Sen-
ior Concessiong Prom Committee.
CONNIE SUE REINHART "Connie"
Easy-going and diplomatic-
Her major interest is aquatic.
Majorette 3,45 Leaders Club 45 "Get
Smart"5 Bios Club 3,45 French Club
2,35 F.T.A. 253,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Dra-
ma Club 35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,
3,45 Nurses Club 25 Usher 3,45 Prom
Committeeg Senior Concession.
CHRYSTENE A. RIMER "Chrys"
Sweet and sincere is Chrys,
A very delightful miss.
F.T.A. 2,3,45 French Club 2,3,45 F.H.
A. 45 Art Club 45 Class Play Commit-
tee 45 National Honor Society 3,4.
REBECCA JUNE ROSS "Becky"
With Becky at the head
FHA. was well led.
Band 2,3,4, Librarian 3,4, District
Band 3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Nurses Club
253,45 Vice President 45 Bios Club 45
Spanish Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Prom
Committeeg Class Play Committee 35
F.H.A. 3,4, President 4.
THOMAS CARLTON RYAN "Tom"
A witty fellow is he,
Distinguished by his repartee.
Class President 3g Football 2,3,45
Basketball 2,3,45 Varsity "G" 3,45
"Arsenic and Old Lacc"g French Club
2,3,45 Drama Club 3,45 Senior Con-
cessiong Prom Committee.
GRETCHEN A. SCHEIFELE "Gretch"
Gretchen has a lot to say:
When she's near, all is gay.
Choir 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,45 Spanish
Club 2g French Club 4g F.H.A. 4g
Senior Concessiong Art Club 3,4.
KEITH SIBLEY "Keith"
An unbeatable combination.
Band 2,3,4, President 45 National
Honor Society 3,4, President 45 Cur-
rent Affairs Club 2,3,4, Vice Presi-
dentg French Club 2,3,45 Troy Times
2,35 Prom Committeeg Doorman 35
LINDA M. SMARGIASSO "Smar"
Her beauty wins recognitiong
So docs her even disposition.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Choir 2,4g French
Club 35 Senior Concessiong Library
Club 45 "Bye Bye Birdie."
SAMUEL J. SALKIN "Hermie"
An informed mind, a sly remark:
Sam is never in the dark.
Troian Business Managerg National
Honor Society 3,45 "Get Smart"g
"Arsenic and Old Lace"5 Current
Affairs Club 2,4, President 45 Troy
Times 2,35 Band 2,3,45 Dance Band
2,3,45 French Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3.
NAIL IN THE FRAMEWORK
Nur s 23 1H1 4 ep
' DANIEL N. SOLBERG "Dan"
N He can do most anything-
Ski, act, and even sing
French Club 2,45 Current Affairs
Club 4g "Get Smart"5 "Arsenic and
Old Lace"5 Class Play Committee 45
Choir 3,4, President 4, District Chor-
us 3, Regional Chorus 3, State Chorus
3 Double Quartet 3,45 Troy Times 3.
A Y LOUISE SIMMONS "Mary"
Y u'll neverfnd
Another so kind.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3g Business Club 4.
JAMES SMITH "Smitty"
Sets a fast pace
In a drag race.
Industrial Arts Club 45 Sportsmen's
Club 4g Class Play Committee 4.
JAMES SORBER "Sleepie"
A good-natured gu y is Jim,'
Sincere is the word for him,
Industrial Arts Club 45 Senior Con-
DOORWAYS TO THE FUTURE .
THOMAS F. SPARGO "Fin"
Tom's comic expressions
Enliven class sessions.
Track 2,3,4g Varsity "G" 2,3,4
French Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4.
JANET M. STEVENSON "Janet"
She 's quiet and reserved,
Not easily unnerved.
JOHN M. STEVENSON "Stimey"
This track star
Jumps high and far.
Wrestling 2,3,4g Track 2,3,4g Varsity
"G" 2,3,4g Sportsmen's Club 43 Bios
Club 3,4g French Club 3g Prom Com-
mitteeg Doorman 3.
DAVID STEWART "Stu"
Dave 's like no other,
Not even his brother.
Just like his brother,
Don 's like no other.
PETER SOWASH "Pete"
Opposing teams fall
When Pete carries the ball.
Football 2,3,4g Wrestling 2
"G" 45 Sportsmen's Club 4.
PAULA DIAN SPARGO "Margo"
Her manner-quite affableg
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treasurer 2g French
Club 2,3,4, President 4g Choir 3,4g
Art Club 4g "Get Smart"3 Drama
DAVID SPATILSON "Spats"
Dave is a fine musician,
Full of fun and ambition.
Senior Concessiong Band 2.
E. DEAN STOCKNER "Dean"
By decision or pin,
Dean 's sure to win.
Wrestling 2,3,4g Track 2,3,4g Varsity
Has a ball
In study hall.
KENNETH L. SWANK "Ken"
If it 's a stage hand you need
Ken will gladly do the deed.
Stage Crew 2,35 Projectionists 2,3,45
Wrestling Manager 2,35 Varsity "G'
2,3,45 Senior Concessiong Prom Com
mitteeg Class Play Committee 3,4.
LISA MARIE SZUGYE "Squidge"
This talented young lass
Is a credit to our class.
Troian Literary Editorg Troy Times
2,3, Assistant Editor 35 National Hon-
or Society 3,45 F.T.A. 3,4, Historian
45 Current Affairs Club 45 Library
Club 45 French Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45
Bios Club 35 Senior Concession.
JEANNE L. TRIBLEY "Tribes"
A manner so steady,
A smile always ready.
ELEANOR TUFARO "Tuftie"
A friendly girl is she-
Congenial as can be.
French Club 25 Business Club 4.
MICHAEL STROSSER "Stress"
Wrestling 25 Sportsmen's Club 4.
S ON THE PAST
LINDA SUSAN STUBERT "Stu"
In typing, a whiz-
The best there is.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Spanish Club 35 Choir
3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Troy Times 2,35
Business Club 4, Vice Presidentg "Get
Smart"5 Senior Concessiong G.A.A.
2,35 Prom Committee.
BARBARA LEE SWEET "Barb"
Barb 's personality bubbles,-
She never has any troubles.
Cheerleader 45 J.V. Cheerleader 35
National Honor Society 3,45 Leaders
Club 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 "Get
Smart"5 French Club 2,35 F.T.A. 2,35
Pep Club 3,45 Band 25 Senior Con-
cessiong Prom Committee5 Usher 3.
DAVID SYLVESTER "Cool Ray"
A very loyal friend:
Help he ll always lend.
FREDERICK W. TRAVIS "Tricky"
An inquisitive mind
Keeps his nose to the grind.
Troian Sports Editorg Troy Times
2,3, Assistant Editor 35 National Hon-
or Society 3,45 Bios Club 35 Current
Affairs Club 45 Prom Committee5
Class Play Committee 35 Doorman 35
French Club 2,3,4.
"POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE" .
JANET S. WACKENHUT "Wacky"
Takes everything in stride-
Choir 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Band 2,3,4,
Secretary 4, "Bye Bye Birdie" ,
French Club 2,3, Dance Band 3,43
Girls Trio 2,3, Double Quartet 4,
Troy Times 2,3, Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Drama
Club 4, Prom Aide 2, Prom Commit-
JAMES O.WATHAN "Wahoo"
Imaginative and clever,
Successful in every endeavor.
Football 2,3,4g Wrestling 2,3, Sports-
men's Club 4, Vice President, Var-
sity "G" 2,3,4.
DAVID JOSEPH WELTON "Dave"
Full of good cheer,
And very sincere.
Football Manager 2,3,4, Varsity "G"
DAVID WHYTE "Malcolm"
He shows co-operation
In any situation.
Football 2, Track 3,4, Senior Con-
BARBARA E. WILLEY "Barb"
Transferred from Milford High
School, Milford, Conn. 4, Art Club
4, French Club 4, Pep Club 4, Sen- '
NANCY LOUISE TUTTLE "Nancy'
A manner so charming,
National Honor Society 3,4, Student
Council 4, Secretary-Treasurer, Cheer-
leader 3,4, Captain 3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,
4, Leaders Club 3,4, Secretary-Treas-
urer 4, Homecoming Queen, Pep Club
3,45 Library Club 3.
KATHRYN JEAN URDA "Kath"
Hers is the touch
That helps so much.
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Executive Board 4, F.T.
A. 3,4, Magazine Sale Co-Manager,
Class Play Committee 3,4, Current
Affairs Club 4, Library Club 4,
French Club 4, Bios Club 3,45 Drama
Club 4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Senior Concess-
ion, Troy Times 3.
SUSAN JANE WASSER "Sue"
Sue's friendliness is genuine,
Her image-always feminine.
Homecoming Court, J .V. Cheerleader
2, Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Spanish Club 33
Prom Committee, Prom Aide 2, Pep
Club 2,3,4, Senior Concession, Usher
4, Business Club 4.
GARY WATKINS "Gary"
Takes things as they come,
Never, never glum.
Wrestling 2, Band 2,3,4.
ROBERTA C. WHITESIDE "Berta"
Always full of fun,'
Well-liked by everyone.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Pep Club 2,3, "Bye Bye
Birdie", Choir 2,3,4, Senior Concess-
DEBORAH JO WILLIAMS "Jo"
"Contagious " refers
To that smile of hers.
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, French Club 34 F.H.A.
3,4g Cheerleader 3g Prom Committeeg
Pep Club 3.
GARY L. WILLIAMS "Willie"
Of studying- wary.
Football 2,3,4g Varsity "G" 45 Track
PATRICIA E. WILLIAMS "Pat"
Her comments- full of mirth.
Class Play Committee 3.
D. SCOTT WOODS "Scott"
A whiz in math and science
Who possesses self-reliance.
Troy Times 2,3, Sports Editor 35
National I-Ionor Society 3,43 Bios
Club 3,4, President 3,4g French Club
2,3,4g Current Affairs Club 45 Foot-
DOUGLAS R. WILLIAMS "Doug"
When Doug wants to relax
He starts playing his saxe.
Transferred from Boardman High
School, Youngstown, Ohio, 33 Track
2,3g Band 2,3,4g Dance Band 3,43
Latin Club 2g Bios Club 2.
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JOHN E. YOUNG "Emie"
An earnest guy is John:
His airs are not put on.
Football 2,3,4g Basketball 2g French
Club 3,4g Spanish Club 2g Prom Com-
mitteeg Prom Aide 25 Varsity "G" 4g
. .FINALLY, GRADUATION
JOANN WILLIAMS "Joann"
She will never shirk
Her share of the work.
Library Club 3,4g F.H.A. 3,4g Tri-
Hi-Y 2,35 Senior Concession, G.A.
JOHN M. WILSON "Willy"
John always says 'Hin
When he passes by.
Band 3,4g Projectionists 3 3 Stage Crew
2,3,4g Class Play Committee 3.
DOROTHY L. WYATT l'Dot"
A lively air .
With energy to spare.
Pep Club 2,3,4g Tri-I-Ii-Y 2,3,4, Span-
ish Club 3,4g "Arsenic and Old
Laceng G.A.A. 3,4g Library Club 4g
Choir 3,4g Senior Concession.
RICHARD ZIMMERMAN "'Dixie"
A helpful word, an eager grin,-
When he plays, he plays to win.
Transferred from Allegheny-Clariom
Valley High School, Foxburg, Pa. 4g
Basketball 2,3,45 Football 3,45 Art
Club 3g Band 4.
THE JUNIORS.. . '
Front Row: Eve Diehl, Kathy Calior, Beth Crowther, Becky Adkins, Debbie Burns, Barb Baker,
Judy Bly, Myrna Brown, Mary Dambacher, Janet Campbell, Kathy Alexander, Debbie Busse. Second
Row: Ellen Cheuka, Doris Artman, Ruth Buda, Toni DellaVecchia, Mary Barnes, Sharon Adell,
Carolyn Caswell, Bev Chess, Joyce Crowley, Sherry Artman, Janice Dawes. Third Row: Cindy Duell,
Ed Cooper, Bill Baker, Jim Barker, Joe Bonaquist, Steve Bortz, Edith Altman, Pat Bradley, Becky
Anderson, Linda Christman, Doris Barnes, Sibby Burton. Fourth Row: Laura Anders, Dave Boston,
Ed Daugherty, Tim Burns, Stan Adams, Jim Bubeck, Linda DiGiandomenico, Mary Doddo, Karen
Dignall, Linda Brocklehurst, Nancy Best, Cindy Dart. Fifth Row: Fred Brown, Gary Cook, Jim,
Burleson, Phil Adzima, Jerry Allgeier, Paul Boehm, Michael Buchanan, Jim Callahan, Rick Amy, Don
Beilstein, Gary Babcock.
Front Row: Janet Eddy, Karen Kuban, Janice Kerschner, Jody Gibbs, Marilyn Gaugh, Shirley Kitch,
Kara Eich, Penny Garbler, Marjic Hodge, Joyce Keifer, Sharon Green. Second Row: Song Su Kim,
John Koren, Curt Kline, Dennis King, Jim Henry, Diane Junk, Kathy Fell, Pat Hanna, Lori Hewitt,
Cheryl Hall, Jim Gibson. Third Row.' John Hamilton, George Krepp, Tom Goss, Diana Kannnerdiener,
Shelly Giardina, Linda Keller, Sally Haines, Kathie Harry, Susan Fischer, Dee Johnston, Carroll
Gregory, Thomas Kormos. Fourth Row: Art Hoffman, Tedd Engstrom, Jim Hawk, Bob Kovac, Jim
Koren, Patti Gariepy, John Egbert, Chris Gaugh, Johanna Hawes, Jean Hoffackcr, Mike Garbarino.
Fifth Row: Tom Gilliland, Barry Hodge, Alfred Johnson, Ron Foust, Dave Ferguson, Richard Graham,
Bob Gaus, Ed Fellows, Steve Galus, Jeff Jackson, Gary Henderson.
. . .INSPIRED WITH CLASS SPIRIT
Front Row.' Eva McQueen, Mary Martha Moore, Fran McDowell, Loretta Mowry, Letitia Potase, Patty
Page, Dorothy McCarthy, Katie Mulligan, Rhonda Mossman, Carol Pfaff, Sue Paulovkin. Second Row.'
Libby Pistolesi, Margie McClelland, Darlene Pressler, Vicky Monroe, Patty Powell, Heidi Nace, Vicki
Miller, Norma McCurdy, Velma Leslie, Janie Peterson, Gale Portz. Third Row.' Margaret Pifer, Diann
Peterson, Shirley McGranahan, Kathy Moynihan, Debbie Lysek, Sue Moyer, Joyce Noll, Charles
Livingston, John Lopochonsky, Wally Melvin, Mark Leasure, Karen Lyon. Fourth Row.' Terry Liszka,
Pete Little, Jim Miller, Dave Pele, Jeff Limber, Bob Morrison, Dave Laird, Dennis Osbome, Gerald
Lane, Karen Ott. Fifth Row.' Lesa Penniman, Joyce Louden, Bob McCarrier, Harry Parker, Ed Mc-
Adoo, John Porter, Bill Mabry, Jim Leskovac, Ron Lineman, Frank Lewis, Lou Loreno, John Mowry.
Profit Row Rick Rembolcl Terry Ridgeway Dale Seger, John Robinson, Tom Walker, Jim Williams,
Ed Young, Dun Specht, Doug Willey. Second Row.' Denise Scott, Bonnie Robinson, Alyce Zimmer,
Susan Westover, Jane Reigelman, Bonnie Sumners, Charlotte Zuschlag, Sally Williamson, Claudia
Tribley, Paula Sylvester, Bettelou Rauch. Third Row.' Cindy McClelland, Carolyn Rodemoyer, Mary
Stone, Linda Stuck, Annette Stanfa, Wendy Wilson, Linda Zarecky, Phyllis Urda, Marsha VanTassel,
Mary Trunipak, Judy Williams, Susan Swickland, Charlotte Rodgers. Fourth Row.' Ron Veado, Ron
Stowe, Roy Tanney, Glenn Riley, Kim Williams, John Stegkamper, Jay Stevenson, Mark Stewart, Ray
Tanney, Terry Starry. Fifth Row.' Richard VanTassel, Robert Wasser, John Swartz, Paul Zarecky,
Jeff Smith, David Rickert, Eric Riley, Jim Shaffer, Marc Stewart, Bill Snodgrass, Eric Rinella, Tom
Rowland, Jon Willey.
THE SOPHOMORES .. .
Front Row.' Lane D'Amore, Kerry Ewing, Tom Christy, Renee Conner, Verlene Cameron, Gay Eng-
lish, Linda Faloney, Kathy Burazer, Rose Cramer, Linda DeMatteo. Second Row.' Steve Crognale,
John Baird, Brian Brush, Duane Dixon, Bill Egbert, George Beil, Harry Beil, Jim Curtin, Bob Bovard.
Third Row.' David Barr, Steve Blahut, Jared Emmett, Ellen Banks, Pat Daugherty, Pam Ferguson,
Eleanor Cooper, Karyl Beilstein, Sue Curtis, Jim Baker. Fourth Row.' Paul Burns, Dave Dale, Bev
Canale, Saundra Bell, Jean Allgeier, Diane Dixon, Theresa Buaer, Linda Cannon, John Conner, Walter
Anthony, Bob Donahue. Fifth Row.' Harry Brydon, Dick Bunton, Todd Engstrom, Charles Cullen,
Jim Baskin, Larry Barber, Denny Caseio, John Boliver, Gary Brink, Steve Anderton.
Front Row: Sue Livingston, Carol Henry, Joyce Griffith, Debbie Hall, Jackie Humphrey, Mary
Kerekes, Margie Liszka, Donna George, Deb'Huntley, Mary Little. Second Row.' Mary Hubbard,
Cindy Klingensmith, Colleeli Junk, Debby Keck, Tish Fieeman, Vickie Lanigan, Laurie Fleeger,
Betsy Kidd, Bonnie Little, Kathy GITJCSCI. Third Row.' Chri? Huhn, Debbie Fisher, Bonnie
G'ursky, Diane'First, Cherylfioda, Yvonne Korbini, Riclf' Gray, Dick Lauffer, Denny Freeman, John
Komula, Julie Hewitt. Fourth Row.' David Fisher, Johnx Kammerdiener, Kevifn Fitzmartin, Bill Ibbs,
Chuck Hamilton, Mike'Hovis, Mike Heffern, George Greggs, Stan Timber, Bob Lake. Fifth Row.'
Bruce Johnson, Rick Jaxtheimer, Ron Langietti, Mike'fGKodinich, Scott Hawes, Keviillluels, Tom
Geisler, Jim 'Ka1ler, Charles" Gill, Tom Galus, Jim Gilliland, Rick Hamblin, Norm Hamilton.
. . . ON THEIR WAY
Front Row.' Dale Mowry, Dale Miller, Janine McElree, JoAnn Pele, Patty Pilgram, Mary McCormick,
Marla Mowry, Barby Long, Charlene Loreno, Linda Meacham, Brad Paxton. Second Row: Bill Mc- ,
Connell, Dave Lucas, Nina Packard, Nancy Powell, Sue Marshall, Cathy Osborne, Randi Mcllhany, 1
Sharon Portz, Peggy Mechenbier, Karen Mohr, Bruce Long. Third Row.' Dave McKay, Christine I
Palm, Karen Phillips, Alice McKay, Vickie Lysek, Kathy Love, Linda Perrine, Dave Manko, Dave
Proudfit, John Mitchell, Philip McCartney. Fourth Row.' Bob Miller, Mike Murrin, Mike Nelson,
Jean Murrin, Violet Miller, Margie Lucaric, Janie Nye, Jane Nair, Susan Long, Bill Peterson, Larry V
Minccr, Terry Page, Bill Prosser. Fifth Row.' Denny Mowry, Lee Moerke, Bill Mitchell, Mark McDon- i
aid, Nick Moss, Jeff Peebles, Doug Peterson, Randy McCarrier, Wayne Maggs, Anthony Piccolin, Jim N
Parker, Andy Parillo, Ron Noble.
Front Row.' Gary Swartzbeck, Paul Wackenhut, Jerry Smith, Robin Robinson, Mark Spaulding,
Jesse Szugye, Denny Reinhart, Larry Speir, Wes Snodgrass, Paul Suntheimer. Second Row: Philip
Wasser, Dianne Simons, Kathy Ryan, Nancy Rickert, Priscilla Young, Judy Unger, Debby Smith,
Janice Stevenson, Marilyn Sweet, Stephanie Spargo, Kathy Schadt, John Williams. Third Row.' Eldon
Spinks, Elaine Smargiasso, Sonya Zuschlag, Sandy Suddoth, Cheryl Resinger, Nancy Reagle, Freda
Thompson, Terri Wheaton, Wanda Thompson, Bob Wilson, Jim Shartle. Fourth Row.' Jerry Wasser,
Mark Wasser, Lonnie Wensley, Pam Tomasello, Pat Travis, Dottie Smith, Ginger Thayer, Paula
Williams, Wendy Woods, Donna VanDyke, Charlie Reigleman. Fifth Row.' Garry Weaver, Jim Swei-
gard, Pete Robinson, Dick Wade, Mark Scott, Mike Sowash, Dan Spence, Bob Wade, Gary Thompson,
Rick Whiteside, Frank Roberts. I
THE FRESHMEN . . .
Front Row.' Lisa Callahan, Laurie Ferguson, Mary Alice Beaver, Hope Craig, Dee Counselman, Deb
Bortz, Kathy Burt, Nancy Clark, Thelma Artman, Bonnie Cramer. Second Row.' Sharon Carlson,
Joan Alabran, Marilyn Alabran, Barbara Fagley, Ruth Donato, Brenda Dawes, Cathy Billig, Jenny
Adkins, Rhonda Crash, Karen Baskin, Barb Barney. Third Row.' Eileen Butler, Suzanne Dale, Peter
Calenda, Joe Cheuka, Clifford Beil, Douglas Andrews, John Curtin, Dave Bly, Dan Baker, Bob Baker,
Brenda Barnes, Joyce Bunton. Fourth Row.' Linda Barr, Charla Ferguson, Denny Fell, Bruce Bovard,
Michael Downing, Scott Carpenter, Robert Elek, David Couch, John DiGiandomenico, Randy Bush.
Fifth Row.' Andrea Farina, Wilma Bray, Jesse Bortz, Charles Cowher, Bruce Coppick, Rick Chason,
Tim Dale, Rick Diefenderfer, Denny Campbell, Jerry Chason, Jack Cooley, Gary Eckles.
Front Row.' Debbie Henderson, Pam Hall, Linda Good, Betsy Guffey, Donna Green, Patti Kelley, Deb-
ra Gruber, Charla Hecker, Debra Gearhart, Kathy George. Second Row.' Linda Kammerdiener,
Susan Jennings, Mark Gaus, Doug Lewis, Darcy Lauffer, Carl Kerekes, Todd Gillespie, Jim Jordan,
Michael Flack, Marcia Kiser, Robin Gillespie. Third Row.' Darlene Green, Barbara Keck, Elaine
Koren, Vera Guthrie, Avery Huels, Donna Janos, Ronda Hyde, Jane Hamilton, Susan Kormos,
Dixie Hawes, Susan Leasure, Irene Leslie. Fourth Row.' Charles Hinds, Jeff Kuhn, Dick Kuban,
George Grexa, Dan Giatdina, Robert George, Steve Hall, Brian Godinich, George Gebert, Leo Hawk,
Jay Joseph, Carl Heasley. Fifth Row.' Gary Kougher, Dale LeBarron, Bill Hoffman, John King, John
Lewis, Bob Grantham, Gary Hinkson, Jay Hodge, Tim Higbee.
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A NEW ADDITION
Front Row.' Rebecca Reese, June Nichols, Kim Robb, Cathy Ritchey, Ruth Reagle, Helen Pifer,
Mary Miller, Lois Potase, Myrna Peterson, Carol Powell. Second Row.' Rose Miller, Dixie Patterson,
Carla Procner, Kathy McElree, Karen Osborne, Doris Rodgers, Vanetta Miller, Sheila Loreno, Rhonda
Myers, Linda McMahan, Diane Neustupa. Third Row.' David Riley, Jeannette Parillo, Dianne McAdoo,
Cyn Moore, Janet Rutkai, Mary Moynihan, Roberta Monroe, Bruce McDougall, John Myers, Richard
McCarthy. Fourth Row.' David Reinhart, Bill Miller, Mike Bongar, Dick McGuffle, Dick McKay,
Keith Richardson, Pat McDonald, David Osborne, Tim Robbins, Gary Mutdosch, Ken McMinn.
Fifth Row: Larry Moerke, Brian Raub, Rob Rembold, Tristan Marguglio, Doug Loutzenhiser, Tommy
Radish, Dave Perrotti, Thomas Polley, Randolph Painter, Raymond Mowry, Jim Lopochonsky, David
Front Row.' Dan DiSalvo, Chuck Stowe, Ed Schang, Michael Tribley, John Williams, Peter Traynor
Chuck Zarecky, Bill Sorber, Joyce Thompson, Betty Swogger, Grace Tribley. Second Row.' Vickie
Stephanie, Jamie Smith, Karen Wade, Janet Zuschlag, Millie Simmons, Sandra Taylor, Michael Anders
Paul Walker, James Tumpak, Ray Rodemoyer, Dan Meeker. Third Row.' Shelley Stewart, Jody
Trumble, Dawn Starry, Pam Wolford, Pat Speir, Audrey Whiteside, Debbie Smith, Debbie Snodgrass
Anne Thompson, Mary Lee Talbot, Leslie Stitt. Fourth Row: Chad Sankey, Barb Wilson, Pat Shafer
Bob Zuschlag, Dale Walberg, Greg Wilson, George Wasser, Tom Sigler, David Williamson, Earl Thomp
son, Don Conover. Fifth Row: Frank Consiglio, John Welch, John Shafer, Donald Suntheimer, Tim
Scullin, Denny Swartz, Dave Zuschlag, Charles Salkin, Charley White, Paul Wetzel, Ben Beil, Larry
TIES OF FRIENDSHIP .
Sonia Montesinos from Lima,
Peru, spent three months with
Kathy Dixon. She plans to study
law at the Catholic University of
Lima. Among her interests are
psychology and art.
Kathy Dixon and Sue Magargee
were our exchange students in
Armenia and Bogota, both in Col-
ombia, South America.
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Hugo Matalia, a track enthusiast, is a native of
Chacabuco, Argentina. During his one-year stay he
will live with three families. Upon returning home
he will go to Buenos Aires to study aeronautical
Sue Magargee's South American 'fsisterf' Am-
paro Moreno, comes from Sincelejo, Colombia.
The promise of international friendship is revealed in the congenial attitudes of both
our own and foreign students. The Student Exchange is a major step forward in
promoting understanding between nations.
An active girl, she rates skiing as her favorite
sport. Amparo's future plans include the study
of medicine at Javeriana University in Colombia.
Our class adviser, Mr. Bartholomew, looks over
candy sale records with Vice President Steve
Moyer, President Tom Ryan, Treasurer Jerry Bren-
neman, and Secretary Debbie Adkins.
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Turtles sell quickly . . . Does your class ring fit? . . . "Get Smart" is a
success under the direction of Mrs. Miller . . . Play features comedy and
Secret Agent 86 . . . Junior poets have works published in Anthology of
High School Poetry . . . Delinquent prom decorators led by Mr. Bartholo-
mew stage water balloon battle . . . Tests, tests, tests . . . One year to go.
The hams. Our Princess. B211't,S B1'O21dS-
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Neptune's Realm . . . Finished product of many long hours of planning
and decorating . . . An aquatic theme . . . Mermaid surrounded by sunken
treasure . . . Beautiful pink shell as background for pictures . . . Lively
band and captivating hypnotist entertain at swinging after-prom party.
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Van Lee and his orchestra.
Neptunffs Realm- The belle of the ball. Sitting one out.
The senior class officers, Jerry Brenneman-Pres
ident, Clarence Coonficld-Vice President, Debbie
Adkins-Secretary, and Shirley Curtin-Treasurer, 3
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sale a success-prizes are cute rat finks . . . Working in the concession-
coke and hot dogs . . . Humor in "Arsenic and Old Lace" . . .' College
Boards again . . . The Christmas Dance . . . Waiting for letters of accept-
ance . . . Making tentative plans . . . Graduation!
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SHOOPY and Friends- "Things go better with Coke."
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Excitement and spirits mount . . . Thursday . . . Pep assembly . . .
Cheerleaders impersonate Homecoming Queens of yesteryear . . . Mr. Scott
presents football to Nancy . . . Friday night . . . The Queen is crowned . . .
Band adds to festivities . . . Trojans triumph over Colonels . . . Sat-
urday . . . The regal dance . . . Queen Nancy reigns . . . Decorations with a
Trojan flair . . . Homecoming is a success.
On the dance floor.
The royal couple.
The queen and the captains. Would you believe?
The president and royalty.
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ARSENIC AND OLD LACE-Front Row: Mortimer Brewster, Bob Northrop, Elaine Harper, Linda
Millerg Mr. Gibbs, Greg GraugDr. Einstein, Joe DiFedeg Dead Man, Kim Brazeltong Jonathan Brewster,
Dick Culleng The Rev. Dr. Harper, Bob BrowngAbbey Brewster, Dot Wyatt, Martha Brewster, Linda
Jones. Second Row: Officer Brophy, Dave Hinking Ofjlcer Klein, Dan Solbergg Lieutenant Rooney,
l Mike Dalfonzog Officer 0Y1ara, Paul Arnoldg Teddy Brewster, Jerry Brenneman. Technical Director,
l Mr. Hogang Director, Mrs. Louden.
X The Brewster clan.
ARSENIC AND OLD LACE
Abbey and Martha Brewster set the plot in motion through
their hobby, poisoning lonely men. They were aided in their ven-
tures by nephews, Teddy and Jonathan. A love affair between
Mortimer Brewster and Elaine Harper added much to the plot. As
the play closed, the aunts and Teddy were committed to Happy-
daleg Jonathan, an escaped criminal, was returned to jailg and
Mortimer and Elaine lived happily ever after.
The ugly American, The dirty dozen. Teddy and friends.
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"All right, you guys!"
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Almost finished. We take over. A stacked locker.
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SEPTEMBER-School starts in high gear-experiments, problems on the
board, stacks of books . . . and tons of homework . . . Seniors at last-
"It's so hard to be humble" . . . Mr. Breckenridge wonders why all his
graph paper is disappearing . . . In the cafeteria, pleasant atmosphere and
good food . . . Chem II class enjoys roasting marshmallows over Bunsen
burners . . . Remember, remember-we beat Oil City . . . Three cheers for
the concession crew . . . Diane Barber: "I can't talk, I have laryngitisf'
Mr. Gill: "I can't hear you." . . . Mark Fisher and Kathy Urda begin work
on magazine sale . . . Senior English students have become poets-have
you written your Chaucerbury Tales yet? . . . A lost freshman wanders
into Room 231 . . . Steve Moyer: "Right, four-eyes." . . .We shut out
H , Concentration.
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OCTOBER-Mrs. Redmond eats life-savers in English Class . . . Peppermint
Patty, alias Charlie Redzinak, wins Snoopy . . . At Homecoming pep assem-
bly, Jeff Raub poses as mysterious Miss X . . . Jubilant fans celebrate
Homecoming victory . . . Ellen Mechenbier likes tall balloons . . . The
price of cigarettes has gone up five cents . Mr. Volpe: "Why is everyone
wearing green today?" Sam Salkin: "It's St. Patrick's Day in Poland." . . .
In Spacemobile program, inhaling helium turned the speaker's voice to
that of Donald Duck . . . Thirty seniors are now accepted at colleges of
NOVEMBER-New wing is dedicated in grand style-student guides are
lost as they lead parents around the school . . . Troian staff in paper hats
sell a record number of yearbooks . . , Mr. Breckenridge: "During my life-
time l've seen three solar eclipsesg they occur once every fifty yearsf' . . .
Everyone in the locker room after the Reynolds game gets a shower and
Mr. Scott loses his hat-first undefeated season in fifty years . . . Guess
who got a write-in vote for District Attorney in the Current Affairs Club
mock election . . . F.T.A. pancake breakfast for faculty-would you be-
lieve six o'clock in the morning . . . A certain senior is seen wearing a suspi-
A11 Wet. "Arsenic and Old Lace."
Night owls. Dress rehearsal.
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Fairy Godmothers. China doll.
ciously familiar hat . . . Hal Harrison guides us "Beyond the Shimmering
Mountain" . . . "Arsenic and Old Lace" is successfully staged by the sen-
iors . . . Eighth graders relive Pilgrims' Landing at our Thanksgiving assem-
bly . . . Mr. Snyder and Mr. Ballock receive autographed footballs and red
ties from the team.
DECEMBER-Patty Dart asks Mr. Volpe to play Pere Noel . . . Tom Spar-
go, as he is caught eating a fireball in English class: "I have a swollen
toothf' . . . Judy Logan represents GHS at State Band . . . Did you know
Jack Lovesky's draft classification is l-A? . . . Everyone's dying of thirst-
the water fountain caps have disappeared , . . The Christmas assembly is
presented by the speech class and the choir . . . Seniors, with the help of
Santa Claus, finally schedule the Joyeux Noel Ball . . . Vacation . . . Tro-
jan matmen triumph at Christmas Wrestling Tournament.
JANUARY-Vacation over . . . Mrs. Louden is culturally enriched by her
students' term papers . . . Time out to visit colleges . . . Good grief! Semes-
ter tests! . . . Mr. Marantis locks himself out of his room . . . First period
physics class takes top prize for door decorations during loyalty week,
proving they have a lot of "sole" . . . Beware, Hugo Matalia's a winner at
Buy a Troian.
Food for thought.
Flurry of activity.
"Hey, four eyes! "
National Merit finalists.
Our representatives to District Chorus.
The Christmas spirit.
Twister . . . Paula Spargo: "Oh, Daryl" . . . When Dodie Dunworth was
asked if he was going to MIT: "Are you kidding? Do you know how many
cars I'd have to strip to earn three thousand dollars?" . . . GHS band con-
cert . . . Scott Woods starts a rumor that Mr. Jacobson can speak English
. . . Linda Knapp: "I've just been accepted at Muskingum." Bruce McKay:
"What is it, a university or a reservation?" . . . Jim Hodge and Sue Barr
make top scores on the College Boards-Mr. Speigle now owes them steak
dinners . . . Troy Times resumes publication.
In shock. Mr. Eight-Hundred!
The roaring crowd.
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Twisted Janet. Mike at the mike. The scientists and Charlie.
FEBRUARY-In assembly-"The Challenge of the Soviets" . . . Jeff Raub
hasjust been named the unofficial spokesman for the senior class . . .F.B.I.
wants all those who are interested . . . Mrs. Miller and Mrs. McQueen send
anonymous valentines . . . Ed Garbarino holds the first "open house" of
the year-he just can't wait . . . District Chorus . . . Mid-year break-no
school . . . Greenville hosts District Band . . . Mr. Kolesar: "Do you
think the government has the right to condemn my house?" Mike Kosnac:
"I don't knowg I've never seen it." . . . Mr. Bumbera is counting the days
too . . . Warning to Janet Wackenhut-remember Pythagoras . . . Keith
Sibley, buying supplies for the NHS tea: "It's better to have more than
Ups and downs. 'lWhat do you mean?" Explaining PHEAA.
t MARCH-Seniors are measured for caps and gowns . . . Skeet Owens is
still trying to beat the bell . . . Teachers' seminar day . . . Trojan thinclads
P f follow the rugged road-Stymie Stevenson practices pole vaulting . . . Stu-
! l dents explore vocations during Career Day . . . An afternoon off to see the
Thiel Players in "Peer Gynt" . . . Mr. Tony Gauer presents a terrific assem-
V . tl bly . . . Football team has a chicken pie supper . . . Junior class play, "The
f-Ah,h,h,h!v Cat and the Canary" . . . The Evaluation Committee has arrived-three
days of surveillance . . . College Boards have sneaked up on us again.
APRIL-"LOOP LIRPA"-Rick Travis: "What language is that in?" , . .
A vu Trojan golfers hit the greens . . . Easter vacation . . . King and Queen of
'ff Sports Dance . . . As Roberta Whiteside entered class late, Mrs. Redmond:
"Where is your slip?" Roberta: "I've got it on!" . . .Jim McElree titles his
report card: "Laugh of the Month" . . . Sign on the board to Mr. Jordan:
"To Sir with Love" . . . Announcements and name cards arrive . . . Track
and golf teams hope for sunny skies . . . All-Sports Banquet.
MAY-With lack of concentration and with high expectations, seniors
await the final day . . . The annual Spring Concert is presented by the
combined efforts of the choir and orchestra . . . Students exhibit their
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Over the bar! Five of a kind.
"Here we come!" Spfing fever.
Finished! Remember when?
creative and artistic talents at the Art and Industrial Arts Show . . . Troian
dedication-the rush to autograph yearbooks . . . Senior Awards Assembly
. . . Seniors breeze their way through final exams-mostly . . .Junior-Sen-
ior Prom . . . Debby Morrison looks chic in her cap and gown fsee page 67D
. . . Vespers . . . Commencement practice . . . Senior farewell party . . .
Open houses . . . Graduation nears . . . Anticipation of the final day . . .'
Commencement . . Diplomas- Alumni we are!
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As we graduate we leave the hallways,
stair towers, and classrooms behind and go
our separate ways, taking with us the mem-
ories and the education on which to build
our individual lives.
PHOTOGRAPHY: LININGER STUDIO, GREENVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA
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