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BACCALAUREATE SERVICE



CLASS OF 196S



DELHAAS HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1965, 6:00 P.M.

Organ Music .................................................................... Air. Robert S. C. Miller
Processional— "Pomp and Ciraimstance” .......................... Sir Edward Elgar

♦Invocation .............................................................Reverend Edward H. Degville
First Baptist Church of Bristol
♦Responsive Reading— Psalm 2 4 ...................... Reverend Edward H. Degville
The earth is the Lord’s, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell
therein.
FOR HE HATH FOUNDED IT UPON THE SEAS, AND ESTABLISHED
IT UPON THE FLOODS.
Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord? or who shall stand in His holy place?
HE THAT HATH CLEAN HANDS, AND A PURE HEART; WHO HATH
NOT LIFTED UP HIS SOUL UNTO VANITY, NOR SWORN DECEIT­
FULLY.
He shall receive the blessing from the Lord, and righteousness from the God
of his salvation.
THIS IS THE GENERATION OF THEM THAT SEEK HIM, THAT SEEK
TH Y FACE, O JACOB, SELAH.
Lift up your heads, O ye gates; and be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors; and the
King of glory shall come in.
W HO IS THIS KING OF GLORY? THE LORD STRONG AND MIGHTY,
THE LORD M IGHTY IN BATTLE.
Lift up your heads, O ye gates; even lift them up, ye everlasting doors; and the
King of glory shall come in.
W HO IS THIS KING OF GLORY? THE LORD OF HOSTS, HE IS THE
KING OF GLORY, SELAH.
♦"G od of Our Fathers"— Warren ................................................. Congregation

1. God of our fathers, 2. Refresh Thy people
whose almighty hand on their toilsome way.
Leads forth in beauty Lead us from night to
all the starry band never ending day;
Of shining words in Fill all our lives with
splendor thro’ the skies, love and grace divine.
Our grateful songs And glory, laud, and
before Thy throne arise. praise be ever Thine.
"Let There Be Peace On Earth”—M iller-]ackson........................ Senior Chorus
Address— "A Living— Or A Life.^” ...........................Rabbi William Fierverker
Congregation Beth El
Prayer ................................................................................ Rabbi William Fierverker

"O God Help In Ages Past”— C ro ft.................................................. Senior Class
♦Benediction...........................................................Reverend William H. Degville

♦Choral Response ................................................................................ Senior Chorus
Recessional

Postlude

*lndicates Congregation will please stand.







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FOREWORD


A torch is a light carried by hand. It is also a source
of enlightenment. We have attempted as this year’s Torch
staff members to be bearers of such a torch. We hope the
light of this book will help you to happily recall the past
and possibly project you into the future. Our victories,
defeats, joys, sorrows, accomplishments, and problems are
displayed in our yearbook. Memories come from the heart
and so we have created this book not only with our hands,
but also with our hearts, so that it may prove to be a warm
sincere presentation. We hope you will find it such and will
treasure it always.

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Working busily on TORCH layouts is Rena Bissonnette,
assistant editor, while A1 Hubbard, editor, shows Rena
what pictures are to be placed on the mat.








































Standing in front of the school are the busy workers of TORCH. The staff mem­
bers are: First Row, left to right: Carla Blevins, Barbara Litten, Francis Patrelle, Linda
Bock, and Joyce Schaffle. Second Row: Dale McKinney, Patricia Lindenmuth, Joe
Quaranta, Sandy Dszewski, and Chet Pizzullo. Members Not Present: Mitch Mclntire,
Rena Bissonnette, A1 Hubbard, Penny Herman, and Gail Atkinson.

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Torch advisor Miss Haaelton who has
been a great help with the TORCH staff.

























Four busy editors of TORCH work
on posters for the basketball game
on Thursday, March 4, 1965. J-ift
to Right: Joe Quaranta, Penny Her­
man, Gail Atkinson, and Fran Pat-
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Three TORCH photographers de­
velop pictures in the dark room for
the yearbook. Left to Right: Richard
Talipsky, Mitch Macintire, and Joe
Quaranta.

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TORCH advisor, Mrs. Harris
will be long remembered for
her many hours of work with
the TORCH Editors.

























Carla, Joyce, Barbara and Pat are
working hard at night on TORCH
with some last minute jobs.





















Here you see A1 and Mark are work­
ing on the Senior pages of the year­
book.

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We the Delhaas class of 1965, with deep pride and affection, dedicate
our yearbook to Mr. Raymond Wodock. He has been a great assistance
and inspiration to all of the students at Delhaas.
Mr. Wodock, you may be assured of our warmest appreciation for
your kindness and devotion.
Your memory will remain with us always.


Senior Class of 1965

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School Board
Faculty
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Guidance
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Student Council CM Center
Mathletes Key Club
Red Cross FTA
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Football Hockey
Basketball Wrestling
Soccer Swimming
Bowling Gymnastics















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Color Guard Dramatics
Majorettes Chess
Cheerleaders Debates
Band Pep Rallies
Varsity Voices Homecoming
















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Mr. Martin, Superintendent of Bristol Township Schools, does a tre­
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Gathered together are those people who comprise the Bristol Township School Board. Seated, left to right: Mr. George Fisher,
Mr. Isaac Ben Ezra, Dr. Martin Rawdin, Margaret Messick, Mrs. Faith Murray, Mrs. Angela Blatt, and Mr. Thomas Walsh. Stand­
ing: Mr. Samuel Glantz, Mr. Newton Parks,Mr.Robert Martin, Mr. Donald McKenna, Mr. Charles McGrath, and Mr. John Hess.










These six gendemen are members of our Bristol Township
School Authority. Left to Right: M x.Edviin Popkin, Soliciter,
Mr. George F. Christie, Mr. Robert M. Hursh, Mr. J. Wil­
liam Rice, Mr. Philip C. Rush, and Mr. George E. Lukens.











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Members of the Last Graduating Class ofDelhaas
High School.
This yearbook will be the source of memories about
some of your most joyous years. Be sure to jot down
in this book some of your impressions and happenings
which are not necessarily part of the story told.
These years that we have worked together have been
good years. I am a better man because of my involve­
ment with your lives in school. Let us never forget
our present fond hopes and desires.
May each of you find success and happiness in your
many years ahead.

Very truly yours,

R. Kenneth Rerce





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To The Members of the Graduating Class of 1965:
Your achievements at Delhaas High School have
been many but your talents have barely been tapped.
Set your goals high and have dreams and ambitions,
then work diligendy for their fulfillment.
My sincere congratulations to our last graduating
class. I regret that we must part so soon but rejoice
in the fact that so many fine young men and young
women are leaving Delhaas to take advantage of the
wonderful opportunity that awaits you in this great
country of ours.

Sincerely,

Joseph J. Ruane
















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ACKER, LOUIS S„ ANTONI, JO H N J. ARNDT, RONALD H.
JR . West Chester State Col­ University of Cincinnatti;
Temple University, B.S., lege, B.S.; Temple Uni­ East Stroudsburg State
M. Ed.; Rutgers Univer­ versity, M.A. College, B.S.; Temple
sity; Franklin and Mar­ Health and Physical Educa­ University
shall College tion, Intramural Director, Driver Education
Matheymtics G olf Coach














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BADNER, JOANN BAIRD, SELMA L. BALDINO, LOUIS F.
r versity, B.S. H a h n i m a n n Hospital St. Joseph’s College,
Pennsylvania State Uni­
B.A.
School of Nursing, West
Science Chester, B.S. English, Drama
School Nurse, Euture Nurses
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BARR, ELWOOD F. BATEMAN, BOWMAN, JOAN H.
Lock Haven State Col­ WILLIAM A. MiUersville State College,
lege, B.S.; Pennsylvania I ndi a na State College, B.S.
State University; Blooms- B.S.; Rider College Mathematia, National Hon­
burg State College Business, Key Club or Society
Special Education





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BRAMBLEY, BROWN, BU D Z IN SK I,
IRW IN L, THOMAS W. LORRAINE J.
U niversity of Pennsyl­ Millersville State College, University of Pennsylvan­
vania, M.A.; Millersville B.S. ia, B.S.
State College Social Studies, Senior Class Science, Girls’ Tennis Team
General Metal, Machine Shop, Advisor
Hi- Y, Radio Club, C. M.
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CELAIKIN, CIOCHON, CLARKE, X
MARILYN A. RUTHANN T. BERNARD L.
University of Miami, B. Western Michigan Uni­ LaSalle College, B.A.;
Ed.; Temple University versity, B.S. Vil la nova University, P
Physical Education, Hockey English M.L.S.
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CZEPUKA ITIS, DARROW, DUDA, CAROL A.
VINCENT J. RO BERT W. I n d i a n a State College,
Bloomsburg State Col­ Wi l ke s College, B.A.; B.S.
Temple University; Mid- M athem atics, Cheerleader
lege, B.S.
Science, Future Teachers o f dlebury College; South­ Coach, Hockey Coach
ern Illinois University
America
German attd English





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EGAN, FAUNCE, JOAN W. FLEISHER, MELVIN
LAWRENCE M. Bloomsburg State Col­ East Stroudsburg State
LaSalle College, B.A. lege, B.S.; Lehigh Uni­ C o l l e g e , B.S.; Temple
E n glish, Public Relations, versity; Trenton State University; Trenton State
Sophomore Oass Advisor College College
Business Special Education





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A GOLDEN, HAGELE, HARRE, JAMES H.

PATRICK J., JR. RICHARD C. Rutgers, A.B.
P lege, B.S. Texas A & M; Washing­ Physics
Bloomsburg State Col­
ton and Jefferson; Indi­
Social Studies ana State College; B.S.;
P Lehigh University, M.A.
Guidance, Senior Class Ad­
visor, National Honor So­
ciety Advisory Committee














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HART, SARA E.
JANET H.
V i r g i n i a State College,
B.A.; Harvard Univer­ Temple University, M. Skidmore College, B.A.;
n sity; Radcliffe College, Ed.; University of Penn­ A m e r i c a n University;
sylvania; Columbia Uni­
Pennsylvania State Uni­
M.A. in Teaching; Tem­
ple University versity versity
English, TORCH Advisor English, High School Ameri­ English, TORCH Advisor
can Red Cross


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HESS, MARJORIE B. HOFFMAN, MARY H. HORVAT,
East Stroudsburg State Marywood College, B.A.; DOLORES L.
College; Trenton State New York University, West Chester State Col­
College M.A. lege, B.S.
Physical Education, Hockey Guidance Science
Coach, Softball Coach, and
Basketball Coach









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INTELISANO, JARMAN, JEN KIN S, JO H N I.
MARY A. RO BERT W. Pea b ody Conservatory;
Indiana University, B.S.; University of Pennsylvan­ Pennsylvania State Uni­ d
Pennsylvania State Uni­ ia, B.A.; Temple Univer­ versity, B.S.
versity, M. Ed. sity, M.Ed. Music, Varsity Voices, Chorus
Health and Physical Educa­ English, FAMA m
tion, Basketball Coach
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JERV IS, WILLIAM JU D D , KOPCHO,
Illinois Institute of Tech­ FRANKLIN W. MICHAEL J.
nology; Cornell Univer­ Temple University, B.S., East Stroudsburg State
sity, C.E. Cornell Uni­ M. Ed. College, B.S.
versity, M. Ed. Business, Debating Team, Science, Basketball Coach,
Mathematia, Chess Team, junior Class Advisor and Football Coach
Mathletes School Store Advisor





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KRAFT, PAUL KUREK, MICHAEL P. LACEK, ANDREW M.
Temple University, B.A. Kutztown State College, Pennsylvania Mi l i tary
English, Theatn Guild, Na­ B.S.; University ofMichi- College, B.S.; Bucknell
tional Thespian Society gan; Duke University University, M.A.
Science English, Bowling Coach




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LANDA, V. DARLINE LELINSKI, LEYDEN, KEVIN R.
Lebanon Valley College, STANLEY J. St. Joseph’s C o l l e g e ,
B.A. MillersviUe State College, B.S.; La Salle College;
U Language Pennsylvania State Uni­ ia; University of Delaware
B.S.; Temple University;
University of Pennsylvan­
versity Language, English
n Social Studies, F o o tb a ll
Coach
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LISELLA, G. R. LONGCOPE, MARCHESANO,
d Bloomsburg State Col­ MillersviUe State College, Hol y Family College,
LINDA M.
BARBARA A.
lege, B.S.; Bucknell Uni­
versity; Knox College; B.S. B.A.
1 University of the South Social Studies, THE TIG­ English, Thespian Society
Mathematics, Football Coach,
Debating
ER'S ROAR,
Wrestling Coach Team
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MC SHEA, JAMES C. MELLON, MARY D. MONTGOMERY,
Bloomsburg State Col­ Philadelphia College of CARL F.
lege, B.S. Art; Kutztown State Col­ Rutgers University, B.S.;
Social Studies lege, B.S., M.S.; Lehigh Trenton Junior College;
University. Trenton State College;
Art, Senior Class Advisor Rider College.
Mathematics, Soccer Coach













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MOORE, MAUREEN A. MURRAY, JO H N J. NELSON, JEAN S.
College Mi s e r i c o r d i a , West Chester State Col­ Pennsylvania State Uni­
B.S. lege, B.S.; Temple Uni­ versity, B.S.; R u t g e r s I
Mathematics, Cheerleader versity, M.A. University, M. Ed.; Uni­
Coach Health and Physical Educa­ versity of Vienna, Uni­ e
tion, Basketball Coach, Base­ versity of Pennsylvania.
ball Coach Home Economics, Sophomore
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NOVAK, BRU N O A. OAKEY, O ’BRIEN,
Bloomsburg State Col­ MARGARET H. KATHRYN P.
lege, B.S.; Pennsylvania Elmira, B.A. Temple University, B.S.;
State Co l l e g e , M. Ed.; English University of Pennsylva­
University of Oklahoma. nia.
Mathematics Guidance, Special Activities
Coordinator






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PACEY, V, ANN PETRILLOCK, PHILLIPS, EDW IN D.
Bloomsburg State Col­ JOSEPH L. Westminster College, B.
lege, B.S. Pennsylvania State Uni­ B.A.; University of Pitts­
Business, Junior Class Ad- versity, B.S., M. Ed. burgh, M. Ed.
Art Business
















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RAKITA, ROTHENBERG, ROYE,
0 University of Rochester, Temple University, B.S., Cheyney State College,
FREDERICK D.
MARTHA N.
GILBERT
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Wood Shop, Football Coach,
Business
Business and Social Studies
Weightlifting Coach and
1 Track Coach
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SAXMAN, BLAIR E. SCHWAB, SN YD ER JOSEPH J.
Bethany Col l e ge, B.S.; BARBARA B. Juilliard School of Music;
Indiana State College Indiana State College, Carnegie I ns t i t ut e of
Science, ScienaClub, Baseball B.S.; Trenton State Col­ Technology, B.F.A., M.
Coach, arui Basketball Coach lege. F.A.; D u q u e s n e Uni­
Home Economics versity; Un i v e r s i t y of
Pittsburgh.
Music, Fiand, Majorettes, and
Color Guard



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STARKEY, STO U T, WILLIAM S. TAFT, RO BERT J.
GEORGE P. University of Pennsyl­ Scranton University, B.S.
MOlersville State Col­ vania, B.S.; Temple Uni­ Social Studies, Track Coach
lege, B.S.; Temple Uni­ versity; Millersville State
versity, M. Ed. College; Trenton State
English, World History, and College, M.A.
Sociology, Faculty Manager Graphic Arts, Drafting, Ad­
o f Athletics visor o f Photography







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TH U SS, JU D IT H VARANI, EDINO A.D. WEBER, ALBERT L. E
West Chester State Col­ LaSal l e College, B.A.; Bloomsburg State Col­
lege, B.S. C a t h o l i c University of lege, B.S.; Rider College.
Social Studies, Freshman America; Temple Univer­ Business, Swimming Coach, d
Class Advisor sity; Bucknell University; Baseball Coach
Villanova University, M.A.
French, Italian, and English, u
Delhaas Forum o f the Air, Stu­
dent Couruil Advisor, and As­
sistant Director o f Dmmatics.
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W O D O CK, WEEKS, CAROL A.
RAYMOND F. University of Pennsylvan­
West Chester State Col­ ia, B.S.
lege, B.S.; Temple Uni­ Language
versity
Health and Physical Educa­
tion, Wrestling Coach





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Our TORCH cameras catch Miss Zosh
as she cheerfully answers the phone.










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Mrs. Stavitz works industriously at her desk. It’s all in a day’s work! Mrs. VanSciver adds
something to the Guidance Bulletin Board.





























Mrs. Shaw, busy at her desk, looks up as we snap
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Always helpful and always friendly Mrs. O ’Brien
looks up from her work and poses for our camera-






























Guidance is this man’s job, and it is really a job. Mrs. Shegda, our secretarial librarian, is always
Here we see Mr. Hagele working his way through busy and works very hard. She deserves a great
a typical day at D.H .S. deal of credit.




























Here is our school librarian Mr. Clarke. He does Mr. Hagele is talking to Mitch McIntyre and Joe
a tremendous job as a librarian and also as a Quaranta about college exams. This is very im­
senior advisor. portant in a senior year.

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This is our devoted cafeteria stafi. Left to Right: Leona Fork, Agnes Zimmerman, Blanche Neveras, Mary
Ritter, Verna Krysak, Mary Fontaine, Anna Breece, Manager, Florence Birch, and Mildred Dougherty who was
absent due to illness.


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Our custodians Pat and Smitty have done an excellent job this
year. They also pitch-in as bus drivers when needed.











Our three "hard working” janitors George Shegda, Frank
DeStefano, head custodian, and Roland "Smitty” Smith, pose
for a picture.


These four women are the ones who keep our rooms clean.
From Left: Hannah Melnich, Rose Lubericki, Yolanda Brescia,
and Josephine Bono.


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ABRAMS, BARBARA CAROL ADAMS, ANNIE ELIZABETH AKER, TAMAR ELAINE
Business "Barbara” Technical "Annie” Business "Tammy”
Secretary. Tiger Frolics 10,11,12; F ut ur e Secretary
"Believe in yourself and others will also." Nurses Club 11,12; Senior Break­ ' 'The future is what you make it. "
fast 11; Hockey 10,11; Softball 10,
11; Nurse.
"Pull o f life arui lively remarks."






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ALBEE, PAUL
Academic "G inger”
Football JV 10; Football V 12;
Baseball 10,11,12; Tiger Frolics 11,
12; Basketball 10,11. Chemist or
Physicist.
"He marks - not that you won or lost
- but how you played the game. ”



























ALBRIGH T, JOSEPH DENNIS ANCHARSKI, ANGELLILLI,
Academic "Pepe” EUGENE GEORGE ANTONETTE MARIE
Baseball 1 l,12;TigerPow-W ow 12; Academic "Gene” General "Toni’
Ram Roast 12; Student Council 12; FTA 10,11,12; Treasurer of FTA Nurse
Key Club 12; Basketball 12; Senior 12; Class Representative 10,11,12; "Merrily merrily shall I live now. "
Class 12; Honor S o c i e t y corre­ Chrysanthemum Committee 11;
sponding secretary 12. College Senior Breakfast 11; Prom Com­
Liberal Arts. mittee 10; FAMA 12. Spanish Teach-
"A merry heart goes all the day. ’'
"Quietness and friendliness make a fine
fellow. ”
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A TKIN SO N , GAIL MARION AUFSCHLAG, AUGUSTINE, JOSEPH JO H N
Academic "G ail” GEORGE JOSEPH Technical "Aug”
Hockey 10; Swimming 10; School Gymnastics 10,11,12.
Store; T o r c h 10,12; Band 11; General "George” "Every man excels in something. "
Printer
Senior Breakfast 11; Glass Repre­
"The only way to have a friertd is to be
sentative 10,11,12; Student Gouncil one."
10,11,12; Tiger Frolics 10,11,12;
Prom Committee 12; Varsity Voices
12; FTA; Mock Eleaion 12. Pho­
tographer.
"G(xi loveth a cheerful giver. "

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AUNGST, LEROY WILLIAM
Academic "H onk”
Basketball 10,11,12; Intramural
Basketball 10,12; Intramural Foot­
ball 10. Forestry or Ornamental
Agriculture.
"A time to keep silent and a time to
speak. ”


























AYERS, GEORGE EDWARD BACHMAN, GERALD MARTIN BAESHER, JOSEPH JO H N
Business "George’ General "J.B .” General "Joe’
Elearidan. Beaudcian Accountant
"He knows his own path. " "Every man has his own thoughts and "He may look quiet, hut look again. ’
feelings."






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BAILEY, SHARON RUTH BALL, CHERYL EILEEN BARTZ, WANDA LEE
Business "Sharon” Academic "Cheryl” Technical "Wanda”
Basketball 10; Student Council 10, Future Nurses 10,11,12; Tower 1 2; Softball 10; Tiger Frolics 11,12;
11,12; National Honor Society 11, Washington Trip Committee 12. Student Council 11. Chemist.
12; Tiger Frolics 10,11,12; Torch. "What we have to leam to do we learn "A light hewt lives long. "
Secretary. by doing. "
"It matters not how long we live, but
how."





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BATCHLETT, SANDRA JO Y
Business "Sandy”
Tiger Frolics. Secretary.
"Small and sweet, cute aruipetite. "



























BAUGH, DONALD JEROME BECK, DALE EDWARD BECKMAN, SANDRA LEE
Academic "D on’ Academic "Dale” General "Sandy”
Teacher National Honor Society; National Tiger Frolics 10,11; Prom Com­
"Friends are bom not made. " Thespian Society; Theater Guild; mittee 11. Beautician.
Chorus, Varsity Voices 10,11,12; "It seems to me the lasting joys are bom
Student Council 10,11; Tiger Pow o f simple things."
Wow 1 2; Curriculum Materials Cen­
ter; WDHS 10,11,12; Band 10,11;
Prom Committee 11,12; S e n i o r
Breakfast; Class Representative 11,
1 2. Engineering.
"Every man hath his proper marmers. ”
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BEESE, AUDREY VIVAN BEITZ, JOSEPH MICHEAL BELLERBY, EILEEN
Business "Aud” General "Knute’ Business "Eileen”
Tiger Frolics 10,11,12; Hockey 10, Barber. Basketball 10; Senior Breakfast 11;
11; Basketball 10,11. Secretary. ' 'Laugb and be bappy. " Mock Election 12; Prom Committee
"Not too sober, not too gay, but a true 12; Tiger Frolics 10,11,12; Torch.
girl in every way. Legal Secretary.
"Four be the things I ’d been better with­
out; Love, Curiosity, Freckles, and Doubt. ’’






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BERGMANN, EDWARD
Academic "Ed”
Football 11,12; Captain Football 12;
Basketball 10. Teacher.
"True sp ortsm a n sh ip is a desirable
quality. ”


























BERN O T, AUDREY IRENE BETTS, WAYNE THOMAS BISSON ETTE, RENA DORIS
Technical "Audrey” Academic "Wayne” Business "Rena”
Hockey Manager 10; Student Coun­ Basketball 11; Basketball Captain Cheerleader 10,11,12; Tiger Frolics
cil 11; Tiger Frolics 11; American 12; Tiger Frolics 12; Volleyball 10,11,12; Student Council 10,11,
Red Cross 11. 11, 12. 12; National Honor Society 12; Ram
"Her ways are ways o f pleasantness and "Everyone excels in something." Roast; Tiger Pow-Wow; Torch-As­
all her paths are peace. " sistant Editor in Chief 12; Queen’s
Court 11,12. Secretary.
' 'Her happy heart sings songs o f gladness.''
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BLANTON, JU LIU S EDWIN BLEVINS, CARLA LORRAINE BLUM, THOMAS HENRY
Academic "G egi” Business "Carla” Business "Tom ”
Tiger Frolics 10,11; Basketball 10, Senior Class Treasurer 12; ETA 12 Tiger F r o l i c s 10,11,12. Navy
11,12; Volleyball 10,11,12; ETA Tiger Frolics 10,11,12; Fama 12 Career.
12; Tiger Pow-Wow. Torch, Assistant typing editor 12 'A man should he what he seems."
"Good citizenship and helpfulness. ” Tiger Pow-Wow 12; Prom Com­
mittee 1 2. Secretary.
"A quiet manner wins many frieruh."

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BO CK, LINDA JOYCE
Academic "Dnda”
Class President 10,11; Th e a t e r
Guild 10,11,12; Varsity Voices 10,
11,12; National Thespian Society
11,12; National Honor Society 11,
12; Tiger Frolics 10,11,12; Fama
12; As s i s t a n t Literary Editor of
Torch 12; WDHS 12; S t ude nt
Council Representative 10,11; Tiger
Pow-Wow 12; Chairman of Wash­
ington Trip Committee 12; ETA
12; Mock Election 12. Elementary
T eacher.
"To be o f use in the world is the only
way to be happy."


























BO RTZ, JAMES ALLAN BOSCH, ROBERT LEO BRADFORD,
Academic "Jim ” Technical "B oh’ WILLIAM CREELY
Football 10,11,12; Basketball 10, Auto Body Mechanic. Business "B ill”
11,12; Tiger Frolics 10,11,12. Phy­ "A good man and true." Drama 10,12; Golf 11,12; Chorus
sical Education Teacher. 10,11,12; Varsity Voices 12;Break-
"You stand in your own light." &st Committee 11. Business Ad­
ministrator.
"The less men talk, the more they think. "




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BRANCH, GLENN ALLEN BRANNON, RUTH BREECE, ROBERT KENNETH
Academic "Glenn” Business "Ruthie” Business "B oh”
Wresding 11; Football 12; Tiger Tiger Frolics 12. Secretary. Swimming Ma na g e r 10,11,12;
Frolics 11,12; T o r c h 12; Prom "Friendly to talk to; nice to know." Band 10,11,12; Band Council 12;
Committee 11. Magazine Photogra­ Fama 12; Tiger Frolics 11,1 2; Busi­
pher. ness Administration.
' 'I believe in work and the good things o f "Silence is one o f the great arts o f conver­
life. ” sation. ”
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BR IG H T, DIANE MARY
Business "Diane”
"Time has not, and will not change her. "


























BRIGHTM AN , JO SEPH MARK BRITLAND, BROWN, MARK ELLIOTT
Academic-Tech " J.B .” RONALD GEORGE Academic "H ere”
Golf 10; Chess Captain 10,11,12; Tecdmical "Rubbin’ Key Club 10,11,12; Class Repre-
Fama 12; Techni-Call News Editor Architea. senutive 10,11,12; Torch Business
11,12; Future Engineer’s Society, "Your life is uhat you make it. " Editor 12; Tiger Frolics 10,11,12;
President 11,12. Military Engineer. Soccer 10; Basketball Manager 10;
"Merit is worthier than fame. ’’ Tennis 10,11,12; Prom Committee
11,12; Senior Breakfast 11; Student
Council 12; Intramural Basketball
12; Homecoming Committee 12.
Lawyer or Psychologist.
"Always leave things a little better than
you found them. ” 33

BRUSIUS, BUCHMAN, GEORGINE HOPE BUDINAS, JOSEPH
WILLIAM CHRISTIAN Business "Georgine” Technical "J.B .”
General "Brutis’ Secretary of Class 10,11; Student Student Council Tech; Tiger Frolics
Tiger Frolics 11. Council 12; Senior Class Repre­ 11.
"I will be a man among men. ” sentative; Senior Breakfast 11. Secre­ "Slow and steady wins the raa. "
tary.
"The girl we like fo r what she is. ”







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BU RKE, CHRISTINE ALICE
Technical "Chris”
Tiger Frolics 10,11,12; Prom 10;
Senior Breakfast 11. Commercial
Artist.
"Andgood luck go with thee. "


























BUSHNELL, WAYNE CAL VAN I, CAROL LOU CAPIROSE,
Technical "Sparky” Academic "Carol” GEORGE ANTHONY
Track 12. Machinist. Prom Committee 11,12. English General "George”
"Humor is his laugh. " Teacher. Tiger Frolics 10,11.
"Always ready to do something different. " "Quietness and friendliness make a fine
fellow ."





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CASMIRRI, JOAN RITA CHRIST, PHILIP STEWART CHUSID, PHILIP EUGENE
Business "Joan” Academic "Phil” Academic "Chuke”
Senior Breakfast 11; Tiger Frolics Sophomore Prom 10; Weight Lift­ Band 10,11,1 2. Marine Biologist.
10,11,12; Washington Trip Com­ ing 11; Track 12; Student Council "Silent men are wise men. "
mittee. Cadilac Beauty School. 12; Tiger Frolics 10,11,12. In­
"A sweet kind o f grace. ” dustrial Engineer.
"He abides in calmness. ”






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CLARK, KATHLEEN JOYCE
Business "Kathy”
Softball 10,12; Basketball 11,12;
Hockey 12. Secretary.
"A smile to all she meets. ”



























CLAUSEN, VIRG IN IA LEE COLELLO, JO H N JOSEPH CORDISCO, ROSEANNE
Academic "G inni” General "Johnnie’ Academic "Rose”
Dramatics Cl ub 11,12; Future Marines. Torch 12; Tiger Frolics 12; Prom
Nurse Club 11,12; Tower 11,12; ' Anything fo r a quiet life." Committee 11. Teacher.
Senior Breakfast 11; Tiger Pow- "Speech is great but silence is greater."
Wow 12; Class RepresenUtive 12;
Chorus 11. Nurse.
"A good heart is worth gold. "


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CO RD ISCO , VINCENT BRUCE COULTER, PETER WILLIAM CREIGHTON, JAMES BOYD
Academic "Vince” Academic "Pete” Academic "Jim ”
Tiger Erolics 10; Wrestling 11; Tiger Frolics 10,11,12. Electrical Football 10,11; Basketball 11; Con­
Fama 1 2. Biochemist or Biology Engineer. cert Band 10,11,12; Marching Band
Teacher. "The lion is not as fierce as they paint 12; Torch 12; Dance Band 10,11.
' 'He knows his own path. him. " Automotive Stylist.
"Even the short man will come up to
expectations."














CROSSLEY, WILLIAM JOSEPH
Technical "B ill”
National Honor Society 11,12; Stu­
dent Council 10; Bye Bye Birdie 10;
Varsity Voices 11,12; Track 12;
Intramural Basketball 12; Technical
Art Staff 1 2. Art Teacher.
"A good natured person is never out o f
place."



























CUBBAGE, RONALD CUTTLE, JO H N FREDERICK DAGER, D W IG H T RUSSELL
Academic "R on” Technical "John” Technical "Dwight”
Gymnastics 11; Tiger Frolics 10, "Still water mns deep. " Track 10,11,12; Wrestling 10; Soc­
12; Fama 11. Electronics. , cer 11.
T
"Full o f joke and jest. " ' he stronger always succeeds. ”





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DALTON, JO H N DARR, ANNETTE PATRICIA DEBOLD, NANCY CAROLINE
Technical "John” General "Mouse” Technical "Nancy”
"The days that make us happy make us Tiger Frolics 11,12; Senior Break­ Tiger Frolics 11,12; Student Coun­
wise." fast 11. Beautician. cil-Tech 12; National Honor So­
"A quiet but delicate charm. " ciety 12. Architect.
"Cheerfulness is an offshoot o f goodness. "

















DEITRICH,
KENNETH JOSEPH
Academic "K en”
Fama 10,11,12; FTA 11; Creative
Writing Award 11; National Honor
Society 12; Tiger Frolics 11. Span­
ish Teacher.
"An upright judge and a learnedjudge. "


























DEMKO, JULIA ANN DEVINE, DAVID JO H N D IBB S, LEONARD ANDREW
Business "Jules” Technical "Dave” Business "Reds”
Office Worker. Wrestiing 10. Tiger Frolics 10,11,12. Certified
"It’s easier to suppress the first desire "His thoughts and his conduct are his Fkiblic Accountant.
than to satisfy all that follows it. ” "Known to few but his friends."






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D ITTY , JO H N DOMOWICH, JOYCE DONAGHY,
Technical "John’ Business "Joyce” GREGORY GEORGE
Electrician. Tower 10. Secretary. Technical "G reg”
"As you live, so shall your strength be.' "It is more blessed to give than to re­ Beauty Culture Teacher.
ceive. " "One may not have much to give, but
gives uhat he has. ”






















DONOHUE, RALPH JOSEPH
Academic "Ralph”
"No one knows what he can do till he
tries."


























DORAN, EDWARD JOSEPH DRANSFIELD, JAMES OWEN DRIES, NANCY
General "Ed” Business "Jim ” Business "Nancy’
Tiger Frolics 11; Intramurals 11, Business Administration. Secretary.
12. "Once a gentleman, always a gentleman." "She alivays has a tale to tell. ”
"Everyone excels in something."






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DUFFY, JO H N ALLEN DUGAN, ROBERT EARL D U H N O SKI, PATRICIA ANN
Technical "Jack” Academic "B ob ” Academic "Pat”
Track 11,12; Tiger Frolics 10,11, Bowling 10,11,12; Baseball 10,11, Tennis 10,11,12; FNA 12;FTA12;
12; Intramural Basketball 12. Com­ 12; Eootball 10. Manager. Torch 12; Class Representative 12.
mercial Artist. "As the twig is bent so grows the oak. ” Elementary Teacher.
"It matters not what men assume to be, ’ 'Conversation is the vent o f character as
but what they art. ” well as o f thought. ”














ELLIOTT,
FRANCES DELORIOS
Business "Dody”
Basketball 10,11,12, Treasurer 10,
Secretary 11; Homecoming Dance
12; Student Council 10,11. Biology
Major.
"Her quiet manner radiates charm, wins
her marry friends. ”


























ELLIOTT, PAUL JO H N FARLEY, LOIS GAIL FEDDER, DENNIS WAYNE
Business "Paul’ Business "Lo” Business
"Without a care I went my merry way. ’ Basketball Manager 11; Prom Com­ Bookkeeper.
mittee 12; Library Aid 12. Air Force "It matters not where we live, but how
Nurse. we live."
"Experience is a hard teacher. She tests
first and teaches afterwards. "



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FEDIW , MICHAEL JO H N FERGUSON, FIELDS, RONALD JOSEPH
General "Mike” KATHLEEN ELIZABETH General "Mouse’
Tiger Frolics 10,11,12. Electrician. Business "Kathy” "Silence is the unbearable repartee. "
"Wisdom is ever a blessing; education is Tower 10,11,12; Tiger Frolics 10,
sometimes a curse." 11,12; W a s h i n g t o n Trip Com­
mittee. Secretary.
"As the rolling stone gathers no moss, so
the roving heart gathers no affections. ”





















FIRCE, PETER STANLEY
Technical "Pete’
"The less men think the more they talk. ’



























FISCHER, CAROL LYNN FISHER, LINDA FRANCES FISHER, RICHARD DENNIS
Academic "Carol” Academic "Dnda” Academic "Ricky”
Varsity Cheerleader 10,11,12; Stu­ Class Representative 10,11,12; Stu­ WDHS 10,11,12; Chorus 10; FTA
dent Council 10,11,12; Class Repre­ dent Council 11,12; Hockey 10; 10,11; Senior Breakfast Committee
sentative 10,11; Recording Secretary Basketball 10; Tiger Frolics 10,11, 11; Torch 12; Fama 12; R a d i o
of Senior Qass; FTA 12; Tiger Fro­ 12; Prom Committee 10; Prom 12; Forum 11; Class Representative 11,
lics 10,11,12; Washington Trip Torch; FTA 12; Senior Breakfast 12; Student Council 10. French
Committee. Elementary Education. 11. Teacher. T eacher.
"A light heart lives long. " "Revealing a warm and friendly person­ "The tme, strong and sound mind is the
ality. " mind that can embrace equally great things
and small. ”
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FITZGERALD, CAROL LOUISE FOERST, LAWRENCE ROBERT
Technical "Irish” General "Larry” FORTUNA, MICHAEL JOSEPH
Tiger Frolics 10,11,12. Hair Stylist. Business "Mike”
’ 'Her wit and charm entrances all. ’ ’ Commercial Artist. Certified Public Accountant.
"Never give advia unless asked. ’’ Let us eat arui dnnk fo r tomorrow, we
shall die. ’’








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FOSTER, JU D IT H CATHERINE
General "Judy”
Tiger Frolics 11. Artist.
"All experiena is an arch to build upon. ”


























FO UN DS, LINDA JEANNE FOX, BARBARA ANN FOX, GEORGE EDWARD
Academic "Dnda” Technical "Foxie” General "Foxy’
Cheerleading 10,11,12; FNA 10, Technical Student Council Presi­ "A carefree life so fu ll o f joy. ”
11,12; Student Council 11,12; Class dent 10; Fama 10,11,12; National
Cabinet 10,11; Tiger Frolics 10,12; Honor Society 11,12; Tiger Frolics
Homecoming C o m m i t t e e 12; 10,11,12; Student Council 10,11,
Queen’s C o u r t 12; Washington 12; Techni-CaU 12.
Trip Committee 12. Nurse. "A picture is a poem without words. ”
"Kindness gives birth to kindness. ”


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FRAZIER, HAZEL LORRAINE FRAZIER, ROBERT LOUIS FREED, JOHN
Business "Hazel” Technical "B o b ’ Technical "John’
Tiger F r o l i c s 10,12; Torch 12; Football 11; Track 10. Navy. Football 11; Track 10. Navy.
Prom Committee 10,11. Banker. "Known to few but his friends. " "So little done; so much to do. "
"Be slow In choosing a friend, slower in
changing, ”







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FURNESS, KATHLEEN WOOD
Academic "Kathy”
National Honor Society 11,12; Re­
cording Secretary 12; Torch 12; Stu­
dent Council 10,11; Class Repre­
sentative 10,11,12; Senior Breakfast
Co-Chairman 11; Tiger Pow-Wow
12; Washington Trip Committee
12; Mathletes 12. Mathematical
career in Industry.
"Quietness and friendliness make a fine
girl."


























FURSA, ALEXANDER JO H N GERHART, CAROL ANN GESUALDI,
Technical "Alex’ Academic "Carol” ANTHONY JOSEPH
Track 11. Col or guard 12; Washington Trip Academic "Tony”
"A quiet manner makes many friends. ’ Committee; Secretary 12; Honor Soccer 10,11,12; Basketball 10,11;
Society 12; Prom Committee 12; Track 11,12; Tiger Frolics 10,11,
Tiger Frolics 12. 12. Science Teacher.
"Her good nature carries a charm. " "A man tvho makes use o f all his talents. ”





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G ITTIN S, BARBARA JAYNE GOSLIN, LINDA LOUISE GOUGE, RICHARD ALLEN
Academic "Barb” Academic "Linda” Academic "Rich”
Tiger Frolics 10; "Arsenic and Old Dramatic Club 10,11,12; Tower 11, Class Representative 11,12; Senior
Lace” 11; Red Cross Council 10, 12; National Honor Society 11,12; Breakfast; Ti ger Frolics 10,12.
11; Fama 10,12; Future Nurses 11. Torch 12; Senior Breakfast; Class Businessman.
Fashion Designer. Representative 11,12; Tiger Pow- "Tis merry when gentle folks meet. "
"Gaiety is the sunshine o f the mtnd. ” Wow 12. Teacher.
' 'In quietness and confidence shall be your
strength."




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GRAHAM, NANCY CAROL
Business "Nancy”
Tiger Frolics 10,11,1 2; Washing­
ton Trip Committee 12; Home­
coming Committee 12; Drum Ma­
jorette 11,12. Secretary.
' 'A warm smile may show affection to so
many. "



























GRANDA, GRIFFITH, JAMES DELBERT GRIEEITH, KA.THLEEN
PATRICIA ANNE THERESE Technical "GriS” Business "Kathy”
Business "Trich” Machinist. Tower 12; Torch 12; Library Aid
Fama 11, Typing Editor 12; Torch "We must laugh before we are happy, for 10,11,12; Tiger Frolics 10,11,12;
1 2; Basketball 10; Tiger Frolics 10, fear toe die before we laugh at all." Future Nurses 12. I.B.M. Key­
11; Tower 11,12; Homecoming punch Operator.
Committee 1 2; Prom Committee 12; "Gentleness succeeds better than violence."
Join Air Force or Navy.
"Silence is the perfect hearld o f joy. "

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GRINNAN, DANIEL ROY GRZSKOVISH, HAINES,
General "D an” CH RISTINE EVELYN ROSEMARY RUTELANNE
Electronics Engineer. General "Chris” Business "Rose”
"A little nonsense now and then is relished Tiger Frolics 11,12; Swimming 12. Tiger Frolics 10,11,12. Secretary.
by die wisest men. " "Better late than never. " "Good things come in small packages."















HALPERIN, DAVID
Academic "Dave”
Fama 10,11,12; Chess Team 10,11,
12; Debating Team 11,12; National
Honor Society 11,12; Democratic
Party Chairman for Mock Election
12; Voice of Democracy Contest 11;
Winner, National Scholastic Contest
11,12. Writer.
"Talent alone cannot make a writer. There
must he a man behind the book."


























ElARRIGAN, WILLIAM HARVEY, WILLIAM HENRY HAUBER, JAMES THOMAS
Technical "Bill’ Academic "B ill” Technical "Jim ”
"Energy andpersistana conquer all things. ’ Football Co-captain 10,11,12; Tiger "He that is cautious will accomplish
Frolics 11,12; Prom Committee 11, mudi. ’’
12. Military Career.
"Life is a series o f surprises, and would
not be worth taking or keeping i f it were
not."




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HAWORTH, WILLIAM HARRY HEBERT, LOUISE FAYE HEIGHT, GLORIA JEAN
General "B ill” Academic "Louise” Business "Angel”
"Happiness is the best thing in the world. ” ETA 11,12; Tower 11,12; Bye Bye Class Officer 10; Tiger Frolics 10,
Birdie 10; Class Representative 11, 11; Basketball 10; Senior Breakfast
12; Chorus 11,12; Varsity Voices 11. Detective.
12; Senior Breakfast 11; Chrys­ "She td)o brings sunshine into the life o f
anthemum Committee 11; Tiger another has sunshine o f her own. ’’
Frolics 12; National Honor Society
12. Medical Technologist.
' 'Her winning smile is sure to achieve her
aims. ”


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HEELINGS,
CHERYL ELIZABETH
Business "Cheryl”
Secretary.
"Ee a friend to thyself and others will
be so too. ”



























HENNING, WILLIAM W. HERMAN, HERSHEY, RICHARD WILLIAM
General "BiU’ ESTHER CHARLOTTE Academic "H ersh”
"An ounce o f daring adds spice to life.' Academic "Penny” Track 10,11,12; Band 10,11,12;
Majorettes 10,11, Captain 12; FTA FTA 11; C h o r u s 10,11; Tiger
11, Secretary 12; Torch, Assistant Frolics 12. Navy.
Art Editor 12; Prom Committee 10; "Ability is a good man's wealth. "
Student Council 10,11,12; National
Honor Society 11,12; Class Repre­
sentative 10,11; Senior Breakfast 11;
Washington Trip Committee 12.
Secondary Teacher, Mathematics. 45
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HESTON, DENNIS MICHAEL HESTON, JOSEPH JAMES HEW ITT, SANDRA LEE
General "Dennis” General "Joe’ General "Sandy”
Tiger Frolics 10,11,12. Navy. Carpenter. Tiger’s Roar 12. Work.
"Life is id)at you make it. " "He always has a tale to tell." "Good company and good discourse are
the very sinews o f virtue. ”








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H IBBS, MARGARET GARR
Academic "G ar”
Prom 10; Tiger Pow-Wow 12;
Hockey 11,12; Torch 12; Class
Representative; P r o m Committee
12; Future Nurses 10,12; Tiger
Frolics 12. Nurse.
"Let your speed] always he with grace."



























HINMAN, LINDA JUNE HOBBS, JOE DAVE H O BBS, ROSE LYNN
Technical "Linda” Technical "Joe’ Academic "Lynn”
Tiger Frolics 10,ll,12;Techni-Call "Without a care L went my merry way. ’ Tennis 10,11,12; Future Nurses 11,
12. Dental Assistant. 12; Torch 12; B a n d 10,11,12;
"Let your smile be your own umbrella. " Tower 12; Washington Trip Com­
mittee 12. Registered Nurse.
"All succeeds with people udso are sweet
and cheerful."




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