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annandale 

high 

school 

annandale, 

Virginia 


volume xii 


brian robert price, 
editor-in-chief 


INTRODUCTION 


In this book, 

we hope you will find the essence of 
Annandale High School. 

We cannot recreate the last-period lethargy, 
the perspiring tension of athletics, 
the indescribable mood of Prom night, 
but we hope this book 

will help to remind you of the many moods of 
Annandale High School. 

—the Antenna Staff 
1966 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 


Student Life 

12 

Academics 

36 

Seniors 

58 

Organizations 

106 

Athletics 

146 

Underclassmen 

185 

Ads 

236 

Index 

243 


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a word, a tune, a story, a line 

keys in the wind unlock my mind 

and grant my closet thoughts back yard air 

—Bob Dylan 



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The Time 

There is a time for some things, 

And a time for all things; 

A time for great things 
And a time for small things. 

—Cervantes 



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Brian Price and John Fellows await Mrs. Woodson’s 

decision on a pending S.C.A. matter. A moment of contemplation. 


DEDICATION: 


Watching intently, Mrs. Woodson waits 
for her typing students to conclude a 
timed writing. 




Mrs. Garland Woodson 

For her understanding and help, the sen¬ 
ior class dedicates this 1966 Antenna to Mrs. 
Garland Woodson. Her experiences with a 
teenage daughter of her own and on the stu¬ 
dent council during her own college years 
help her to understand the students around 
her. With these assets, Mrs. Woodson has 
led the S.C.A. and all her students with a 
hand that knows how they think, feel, and 
act. 


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Crepe paper forest, shotgun and marriage license, 

deafening beat of a band ... 

time to relax, 
to have fun. 

Mounting tension ... the finalists are chosen 
and Miss Annandale is announced. 

Laughing faces... 
unable to resist the humor of the Senior play. 
A crescendo of sound, swelling and rising, 
filling the room with beauty... 
Christmas and Easter assemblies. 
Twenty-two kicking, fighting, out-for-blood girls 

chasing a ball on a slippery field, 

intent on victory. 
These things make up the year - 
backbreaking effort behind the scenes; 
beauty, fun, and talent on the surface. 


STUDENT LIFE 13 







Vance Veynar prepares to get his crazy- 
foam football from fellow cheerleader Gary 
Grayson. 



The cheerleaders look anxiously on as the 
girls do battle. 


14 STUDENT LIFE 


POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL 

Under the able leadership of their coach¬ 
es, the Junior and Senior girls met on the 
football field once again for the annual Pow¬ 
der Puff game. Numerous, long after school 
practices (made even more numerous by 
several postponements of the game due to 
bad weather conditions) paid off for the Sen¬ 
iors, who, urged on by their enthusiastic 
cheerleaders, battled their way to a tradi¬ 
tional victory. When all the dust had settled, 
the scoreboard read Seniors 21, Juniors 6. 



The Senior defense digs in to halt an underclass drive. 


Don Hayes, Doug Arthur, Bob Dawson, Jim Root, Dan 
Dobson, and Monte Willis coached the senior girls to 
their traditional victory. 









SADIE HAWKINS 



“Dogpatch, here we come” was the word 
given out by the S. C. A. in reference to the 
Sadie Hawkins Dance. This special dance 
gave all Annandale’s girls the chance they 
wanted—they could ask for a date! Armed 
with a corsage from her own herb garden or 
one purchased from the Keyette Club, An¬ 
nandale’s typical Daisy Mae went to pick up 
her very own Little Abner. To conclude the 
evening Marry’n Sams Ellis, Wade and Albro 
placed the curtain rod rings on the fingers 
of the newly-weds and fired off the shotgun 
to formally conclude the ceremony. 



Mike Pederson shows Barb Scherer he has the fastest bottle in 
the East. 


Mike Albro stares incredulously at Neal Ellis’ jug of “White Lightnin’.” 



The Crypt-Kickers, too, go 
Dogpatch. 










MAGAZINE DRIVE 



Bruce Elliot, chairman of the Mag Drive, sits astride 
the Honda everyone hoped to win. 



The Seniors invest their hard earned cash in finan¬ 
cially sound periodicals, as evidenced here. 


“Come on, please buy a mag. I gotta sell 
my seven dollar quota to win the Honda.” 
This must have been what Annandale’s stu¬ 
dents did this year; they went over the $10, 
000 goal. Surprisingly enough, the senior 
class pushed itself and sold its quota for the 
first time in years, and, by doing this, outsold 
the hustling Class of 1968. Bruce Elliot, the 
Mag Drive Chairman, found that the extra 
$1,500 for the general activities fund more 
than made up for his strenuous efforts and 
those of his fine staff. 


Steve Oliver checks out comely Greg Brock in that 
riotous assembly. 



16 STUDENT LIFE 









TALENT SHOW 



Debbie Tilton walks her invisible tight¬ 
rope. 



Prize winners Allan Clark, Sonja Newland and Barb Mayhall 
sing “Summer Song” while Pat Sari is lost between her two 
taller friends. 


On the seventeenth of November the Tal¬ 
ent Show finalists were introduced to the stu¬ 
dent body by Jim Carter, Master of Ceremo¬ 
nies. Three judges, Mr. Henretty, Mrs. Driess 
and Malcolm Groome, selected the winners. 
The dance category was won by Donna Bray, 
and Ken Watson headed the instrumental 
field with an original piano composition. For 
top honors in the singing division there was a 
tie between Allan Clark and Marge Gillikin 
and the group composed of Sonja Newland, 
Barbara Mayhall, and Pati Sari. A special cat¬ 
egory was won by Susan Sowers. The win¬ 
ners in each category received a check 
drawn from the twenty-five cent admission 
price. 


Peter Pan, alias Carol Daughn, gives a lively impression of Never-Never 
Land. 



STUDENT LIFE 17 



HOMECOMING 



Some people were just dying to get to 
the Homecoming Dance. 



Pat Marusak typifies the high Atom spirits. 


Mr. Buckley congratulates Homecoming Queen Sandy 
Cook. 




18 STUDENT LIFE 





“Beat Stuart” rang the halls of A.H.S. as 
our number one rated team prepared for the 
Homecoming game against J.E.B. Stuart. 
This hectic week left little time for studies 
since each class had to prove that it had the 
most spirit, each club had to prove it could 
make the best float, and the senior boys had 
to venture to the Stuart Raiders’ lair to hang 
posters and signs! The pep rally put the Atom 
supporters in the mood to give the team the 
moral support it needed and deserved. 

The half-time festivities were even bright¬ 
er with the scoreboard shining in Annan- 
dale’s favor. After the floats had passed by, 
Sandy Cook, the 1965 Homecoming Queen, 
was presented along with her court from the 
Miss Annandale Contest and a representa¬ 
tive of each class who was selected by the 
football teams. As the band and the floats 
moved off the field, the mighty Atoms re¬ 
turned to make the Homecoming game the 
best part of the week. 

All enjoyed the S.C.A. and Pep Club-spon¬ 
sored Homecoming Dance on the following 
night where the Homecoming Queen and her 
court were again presented. As the weekend 
drew to a close, Annandale prepared to re¬ 
sume a normal life after a pleasingly different 
and rewarding week. 



The Keyettes’ stork is expecting a victory. 


The half-time festivities are concluded as the Homecoming Queen and her court prepare to 
leave. 



STUDENT LIFE 19 



YOU CAN’T TAKE 
IT WITH YOU 



Mike Albro gives his thanks to the prompter. 


You Can’t Take It With You , presented by 
the senior class and the Drama Department, 
was a grand success. This comedy, set in 
New York in the mid-thirties, starred Kathy 
Green and Curt Sayblack as the parents of 
the happy-go-lucky Sycamore family. The 
romance between Debbie Twardy and Jeff 
Davidson was almost ruined when his par¬ 
ents, John Fellows and Sharon Schoolar, ob¬ 
served the family in their various eccentric 
pursuits of happiness. But Grandpa Pat Cas¬ 
sidy convinced John that there is more to 
life than stocks and bonds, and saved the en¬ 
gagement. 



I’m twice the man you are! 



“Personally I think Raid works best,” Curt 
Sayblack advises Mike Albro. 


I don’t know, but we must be doing something right. 









The start of a memorable week—Mr. Buckley and 

Mrs. Woodson greet Mr. Eddie Herb. Visiting tennis players pose for a picture! 



TENNIS PLAYERS 


January 10th brought sixty tennis players 
from thirty-four nations to Annandale. Under 
the sponsorship of the People to People 
Sports Committee, these boys used our 
school as their home base for a three day 
tour of Washington. Included in their stay 
were a reception, a Keyette-sponsored din¬ 
ner, a dance, a wrestling match and a private 
party on the eve of their departure. These 
young men left behind not only sad Annan¬ 
dale girls, but much good will for their re¬ 
spective nations. 



Students and faculty alike bid the visitors a fond 
farewell. 



















1966 Sweetheart Court: Jan Hamill, Junior Representative; Debbie Hepler, Freshman Represen¬ 
tative; Terry Grange, Queen; Linda LaMantia, Senior Representative; and Jean Schexnailder, Soph¬ 
omore Representative. 


John Fellows is caught in the unexpected activity 
of eating his stapler while decorating for the dance. 



SWEETHEART DANCE 


After many hours of preparation, the 
scene was set for the annual Sweetheart 
Dance. The Plague, with shoulder-length hair, 
appeared, getting the dance off to a brisk 
start. Dances later, the Sweetheart Court was 
presented, and then the evening ended — 
much too early for most. Everyone enjoyed 
the dance, but the Key Club appreciated it 
most, for, despite their extensive expendi¬ 
tures, the evening proved highly profitable. 


22 STUDENT LIFE 



Neither nosy cameras, nor bright lights, nor a jittery 
audience dulled the intellect of Annandale’s scholars. 


IT’S ACADEMIC 


“Let’s introduce the Annandale team: John 
Fellows, captain Pete Balas, and Elaine Ten¬ 
nant,’’ Mac McGary of WRC-TV started off the 
1966 session of It’s Academic. Mac was a 
little flustered because he had to start late— 
they had lost the NBC color peacock and 
couldn’t start on time! Until the grab-bag 
period came, Wheaton and Holy Name Aca¬ 
demy were ahead. But in the closing 
moments Annandale captured the lead and 
won the game. 

On February nineteenth, Pete, John, and 
Elaine had a chance to advance Annandale 
in the second round. But the opposition 
proved too strong and our team of scholars 
went down to defeat. 


A torrent of admirers rushed to congratulate the 
team on its first win. 



Mac McGary asked the questions, and Mr. Fisher 
helped keep score, while John Fellows, Pete Balas, 
and Elaine Tennant represented Annandale. 


















“Where does she get all her energy?” 


Surfing Snoopy exhibits the Sophomore symbol of 
success: SPAGHETTI! 




What fiendish ideas lurk in the minds of Steve 
and Jeff? 


SPAGHETTI 

DINNER-DANCE 

Guitar music, soft candlelight, an Italian 
garden, checkered tablecloths, and cos¬ 
tumed waiters all helped to make up the au¬ 
thentic atmosphere that dominated the scene 
at the Sophomore Spaghetti Dinner. An out¬ 
standing success, the dinner was a tribute to 
the ability of the Sophomore class to work 
effectively to present a project which was 
entertaining as well as profitable. 

Satisfied with Mama Galasso’s Italian 
spaghetti, the customers proceeded to a 
dance with the music provided by the New 
Del-Phonics. 


24 STUDENT LIFE 


















S.C.A. ELECTIONS 



March ushered in the S.C.A. elections as 
the student body began to take sides and 
choose its favorite candidates. The campaign 
speeches were made and, on the following 
Wednesday, each student cast his vote. Fi¬ 
nally, after six long hours, the election re¬ 
turns were in! Malcolm Groome, Pat Cassidy, 
Wende Sylvester, and Judy Paschall had all 
secured offices in the coming year’s Student 
Cooperative Association. 


Malcolm sometimes wondered if all the campaign gim¬ 
micks made any difference. 


Another office-seeker is introduced by Terry Burgler, 
S.C.A. president. 


Pat Cassidy delivers his campaign speech to an at¬ 
tentive audience. 










The receiving line awaits the Senior Class Officers. 


THE 

SENIOR 

PROM 


Randy Blythe takes advantage of the band’s 
fine entertainment. 


“Where are you going for dinner?” 
Blackie’s, 823, Sirloin and Saddle. “Who’s 
doing your hair?” Charles of the Ritz, Vincent 
et Vincent. “Boutonniere11 forgot his Bouton¬ 
niereI” “Sam, you made the pants too long.” 

The Senior Prom, the most lavish and 
most anticipated dance of the year, was held 
in the Persian Room of the Marriott Motor 
Hotel on Friday, April 29. 

“Only two hours to get my hair done! It 
takes all day!” “White orchids, purple or¬ 
chids, pink orchids . . .” 

“Ocean City! Are you kidding?” “Foley! Put 
your blanket on!” 


26 STUDENT LIFE 





The faculty shows Annandale’s students the newest vogue in dancing. 



Our foreign exchange student, Bilge 
Candemir, enjoys the prom too. 



STUDENT LIFE 27 






Sandy Smith, a former Miss Annandale, and Richard De Gaskins models a suit from L. Franks. 

Kimsey introduce the many contestants. 


Rushing to congratulate the winner, the contestants momentarily betray 
their anxiety. 



28 STUDENT LIFE 
















MISS ANNANDALE 
CONTEST 


The eventful evening began as each of 
the forty-eight contestants was presented 
with the knowledge that soon one of them 
would be the new Miss Annandale High 
School. While the judges interviewed the girls 
back-stage, the audience enjoyed the fashion 
show in the vivid “Back to Paradise” setting. 
After three hours, the decision was made, 
and lovely Marilyn Horton was crowned Miss 
Annandale. 


The 1966 Miss Annandale court: Mary Fitzgerald, 
Ann Ritchey, Marilyn Horton, Carol Snider, and Bon¬ 
nie Milner. 


The new Miss Annandale—Marilyn Horton. 









JUNIOR 

JOLLIES 



Beware all fugitives from the law; Batman Finch is here! 


Although the Junior Jollies was a one 
night stand, it was a highly successful 
variety show. The Go-Go Girls had their Nine¬ 
teenth Nervous Breakdown to the musical 
talents of the Villagers, the Fables, and the 
Dropouts. Veteran Bill Rose returned with his 
rendition of a hula and the “Tummies” 
marched over the “Bridge of the River Kwai.” 
Over the bridge we found Annandale’s own 
Mutt and Jeff, alias Cathy Tidball and Anne 
Lawton. Next in cast, Marge Gillikin, assisted 
by Mike Williams and Bill Chambless, sang 
two folk songs. A little jazz, modern dance, 
and then the highlight of the evening, the 
teacher skit. Everyone could tell the intelli¬ 
gence and preparation that went into this 
year’s masterpiece. 


Sing to me, Iliya. 



Hap Ertlschweiger and Margie Yep sing a quiet 
ballad. 








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The tempting cuisine of the Orient is savored 
by the prom-goers. 


PROM 


Sophomores Rick Clark and Gina Foley serve 
the juniors in the Latin American corner. 



“The Four Corners of the World” was the 
theme of this year’s Junior Prom. Palm trees 
and pineapples filled the Polynesian corner, 
Spanish guitars decorated the Latin Ameri¬ 
can area, the Eiffel Tower symbolized Eu¬ 
rope, and Japanese lanterns and dragons 
brightened the Oriental section. Dressed 
in appropriate costumes, the sophomores 
served refreshments while the “Bedford Set” 
provided music. 



Class President Bob Ellis and his date Barbara Hamilton 
pose with Pete Checkovich and Carole Popp in the 
Polynesian section. 


STUDENT LIFE 31 







SPECIAL RECOGNITION 



Neal Ellis was elected Governor of Boys’ State 
in July. As Governor, he met Lieutenant Governor 
Mills Godwin, two representatives, and a senator. 
Neal is the first of Annandale’s delegates to be 
elected to such a high office. 


Besides attending Boys’ State at the 
College of William and Mary, John Fel¬ 
lows achieved the honor of being one of 
the two Virginia delegates to Boys’ Nation 
held at College Park, University of Mary¬ 
land. John made it two in a row for An- 
nandale delegates at Boys’ Nation; Dave 
Spaulding attended in 1964. 


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Ann Paschall, Kathy Kearney, Sue Covell, 
and Pat Marusak (not pictured) represented 
Annandale at Girls’ State. The convention 
consisted of sports, elections, mock govern¬ 
ments, and speeches, all intended to famil¬ 
iarize its delegates with their state govern¬ 
ment. 


At the College of William and Mary in 
June, these boys, Brian Price, Chris Kohn, 
Terry Burgler, John Fellows, and Mike 
Wakefield (not pictured) represented An¬ 
nandale at Boys’ State. They participated 
in mock elections, ran their own govern¬ 
ment, and heard well-qualified speakers 
give them insight into the workings of their 
state government. Chris Kohn was elected 
to the office of Chief Justice, and other 
officers are shown on the opposite page. 



STUDENT LIFE 33 




SPECIAL 

RECOGNITION 



Skip Startzel won the Virginia State 
Wrestling Championship in the 95 lb. di¬ 
vision at the State Wrestling tourney held 
at W & L High School. 



Elaine Tennant, sponsored by the Annandale 
Chamber of Commerce, spent her summer in 
Austria as part of the Experiment in Interna¬ 
tional Living. Living with an Austrian family 
part of the summer, she also visited Germany, 
Holland, Belgium, and Amsterdam. 


34 STUDENT LIFE 







As every student at Annandale 
will surely remember for many 
years, 1966 was the year the Atoms 
won the state football champion¬ 
ship, in a play-off against Granby 
High School in Richmond. 


Jack Gilden: National Football Hall of 
Fame; All State 1A; All Met; All North¬ 
ern Virginia; All District. 

Don Greeley: All American; All South; 
All State 1A; All Met; All Northern Vir¬ 
ginia; All District. 
















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The secret formula for Annandale’s success is: 

faculty + effort = achievement. 

Those so-called tyrants, 
our teachers, 
are the controlling factor 
in making AHS the school it is. 
Not forgotten is their tireless effort 
in coaching our teams, 
sponsoring our clubs, and 
lending their support to our efforts. 

Thank you, teachers, 
for all your help. 


ACADEMICS 37 


MR. BUCKLEY 


Mr. Ralph Buckley’s job as Principal con¬ 
tinues after school, on week-ends, and 
throughout the summer, when all thoughts of 
school are banished from the minds of the 
student body. Coordinating the many activi¬ 
ties of Annandale High, attending meetings, 
and keeping the faculty, student body, and 
administration informed on each other’s ac¬ 
tivities almost fill his hours; however, more 
light-hearted activities such as the crowning 
of the Homecoming Queen do occur, giving 
Mr. Buckley a chance to practice one of his 
favorite hobbies, photography. For his warm 
friendship, loyalty, and indefatigable service, 
the student body thanks Mr. Buckley. 




38 ACADEMICS 







MR. FINCH 


Despite the fact that his job includes 
the unpleasant task of disciplining stu¬ 
dents, Mr. Finch still is one of the most 
popular and respected administrators at 
Annandale. His day begins before dawn, 
and frequently, due to the many after¬ 
school activities, ends long after dark. A 
student can find a no more honest, hard¬ 
working friend than Mr. Finch. The stu¬ 
dent body expresses its sincerest ap¬ 
preciation to Mr. Finch for his consistent 
service. 



ACADEMICS 39 





MR. DAVIS 



Two years as the Assistant Principal for 
Instruction included not only the supervision 
of teachers, texts, and substitutes, but the 
creation of many warm friendships and sev¬ 
eral mock wars with the Antenna Staffs and 
S.C.A. However, next year we will not hear 
the sound of Mr. Davis’ laughter or enjoy 
his wit, because he will be at McLean, where 
we wish him great success. 


COL. CLARKE 


Transition has marked the past two years 
for Col. Clarke. Giving up two-thirds of his 
teaching schedule last year, he took charge 
of the new IBM machines. This year he re¬ 
linquished his two classes and control of the 
machine room to assume a position in the 
office as an administrative aide. The student 
body is very grateful for the persistent service 
of Col. Clarke. 



40 ACADEMICS 





Mrs. Watson’s tireless efforts in the front office are filled 
with many tasks including, checking students in and out. 



As school nurse, Miss Monn helps to stave 
off the diseases that invade Annandale. 


Mrs. Fairchild keeps Annandale mechanized through her 
work in the IBM room. 




Mrs. Bartlett’s energy is used in full this 
year as she helps to organize the business 
side of A.H.S. 



Being too busy with their move to the new li¬ 
brary, librarians Mrs. Ashenhurst and Mrs. Smith 
are reluctant to have their picture taken. 


Keeping Annandale’s financial books balanced is 
the job of Mrs. Simmons, the Finance Director. 


















First row: Mrs. Lory. Second row: Mr. Canonica, Mrs. Randa, Mrs. Sample, 
Mr. Jones, Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Battaglia. 


Guidance Secretaries Mrs. Weill and Mrs. Rademaker 
enjoy collecting money for senior transcripts. 

GUIDANCE 

“Please sign in,” the signs ask you; you 
have entered the complicated world of the 
guidance department. Here a freshman finds 
advice on adjusting to high school, juniors 
and seniors prepare for their future by choos¬ 
ing the right courses, and baffled college- 
bound seniors are comforted as the college 
catalogs are translated for them. Even more 
difficult is the department’s task of calming 
and counselling parents, teachers, and stu¬ 
dents in “personality clashes,” and motivat- 
ing“under-achievers.”ln this small quiet suite 
of offices, each student can find a wealth of 
advice, information, and encouragement. 



42 ACADEMICS 












Annandale High School students, the fac¬ 
ulty, and the business community will suf¬ 
fer a loss as the result of the decision of Mrs. 
Beatrice Frutchey to retire from the field of 
teaching in June, 1966. She has been a great 
asset to Annandale the past twelve years in 
her dual role as head of the Business Depart¬ 
ment and as Vocational Office Training Co¬ 
ordinator, giving her students a solid founda¬ 
tion for successful careers as members of 
the business world and as active citizens of 
the community. Faculty members will remem¬ 
ber her for her friendly cooperation, and will¬ 
ingness to help in time of need. 

The students and the faculty join in wish¬ 
ing her much happiness in the years to come. 


FACULTY 

RECOGNITION 


As the year draws to a close, the Atoms 
are crushed to learn that Mr. Henry, coach of 
the number one team in Virginia, is leaving 
us. His familiar shirtsleeved figure pacing the 
sidelines will be gone next year, taking with 
it many fond memories of victories brought 
about by his superb leadership. Not to be 
ignored is the title “Coach of the Year,” be¬ 
stowed on him at the end of the 1965 season 
as a result of his winning team. Mr. Henry, 
AHS will miss you in the years to come, but 
congratulations and good luck on your new 
job as Assistant Coach at VMM 


ACADEMICS 43 















Jr. and Sr. English: First row: Miss Carter, Miss Aspinall, Mr. Odom; Second row: Mr. Fisher, Miss Lisi, Mrs. 
Kintner; Third row: Mrs. Ames. 


ENGLISH 


Term papers, sentence diagrams, and 
Shakespeare again haunted English stu¬ 
dents. Through Greek mythology, and Poe’s 
short stories, from vocabulary to Hawthorne’s 
scarlet A, students struggled to become lit¬ 
erary. Juniors were initiated to the dilemma 
of meeting a term paper deadline, hoping 
teachers wouldn’t check on the feigned dates 
and page numbers. Late into the night, sen¬ 
iors tried to memorize the speeches of in¬ 
sane characters from Shakespeare’s trage¬ 
dies. While the journalism classes kept the 
student body enlightened on the school news 
with the faithful publication of the A-Blast, 
drama students tried becoming actors and 
actresses with some noted success. And En- 
lish teachers completed another year of 
teaching English, good manners, character, 
and common sense. 

44 ACADEMICS 


A choo-choo was the center of attention at the Miss 
Aspinall-Mr. Henretty Christmas party. A good time 
was had by all. 








Mr. Fisher calculates, “Two hours of homework Miss Roper attacks a stack of homework from her 

Wednesday, three hours Thursday, and I can reading classes, 

grade it Saturday morning ...” 


Freshman and Sophomore English: First row: Mrs. Preston, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. White, Mrs. Miller; Second row: 
Mr. Bolding, Mr. Noll. 



ACADEMICS 45 
























First row: Miss Strickland; Mrs. Dyess; Mrs. Cassedy; Mrs. Ramay; Miss Stidley. Second row: Mr. Walton; Mr. 
Farris; Mrs. Trussell; Col. Boleyn; Mrs. Posey; Col. Abell; Miss Robinson. 


MATH 

Bewildered math students barely gradu¬ 
ated from finding x when they lost it again in 
a maze of congruent triangles and alternate 
interior angles, hyperbolic paraboloids and 
icosododecahedrons. Then they were baffled 
by how loci go around square corners in 
curves and thoroughly discouraged with the 
discovery that 2 x 2 = 1, as long as it’s mod 
3. Some functions classes learned to gam¬ 
ble and win, and senior analysis students got 
a lesson in cannibal strategy. Once upon a 
time, there was a man who was captured by 
two cannibals, and he was given the choice 
between two doors; one led to freedom and 
the other to the cooking pot. The man was 
allowed one question. One native always 
told the truth and the other always lied. How 
did he get free? Only Mrs. Ramay knows! 


By the use of hand signals Miss Stidley helps her 
students imagine a figure in geometry. 



46 ACADEMICS 














Mr. Ailstock amuses his gaunt friend, feeding him 
from a flask. 



Mr. Keller pauses to decide whether he should drink 
his potent solution. 


SCIENCE 


Amid bloody dissecting tools and overflow¬ 
ing test tubes, the science department ex¬ 
plored the laws and strange phenomena of 
the universe. Everything was fine until the 
frog some biology student had just sliced 
open suddenly came alive, or the teachers 
gave standardized tests. In their new labs, 
physics students spilled a few gallons of 
water as they diligently watched waves in 
the ripple tanks, and chem study classes 
made hairy wires that looked like animals out 
of copper and silver nitrate. This year earth 
science was added to the curriculum of mod¬ 
ern sciences. Ah, Science — the wonderful 
world of question marks! 


First row: Mr. Ailstock, Mr. Bugin, Mrs. Wood. Second row: Mr. Gill Mr. Keller, Mr. Heinz, Mr. Figgers. 











SOCIAL 

STUDIES 



First row: Mr. Dorminey, Mrs. Mitchell, Mr. Van Sant, Mr. Hig¬ 
gins. Second row: Mr. Costello, Mr. Porter. 


Coups, undeclared wars, and ambiguous 
foreign policies all complicated the task, but 
the social studies department once again 
managed to enlighten its students on the 
state of the world. In World Geography other 
countries and their people were brought into 
focus, and in World History an understand¬ 


ing of the past’s relevance to the present and 
future was attempted. In U. S.-Virginia His¬ 
tory, U.S.-Virginia Government, economics, 
and sociology, juniors and seniors concen¬ 
trated on understanding their own country 
and, hopefully, emerged well prepared for 
participation in its government. 


Captain Breitenberg, Mr. Parnell, Mrs. Ross, Mr. Henretty, Mr. Bartlett. 



48 ACADEMICS 







BUSINESS 



Business: Standing: Mr. Good, Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. Woodson, Miss Wilson. Seated: Mrs. 
Frutchey. 


The rhythmic pounding of typewriters 
echoed down the hall as students typed 
manuscripts and improved their timed writ¬ 
ings. Others studied business law or pre¬ 
pared for Civil Service exams in shorthand. 
On-the-job training was offered to D.E. and 
V.O.T. students, as teachers strove to pre¬ 
pare their classes for the world of time sched¬ 
ules and job interviews. 


“I’ll bet you.” 




ACADEMICS 49 











First row: Miss Stephanz, Mrs. Morrell, Mrs. Tannous, Miss Mack. Second row: Mrs. 
McDowell, Mr. Mastbrook, Mrs. Worrell, Cmdr. Buckley, Mrs. Little. 


LANGUAGE 


Quiet, alert concentration filled the at¬ 
mosphere as a roomful of language students 
attempted to decipher the ALM listening test. 
After the first two years, the students turned 
to written translation, having mastered pro¬ 
nunciation and the art of thinking in a foreign 
language. Roxane Swartz, Jan Gulledge, and 
Linda Albright, to the envy of all, plan to 
spend the summer practicing their Spanish 
at the University of Salamanca in Spain. 


50 ACADEMICS 


Miss Doud teaches her classes to add and subtract in 
Spanish. 











After hours of sitting still, keeping quiet, 
writing, and reading, physical education 
classes were understandably ready to re¬ 
lease some of their built-up energy. Boys’ 
classes built up their muscles with football, 
wrestling, basketball, volleyball, and vault¬ 
ing, besides a regular routine of strenuous 
calisthenics. These calisthenics were the 
most fun, though, when the coaches would 
leave for the athletic offices and give the 
guys a chance to risk “goofing-off.” 


Mr. Henry is congratulated by his fondest fan 
club, his family. 


Girls’ P. E. classes became more and 
more interesting as students moved up in 
the grades. Freshmen worked on their hock¬ 
ey, volleyball, and basketball, and improved 
their equilibrium on the balance beam. Dance 
and parallel bars routines were added in the 
sophomore year, but juniors and seniors 
sampled the greatest number of new sports; 
bowling, archery, fencing, tennis, golf, and 
free exercises kept the girls not only healthy 
but enthusiastic. 


PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 


First row: Mrs. Ramey; Mr. Hardage. Second row: 
Miss Moreland; Mr. Coyle. Third row: Miss Buck; Mr. 
Scott. Fourth row: Mrs. Hall; Mr. Smith. Fifth row: 
Miss Peters; Mr. Henry. 


ACADEMICS 51 











INDUSTRIAL 

ARTS 



Mr. Crosier; Mr. Shriver; Mr. Beto. 



Mrs. Chester; Mrs. Hudgins. 


HOME 

ECONOMICS 


Somewhere within a cloud of sawdust 
and a deafening racket of power saws and 
crashing hammers, shop classes learned the 
art of do-it-yourself carpentry. In a calmer 
atmosphere, mechanical drawing classes 
played with T-squares and drew blue prints 
while electronics students puzzled over the 
intricacies of various instruments and meters. 
The industrial arts department has met the 
greater demands of the continuous advances 
in technology. 


Ouch! The shriek frequently sounded 
across the home ec rooms as the girls dis¬ 
covered that the stoves were hot or tried to 
sew their fingers in with the hems. They stud¬ 
ied interior decorating and planned the gor¬ 
geous rooms they’ll own; they studied food 
values and vitamins; while learning to make 
their own clothes, they became experts at 
ripping out the seams. Then, in those group 
cooking projects, they reaffirmed that old 
maxim; too many cooks do spoil the stew. 
The home economics department appealed 
to the practical side of life in its goal to 
produce accomplished housewives for the 
future. 


52 ACADEMICS 














Mr. Connell and Mr. Farris, the music mentors of AHS. 


Mrs. Henry and Mr. Roberson pose before a back¬ 
drop of creativity constructed by their art classes. 


MUSIC 

With the serious business of training 
voices and preparing concerts in mind, the 
sounds of music echoed across the locker 
rooms, down the halls, and through the bus¬ 
es. A new choir was added this year, the Ad¬ 
vanced Girls, for upperclassmen who had 
never sung in the chorus. Besides the Spring, 
Fall, and Christmas concerts which the 
chorus and band shared, the chorus traveled 
to New Jersey to entertain another school 
and then to New York to do a little sight¬ 
seeing on the side. When everyone noticed 
lots of little children under foot, he knew 
it was time for the band’s annual Tiny Tots 
Concert. The Atom’s band marched across 
the football fields at half time and performed 
from the stands, and if that wasn’t enough, 
they led victory trains through the school to 
boost the team to victory. 


ART 

With the same routine of gooey paint, ink, 
slimy clay, plaster dust, and clean-up day, 
the art department made it through another 
year. The classrooms were enlarged so there 
would be more room for a bigger mess as 
students merrily and meticulously took their 
frustrations out on paper and canvas. They 
haven’t discovered any Michelangelos or 
Picassos, but they are learning and they sure 
are having fun. 


ACADEMICS 53 











CUSTODIANS 



First row: Corder Shahan, Frank Sites, Vernon Robinson, Eastman Fincham, Richard Edwards. 


CAFETERIA STAFF 



First row: V. Blevins, E. Brown, V. Dean, A. Comely, C. Bickford, D. Stevens, manager; C. Shahan, M. Ayres, 
P. Thompson, L. Lawrence. Second row: C. Brown, M. Harris, B. Campbell, L. Spafford, M. Lacy, E. Darr, 
E. Conrely, L. Martin. 


54 ACADEMICS 






COL. JULIAN D. ABELL has 
taught geometry and algebra 
here for three years. He earn¬ 
ed an A.B., B.S., and an M.S. at 
Indiana U., the U.S. Military 
Academy, and Cornell U. 

MR. RICHARD E. AILSTOCK, in 
his third year of teaching bio¬ 
logy at Annandale, sponsors the 
Biology Club and the Pep Club. 
In any extra time, he enjoys 
reading, swimming, hiking, and 
bridge. He holds a B.S. 

MRS. ELIZABETH AMES has 
survived eleven successful, 
strenuous years of teaching Eng¬ 
lish IV at Annandale. A sponsor 
of the senior class and a mem¬ 
ber of the council of the Na¬ 
tional Senior Honor Society, she 
also finds time for gardening, 
travel, and music. She holds an 
A.B. and M.A. 

MISS BARBARA ASPINALL, who 
earned her B.A. and M.A. at W. 
Va. U., has taught English III 
at Annandale for three years. 
She also sponsors Fall-out, our 
literary magazine. 

MR. WILLIAM BARTLETT, in his 
first year at Annandale, teaches 
government, sponsors the Na¬ 
tional Honor Society, and en¬ 
joys campinq. He holds an A.B. 
from Drury College. 

MRS. MARY BATTAGLIA holds 
a B.A. and an M.A. She is our 
tenth and twelfth grade coun¬ 
selor, and has spent seven years 
in the guidance department and 
two years teaching at Annan¬ 
dale. 

MR. FRANKLIN BETO, who 
holds a B.A., teaches Shop I. 
He enjoys golf and coin col¬ 
lecting, and is our J.V. basket¬ 
ball coach. 

MR. J. WALLACE BOLDING has 
been at Annandale eleven years 
and generously supports his 
school by sponsoring the Junior 
Class, coaching freshman foot¬ 
ball, and managing Coke con¬ 
cessions. He teaches English I 
and earned his B.A. at the Col¬ 
lege of William and Mary. 

COL. JOHN C. BOLEYN, a 
teacher of Algebra I and Math 
II, received his B.S. from the 
U.S. Military Academy. He 
bowls in his spare hours and 
is an amateur organist. 

CAPT. EUGENE BREITENBERG, 
who holds a B.A., an M.S.E. 
and is a candidate for a PH.D., 
teaches U.S. history and gov¬ 
ernment. Golf, fishing, bowling, 
photography, and patriotism are 
among his interests. Capt. 
Breitenberg was also nominated 
for the Legion of Merit. 

MISS KATHERINE J. BUCK, 
another veteran of eleven years 
at Annandale, teaches physical 
education. She holds a B.S., 
coaches basketball and softball, 
and enjoys boating and reading. 


CDR. RUSSELL BUCKLEY is in 
his seventh year of colorfully 
teaching Spanish at Annandale. 
Earning a B.S., he attended the 

U. S. Naval Academy and Ford- 
ham University. He has been 
awarded the Naval Cross from 
Columbia and a Certificate of 
Naval Merit from Cuba. 

MR. WALTER BUGIN, director of 
the science department and an 
instructor in Chem Study, has 
been at Annandale eleven years. 
He has attended W. Va. U., 

V. P.I., and U. Va., earning a 
B.A. and M.A. 

MR. DONALD CANONICA, who 
is in his first year at Annandale, 
is a ninth and eleventh grade 
counselor. He earned B.S. and 
M.S. degrees at the State U. of 
New York where he was a mem¬ 
ber of the soccer team. 


MISS BARBARA SUE CARTER 
teaches English IV and sponsors 
the Debate Club. She earned a 
B.A. at George Washington U. 
and taught at Osbourn H.S. in 
Manassas before coming to An¬ 
nandale in 1964. 

MRS. MARION CASSEDY, spon¬ 
sor of the Keyettes and teacher 
of Algebra II, taught at several 
schools in Mississippi before 
cominq to Annandale ten years 
ago. She has an A.B. degree 
and has studied at Gulf Park 
College, U. Va., and U. of South¬ 
ern Miss. 

MRS. SYLVIA CHESTER, in her 
first year at Annandale, holds a 
B.S.H.E. and an M. Ed. from U. 
N.C. She sponsors the F.H.A. 
and enjoys sewing and music. 

MR. HAROLD CONNELL, Annan- 
dale’s choir director, holds a 
B.A. and M.A. and has com¬ 
pleted his residence for a Ph. 
D. at N.Y.U. He has taught here 
for seven years and spends his 
spare time with his family and 
church activities. 

MR. GEORGE COSTELLO, who 
has taught here for ten years, 
holds a B.A. in history and has 
studied at Shepherd College 
and U. Va. His hobbies are ten¬ 
nis and reading. 

MR. JAMES COYLE, who holds 
an A.B., taught at Greenwood 
H.S. before coming to Annan¬ 
dale three years ago. He teaches 
physical education, directs ath¬ 
letics at A.H.S., and enjoys 
hunting and fishing. 

MR. RUSSELL CROSIER holds 
a B.S. and has attended W. Va. 
Tech, V.P.I., and U. Va. A 
teacher of electronics, he has 
been at Annandale for seven 
years and spends his extra 
time fishing, hunting, bowling, 
and playing golf. 


FACULTY 


INDEX 


MRS. CAROL DEMCAK, sponsor 
of the French Club, holds a B.A. 
from Madison College and has 
taught French at Annandale for 
two years. She is a member of 
two honorary societies, Kappa 
Delta Pi and Phi Sigma lota. 

MRS. SHIRLEY DIXON attended 
Madison College, earning a B.S. 
in Business Education. She 
teaches typing and shorthand, 
and her hobbies are sewing and 
cooking. 

MR. ROGER DORMINEY, sopho¬ 
more class sponsor, taught in 
Pa. before moving to Annandale 
a year ago to teach geography. 
He has attended Geneva Col¬ 
lege, Slippery Rock State Col¬ 
lege, and the U. of Pittsburgh. 
He holds a B.S. in education. 

MISS JUDITH DOUD, who holds 
a B.A. from Randolph-Macon, 
teaches Spanish and sponsors 
the Spanish Club. Her hobby is 
horses, and she shows a thor¬ 
oughbred hunter in her spare 
time. 

MRS. MARY DYESS, whose in¬ 
terests include reading and 
bowling, holds an A.B. and 
teaches Math and Algebra I. 
Previously she taught at Cen¬ 
tral H.S. in Tennessee and 
Burke Elementary School in Va. 

MRS. BETTY EVANS sponsors 
the National Junior Honor Soc¬ 
iety and teaches English I and 
III. She has a B.A. from Bridge- 
water College and has taught at 
Annandale for eight years. 

MR. JOHN FARRIS, who has 
been the Band Director at A.H.S. 
for nine years, is currently the 
treasurer of the Virginia Band 
and Orchestra Directors Asso¬ 
ciation. He holds a Bachelor’s 
and Master’s degree in music 
and sponsors the Stage Band 
and Majorettes. 

MR. ROBERT FARRIS, whose 
hobbies include gardening and 
traveling, teaches Algebra I. He 
holds a B.S. and M. Ed. and has 
taught here for eight years. 

MR. ROBERT FIGGERS holds an 
A.B. in geology from W&L and a 
M. Ed. from U. Va. He is a mem¬ 
ber of Phi Beta Kappa and has 
taught physics and Earth 
Science at Annandale for two 
years. 

MR. ROY FISHER has colorfully 
interpreted Shakespeare for sen¬ 
iors for twelve years. He holds 
an A.B. and sponsors the Sen¬ 
ior Class. 







MRS. BEATRICE FRUTCHEY, 
who is the Vocational Office 
Training Coordinator and Chair¬ 
man of the business education 
department, has been at Annan- 
dale since its beginning in 1954. 
She holds an A.B. and M.A. 
from Colorado State College, 
and has done graduate work at 
several other colleges. 

MR. EARL GILL, sponsor of the 
Stamp Club and co-sponsor of 
the FTA, has taught physics at 
Annandale for six years. He 
holds a B.S. and M.S. and is a 
member of the Blue Key Honor 
Society. Last year Mr. Gill was 
a sabatical student at Temple 
U., earning his M.S. 

MR. CHARLES GOOD attended 
Madison College, earning a B.S. 
in Business Administration and 
an M.S. in Business Education. 
He teaches typing and has been 
at Annandale for three years. 

MRS. BARBARA GOODMAN, 
English II teacher, earned her 
B.A. at Gettysburg College. She 
came to Annandale two years 
ago after teaching junior high 
in Texas. 

MRS. HILDA HALL, whose hob¬ 
bies are camping and bridge, 
teaches sophomore physical ed¬ 
ucation. She holds a B.S. from 
Longwood College and U. Va. 

MR. ROBERT HARDAGE, a gra¬ 
duate of William and Mary, 
holds a B.S. He has been at An¬ 
nandale for six years teaching 
physical education. 

MR. CHARLES HEINZ, sponsor 
of the Bio-Chemistry Club and 
the Track and Field, holds a 
B.S. and M.S. He teaches biol¬ 
ogy and enjoys hunting, fishing, 
and athletics. 

MR. DON HENRETTY, co-spon¬ 
sor of the Junior Class, has 
taught U.S. History at Annan¬ 
dale for seven years. He holds 
a B.A. from Randolph-Macon 
and has studied at G.W.U. and 
U. Va. 

MRS. ALLIE HENRY came to 
Annandale in 1964 as freshman 
counselor. She earned an A.B. 
and M.A. at Marshall U., an ad¬ 
vanced Professional Certificate 
at G.W.U., and is presently a 
candidate for an Ed. D. 

MRS. SARAH HENRY is a gra¬ 
duate of Madison College where 
she obtained a B.S. in Educa¬ 
tion. She teaches Art I and II, 
sponsors our cheerleaders, and 
pursues knitting, reading, and 
bowling as hobbies. 

MR. ED HENRY, head coach of 
our victorious football team and 
assistant track coach, is a gra¬ 
duate of U. Va. where he earn¬ 
ed a B.S. and a M. Ed. In addi¬ 
tion to coaching, he teaches 
physical education and enjoys 
music. 

MR. JON HIGGINS, sponsor of 
Jr. Civitans, holds a B.A. from 
the U. of Miami. He teaches 
geography and enjoys outdoor 
sports. 



MRS. DOROTHY HUDGINS, 
sponsor of F.H.A., earned a B.S. 
at Radford College. She has 
taught home economics at An¬ 
nandale for six years, and lists 
bridge and bowling as her hob¬ 
bies. 

MRS. PEGGY JARMAN came to 
Annandale one and a half years 
ago to teach biology. She spon¬ 
sors a Tri-Hi-Y and holds a B.S. 
from Madison College. 

MR. COURTNEY JONES, our 
senior counselor, holds a B.A. 
and M. Ed. and is a doctoral 
candidate at U. Va. He has been 
at Annandale for two years. His 
interests are music and bowl¬ 
ing, and he has appeared in 
Who’s Who of American Uni¬ 
versities and Colleges. 

MR. HARRY KELLER, who teach¬ 
es science and biology, attended 
Shepherd College, G.W.U., and 
U. Va., earning an A.B. His hob¬ 
bies include golf, bow hunting, 
and horseshoes. 

MRS. KINTNER, whose inter¬ 
ests include reading, golf, swim¬ 
ming, and skiing, teaches Eng¬ 
lish III. She holds a B.A. and M. 
Ed. and has attended Mt. Union 
College and U. of Pittsburgh. 

MRS. WINIFRED LIKAR has 
been at Annandale since it open¬ 
ed; previously, she taught at 
Mt. Vernon, Falls Church, and 
the Dependent School in Japan. 
She teaches English II and en¬ 
joys travel. 

MRS. CAROL LISI teaches Eng¬ 
lish IV and journalism and also 
sponsors the A-Blast and Quill 
& Scroll. She holds an A.B. in 
English and has attended Wil¬ 
liam and Mary and Indiana U. 

MRS. ROSE LITTLE, sponsor of 
the Latin Club, Russian Club, 
and Junior Classical League in 
the D.C. area, teaches Latin 
and Russian. She is the reci¬ 
pient of several invitations to 
language committees and study 
groups and fills her time with re¬ 
search, reading, travel, hiking, 
and interior decorating. 

MRS. SARAH LORY, a certified 
psychologist, is in her eleventh 
year as Director of Guidance. 
She has earned a B.A. and M.A. 
and has appeared in Who’s Who 
of American Women. 

MISS CAROLYN MACK, a stu¬ 
dent teacher from G.W.U. last 
year, teaches Spanish full time 
this year. Knitting and co-spon¬ 
sorship of the Spanish Club oc¬ 
cupy much of her time. 

MRS. CALLIE JO McDOWELL 
sponsors the F.T.A. and Spanish 
Honor Society besides energeti¬ 
cally teaching Spanish. Attend¬ 
ing Longwood College and U. 
Va., she has earned a B.A. and 
an M. Ed. 



56 ACADEMICS 










MRS. EVELYN MILLER enriches 
her English II and Latin classes 
with stories of her European tra¬ 
vel and a broad knowledge of 
languages and classical Greek 
and Roman culture. Co-sponsor 
of the Latin Club, she enjoys 
gardening, travel (Norway and 
Italy are favorites), and reading. 

MRS. ELIZABETH MITCHELL re¬ 
ceived her B.A. from the U. of 
Minnesota. Chairman of the so¬ 
cial studies department, she 
teaches geography and is often 
seen rushing off to a tennis 
match after school. 

MISS JANE MORELAND, whose 
interests are art, music, and out¬ 
door sports, teaches physical 
education and coaches girls’ 
varsity softball and basketball. 
She received her B.S. from Mad¬ 
ison College and is working on 
her M.S. at William and Mary. 

MISS JANET MORIE, who re¬ 
ceived her A.B. from Douglass 
College, teaches English I and 
III. Her hobbies are many, in¬ 
cluding chess, piano, choral 
singing, French cooking, tennis, 
and swimming. 

MRS. EVELYN MORRELL spon¬ 
sors the French Honor Society 
and teaches French III and IV. 
She has studied at Utah State 
U. and the U. of California at 
Berkeley, receiving her B.S. 

teaching physical education at 
Annandale. He has taught at 
MR. DONALD NOLL, holder of 
a B.S. from Bloomburg State 
College, is in his first year of 
New York and New Jersey high 
schools and is our assistant 
football coach. 

MR. JAMES ODOM, fearless 
sponsor of the Antenna, teaches 
English III. He holds an A.B. 
and M. Ed. from U.N.C. and 
U.S.C. 

MR. WILLIAM PARNELL, who 
holds a B.A. and M.A., is a mem¬ 
ber of Delta Epsilon Sigma, a 
national scholarship fraternity. 
A teacher of economics and gov¬ 
ernment, his interests are ten¬ 
nis and folk music. 

MISS RACHEL PETERS, coach 
of the varsity hockey squad, has 
spent eleven successful years at 

A. H.S. teaching physical edu¬ 
cation. 

MR. THOMAS PORTER holds a 

B. S. and M.A. He sponsors the 
Sophomore Class and teaches 
geography. He also coaches 
freshman basketball and J.V. 
baseball. 

MRS. ELIZABETH POSEY was 
named the Outstanding Science 
and Math Teacher of 1965 in the 
D.C. area. A teacher of trig.- 
functions and Algebra ll-trig., 
she holds a B.S. and has studied 
at several universities. She 
sponsors the Senior Honor So¬ 
ciety and enjoys camping, read¬ 
ing and painting. 


MRS. LOIS PRESTON has 
taught in Arlington and Hawaii 
and holds a B.S. She teaches 
public speaking and English III. 

MRS. SHIRLEY RANDA holds an 

A. B. and M. Ed., and is a mem¬ 
ber of Phi Sigma, an honorary 
biology society. She is the jun¬ 
ior counselor, and knitting is one 
of her interests. 

MR. EDGAR ROBERSON, spon¬ 
sor of the Art Guild, teaches 
Art I, III, and IV. He holds a 

B. A. and M.A. and was a final¬ 
ist for the Benedictine Art 
Award. He directs a Barbershop 
Quartet. 

MISS MARY ROBINSON, who 
holds a B.A. and M.A., has been 
at Annandale eight years. She 
teaches geometry and has 
taught in Pa. 

MISS MARILYN ROPER, our 
developmental and speed read¬ 
ing teacher, holds a B.A. and 
M.A. and has taught at E. Ten¬ 
nessee State U. 

MRS. LOUISE ROSS teaches 
World History and U.S. History. 
She holds a B.A. and is inter¬ 
ested in gardening and antiques. 

MRS. VIRGINIA SAMPLE, sop¬ 
homore counselor, holds a B.A. 
and M. Ed. from Mary Washing¬ 
ton College and U. Va. Music is 
one of Mrs. Sample’s interests. 

MR. PAUL SCHWARTZ teaches 
Mechanical and Architectural 
Drawing. He holds a B.S., and 
M.S. from Stout State U. and 
U. Va. 

MR. WILLIAM SCOTT, who holds 
an A.B., teaches physical edu¬ 
cation, coordinates intramural 
activities and coaches wrest¬ 
ling. After hours he enjoys 
hunting and fishing. 

MR. RALPH SHRIVER holds an 
A.B. and has attended several 
universities. He teaches Shop 
I, II, and III, sponsors the Bowl¬ 
ing League, and coaches fresh¬ 
man football. 

MR. HARRY SMITH, a ten-year 
veteran of Annandale, holds an 
A.B. Hunting and fishing are 
his hobbies, and he teaches phy¬ 
sical education. 

MISS VIRGINIA STEPHANZ has 
an N.D.E.A. graduate scholar¬ 
ship from G.W.U. and received 
her B.A. from Radford College. 
She teaches French II and III 
and sponsors the French Club. 

MR. ROBERT STEVENSON, gov¬ 
ernment and U.S. History teach 
er, holds a B.A. and M. Ed. and 
is a member of Phi Delta Kappa. 
Sponsor of the Bowling League, 
he enjoys bowling, reading, 
fishing, hunting, and spectator 
sports. 


MISS BONNIE LEE STIDLEY, 
geometry teacher and sponsor 
of the F.T.A., holds a B.S. from 
Madison College. Archery, bowl¬ 
ing, and music occupy after 
school hours. 

MISS JO ANN STRICKLAND 
formerly taught at Poe Interme¬ 
diate and Falls Church H.S. She 
earned her B.S. from E. Carolina 
College and teaches Math I and 
Algebra I. 

MRS. LORA SUMMERS holds a 
B.A. and M.S. Not only an Eng¬ 
lish I and drama teacher, she is 
always busy working for the 
Thespians, Drama Club, Spring 
Musical, Fall Drama Dept. Play, 
or Spring Contest Play. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE TANNOUS 
has taught French at Annandale 
for ten years. She holds a B.A. 
and M.A. and reads in any extra 
time she finds. 


MR. WILLIAM VAN SANT teach¬ 
es government and sociology. He 
holds an A.B. and M.A. Besides 
coaching the tennis and golf 
teams, he sponsors the Bowling 
League and enjoys hunting, 
swimming, bowling, golf, and 
tennis. 

MR. CHARLES WALTON re¬ 
ceived his B.A. from Bridgewater 
College. He teaches Algebra I 
and II and geometry. Golf, ten¬ 
nis and other outdoor sports 
fill his spare time. 

MRS. NELLIE WHITE enjoys 
music, gardening, and reading 
when she is not teaching Eng¬ 
lish II. She holds an A.B. and 
M.A. 


MISS DORIS WILSON teaches 
Typing I and General Business. 
She holds a B.S., and her inter¬ 
ests are sewing, painting, and 
reading. 


MRS. JEAN WOOD sponsors a 
Tri Hi Y and teaches Chem 
Study. She holds a B.S. and M.S. 
and has attended Alfred U., St. 
Bonaventure U., and G.W.U. 
Gourmet cooking is one of her 
interests. 


MRS. GARLAND WOODSON 
teaches typing and notehand 
and is kept busy as sponsor of 
the S.C.A. She holds a B.S. and 
B.C.S. and her hobbies include 
sports, bridge, and reading. 




MRS. MARIANNE WORRELL, 
who has the confusing task of 
teaching both German and 
French, holds a B.S. Sponsor of 
the German Honor Society and 
German Club, she also enjoys 
swimming, bridge, and French 
cooking, and has taught at the 
American Dependent School in 
Tokyo, Japan. 



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58 SENIORS 










Despite the madness in our method, 
We made it through ’til June 
Having overcome more than 
Unusual obstacles . . . 

When . . . 
Winding halls led to rooms 
Where there were no rooms before . . . 
The library closed in the midst of 
Spring term paper season . . . 
We managed to adjust in the 
Traditional Senior style 
To both the new and old. 
Amid term papers and memory lines, 
Privileges gained and lost, 
We donned our ’66 derbies, 
Demonstrated our indomitable Senior Spirit. 

“An experience” it was. 


SENIORS 59 










Senior Class officers: Secretary, Kathy Kearney; V.P., Neal Ellis; 
President, Chris Kohn; Treasurer, Sue Coveil. 


“Don’t worry, Skip,’’ says Pat Marusak, “I’ll 
catch you,” 



CLASS OF 1966 


“To be or not to be — that is the ques¬ 
tion.” That was the question that seniors 
asked as they floundered through Shake¬ 
spearean tragedy. They filled the halls with 
their cries of “Whether ’tis nobler in the mind 
to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous 
fortune,” (hoping to get accepted at a col¬ 
lege early in the year so there would be plen¬ 
ty of time for goofing off), “or to take arms 
against a sea of troubles and by opposing, 
end them.” (This would call for the annihila¬ 
tion of all senior English teachers and the 
burning of all available copies of Macbeth, 
Hamlet, Othello, and King Lear.) 

Besides “enjoying” Shakespeare, the 
seniors went out of their way to keep from 
stepping on freshmen, offending colleges, 
or working too hard during the second se¬ 
mester. In spite of all this, the Class of 1966 
survived until graduation without suffering 
much permanent damage. 













Our sponsors, Mrs. Ames and Mr. Fisher, 
deserve many thanks for their support 
and help throughout the year. 



Hap expresses the consensus of the senior class. 



And they say seniors goof off! Here, Gary exemp¬ 
lifies the typical friendly, hard-working senior. 


Some “helpful” members of the Key Club are bungl¬ 
ing things up, as usual. 



SENIORS 61 





* 


Henry Thomas Adams Tom 

Basketball Intramurals; Jr. Civitan; Science Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Margaret D. Adams Margie 

Girls’ Ensemble; G.R.A.A.; Spanish Club. 

Future Plans: College 




Wyman Mahin Adcock Wyman 

Speedball Intramurals; Jr. Civitan; Powder Puff 
Cheerleader. 

Future Plans: College 

Robert William Aines Bob 

V., J.V. Football; V., J.V. Track; German Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Linda Kaye Albright Linda 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Spanish Honor 
Society; Antenna, Jr., Sr. Editor; Powder Puff; Volley¬ 
ball Intramurals; Office Asst.; Spanish Club; A.F.S.; 
Tri-Hi-Y; F.T.A.; Jr. Civitan; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Peggie Lynn Albright Peggie 

Concert Band; Symphonic Band; Volleyball Intra¬ 
murals; Basketball Intramurals; Spanish Club; F.T.A. 
Future Plans: College 

Michael Leon Albro Mike 

S.C.A. Publicity Manager; V. Football; J.V. Basket¬ 
ball; Volleyball, Gymnastic Intramurals; Jr., Soph. 
Track Meet; Girls In #409; You Can’t Take It With 
You. 

Future Plans: College 

John Richard Allen John 

Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Bowling Intramurals; 
Bowling Club; Swim Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Beverly Ann Anceravage Bev 

Athletic Sec.; Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; 
Freshman Cheerleader; Carousel; Latin Club; Pep 
Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: Nursing Career 

Kathryn Anderson Kathy 

Keyette Club; Office Asst.; Girls’ Ensemble; A Capella 
Choir; Carousel; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

Sally Elaine Andrews Sally 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; French Honor 
Society; Thespians; Keyette Club, Treas. Pres.; 
Office Asst.; Girls’ Ensemble; A Capella Choir; All 
State Choir; Bye Bye Birdie; Carousel; My Fair Lady; 
Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 


62 SENIORS 





Jake 


James E. P. Armstrong 
D.E. 

Future Plans: College 


Susan Alison Armstrong Alison 

National Merit Letter of Commendation; Office As¬ 
sistant; A-Blast Staff; Fall-out Staff; Powder Puff; 
Volleyball; Basketball; Girls’ Chorus; Charley’s Aunt; 
Tri-Hi-Y; French Club; Pep Club; Future Nurse’s Club. 
Future Plans: College 


Douglas Michael Arthur Doug 

Senior Class Representative; Magazine Drive; Intra¬ 
mural Volleyball, Basketball; Powder Puff Coach; 
You Can’t Take It With You; Carousel; Swim Club, 
Pres. 

Future Plans: College 


Robert E. Arthur Boobie 

Freshman Football; J.V. Track & Field. 

Future Plans: Technical College 

James Kilburn Asselstine Jim 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; French Honor 
Soc; V. Debate Team; Powder Puff Cheerleader; 
Concert Band; Symphonic Band; My Fair Lady, 
Carousel, Orchestra; A.F.S. Club; Debate Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Mercedes Augustin Mercedes 

Star Magazine, Editor; Choir. 

Future Plans: Art College 




Wayne Free Avery Wayne 

J.V. Football; V. Track & Field; Powder Puff Cheer¬ 

leader; Concert Band. 

Future Plans: College 

Rodney Dale Ayers Rod 

A-Blast Staff; Intramural Volleyball, Basketball, Soft- 

ball. 

Future Plans: Business Management or Law 

Karen Delores Badin Karen 

Tri-Hi-Y; French Club. 

Future Plans: College 

David Vernon Bailey Dave 

Intramural Basketball, Softball, Touch Football. 
Future Plans: College 


SENIORS 63 

















Jacquline Rae Bailey Jackie 

German Honor Society; Library Asst.; Basketball 
Intramurals; German Club; Tri-Hi-Y; F.T.A. 

Future Plans: College 

Peter Paul Balas Pete 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit 
Finalist; Spanish Honor Society; Fall-out, Editor; “It’s 
Academic,” team; J.V., V. Debate Team; J.V. Cross 
Country; V. Track & Field; Basketball, Soccer, Foot¬ 
ball Intramurals; Math Club. 

Future Plans: College 

William Edward Ball Ed 

V. Wrestling; Gymnastics, Volleyball, Softball Intra¬ 

murals; Stage Crew. 

Future Plans: College 

Karen Louise Beaudoin Karen 

Powder Puff; Volleyball, Track Intramurals; Clinic 

Aid. 

Future Plans: Work 

Robert Pascal Beazly Beazley 

J.V. Football; Junior Jollies; D.E. 

Future Plans: Real Estate Investment 

Karen Lynne Beebe Beebe 

Powder Puff; Capt. Basketball Intramurals; V.O.T.; 
Office Assistant. 

Future Plans: Secretary 


Linda Rinearson and Rich Fulton 
show some of that indomitable Senior 
Spirit. 






Barbara Jane Beller Barbara 

Powder Puff; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y; Junior Civitans. 
Future Plans: College 

Kenneth Winslow Benson, Jr. Ken 

Jr. Honor Society; Freshman Football; J.V. Track & 
Field; Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 

Sharon Lee Berg Sharon 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; French Honor 
Society; A-Blast, Staff; Office Asst; Tennis, Basket¬ 
ball, Volleyball Intramurals; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; 

G.R.A.A.; French Club; F.H.A. 

Future Plans: College 

Carolyn Sue Best Carol 

Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; Concert Choir; 
My Fair Lady; Carousel; Drama Club; Kappa Beta 
Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: Airline Hostess 

Kitty Sharon Beverly Kitten 

V. Basketball; V.O.T.; Apparatus Club. 

Future Plans: Work 

Jane Lee Blankenbaker Jane 

Jr. Honor Society; Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; 
Concert Band; Symphonic Band; My Fair Lady Or¬ 
chestra; G.R.A.A.; Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain; Spanish Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Victoria Marie Blood Vicke 

S.C.A. Representative; Powder Puff; Clinic Aid; Girls’ 
Chorus; Biology Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; Spanish 
Club. 

Future Plans: Peace Corps and Airline Stewardess 

Charles Randolph Blyth Randy 

Sr. Honor Society; National Merit Letter of Commen¬ 
dation; S.C.A. Representative; S.C.A. Ways and 
Means Committee; V. Debate; V. Football; J.V., V. 
Track & Field; Concert Band; Photo Club; Chess 
Club. 

Future Plans: Professor of English 

Clayton Eugene Boles Bama 

V. Football; Freshman, J.V. Basketball; Basketball, 
Volleyball Intramurals; Concert Band; Carousel; Ger¬ 
man Club; Young Life. 

Future Plans: College 

Constance E. Bookout Connie 

Student Council Representative; Prom Committee; 
Office Asst; Library Asst. 

Future Plans: College 

Melody A. Bornhoft Melody 

J.V. Hockey; V. Basketball; J.V., V. Softball; Volley¬ 
ball, Basketball Intramurals; G.R.A.A. 

Future Plans: College 

Dee H. Bowles Dee 

D.E. 

Future Plans: Contracting 



SENIORS 65 









Christopher Mygrant Brandon Chris 

Freshman Football; J.V. Wrestling; Shot-Put; Concert 
Band. 

Future Plans: Business Administration 

Eugenia Marie Braun Ginny 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; French Honor 
Society, Sec.; Fall-out; Thespians; Keyette Club; 
Office Asst; My Fair Lady; Carousel; F.H.A., Hist., 
Reporter, Pres. 

Future Plans: College 

Donna Marie Bray Donna 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Thespians; 
Keyette Club; 3rd. place Talent Show; Jr. Jollies; 
Girls’ Ensemble; A Capella Choir; Bye Bye Birdie; 
My Fair Lady; Carousel; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: Teaching 

Leland J. Brillhart Rusty 

S.A. Representative. 

Future Plans: Military Career 

Gregory Alan Brock Greg 

V., Freshman Football; J.V. Basketball; Track, Bas¬ 
ketball Intramurals; Concert Choir; Stage Crew; Bye 
bye Birdie. 

Jacquelin Brown Jackie 

Volleyball, Basketball Intramurals; My Fair Lady; 
Stage Crew; Tri-Hi-Y; French Club; F.T.A. 

Future Plans: Teacher 


Thomas Frank Brown Tom 

Freshman Class Representative; Sophomore Class 
Pres.; V. Football; V. Soccer. 

Future Plans: College 

Thomas Patrick Brown Tom 

Future Plans: College 

Earl Stephen Bryant Steve 

Rifle Team; Basketball Intramurals; A.F.S. Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Shaaron Lynne Brynaert Sherry 


66 SENIORS 










Terry Thomas Burgler Terry 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit 
Semi-Finalist; Boys’ State; S.C.A. Pres.; Assembly 
Director; V, J.V. Football; V. Wrestling; V, J.V. Track 
& Field; Key Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Barbara Ann Burlockoff Barbara 

Office Asst.; C.O.P. 

Future Plans: School 

Laura Lee Burnett Laura 

Fall-out Staff. 

Future Plans: College 

Tommie Jeanne Burris Jeanne 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Latin Honor 
Society, V.P.; Powder Puff; Office Asst.; Tri-Hi-Y; 
Latin Club; J.C.L. 

Future Plans: College 

Joseph John Calabrese, III Jody 

A-Blast, Staff; Softball, Wrestling, Speedball, Intra¬ 
murals; Latin Club, Treas.; Bowling Club; J.C.L. 
Future Plans: College 

Margaret Louise Callaghan Peggy 

Powder Puff; Volleyball, Intramurals; V.O.T.; Bowl¬ 
ing League; Pep Club; F.H.A, V.P. 

Future Plans: Business College 


Michael Hugh Campbell Mike 

Freshman Basketball; J.V. Wrestling. 

Future Plans: College 

Bilge Vecihe Candemir Bilge 

Keyette Club; Homecoming Court; A.F.S. Club; Ger¬ 
man Club; Swim Club. 

Future Plans: College 

John Christian Carley Chris 

Jr. Honor Society; J.V. Debate Team; Rifle Team; 
Tennis Team; Movie Photographer for Football Team; 
French Club. 

Future Plans: College 

James Elbert Carter Jimmy 

Key Club, Sec; A Capella Choir, Pres; Bye Bye 
Birdie; My Fair Lady; Spanish Club, Treas, Pres. 
Future Plans: College 

Janey Cora Caskey Janey 

Powder Puff; Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball, Intra¬ 
murals; J.V. Cheerleader; Clinic Aid; Guidance Asst.; 
D.E.; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: Business School 

Joan Elizabeth Cassidy Joni 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Student Coun¬ 
cil; Future Homemakers Club. 

Future Plans: Nursing School 



SENIORS 67 










Patrick Ewing Clancy Pat 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Freshman 

Football; Soccer Team; Office Asst; Lab Asst; Bridge 
Club; Photography Club; Chemistry Club. 

Future Plans: Chemical Engineering 

Allan Cecil Clark Al 

Thespians; Library Asst; Talent Show, 1st place; A 
Capella Choir; Alice in Wonderland; John Brown’s 
Body; Carousel; Stage Crew. 

Future Plans: Dramatics 

Robert Arthur Coffeen Bob 

Talent Show, 1st place; Concert Band, Sec; Sym¬ 

phonic Band; Stage Band; My Fair Lady. 

Future Plans: College 


Pamela Kay Chambers Pam 

Volleyball Intramurals; Tri-hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Paula Ann Chambless Paula 

Powder Puff; A Capella Choir; My Fair Lady; Carou¬ 
sel; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; G.A.A. 

Future Plans: College 

Marilyn Ann Chernis Marilyn 

Powder Puff; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; French Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Sue A. Cherpak Sue 

Girls’ Chorus; Inter-Religious Club; Bowling Club; 
Folk Song Club. 

Future Plans: Dental Hygienist 

Sharon Lee Chinnis Shari 

Freshman Class V.P; Powder Puff; Freshman Cheer¬ 
leader, Capt; V.O.T. 

Future Plans: X-ray Technician 

Susan Barbara Clague Susan 

Basketball Intramurals; Spanish Club; F.H.A; G.R. 
A.A; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: Home Economist 



Mike Albro—trying to pawn off another of 
his masterpieces? 


68 SENIORS 







“Oh, yes! Mrs. Ramay always sets my hair!” proclaims Tom Mitchell. 


Anita Allison Cahoon Anita 

V. Basketball; V. Softball; Powder Puff; Guidance 
Asst; G.R.A.A; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Newton Baker Collins Newton 

Bye Bye Birdie; French Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Barbara Mason Colman Barbara 

Powder Puff; Pep Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Athletic Office Asst. 
Future Plans: Airline Stewardess 

Ronald Edward Comerford Ron 

V, J.V. Football; J.V. Wrestling; V, J.V. Baseball; 
Track Intramurals; Powder Puff; Referee. 

Future Plans: College 

Sandra Ann Cooke Sandy 

S.C.A. Representative; Jr. Prom Chairman; Sr. Prom 
Comm.; Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; State 
Gymnastic Meet; Freshman Cheerleaders; V. Cheer¬ 
leader, Co-Capt; Homecoming Gueen; Miss A.H.S; 
F.H.A; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Susan Jane Cooke Sue 

Keyette Club; Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; 
Carousel; Stage Crew; Spanish Club, Sec; Tri-Hi-Y. 
Future Plans: College 

Don Merle Cordes Don 

Soccer Intramurals; Jr. Civitans; A.F.S; Bowling Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Charles Wayne Cottrill Wayne 

Soccer; Track & Field Intramurals. 

Future Plans: Marine Biologist 

William Luther Coulter, III Bill 

Antenna Staff; Rifle Team; Rifle Club, V. P. 



SENIORS 69 







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Mary Suzanne Covell Sue 

Girls’ State; S.C.A. Representative; Junior Class, V.P; 
Senior Class, Treas; Keyette Club; Powder Puff; 
Volleyball Intramurals; V. Cheerleader; Majorette; 
Homecoming Court; Miss A.H.S. Court; Pep Club; 
Tri-Hi-Y; F.T.A. 

Future Plans: College 

Suzanne Cowan Suzanne 

Future Plans: Art School 




Thomas L. Cowgill Jom 

Future Plans: College 

Steve Thomas Crane Steve 

V., J.V., Freshman Football; J.V., Freshman Basket¬ 
ball; J.V. Baseball; Volleyball, Track, Speedball Intra¬ 
murals; Latin Club; J.C.L. 

Future Plans: College 

Rita Jane Creasy Rita 

Latin Honor Society, Pres; Powder Puff; Latin Club, 
Pres; J.C.L. 

Future Plans: College 

Cathleen Ann Cunningham Cathy 

Basketball Intramurals; Guidance Asst; German Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Gregory Lawrence Cuskelly Greg 

Sophomore Class, Pres; Junior Class, Treas; J.V. 
Debate; V. Baseball; Basketball Intramurals; Library 
Asst; Latin Club; Jr. Civitans. 

Future Plans: Law or Medicine 

Margaret Elaine Darner Elaine 


Karen Leigh Darsch Karen 

Volleyball Intramurals; Office Asst; Girls’ Ensemble; 
A Capella Choir; Bye Bye Birdie; My Fair Lady; 
Carousel; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; French Club; Math 
Club; Jr. Jollies. 

Future Plans: College 


Gregory Gene Davidson Surfer 

J.V. Cross Country; Track & Field Intramurals; 
Library Asst; D.E. 

Future Plans: Work 

Terry Jan Davidson Tank 

Powder Puff; Jr. Jollies; Sophomore Sillies; Pep 
Club; Tri-Hi-Y; French Club. 

Future Plans: College 


70 SENIORS 









Pamela Kathryn Davies Pam 

Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; Athletic Office 
Asst; My Fair Lady; C.O.P; Tri-Hi-Y; Latin Club; Pep 
Club. 

Future Plans: Secretary 

Daniel Bruce Davis Dan 

Freshman Football; French Club; Spanish Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Robert Charles Dawson Bob 

J.V., Freshman Football; Basketball, Volleyball, Foot¬ 
ball Intramurals; Powder Puff Coach. 

Future Plans: College 

William Stephen Day Bill 

Nat. Merit Letter of Commendation; J.V. Football; V., 
J.V. Wrestling; Soccer; J.V. Track & Field; Track 
Intramurals; French Club; Biology Club; Stamp Col¬ 
lecting Club, Pres. 

Future Plans: College 

Carol Alice Deem Carol 

Jr. Honor Society; Clinic Aid; Bowling Club; Cadu- 
ceus Club; French Club; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: Nursing 

Charles F. Delf Charles 

D.E. 

Future Plans: Coast Guard 




Terry Ann Denton Terry 

Spanish Club; Tri-Hi-Y; French Club; Pep Club; G.A. 
A. 

Future Plans: College 

Lee Moran Dewey Lee 

Volleyball, Speedball, Soccer Intramurals; French 
Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Jane Anita Diaz Jane 

Powder Puff; Pep Club; Junior Civitan; Young Life; 
Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

Ronald Maxwell Dickens Ronnie 

D.E. 

Future Plans: Work 


SENIORS 71 










Daniel Ralph Dobson Dan 

Nat. Merit Letter of Commendation; J.V., Freshman 
Football; J.V. Track & Field; Rifle Team; Football 
Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; Powder Puff 
Coach; Latin Club; Rifle Club; J.C.L. 

Future Plans: College 


Frederick George Doering Rick 

Basketball, Volleyball, Baseball Intramurals; Concert 
Band; Symphonic Band. 

Future Plans: Electronics Technician 


Paul Terrence Donahue Paul 

J.V. Football; V., J.V. Basketball; V. Track & Field; 
Basketball, Football Intramurals; Jr. Civitan. 

Future Plans: College 


Susan Donahue Sooz 

Powder Puff; Freshman Cheerleader; Pep Club. 
Future Plans: Nursing 


Bruce Michael Donnelly Bruce 

Sr. Honor Society; Freshman Class, Pres.; Sopho¬ 
more Class, Pres; German Honor Society; Antenna 
Staff; V. Football; Rifle Team; Football, Basketball, 
Softball Intramurals; Library Asst.; Stage Crew; Ger¬ 
man Club; Jr. Civitan, Pres; Rifle Club. 

Future Plans: West Point; Army Career 

Margaret E. Dreiss Margaret 

Jr. Honor Society; S.C.A. Representative; Powder 
Puff; Freshman Cheerleader; J.V. Cheerleader, Co- 
capt; V. Cheerleader; Office Asst; Homecoming 
Court; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Deborah Kay Dreyer Debbie 

Powder Puff; Office Asst; Girls’ Ensemble; Bye Bye 
Birdie; Tri-Hi-Y; Jr. Civitan. 

Future Plans: Legal Secretary 

Dianne Lynn Dreyer Dianne 

Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; C.OP.; Bye Bye 
Birdie; F.H.A. 

Future Plans: Work 

Carol Ann Dunn Carol 

Powder Puff; Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; 
Clinic Aid; F.T.A; French Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; 
Riding Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Ted Byron Echols Ted 

Barry Micheal Eichenauer Slim 

Powder Puff Coach; D.E. 

Future Plans: College 


72 SENIORS 









Steve just couldn’t wait for the new cafeteria to open. 



An indefatigable senior, Sonja New- 
land leads us in our cheers. 



Lester Neal Ellis Neal 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society, Pres; Boys’ 
State, Gov.; S.C.A, V.P; Sr. Class, V.P; Soph. Class, 
Treas; French Honor Society; Homecoming Chair¬ 
man; Key Club, V.P; V., J.V. Cross Country; J.V. 
Wrestling; V., J.V. Track & Field; Rifle Team; Rifle 
Club; French Club; Track & Field Club. 

Future Plans: College 


Steven Michael Ellis Steve 

Freshman Football; Freshman, J.V., V. Basketball; 
Volleyball, Basketball Intramurals; Latin Club. 
Future Plans: Medical School 

Barbara Erlenkotter Barb 

Class Representative; Ski Club; Girls’ Athletic As¬ 
sociation, Pres; Bowling Club; Pep Club; Leadership 
Conference; Fulda Science Fair. 

Future Plans: Mathematician 

Herman Ertlschweiger, Jr. Hap 

Sr. Honor Society; A-Blast, Antenna, Fall-out, Photo¬ 
grapher; Tennis; Volleyball, Speedball, Softball, Intra¬ 
murals; Chess Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Earl Wallace Estes Wally 

Future Plans: College 

Barrett Gray Evans Barry 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit Letter 
of Commendation; German Honor Society, Sec; Fall¬ 
out Editor; Quill and Scroll; Key Club; Machine Room 
Asst; Biochemistry Club; SIPA Convention. 

Future Plans: Physics Major 



SENIORS 73 











Sharon Lynn Folson Dixie 

Powder Puff; Freshman Cheerleaders; Talent Show; 
C.O.P; Tri-Hi-Y; Drama Club; F.H.A. 

Future Plans: Fashion Designer 

Linda Lee Franklin Linda 

Drama Club; F.T.A.; French Club; A.F.S. 

Future Plans: College 

Keith Fraser Keith 

Rifle Team; Rifle Club, Sec.-Treas; Bowling Club. 
Future Plans: College 


Better not let Mr. Finch catch you leaving, 
Rick!!! 


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David Joseph Evans Bear 

Freshman Football; J.V. Track and Field; Volleyball 

Intramurals; Concert Band; Carousel Stage Crew. 
Future Plans: College 

Joan Louise Faries Joan 

Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; Office Asst; 

Girls’ Chorus; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y; Spanish Club. 
Future Plans: College 

John Lee Fellows III John 

Sr. Honor Society, V.P.; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit 
semi-finalist; Boys’ Nation; Boys’ State; S.C.A. Publi¬ 
city Chairman; Latin Honor Society; Fall-out, poetry 
editor; Thespians; “It’s Academic”, alternate; V. De¬ 
bate; Key Club, Board of Directors; Machine Room 
Asst.; My Fair Lady; Carousel; You Can’t Take It 
With You-, Latin Club, V.P.; Drama Club. 

Future Plans: U.S. Foreign Service 

George Clifford Ferguson George 

Rifle Team; Concert Band; Symphonic Band; R.O.T.C. 
Honor Guard; Drum and Bugle Corps. 

Future Plans: College 

David Nathan Fleischer Dave 

German Honor Society; Thespian; Basketball, Speed- 
ball Intramurals; Projectionist; The Undercurrent; 
You Can’t Take It With You; Carousel; German Club, 
Pres; Drama Club. 

Future Plans: College 

James Peyton Flynn Jim 

Basketball, Speedball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 



74 SENIORS 









Vicki Long and Friends show how to win a State Championship. 


Karen Joann Freed Karen 

Powder Puff; Office Asst; C.O.P.; Girls’ Chorus; Tri- 
Hi-Y; Jr. Civitan. 

Future Plans: College 

Sharon Kristine Freed Sharon 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Spanish Honor 
Society; Homecoming Court; Powder Puff; Office 
Asst; Girls’ Chorus; Concert Choir; Tri-Hi-Y; Jr. Civi¬ 
tan. 

Future Plans: College 

Terry Lee Friesz Terry 

Rifle Team; Rifle Club; Spanish Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Richard Thomas Fulton Rich 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; S.C.A. Repre¬ 
sentative; S.C.A. Activities Chairman; Latin Honor 
Society; Key Club; Freshman, V. Basketball; Basket¬ 
ball, Speedball, Volleyball, Softball Intramurals; 
Latin Club. 

Future Plans: Teacher or Marine Biologist 

John Charles Fungaroli John 

Linda Louise Gallant Linda 

Volleyball Intramurals; Majorettes, Capt.; Concert 
Band; Girls’ Ensemble; A Capella Choir; Carousel; 
Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

George Luigi Gargus George 

Future Plans: College 

Mary Marcia Gasaway Marsh 

Jr. Class, V.P; Girls’ Choir; Debate Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Diane E. Gaskins De 

Jr. Honor Society; Freshman Class, Pres.; Sopho¬ 
more Class, Sec; Jr. Class, Treas; V. Basketball; 
Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; Freshman Cheer¬ 
leader; Office Asst; G.A.A.; Drama Club. 

Future Plans: College 



SENIORS 75 









Victoria Ann Geraci Vicki 

Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit Letter of Commendation; 
S.C.A. Representative; Powder Puff; Guidance Asst.; 
Talent Show; F.T.A.; Debate Club; G.A.A. 

Future Plans: Teaching 

Deborah Lynn Geyer Debbi 

Jr. Honor Society; German Honor Society; Fall-out, 
Staff; Keyettes; Office Asst; Library Asst; Kappa Beta 
Tri-Hi-Y, Treas; German Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Jack Kenneth Gilden Jack 

Boys’ State Alternate; Key Club; V., Freshman Foot¬ 
ball; Volleyball Intramurals; Letterman’s Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Johnny Lee Gill Jimmy 

Freshman, J.V. Football; D.E. Club. 

Diane E. Gisvold Gizzy 

Powder Puff; Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; 
Library Asst; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y; Drama Club; 
French Club. 

Future Plans: College 

John McCoy Giuli Giuli 

Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, Speedball Intra¬ 
murals; German Club; Bowling Club. 

Future Plans: College 


Robert Wallace Givens Bob 

V. Cross Country; J.V. Track & Field; Volleyball, 
Basketball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 

Robert Eugene Gobeille Bob 

Freshman, J.V. Football; Carousel. 

Future Plans: College, Naval Officer 

Frederico G. Gomez Fred 

V. Debate Team; V. Football; Soccer; Basketball 
Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College or Work 

Sandra Lea Gomez Sandy 

Spanish Honor Society; Powder Puff; Basketball, 
Tennis, Volleyball Intramurals; Clinic Aid; Tri-Hi-Y; 
Spanish Club; F.T.A; A.F.S; Jr. Civitans. 

Future Plans: College 



76 SENIORS 





Karen Ann Good Goods 

Jr. Honor Society; French Honor Society; Thespians, 
Sec; Junior Jollies; Sophomore Sillies; You Can’t 
Take It With You; Bye Bye Birdie; My Fair Lady; 
Carousel; Drama Club, Pres; French Club. 

Future Plans: College, Theater 

William Smith Goodman Bill 

Jr. Honor Society; Key Club; Wrestling; Tennis; Junior 
Jollies; Concert Band; Russian Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Krista S. Gordon Krista 

German Honor Society; Girls’ Ensemble; German 
Club; Civitan Club. 

Future Plans: Business College 

Marshall Roberts Graham, Jr. Rob 

Freshman Basketball; Wrestling, Football Intramurals; 
D.E; D.E. Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Terry Ann Grange Terry 

S.C.A. Representative; S.C.A. Chaplain; Girls’ State 
Alternate; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y; Spanish Club; Junior 
Civitan. 

Future Plans: College 

David Lee Grayson Dave 

C.O.P; F.B.L.A. 

Future Plans: Work 


Gary E. Grayson Gary 

Future Plans: College 

Donald Harold Greeley Papa Don 

S.C.A. Representative; V. Football; V. Basketball; 
Baseball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 


Kathleen Ann Green Sprint 

Thespians, Pres; Meet Me in St. Louis; You Can’t 
Take It With You; Carousel; Drama Club. 

Future Plans: College 


Sam Kelly Greenwood Kelly 

Volleyball, Basketball Intramurals; Coin Club, V.P, 
Treas; Chess Club; Bowling Club, Team Captain; 
A.F.S; Science Club, Treas; Atom Boosters. 

Future Plans: College 

Robert James Grenier Bob 

A-Blast, Editor; V., J.V., Freshman Football; J.V. 
Baseball. 

Future Plans: Professional Drag Raciing 

Janice Louise Gulledge Jan 

Spanish Honor Society; Antenna Staff; Powder Puff; 
Tennis, Volleyball Intramurals; Office Asst; Tri-Hi-Y; 
Spanish Club; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 



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Joseph Paul Gura Joe 

D.E. 

Future Plans: Communications Dispatcher 

William Edward Gwin Bill 

Chess Club; Drama Club. 

Future Plans: College 

John Leonard Haga John 

H.R. Representative; J.V. Baseball; J.V. Cross Coun¬ 
try; J.V. Track & Field; Basketball Intramurals; Jr. 
Civitan. 

Future Plans: College 

Ann Lynn Hagan Ann 

V. Hockey; J.V. Basketball; Ping Pong, Basketball, 
Volleyball, Gymnastics, Archery, Tennis Intramurals; 
C.O.P; Bye Bye Birdie; F.H.A; F.B.L.A, Treas; G.R. 
A.A, Sports Manager; A.F.S; German Club; Pep Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Michael John Hagarty Mike 

Freshman, J.V., V. Football; Soccer. 

Future Plans: College 

John Helge Hagstrom, III John 

V. Track & Field; Concert Band; Drama Club. 

Future Plans: College 


Chris Kohn leads the Senior class in 
one of his heart-warming cheers . . . 
“Give me an ‘S’ . . .” 













Linda Anne Haisley Linda 

Powder Puff; Carousel; Drama Club; Russian Club; 
Jr. Civitan; Tri-Hi-Y; German-American Club; Photo¬ 
graphy Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Jeannette Ruth Halpin Jeanette 

Fall-out, Staff; Girls’ Chorus; Girls’ Ensemble; The 
Decision; My Fair Lady; Carousel; Pep Club; Drama 
Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

Brenda Joyce Harrison Brenda 

D.E; D.E. Club. 

Future Plans: Business School or Work 

Donald M. Harrison Don 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; French Honor 
Society; Key Club; Speedball, Basketball Intramurals; 
Machine Room Asst. 

Future Plans: College 

Dennis William Hart Dennis 

Future Plans: Business Administration 

Michael Terry Hart Mike 

Senior Class Representative; Freshman, J.V., V. Foot¬ 
ball; J.V. Baseball. 

Future Plans: College. Professional Art Career 

Philip Charles Hart Phil 

Future Plans: Technical School 

John Winthrop Haycock, III John 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit Let¬ 
ter of Commendation; Freshman Class Pres; “It’s 
Academic” Team; Freshman, J.V. Football; J.V. 
Wrestling; Basketball Intramurals; Swim Team, V.P; 
Symphonic Band; Stage Band; Bye Bye Birdie; My 
Fair Lady; Carousel. 

Future Plans: College 

William Donn Hayes, III Curly 

Jr. Honor Society; Freshman, J.V., V. Football; Wres¬ 
tling; S.A.M. 


Kay Haygood Kay 

Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; Office Asst; Clinic 
Aid; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: Business School 

Sheila Henry Sheila 

Gordon Lee Herrell II Lee 

Future Plans: Work 



SENIORS 79 







I 


Robert Ernest Hess Bob 

S.C.A. Representative; Wrestling, Softball, Volleyball 
Intramurals; Carousel; Drama Club; French Club; 
Junior Civitans; Swim Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Pamela Olivia Hirst Pam 

Powder Puff; Concert Choir; Bye Bye Birdie; Jr. 
Civitans; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 




Patricia Mary Hirst Pat 

Miss A.H.S. Court; Homecoming Court; Powder Puff; 
Volleyball Intramurals; Bye Bye Birdie; Kappa Beta 
Tri-Hi-Y; Jr. Civitans; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College, Nursing 

Jane Ann Hoffman Jane 

Volleyball, Basketball Intramurals; Concert Band; 
Symphonic Band, Sec; Carousel, Band; German Club. 
Future Plans: Nursing School 

Alton Henry Hollister Rets 

Concert Band; Symphonic Band; Stage Band. 
Future Plans: College 

Nancy T. Honea Nancy 

Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Kathlyn T. Hopkins Kathy 

Sr. Honor Society; French Honor Society; Keyettes; 
Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; Kappa Beta Tri- 
Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

William Neal Hovland Bill 

Thespians; Freshman, J.V. Basketball; Basketball In¬ 
tramurals; Guidance Asst; A. Capella Choir; Bye Bye 
Birdie; My Fair Lady; Carousel. 

Future Plans: College 

Lawrence Dale Howe Dale 

Class Representative; Wrestling Intramurals; Band; 
Glee Club; My Fair Lady; Latin Club; J.C.L; Jr. 
Civitan. 

Future Plans: College 

John Spencer Huddleston Flud 

Freshman Class V.P.; V. Footall; J.V. Basketball; 
Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; Band; Glee Club; 
Jr. Civitan; Spanish Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Thomas Byrne Huddleston Hud 

Freshman Class Treas; V. Football; J.V. Basketball; 
Volleyball, Basketball Intramurals; Band; Glee Club; 
Spanish Club; Jr. Civitan; Latin Club. 

Future Plans: College, Medicine 


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Jeffrey Thomas Hudson Jeff 

J.V. Wrestling; Wrestling Intramurals; Bowling Club; 
Latin Club; Swimming Club. 

Harry C. Hunter Hare 

Tri-M; A.S.B. Representative; Class Treas; A.S.B. 
Convention Delegate; J.V. Basketball; Tennis; Foot¬ 
ball Intramurals; Concert Band. 

Future Plans: College 

Elin Wendy Hustvedt Horsefat 

S.A. Representative; Powder Puff; Volleyball Intra¬ 
murals; Girls’ Ensemble; A Capella Choir; Latin Club; 
Tri-Hi-Y; J.C.L; Pep Club; Jr. Civitan. 

Future Plans: College 

Patricia Ann Igo Patti 

Glee Club; Drama Club; French Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Tatum Allen Jackson Tate 

Wrestling; Soccer Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 

Steven A. Jameson Steve 

Stamp Club. 

Future Plans: Dentistry 




Rebecca Joyce Jarman Becky Jo 

German Honor Society; A Capella Choir; Glee Club; 
Carousel. 

Future Plans: Music Education 

Patricia Ann Jepson Pat 

Sr. Honor Society; V. Basketball; Basketball, Volley 
ball Intramurals; Library Asst; Glee Club; G.R.A.A. 
Future Plans: College 

David M. Johnson Dave 

S.A. Representative; Basketball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 

Philippe Geyer Jones Frenchie 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; French Honor 

Society; Key Club; Freshman Football; Tennis; Ma¬ 

chine Room Asst; A.F.S. 

Future Plans: College 


SENIORS 81 






Albert Edward Jordan Ed 

V. Swim Team; A.F.S; Rifle Club. 

Future Plans: College 

William Simon Kamminga Bill 

Future Plans: College 

Martha Ann Kapplinger Marty 

Concert Choir; German Club; J.C.L; Art Guild. 

Future Plans: College 

Kathleen Lynn Kearney Kathy 

Sr. Honor Society, Sec; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit 
Letter of Commendation; Girls’ State; Jr. Represen¬ 
tative; Sr. Class Sec; Latin Honor Society; Keyette 
Chaplain, Sec; Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; 
Freshman Cheerleader; J.V. Cheerleader; V. Cheer¬ 
leader, Capt; Office Asst; Tri-Hi-Y, V.P; Pep Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Carol Patricia Kelley Patty 

A-Blast Staff; Fall-out Staff; Volleyball Intramurals; 
Library Asst; Jr. Jollies; Sophomore Sillies; Pep 
Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

Kevin Joseph Kelley Kevin 

Freshman, V. Football; V. Wrestling; Basketball Intra¬ 
murals; Astrology Club; British American Relations 
Club; Science Club; Math Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Patricia Louise Kemp Pat 

Woodson S.C.A.; Keyette Club; Powder Puff; Tri-Hi- 
Y; Pep Club, V.P. 

Future Plans: College 

Paula Farrell Kennedy Paula 

Girls’ Ensemble; Advanced Girls’ Chorus; Spanish 
Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: Nursing School 

Paul Kenneth Ketcham Paul 

V. Cross Country; V. Wrestling; Cross Country Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Helen Kilpatrick Helen 

Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; Office Asst; 
Clinic Aid; V.O.T; Pep Club; Bowling Club. 

Future Plans: Work 

Richard P. Kimzey Richard 

Freshman Football; D.E.; D.E. Club, Pres. 

Future Plans: College 

Thomas Sherwood Kincy Tom 

S.A. Representative; Spanish Honor Society; Fresh¬ 
man Basketball; J.V. Basketball; Golf; Spanish Club, 
V.P. 

Future Plans: College 


82 SENIORS 

















Just hear those gears grind as Don 
Greeley gets to work! 


James W. King Jim 

J.V., V. Football, Jr. Jollies; Chess Club; French Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Susan Elizabeth King Sue 

Antenna Staff; Office Asst; V.O.T; Pep Club; Math 
Club; F.T.A; Spanish Club. 

Future Plans: College 

James Michael Kirk Mike 

J.V. Cross Country; Track Intramurals; Spanish Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Ronald James Klingensmith Ron 

Freshman, J.V, V. Football; Freshman Basketball; V. 
Baseball. 

Future Plans: College 

James Christopher Kohn Chris 


Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Boys’ State; 
S.C.A. Cabinet Member; Freshman Class V.P; Soph. 
Class Pres; Jr. Class Pres; Sr. Class Pres; Key Club, 
Sec; Freshman, J.V. Basketball; Basketball Intra¬ 
murals; A Capella Choir; Bye Bye Birdie; My Fair 
Lady; Carousel. 

Future Plans: College 

Jonathan M. Kraushaar Jonathan 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; German Honor 
Society; French Honor Society; A-Blast Staff; 
Machine Room Asst; German Club; Chess Club; Math 
Club. 

Future Plans: Engineer 



SENIORS 83 








Mike 



Michael F. Kulina 
Future Plans: College 

Kay A. Kurtz Kay 

Powder Puff; Basketball Intramurals; C.O.P. 

Future Plans: College 

Thomas Alan LaFone Tom 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Spanish Honor 
Society; Key Club; V, J.V. Cross Country; J.V. Track 
& Field; Machine Room Asst; Spanish Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Linda Ann LaMantia Linda 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Spanish Honor 
Society; Keyette Club, Sec; Office Asst; Pep Club, 
Sec. 

Future Plans: College 

William Lee Lamb Bill 

Concert Band; Symphonic Band; Carousel. 

Future Plans: College 

Katherine Lee Lambert Kathy 

V. Softball; Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; Pep 
Club. 

Future Plans: Secretary 


Carol Ann Langhorne Carol 

Powder Puff; Volleyball, Basketball Intramurals; 
Office Asst; Library Asst; You Can’t Take It With You; 
Stage Crew; Tri-Hi-Y; Business Club; Jr. Civitans; 
Young Life. 

Future Plans: Legal Secretary 

John Wayne Langin John 

D.E. Club. 

Future Plans: IBM Operator 

John Stephen Latimer Steve 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit Letter 
of Commendation; “It’s Academic,” alternate; J.V. 
Debate Team; V. Wrestling; Soccer, Wrestling Intra¬ 
murals; Jr. Civitans. 

Future Plans: Electrical Engineer 

John Bennett Laugerman, Jr. John 

Sr. Honor Society; J.V. Track & Field; Rifle Team; 

Swim Team; Swim Club. 



84 SENIORS 







Stephen Lee Lawrence Steve 

Swim Club. 

Future Plans: Armed Forces 

Gletta Fay Layne Gletta 

Future Plans: Business School 

Carol Anne Leach Carol 

C.O.P; Tri-Hi-Y; Jr. Civitans; Business Club; Pep 

Club; Drama Club. 

Future Plans: Legal Secretary 

Charles Alan Lee Charlie 

Future Plans: College 

Kathryn Burks Lee Kathy 

Basketball Intramurals; Concert Band; Symphonic 


Band; Girls’ Chorus; My Fair Lady; Carousel; French 
Club. 

Future Plans: College 

David Cooke Lerch Dave 

J.V. Wrestling; Girls in 409; Carousel; Chess Club; 
Young Life. 

Future Plans: Navy 


Carol May Lewis Carol 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Antenna Staff; 
Office Asst.; Pep Club; French Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

Carolyn Ann Lewis Carolyn 

A-Blast Staff; Pep Club; Spanish Club; Latin Club; 
Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: Social Worker 

Andrew Arthur Loberg Andy 

Freshman Football; Freshman Basketball; J.V., V. 
Wrestling; Soccer; J.V., V. Track & Field; Wrestling, 
Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; Machine Room 
Asst; Swim Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Dennis Allen Logan Dennis 

French Honor Society; Tennis; Basketball Intramur¬ 
als; Jr. Civitans; French Club; Young Life. 

Future Plans: College 

Vicki Margo Long Vic 

Jr. Honor Society; German Honor Society; Powder 
Puff; Office Asst; F.T.A.; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; Jr. Civi¬ 
tans; Young Life; Sophomore Sillies; Jr. Jollies. 
Future Plans: College 

Linda Margaret Lorenz Linda 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Latin Honor 
Society, Sgt.-at-Arms; Fall-out Staff; Keyette; Powder 
Puff; Tri-Hi-Y, Treas; Latin Club. 



SENIORS 85 








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Stephen Emmett McElmurry Steve 

Sr. Honor Society; Latin Honor Society; “It’s Aca¬ 
demic,” alternate; Key Club; J.V. Football; V., J.V. 
Wrestling; J.V. Track & Field; Basketball Intramurals. 
Future Plans: Doctor 

Virginia Manly Ginny 

Majorettes; Carousel; Drama Club, Treas; Tri-Hi-Y; 
Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Edda Mapelli Edda 

Keyette Club; A.F.S. Club; Bowling Club; Latin Club. 
Future Plans: College 


John Francis Loretti John 

Latin Club; Freshman Basketball; V. Baseball; Bas¬ 
ketball, Speedball, Football Intramurals; Jr. Civitan. 
Future Plans: College 

Janice Allene Lowery Jan 

S.C.A. Representative; Girls’ Ensemble; Stage Crew; 
Great Books Club; Pep Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

Richard Phillip Lynch Rick 

S.C.A. Representative; V, J.V., Freshman Football; 
J.V., Freshman Basketball; Rifle Team. 

Future Plans: College 

Patricia Ann McClellan Pat 

Basketball Intramurals; Concert Band; Symphonic 
Band; F.T.A.; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

David James McCloskey Dave 

Golf Team; Basketball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 

Elizabeth Shurland McDonald Sherry 

Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 



Anyone for chess? 


86 SENIORS 





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Neal Ellis and Sue Covell gladly demonstrate the amiability of the 
Senior Class. 


Virginia Sue Martin Ginny 

D.E.; Concert Choir, Pres; My Fair Lady; Carousel- 
Bye Bye Birdie; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: Beauty School 

Patricia Ann Marusak Pat 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Girls’ State; 
Sophomore S.C.A. Rep; Art Comm. Chairman; Latin 
Honor Society, Pres; Activities Comm; Keyette Club, 
Jr., Sr. Rep; Freshman Cheerleader; V Cheerleader, 
Co-capt; Latin Club; Pep Club; Drama Club, Sec. 
Future Plans: College 

Ronald Ray Massey Ron 

Bowling Club. 

Future Plans: College or Technical School 

Barbara Mayhall Barb 

Spanish Honor Society, V.P.; Keyette Club; Sweet¬ 
heart Court; Powder Puff; Volleyball, Ping Pong 
Intramurals; V. Cheerleader; Talent Show, 1st place; 
A Capella Choir; Bye Bye Birdie; Carousel; Spanish 
Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Biology Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Mary Anne Meadows Mary 

D.E; D.E. Club. 

Future Plans: Work 

Karen Marie Meehan Karen 

Basketball Intramurals; C.O.P; F.B.L.A.; Spanish 
Club. 

Future Plans: Business School 

Susan Menigat Susan 

A-Blast Staff; V. Basketball; Basketball, Volleyball 
Intramurals; Office Asst; C.O.P; F.B.L.A. Reporter; 
F.H.A., Sec; Tri-Hi-Y; F.H.A., Reporter; Swim Club. 
Future Plans: Legal Secretary 

Maria Louisa Mesebluu Maria 

Softball Team. 

Future Plans: Business Training 

Claude Daniel Miller Jr. Dan 

Future Plans: Art 



SENIORS 87 










John 



John Charles Miller 

Cross Country. 

Future Plans: College 

Linda Joy Mitchell Mitch 

V.O.T; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: Secretarial School 

Thomas F. Mitchell Tom 

Jr. Honor Society; S.A. Representative; H.R. Repre¬ 
sentative; V, J.V, Freshman Football; Softball, Speed- 
ball, Basketball Intramurals. 

Future Plans.: College; Oceanography 

Franklin Meetze Monroe Jr. Frankie 

Freshman Football; Young Life. 

Future Plans: Work 

Candy H. Moore Candy 

Library Club; Latin Club. 

Raymond E. Moore Ray 

J.V. Football; D.E; D.E.C.A, V.P; Swim Team. 

Future Plans: College 




Gary Charles Morgan Gary 

J.V. Football, Mgr; V. Wrestling, Mgr; S.A.M, V.P; 
Coin Club, Treas. 

Future Plans: College 

Dennis Charles Morris Thelonius 

Concert Band; Stage Band; Symphonic Band; Carou¬ 
sel. 

Future Plans: College 

Walton Davis Morris Jr. Walt 

Jr. Honor Society; Latin Honor Society, V.P; Basket¬ 
ball, Wrestling, Track, Football, Softball Intramurals; 
Latin Club; Chess Club; Debate Club; J.C.L. 

Future Plans: College 

William Robert Morrison Jr. Bill 

A-Blast Staff; Basketball, Softball Intramurals; Latin 
Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Peggy Mae Morton Peggy 

D.E. 

Future Plans: Work 

Gayle Elaine Murphy Murf 

S.C.A. Representative; S.A. Representative; Magazine 
Drive Comm; V.O.T 
Future Plans: College 

Mary Susan Murphy Mary 

Tri-Hi-Y; Jr. Civitan. 

Future Plans: College 

Donald Marvin Nafus Don 

Softball, Soccer Intramurals; Concert Band. 

Future Plans: College 

Sonja Eileen Newland Sonja 

Thespians, Treas; Keyette Club; Volleyball, Ping Pong 
Intramurals; J.V. Cheerleader; V. Cheerleader; Office 
Asst; Talent Show, 1st Place; Girls’ Ensemble; A Ca- 
pella Choir; My Fair Lady; Finian’s Rainbow; Tri-Hi-Y; 
Pep Club; Spanish Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Joseph Thomas Newton Tom 

J.V. Wrestling; Soccer; Volleyball, Wrestling, Speed- 
ball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: Commercial Pilot 

Peter Johns Nickerson Pete 

Freshman, Sophomore Representative; V, J.V, Fresh¬ 
man Football; V, J.V, Freshman Basketball; V, J.V. 
Baseball. 

Future Plans: Medical School 

Candace Rose Nieman Candi 

Antenna, Art Editor; Fall-out Staff; Powder Puff; Tri- 
Hi-Y; Jr. Civitan Club; Art Guild. 

Future Plans: College 



SENIORS 89 





Barbara Anne Nolen 
V.O.T. 

Future Plans: Work 


Barbara 



Pamela Elizabeth Norton Penny 

Sr. Honor Society; Freshman Class Sec; Freshman 
Activities Comm, Chairman; Sophomore Activities 
Comm, Chairman; Publicity Comm, Chairman; V. De¬ 
bate Team; Athletic Office Sec; Biology Lab Asst; 
F.T.A., V.P, Pres; Biology Club, Sec; Spanish Club, 
V.P; Girls League, Sophomore Rep; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep 
Club, Pres; Rifle Club; Fairfax Co. F.T.A., Pres; G.A.A. 
Future Plans: College 

David Lee Nylander Dave 

Stage Crew; Rifle Club; Audio-Visual Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Jaccueline O’Brien Jacquie 

C.O.P; Swim Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Richard George Oderwald Rich 

National Merit Letter of Commendation; Library Asst; 
A Capella Choir; Bye Bye Birdie, My Fair Lady, Carou¬ 
sel. 

Future Plans: College 

Marylou Oliver Marylou 

German Honor Society; A-Blast Staff; Powder Puff; 
Office Asst; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; German Club; Stu¬ 
dent Council. 

Future Plans: College 


Stephen Preston Oliver Steve 

Sr. Honor Society; Key Club, Pres; J.V. Football. 
Future Plans: Medical Career—Neurosurgeon 

Karey Jean Olson Karey 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Keyette Club; 
Powder Puff; Office Asst; Concert Choir; Carousel; 
German Club; French Club; Pep Club, Treas; Tri-Hi- 
Y; F.T.A.; Jr. Civitan, Treas. 

Future Plans: Teaching 

Helen Frances Painter Helen 

V, J.V, Hockey; Basketball Intramurals; Library Asst; 
Symphonic Band; Carousel; Tammy; Boosters Club. 
Future Plans: Teacher 

Edward Wayne Papin Eddie 

Rifle Team; D.E. 

FuturePlans: College 



90 SENIORS 









Bruce Francis Parker Bruce 

Freshman, J.V. Football; J.V. Baseball; D.E. Club, II, 
III. 

Future Plans: College or Work 

Susan Elaine Parks Sue 

Freshman Class Treas; V. Basketball. 

Future Plans: College 

Frank McDaniel Parrotta Frank 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; J.V. Football; 
Track, Volleyball Intramurals; Concert Band. 

Future Plans: College 

Robert S. Parsons Bob 

Spanish Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Claire Ann Paschall Anne 


Sr. Honor Society, Sec; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit 
Semi-finalist; Girls’ State; S.C.A. Representative; Ger¬ 
man Honor Society, Pres; Fall-out, Prose Editor; Key- 
ette Club, Sec, Treas; Miss A.H.S. Court; V. Hockey; 
Guidance Asst; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

William A. Perdue Bill 

Soccer; Concert Band; Symphonic Band; Swim Club; 
Spanish Club; Drama Club. 

Future Plans: College 


James Michael Perricone Jim 

J.V. Cross Country; Soccer; French Club; Swim Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Leif Eric Peterson Leif 

Sr. Honor Society; Basketball Intramurals; Model 
United Nations; Mock Political Convention. 

Future Plans: Medical Field 

Carl Leslie Pew Carl 

Sr. Honor Society; Freshman Football; Rifle Team; 
Basketball, Baseball Intramurals; Lab Asst; Camera 
Club. 

Future Plans: Doctor 

Oden Rixey Phillips Jr. Rex 

V, J.V, Freshman Football; V. Wrestling; V, J.V. Track 
& Field; Basketball Intramurals; German Club. 

Terry Lane Plauger Terry 

D.E; Bowling Club. 

Future Plans: Work 

Judith Anne Poenicke Judi 

F.H.A. 

Future Plans: Business School 



SENIORS 91 
























Brian Robert Price Brian 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit 
Letter of Commendation; Boys’ State; Traffic Director; 
Election Officer; Senior Class Representative; French 
Honor Society, V.P; Antenna Editor; Key Club,Chap¬ 
lain; J.V. and V. Cross Country; Soccer; J.V. and V. 
Track & Field; French Club, V.P. and Pres. 

Future Plans: College—Law School 

George L. W. Price Flash 

Antenna Staff; S.C.A. Committees; Freshman, J.V, V. 
Football; J.V. and V. Track & Field. 

Future Plans: College 

James Carroll Pruett Jim 

J.V. Cross Country; Radio Club. 

Future Plans: Doctor of Medicine 

Betty Ann Prye 

Powder Puff; Girls’ Ensemble; My Fair Lady, Carousel, 
Bye Bye Birdie; Pep Club; French Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Ronald Norman Quasebarth Ron 

Freshman Football; Freshman, J.V. Basketball; Soft- 
ball, Volleyball, Basketball Intramurals; Jr. Civitan. 
Future Plans: College 

Sharon Ann Ralston Sharon 

D.E. 

Future Plans: Airline Hostess 

Jeanne Cora Ramme Jeanne 

Sr. Honor Society; Girls’ State Alternate; Antenna 
Staff; Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; Office Asst; 
Carousel, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay; Our 
Town; Spanish Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; G.A.A.; 

Nat. Theater Conference; Experiment in International 
Living Scholarship Alternate. 

Future Plans: College 

Delma Ann Rankin Delma 

V.O.T; Tri-Hi-Y; G.A.A. 

Future Plans: Secretary 

Milton Lamar Raphael Milt 

Concert Band; Symphonic Band; A.H.S. Stage Band; 
My Fair Lady; Spanish Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Virginia Elizabeth Rapp Ginny 

Jr. Honor Society; Powder Puff; Soccer, Archery 
Intramurals; Pep Club; Tri-Hi-Y, Sec, Treas. 

Future Plans: College 

Linda Maria Reynolds Linda 

Thespians; Powder Puff; Carousel; Drama Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Roy Reynolds Roy 

J.V. Football; J.V, V. Track and Field; Rifle Team; 
Basketball, Wrestling Intramurals; French Club; Bowl¬ 
ing Club. 

Future Plans: College 


92 SENIORS 










Pete Balas argues for motherhood, apple pie, and the American flag. 



Barry Evans pronounces the water at 
A.H.S. to be of the purest and freshest 
quality, and therefore fit for drinking. 



William Garratt Richardson Gary 

Key Club; J.V. Wrestling; Tennis; Football, Speedball 
Intramurals; Machine Room Asst; French Club; Rod 
& Gun Club, V.P. 

Future Plans: College 

Gary L. Richter Preacher 

Jr. Honor Society; Class Representative; Volleyball 
Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 

Robert Bruce Rider Bruce 

Sr. Honor Society, Pres; Jr. Honor Society, Pres; 
Nat. Merit Letter of Commendation; Boys’ State, Al¬ 
ternate; S.C.A. Representative; German Honor So¬ 
ciety; Key Club; V, J.V. Football; J.V. Basketball; 
Speedball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: Law, Politics 

Linda Ellen Rinearson Linda 

Jr. Honor Society; Keyettes; Powder Puff; Basketball, 
Baseball Intramurals; Homecoming Court; Office 
Asst; Concert Band; Carousel; French Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 
Future Plans: College 

Carolyn Ripani Carolyn 

Powder Puff; J.V. Cheerleader; Sophomore Sillies; 
Girls’ Ensemble; Bye Bye Birdie; My Fair Lady; 
Carousel; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 

John C. Risley John 

Soccer; Library Asst; Radio Club. 

Future Plans: Meteorology 



SENIORS 93 




Stephen K. Ritter Steve 

S.A. Representative; J.V. Track & Field; Rifle Team; 
Soccer; Speedball Intramurals; Spanish Club; Rifle 
Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Laura Kate Rodgers Katy 

Jr. Honor Society; French Honor Society; French 
Club; A.F.S. 

Future Plans College 




Michael R. Rodriguez Mike 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Latin Honor 
Society; Latin Club, Treas, V.P; J.C.L. 

Future Plans: College; Medicine 

James Thurman Root Jim 

Speedball Intramurals; R.O.T.C. 

Future Plans: College 

Linda Carol Ross Linda 

J.V, V. Hockey, Manager; Powder Puff; Volleyball 
Intramurals; Office Asst; Jr. Classical League, V.P.; 
Latin Club; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College, Sociology 

Mary Ellen Ross Mary 

French Club; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y; Y.W. Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Anne Alberta Rozamus Anne 

S.A. Representative; Basketball Intramurals; The De¬ 
cision; You Can’t Take It With You, Stage Crew; 
Rifle Club; Swim Club; Drama Club; Pep Club; F.T.A. 
Future Plans: Actress 

Frederick Douglas Rye Jinx 

S.A. Representative; Freshman, J.V, V. Football; J.V, 
V. Track & Field; Basketball Intramurals; Powder 
Puff Coach; My Fair Lady, Stage Crew. 

Future Plans: College 

Sandra Joy Sadler Sandy 

A-Blast, Staff; D.E.; Tri-Hi-Y; Spanish Club; Jr. Civi- 
tan. 

Future Plans: College 

Patricia Lynn Sari Patti 

Powder Puff; A Capella Choir; Bye Bye Birdie; My 
Fair Lady; Carousel; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y; F.T.A. 
Future Plans: Teaching or Secretarial Work 

Carlie Currie Saunders Charlie 

Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; Library Asst; 
Carousel; My Fair Lady, Make-up; A.F.S, Treas; Pep 
Club. 

Future Plans: College 


94 SENIORS 




Curt Walter Sayblack Curt 

Thespians, V.P; Concert Band; You Can’t Take It 
With You; The Mouse That Roared; Carousel; Bye 
Bye Birdie; My Fair Lady; Drama Club, Pres; A.F.S; 
French Club; Latin Club. 

Future Plans: College, Drama 

James Douglas Sayers Jim 

Future Plans: Electronics 

Yvonne Marie Schlegel Yvonne 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Spanish Honor 
Society; A Capella Choir. 

Future Plans: Nursing 

Marsha Jean Schmitt Marsha 

Volleyball, Tennis, Basketball, Badminton Intra¬ 
murals; Girls’ Ensemble; A Capella Choir; My Fair 
Lady; Carousel; G.R.A.A. 

Future Plans: Music Education 

John David Schmoyer John 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit Letter 
of Commendation; Basketball Intramurals; French 
Club, Treas; Chess Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Sharon Kaye Schoolar Sharon 

Thespians, Production Manager; Powder Puff; Bas¬ 
ketball, Volleyball Intramurals; Girls’ Ensemble; A 
Capella Choir; You Can’t It With You; Bye Bye Birdie; 
My Fair Lady; Carousel; Tri-Hi-Y; Drama Club. 

Future Plans: College 


James Edward Schoonover Schoonie 

Class Representative; Freshman Football; Basket¬ 
ball, Wrestling Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 

Marlene Emily Schwartz Marlene 

J.V. Cheerleader, Alternate; Guidance Asst.; Kappa 
Beta Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; French Club. 

Future Plans: College, Nursing 

Anne Madeline Segars Ann 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; French Honor 
Society, Historian; Keyettes, Historian; Fall-out Staff; 
Tri-Hi-Y; Russian Club, V.P. 

Future Plans: College 

Gary William Sherfey Gary 

Golf. 

Future Plans: College 




SENIORS 95 







Nancy Lee Smith Smitty 

D.E. 

Future Plans: Work 

Paula Jean Smith Paula 

Powder Puff; Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; 
Office Asst; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y, Pres; Pep Club; 
French Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Sandra Elizabeth Smith Sandy 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Sophomore, 
Junior Class Sec; Keyettes; Miss A.H.S.; Home¬ 
coming Court; Volleyball Intramurals; Freshman 
Cheerleader, Co-Capt; V. Cheerleader; Guidance 
Asst; Pep Club; Tri-Hi-Y; F.H.A. 

Future Plans: College; Home Economics 


Robert Blanton Siegle Bob 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit Let¬ 
ter of Commendation; Library Asst; French Club; 
Chess Club. 

Cathy Roberta Sigholtz Cathy 

J.V. Hockey; Powder Puff; Symphonic Band; F.T.A; 
German Club; G.R.A.A; Pep Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

Sharon Diane Skinner Teddy Bear 

V. Hockey; J.V., V. Basketball; V. Softball; Powder 
Puff; Basketball, Tennis, Volleyball, Track Intra¬ 
murals; A Capella Choir; My Fair Lady; Carousel; 
G.R.A.A, Treas; French Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Patricia Michele Sliff Pat 

Powder Puff; C.O.P; Ski Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Brenda Lynn Smith Brenda 

Powder Puff; Volleyball Intramurals; French Club; 
F.H.A.; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club; Swim Club. 
Future Plans: College, Nursing 

Lucia Elizabeth Smith Lu 

Jr. Honor Society; Keyettes; Office Asst; Girls’ En¬ 
semble; A Capella Choir; My Fair Lady; Carousel; 
French Club. 

Future Plans: College 



Seniors Phil Jones and Bruce Rider find 
time, in spite of themes and term papers, 
to brighten up the cafeteria for the Sweet¬ 
heart Dance. 


96 SENIORS 

















Mike Wade cheers up the Antenna staff with one of his bright, 
cheery remarks. 


Scott Sherman Smith Scott 

Latin Club; Chess Club. 

Future Plans: College; Psychiatry 

Pamela Winifred Smoak Pam 

Sr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit Letter of Commen¬ 
dation; Keyettes, Chaplain; Volleyball Intramurals; 
Guidance Asst.; French Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Marcia S. Snider Sandie 

J.V. Hockey; Powder Puff; Tennis Intramurals; Athle¬ 
tic Office Asst.; Girls’ Chorus; Pep Club; G.R.A.A.; 
Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: Dental Hygienist 

David Harlan Snow Dave 

J.V. Basketball; Basketball Intramurals; Concert 
Band; Symphonic Band; My Fair Lady; Carousel; 
Latin Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Kenneth James Spafford Ken 

Freshman Football; Freshman Basketball; Track, 
Baseball Intramurals; D.E.; D.E. Club. 

Theodore Arma Speakman Ted 

Sr. Class Committee, Props; Drama Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Donna L. Sprague Donna 

Office Asst.; Spanish Club; Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y. 
Future Plans: College 

Margaret Anna Spruill Peggy 

J.V., V. Basketball; J.V., V. Softball; Basketball, Arch¬ 
ery, Volleyball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 

Brian Douglas Spurlock Brian 

Future Plans: College 



SENIORS 97 







Mary Elizabeth Stanek Maribeth 

German Honor Society, Treas.; Volleyball, Basketball, 
Bowling, Tennis Intramurals; Library Asst.; Pep Club; 
G.R.A.A.; Latin Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College; Home Economics Teaching 

John David Starkey John 

Wrestling; Track, Basketball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 

Gerald E. Startzel, Jr. Skip 

Jr. Honor Society; V., J.V. Wrestling; Concert Band. 
Future Plans: College 

Nancy Kay Steele Nancy 

Library Asst.; Pep Club; Drama Club; F.B.L.A. 
Future Plans: Secretary 

Fred Phillip Stein, Jr. Fred 

Sr. Honor Society; Class Representative; Antenna 
Staff; J.V. Wrestling; Rifle Team; V. Swimming. 
Future Plans: College 

James Bowie Stevens Jimmy 

V. Football; Freshman, J.V., V. Basketball; J.V., V. 
Baseball; Basketball Intramurals. 

Future Plans: College 


Michael A. Stirrup Mike 

A-Blast Staff; Freshman Basketball; You Can’t Take 
It With You; Rifle Team; Drill Team. 

Anthony Vinicent Stockus Tony 

German Honor Society; Tennis; Library Asst.; Con¬ 
cert, Symphonic, Dance Band; Carousel; German 
Club; Chess Club. 

Future Plans: Business 

Sharon Sue Strecker Sharon 

V. Debate; Powder Puff; Basketball Intramurals; Of¬ 
fice Asst.; Spanish Club, Sec. 

Future Plans: Nursing 

Kathy Ann Street Kathy 

Jr. Honoor Society; Senior Class Representative; 
Volleyball, Basketball Intramurals; Guidance Asst.; 
Medical Club, Pres.; French Club; Tri-Hi-Y; Swim 
Club; G.R.A.A. 

Future Plans: Nursing 



98 SENIORS 






















Carol Lee Stringfellow Stringie 

V.O.T.; Girls’ Chorus; Bye Bye Birdie. 

Larry Strong Larry 

Concert Band. 

Future Plans: College 

Linda Sullivan Linda 

Powder Puff; Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; 

C.O.P.; Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Judy I. Suraci Judy 

Volleyball Intramurals; V.O.T.; Swim Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Glenn Walter Suter Glenn 

National Merit Letter of Commendation; Art Guild, 

Pres. 

Future Plans: College 

Roxana Lou Swartz Roxie 


Sr. Honor Society; Spanish Honor Society; Quill and 
Scroll; A-Blast Staff; Fall-out Staff; Spanish Club; 
German Club; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 


Robert Michael Sydenstricker Mike 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; National Merit 
Letter of Commendation; Spanish Honor Society; Key 
Club; Machine Room Asst; Spanish Club. 


Future Plans: College 

Patricia Tangas Trish 

Powder Puff; Tri-Hi-Y; Latin Club; French Club; Pep 

Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Philip Lee Tasker Philip 

Freshman Football; D.E.; Spanish Club; Chess Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Hector Jorge Tassara Hector 

Future Plans: College 

Alan Eugene Taylor Lanny 

Future Plans: College 

Joseph Nesbitt Tenhet Joe 

Future Plans: College 



SENIORS 99 














Elaine C. Tennant Elaine 

Sr. Honor Society, Treas.; Jr. Honor Society; French 
Honor Society; “It’s Academic”; Sec., Treas.; Public 
Relations Chairman; Freshman Class, Sec.; Keyette 
Club, Sec., V.P.; Fall-out, Art Editor; Bye Bye Birdie, 
Publicity Chairman; Experiment in International Liv¬ 
ing, Exchange Student to Austria. 

Bonnie Lou Thie Bonnie 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; J.V. Basket¬ 
ball; Powder Puff; Carousel; Spanish Club, Treas.; 
Tri-Hi-Y, Historian; Pep Club; Swim Club; Swim 
Team; Jr. Civitan. 

Future Plans: College 

Kathleen Thompson Kathy 

V. Debate; Library Asst.; Biochemistry Club; Wash¬ 
ington Jr. Academy of Sciences; National Capital 
and Virginia Jr. Astronomers; Red Cross. 

Future Plans: College 

Thomas Clifford Tighe Cliff 

V., J.V. Football; V., J.V. Wrestling; Wrestling Intra¬ 
murals; French Club; Mercersburg Academy, Mer- 
cersburg, Pennsylvania. 

Future Plans: International Relations 

Jean Marie Tinney Jean 

Quill and Scroll; J.V. Debate; Nat. Merit Letter of 
Commendation; A-Blast, Editor; Keyette Club; Track; 
F.T.A.; Latin Club; Spanish Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

Judith Kay Townley Judy 

Jr. Historical Society of Colorado; German Club; 
Latin Club; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: Beautician 


Mike Sydenstricker and Steve McEI- 
murry demonstrate their scientific 
ability. 














John 


John Bryan Trenery 
Soccer; J.V. Track & Field. 

Future Plans: College, Chemical Engineer 


Maureen Lee Turner Renee 

Powder Puff; Basketball Intramurals; Office Asst.; 
Clinic Aid; C.O.P.; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: Secretarial Work 


Ralph Edward Turner, Jr. Ed 

D.E.; D.E. Club. 


Karen Lea Tuttle Karen 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society, Sec.; Latin 

Honor Society; Volleyball Intramurals; Spanish Club; 

Tri-Hi-Y; Pep Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Timothy K. Tyler Tim 

V. Football; V. Basketball; V. Cross Country; Rifle 
Team; Hockey, Baseball, Basketball, Swimming, Soc¬ 
cer Intramurals; School Projectionist Club, V.P. 
Future Plans: College 

Kim Edith Ulanowicz Kim 

French Honor Society. 

Future Plans: College 

Ruth Ann Ulery Ruth 

Powder Puff; Athletic Office Asst.; Concert Band; 
Pep Club; Fairfax County Road-E-O. 

Future Plans: College 

Paul Henry Underwood Paul 

Golf; Concert Band. 

Future Plans: College 

Carmen Upenieks Carmen 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; German Honor 
Society, Sec.; Keyette; Biology Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Tobi Colynn Valosio Tobi 

Powder Puff; V.O.T.; Concert Band; The Dear De¬ 
parted; A.F.S.; Drama Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: Work 

Patricia Sue Vanderburg Pat 

Nat. Merit Letter of Commendation; Bowling, Volley¬ 
ball Intramurals; Library Asst.; Guidance Asst.; Mixed 
Chorus; Spanish Club; F.T.A.; Showcase Committee. 
Future Plans: Social Work 

Arthur Lee Varnau Art 

D.E.; D.E. Club. 

Future Plans: Work 



SENIORS 101 











Dave 



Michael Martin Wakefield Mike 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society, Treas; Boys’ 

State; Spanish Honor Society; Key Club; V., J.V., 
Freshman Football; J.V. Baseball. 

Future Plans: College 

Donald E. Walker Don 

J.V., Freshman Basketball; Library Asst; Guidance 

Asst.; Spanish Club; Science Club. 

Future Plans: Lawyer; Teacher 

John Stephen Walker Steve 

Latin Honor Society. 

Future Plans: College 


David John Vendola 




Wrestling. 

Future Plans: Corporation Lawyer 


Vance Yaroslav Veynar Vance 

Rifle Team; Powder Puff Cheerleaders; Symphonic 
Band; German Club; Rifle Club. 

Future Plans; College 

Thomas B. Via Tom 

Freshman Football; A Capella Choir; Bye Bye Birdie; 
My Fair Lady; Carousel; Competitive Water Skier. 
Future Plans: College 




Lawrence Wayne Viel Larry 

Track Team; Talent Show; Symphonic Band; Bye Bye 
Birdie; Drum Major; Stage Band. 

Future Plans: College 


James Michael Wade Mike 

Nat. Merit Letter of Commendation; Freshman Class, 
Treas; Elections Comm., Publications Comm., An¬ 
tenna Staff; Soccer Team; Concert Band; Symphonic 
Band; My Fair Lady; Carousel; Russian Club, Treas; 
Biology Club; Swim Club. 

Future Plans: College; U.S. Navy 


Charles Edward Wafel Ed 

Future Plans: College 



102 SENIORS 


Dennis Logan, Pat Marusak, and Mike 
Wade are true examples of serious-minded 
seniors. 

























Seniors Karey Olson and Vicki Long carry out their duties as 
office assistants. 


James Walters James 

Stuart Allen Weinstein Stu 

Spanish Honor Society; A-Blast Staff; Freshman 
Basketball; Wrestling; Basketball, Wrestling Intra¬ 
murals; Spanish Club; Jr. Civitan; Young Life. 

Future Plans: Study Law 

Kentwood David Wells Kent 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; German Honor 
Society, V.P; National Merit Letter of Commendation; 
Latin Club; Biology Club, Pres. 

Future Plans: College 

Timothy Gene Whelan Tim 

J.V., V. Football; Freshman, J.V. Basketball; J.V., V. 
Baseball. 

Future Plans: College 

Bruce Douglas White Bruce 

Soccer; Softball, Basketball Football Intramurals; 
Latin Club; French Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Stephen Tracy White Steve 

J.V. Football Manager; V. Wrestling Manager; SAM, 
Pres. 

Future Plans: College 

Margie Anne Wilkerson Margie 

Basketball Intramurals; V.O.T; Majorette. 

Future Plans: Work 

Sandra Nan Wilkes Sandi 

Soph, Jr. Representative; Powder Puff; Guidance 
Asst; C.O.P; Pep Club; F.B.L.A; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: Secretary 

James Forrest Williams Jim 

D.E; Latin Club; D.E. Club. 

Future Plans: College 



SENIORS 103 







Judy Williams Judy 

Stewart Grant Williams Stu 

J.V. Basketball; V. Baseball; Letterman’s Club. 
Future Plans: College 




Charles Richard Willis Charles 

French Club; Latin Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Hardy M. Willis Monty 

Freshman, J.V., V. Football; V. Baseball; Jr. Civitans. 
Future Plans: College 

Randall Gordon Wilson Randy 

Sr. Honor Society; Fall-out, Staff; V. Football; V. Track 
& Field; Basketball, Volleyball Intramurals; French 
Club; Ski Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Robert Conly Windsor Bob 

V. Cross Country; V. Track and Field. 

Future Plans: College 

John Michael Winfield Mike 

Baseball, Soccer, Basketball Intramurals; Camera 
Club; Chess Club; Stamp Club. 

Future Plans: Aeronautical Engineer 

Margaret Ann Wisniewski Meg 

Volleyball Intramurals; Office Asst; Advanced Girls’ 
Chorus, Pres; My Fair Lady; Carousel; French Club; 
Pep Club; Tri-Hi-Y. 

Future Plans: College 

Edward Hugh Wood Flughie 

J.V. Basketball; J.V. Wrestling; Soccer; J.V. Track 
and Field; Volleyball, Wrestling, Softball Intramurals; 
Boys’ Club Coach. 

Future Plans: College 

Ann Marie Wooten Ann 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Quill and 
Scroll; A-Blast, Managing Ed.; Powder Puff; Tri-Hi- 
Y; Pep Club; Spanish Club. 

Future Plans: College 

Christopher Charles Worley Chris 

V., J.V. Wrestling; Wrestling Intramurals; Latin Club. 
Future Plans: College 


104 SENIORS 















Carolyn Elizabeth Wright Carol 

Track, Basketball, Intramurals; Clinic Aid; Caduceus 

Club, Corresponding Sec.; French Club. 

Future Plans: Nursing School 

Linda May Yanker Lin 

Volleyball Intramurals; Girls’ Ensemble; A Capella 

Choir; Girls’ Chorus; Inner Choir; Junior Jollies; Bye 
Bye Birdie; My Fair Lady; Carousel; Spanish Club; 
Latin Club. 

Future Plans: Nursing Career 

Margell Mei Yep Margie 

Powder Puff; Volleyball, Softball, Basketball Intra¬ 
murals; Girls’ Ensemble; A Capella Choir; My Fair 
Lady; Carousel; Tri-Hi-Y; Drama Club; Pep Club. 
Future Plans: College 

Dick Howell Young Jr. Dick 

Sr. Honor Society; Jr. Honor Society; Nat. Merit Semi¬ 
finalist; Spanish Honor Society, Sec.-Treas; Key 
Club; Wrestling Intramurals; Machine Room Asst. 
Future Plans: Research Physicist 

John Peter Zmud John 

Nat. Merit Letter of Commendation; A-Blast, Staff; 
Basketball Intramurals; Concert Band; Symphonic 
Band; Russian Club, Pres. 

Future Plans: College 

James Patrick Zook Jim 

Tennis Team; Basketball Intramurals; French Club. 
Future Plans: Lawyer 




Seniors Mike Wade and Fred Stein test their theory for the elimination of under¬ 
classmen. 


SENIORS 105 













ORGANIZATIONS 


106 ORGANIZATIONS 












































Every goal at AHS rose higher in 1966. 
Emphasis on grades was greater, 
more time was demanded, 
subjects were harder. 
Despite these growing pressures, the 
honor societies were still filled, 
service clubs increased their activities, 
and athletic clubs strove harder 

for success. 
A precedent was set - 
a standard for future years to follow. 


ORGANIZATIONS 107 






SENIOR 

HONOR 

SOCIETY 




First row: Rita Katz, Anita Coles, Joan Gardner, Mike Hamilton, Lucy McCoy, Frances Cirillo, Eileen Spaulding. 
Second row: Pat Cassidy, Nancy Youngren, Bonnie Kelleher, Patti Bland, Diana Dreiss, Jan Storm, Flo Moses, 
Janet Dunn, Lauren Gordon. Third row: Ted Upchurch, Jean Swartz, Debby Hubbard, Pat McCoy, Sue 
McFarland, Fred Moses, Merrilee Fellows, George Nield, Kathy Willit, Cheryl Bracken, Lois D’Angelo. 




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First row: Linda Lorenz, Sally Andrews, Eugenia Braun, Jim Asselstine, Pat Marusak, Bruce Rider, Pres; 
Elaine Tennant, Kathy Kearney, Ann Paschall. Second row: Jean Ramme, Bonnie Thie, Donna Bray, Linda 
Albright, Sandy Smith, Charles Blyth, Pam Smoak, Ann Segars, Kathy Hopkins, Carol Lewis, Roxanne 
Swartz, Bruce Donnelly. Third row: Yvonne Schlegel, Carmen Upineks, Pat Jepson, Joan Cassidy, Penny 
Norton, Linda Lamantia, Mike Rodriguez, Bob Siegel, John Schmoyer, Kent Wells, Jonathan Kraushaar, 
Fred Stein. Fourth row: Randy Wilson, Dick Young, John Laugerman, Carl Pew, Barry Evans, Herman 
Ertishweiger, Don Harrison, Chris Kohn, John Haycock, Steve Oliver, Brian Price, Tom La Fone, Mike Syden- 
stricker, Steve McElmurry. 




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JUNIOR 

HONOR 

SOCIETY 


ORGANIZATIONS 109 


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SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY 



First row: Linda Lamantia, Dick Young, Sandra Dotson, Jeanne Mosser, Lin Tucker. 
Second row: Barbara Mayhall, Yvonne Schlegle, Jan Gullege, Linda Albright, Roxanne 
Swartz, Lesley Friend, Valerie MacMillan. Third row: Tom LaFone, Gary Herman, Mike 
Sydenstricker, Kathy Johnson, Linda Clark, George Neild. Not pictured: Stephanie Steiger. 


GERMAN HONOR SOCIETY 

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First row: Bruce Donnelly, Marybeth Stanek, Anne Paschall, Kent Wells, Carmen Upenicks, 
Bruce Rider. Second row: Barry Evans, Vicki Jameson, Krista Gordon, Marylou Oliver, 
Vicki Long, Elaine Tennant, Tony Stokus. Third row: Bob Stanners, Diane Fraser, Becky 
Jarman, Harriet Trentholm, Jeff Fulton, Jonathan Kraushaar, David Fleischer. 


110 ORGANIZATIONS 






LATIN HONOR SOCIETY 



First row: Robert Sprinkle, Pat Marusak, Mike Rodriguez. Second row: Linda Lorenz, 
Frances Cirillo, Kathy Willett, Carl Pew, Andy Pedersen. 


FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY 



First row: Eugenia Braun, Elaine Tennant, Pres; Brian Price, Ann Segars, Second row: 
Don Harrison, Muriel Johnson, Cathy Klotz, Kathy Hopkins, Laura Rodgers. 


ORGANIZATIONS 111 



















First row: Chris Kohn, Kathy Street, Anne Paschall, Elaine Tennant, Terry Grange, Doug Arthur, 
Bruce Rider, Brian Price. Second row: Linda Quasenbarth, Pete Checkovich. Third row: Brenda 
Williams, Sally Bard, Rick Clark, Jamie Kearney, Diana Dreiss, Jim Paul, Joan Gardner. Fourth 
row: Richard Tinney, Rick Ellson, Bonnie Sullivan, Debbie Yantis, Linda Austin, Ti Thompson, 
Greg Craft, Judy Paschall, Carol Merryman. 



Cabinet: First row: Chris Kohn, John Fellows, Neal 
Ellis, Bruce Elliott, Terry Burgler, Mike Albro, Brian 
Price, Malcolm Groome, Richard Fulton, Richard 
Clark. Second row: Terry Grange, Hope Heaven, 
Stephanie Steiger, Pat Marusak. 


A successful meeting at the legislature ends. 

















S C A 

“Who’s going to chaperone the dance 
Friday night?” 

“Are all of the ballots for Wednesday’s 
elections printed?” 

These are some of the bits of conversa¬ 
tion heard through the door of room 111 dur¬ 
ing seventh period, the S.C.A. study hall. In 
her first year as its sponsor, Mrs. Woodson 
found all the S.C.A.’s problems ending up as 
her responsibilities. 

With students heading committees for ac¬ 
tivities, publicity and elections, the job of 
President Terry Burgler, although still great, 
was lessened. Some of the more notable ac¬ 
complishments of the S.C.A. this year were 
the Homecoming weekend, the Miss Annan- 
dale Contest, S.C.A. elections and numerous 
dances. 



Mrs. Woodson did her best to try to please all of 
the people all of the time. 



Officers: Stephanie Steiger, secretary; Terry Burgler, president; Mrs. Woodson, sponsor; 
Hope Heaven, treasurer; Malcolm Groome, vice-president. 


ORGANIZATIONS 113 




First row: Richard Fulton, Jim Carter, Neal Ellis, Steve Oliver, Brian Price, Mike Wakefield. Second row: 
John Fellows, Dick Young, Bill Schless, Malcolm Groome, Mike Sydenstricker, Steve McElmurry. Third 
row: Pat Petersilia, Phil Jones, Terry Burgler, Don Harrison, Gary Richardson, Tom La Fone. 


KEY CLUB 

“I can’t get no, satisfaction,” rang the 
words of the infamous Key Club band — 
Mogan David and the Grapes of Wrath. Of 
course, this band played only when the Key 
Club, led by Steve Oliver, took a break from 
its heavy schedule of activities. School pro¬ 
jects included raising and lowering the flags, 
parking cars for Back-to-School Night and 
the Miss Annandale Contest, farming se¬ 
lected plots for the newly constructed courts, 
and building a prize-winning float for Home¬ 
coming. Other important services rendered 
were finding homes of the tennis players, 
running the school store, and sponsoring 
Safety Week for the second time. 

Community service was not forgotten ei¬ 
ther. The Blind Bowlers of America were 
helped as were the workers at the Fairfax 
T.B. center. When K Clubbers helped the 
Kiwanis sell both fireworks and Christmas 
trees, they found the self satisfaction of serv¬ 
ice; they found other rewards at the Conven¬ 
tion in Norfolk. 


When Key Clubbers McElmurry, Klearney, and 
Kohn aren’t working, they practice their magic 
tricks. 



114 ORGANIZATIONS 







First row: Kathy Hopkins, Sally Andrews, Kathy Rinearson, Debbie Twardy, Susan Sowers, Pam Smoak, 
Vicki Andrews, Sandy Goodman, Linda Lorenz, Ann Segars. Second row: Lu Smith, Kathy Klotz, Diane 
Hickey, Sue Cooke, Kathy Anderson, Sue Coveil, Pat Marusak, Kathy Kearney, Hope Heaven, Sonja New- 
land, Jean Tinney. Third row: Denise Rodriguez, Eugenia Braun, Barbara Scherer, Linda Rinearson, Anne 
Paschall, Karen Rasmussen, Harriet Trenholm, Rosie Mason, Elaine Tennant, Barbara Mayhall, Bonnie 
Keleher, Karey Olson. 


KEYETTES 


Annandale’s weekend warriors on the artillery field. 


Starting the year by winning the Home¬ 
coming Float competition, the Keyettes main¬ 
tained a full schedule of activities. With bake 
sales, a shoe shine, and the sale of traditional 
vegetable corsages for the Sadie Hawkins 
dance, they raised money for the Peace 
Corps. The championship tennis players were 
greeted by Keyettes, and the Keyette Na¬ 
tional Convention in D.C. was the memorable 
climax of another year of service. 


Sally Andrews stands guard as the Keyette 
clean-up squad works. 




ORGANIZATIONS 115 


JUNIOR CIVITANS 







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First row: Elizabeth Estes, Laurie Crichton, Janet 
Overguard, Betty Johnson, Diane George. Second 
row: Sherry Mitchell, Ralph White, Bonnie Keleher, 
Fred Sauer, Jan Storm. 


“Fruitcakes, anyone?” questioned the 
Junior Civitans at Christmastime. This pro¬ 
fitable activity was one of the many projects 
sponsored by this young, active club. Again 
finding themselves in the selling market, the 
Civitans sold candy to please the palate and 
safety flares to assure the stranded motorist 


of his safety. They also entered a float in 
the Homecoming float competition, and after 
each home football game, the Civitans took 
it upon themselves to clean up the stadium. 
As a final service project, they cared for a 
mentally retarded child. 


First row: Robyn Long, Carol Buckingham, Pam Johnson, Marilyn Nossen, Carolanne Leach. Second row: 
Ann Elmore, Lyn McCann, Linda Quasebarth, Karey Olson, Vicki Long, Anita Mosher, Sharon Storm, Linda 
Haisley. Third row: Bruce Donnelly, Don Cordes, Terry Glenn, Curt Sayblack, Stu Weinstein, Ron Quase¬ 
barth, Debbie Dreyer, Mike Donnelly, Bill King. 















First row: Carol Snider, Penny Norton, Karey Olson. Second row: Wende Sylvester, Ann Ritchey, Merri- 
lee Fellows, Nancy Baydala, Cathy Raftery, Mary McDonald, Cheryl Maxwell, Linda Clark. Third row: 
Shari Adams, Linda Widdicombe, Linda Quarforth, Ellen Douglas, Helen Sorrell, Nancy Heiser, Jackie 
Brown, Pam Sargent. Fourth row: Pat Hasie, Pat Arcurie, Miranda Starre, Ann Hagan, Vicki Ange, Becky 
Jarman, Theresa Wilhelm. 


Carol Snider, Penny Norton, and Walt Morris polish 
up our trophies. 


PEP CLUB 


Without a doubt, the Pep Club is one of 
the most active and appreciated clubs in 
the school. Hall decorations for each sport 
as well as locker signs for each athlete rank 
high on the list of club activities. Remem¬ 
ber those balloons that went up when the 
Atoms scored their first touchdown? The Pep 
Club was there too, selling the balloons. The 
bulletin boards in the cafeteria bear the 
words of the Pep Club urging the Atoms on 
to more and more victories. Do you think this 
is enough to keep the club active? NO! They 
decorated for both Homecoming and Snow¬ 
ball dances, sponsored Spirit Week, deco¬ 
rated the football goalposts, shined our many 
trophies and gave us the spirit it took to be 
number one! 



ORGANIZATIONS 117 






FRENCH CLUB 


Le Cercle Francais, better known as the 
French Club, is sponsored by Mrs. Demcak. 
Officers Muriel Johnson, Karen Rasmussen, 
Rose Mason, and Kathy Klotz, kept the club 
busy with novel activities such as Inter-club 
Christmas parties, a slide show filmstrip, and 
bingo parties. Mrs. Morrell gave a talk on her 
recent trip to France, and a panel discussion 
on French life by French students completed 
the events. 



Parlez-vous francais? 


First row: Karen Rasmussen, John Guili, Muriel Johnson, John Barber, John Tighe. Second row: 
Carol Cooper, Diane Hickey, Eileen Spalding, Joanne Smith, Jackie Brown, Cheryl Maxwell, Leslie 
Hayward, Linda Widdicombe. Third row: Kathy Klotz, Chris Bangert, Jan Kurtz, Carol Townsend, 
Diane George, Doreen LaFone, Claire Guthrie, Susan Engh, Libby Colen. Fourth row: Yvonne Ol¬ 
son, Lucy McCoy, Carrie Foster, Prue Kimbrough, Ruth Coombs, Sherry Collins, Rosie Mason. 



118 ORGANIZATIONS 









First row: Bob Ballard, Drew Ferguson, John Guili, David Fleisher, Tony Stockus. Second row: 
Kathy Ferguson, Barbara Mattingly, Janet Dunn, Merrilee Fellows, Ann Hagan, Dana Wells, Rox¬ 
anne Schwartz. 


Mrs. Worrell checks off the long list of names for the 
field trip to the 823. 



GERMAN CLUB 

The Oktuberfest and a dinner at a German 
restaurant were the primary activities of the 
German Club this year. Also featured was a 
German movie called Max und Moritz which 
was about the Katzenjammer Kids. 


ORGANIZATIONS 119 









RUSSIAN CLUB 



First row: John Zmud, Ann Seegars, Mike Wade, Terry Glenn. Second row: Susan Smith, Kathy 
Powell, John Tighe. 


During the Easter holidays the Russian 
Club, sponsored by Mrs. Little and guided 
by officers John Zmud, Terry Glenn, Mar¬ 
garet McLeod, and Mike Wade, was host to 
thirty Canadian Russian students from Ot¬ 
tawa, Ontario. The visitors, staying in the 
homes of Annandale Russian students, took 
a tour of Washington, D. C., and attended 
classes at Annandale. A banquet, a Christ¬ 
mas party, field trips, and a program at Poe 
Intermediate School rounded out the Russian 
Club’s list of Activities. 


Russian Clubbers discuss that abstruse Soviet theory 
concerning the possibility of spinning a Party ring. 




120 ORGANIZATIONS 





SPANISH CLUB 



Sue Cooke, Jim Carter, and Bonnie Thie con¬ 
template calling Madrid via Annandale’s 
telephone booth. 


In addition to the traditional trip to the 
Inter-American Defense Board, the Spanish 
Club participated in an inter-club Christmas 
party with the French Club and took a trip to 
a Spanish restaurant. Sponsored by Mrs. 
Yaskovic and Miss Carolyn Mack, the club 
also hosted a guest speaker and held a pic¬ 
nic at the end of the year. 


First row: Bill Schless, Bonnie Thie, Jim Carter, Sue Cooke, Jeanne Ramme. Second row: Ed Ley- 
sath, Linda Albright, Jan Gulledge, Frances Gastellum, Becky Smith, Mike McNamara. Third row: 
John Cameron, Tony Ruth, Bill Perdue, Frances Park. 



ORGANIZATIONS 121 






THESPIANS 



First row: Dave Fleisher, Eugenia Braun, Kathy Green, Mike Wade. Second row: 
Jeff Davidson, Donna Bray, Anne Rozamus, Joy Blacksmith, Linda Reynolds. Third 
row: Pat Cassidy, Lynn Cockrill, Bill Gwin, Bill Hovland. 


The Thespians didn’t need a float; they just went as they were. 



i 22 ORGANIZATIONS 














STAGE CREW 


Serving the double purpose of providing 
both entertainment and art for Annandale 
High School, the National Thespians and the 
Drama Club filled the year with activities. 
Under the direction of Mrs. Summers, the two 
clubs made a float for the Homecoming Pa¬ 
rade and sponsored the departmental play. 
The Drama Club also acted out the play “The 
Wall” which won many honors in competi¬ 
tion with other schools. Behind the scenes, 
the stage crew managed the lights and cur¬ 
tains, performing another invaluable service 
for the school. 



First row: Derek McJury, Jim Hoffman, Bob Stanners, 
Gary Herman. Second row: Steve Fred, Dexter Omori, 
Eric Lutz. 



DRAMA CLUB 


First row: Ginny Monly, Kathy Green, Anne Rozamus. Second row: Randy Blyth, Maureen McCar- 
ron, Donna White, Linda Reynolds, Margie Anders. Third row: Bob Coffeen, Prue Kimbrough, 
Dee Miller, Merry Meloncon, John Hagstrom. 





First row: Candy Krause, Eugene Braun, Sue Menigat. Second row: Ellen 
Green, Kathy Van Doren, Kathy Wade, Donna White, Jean Mosser, Louise Pat¬ 
rick, Ann Hagan. Third row: Frances Park, Melissa Goll, Kathy Thompson, 
Debbie Bowers, Robyn Long. 


One of the most interesting programs 
held by the Future Homemakers of America 
was a speech on Indian arts and crafts. 
Other areas of interest which were explored 
included a talk on wise money management, 
a program on modeling, and the annual 
spring fashion show for the P.T.A. 


Trips to the National Rehabilitation Cen¬ 
ter, Madison College, and Longwood College 
highlighted F.T.A. activities this year. The 
club also held a Faculty Welcome Tea in 
August, and provided decorations and re¬ 
freshments for the teachers’ lounges at 
Christmas. 


F.T.A. 



First row: Chris Brighter, Penny Norton, pres.; Marsha Nickerson. Second row: 
Leslie Hayward, Jackie Brown, Nancy Baydala, Maureen McCarron, Pam Lipp. 
Third row: Lucy McCoy, Peggy Jo Stidd, Dee Miller, Ann Cole, Janet Burt, Patsy 
Guidi. 


124 ORGANIZATIONS 











First row: Linda Black, Edda Mapelli, Bilge Candemir, Carol Folawn. Second row: Steve Bryant, Susan 
Engh, Frances Gastellun, Rosie Mason, Carlie Saunders. Third row: Ann Hagan, Libby Colen, Barbara 
Ritter, Bill House, Bill Curl. 


Edda Mapeli of Italy and Antonio Ocampo of Colom¬ 
bia make a temporary home at Annandale High 
School. 


A.F.S. 


Besides making our foreign exchange stu¬ 
dents feel at home, the A.F.S. Club works for 
an understanding between various nations 
and peoples. The club’s activities included 
a roller-skating party, Christmas carolling, 
sight-seeing trips to Washington, D. C., a 
potluck supper, square dances, and trips to 
foreign embassies. 



ORGANIZATIONS 125 








In addition to his other jobs, typist Brian Price edited 
this book. 

ANTENNA 

Full of enthusiasm from attending year¬ 
book conferences, a staff of more than twen¬ 
ty people commenced work on this yearbook 
in September. By January about ten people 
were still working, and a few retained some 
enthusiasm. By March only four or five work¬ 
ed, and no one had any enthusiasm. 

We would like to thank the few people 
whose dedication and skill contributed so 
much to the Antenna; Hap Ertlesh . . ., who 
not only took consistently excellent photo¬ 
graphs but also put in many hours develop¬ 
ing and printing them himself; Brian Price, 
editor, and Nan Wood, assistant editor, who 
were also sports, faculty, activities, and or¬ 
ganization editors and who spent innumer¬ 
able hours in the summer, after school, and 
on weekends planning, coordinating, and 
producing the Antenna; Anita Coles, who at 
any moment could give us the particulars 
about film, photographers, pictures, and 
cameras; Mike Wade for untangling our com¬ 
plicated and sometimes precarious financial 
status; the administration for the first year¬ 
book room that has been large enough; and 
Mr. Odom, our faculty advisor. 


Only through the conscientious efforts of Hap Ertl- 
schweiger has the Antenna received its pictures this 
year. 

Assistant editor Nan Wood combined her many tal¬ 
ents to add a bright touch to this year’s book. 


126 ORGANIZATIONS 






Jeanne Ramme, typist; Jan Gullege, typist; Becky Phillips, typist; Dianne Ross, Girl Friday; Lynn 
Malancon, typist; Carol Lewis, copy; Kathy Coles, copy. 


Bruce Donnelly and Mike Wade, business staff. 


Linda Albright, senior editor; Rich Tinney, freshman edi¬ 
tor; Kathy Rinearson, Barbara Rapp, junior editors; De¬ 
nise Worley, sophomore editor. 



Photographic staff: Fred Stein; Anita Coles, photographic editor; Jack Cox; Bill King; 
Susan Meyers. 






FALLOUT 



First row: John Fellows, Anne Paschall, Barry Evans, Elaine Tennant. Second row: Kathy Coles, 
Eugenia Braun, Alison Armstrong, Ann Segars, Roxane Swartz, Laura Burnett. Third row: Robert 
Stanners, Linda Lorenz, Missy Ellis, Deanette Halpin, Lin Tucker, Linda Clark. 


The creative side of student life is stimu¬ 
lated by the annual publication of the school 
literary magazine, Fall Out. Work on the mag¬ 
azine is done primarily by students, although 
Miss Aspinall always adds her special touch. 
After long hours of preparation on the part 
of both contributors and staff, a memorable 
magazine is produced which provides recog¬ 
nition for talent in the fields of poetry, prose, 
and art. 



Barry Evans, editor, is in for a surprise 


128 ORGANIZATIONS 










A-BLAST 



First row: Roxane Swartz, Jean Tinney, Ann Wooten, Alison Armstrong. Second row: Laura Tracy, 
Lynn Me Cann, Cecily Moore, Missy Ellis, Anne Elmore. Third row. Ted Upchurch, Cynthia Parks, 
Herman Ertleschweiger, Bob Grenier, Mary Lou Oliver. 


During seventh period, the staff works under the 
sponsorship of Mrs. Lisi. 


Due to the number and personality of its 
subscribers, a school newspaper frequently 
receives more than its share of criticism. This 
year the A-Blast added columns for each of 
the classes to its regular features which in¬ 
clude poetry and prose selections as well as 
sports and academic coverage. 








First row: Fred Gomez, Lenny Hudson, Bill Stanley, Dee Bowles, Bill Merica, Robbie Graham. Second row: 
Sharon Rolston, Pam Morrow, Mary Meadows, Gleta Layne, Joanne Botts, Linda Taylor, Wanda Judd. Third 
row: Ronnie Dickens, Joe Botts, Tom Dean, Eddie Turner, Bob Shanks, Ed Spanke, Jake Armstrong. Fourth 
row: Dan Miller, Phil Hart, John Lansing, Barry Eichenauer, Eddie Pappin, Phil Tasker, Earl Cox, Art Carney, 
Ernie Jones. 



In addition to co-sponsoring the Miss An- 
nandale Contest, the Distributive Education 
Club held an Emporium Banquet with Jeffer¬ 
son and Edison High Schools; Congressman 
Broyhill was the guest speaker. The club was 
also active in many regional and state con¬ 
tests in which several individual members 
were honored. 


Richard Kimzey helps manage D.E. business. 



130 ORGANIZATIONS 










1 iM 


m * * 


Gayle Murphy, Helen Kilpatrick, Kitty Beverly, Peggy Callaghan, Delma Rankin, Susan King, Margaret Darner, 
Margie Wilkerson, Barbara Nolen, Karen Beebe, Irene Suraci. 


Susan King takes a break from her adding 
machine duties. 


V.O.T. 


Vocational Office Training is open to all 
seniors who wish to work part-time during 
school. The members are given experience 
in filing, duplicating, bookkeeping, operating 
adding machines and other equipment, and 
many other valuable skills. Many of the mem¬ 
bers join the Future Business Leaders of 
America, a new club which was reactivated 
this year. 



ORGANIZATIONS 131 






















BIOCHEMISTRY CLUB 


First row: Don McCoy, Karen Magaldi, Bruce Elliott, Gary Herman. 
Second row: Jim Hoffman; Sponsor: Mr. Heinz. 


The Bio-Chemistry Club is an indepen¬ 
dent study course for gifted high school stu¬ 
dents who are interested in the field of bio¬ 
chemistry. In addition to a five-unit research 
course, the club takes part in field trips to 
the George Washington University Medical 
School where their sponsor, Mr. Heinz, is 
preparing his doctoral dissertation. 


132 ORGANIZATIONS 


Mr. Heinz checks the progress of his budding bio¬ 
chemists. 


, 













First Row: Krista Thie, Pat Hasie, Jane Vendola, Bonnie Thie, Penny Windsor, Chris Long, 
Marty Simon, Bill Chalkley, Norah Henry. Second Row: Nick Dennis, Richard Cross, Lee Saun¬ 
ders, Kim Kleinschmidt, Tom Hegarty, George Nield, Doug Arthur, Rick Arthur, Bill Moris. Third 
Row: Dave Harmon, Larry Shepherd, Joe Botts, Bob Timlin, George Ferfuson, Ted Tedesco, Steve 
Lawrence. 


Doug Arthur, Swim Club President. 



SWIM CLUB 


Every Monday night at the Starlite Aquatic 
Club, the members of the Swim Club gather¬ 
ed to practice for area swimming meets. 
However, it was not all work and no play, for 
occasional splash parties livened things up. 
A car wash and a bake sale also provided a 
diversion. 


ORGANIZATIONS 133 











VARSITY 

CHEERLEADING 



Gripping tension shows as Pat Marusak and 
Sue Coveil anticipate another touchdown. 



Pat Marusak, co-captain; Sonja Newland, Mary Dell 
Patrick, Jan Clay, Margaret Dreiss, Barbara Mayhall, 
Kathy Kearney, captain; Not pictured: Sandy Cook 
and Sandy Smith. 


Sandy Smith does her best to keep up with the sopho¬ 
more class cheering section. 



134 ORGANIZATIONS 








Muddy football fields, expensive uni¬ 
forms, after-school practices, wilted hair- 
does, frozen fingers, and sore throats not— 
withstanding, the cheerleaders succeeded in 
raising the spirits of our teams even during 
basketball season. Few spectators sitting 
cold, wet, and discouraged in the football 
stands could fail to be encouraged by the 
unquenchable spirit of the line of energetic, 
well-coordinated, and even good-looking red 
and white cheerleaders before them. 


Kathy Kearney, captain. 



“Go-o-o-o ATOMS!” 




ORGANIZATIONS 135 













FRESHMAN 

AND 

JUNIOR VARSITY 
CHEERLEADERS 

Promoting spirit for the underclass teams 
is the responsibility of the Junior Varsity and 
Freshman Cheerleaders. In addition to cheer¬ 
ing at the games, the girls held parties for 
the football teams, and made locker signs 
to decorate the school. However, the most 
important contribution of the cheerleaders 
was the focus of attention they brought to 
the Freshman and Junior Varsity teams, 
whose achievements are often overlooked. 


First row: Sally Sullivan, Carol Daughn, Thais Thomp¬ 
son. Second row: Leslie Hiscox, Vicki Wendt, Carolyn 
Dewey, Debbie Hepler. Third row: Joan Ramme, Kim 
Kleinschmit. 


First row: Bonnie Millner, Mary La Mantia, Brenda Williams, Sally Bard. Second row: Jean 
Schexnailder, Patty Bland, Joan Gardner, Jamie Kearney, Susan Merrow. Third row: Diana 
Dreiss. 



136 ORGANIZATIONS 









First row: John Smithers, Robert Sprinkle, John Fellows, Randy Blythe. Second row: 
Kathy Coles, Linda Hink, Anita Coles, Frances Cirillo, Kathryn Thompson. Third row: 
Dusty Wollard, Dave Harmon, Ed Leysath, Pat Cassidy. 


Resolved: The federal government should 
adopt a program of compulsory arbitration 
in labor-management disputes in the basic 
industries. Fireworks were often heavy as 
the members of the Annandale Debate Club 
argued the merits and disadvantages of the 
above topic. Although the team did not win 
every debate, they gained invaluable exper¬ 
ience in the art of forensics. 



DEBATE CLUB 

John Fellows and Jim Asselstine puzzle Miss Carter. 


ORGANIZATIONS 137 


SENIOR TRI-HI-Y 


Activities for the Kappa Beta Tri-Hi-Y this 
year were both fun and hard work. Their ser¬ 
vices to the community included volunteering 
for work at the Fairfax T.B. Center, contri¬ 
buting to World Service, visiting the Sleepy 
Hollow Nursing Home, and helping a needy 
family with contributions of food. On a broad¬ 
er scale, they supported a ten-year-old Kor¬ 
ean orphan, Kim Sung. Plans also included 
an Easter party for the retarded children at 
the Laurel, Maryland, Institute. 


First row: Margaret Dreiss, Linda Lorenz, Paula Smith, Mathy Kearney, Ginny Rapp, Bonnie Thie. Second 
row: Jean Tinney, Donna Bray, Jan Gulledge, Linda Albright, Karey Olson, Janice Lowery. Third row: Jean¬ 
ette Halpin, Elizabeth MacDonald, Terry Davidson, Vicki Long, Sandy Cook, Sonja Newland. Fourth row: 
Vicki Blood, Sheila Henry, Pat Kemp, Brenda Smith, Meg Wisniewski, Susie Cook, Linda Rinearson, Kathy 
Street, Eugenia Braun. 



138 ORGANIZATIONS 








First row: Mu Johnson, Karen Crouch, Kathy O’Donnell, Elaine Slifer, Pat Ruths. Second row: 
Judy Bacon, Jean Bell, Jan Hamil, Cathy Micklewright, Judi Palm, Kathy Ketcham. Third row: 
Ann Starker, Lynn Melancon, Cecily Moore, Becky Martin, Diane Guy, Bina Pagliero, Judy For¬ 
man, Joyce Wellde. Fourth row: Joan Sisson, Lorrie Wisniewski, Mimi Buckner, Pat Daly, Nancy 
Cauble. 


Phi Sigma Omega, the Junior Tri-Hi-Y, 
had an eventful year, filled with volunteer 
work, bake sales, and a wrecked Homecom¬ 
ing float. Most of their time was spent at 
Childrens’ Hospital, but a clothing drive for 
Junior Village was also included in their 
activities. Money for this and other projects 
was earned by a car wash and bake sales. 


JUNIOR TRI-HI-Y 


ORGANIZATIONS 139 













First row: Betsy Scott, Chris Geraci, Billie Gordon, Pat Hasie, Barbara Buckingham. Second row: 
Linda Smith, Sharon Thompson, Patti Jo Scott, Hulda Weixel, Vicki Stirrup, Barbara Ross, Becky 
Smith, Diane George, Julia Bierrer. Third row: Wendy Peek, Cathy Tidball, Helen Sorrell, Jan 
Storm, Penny Windsor, Janet Smoot, Adel Blankenbaker, Rizzie Estes, Sue Woods, Candi Krause. 


SOPHOMORE TRI-HI-Y’S 


Because of the large turn out, three sop¬ 
homore Tri-Hi-Y’s were formed, the goal of 
each being to serve the community. For a 
Thanksgiving Project the Phigma Kneutons 
prepared a turkey dinner and gave it to a 
needy family in Washington, D.C. Sigma Chi 
took Christmas gifts and refreshments to 
cheer up the children’s ward at Fairfax Hosp¬ 
ital. Together, Phigma Kneuton and Sigma 
Chi adopted a Brazilian child, and Phi Kappa 
Epsilon adopted an Indian orphan. The funds 
for these projects were earned by bake sales, 
a dance, and a car wash. 




140 ORGANIZATIONS 












First row: Carol Snider, Joan Gardner, Wende Sylvester, Ann Wesson, Cecelia Gephart. Second 
row: Mary Lou Richardson, Wendi Chandler, Linda Hospelhorn, Kristine Becker, Sue Hilson, Nancy 
Heiser, Pat Acuri, Anita Coles. Third row: Sue Bacon, Frances Cirillo, Ann Coles, Barbara Ladd, 
Janet Burt, Beth Cassedy. 


First row: Kathy Benson, Denise Worley, Ann Ritchey, Sally Bard, Jamie Kearney. Second row: 
Dee Miller, Maureen McCarron, Sally Ayres, Carolyn Sheen, Patti Bland, Mary La Mantia, 
Brenda Williams. Third row: Sherry Block, Ann Wood, Darlene Young, Geoganne Nicholson, 
Dana Wells, Lois D’Angelo. 



ORGANIZATIONS 141 









First row: Susan Myers, Laureen Gordon, Jane Hoffman, Jane Desmond, William Perdue, Helen Painter, Harriet 
Trenholm, Wilma Dalton, Kenneth Watson, Joanie Latimer, Billie Gordon, Merrilee Fellows, Elodie Taylor. 
Second row: Niel Butler, Kenneth Edelston, Tony Ruth, Pat McClellan, John Earl, Tony Stockus, Bennett Connelly, 
Joe Juliano, Eric Wilson, Steve Jenkins, Dan Hustvedt, Steve Fred, Larry Houseworth, Chuck Moebus, David Lowe, 
Skip Hanline, Jimmy Shaug, Alton Hollister, Larry Viel. Third row: Bill Benner, Susan House, Dianne Philleo, Susan 
Davies, Sheri Riba, Robby Robinson, Steve Willis, Harry Hunter, Keith Kearney, Steve Gorey, Phil Hutcheson, 
Joe Boyle, Bob Hieronymus, Sandi Mikel, John Davies, David Hanline, Bob Riba, Vance Veynar, Jimmy Asselstine, 
John Haycock, Bill Lamb, Bill Hicks, Bill Morris, Tom Klingman, Dennis Morris, David Snow, James Walker, 
Steve Coppersmith, Janis Swart. Fourth row: Jan Kurtz, Bill Boothe, Martin Evans, Greg Yantis, Erin Asselstine, 
Mary Fran Bierce, Peggy Albright, Kathy Lee, Bob Coffeen, Don Ruecroft, Debbie Putman, Greg Nagin, Charles 
Erikson, Cotton Smith, Bob Lamb, Richard Pfrang, John Baber, George Ferguson, Paul Underwood, Mike 
Hopper, Doug Epley, Kent Lewis, Dave Shafferman, Bob Ballard, Jerry Pietrosewicz, Jeff Von Beulwitz, Don 
Nafus, George Nield, Leland Jones, Bob Gardner, Bill Blessington. Missing from picture: Jane Blankenbaker, 
Rod Cannon, Jeff Lichtenfels, Nelson Pierce, Milton Raphael, Jack Reynolds, Steve Richardson, Keith Rollman, 
Bob Shanks, Lynn Wallingford. 




142 ORGANIZATIONS 












BAND 

AND 

MAJORETTES 


First row: Linda Gallant, Kathy Jones. Second row: Judy 
Oliver, Gayle McKinney, Ginny Manly, Judy Phelps, Marla 
Taylor, Janet Taylor. 
















A CAPPELLA 
CHOIR 



Two of the best choirs host their parents and friends. 


A Capella Choir: First row: Vicki Raze, Yvonne Schegel, Lin Yanker, Sharon Skinner, Ted Bremer, Bob 
Nash, Mitch King, Becky Jarman, Debbie Twardy, Sonja Newland, Patti Sari. Second row: Margie Yep, 
Donna Bray, Karen Darsch, Mike Mayhugh, Dave Boyd, Jim Carter, Barbara Mayhall, Sally Andrews, 
Susie Sowers. Third row: Margaret Gillikin, Lu Smith, Marsha Schmitt, Mike Williams, Richard Oderwald, 
Jim Davis, Gilbert Shaw, Linda Gallant, Elin Hustvedt, Karen Crouch. Fourth row: Paula Chambless, 
Kathy Anderson, Linda Seltzer, Bill Hovland, Chris Kohn, Malcolm Groome, Sharon Schoolar, Brenda 
Crites, Dorothy Funkhouser. 



144 ORGANIZATIONS 




GIRLS’ 

ENSEMBLE 






Girls’ Ensemble: First row: Carol Cooper, Mary Lou Richardson, Betsy Scott, Betty Prye, Krista 
Gordon, Barbara Hamilton, Rita Katz, Sue Merrow, Sue Woods, Margaret Schafer, Janet Over- 
gaard, Judy Larson. Second row: Joan Gardner, Debbie Dreyer, Nancy Hustvedt, Judy Forman, 
Jeanette Halpin, Chris Carter, Susan Hancock, Leslie Friend, Carol Appleyard, Jan Lowery, Peggy 
O’Halloran. Third row: Sue Maxey, Flo Moses, Frances Gastellum, Margie Adams, Diane Dreiss, 
Jan Knight, Dee Miller, Carolyn Roberts, Ann Wright, Linda Black, Michele Carter. 


A major part of Annandale High School 
life, the choral department succeeded in 
bringing the hidden talent of the choir mem¬ 
bers to the student body. At Christmas and 
at Easter, the choirs gave fund-raising con¬ 
certs, thus not only providing entertainment, 
but also helping the choral department to buy 


new music and robes for the members. In ad¬ 
dition, the money from the concerts and the 
candy sale helped to finance an exchange 
program between the Girls’ Ensemble and A 
Capella choirs of A.H.S. and the choirs of a 
school in New Jersey. 


ORGANIZATIONS 145 















ATHLETICS 


146 ATHLETICS 













Although schools are often criticized for 
placing overemphasis on athletics, 
perhaps no other activity can instill 
so great an amount of school spirit in so 
great a number of students. Any 
girl or boy who has been on a team, 
winning or losing, can testify to the 
esprit de corps it generates. One of the 
more obvious advantages of a 
full athletic program is that it 
provides parent-approved activity for hours 

that would otherwise be 
spent in less acceptable pursuits. 


■ 

ATHLETICS 147 




















VARSITY FOOTBALL 


Stomping Hammond in the season opener 
foreshadowed Annandale’s first champion¬ 
ship year. For the first touchdown of the 
season Steve Crane raced into the end zone 
with Steve Murrell’s pass. The game gained 
momentum in the second quarter with Mike 
Albro’s first dazzling run — 82 yards for a 
touchdown! Steve Murrell’s pass to Ron 
Comerford furnished the third score. Ham¬ 
mond made a sustained drive in the waning 
minutes of the game, but in vain. A blocked 
punt by Tim Whelan set up the final touch¬ 
down, and another pass from Steve Murrell 
to Ron Comerford secured the score. The 
25-0 victory marked Annandale’s best start 
in five years. 

Victory prevailed: Early in the first quar¬ 
ter Tom Mitchell scooped up a fumbled pass 
deep in Woodson territory, and moments lat¬ 
er Steve Murrell passed to Ron Comerford in 
the end zone. The Atoms strengthened their 
lead in the second quarter with Bill Sigler’s 
touchdown, but the Cavaliers narrowed the 
score gap just seconds before the halftime. 
Easily stealing the last score, Tim Whelan 
snatched an opponent’s fumble, a play which 
led to Jim Steven’s touchdown. The Cava¬ 
liers, in a determined drive, got a first down 
on the Atom’s four yard line due to a penalty. 
However, Tim Whelan compounded their 
troubles by throwing a Woodson quarterback 
for a three yard loss as Atom fans counted 
off the seconds. 


“No officer, none of our boys ever get in any trouble,” 
states Coach Hardage. 



ATHLETICS 



George Price and Terry Burgler lead the Atoms on to 
the field for the Homecoming game against Stuart. 


“What play comes next?” questions Coach 
Henry. 













Steve Crane stuns W-L’s Generals 
with a touchdown moments before 
the injury which sidelined him from 
the Granby game. 


Rider, Whalen, Frere, and Gilden throw Edison’s Pat Toomay for 
another loss, this time for a safety. 











Varsity Football Team: First row: Bruce Andrews, Bill Miller, Jeff Von Beulwitz, Mike Albro, Andy Miller, Scott 
McWhinney, Ron Miller, Bill Brake, Pat Petersilia, Ron Comerford. Second row: Pete Nickerson, Tom Mitchell, 
Bob Beach, George Price, Terry Burgler, Ron Klingensmith, Kevin Kelley, Tom Brown, Terry Deaver, Bill Sig¬ 
ler. Third row: Bill Richardson, Richard Lynch, Jim Stevens, Steve Crane, Bruce Rider, Gene Boles, Richard 
Iseke, Steve Murrell, Mike Hagarty. Fourth row: Mike Galasso, Holly Wall, Ron Frere, Jeff Wagner, Bob Aines, 
Don Greeley, Phil Rapson, Dave Hetzer, Jinx Rye, Hammond Root, Mgr.; Tim Whalen. Fifth row: Ken Kohut, 
Mgr.; Rex Phillips, Richard Weakley, Jack Gilden, Bob Shinn, Robert Frere. 


Don Greeley zeroes in to finish the job started 
by Ron Klingensmith. 



Jeff Von Beulwitz is hit hard after running a screen 
play against Madison. 



150 ATHLETICS 








































Bruce Rider, Line Backer, All Northern Virginia. Don 
Greeley, Middle Guard, All District, All Northern 
Virginia, All Metropolitan, All State, All South, All 
American. 






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Despite the efforts of a Falls Church defender, 
Ron Comerford hauls in a long pass. 



Another cinch: Annandale knocked down 
its third victim, Lee. The Atoms piled up 
score after score as Bill Sigler opened the 
game with a touchdown, and Mike Albro 
made the second with another 82-yard punt 
return. George Price and Jim Stevens both 
scored in the third quarter, and Steve Mur¬ 
rell wrapped up the game with another touch¬ 
down. Don Greely added four extra points. 
The Lancers got their only chance in the 
last few minutes of the game and passed for 
a touchdown. The Atoms were disappointed; 
they had pictured another shut-out. 

Madison was fun to beat. Jeff Von Beul- 
witz made the first two touchdowns, and 
Steve Murrell dashed over the goal line for 
the third. A few minutes later, George Nield 
intercepted a pass and ran 25 yards for an¬ 
other score. It took only five plays for the 
Atoms to march the next 64 yards where 
Bob Aines made the touchdown. George 
Price topped the scoring rampage with a 
five-yard slant. 

Despite the soggy bleachers, loyal fans 
thronged to wrtch the Atoms trample Fair¬ 
fax. 0-0 at halftime; the suspense and ten¬ 
sion brought many worried frowns. Cheers 
roared from the Annandale side as Jeff Von 
Beulwitz dodged the Rebels for the first 
touchdown of the game; next Mike Albro rac¬ 
ed a spectacular 71 yards on a punt return 
to the ten. The Atoms didn’t score then, but 
Jim Stevens relieved the disappointment 
with a pass from Steve Murrell and a second 
touchdown. So ended the fifth victory in five 
games for the mighty Atoms. 


Pete Nickerson, Guard, All District, All Northern Vir¬ 
ginia. Kevin Kelley, Center. Terry Burgler, Guard, All 
District, All Northern Virginia. 









152 ATHLETICS 


Offensive fireworks were on grand dis¬ 
play again against Falls Church. Jeff Von 
Beulwitz wasted no time with the first touch¬ 
down, leading the Atoms to spoil the Jaguar’s 
homecoming with another shut-out. The fans 
had a nervous moment when Falls Church 
pushed to Annandale’s nine yard line and 
threatened to tie the score. However, Annan- 
dale flexed its muscles and moved 91 yards 
in 12 plays for a score by Steve Murrell. 
Three more touchdowns followed in another 
magnificent Atom conquest. 

The Atoms held their winning streak and 
crushed Jefferson’s Colonials. Annandale 
spectators who braved the messy night and 
near freezing temperatures expected quick 
action, but they had to wait until the second 
quarter. The Colonials held on doggedly for 
the first period, but then it was Annandale’s 
game. They exploded into action with tricky 
plays. Jeff Von Beulwitz scored the first two 
touchdowns, and Bill Sigler opened the new 
half with a pounding 60-yard run for another 
score. Steve Murrell was responsible for the 
last two touchdowns, one on his own, and 
the last with a pass to Steve Crane. The Co¬ 
lonials had a hectic night. 

Another flawless performance was stock¬ 
ed up against Edison. Both teams were held 
scoreless for the first quarter; then Jim Ste¬ 
vens scored a touchdown with a pass from 
Steve Murrell. Jeff Von Beulwitz and Ron 
Comerford each secured another score, and 
Pete Nickerson made the kicks. This was a 
scoring tribute to the defense, which, led by 
Greeley, Gilden, and Klingensmith, held the 
notoriously powerful Edison offense to only 
50 yards. They let the Eagles have a touch¬ 
down late in the game; it was only sporting. 


Jack Gilden, Defensive Tackle, All District, All Nor¬ 
thern Virginia, All Metropolitan, All State. Tim Whe¬ 
lan, Defensive End. 


Ron Comerford, Flanker 
Jimmy Stevens, End 


Mike Albro, Defensive Back. 

Ron Klingensmith, Defensive Back, All Northern 
Virginia. 


Bob Aines, Senior Halfback, drives through a Madi¬ 
son tackle. 





Faces in the stands were anxious, but full 
of homecoming spirit, for the game against 
Stuart. Rain was a persistent Friday plague, 
not ceasing even for homecoming, but the 
mud didn’t slow the Atoms. Don Greeley’s in¬ 
terception of a Stuart pass set up the Atom’s 
first talley. With a pass from Steve Murrell, 
Jeff Von Beulwitz scored a touchdown with 
only six seconds left in the first quarter. Then 
Mike Albro snatched a punt on the Atom’s 18, 
stepped behind a perfect wall of blockers, 
and streaked 82 yards up the sidelines for a 
second score. The Raiders intercepted an 
Annandale pass in the third quarter and, 
helped by two long penalties, made their only 
touchdown of the game. The Atoms bounced 
right back with another score by Jeff Von 
Beulwitz. The Atoms emerged victorious, 
well on the way to their first state champion¬ 
ship. 

The Atoms overcame W. & L. for the 
first time in six years. Fumbles ended two 
promising drives in the scoreless first half. 
But the Atoms thrilled the crowd when they 
drove for a touchdown after the second-half 
kickoff. A pass interference call gave them 
a first down, and Steve Crane got the touch¬ 
down with a pass from Steve Murrell. W. & L. 
retaliated, storming 75 yards to the first and 
goal at the four, stingy Atom defense held 
the line. Jeff Von Beulwitz led the come¬ 
back with a touchdown in the fourth quarter, 
then the Atoms scored a safety for insurance. 
The Generals put up a stiff opposition, but 
Annandale’s superior strength prevailed. 







A long Murrell pass finds its way to Jimmy Stevens 
against Granby at Richmond City Stadium. 


Tackle Scott McWinney and Bob Shinn, who was named to the All State 
second team, spend a few moments on the sidelines. 





Jubilant Atom spirits soar, as does Mr. Hardage. 


Steve Murrell gives proof of his All State ability by breaking 
out of the backfield against Stuart 


Varsity Football 
1965 Record 


Opponent 

Hammond 

Woodson 

Lee 

Madison 
Fairfax 
Falls Church 
Stuart 
Jefferson 
Edison 
W & L 
Granby 


Score 

25-0 

20-0 

34-7 

40-0 

13-0 

34-0 

18-6 

32-7 

23-7 

15-0 

20-0 





Another first down for Annandale as Bill Sigler charges for a long gain. 



154 ATHLETICS 









“WE’RE NUMBER ONE!” The joyous cry 
rang from the Annandale crowd at the un¬ 
usual play-off game in Richmond on Decem¬ 
ber fourth. The Atom’s defense won the 
game for the new STATE CHAMPIONS Gran¬ 
by moved to the Annandale 21-yard line in 
the first quarter, but the advance was turned 
into a break for the Atoms as Bruce Rider 
blocked a field goal attempt and booted the 
ball back to Granby’s thirty-seven to set up 
the first touchdown for Jeff Von Beulwitz. 
Into the fourth quarter it looked as though 
that score would have to hold Granby, but 
then an interception by Rick Lynch led to 
Steve Murrell’s touchdown. A few minutes 
later Robert Frere blocked a punt, and Tim 
Whelan snatched up the ball and lunged in¬ 
to the end zone. The Atoms proudly accepted 
their first state championship trophy. 


No, the Atoms didn’t really need supernatural help 
this year! 


Annandale’s first state championship is gratefully 
received by Coach Henry from Mr. Keir, chairman 
of the 1-A Board. 




JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 



Junior Varsity Football Team: First row: Fritz Lee, Rick Clark, Mike Harper, Robert Waller, Bill Behnke, Bob 
Powers, Richard Gobeille, Craig Sours, Scott Hustvedt, Macon Harper, Pat Hagerty. Second row: Brogue 
Miner, John Baer, Bill Chambless, Mike Hopper, Jeff Bahr, Donald Lawall, Richard Fulton, Ron Smith, John 
Darms, Norman Worrell. Third row: Tom Heizer, Fred Malon, Bob Crain, Tom Callow, Fred Moses, Tom Hagarty, 
Gary Manning, Kirk Kennedy, Mike Hamilton, Dan Burns, Bob Lewis, Steve Shaw, Tom Behan, Lenny Legge, 
mgr. 


FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



Freshman Football Team: First row: Bill Chalkley, Allan Detwiler, Harry Fisher, Kevin Cookmeyer, Scott Win¬ 
field, Bobby Comerford, Richard Phillips, Rick Lopes, Chip Burden, Bob Lawall, Mike Ulmer, Greig Craft, Pat 
McDonald. Second row: Joe Botts, Darius Bly, Steve Willis, Jonny Ange, Richard Creasy, Bill Oderwald, Bill 
Ford, Gary Root, James Wood, Bob Adams, Dave Seward, Charles Butler. Third row: Philip Mahan, Richard 
Ellson, Charles Lamarca, Pat Derning, Maximilian Pock, Joe Botts, Ron Sullivan, Alexander Tedisco, David 
Kuniansky, Richard Wood. 


156 ATHLETICS 







Junior Varsity Football 
1965 Record 


Opponent 

Score 

Woodson 

13-13 

Lee 

6-12 

Madison 

12-25 

Fairfax 

21-13 

Falls Church 

0-25 

Stuart 

13-14 

Jefferson 

6-7 

Edison 

19-13 


Mr. Noll, in his first year at Annandale, 
coached the Junior Varsity Football Team to 
a successful 5-2-1 season. The most out¬ 
standing game came against Stuart when 
the J.V. team, after trailing 13-0 early in the 
second half, came back to squelch their op¬ 
ponents 14-13. The tremendous spirit and 
ability of these boys, as shown in the Stuart 
game, make them excellent prospects for 
next year’s varsity squad. Our state cham¬ 
pionship title will rest in good hands. 


Bobby Adams closes in to tackle his Jeffersonian 
rival. 




Rick Ellson drives for another frosh first down. 


Freshman Football 


1965 Record 


Opponent 

Score 

Lee 

25-0 

Madison 

14-6 

Fairfax 

0-0 

Falls Church 

12-6 

Stuart 

13-0 

Jefferson 

12-0 


Under the able leadership of coaches 
Bolding and Shriver, the Annandale Fresh¬ 
man Football Squad accumulated the best 
overall record in the history of the team, win¬ 
ning every game except one—a scoreless 
tie with Fairfax. Particularly outstanding was 
the defensive team, led by Bob Comerford, 
which allowed only two touchdowns during 
the season and produced four shut-outs. The 
fine performance of these boys foreshadows 
a winning football team at Annandale for 
years to come. 


Mike Hopper jubilantly agrees with the referee’s de¬ 
cision—another J.V. touchdown! 



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158 ATHLETICS 





VARSITY 

BASKETBALL 


With the thrills of football season over, 
the Atoms settled down to learning how to 
lose a few games. The Varsity Basketball 
Team opened the season with an easy vic¬ 
tory over Mt. Vernon, instilling hopes of 
another championship team, but the rest of 
the games didn’t quite match their expecta¬ 
tions. At one time they had won four games 
in succession, and there was a faint glimmer 
of hope, but that was soon crushed. Oh, well, 
they couldn’t win at everything, and they did 
show enthusiasm, plenty of enthusiasm. 


Don Greeley moves to set up a three-point play. 



ATHLETICS 159 



Varsity Basketball 
1966 Record 



Jimmy Stevens strains to out-rebound Woodson’s 
6’5” Walter Hawkins. 


160 ATHLETICS 


Opponent 

Score 

Mt. Vernon 

84-47 

Madison 

62-83 

Edison 

46-92 

Jefferson 

62-55 

Stuart 

68-80 

Falls Church 

53-79 

Marshall 

82-88 

Fairfax 

73-76 





Groveton 

69-66 

Lee 

92-89 

McLean 

92-84 

Madison 

84-57 

Woodson 

73-81 

Ft. Hunt 

85-97 

Jefferson 

70-62 

Woodson 

56-83 

Falls Church 

68-83 

Fairfax 

76-80 

Madison 

66-57 

Woodson 

53-77 


Worthy leaps high to begin the Woodson game. 



Stevens and Greeley outscrap Dave Marsden for the 
rebound. 



ATHLETICS 161 








First row: Ward Worthy, Pete Nickerson, Don Greeley, Rich Fulton, Ron Comerford, Mike Wakefield. Sec¬ 
ond row: Steve Murrell, Jeff Wagner, Bob Shinn, Tom Kincy, Dave Hetzer, Jim Stevens. 


Worthy flips in his second foul shot for another tally. 














Don Greeley and Jimmy Stevens patiently wait for Steve Mur¬ 
rell to pull a rebound out of Walter Hawkin’s (23) hand. 


High scorers, Don Greeley, Steve 
Murrell, and Rich Fulton, starred the 
performances and demonstrated tal¬ 
ent and skill. Rich Fulton made the All 
Tournament Team, and Don Greeley 
also made that team as well as the All 
Northern District Team. Don also earn¬ 
ed the title of leading scorer in the 
Northern District. Despite the losing 
season total, the team had its bright 
moments and did not consider the sea¬ 
son as lost. 


Steve Murrell breaks away and scores easily 
against Ft. Hunt. 



ATHLETICS 163 







Junior Varsity Basketball: First row: Bob Elsbernd, Pat Hagarty, Bill Brake, Bill Sigler, Ken Williamson. Second 
row: Gary Manning, Don McCoy, Bill Hunter, Bruce Heflin, Rick Forrester, Bob Frere, Glen Blackstone. 


JUNIOR VARSITY AND FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 


Freshman Basketball Team: First row: Jim Spurlock, Bob Adams, Jerry Doane, Kerry Scanlon, Mike Moser, 
Mike Picciano, Max Pock, Jim Heighes. Second row: Rick Ellson, Hal Spelman, Ronnie Sullivan, Rodney Hin¬ 
kle, Tim Anderson, Jim Hottle, Jim Doane. 












Due to the extension of the football season, the 
Junior Varsity Basketball Team did not get started 
playing until January. After a slow start, the boys 
racked up victories against Stuart, Fairfax, and Lee. 
Although the season was sparse with victories, a 
great deal of spirit and sportsmanship was shown. 
The steadily developing talent could.be seen in the 


final two victories 

against Falls Church and 

Fairfax. 

Opponent 

Score 

Opponent 

Score 

Mt. Vernon 

38-40 

McLean 

45-48 

Madison 

28-37 

Madison 

39-42 

Edison 

30-36 

Woodson 

37-45 

Jefferson 

45-54 

Ft. Hunt 

39-44 

Stuart 

56-51 

Jefferson 

32-50 

Falls Church 

36-39 

Langley 

58-78 

Marshall 

38-43 

Woodson 

37-45 

Fairfax 

45-30 

Falls Church 

37-32 

Groveton 

47-49 

Fairfax 

36-28 

Lee 

51-20 




Bill Hunter (50) fiercely takes a rebound away from 
his Fairfax competitor. 




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Rod Hinkle dwarfs his Woodson opponents as he 
shoots for two points. 


Coached by Mr. Porter, the Freshman Basketball 
Team compiled a 5-5 record. High scorer for the 
season was Rod Hinkle who made a total of 93 
points, followed by Mike Moser with 75 points. As a 
team, the boys averaged 43.8 points per game and 
made 46% of their free throws — a promising be¬ 
ginning. 

Freshman Basketball 


1966 Record 


Opponent 

Score 

Fairfax 

38-37 

Falls Church 

49-39 

Jefferson 

40-56 

Madison 

41-47 

Woodson 

48-53 

Fairfax 

54-43 

Falls Church 

55-36 

Jefferson 

31-39 

Madison 

40-41 

Woodson 

42-39 


ATHLETICS 165 








VARSITY AND 
JUNIOR VARSITY 
WRESTLING 


Regional Champs! Coach Scott and his 
Varsity Wrestling Team compiled the best re¬ 
cord in 1966. Skip Startzel, a 95 pound senior, 
managed to take both the Regional and State 
Championships. Other regional champions 
were Richard Iseke and Bob Hobson while 
Paul Ketcham, Mike Raphael, and Steve La¬ 
timer won second, third, and fourth places 
respectively. 


166 ATHLETICS 









Junior Mike Raphael starts off for his first round pin 
of Randy Johnson from Jefferson. 



Steve Latimer, in the 112 pound class, prepares to 
pin O’Leary of Jefferson. 


In this outstanding season for Coach 
Scott and his wrestlers, many records were 
set. More individual matches were won than 
ever before and on the technical side, Paul 
Ketcham set a new record for takedowns, 
Mike Raphael established a new high for es¬ 
capes, and Skip Startzel broke all records in 
the predicament and pin categories. 

At the State Championships, Annandale 

' '• >n addition to 






The tense atmosphere at the State Tournament is evident. 


Varsity Wrestling 
1966 Record 


Opponent 

Score 

Edison 

28-12 

Falls Church 

18-29 

Madison 

36-6 

Jefferson 

33-12 

Marshall 

31-11 

Stuart 

35-11 

Fairfax 

36-0 

W-L 

32-15 

Wakefield 

27-17 

Yorktown 

29-14 

Northern Virginia Championships 

First Place 


-7 

x/:- * 'ia State Championships 

Fifth Place 

















Terry Burgler is congratulated as he returns from a 
victorious match. 


Richard Iseke controls his opponent to win the Dis¬ 
trict Championship. 


Junior Varsity Wrestling 
1966 Record 


Opponent 

Score 

Falls Church 

38-8 

Yorktown 

28-14 

Garfield 

60-0 

Fairfax 

27-16 

Langley 

43-0 



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ATHLETICS 169 




















The four mile relay team composed of Bob Windsor, Joe Kunze, Glen Blackstone, 
and Richard Iseke set a new record at the Alexandria Relays. 


VARSITY TRACK 


First row: Scott Hustevedt, Bruce Andrews, Wayne Avery, John Messina, Chris Ramey, Steve Jackson, 
Jim Shaw, Harry Stearns, Dave Daniels, Don Windsor, Rick Lopez, John Horgan, Tim Paul, Norman 
Worrell. Second Row: Bill Miller, Ronnie Miller, Bill Oderwald, Jeff Bahr, Russ Rogers, Tom LaFone, 
Richard Iseke, Joe Kunze, Bob Elsbernd, Bob Windsor, Bobby Beach, Christopher Kouts, Bill Sigler, 
Johnson, Tom Owen, Mike Frame, Mark Parris, Ted Hobson. Third Row: Mr. Heinz, John Coleman (mana¬ 
ger), Dave Young, Glenn Blackstone, Fred Moses, Bob Hobson, John Huddleston, Bob Hess, John 
Hagstrom, Fred Mallon, Bob Ames, Tom Hegarty, Don Greeley, Andy Jay, John Davis, Roy Reynolds, 
Doug Rye, Jack Gilden, Holly Wall, Kevin Ketley, Paul Rowley, Charles Wilson, Darries Bly, Dave Hetzer, 
Dusty Woolard, Danny Callahan (manager), Mr. Henry. 



170 ATHLETICS 






Bob Beach passes the baton to Jinx Rye in one of the sprint relays. 


Roy Reynolds heaves the discus, placing third in the County 
Relays. 



ATHLETICS 171 







Over the bar with the greatest of ease . . . 


April 22 

Track 

1966 Schedule 

Fairfax County Relays 

April 6 

Woodson 

April 9 

Alexandria Relays 

April 13 

Madison 

April 20 

Fairfax 

April 27 

Falls Church 

April 30 

Northern District Track Meet 

May 4 

Jefferson 

May 6-7 

Fairfax County Track Meet 

May 14 

Regional Track Meet 

May 20-21 

State Track Meet 


Mike Albro speeds from the blocks at the County Re¬ 
lays. 



Jeff Bahr sails over the bar as Steve Jackson 
looks on. 



172 ATHLETICS 













First row: Steve Risley, mgr. Joe Smathers, Stu Williams, Ron Comerford, Terry Deaver, Andy Miller, 
Ellis Simpson, Ken Williamson, Bob Miller, Steve Pratt, mgr. Second row: Mike Galasso, Jimmy Stevens, 
Mike Hamilton, Bill Edmunson, Steve Crane, Steve Murrell, Ron Klingensmith, Tim Whelan, Mr. Hardage, 
coach. 


VARSITY BASEBALL 


Ellis Simpson takes a swing at a pitch in the 
season opener. 




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ATHLETICS 173 







Steve Murrell awaits a Fairfax pitch. 


VARSITY BASEBALL 
1966 Schedule 


April 

1 

Fairfax 

April 

2 

Lee 

April 

5 

Woodson 

April 

12 

Mt. Vernon 

April 

16 

Madison 

April 

19 

Edison 

April 

22 

Jefferson 

April 

23 

Stuart 


April 

26 

Falls Church 

April 

29 

Marshall 

April 

30 

Fairfax 

May 

3 

Ft. Hunt 

May 

6 

McLean 

May 

7 

Woodson 

May 

10 

Groveton 

May 

13 

Madison 

May 

17 

Jefferson 

May 

20 

Langley 

May 

21 

Falls Church 



Coach Bob Hardage watches intently from the bench. 


174 ATHLETICS 










Max Pouck, Steve Willis, Pat Hagarty, Doug Wendt, Mike Harper, Tom Callow, Jim Bone, Ronnie Sulli¬ 
van, Sam Bettes, Bob Crane, Jimmy Heighes, Sam McClellan, Bob Adams, Brian Davenport, Macon 
Harper, Bill McClellan, Jack Taylor. 


JUNIOR 

VARSITY 



J. V. 

BASEBALL 

1966 

Schedule 

April 16 

Madison 

April 19 

Edison 

April 22 

Jefferson 

April 23 

Stuart 

April 26 

Falls Church 

April 29 

Marshall 

April 30 

Fairfax 

May 3 

Ft. Hunt 

May 6 

McLean 

May 7 

Woodson 


BASEBALL 


Mr. Porter tries to pick a team from the many boys 
who are trying out. 


ATHLETICS 175 




Dave Bailey, Russ Buens, Gary Sherfey, Tom Kincy, Gary Nagin, Dave McCloskey, John Allen. 


GOLF 


Golf 


1966 Schedule 


April 4, 1966 
April 15, 1966 
April 18, 1966 
April 22, 1966 
April 25, 1966 
April 29, 1966 


Fairfax 

Westwood 

Fort Hunt 

Edison 

Groveton 

Lee 



Gary Sherfey lines up a tricky putt. 


176 ATHLETICS 






First row: Bill Gideon, Herman Ertlschweiger, Chris Carley, Gary Richardson. Second row: Steve Oliver, 
Phil Jones, Fred Stein, Dennis Logan, Jim Zook. 


TENNIS 


Tennis 



1966 

Schedule 

April 

4 

Jefferson 

April 

7 

Hammond 

April 

14 

Madison 

April 

18 

Wakefield 

April 

21 

Jefferson 

April 

25 

Hammond 

April 

28 

Woodson 

May 

2 

Stuart 

May 

5 

Geo. Mason 


Dennis Logan viciously attacks a tennis ball. 



ATHLETICS 177 










VARSITY 

HOCKEY 



First row: Dianne Foster, Mary Dell Patrick, Ann Hagan, Sharon Skinner, Anne Paschall, 
Marilyn Horton, Lin Tucker. Second row: Miss Peters, Betsy Bland, Kathy Blaine, Nancy 
Moore, Lynn Pennifill, Nancy Hustvedt, Sharon Storm, Flo Moses, Eileen Spaulding, 
Kathy Christie. 


Despite the handicap of operating with¬ 
out a home field, the Varsity Hockey team, 
coached by Miss Rachael Peters, had a suc¬ 
cessful 4-2-1 season. After a tie with Marshall 
on one of the most miserably hot days of the 
year, the team won four straight games, top¬ 
ping the league for three weeks before fall¬ 
ing to Stuart and Lee. The defensive team, 
sparked by seniors Ann Hagan, Sharon Skin¬ 
ner, and Anne Paschall, was especially cap¬ 
able, allowing only five goals scored against 
them. The offensive unit also proved its merit 
by scoring a total of twelve goals. However, 
the one thing the statistics do not reveal is 
the unquenchable spirit which the girls ex¬ 
hibited throughout the entire season. 


Atoms battle for the ball amid swinging sticks and 
rising dust. 




With a stiff whack, Flo Moses drives the ball down 
the field. 


* ■ % 


The eighteen members of the Junior Var¬ 
sity Hockey team had a successful 4-2-2 sea¬ 
son. Playing against the area teams, the 
girls displayed fine skill and spirit in meeting 
and scrimmaging with their opponents. Mrs. 
Hilda Hall was their coach for the second 
year in a row. 


JUNIOR VARSITY 
HOCKEY 



Despite bruised knees and wilted hairdos, our hockey squads 
never gave up. 


First row: Janet Charleson, Karen Hanson, Carol Daughn, Mary Sue Richardson, Kathy Coombs, Karen Wright, 
Vicki Parks, Debby Tussey, Pat Duffey. Second row: Krista Thie, Debbie Hepler, Nancy Williams, Pat Leister, 
Marlene Maselany, Linda Holsher, Donna Hayes, Dana Ivy, Judy Paschall. 



ATHLETICS 179 


VARSITY BASKETBALL 


Undefeated until they met Groveton, the 
Girls’ Varsity Basketball Team had a very 
successful season. They tied for second 
place with Marshall High School after com¬ 
piling an impressive 11-1 record. Under the 
coaching of Miss Buck and Miss Moreland 
and the leadership of co-captains Peggy 
Spruill and Sharon Skinner, the girls exhib¬ 
ited a great deal of teamwork and desire to 
win. 



First row: Monica Pripeton, Pat Jepson, Kathy Blaine, Barbara Erlenkotter, Lin Tucker, Lynn Pen- 
nifill. Second row: Kathy Christie, Marty Froemming, Kathy Powell, Anita Cohoon, Ruth Coombs, 
Peggy Spruill, Melody Bornhoft. 


Heads up! as Peggy Spruill scores again for the 
Annandale team. 


Lynn Pennifill seems shocked to see the ball miss 
the basket. 















First row: Theresa Hagarty, Carol Kissinger, Joan Ramme, Dana Ivy, Jo Ann Campbell, Cathy 
Coombs, Cassie Armstrong, Suzanne Campbell. Second row: Nancy Hustvedt, Pat Coombs, Su¬ 
san Palmer, Bonnie Keleher, Jan Storm, Karen Wright, Susan Marietta. 


Girls’ Varsity Basketball 
1965-66 Record 


Opponent 


Score 

Mt. Vernon 


47-15 

Jefferson 


46-33 

Fairfax 


42-19 

Stuart 


67-41 

Lee 


45-38 

Falls Church 


47-20 

Woodson 


45-38 

Langley 


67-16 

Madison 


53-44 

Groveton 


25-63 

McLean 


44-39 

Fort Hunt 


57-53 

Girls’ 

Junior Varsity Basketball 
1965-66 Record 


Mt. Vernon 


20-7 

Jefferson 


38-13 

Fairfax 


30-19 

Stuart 


27-33 

Lee 


16-11 

Falls Church 


34-15 

Woodson 


22-35 

Langley 


17-12 

Madison 


32-12 

Groveton 


30-10 

McLean 


24-14 

Fort Hunt 


28-18 


JUNIOR 

VARSITY 

BASKETBALL 

In twelve games, the Junior Varsity Bas¬ 
ketball Team won ten. Excellent coaching by 
Miss Buck and Miss Moreland, spirit, and 
praticed teamwork were instrumental in the 
accumulation of the best record since 1960. 


ATHLETICS 181 






First row: Ann Wright, Sharon Skinner, Nancy Hustvedt, Carolyn Kissinger, Peggy Spruill. Sec¬ 
ond row: Kathy Blaine, Sharon Storm, Kathy Kristie, Flo Moses, Pat Fitzgerald, Teresa Ha- 
garty, (manager). 


Sharon Skinner rounds third base, precari¬ 
ously heading for home. 



VARSITY 

SOFTBALL 


Girls’ Softball 


April 

14 

Edison 

April 

19 

Herndon 

April 

21 

Marshall 

April 

26 

Groveton 

April 

28 

Madison 

May 

3 

Langley 

May 

5 

Ft. Hunt 

May 

10 

McLean 

May 

12 

Woodson 

May 

17 

Falls Church 


182 ATHLETICS 














JUNIOR VARSITY 
SOFTBALL 



A typical varsity softball practice. 


Girls’ Softball 


April 

14 

Edison 

April 

19 

Herndon 

April 

21 

Marshall 

April 

26 

Groveton 

April 

28 

Madison 

May 

3 

Langley 

May 

5 

Ft. Hunt 

May 

10 

McLean 

May 

12 

Woodson 

May 

17 

Falls Church 


First row: Nancy Hardee, Becky Phillips, Eileen Spalding, Cassie Armstrong, Debbie Tursey, Pat 
Duffey. Second row: Carol Merryman, Sylvia Wilhelmn, Joy Starr, Kathy Johnston, Karen Wright, 
Martha Dixon, Sheri Riba (manager). 



ATHLETICS 183 







UNDERCLASSMEN 


184 UNDERCLASSMEN 















Once upon a time, 
there was a big red and white 
school with heroic underclassmen 
and big BAD seniors. Under the constant 
pressure of the Big Squeeze from 
colleges, the seniors grew bigger and badder, 
and began taking it out on the harassed 
underclassmen. The seniors’ fiendish 
minds construed all sorts of devious plots 
to trap our heroes. They were caught 
unaware by fake elevator tickets and 
student numbers. But Hark! All 
was not lost! They emerged gloriously with 

the realization that one 
day they too would be seniors. 


UNDERCLASSMEN 185 







Junior class officers: Bobby Ellis, president; Bill Sigler, vice-presi- 
ednt; Bina Paglerio, treasurer; Kaye Richardson, secretary. 



Quiet! Junior thinking! 


CLASS OF 1967 


school starts: 
happiness, chaos, noise, 
excitement, and then pool-sickness. 

Feet crammed into unaccustomed shoes, 
tanned faces, shaggy bleached hair— 
reminders of our lost freedom. 

School is here to stay! 
sounds dominate the scene— 
whirring machinery destroys thought, 
hoarse voices cry out for victory, 
shuffling feet betray exhaustion. 

Games slide by in a blur of victories. 
Homecoming—rain, sweatshirts, JAG. 
at 8 a.m. next morning we realize: 
grueling PSAT’S are upon us! 
then panic ensues as we decide about rings. 
Too soon: 

Prom ... Prom ... Prom ... date? 
and so we wade through exams, 
to emerge tired and depleted, 
school ends. 


186 JUNIORS 















Class sponsors, Mr. Henretty and Mr. Bolding, helped 
organize junior class activities, always mindful of 
our financial state. 



Bobby Ellis, class president, typifies the junior 
class go-get-iveness. 


With characteristic bravado, Jack Cox demonstrates 
one of his close calls on a skate board. 



JUNIORS 187 















Dennis Aaron 
Dale Abrams 
Robert Albright 


Beth Altice 
Bruce Andrews 
Carol Appleyard 


Elizabeth Atkinson 
Judy Bacon 
John Baer 


James Baker 
Robert Balas 
Dudley Ballew 






Bill Blessington nonchalantly 
swings through a sax solo. 


Christine Bangert 
John Barber 
Bruce Bass 
Nancy Battaglia 
Thomas Baydala 


Robert Beach 
Edmund Beery 
Carol Behnke 
Janet Bell 
Jean Bell 


Ronald Bell 
Ginger Benton 
Leslie Beuschel 
Terry Bevels 
Mary Fran Bierce 


Kermit Bird 
Joy Blacksmith 
Kathy Blaine 
Betsy Bland 
William Blessington 


188 JUNIORS 










Linda Boleyn 
Donald Bowan 
Sandra Boyle 
Patrick Bradley 
Stradley Brady 


William Brake 
Susan Brewer 
Christine Brown 
Linda Bruen 
Carol Buckingham 


Mimi Buckner 
Richard Burke 
Peggy Calvert 
Diana Cameron 
Christy Campbell 


Lorinda Capio 
Michele Carter 
Nancy Cauble 
Peter Checkovich 
Kathy Christie 


Linda Clark 
Robert Clark 
Robert Clark 
Sharon Clark 
Diane Clausen 



Junior G-Men unite against crime. 



JUNIORS 189 





Donna Clausen 
Jan Clay 
GaFy Clem 


Lynn Cockrill 
Evelyn Cole 
Libby Colen 


Kathleen Coles 
Shery Collins 
Bennett Connelly 




Steve Skipper takes a speedy 
shortcut to class. 


Patricia Coons 
Carol Cooper 
Charleen Corns 
Charles Cosner 
Theresa Cottrill 


Jack Cox 
Brenda Crites 
Cecelia Cronan 
Richard Cross 
Daniel Crouch 


Karen Crouch 
James Custer 
William Curl 
Denise Cwiek 
Patricia Dailey 


Patricia Daly 
John Darms 
John Davies 
James H. Davis 
James W. Davis 


190 JUNIORS 



John Deaver 
Noelle Dick 
Charles Dickens 
Beth Dykes 
Dorothy Dickerson 


Marion Dickey 
Cathy Dorsky 
Barbara DuBois 
Arthur Dunbar 
John Earl 


Kenneth Edelston 
Bill Edmonston 
Kathy Eisenbraum 
Bruce Elliott 
Robert Ellis 


Robert Elsbernd 
Ann Elmore 
Barbara Ely 
Susan Engh 
Ruth Erbe 


Charles Erickson 
Cathy Ferguson 
Patricia Fitzgerald 
James Foley 
Walter Ford 


Judy Forman 
Richard Forrester 


Ann Fowlkes 
Christopher Fox 



Diana Fraser 
Steven Fred 









Leslie Friend 
Martha Froemming 


Pauline Frye 
John Fulton 


Dorothy Funkhouser 
Frances Gastellum 


Peter Gaul 
Margaret Gillikin 


Michael Giuli 
Terence Givens 





Arthur Glenn 
Pamela Goforth 
Carol Grant 
Charles Griffith 
Malcolm Groome 


Rebecca Guthrie 
Diane Guy 
Richard Hall 
Steven Hall 
Jan Hamill 


Susan Hancock 
Skipp Hanline 
Michael Hargrove 
David Harmon 
Carl Harris 


192 JUNIORS 



Robin Harrold 
Karen Hart 
Terry Haught 
Janet Heath 
Thomas Heiser 


Daniel Henry 
Norah Henry 
Gary Herman 
David Hetzer 
Diane Hickey 


Ewell Hill 
Robert Hobson 
Linda Holbruner 
Patricia Holt 
Craig Hoover 


Marilyn Horton 
William House 
Betsy Howard 
Lenny Hudson 
Philip Hutcheson 


Richard Iseke 
Stephen Jackson 
Arlene Jacobs 
Richard Jacobs 
Vicki Jamison 


Kenneth Jernigan 
Andrew Johnson 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Jan Johnson 
Muriel Johnson 


Pam Johnson 
Samuel Johnson 
Lois Johnston 
Kathy Jones 
Leland Jones 


Michael Kay 
Margaret Keefer 
Lois Keller 
Kirk Kennedy 
Kathy Ketcham 



JUNIORS 193 




Some people would do anything to 
get into Annandale. 




Suzanne Keyes 
Linda King 


Norman King 
William King 


Victoria Kleinschmidt 
Kenneth Klemp 


Kathy Klotz 
Kenneth Kohut 


Christopher Kouts 
Christine Kruger 
Robert Lamb 
Judy Larson 
James Lawrence 


Anne Lawton 
Daniel Lee 
Gary Lewis 
Thomas Lewis 
Edward Leysath 


Pamela Lipp 
John Loberg 
Rosa Loeza 
Jacquelyn Long 
Robyn Long 


George Lutz 
Margaret MacLeod 
Valerie MacMillan 
John Maiorana 
John Manrodt 


194 JUNIORS 













Janet Marion 
Kirk Marshall 
Rebecca Martin 
Stanton Martin 
Rose Mason 


Mary Maxey 
Michael Mayhugh 
Lynn McCann 
Carole McClosky 
Kathleen McConnell 


Robert McCormick 
Pamela McDonald 
Maureen McGuire 
Samuel McLellan 
William McLellan 


Kathleen McNaughton 
Mary Meehan 
Lynne Melancon 
Phillip Mell 
John Messina 


William Meux 
Catherine Micklewright 


Andrew Miller 
Marilyn Miller 


Paula Miller 
Ronald Miller 


William Miller 
Kathryn Mitchell 



JUNIORS 195 






Michael Mitchell 
Cecily Moore 
Charles Moore 
Douglas Moore 
Nancy Moore 


Parry Moore 
Donald Morgan 
Cheryl Mornone 
Pamela Morrow 
Geoffrey Mort 


Anita Mosher 
Jeanne Mosser 
Andrew Mraz 
Diane Mullin 
Susan Myers 


Thomas Nagin 
Robert Nash 
Alayne Neal 
George Neall 
Laurie Newcomer 


James Norwood 
Marilyn Nossen 
Kathleen O’Donnell 
Judy Oliver 
Yvonne Olson 


Dennis Opeil 
Christal Ott 
John Oudine 
Janice Owen 
Thomas Page 


Bina Pagliero 
Judy Palm 
Thomas Pappas 
Scott Pardee 
David Park 


Cynthia Parks 
Marguerite Parrotta 
Mary Dell Patrick 
Andy Pederson 
Mikal Pederson 


196 JUNIORS 





Lynn PennifilI 
Jon Pennino 
James Petersilia 
Stephanie Petrilli 
Judith Phelps 



Russell Pirnat 
Donald Plummer 
James Poland 
Kathy Polzer 
Carole Popp 


Kathy Powell 
Monica Pripeton 
Susan Privett 
Susan Parrott 
Linda Quasebarth 



That looks like our test. I wonder . . 


Kathy Raftery 
Patrick Rankin 




Michael Raphael 
Barbara Rapp 


Brigid Rapp 
Phillip Rapson 


Karen Rasmussen 
Vicki Raze 


John Reynolds 
Thomas Reynolds 



JUNIORS 197 






James Rhoads 
Robert Riba 



Kaye Richardson 
William Richardson 


Kathy Rinearson 
Barbara Ritter 


Mary Roberts 
Robert Rockholt 


Denise Rodriquez 
Hammond Root 
Dianne Ross 
Annette Roy 
Linda Rubright 


Linda Rudolph 
Donald Ruecroft 
James Russell 
Anthony Ruth 
Patricia Ruths 


Patricia Saah 
Richard Sanchiz 
Gary Sandacz 
Diane Sanford 
Harrison Saunders 


Sally Scharmack 
William Schless 
Linda Seltzer 
Robert Shanks 
Philip Sharpe 


198 JUNIORS 









Sandra Shartzer 
Edward Sheets 
Lawrence Shepherd 
Mark Sherburne 
Victoria Shiflet 


Robert Shinn 
William Shipley 
William Sigler 
Marty Simon 
Ellis Simpson 


Joan Sisson 
Stephen Skipper 
Elaine Slifer 
David Sloan 
Ann Smith 


Charles Smith 
James Smith 
Judy Smith 
Ronald Smith 
Frank Smoak 


Mary Snyder 
Elizabeth Sowers 


Susan Sowers 
Sharon Spouse 


Robert Sprinkle 
Frank Stankovich 


Robert Stanners 
Ann Starker 



JUNIORS 199 



James Steele 
Stephanie Steiger 



Katherine Stoelzel 
James Stone 


Sharon Storm 
John Street 


Kerry Sturdevan 
Patricia Swann 


Hannelore Tannheiser 
Patricia Tasker 
Elodie Taylor 
Linda Taylor 
Curtis Thompson 


Pamela Tiffany 
Kenneth Tomayko 
Gail Tompkins 
John Townley 
Carol Townsend 


Laura Tracy 
Harriet Trenholm 
Linda Tucker 
Ann Turner 
Deborah Twardy 


Leonardo Vanella 
Don Vantine 
George Vawter 
Jane Vendola 
Jeffrey Wagner 


200 JUNIORS 

























Margaret Waldrop 
Deborah Waller 
Richard Weakley 
Michael Welcher 
Joyce Wellde 


Susan Wells 
Judith West 
John Westbrook 
Warren Westerman 
Charles Whitman 


Linda Wientjes 
Candice Williams 
Michael Williams 
Kenneth Williamson 
Brenda Wilson 


Barbara Winfield 
Leah Wood 
Nancy Wood 
Reginald Woolard 
William Wootton 


Albert Wright 
Ann Wright 
Lori Wisniewski 
Greg Yantis 
Linda Yelton 


John Youell 
David Young 


Elizabeth Young 
James Young 


Alonzo Zucchini 
Frank Zucchini 












“The children were nestled all snug 
in their beds . . (MU-00-70) 



JUNIORS 201 




CLASS OF 1968 


The most wonderful thing about our sop¬ 
homore year is that we are no longer fresh¬ 
men. In spite of our new status, our lockers 
remained in the east wing. Graciously we 
took this puncture of our ego in stride and 
went on to greater things like spaghetti din¬ 
ners. We then waded through Julius Caesar 
and the Idylls of the King; we explored the 
intricacies of the earthworm and the con¬ 
gruencies of the triangle. Maybe now we’ve 
earned the better half of Webster’s defini¬ 
tion of sophomore - “wise fool”. 


“I’ll be over the border before they even miss the 
SCA treasury.” 


202 SOPHOMORES 


* - 










The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders retire after another 
victory. 



Sophomore Class Officers: Mary LaMantia, treasurer; 
Rick Clark, president; Craig Sours, vice-president; 
and Wende Sylvester, secretary. 



Guess what they’re getting ready for? 



SOPHOMORES 203 











Betty Johnson 
Shari Adams 
David Adamson 


Mary Allen 
Marjorie Anders 
Jack Anderson 


Mike Anderson 
Vicki Andrews 
Patricia Arcuri 





Mark Armstrong 
Richard Arthur 
Sally Ayres 




“O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art 
thou Romeo?” 


Sandra Ayscue 
Susan Bacon 
Charles Badin 
Jeffrey Bahr 
Judith Bailey 


Richard Balas 
Patricia Ball 
Deborah Ballew 
Phillip Bard 
Sally Bard 


Dale Barrick 
Cecelia Gephart 
Thomas Becker 
Dennis Behan 
Douglas Behan 


Thomas Behan 
William Behnke 
Elaine Benson 
Kathryn Benson 
Mark Bernstein 


204 SOPHOMORES 


— 








Mary Besaw 
Bonnie Bickers 
Julia Bierer 
Linda Black 
Glen Blackstone 



Patricia Bland 
Susan Blankenbaker 
David Bloodgood 
James Bone 
Kristin Bonkemeyer 


Michael Bookout 
Karen Bose 
Donald Bouchillon 
Danny Bowen 
Deborah Bowers 


Linda Bowles 
Joseph Boyle 
Cheryl Bracken 
David Bridgeman 
Christine Brighter 


Benjamin Brown 
Barbara Buckingham 
Michael Burnell 
Jeffrey Burchett 
James Burdette 



“Over the river and through the woods to Grandmother’s house we go.” 





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SOPHOMORES 205 




















Michael Burnell 
Daniel Burns 
Janet Burt 




Neil Butler 
Gary Byrne 
Daniel Callahan 


Thomas Callow 
Joanne Campbell 
Susan Campbell 


Christine Carter 
Shirley Carter 
James Mahan 





“Now, let’s see, two cups of Max¬ 
well House . . 


Patrick Cassidy 
John Casto 
Michael Cavalero 
William Chambless 
Wendy Chandler 


Frances Cirillo 
Richard Clark 
Frances Clarke 
Douglas Coffey 
Anne Cole 


Anita Coles 
Ruth Comer 
Michael Cooney 
Kathleen Cormier 
William Cox 


Robert Crane 
Laurie Crichton 
Anita Crotts 
Wilma Dalton 
Lois D’Angelo 


206 SOPHOMORES 




Jefrey Davidson 
Susan Davies 
Nancy Davis 
Carol Dempsey 
Joseph Desrosiers 


Kathleen Dillon 
Terry Dixon 
Mary Dodson 
Ellen Douglas 
Helen Dowden 


Diana Dreiss 
Joann Duncan 
Janet Dunn 
Todd Edholm 
Sheila Eichenauer 


Leslie Ellis 
John Epley 
Sue Erlenkotter 
Elizabeth Estes 
Martin Evans 


Merrilee Fellows 
Marilyn Ferri 
Julie Flattery 
Carol Folawn 
Kathleen Ford 


Carol Forsman 
Diane Foster 
Jack Fox 


Nick Fragala 
Michael Frame 



Robert Frere 
Ronald Frere 




Diana Fuller 
Michael Galasso 


Robert Gardner 
Joan Gardner 


Kristi Gaskins 
Diane George 


Christine Geraci 
Leo Gerald 


William Gideon 
John Gilroy 




Richard Gobeille 
Barbara Goltz 
Sandra Goodman 
Billie Gordon 
Lauren Gordon 


Stephen Gorey 
Steven Gralla 
Ellen Green 
Frank Green 
Gail Greever 


Patricia Guidi 
Pat Hagarty 
Katherine Hall 
Diane Ham 
William Hamaker 


208 SOPHOMORES 




Barbara Hamilton 
Michael Hamilton 
Nancy Hardee 
Philip Hardin 
Macon Harper 


Michael Harper 
Alan Harrison 
Pat Hasie 
Leslie Hayward 
Hope Heaven 


Bruce Heflin 
Thomas Hegarty 
Pamela Heinze 
Nancy Heiser 
Robert Hieronymus 


Susan Hilson 
Linda Hink 
Ted Hobson 
John Hoecker 
James Hoffman 


Michael Holmes 
Linda Holscher 
Peter Holtz 
Linda Hospelhorn 
Lawrence Houseworth 


Hartford Howell 
Debra Hubbard 
William Hunter 
Rebecca Hupp 
Clyde Hustvedt 


Dana Hustvedt 
Nancy Hustvedt 
Andrea Hynes 
Andrew Jay 
Stephen Jenkins 


Janice Johnston 
Kathleen Johnston 
Gregory Jones 
Richard Jones 
Wanda Judd 





SOPHOMORES 209 



Joe Juliano 
Rita Katz 



Jamie Kearney 
Keith Kearney 


Bonnie Keleher 
Joanne Kelley 


Prudence Kimbrough 
Carolyn Kissinger 


Thomas Klingman 
Patricia Klinstiver 
Janet Knight 
Kenneth Konicka 
Candace Krause 


Doreen Lafone 
Mary La Mantia 
Sharon Lambert 
Pamela Landreth 
Judith Lankenau 


Virginia Lankenau 
Jacqueline Larkins 
Letitia La Roche 
Donald Lawall 
Frederic Lee 


Jane Leeds 
Diane Leith 
Bob Lewis 
Jay Lippman 
Christine Long 


210 SOPHOMORES 




David Lowe 
Kent Lundberg 
Eric Lutz 
Christine Lynch 
Harvey Mackey 


Karen Magaldi 
Frederick Mallon 
Marjorie Mallon 
Catherine Manning 
Gary Manning 


Suzanne Marietta 
Jordi Masgrau 
James Maslowski 
Cheryl Maxwell 
Maureen McCarron 


Donald McCoy 
Lucy McCoy 
Patricia McCoy 
Maureen McDermott 
Susan McFarland 


Sheila McGuire 
Derrek McJury 


Gail McKinney 
Cicely McLaughlin 


Suzanne Merrow 
Robert Merryman 


Sandra Mikel 
Dee Miller 





The fallout is really terrible, Mom 
Could you come and get me?” 


I '$!* Vw 


SOPHOMORES 211 









Jerry Miller 
Bonnie Millner 
Broge Miner 
Jean Mitchell 
William Montgomery 


Glenda Moore 
Susan Morgan 
William Morris 
Florence Moses 
Frederick Moses 


Kenneth Mosher 
Marcella Mullady 
Paul Mullen 
Leslie Nell 

Georganne Nicholson 


Marcia Nickerson 
George Nield 
Richard Nowell 
Patricia Oden 
Peggy O’Halloran 


Leonard Olson 
Dexter Omori 
Janet Overgaard 
Carol Overstreet 
William Owen 




Thomas Owen 
Ann Papin 
John Parker 
Mark Parris 
Jim Paul 


Deborah Pauli 
Glenda Payne 
Mary Payne 
Wendy Peek 
Christine Peterson 


Rebecca Phillips 
Doris Kay Phillips 
Wayne Pickett 
Nelson Pierce 
Jerry Pietroswicz 


212 SOPHOMORES 





Gary Piggott 
Cathleen Pilliod 
Tracy Pollock 
Diana Potter 
Stephen Pratt 


Deborah Putman 
Alyce Pyle 
Chris Ramey 
Gayle Ramsey 
Larry Randolph 


Ulrich Rauscher 
Daryl Ray 
Kurt Renz 
Daniel Reynolds 
Mary Lou Richardson 





Nancy Richmond 
Stephen Risley 


Ann Ritchey 
Carolyn Roberts 


Jeffrey Robinson 
Gerald Rochette 


Russell Rogers 
Keith Rollman 


Barbara Ross 
Vera Rowe 



SOPHOMORES 213 




Patt Rusek 
John Russo 



Larry Salmons 
Susan Salzman 


Beverly Sams 
Bruce Sanza 


Frederick Sauer 
Karen Schaeffer 


Margaret Schafer 
Barbara Scherer 
Jean Schexnailder 
Jeffrey Schick 
Janette Schmerbeck 


David Schulz 
Elizabeth Scott 
Deborah Seal 
Patricia Serviss 
Frederick Seward 


David Shafferman 
Gregory Sharon 
Sim Shattuck 
Gilbert Shaw 
Steven Shaw 


Carolyn Sheen 
Theresa Slonceski 
Joseph Smathers 
Rebecca Smith 
Jo Ann Smith 


214 SOPHOMORES 



Larry Smith 
Linda J. Smith 
Linda L. Smith 
Maureen Smith 
Richard Smith 


Ronald Smith 
Susan Smith 
Janet Smoot 
Carol Snider 
Helen Sorrell 


Craig Sours 
Eileen Spalding 
Jean Stakem 
Ronald Stansbury 
William Starker 


Morris Startzel 
Harry Stearns 
Kathleen Steffes 
Peggy Jo Stidd 
Harold Stirling 


Victoria Stirrup 
Jan Storm 


Sigrid Strecker 
Ruth Street 


Jeanne Swartz 
Wende Sylvester 


Marla Taylor 
Krista Thie 



A star attraction at any Annandale 
talent show. 


SOPHOMORES 215 




Geography? 




Kelly Thompson 
Catherine Tidball 


John Tighe 
Robert Timlin 


John Tolliver 
Thomas Tracy 



James Triesler 
George Tucker 


Sharon Tucker 
Stuart Turner 
Theodore Upchurch 
Russel Utt 
William Van Auken 




Gary Vann 
Robert Waller 
Lynn Wallingford 
Denny Watson 
John Watson 



Kenneth Watson 
Hulda Weixel 
Karen Welcher 
Dana Wells 
Douglas Wendt 


Ann Wesson 
Donna White 
Robert Wilber 
Gary Wilkins 
Kathleen Willett 


216 SOPHOMORES 







Aleta Williams 
Brenda Williams 
Linda Williams 
Eric Wilson 
Penny Windsor 


Alvin Wolfer 
Ann Wood 
Thomas Wood 
Susan Woods 
Denise Worley 


Norman Worrell 
William Youell 
Darlene Young 



Kristine Becker 
William Dykes 
Ronnie Frere 
Patrick Hagarty 
William Hamaker 


William Hunter 
Dana Hustvedt 
Patricia Lolmaugh 
James McDonald 
Diane Malone 


Connie McGram 
Michael McNamera 
King Merendino 
Marsha Nickerson 


John O’Connor 
Gayle Ramsey 
Danny Stuart 



SOPHOMORES 217 



Freshmen in the art of being freshmen. 



Freshman Class Officers: Sally Sullivan, Vice-Presi¬ 
dent; Sue Shepherd, Secretary; Joan Ramme, Treas¬ 
urer; Rick Ellson, President. 


CLASS OF 1969 


September —School map, student handbook, 
and schedule in hand, I ventured upon An- 
nandale High School. During first period I 
sat quietly in my homeroom. Only when I no¬ 
ticed my book was entitled Trigonometry did 
I realize that I had cut my first class. But 
lunch period was the most crushing half 
hour; in the midst of a sickening smell of 
warm milk and the noise of several hundred 
teenagers, not a friendly face, not an empty 
seat could I find; I retired to a corner. 

June —Only a few days from becoming a sop¬ 
homore, I am now a changing person. My 
cafeteria clique includes eighteen members 
of the same sex, I belong to twelve clubs, and 
I own my first hardcover yearbook. In these 
past nine months, I have begun to learn, if 
not understand, the art of attending Annan- 
dale High School. 


218 FRESHMEN 














Chuck Moebus defeats Mr. Higgins in a lightning- 
fast round of tic-tac-toe. 



Another freshman is about to be freed from the up- 
perclass prison? 



Mr. Porter, class sponsor, and Rick Ellson look 
over the calendar of events for the class of ’69. 


Mr. Bolding delivers another address on the impor¬ 
tance of being grammatical. 



FRESHMEN 219 










Nancy Abbott 
George Anderson 
Timothy Anderson 


Jonny Ange 
Victoria Ange 
Charles Angelos 


Denise Archer 
Cassondra Armstrong 
Robert Armstrong 




. . and all other restrooms have 
been secured.” 


John Baber 
Thomas Baer 
Robert Ballard 
Theresa Barbagallo 
Noel Basnight 


Nancy Baydala 
Richard Belcher 
Linda Bell 
Timothy Belue 
Patricia Benedict 


William Benner 
Adela Bertran 
Jay Beswick 
Sam Bettes 
Leonard Bianchi 


Mary Biggs 
Marcia Billingsley 
Patricia Black 
Rebecca Blood 
Jane Bloodgood 


220 FRESHMEN 








Darius Bly 
Deborah Boatright 
Paul Bolding 
George Bone 
Bill Boothe 


Steven Bouher 
Leanne Bovis 
Mary Brake 
Jeremy Brettner 
Patricia Brockmeier 


Patricia Brown 
Rebecca Bryan 
Jennifer Bryant 
Kathleen Bucco 
Wingate Burden 


R. Burnett 
Charles Butler 
John Butz 
Bruce Buxton 
David Calabrese 


Barbara Callahan 
Brenda Callahan 
Tom Calvert 
John Cameron 
Harold Campbell 



Annandale High after the ’66 earthquake. 




David Canha 
Richard Carpenter 
Martin Carvalho 


Janet Carlson 
Connie Casey 
William Chalkley 


Marak Chesebro 
Kathryn Christopher 
Vance Church 




Donald Clark 
Mary Clark 
Deborah Cole 









Carolyn Clay 
Dorrian Coffeen 
Sherman Collings 
Sally Compton 
Carolyn Conway 


Carroll Cook 
Mark Cook 
Robert Cook 
James Cookmeyer 
Paul Cooley 


Kathleen Coombs 
Deborah Coons 
Letitia Cooper 
Gail Coppage 
Terrie Cox 


Steve Coppersmith 
Greig Craft 
Michael Craven 
Anthony Creasy 
Cynthia Cronan 


222 FRESHMEN 






Geoffrey Crouch 
Vicki Cuiffreda 
Deborah Cummings 
Denise Dabbs 
Karen Daly 


Sally Dangelo 
Nancy Darsch 
Carol Daughn 
John Davidson 
Harry Davis 


Patricia Davis 
Patricia Lynne Davis 
Herman Demme 
James DeMott 
Nicholas Dennis 


Michelyn Derning 
Patrick Derning 
Jane Desmond 
Forrest Detwiler 
Joan Devoe 


Diana Dew 
Carolyn Dewey 
Ervin Dickson 
Deborah Dillon 
Bill Dixon 


Gerald Doane 
James Doane 


Susan Dodson 
L. Douet 


Patricia Duffey 
Timothy Donahue 




224 FRESHMEN 


John Doody 
Deborah Dooley 


Nelda Dotson 
Loren DuBois 


Lynn Duckworth 
Owen Dunn 


H. Dykes 
Paula Early 


Richard Eastman 
Karen Edholm 



Janet Schoonover prepares to race to the door. 



Robert Edmonds 
Michael Edmonston 
Anita Elliot 
Richard Ellson 
Gween Ely 


Peter Erickson 
Larry Evans 

A worm’s-eye view of AHS. 







Andrew Ferguson 
Michael Finlayson 
George Fisher 
Susan Fogg 
Mary Foley 


William Ford 
Robert Fox 
Suzanne Fox 
Pamela Fred 
Lisa Freytag 


Carol Fulton 
Fred Fulton 
Paul Gallagher 
Robert Garsson 
Steven Gastellum 


Cheryl Gear 
Bonnie Getts 
R. Gilbraith 
Patricia Gillikin 
Steven Girard 


Patricia Gousha 
Melissa Goll 
Janice Goltz 
Kevin Good 
Kyle Good 


John Gordon 
John Graham 
Stephen Grainer 
Susan Grainger 
Ruth Green 


William Green 
Karen Grimsley 
Theresa Hagarty 
Philip Haisley 
Steven Hall 


Michael Hamill 
Bradley Hamilton 
David Hanline 
Kim Hannemann 
Karen Hansen 



FRESHMEN 225 


Cecil Hardee 
Pauline Hardy 



Elizabeth Harmon 
Mary Harrington 


Helene Harrison 
Michael Harrison 


Douglas Hartline 
Nancy Hatch 


Debra Haught 
Clinton Hawkins 
Donna Hayes 
Judy Hayes 
Timothy Healy 


James Heighes 
Eldon Henningsen 
Terrence Henry 
Deborah Hepler 
William Hieronymus 


Shirley Hill 
Rodney Hinkel 
Leslie Hiscox 
Sally Hook 
Sigrid Holsonbake 


Jim Hottle 
Jerald Houck 
Susan House 
Donald Howell 
Patricia Hudson 


226 FRESHMEN 



Greg Hunter 
Philo Hutcheson 
Diane Inscoe 
Lois Ireland 
Dana Ivy 


Dorothy Johnson 
Elizabeth Johnson 
John Johnson 
Susan Johnson 
Lucinda Jones 


Gary Judd 
Michael Keeffe 
Steve Keller 
Kathleen Kelley 
Michael Kelly 


Thomas Kelly 
Sheridan Kellogg 
Victoria Kemp 
Benjamin Kenyon III 
Patricia Kent 


Frances Keyes 
Justice King 


Kerry Kingham 
Sharon Kocourek 


Colleen Kohut 
Shelly Kozman 


David Kuniansky 
Jan Kurtz 



FRESHMEN 227 







Linda Kuss 
Elizabeth Kyle 
Charles Lamarca 
Edward Lambert 
David Lamp 


Stephen Langhorne 
Joan Latimer 
Louise Laudenberger 
Joan Ramme 
Jeanette Lauver 


Robert Lawall 
Ann Leamy 
Jeffrey Ledoux 
Debra Leder 
Patricia Leister 


Robert Lennon 
Robert Lerch 
Deborah Lewis 
Jo Lewis 

Jeffrey Lichtenfels 


David Lingo 
Richard Lopes 
Linda Lough 
Ellen Luhman 
Linda Lynch 


Philip Mahan 
Nancy Marion 
Neel Martin 
Marlene Maslaney 
Charles Materne 


Barbara Mattingly 
Stephen Mawyer 
Paula May 
Gail McCann 
Andrew McConnell 


James McDermott 
Patrick McDonald 
Linda McGee 
Stephen McGee 
Kathy McGuire 


228 FRESHMEN 






Mary Ann McGurgan 
Carla McKinney 
Ronald McMillan 
Mark McPadden 
Meredith Melancon 


Douglas Menefee 
Carol Merryman 
Bernard Newhort 
Lynn Miller 
Naomi Miller 


Robert Miller 
Ray Mitchell 
Charles Moebus 
Susan Monch 
Deborah Mooney 



Miss Moire frugs her way into her home¬ 
room’s heart. 



Diane Morgan 
William Morris 


George Moser 
Doretta Mudd 


Kevin Mullin 
Patty Mullins 


Gloria Munoz 
Margie Raphael 



Gregory Nagin 
Darrell Newland 



FRESHMEN 229 



Mary Nolen 
Michele Norton 



Leonard O’Brien 
Michael O’Brien 


Delores O’Connor 
William Oderwald 


Denise Oliver 
Michael Oliver 


Elaine Osecky 
Jennifer Oudine 
David Painter 
Frances Park 
Julia Paschall 


Frances Patrick 
Mary Peach 
James Penn 
Lundy Pentz 
Kristin Pew 


Richard Pfrang 
Diane Philles 
Rosa Peterson 
Denise Petros 
Richard Phillips 


Susan Phillips 
Michael Picciano 
Deborah Pitt 
Charles Plummer 
Michael Poole 


230 FRESHMEN 





Mary Pork 
Lawrence Prager 
Charles Prey 
Robert Presler 
Linda Privett 


David Pyatt 
Paul Pyle 
Carol Pyles 
Linda Quarforth 
Mary Raftery 


Brenda Jean Ragen 
Joan Ramme 
Deborah Randall 
Peggy Randall 
Margie Raphael 


Rosemary Ratcliff 
Barbara Rauscher 
Gaylon Ray 
Mary Ray 
Darlene Raze 


Charles Requard 
Sheri Riba 


Mary Sue Richardson 
Stephen Richardson 


Peter Ries 
Barbara Ripani 


Peter Risley 
Colleen Robbins 




Mrs. Fairchild’s baby 



at rest. 



FRESHMEN 231 





Kenneth Roberson 
John Roberts 
Paul Roberts 
Robert Robinson 
David Rode 


Marianne Rowe 
Walter Rozamus 
Rachel Rushing 
John Russell 
Kathy Ruths 


Cheryl Ryan 
Karen Ryan 
Raymond Sanchiz 
Michael Sanders 
Pamela Sargent 


Nan Sayles 
Kerry Scanlon 
Marcia Scantlebury 
Denise Schaeffer 
Kristine Scharfen 


Walter Schilling 
Robert Schless 
Janet Schoonover 
Mary Ellen Scott 
Thomas Scott 


David Seward 
James Shaug 
Brenda Shawley 
Susan Shepherd 
Robert Shoemaker 


Elizabeth Simon 
Patricia Simpson 
Anne Skelsey 
Daniel Skelton 
Paul Sloan 


Michael Smallwood 
Laurel Smedley 
Richard Smethurst 
Andrea Smith 
Andrew Smith 


232 FRESHMEN 



Brenda Smith 
Cotton Smith 
Christine Smith 
Patricia Smith 
Philip Smith 


Deborah Snyder 
Deborah Spafford 
Harold Spelman 
James Spurlock 
Peggy Starkey 


Athana Stevens 
Jane Stevens 
Jerry Steward 
Suzanne Steward 
Jo Ann Stirling 


Peter Stone 
Jacqueline Stoner 
Janean Sullivan 
Ronald Sullivan 
Sally Sullivan 


John Suter 
Cecelia Tassara 
Carolyn Tatem 
Jack Taylor 
Suzanne Taylor 


Alexander Tedisco 
Juanita Thiede 
Kathy Thompson 
Thais Thompson 
Mary Thornton 


Debra Tilton 
Richard Tinney 
Deborah Todd 
Michael Trenery 
Douglas Turner 


Sondra Turner 
Deborah Tussey 
Thomas Tyler 
Michael Ulmer 



FRESHMEN 233 


Kathy Von Doran 
Liliana Vanella 



Philippe Vergne 
Donald Verly 


Kathy Wade 
Wendy Wakefield 


James Walker 
Michael Waller 


Gay Waldron 
Judy Walsworth 
William Weakley 
Thomas Webb 
Joseph Weber 


Kathy Weber 
Thomas Weber 
James Wellborn 
Robert Wendling 
Vicki Jo Wendt 


William Wessinger 
Theresa Whalen 
Judy Whelan 
Linda White 
Thomas White 


Pamela Whiting 
Linda Widdicombe 
Sylvia Wilhemi 
Theresa Wilhemi 
Deborah Wilkes 


234 FRESHMEN 






David Williams 
Joe Williams 
Linda Williams 
Nancy Williams 
Sharon Williams 


Steven Willis 
Charles Wilson 
Donald Windsor 
Scott Winfield 
Roy Wingo 


Kathy Wohlford 
James Wolfe 
James Wood 
Richard Wood 
Deborah Woodward 


John Wooten 
Karen Wright 
Alice Wyrick 
Susan Wynne 
Deborah Yantis 


Bonnie Yoast 
Nancy Youngren 
Robert Zikowitz 



“I’m g-getting s-sea s-sick!” 



FRESHMEN 235 






Dick and Ruth find out that you can really make yourself at home at Michelbach’s Furniture, Ravensworth 
Road and Rt. 236, Annandale. 



Steve learns that it is difficult to shoplift at Annandale 
Millwork, Rt. 236, Annandale. 


You can find gifts for all occasions at McCormick 
Jewelers, Columbia Pike, Annandale. 


236 ADVERTISEMENTS 





























Mike shows Kathy how to get ready for the Prom at 
Vern’s Hair Fashions, Springfield. 


Skip shows Allison the man-eating plants at Annandale 
Florist, Columbia Pike, Annandale. 



Even Greg knows that your money is safe at Mount Vernon National Bank, Annandale. 


ADVERTISEMENTS 237 













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Pete admires his reflection in a newly polished bowl¬ 
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238 ADVERTISEMENTS 
















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John plays Kathy for the next bottle at Maple House of Furniture, Bradlick Shopping Center. 


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240 ADVERTISEMENTS 


















































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242 ADVERTISEMENTS 









INDEX 


A 

Aaron, Dennis (10)—204 
Abbott, Nancy (9)—220 
Abell, Julian D. (T)—46 
A-Blast— 129 
Abrams, Dale (11)—188 
Adams, Henry (T) (12)—62 
Adams, Margaret (12)—62 
Adams, Mary (10) 

Adams, Robert (9)—156, 164, 220 
Adams, Shari (10)—117, 204 
Adamson, David (10)—204 
Adcock, Wyman (12)—62 
AFS— 125 

Ailstock, Richard E. (T)—47 

Aines, Robert (12)—62, 150, 151 

Albright, Peggie (12)—62 

Albright, Linda (12)—50, 62, 109, 110, 121, 138 

Albright, Robert (11)—188 

Albro. Michael (12)—15, 20, 62, 68, 148, 150, 151, 153 

Allen, John (12)—62, 112 

Allen, Mary (10)—204 

Altice, Helen (11)—188 

Ames, Elizabeth M. (T)—44, 61 

Anceravage, Beverly (12)—62 

Anders, Marjorie (10)—123, 204 

Anderson, George (9)—220 

Anderson, Jack (10)—204 

Anderson, Kathryn (12)—62, 115 

Anderson, Thomas (10)—204 

Anderson, Timothy (9)—220 

Andrews, Bruce (11)—150, 188 

Andrews, Sally (12)—62, 109, 115 

Andrews, Vicki (10)—115, 204 

Ange, Jonny (9)—156, 220 

Ange, Victoria (9)—117, 220 

Angelos, Charles (9)—220 

Antenna —7, 126 

Appleyard, Carol (11)—188 

Archer, Denise (9)—220 

Arcuri, Patricia (10)—117, 204 

Armstrong, Cassandra (9)—220 

Armstrong, James E. (12)—63 

Armstrong, Mark (10)—204 

Armstrong, Robert (9)—220 

Armstrong, S. Alison (12)—63, 128, 12A 

Arny, David (9)—220 

Art Department —53 

Arthur, Douglas (12)—14, 63, 112 

Arthur, Richard (10)—204 

Arthur, Robert (12)—63 

Ashenhurst, Annabelle—41 

Aspinall, Barbara A. (T)—44, 128 

Asselstine, Erin (9)—220 

Asselstine, James (12)—63 

Atkinson, Elizabeth (11)—188 

Augustin, Mercedes (12)—63, 109 

Austin, Linda (9)—112, 220 

Avery, Wayne (12)—63 

Ayers, Rodney (12)—63 

Ayres, Sally (10)—141, 204 

Ayscue, Sandra (10)—204 


B 

Baber, John (9)—220 
Bacon, Judith (11)—139, 188 
Bacon, Susan (10)—141, 204 
Badin, Charles (10)—204 
Badin, Karen (12)—63 
Baer, John (11)—188 
Baer, Thomas (9)—220 
Bahr, Jeffrey (10)—156, 204 
Bailey, David (12)—64 
Bailey, Jaqueline (12)—64 
Bailey, Judith (10)—204 
Baker, James (11)—188 
Balas, Peter (12)—23, 64, 93 
Balas, Richard (10)—204 
Balas, Robert (11)—188 
Ball, Patricia (10)—204 
Ball, William (12)—64, 167 
Ballard, Robert (9)—119, 220 
Ballew, Deborah (10)—204 
Ballew, Dudley (11)—188 
Ballew, Kimberly (9)—220 
Band —142, 143 

Bangert, Christine (11)—118, 188 
Barbagallo, Theresa (9)—220 
Barber, John (11)—118, 188 
Bard, Phillip (10)—204 
Bard, Sally (10)—112, 136, 141, 204 
Barrick, Dale (10)—204 
Bartlett, Mary E. (T)—41 
Bartlett, William H (T)—48 
Basnight, Noel (9)—220 
Bass, Bruce (11)—188 
Battaglia, Mary R.—42 


Battaglia, Nancy (11)—42, 188 
Baydala, Nancy (9)—117, 124, 220 
Baydala, Thomas (11)—188 
Beach, Robert (11)—150, 188 
Beaudoin, Karen (12)—64 
Beazley, Robert (12)—64 
Becker, Kristine (10)—141, 204 
Becker, J. Thomas (10)—204 
Beckley, Michael (12) 

Beebe, Karen (12)—64 
Beery, Edmund (11)—188 
Behan, Dennis (10)—167, 204 
Behan, Douglas (10)—167, 204 
Behan, Thomas (10)—156, 204 
Behnke, Carolyn (11)—188 
Behnke, William (10)—164, 204 
Belanger, Craig (10) 

Belcher, Richard (9)—220 
Bell, Janet (11)—188 
Bell, Jean (11)—139, 188 
Bell, Linda (9)—220 
Bell, Ronald (11)—188 
Beller, Barbara (12)—65 
Belt, Susan (11)—188 
Belue, Timothy (9)—220 
Benedict, Patricia (9)—220 
Benner, William (9)—220 
Bennett, Russell (9)—220 
Benson, Elaine (10)—204 
Benson Kathryn (10)—141, 204 
Benson, Kenneth (12)—65 
Benton, Virginia (11)—188 
Berg, Sharon (12)—65 
Bertholf, Jan (10) 

Bertolini, Sharon (10) 

Bertran, Adela (9)—220 
Besaw, Mary (10)—204 
Best, Carolyn (12)—65 
Beswick, Jay (9)—220 
Beto, Franklin J. (T)—57 
Bettes, Samuel (9)—220 
Beuschel, Leslie (11)—188 
Bevels, Terry (11)—188 
Beverly, Kitty (12)—65 
Beydler, Joyce (9)—220 
Bianchi, Leonard (9)—220 
Bickers, Bonnie (10)—204 
Bierce, Mary (11)—188 
Bierer, Julia (10)—140, 204 
Biggs, Mary (9)—220 
Billingsley, Marcia (9)—220 
Bio-Chemistry Club —132 
Bird, Kermit (11)—188 
Black, Linda (10)—204 
Black, Patricia (9)—125, 220 
Blacksmith, Joy (11)—122, 188 
Blackstone, Glen (10)—164, 204 
Blaine, Kathleen (11)—178, 180, 188 
Blake, Susan (11) 

Bland, Betsy (11)—178, 188 
Bland, Patricia (10)—136, 141, 205 
Blankenbaker, Jane (12)—65 
Blankenbaker, Susan (10)—140, 205 
Blessington, William (11)—188 
Blood, Rebecca (9)—220 
Blood, Victoria (12)—65, 138 
Bloodgood, David (10)—205 
Bloodgood, Jane (9)—220 
Bly, Darius (9)—156, 221 
Blyth, Charles (12)—65, 109, 123 
Boatwright, Deborah (9)—221 
Bodling, Paul (9)—221 
Bolding, James W (T)—45, 157 
Boles, Clayton (12)—65 
Bolelyn, John C. (T)—46 
Bolelyn, Linda (11)—189 
Bone, George (9)—221 
Bone, James (10)—205 
Bookout, Constance (12)—65 
Bookout, Michael (10)—205 
Boothe, William (9)—221 
Bornhoft, Melody (12)—65, 180 
Bose, Karen (10)—205 
Botts, Joe (9-12)—156 
Bouchillon, Donald (10)—205 
Bouher, Steven (9)—221 
Bovis, Leanne (9)—221 
Bowen, Danny (10)—167, 205 
Bowen, Donald (11)—188 
Bowers, Deborah (10)—205 
Bowles, Dee (12)—65 
Boyd, David (11) 

Boyle, Joseph (10)—205 
Boyle, Sandra (11)—189 
Bracken, Cheryl (10)—109, 205 
Bradley, Patrick (11)—189 
Brady, Stradley (11)—189 
Brake, Mary (9)—221 
Brake, William (11)—150, 164, 189 
Branch, Brian (9)—221 
Brandon, Christopher (12)—66 

Braun, Eugenia (12)—66, 109, 111, 115, 122, 128, 138 
Bray, Donna (12)—17, 66, 109, 122, 138 
Breitenberg, Eugene H. (T)—48 
Bremer, Theodore (10) 

Brettner, L. Jeremy (9)—221 
Brewer, Susan (11)—189 


Bridgeman, David (10)—205 
Brighter, Christine (10)—125, 205 
Brillhart, Leland (12)—66 
Brock, Gregory (12)—16, 66 
Brockmeier, Patricia (9)—221 
Brown, Benjamin (10)—205 
Brown, Gary (11) 

Brown, J. Christine (11)—189 

Brown, Jacquelin (12)—66, 115, 117, 124 

Brown, Kenneth (12) 

Brown, Patricia (9)—221 
Brown, Thomas (12)—66 
Brown, Thomas P. (12)—66 
Bruen, Linda (11)—189 
Bryan, Rebecca (9)—221 
Bryant, Earl (12)—66, 125 
Bryant, E. Jennifer (9)—221 
Bryant, Pamela (12) 

Brynaert, Shaaron (12)—66 
Bucco, Kathleen (9)—221 
Bucher, Sherry (10) 

Buck, Katherine J. (T)—51, 180, 181 
Buckingham, Barbara (10)—140, 205 
Buckingham, Carol (11)—116, 189 
Buckley, Ralph E. (A)—38 
Buckley, Russell H. (T)—50 
Buckner, Mary (11)—139 
Bugin, Walter F. (T)—47 
Bulow, Sandra (10)—205 
Burchett, Jeffrey (10)—205 
Burdette, James (10)—167, 205 
Burden, Wingate (9)—156, 221 

Burgler, Terry (12)—67, 112, 113, 114, 148, 150, 151, 
167, 169 

Burke, Richard (11)—189 
Burlockoff, Barbara (12)—67 
Burnell, Michael (10)—206 
Burnett, Laura (12)—67, 128 
Burns, Daniel (10)—156, 167, 206 
Burns, Russell (10) 

Burris, Tommie (12)—67 
Burt, Janet (10)—124, 141, 206 
Buscher, Emily K.—41 
Business Department —49 
Butler, Charles (9)—156, 221 
Butler, Neil (10)—206 
Butz, John (9)—221 
Buxton, Bruce (9)—221 
Byrne, Gary (10)—206 
Byrne, James (11) 


C 


Cafeteria Staff —54 
Calabrese, David (9)—221 
Calabrese, Joseph (12)—67 
Callaghan, Margaret (12)—67 
Callahan, Barbara (9)—221 
Callahan, Brenda (9)—221 
Callahan, Daniel (10)—206 
Callow, Thomas (10)—156, 206 
Calvert, Peggy (11)—189 
Calvert, Tom (9)—221 
Cameron, John (9)—121, 221 
Campbell, Bruce (10) 

Campbell, Christy (11)—189 
Campbell, Joanne (10)—206 
Campbell, Michael (12)—67 
Campbell, Susan (10)—206 
Candemir, Bilge (12)—67, 125 
Canha, David (9)—222 
Canonica, Donald A, (T)—42 
Capio, Lorinda (11)—189 
Carley, John (12)—67 
Carpenter, Richard (9)—222 
Carr, Alfred (10) 

Carter, Barbara Sue (T)—44 
Carter, Christine (10)—206 
Carter, James (12)—17, 67, 114, 121 
Carter, Michelle (11)—189 
Carter, Shirley (10)—206 
Carvalho, Eric (12) 

Carvalho, Martin (9)—222 
Casey, Connie (9)—222 
Caskey, Jane (12)—67 
Cassedy, Elizabeth (10)—141 
Cassedy, Marion I. (T)—46 
Cassidy, Joan (12)—67, 109 
Cassidy, Patrick (10)—20, 122, 206 
Casto, John (10)—206 
Cauble, Nancy (11)—139, 189 
Cavalero, Michael (10)—206 
Chalkley, William (9)—156, 222 
Chambers, Pamela (12)—68 
Chambless, Paula (12)—68 
Chambless, William (10)—156, 167, 206 
Chandler, Wendy (10)—141, 206 
Chapman, Thomas (10) 

Checkovich, Peter (11)—112, 189 
Cheerleaders; V., J.V., Frosh —57, 134 
Chernis, Marilyn (12)—68 


INDEX 243 


Cherpak, Suzanne (12)—68 
Chesebro, Mark (9)—222 
Chester, Sylvia M. (T)—57 
Chinnis, Sharon (12)—68 
Choirs—5, 144 

Christie, Kathryn (11)—178, 180, 189 
Christopher, Kathryn (9)—222 
Christopher, Roger (12) 

Church, Vance (9)—222 

Cirillo, Frances (10)—109, 110, 141, 206 

Ciuffreda, Vicki (9)—222 

Civitans —116 

Clague, Susan (12)—68 

Clancy, Patrick (12)—68 

Clark, Allan (12) 

Clark, Donald (9)—222 

Clark, Linda (11)—110, 117, 128, 189 

Clark, Richard (10)—17, 112, 156, 206 

Clark, Robert (11)—189 

Clark, Robert G. (11)—189 

Clark, Sharon (11)—189 

Clarke, Finley T. (A)—40 

Clarke, Frances (10)—206 

Clarke, Mary (9)—222 

Clarke, R. Burton (10) 

Clarkin, Christopher (11) 

Clausen, Dianne (11)—189 
Clausen, Donna (11)—190 
Clay, Jan (11)—134, 190 
Clay, Carolyn (9)—222 
Clem, Gary (11)—190 
Cockrill, Lynn (11)—122, 190 
Coffeen, Dorrian (9)—222 
Coffeen, Robert (12)—68, 123 
Coffey, Douglas (10)—206 
Coggins, Sharon (11)—190 
Cohoon, Anita (12)—69, 180 
Cole, Anne (10)—124, 206 
Cn'e. Deborah (9)—222 
Cole, Evelyn (11)—190 
Coleman. John (10)—167 
Colen, Libby (11)—118, 125, 190 
Coles, Anita (10)—109, 141, 206 
Coles, Kathleen (11)—128, 190 
Collings, Sherman (9)—222 
Collins, Evelyn (12) 

Collins, Newton (12)—69 

Collins, Sheryda (11)—118, 190 

Colman, Barbara (12)—69 

Comer, Ruth (10)—206 

Comerford, Robert (9)—156 

Comerford, Ronald (12)—69, 148, 150, 151, 152 

Compton, Sally (9)—222 

Connell, Harold J. (T)—53 

Connelly, Charles (11)—190 

Connolly, James (11) 

Connolly, William (12) 

Conway, Carolyn (9)—222 
Cook, Carroll (9)—222 
Cook, Danny (11) 

Cook, Larry (11)—190 

Cook, Mark (9)—222 

Cook, Robert (9)—222 

Cook, Sandra (12)—18, 19, 69, 138, 156 

Cook, Sue (11)—190 

Cooke, Susan (12)—69, 115, 121, 138 

Cookmeyer, James (9)—156, 222 

Cooley, Paul (9)—222 

Coombs, Kathleen (9)—179, 222 

Coombs, Ruth (11)—18, 118, 190 

Coon, Patricia (9)—222 

Cooney, Michael (10)—206 

Coons, Deborah (9)—? 5 2 

Coons, Patricia (11)—190 

Cooper, Carol (11)—115, 190 

Cooper, Letitia (9)—222 

Cope, John (10) 

Coppage, Gail (9)—222 
Coppersmith, Stephen (9)—222 
Cordes, Don (12)—69, 116 
Cormier, Kathleen (10)—206 
Cormier, Paul (11) 

Corns, Charleen (11)—190 

Cosner, Charles (11)—190 

Costello, George W. (T)—48 

Cottrill, Charles (12)—69 

Cottrill, Theresa (11)—190 

Coulter, William (12)—69 

Couper, Robert (9)—222 

Coveil, Mary (12)—60, 70, 83, 87, 115, 134 

Cowan, Suzanne (12)—70 

Cowart, Randal (11) 

Cowgill, Thomas (12)—70 
Cox, Earl (11) 

Cox, Jack (11)—190 

Cox, Terrie (9)—222 

Cox, William (101)—206 

Coyle, James W. (T)—51 

Craft, Greig (9)—112, 156, 222 

Crane, Robert (9)—222 

Crane, Robert J. (10)—156, 206 

Crane, Steven (12)—70, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153 

Craven, Michael (9)—222 

Creasy, Anthony (9)—156, 222 

Creasy, Rita (12)—70 

Crichton, Laurie (10)—116, 206 

Crites, Brenda (11)—190 

Cronan, Cecila (11)—190 

Cronan, Cynthia (9)—222 

Crosier, Russell L. (T)—52 

Cross, Richard (11)—190 

Crotts, Anita (10)—206 

Crouch, Daniel (11)—190 

Crouch, Geoffrey (9)—167, 222 

Crouch, Karen (11)—139, 190 

Cullen, Kathleen (10) 


Cummings, Deborah (9)—223 
Cunningham, Cathleen (12)—70 
Curl, William (11)—125, 190 
Curtis, Charles (12) 

Cuskelly, Gregory (12)—70 
Custer, James (11)—190 
Custodians —54 


D 


Dabbs, Denise (9)—223 
Dailey, Patricia (11)—190 
Dalton, Wilma (10)—206 
Daly, Karen (9)—222 
Daly, Patricia (11)—139, 190 
Darner, Margaret (12)—70 
Dangelo, Lois (10)—109, 141, 206 
Dangelo, Sally (9)—223 
Daniels, David (11) 

Darms, John (11)—156, 190 
Darnold, Stephen (11) 

Darsch, Karen (12)—70 

Darsch, Nancy (9)—223 

Daughn, Carol (9)—17, 136, 179, 223 

Davenport, Brian (10)—167 

Davidson, Gregory (12)—70 

Davidson, Jeffrey (10)—20, 122, 207 

Davidson, John (9)—223 

Davidson, Terry (12)—70, 138 

Davies, John (11)—190 

Davies, Pamela (12)—71 

Davies, Susan (10)—207 

Davis, Daniel (21)—71 

Davis, James (11)—190 

Davis, James W. (11)—190 

Davis, Nancy (10)—207 

Davis, Patricia (9)—223 

Davis, Patricia L. (9)—223 

Davis, Robert B. (A)—40 

Dawson, Robert (12)—14, 71 

Day, William (12)—71, 167 

DE Club— 133 

Dean, Thomas (12) 

Deaver, Terry (11)—150, 190 
Debate Club —137 
Deem, Carol (12)—71 
Delf, Charles (12)—71 
Demcak, Carol B. 

Demme, Herman (9)—223 
Demott, James (9)—223 
Dempsey, Carol (10)—207 
Denman, Judy (11) 

Dennis, Nicholas (9)—223 

Denton, Terry (12)—71 

Derning, Michelyn (9)—223 

Derning, Patrick (9)—156, 223 

Desmond, Jane (9)—223 

Desrosiers, Joseph (10)—207 

Detwiler, Forrest (9)—156, 223 

Devoe, Joan (9)—223 

Dew, Diana (9)—223 

Dewey, Carolyn (9)—136, 223 

Dewey, Lee (12)—71 

Diaz, Jane (12)—71 

Dick, Noelle (11)—191 

Dickens, Charles (11)—191 

Dickens, Ronald (12)—71 

Dickerson, Dorothy (11)—191 

Dickey, Marion (11)—191 

Dickson, Ervin (9)—223 

Dillon, Deborah (9)—223 

Dillon, Kathleen (10)—207 

Dixon, Martha (9)—223 

Dixon, Shirley T. (T)—49 

Dixon, Terry (10)—207 

Doane, Gerald (9)—164, 223 

Doane, James (9)—164, 223 

Dobson, Daniel (12)—14, 72 

Dodson, Mary (10)—207 

Dodson, Susan (9)—223 

Doering, Frederick (12)—72 

Dollet, Lorayne (9)—223 

Donahue, Timothy (9)—223 

Donnelly, Bruce (12)—72, 109, 110, 116 

Donnelly, Michael (10)—116 

Doody, John (9)—223 

Dooley, Deborah (9)—224 

Dorsey, Katherine (11)—191 

Dotson, Nelda (9)—224 

Dotson, Sondra (12)—72, 110 

Douglas, Ellen (10)—117, 207 

Dorminey, Robert T. (T) 

Dowden, Helen (10)—207 
Dowell, Robert (12) 

Dowell, Roger (9)—224 
Drama Club —123 
Dreiss, Diana (10)—112, 136, 207 
Dreiss, Margaret (12)—72, 134, 138 
Dreyer, Deborah (12)—72 
Dreyer, Dianne (12)—72 
Dubois, Barbara (11)—191 
Dubois, Loren (9)—224 
Duckworth, Lynn (9)—224 
Duffey, Patricia (9)—223 
Dunbar, Arthur (11)—191 
Duncan, Joann (10)—207 
Dunn, Carol (12)—72 
Dunn, Janet (10)—109,119, 207 
Dunn, Owen (9)—224 
Dyess, Mary M. (T)—17, 46 
Dykes, Elizabeth (11) 


E 


Earl, John (11)—191 
Early, Paula (9)—224 
Eastman, Richard (9)—224 
Echols, Ted (12)—72 
Edelston, Kenneth (11)—191 
Edholm, Karen (9)—224 
Edholm, L. Todd(10)—207 
Edmonds, Robert S. (9)—224 
Edmonston, Michael C. (9)—224 
Edmonston, William R. (11)—191 
Edwards, Richard H. 

Eichenauer, Barry M. (12)—72 
Eichenauer, Sheila L. (10)—207 
Eisenbraun, Kathleen (11)—191 
Elliott, Anita F. (9)—224 
Elliott, Merle B. (11)—16, 112, 132, 191 
Ellis, Leslie A. (10)—128, 129, 207 
Ellis, Jr., Lester N. (12)—15, 60, 64, 73, 87, 100, 112, 
114, 167 

Ellis, Robert H. (11)—167, 191 
Ellis, Steven M. 

Ellson, Richard W. (9)—112, 156, 164, 224 

Elmore, Ann F. (11)—116, 129, 191 

Elsbernd, Robert L. (11)—164, 191 

Ely, Barbara L. (11)—191 

Ely, Gwenn L. (9)—224 

Engh, Susan J. (11)—118, 125, 191 

English Department —44-5 

Epley, John D. (10)—207 

Erbe, Ruth A. (11)—191 

Erickson, Charles A. (11)—191 

Erickson, Peter A. (9)—224 

Erlenkotter, Barbara (12)—73, 180 

Erlenkotter, Sue (10)—207 

Erskine, Roxanne (10)—207 

Ertlschweiqher Jr., Herman (12)—61, 73, 109, 129 

Estes III., Earl W. (12)—73 

Estes, Elizabeth M (10)—116, 140, 207 

Evans, Barrett G. (12)—73, 93, 109, 111, 128 

Evans, Betty C. (T)—45 

Evans, David J. (12)—74 

Evans, Larry L. (9)—224 

Evans, Laura K. (9)—224 

Evans, Martin E. (10)—207 


F 


Faculty Recognitions —43 
Fairchild, Estelle L.—41 
Fallout—128 
Faries, Joan L. (12)—74 
Farrell, Christopher (11) 

Farris, John A. (T)—57 
Farris, Robert L. (T)—46 
Feavyear, Robert J. (12) 

Fellows III., John L. (12)—11, 20, 23, 74, 112, 114. 128 

Fellows, Merrilee A. (10)—109, 117, 119, 207 

Ferguson, Andrew B. (9)—225 

Ferguson, Cathy A. (11)—119, 191 

Ferguson, George C. (12)—74, 119 

Ferri, Marilyn R. (10)—207 

F.H.A.— 124 

Figgers, Robert L. (T)—47 
Finch, James G. (A)—39 
Finlayson, Michael L. (9)—225 
Fisher, George H. III. (9)—156, 225 
Fitzgerald, Mary (11) 

Fisher, Roy T. (T)—44, 45 
Fitzgerald, Mary (11) 

Fitzgerald, Patricia A. (11)—191 

Flattery, Julie E. (10)—207 

Fleicher, David N. (12)—74, 110, 119, 122 

Flynn, James P. (12)—74 

Fogg, Susan (9)—225 

Folawn, Carol A. (10)—125, 207 

Foley, James M. (11)—191 

Foley, Mary E. (9)—225 

Folsom, Sharon R. (12)—74 

Ford, Kathleen A. (10)—207 

Ford. Walter L. (11)—191 

Ford. William (9)—156, 225 

Forman, Judy G. (11)—139, 191 

Forrester, Richard W. (11)—164, 191 

Forsman, Carol A. (10)—207 

Foster, Helen D. (10)—118, 178, 207 

Fowlkes. Ann G. (11)—191 

Fox, J. Christopher (11)—191 

Fox, Jack S. (10)—207 

Fox, Robert D. (9)—225 

Fox, Suzanne M. (9)—225 

Fragala, Dominick W. (10)—207 

Frame, Michael P. (10)—207 

Franklin, Linda L. (12)—74 

Fraser, Diana L. (11)—110, 191 

Fraser, Keith E. (12)—74 

Fred, Pamela G. (9)—225 

Fred, Steven J. (11)—123, 191 

Freed, Karen J. (12)—75 

Freed, Sharon K. (12)—75 

French Club —118 

French Honor Society —111 

French, John C. (9)—225 


244 INDEX 













Frere, Robert E. (10)—150, 155, 164, 207 

Frere, Ronald E. (10)—149, 150, 167, 207 

Freytag, Lisa J. (9)—225 

Friend, Leslie D. (11)—110, 171 

Friesz, Terry L. (12)—75 

Froemming, Martha E. (11)—180, 192 

Frutchey, Beatrice—43, 49 

Frye, Pauline (11)—192 

F. 7.4.—124 

Fudge, Cecelia L. (12) 

Fuller, Diana L. (10)—208 

Fulton, Carol J. (9)—225 

Fulton, Fred W. (9)—167, 225 

Fulton, John E. (11)—110, 164, 192 

Fulton, Richard T. (12)—64, 75, 112, 114, 156, 162 

Fungaroli, John C. (12)—75 

Funkhouser, Dorothy A. (11)—192 


G 


Galasso, Michael S. (10)—150, 208 

Galbraith, Richard B. (9)—225 

Gallagher, F. Paul (9)—225 

Gallant, Linda L. (12)—75 

Gardner, Joan E. (10)—109, 112, 136, 141, 208 

Gardner, Robert A. (10)—208 

Gardner, Timothy F. (12) 

Gargus, George L. (12)—75 

Garsson, Robert M.. Jr. (9)—225 

Gasaway, Mary M. (12)—75 

Gaskins, Diane E. (12)—75 

Gaskins, Kristi J. (10)—208 

Gastellum, Frances I. (11)—121, 125, 192 

Gastellum, Steven J. (9)—225 

Gaul, Peter J. (11)—192 

Gear, Cheryl L. (9)—225 

Gear, Terrence L. (11) 

George, L. Diane (10)—116, 118, 140, 208 
Gephart, Joanne C. (10)—141 
Geraci, Christine M. (10) 

Geraci, Victoria A. (12)—76, 140 
Gerald, Leo M, (10) 

German Club —119 
German Honor Society —110 
Getts, Bonnie M. (9)—225 
Geyer, Deborah L. (12)—76 
Ghent, Blair H. (10) 

Gherardi, Nicole (10) 

Gibson, Susan L. (11) 

Gidden, Charles S. (10) 

Gideon, William G. (10) 208 

Gilchrist, John T. (9)—225 

Gilden. Jack K. (12)—76, 149, 150, 152 

Gill, Earl W. (T)—47 

Gill, Johnny L. (12)—76 

Gillikin, Margaret A. (11)—17, 192 

Gillikin, Patricia J. (9)—225 

Gilroy, John S. (10)—208 

Girard, Steven L. (9)—225 

Gisvold, Diane E. (12)—76 

Giuli, John M. (12)—76, 119 

Giuli, Michael F. (11)—192 

Givens, Robert W. (12)—76 

Givens, Terrence P.(11)—192 

Glenn, Arthur W. (11)—116, 120, 192 

Gobeille, Richard D. (10)—156, 167, 208 

Gobeille, Robert E. (12)—76 

Goforth, Pamela R. (11)—192 

Gohsler, Keith A. (9)—225 

Goll, Melissa (9)—124, 225 

Goltz, Barbara (10)—208 

Goltz, Janice H. (9)—225 

Gomez, Frederico G. (12)—76 

Gomez, Gustavo H, (12) 

Gomez. Sandra L. (12)—76 
Good, Charles E. (T)—49 
Good, Karen A. (12)—77 
Good, Kevin (9)—225 
Good. Kyle Anita (9)—225 
Goodman, Barbara S. (T)—45 
Goodman, Sandra M. (10)—115, 208 
Goodman. William S. (12)—77 
Gordon, Billie A. (10)—140, 208 
Gordon, John S. (9)—225 
Gordon, Krista S. (12)—77, 110 
Gordon, Lauren E. (10)—109, 208 
Gorey, Stephen R. (10)—208 
Graham, John S. (9)—225 
Graham Jr., Marshall R. (12)—77 
Grainer, Stephen E.(9)—225 
Grainger, Susan L. (9)—225 
Gralla, Steven S. (10)—208 
Grange, Terry A. (12)—77, 112 
Grant, Carol A. (11)—192 
Grayson, David L. (12)—77 
Grayson, Gary E. (12)—14, 77 
Greeley, Jr., Donald H. (12)—77, 83, 150, 153, 
161, 163 

Green, Ellen M. (10)—124, 208 

Green, Frank J. (10)—167, 208 

Green, Kathleen A. (12)—3, 20, 77, 123 

Green, Ruth E. (9)—225 

Green, William G. (9)—225 

Greenwood. S. Kellv (12)—77 

Greever, Gail F. (10)—208 

Grenier, Jr., Robert (12)—77, 129 

Griffith, Charles K. (11)—192 

Grimsley, Karen L. (9)—225 

Groome, Malcolm M. (11)—17, 112, 113, 114, 192 

Groux, John M. (10) 


Guidance Department —42 

Guidi, Patricia E. (10)—208, 124 

Guill, Russell L. (10)—118, 167 

Gulledge, Janice L. (12)—50, 77, 110, 121, 138 

Gura, Joseph P. (12)—78 

Guthrie, Revecca C. (11)—118, 192 

Guy, Diane M. (11)—139, 192 

Gwin, William E. (12)—78, 122 


H 


Haga, John L. (12)—78 

Hagan, Ann L. (12)—78, 117, 119, 124, 125, 178 

Hagarty, Michael J. (12)—78 

Hagarty, Patrick T. (10)—156, 208 

Hagarty, Theresa (9)—225 

Hagstrom III., John H. (12)—78, 123 

Haisley, Linda A. (12)—79, 116 

Haisley, Philip D. (9)—225 

Hall, Hilda H. (T)—51, 179 

Hall, Katherine E. (10)—208 

Hall, Linda K. (11) 

Hall, Richard J. (11)—192 
Hall, Robert M„ Jr. (13) 

Hall, Steven G. (11)—192 
Halpin, Jeannette R. (12)—79, 128, 138 
Ham, Diane J. (10)—208 
Hamaker, William W. (10)—208 
Hamill, Jan L. (11)—139, 192 
Hamilton, Barbara J. (10)—209 
Hamilton, Bradley V. (9)—225 
Hamill, Mark Richard (9)—225 
Hamilton, Michael J. (10)—109, 156, 209 
Hamm, Nancy (11) 

Hancock, Susan A. (11)—192 
Hanline, David A. (9)—225 
Hanline II., Derwood L. (11)—192 
Hanneman, Kim B. (9)—225 
Hansen, Karen L. (9)—225 
Hardage, Robert G. (T)—51, 160 
Hardee, Cecil F., Jr. (9)—226 
Hardee, Nancy R. (10)—209 
Hardin, Phillip H. (10)—209 
Hardy, Craig S. (11) 

Hardy, Pauline F, (9)—226 
Hargrove III., Michael A. (11)—192 
Harmon, David C. (11)—192 
Harper, Macon V. (10)—156, 167, 209 
Harper, Michael R. (10)—156, 167, 209 
Harrington, Robyn (11) 

Harris, Carl H. (11)—192 
Harrison, Alan R. (10)—209 
Harrison, Brenda J. (12)—79 
Harrison, Donald M. (12)—114 
Harrison, Helene C. (9) 

Harrison, Michael B. (9) 

Harrold, Robin H. (11)—192 
Hart, Dennis W. (12)—79 
Hart, Karen A. (11)—193 
Hart, Michael T. (12)—79 
Hart, Philip C. (12)—79 
Hartline, Douglas H. (9)—226 
Harward, William E. (10) 

Hasie, Patricia L. (10)—117, 140, 209 
Hatch, Nancy (9)—226 
Hatch, Paul A. (10) 

Haught, Debra L. (9)—226 

Haught, Terry A. (11)—193 

Hawkins, Clinton (9)—226 

Haycock, John W. (12)—79, 109, 167 

Hayes, Donna E. (9)—226 

Hayes, Judy A. (9)—226 

Hayes III., William D. (12)—14, 79 

Haygood, Kay (12)—79 

Hayward, Leslie B. (10)—115, 124, 209 

Headstrom, Dean L. (10) 

Healey, Timothy J. (9)—226 
Heath, Janet C. (11)—193 
Heaven, Hope C. (10)—112, 113, 115, 209 
Heck, David M. (9) 

Heflin II., Bruce A. (10)—164, 209 
Hegarty, Thomas J. (10)—156, 209 
Heighes, James R. (9)—164, 226 
Heinz, Charles R. (T)—47, 132 
Heinze, Pamela D. (10)—209 
Heiser, Nancy M. (10)—117, 141, 209 
Heiser, Jr., Thomas (11)—156, 193 
Helvey, John F. (10) 

Henningsen, Eldon L. (9)—226 
Henretty, Donald B. (T)—17, 44 
Henry, Allie B. (T)—53 
Henry, Daniel J. (11)—193 
Henry, Ed (T)—51 
Henry, Norah F. (11)—193 
Henry, Sarah C. (T)—42 
Henry, Sheila W. (12)—79, 138 
159 , Henry, Terence J. (9)—226 

Hepler, Deborah A. (9)—136, 226 
Herman, Gary E. (11)—110, 123, 132, 193 
Herrarte, Martha O. (13) 

Herrell II., Gordon L. (12)—79 
Herrington, Mary A. (9) 

Hess III, Robert E. (12)—80, 167 
Hetzer Jr., David A. (11)—150, 162, 193 
Hickey, Diane L. (11)—115, 118, 193 
Hicks, William R. (11) 

Hieronymus Jr., Robert P. (10)—209 
Hieronymus, William P. (9)—226 
Higgins, Jon E. (T)—48 
Hill, Diane Dee (11) 


Hill Jr., Ewell E. (11)—193 

Hill, Shirley (9)—226 

Hilson, Susan M. (10)—141, 209 

Hink, Linda D. (10)—209 

Hinkle, Rodney (9)—164, 165, 226 

Hirst, Pamela O. (12)—80 

Hirst, Patricia M. (12)—80 

Hiscox, Leslie C. (9)—136, 226 

Hobson Jr., Robert E. (11)—166, 167, 168, 193 

Hobson, Ted R. (10)—167, 209 

Hoecker, John (10)—209 

Hoffmann, James E. (10)—123, 132, 209 

Hoffmann, Jane A. (12)—80 

Holbruner, Linda A. (11)—193 

Hollister, Alton H. (12)—80 

Holmes, Michael K. (10)—209 

Holscher, Linda A. (10)—179, 209 

Holsonbake, Sigrid (9)—226 

Holt, Patricia J. (11)—193 

Holtz, Peter G. (10)—167, 209 

Homecoming —18 

Home Ec Department —52 

Honea, Nancy T. (12)—80 

Hook, Sally A. (9)—226 

Hoover, Craig A. (11)—193 

Hopkins, Kathlyn T. (12)—80, 109, 111, 115 

Hopper, Michael D. (10)—156, 157 

Horgan, John D. (9) 

Horton, Marilyn J. (11)—178, 193 
Hospelhorn, Linda S. (10)—141, 209 
Hottle, Jim D. (9)—164, 226 
Houck, James E. (12) 

Houck, Jerald V. (9)—226 
House, Susan M. (9)—226 
House, William E. (11)—125, 193 
Houseworth, Lawrence E. (10)—209 
Hovland, William N. (12)—80, 122 
Howard, Betty J. (11)—193 
Howe, Lawrence D. (12)—80 
Howell, Donald L. (9)—226 
Howell, Hartford H. (10)—209 
Hubbard, Debra A. (10)—109, 209 
Huddleston, John S. (12)—80 
Huddleston, Thomas B. (12)—80 
Hudgins, Dorothy H. (T)—57 
Hudson, Jeffrey T. (12)—81 
Hudson Jr., Leonard B. (11) 

Hudson, Patricia J. (9)—226 
Hunter, Carolyn L. (9)—227 
Hunter, Greg D. (9)—227 
Hunter III., Harry G. (12)—81 
Hunter, William R. (10)—164, 165, 209 
Hupp, R. Rebecca (10)—209 
Hustvedt, Clyde S. (10)—156, 209 
Hustvedt, Dana K. (10)—209 
Hustvedt, Elin W. (12)—81, 178 
Hustvedt, Nancy (10)—209 
Hutcheson III., Philip T. (11)—193 
Hutcheson, Philo A. (9)—227 
Hynes, Andrea L. (10)—209 


Igo, Patricia A. (12)—81 

Inscoe, Diane L. (9)—226 

It’s Academic —23 

Ireland, Lois E. (9)—227 

Iseke, Richard J. (11)—150, 166, 167, 169, 193 

Ivy, Dana Lynn (9)—179, 227 


J 


Jack F. Dann (9) 

Jackson, Stephen W. (11)—193 
Jackson, Tatum A. (12)—81 
Jacobs, Arlene F. (11)—193 
Jacobs, Richard A. (11)—193 
Jameson, Steven A. (12)—81 
Jamison, Vicki A. (11)—193 
Jarman, Peggy B. (T)—43 
Jarman, Rebecca J. (12)—81, 110, 117 
Jay, Andrew (10)—209 
Jenkins, Kristine (10) 

Jenkins, Stephen H. (10)—209 
Jepson, Patricia A. (12)—81, 109, 180 
Jernigan Jr., Kenneth R. (11)—110, 193 
Johnson, Andrew P. (11)—193 
Johnson, Betty J. (10)—116 
Johnson, David M. (12)—81 
Johnson, Elizabeth (11)—193 
Johnson, Elizabeth (9)—227 
Johnson, John W. (9)—227 
Johnson, James D. (10) 

Johnson, Jan C. (11)—193 
Johnson, Muriel T. (11)—111, 118, 139, 193 
Johnson, Pamela (11)—116, 193 
Johnson, Samuel T. (11)—193 
Johnson, Susan (9)—227 
Johnson, William L. (9) 

Johnston, Dorothy L. (9) 

Johnston, Janice A. (10)—209 
Johnston, Kathleen A. (10)—209 
Johnston, Lewis (11) 

Johnston, Lois E. (11)—193 
Jones, Carol Sue (12) 

Jones, Courtney L. (T)—42 
Jones, Ernest C. (11) 


INDEX 245 


Jones, Gregory S. (10)—209 
Jones, Karen L. (9) 

Jones, Kathy A. (11)—193 
Jones, Leland M. (11)—193 
Jones, Licinda (9)—227 
Jones, Phillippe G. (12)—81, 96, 114 
Jones, Richard B. (10)—209 
Jonkers, Ronald (9) 

Jordan, Albert E. (12)—82 
Judd, Gary L. (9)—227 
Judd, Wanda L. (10)—209 
Juliano, Joe V. (10)—210 
Junior Honor Society —103-4 
Junior Jollies —30 
Junior Prom —31 


K 


Kamminga, William S. (12)—82 

Kapplinger, Martha A. (12)—82 

Katz, Rita P. (10)—109, 210 

Kay, Michael D. (11)—193 

Kearney, Jamie L. (10)—60, 112, 136, 141, 210 

Kearney, Kathleen L. (12)—82, 109, 115, 134, 135, 138 

Kearney, Keith L. (10)—114, 210 

Keeffe, Michael J. (9)—227 

Keefer, Margaret E. (11)—193 

Keegan, Beverly J. (10) 

Keleher, Bonnie A. (10)—109, 115, 116, 210 

Keller, Harry O., Jr. (T)—47 

Keller, Lois P. (11)—193 

Keller, Steve (9)—227 

Kelley, C. Patricia (12)—82 

Kelley, Katherine J.—(11) 

Kelley, Kathleen A. (9)—227 
Kelley, Kevin J. (12)—82, 150, 151, 167 
Kelley, Patricia M. (10) 

Kellog, Sheridan L. (9)—227 
Kelly, Joanne M. (10)—210 
Kelly, Michael T. (9)—227 
Kelly, Theresa (11) 

Kelly, Thomas E. (9)—227 
Kemp, Patricia L. (12)—82, 138 
Kemp, Victoria (9)—227 
Kennedy, Kirk F. (11)—156, 193 
Kent, Patricia J. (9)—227 
Kennedy, Paula F. (12)—82 
Kenyon, Benjamin C., Ill, (9)—227 
Ketcham, Kathleen R. (11)—139, 193 
Ketcham, Paul K. (12)—82, 166, 167 
Key Club —61, 114 
Keyes, Frances E. (9)—227 
Keyes, Suzanne M. (11)—193 
Keyette Club —115 
Kilpatrick, Helen (12) 

Kimbrough, Prudence D. (10)—118, 123, 210 

Kimzey. Richard P. (12)—82, 162 

Kincy, Thomas S. (12)—82 

King, James W. (12)—83 

King, Justice B. (9)—227 

King, Linda F. (11)—194 

King, Norman M. (11)—194 

King, Susan (12)—83 

King, William R. (11)—116, 194 

Kingham, Kerry A. (9)—227 

Kintner, Mrs. (T)—44 

Kirk, James M. (12)—83 

Kirk, Mary F. (10) 

Kissinger, Carolyn K. (10)—210 
Kleinschmidt, Kimberly K. (9)—136, 227 
Kleinschmidt, Victoria L. (11)—194 
Klemp, Kenneth W. (11)—194 
Klemz, Virginia (11) 

Klingensmith, Ronald J. (12)—83, 150, 152 
Klingman, Thomas B. (10) 210 
Klinstiver, Patricia J. (10)—216 
Klotz, Kathleen L, (11)—111, 115, 118, 194 
Knight, Janet E. (10)—210 
Kocourek, Sharon M. (9) 

Kogstad, Marylou M. (12) 

Kohn, J. Christopher (12)—60, 78, 83, 100, 109, 112, 
114, 117 

Kohut, Colleen K. (9)—227 
Kohut, Kenneth J. (11)—150, 194 
Konicka, Kenneth K. (10)—210 
Kouts, Christopher A. (11)—194 
Kozman, Shelley L. (9)—227 
Krakow, Ivan (11) 

Krause, Candace S. (10)—124, 140, 210 
Kraushaar, Jonathan M. (12)—83, 109, 110 
Kruger, Christine H. (11)—194 
Krumke, James M, (10) 

Kulina, Michael F. (12)—84 
Kuniansky, David R. (9)—156, 227 
Kuniansky, Nelson J. (12) 

Kunze, Joachim R. (11) 

Kurtz, Jan F. (9)—115, 227 
Kurtz, Kay A. (12)—84 
Kuss, Linda J, (9)—228 
Kyle, Elizabeth (9)—228 


L 


Ladd, Barbara (10)—141 
LaFone, Doreen G. (10)—118, 210 
LaFone, Thomas A. (12)—84, 109, 110, 114 


Lamantia, Linda A. (12)—84, 109, 110, 141 
Lamantia, Mary M. (10)—136, 210 
Lamarca, Charles J. (9)—156, 228 
Lamb, Robert C. (11)—194 
Lamb, William L. (12)—84 
Lambert, Edward L. (9)—228 
Lambert, Katherine (12)—84 
Lambert, Sharon L. (10) 210 
Lamp, David (9)—228 
Landreth, Jamela (10)—210 
Langhorne, Carol (12)—84 
Langhorne, Stophen A. (9)—228 
Langin, John W, (12)—84 
Language Department —50 
Lankenau, Judith M. (10)—210 
Lankenau, Virginia M. (10)—210 
Lapping, Sherwood (10) 

Larkins, Jacqueline S. (10)—210 
Laroche, Letitia A. (10)—210 
Larson, Judy L. (11)—194 
Latimer, Joan F. (9)—228 
Latimer, John S. (12)—84, 166, 167 
Latin Honor Society —111 
Laudenberger, Louise A. (8) 

Laudenberger, Louise A. (9)—228 
Laugerman Jr., John B. (12)—84, 109 
Lauver, Jeanette (9)—228 
Lawall, Donald W. (10)—156, 167 
Lawall, Robert U. (9)—156, 210, 228 
Lawrence, James T. (11)—194 
Lawrence, Stephen L. (12)—85 
Lawton, Ann E. (11)—194 
Layne, Gletta F. (12)—85 
Leach, Carolanne J. (12)—85, 116 
Leamy, Ann Elizabeth (9)—228 
Leder, Debra Y. (9)—228 
Ledoux, Jeffrey T. (9)—228 
Ledoux, John N. (9)—228 
Lee, Charles A. (12)—85 
Lee, Daniel B. (11)—194 
Lee, Frederic S. (10)—156, 167, 210 
Lee, Kathryn B. (12)—85 
Leeds, Jane E. (10)—210 
Legge, Jr., Leonard M. (10)—156 
Leister, Patricia L. (9)—228 
Leith, Barbara D. (10)—210 
Lennon, Robert H. (9)—228 
Lerch, Dave (12)—85 
Lerch, Robert M. (9)—228 
Lettenmaier, Norbert E. (10) 

Lewis Jr., Archie R. (10)—156, 167, 210 

Lewis, Carol M. (12)—85, 109 

Lewis, Carolyn A. (12)—85 

Lewis, Deborah L. (9)—228 

Lewis, Gary K. (11)—194 

Lewis, Jo D. (9)—228 

Lewis, Thomas E. (11)—194 

Leysath, Edward A. (11)—121, 194 

Lichtenfels, Jeffrey F. (9)—228 

Likar, Winifred P. —44 

Lingo, David R. (9)—228 

Lipp, Pamela A. (11)—194 

Lippman, Jay (10)—210 

Lisi, Carol D. (T)—44, 129 

Little, Rose F. (T)—50 

Loberg, Andrew A. (12)—85, 167 

Loberg, John C. (11)—194 

Loeza, Maria Rosa (11)—194 

Logan, Dennis A. (12)—85, 102 

Lolmaugh, Patricia L. (10) 

Long, Christine G. (10)—210 

Long, Jacquelyn J. (11)—194 

Long, Robyn E. (11)—116, 124, 194 

Long, Vicki M. (12)—75, 85, 103, 110, 116, 138 

Lopes, Richard T. (9)—156, 228 

Lorenz, Linda M. (12)—85, 109, 110, 115, 128, 138 

Loretti, John (12)—86 

Lory, Sarah D. (T)—42 

Lough, Linda D. (9)—228 

Loveridge, Christine (10) 

Lowe, David H. (10)—167, 211 
Lowery, Janice A. (12)—86, 138 
Luhman, Ellen A. (9)—228 
Lindberg, Kent W. (10) 

Lutkavage, Mary Ann (9) 

Lutz, Christopher (11) 

Lutz, Eric W. (10)—123, 211 
Lutz, George A., Jr. (11)—194 
Lynch, Christine M. (10)—211 
Lynch, Linda A. (9)—228 
Lynch, Richard P. (12)—86, 155 


M 


McCann, Gail A. (9)—228 
McCann, Lynn E. (11)—116, 129, 195 
McCarron, Maureen M. (10)—123, 124, 141, 211 
McClellan, Patricia A. (12)—86 
McCloskey, Carole A. (11)—195 
McCloskey, David J. (12)—86 
McConnell, Andrew (9)—228 
McConnell, Kathleen A. (11)—195 
McCormick, Donna J. (11) 

McCormick, Robert S. (11)—195 
McCoy, Donald C. (10)—132, 164, 211 
McCoy, Lucy B. (10)—109, 118, 124, 211 
McCoy, Patricia A. (10)—211 
McCune, Brenda J. (12) 


McDermott, James P. (9)—228 
McDermott, Maureen A. (10)—211 
McDonald, Elizabeth (12)—86, 138 
McDonald, Pamela H. (11)—195 
McDonald, Patrick J. (9)—156, 228 
McDowell, Callie J. (T)—50 

McElmurry, Stephen E. (12)—86, 100, 109, 114, 167 

McFarland, Susan (10)—211 

McGee, Linda F. (9)—228 

McGee, Stephen B. (9)—228 

McGettingan, Timothy (9) 

McGraw, Connie S. (10) 

McGuire, Kathleen H. (9)—228 
McGuire, Maureen A. (11)—195 
McGuire, Sheila E. (10)—211 
McGurgan, Mary Ann (9) 

McJury, Derrek C. (10)—123, 211 
McKinney, Carla (9)—229 
McKinney, Gail L. (10)—211 
McLaughlin, Charles S. (11) 

McLaughlin, Cicely W. (10)—211 
McClellan, Samuel G. (11)—195 
McClellan, William A. (11)—195 
McMillan, Ronald (9)—229 
McNamara, Michael D. (10)—121 
McNaughton, Kathleen (11)—195 
McPadden, Mark S. (9)—229 
McPeak, Warren S. (9) 

McWhinney, Scott L. (12)—150, 153 
Macdonald, James S. (10) 

Mack, Carolyn R. (T)—50, 121 
Mackey, Harvey A. (10) 

Macleod, Margaret (11)—120, 194 
Macmillan, Valerie J. (11)—110, 194 
Maconaughey, Kirk D. (9) 

Maddox, Brenda N. (11) 

Magaldi, Karen A. (10)—132 
Magazine Drive—16 
Magee, John (9) 

Mahaffy, Cheryl (10) 

Maham, James J. (10) 

Mahan, Philip A. (9)—156, 228 
Maiorana, John E. (11)—194 
Majorettes—144 
Mallam, Lawrence (11) 

Mallon, Jr., Frederick W. (10)—156 
Mallon, Marjorie M. (10) 

Malone, Diane L. (10) 

Malone, Edward G., Jr. (9) 

Manly, Virginia (12)—86 
Manning, Catherine M. (10) 

Manning, Gary (10)—156 
Manrodt, John C. (11)—194 
Mapelli, Edda (12)—125 
Marchiony, Nancy E. (11) 

Marcinkowske, Gail (9) 

Marietta, Suzanne M. (10) 

Marion, Janet R. (11)—195 
Marion, Nancy K. (9)—228 
Marshall, R. Kirk (11)—167, 195 
Martin, Bonnie L. (11) 

Martin, George (10) 

Martin, Neel H. (9)—228 
Martin, Rebecca T. (11)—139, 195 
Martin, Stanton T. (11) 

Martin, Virginia S. (12)—87 

Marusak, Patricia A. (12)—18, 60, 83, 87, 102, 109, 110, 
112, 115, 134 
Masgrau, Jordi S. (10) 

Maslaney, Marlene A. (9)—179, 228 
Maslowski, James J. (10) 

Mason, Rose L. (11)—115, 118, 125, 195 
Massey, Ronald R. (12)—87 
Mastbrook, William H. (T)—50 
Materne, Charles W. (9)—228 
Math Department —46 
Mattingly, Barbara J. (9)—119, 228 
Mawyer, Steve (9)—228 
Maxey, Mary S. (11)—195 
Maxwell, Cheryl A (10)—115, 117 
Maxwell, Robert (9) 

May, Paula (9)—228 

Mayhall, Barbara (12)—17, 87, 110, 115, 134, 135 
Mayhugh, Michael S. (11)—195 
Meadows, Mary A. (12)—87 
Meana, Mark D. (9) 

Mechem, David F. (12) 

Meehan, Karen M. (12)—87 
Meehan, Mary H. (11)—195 
Melancon, Lynne K. (11)—139, 195 
Melancon, Meredith L. (9)—123, 229 
Mell, Phillip L. (11)—195 
Menefee, Douglas L. (9)—229 
Menigat, Susan (12)—87, 124 
Merendino, King A. (10) 

Merica, William F. (12) 

Merrow, Suzanne L. (10)—136, 211 
Merryman, Carol A. (9)—112, 229 
Merryman, Robert L. (10)—211 
Mesebluu, Maria L. (12)—87 
Messina Jr., John A. (11)—195 
Meux, William L. (11)—195 
Mewhort, Bernard F. (9)—229 
Meyer, David K. (10) 

Meyer, Wanda C. (9) 

Micklewright, Catherine (11)—139, 195 
Mikel, Sandra K. (10) 

Miller, Andrew W. (11)—150, 195 

Miller, Claude D. (12)—87 

Miller, Deirdre V. (10)—123, 124, 141, 211 

Miller, Evelyn L. (T)—45 

Miller, Jerry W. (10)—167, 212 

Miller, John C. (12)—88 

Miller, Lynn A. (9)—229 

Miller, Marilyn A. (11)—195 


246 INDEX 



Miller, Naomi L. (9)—229 
Miller, Paula J. (11)—195 
Miller, Robert A. (10) 

Miller, Robert J. (9)—229 
Miller, Thomas G. (9) 

Miller, Ronald E. (11)—150, 195 
Miller, Vicki K. (12) 

Miller, William A. (11)—195 
Miller Jr., William H. (11)—150 
Millner, Bonnie L. (10)—136, 212 
Mills, Donna G. (10) 

Mills, Steven M. (9) 

Miner, Broge A.—156 
Miss A.H.S.— 28-29 
Mitchell, Elizabeth M. 

Mitchell, Jean S. (10)—116, 212 

Mitchell, Kathryn M. (11)—195 

Mitchell, Linda J. (12)—88 

Mitchell, Michael J. (11)—167, 195 

Mitchell, Ray C. (9)—229 

Mitchell, Thomas F., Jr. (12)—68, 88, 148, 150 

Moebus, Charles J., Jr. (9)—229 

Monch, Susan Carol (9)—229 

Monn, Judith A.—41 

Monroe, Franklin M. (12)—88 

Montgomery, William L. (10)—212 

Moreland, Jane E. 

Mooney, Dave (9)—229 
Mooney, Deborah J. (9)—229 
Moore, Candy (12)—88 
Moore, Cecily J. (11)—129, 139, 196 
Moore, Charles D. (11)—196 
Moore, Douglas E. (11)—196 
Moore, Glenda Z. (9) 

Moore, Nancy A. (11)—178, 196 
Moore, Parry A. (11)—196 
Moore, Raymond E. (12)—88 
Moreland. Miss (T)—51, 180, 181 
Morgan, Diane L. (9) 

Morgan, Donald L. (11)—196 
Morgan, Gary C. (12)—89 
Morgan, Susan E. (10)—212 
Morie, Janet L. (T)—45 
Mornone, Cheryl (11)—196 
Morell, Evelyn R. (T)—50 
Morris, Dennis C. (12)—89 
Morris, Walton D. Jr. (12)—89, 117 
Morris, William D. (10)—212 
Morris, William J. (9)—229 
Morrison, Jr., William R. (12)—89 
Morrow, Pamela (11)—196 
Morse, Sheila A. (9) 

Mort, Geoffrey A. (11)—196 
Morton, Peggy M. (12)—89 
Moser, George M. (9)—164, 229 
Moses, Florence H. (10)—109, 178, 212 
Moses, Frederick C. (10)—156, 212 
Mosher, Anita L. (11)—116, 196 
Mosher, Kenneth E. (10)—167, 212 
Mosser, Jeanne L. (11)—110, 124, 196 
Mraz, Andrew P. (11)—196 
Mudd, Doretta E. (9)—229 
Mullady, Marcella S. (10)—212 
Mullen, Paul D. (10)—212 
Mullin, Diane M. (11)—196 
Mullin, Kevin J. (9)—229 
Mullins .Patty Lynn (9)—229 
Munoz, Gloria M. (9)—229 
Munson, Robert S. (11) 

Murphy, Gayle E. (12)—89 
Murphy, Mary S. (12)—89 
Murray, Richard E. (9) 

Murrell, Steven J. (11)—148, 150-155, 162-163 
Music Department —53 
Myers, Susan J. (11)—196 


N 


Nafus, Donald (12)—89 

Nagin, Gregory R. (9)—220 

Nagin, Thomas C. (11)—196 

Nash, Jr. Robert B. (11)—196 

National Honor Society —108-109 

National Thespian Society —122 

Neal, Alayne (11)—196 

Neall, George M. (11)—150, 151, 196 

Nell, Leslie M. (10—212 

Newcomer, Laurie A. (11)—196 

Newland, Darrell W. (9)—229 

Newland, Sonja E. (12)—17, 73, 89, 115, 134-135, 

Newton, Joseph T. (12)—89 

Nicholson, Georganne (10)—141, 212 

Nickerson, Marcia F. (10)—124, 212 

Nickerson, Peter J. (12)—89, 150, 151, 152, 162 

Nield, George C. (10)—109, 110, 151, 212 

Nieman, Candace R. (12)—89 

Nolen, Barbara A. (12)—90 

Nolen, Mary F. (9)—230 

Noll, Donald R. (T)—45, 157 

Norton, Pamela E. (12)—90, 109, 117, 124 

Norton, Michele E. (9)—230 

Norwood, James M. ( 11 )—196 

Nossen, Marilyn C. (11)—116, 196 

Nowell, Jr., Richard M. (10) 

Nylander, David L. (12)—90 
O'Brien, Jacqueline (12)—90 
O'Brien, Leonard J. (9)—230 


O 

O'Brien, Michael J. (9)—230 
Ocampo, Antonio J. (11) 

O'Connor, Delores J. (9)—230 
O’Connor, John J. (10) 

Oden, Patricia A. (10)—212 

Oderwald, Richard G. (12)—90 

Oderwald, William H. (9)—156, 230 

Odom, James R. (T)—44 

O'Donnell, Kathleen (11)—139, 196 

O’Halloran, Margaret K. (10)—212 

Oliver, Denise (9)—230 

Oliver, Judy A. (11)—196 

Oliver, Mary Lou (12)—90, 110, 129 

Oliver, Michael L. (9)—230 

Oliver, Stephen (12)—16, 90, 109, 114 

Olson, Karey J. (12)—90, 103, 116, 117, 138 

Olson, Leonard A. (10)—212 

Olson, Yvonne S. (11)—118, 196 

Omori, Dexter H. (10)—123, 212 

Opeil, Dennis C. (11)—196 

Osecky, Benjamin D. (11) 

Osecky, Elaine C. (9)—230 
Ott, Christal L. (11)—196 
Oudine, Jennifer S. (9)—230 
Oudine, John M. (11)—196 
Overgaard, Janet M. (10)—116, 212 
Overstreet, Carolyn K. (10)—212 
Owen, Janice H. (11)—196 
Owen, Thomas M. (10)—212 
Owen, William E. (10)—167, 212 


Pilliod, Cathleen M. (10)—213 
Pirnat, Russell E. (11)—197 
Pitt, Deborah (9)—230 
Plaugher, Terry L. (12)—91 
Play —20 

Plummer, Charles B. (9)—230 
Pock, Max O. (9)—164, 156, 231 
Poenicke, Judith A. (12)—91 
Poland .James L. (11)—197 
Pollock, Tracy J. (10)—213 
Polzer, Kathleen A. (11)—197 
Poole, Michael E. (9)—230 
Popp, Carole A. 

Porter, Thomas H. 

Posey, Elizabeth S. (T)—46 
Potter, David 

Potter, David S. (11)—197 
Potter, Diana J. (10)—213 
Powder Puff Football —14 
Powell, James T. (9) 

Powell, Kathryn M. (11)—180, 197 

Powers, Robert W. (10)—156 

Prager, Lawrence S. (9)—231 

Pratt, Stephen W. (10)—213 

Pray, Charles M. (9)—231 

Presler, Robert D. II (9)—231 

Preston, Loyce R. (T)—45 

Price, Brian R. (12)—11, 92, 109, 111, 112, 114 

Price, George (12)—92, 148, 150, 151 

Pripeton, Monica L. (11)—180, 197 

Privett, Linda C. (9)—231 

Privett, Susan A. (11)—197 

Provenzano, Richard T. (10) 

Pruett, Jr., James C. (12)—92 
Prye, Betty A. (12)—92 
Putman, Deborah A. (10)—213 
Pyatt, David J. (9)—231 
Pyle, Alyce A. (10)—213 
Pyle, Paul L. (9)—231 
Pyles, Carol A. (9)—231 


P 



Page, Thomas E., (11)—196 
Pagliero, Pierina D. (11)—139, -96 
Painter, David S. (9)—230 
Painter, Helen F. (12)—90 
Palm, Judy M. (11)—139, 196 
Palmer, Susan E. (10) 

Papin, Ann I. (10)—212 
Papin, Edward W. (12)—90 
Pappas, Thomas R., Ill (11)—196 
Pardee, Scott K. (11)—196 
Park, David L. (11)—196 
Park, Frances L. (9)—121, 124, 230 
Park, Vickie J. (9)—179 
Parker, Bruce F. (12)—91 
Parker, John C. (10)—212 
Parks, Cynthia A. (11)—129 
Parks, Susan E. (12)—91 
Parnell, William P. (T)—48 
Parris, Mark R. (10)—212 
Parrotta, Frank M. (12)—91 
Parrotta, Marguerite (11) 

Parsons, Robert S. (12)—91 

Paschall, Claire A. (12)—91, 109, 110, 112, 115, 128, 
178 

Paschall, Julia E. (9)—112, 179, 230 
Patrick, Frances L. (9)—124, 230 
Patrick, Mary D. (11)—134, 178, 196 
Paul, James A. (10)—112, 212 
Pauli, Deborah O. (10)—212 
Payne, Glenda S. (10)—212 
Payne, Mary A. (10)—212 
Physical Education Department —51 
Peach, Mary A. (9)—230 
Pederson, Marvin A. (11)—196 
Pedersen, Mikal A. (11)—15, 196 
Peek, Wendy S. (10)—140, 212 
Pell, Robert W. (11) 

Penn, James W., Jr. (9)—230 
Pennifill, Lynn A. (11)—178, 180, 197 
Pennino, Jon D. (11)—197 
Pentz, Lundy H. (9)—230 
Pep Club— 117 

Perdue, Jr., William A. (12)—91, 121 
Perricone, James M. (12)—91 
Peters, Rachael E. (T)—51, 178 
Petersilia, James P. (11)—114, 150, 167, 197 
Peterson, Christine M. (10)—212 
Peterson, Leif E. (12)—91 
138 Peterson, Rosa Rae (9)—230 

Petrilli, Stephanie L. (11)—197 
Petros, Denise M. (9)—230 
Pew, Carl (12)—91, 109, 110 
Pew, Kristin J. (9)—230 
Pfrang, Richard J. (9)—230 
Phelps, Judith L. (11)—197 
Philleo, Diane H. (9)—230 
Phillips, Doris K. (10)—212 
Phillips, Jr., Oden R. (12)—91, 167 
Phillips, Rebecca H. (10)—212 
Phillips, Richard (9)—156 
Phillips, Susan C. (9)—230 
Picciano, Michael F. (9)—164, 230 
Pickett, Wayne W. (10)—212 
Pierce, Nelson C. (10)—212 
Pietroswicz, Jerry (10)—212 
Piggott, Gary S. (10)—167, 213 


Quarforth, Linda J. (9)—117, 231 
Quasebarth, Linda S. (11)—112, 116, 197 
Quasebarth, Ronald N. (12)—92 


R 


Rademaker (T)—42 

Raftery, Kathleen F. (11)—117, 197 

Raftery, Mary M. (9)—117, 231 

Ragen, Brenda Jean (9)—231 

Ralston, Sharon A. (12)—92 

Ramay, Frances P. (T)—46, 69 

Ramey, Ann B (T)—51 

Ramey, Chris E. (10)—213 

Ramme, Jeanne C. (12)—92, 109, 121 

Ramme, Joan M (9)—136, 228, 231 

Ramsey, Gayle (10)—213 

Randa, Shirley (T)—42 

Randall, Deborah L. (9)—231 

Randall, Peggy Jo (9)—231 

Randolph, Larry D. (10)—213 

Rankin, Delma A. (12)—92 

Rankin, Patrick D. (11)—197 

Raphael, Margie A. (9)—231 

Raphael, Michael M. (11)—166, 167, 197 

Raphael, Jr., Milton L. (12)—92 

Rapp, Barbara M. (11)—197 

Rapp, Mary B. (11)—197 

Rapp, Virginia E. (12)—92, 138 

Rapson, Phillip L. (11)—150, 197 

Rasmussen, Karen E. (11)—115, 118, 197 

Ratcliff, Rosemary J. (9)—231 

Rauscher, Barbara (9)—231 

Ray, Daryl C. (10)—213 

Ray, Gaylon H. (9)—231 

Ray, Mary E. (9)—231 

Raze, Darlene Kay (9) 

Raze, Vicki J. (11) 

Rentschler, Jenni (11)—197 
Rentz, Kurt O. (10)—213 
Requard, Charles K (9)—231 
Reynolds, Daniel J. (10)—213 
Reynolds, John W. (11)—197 
Reynolds, Linda M. (12)—92, 122-123 
Reynolds, Roy W. (12)—92 
Reynolds, Thomas J. (11)—197 
Rhoads, James B. (11)—198 
Riba, Sheri Lynn (9)—231 
Richardson, Evelyn K. (11)—198 
Richardson, Mary L. (10)—141, 213 
Richardson, Mary Sue (9)—231 
Richardson, Stephen C. (9)—231 
Richardson, William (11)—198 
Richardson, William G. (12)—93, 114, 150 
Richmond, Nancy L. (10)—213 
Richter, Gary L. (12)—93 

Rider, Robert B. (12)—93, 96, 109, 110, 112, 149-155 
Ries, Peter C. (9)—231 
Rinearson, Katherine G. (11)—115, 198 
Rinearson, Linda E. (12)—64, 93, 115, 138 
Ripani, Barbara A. (9)—231 


INDEX 247 


Ripani, Carolyn (12)—93 
Risley, John C. (12)—93 
Risley, Stephen (10)—213 
Ritchey, Ann M. (10)—117, 141, 213 
Ritter, Barbara A. (11)—198 
Ritter, Stephen K. (12)—94, 125 
Robbins, Colleen S. (9)—231 
Robbins, Michael T. (12) 

Robertson, Edgar P. ()—53 
Roberson, Kenneth A. (9)—232 
Roberts, Carolyn G. (10)—213 
Roberts, John H. (9)—232 
Roberts, Mary E. (II)—198 
Roberts, Paul I. (9)—232 
Roberts, Scott J. (11) 

Robinson, Jeffrey L. (10)—167, 213 
Robinson, Karen (9) 

Robinson, Mary V. (T)—46 
Robinson, Robert B, (9)—232 
Rochette, Gerald M. (10)—213 
Rockholt, Robert G. 

Rode, David (9)—232 
Rodgers, Laura K (12)—94, 111 
Rodriguez, M. Denise (11)—115, 198 
Rodriguez, Michael R. (12)—94, 109, 110 
Rogers, F. Russell (10)—213 
Rollman, Keith R. (10)—213 
Root, Hammond B. (11)—150, 198 
Root, James . (12)—14, 94 
Root, Richard G. (9)—156 
Roper, Marilyn E. (T)—45 
Rose, Peter G. (10)—213 
Rose, William L. (11) 

Ross, Barbara J. (10)—140, 213 
Ross, Dianne (11)—198 
Ross, Linda C. (12)—94 
Ross, Louise, S. (T)—48 
Ross, Mary E. (12)—94 
Rowe, Marianne (9)—232 
Rowe, Vera K. (10)—213 
Roy, Annette L. (11)—198 
Rozamus, Anne A. (12)—94, 122-123 
Rozamus, Walter J. (9)—232 
Rubright, Linda A. (11)—198 
Rudolph, Linda K. (11)—198 
Ruecroft, Donald G. (11)—198 
Rusek, Patricia A. (10)—214 
Rushing, Rachel A. (9)—232 
Russell, James W. Ill (11)—198 
Russell, Joan (9)—232 
Russell, John L. (9) 

Russian Club—120 
Russo, John C. 

Ruth, Anthony J. (11)—121, 198 
Ruths, Kathy A. (9) 

Ruths, Patricia L. (11)—139, 198 
Ryan, Cheryl A. (9)—232 
Ryan, Karen V. (9)—232 
Rye, Frederick D. (12)—94, 150 
Rye, Susan K. (9) 


S 


Saah, Patricia A. (11)—198 
Sadie Hawkins Dance —15 
Sadler, Sandra J. (12)—94 
Sallee, Robert B. (9) 

Salmons, Larry D. (10)—214 
Salzman, Susan E. (10)—214 
Sample, Virginia P. (T)—42 
Sams, Beverly J. (10)—214 
Sanchiz, G. Richard (11)—198 
Sanchiz, Raymond C. (9)—232 
Sandacz, Gary R. (11)—198 
Sanders, K. Michael (9)—167, 232 
Sandy, Jon M. (9) 

Sanford, Diane S. (11)—198 
Sanza, Bruce J. (10)—214 
Sargent, Pamela Anne (9)—117, 232 
Sari, Patricia L, (12)—17, 94 
Sari, James L. (11) 

Sauer, C, Frederick (10)—116, 214 
Saunders, Charlie C. (12)—94, 125 
Saunders, Harrison L. (11)—198 
Sayblack, Curtiss W. (12)—20, 95, 116 
Sayers, James D. (12)—95 
Sayles, Nan F. (9) 

Sayles, Timothy F. (9)—232 

S q A _112-113 

Scanlon, Kerry A. (9)—164, 232 
Scantlebury, Marcia A. (9)—232 
Schaeffer, Denise M. (9)—232 
Schaeffer, Karen A. (10)—214 
Schafer, Margaret C. (10)—214 
Scharfen, Kristine J. (9)—232 
Scharmach, Sally A. (11)—198 
Scherer, Barbara G. (10)—115, 214 
Schexnailder, Jean M. (10)—136, 214 
Schick, Jeffrey L. (10)—214 
Schilling, Walter B. (9)—232 
Schlegel, Yvonne M. (12)—95, 109, 110 
Schless, Robert T. (9)—232 
Schless, Jr., William F. (11)—114, 121 
Schmerbeck, Janette L. (10)—214 
Schmitt, Marsha J. (12)—95 
Schmoyer, John D. (12)—95, 109 
Schoolar, Sharon K. (12)—20, 95 
Schoonover, Janet K. (9)—232 
Schoonover, James E. (12)—95 
Schulz, David R. (10)—214 


Schwartz, Marlene E. (12)—95, 119 
Schwartz, Paul O. (T) 

Science Department 
Scott, Elizabeth C. (10)—141, 214 
Scott, Mary Ellen (9)—232 
Scott, Patricia J. (10)—140 
Scott, Thomas S. (9)—232 
Scott, William R. (T)—51, 166 
Seal, Deborah L. (9) 

Seale, Michael D. (9) 

Segars, Ann M. (12)—95, 109, 111, 115, 120 
Selby, Karen L. (10) 

Seltzer, Linda J. (11)—198 
Serviss, Patricia L. (10)—214 
Sevison, Dennis C. (12) 

Seward, Frederick B. (10)—214 
Sexton, John (10) 

Shafferman, Jr., David C. (10) 

Shanady, Ann Marie (12) 

Shanks, Robert T. (11)—198 
Sharon, Gregory A. (10) 

Sharpe, Philip C. (11)—198 
Shartzer, Samdra L. (11)—199 
Shattuck, Jr., Sim B. (10)—214 
Shaug, James C. (9)—232 
Shaw, Gilbert H. (10)—214 
Shaw, Steven M. (10)—156, 214 
Shawley, Brenda L. (9)—232 
Sheen, Carolyn (10)—141, 214 
Sheets, Edward M. (10) 

Shepherd, Lawrence E. (11)—199 
Shepherd, Susan (9)—232 
Sherburne, Mark D. (11)—199 
Sherfey, Gary W. (12)—95 
Shields, Deirdre S. (11) 

Shiflet, Victoria A. (11)—199 

Shinn, Robert L. (11)—150, 153, 162, 199 

Shipley, William G. (11)—199 

Shoemaker, Robert E. (9)—232 

Shriver, Ralph (T)—57, 157 

Shop Department —52 

Siegle, Robert B. (12)—96, 109 

Simms, C. H.—54 

Simmons, Edna P. (T)——41 

Simon, Elizabeth L. (9)—232 

Simon, Kim M. (11)—199 

Sigler, William M. (11)—150, 154, 164, 199 

Simpson, Ellis C. (11)—199 

Simpson, Patricia (9)—232 

Sisson, Joan D. (11)—139, 199 

Sisson, Pamela L. (9) 

Skarzynski, Pamela A. (9) 

Skelsey, Anne T. (9)—232 
Skelton, Daniel B. (9)—232 
Skinner, Sharon D. (12)—96, 178, 180 
Skipper, Stephen (11)—199 
Slifer, Elaine P. (11)—139, 199 
Sliff, Patricia M. (12)—96 
Sloan, David K. (11)—199 
Sloan, Paul C. (9)—232 
Slonceski, Theresa A. (10)—214 
Smallwood, Michael R. (9)—232 
Smathers, Joseph L. (10)—214 
Smedley, Laurel (9)—232 
Smethurt, Richard (9)—232 
Smith, Andrea G. (9)—232 
Smith, Andrew L. (9)—232 
Smith, Ann M. (11)—199 
Smith, Brenda L. (12)—96, 138 
Smith, Brenda S. (9)—233 
Smith, Charles M. (11)—199 
Smith, Christine V. (9) 

Smith, Cotton W. (9)—233 
Smith, Craig M. (9)—233 
Smith, Grace K. (12) 

Smith, Harry (T)—51 
Smith, James G. (11)—199 
Smith, Jo Ann (10)—115, 214 
Smith, Linda Jeanne (10)—140, 215 
Smith, Linda Loy—140, 215 
Smith, Lucia E. (12)—96, 115 
Smith, Maureen J. (10)—215 
Smith, Nancy H. (T)—41 
Smith, Nancy L. (12)—96 
Smith, Patricia L. (9)—233 
Smith, Paula J. (12)—96, 138 
Smith, Philip F. (9)—233 
Smith, Rebecca J. (10)—121, 140, 214 
Smith, Richard N. (10)—215 
Smith, Ronald B. (11)—156, 199 
Smith, II, Ronald R. (10)—156, 215 
Smith, Sandra E. (12)—96, 109, 134 
Smith, Scott S. (12)—97 
Smith, Susan J. (11)—120 
Smith, Wayne B. (11) 

Smither, John K. (11) 

Smoak, Frank A. (11)—199 
Smoak, Pamela W. (12)—97, 109, 115 
Smoot, Janet M. (10)—140, 215 
Snider, Carol J. (10)—117, 141, 215 
Snider, Marcia L. (12)—97 
Snow, David H, (12)—97 
Snyder, Deborah Lee (9)—233 
Snyder, Mary K. (11)—199 
Social Studies Department 
Sorrell, Helen G. (10)—117, 140, 215 
Sours, Craig H. (10)—156, 167, 215 
Southard, Nancy L. (9) 

Sowers, Elizabeth S. (11)—199 
Sowers, Susan E. (11)—17, 115, 199 
Spafford, Deborah A. (9)—233 
Spafford, Kenneth J. (12)—97 
Spalding, Eilen E. (10)—109, 118, 178, 215 
Spanish Club —121 
Spanish Honor Society —110 


Speakman, Lawrence (10) 

Speakman, Theodore A, (12)—97 
Special Recognitions —32-35 
Spelman, Harold J. (9)—164, 233 
Sprague, Donna L. (12)—97 
Sprinkle, Robert H. (R)—110, 199 
Sprouse, Sharon H. (11)—199 
Spruill, Margaret A. (12)—97, 180 
Spurlock, Brian D. (12)—97, 164 
Stacy, William M. (12) 

Stage Crew —123 
Stakem, Eleanor J. (9) 

Stanek, Mary E. (12)—98, 110 
Stankovich, Frank R. (11)—199 
Stanley, William J. (12) 

Stanners, Robert M. (11)—110, 123, 128, 199 

Stansbury, Ronald (10)—215 

Stark, Joanne F. (10)—215 

Starker, Ann E. (11)—139, 199 

Starker, William J. (10)—215 

Startzel, Jr., Gerald (12)—98, 166, 167 

Startzel, Morris G. (10)—215 

Stearns, II, Harry W. (10)—167, 215 

Steele, James G. (11)—200 

Steele, Nancy K. (12)—98 

Steffes, Kathleen J. (10)—215 

Steiger, Stephanie A. (11)—110, 112, 113, 200 

Stein, Frederick P. (12)—98, 105 

Stephanz, Virginia (T)—50 

Stevens, Dorothy (T) 

Stevens, James B. (12)—98, 148, 150-153, 161-163 

Stevens, Jane M. (9)—233 

Stevenson, Athana L. (9)—233 

Stevenson, Robert L. (T)—48 

Steward, Jerry W. (9)—167, 233 

Stewart, Charles D.—(10) 

Stewart, Suzanne C. (9)—233 
Stidd, Margaret J. (10)—124, 215 
Stidley, Bonnie L. (T)—46 
Stirling, Jr., Harold J. (10) 

Stirling, Jo Ann (9)—233 
Stirrup, Michael A. (12)—98 
Stirrup, Victoria A. (10)—140, 215 
Stockus, Anthony V. (12)—98, 110, 119 
Stoelzel, Katherine A. (11)—200 
Stokwitz, Stephen S. (9) 

Stone, James P. (11)—200 
Stone, Peter L. (9)—233 
Stoner, Jacqueline (9)—233 
Storm, Jan E. (10)—116, 140, 215 
Storm, Sharon L. (11)—116, 178, 200 
Stover, Mary E. (12) 

Strecker, Sharon S. (12)—98 

Strieker, Sigrid S. (10)—215 

Street, John W. (11)—200 

Street, Kathy A. (12)—98, 112, 138 

Street, Ruth E. (10)—215 

Strickland, Jo Ann (T)—46 

Stringfelow L. (12)—99 

Strong, Larry A. (12)—99 

Sturdevan, Kerry L. (11)—200 

Sullivan, Janean L. (9)—233 

Sullivan, Ronald W. (9)—112, 156, 164, 233 

Sullivan, Sally (9)—136, 233 

Summers, Lora B. (T)—44 

Suraci, Irene M. (12)—99 

Suter, Glenn W. Jr. (12)—99 

Swart, Janis L. (10) 

Swartz, Roxane L. (12)—99, 109, 110, 128, 129 
Sweetheart Dance —22 
Swim Club —131 

Sydenstricker, Robert M. (12)—99, 109, 110, 114, 100 
Sylvester, Wendy A. (10)—141, 117 


T 


Talent Show —17 
Talley, Janene L. (9) 

Tambor, Thomas N. (9) 

Tangas, Patricia (12)—99 
Tannheiser, Hannelore (11)—200 
Tannous, Josephine M. (T)—50 
Tasker, Patricia P. (11)—200 
Tasker, Philip L. (12)—99 
Tassara, Cecilia (9)—223 
Tassara, Hector J. (12)—99 
Tatem, Carolyn J. (9)—233 
Taylor, Alan E. (12)—99 
Taylor, Clinton W. (9) 

Taylor, Elodie Kay (11)—200 
Taylor, Jack (9)—233 
Taylor, Janet M. (9) 

Taylor, Linda S. (11) 

Taylor, Marla R. (10) 

Taylor, Sheila (9) 

Taylor, Suzanne L. (9)—233 
Tedesco, Alexander E. (9)—156, 233 
Tenhet, Joseph N. (12)—99 
Tennant, Elaine C. (12)—100, 109, 110, 111, 115, 
128, 23, 112 
Tennis —176 
Thespians —122 

Thie, Bonnie L. (12)—100, 109, 121, 138 
Thie, Krista K. (10) 

Thiede, Juanita Ann (9)—233 
Thompson, Curtis S. (11)—200 
Thompson, Kathleen D. (9)—233, 124 
Thompson, Sharon L. (10)—140 
Thompson, Thais S. (9)—136, 233, 112 
Thomson, H. Kelly (10) 


248 INDEX 










Thornton, Mary L. (9)—233 
Thurmond, Richard (9) 

Thurner, Robert F, (10) 

Tidball, Catharine L. (10)—140 
Tiffany, Pamela R. (11)—200 
Tighe, John B. (10)—118 
Tighe, Thomas C. (12)—110, 167 
Tillett, Jerry D. (9) 

Tilton, Debra A. (9)—17, 233 
Tilton, Rita J. (11) 

Timlin, Robert (10) 

Tinney, Jean M. (12)—100, 115, 129, 138 
Tinney, Richard T. Jr. (9)—233, 112 
Tobin, Marvin B. (10) 

Todd, Thomas B. (T)—49 
Tolliver, John A. (10) 

Tomanelli, Yvonne (9) 

Tomayko, Kenneth E. (11)—200 
Tompkins, Gail E. (11)—200 
Torpey, Patsy Ann (9) 

Townley, John H. (11)—200 
Townley, Judith K. (12)—100 
Townsend, Carol T. (11)—200 
Townsend, Janet E. (9) 

Tracy, Laura L. (11)—200, 129 
Tracy, Jr. Thomas J. (10) 

Trenery, Michael (9)—233 
Trenery, John B. (12)—101 
Trenholm, Harriet P. (11)—110, 200, 115 
Triesler, Jr. James R. (10) 

Tri-Hi-Y— 138, 141 
Trumble, Theresa L. (11) 

Trussell, Doris T. (T)—46 
Tucker, Jr. George 6. (10) 

Tucker, Linda K. (11)—110, 178, 180, 200, 128 
Tucker, Sharon L. 

Tunno, Charlotte (12) 

Turner, Ann Marie (11)—200 
Turner, Douglas C. (9)—233 
Turner, Maureen L. (12)—101 
Turner, Jr. Ralph E (12)—101 
Turner, Sondra L. (9)—233 
Turner, Stuart M. (10) 

Tussey, Deborah S. (9)—179, 233 
Tuthill, Cynthia A. (12) 

Tuttle, Karen L. (12)—101 
Twardy, Deborah E. (11)—20, 200, 114 
Tyler, Thomas (9)—233 
Tyler, Timothy K. (12)—101 


U 


Ulanowicz, Kim E. (12)—101 
Ulery, Ruth A. (12) 

Ulmer, Michael J. (9)—156, 233 
Underwood, Paul H. (12)—101 
Upchurch, Theodore A. (10)—129 
Updike, Sharon K. (12) 

Upenicks, Carmen (12)—101, 109, 110 
Utt, Russell H.—167 
Utt, Jr. William W. 


V 


Valosio, Tobi C. (12)—101 
Van Auken, William (12) 
Vanderburg, Patricia S. (12)—101 
Vanella, Leonardo J. (11)—200 
Vanella, Liliana M. (9)—234 
Vann, Gary W. (10) 

Van Sant, William L. (T) 

Vantine, Don (11)—200 
Varnau, Jr. Arthur L. (12)—101 
Vawter, George W. (11)—200 
Vendola, David J. (12)—102, 167 
Vendola, Jane E. (11)—200 
Vergne, Philippe J. (9)—234 
Verly, Donald (9)—234 
Veynar, Vance Y. (12)—102, 14 
Via, Thomas B. (12)—102 


Viel, Lawrence W. (12)—102 
Von Beulwitz, Jeffrey W. (10)—167 
Von Doran, Katherine M. (9)—234, 124 
VOT—130 


W 


Wade, James M. (12)—102, 15, 120, 97, 102, 105, 122 

Wade, Kathleen N. (9)—234, 124 

Wafel, Charles E (12)—102 

Wagner, Jeffrey S. (10)—162 

Wakefield, Michael M. (12)—102, 162, 114 

Waldron, Gay L. (9)—234 

Waldrop, Margaret A. (11)—200 

Walker, Donald E. (12)—102 

Walker, James R. (9)—234 

Walker, John S. (12)—102 

Wall, Jr. Carl H. (11)—150 

Waller, Deborah A. (11)—201 

Waller, Michael L. (9)—167, 234 

Waller, Robert M. (10)—156 

Wallingford, Lynn R. (10) 

Walsworth, Judy L. (9)—234 
Walters, James R. (12)—103 
Walton, Charles D. (T)—46 
Watanabe, Eri (11)—201 
Watson, Arthur D. (10) 

Watson, John H. (10) 

Watson, Kenneth F. (10)—17 
Watson, Virginia W. (T)—41 
Weakley, William (9)—234 
Weakley, Richard A. (11)—150, 201 
Webb, Thomas (9)—234 
Weber, Joseph D. (9)—234 
Weber, Katherine P. (9)—234 
Weber, Thomas E. (9)—234 
Weill, Selma F. (T)—42 
Weinstein, Stuart A. (12)—103, 167, 116 
Weixel, Hulda M. (10)—140 
Welcher, Mary K. (10) 

Welcher, Michael W. (11)—201 
Wellborn, Georgia L. (12) 

Wellborn, James D. (9)—234 
Wellde, Joyce M. (11)—201, 139 
Weis, Dana B. (10)—141, 119 
Wells, Kentwood D. (12)—103, 109, 110 
Wells, Susan L. (11)—201 
Wendling, Robert M. (9)—234 
Wendt, Douglas C. (10) 

Wendt, Vicki Jo (9)—136, 234 
Wesinger, William D. (9)—167, 234 
Wesson, Nora A, (10)—141 
West, Judith L. (11)—201 
Westbrook, John T. (11)—201 
Westerman, Martha S. (9) 

Westerman, Warren L. (11)—201 
Whalen, Terrie (9)—234 
Wheeler, Richard D. (11) 

Whelan, Judy A. (9)—234 

Whelan, Timothy G. (12)—103, 148, 149, 150, 155 

White, Bruce D. (12)—103 

White, Donna L. (10)—123, 124 

White, Linda M. (9)—234 

White, Nellie R. (T) 

White, Ralph C. (10)—116 
White, Steven R. (12)—103 
Whiting, Pamela G. (9)—234 
Whitman, Charles P. (9) 

Whittington, Jere (11) 

Widdicombe, Linda E. (9)—234, 117, 115 
Wientjes, Linda J. (11)—201 
Wilber, Robert S. (10) 

Wilhelmi, Sylvia M. (9)—234 
Wilhelmi, Theresa A. (9)—234, 117 
Wilkerson, Margie A. (12)—103 
Wilkes, Deborah S. (9)—234 
Wilkes, Sandra N (12)—103 
Wilkins, Gary R. (10) 

Willett, Kathleen G. (10) 

Williams, Brenda C. (10)—136, 141, 112 
Williams, Candice L. (11)—201 
Williams, David B. (9)—235 
Williams, Esther Aleta (10) 

Williams, J. Forrest (12)—103 
Williams, Joe R. Jr. (9)—235 
Williams, Judith L. (12)—104 


Wiliams, Linda A. (9)—235 
Williams, Linda M. (10) 

Williams, Michael G. (11)—201 
Williams, Robert B. (10) 

Williams, Sharon L. (9)—235 
Williams, Stewart G. (12)—104 
Williamson, Jr. Kenneth J. (11)—201, 164 
Willis, Charles R. (12)—104 
Willis, Hardy M. Jr. (12)—104 
Willis, Steven C. (9)—167, 156, 235 
Wilson, Beth L. (T) 

Wilson, Brenda A. (11)—201 
Wilson, Charles E. (9)—235 
Wilson, Doris E. (T) 

Wilson, Eric A. (10) 

Wilson, Randall G. (12)—104, 109 
Windsor, Robert C. (12)—104 
Wilson, Vincent L. (9) 

Windsor, Donald N. (9)—235 
Windsor, Penelope V. (10)—140 
Winfield, Barbara G. (11)—201 
Winfield, J. Michael (12)—104 
Winfield, Scott (9)—156, 235 
Wingo, Roy R. (9)—235 
Winton, Walter (11) 

Wisniewski, Lorraine N. (11)—139 
Wisniewski, Margaret A. (12)—104, 138 
Wohlford, Katherine A. (9)—235 
Wolfe, James B. (9)—235 
Wolfer, III Alvin P. (10) 

Wood, Ann E. (10)—141 
Wood, Hugh (12)—104 
Wood, Jean D. (T)—47 
Wood, Leah F. (11)—201 
Wood, Nan C. (11)—201 
Wood, Richard P. (9)—156, 235 
Wood, Thomas E (10) 

Woods, Sue (10)—140 
Woods, Thomas E. (10) 

Woodson, Garland S. (T)—11, 49, 113 
Woodward, Deborah (9)—235 
Woolard, Martha L. (9) 

Woolard, II Reginald W. (11)—201 
Wooten, Ann M. (12)—104, 129 
Wooten, John A. (9)—235 
Wootten, III William B. (11)—201 
Worley, Christopher C. (12)—104, 167 
Worley, Denise (10)—141 
Worrell, Marianne (T)—50 
Worthy, Wiliam W. Ill (11)—201, 161, 162 
Wright, Jr. Albert J. (11)—201 
Wright, Ann A. (11)—201 
Wright, Carolyn E. (12)—105 
Wright, Karen E. (9)—235, 179 
Wuigk, Sandra J. (11) 

Wynne, Susan A. (9)—235 
Wyrick, Alice F. (9)—235 


Y 


Yanker, Linda M. (12)—105 
Yantis, Deborah G. (9)—235, 112 
Yantis, Myron G. (11)—201 
Yascovic, Judith (T)—121 
Yelton, Linda V. (11)—201 
Yep, Margell M. (12)—105 
Yoast, Bonnie J. (9)—235 
Youell, John R. (11)—201 
Youell, William (10) 

Young, Darlene M. (10)—141 

Young, David W. (11)—201 

Young, Dick H. Jr. (12)—105, 109, 110, 114 

Young, Elizabeth M. (11)—189 

Young, James A. (11)—201 

Youngren, Nancy J. (9)—235 


Z 


Zikowitz, Robert F. (9)—235 
Zmud, John P. (12)—105, 120 
Zook, James P. (12)—105 


INDEX 249 



Mr. Buckley speaks to the S.P.T.A. 



MR. BUCKLEY 


On an April afternoon, students and teach¬ 
ers read in The Evening Star that Mr. Ralph 
Buckley, principal of Annandale High School, 
would leave to become Assistant Superin¬ 
tendent for School Services for Fairfax Coun¬ 
ty. After his twelve years at Annandale, 
countless teachers, post-graduates, and 
members of the staff will remember Mr. 
Buckley as not only an efficient administrator 
but also a loyal friend. Most of us can recall 
his doing us at least one special favor. Most 
of us can hardly imagine Annandale High 
School without Mr. Buckley. The student 
body, faculty, and staff wish Mr. Buckley 
much success in his new position. 


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