Algonac High School - Algonquin Yearbook (Algonac, MI)
- Class of 1975
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The 1974-1975 Algonquin Algonac High School Algonac, Michigan No one knows what goes on behind closed doors. These are words which have been spoken many times in the past. Behind the doors of Algonac High School , many memorable experiences have taken place . Some were good and some were bad, but the fact remains that the events which have happened have built the character and personality of each one of us . l Seniors CLASS OFFICERS: RIGHT TO LEFT: Mr. Lenore (Advisor), Mrs. Buck (Advisor), Gina Rockwood (V.P.), Don Smith (Pres.), Dawn Vigliotti (Treas.), Bev Galletti (S.C. Rep.), Toni Cassady (S.C. Rep.), Liz Gerber (Rec . . ) , Lori May a (Cot. Sec . ) NOT PICTURED At ' I FRANK J. BALDUCK PAUL J. BARNOWSKI BARBARA ANN BATES GAIL A. BAUMANN 7 DAVID W. BERTRAM GAIL ANN BISHOP MARK D. BOWERSON JULIE ANN BRADY RUSTY CHATFIELD JOELD. BUCKENMEYER ROBERT BUDZEAK ROBIN DIANE BUTLER VICTOR R. DYSARCZYK DARLENE MARIE ENDRES RICK D. ERDMANN WILLIAM ERDMANN, JR. WILLIAM ENGELHARDT DONNA FARVER MYRON DEAN FARVER 12 KAROL A. FECTEAU JACQUELYN FELENCHAK GERI K. FINLEY TOM FRANTZ MARK FOURNIER NANCY A. FRANCE 13 18 PATRICIA I. KORNEFFEL MARTHA M. KOSS WALTER H. KRONNICH KRAIG L. KUBERRY SUSAN A. LANE WALTER R. LANE MIKE LANGE 20 HELEN E. LESSENTHIEN CHRIS LOGAN MARYBETH LOZEN 21 NANCY PEARSON LINDA LEE PIOCH CHARLES PE ARC Y. JR. WILLIAM D. PITZER JERRY L. POLLY ROBERT J. POWERS STEPHEN H. PRAY CYNTHIA A. PRIOR NORBERT PRUSS, JR. 25 CONSTANCE ROBINSON GINA ROCKWOOD SANDRA M. ROGERS JUDITH M. ROLEWICZ JAMES R. SKUPNY SUSAN MARIE STUART 28 ROBERT J. VANDENBOSSCHE DAWN E. VIGLIOTTI TOM VerVAECKE LINDA M. VANDENBOSSCHE KERRI L. VENHUIZEN JILL L. WAGENHALS JOHN J. WAITE, JR. DAVID VANDENHEMEL Senior Favorites The other winners of this year’s elections were: Best Built Girl - Cheryl Neumann Best Built Guy - Tom Cassady Best Liars - Helen Lessenthien and Bill Morrison Best Personalities - Rusty Chatfield and Sharon Mardigian Biggest Mouths - Kathy Sauber and Jill Wagenhals Biggest Temper - Larry Kmetz Class Brains - Jackie Felenchak and Kerri Venhuizen Class Clowns - John Highstreet and Dawn Vigliotti Funniest - John Highstreet and Jill Wagenhals Hardest Workers and Most Reliable - Gina Rockwood and Don Smith Most Energetic - Liz Gerber and Don Smith Most Helpful - Bev Galletti and Don Smith Most Likely to Succeed - Gina Rockwood and Don Smith Most Mischievous - Laurie Bischoff and John Highstreet Most Patient - Don Smith and Kerri Venhuizen Nicest Smiles - Jim Garrett and Sandy Karner Shyest - Geri Finley and Efrain Isaac Wildest Dressers - Audrey Williams and Scott Yacques Best Dressed - Don Smith and Audrey Williams Happiest - Barb Koch and Karol Fecteau Most Talkative - Robin Butler and Kendall Wingrove Honor Students Jackie Felenchak, our Valedictorian completed her Senior year with a 4.000 average. She has been very active in many organizations . She has been a member of Senior Band for four years and has sung with the Mixed Chorus for two years. She was a member of Latin Club for two years and has been on Student Council for one year. Jackie stars as Mrs. Partridge in the Senior Play, which is the leading female role. Outside of school, she has been an active member of Campus Life and the 4-H Club. Jackie has gone to school in Algonac since 5th grade . Previous to 5th grade , she attended school in Lincoln Park and Cincinnati, Ohio. After graduation, Jackie plans on commuting back and forth to Lawrence Institute of Technology in Southfield . She plans on majoring in accounting and eventually obtaining her C.P. A. degree. Kerri Venhuizen, our Salutatorian, completed her Senior year with a 3 . 947 average . She has been very active in all girl’s sports. She participated in Field Hockey for two years, Volley Ball for two years, G. A. A. Basketball for one year, Girl’s Varsity Basketball for two years, and Varsity Club for two years. During the summer, she’s been an active member of the Softball Team . Kerri has gone to school in Algonac since 7th grade. Previous to 7th grade, she attended school in Houghton, Jackson, and Holland. Kerri plans to be a Medical Laboratory Technician and will either go to Oakland or to St. Clair County Community College. NOT PICTURED: Geri Finley. Joel Buckenmeyer, Heidi Birgbauer, Cindy Prior, Steve Haggberg, Cindy Hubbarth. John Lee, Jim Garrett, Theresa Davis, Kendall Wingrove, Lori Colman, Greg Poole. Don Smith, Nancy Pearson, Linda Pioch, Mary Hintzman, Gina Rockwood . 35 Behind the Doors of A.H.S. Activities Spirit Week and Homecoming I need burping ! Everyone looks forward to Spirit Week . The creativity and imagination which is expressed is unbelievable . There is an extreme amount of class effort which produces the friendly atmosphere that makes this week worthwhile . Each class chooses a theme in which they decorate their hall accordingly. " We ' re Out of This World " was the theme for the Senior Class . Their hall was decorated like the universe and many martians and spacemen walked the halls of the High School. The theme for the Junior Class was " Junior Junction, " that of a Western town. Many sheriffs, Indians, cowboys , and saloon girls strolled through the frontier. The Sophomores used an " Undersea World " Great Hustlers. Look at me ! Fastest draw in the junction. as their setting. Numerous fish, mermaids, skin divers , and sailors floated around the corridors . The Freshmen took their theme from the Freshman initiation of Spirit Week. They wore bibs claiming them to be ”Rat Babies. The Varsity Club held its annual slave sale on Wednesday of Spirit Week. All the new members of the organization were auctioned off. A total of $115 was collected and Walt Kenzie brought in the highest amount of $10. Impressing! ! 45 Chris Schroeder and Judy Rolewicz . Scott Yacques and Sandy Kamer. Thursday evening provided fun for all at the rally and bonfire. Unusual costumes and floats were presented in the mini parade and many students participated in exciting games and races. Refreshments were provided and the evening was summed up with a bonfire. The week was concluded with exciting moments. Don Smith accepted the Spirit Jug on behalf of the Senior Class , and Sharon Mardigian was crowned Queen of the Homecoming , with Russell Funk as her escort . The week was made complete with a dinner and dance held at the High School , which brought entertainment and life-long memories to all. Russell Funk and Queen Sharon Mardigian . JUNIORS: Paul Osgood and Ellen Probst. SOPHOMORES: Tom Nienhaus and Linda Avers. Jim Lugosky and Mary Moran FRESHMEN: Jim Sauber and Cheryle Hintze. 47 Band FRONT ROW: Geri Finley, Jeanie Knight, Beth Welch, Kyle Appelman, Diane Langell, Kim Westbrook, Kay Hollway, Mary Lowes, Carol Kruger, Theresa Klix, Mary Coppola. SECOND ROW: Lori Colman, Jackie Felenchak, Shari Kerszykowski , Kendall Wingrove, Theresa Davis, Rick Baker, Dave Dodge, Bruce Hilton, Daryl Richardson, Rodger Peterson, Bob Senkmajer, Diane Butler, Dorothy Parr. THIRD ROW: Paul Osgood, Dennis Wise, Kathy Tweddle, Sandy Santavy, Theresa Bonenberger, Amy Erdmann, Terrie Owen, Sue Warner, Mickey Corry , John Merritt, A1 Hick, Dawn Johnson, Mark Bowerson, Phil Batuk, Lori Sass, Lisa Daniels, Glen Evans, Bunny Wilson, Mark Schulte. FOURTH ROW: Roxann Hudson, Jack Scovoronski, Karla Schlottman, Patty Furtah, Jan Hartman, Diane Jezdimer, Karen Senkmajer, Annette Poole, Dennis Wcisel, Larry Myny, This year the band showed their fans that they could do more than just make music. With their featured halftime show entitled , " Let’s Dance, " the band, along with the 16 majorettes, performed dance routines to " Joshua " and to " The Hoe Down. " But this was not the end of marching season. With an additional 3 1 2 week extension, the Band marched a mile and a half each day to prepare for the J. L. Hudson Thanksgiving Day parade . Finally the Big Day arrived and the Band marched their way into the hearts of millions over nation-wide television. This year the Band hosted the Annual County Band Festival which included all participating bands from St. Clair County. 48 Dan Wilcox, Frank Sass, Cindy Newman, Jim Garrett, Patti Borowiec, Ken Wood, Marty Buck, Karl Richardson, Ronda Hatfield, David Wcisel, Brian Arnold, Tina Dawson, Ann Nugent, Joe Tucker, Dan Miller, Scott Logon. FIFTH ROW: Bill Morrison, Susan Carroll, Nadine Davis, Gigi Yax, Mark Meeker, Todd Hick, Garold Meldrum, Kevin Beatty, Roy Trosper, Bob Vandenbossche, Larry Dickson, Bill Sneath, Jim Arpan, Rita Far r . Kirt Robinson, Dan Bryeans, Chuck Miller, Kathy Jaros, Shawn Houston, Bill Richards, Steve Storey, Lou Jezdimer. BACK ROW: Julie Pioch, Bonnie Cooney, Donna Bogosian, Yvonne Blackstock, Kim Finley, Kathy Meldrum, Sue Sauber, Sandy Karner, Linda Pioch, Cindy Prior, Beth Yata, Ranee Craig, Patti Sullivan, Laura Avers, Yvette Blackstock, Bev Babcock. PRESISIONETTES: FRONT ROW: Ginny Rose, Janene Prudhomme, Julie Gebauer, Heidi Birgbauer, Connie Robinson, Laurie Bischoff, Vickie Seaman, Judie Rolewicz, Tammy Coppola, Debbie Nosakowski. SECOND ROW: Kris Brown (Captain), Gwen Morrison, Diana Jessup, Pattie Bates, Joan Milner, Jan Ziegenfus, Nancy Kuisell, Sue Pilath, Cyndee Allen, Pat Kaufman, Michele Prudhomme, Mary Moran (Captain). BACK ROW: Carrie Craig, Sheila Jones, Linda Rzeppa, Jonean Buck, Sue McLeod, Sharon Boghian, Bette Birgbauer, Sue Cowper. MAJORETTES: Sandy Karner (Captain), Linda Pioch (Captain). LEFT TO RIGHT: Beth Yata, Laura Avers, Yvette Blackstock, Kathy Meldrum, Bonnie Cooney, Kim Finley, Patti Sullivan, Phil Batuk (Drum Major), Bev Babcock, Julie Pioch, Donna Bogosian, Sue Sauber, Yvonne Blackstock, Ranee Craig, Cindy Prior. The Beauty and the Beast . Stage Band STAGE BAND: FRONT ROW: Daryl Richardson, Dave Dodge, Mr. Appelman, Rick Baker, Mark Bowerson. MIDDLE ROW: Larry Myny, Dennis Wcisel, Frank Sass, Jim Garrett, Cindy Newman, Lou Jezdimir, Kathy Jaros, Chuck Miller, Kurt Robinson. BACK ROW: Jim Way, Bill Morrison, Dan Wilcox. PIANO: Shari Kersykowski. 1t i ’ ' 1 51 Vocal Music MIXED CHORUS: FRONT ROW: Mary Rappa, Debbie Schuman, Shirley Frazho, Theresa Corry, Rose Talluto, Sue Carroll, Jackie Felenchak, Patti Sullivan, Shari Kerszykowski , Theresa Davis, Debra Morningstar, Pat Kaufman, Mickey Corry, Georgie Pollock, Gwen Morrison, Chris Gitre. SECOND ROW: Nancy Potter, Tammy Dickson, Debbie Kollmorgan, Sandy Stular, Cindy Guyor, Peggy Warner, Kathy Tweddle, Debbie Williams, Pam Korneffel, Terri Mayer, Melodie Struhar, Rena Bailey, DeAnn Dryer, Sheryl Sosin, Michelle Hayes. THIRD ROW: Mr. McMaken, Linda Jacobs, Terri Igel, Teddy Carpenter, Terri Owen, Jonean Buck, Cheryl Vercammen, Sue McLeod, Lisa Baxter, Paulette Tumara, Cheryle Spitzer, Becky Owen, Anna Pruss, Roxann Hudson, Vivian Dixon, Tammy Coppola, Ginny Rose, Ruthann Christy. BACK ROW: Jack Moran, Martin Boyd, Doug Marten, Dan Wilcox, Bill Erdmann, Paul Osgood, Scott Yacques, George Molesworth, Ted Neuner, Matt Kaimala , Kerry Olowniuk, Dennis Wise, Nick Jezdimir, Walt Lane, Mark Solomon, Dave Morningstar, Bill Morrison . GIRL ' S CHORUS: FRONT ROW: Pat Fournier, Brenda Davis, Deborah Pearcy, Leslie Kowalski, Maxine Stephens, Michelle Sampier. SECOND ROW: Diane Morningstar, Karen Page, Carlynn Bevins, Annette Poole, Ann Clerc, Milinda Struhar. THIRD ROW: Mr. McMaken, Dianna Hudson, Nadine Davis, Pat Caiger, Pennie Fritz, Mary Good, Kris Brown. BACK ROW: Cindy Prior, Gloria Bertrand, Kris Baxter, Debbie Breck, Barb Bates , Cheryl Morrison , Cindy Bosman . The talents and enthusiasm of the Mixed Choir have grown considerably in their second year. The choir has increased in size with the addition of a Girl ' s Chorus in the high school and a 7th and 8th Grade Chorus. The first concert given toward the end of October, was performed by all three of the choirs. The theme of the concert was " Folk Music. " The students dressed in typical folk style: jeans and flannel shirts. Pumpkins and com stalks were provided for the scenery. The second concert was the " Christmas Concert. " All three choirs participated in this concert also. Candles and robes for the Mixed Chorus were added to give Christmas spirit. Both concerts were performed at assemblies in the Junior High and High School. High School Girls and Mixed Choirs also presented a program for the Athena Club at the Trinity Methodist Church in Algonac. 54 Student Council Kathy Sauber (Pres.) Cindy Newman (Sec.) Bev Galletti (Treas.), Gina Rockwood (V.P.) The Student Council this year , again, organized the successful Homecoming Dinner Dance . Other activities included the concert by " Life, " hosting parent-teacher conferences, and the Good Fellows Drive . The Student Council and Student Faculty board also met on several occasions to discuss many school problems . 55 On top of the Pyramid of the Sun . The Spanish Club went on a twenty-nine day vacation to Mexico. Everyone had a good time, and it was a genuine learning experience . While in Mexico, we visited the cities of Puerto Vallana Guadalajara, San Luis Potosi, Mexico City and Acapulco. We visited many small and large markets, attended the Ballet Folklorico, saw the cliff divers and the night lights oi Acapulco, and went swimming on many nice beaches. There were many exciting experiences, many of which we cannot tell about. Barb was the only one who did not get Montezuma’s revenge. Jim had his pocket picked by a fleeting Mexican in a crowded Mexico City subway. Joel and Rusty ate many delicious delicacies, even though sometimes they didn’t know what they were eating. They admit everything was good. The memories of this trip will live in their minds forever. Varsity Club Club couple Rollin’ in the dough. The Varsity Club, again this year , contributed a lot to sports at Algonac High School. They, along with the Booster Club, sold the Booster calendars door to door and it was a success. They had another slave sale which also drew a large turnout. The parties were a success. One party , the Millionaires party , which was not supposed to be a money raising project turned out to make money for the club because of the obsessive gamblers. In all, the Varsity Club is active, and a lot of fun. This is a bombed trip , man ! Send them back to Africa. 58 VARSITY CLUB: FRONT ROW: Gary Fecteau, Stephen Storey, Cal Dunn, Bill Kelly, Mike Giamportone, Craig Humes, Demetrius Green. SECOND ROW: Rick LaParl, Walt Kenzie, Rick Gougeon, Jim Garrett, Ric Craven, Steve Goerlich, Larry Myny, Mark Bowerson, Bruce Hilton. THIRD ROW: Rusty Chatfield (V.P.), Larry Kmetz (Pres.), Gina Rockwood (Treas.), Liz Gerber (Sec.), Susan Stuart, Bev Galletti, David Rice, Gale Ames, Frank Sass, Jim Greene, Brenda Venhuizen, Diane Jezdimir. BACK ROW: Dave DuVernay (Sergeant-at-Arms), Tom Cassady, Greg Poole, John Highstreet, Tom Neuner, Pat Morrison, Lou Jezdimir, Jim Way, Doreen Grote, Marv Hintzman, Kerri Venhuizen, Mr. Jackson. Marriage will do this to you. To be , or not to be . o Don’t take my lunch! Up a tree without a paddle . and Cleopatra, David and Goliath. 61 Office Education If you take that picture, I’ll kill you! The two hour Office Education Blocks prepare Senior girls for secretarial jobs after high school. All aspects of advanced secretarial training are covered in class; and in an attempt to gain practical experience, the classes offered their clerical services to faculty members and community organizations. This year, the Office Education program was expanded to include two sections taught by Miss Mary Jones and Mrs. Colleen Webb, as well as a more complete selection of training materials and office equipment. The classroom atmosphere is a realistic office setting including secretarial chairs, desks, photo copier, dictaphones, as well as various other machines found in modem daily offices. Carpeting was another added feature this Fall. A Christmas Open House was held for parents, faculty, and Board of Education members. Students from both blocks worked together planning refreshments, designing invitations, and decorating the room. The great amount of work resulted in a successful Open House which hopefully will turn into an annual event. Office Education has been very active throughout the year training themselves in the best way possible to face the realities of the world of work. 62 Co-op Students in the Cooperative Education Program earn money working at part time jobs while gaining valuable knowledge of business and industry . An agreement between the student, the employer, and the school allows the student to gain occupational skills which may be used after graduation. Mick Baker An Coomer Theresa Corry Jeff Duceatt John Devine Vic Dysarczyk Darlene Endres Tom Frantz Doug Gillespie Greg Gillis Cindy Guillot Marcy Haselden Frank Quant Cal Richards Chris Schroeder Joe Schultz Karen Waite Deb Weeden Harry Yax Chris Zryd Steve Sharrow 63 Varsity Football VARSITY FOOTBALL: FRONT ROW: Rusty Chatfield, Marv Hintzman, Jim Garrett (captain), Larry Kmetz, Mike Horeftis (captain), Ric Craven, Rick Gougeon. MIDDLE ROW: Rick LaParl, Dave Dodge, Darcy Diot, Mike Schuman, Lee Szymanski, John Wonsowicz, Walt Kenzie, Coach Garrett. BACK ROW: Coach Jackson, Bob Good, Greg Poole, Dave DuVernay, John Highstreet, Tom Cassady, Jon Davis, Steve Faucher. The Football Team completed a 3-6 record overall and a 2-5 record in the S.C. A.L. The team lost three games by three points or less and they made every game an enjoyable one to watch. Lee Szymanski gained over 1,000 yards rushing while making first team all league. Tom Cassady and Jim Garrett connected for one of the best passing combinations in the area . Cassady was third in the area in passing while Garrett was third in receiving and also making first team all league . Other seniors who obtained honorable mention were , Mike Horeftis , Greg Poole , Ric Craven, Dave DuVernay, and Rusty Chatfield. 66 „ , lt f . 7 ‘ " , £V, j f i a ' dti tsA I Contemplating their strategy. Mean Marv and Kool Kenzie. We They 18 New Haven 14 6 Chippewa Valley 30 19 Marysville 22 0 St. Clair 20 28 Anchor Bay 6 21 P.H.C. 24 11 Cros-Lex 12 17 Marine City 14 12 Richmond 22 J.V.: FRONT ROW: Joe Sauber, Tom Gordon, Jerome Williams, Joe Domanski, Tom Bates, Ken Powers, Randy Randolph, Brian Sears, John Vigliotti. BACK ROW: Coach Basinski, Jim Scheible, Jim Greene, Jerry Gordon, Carl Richardson, Paul Witherspoon, Tom Neinhaus, Tom Symanski, Leo Vernier, Gary Fecteau, Carl Schnoor, Greg Hogert, Coach Wight. Baseball WE THEY 5 Marine City 2 7 Chippewa Valley 3 2 Marysville 1 5 St. Clair 0 2 New Haven 5 4 Anchor Bay 3 5 P.H.C. 2 13 Cros-Lex 0 1 Marine City 0 9 New Haven 0 3 St. Clair 1 6 Anchor Bay 5 6 Cros-Lex 2 10 Chippewa Valley 5 1 Oxford 1 PreDistrict S.C.A.L. Champs Won 13 Lost 2 Muskrats are hustlers . 70 VARSITY BASEBALL: FRONT ROW: Duane Dobbin (Manager), Terry Wonsowicz, Carl Weeden, Mike Durow, Rick Gougeon, Rusty Chatfield, Bob Kiss. MIDDLE ROW: Tom Lozen, Tom Cassady, Joe Hoffman, Don Wonsowicz, Jim Garrett, Dave Bertram, Coach Garrett. BACK ROW: Jon Davis, Marvin Hintzman, Rick LaParl, Steve Faucher, Gary Shew, Dan Kendall. Neatness is a manager’s job. The Varsity team had another excellent year. They compiled a perfect 12-0 record in the S.C. A.L. to become league champs for the second straight year. They were led by All-Stater Don Won- sowicz, (Who batted over 500). All-League Rusty Chatfield, Second team all league Tom Cassady, Terri Wonsowicz, Tom Lozen, Dan Kendall, and honorable mention Jim Garrett. Baseball has been proven to be the best sport in Algonac. They have consistently come up with win- ners and have had more championships in the S.C. A.L. than any other team in the league. Power hitter on deck! 71 Golf GOLF: FRONT ROW: Mike Pitzer, Keith Wright, Mark Shulte, Ray But- ler, Larry Dixon, Todd Hick. BACK ROW: Mike Durow, A1 Hick, Gary Meldrum, Mike Halverson, Don Stieler, Dave Streit, Coach Duva. WE 182 Chippewa Valley THEY 156 182 Anchor Bay 168 186 P.H.C. 181 186 Cros-Lex 194 193 Marysville 172 193 St. Clair 175 183 Marine City 190 185 St. Clair 172 225 Utica-Ford 214 174 Marine City 185 174 Anchor Bay 171 189 P.H.C. 180 189 Cros-Lex 201 268 Utica-Ford 215 I’ll hit it one of these times. Do I have to put the turf back? Girls Basketball JUNIOR VARSITY: FRONT ROW: Diane Sharrow, Diane Romzek, Donna Mangas, Sheri Shew, Laurie Yax, Deb- bie Pitzer, Sue Warner, Debbie McClure. BACK ROW: Linda Crampton, Debi Koprowski, Carol Kreuger, Jill Poorman, Lisa Roehrig, Doreen Tazzioli, Gretchen Meuller, Barb Rochon, Rachel Welchko, Coach Robertson. U.S.A. . . . United Sisters of A lgonac. The Girls’ Basketball team completed a fine 21 win and 4 loss season. The girls lost their first three games, but stormed back to win 21 games in a row, the League Championship, the District Championship, and the Regional Championship. It was a hustling and well bal- anced team. The girls were unselfish in that in most every game they had a different high scorer. They were led on the floor by Liz Gerber and Kerri Venhuizen , who gave leadership and inspiration. The whole team gave perspiration as they practiced through the summer all the way until December. The team promises to be an absolute dynasty in the future. Sophomores Doreen Grote, Brenda Venhuizen, and Diane Jezdimir are real comers along with Fresh- man Gigi Yax. 73 Everything will be all right . jC Girls Basketball Reach for the sky . Head up! GIRLS BASKETBALL: FRONT ROW: Gail Ames, Liz Gerber (co-captain), Kerri Vanhuizen (co-captain), Lori Sass. BACK ROW: Keki Bucchioni, Linda Jacobs, Gigi Yax, Brenda Venhuizen, Doreen Grote, Diane Jezdi- mir, Yvette Blackstock, Tammy Yax. WE THEY 26 Memphis 49 36 Regina 56 45 Dominican 60 40 Bishop Gallagher 36 50 Armada 22 41 Cros-Lex 22 70 Marine City 19 54 Chippewa Valley 34 40 Marysville 39 45 St. Clair 20 62 Anchor Bay 31 65 P.H.C. 17 52 Cros-Lex 23 66 Marine City 16 38 Chippewa Valley 35 39 Marysville 37 52 St. Clair 27 57 Anchor Bay 26 68 P.H.C. 19 75 Cross Country The Cross Country Team completed a 8-2 record overall. They placed second in the league dual standings with a 6-1 record and finished third in the league meet. Pat Fisher placed fifth in the league meet and was selected to the all S.C.A.L. First Team. Bob Vandenbossche finished ninth and was selected to honorable mention. Bob Vandenbossche tied the school three mile record with a run of 16 minutes and 22 seconds . CROSS COUNTRY: FRONT ROW: Bruce Hilton, Joey Tucker, Tom Van- denbossche, Mark Meeker, Dan Knight. BACK ROW: Coach Avers, Larry Myny, Pat Fisher, Pat Morrison, Tom Neuner, Dan Meeker, Bob Vandenbossche, Howard Lindberg. 76 I made it! Let’s get this thing started . Aren’t I beautiful? WE THEY 20 Capac 37 23 Marine City 34 22 Chippewa Valley 35 21 Marysville 38 29 St. Clair 30 16 Capac 43 46 North Branch 17 18 Anchor Bay 43 39 P.H.C. 18 26 Cros-Lex 33 77 Tennis TENNIS: FRONT ROW: Steve Storey, Dorothy Rietzler, John Sauber (captain), Liz Gerber, Efrain Isaac. MID DLE ROW: Dan Hartman, Jeff Kondogan, Dave Duvernay, Dave Rice, Mike Baxter, Frank Sass. BACK ROW: Jeff Appelman, Coach Jackson, Jorge Isaac, A1 Hick, Walt Kenzie, Rob Harrington. The 1974 Tennis Team was one of the best in the history of Algonac High. Their over-all record of 15 wins, 5 losses and first place finishes in the S.C.A.L. Tournament and the State Regional characterizes the outstanding season they had . In addition, for the second straight year, Jorge Isaac won the League and Regional singles championships and won two matches in the state tournament before losing in the quarter- finals. With eight letter- winners returning, we look forward to another fine season this year. Hartman strides to another victory ! WE THEY 7 Marine City 0 5 Aimont 0 2 Chippewa Valley 5 4 Marysville 3 0 Armada 1 3 St. Clair 4 6 Anchor Bay 1 4 Richmond 3 5 Aimont 0 6 P.H.C. 1 7 Cros-Lex 0 6 Marine City 1 4 Chippewa Valley 3 5 Richmond 2 6 Marysville 1 3 St. Clair 4 2 Armada 5 6 Anchor Bay 1 5 P.H.C. 2 7 Cros-Lex 0 79 Track TRACK: FRONT ROW: Sue McLeod, Kim Ferdig, Mark Waskiewicz, Sam Allen, Joe Domanski, Howard Lindberg, Jeff Johnson. MIDDLE ROW: Chris Becker (assistant manager), Mark Bowerson, Pat Fisher, Mike Schuman, Kevin Williams, Lee Szymanski, Pat Morrison (captain), John Wonsowicz, Steve Sharrow. BACK ROW: Coach Avers, Barb Bates (manager), Bruce Hilton, Greg Poole, Dave Meeker, Tom Neuner, Bob Cuomo, Bob Vandenbossche, Coach Chaffee. The Track Team completed a successful season winning 8 of 12 dual and triangular meets. The team finished in 4th place in the S.C.A.L. with a 3-3 record. Lee Szymanski set a new school record in the pole vault of 12® 6 " and was the teams’ leading point scorer. A new 4- mile relay record (20:18) was set by Bob Vandenbossche , Lee Bourgois, Tom Neuner and Sam Allen. The 9th and 10th grade track team won the S.C.A.L. Junior Varsity meet for the 3rd time in the last 4 years. New Freshman records were recorded in the high jump (5 5 " ) by Jeff Johnson and the mile relay team (4:08) by Bruce Hilton, Mark Waskiewicz, Kevin Williams and Jeff Johnson. The strength of ten men . The starter has a heavy responsibility . WE THEY 88 Almont 35 67 Imlay City- 65 Capac 25 51 Marine City 72 90 Armade 33 68 Chippewa Valley 51 41 Utica Ford 82 76 Marysville 47 66 St. Clair 56 80 Harper Woods 43 80 Armada - 42 • Richmond 32 29 Port Huron 94 Central Won 8 Lott 3 Runners to your marks . Never look back . 81 Wrestling WE THEY 56 Marysville 3 40 P.H.C. 18 41 St. Clair 18 37 Capac 16 24 Chippewa Valley 21 45 Marine City 11 20 Anchor Bay 34 47 Yale 12 45 Marlette 9 49 Hartland 12 41 Goodrich 12 44 Lakeville 12 47 Lutheran East 11 45 Yale 15 39 Lutheran East 13 47 Capac 10 52 Marine City 12 41 Marlette 18 Size him up , Duane ! The Algonac Matmen have seen their greatest season thus far, winning seventeen of their eighteen dual meets. They placed second in the " Bay Area Tournament , ’ ' and were the championship team in six other tournaments, including the " S.C.A.L. League Tournament’ and the " State District Tournaments. " In the League, Algonac had six individual champions. They included: Mike Giamportone, Bill Kelly, Steve Goerlich, Demetrius Green , Craig Humes, and Darcy Diot. Algonac was led this year by their one-hundred and five pound captain, Mike Giamportone. Both on and off the mat his leadership and determination were part of the strength of Algonac. Other seniors include: Sam Allen, Craig Humes, and Mike Farver. All were varsity wrestlers and assets to the team . They gave courage to the younger wrestlers . Other achievements this year include Junior, Steve Goerlich, who became the biggest winner at Algonac with over eighty career victories. Also this year Algonac collected its one -thousandth win. With visions of better years to come, Algonac’s wrestlers look forward to the coming seasons. Drop it ! 82 FRONT ROW: Mike Farver, Cal Dunn, Steve Goerlich, Craig Humes, Mike Giamportone, Bill Kelly, Demetrius Green, Dennis Dunn, Tom Bates. MIDDLE ROW: Doug Warwick, Mike Arakelian, Tom Farmer, Chris Morrison, Gary Fecteau, Ron Giamportone, Ken Reynolds, Bob Giamportone, Jim Way. BACK ROW: Coach Wight, Brian Newman, Greg Cronce, Joe Domanski, Jim Arpan, John Leatzau, John Zelenock, Duane Rietzler, Cindy Fisher (manager). ’ ’ Boy , what a work out ! ’ Don’t let him get you down. 83 Up and Over. Gee, it looks different like this. Pin! Pin! Pin! The winner, and still champion! 84 GAA FIELD HOCKEY: (A TEAM) FRONT ROW: Vickie Seamen, JoAnn Clearwood, Kim Hartman, Judy Rolowicz, Gail Bishop, Gina Rock wood, Linda Pioch, Dawn Vigliotti. BACK ROW: Linda Peters, Debbie LaParl, Ann Hill, Teri Igel, Fran Shorkey, Cindy Guillot, Barb Koch, Mickey Kelly, Diana Jessup, Coach Eglinton. 85 FIELD HOCKEY: (B TEAM) FRONT ROW: Kelly O’Phee, Lynn Harrington, Chris Cassady, Julie Pioch, Gwen Morrison, Cindy Weiland, Kim Domurat, Shari Beauregard. BACK ROW: Mrs. Eglinton, Deann Dryer, Shirley Hill, Sue McLeod, Doreen Grote, Marie Jorgensen , Patty Furtah, Karla Schlottman, Jan Hartman. FIELD HOCKEY: (C TEAM) FRONT ROW: Diane Sharrow, Cindy Fisher, Leslie Kowalski, Brenda Beavers, Debbie Koprowski. BACK ROW: Miss Shaw, Diane Romzek, Doreen Tazzioli, Laura Pellerito, Lori Goodwin, Janet Rolewicz, Linda Crampton. i Serve ’em a Whopper. Don’t let the smile fool you. Girl ' s Volleyball was added to the High School Athletic Program for the first time this year. The team, led by Co-Captains Barb Koch and Vickie Seaman finished a successful season with five wins and one loss. The J.V. team finished the season with a 4-2 record. Under the direction of Mrs. Eglinton , G . A . A . members again participated in Field Hockey and Volleyball. Mean Barbara Jean. 86 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Eglinton, Kelly O’Phee, Vicki Seaman, Pat Korneffel, Barb Koch, Doreen Grote, Sue McLeod, Cindy Hubbarth, Kim Hartman, Joann Clearwood, Jan Hartman (manager). J.V. VOLLEYBALL: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Eglinton, Kim Domurat, Cheryl Beaulieu, Joan Milner, Lisa Roehrig, Doreen Tazzioli, Linda Rzeppa , Diane Romzek , Diane Sharrow . Good block, Vickie! Volleyball Set it up! She’s short but she’s tough. 87 Junior Varsity BASEBALL: FRONT ROW: Mike Arakelian, Mike Pitzer, John Krieg, David Dodge, Tom Gordon. BACK ROW: Gary Fecteau, Jerry Gordon, Steve Waskiewicz, Coach Koltz, Don Stieler, Jim Schieble, Greg Hogert. NOT PICTURED: Jerome Williams, Leo Vernier, Mick Meldrum. Where ' s the ball? They call him the streak. BOTTOM ROW: Shirley Hill, Marie Jorgensen , Shari Beauregard. MID- " Gimme an a.” DLE ROW: Nancy Potter, Kelly O’Phee. TOP ROW: Robbie Dickerson, Kim Westbrook. Smile you’re on Yearbook Camera! BASKETBALL: LEFT TO RIGHT: Kevin Thompson, Jim Sauber, Kevin Balduck, Mike Pitzer, Chris Zelenock, Don Stieler, Joe Bayones, Mark Williams, Bill Tolley, Joe Sauber, Bob Cartwright, John Krieg, Woody Alef, Dan Newman, Jim Schiebel (manager). NOT PICTURED: Coach Koltz. Freshmen CHEERLEADERS: FRONT: Laura Pellerito. LEFT TO RIGHT: Laurie Issacs, Joni Ambrose, Diane Edwards, Wendy Page, Karen Senkmajer. FOOTBALL: FRONT ROW: Randy Kowalski, Bill Lindberg, Kevin Fournier, Bob Giamportone, Steve Knight, Jerry Braun, Dave Crawford, Dennis Dunn, Peter Beaureguard, Tom Farmer, Jeb Kenney. BACK ROW: Chris Morrison (manager), Duane Rietzler, Jeff Sadilowski, Jim Sauber, Frank LaParl, Dave Batchelder, Greg Cronce, Kurt Robinson, Bob Sears, Chris Zelnock, John Leatzau, Tom Prior, Coach Marzec. BASKETBALL: FRONT ROW: Ron Kreuger, Steve Knight, Peter Beaureguard, Dave Crawford, Jeb Kenney, Coach Horsley. BACK ROW: Larry Dodge, Eric Herfert, Bob Sears, Gary Meld- rum, Bud LaParl, Mark Pilarowski, Todd Hick. Varsity Cheerleaders FRONT TO BACK: Cyndi Ragland, Dawn Vigliotti, Cindy Hubbarth, Bev Galletti, Lynn Aud, Diane Langell, Patti Borowiec, Debbie Kuhn. y - Hey Dad ! 92 Dah . . . What should I do? Don ' t just stand there, do something. Basketball VARSITY BASKETBALL: FRONT ROW: Carl Weeden, Coach Duva, Mike Horeftis. BACK ROW: Rick Erdmann (manager), Jim Garrett, Rick LaParl, Rich Farver, Mark Farr, Chris Mauk, Tom Neuner, John Highstreet, Dave DuVernay, Tom Cassady, Steve Faucher, Rusty Chatfield. This year ' s Basketball Team completed a good season with a 13- 8 record . The Muskrats were a run and gun and pressing team . Their defense was one of the top defenses in the area . The Muskrats were led by Seniors Rusty Chatfield, Jim Garrett, Tom Cassady, John Highstreet and Dave DuVernay. They received an added scoring punch from Junior Rick LaParl. In their last game of the year, the Muskrats tried a stall and almost upset Marine City, but they fell short 14-12. This received much criticism and publicity , but it was done to win , and it almost worked . All in all , the team had few problems and had a good time playing basketball. 94 WE THEY 73 Harper Woods 58 44 Chippewa Valley 63 49 Lutheran East 63 62 Clintondale 56 51 Marysville 49 55 Armada 32 47 St. Clair 45 55 Anchor Bay 29 39 P.H.C. 36 63 Cros-Lex 50 56 Marine City 70 66 Chippewa Valley 71 62 Harper Woods 60 46 Marysville 50 68 Lutheran East 54 49 St. Clair 46 58 Anchor Bay 49 71 P.H.C. 57 61 Cros-Lex 69 48 Marine City 74 12 Marine City 14 Wish we had form like that! Up and at ' em, John! 95 Who moved the hydrant? TVA ' Jack of all trades. 96 Faculty Administration MR. ROBERT FORD Principal 4 MR. PATRICK WELCH Asst. Principal FRONT ROW: Marjorie A. Thomas (Sec.), Bernard J. Nugent (Pres.), Eleanore G. Trix (Treas.). BACK ROW: Thomas E. Bessemer (V.P.), James F. St. Amand (Trustee), Otto K. Rose (Trustee), Richard Cowper (Trustee). MR. GEORGE APPELMAN Music MR. RODGER AVERS Social Studies MRS. SANDRA BADE English MR. DENNIS BASINSKI Business Education 102 MRS. MARSY BURNS English MR. THOMAS CVENGROS Counselor MRS. SHERYL DANKE Art MR. GREGORY DUVA Social Studies MISS MARY FOX Home Economics MRS. JANE EGLINGTON Physical Education MR. RICHARD GARRETT Physical Education MISS KITTY GILLESPIE English Clean-up time! Louis Rochon, Mathematics. MR. GREGORY GODFREY Social Studies MR. RODNEY GREENWOOD Social Studies MR. JAMES HOLMES English MR. LA VERNE HORSLEY Mathematics 103 104 MRS. PATRICIA HOUSTON Business Education MR. HUGH JACKSON Science MISS MARY JONES Business Education MR. DAVID LABUHN Social Studies MR. JAMES LENORE Industrial Arts MR. TERENCE MAKI Mathematics MR. JOHN MARZEK Mathematics MR. ALLEN McLEOD Counselor Back to the bibliotheque . MR. DENNIS McMAKEN Vocal Music MR. ARTHUR MEGANCK Social Studies MR. JAMES MUSSON Industrial Arts MR. GLEN POTTER Industrial Arts MR. MICHAEL PRITCHARD Science MRS. MARY ROBERTSON Mathematics MRS. CAROL ST. MARY Home Economics MRS. ESTER STREIT Counselor Best ending I ever heard. 105 MR. DONALD WEITZEL Foreign Language MR. JAMES WESOLOSKI Government MR. DONALD WIGHT Physical Education MR. JOHN ZELLERS Foreign Language I don’t know, do what you want. Patricia Yockey, An. 106 This year’s yearbook is dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. George A. Johnson. Mr. Johnson was raised in Mancelona, Michigan. He graduated from Ferris State College where he played four years of football and majored in English and accounting. He also received a Master’s degree in Administration at Wayne State University. Mr. Johnson served in the United States Army from 1942- 1946 and became an ordinance captain. Ann Kratz (Mrs. Johnson) grew up in Philadelphia, Pa. She graduated from Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pa. after receiving a full paid scholarship through a world- wide College Board Entrance Exam. Mr. Kratz (a well known Philadelphia lawyer who entered college at age 13) heard of a school teaching job in Onaway , Michigan. Ann Kratz began teaching there, and as God would have it, so was George Johnson. They were married in May of 1941. Mr. Johnson joined Algonac High School in 1941 as a business education teacher. He became principal in 1947 and became superintendent in 1969. Mrs. Johnson began teaching in 1957 and retired in 1974. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have been active in school, community and church. The Johnsons are as close as we will ever see to perfect citizens and Christians. Juniors CLASS OFFICERS: TOP TO BOTTOM: Sandy Santavy (S.C. Rep.), Sue Fecteau (Pres.), Linda Peters (S.C. Rep.), Laura Avers (V.P.), Teddy Carpenter (Treas.), Mr. Meganck (Advisor), Linda Jacobs (Sec.), Mr. Godfrey (Advisor). Cyndee Allen Gale Ames Jim Angers Kyle Appleman Mike Arakelian Carol Astemborski Kandy Brandt Threse Bonenberger Frank Cona Ranee Craig Glen Cleary Tammy Coppola Dave Degowske Ann Devine Lorrain Dickerson Joe Dion Dave Dodge Jeff Duceatt 1 1 1 Teri Getz Ron Giamportone Clyde Gibbons Barb Gillis Chris Gitie Steve Goerlich Pat Fisher Jan Fournier Shirley Frazho John Garshott Nancy Geml Steve Faucher S ue Fecteau Bob Felster Dave Fernandez 112 Joe Haynes Doug Henry A1 Hick Dan Hintze Jim Karner Pat Kaufman Jeff Kempkins Walt Kenzie Dave Kettlewell Debbie Klungler 113 Debbie Knox Karen Komar Jeff Kondogan Pam Korneffel Colleen Koster Karen Kuhfeldt Joyce McCoy Pam McNiff James MacDonald David Meeker Mick Meldrum Tim Meldrum Sandy Miller Cindy Minken Lori Minnich Mary Mini Colleen Molnar Debra Momingstar Wendy Myers Becky Nason Tom Neuner Paul Osgood Rich Pierson Linda Peters Mike Piacentini Sue Pilath Ellen Probest 114 Janene Prudhomme Anna Pruss Adam Prybylski Cyndi Ragland Mary Rappa Amanda Richards Virginia Rose Paul Sands Lori Sass Angela Schenk Kurk Schulte Joe Schultz Mike Schuman Allene Smith Steve Story Debbie Sutherland Guy Thomas Wayne Tomsha 115 Steve Williams Cyndi Wisdom Dennis Wise Duane Dobbin Neil Donnelly Jay Downing 116 Deb Nosakowski Chris Oliver Dan Osieczonek 117 Sophomores CLASS OFFICERS: RIGHT TO LEFT: Shirley Hill (S.C. Rep.), Terry Mayer (Rec . Sec.), Mr. Musson (Advisor) Joanne Sauber (Pres.), Doreen Tazzioli (Treas.), Mrs. Bade (Advisor), Linda Avers (V.P.), Kim Domurat (Coit . Sec.), Kim Finley (S.C. Rep.), not pictured. Lance Axtel Dave Baclawski Rick Baker Keven Balduck Patti Bates Tom Bates Shari Beaurgard Gloria Bertrand Carly n Bevins Woody Alef Vickie Arneil Brian Arnold Jim Arpan Nancy Austin Linda Avers Thelma Bevins Bette Birgbauer Sharon Boghian Dan Bryans Robert Cuomo Mike Davidson Tina Dawson Yvette Desilets Mike Devine Robbie Dickerson 121 Tammy Dixon Renee Dimattia Vivian Dixon Doreen Dodge Joe Domanski Kim Domurat Dan Durow DeAnn Dryer Joe Dulac Cherie Dusky Thelma Emerick Bill Endicott Amy Erdman Ed Erdmann Susan Evans 122 Douglas Forrest Pat Fournier Ron French Pennie Fritz Patty Furtah Dave Gallo Chris Garshott Margaret Gibbard Dick Gill Ellen Gillis Tony Gitre 123 Anne Hampe Lynn Harrington Ronda Hatfield Michelle Hayes Shirley Hill Cindy Hiller Bruce Hilton Mary Hintze Carol Hoey Bryan Hoffman Greg Hogert Kathy Jaros Diane Jessup Diane Jezdimir Barb Long Mary Lowes Jim McDonald Sue McLeod Becky McNiff 124 Cheryl Majors Doug Martin Tammy Martin Ken Mason Murle Mayle Cheryl Meldrum Rodger Peterson Joe Petras Julie Pioch Mike Pitzer Joan Milner Roseann Mini Jack Moran David Morningstar Dee Dee Polczynski Georgie Pollock Nancy Potter Ken Powers Randy Randolph Geri Rausch Julie Reynolds Julie Richards Karl Richardson Kin Robinson Diane Romzek 125 Rose Rzeppa Joanne Sauber Bob Sauer Claudia Schenk Stacy Schenkus a Karla Schlottman Karl Schnoor Warren Schnoor Debbie Schuman Carol Schuster Terri Shew Jim Singleton Greg Smith 126 Linnea Talkat Rose Talluto Joan Tamulewicz Brenda Venhuizen Jane Verneulen Leo Vernier John Vigliotti Bill Wallace Harold Ward 127 Mark Waskeiwicz Sharon Watson Peggy Warner Jim Way Cindy Weiland Jack Scovoronski Tim Siefert Tom Szy»nanski Harold Thomas Sandy VanHeck Patrick Hemenger Rosemary King Brian Mackenson Sammie Mannina Donna Marten Terri Mayer 128 Lori Blair Many Buck Carl Colman Robbie Dickerson Joe Domanski Kim Domurat Kaihy Gorczyca Eve Harper Sandra Abraam Russ Achatz Kim Alex Joni Ambrose Lynda Arneil Jean Arpan Mary Coppola Suzanne Cowper Linda Crampton Dave Crawford Greg Cronce Michael Cuomo Oresa Cuihberson Terri Daniels Nadine Davis Rodger Davis Sharon Dawson 131 Belinda Falzon Tom Farmer Rita Farr Tina Fletcher Kevin Fournier JoAnn Francis 132 Dennis Henry Eric Herfert Todd Hick Cheryle Hintze R. Hoeminghausen Greg Hubbarth 133 Beth Hudson Cindy Isaacs Lauri Isaacs Jerry Jeakle Timothy Johnson Ken Jones Scott Logan Molly Loy Terri Lozen Stan Lupenski Kim McAllister Debbie McClure William MacDonald Mike Mackey Sue Malinski Donna Mangas Kevin Mann George Marble Jim Martin Marvin Martin Ted Marquardt 134 Susan Maten Margaret May Donna Mease 1 Mark Meeker Gary Meldrum Jill Meldrum Leanne Molesworth Lori Moran Suzanna Morehouse Diane Momingstar Cheryl Morrison Chris Morrison Gretehn Mueller David Nosakowski Ann Nugent Tom Ockington Wendy Page Dorothy Parr Laura Pellerito Jerry Phillips Mark Pilarowski Debbie Pitzer Annette Poole Virginia Porter Kathy Powers Mark Pray Tom Prior Michele Prudhomme Dale Puro Carrie Rauch Randy Reed 135 Duane Rietzler D. Robinson Lisa Robinson Janet Rolewicz Frank Romps Charlotte Ruckert Michele Sampier Jim Sauber George Schudlich Ken Shulte Mark Shulte Diane Sharrow Ted Sharrow Sheri Shew Bill Sneath Dave Sobolieski Rick Sparenborg Jan Stockwell David Sprague Mark Stager Scott Stockwell Patti Sullivan Maxine Stephens Larry Taylor Earl Tesch Lynn Thiel Debbie Tremonti Lori Trudeau Joe Tucker Sue Thomas Tracy Thueme M C Liz Tolley 137 Tom Vandenbossche Mark Vigneron Sue Walker Jana Walter Bonnie Warner John Warner Laurie Yax Chris Zelenock Laurie Wright Kevin Yacques Georgette Yax Dawn Klungler Jennifer Mensen Dave Osieczonek - Yearbook CO-EDITORS: Rusty Chatfield and Bev Galletti PHOTOGRAPHER: Sue Fecteau TYPIST: Kathy Meldrum, ASSISTANT EDITOR: Sandy Santavy 140 PHOTOGRAPHER: Rodger Peterson PHOTOGRAPHER: Liz Gerber The 1974-75 Yearbook Staff started out the year with enthusiasm and new ideas . There never seemed to be a minute’s rest from drawing layouts, typing, editing, developing and printing pictures. We struggled to meet every deadline , but we always managed to get done on time . We would like to add special thanks to Jim Garrett for being our reliable proofreader and to Jim Way for helping us with copy . ADVISOR: Mr. Weitzel 141 Exchange Students Keki Bucchioni (Italy) Eduardo Guiterrez (Colombia) This year Algonac High School has three exchange students. They are Efrain Isaac, Eduardo Guiterrez, and Keki Bucchioni. Efrain Isaac, nicknamed ,, Popeye, ,, came to Algonac from Baranquilla, Colombia, and is staying with the Angers family. He enjoys snow skiing and tennis and he plans to try out for the tennis team in the Spring . Popeye wants to attend the University of Florida with his brother Jorge, a past exchange student of Algonac High. He hopes to someday become a doctor. Eduardo Guiterrez came to Algonac from Bogata , Colombia , and is staying with the Majeska family. He likes Algonac very much and he even likes our cold weather! He plans on playing tennis in the spring with the Algonac tennis team. His future plans are not set yet, except, he plans on going to college in the United States. Keki Bucchioni, our exchange student from Rapallo, Italy, is staying with her Aunt and Uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Germano Baroni. Keki is a great sports fan and enjoys tennis, javelin throwing, and shotputting. Keki also participated on the Girl ' s Varsity Basketball Team. Keki, now a junior, plans to finish her junior year in Algonac and then go back to Italy to finish out high school. After graduation , Keki has hopes of attending an Italian university to become a language interpreter. Efrain Isaac V. (Colombia) 142 BUS DRIVERS: FRONT ROW: Gloria Shew, Joyce Desilets, Gay Paquette. BACK ROW: Bill Wilson, Janet Jokill, Doris Long, Mary Todd, Sandy Coomer, Evelyn Kilgore, Addy Dickson, Shirley Furtah, Phyllis Knox, Joan Brown, Henry Lake. COOKS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Sharrow, Mrs. Folkerts, Belva Draper, JANITORS: Charlie Martin, Eugene Cheryl Buzzo, Mrs. Knight. Osieczonek. 143 Behind Our Locker Doors Within the Walls of A.H.S 146 Behind the Classroom Doors 148 Achatz’s Restaurant Adair Auto Supply Algonac Cabinet Center Algonac Drug Store Algonac Meat Market Algonac Savings Bank Algonac Tool and Manufacturing Company Anchor Bay Plastics Company Art ' s Artie Cat Ballctti, Dr. Albert Beacon Hardware Bell Harbor Marina Bob and Dee ' s Bar Jim Bowerson ' s Clate Service Capri Restaurant Carpet Haven Cieglo, Mrs. Ann of Walt’s Bay View Inn Claey’s Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning Clark Super 100 Colony Bowl Colony Clinic, The Colony Inn Colony Marine Sales D R T. V. Service Dairy Queen Decker ' s Landing Decorating Center Dickie Dee Marina Dixie Grill Dog n ' Sud’s Dorothy’s Gift Shop Drift Inn Bar and Marina Ed’s Mower Service Fair Haven Food Market Folkert’s Shoe Store Foss Drug Store G S Service George ' s Bait Shop Gram’s Groesbeck Marine Hank’s Bar, Fair Haven Harmony Motel Hick’s Village Pharmacy I.G.A. , Algonac Sara Ippolito’s Insurance Agency Johnnie Lega’s Bar Kay ' s Restaurant Wesley I. Knechtel, Business Machines Koch’s Jewelry Store L and C Grocery Landscape Service Co Leo ' s Market Lumber Jack Builders Incorporated Lyle ' s Marina Mayea Boat Works Meldrum Company Realtor, Fair Haven Newman ' s Dance Studio Owen ' s Anchor Bay Collision P.D.Q. Press Pearl Beach Bar Motel Pete’s Sunoco Tom Phillip ' s Homes Incorporated I The Pier’s Dining and Cocktail Lounge Point Tremble Marina Point Tremble Market Poole ' s Market Prim Cleaners Prior Plumbing and Heating Fred J . Raymond Realtor Ray’s Bait Real Estate One Reinnard’s Cadillaqua Rene’s Port Lounge Ken Robinson Mobile Homes Algonac Ron’s Hair Stylings John A. Rowling Incorporated Save-U Gas Station Schefges Hardware Schnoor Realtor, Haven Seaway Farms Market, Mr. and Mrs. Basney Sharrow’s Service Sheila’s Do or Dye fe|$auty Salon Smith Sabin Florist Standard, Chester A. Thompson Marvin Stapley I Contractor Sunoco Tip’s Bait and Tom’s Marine | Tru-Bend Company Vernier’s, Fair Haven Water-Way Bar Yankee Pottery Fair V- %3I Personal Patrons Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Abdella Thomas Besemer and Family Laurie B. Bi Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Breck Mr. and Mrs. James A. Brown Jr. Rev. and Mrs. Allen E. Buck Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield Virginia and Sam Coomer Gill Cooney ! Robert L. Hagg, D.D.S. and Mrs. Herbst Ct i-Ai and Mrs. Lawre Ippolit nd Mrs. R. M. r Karner 31 Mrs. Gerald 1 Mary Lozowski 4 Mr.yand Mrs. Xed Meldrur ' B nard J. Nugent ! 4 mi . and Ml . rank A. Sass Carl and Eviel tieler t Eugene x. t. The Senior Class does not only have memories to look back on , but now they have the future to look forward to. There are many doors, both opened and closed that lie in their paths, and many new opportunities which must be explored . It is our hope that each door will open up a new and better life, and that each individual will reach their goals with success and happiness. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Of- (L CdU r ' L 1974-75 Yearbook Staff Mr. Donald Weitzel - Advisor Mr. Frank Storer of Storer Spellman Studios Mr. Sam Slis - Taylor Representative 152
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