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Mr. Larry C Bosley
Among those who show a sincere interest in the
students at Woodrow Wilson, some have been out
standing in their service to our school. Knowing the
students and being aware of their needs, these peo
ple devote their time and efforts to working with the
Although he has been at Wilson only a short time,
one such person has gained the admiration of both
the faculty and the students. He has directed his
energies toward furthering the education and total
development of our students. His dedication to Wil
son and its ideals is an inspiration to us all.
With confidence in the promise that he holds for
Woodrow Wilson, we respectfully dedicate this, the
1974 Rampages, to our principal, Mr. Larry C.
THROUGH THESE DOORS
CANNOT iThis is iu Certify that
BE has satisfactorily compietch tl]f curriculum as prescribed by this
jt<igh School aud is therefore atuarded this
PASS THE EINEST STUDENTS
m ^rm And A Time
To Be Alone
The Work Goes On .
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Superintendent Jacob E. Dailey, Ed. D.
BOTTOM ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): Mr. George C. Carter, M. William F. Martin (Vice-President), Mrs. Ann Weiser (Secretary), Mr. Thomas C.
Wright (President), Dr. Jacob E. Dailey (Superintendent), Mrs. Martha C. Bell, Marie Mascia. TOP ROW (LEFT TO RIGHT): Mr. Joseph Szafran-
ski, Mrs. Sylvia Cooper, Mr. Walter Rudzinski, Mr. John J. Higgins, Mr. Thomas J. Walsh, Jr.
A sports enthusiast, Mr. Bosley displays an active interest in athletic activities.
Showing Concern for and being acquainted with individual students characterize
Wilson's new principal.
Mr. Larry C. Bosley, Principal
Heading Wilson's new administration, Mr.
Bosley has lent an air of promise to not only
this year but future years at Wilson. He has
already established a reputation for involve
ment and efficient execution of matters
among students and faculty alike.
Mr. Bosley addresses the Fall Sports Banquet.
THE PRINCIPAL'S JOB IS A HUGE TASK REQUIRING AS
SISTANTS IN A VARIETY OF AREAS. AT WILSON WE HAVE
FOUR HARD WORKING AND EXTREMELY CAPABLE MEN
ASSISTING MR. BOSLEY.
Mr. Wise Mr. Opalenick
Assistant to the Principal Assistant to the Principal
student affairs and athletic director
Mr. Larry Grebe
Mr. Tony Scarpiello
Miss Gwen Jones
We call on guidance during the
course of the year to solve our many
problems. They assist us with our
scheduling, S.A.T.'s, career counsel
ing, interpersonal relationships and
many other problems which enter
our daily lives. They are often
abused but always appreciated.
Mr. Marvin Demp Mr. Donald Nasta
Mr. Joseph Woll
Mr. Allan Nelson Mr. Don DePaul
Mr. Robert Hollingsworth
Mrs. Andrea Lamberth
\ ^ Mrs. Ann Lindenmuth
Mr. Barry Dinerman
Mr. Robert Fleck Kathleen Whitty
Armed with exclamation points, our English department stomps
forth bravely to meet the foe. What foe? Why, so we all will talk real
good, that's what foe. Seriously, though, the English staff is constant
ly working to make grammar, composition, and literature a fascinat
ing, adventurous world.
Sharon Young %
Miss Patricia Sellers
Mrs. Dorothy Merganthaler
Mr. Richard Noe
Miss Linda Pellicott
Mr. Fred Lewis
Mr. Bill Cimochowski
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"ONE! TWO! THREE! EOUR! GET THEM THERE
4 M ■' ■ MUSCLES IN SHAPE!", ORDERS THE INSTRUC
TOR. EXERCISING PROVIDES WELCOME (?) RE
LIEF FROM THE TYPICAL CLASSROOM ACTIVI
TIES, AND FOR THIS WE ARE GRATEFUL TO THE
"PHYS. ED." DEPARTMENT.
Mr. John Evans
Mr. Pat Picariello
Mrs. Helen Cantwell
Mr. Edwin Neumann
Mr. Michael Kopcho
Mrs. Pat Salamone
Mr. Richard Hartung
Mr. Edward Sakowski
Mr. John DiRico
Mrs. Ramono Massari
Mr. Louis Acker
Mr. Michael Notartomas
Mr. Howard Kalodner
Mr. Collidge Jones
Mr. Donald Wise
Mr. Wayne Brugger
Mr. Roy Britton
Mr. jonnakoty Wellington
The Mathematics Department introduces the student to a world of
numbers. Such as: 42(14c-(-3 + 4c))-5((27-x-739) + 65syxcd(6tgyh-54x))
9650bcx(7y-0x) - 8(x-x).
If you are to attempt this problem you should have the knowledge this
I department provides. Our Math Dept works hard to keep us confused.
Mrs. Mary Ellen Flynn
Mr. Richard Cohen
Mrs. Linda Hally
Mr. Paul Heinzel
Mr. Richard Riley
Mr, Tom Jones
Mrs. Regina Cesario Mr. Daniel Finley
Mr, Donald Roust
Mrs. Mona jaffe
Mr. Afif Saad
As man continues his search into the unknown, the scientist takes his place
as a leader. With the help of Wilson's science department, perhaps we will feel
the pride of knowing one of our own students as a pioneer in a new adventure.
Mr. Carl Petz
Mr. David MacGowan
Mrs. Madeline Fetter
Miss Elizabeth Hegner
Mr. Gareth Kase
Mr. John Kapral
Mrs. Nancy Johnston
Whether college bound or an
ticipating the world of work after
high school, business training Mr. Edwin Phillips
proves very beneficial. Future of
fice workers and business leaders
)N have their beginning here.
Mrs. Sonja Lengel
Mr. Roberts Baker — Instructor of Spanish and District Coordinator,
Mr. David Munyon — German.
Miss Natalie Schiffman — Spanish
Mrs. Eileen Schein — Spanish and Italian.
Mr. William Hildenbrand
The fine arts of painting, sculpture and music
help us to gain better insights into our world. Al
though frequently sloppy and sometimes off-key,
students who participate in these programs find
themselves in a world of enjoyment.
Mr. William Scoler
Mrs. Mary Mellon
.Classes in woodshop,
printing, and photography
strengthen hobby skills and
give a preview of possible
Through training in the
practical arts of cooking,
sewing, family and consum
er affairs, one not only pre
pares for better homemak
ers, but also for more effi
cient bachelors and
Mr. William Stout
Mr. James Hunter
Mr. Harry Rindgen
Mrs. Ellen Mirbach
Mr. Vlademir Vlassenko Miss Mary Kearns
Mr. Jack Scanlin
Mrs. Betty St. Clair
This year the nurses set a new
record for giving physicals for
Mrs. Regina Molloy — Nurse sports. They also became the
friends of many students when
they sent them home. Just think, if
it wasn't for their hard work you
would have had to take that test
that day. Let's hear it for the
Miss Getz, the Wilson librarian,
helped many of us get a report
done during our stay at Wilson.
She also got many of us through
our down moments with a good,
Mrs. Olga Kurek — Nurse
Miss Anna Louise Getz — Librarian
If you don't know the past, you won't have experi
ence for the future and you'll be lost in the present.
Training Wilson students is the ultimate goal of the
Social Studies Department.
Mr. Leon Davidheiser
Mr. Joseph Henry Mr. Charles Crowther
Mr. Harry Febich
Miss Helene Karafin
Mr. John DiSangro
Mr. Joseph Schein Mr. Stanley Lelinski
Mr. Roy Bowen
Mr. Lloyd Jones
Mr. Carl Grecco
Mr. Joseph Boles
Miss Pam Stimpson Mr. Paul Bujwid
Mrs. Ruth Fair Mr. Jere Gulden
Mrs. Schuster (Aide)
Mrs. Margaret Rumford
Mr. Jack Massiello
Mr. Elwood Barr
In the general field of education, it is said that one's
skills and abilities should be developed to the highest
degree possible whatever those abilities may be. This is in
essence the task of the Department of Special Education.
Mr. Don McKenna
Mr. Harry Gabora
Work Experience provides the students at WILSON
with the opportunity to enter the working world, while
pursuing classroom studies. Students are evaluated on
classroom achievement as well as achievement in their
specific area of work.
Mr. Joseph DeFranco
Mr. George Hopely Wilson's Audio Visual Coordinator
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'I wonder how many drivers get out of
the way when they see this sign?"
Mr. Ronald Arndt
Mrs. Phyllis Krywucki Miss Wendy Brewer
Secretary to Mr. Bosley Secretary to Mr. Ginty
Mrs. Mary Pausti
Secretary to Mr. Ginty,
and Attendance Office
The efficiency of a school often relies on the effi Miss Regina Kearny
Secretary to Mr. Mannion
ciency of its secretaries. These people work behind
the lines keeping WILSON running smoothly and
orderly. They're just Great.