Adams High School - Highlander Yearbook (Rochester Hills, MI)

 - Class of 1979

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A 'zsmsig .au . ,Q :af- .. , 03 " if . , QM H .-rlaiidafwni' W f.Zt1r"- . ik .A ,.t'n., lv ill? I , 'N V! 4. Y . V375 .Y , f ' my 1 1 1 W +1- ' H tF1fl':'.A M," ,gt- h5FW1+ W' w ' ,M 'N .H rm--U w 145, -Q3 ,,, M QW ww '11 in Q1 W ws fx NZM' H wt fi EN:?fl"55E All ,,,,,.mumQ-4 ' 4" V . wi , W' F320 '. - 4- ,uf 4' Q .-- Q' , 'aw 3 fx M 1 IEIEIUULUID 'UIQUE EIEIBEIEIQU Q Q Q 'UQQGQQQ One of the most creative ways students vented their energies this year, was through the different aspects of the Art Department. From ceramic pots to still-life paintings. Mrs. Jensen. Mr. Spitzer. and Mrs. Montgomery guided art students to create to their best abilities. Mrs. Stiebe did an excellent job filling in for Mrs. Montgomery until January. Through the uses of imagination and constructive ability. students were given the opportunity to develop their own proiect and work in a more informal manner than the conventional IQXS books and tests necessary for other classes. Adams' own "Music Man". Mr. Simmons, once again offered musically inclined students the opportunity to ioin one or more of his highly successful band classes. Concert Band. Symphony Band. Wind Ensemble and the Marching Band. all performed excellently in their concerts. lt was obvious that all the band classes, including the Jazz Band conducted by Mr. Goldsworthy. put in many hours of hard work and diligent practice. Mr. Simmons and Mr. Goldsworthy. and all of the bands deserved much respect. The Board of Education met twice a month to discuss major issues concerning Adams. and all of the other Rochester schools. Because the millage was not passed last summer. they were forced to make cuts in the budget. and cut out many extra curricular activities. Mrs. Monks. the president. and the other members worked hard to make as few curriculum cuts as possible. and 'to keep the school system something to be proud of. The building administration of I978-l979 had two new members. Mr. Jack Comstock. came from Phoenix, Arizona. In very short time, he proved himself to be well-liked by both students and faculty. Dr. .lerry Freeman was also a new administra- tor this year. although he taught English here the year before. He received his doctorate just the previous summer and Adams was honored to have him as vice-principal. Mr. Keith Griffin was a teacher at West Junior High. and came to Adams as vice-principal two years ago. The Business Department had one of the most well-rounded curriculums at Adams this year. The business classes trained a student for entry into the business world, and also provided on the job experience. Medical Secretary was a popular course again this year. Mr. Fliss taught the laboratory work. while Mrs. Schmitz enlightened students on business skills. Cofop was another sought after class. Students worked part of the school day in some sort of office, while earning school credit for it, Besides these courses. typing, speedwriting, and a host of others were offered. Every day when we got to school. it was sparkling clean. The floors were swept. the rooms were straightened, and the blackboards were cleaned. By eleven a.in., most of the students were ravenously hungry. They went to the cafeteria and ate. But did anyone stop to think how the cafeteria food got there? The custodians and cooks were here early. to get the school ready for the students. These devoted people worked hard and long during the school year. and we owe them a lot for their services. Guiding us through another successful year at Adams High School. were the counselors. Mr. Parks. Mrs. Ryan, Mrs. Bogard. and Mr. Kemp worked hard all year in helping students with their problems. careers. schedules and other activities. Mr, Dunn did part--time counseling at the semester break this year. adding to the already efficient staff. A few activities that they were a part of were: College Night. scheduling, assemblies, testing. and of course parent teacher conferences! What would we have done without them? They were a very important part of our accomplishments here at Adams. So ended another year of English. Adams. noted for its exceptional English Department. had far more classes to offer than most high school programs. Among the newer English classes was Project Advance. initiated last year by Mrs. Mallon. This class. taught on a college level, was worth six credits at colleges and universities nation wide. Such a class was a great opportunity for serious English students. The variety of I0-week and semester courses made choosing English classes interesting and easy. Here at Adams High School. foreign language was a big challenge. There were four different languages to choose from this year. These included: French. German. Spanish. and Russian. ln the past four years the Language Department has come a long way. The foreign language staff included. Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Linlz. Mr. Pazevic. Mrs. Nash. and Mrs. Bickleman. Not only did students learn to speak the language, but they also learned the culture of the country. The teachers made the work fun by having extra activities, like singing and dancing. Whether it was cake decorating or designing your own clothes, the Home Economics Depart- ment offered students a chance to express their creative talents. But Home Ec. wasn't just cooking and sewing. the economic survival class. taught by Mrs. Long. showed students how to manage on their own. The child development class was a two hour block which ran its own nursery. Highland House once again, had another successful year under the supervision of Mrs. Fisk. A competent and hardworking staff was a major factor in the Highland House success. Found a good book? Looked for some information? The library had it all, with the help of Mrs. Green. and Mrs. Johnston. They worked hard all day, keeping the library orderly and running smoothly. Encyclopedias, non-fiction, and reference material. were many of the books that aided studgtgts with their homework, and if they couldn't find' what they were looking for, the librarians were always glad to assist. Another helpful person in connection with the library. was Mrs. Sharp. She was the lady who scheduled and organized movies, tapes and videos, for our use. Math was considered a challenge, especially in Mr. Pasbjerg's class. Ask any calculus student what a challenge was, and you'll be sure to hear a good descriptive word for this difficult course. For many, the sophomore year was filled with Geometry, and those good old proofs. Then came Algebra Two, and story problems. Mr. Steven Tummpser. our student teacher in Mrs. Delauney's room. had a true knack for those. The math courses at Adams were certainly challenging, but then, so were the teachers!! The Northeast Oakland Vocational Education Center, or NEOVEC, once again provided an opportunity for students to learn a technical skill not offered at Adams. Courses new to NEOVEC included. extended day welding. health occupa- tions, and marine utility vehicle repair. The food service program. which catered meals to senior citizens, received a new addition. increasing the size of its restaurant five times. Besides teaching technical skills, NEOVEC's student support services and iob placement program added up to an excellent year for the ninety Adams students enrolled. This year at Adams. the physical education staff got their classes more than semi-tough! They got their classes in shape and had fun doing it. The staff members included: Mr. Seernan. Mr. ,,....1 . Neidswiecki. Mrs. Sicora. and Miss Guillame. One new teacher ioined the staff - Ms. Craven. She taught last year for the last semester. This area offered a numerous amount of classes, anywhere from weight conditioning. water dynamics. to the regular sports, like tennis, volleyball, etc .... The gym classes were larger this year than they have ever been. The teachers have done a great iob. Adams students were proud to know that they had such a diverse science program this year. Biology was the only required course, but many students took advantage of the tremendous variety of classes offered. Students could have taken Physiology, Pathology, Entomology. or perhaps Astronomy. besides the many others available. The science staff was bolstered with the addition of two new Biology teachersi Mr. Rustowicz, and Mr. Zelmanski. One of the most important. but least recognized parts of our school. were the counseling. attendance, and main office secretaries. They formed a tie between the administrators and the student body. Among the many duties of the secretaries weret running the switchboard. keeping the many records straight. administering first-aid, making appointments, mailing and receiving college information, and answering the telephones. One of the many things that Adams students had to be thankful for this year, was the complex equipment essential to construction of projects in the Shop classes. Wood Shop, Metal Shop. Rough Carpentry, and Drafting were popular components of our industrial arts program. Mr. Orchard. Mr. Lawrence. and Mr. Schmidt played an important role in introducing interested students to the many ways they could. take an idea on paper and turn it into a reality. The three teachers did an excellent job through their constructive criticism. and support, which helped provide an educational year for many. Social Science was one of the larger departments at Adams. This years social science required courses brought the Juniors more knowledge of America, through American History l. ll, and lll. The Seniors were more informed of how the U.S. Government operated. through the courses Government l, and ll. The Seniors also held their annual political convention. Along with the required classes. the Social Science Department had many classes for students interested in other aspects of history. There was. Russian History, History of World Wars. Psychology, and many, many others. The faculty of the department did an outstanding iob this year. The Adams High Vocal Music Department took on new dimensions this year with the arrival of Mr. Timothy Lentz as director. Also joining the Concert Choir was the new Treble Show Choir. Among both choirs activities last year werea the Thanksgiving. Christmas. Winter, and Spring concerts, and participation in the District Choral Festival, the spring musical, and the graduation ceremonies. The i978-79 school year will be remembered as a rewarding and fulfilling one. not only by Mr. Lentz and all the band choirs, but by everyone fortunate enough to hear them. The work study program at Adams was designed to continue the education of students who prefer jobs to a full class schedule. Mr. Summerhayes served as head of the program. The students attended classes from eight a.m., to noon. studying subieets geared to the individual students level. Every other marking period, the students were required to work full-time. Not only did the studenfs enroll in the work study program continue their education and gain job experience. they also earned pay for their efforts. ' 1 3 . N 1 I 4 I ! ? 1 1 I f .K - . .f Q KK A -L U I .1. -' 1 1vf'w'i"" "V"Sff -nf"-f-'kilnfi QQTSQ- 7 - ,, f x - Qg,a,l '- iw-353.1 ., .Q , Y, 1 , A L5-wi? 3519 s Q . up-wig " x YK lg ,K ,W m. Xt-ug . X1 ,..,k-x Q, xii ,. 1 -K 'A1'3Ag,f:z - ' 'Q if r- x... - 8.1 A 'V ' X 1 x -. Abfff , S w::'.:.n- if . ,siigf " -W I.-T, ,Y x Af ,Q 5 ' MQ, w : x -1 X ,,w. a 1.'- lixbf' R ,gb f Ll? 3- M415 ' QQ ,Q 5, N fm., f N M e D I 1 1 5 . 5 W I 1 E i I . V X , be 4, it Ks ,Q lx. X. .. , Q. nn, -w 1' .'v falff'-if I wap.-. ...MV Q V ho" Q LUG ISUIDVCUUIUEUE Back: B. Barnes, W. Kar, S. Schmittel, Front: M. Mallon, K. Kevern. E. Monks, C. Jacob Pt-QNM Dr. Edwin Crandgll, Superintagzdent. 1 GY "MH it K- J if 5CTi U WX V Vik? X. f it ,H 'A U X i W , U' swf 0 Q Q ay XCJKXU X16 f-V, t KINY fi Q 5 s t ' ' 1 4 I Dx l bkgfy D Dr. Harry Jones, Assistant Superintendent. j 1 I. . 0 X lhfrk .h ,AV Q 1 I, AD V J ,E 1. X N LVQX QM Qfw A U V1 XX' U KN X X x K N x MQSVJ f Q rw-'N-was-, VII' 'fi- if IUIEIEE EILIEUS IBIDIEIQE fill? EEJIEIIBIEIEVB EDGE? i' Mr. Griffin in deep concentration - "We had our lunch in the parking lot! "Hi. my name is friendly what s yours? l 3 'Bread milk eggs anything else, Dear? 'Hurry up and take the picture." IQEJEUCUF WEE ID UDI3 IDIS wa EULUDTU 'LVIIUIS 'EH 'H ai, lbw 5 Mrs. Moore, listening on the line. Say cheese! 'Mccording to our records, you don't exist." X in S 29? 'U' Q 1 7' e 3 Q ff X "Like my Jimmy Carter immitation?" , A -ar, ir ' M Dear Sally . . . "You don 't look like Mrs. White?" "This kid has been absent more times than present!" Office assistant is rough work KU IUEILGUEUIE EUKULUIB "" 'Q lm ,-.... a wil ,--f""""" ,,,f' Hello, Prudential? Your friendly neighborhood counselor. I use Ultra Bright. You re on Candid Camera! Iss E-' Bald is Beautiful. Will you look at thatl May I hehr you? IIEEEUUIQUIE IEIUEQF My Say "cheese "! '3 HF lx, a 4' N' 1 f ff Sa. Colne on in and stay awhile. Is,-a I l- dl ,5M.,,, 5 ,MW ""5U"!'f:ffwnf-1--ff ww- , I-0-I 7 4 I Students always hard at work 4 ,L - . 4 E IEIELVUIQULS EUS IUIW Q Q A janitor's work is never done . . . "What are they trying to cover up now? I 1- f ' ' wisqwf , 'V ' , , JUICI PUMA YDIUI l IUIBI-il lfI5I5'LV fill! ULU 'QQ BORING Glen plays shuffleboard at the club "'s..-- "I think it 's moving!" Foods serious business is Would you trust these ladies to cook your lunch? L1 ,X 1 U H W He 's a cute photographer! 25 'Emmy Ummm mum Your book is upside down Ron. They 're coming to take me away, ha hal Mr. Bailo, trying to look studious. L Xl l ' ,Q Hi there! xg 2 1 K Y You got an A, but this is a biology paper! One and one is five? "You said my grade was what?" 1i This I5 a map If shows a country If shows a city r Arf H1 there big fella." 148 'U 0 ,fe , , 'W f 'ff 'QNX lv-7.1 - i. 111-.. il. LI Q HJ H What did you call me!" 7' Xiu!! pm E . . . and rhat's the truth! Pththth! F' "I'm going to run out of red ink before I finish this 'How'd you like to have your mouth shut permanently?" Look up here and not at her!! You put your right hand in . . . Qu., 'iq rw.. "l just love Ann Landers. " "Hey, you 're a cute photographer. - ff fs? -S-4 -nf "Oh sure, I believe you." Mrs. O'Conner 's excused absence 6, 1 .. "C 'mon now, who hehred you?" "That's it! Now keep your hands to yourself! " iw. IBEJIBIE 'ECU IIULUIDIE CU 'U What do you mean I 'm not in this class ?! Of course it 's creative. it . Hehwing Again. Am I sure? Air Terrible coffee! Q ilu i X 'N "Just cutting my finger." "You put it right here. I wish they'd settle down. Workin' away. IFF IEE? ULUIDIBEFIEEY Q 1 I Seniors in Shop. "Connect the wire to the contact . . . " UJJIEVIIYIE IEE 'FIDE Q Q Q "Who said that?" "l 'm so confused! "l gotcha!" A NNOQ... A Q ,,....- f -s-,..Q.H-H" "l.et's try it again!" 'WI be a typist yet." Q Q IQUDUIEIEIBE BUUELUUUVUIJ IQUIUIV 'IIUIJJLU B 2 'ff , W ,M Yi s Q Q f fx Yum Mr. Dunn strikes a pose "You WILL understand" ...ff "Noi-It's R-U-5'T-O-W-I-C-Z" "How would you like six detentions? Students turn Bald Mountain into Smokey Mountain RQ 1 ! I' 'I thought those were asprins you gave Mrs. Talley- mixing her daily love potion H N19 The Zelmanski look alike contest winner 1' 4".."T?ffSk . Mr. Mikkula tries to find a cure for boredom .lk 5 He enjoys eating out for a change .r fff f-Q., , . Q. X ,ll YK wx, cl V x A x ..,i lv A EI' YW ' W uv IW ., Ji el x V. l. v ' 4,344 'w4. rl, ' 4,1 4s,a Q .Hao gin t P' .f f Q-"P" Afmw 3 n agua . N, je 5, , A, Qi Q ,4, 5 4 Q " - xg I " I 1 .av , in 'ia ,1 K. ' pt, 5 ,A F . Q 1 Q f p a f-w ' Q- , ,c-- Q' F 5 ff . 'W' 'M Q 'A 9' 'fi , . x V J, s ep J . , X: ' 3 E QV' -5'1"A Q Ylifz ..-5 I f ,f,gw, V Lgwih, 1..k3"b 4- 4,5 , ,, A 55 '- ,3 H S 4- 5. .x- 1 Q-- ef ,f N...M,, , t , f qgkw. ' X 4 xv, , 4? ,f Q. Q I 5 X 'N-..g:'V f If -am k . " - Q y ,.wuu.5,,, Lg 'r I 'sf 1 mx' W ' fa s if , Q F I 5 . 1 mm,-Hf"' N if f ,MM nr -. W ?"'2"5ff 37 .- mx ' wgg -'b, 1 gf'- ,, 'UIQUIE EEIBIQUID El? LUIQUEUE A typical day of choir I'd like to teach the world to sing 'if . rl' nl' 1 ll , This song is so exciting! Am I singing the right song? 4.1 ' Practice makes perfect? Roll over, Beethoven! 'ITCUIISUIUV UCULUIE IDI! IJIUBUIQUIJISB Q Q Q "I hate posing for pictures!" Caught ya! "Now where is the on button?" "I love to erasel" "That time it only took you 20 minutes! Q Q EIU IEWIDQW "Gee you smell terrific!" "It's got to be here somewhere!" 'So you 're the new staff member!" . t o ,Mal el I - Qs I. 4, , YJ f I W Lf e I 1" -FT. Who pinched me? ' x 1 P I is i f 3 J 9 . f 1 X' ,wh-W if' 939 Nw. 1 5' .V ,fig 5 A A , 'T Q3 ,ff"' -, ,, g,, K - W V95 3'-iz 1552! ,iz .1'x- ,1 fi ex .. nwif I x 'I don't believe it!" FIBIEIEUIE WILUEUIE Q Aiigt Nb". ft iff IG-De? Xlx D - .5 My Snow e 4Who done nl" .Q 2 .J N -' L HJ 7-bjs WZ? -W C ra yon. t--he "You bet your sweet bippy I do!" "Now who is skipping today". IDIUIUIBILE UUE ,,-., -Sk Dear Santan . . "Check HER out Pat!" Mr. Summerhays told a funny! "What are you staring at girl?" 1 s ,U 1 4 Q ,. 's Don 't hide behind your purse Cheryl. You get my brother but you didn 't get mel F 'J rxi Mia? "Who said I can 't be a manicurist?" Q-1 UUE GK? CUIUELIJEJ :vw sn. My mother always told me to stay inside the lines. J L - 'T pail 4.51 . I 1 I "Its lookin good Mr. Goodwrench. " "Only your hairdresser will know?" ,. i a o 'One more word and youll get it in the "Heb my hand is stuck!" face! EUUEEEU The Cross Country team had a lot of enthusiasm and potential runners. This year's team had only one returning varsity runner, Greg Wiest. What the team lacked for in experience, they made up for in spirit. After school one could see the Adams Cross Country team running down many of the roads in Rochester. The team now knows all ol the back roads. thanks to Coach Gierke. The team was led by Senior Rob Randolph. Randolph was the only runner from Adams who went to State competition. Other fine perforf nuances were turned in byi Senior Chris Reagan. and Sophomore Dave Taylor. For the first time in Highland history. there were girls on the team. This year there wasn't a girls team. because of lack of enough girls, Hopefully. next year there will be separate teams. The Adams Golf team did extremely well this year. The team proved that hard work really did pay off. They placed lirst in the Class A Golf title. The overall record for the season, was lO and 3. Coach Pasbierg was really pleased with the performance of this year's team. He felt that every member of the team had winning attitudes, which helped bring the team many victories. The team this year ended fantastic performances. by being State Champions. Junior Greg Manning was a medalist. Along with Manning, excellent performances were turned in byi Senior Ray Green. Junior Kirk Graves, and Sophomore Wade Stevenson. Next year's team will have three of the top four players returning. The girls had an up and down season this year. Though it wasn't the IO-l season of last year, this season was sparked by the outstanding victory over Rochester. ln that meet, the girls originally lost. but were awarded the win when the officials' decision to disqualify the backstrokers was reversed. Other highlights werei Junior Kathy Krull. who qualified for the State Championships in five events, and Cathy Schmitz, Junior, who qualified in two events. Senior contributors weret Terrie Finston in diving. Pam Schmitz in backstroke, and all purpose swimmer. Carolyn Crabtree. The tennis team of "79" proved to be a winning team this year. They came through with second place in rogionals and qualified for State. The number one player in singles was, Nancy Golding. who illustrated her ability on our tennis team for the past three years. Liz Sutherland, our .lunior player, showed a great amount of ability as well, for she was second in singles. Our number one doubles players were. Kathy Rhoton. and Annette Brown. They deserve much recognition. as well as the rest of the team. for their outstanding performances. Mrs. Hunt, the girls tennis coach. has helped the team greatly. even though this was her first year coaching here at Adams, The girls basketball team pulled through with another exciting season, They had many practices and many hard working triumphs. This year's group of players put forth a terrific effort. with the help ol three top players. They werel Kathy Gordon. Jenny Shawver, and Molly Todd. Juniors that showed tremendous drive we:-ei Joanne Hopp and Rita Snow, Behind this super team was coach, Jim Shawver. who coached for the first time at Adams. ...Jiri ..-V The l979 track team began regular practices early in March. Students spent a couple of hours each school day working hard to get in shape and perfect their techniques. Many got a head start by participating in the winter conditioning program. which met after school, starting in January. They ran outside when the weather permitted it. and through the school hallways when the weather was too bad. The team was made up of Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. The runners were coached by Mr. Bud Cicciarelli. Everyone worked hard and put forth their best efforts to make this team a great success. The girls golf team is hoping for a good season with four returning playersi ,lolayne Johnston, Becky Johnson, Sue Tranzow. and Monica Potere. The team also has three new Juniorsi Sarah Jackson. Amy Farell. and Marylyn McGarry. There are no Sophomores or Seniors on the team this year. Coach Lenore Tally says there are sixteen matches and one invitational scheduled. She hopes to win the regionals and go on to State with her team. as last year's did. This year as in last. the boys tennis team was coached by Mr. Jim Taylor, Returning Juniors and Seniors, gave the team the needed experience. while the Sophornores added depth. The team started practicing in March. which included running in the halls after school. and working on perfecting their serves. The Adams team ran against some stiff competition this year, and proved they were prepared for the challenge. The tough competition proved only to be a minor obstacle for the Highlanders. The Highlanders have a reputation for having quality tennis players and having a team with good sportsmanship. A schedule containing nearly five games a week has kept the Adams Varsity baseball players hopping. Coach John Guerreri's team opened their season on April 25, and competed in a total of 14 regular season games. The Highlanders were led by senior co-captains Tim Dillon and Kris Kuhn. Other returning lettermen instrumental in Adams success includedi Scott Barnaby, Paul Cracknell, Scott Harris, Mark Jackson, Tom Scally and Steve Valentine. An overall 23-9 record compiled by last year's team is what the i979 Highlander club has attempted to improve on. With much of the previous seasoifs players back in action, Adams nine have their sights set on statewide recognit ion. According to Coach Guerrerri, "lf every kid produces to his potential, we should be able to repeat as league champs and do even better!" Wrestling was a challenging sport, but the Adams wrestlers proved they could handle it another year. Much strategy and concentration were necessary io keep them on top. With guidance from their coach, Mr. Bailo. the wrestlers and their captains, Paul Cracknell, and Dan Burgess, Dave Fagan. and Keith Masters, everyone involved had a great season. Some off the outstanding wrestlers werei Keith Masters, Richard Thompson. Dan Burgess, Paul Cracknell, Ted Jacob. Dave Walsh. Jeff Omans. and Dave Fagan. The boys swim team had a very successful season. One of our swimmers. Shawn Wery, qualified for State in the lOO yard breast stroke. Along with Shawn. the other top swimmers werea Nick Cupaurito, Randy Scherer, and Jeff Taylor. As for the members who dove into the team. we saw Rob Nani. Tom Jones and Joe Gingras. The Juniors showed great potential during the season. which proved we will have another winning team. Denny Seaman, who has been the swim coach for two years. should be given credit for his effort, as well as his time with the team. The girls volleyball team was hard at work again this year. After school approximately fifteen girls could be seen practicing their serve and spike techniques. The team practiced for one and a half hours. five days a week. Leading the team were two captains, Senior. Kathy McCurdy. and Junior, Ritta Snow. A new addition to the team was Coach Hunt. She felt that a lot of effort was put into each game, which brought about a very successful SQGSOH. From early November until the end of February, the Adams ski team could be heard "praying to the great god Bamboda" for snow. Daily after school. members were seen heading for the slopes of Pine Knob. The team was under the supervision of Coach Carl Pasiberg. The team did an excellent job. turning in many good times. The gymnastics team was coached by two new coaches this yeart Coach Tischler and Tolzdorf. The girls worked from October until March. perfecting their routines on the balance beam. floor, vault and uneven bars. - Sue Zukowski was the only Senior on the team this year. Kerrie Hulbert, Marty Kruckegurg, Dorothy Lilly, Gayle Kastner. Kasey Rowe, Lori Tompor, and Pam Reidinger, were also involved. New additions to the team were. Heidi Schult. Audrey Bettinin, Jill Shepard, Jill Kobus, Mary Lynn Moran, Bea Hickey, Cindy Dernerino, Renee Schick, Connie Maclntirc and Julie Tischler. The Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders had a new sponsor this year, Beth Eschrich. The squad consisted of eight girls but decreased to six. The girls on the squad were Senior and Captain Cathy Crossman. and Cathy Gay, juniors Cindy Riinarcik, and Donna Poulin, Jenny Orchard. Kristi Gay, sophomores Shannon Jacov and Shelli Reidinger. ' The girls tried hard to keep the crowds spirit up which was not easy. Adams varsity basketball team added an extra dimension during their i978-l979 campaign. The elimination of iunior varsity sports enabled four sophomores to earn a spot on Coach Dale Orchards squad. ' The Highlanders met up with some stiff competition, hut worked together to try to win the game. Seniors Mike McNamara and Tim Dillon served as co-captains for the team. Dillon led the Highlanders in scoring, and also in stealing. McNamara grabbed the most rebounds, and displayed an intense brand of defense. Behind the scenes for the Highlanders, were Mr. Clevenger, and Matt Brown. Clevenger assisted Coach Orchard, while Brown served as the student manager. The Varsity football team had a more successful season this year. breaking their losing streak with a win early in the season, The players practiced long and hard to try and win for Adams. Keep up the good work! 1 ,t ks f r '. Q S J, -l A A sw l , fy!! k 'N 1 ,ff ix, 'ff' ' Y, 3,7 ff -.px i 'T' .,.,. ,.-ff' Xa -lf -.- , 1' ' o .4 , in' o :af '- We 156' ? - , ' 'ab 4,-,-4, fy' 1,4 ' H f :V ,. V, ' 2. W' r fra' ,Vos my ,-V' f. 'lf you hold my hand one more time - . . " WUIUI5 ILIULUl.5l3t5'LV E? IHEIW I x it w 'gl B Java, L r Y I,- '.. i .fix , 'r-x"fisl"'L'g. Boy aren't we having a balll Pilvf fo C0-Pilvf ' - - . A I kicked a ball into the air . . . "Don 't come near mel 3 f f-Bxls "Ohh, you hit so hhaard." Let 's dance , .1-f--'-' i"'L"'t"" - ww- ,. U X .402-4 QQ X, -' W snr-H Y Q vga Front row: Ron Holszchu, Jack Lawless, Dan Burgess, Brian Murphy, Paul Cracknell, Tim Dillion, Craig Goniwiecha. Second row. 64 Shane Gerke, 84 Jeff Maurer. 20 Tim Lutes, 6l TeeDee Jacob, 86 Mitch Aiello, 5l Joe Patrico, 40 Steve O'Donnell, Third row: George Newton, Steve Burgess, Kevin Connolly. Dave Addy. John Monica, Mike Thompson, Fourth row: J. Zelmanski fcoachj, Pete Aiello. Rick Buiteweg, Ed Stizza, M. Nemer-Kaiser, Kerry Gordon, Ken Kaszubinski, Dave Grech, R. Graham 45, i A Grrrrrr No dummy, thats our goal! Do the bump. "Wait, You te supposed to take the ball. 'UUJI3 IEYUIEIEIBILIE 013153 in if 'V F Lora Waller Lisa Clissold Diane Lynas "ii 'K I L1 ,J W1 ' M Annette Duby Sponsor - Judy Long 'li y Mathllde Brown D S-' Cathy C rossman Carolyn Fox Beth Joachim CUIEIEVUU V VV A Q ,k,, ,,-My X ,JN-',,, , V .W l , ,, ,Q ,, , Tl, f3'f,zjt5e W - 5 -f ' ' j i , ,, I . 4 nw X if KT VK a ta -tg - fl Qyzawami- , fi, ,. 14 ,,.' ' ' Af1,,.,1l1,1,54t,g,'4 ,, ' "Where'd it go?" 3 . 1 ,q,4nr"' Don t bug me. I m concentrating. Rhoton and Brown warming up for the kill. 1: qgdgzfgw , "rm tough!" 50 Top row I. to R: Sue Transow, Nancy Golding, Liz Sutherland, Annette Brown. Mrs. Hunt. Middle row: Laura Meyer, Kathy Rhoton, Kelly Jahnke, Maryiln McGarry, Yvonne Shick. Bottom row: .lenny Steinwart, Karen Jones, Diane Loney, Leanna Roberts, Denise Wenger, Kathy Karbowski p---......,,,,-N. --Q-'......,,.,M..- ...MMM H5533 ww We did it again! Knock 'em dead! Snow - Let's - Go! R5 Q ' 25 - fi ,. . ' L tkny J, ' ' 0 ' ' 5 Another Victory .14 . K Qf 11 . - V.migg x ' 'O 6. ,, , .wal Go for it! G3 IECUL5 L5 I5fUCUl3UL9 IJ K Front Row: W. Stevenson, J. Biallas, K. Graves, G. Manning. G. Zdral. B. Brooks. Back Row: ,l. Zubkas, R. Green, T. Donaldson, M. Althaus, S. Heizer, E. Belanger, Coach Pasbjerg 'U Ell'3I3I3f BDUEILIL Ulf BIUIEIJSIEBI5 Using a ball would heb! I thought the ball was there?? What a SWINGERII CU GJ 'I.VEiJ'LVl3 IEIIUCUUULV IU ' BLUE? Q13 'UIQUE If IEEE And they 're off! Feet, don 't fail me now. ... ----.-. ...J Q "Stop tickling mel" Qf-Nh .f"",n You were saying?" -f--Q., "Now say you 're sorry!" CHA 1 CHA 1 CHAI ' 'Pssssssss tl ' ' Burke makes his move. ----...,,, 'UEUI3 IEEIEIBQ IQUIE I3 IDQ ID 'UIIUE EJIEIWQ "Bend me, but don 't break me." I've got the music in me. .- N ' A Qi 1fbf,..:M,l A Front row - L. to R. - C. Masters. K. Gordon. B. Grant. R. Smith, T. Lafferty, W. Stevenson. M. Huber, K. Masters. G. Fitney. B. Ambrose. Second row - Coach Bailo, J. Monica, M. Thompson, K. Heberling, D. Walsh, A. Fifield, D. Harbin, T. Jacob, R. Guzanek, C. Guililand, E. Stizza, J. Roman. Third row - J. Burkheart, J. P. Pazevic, A. Westerguard, D. McCaffery, B. Button, M. Howcroft, B. Fagen, G. Weist, C. Bonnville, K. Fischer, 5. Jones. Fourth row - R. Thompson, B. Stanley, D. Fifield, D. Burgess. J. Heck, J. Burke, M. Canzano. K. Carr, B. Fender, R. Holzschu, M. Carr, K. Connolly, 5. Devereux. IEEJUSJEUIIUUILE IQHQIBIEIE , Q' Watch out below! "Ready or not, here we go." Front Row - L. to R. - T. Kosik. C. Fox, J. McKee, S. Heizer, Second Row - A. Wei, L. Tierney, K. Barnes, J. Yahrling, D. Nani, A. Robinson, J. Siffering, J. Piligian. Third Row - P. Coulter. R. Hull. J. MCC-Tee, D. Kinsella, H. Wei, M. Shuert, K. Pattison. Back Row - D. Delahney, J. O'Dowd, S. Simmons, P. Tierney, J. Graves, F. Schaenzle. J. Obear, K. Jenkins, R. Crosley. Winter Olympic skiers of l98O, beware! "We're not afraid of heights!" fx A ww ILEQPIELUILILELQB K- K SIZIBIDIE :ix l Q Q 11 fx L ft a 450063, 'Vind the mamma bear said . lt's a human ball return! . f EIEIEIEIZ Front Row - L. to R. - R. Snow, R. Logsdon, S. Curtiss, L. Zagars, J. Kirk, C. Sutherland. L. King. Back Row - L. Enright, J. Tischler, J. Wallner, K. McCurdy, M, Todd, J. Hopp, D. Mooney, T. Yeager, Coach Hunt. Sherry displays her victory dance! 1 "Bet they won 't return that one!" IEUIEILE Q Q lst ROW: Karen Witt, Terrie Finston, Jane Warnica, Karen Meinhart, Carolyn Crabtree. 2nd ROW: .loan Essenmacher, Kim Carter, Gwen Phillips. Brenda Cleland, Pam Schmitz, ,lenni Clatworthy, 3rd RO W: Lisa Ferrari, Bea Hickey, Terri Rodgers. Mo McGarry, Janet Hunter, Laura Bailey, Kathy Krull. 4th RO W: Penny Evans Ccoachj Cathy Schmitz, Coleen Hickey, Lynette Goran, Patti Patkavitch, Brenda Churchill. "Now listen, Yo- Yo'sl" Up, up, and away . . . FALSE START-Lane 311 A 5 ,,,.w-gngx O Q Q Q EWUDUDUUEUIE .Q "Here I come . . .l" Resistance training, Lesson l. J.A. W.5. " - just a waterlogged swimmer! 19 .. 5, "AAAHlll" The girls team was distinctly smaller this year. Xml 1-6. , , fn ' , W J., . 11 In ,Q , 9: 5 aqvb. I , E f 1 I I 4 I ,--u-n-- - x-.?,. vm -IV:2:":a '94 if 115' 56 ...W 'fazrfrm ,ff pi Aki' 9.4 W Na -6' 'A riff . 1 .gf'F'fQv'5" 42 ,A-'-" fx X" -. f . ,Q UK - Rv -11. -2 X. up' E fi -Q 1 x .-. f we -r fi 4' 5 . X Q wh- - I : f -...fx . , . V .K - I . 5 in . -P' .?W T' ' 1 . M-'ff' Q x AB ax' in 3' 3--elf ' J 31 g xv. gh! J' , 'H J All 3 Q4 2 A 'UEUE IEIUKUDUWUIBLUBKUUI? D D D "Don't touch me!" Watch the game Lance! Scott hits from the line. Mac eyes the hoop. - 'D4nytime now!l" "lf we could only put it in our OWN basket And now for our National Anthem. D D D Q I Back Row, I. to Rf 5. Barnaby, L. De Voe, K. Heurman. G. Manning, G. Lamphier, I , , H M. Althaus, J. Tessmer, D. Freer, J. Koger, J, Biallas, G. Olsen, D. Clever. Front Where do You fhfnk You fe gomg? Row: Coach Orchard, T. Dillon, M. McNamara, Coach Clevenger, M. Brown. Tim displays the perfect form. "What's she doing up there?" ILUEIIU E59 IELUUUEIEKUQ IBTQVUIHLUQ "He 's too good for words!" Cathy and Shannon cheer on Front Row: C. Gay, J. Orchard, Middle: Donna Poulin, Shannon Jaico, Cindy Rimarcik, Back Row: Cathy Crossman, Cathy Gay, Shelly Reidinger. s 1.'n The 'midgets' of the squad Someone heh? me . . . they're stuck! I Bef my teeth their whitest . . . Watch Cindy get highll X-S Q BF fi? UB IEEE Front Row: H. Schult, A, Bettini, J. Shepard, G. Kastne. Second Row: Coach Tolzdorf, S. Zukowski, M. Kruchenburg, J. Kobus, M. Moran, D. Lilly, S. Madson. Coach Tischler. Third Row: B. Hickey, C. Demerino, R. Schick, C. Mclntyre. She leaps tall buildings in 3 single bound Fourth Row: K. Rowe, J. Tischler, P. Reidinger ' f .ta f' "How do I get down from here ?l" "Gonna fly now" f Dorothy's way of sitting comfortably "Watch out Nadia" M runs X 5 - ' A ' ' - ' . . , ' ' ,, ., , sf . I , , , 3, ,L xl as A ' - wr:-sill a fn ,. K E, M . in X.. - - A H. W x . - V 1 5 Fifi? . . x , 1 :Q- 1SliLgfzS'5. .K A Va zx R W! P .. SQ X . Q 8 - u M , . A 55, - vxwcv ' t x L. ,imff Q 14 ,. .A 'xxft A, . V aqnv N A ' . 3 if I 3 Q' .Q Q 5 ,..t '-v" X iiii Q-.-Qin IIUIE LULUB5 5 I.5jlijl3l2llUI3lij lil ISLE 'LVEU Q Q Q N.J W 4 . X , x ... ,,,,, dx.,- 'Q 5:45, . -- Y 4 A ,W M, W2, 4, 1 mf ff A A N jx ., M ..1. , -,'.."k', ,AW I , -x ,,.-f .A I '- fy" 1 , nu . ., "nf,..- ' v flfs' f " I . . if A . " :,'. "5 1f,g,'?i.'u . .AH 'll' 4 w.. ,yin .b..N H, 1, "f 1' gig. ,L 13, ,v., , -- .:f,. 1, 5. 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I r' fx f .ff b 4 N Y.. ff -. wr xy 51 , gl.-W -W' A X X 4! .4 Y uf . W USJEUCU IHUIEIIBE I f '-my afzizgsq' an V. . V 5 1F k sl 17? if-"1 , ,. fax' E5 vim ' ,',,'X Pg lf' x 2 r Karr. BQ auamnfwff 1, - -'fdlf' 'ibn' wpfwm ' ' 'ZS Ni FY Linn Y. N 'fM.'ff4stw Q.. f Q-. , -I NJ Sym Mens Swimming Football Cross Country Adams OPP Adams Opp Adams Opp 94 Pontiac Cen. 78 . 29 Eisenhower 28 93 Dondero 79 12 Lfike Orion 13 32 Clarkston 23 111 Lenser 54 3 f's:"h0wer 22 31 Lahser 24 104 Rochester ev 0 Ginger 7 31 Groves 24 39 Groves 133 8 Dondzio 2,7 44 Dondero 17 101 Stevenson 73 14 Athens 34 33 Athens 24 50 Seaholm 124 0 Lathru 34 33 Rochester 24 81 Lathrup 91 0 Clarkstgn 13 35 Lathrup 21 107 Athens 64 7 Rochester 15 124 Kimball 58 Girls Basketball Boys Golf Volleyball Adams Opp Adams Opp Adams Opp 57 Eisenhower 24 205 Lahser 220 37 Kimball 27 208 Bro. Rice 210 1 Lake Orion 2 69 Groves 35 189 Latbrup 200 2 Romeo 0 49 Lathrup 47 194 Athens 215 2 Avondale 0 64 Dondero 48 200 Dondero 245 0 Fraser 2 46 Athens 38 201 Groves 198 1 Lathrup 2 44 Lake Orion 28 205 Rochester 216 2 Dondero 1 35 Lahser 42 212 Lake Orion 227 2 Athens 1 0 Lahser 2 2 Kimball 0 0 Groves 2 0 Lathrup 2 2 Dondero 1 2 Athens 1 0 Lahser 2 2 Groves 1 2 West Bloom. 1 Girls Swimming Gymnastics Adams Opp Adams Opp 3- 63 Seahvlm 104 Win Romeo Loss 94 Andover 89 Loss Rochester Win l1...i-...T 74 Gran Blanc 95 Loss Athens Win 95 Utica Ford 61 Loss Lahser Win 92 Rochester 75 Win Seaholm Loss 67 Lathrup 105 Loss Groves Win 60 Groves 112 Win Ferndale Loss Girls Tennis 99 La-hser 83 Win Kearsley Loss 99 Dondero 69 Loss Dondero Win Adams OPP 99 Athens 68 5 Kimball 2 2 Lathrup 5 7 Dondero O 6 Athens 1 2 Groves 5 4 Rochester 3 2 Lahser 5 Wrestling 1 Huron North 6 Adams Opp 27 Roosvelt 34 60 Dexter 17 60 Rochester 17 lil-- 40 Kettering 21 40 Lathrup 21 46 Hartland 21 61 Warren Wds. 9 42 Canton 22 39 Fitzgerald 27 53 Sterling 21 53 Bro. Rice 17 69 Henry Ford 5 Boys Basketball Adams 62 Grosse Pte. North 68 Kearsley 57 Mt. Clemans 51 Dondero 90 Avondale 47 Rochester 57 Southfield Lathrup 65 Kimball 64 Birm. Groves 82 West Bloomfield 48 Troy Athens 48 Clarkston 53 Dondero 59 Bloom. Lahser 55 Southfield Lathrup 60 Birm. Groves 55 Troy Athens 73 Lake Orion Opp 63 55 68 40 74 6 1 64 74 46 62 46 61 49 64 52 69 5 1 Girls Skiing Adams OPP 1 1 Eisenhower 25 10 Lady of Lake 35 16 Rochester 20 20 Lahser 16 16 Andover 20 10 Clarkston 36 12 Kettering 29 Boys Skiing Adams Opp 27 Eisenhower 10 10 Lady of Lake 32 8 Rochester 19 11 Pontiac N. 34 26 Lahser 14 23 Andover 14 10 Clarkston 28 EUIUEETVIB P The assemblies of '78 - 79 were enjoyable this year for the students at Adams. This years' assemblies consisted of our homecoming week, a Christmas assembly with all the trimmings, and several pep assemblies. Our own Adams Choir sang their traditional "Fruitcake" song while Santa Freeman distributed presents to the retired Adams Faculty. Many students got involved at the Mime assembly. The student council rented the movie "Murder by Death" on Halloween for the students to view. All in all, the assemblies provided a needed break from class schedules, whether to promote school spirit or just plain old entertainment. Senior B.G. Bowl players stung the Juniors with a I6-I4 victory this year during homecoming week. to maintain their reputation by winning two years in a row. Both Junior and Senior teams started practicing at least four weeks before the big game. Plays were learned. running was stressed. they went through drills, but most of all they ran!! Coaches on both sides worked hard to make their teams the best. and their help was greatly appreciated. The two teams were tough, but the Seniors pulled it off by the same score as last year. ln the words of Senior Head Coach Steve Odonnell, "The Juniors said that they had more spirit, talent and determination. but we had more pointsl" The main objective of dances at Adams was for everyone to get a chance to get out and have a good time. Dances, as in the past, also gave classes and other organizations a chance to raise money for their activities. , ln the spring. Adams held the third annual dance marathon for muscular dystrophy. Atlantis students once again showed what they were made of, with many of the dancers completing the twenty-two hours. Allinvolved should be commended for a job well done. Whether it was an after game dance or the grueling twentyttwo hours of the marathon, everyonefjustt wanted to get out with friends and 'have a good time. There were several plays put on this year lby international and prospective Thespian members. The students put a lot of-'work into building sets, making costiilnes, and rehearsing. With the help of Ms. Gibson and Mr. Lentz, they succeeded in putting on very impressive performances. The first production of the year was two one act plays by Woody Allen, called "God" and "Death", These comedies attracted a large audience which helped greatly in the financing of the drama "Look Homeward Angel", which was presented a couple of months later. Juan Magay is I6 years old. a junior and comes from Madrid, Spain. ln the e ,Y . . 3.1. . .. ..,.,v4gqmuwi.,,.,..-.numnvt,.-..,..-,. ..,.-.f-llniv.,.-.-pvnuuurqew. ,W V Ll.S. he lives on Gunn Road with the Llpdegraffs. He enjoys snow skiing, and swimming in his spare time. He also plays the accordian and likes to build models. Jeff Tan comes from Quezov City. in the Phillippines. He lives with the Stoloruck family on Dutton Drive. Jeff is I7 years old and a senior. When he's not busy with schoolwork. he goes to football and basketball games. He also said he likes parties. fJimj Dimitrios Bougatsos is a senior and I8 years old. He lives on Allston Drive with the Saxon family. He comes from Thessaloniki, in Greece. Jim likes to listen to music and lift weights. He also likes tennis and girls. He said he wants to stay here in the U.S. after he graduates. Hinrich Krohn is I6 years old, and comes from Hamburg, Germany. He is in the llth grade and lives on Leyton Court with the Grimes. Hinrich likes to sail, swim, read and play volleyball. He also plays the flute in the Symphonic and Marching Bands. He said when he returns to Germany. he is planning to sail from Finland to Portugal with his uncle. Commercials was the theme for homecoming this year. The homecoming week, better known as spirit week. started out with the wearing of class colors. At lunch was the ice cream eating contest with the seniors winning at all three lunch hours. This was also the day of the B.G. Bowl game. The seniors won I6-I4. Tuesday was miss match day. At lunch was the toilet paper wrapping contest. with the seniors winning two out of the three lunch hours. Wednesday was college t-shirt day with the jazz band playing at lunch. Thursday was dress up as your idol day. with the cracker eating contest at lunch. Friday was the day of the assembly. The spirit yell was won by the juniors. ln the skits, all the classes showed a lot of talent, but the seniors came out in front. Then they went on to finish their not yet completed floats. I Saturday was game day. Despite the 34-I5 loss, not many of the fans' spirits were dampened. At half-time. Kathy Rhoton and Dave Fagan were announced as Homecoming Queen and King, respectively. The seniors won the float contest, with their "Gotcha" razor blade float. Saturday night was the dance, with Adrenalin as the band. All of the classes put forth a lot of effort to make that homecoming live up to its theme, "For the times of your life." Unlike previous years. this year's registration passed with few difficulties. The administration was successful in its attempt to simplify the process by instituting a new system. Under the new system, name cards were handed out to students, which they then exchanged for class cards. This made sure that students wouldn't be pulling cards for others. There were problems, as always. but this is the price we must pay for the elective system. ln all, this year was dramatic improvement from last year. The i978 - 79 school year was filled with a wide variety of both national and local happenings. Cult suicides in Guyana and the Summit Meetings were recog- nized throughout the world. On a local level, Michigan introduced a can and bottle return, while Rochester voters faced a millage renewal. Ron Guidry led the Yankees to another championship and Woody Hayes punched himself out of a job, to headline the sports scene. Muhammed Ali regained his heavyweight title while Michigan State's Spartans ridded themselves of NCAA probation. The past year was scarred by some unhappy events. A plane crash near San Diego registered as one of the LI.S.'s worst. Nelson Rockefeller departed from politics, dying at the age of 70. Raising of the drinking age from I8 to 2l caused great concern for Michigan IQBITBQGYS. state wide. Newspapers were jammed with articles on Chinese Deputy Prime Minister Teng's visit to America. Stories on a test tube baby and the Vatican City's Popes also received front page recognition. The entertainment world was headed by movie favorites, "Animal House", "Superman", and "Grease". ABC's "Mork and Mindy", became televisions' top comedy. A comeback by the Rolling Stones and a pair of albums by Billy Joel enabled them to sweep the charts in music. An important aspect of the theatre arts program at Adams is Troupe 2l63 chartered by the International Thespian Society. fl.T.S. is an internation organization for secondary schools from all of the United States and Canada.J Students qualify for lnternational by participating in school productions and thus earning points toward membership. Troupe 2l63 began the year in September with 27 lnternational members and 50 apprentices with hopes for attaining membership. Some of these apprentices will fall by the wayside, but a large number will have earned their points by spring, by working in this year's productions, and will have been initiated as qualified members of the International Thespian Society. This year's officers for Troupe 2l63 were, Beth Dettman, president, Rob Jones, vice-president of production, Ben Vernia, vice-president of Budget, and Mathilde Brown, vice-president of Management. Sponsors were Beverly Gibson and Timothy Lentz. a s L S ri 52 YY E i 5 P 3 . k,,..g-F,Hq,1 A M32 . tgp Q' STK 4"-X .., z- 3. Lffvix Tiiglff Rx ' -A Qw- ' F as . if A l EJEUEEID KUILUID Mr. Guerrieri, hard at work "Registration is so much fun" i -Q-W . N fs" , , N. Another organized registration "But I 've already had Comp IO Come on The green goes over the blue then the red f.. ----.f ,NK 'g1.g.,',,. -f -ff ,. '-W UIQ . :Fig -J.,-" . 9. k,..x.f. -5.4. Y A . E I-iillli L?l3I.iiI?IUl-ii IELUB A .X ,, 'V A I I 1 , N Q I V J LI ' V , Q , X: Q R., . Nag. Nag, Nag! Can't a man get any Peace? A production means construction, too. .Nao What, me worry? O - klahoma, where the wind . . . Alas. poor Yorick! Sh! Here comes Stew! ULU IEIHLUKUUUIELULUIL 'UIUEEDUCUIU IHJIEDUIBEIEE 4-SG' U X 68 ' I 5 :Vt M kxq 4 0 Z' 7 V' 5- cv., ' ,IV 'al 2 ' 'l .Jr - ,4 . W, 3. I . Back row: J. Clemo, S. Harris, 5. Cleavland, M. Hammell, Second row: M. C iccone, C , , , Church, T. Glaser, W. Braden, J. Steele, C. Marshall, K. Evans, D. Murasky. Front row Knit l. purl 2 - Or was If knlt 2, purl l? M. Brown, B. Denman' R' Jones 36 ff NO mviua 'A mst! Y Xl. - . Q...-'ir Io' Please, Mark, I won 't do it again! Get away. you beast! Tom. tuck your shirt in! , . , --......, IIUIEEI-U D D D Together at last. Carter's mission accomplished. X xv ' X Sl Histories biggest air disaster falls over San Diego. Goodbye probation, hello TV!! Want a drink? Turn 2l. DON'T r e OPEN FOR 3 YEARS GREASE is the word! Ali 's right reigns again! wb-WF Y A ' new W'R,o ., s M LKNQYGIXQVWQ' N WN" X' 'N W., ,,,W.- Mm'- A human emerges from a test tube! America 's Chinese connection. Bottle and can return invades Michigan. Rocky bows out!! vm Q. K gn 0 si . ,. Q- , ,,.- . n C ' 6 0 'I sl llli "2-jp! f d" M: ! i 'f 3 - 1f 6 C . a 3 , W . .Q V- N, ,K mg S' A ' L , w,f' ' N5 , . 1fW..,..v - .' VV ' W, z Q' Q Z. 1 ' ,5 .ww :T 'ES 'if 41.-1.5. Q . wifi' Q 'J Mick Jagger, Stones' UPDPK frlf KILI l3lQU'Ul2lFUfUUmDUl3lU'Uv WIHEUUULEEQ QUALI17' Of EDUCATIDN HANIES IN VOTEIQS' HANDS Possible millage cuts worry community. "You had to be a big shot didn't ya . . . " Senator Blutarsky's younger days at Delta House! .I nestown 's mass suicide stunned the world! G d y g d Y nkees to World's Championship. 1 , 5-"' 9? Ju 5 -wg... x N-.., f-- fv Siwif .- 1, - 'W ,J Y,'3,r'J' ' fx' J2'4'f" I I Q 4' i ,g 'BN R., . ,1-., -.- , ,, .M.v... Www gy!! B 'x ,v xx K. l. --f I 5 gsm- -.-vw w 2 ii: .' , i 5 ni, .Vin 3 fi ,gs . 5, -1 1 . A an -3 I I I I Q n ,fd I A 'J ls,..1'z .g 'J h '.M,.,Q'g uf , f w Fm - ,.,-h-- :L-A, 4, ku. - -ks-'t '51, - ,, - ..f. X 1 K Q ,S . f jiri A I :-gf.wx--- ' fkxk ax , A-3- Q 9 u -1 AN K ! lea - . fl, ,. . x ,f - I E 2 - J. , il 9 V ...rf f HJ A x . Q X R .K ., . s i ,,,......,.....- -Nf- J A 5 J L f. ,. YG- ' Q11 k H. k.:., D. If an ' - ' - 'X A Q ' 2' f f V -f . - ' 'N f ' X -Q - ' A 1? I , A fi K fa- 5 A ' VLA' Ex I x Q he my ":v.. ' V I 'flu me "Dr, Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band" 45" sv" I x I X IM S f 1 W Junior Float. "They're Dreaming of a White Christmas if ZEN, Sli: ff' J Sue spreads a little magic ,, fl . W' K? , ,a "lt's a bird. it's a plane. it's . . The seniors' "Gotcha" Float 15 Jr 1 S,-auf "Da ve would you please slow down" "Who are those masked men?" "Let 's hear it for foreign exchange students. " X 1 TY' 4 "Look at the Score Board!" 1' Q' 14 klr' hr. 'ff' any A , x s f-'ff ,E .XV vf n .',l ' b I -J A 5'- "Brian, my shoe 's caught" , ,f'-if M gs 5 I ',,, my M Q th , 21543 N 11 W P3 ,a ,AJ 5,4 XO. We 1 IEIUUUULUIE IUIHIFUIE Yock y Power "Cath, you're suppose to bump with your hip Homecoming King and Queen of l978 The Royal Family .f 5, Q 1.4 .Q. . i.-...- . . with a hollow handle for only l9. 7 cents. " '24 sprinkle a day . . 'UUE IEKUIL Ill? 'UIIUE UDUILIEJ W E-PJ" 5' Lintz gets it on. "l kind of like this job!" Picture perfect. R , if J Q ,vs K 4 "Gee, my first flower!" Spirit yell committee in debate. Randy, like the natural look? I think l see it. LOOK! l'm a bird. "Not now, man!" ,...... .....1l,- M.,.- M111 I won't bite my fingernail. U r!',V .iff fl ff ri, x I? IEIFEIE U SEE WU CUIEKUULU .11 Q. .iff is .riff ! Q . "Boy do I need a comb!" "Look at my pretty flower." - me Luxe -. , X A .U-sq' v . "I 'm so tired." "Hi there." "I can 't stand cameras." .., '. elf n . Q 1545+- Y . .,.,.f, V ,. v,a Aix mfvol The new John Travolta. so rf fl .nf- 'N , .X Q S -zu.-ff . , , , K1Y:f..: .V v-ypn-amy. , .,'J.iBi' PM Q. x f1isQFl,qg.,,,.6 , ,,R,,,ivi,f .M i K ,rwh ,wvx . 5 .4 , Y, N. are , m 1 ifJ3L12-'fi K js' J. fffi-ffm . - - Ni if , , , x g ' I x K A Q - v - W, it 1 ",-, X. x 'ii' 'mb5vaf- .--, . H "' X N . K' K. N i 4 VW' f Mr 1 6 -f , - f " 51-X' 1-.1 QL 'Q 'W 4, , I" Mw 1 .1aff'ffQx M , Q if . -Ni. A - 'v V.. K .313 as A 1 ' , .' A iff ., , , , sw ' ' Q , "R M SW 3? kk '- A A 6 'ix' f , - ., - J , ' f 'I X .kr ' ,I t Wk, - - ' - , gf. fm ' K K . ' V A, NR 5 4. A n .L , ka -- ' 1 'x ,:. . X V ,,, 1 'N i K k Q Nw , . A , i N +I! 3 i K 'N 3 3 ' 122' 1. I f f If :ri : ' 599' mi A EN N115 1 '- ' N T T V V .ik P A ,Mfrw va 'f ,1 y,y,,,,Q+ ' 'wk 5 , W V A A' - V t -E 21 F N - my: . -X xi Eigiqzgi Q. - N ' ' Sim' i i lm ' .,xQ' 01 pf - 'ks Q ww? A 5 ' V xl 1 ,- f f V I 1 not EUIBEIBEJQ? BIBLES ITU What's happening UNDER THE KIL T, Matt? This is B-O-R-I-N-GI" Mrs. Mastovich and her 6th hour yo-yo's! "Love those centerfolds. " .1 0""""'i,. f"'..-"-bp We can t print this! -r , guna 3 'fill rqstflb lailfllf ,I 'Z 'UIHCUIIULIEE IJJIBII3 IZUIE DUIEIQUIULUUISE S-.xxx Front row, L to Rf Dan K wit, Michele Clair, Kevin Blomquist. Second row: Lori Morency, Jeff Taylor, Diane Keener, Matt Marsom, Chris Temple, Kathy Schmehl, Debbie Jasinski. Third row: Kim Larsen, Cathy Cote, Beth Tomlinson, Karen Ozinga, Mark McQuaid, Cathy Gay, Mariesa Farese. Fourth row: Dave Fagan, Cathy Crossman, Mary Sullivan, Gail Rickabus, Doug Peters, Sue Beane, Twit Berube. E " xj ,QM Open your eyes, Michele! "l don 't feel so good." The morning after. M..-4 ,K , Matt, this isn't the time or place. N l I I I Photographers have all the fun! Z IQUIBIEIBIDQF EIJI35 ITU li3l3'l.V lilii 'IIIQU EU IQUQIUQEQ SC: w 1 k,. x V D A K- 'wg -an .1 .Q - A-'N Hey, I can't see where I 'm going! 1 We 're just a group of friendly people! I think they like us Jeff! i Front: C. Loney, C. Mazzara, K. Evans, M. Marsom, K. Barnes, C. Buss, D. Wenger, M. Brusstar, Middle: S. Debrowski, L. Laney Kazubinski. 5. Danek. J. Brown, R. Holzschu, A. Brown, M. Benson, M. Brown, K. Lenk, C. Rimarcik, G. Schroder, Back. P. Hagenbuch, J. Smardzewski, J. Pasivic, R. Shearer, K. Heberling, D. Burgess, C. Fox, D. Weng, T. Schmitt, 5. Ellingson. D.Kwit. J. Burke, D. Murasky. Mr. Gibson. 1 K J .ioiig-Q X WULUIQUIEIE 'UCUIBIE KUILIL UDUUIIU IDIEIECU , si Mr. Rosenburg gives his sales pitch! Competitors with their medals Back row - M. Rossio, D. Harbin, J. Moorfoot. J. Luca, J. Jenkins. Middle row - J, Sugg, J. Klepp, R. Green, S. Russo, S. Birley, L. Manzi. Front row - M. Wiegand, J, Kotchoun. '31, T "Honest, I didn 't take a bite. IQWIEVE ESUIHLULUIE IIULS IJLUIEKU LSIIUELVB IDI! CUIDEUDUB? KK "Trying to run the business Patty?" WHAT? NO BEER ?l "l'm sure glad I don 't have to eat this!" 9- "What's this in my soup?" 'UIIUIE SUE E EJIIHE Front row, L to R-J. Kotchun, B. Clemens, T. Hayes, S. O'Donnell, T. :VN Dillon. Back row-P. Cracknell, C. Lovett, L. Wolcott, K. Keller, pf' 2' L to "Do you need heh: adding it Chris?" 304 1 -15' Decisions. . . Decisions Y E i 1 ? . a I 3 'T'Q "I'm getting your candy! Don 't beat mel!" 'ITIIUIE IB I3 CULUIEJ IEIIU QF Q Q Q E IBIDEEW IEIHIBLUIEUIL Would you look at that . . . The Student Council: being punished Greg 's shootin off his mouth again! cm: L' f' 5 3 ...QM 'W ' ! Yuk, what is she eating ?l 3, . Vg ,f ', . Y bf, . yu, V 5 . ' 'F , - I . . . Lisa ZZZZZZ 's off . . . The Juniors like to stand aroundl 3 I ,.....,.. ii- IEUIBIDELU B WILCUIIU WEE 'HUG FLUFIUIEE UDIHIHILIB 5. rx '-ev List of Junior Rotarians. Not in order: Greg Buser, .lon-Piere Pazevic, Steve Ellingson, Shawn Smith, Ed Yoskovich, Dave Hagemeier, Dean Thompson, Andy Hulton, Mark Belanger, Jim Burke S A K -5 .1 ig 5 i 552 1 nk gi -v .. xi. , H? , ,Q 7 HZUW List of National Merit Semifinalists. Not in order: William Brown, Gregory Buser. Steven Ellingson, Steward Harris, Lori Laney Christopher Mazzara, Kevin Mounts, Mark Parker, Mark Tomboulian, .lohn Woudstra. Sheila Cameron, Mark Belanger. ISGJLUIE 'UEUIE IJLHIUUUEE EILIBUZJIW .XX xx. Did Chuck Mangione start this way? !7gq,YX E Si, 1 , 1' iqlll 4005- ,,r' " I . .t ,Q E3 4 Go blow your horn! Bang that drum. "Boy he 's cute .5444 ,W 5, I W g N Y ir' i ff - It s stuck! Look at the little drummer boys. s. 9 QW H5 .mm " :rs-4 ggi ! A-' Q. I JI ' - .: 3. Z' L -A wir' 1 fl The Pride of Rochester. 4 is " ,.-- -S "Give me an A . . . AAA!" Simon sez, "Hands on hips e 7 "l'm marching to Pretoria. . 'UIZUIZ EJIEUILIL 'UE DU fl swarms Q13 ULU .415 E Front: T. Schell, C. Buchholz, S. Dubats, Middle: J. Rodge, C. Gammicchia Hook what's comin' . . . Back: R. Pierson, T. Pierson. K. Hein, C. Varenhorst. Homecoming Pre-game Show A Gold Duster Grin ll '.u N N Come on, smile girls! We Te steppin' out in style W Q 4 . , , . X T X N - ' r . A 1 ' K i 1 ,, ff Xl , . .. , X K r h I ' . 'Y Hr ' I , V Q H. .-- ' 5 , 1 nip. If f Aman .xgy.?Yftgi'- K ,Q , A , , - Q1,.1'.yfx.Nr.a25sf:jL,g5w'Af-X sfivgiir- 21,3-'y 4' -3 1 AI X1 1 C-'Vai-U x':1Y!AEi'faiWI:Yi.-' ' 1 'V-:Ili S' ' ' 1 A-5, -'g'.T'15.54.'w:f'f'f'gw'.-J:-'.JNL ' ' X ' M- ,L . ",gg,x: W- .--. f.-vm p 1 Q x ,gif , 1- . .,.,, . ,, w':,.,-:fx-,fy-.f. 1 4 ,il 4 1 if r jf' ,fr V. M,f.r . mf 1- J 1- -ff, 1 QQ M ,: 2' w, '.' ar.. V lflfflig' Q L ? C12 ,-f:.,' 1: : -Pei? ,fm 'f A -' tm :j,,y+j4 I v , ,, E wh, 'r , . , W JN' 4' M? 'if' . .,.t 42 ff -Wil 5 L, W ,. , ,wi My 5: . , , I, v ,vu ' , -H 'fs' 'Xl '- . V V ,V ,:, .W--fy Y! Viff- jf! . ,- J, V , 1 , -'PT I 1. x 1,,,1. . y Vg. ,A . .4-,gn 9 ' 352,-"FY" . w '.",1Tff9fvQ'- QE: Chris Mazzara. Valedictorian Doris Klein. Co-Salutarorian Karen Barnes, Co-Salutatorian 4.4- i 444+ IEIZJEIBW IIUUIEIIU WCW EIB ILIBIEEIE Mitchell F. Aiello Mitzie Anderson Anjel D. Arnold William Arscott QE 9. .1- 1.13, ' iff 1' 131 15 A A I Mary A. Atkinson Lisa Baldwin Michael Balian Susan Barlow 'EI' 1 If 444+ 4.4- AAIMX Scott Barnaby Karen Barnes Suzanne Beane Theresa Bechard 4 N X X X Curtis Belaney Mark Belanger Ann Benson Gregory Benson If "3 Lynda Benson LU IME Q Q Q Judith Bishop David Bochenek Wendy Braden James Britt Robert Brooks if ,X .' 'ff X' ,AQQ ' . K 5- Q VV IE.-,.. v, .- x Q ,Q 1-'n . ' nc ' O Laurie Brown William Brown l.isa Brubaker Charles Brusstar Susan Birley Q Q Q LU ILCUEU Charles Boot .lim Bougatsos Alan Brown Annette Brown Jeffrey Brown A ir Cynthia Buchholz Gary Budry Michael Burch Daniel Burgess DUIBDUELITU IBS? IUIEDUELW Bradley Burke James Burke .lon Burkhart Thomas Burnes 'ay ffm rr" Cheryl Burr Sally Burr Gregory Buser Christa Buss '13 Judith But teweg Todd Cadieux A u A Sheila Cameron Joseph Canu What are you doing tonight, Steve? A-Q, xg bmw N ax it it Cynthia Carene Kevin Carr Mike Carty Give us a breakl Leisa Carvey Michelle Cary Christopher Chadburn Elizabeth Cheek Josephine Chirco ,ludith Cieslik .loan Claffey Michele Clair Allison Cole Deborah Coltman Barbara Comment Thomas Cooper Catherine Cote Edward Cote Paul Cracknell 40" Richard Crossley Scott Crowell Nicholas Cupaiullo Robert Co vins ,. . na X Carolyn Crabtree What a Manll Robert C upples Rebecca Crawford if vw' ' Cathy L Crossman V2- Susanne Dabrowski X X Susan Danek '!'Z'f"' Jeffrey Da vis Nancy Day William Dea ton Angela Debaene Doreen DeClereo Victoria Debrabant its Douglas Delaney the average Adams' student W'I."fT7' .loan Delehant y Eliazbeth Dettman I X 1' EEUUIJJI-il I.5I3'LV UU .aw Q.. Timothy Dillon Michael Dimartino i ' - , g,ww.1zL-11 'F Y "Wi, .ip Suzanne Ducharme James Dulkiewicz 1 ,7 A , , - . -9 :..'f X ..,,, k ,I .. x.. , '.-r , yy 'M gifs ' jxqg -,!.,,'A 62' Y. 9 f , ,. 5. 'J 4. f y V . I A -s A s J ,x fl? ' 4 SSE! il-Un! I 33' 5- - ,,-.- x x .+e..:1Q'7 wwf ff. ' jf 'Wolff' F' ..- k us- . "You expect me to believe that?" 2:?4241". Milf! p mf fm wwnmunfnu L ,m - h x , rx 'iw a v, ,- ' 5,2-, 1-:' ,,'51, any .. Y in ly Todd Donaldson of' 'Qui Q4 Gerald Dubats Jo on deadline day l. l Joseph Dwyer 'W A x .-M,-fc V. X Li if D- Stephen Edelen 'ls' F., .,,, Lynne Dykins Jennifer Edwards -an-ye - ya Gary Elliott ' , 1 Kellie E vans Mark Even E1 Sabine Engelhardt Martha Enright Theresa Evans H C7 Susan Eschrich T 1 2 X i steven Ellingson rm not mar kinkyii 'zzz'-V Elizabeth Fabian David Fagan Mariesa Farese Edward Farnam Guy Fenelli Adam Fifield Eve Fifield Terrie Finston . , rg William Fischer Natalie Fletcher Denise Flosky James Flynn Carolyn Fox Lynn Frazer What's a pickle stabber? i Darrell Freer Alan French Robin Friedli Sandra Gaden ag! W qqi,., ., at "3 gl L isa Gerber Joanne Galbraith Shane Gerke Hil Christina Gibney 5 YZ? Nancy Golding Annette Gigliotti Craig Goniwiecha Catherine Gay Arnim Gersdorff Detlef Gersdorff -, ., Craig Gilliland F"'x uf Kathy Gordon fx Susan Goetsch James Grant fi? w"'!"h Ray Green Cheri Gregory '-,'S.."P I 0 Da vid Hagemeier "FP J Mary Hallett tl N .x.. , My kk N ,-., - A. ..,,.,.....,......- -. ' E2 " dim, Renee Green ,.,,-lf... l Alayna Guindon "You know what you can do!" Peter Hagenbuch Jodi Haggberg Robin Haines X , Brian Halliday Mark Hammell Pamela Hannemann EELUIJIBIEE UDIBIEIQS EU IEE I3 IIJCUIZBIE UU EEF EIB Scott Harris Kristopher Heberling X t , Kathleen Hickey Stewart Harris L inda Hays fs-19" Thomas Hayes t S 5, Scott Heizer Paul working for some muscle Karrie Hietanen Sharrie Hietanen .lulie Higgins Tami Hill Terrance Hill What a classy couple! Elizabeth Holcomb Susan Holland Ronald Holzschu Raymond Hopkins Eric Hubbard Steven Hubbard 'JS' ,. a-A Andrew Hulten Raymond Ilkka Diane Hulverson Frederick Hunt Teresa Hunt "hu-suv Michael Isola Mitchel Jack Mark Jackson A BIEIUUIULUE LSI! IUIQUU ULU EUWIEIE S'l."'3? T' Mark S. Jackson Theodore Jacob Peter Jamrog had 9 Donald Jasinski Shawn Jefferson .Iames Jenkins by 1 , 'x 'Vim I ever going to have fun after the dancei!" u. A lm ' David Jankowich :l"'-av... ,fl ' gf?" 2 ' wg 4, , ,L-f K e vin Jenkins W, Z7 i 'fx , Ma. Q Beth Joachim fi Gregory Jones Y l Ron 's a unique character Rahrh Jones 'tiff Ruth Jones Harry .loswick .lulia Joyce R., . N. Armen Kabodian x I , K ,N i Q , ,s 15. ' ,'f'.'!- .1 fa S 1 , ,- ,+R :kin - 1 Robert Jones Elizabeth K ablak fi ys X Anthony Kapas The future U.5. President Peter Kareus Van Karos Tracy Kaszubinski K iane Keener Linda Kellogg Brian Kelly WCIIIV! Q. Christopher Kelly K e vin K ilbride A 15? 'D4ren't we cute?" Laura King Patti King Kavid Kinsella Doris Klein Linda Klemmer Richard Knappe EIEUUE BEWUEIEE D D D 'ad' Ah . K E vender Knust Lisa Knutson Paul Kobb Kathleen Koch 'haul .X t Joe Koger Kathleen Korte Theodore Kosik Jeffrey Kotchoun Just two friendly guys! at . fe-. M " Q5 -. 'M 74, , f t yfgfw M f V' K ' xlib. W :xg az., A l Richard Kovaleski Tatiana Kozak Thomas Krause Kurt Krebs 12 LVLHIUEYIS 'UID IEE IIEUIQUIIEYY Fmt? Peter Kresmery Fredric Kruger What a nice . . . 'Q ,ff ,.,-- lx' I , ' 1 .4 f ' " 1 Renee Krzeski Lynette Kubinski Leslie Kuczajda Kris Kuhn WE M . Kaniel K wit Philip La Fave '1'.T'1"'x ,J Qfrf- Wendy Lambert "Don 't bite me Davel!" Lori Laney 'ml' Karen Langford John Lawless Christina Leshley Lawrence L i vernois Diane Lanser Michael Larsen Richard Lemons Daniel Lenhard Don 't cut yourself Dave! Da vid Lawler Lois Leonard New fx! Ronald Lilly Maureen Llewellyn , X -wa iff , 45- 'dt ' '. Carol Loney 1 rg? More cheat sheets Jim? John Luca -Lv " 1'! . if fl yf Cynthia Lovett Timothy Lures A-4 fu? wg- Q'-57 Diane Lynas Kimberly Mabery Edward Macan Jr x:-'sr 54 "'-N , we ...- 1 - if 2 -" Kenneth Mahnick Jane Mancour Frank Mancuso Randal Maes Daniel Marshall Matthew Marsom Eric Mathieson Jeffrey Maurer F" L5- E, Anthony May "Its about timel" Christopher Mazzara Daniel McCaffrey 1 5 E X .J Kathryn McCurdy .lill McKee Susan McK ewan wrt? Tracy McGarry Kellie McGee David McGraw Michael McGregor William McHenry Karen Meyer Donald Miles . AA 1 fx fttttit Shawn Miskee Robert Monteleone fx . K i gl: f, A 12 'wil ' Michael McNamara Mark McOuaid Blinded by the light . . . V19 Jeffrey Moorfoot Michael Moran K e vin Mounts Jeanette Mueller x . -15 Stephen Muir Sarah Mullin EUIDEUWBV QLUUUUEUILE 'E lv I John Mulso Matthew Mulville Doreen Murasky Jeffrey Murray Da vid Myers Open wide Beth David Neal Thomas Nellis ,4 Elizabeth Nosewicz Paul Oberheu James Oberstandt Brian Murphy l Robert Nani T27 Kathryn Nicholas 2 kd Q Stephen O'Donnell Ruthanne Oleski Eat it, Hebl 5... v-' 5 I . I 1' lf-E '2"N'u x Rosemary Oniu Carter Overall 11" L John Parker Julie Parker Kevin Pattison Jon Pierre Pazevic Jeffrey Omans Q'-'nf Karen Ozinga Stephen Padilla QT" 'ff Mark Parker Joseph Patrico ' at Donald Peck Dwight Peltier N 'Ni On 12 if ll ff! - Q im 'gf wp Z' 6 Ai ,..., E V . X i X -Q A My 1 'lm Robert Pence Douglas Peters Linda Peters John Petersen wr . P X X N 7 sex, a, ix , I 4 William Peterson What are you all looking at? 'QTY Anthony Piche Denise Piche Joanna Piligian Nancy Pineau E i V Robert Pickering Timothy Piontkowski N Roxanne Pierson Suzanne Pitt Lynn Plopa Paul Ouintus is Xw ' R .C .gl 'df Kyle Raetz Christopher Rampson 'we-ey .lose Regueiro Marilys Reguiero wear? Kathy Rhoton Scott Richards Where'd my kite go? 'R Robert Randohvh Christopher Regan :ZA Da vid Renius Michael Rhodes WT? Crystal Richmond Gail Rickabus rl TT? tx William Riley Jeffrey Rimarcik Susan Roberts Julie Robertson Robert Rochow Lauriann Rodish Joyce Rodge James Ross fn: Mark Rossio Mike and Joe . . . work for two Kathryn Roxburgh Tanis Rozelle .Y ,K r xg, Sharon Sampson Michele Sa vino Randall Scherer 51 .subs E W, Ronald Rudnicki Susan Russo Cecilia Sabanos William Saville "l want to be loved by you . . Janet Saxon Thomas Scally Theresa Schell V .a.a.,. -N,-gmfg K, 1' . f-iifg .P 'fl -rw? Mark Schlunz Thomas Schmitt Pamela Schmitz . f ' , - I Charles Schneider Leslie Schneider "These X -rated slides are great." l Ip Loren Schneider Christine Schroeder Mark Shafer Douglas Sharp 'SEQ' ks Jeffrey Sharp .lay Shick Julie Shirey Heather Sickels "Thank God it 's Friday." YT? ,, as Jenny Siffring Stephen Simmons 'UIIUIE BIELUUIBIEEQ IIUKUIBID CW IUIBU3 John Smardzewski Karen Smith Shawn Smith Wendy Smith Carl Smitha Charmagne Sorenson --...s-I gg? N -.,Sk Donald Spencer 'EQ45 'M chemical namesl" John Spitsbergen Diane Stanis Jeffrey Stanko William Stanley .lohn Steele Linda Stevens Brad Stevenson Mark Stevenson Penni Stevenson David Stoner Patricia Stoops "Saturday Night Fever" at Adams High. Randall Sturner Jeff Sugg Danette Sullivan Mary Sullivan ff "Merry Christmas" Bryan Summers Kerry Summers 4? Judith Susskind Kathryn Sych Brian Tallman Jeffrey Tan Timothy Tapner Donald Taylor "l.et's go to McDonald Land. " Jeffrey Taylor Laura Tefend Marie Tessier Christopher Thomas Q57 Curt Thomas Dean Thompson Susan Thompson Paul Timmerman I47 R .1 Ruth Tipler Molly Todd lt's party timel 6' fl? Richard Toepler Mark Tomboulian Elizabeth Tomlinson Denise Toohey 'S' Which way do I go? JoAnn Torner Kathryn Trahan I . Peter Troll 13717 Lisa Twomey Michelle Ulrich Cindy Vahrenhorst 'UIQUE BUDEUIEDU '-.,,N-',,f' Steven Valentine Antonia VanderVelder Benjamin Vernia Denise Vetere GTS' Laurie Walker in x fn.-' ix, Q' J Lora Waller Brian Veillette James Vuko vich Da vid Wallin .VZ Q, . 3 x I X X X U-X "l'm a covergirl guy." John Wallin David Walsh Valerie Wanamaker Linda Wardzinski I49 "Ill take the BEER" had haf Jeffrey Weitschat Peri Welch Bradley Westervelt Amara Whitcher 'LL . ,.-r7'I ' Michelle Warnica Curtis Weatherly Da vid Watson Jeannette Weishaar S , . N-4 . Nr Wendi Werkman - K f -4. x Fifi? A Cynthia White ' Shawn Wery Laurie White X Patricia Williams Patricia Wines Bernard Wisner Linda Wolcott John Woudstra Okdong Yoo Okkyu Yoo Edward Yoskovich Gary Zdral Denise Zibell Kathleen Zink Suzanne Zukowski 'lzdf Ke vin Blomquist Katherine Hoyle . , . . l - I 4 1 w fiqx X ,M ..,,,v- P' V s. " If v f ,, ,E,,,,f: : xl.. I . ALIUGJUIULBE Il'JIUI.iiIQ3 lQUl3UlB U9 IDL? 'UID IlUI5 'UIUIJ Abela, Lawrence Addy, Dave Aguilar, Andy Andrews, Ronald Angersbach, .lon Balian, Gary Balis, Robin Bandelean, Sue Bartley, Karen Basso, Shawn Beach, Marcia Bedford, Karen Belanger, Ed Belevender, Craig Belloff, Stephen Benson, Sandy Bergstrom, Glen Biallas, John Bochenek. Steve Boghosian. Jim Bolger, Lisa Bonnville, Craig Borck, Katherine Borgne, Dennis S. Born, Lori BradFord, Larry Bregier, Mamy Brickhouse, Aubrey Bridges, Lorrie Briggs, Carrie ti , ' nl A W s,Y' - 0-I ' Qs Wake up Karen, its 4th hourl at 1' 3 ' Gig i x .54 1 'l 4, r-.v-J f , v Q x 'V 1 F1 it S Y ., bw 8 X 'Q w A W' VK we X-nv' 'yang f q i XJ 'tr if 'Eur Us ,J .1 Another love letter, Dave? Bronder, Diane Bronzo, Michael Brown, Coletta Brown, Mathilde Brown, Matt Brown, Rosemarie Brulez, Michele Brune, Donald Brusstar, Mary Buhl, Peter Burgess, Steve Burke, Timothy Byers, Stephen Cadieux, Scott Canzano, Roger Cappo, Karen Carr, Michael Carter, Kimberley Carterson, Regina Caste vens, Margot Castiglione, Annette Cavallero, Dawn Champine, .lan Chirco, .lacquelin Christenson, Steven Chu, Oann y Church, Christopher Cianciolo, Jill Ciccone, Melanie Cieslik, David Claffey, Mike Clark, Shiela Cleaveland, Scot Clemans, William Clever, David Clissold, Lisa Coad, Colleen Cobb, Matthew Collin, Gisele Collins, Earl Comment, Joseph Connolly, Kevin Cooper, Anne Cottrell, Amy Covins, Kenneth Cracknell, Lynn Craddock, Kelly Cram, Tracy Curtiss, Sherry Czechowski, Michael Daniels, Andy Daniels, Bob Davis, Angelina Dean, Daniel DeBolt, Micheal Deehr, Patricia Delauney, Monique Delehanty, Patrick Delida, Kevin DeMarco, Gwen Demerino, Cynthia De Voe, Lance ,- fi , ., , '-ff' 7' x I fav e ff, 15- ,. 1,2 I know how to playl xx Didawick, Damon Dickson, Steven Dover, Matthew Dubats, Sally Duby, Duck Dunnivan, Anna Durbin Clair Echout. Jeffrey Essenmacher, Joan Fabian. Therese Farrell, Amy Farrell, Laura Fedak, Kim Feeley, Brian Fender, Robert Ferrari, Lisa Field, Jenny Fifield. Dan Fina, .lohn Fisher, Bill Fisher, Kevin Fischer, Kurt Fiteny, Gary Fitzsimmons, Mark Folger, Brian Forsyth, Rick Fox, Linda Friebe, John Gallopoulos, Ann Gayner, Beverly Gendich. Mike Gibbard, Heidi Gibney. Beth Gingras, Joe Glaser, Tom Goniwiecha, Reid Googasian, Karen Grant, Tim Granthen, Gary Gravelle, Doug Graves, Kirk Grech, Dave Green, Cheryl Green, Terry Groomes, Steve Grube, Chris Grylicki, Mark Grylls, Sarah Haas. Debbie Hanson, Jackie Harbin, Don Hardwick. Jamie Hardy, Brett Harris, Dana Harrison, Paul Harrison, Phil d3IQ!JE'lff 'U IJLUI13 Q Q 1 fi Q You call HIM a Senior? fr Q Q Q LUES3 QPIEKULH IUIEWILIL IEE EJIELUUIBIEEQ ....f. 'Y' Q 'E X S A X QF' 4' r li You 're BUSTEDI va a X rn , A' .- nf ., - J f ,Any g . f la 6, 5 Harvey, Chris Harvey, Tim Haskell, Jeff Haug, Dawn Hauser, Celia Hazelwood, Tara Head, Terry Heberling, Ken Heck, Jeff Heldreth, Laura Hellebuyck, Bob Henderson, Scott Henry, Cathy Heter, Bonnie Higgins, Cindy Hilber, .loe Hilber, Pat Hildum, Da ve Holland, Dale Holzimmer, Julie Hopkins, Dave Hopkins, Vicki Hopp, Joanne Horan, Mary Horsman, Ann Houston, Paul Howard, Lorrie Howcroft, Mike Howell, Brian Howell, Charlene Howell, Charlene Howell, Craig Howes, Bill Howie, Bruce Huber, Kathy Hudalla, Jeffery Hunsanger, Dolores Hunt. Holly Hunter, Hanet Hurlbert, Kerrie Huyck, James Isola, Sharon Jackson, Rich Jackson, Sarah Jacobsen, Andrew Jahnke, Kelly Jasinski, Debra Johnson, Becky we Johnston, Jolayne Hones, Karen Jones, Scott Kamp, James it?"-v inf K anehl, Sandra K astner, Gale J , 3 ccac c Q 'b , 1 'K Katona, Michael P , t. it r' Keller, Tom H c ,Q i 4 fs ' - ,4" , M4 if ' ' W iii' we 'f i i H 4 .f . E! 1, Keyte, Suzanne 'P Kiefer, Irene h 41 1 'il ,L - 'I hs' aw. ny- . . . K. . M a Q, s K iefiuk, Timothy , AIIIIIQ Lx . Af,-wr You want to play football? K 51? "Let me tell you about my datel" N. x5 .Qui I 1 . 3 if R ,ab 6 '4 VZ A AW Ah V x g - , 1 I 1 M w . V. ua. .WI W It A 2 - L fs if L ,. L ff A 3 Q L - f' f la' " Q f 'f if if Ti .5 Q1 f 'Nw' ,c b ig. N . , R' Q. fm, fr l A K -, X X XR A ' L iii . ' " if ,fl 1 .5 . ma. , if ' 3, A .b 1 I at-' , NE ly' jr Q: A 1 4 'fa P' L 9 "We 're letting you out early. " King, Kevin King, Kevin K inville, Jackie Kirk, Jennifer Kittel. Louise Klausen. Mychelle Klees, John Klein. Ruth Kleopfer, Kathleen Klepp, Joseph Kleppert, Judith Knisely, Randall Knust, Susan Kobus, Jill Korte, Laura Korth, Robert Kotula, Kathryn Kowalski, Gary K rohn, Hinrich Kruckeberg, Martina Krull, Kathy Krusel, Kathryn Krzeski, Stephen Kuhr, Suzanne K wasny, Robert Lafferty, Anthony Lafferty, Da vid LaGrou, Dwayne Lanza, Andrew Larsen. Kimberly Laudon, Sharon Law, Brian Learmont, Caroline Lease, Mary Lehmann, Robin Lenk, Kathleen Lesausky, Deborah Lester, Henry Lewis, Betsey Liddle, Janet Lilly, Dorothy Lilly, Philip Linington, Susan Littman. Matthew Logson, Renee Lyons, Holly Lyzen, Richard Maas, Terry Mackin, Elaine Madson, Sheila Magaz, .luan Malkin, Louise Mancour, Carol Mancuso, Edwin Mandalari, Lori Manning, Gregory Manning, Maureen Manschesky, Scott Manschesky, Teresa Manzi, Lisa Marlette, Kelly Marshall, Claudia Marshall, Jon v fa- "N ixvs xA.', C. v, f V" -P , , ,W ll 4, ,gin J, Ax. , B ff ,. if .,,,.,z,f- , f x "Just getting comfortable!" , In ! 5 'Q JWLUUEYEB EUIQUIDW WU EU IEIDEFIEQ 1 4 ,T .tl ,us 'zz ,ss .sm 0 " 4 AE" wi' V9 t ll . Alai. I N 4Qi 4 A . ,,!.x . 'gk l t Q Eg i , Nt nl fl 4-'FW-is ' if ,hx lam I: 'Ri .. b e S was f ' , 3 f ' , . -1 5 . 1 V ., ,l if I .M , I v . f-Yi, ' N 1 ? X s. f i . if x N, . 1 iw Y is . ' We 5 we g Q, 1 M , ,Q E 1 1, .1 Distraction makes homework more fun. ,Q . fe' Marvin, Elizabeth Marvin, Francis Master, Christopher Masters, Keith Maurer, Andrea May, John McCaffrey, Mary McCollough, Evelyn MCC-Parry, Marilyn McHenry, Mary Ann Meils, Lisa Meirow, Michael Mercado, Matthew Meyer, Kristi Meyer, Laura Miles, Martha Miller, Janene Miller, Lauretta Miller, Stephen Mittra, Rita Monica, John Moore, Kevin Morello, Natalie Morency, Lori Morgan, Brian Morse, Christopher Moy, Howard Moyer, .lon Mroz, Karen Mulso, Arthur Murdoch, Meleah Murphy, Susan Nani, Dianne JIBGJUIUIHB IEIIUIEIEIQEIJLUIE EWU H113 SIEIEEUIE Newton, George Nofs, Ronald Nosewicz, Roseanne Nothhelfer, Tom Nutter, Terri Obear, Jeffery Odowed, John Olsen, George Omans, Thomas Oniu. Dianne Otto. Barry Page, Mark Parrot, Martin Pennington, Carl Persells, Lori Peters, Keith Peterson. Mark Pfister, Lisa Phillips, Gwen Pierror, Lawrence Pierson, Tracy Pilibosian, Gary Piligian. Ellen Plopa, Robin Potere, Monica Polin, Donna Powell, Thomas Propson. Scott Propst, Michael Prudhomme, Debra :lv ff vs T t, 3, id , 'ff 1 Q Q W R'i5x,A1 4.4 .Q lf. Q C9 I K: k'..,A 3 '. 3 w ' ,W , ,I q H 'A in o A 1 f 'jg' A ff? - 1 , . 9' af? 'Q 3... Puchalla, Renee Raglin, David Rampson, Nancy Rauchendorfer, Karl Rawling, Terease Raymond, Lisa Reidinger, Pamela Reinhardt, Rhonda Rende, Christopher Repphun, Gwenlyn Richardson, Cryn Rickabus, Ted Riddell, Lynn Ridley, John Rimarcik, Cynthia Ringl, Rebeca Rizzo, Cynthia Roberts, Leanna Robinson, Ann Robinson, Bart Rodge, Nancy Rogers, Robert Rogers, Teresa Rosinski, Karen Rossio, Ronald Rourke, Timothy Russ. Peggy Russel, Edward Russell, James Russo, Charles Sallee, Rhonda Santel, Julie Scarpelli, James Schmel, Kathleen Schaehzle, Fred Schmidt, Lori Schmitz, Cathy Schroeder, David Schroder, Gwyn LUIIJGJUIJJLUE CUI-UE IJEIEIUUUUEUIE Q Q Q Serota, K ern Shabal, Patrick Shafer, Julie Sheach, Pamela Shepard, Jill Shick, Yvonne Shin, David Short, Robert Shrock, Paul Shuert, Kathleen Silverman, Noreen Simmons, Jennifer Skiff, David Smith, Jackie Smith, Lynn Smith, Ronald Snow, Rita Sobosky. Lisa Sokoloski, David Solverson, Donald Sottile, Sam Sourbier, Jeffrey Sowter, Steven Spitsbergen, Claire Steinwart, Todd Stempowski, Karen Stevens, Michael Stevenson, Lawrence Stewart, Holly Stewart, James E! H., , will D D U J S y ff' Ng- Ar 1,5 ,W J 'Q - ' ' ' X H X X' x t . 'ff . X fx . s J - f' R Q ff n . Q- , f v ,S '--' mfg I 1 5, 'Z' ,f gf' .- P' ' , 1 P A Fafe sfif X' 1 Q. fre- -. -1, . Ik., A K k if ,Q , Y 1 .43 K . K 5 C 4 5, -. .Q i "Here, you take it, I don't want it!" FF' , ' - 1lhm.2,jfx, 'kj L '57 ' 2 'S . -1' N 'K' it 3 , , .f ANI' .' I H b of A 9 , si' 5, ..- xn , s it ', xx ,s ,nf 1 ', E' ' ' Fil? Em " emit' 3 1 wa Y -'Q X RS? li , 9' kikv . V an :X ' -, ,iqirigg ig' t x Q gi f .Q N Trp ,QW , ' """' is, Q , ' Q, .51 J'-kv Q ' ' ,' '.,- .L , ' 2:-iff' i n S- 213,59 fiigvii ' A' 1 ,T :rg , 1, QE 'E 'ff , ":., - A33313 1 .:.1g,, ,- e ,,,,,, Q' I X , 1 . X av V S . Q, r 1 X , J A , ,, WG? Z", ', nf' ,Lim ,L f 1 U .' 53 .iv if S .ig mu v 1- nl . 'ti F? f N X f . .4 .-' - ga if of , if as li, , 1. n 5 'UYUIE UDIBIEILIDVE Ldldll 'LVEIS IU CHILE EE fL 1 4 Lim s ,.. sms-wt He s asleep on his feetl" ::. 4, , 1 f 5 Stine, Mark Stolaruk, Ann Marie Storm, Steven Stowell, Tracy Strelchuk, Paul Strong, Thomas Stubenvoll, Lori Stuner, Robert Summers, Suzanne Susewitt, Kevin Sutherland, David Sutherland, Elizabeth Swain, James Tapner, Susan Ta ylor, Chris Taylor, Debra Taylor, James Temple, Chris Tessmer, James Thompson, Angela Thompson, Richard Tierney, Thomas Tischler, Janie Tompor, Loren Torrens, Debra Tranzow, Sue Trombka. Jerald Trublowski, Karen Tucker, Karen Tykoski. Victor Ulrich, Shelli Valentine, Sandy VanderVeeken, Kerri Vandewater, Mark VanSteeIandt. Sue Vella, Frank Viviano, Mary Vlaich, Jacquelin Wagner, Robert Walch, Micheal Waldorf, Lynn Walker. David Walston, Michael Wardzinski, Stephanie Warstler, Mary Waters, K indara Weber, Marion Weekle y, Marietta Wegman, Karen Weng, Da vid Wenger, Denise 5. 4 ew, -ii Q f ,531 4 'Ze W XF f A Miss Gibson asleep on the iob. uf is 'U' 1 525' kits , I, 5 4 .b 5 Q 3 f J Q 'J 2' fs M 3 ' r 9 Y ,' 'ax 'A K 'NQAQV' 1, ' , l s -3.,nXN'W z ,R ' , 5 , , he 9' Q. K "l told you not to call me here." 'X ,fifm XL 59' , 1 2, -M Q4 5 FW it Q T 'L i i Whitsitt, Jeffrey Whittlesey. Cheryl Wiegand, Micheal Wiest, Greg Williams, Nicholas Wilson, Bob Wood, Stephen Woudstra, Thomas Yahrling, Jane Yeszin, Kevin Youness, Gary Zamka, George Zandi, Veronica Zellmer, Karen Zobl, Susan Balis, Robin Gara, Jennifer Grech, David Hickey, Daniel Hill, Micheal Holcomb, Ira Larsen, Kimberly Law, Brian Rowe, Kasey Tompor, Loren ,f E9 X. 0' QUVQS, 1 'Effi- v' X x . . A I rkqin' kg , 1 X. . , l ., P '. f. . .5 L , x i Y' . 1 QL, , -in S Q: , , XX f' ,I ...-.... A ,, X i X ..,1'M 3 2 E L "'-N.. 1. 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Edward Dennin, Tammy Devereux, Kevin DeVoe, Nancy Diebold, Janice Dinardo, Deborah 'WEB UE 'UUJI3 IEUWEQ .Atl ffxl , :Q 6 F jx? , ' at .fo x-LXs""' We , in-7 Couldn't we get a Cadillac? - L if 1 . 3 ., li Dixon, Kay Dodson, Lisa Dreim, Ellen Drummond, Kimberly DuCharme, Carol Dulin, Roy Dulkiewicz, Susan Dupack, Laura Eckfeld, Karen Edwards, Diane Eller, Lynda Ely, Lovan England, Thomas Enright, Laura Eubanks, John Evans, Lisa Even, Bernadett Fagan, William Farese, Philip Farlin, Lisa Ferguson, Todd Ferry, Grayce Ferry. John Fette, Dawn Fish. Matthew Flater, Montrey Fleming. Jeffrey Folger, Ronald Fognini, Joanne Foisy, Vincent Forbush, Brett Formolo, Kevin Fox, David Freeland, Kenneth Freeland, Steven Freeman, Mary Freyder, Suzanne Furlong, Michael Galbraith, April Gentry, Elizabeth Gerada, Thomas Gerber, Mary Jo Gingras, Theresa Goran, Lynette Gordon, Kerry Goudy, Ga yl Graham, Laura Grant, Brian Green, Kimberly Green, Patti Grossert, Katharina Grylicki, Mary Guindon, Kelly Guzanek, Robert Guzdial, Ann Haas, Sandra Haener, Kelli Hale, Julie Hammond, Tonjua Hannemann, Heather Hanson, Susan Harlow, Charles Harrison, Steven 1 3005: Q, ,, K GLUE IHIQU EIUI3 4r""Y , - Q .... Ap, - , , in ,K if-if , ll any Can I put my arm down now? XW' si, A 2 2 Hayes. William Hazelwood, Maura Hein, Carolyn Hellebuyck, Paul Henao, Christina Hendrikson, Stacey Hering, David Heuerman, Karl Hickey, Beatrice Hickey, Colleen Hilber, Katherine Hill, Amy Hill, Jim Hill, Larry Hill, Michael Hodson, .lay Hola ves, Mark Holland, Corey Hopaluk, John Hopkins, Susan Horan, Lucy Hard, Sheryl Howard. Susan Howell, Matthew EIJUQ LVIEVLVIELUVE ILIJLUEIL lfUl3fUlii'UE ljlllllij I3 ID Huber, Michael Hulber, David Hull, Robert Hund, Diane Hunsanger, Dean Huss, Victoria Huyck, Mary lamarino, Gina Jackson, Deborah Jackson, Lynne Jaco, Shannon Jacob, Amy Jenkins, Beth Jenkins, Mary Jerome, Pamela Johnson, Richard Johnston, Douglas Jones, Jeffrey Jones, Thomas Jordan, Michael Kageff, Thomas K arbo wski, Katherine K aros, K eeli Kazubinski, Kenneth Kavulick, Patricia Kelly, Geraldine Kelly. Kathleen Kenny, Colleen King, Kenneth K ing, Stephen If! 9, L . ,X 3 1-,'3..,f X Can we stop faking it now? 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Robert Kotula, Christine Kowalski, Terry Kreager, Alan Kuczajda, Lois Ann Kuelski, Jeannine Kuhr, Pamela Kurmas, James LaGrou, Mark Lamphier, Gary Laney, Lisa Lawless, Michael Lawless, Robert LaZar, Darryn Lazich, Patricia Learmont, Cathleen Lease, Robert Ledgerwood, Thomas Ledtke, Frederick Lemke, Carol Lesher, William Lewis, L isa Lewsley, Robert Lickert, Catherine Lilly, Stephanie Lindsay, Patricia Lindsay, Robin Loney, Diane Loscher, Daniel Lund, Diane L ybecker, Kevin Macan, Eric Madson, Linda Madson, Shelly Majer, Donna Mancuso, Alice Manning, James Manschesky, Lea Marlinga, Brandy Marshall, Paul Martin, Brian Martin, Laura Masters, Donald McCalden, John McC-Parry, Maura McC-Fran, Terence Mclntyre, Constance Mclew, Laura Mclaughlin, Patricia Meinhardt, Karen Mercado, Alice Mester, Steven nfs X X . x L 3 1 sr Q Q 2, X .5 , A .. 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Barnes. Karen "There'll be sleeping enough in the grave". activities: ski team. marching band. N.H.S., pianist for musicals. Beane. Suzanne "l hope that I make as many good friends in the future as I have made here at Adams." activities: Business editor of yearbook. Cllthj. newspaper staff. fllth and llthj. play productions fllthj. bowling club CIOJ. marathon llth and I2thJ. Belaney, Curtis "White collared conservative flashing down the street pointing their plastic finger at me. They're hoping soon my kind will drop and die. but l'm gonna wave my freak flag HIGH. HIGH. HIGH. Benson. Ann "Today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness". Benson, Lynda "Never stop learning and never stop growing- that's the key to a rich and fascinating life". activities: Adams drill team CIOth and Ilthj. Benson. Molly "Live for today-lt will be great!" activities: N.H.S.. Thespian society. B.G. bowl. wrestling mat club. senior float. Bishop. Judith "Live without thinking about living . . . believe without seeking proof - feel a sense of kinship with every living thing." activities: musical, N.H.S.. student council fvice president of senior classj. B.G. bowl. Blomquist. Kevin "To Chip and Ed: "Thank you for being a friend." activities: Head staff photographer for the yearbook. filthy Brown, Alan "Remember "sticks" says not to forget your takadimi's" activities: Symphony band. tennis team. soccer. wind ensemble. marching band. concert band. Brown. Annette "Ya know what I mean?" activities: Varsity Tennis. N.H.S. Brown. Jeffrey "AIways live life to its fullest." activities: Basketball Manager IO-Il. Track IO. Physical Fitness N.H.S. Il-lJth Brown. Laurie "l want to stick around till I can't see straight!" Good Luck everybody! And remember Lisa TGTOMB-SDGH. Brown. William "Nothing is certain. Hens will crow and cocks will lay. You are here and l am there. or maybe not. Nothing. nothing is certain. Around and around the little ball goes. and where it stops nobody knows. Chaos is king and magic is loose in the world." activities: Cross Country Ski Club. Brubaker. Lisa "I go to parties sometimes until 4. lt's hard to leave when you can't find the door." SDGH Good Luck Brown and Terrie. activities: Drill Team IO-llth. Lieutenant llth. Brusstar. Charles "L'homme c'est rien-l'oeuvre c'est tout." activities: Varsity Tennis lOl2th. Buchholz. Cynthia "Education is like the yellow brick road. after the I3 year hike. yer in the land of oz. so weep. ruuh. and go for itl activities: Gold Dusters, Adams Lassies. Adams Angels fmat clubl Budry. Gary "Like a guest who's stayed too long. now it's finally time to leave." activities: Science Club l2th Burke. Bradley "lf a man does not keep pace with his companion. perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the beat in which he hears however measured or faraway. choir. theatre arts. youth theatre. activities: Manager Football. Summer Music Theatre 76-77. Devoted football fan. Burke. Brian "Dreams never die. Just the dreamer." Burke. James "Yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is only a vision . . . but today well-lived. makes yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. activities: Track Team IO-llth. N.H.S. IO-I2th. Marine Corp Fitness Team II.I2th. Student Council Treasurer llth. Under the Kilt ll.l2th. Jazz Band lO,llth. Burr. Cheryl "Don't let the past remind us of what we are. not now. Crosby, Stills. Nash S Young." Hey Peggy ettttttl Buser. Gregory "The wise man learns by the tribulation of the fool." activities: President of Senior Class. Buss. Christa "He has achieved success who has lived well. laughed often, and loved much." activities: Marching Band IO-I2th, N.H.S. llth. Thespian. Band Council llth. Solo and Ensemble Festival IO-llth. Campbell. Peggy "For long you live and high you fly, and smiles you give. and tears you cry - - lt's all your life will ever be - - Cheryl: 4 wheels. stoney. slow down by the seaside. "E-t-t-t-t-t-t Carvey. Leisa "I'Il miss ya Adams all the fun friends. games and dances. but I'm sure glad I'm getting out! "79 is mighty fine"!l Cp.s. shapely Schell always keep in touch friendly activities: Swim team Adams Lassies IO-llth. Track. B.G. Bowl. Concert Choir. Musical. Cary, Michelle "Boy. we were dumb . . .ldon't believe we did thatl" activities: B.G. Bowl ll-llth. Newspaper lOl2th. JV and Varsity Baseball Statistician. Chirco. Josephine "lf you want to live to ve Iw"Fatti" l cazzi! ffor transportation consult your nearest ltalianj activities: managing editor and Ad. manager of under the kilt. Clair. Michele "Life is a mystery to be lived. not a problem to be solved." activities: girls basketball IO. B.G. bowl ll-ll. co-editor of yearbook Cote. Catherine "For the fearsome fivesome only the good die young. Thanx for all the good times. K.T.. K.C.. Sharon. Tot. Karen. Diane and all the others." activities: yearbook II. parties IO-I2 Cracknell. Paul "l will always love you Karen. take care next year. The marines will be lonely without you." activities: wrestling ll-IJ. Varsity football ll-I2. baseball trainer. P.W. I2 Crossman. Cathy . .sooner or later l'm going to figure out that there's nothing to worry about. and that there's plenty to be thankful for . . ." activities: J.V. basketball, J.V. volleyball. Varsity cheerleader. co-editor of the yearbook. B.G. bowl I2. Olympic fP.P.P.'erl Danek. Susan "Too many possibilities. too little time." activities: J.V. and Varsity basketball. N.H.S. secretary. co-op club. boys basketball statistician ll-II. B.G. bowl Debaene. Angela "Thanks for the times you have given me. the memories are all in my mind. And now that we've come to the end of the rainbow . . activities: J.V. basketball IO-ll. Varsity track IO. Under The Kilt IO-ll. concert choir. pep club. B.G. bowl ll-I2 . student council representative IO DeClercq. Doreen "Today is the tomorrow you looked forward to yesterday." ' Dettman. Elizabeth "The main thing in life is not to be afraid to be human." Pablo Casals activities: N.H.S. IOD. German club IO-I2 fsecretary and Presidentj. symphony band and wind ensemble Dillon. Timothy "High school is the best time of your life. make the best of it." activities: Varsity football Il-I2. Varsity basketball Il-II, Varsity baseball ll-II, newspaper Il-I2. Amble Inn Dolecki, Donna "At Adams, play it safe and to be safe. don't get caught. But if you get caught there's always the great gig in the sky." activities: school store II. co-op ll-IJ. Deca Ducharme. Suzanne "Never trust a man whose horn isn't straight" and "Thank you Mom and Dad for your love and support." activities: marching band IO-I2. solo and ensemble IOII. honors band IOII. N.H.S. ll-I2 Edwards. Jennifer "Keep climbing till your dreams come true." activities: drama IOII. Forensics IOII Ellingson. Steven "To fully enjoy school. one must party and study. and those who can do them both will have got it made." activities: tennis IO. basketball stat ll. student council representative IOII. student council pres. ll. camp counselor Il-I2, concert choir I2 Evans. Kellie "Two roads diverged in a wood and I, I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference." Robert Frost activities: choir. marching band. Thespian Society. French club. wind ensemble. literary club. musicals. jazz band. Charlie's Devils! Fagan, David "I believe it's time for me to fIyl" activities: J.V. football. Varsity wrestling IO-ll. yearbook staff Farese. Mariesa "My years at Adams have come to an end and now college begins. But where l'd rather be is by his side. I guess that will be in l985." activities: worked on plays IO. yearbook staff Il-II. 3rd hour delegate Finston. Terrie "But now that it's over-Remember the future is yours. See ya at Steve Bru and Buc take care of "The Zip." activities: Varsity diving IO-ll. lassie Il-I2 Fletcher. Natalie "Stakes are high and so am l it's in the air tonight. it's a free for all. Pretty Bah-Foe!!! See ya Adams." activities: swim team IO Fox. Carolyn "Just look for me on the cover of Time! l wonder if they'll still be calling me "Cowy" by then?!" activities: class secretary IO. girls ski team IOIJ. cheerleader lO.I2. Under The Kilt Il-IJ. B.G. bowl ll-IJ. N.H.S. IO-IJ. The Unsinkable Molly Brown fcrew Ill. crew ll-I2. Munch's pal IOI2. space cowgirl forever Frazer. Lynn "They are free who do not fear to go to the end of their thought." activities: choir. "MoIIy Brown" Freer. Darrell "What can I say. I'm unreal!" activities: basketball IO-ll. baseball IOII. French club. B.G. bowl coach ll-I2 Friedli. Robin :. "Nothing is sweeter than having a friend to talk and share with." activities: German club IOIJ. marching band I2 Gay. Catherine H .. "To Beaner. Crossman and Cindy White: Thanks a lotll" activities: basketball l0,Il, softball ll. cheerleading lO.I2. yearbook I2. B.G. bowl I2 C231 Gerber, Lisa "To my friends: Try to hear what I'm not saying for what I say is so little or of what is really me." activities: cheerleading IO-Il, Varsity chorale IO, concert choir II. student council I2. Rep. to school board I2. Honor Society ll-I2 Gigliotti. Annette "Thanks Jill for being so understanding about the folks. Michelle you're the best partier. Ruthanne. my buddy. I'm gonna need ya at WMU." activities: basketball IO-II. B.G. bowl II-I2. softball IOI2 Gilliland, Craig "l've gotten a lot out of school in the last I2 years. but l've received alot more from Jesus Christ in the last three." activities: wrestling, swimming, malibu club. Canada. Gordon, Kathy "We brought nothing into the world and it is certain we can carry nothing out." activities: basketball IO-I2. co-op ll Grimes. Gary "l leave with mixed feelings, glad to leave school, sorry to leave friends." The Mad Hobbit. Alias Gary Grimes. activities: soccer club Hagemeier. David "All good things must come to an end . . .How come it took so long?" activities: physics club ll-I2. International Thespian Society IOI2. debate I2. three chickatees Hagenbuch, Peter "Aufwiedersehen meine liebe schule." activities: German club, International Thespian Society. N.H.S. Harris, Stewart "Julie Robertson and Lisa Twomey are the prettiest girls in the worIdI" activities: Thespian Society. German club, N.H.S.. musicals, concert choir, J.V. football Heberling. Kristorpher "Don't put off tomorrow what you can do today." activities: football IO. wrestling IO-I2. N.H.S.. steering committee Il-I2 Holland, Susan "I'm only here for the beer." Hulverson. Diane "l can't find my keyslll Does anybody have a hanger?ll" activities: newspaper IO-I2. J.V. and Varsity baseball statistician Jackson. Mark "Hello Willie, your going to get a bald and fat one. Mine is going to be beautiful." activities: football Il:I2, baseball IO-I2 Jackson. Mark "I can't give it away on 7th avenue." activities: tennis IO-I2. soccer IOI2. intramural basketball IO-I2. R.P. pep club Joachim. Beth "Oh, end this day. Set me in motion. l've got to be on my way." activities: B.G. bowl II-I2. Varsity cheerleading II-I2 and school paper Il-I2 Jones, Gregory "Remember Rochester Adams Jazz, you need to count always but you can't count without your takadimi's." activities: wind ensemble IOI2. symphony band, spanish club. solo ensemble. R.A. Jazz IOI2. jazz ensemble, pep band. marching band. pit or orchestra. band festivals Jones, Robert "What is a senior? A senior is: To be led by the nose as asses are. Wm. Shakespeare. P.S. Boyle what the hell was Expos?" activities: Thespian Society IO-I2. "Mightier Than Th Sword" IO, concert choir ll-I2. Jazz band IO-I2 ,loc-wick. Harry "R.A. Jazz put out three years of the best audiophysiopsychic music or in other words. Jazz that Adams ever heard. Remember your ta- kadimi's." activities: R.A. Jazz IO-I2. Adams Jazz IO-I2. marching band IO-I2. symphony band. wind ensemble. pep band. Kabodian, Armen "Who ordered this roast beef?" activities: student council I2. Thespians. coneheads. bottle band Kaszubinski, Tracy "Wilderness survival is the real thing. Thanks Mr. Flissl Be rowdy and spastic-it makes life more fun!" Spaz Kaz Keener, Diane "Moving to Adams in my senior year wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. The kids here are really great!" activities: track IO-II, plays IO. student council representative IO King. Laura "Hey Tone. M E: M all the way!! Hey C. you haven't gotten rid of me yet. but should get rid of that car!I" activities: basketball IO, volleyball IO-I2, track IOI2, B.G. bowl II-I2 King, Patti "Friend, keep our friendship for its contribu- tions to my life is immeasurable: allow me to dream so I may grow, and save me my future so I may make my dreams life." activities: softball IO-I2. soccer, B.G. bowl, drama crew Kinsella. David "Let the good times roll." activities: ski club IOII, J.V. tennis IO. intramural basketball ll-I2. baseball manager Klein. Doris "If at first you don't succeed your running about average." activities: softball IO, track II, B.G. bowl I2 Klemmer, Linda "HalIelujahllI" Kozak. Tatiana "Only the good die young." Love is not in our choice, but in our fate." activities: track manager IO. Jr. and Senior B.G. bowl Krebs, Kurt "The squonk is of a very retiring disposition and due to its ugliness weeps constantly." activities: I-6 hours Krzeski. Renee "I'm glade eye kame too thiss skool? and learnt soe much. . . . Ain't no hair off my chest . . activities: German club. concert shoir, Evelyn Wood head sped wreding coruse Kubinski, Lynette "The hardest thing to learn in life is which bridge to cross and which to burn." activities: N.H.S., science club Kuczaida. Leslie "Getting to know yourself is the definition of change. fHugh Pratherb . . . standing around the trash can." activities: concert choir, show choir. Iassies - Adams Angels - Charlie's Devils. 78 8 79 musicals Kwit. Daniel "Don't go changing to try and please me . . activities: football IOI2. yearbook I2. B.G. bowl cheerleader, N.H.S. Laney, Lori "As you believe, so shall it be fif you're luckyJ." activities: marching band IOI2. chess club IOII. N.H.S. I2 Lanza, Matthew "To Pam: Thanks for introducing me to Gwen she's the greatest. To my sister: Good Luck." you're going to need it." activities: J.V. football, track IO. Varsity football. wrestling Il-I2 Lenhard, Daniel "Through thick and thin I stayed in despite of my doubts I got out." Leshley. Christina "Anything that takes time is worth the time it takes." activities: Diving IO, Varsity softball IOII, concert choir Mabery. Kimberly "Delightful things are all around just waiting to be found." activities: Track IO Mahnick, Kenneth activities: J.V. football IO, Varsity football Il. Wrestling I2, 3rd hour delegate Marsom, Matthew "Life is too short to be taken seriously." activities: Newspaper II-I2, yearbook I2. J.V. and Varsity basketball tnanager IOII. Track IO, N.H.S. IO-I2. Basketball announcer ll-I2. intramural basketball. Maurer, Jeffrey "We must preserve our precious bodily fluids." Mazzara, Cristopher "The road to hell is paved with good intentions." activities: Cross country IO. German club IO, N.H.S. and steering committee Il-I2 McCurdy. Kathryn "Sometimes the perfect gift to give someone is a smile. Good luck to all the up and coming seniors - you're gonna need it!" Bye Adams. activities: volleyball IO-I2. drill team. B.G. bowl II McGarry. Tracy "Do not follow where the path leads. Rather-go where there is no path and leave a trail." activities: Swim team IOII McOuaid, Mark "We are catching up Eric and George so you better get better. activities: Football IOII. Baseball II. Conservation and Wilderness trip. yearbook I2 Miles. Donald "I have nothing to say." activities: band, band. band etc . . . Miskee, Shawn "Throughout all my years of school. undoubta- bly high school was the best!" activities: Student council I2 Mounts, Kevin "l think I am. therefore I am il thinkJ." activities: Physics club. computer club, chess club. wargaming club Mullin, Sarah "Sometimes I can laugh and cry. and I can't remember why, but I still love those good times gone by." James Taylor activities: plays. "Los Vend idos." Spanish club Murasky, Doreen "You damn fool!" activities: student council. soccer. N.H.S.. international Thespian society. varsity softball. german club Nani, Robert "The A.B.C.'s of my life. . .A. Always be cool S calm b. stay wise c. do whatever you do with Iogic!" activities: cross country. swimming and diving. track. spanish club. table tennis club Oberstadt. James "Ye fools. what profiteth a man if he gains the whole world and loses his own soul. He who has ears. let him hear." Oleski, Ruthanne "Hey Annette-buns up! Look out WMU here come two crazy roommates!" activities: ski team IOII. B.G. bowl ll-I2 Ozinga. Karen "Heaps of thanks to the west gang and my "only the good die young." Buddies take care! To Kel-" . . . cause it never looked so good! . . activities: Girls basketball manager IO. German club IO. B.G. bowl II-I2. yearbook I2, Band IO-I2 Patrico. Joseph "To all the upcoming sophomores. juniors and seniors enioy school while you can, because before you realize it . . . it's all over." activities: football I2. marine phitness II-I2. track II-I2. B.G. bowl coach I2. wrestling I2 Pazevic. Jonpierre "What can I say Jackson the guns die hard." activities: soccer club IO-I2. N.H.S. IOI2, French club IOI2. chess club IOI2. rocket club IO-II. B.G. bowl cheerleader I2 Peck. Donald "Week days were made for Michelobll signed: DRUNK" Pedrotty. Deborah "I spent two great years at Adams. l'm really going to miss it. Good luck J. J.. Grover, Renee and all my other Junior friends." activities: basketball. I0-ll, volleyball IOII. softball manager Peters, Douglas "Hail to the devils! May they and our large group. be passed down generation to generation. Yours. Bosley. It's CharIie's devils, 3 chic fathers." activities: cross country. track. german club Peters. Linda "We're a little bit older and a lot less bolder then we used to be, but still everybody must get stoned," activities: concert band, art sale Pierson. Roxane "AIways look ahead never behind because the past may not always be good." activities: gold dusters IO-I2 Pineau. Nancy "You've got to wake up every morning with a smile on your face." Piontkowski. Timothy "I'm glad I had this experience. Remember in life. when in doubt "Go for itl" activities: concert band. physics club. set carpenter for "Anne of a Thousand Days." Randolph. Robert "May my harem live on-"All for us. and us for all." activities: cross country. track, concert choir, three chic fathers Regueiro, Marilys "Make new friends. but keep the old: those are silver, these are gold. new-made friendships. like new wine, age will mellow and refine." Joseph Parry. activities: mixed chorus, pep club. concert choir. swing chorus, honor club, international club. iunior and sophomore sexiest, cheerleading Rhoton, Kathy "To my little one's: I wuv youl QBri, silvery" activities: Varsity tennis team, varsity ski team IO, school newspaper I2 Richards, Scott "Never wait or hesitate. get in kid before it's too late. you may never get another chance." activities: marching band IO-II. Jazz band IO-I2. Parking lot B. Rickabus. Gail "To all my friends, I wish you the best of luck in the future. Keep in touch. l'll always love ya and will always cherish the memories of our group, I know I will and stay sweet." activities: drill team IOI2. concert choir I2. musical I2. yearbook I2 Rimarcik. Jeffrey "Go for the gusto in whatever you do and if not go for the beerllI" activities: intramural basketball. soccer and Spanish club. Rodge. Joyce "Such is life." activities: drill team II-I2. concert choir I2. concert band IOII. school musical Rozelle, Tanis . . you often learn more by being wrong for the right reasons, than youldo by being right for the wrong reasons." The Phantom Tollbooth. Sampson. Sharon "You can complain because Roses have thorns. or you can be grateful because thorn bushes have roses. Only the good die youngl" activities: junior and senior B.G. bowl Saxon, Janet "I can dig it, I knew that you could. I know that you can." ' activities: german club. J.V. volleyball Schell. Theresa "Keep on reaching for the stars. To curvy Carvy: Thanx for being you and always be my friend. activities: drill team IO-I2. golden wave timer Il-I2. german club IO Schneider. Gayle "I have andalways will have the memories." Love Porky. activities: swim team manager Schneider. Leslie "Nobody said it wasn'tl" activities: school musical ll, newspaper editor ll, B.G. bowl I2 ' , Schroeder. Christina "Open mouth-insert foot." activities: marching band I0-I2. track manager IO. basketball, pep band IO : Sickels, Heather 4 "Take a chance. dream a dream." Smardzewski, llohn . "Man does not live on school alone: he needs good friends and good food. Cwell one out of two is not badJ." activities: marching band IOI2. basketball manager IO. N.H.S. ll-I2 Stanko. Jeffrey "That's all I can stands. I can't stands no moreI" Stern, Jeffrey "Life is often cruel?" activities: swimming I0-Il. N.H.S. ll-I2. literary club Stevens. Linda "When the musician forgot his note. he made as though a crumb stuck in his throat. Mother oats. band trees, painting rocks and sir foreverl" activities: marching band IO-I2. assistant drum maior I2. pep band IO-I2. symphony band IOI2, W. ensemble II-I2. bottle band ll-I2. chess club ll Stoops. Patricia "We are born, we die. What lies between is but a moment to fill with what we wish. Cso try to make out of your life. the best you can. even when it turns out differently. from that you were dreaming about.J" activities: art and theatre Sych, Katherine "I guess when you find what you've always wanted. that's not where the beginning begins. that's where the end starts." activities: french club IOII, marching band IOII Taylor. Jeffrey "lf you don't believe in yourself. what is there to believe in?" activities: varsity swimming IOI2, varsity track IOI2, student tutoring. yearbook. Spanish un-club Tessier. Marie "The gull see's farthest who flies highest." activities: J,L.S. softball IO, lassies ll-I2. mat club I2. senior class officer Todd. Molly "lt's been quite an experience but now it's on to bigger and better things. Best of luck Jo - bear - Australia foreverl" Tomboulian. Mark "Do you have something more crispy. like peanuts? This is to abstract, I can't relate. No biggie." Tomlinson. Beth "Music adds sparkle to life!" Torner. Joann "The capacity to care is the thing which gives life its deepest significance. Thanks Deb. Molly Claterlj Pam. Sue. Annette. Lynn and especially Tess. and Gary." Trahan. Katheryn "Music adds sparkle to life." Troll, Peter "I finally made itl Keep D.J.T. from getting too egotistical. even though that may be impossible." activities: bowling club, intramural basketball Twomey. Lisa "I'm so confusedll" activities: J.V. cheerleading IO, student council IO-ll. N.H.S. I0-ll. concert choir IO-ll. International Thespian Vahrenhorst, Cindy "Ring toss. anyone? The only thing I'lI miss is my cherished moments with the drill team, see ya later bye. gold dusters." Veillette. Brian "To strive to achieve your most fulfilling goal. you've got to want it. CTennis. Tennis. TennisY' Walker, Laurie "Boy we were dumb Shelly!" activities: J.V. cheerleading. J.V. and Varsity basketball, statistician, B.G. bowl ll-I2 Waller, Lora "A new road is waiting. you touched my life . . . Journey." activities: Homecoming and Christmas skit. J.V. and Varsity cheerleader. track. B.G. bowl ll Weishaar. Jeanette "You know we're having good days, and we hope they're gonna last our future looks brighter than our past. CrushJ" activities: choir, deca. co-op Welch. Peri "Get an education, secure a job. love someone with your whole being and thank God for everything. activities: trainer for football team. french club model. B.G. bowl II Woudstra, John "For still there are so many things that I have never seen . . . . . . in every wood, in every spring there is a different green." activities: Spanish club, medieval wargaming society Abdo. Sheila A. I74 Abela, Grace A. I74 Abela. Lawrence J. IS4 Addy, David J. 47.lS4 Aguilar, Andrew L. IS4 Aguilar. Michael K. I74 Aiello, Mitchell F. 47,lI3,I5I.l4O. I48 Aiello, Peter V. 47.l74 Allan, Heather L. I74 Allen. Johanna I74 Althaus, Michael W. I74 Anderson, Mitzi C. 36,Il3.I34.I49 Anderson. Sherri G. I74 Andrews, Keith M. I74 Andrews. Ronald A. IS4 Angersbach. Jon K. IS4 Arnold. Aniel D. IIS Arnold. Tod R. 2,I74 Arscott. William L. II3 Asadoorian, Adam K. I74 Atkinson. Mary A. II3 Auer, Catherine A. I74 Austin. Bruce A. I74 Ayotte. Shavonne M. I74 ELUEI3 Blake. Randal D. I74 Blomquist. Kerry N. I74 Blomquist, Kevin S. 99 Bloomgren. Michelle A. l75 Blough, Brian P. l75 Bochenek, Steven P. IS4 Bogard. Mrs. 22 Bogard. Teresa B. I75 Boghosian. James N. IS4 Bolger, Lisa A. IS4 Bommarito, Paul M. I7S Bonnville. Craig J. IS4 Boot, Charles W. IIS Borck, Janice L. l7S Borck, Katherine,A. IS4 Borck, Mrs. 20 Borgne, Dennis J. IS4 Born, Lori J. IS4 Bougatsos, Dimitrios IIS Boyd, Beth A. l75 Boyle, Mrs. 28 Braden. Wendy A. II4.I39 Bradford. Larry M. IS4 Bradlee. David M. l7S Braxton, Jeffrey M. I7S Bregier, Amy A. IS4 Brickhouse. Aubrey L. IS4 Brickhouse. Gregory T. I7S Bridges, Lorrie IS4 Briggs, Carrie L. I54 Brisson, Daniel C. 98.I7S Britt. James E. II4 Bronder, Diane M. ISS Bailey, Laura K. 34.S8,l74 Ballo. Mr. 26 Baldwin, Lisa G. II3 Balian, Gary M. IS4 Balian, Michael J. Il3 Balis, Robin J. IS4,I69 Ban. David T. I74 Bandelean, Sue 98,IS4 Bardes, Ruth Ann I74 Barkeley, David D. I74 Barlow, Susan Il3 Barnaby, Brenda L. I74 Barnaby, Scott A. I4I Barnes, Karen D. Il3 Bartley. Karen D. IS4 Basinger, Lynda J. I74 Basso, Shawn E. IS4 Bathel, John I74 Beach. Marcia R. IS4 Beane, Suzanne M. 98.99,II3 Beattie. Barbara J. I74 Bechard, Theresa A. 86,87,lI3 Bedford. Karen M. IS4 Beerer, Cynthia L. I74 Belaney. Curtis F. II3 Belanger, Edward J. 52,lS4 Belanger, Kathleen A. I74 Belanger, Mark J. Il3.I38 Belevender, Craig P. IS4 Bronzo, Michael R. ISS Brooks, Nancy l75 Brooks Robert M. 52,Il4 Brown., Alan J. IO6,IIS Brown, Brown, Annette L. SO.lIS Cathleen A. I7S Brown, Cloletta Y. ISS Brown. Donald C. l75 Brown. Jeffrey A. IIS Brown. Jeffrey S. IIS Brown, Judith A. l75 Brown. Kenneth B. l75 Brown, Laurie L. II4 Brown, Mathilde C. 49,87.lS5 Brown, Matthew J. ISS Brown. Rosemarie A. ISS Brown. Brown. Tracey A. l75 William E. II4 Brubaker, Lisa K. II4 Brudzinski, Stephen M. l7S Bruenn. Amy L. l7S Brulez, Brulez, Denise P. l7S Michele M. ISS Brune. Donald C. ISS Brunk, Samuel D. l7S Brusstar. Charles R. II4 Brusstar, Mary B. S3,lSS Buchholz. Cynthia A. IIS Budry, Gary J. IIS Buhl, Martin C. l75 Buhl. Peter J. ISS Buiteweg. Judith M. II6 Belkoff. Stephen M. IS4 Benson. Ann E. Il3 Benson. Barbara A. I74 Benson, Gregory A. IIS Benson, Lynda D. II3 Benson, Molly M. l46 Benson. Sandra L. IS4 A Benson , Susan R. I74 Bergstrom, Glen P. IS4 Berbe. Mr. 28,99 Bettini, Audrey L. I74 Biallas, John E. S2.lS4 Birley. James I74 Birley, Susan M. IlS.l46 Bishop, Judith A. 87,II4,I5O Buiteweg, Richard J. 47,I7S Burch, Michael S. IIS Burgess, Daniel J. 47,II5,l48 Burgess, Steven A. 47,ISS Burke, Bradley D. II6 Burke, James F. 98.lI6,I33,l38 Burke, Timothy M. ISS Burkhart. Jon A. lI6,I44 Burley. Elizabeth A. l75 Burnard, Lori l75 Burns. Thomas G. II6 Burr, Cheryl M. II6 Burr, Sally L. 34 Busch, Charles H. I7S Buser. Gregory A. lI6,I38 ll-,ULU IEEE Buser. Steven D. l75 Buss, Christa A. II6 Button. Bill l75 Byers. Stephen W. ISS Cadieux. Scott C. ISS Cadieux. Todd A. II6 Calder. Philip T. l75 Callahan. Tyrone W. I75 Cameron. Kenneth N. l75 Cameron. Sheila M. II6 Cantrell, Craig E. I75 Canu. Joseph R. II6 Canzano. Matthew D. I7S Canzano. Roger S. ISS Cappo. Karen J. ISS Cardimen. Jeffrey S. l7S Carene, Cynthia C. II7 Carlson, Claudia L. I7S Carr, Kevin S. II7 Carr, Michael C. ISS Carr. Teresa I. l75 Carter, Kimberley M. 34,S8.lSS Carterson, Regina ISS Carvey, Leisa M. II7 Cary, Michelle R. 98,lI7.I38 Cassstevens. Margot L. ISS Castiglione, Annette ISS Castorina, Elena M. l75 Cavallero. Dawn ISS Chadburn. Christopher A. II7 Chadwick, Christopher S. I76 Champine. Jeannette M. ISS Chase, Lynn C. l76 Cheek, Elizabeth A. II7 Chirco, Jacquelin M. ISS Chirco, Josephine M. 98.ll7,I2O Christenson, Steven E. ISS Chu. Danny T. ISS Church, Christopher J. IO7,IS6 Churchill. Brenda L. 34,58,l76 Cianciolo, Jill M. IS6 Ciccone. Melanie M. IS6 Cieslik, David R. IS6 Cieslik, Judith A. II7 Cilva, Donna M. I76 Cischke, Sherri K. I76 Claerhout. Stephen R. I76 Claffey, Joan E. 86.ll7.l39 Claffey, Michael D. IS6 Clair, Michele E. 99,Il7,I2O Clark, Jeffry C. I76 Clark, Sheila M. IS6 Clatworthy. Jennifer A. S8,l76 Cleaveland, Scot B. IS6 Cleland, Brenda L. 34.S8,I76 Clemens, Robert V. l76 Clemens. William S. IO3.IS6 Clemo, John W. I06 Clevenger, Mr. 3 Clever, David M. ISO Clissold. Karin M. I76 Clissold. Lisa A. 49.87,I56 Cloutier. Patricia S. I76 Coad, Colleen G. IS6 Cobb, Matthew L. S3,I56 Cochran, Jackie M, 28.I76 Cole. Allison L. II7 Collin, Gisele M. IS6 Collins, Earl W. IS6 Collins, Steven D. I76 Colombo. Chris B. l76 Coltman, Deborah L. II7 Comment, Barbara J. II7 Comment, Joseph A. IS6 Comstock. Mr. I9 Connolly, Kevin M. 47,l56 Cooper. Anne E. IS6 Cooper, Thomas H. II7 Cote, Catherine B. 86,99.II8 Cote, Edward G. II8 Cottrell, Amy L. IS6 Covins, Kenneth G. IS6 Covins, Robert G. II8 Crabtree. Carolyn J. S8.II8 Cracknell, Lynn M. IS6 Cracknell, Paul S. 34.47,IO3,II8. I2S,l4O.I48 Craddock. Kelly J. IS6 Cram. Tracy E. IS6 Craven, Mrs. 40 Crawford, Rebecca R. IIS Crehan, Mrs. 29 Crombez. James R. I76 Crombez. Lisa A. I76 Crossley, Richard A, lI8 Crossman. Cathy L. 6.49.99.II8,l2l I3I,I39,I46 Crowell. Scott M. II8 Cupaiulo, Nicholas J. lI8 Cupples. Michael T. I76 Cupples. Robert P. IIS Curtiss, Sherry L. IS6 Czechowski, Michael D. IS6 Dabrowski, Julie A. l76 Dabrowski, Susanne M. II8 Dalgleish. Tina M. l76 Danek. Susan D. Il9.I49 Daniels, Andrew W. IS6 Daniels, Robert A. IS6 Davis, Angelina B. IS6 Davis. Jeffrey S. II9 Davis, Timothy R. I76 Dawson, Diane L. l76 Day. Melanie J. l76 Day, Nancy A. II9 Dean, Daniel K. IS6 Deaton. William J. II9 Debaene, Angela M. 6,7,ll9 Debolt, Laura L. I76 Debolt, Michael D. IS6 Debolt, Mrs. 20 Debrabant. Victoria L. Il9.I29 Declerco, Doreen II9 Deehr. Patricia A. IS6 Delaney, Daniel J. I76 Delaney, Douglas A. IO6,II9 Delauney, Monique M. IS6 Delehanty. Joan M. 98.II9 Delehanty. Patrick J. IS6 Delida. Kevin J. IS6 Demarco, Gwen T. IS6 Dement, Edward W. l76 Demerino. Cynthia A. IS6 Dennin, Tammy A. l76 Dettman, Elizabeth A. II9 Devereux, Kevin I76 Devoe. Lance D. IS6 Devoe. Nancy A. l76 Di Nardo. Deborah L. I76 Dickson, Steven A. IS7 Didawick, Damon T. IS7 Diebold, Janice M, I76 Dillon, Timothy J. 47.IO3,l2O.l3l Dimartino, Michael D. l2O Dixon, Kay S. I77 Dodson. Lisa A. I77 Donaldson, Todd A. S2,l2O Dover. Matthew H. I57 Dreim. Ellen M. I77 Drummond. Kimberly A. I77 Dubats. Gerald D. l2O Dubats. Sally J. l57 Duby. Annette L. 7.49.l57 Ducharme. Carol M. I77 Ducharme, Suzanne P. l2O Dulin, Roy D. I77 Dulkiewicz. James H. DO Dulkiewicz. Susan L. I77 Dunn. Mr. 34 Dupack. Laura A. I77 Durbin, Clair E. I57 Dwyer, Joseph E. I2O Dykins. Lynne S. DO Eckfeld. Karen S. D6.I77 Eckhout. Jeffrey D. I57 Edelen. Stephen C. I2O Edwards. Diane F. I77 Edwards. Jennifer L. I2O Eller. Lynda M. I77 Ellingson. Steven C. 86.DI.D8.I38 Elliott. Gary L. DI Ely. Lovan T. I77 Engelhardt. Sabine U. DI England. Thomas J. I77 Enright. Laura L. I77 Enright. Martha M. l2l Erkkila. Mrs. 2I.29 Eschrich. Susan G. DI Essenmacher. Joan I. 34.58.I57 Eubanks. John R. I77 Evans. Kellie J. 7.IO7.DI Evans. Lisa M. I77 Evans. Mrs. 58 Evans. Theresa M. I2I Even. Bernadett R. I77 Even. Mark A. IO7,DI Fabian. Elizabeth M. l2l Fabian. Therese A. I57 Fagan. David W. 6.7.99.Dl.I3l.I32 l4O Fagan. William J. I77 Fanelli. Guy J. I22 Farese. Mariesa E. 34.99.l2l.I38 Farese. Philip J. nv Farlin. Lisa E. I77 Farnan. Edward H. I2I Farrell. Amy K. l57 Farrell. Laura l57 Fedak. Sheryl K. 98.I57 Feeley. Brian E. 7.I57 Fender. Robert l57 Fisk. Mrs. 36 Fiteny, Gary M. l57 Fitzsimmons, Mark A. I57 Flater. Montrey D. I77 Fleming. Jeffrey A. I77 Fletcher. Natalie T. D2 Flosky. Denise L. D2 Flynn. James M. D2 Fogler. Brian l57 Fogler. Ronald M. I77 Fognini. Joanne M. I77 Foisy, Vincent B. I77 Forbush. Brett B. I77 Formold. Kevin L. I77 Forsyth, Richard A. I57 Fox. Carolyn T. 6.49,98.D2.D3. l38.l44 Fox. David J. I77 Fox. Linda M. I58 Frazer. Lynn E. I22.I46 Freeland. Kenneth S. I78 Freeland. Steven L. I78 Freeman. Mary E. I78 Freeman. Mr. I9 Freer. Darrell F. 34.D2.I38 French, Alan D. I22 Freyder. Suzanne V. I78 Friebe. John W. IO6.lO7,l58 Friedli. Robin L. 34.l39.I52 Furlong, Michael G. 53.l78 Gaden. Sandra K. D2 Galbraith. April A. I78 Galbraith. Joanne M. D3 Gallopoulos. Anne L. I58 Gara. Jennifer A. I69 Gay. Catherine S. 6.99.D3 Gayner. Beverly J. I58 Gendich. Michael I58 Gentry. Elizabeth S. I78 Gerada. Thomas A. I78 Gerber. Lisa M. D3 Gerber, Mary Jo I78 Gerke. Shane M. 47.D3 Gersdorff. Arnim S. D3 Gersdorff. Detlef S. D3 Gibbard. Heidi B. I58 Gibney. Christina L. I22 Gibney. Marybeth 6.l58 Gibson. Mrs. 29 Gierke. Mr. 53 Gigliotti. Annette 5I.86 Gilliland. Craig A. I22 Gingras. Joseph P. I58 Gingras. Theresa J. I78 Glaser. Thomas J. I58 Goetsch. Susan M. l23 Golding. Nancy R. 5O.D3 Goniwiecha. Craig E. 47.I23 Goniwiecha. Reid A. I58 Googasian. Karen A. 86.l58 Goran. Lynette M. 34.58.l78 Ferguson. Todd W. I77 Ferrari. Lisa M. 34.58.I57 Ferry. Grayce A. I77 Ferry. John D. I77 Fette. Dawn R. I77 Field. Jennifer J. I57 Fifield. Adam R. D2 Fifield. Daniel A. I57 Fifield. Eve A. D2 Fina. John C. I57 Finston. Terrie L. 34.58.D2 Fischer. Kurt F. lO7.l57 Fischer. William H. D2 Fish. Matthew J. I77 Fisher. Bill I57 Fisher. Kevin D. l57 Gordon. Kathy L. l23 Gordon. Kerry T. 47 Goudy. Gayl J. I78 Gowanlock. Mrs. 20 Graham. Laura J. I78 Grant. Brian S. I78 Grant. James M. D3 Grant. Timothy J. I58 Granthen. Gary C. I58 Gravelle. Douglas J. 4O.I58 Graves. Kirk M. 52.I58 Grech. David R. 47.I58.I69 Green. Cheryl L. I58 Green. Kimberly D. I78 Green. Mrs. 23 Green. Patti J. I78 Green, Ray C. 52.D4 Green, Renee A. 36.D4 Green. Terri L. I58 Gregory, Cheri B. D4 Griffen, Mr. I9 Groomes. Steven O. I58 Grossert. Katharina A. I78 Grube. Chris A. I58 Grylicki. Mark J. I58 Grylicki. Mary A. I78 Grylls. Sarah M. I58 Guindon. Alayna J. D4 Guindon, Kelly A. I78 Guzanek. Robert A. I78 Guzdial, Ann T. I78 Haas. Debra I58 Haas. Sandra I78 Haener. Kelli L. I78 Hagemeier, David R. I24 Hagenbuch, Peter B. D4 Haggberg. Jodi M. D4 Haines, Robin L. D4 Hale. Julie S. I78 Hallett. Mary H. I24 Halliday, Brian L. D4 Hammell. Mark D. I24 Hammond. Toniua D. I78 Hannemann. Heather A. I78 Hannemann. Pamela J. 87.D4.I38. I46 Hanson. Jacquelin M. I58 Hanson. Susan E. I78 Harbin. Donald D. I58 Hardwick. James E. 34.l5S Hardy. Clifton B. I58 Harlow. Charles J. I78 Harris. Dana L. I58 Harris. Mrs. 2 Harris. Scott A. D5 Harris. Stewart L. D5 Harrison. Paul J. I58 Harrison, Phil J. I58 Harrison. Steven A. I78 Harvey. Christopher K. I59 Harvey. Timothy S. I59 Haskell, Jeffrey W. I59 Haug. Dawn M. I59 Hauser. Celia L. I59 Hayes. Thomas J. lO3.D5 Hayes. William J. I79 Hays. Linda A. l25 Hazelwood. Maura B. I79 Hazelwood. Tara B. I59 Head. Terry L. I59 Heberling. Kenneth B. I59 Heberling. Kristopher S. 86.87.I25 Heck. Jeffrey A. I59 Hein. Carolyn A. I79 Heizer. Scott R. 52.D5 Heldreth. Laura C. I59 Hellebuyck. Paul A. I79 Hellebuyck. Robert R. 53.I59 Henad. Christina L. I79 Henderson. Scott A. I59 Hendrikson. Stacey A. I79 Henry. Mary C. I59 Hering, David A. I79 Heter. Bonnie L. I59 Heuerman. Karl F. I79 Hewit. Miss 3 Hickey. Beatrice A. 34.58,I79 Hickey. Colleen M. 34.58.I79 Hickey. Daniel J. I69 Hickey. Kathleen G. D5 Hietanen. Karrie S. D5 Hietanen. Sharrie K. D5 Higgins. Cindy L. I59 Higgins. Julie A. l25 Hilber. Joseph E. I59 Hilber. Katherine A. I79 Hilber. Patrick M. IO6 Hildum. David W. IO7.I59 Hill. 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