Algonac High School - Algonquin Yearbook (Algonac, MI)

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Windows on tho world Watching . . . 1 gSo o c 7£t cJ at cjfytgonac czHigti Sctioot 5200 Zfaft c oad = 9 onac, J LcfiLgan 48 OO 1 Q oLumz 58 2. Contents xovjincj 1. A fall day entrances Tom Mrldrum and Nancy Benoit. 2. Chris Davis, Amy Stager, and Ray Jacks enjoy the state park. 3. A sunny afternoon gives Sandy Major and Jill Taylor time for their horses. 4. In the art courtyard, a budding Picasso emerges (Cliff Williams). 1. Tom Marchin, Jim Keibler, and Earl Rausch demonstrate their skills as " can-can " dancers. 2. CHoosy CHeerleaders CHoose Jif to provide a CHoking experience for Tina Morici. 3. The annual mum sale causes a bit of commotion, but is always a lot of fun. 4. Rusty Gerow assists Ron Grosso in gaining some yardage for the Muskrats. 5. Andrea Wingrove and Robin Sachs on the move against Cros-Lex. 7 . 1. Doreen Benke aims for accuracy. 2. Robin Redmond captures in costume the spirit of Dress-up day. 3. Muskrats need love too! 4. 6th hour finds the band outside practising for halftime. 5. Rockers, Dixie Littlefield, Diane Kaczor, and Shari Maniaci keep the chairs moving. 6. Class of ' 80 leads the cheering section. 7. Exhaustion is evident as Steve Johnson and Craig Avers push on. 8. The good ole " boys in blue.” E.C.E.C. 1. The late hours and cold temperatures put Betty Zech to sleep. 2. Sandy Fuchs sets up evening entertainment — BINGO. 3. Nanook of the North, alias Kim Manthey keeps warm. 4. Candles flickered through the rainy night for Cindy Karl and Linda Campagna. 5. Who burned the popcorn?! says Margarite Warner. Still ECCKING... 10 . Rock-a-thon LI, spends 24 hours for special people B.O.E.C.’s 3rd annual Rock-a-thon was held October llth-12th. About $5,000 was raised by the 50 rockers for Special Olympics. Parents and restaurants from this area provided a great deal of help. The nurses really worked hard and there was a lot of co-operation from everyone. Even though it was cold and rainy (tspical AHS Rock-a-thon weather), and most of the rockers’ time was spent on the porches, everyone had fun and lasted the whole 24 hours. Ms. Jones was happy that everyone wanted to rock for Special Olympics rather than just for the fun of it. Sue Ch and hccrs brought ou Th lorn and Pam D lonna MoFarla m Tina hou Stone Shari rn on go Purtan ongratulating the listen Di Pctr roc zazntncj 1. Sherry Major finds the library a quiet place to study. 2. Shelly Heim demonstrates the art of " clowning.” 3. Title IX has liberated all classes (Deanna Lindsay). 4. " Mikie II” enables Todd King and other advanced Math students to get experience with computers. 5. Psychology I demonstrates the quiet art of meditation. 12 . 1. Kim Busultil checks John Foster ' s Mood pressure while Mike Rzeppa handles the skeleton. 2. Sandy Beaver keeps th« books are urate. 3. Recipes become edible through Dave Glowskis and Mike WrubeTs hands. 4. Rieh Robinson. Tom Haag, Gary Vigneron find now ways to create explosions. Hats, Clashes, Wagons, Odd Women And a Slave Sale — Thrown Together Means Only One Thing — An odd assortment of ’things’ ' happened during the week of October 1. Wagons were filled to the brim with passengers and were led down the hall while strange looking ladies suddenly walked out of the guys’ locker room. Wednesday, October 3, Varsity Club members met the " fun thirsty” crowds while being auctioned off. These slaves had some very tacky get ups to wear Thursday for their owners. " It was one of the most interesting weeks I ever had.” (Louie Morici) 14. Spirit Week 2 . 3 . 4 . 1. Did you know dial one of Dave Besemer ' s favorite pastimes is picking up women. In this ease, it ' s Kathy Keibler. 2. " What ' s up. Doe? ' says Sandy Bingle. 3. As you can see, Randy Krause is a real " slave " to his bottle. 4. Debbie Chalmers and Dawn Sadeki await Laura Gerber to lower the flag. 5. All aboard for the Jeff Hagedon Express. 6. Carron Hinkle and Laura Lauzon work feverishly to finish. 7. Ann Sanehagrin runs from the furious Mr. Sehlaaek as the " junior card " looks surprised. 8. Cathy Cross proudly pulls the freshmen mini float. 9. Jenny Petrovich and Lisa Yax lead sophomores story book around the gym. 8. 9. Excitement Fills the Night Air . . . October 5, 1979, was a night to remember, at least for Gail Hamlin. The night air was stiff with excitement and Gail felt, " Scared stiff” when her name was announced, " I just wanted it to be over. It’s something I’ll never forget. My dad was so excited. Tears were rolling down his face, he was so proud of me.” 1. Soph. Reps: Ken Toth and Angie Astemborski. Fresh Reps: Bill Meldrum, and Sheila Zitton. Senior Reps: Brian Peterson, Ginger Yohnicki, Pam Weeden, Mike Lozon, Gail Hamlin, Jeff Tatro, Tracy Herbst, Steve Arman, Carolyn Haag, and Dave Besemer. Junior Reps: Ann Sanchagrin and Mark Hoover. 2. Gail Hamlin smiles with escort Jeff Tatro. 3. Kay Mackey hands the spirit jug over to winner and Dolores Kruger collects it for the Senior class. Pictured on opposite page: 1979 Homecoming court: Tracy Herbst, Carolyn Haag, Angie Astemborski, Gail Hamlin, Pam Weeden, Ann Sanchagrin, Ginger Yohnicki, and Sheila Zitton. Homecoming 17. JC 1. AHS’s M iss Universes show their talent. 2. Andy Petrovich with the Seniors’ winning float. 3. Jeanette Bischoff, Robin Sudberry, and Jackie Peters enjoy the Homecoming dance. 4. Carron Hinkle arranges Homecoming mums. 5. Freshmen window: Fantasyland. 6. Sophomore window: 101 Dalmations. 7. Mike Dennis watches Diane Land receive a mum. 8. Junior window: Alice in Muskratland. 9. Tom Arpan and Dave Green were tired from all of the Homecoming activities. 7 . 18 . Wild Week at AHS If a visitor would walk into our school during the week of October 1, they’d probably freak- out! Almost anything goes! There are flowers, a dance, windows, and even the world’s ' Miss (?) Universes,” performing for all to see. All in all, it is one of the craziest weeks all year. Cheerleaders Keep the Rats Going Football cheerleaders, led by athletic director, John Warwick, kept the spirit of AHS going despite the disappointing season. At times the shouts and clapping that could be heard throughout the halls after school might have been a little annoying, but it was worth the excitement they started at the assemblies and games where they kept everyone moving. Participation on the cheerleading squad is demanding. Practices and weekly games tie up weekends for the girls. However, leading the school makes up for the freezing weather and rainy days. " The most exciting thing about cheerleading is cheering for a great team.” (Lynn Koss) 2 . 3. VARSITY: Dolores Kruger, Debbie Chalmers, Kay Mackey, Lynn Koss, Shelly McMasters, Betty Raulerson, Laura Gerber, Sue McFarlane 1. Jackie Peters, Carron Hinkle, Cathy Cross, and Sharon McClure show their spirit at a J.V. football game. 2. Varsity and J.V. cheerleaders combine skill for " Supermounf 3. The Varsity cheerleaders and students of AHS are in a mad race to win the spirit jug. 4. The J.V. squad does a fancy mount at the Royal Oak Shrine game. 5. Debbie Chalmers cheers on the team with her winning smile. Football Cheerleaders 21. Varsity Tackles Tough Season Competing in a strong league provided many challenges for the varsity football team. As hard as they tried, they experienced frustration. New Haven and Imlay City provided winning situations. The Imlay City game was Homecoming, which Algonac hasn’t won in over 5 years. According to Mr. Schlaack, coach, " Defense was our strong point, but we had too many problems, including many injuries, poor practice conditions and not enough locker space. The only time team spirit was good was when they thought they were winning.” " We had enough talent, good coaches, but we didn’t take advantage of it.” (Jay Martin) " We had enough talent, but we had too many bad breaks.” ( Ken Southard) Five players were elected to the All League team. They were: Russ Witherspoon, Ron Grosso, Frank Zelenock, Tom Marchin, and Kevin Rausch. 2. l. AHS 0 • Royal Oak Shrine 35 AHS 12 • P. H. Central 13 AHS 0 • Cros-Lex 9 AHS 0 • Bay City Handy 34 AHS 22 . 1. Dennis Seaman turns up the field to gain yardage. 2. Strong defense of Algonar stops the opponent. 3. Rusty Gerow discusses different plays with Mr. Schlaak while Mr. Koltz looks on. 4. Jeff Hurd and Dennis Seaman clear the way for Tom Marchin. VARSITY FOOTBALL: First Row.Randy Krause, Jim Keibler, Joe Lafriniere, Ron Grosso, Russ Witherspoon, Jay Martin, Kelly Morris, Cliff Williams, Second Rou ; Earl Rausch, Scott Johnson, Eric Schenkus, Mike Sharrow, Scott Westbrook, Dave Boulier, Ken Southard, Frank Zelenock, Jim Hintze, Dennis Seaman, Mr. Sudberry, Don Wight (manager); Third Rou Mr. Schlaack, Ron Graebert, Tom Gilbert, Keith Greene, Jerry Mangas, Jeff Hurd, Richard Robinson, Todd King, Bill Andresen, Glenn Weiland, Rusty Gerow, Kevin Rausch, Mike Rose, Tom Marchin, Mr. Koltz. mlay City 6 AHS 14 • Marysville 42 AHS 0 • Dearborn Hts. Annapolis 14 AHS 12 • Anchor Bay 48 AHS 13 • New Haven Varsity Football 23. JV Muskrats Display Potential Twenty-four Muskrats took to the field on this year’s JV squad. After the first two games, they began to work as a unit, becoming more competitive, ending the season 4-5. Coached by Mr. Shafer and Mr. Craven, the team had a strong defense and passing attack. Bill Kemp, Quarterback, Ken Toth, End, Shawn Gough, Guard, Jeff Moran, Linebacker, and Pete Daniels, Fullback, helped lead this team to strength as a unit. " Next year, we’ll be great, even to a state championship. We have a great offense and defense.” (Ken Toth) " Offense and defense were good, but tight ends were best.” (Jeff Kodet) l. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL: First Row: John Foster, Dave Licari, Todd Roth, Steve Daniels, Brian Beaver, Jeff Moran, Bill Kemp, Rick Vernier, Phil Biland, William Morris, Second Row: Ken Toth, Steve Grosso, Eric Avers, T. J. Fernandez, Greg Kreuger, Ron O’Toole, Ken Sessor, Matt Stien, Jeff Kodet. Third Row: Mr. Shafer, Ken Reid, Dave Sauber. Tom Durik, Shawn Gough, Cliff Wierszewski, Andy Sygit, Mr. Craven. AHS 0 • Royal Oak Shrine 32 AHS 14 • PH Central 32 AHS 26 • Cros Lex 8 AHS 6 • l-akeshore 10 AHS 6 • Imlay 24 . City 10 AIIS 26 Marysville 8 AHS 6 • Armada 24 AHS 12 • Anchor Bay 0 AHS 12 • New Haven 6 Season 4-5 Junior Varsity Football 25. Improved Record Shows Effort " Our defense played exceptionally well. Larry Buhagiar and Rob Doane led the defense in tackles. Offense, led by Dan Schumacher, who gained over 100 yards in four games, helped the freshman team come together for the first time. " (Coach Richardson) Depth provided a problem. Some players had to play both offense and defense. More players for the freshmen squad would help this situation. Mr. Richardson was very pleased with team performance. " We played with 20 young men who gave their best effort in practice and the game.” " The offense played well, but we needed to work as a team.” (Ward Dryer) 1st row: Paul Fisher, Eric Wilhelm, Ralph Koroleski, Tony Menkel, Dan Schumacher, Harvey Schultz, Bill Hogsett (manager), 2nd row: Dan Tolliver, Steve Cope, Tim Meldrum, Larry Buhagiar, Ken Biland, Stuart Geer, 3rd row: Mr. Richardson, Rob DeLong, Steve Bullis, Steve Allegoet, Jim Vernier, Rob Diane, Scott King, and Pete Wilson. AHS 0 • Mt. Clemens 6 AHS 8 • Cros-Lex 16 AHS 10 • Richmond 0 AI1S 20 ♦ Imlay City 0 26 . 5. 1. Dan Schumacher kicks off to Anchor Bay to get the game under way. 2. Extraordinary defense on Algonac’s part helps stop the opponent from gaining yardage. 3. The offensive line opens a hole for Dan Schumacher. 4. Harvey Schultz heads up the field for a touchdown late in the game. 5. The side line watches the game anxiously. 4. AHS 0 • Marysville 14 AHS 16 • L’anse Cruese North 35 AHS 14 • Anchor Bay 16 Freshman Football 27. Team Exertion Reaps Rewards Girl’s varsity basketball, along with their new coach Mr. Young, showed a lot of strength out on the court this season. The team had a season record of 4-12. Mr. Young feels the best thing the team had going for them this year was their spirit. Everyone had faith in themselves and the rest of the team. " We had a lot of trouble organizing, but the team members had a lot of momentum towards the end of the season.” (Ann Sanchagrin) ' There were rough times and good times, but we pulled through.” (Millie Petrovich) VARSITY BASKETBALL: First Ron : Ann Sanchagrin, Lisa Wood, Sonja Moore, Lori Beauregard, Andrea W ingrove. Second Rou : Robin Sachs, Julie Brown, Diana Lang, Sue Kurrle, Millie Petrovich, Kim Busuttil, and Mr. Young. AHS 23 • Port Huron 30 AHS 44 • Marysville 58 AHS 21 • Anchor Bay 40 AHS 37 • Roseville Brablee 51 Howell 46 AHS 30 • Anchor Bay 39 AHS 27 • P.H. Central 53 AHS 49 • Cros-Lex 27 AHS 40 • Howell 45 28. 1. Julie Brown adds to the points with an accurate shot. 2. Quick on the rebound, Lori Beauregard snatches the ball. 3. Cros-Lex attempts to stop Sonja Moore’s shot. 4. Lori Beauregard scores another two. 5. Julie Brown stretches to tip off the ball to her teammates. AHS 29 • P.H. Central 47 AHS 49 • Cros-Lex 26 AHS 28 • Imlay City 41 AHS 49 • Marysville 67 AHS 45 • AHS 32 • Holy Cross 26 AHS 35 • Imlay City 34 AHS 40 • Anchor Hay 44 Varsity Basketball 29. Muskrats Master Basketball Skills Girl’s J.V. Basketball also received a new coach this year, Mr. King. Even though the team won only one game, they kept on going and never once thought of giving up. Mr. King said, " Even though we only won one game, and this was my first year as a coach, I thoroughly enjoyed working with the girls. I learned a great deal and hope to continue coaching in the future.” JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL: First Row: Tonja Schulz, Tammy Santavy, Laurie Moehlman, Kelly Plett. Second Row: Mr. King, Sharon Prudhomme, Lisa Weaver, Beth Yaney, Mary Sygit, Marie Clark, and Dawn Nichter. AHS 10 • Port Huron 24 AHS 18 • Marysville 19 AHS 24 • Anchor Bay 44 AHS 20 • Roseville 40 AHS 16 • 54 AHS 17 • PH Central 47 AHS 25 • Cros-Lex 27 AHS 17 • Howell 45 AHS 30 • Holy Cross 20 30 . 1. A Cros-Lex player tries to stop Beth Yaney’s offensive move. 2. Mr. King directs a time out strategy session. 3. Laurie Moehlman aims an accurate shot. 4. Nyn Wood fires a fast maneuver down the court. PH Central 40 AHS 23 • Cros-Lex 32 AHS 13 • Imlay City 35 AHS 21 • Marysville 38 AHS 25 • Anchor Bay Junior Varsity Basketball 31. VARSITY: First Row: Karen Reynolds, Jessie Wesoloski, Karen Bachler, Karen French, Corrine Kronner. Second Row: Denise Mayle, Laura Sharrow, Juana Huston, Nancy Bates, Mrs. Elginton, Karen Vermeulen, Lisa Boyer, Kris Foguth AHS 0 • Ann Arbor Greenhills 4 AHS 0 • Ann Arbor Huron 2 AHS 0 • Sacred Heart 0 AHS 1 • Liggett 0 32. Teamwork, Experience: Keys to Success " Varsity Field Hockey shows evidence of more experienced play this year. The trend should continue since the team is only losing two seniors, co-captains Karen Reynolds and Karen Bachler. The team hopes to see these girls playing collegiate field hockey next year. " This year saw an increased schedule adding a game with Country Day. The private schools continue to offer the girls great challenges which the Muskrats look forward to and enjoy. " The Kingswood Tournament was the coldest is history! This team never gives up and continues to maintain a pleasantly positive attitude throughout all kinds of weather, long bus rides, many Big Macs and not always harmonious vocalizing.’’ 1. Accuracy increases concentration for Denise Mayle. 2. Karen French takes the hall down the field away from the goal. 3. Mrs. E. instructs Kathy Schucknect on the use of the timer during a game. 4. Taking ball up the field with speed Nancy Benoit and Nancy Bates outrun the opposition. 5. The team cheers each other on before the game starts. AHS 1 • Liggett 1 AHS 2 • Country Day 1 Varsity Field Hockey 33. Effort: Key to Improvement «. V The Junior Varsity Field Hookey team was made up of all new players this year. The season opener against Greenhills occurred after only ten days of instruction. These girls followed the Varsity lead and adopted their own philosophy of setting realistic goals that could be accomplished. Improve! They sure did — from big losses to hard fought ties. Field hockey is wonderful for your health! Ask the Junior Varsity players. JUNIOR VARSITY: First row: Irene Mitti, Doreen Benke. Marcia Smith. Linda Fuchs, Pam Gerace, and Cheryl Vanover. Second row: Kris Foguth, Nancy Benoit, Sue Monte, Laura Bated, Lisa Boyer, Mrs. Smith (Coach), Donna Rccor, Christine Knight, Donna Boyer, and Kim Maul. 5 . AIIS 0 • Ann Arbor Greenhills 3 AIIS 0 • Ann Arbor Huron 7 AHS 0 • Sacred Heart 4 AHS 0 • Liggett 2 34 . 6 . 1. Kim Maul fights for the ball with an opponent while Doreen Benke comes in to assist her. 2. Irene Mitti tries to gain the ball away from an opponent. 3. Donna Recor passes the ball off to Doreen Benke. 4. Chris Knight hits the ball to a teammate. 5. Donna Boyer readies to make a free hit. 6. Dawn Sadecki and Kris Foguth try to gain possession of the ball. 7. Dawn Sadecki and Nancy Benout enjoy oranges passed out at half-time by Junior Varsity Coach Mrs. Smith. 7 . AHS 0 • Sacred Heart 1 AHS 1 • Country Day 1 Junior Varsity Field Hockey 35. AHS 204 • Port Huron Central 181 AHS 193 • Cros-Les 181 AHS 194 • Imlay City 228 AHS 210 • Marysville 207 AHS 187 • Marysville 1 74 AHS 175 • Anchor Bay 21 1 Team Average 185.7 Tied for third in dual mat 36 . Golfers Tee Off, Putt Their Way to Strong Season With the coming of the fall, the golfers took to the course achieving the high school history breaking record of 5-5. They came in tied for third place in the dual matches and placed fourth in the league golf meet. Mr. Duva gives cred it to the returning lettermen. " The team really took the game serious and everyone contributed a great deal to the team. " (Rocky Bianchini) " Everyone did well and it was a team effort. " (Gary Vigneron) GOLF: First Rou: Mike Winkler, Kurt Chornoby. Roy Bianchini, Gan Vigneron, Mike Smith. Second Rou : Mr. Duva. Jeff Thomas, Tom Haag, Mike Humes, Darrel Rietzler. 174 AHS 180 • Anchor Bay 192 AHS 195 • PH Central 169 AHS 189 • Cros-Lex 193 AHS 178 • Imlav City ches 4th in league Meets Golf 37. Cross Country Strides to a Strong Finish Cross Country ’79, led by co- captains John Russell and Doug Avers achieved its best record in the history of the school with seven wins and only one loss. Fantastic describes their performance in the league standings, coming in second for the second year in a row. Avers and Russell made the first and second All League Teams respectively. Their guidance and also the strong finishing of Randy French, Kevin Schulte, and Mike Schmidt led the team on to a great season. W-. ' Ip CROSS COUNTRY: First Row: Gil Bowers, Randy French, Doug Avers, John Russell, Kevin Schulte, Mike Schmidt, Dave Vermeuen, Second Row: Jim Kirby, Bill Cetnarowski, Brian Pearcy, Tom Meldrum, Craig Avers, Bill Jones, Jim Cetnarowski, Steve Johnson, Mr. Avers. AHS 16 • I.’anse Cruese 40 AHS 34 • P.H. Central 21 AHS 22 • Cros-Lex 35 AHS 19 • Yale 36 AHS 20 • Invitational • 26th Holly Invitational • 1 1th Royal Oak Shrine Invitational • 7th Bishop Gallagher Invita 38 . 1. Randy French, John Russell, and Doug Avers showed strong leadership this season. 2. Randy French leads the race with Kevin Schulte in close pursuit. 3. The physical strength needed to run a mile shows on the face of Kevin Schulte. 4. Co-captains John Russell and Doug Avers lead the team on to victory. 5. Runners line up, waiting for the gun to go off. Imlay City 43 AHS 26 • Marysville 29 AHS 19 • Port Huron 37 AHS 17 • Anchor Bay 38 West Bloomfield tional • 3rd St. Clair County Meet • 5th State Regional Meet • 1 1th S.C.A.L. league Meet • 2nd Cross Country 39. Winter Division 41. Student Council Plans Activities Co-ordinating all the events in a school is more involved than it originally seems. Student Council this year faced a few challenges including two new advisors, Mr. Craven and Ms. Broeder learning the ropes, and a Homecoming in three weeks. Everyone worked together adding new innovations including gym decorations and window painting. Led by officers, Kay Mackey (President) Pam Delonnay (Vice President), Laura Braun, (Secretary), Lynn Koss (Treasurer), and Dave Besemer (Sergeant at arms), the group scheduled fund raising activities, planned assemblies and tried to keep everything together. Assemblies are a welcome break during the day. This year Student Council entertained with O.J. Anderson, a Mime Artist, a free concert. Road Dreams, Mr. Muskrat appearances. Student Faculty Game and the Christmas Assembly for Goodfellows. 1. Kay Mackey presents Algonquin Jr. High with high school gift at the December dedication. 2. 0. J. Anderson entertained the students during a recent assembly. 3. Glinda Recor, Jessie Wesoloski, Robin Sachs, and Sonja Moore sign up with Annette Gallo, Johanna Banocy, Wendy Grote and Ann Kasperowicz to vote for the Homecoming Queen. 4. Jackie Peters takes notes as Mr. Harlan from Gail and Reed Agency presents information on assemblies. 5. Candy Corry convinces Mr. Muskrat to have a share in Christmas joy. 6. Ann Kasperowicz, and Kim Busuttil listen intently as the discussion on who will wear the Muskrat continues. Student Council: First row: Kevin Batchelder, Lynn Koss, Pam Delonnoy, Tracy Hurst, Laura Braun, Kay Mackey, Dave Besemer, Karen Reynolds, Laurie Scovoronski, Sue McFarlane, Dolores Kruger. Second row: Ms. Broeder, Tom Haag, Debbie Chalmers. Mike Harper, Diane Misany, Scott Westbrook, Shari Stoner, Denise Cedar, Rusty Gerow, Mr. Craven. Third row: Jenny VerVaecke, Tammy Santavy, Annette Gallo, Wendi Grote, Laura Lauzon, Kim Busuttil, Ann Kasperowicz, Jenny Petrovich, Debbie Meldrum. Fourth row: Colleen Stiltner, Sheila Zitton, Rita Perhogan, Cathy Cross, Terri Draves, Janet Lipowski, Karen Burgess, Missy Gallaher, Johanna Banocy. Fifth row: Tim Kensora, Glenn Weiland, Ann Sanchagrin, Rose Wight. NHS Promotes Scholarship On February 8, 1980, another group of Juniors and Seniors officially became members of the NHS chapter. Being a part of this organization involves more than just grades. The qualities of Character, Service, Scholarship and Leadership are evident in each person. Speaking at the assembly, Lisa Wood, Lynn Koss, Tracy Hurst, and Dave Besemer illustrated these qualities in daily school life. Jonean Buck Rosenberry, ’78 spoke on the significance of the Society. Eleanor Jablinski former Math teacher and NHS sponsor, emphasized these traits as found in many American leaders. Parents of newly inducted members were present to see the tapping ceremony. Members of the NHS participated in the ceremony by lighting the candles to welcome the new members. First Row: Laura Gerber, Robin Breck, Sandy Beaver, Kim Werner, Tracy Hurst, Lisa Wood, Lynn Koss, Jane Bonenberger, Pam Delonnay, Carolyn Haag. Second Row: Mrs. Gregg, Kathy Thomas, Kay Mackey, Debbie Yax, Laurie Scovoronski, Theresa Mihelich, Laura Braun, Karen Bachler, Laurie Olownuik, Karen Reynolds, Theresa Buckenmeyer. Third Row: Kathy Landsberg, Dave Green, Dave Besemer, Sue McFarlane, Bonnie Hewelt, Tracy Herbst, Tim Kensora, Todd King, Melissa Matthews. Fourth Row: Jeff Williams, Tom Haag, Gary Vigneron, Mike Mihelich, Mark Hussey, Tim Benoit, Jeff Hagedon, Pat Hart, Randy French, Betty Raulerson. Fifth Row: Jill Taylor, Paula Peterson, Mary Neuman, Robin Sachs, Nancy Batuk, Debbie Chalmers, Patti Biland, John Taylor, Marcia Smith. 1. Tracy Hurst speaks on the importance of scholarship in the National Honor Society. 2. Karen Bachler lights the candle of Melissa Matthews at the induction ceremony. 3. John Taylor is inducted by Randy French. 4. Laurie Olownuik officially welcomes Patti Biland into the Honor Society. 5. Paula Peterson, Marcia Smith, Todd King and Tim Kensora stand with their lit candles as members of the honor society. 6. Mrs. Gregg welcomes the guest speakers at the assembly. National Honor Society 45. Co-operation, Service, Friendship: BOEC Involved is the one word to describe BOEC this year. Membership increased 100%, allowing them to receive yet another award in a series of awards and certificates. BOEC, among other things, sold bagels, shakers, Candy-grams, and spirit sticks. The members also worked concession stands at games. They contributed towards Special Olympics by sponsoring their annual Rock-a-thon October 12 and 13. Also, handicapped kids had BOEC members helping them ride horses in the fall and spring after school. Competitions are a very important part of BOEC. Local competitions were held January 12 at AHS, with many people placing, and even those who didn’t, going on to Regional competitions on January 26 in Flint. Members who placed in Regional competitions go on to State competitions March 12, 13, and 14 at the Renaissance Center. If they place there in at least third place, they will go on to National competitions in Minneapolis, Minnesota. BOEC First row: Sandy Beaver, Kim Warner, Diane Misany, Mr. Kuzdzal, Gay Linn Martin, Ms. Jones, Theresa Mihelich, Bonnie Hewelt, Sue McFarlane, Second row: Gail Hamlin, Tracy Herbst, Paula Peterson, Laura Braun, Pam Delonnay, Brian Pearcy, Tom Soulliere, Lynn Koss, Third row: Linda Campagna, Debbie Yax, Liesa Brown, Betsy Endelman. Sharon French, Sandy Fuchs, Connie Grantz, Chris Nett, Fourth row: Jo Daugherty, Laura Hering, Paula Braun, Shari Stoner, Denise Dellaporte, Sue Hubbarth, Michelle Patana, Laura Richards, Marcia Smith, Fifth row: Betty Zech, Renee Mehl, Sue Monte, Debbie Christy, Katie McPhetterson. Sue Danials, Sharon Maniaci, Diane Kaczor, Tammy Santavy, Sixth row: Kathie Schuknecht, Kim Manthey, Annette Cuthbertson, Debbie Maniaci, Margaret Wagner, Denise Markowski, Donna Yax, Denise Cedar, Julie Lauzon, Katie Menkel, Seventh row: Tina Petry, Lisa Yax, Jori Taylor, Arlene Koster, Paula Sneath, Nadine McCormick, Lisa Saph, Angie Astemborski, Jenny Petrovich, Chris Davis. REGIONAL WINNERS: Information Cor 5th, Betty Zerh — 7th, Information Cotth Extemporaneous Verbal 11: Gay Jenny Petrovich — 1st, Sandy Bingle — mm! nication 1: Annette Cuthbertson — I: f atira Braun ' — 6th, Stb, Extemporaneous Verbal I: ob Interview 1: Tina Petry 4 . 1. Kim Werner, Tom Soulliere, and Debbie Yax keep warm during the wee hours of the morning. 2. BOECers hard at work. 3. Pinoechio (Paula Braun) and football player (Liesa Brown) pull the BOEC float. 4. Liesa Brown and Debbie Yax ' ' light up " the office during Christmas. 5. Shari Stoner, Mike Harper, Ann Sanchagrin, Scott Westbrook and Diane Misany rejoice at gaining another point in the Class Feud. 5 . B.O.E.C. 47. c 1 . THE KEYBOARD This year’s Rat Review staff put the paper out bi-monthly. Only in its second year, the Journalism program is very successful. 6 . 8 . X 5l3 a J %s A The Yearbook Staff prepared the new members through workshops. This provided training to produce the best book in Algonac. f I found out about all the work that went into one little book. " Colleen Sicken Dedication became an important word for both groups. Deadline pressures added grey hairs to staffs and advisors. 7 . s A A 1. Frank Zelenock and Mr. Shafer discuss today’s news. 2. Keeping all the underclassmen together adds another Excedrin headache to Sara Harteker’s day. 3. Jim Calcaterra and Mike Braun keep proportions exact laying out the paper. 4. New ' staff members Jill Taylor, Renee Mehl, and Mike Rager learn layouts from Ms. Broeder. 5. Jim Potter works on the light grid sheet for the Rat Review. 6. Sue Kowalski carefully glues her picture dow n. 7. Connie Robinson scrubs away at the Yearbook carwash. 8. Everyone has to try a hand at paste- up as Jim Keibler illustrates. Yearbook Newspaper 49. Ml A Skill Center Provides Experience Traveling daily by bus, Algonac students head to Mai7sville for vocational education programs at the St. Clair County Skill Center. This program is open to juniors and seniors in a large number of fields. Set in a modern facility, students get practical experience in programs from building construction to data processing. Instruction is provided by personnel actively involved in the working fields. Realistic job training is a major goal. l. 1. Guy Turner prepares to paint the next car. 2. Joe Polly prepares lunch for the hungry crowd at the Skill Center. 3. Prepping his engine, Alan Vandenbossche gets ready to paint. 4. Dave VerVaecke, Tim Larabell, Gil Dysarczyk, Doug Redmond and Mark Tews make sure the snowmobile is ready for the winter. 5. Jeff Williams programs the computer. 5 . 50. Skill Center Smiles make the world smaller Gustavo Bianchi Gustavo finds living in Algonac fabulous — From his first description of the city, he did think that it would be much smaller. Life in the US does differ from his homeland of Italy. His experience of living with the Baroni family is very enjoyable. High school life will end soon in Italy for Gustavo and then he will go on to study medicine. As for AHS: " I like the school because I find the people friendly. The system here is different and I don ' t get bored here.” experience for Gil Villaneuva of the Philippines. When he first arrived, he didn ' t notice much of a difference between his home here and his home on the other side of the world, but as time progressed he realized that people here tended to be more open. He also found that school was much different (especially the attendance policy.) In Gil ' s spare time, he enjoys collecting motorcross magazines and building model cars. He also enjoys water skiing and ice skating. Luckily, he is staying with the Majeska family living right on the water. When Gil returns home, he plans on attending college, then there is a possibility of returning to the US. Henrik Sjogren Henrik Sjogren, better known simply as Hank, is the only exchange student at AHS from Sweden this year. Many things are different from Sweden particularly in the area of school spirit. " With so many activities that are taking place in school there is a lot of spirit. In Sweden there are no band activities and hardly any sports. The curriculum of the two schools varies considerably with everything from attendance to the variety of activities. It is also very important to Hank to be in a school with a large number of musical activities. When Hank leaves life with the Paul Peterson family, he will return home to join the Swedish navy. From there? " After that work to get money so I can come back to the US.” Coming to Algonac turned out to be an exciting Rhessa Silva While living in the US, Rhessa learned much about the contrast between the cultures of Algonac and her native home in the Philippines. At home she had maids that took care of the necessities of life, and informal social customs (dating, recreation, etc.) were part of the new American experience. Living with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Majeska is one aspect of American life that she will never forget. Once Rhessa goes back home she is planning on going to school at one of the Universities and hopefully pass her medical courses. Gil Villaneuva Sounds of Music Echoes through halls Christmas concert, 1979, added a new dimension to the experience of chorus members. Performing to a sell out crowd, the chorus sang their hearts out at the new Gilbert Auditorium at Algonquin. Bea Garshott and Lisa Fernandez played for the Mixed Chorus. Mr. McMaken was very pleased with Bea Garshott and her solo, " Oh Holy Night”. Mr. McMaken said that this year’s choir was much better and was singing more difficult literature better. Exchange student, Henrik Sjogren, really added to the guys section. MIXED CHORUS: First Row : Mr. McMaken, Bea Garshott, Laura Richards, Chris Nett, Betty Zech, Cindy Karl, Annette Atherholt, Jody Newman. Second Row: Connie Grantz, Gwen Thoma, Annette Cuthbertson, Robin Breck, Lisa Fernandez, Debbie Maniaci, Elaine George, Candy Corry. Third Row: Sheila Zitton, Tracey Prather, Kim Leegstra, Cathy Cross, Kathy Schuknecht, Johnna Banocy, Donna Langell, Fourth Row: Lillian Gohl, Terri Powers, Glenn Sadlowski, Jeff Hurd, Henrik Sjogren, John Tucker, Tim Bland, Debbie Waller. GIRLS CHORUS: First Row: Mr. McMaken, Pam Davis, Cindy Burnette, Denise Bevins, Michelle Kanalos, Debbie Dunn, Denise Warwick, Jody Newman, Connie Hart, Second Row: Pat Rivard, Debbie McLane, Denise Markowski, Sharon McClure, Terri Powers, Pam Gerace, Ginny Powers, Lisa Prince, Debbie Waller, Donna Kicknosway, Joann Clark, Brenda Jaster, Janice Orchard, Dawn Chapman, Shelly Kaatz, Sandy George, Fourth Row: Lisa Mongeau, Kelly Mai inski, Collene Munson, Diana Kaezor, Debbie Stager, Cathy Laza rz, Margaret W agner, Paula Smith. v i j M 4 rmw. v % t » r 4. V M w • i! I 3 • I M 1 I |t| t | t |P Q i ;§ a 1 ji i I’ - - I ( 52. Chorus I Stage Band and all that jazz continue trend of excellence. As one of the most popular bands in this area, the Taft Road Jazz Society is in constant demand. Under the direction of George Appelman, Stage Band has been in existence for more than a decade. With only 18 members, the Taft Road Jazz Society provides the excellence of a major band. Perhaps one of the most active and talented groups in the school is the Majorettes and Precisionettes. Chosen early in the year, these groups with their shining costumes and bright smiles entertain many people at football games and concerts. Taft Road Jazz Society, First Row: Wayne Brockley, Bill Jacks, Mike Mihelich, George Appleman, Brian Peterson, Kevin Mynv. Second Row: Dan Parsed, Nancy Parr, Jim Potter, Henrik Sjogren. Third Row: Bea Garshott, Ken Toth, Kathie Siebert, Karl Malik, Janis Matthews, Dan Kramer. Fourth Row: Dick Poole, Kevin Batchelder, Tom Frenandez. 54. Stage Band Above: MAJORETTES: Lisa Saph, Denise Cedar, Jori Taylor, Carolyn Haag, Pam Weeden, Doreen Kramer, Renee Cleary , Chris Banocy, Angie Astemborski, Cindy Olivares, Kells Hammang, Ginger Yohnicki. Dave Besemer, Veronica Kloeffler, Tracy Herbst, Dawn Avers, Cathy Lafriniere. Below; PRECISION ETTES: Melanie Kenny, Connie Clark, Janet Lipowski, Sheila Zitton. Mollie Brown, Julie Lauzon, Mendi Knight, Jeanette Bischoff, Lana Hollway, Lisa Schulte, Johanna Banocy. Be Felster, Jenny Petrovich, Kelly Banocy, Lynn illiams. Dave Besemer, Laura Langan, Kim Kaatz, Shari Stoner, Jackie Avers. Carron Hinkle, Laura Braun, Paula Jaros, Annette Gallo. Ann Kasperowicz, Kim Treppa. Heidi Bell, Shells Kaatz. Michele Kanalos. Melissa Gallaher. Not Pictured: Laura Braun 1. Ken Toth, Kathie Siebert, and Karl Malik fora brass line up. 2. Music comes alive with Mike Mihelich and Brian Peterson. 3. Majorettes stand at attention to lead the band. 4. Operating in perfect harmony, Precisionettes entertain during halftime. 4 . Band plays on, keeping the beat . . . With a drum roll, the Algonac High School Band took the field once again. Playing with vigor, and headed by David J. Besemer, the band rallied our players on as well as providing a spectacular halftime program. Under the direction of George Appelman, one hundred eleven different people combined instruments to produce musical quality. The 80 band found themselves involved in many activities including marching for the football games, showing Algonac ’s support for the Iran hostages, pep band at basketball games and supporting their programs through the candy sale. 3 . 1. Pep band members wait for their rue to announce the Queen representatives. 2. A bright fall afternoon brings the band outside for marching practice. 3. Dave Besemer leads the band onto the field during pre-game activities. 4. Precisionettes and band members cheer on the team at the game. 56 . INTERMEDIATE BAND: First Row. Shelly Meldrum, Heidi Bell, Lisa Powers, Mary Williams, Nanry Benoit. Eric Cuthbertson, Candy Corry. Rob Doane, Mike Roland. Second Row: Margaret Jacks, Lisa Hoover, JoAnne Clark, Tammy Pray, Lillian Gohl, Kim Rose, Lance Surdey, Dave Avers, Pat Hader, Don Kernahan, Dale Jones, Jim Calcaterra. Third Row: Debbie Bender, Debbie Fisher, Tina Morici, Margo Carr, Becky Henry, Doris Blommer, Russ Eggli, Jim Bond, Jim Kirby, Jim Meldrum, Dale Langell, Fourth Row: Pete Kujawa, Mike Smith, Frank Foguth, Eric Arpan. BAND: First Row: Katherine Landsberg, Debbie Chalmers, Betsy Endelman. Paula Peterson, Mary Neuman, Juana Houston, Deana Lindsay, Lana Hollway, Denise Allen, Patty Wenchovsky. Second Row: Boa Garshott, Liesa Brown, Laurie Olowniuk, Dolores Kruger, Melissa Matthews, Brian Peterson, Bill Jacks, Kevin Myny, Wayne Brockley, Paula Jaros, Sandra Beaver, Chris Davis, Tracy Hurst, Kelly Corry, Jim Campagna, Mike Humes. Third Row: Ann Lang. Veronica George, Julie Brown, Theresa Buckenmeyer, Michele Beauregard, Mike Braun, Debbie Smith. Diane Misany, Kaye Ramp, Kevin Schulte, Keith Wood, Mike Mihelich, Don Dusky, Dave Besemer, Patti Biland, Kay Mackey, Don Wight, Janis Matthews. Babette Wilson, Fourth Row: Dawn Marsden, Glynn Scruggs, Katie MaePhetterson, Tammy Santavy, Jennifer VerVaecke, Jeanette Cuthbertson, Lynn Scovoronski, Diane Kodet, Sandy Hanifan, Kathie Seibert, Laura Gerber, Karl Malik. Ken Toth, Dan Kramer, John Andresen, Bill George, Julie Ferrara, Pam Felt, Joe Baker, Ray Jacks, Cheryl Schroeder. Marianne deNavarre. Fifth Row: Kevin Batchelder, Carol Beaulieu, Eric Glasius, Pat Dennis, Scott Freeman, Tony Kirby, Mark Calcaterra, Dick Poole. Doug Avers, Pat Hart, Kelly Morris, Corey Visiten. Mike Wilson, Garth Knight, Rene Hill, Ken Biland, Rhonda Norman, Steve Brown. Dan Parsed, Nancy Parr. Jim Potter, Henrik Sjogren, Wendy Westbrook, Mr. Appelman. MAJORETTES: Angie Astemborski, Lisa Saph, Cindy Olivares, Denise Cedar, Jori Taylor, Kelly Hammang, Ginger Yohnicki, Carolyn Haag. Pam Weeden. Veronica Kloeffler, Tracy Herbst, Doreen Kramer, Daw n Avers. Renee Cleary, Cathy Lafriniere. Chris Banocy. Band 57. Varsity Club Promotes Sports. Membership on a Varsity sport enables one to be a part of the Varsity Club. Members offer themselves for sale during Spirit Week. Not only do they have to do a number of things to be sold, they must then spend a day working as a slave. This year, the Varsity Club also eo-sponsored the Tiger-Faculty Game held to a sell out crowd in February. 1. Mr. Maki and Mr. Jackson battle one of the Tigers for the ball. 2. Mr. Shafer and Mr. Young move in on a vast break. 3. Kevin Rausch attempts to swim to freedom. VARSITY CLUB: First Row. Gil Bowers. Kevin Schulte. Jim Keibler, Ron Grosso, Deb Chalmers, Jim Calcaterra, Tom Marchin. Second Row: Tom Gilbert, Tim Kensora, Ann Sanchagrin. Rusty Gerow, Betty Raulerson, Tom Arpan, Jay Martin, Rob Loafman. Third Row: Don Wight, Lynn Koss, Randy Krause, Kelly Morris, Dave Green, Karen Reynolds, Lisa Wood, Gary Vigneron. Fourth Row: Laura Gerber, Sue McFarlane, Earl Rausch, Dolores Kruger, Glen Clark, Millie Petrovich, Julie Brown, Scott Johnson, Fifth Row: Mr. Wight, Scott Westbrook, Dave Besemer, Rose Wight, Glen Weiland, Todd King, Russ Witherspoon, Tom Haag, Mr. Warwick. Chess — Logical Thinking In another active year, the Chess Club is sponsored by Mr. Trotter and Mr. Kuzdzal. This year’s officers are: Steve Brown, President and Dennis Rieck, Vice President. Meeting once a week on Wednesday to practice for league play from February to May, the group finds all sessions challenging. The team, this year, isn’t involved in fund raising because of the successes of the past two years. " I like playing chess because you use your brains and it’s a way to relax.” (Dennis Rieck) f T like it and I can’t lose with the competition Fm going against.” (Steve Brown) CHESS CLUB: First Row: Steve Brown, Dennis Rieck. Second Row: Ken Griest, Dave Mackey, Tim Knapp, Lisa Mongeau,77urd Row: Mr. Trotter, Mike Prudhomme, Rob Bell, Tom Johnson 1. Hank Sjogren plans strategy. 2. Kevin Myny takes a move in a crucial game. 3. David Mackey and Tim Knapp meet in a challenge match. " You’ve grown up in two turbulent decades . . .” (Senator Carl Levin, 12-3-79, Algonquin dedication). The ’70s which saw us through junior high and high school provided challenges questions and advancements. Inflation — became a common password. We watched prices go up on every item. " Cruisin’’ as a popular activity of the past now became too expensive. Ecology became important as we became aware of our environment. From the marches and demonstrations of the early ’70’s, we saw problems close to home including Three Mile Island and chemical contamination. We began the decade with Vietnam and ended with Iran and Soviet threats in Afghanistan. To all of us, it was a little frightening. America celebrated her 200th birthday in 1976. The dream of democracy remained a reality. Despite the problems and concerns, the excitement of the Bicentennial remains a hope for the future. To mark the passing of tin decade the River Rat staff conducted a poll w ith Ms. Shagena’s classes, and the 6th hr. of Mrs. Gregg, Mrs. Bade, Mr. Sudberry, Mr. Wesoloski, and Ms. Broeder. The results follow: NATIONAL EVENTS: 1. How old were you when Nixon resigned? age 6: 1; age 8: 24; age 9: 59; age 10: 28; age 11: 42; age 12: 10; age 13: 4; age 14: 3 2. Did Watergate change your opinion of government? yes: 51 no: 91 3. If the US declared war on Iran, would you feel that this was a just war? yes: 1 14 no: 53 Would you go? yes: 80 no: 80 We would be protecting our rights as humans.” Jeanette Bischoff 4. Do you think Vietnam was a productive war? 10; a waste of time? 83; a commitment that the US had to fulfill; 62 5. Has the gas crisis affected your lifestyle in any way? yes: 44 no: 103 " Yes, because more of my paycheck goes into m tank.” Eric Mills " There an so many things to do these days, but with the gas prices it limits where you can go. " Beth Sylvester 6. Have you personally been affected by the rising crime rates? yes: 24 no: 139 Has any member of your family? yes: 44 no: 103 7. Do you think capital punishment would solve anything? yes: 95 no: 61 8. Is some member of your family c urrently employed by Chrysler? yes: 25 no: 146 SOCIAL 1. Name one product besides gas, that has had the biggest increase in price: (Sample of answers: houses, food, coffee, gold, clothes, Harsens Island Ferry, school lunches, submarine sandwiches and oil.) 2. In the last 10 years, we saw a lot of challenges to what we eat (cancer warnings, PBB. etc.) Do you find that you arc concerned about what you eat? yes: 72 no: 92 Arc there any products that you will not eat because of the warnings? yes: 59 no: 87 3. In 1970. the voting age was 21. Now it is 18. Do you feel that at 18. you will hr prepared to vote ? 60. NOTICE THIS DISPENSER IS COMPUTING THE PRICE RY ONE HALF GALLON UNITS AND THE TOTAL PRICE DISPLAYED IS ONLY ONE HALF OF THE ACTUAL SALE. PAY TWO TIMES TOTAL PRICE DISPLAYED. 1. In 1970 calculators were an expensive item. Carolyn Haag now uses a pocket calculator as part of her advanced math class. 2. Water and ice have been a constant challenge during the past few years. 3. In 1970, the dress code was changed to allow slacks. Now jeans are common. 4. Gas was only 3(K a gallon 10 years ago. As it heads over $1.00 per gallon, we pay by the half gallon. yes: 131 no: 24 " I think people are prepared to vote by the age of 18 because they know more about politics.” (Pamela Soper) 4. The past ten years have seen attitudes toward women change. Do you think ERA should be passed? yes: 80 no: 66 5. Favorite type of music: disco: 6 rock: 109 hard rock: 18 other: 18 LOOKING AHEAD: 1. What do you expect to be doing 10 years from now? Working in the Pentagon. Dawn Avers Working at a good job and bringing in the $. Larry Rekar Working as a doctor. Dave Glowski Designing fashions. Kay Mackey Electronics engineer. A. R. Krause Working in a hospital. Lisa DeVlaminck 2. What is one positive goal that you have for our society in the future? To be a teacher and help young children learn. Kelly Hammang To treat everyone with respect and abolish wars. Roberta Arpan That gas prices go dow n before I get my license. Angie Astern borski That prices won’t get so high that we will all have to live at poverty level. Jackie Huff Signs of the Times 61 . AHS Faculty 1970 to 1980 1 . Strength in a school rests in the faculty. Algonac is very fortunate to have a dedicated, involved faculty. The quality of education available is evident to all. Aigonac is also fortunate to have a number of people who have been involved in education at the high school since 1970 and before. The people pictured here were on the staff in 1970 and 1980. 1. Mr. Wight, Mr. Ford. 2. Mr. Holmes, Mrs. Eglinton, Mr. Potter, Mr. Trumble, Mr. Appelman, Mr. Jackson, Mr. Garrett. Mr. Blanck, Mr. Avers, Mr. Lenore, Mr. Treppa, Mr. Musson. 3. Mr. Weitzel, Mr. Godfey, Mr. Meganck, Mr. Pritchard, Mr. Wesoloski, Mr. Greenwood, Mrs. Huston, Mrs. Buck, Mrs. Streit, Mr. McLeod. ' 70 Algonquin to ' 80 River Rat 80 River Rat is number 58 in a long line of yearbooks. It has grown from soft covered books in the beginning to its current 208 pages. In 1970, Mrs. Patricia Huston was the advisor with Renee Theume, the editor. 450 copies with 88 pages were printed by Taylor Publishing Company for a cost of $2,093.47. The ’70 Algonquin broke tradition adding the first color in the yearbook with a color picture of the school. The ‘80 River Rat brings a new name and the first 3 . color section inside the book. In 1979, the School Board decided to name the new junior high Algonquin. After much debate, the staff decided to rename the book, with the new name reflecting both the geographic location and the school mascot. This year’s book contains 208 pages with a printing run of 750 copies. Printing is still with Taylor Publishing. Costs for this book run close to $10,200 this year. Some things never change in the course of yearbook production. Deadlines are always a nightmare for everyone concerned. To quote, Renee Theume, from the ’70 Senior Edition, she will never forget the " Yearbook deadlines we met (or didn’t meet).” The ’80 staff echoes those sentiments! 62. V % ' s a Of Ni£E ASK!L for. Worldwide Boycott 7 as Of Iran Is Pushed i» “ « usnea House ty te , { fc «T XeX ‘ °„ e flety ws er’s oirn miracle $ 3 ‘Uti a n, H „.. «rr » " i fp,y:: S, nat ' ‘lb December, 1979 brought many crisis situations to our area. Chrysler faced serious problems and we watched 50 people held in Iran as hostages. As of this printing, the hostages remain captive in the American embassy with possible release. (2-12-80) TV has become a part of life for everyone. Throughout the years, we have grown up with many favorites including the top shows from the last 10 years (AHS survey): HAPPY DAYS, MASH, BRADY BUNCH, STAR TREK. The top shows of 1980 are: SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, MORK AND MINDY, SOAP, GENERAL HOSPITAL. Music groups are also very important with the following as tops: VAN HALEN, LED ZEPPLIN, STYX, JOURNEY. Ten years ago, the class of 70 had dreams and aspirations as they faced the last months of their senior year. In December, 1979, the staff contacted by mail a sample of 20 from the class of 70. We are grateful to Susan (McDonald) Pastor, Ann Marie Smith, Patricia Allen, Audrey (Mangas) Genaw, John Kenzie, Jr., and Eileen (Misany) Brown for responding to our survey. FAVORITE HANGOUT: Henry’s, Kay’s and Dog and Sud’s. POPULAR MUSIC: Beatles, Motown, Beach Boys, Rock and Roll, Rolling Stones. SCHOOL FASHIONS: Skirts, dresses, mini skirts. (In 1970, the dress code changed allowing the girls to wear slacks but not jeans.) THE TEACHER THAT HAD THE BIGGEST INFLUE NCE ON YOUR LIFE: Mr. Greenwood, (P. Allen, J. Kenzie); Mrs. Eglinton (A. Genaw); Mr. Blanck and Mr. Greenwood (E. Brown); Mr. Treppa (S. Pastor); Mr. Trumble (A. Smith, ADVICE TO THE CLASS OF ' 80: Seek college and make sure of your decisions through work and marriage — Audrey (Mangas) Genaw. Don’t rush it — take time to enjoy every day. — John Kenzie, Jr. Don’t be selfish — self-centered in your ambitions. Eileen (Misany) Brown Just to think very carefully about what they want to do in the future before they jump into anything with both feet. And even though at times, things will look bad and do not seem to be going right, there is always hope. — Ann Marie Smith Take your education very seriously now and in the next few years w hether that includes college or not. Don’t commit yourself without a great deal of thought. Remember you can really do what you want. — Susan (McDonald) Pastor Do the best you can in life. — Patricia Allen Looking Back, Looking Ahead 63. 1 . VARSITY Bottom: Renee Cleary. Ladder: Sue MrFarlane, Joann Hudgens, Kay Mackey, Dolores Krueger, Debbie Chalmers, Lynn Koss, Denise G dar. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom: Missy Gallaher, Lisa Saph. Middle: Johnna Banocy, Cathy Lafriniere, Jori Taylor, Jenny Petrovich. Top: Robin Sudberry, Angie Astemborski. 1. Lynn Koss, Denise Cedar, Sue MrFarlane, and Kay Markey help lead the varsity team on to another win. 2. Varsity rheerleaders show the team what it takes to w in. 3. J.V. rheerleaders, Cathy Lafriniere, Robin Sudberry and Angie Astemborski get the crowd fired up. 4. J.V. cheerleaders get the Muskrats psyched up to beat Marysville. 5. Varsity squad performs as arousing cheer at halftime. 64 . Spirited Cheerleaders Add Sparkle to Season Cheering for the dynasty of winning teams at AHS is exciting. " Go Muskrats” rang through the hail as Algonac’s teams found themselves ranked in the state. Led bv advisors, Linda Avers, the girls met to practice and perfect cheers. Banners for the team were at each game adding to the excitement to title contention. Dedication is a key part of the cheerleading squad. Not only do they need to practice their cheers and routines, but their social life is involved with a heavy schedule of games all winter. Basketball Cheerleaders 65. Rats Rise to Victory Varsity Basketball 80 . under the direction of Coach Hugh Jackson, was the dominant force in the SCAL winning the league title. With eight returning players, they have been the strongest tram in the history of AHS. Coach Jackson said the talent contributed by everyone led to the team’s success, " Everyone has done all that has been asked of them and they have shown great spirit and team unity.” There’s a difference between this and last year’s teams and that’s that we work as a unit now.” (Dave Besemcr) VARSITY BASKETBALL: Tim Kensora, Tom Haag. Rob Loafman, Scott Johnson, Bill Heafey, Dave Besemer, Greg Knight. Danny Romzek (mgr.), Jeff Knight, Mike Lozen, Rusty Gerow, Glenn Geer, Tim Benoit, Jeff Tatro, Jeff Hagedon. Not Pictured: Coach Hugh Jackson Winter sports summaries will appear in the spring supplement. 66. 5 . 6 . 1. Jeff Tatro reaches to score two more for the Rats. 2. Jeff Knight shoots for two against Marysville. 3. Dave Besemer, Jeff Hagedon, Rusty Gerow, Glenn Geer get the jump on New Haven. 4. Mr. Jackson advises the team in a time-out session. 5. Mike Lozen, Greg Knight and Jeff Knight gain control of the hall for another basket. 6. The Muskrats tip off to start an exciting game in front of the home crowd. Varsity Basketball 67. Fierce J.V. Muskrats Surge Ahead Team effort and togetherness describe the J.V. ' 80 team. An exciting season and first place standing shows the comraderie of the team. " This group is one of the best I’ve ever coached.” — Mr. Koltz. " If anyone beats us once, they don’t do it again.” — Jeff Kodet. " Everything is all team — there’s no one individual” — Shawn Gough. Team advantages were height, speed and quickness. Excellent guards worked together to add to the success of the team. With the strength of the J.V. team, watch out SCAL — we’re coming! I JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL: First Rou: T. J. Fernandez, Earl Kitson, Mr. Koltz, John Foster. Second Rou : John Dav idson, Scott Booth. Dave Kensora, Jeff Moran, Shawn Gough, Ken Toth, Jeff KcxJet, Todd King, Rob Kosnik. Mike Lane, Greg Kreuger, Bill Kemp, Eric Avers. 0 . 1. Jeff Kodet tries to get around his opponent K) gain points. 2. High jumper, John Dav idson, aims for a basket. 3. Rising off his feet, Ken Toth scores two. 4. Shawn Gough makes up his mind where to throw the ball. (Decisions, decisions.) 5. Jeff Moran runs to cut off his opponent. 6. Mr. Koltz adds encouragement from the side lines. Junior Varsity Basketball 69. Frosh Learn Fundamentals Competing in the powerful S.C.A.L. proved to be a challenge to this year’s freshmen group. No matter how hard they tried they met many challenges. Shooting and scoring proved to be a problem in competition. (Mr. Garrett) Freshman year is a time for learning fundamentals. Problems this year can be attributed to many things including lack of mental preparation (Paul Wetter) and not working hard enough (Rob Doane). 70 . FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: First Row: Mike Holstine, Ward Dryer, Jerry Westbrook, Stuart Geer, B.J. Meldrum, Mike Hennard, Bob Olechowski, John Nagy. Second Row: Scott King, Tony Kirby, Ron Cullimore, Rob DeLange, Rob Doane, Mike Bell, Paul Wetter, Mr. Garrett. 1. Mike Holstine engages in fierce competition for the ball. 2. Ron Cullimore looks for an open man. 3. Rob Doane aims for a fast free throw. 4. On a quick pivot Rob Doane watches for an opening. 5. Cros Lex and AHS battle for control of the ball. 6. Mr. Garrett sets strategy plans. Freshman Basketball 71. If 1. Nancy Bates gets down low to get an accurate aim. 2. Betty Raulerson volleys to get the serve. 3. Laura Sharrow aims another power serve. 4. Betty Raulerson moves to assist Robin Sachs on a return. 5. Jessie Wesoloski psychs up for an over-the-head return. 6. Mrs. Eglington gives last minute advice in a team huddle. 7. Karen Bachler prepares to spike the ball. VARSITY : First row: Karen Reynolds, Karrn Baehler Second row : Jessie W ' esoloski, Wendy Grote. Belly Raule Third Row: Karen Vermeulen. Robin Saehs. Mrs. Fglinton. Nanr BaW s, Laura Sharrow, Sue Kowalski. Varsity Volleyball Dominates in Strong Season Rebuilding was a key note for varsity volleyball. With eight returning players, the team was a real strength in the league. Their most decisive league wins were the double matches against Marine City, which increased the Muskrats first place lead. They also won first place at the Capac Invitational Tournament. In addition to the team trophy, each girl received a medal. Mrs. Eglinton feels strongly that this group of girls has " earned their success this season. They have worked hard and made personal sacrifices for the good of the team. These young women sincerely know the meaning of the word ' commitment’ and have proven it this season.” Varsity Volleyball 73. Junior Varsity Captures First Place Successful describes 1980 Junior Varsity Volleyball. Three returning players added experience to an otherwise young squad. The girls have shown a lot of poise and court sense even in their most competitive matches. " I think we had a great team and we worked not as individuals but as one. Mrs. Kelley, our coach, has helped us out a lot.” (Kim Manthey, co-captain) " I think we have worked well as a team by pulling through some really tough matches such as Imlay City.” (Kathie Schuknecht, co-captain) JUNIOR VARSITY: First rou: Brenda Jaster, Kathy Schuknecht, Sue Kurrle, Kim Rose, Marcia Smith, Second rou : Laura Bates, Chris Knight, Kim Manthey, Sue Monte, Laurie Moehlmon. Not pictured: Coach Jan Kelley. 1. Kim Manthey prepares to blast the ball. 2. Camera action catches Chris Knight in a split second pause after a return. 3. Brenda Jaster jumps high to returns. 4. Laura Bates keeps her eye trained on the ball. 5. Kathie Schuknecht gives power to the ball on a return serve. 6. The team has a quick strategy session with Mrs. Kelley. Junior Varsity Volleyball 75. Wrestlers achieve record breaking season Varsity and JV Wrestling, under the direction of Coaches Don Wight and Paul Reyelts, took charge in the SCAL defeating every team and then winning the district title. They had a record of 5 wins and 0 losses in the league and 9 and 5 overall, with losses only to state rated teams. Co-captains Dave Green and Jay Martin both won league titles along with Don Wight, Ken and Phil Biland, and Pete Reyelts. Seven players qualified to go to Regionals by winning their matches at districts. They were: Jay Martin, Don Wight, Glenn Clark, Tom Gilbert, Pete Reyelts, Ken Southard, and Bruce Kirkpatrick. Ken Southard, Jay Martin, Dave Green and Don Wight also reached the 100th mark this season. Only four other wrestlers in the Blue Water area have reached that mark in the area history of wrestling. Dedication and commitment to quality and skill is evident in every member of this team. They work as a group to continue and add to AHS winning tradition. W RESTLING: First Row : Phil Biland, Glenn Clark, Pete Reyelts, Jay Martin, Dave Green, Ken Southard, Kelly Morris, Jim Calcaterra. Second Row: Tom Arpan, Mike Humes, Bill Jacks, Don Wight, Paul Baroni, Larry Buhagiar, Joe Baker. Third Row: Mark Calcaterra, Dave Boyer, Steve Dodge. Ron O’Toole, Mike Winkler. Dan Krause, Russ Eggli. Fourth Row: Mr. Wight, Bruce Kirkpatrick, Tom Gilbert. Jim Meldrum, Steve Allegoet, Gary Shorter, Mr. Reyelts. 1. An intense look of concentration can be seen on the face of Dan Krause. 2. Ken Southard and Pete Reyelts show the tremendous amount of practice needed to achieve perfection. 76 . 4 . 1. The referee raises Pete Reyelts’ arm in victory. 2. Dave Hoeninghausen proves to be a strong contender in this match. 3. A minor setback gives Kelly Morris the inspiration to rise and meet the challenge. 4. The skill of Ken Biland seems to intimidate his opponent. Wrestling 77. 1 . 3 . 1. Brain Beaver, Mr. Reyelts, Mr. Wight, Don Wight, and Paul Baroni watch the tense competition from the sidelines. 2. Victory becomes a reality for Jay Martin. 3. Glenn Clarks meets the challenge of a competitive match. 4. As usual, Don Wight proves to be too much for his opponent. 5. Bill Jacks maintains control in this match. 78. 2 . WrestlersTake First Place — Again! 2 . 1. Phil Biland proved to be a valuable asset to the varsity team this year. 2. Dan Krause stays on top to overcome his opponent. 3. " Have I won yet? " jokes Ken Southard. Wrestling 79. ' CP ofiL £ Sometime s ore are afraid, anxious, [rut always curious, to see if tie world will really le as we have seen it tlrouyl our firivate windows. 1. Decorative artwork of Sandy Beaver adds to the senior window . 2. Gino Petrovich takes out all of his frustrations on the nearest locker. 3. Freshmen work hard, trying to make their section of the gym the best. 4. Frank Zelenock and Tom Marchin pose with their new owners, Chris Banocy and Beth Zelenock. 5. Sue Henderson is relieved that her woodshop project is almost finished. People Division 81. A senior is superior in rank or standing; an aged person; a member of the senior class. All of this together equals happiness. This is the class of 1980. Betty Raulerson Dan Allen Class Representatives: Tracy Hurst, Dave Besemer, Dolores Kruger, Karen Reynolds, Sue McFarlane, Lynn Koss, Pam Delonnay, Laura Braun, Laurie Scovoronski, Mr. Musson, Kevin Batchelder, Mrs. Bade Debbie J. Ames Kari L. Anderson Steven L. Arman Roberta L. Arpan Thomas A. Arpan Dawn E. Avers Doug A. Avers Jacqueline M. Avers 82 . John F. Babisz Karen A. Bachler Kelly A. Banocy Kevin E. Batehelder Brian W. Bayly Ken Beauchamp Sandra G. Beaver Linda M. Behm Tim S. Benoit David j. Besemer Cindy J. Biland Patti J. Biland Dan Bitten Maria D. Blommer James L. Bloss Chris Botda Seniors 83. A person who is wise, mature, kind, intelligent, and totally wacko! Laura Gerber 84 . 1. Stackirig pop bottles takes its toll on Jeff Hagedon after school at Hick’s. 2. Delores Kruger looks weary after a hard day at Danny’s. 3. " Can I help you?’’ asks Robin Breck, behind the counter at Hick’s. 4. John Rzeppa is part of the friendly service supplied at A P’s. Kirk D. Bushell James A. Campagna Glenn Clark Ed F. Cofer Eric B. Conners Karen D. Corry Kelly D. Corry Chris Cross Seniors 85. 1. Jill Taylor, Mark Hoover, and Rose Wight point out their names, delighted at the prospect of receiving their senior T-shirts. 2. Dave Lambert gets measured by Mrs. Bade for his cap and gown. 3. John Tucker and Steve DeMars sort through senior pictures. 4. Pat Hart and Kelly Morris make the big decision about college. Andrew Daniels III Peggy L. Dasovich Glenn A. DeLong Pamela A. Delonnay Steven 0. DeMars Randy Draves John F. Drotar Gilbert E. Dysarczyk 86 . Glenn J. Geer Chari L . Genaw Laura S. Gerber Laura ]. Glatz Ronald J. Graebert David R. Green Ron Grosso Tracy M. Guillot A senior is like neutral territory between being a child and becoming an adult. 1. Worldwide Brotherhood’ ' is demonstrated by our three senior exchange students, Gil Villaneuva, Rhessa Silva, both from the Phillipinbs, and Hank Sjogren from Sweden. 2. Nyn Wood and Shelly Heim sleep the hours away on the bus to Scotland. 3. Nyn Wood, Lynn Koss, Mr. Bade, Shelly Heim, Mrs. Bade and Bonnie Hewelt take in the fascinating sight of Blenheim Palace on their trip to London this past summer. 4. Jay Martin represented the U.S. in wrestling at the Junior Olympics held in July of 1979 in Germany. Seniors 89. Sue Hemenger Tracy L. Herbst Bonnie L . Hewelt Jim Hintze Brenda L. Holland Larry r J. Holly Mark J. Hoover Robin D. Hosford Jacqueline E. Huff Jane (Mallia) Hulme Tracy L. Hurst Michael R. Hussey Tim othy R Ingles Ginny F. Jacks Rod R. Jessup Rick H. Jondron 90 . 1. Mr. Basinski would he astonished at the way Terry Dagenais and Laurie Olow nuik are studying their accounting. 2. Kevin Myny and Karen Re ynolds struggle through a Senior Math test. Freedom from school but uncertainty about the future. Diane Uhl 2 . Kim S. Kaatz James R. Keibler Bruce L. Kirkpatrick BiU Kloeffler Greg A. Knight Jeffrey S. Knight Lynn D. Koss A. R. Krause IV Seniors 91. A senior is Dolores A. Kruger Joe G. Lafriniere David Lambert Katherine M. Landsberg Richard J. Latosky Barb LaValla Joseph P. Loomis Jeff Loy 92 . the superior race of our school. Laurie Olowniuk L Laura Bates gets a free ride from Dave Green on Slave Day. 2. Betty Raulerson, Karen Corry, and Kelly Corry help decorate the gym on Homecoming Day. 3. Ginger Yohnicki and Tracy Herbst get pulled by Brian Peterson and Greg Knight in the mini float parade. 4. Sue McFarlane, Bonnie Hewelt, Lynn Koss, and Dave Besemer turn the senior section of the gym into a jungle. Michael T. Lozen Kathleen M. Mackey Tim Mageau Keith G. Maes Kevin G. Maes Wendy D. Majors Paul M. Mangas Patrick L. Mann Seniors V Kimberly E. Marble Kimberly K. Martens Gay Linn Martin Jay A. Martin Someone who has 12 years behind them that they would never want to relive, not for a few years anyway. Russ Witherspoon 94 4 . The 1979 Homecoming representatives from the senior class were: 1. Carolyn Haag and Dave Besemer 2. Ginger Yohnicki and Brian Peterson 3. Tracy Herbst and Steve Arman 4. Pam Weeden and Mike Lozen. Susan M. McFarlane Jon C. McLane Shelley K. McMasters Eric Mehl Theresa M. Mihelich Wayne R. Moore Seniors 95. Louis G. Morici Kelly Morris William C. Mueller Cindy M. Olivares Laurie A. Olownuik James Osieczonek Being able to look back at the past years and realizing life has just begun, not ended. Kelly Corry % Carolyn M. Perhogan Brian Peterson 1. Machine Operation gives Eric Mehl the chance to receive some advanced mechanical training. 2. Ginny Jacks enriches her secretarial skills on Office Ed’s new memory typewriter. 3. 3DD provides Ginny Powers with some time for relaxed learning. Mildred E. Petrovich Cheryl Piper David B. Poe David A. Polito James J. Poole Ginny L. Powers Terri A. Powers David Prior Seniors 97. Pamela L. Ragland ■ Elizabeth C. Raulerson Earl D. Rausch Doug Redmond Pete A. Reyelts Karen K. Reynolds Michael P. Riley Pat Rivard Tammy A. Robinson Danny Romzek Anne Rose Marie A. Ruemenapp 98 John Russell John Rzeppa Glenn N. Sadlowski Debra S. Sampson A senior is being totally 100% crazy Barb Pearson Anthony P. Sanchagrin Lisa M. Schulte Laurie L. Scovoronski Dennis J. Seaman « 2 . Skills Center provides a unique education for: 1. Kim Marble and 2. Bill Kloeffler. Seniors 99. An energetic person who has the whole world ahead of them. — Lynn Koss 1. Bea Garshott, Terri Powers, Roberta Arpan, Shelly Heim, Hank Sjogren and Robin Breck contribute their singing talents at an impromptu concert. 2. Tom Matese demonstrates his technique at applying stage make up. 3. Kevin Myny shows what it takes to be a part of the stage band. Catherine A. Spun Tina L. Sultana Deborah S. Tack Jeffrey C. Tatro Jill A. Taylor Mark A. Tews Kathlyn M. Thomas Kristina M. Thomas John V. Tucker Seniors 101. Guy E. Turner Diane M. Uhl Alan L. Vi andenbossche Yvonne K. VanFleel Mike VanSlambrouck Daniel P. Vermeulen David VerVaecke Gil V. Villanueva W ayne R. Wagner Ed Warner Mike Warner Pam Weeden Kim A. Werner Wendy S. Wt estbrook Rose Wight Jacqueline M. Wilhelm 102 . CUff A. Williams Jeffrey D. Williams Karen E. Williams Ronald Williams Tammy J. Wilson Andrea B. Wingrove Russ T. Witherspoon Lisa A. Wood Seniors 103. A person who can do anything and have a good excuse, they’re a senior! Pam Delonnay 1. Bea Garshott, Tom Arpan, and Liesa Brown show true senior spirit. 2. Debbie Ames enjoys sculpture in 3DD. 3. Frank Zelenock and Karen Corry spend a quiet moment in the midst of the bleachers. Michael G. Wrubel Christopher L. Yaney 104 . Debra A. Yax Ginger E. Yohnicki Frank Zelenock 2 . 1. Cindy Olivares, Paula Peterson, and Tracy Herbst discuss Business English (?). 2. Tracy Hurst enjoys a 7 Up during lunch break. 3. Cathy Spurr works intently up at Skills Center. 4. Joe Loomis and Glenn Clark clown around at the slave sale. 5. Santa ' s little BOEC helpers, Liesa Brown and Debbie Yax, decorate the front office for Christmas. Seniors 105. — 4 . A senior is a kid on their way to adulthood. It makes them feel good that they can look back and see how muclh th vtj learned over the years and knowing they can put itjto goodMise. Jill T»lor ;ood tise. |A person that can put if with the teachers four years. Jay Martifl senior is someone wl atever life is going I has gone all throug h )ring. Judy Fortoi work in school for is ready to face upperclassman that has more class than 1. Sara Harte on who can make it through four ye; Dawn Avers A rowdie, fun loving, h rson. Laura Bi e best person in A person who parties all the time, skips classes and still is able to graduated the end of L four years. Mike Hussey Someone who the underclassmen can look up to with respect. People who reprel | school in or out Someone who is going to enter the world ready to make their m] Someone who tried to do what is best for himself. Roberta ArpanB _ ■ in school for 13 years and can t wait to get out. Kris Thom senior is knowing that you’ve reached the top to freedom. Terri Powers ■ senior is a symbol of being the oldest and the wisest. It is a symbol of being where ou ' ve worked what seems like forever to be. It’s an accomplishment and yet it’s J in a way. All of the people you ' ve spent most of your life with will be going in different directions and in all probability you ' ll never see them again. Colleen Sicken j • " - - } V Mr Pie beginning of their adult life. A senior is a person that I and into a life of work and responsibility. Delira Ya Colors: Light green and white Floweff |)se Motto: Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is but a broken winged bird that cannot fly. °Y I l w m m fl 7 2 A senior is thinking that you have less than one year to be the best in the school. A senior is just thinking about five years from now. Paula Braun A senior is cool. Jane Bonenberger Finally getting out of school. A person that is supposed to take on responsibility Ragland monsibilitv but £jkJf i doesn’t. Pam A senior is cool. Wendy Westbrook ISomeone lucky enough to make it through 9th, 10th, 11th grade. Shelly McMasters. The best. Gail Hiiplin V person who has finally got the chance to do what they want and they have no one to blame but themselves if they make the wrong decision. Rose Wight A senior is a person with class and style. Seniors are number one. A senior is a person that cares and is willing to fight for our school. Seniors are the greatest. Peggy Dasovich. Juniors . . . One More Year to Go! Juniors have been very busy this past school year. They are sponsoring the Junior-Senior Prom and working hard to raise money for it. A good fund raiser was the concession stand at the Homecoming game and the raffle for a tape recorder. Homecoming brought much spirit and first place windows from the Juniors but unfortunately not enough for the Spirit Jug. REPRESENTATIVES: Mr. Maki, Shari Stoner, Scott Westbrook, Denise Cedar, Tim Kensora, Diane Misany, Rusty Gerow, Debbie Chalmers, Mike Harper, Glenn Weiland, Ann Sanchagrin, Tom Haag. Julie Anderson Bill Andresen Charles Austerberry Dan Avers David Bandlow Paul Baroni Nancy Bates • Sue Bayly Nancy Batuk Mona Beaulieu Michelle Beauregard Chris Bertrand Roy Bianchini 108. Juniors Sandy Bingle Lynn Bitten Kelly Blanck Tim Bland Jim Bogesian Teri Booker Gil Bowers Cindy Boydell Lisa Boyer Scott Brandt Mike Braun Kevin Brody Juniors ... 81 Juniors . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . Juniors . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors 81 Juniors ... 81 1. Reacts Mike Braun to an unexpected gift, " Aw, gee! You shouldn’t have. " 2. Intent concentration leads to a real life statue for Jeanette Lenkiewicz. 3. Miss Broeder reads the name of the tape recorder winner as Shari Stoner looks on. Juniors Capture Disney Spirit Kurt Darga Jo Daugherty Denise Dellaporte Mike Dennis Mike Donahue Sharon Draves Doug Drotar Becky Dunn Don Dusky Kelly Dymond Betsy Endelman Kelly Erdmann Lisa Fernandez Emily Fougnie Karen French Keith Furtah Jim Gallaher Sandy George Veronica George Rusty Gerow Tom Gilbert Dave Glowski Lillian Gohl Keith Greene John Grzech Tom Haag Sandy Hanifan Mike Harper Joe Hastings Bill Heafey Sue Henderson Paul Hentschel Laura Hering Dave Hoeninghausen Mark Hoover Paul Hoover Juana Houstan Mark Hubbard Sue Hubbarth Jo Anne Hudgens Jeff Hurd Mark Hussey Scott Jamot Karen Johnson Scott Johnson Diana Kaczor Tim Kensora Donna Kicknosway Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniore . . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Junior ... 81 ... Ji - 1. Alice in Muskratland comes alive through the Juniors. 2. " Kermit has spirit too,” Jessie Wesoioski says. 3. Slave Rusty Gerow seems to enjoy the " hardships” his masters put him through. 112 . Todd King Garth Knight mm Sue Kowalski Sue Krause Corinne Kronner Dave Kronner John Kuenzie Jan Kurily Dan Ladd Dianne Land Ann Lang Laura Langan Kim Latosky Bill LeBeau Jeannette Lenkiewicz Gino Leon Academics Challenge Jrs. 2 . Dave Lezell John Lind Deana Lindsay Ray Lipowski Rob Loaf man Carol Loomis Sandy Major Lori Malinski Jerry Mangas Sharon Maniaei Tom Marchin Dawn Marsden Jim Martens Jerry Matese Melissa Matthews Darvin Mayle Lynne McGeachy 1. Mike Mihelich examines his latest concoction. 2. Mike Harper, Roy Bianchini, Scott Westbrook, better know n as the Three Stooges, are serious for once. 3. Anticipation fills the room as drivers to be wait for State Test results. 4. Paul Baroni makes last minute corrections on his test. Juniors 113. Debbie McLane Tom Meldrum Mike Mihelich Steve Miller Erie Mills Kevin Mikolowski Karen Mikyska Diane Misany Irene Mitti Sonja Moore Brian Moravcik Dawn Morningstar niors • 81 . . Juniors • 81 . Juniors ■ . 81 . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Junior . . . 81 . . . Juniors . 81 . . . Juniors ... 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . Juniors . 81 . Juni Jr. Faces Brighten Days 1. Is the assembly really that boring? 2. John O’Phee doesn ' t share in Gino Petrovich’s enthusiasm while waiting for Driver’s Ed. scores. 3. The rainy, cold evening doesn ' t dampen the spirits of Paula Peterson and Hank Sjogren. - 1. 1 liors . . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . Juniors ... 81 ... 81 Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors . . . 81 . . . Juniors ... 81 ... Ju Michelle Moss Colleen Munsun Zoltan Nagy Mary Neuman Sherry Nichter Nick Novak Clark Odzark Jan Orchard Nancy Parr Paula Peterson Gino Petrovich Joe Polly 114 . Jim Potter Du Wayne Purkiss Darlene Puro Tanya Raes Kevin Rausch Donna Recor Glinda Recor Robin Redmond Mark Reed Adel la Reynolds Randy Rickard Pam Richards Annette O ' Rourke Kevin Robbins Richard Robinson Bill Roland Connie Rose Mike Rose Robin Sachs Yvonne Salatka Juniors 115. Rings Mean We’re Getting Closer Donna Sampier Robin Sampier Irene Sampson Ann Sanchagrin Eric Schenkus Jeff Schoeninger Jim Schultz Rhonda Schuman Joe Schuster Dulcie Sc h ram Julie Shwary Glynn Scruggs Kathie Seibert Laura Sharrow Debbie Smith Marcia Smith Vicky Sobelski Ken Soper Pam Soper Tom Soulliere Charles Staffhorst Debbie Stager Shari Stoner Rob Stubbs 116 . JoAnne Sturdivant Denise Tarasevicuis John Taylor George Timmons Dennis Tilly Gina Tremonti Linda Uhl Scott Uhl Cheryl Vanfleet Karen Vermeulen Gary Vigneron Debbie Waller Denise Warwick Mark Watson Glenn Wei land Jessie Wesoloski Scott Westbrook Paul White Don Weight Richard Wilburn Lynn Williams Mike W ilson Keith Wood Randy Wonsowicz Betty Zech 1. Deanna Lindsay, Cindv Boydell, and Robin Sampier relay their message. 2. Is this a typic al Junior locker? 3. Picking out the right ring is a big decision for Cindy Cross. 4. Scott Johnson looks at ACT results. 5. Writing out orders for rings can be a lot of work. Juniors 117. Lab Situations Benefit Sophs Sophomore year was very successful. Preparing for the prom next year included selling flowers, magazines, concession stands and t-shirts. ' 82 also had a strong showing in class competitions during Spirit Week. SOPHOMORE REPS: Debbie Meldrum, Ann Kasperowicz, Jenny Petrovich, Laura Lauzon, Jennifer Ver Vaecke, Kim Busuttil, Tammy Santavy, Mr. Jones, Annette Gallo, Wendy Grote, Mrs. Farrell. 1. Lisa Yax aims for 100 words in Shorthand Lab. 2. Andy Ward uses the Tach -x machine in Reading Lab. 3. Michelle Carrier designs a masterpiece. 2 . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores , . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores ... 82 . . . Sophom Cliff Achatz Denise Allen Todd Armstrong Joe Arpan Angie Astemborski Bob Asunto Annette Atherholt Eric Avers Chris Banocy Lynn Bartolomucci Tom Bayones Lori Beauregard Brian Beaver Rob Bell Doreen Benke Holly Beres Phil Biland Gordie Birgbauer Jeanette Bischoff Fred Blommer Scott Booth Rick Bosnian Helen Bowers Mike Boyer David Bradd Wayne Brockley Dwayne Brown Steve Brown George Burgess Cindy Burnette Kim Busuttil Michelle Carrier Steven Cartwright Linda Cassidy Richard Chapman Chris Charland Debbie Christy Robert Clark Joann Clark Janice Curry Annette Cuthbertson Pete Daniels Stacie Daniels John Davidson Chris Davis Pam Davis Scott DeLong Mark DeMars Jodi Dennis Pat Dennis Lisa DeVlaminck Scott Dodge Rob Dougan Sophomores 119. Carron Hinkle Denise Hofman Cindy Holland Lana Hollway Kelly Hoover Lisa Hoover Robert Hoover Shirl Hopkins Michael Humes Leigh Hunt Mark Hutchenson David Irvine Lisa Isaacs Bill Jacks Margaret Jacks Paula Jaros Dave Johns Cathy Johnson Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 • • Sophomores . . . 82 . . Sophomores . . 82 Sop Involved Sophs Enjoy Classes 1. Phil Biland, T. J. Fernandez and Lisa deVlaminck lower the time capsule into the ground. 2. Michelle Carrier and Marisa Nelson add creative touches. 3. Eric Cuthbertson prepares his hot metal. 4. Paul Vandenbossche, Dave Avers, Cliff Wolsheski try hard to convince our photographer that they are studying. Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 • • • Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores ... 82 Soph Bill Jones Susan Jordine Shelly Kaatz Cindy Karl Jeff Konik Ann Kasperowicz Jeff Keibler Rochelle Keller Bill Kemp Dave Kensora Betty Kilgore JoJean Kirby Sophomore 121. 122 . 50PH5 TP1KE IT EV J- Earl Kitson Veronica Kloeffler Jeffrey Kodet Bob Kosnik Arlene Koster Bev Kozel Dan Kramer Greg Krueger Lori LaBelle Cathy Lafriniere Mike Lane Diane Lang Mike Langan Donna Langell Scott Langell Julie Lauzon Laura Lauzon Cathy Lazarz Dino Leon Dave Licari Dan Liebald Barbara Lozen Katie MacPhetterson Karl Malik 2 . Kelly Malinski Debra Maniaci Kim Manthey Denise Markowski Linda Martin Janice Matthews Nathan Mann Kathy Maul Donna May Nadine McCormick Ann McDonald Renee Mehl Debbie Meldrum Katy Menkel Joe Mitti Dawn Moore Dennis Moore Sue Monte Bill Moran Jeff Moran Kelly Morrison Linda Murray Karl Neff Marisa Nelson Chris Nett Jody Newman Dawn Nichter Terri Norman Kevin O ' Brien Ron O ' Toole Dan Parsell Michelle Patana Richard Pauli Steve Pauli Brian Pearcy Jackie Peters Phil Petit Jenny Petrovich Tina Petrv Dave Ponke Sophomores 123. Success Makes Homecoming Special 1. Angie Astemborski and Ken Toth represent the class of ' 82. 2. Sophs work feverishly on the gym decorations. 3. Lunch gives Sophs a chance to catch up on the gossip. 4. Excited sophs lead the cheering. 5. JV Cheerleaders fire up their class. 6. Working hard, sophs aim for the top in decorations. Sophomon-s . . 82 . Sophomore . . 82 . . . Sophomon-s . . . 82 . . . Sophomore . . . 82 . . Sophomon-s ■ 82 . . Sophomores 82 Sophomon-s ... 82 So phom Mark Rose Tod Roth Kirk Rumaniek Chris Ruemenapp Mike R eppa Tammy Santavy Lisa Saph Dave Sau her Mike Schmidt Karl Schuknecht Kathie Schuknecht Kevin Schulte Katie Schultz Ken Sessor Debbie Sherman Pete Shpilia Richard Shwary Lee Sicken Sophomores 125. Jerry Sigman Mike Smith Paula Smith Susan Smith Paula Sneath Conrad Solgot Bob Soulliere Dawn Soulliere Scott Sparks Samantha Speakman Brian Staffhorst Karen Stein Matt Stein Rob Stockwell Russ Strassburg Lance Surdy Andrew Sygit Beth Sylvester Jori Taylor Gwen Thoma Jeff Thomas Vicky Thompson John Tolley Ken Toth Kim Treganowen Donna Tucker Steve Tuzinowski Paul Vandenbossche 126. Gary Vanderziel Rick Vernier Jennifer Vaecke Margaret Wagner Andy Ward Jim Wendt Alan White Thomas White Mike Winkler Steve Witherspoon Nyn Wood Brian Wrubel Cliff Wierszewski Donna Yax Lisa Yax Rick Yohnicki John Zens Lottie Zudsky Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomores . . . 82 . . . Sophomore ... 82 . 1. Dan Parsell helps Lisa Powers with her work. 2. Cindy Karl and Connie Grantz work intently on their reports. 3. Doreen Benke freezes during a fire drill. 4. Wayne Brockley and Bill Jacks play with all their hearts during Stage Band. 5. Connie Grantz is having a great time at Rock- a-thon. Sophomores 127. H I N MUNCHIN Freshmen had a very exciting year, selling valentine flowers, cookies, and working concession stands added to the thrill of not having an initiation. 1st Row: Mr. Potter, Terri Draves, Cathy Cross, Sheila Zitton, Mrs. Mageau. 2nd Row: Missy Gallaher, Rita Perhogan, Janet Lipowski, Karen Burgess. 3rd Row: Johnna Banory, Colleen Stiltner. 1. " A Coke and a smile,” adds life to Doreen Kramer. 2. Sue Kurrle and Kathie Keibler find lunch time break time. 3. Laura Hoover munches on Munchos. Steve Allegoet Penny Andrews Marv Apigo Paul Arman Dale Arneil Eric Arpan Craig Avers Joe Baker Jimmy Balduck Johnna Banocy Laura Bates Dawn Beasley Heidi Bell Mike Bell Debbie Bender Nancy Benoit Kim Berger Dan Berry Denise Bevins Ken Biland Tina Biscorner Mike Bitten Doris Blommer Lori Booker 128 . Matt Bowman David Boyer Donna Boyer Mollie Brown Larry Buhagiar Steve Bullis Eddie Bunnell Karen Burgess Gerald Burns Mark Caicaterra Margo Carr Jim Carson James Cetnarowski Kim Chaney Dawn Chapman Stanley Christy Connie Clark Steve Cope Cathy Cross Ron Cullimore Jeanette Cuthbertson Tom Daniels Dave DeCaussin Rob DeLange Marianne deNavarre Dan DeRusha Mary Devine Bill Dieter Daniel Doan Rob Doane Brian Dowen Darryl Drake Terri Draves Jeff Drexler John Drexler Shelly Dunn 3 . Freshmen 129. Frosh Adjust to AHS 1. Gerry Burns concentrates on finishing his assignment. 2. Dale Flynn has his 20-20 vision tested. Dawn Sawdecki and Kevin Geltz concentrate on Animal Farm. 4. Barry Stonecipher flashes a prize winning smile. shmen . . . 83 . . . Freshmen . . . 83 . . . Freshmen . . Russ Eggli Frank Felster Julie Ferrara Pam Fett Deborah Fisher Paul Fisher Dale Flynn Kris Foguth Leslie Folkerts Pat Folkerts Scott Freeman Linda Fuchs Brain Furtah Annette Gabridge Melissa Gallaher Mike Garshott Stuart Geer Kevin Geltz 2 . 130 . Joe Genaw Pam Gerace Ken Hader Patti Hader Chris Harlow Connie Hart Robert Hastings Mirhael Hennard Becky Henry Renee Hill Jeff Hoeninghausen Michael Holstine Laura Hoover Mike Hubbard Darlene Huber Jeff Ingles Stacy Isles Ray Jacks Brenda Jaster Mary Jiles Jack Johnson Steve Johnson Steve Jondron Dale Jones Michelle Kanalos Rita Kazor Kathy Keibler Melanie Kenney Dan Kernahan Scott King Jim Kirby Tony Kirby Tim Knapp Christine Knight Wendi Knight Diane Kodet Ralph Koroleski Edmond Koska Tony Kozel Doreen Kramer Freshmen 131 . 132 . Dan Krause Dan Krispin Tim Kuecken Tina Kujuwa Sue Kurrle Dan Langell Sharron Leach Stacy Lewis John Lindsay Janet Lipowski Steve Loomis David Mackey Sherry Major Dee Martin Tim Martin Kim Maul Sharon McClure Grant McGeachy Kelly McGregor Bill Meld rum Jim Meldrum Shelly Meldrum Tony Menkel Michelle Mikolowski Gordon Mills Laurie Moelbman Careers Provide Practical Experience 1. Mr. Blanck provides insight into careers. 2. Mike Rager and Larry Buhagiar concentrate on note taking. 3. Typing class agrees with Debbie Spencer. rvshmrn . . . 83 . . . Freshmen . . . 83 . . . Freshmen . . . 83 . . . Freshmen . . . 83 . . . Freshmen . . . 83 . . . Freshmen . . . 83 . . . Freshmen . . . 83 . . . Freshmen . . . 83 . . . Freshm Ken Neal Don Nichter Rhonda Norman Ron Obeshaw Bob Olechowski Dana O’Rourke Robert Paquette Jim Parker Ann Pauley Rita Perhogan Warren Piper Kellie Plettl Dick Poole Sharon Prudhomme Leo Przybylska Darell Puro Michael Rager Kaye Rampp Shawn Raymond Mary Recor Wendy Redmond Keith Reynolds Ben Rios Ken Ripley Fresh mem 133. Kim Rivard Connie Robinson Angie Rohrig Jerry Roland Robert Romps Kevin Roper Ricky Ruemenapp Monique Russell Dawn Sadecki Tom Schulte Harvey Schultz Tonja Schultz Dan Schumacher Barb Schroeder Cheryl Schroeder Lynn Scovoronski Gary Shorter Byron Smith Maynard Smith Cindy Soulliere Amy Stager Shari Stapley Ed Steele Colleen Stiltner Barry Stonecipher Robin Sudberry Richard Sullivan Mary Sygit Robert Tassell Eric Tews Joe Thomas Kim Tillinger Dan Tolliver 134. Frosh Survive Week Without Initiation 1. The Freshman float awaits its turn to enter the gym. 3. Sheila Zitton and BJ Meldrum represent the class. 3. Decorating a gym in 24 hours provides a challenge to the freshmen. 4. Homecoming attendant Sheila Zitton tries to " Eat ’em up. " 5. A P sponsored Alice in Wonderland. 6. Annette Gallo adds to Dave Weaver’s day with a mum. Tom Treganowen Kim Treppa Benita Trosper Steve Uhl Deanna VanDerziel Sheryl Vanover Freshmen . Freshmen . 83 ... Freshmen 83 . Freshmen . . . 83 . . ■ Freshmen 83 Freshmen 83 . Freshmen 83 Freshmen ■ ■ ■ 83 . . . Freshmen . . 83 . 6 . Jim Vernier Leon Viger Corey Vistinsen Jeff Waller David Weaver Don Weaver Freshmen 135. Lisa Weaver Bill Welser FROSH FIND FIRST YEAR FANTASTIC 1. Dave Mackey concentrates on his assignment. 2. Mollie Brown feels trapped with all her work. 3. Mike Bitten and Jerry Roland watch the Social Studies discussion. 4. Stan Worswick concentrates on his puzzle. 5. Laura Hoover cracks up as the camera catches her after gym. 6. Robbie Pacquette studies intently to solve the Algebra puzzle. 7. Sherry Majors and Kim Berger attempt to complete their reports early. 1. " Mr. Wight " , says Betty Raulerson, " an you so sure Randy French is such a great buy?” 2. French teacher, Mrs. Gregg, shows the class a French T-Shirt before taking student orders. 3. Mr. Shafer takes attendance, a never-ending job. 4. Mr. Craven explains some of the properties of bases to his Physical Science class. 5. Students watch as Mr. Duva buries their much acclaimed time capsule. Academic Division 139. An early December School Board meeting involves the intent concentration of Mr. Cowper (1) discussion, Mr. Tucker (2), presentation, Mr. Hollway (3), questioning and attention, Mr. Caimi, Mr. Dodge, and Mrs. Baxter (4) and listening, Mr. Yonaka (5). 6. Mr. Ford explains another high school program to the Parent Advisory Committee. 7. Mrs. Trix carefully analyzes figures. 8. Mr. Tobias completes another excused pass. jt tMdl r™ 1 ALGONAC COMMUNITY SCHOOLS BOARD: Front Ron . Mr. Richard Cowper. Mrs. Sue Baxter, Mr. Robert VerVinck. Back Rou : Mr. A. Dale Tucker, Mr. Charles Yonaka, Mr. Donald Dodge. Not Pictured: Mrs. EleanoreTrix 140 . 8 . Progress Keynotes District Growth Positive describes the overall attitude of the administrators commenting on the ’79- ’80 year. The general feeling was one of pride and accomplishment with the faculty, curriculum, and especially the student body. The job of running a school is both a difficult and a challenging one. Mr. Ford and Mr. Tobias feel that the student body is becoming more and more involved and willing to learn. " The students have continued to become happy and satisfied with themselves.” (Mr. Ford) Changes in the year included a new attendance policy. " 28% of the student body took exams first semester. This indicates that they want to be in class.” (Mr. Tobias) Positive also describes changes district wide. Through the leadership of Mr. Caimi, Mr. Hollway, and the School Board, Algonquin Jr. High formally opened, the addition at Algonac Elementary was completed and a new building program is currently under study by the University of Michigan Committee. Mr. Joseph Caimi Mr. Robert Hollway Mr. Robert Ford Superintendent Asst. Principal Superintendent Mr. Stephen Tobias Asst. Principal Administration 141. Staff Provides Mrs. Yvonne Allen Mrs. Lea Batehelder Mrs. Cora Fisher Expertise 1. Mrs. Lowes checks on a student’s records. 2. Mrs. Mrs. Linda Lowes Allen keeps records straight in the Media Center. 3. Mrs. Mrs. Emestia Peterson Holland adds grades to student records. 4. Mrs. Peterson takes a short break in the early morning. 5. The quiet of the back room gives Mrs. Batehelder a chance to catch up on records. 6. Mrs. Fisher reaches for the current bus list. 1. Mr. McMaken develops the talents of future vocalists. 2. Mrs. Robertson keeps stats at a volleyball game. 3. Mr. Kenny concentrates on intricate electronic repair. 4. THE SCARLET LETTER assignment prompts questions from Nick Novak to Mrs. Cummons. 5. Betty Raulerson assists Mr. Wes during the slave sale. 6. Mr. Cvengros looks through student files, an important part of counselor life. 7. Mr. Warwick starts the pep rally! Faculty 143. Humorous Memories Bring Smiles Mr. George J. Appelman Music Mr. Roger Avers Social Studies Mrs. Sandra Bade English Mr. Dennis Basinshi Business Education Mr. Charles Blanch Industrial Arts Ms. Ruth Broeder Reading Mrs. Jill Buck English Mr. David Bums Science Mr. Terry r Craven Science Mrs. Janice M. Cummons English WHAT IS ONE HUMOROUS EVENT THAT YOU’LL NEVER FORGET MR. POTTER: The great senior trips that were taken on the " South American Pleasure Boat as a class sponsor. MR. JONES: W hen I was asked to dance in front of the entire student body. STUDENTS: Pies in the face (Assembly, 1978 and Disco Macho Man, Assembly, 1980) 144 . MR. SHAFER: After the Tiger game, 1979, Milt Wilcox introduced me to an elderly lady as Ron Leflore. She asked for my autograph and told me that I played centerfield nicely. 1 wonder what she thought the next time she saw Ron Leflore’s picture. MRS. BADE: I’ll never forget the Christmas assembly when Ms. Jones and I played " 6 Geese a Laying” from the " Twelve Days of Christmas.” Mr. Ford was Santa Claus. MS. SHAGENA: The day I saw Mr. Ward turn Mrs. Franey into a human helicopter. MR. AVERS: A runner all set to compete with his homemade track shoes (a pair of tennis shoes complete with 3 " nails.) MR. KUZDZAL: Every year 1 have had the misfortune of ripping my pants without being noticed by my fellow colleagues or the student body. MR. MCLEOD: It’s foot, not f, foots.” What’s the singular of foot? " Feets” Mr. Tom Cvengros Counselor Mr. Gregory ' Duva Social Studies Mrs. Jane Eglinton Physical Education Mrs. Nancy ' Farrell Mrs. Joyce Franey Home Economics Mr. Richard Garrett Physical Education Mr. Gregory Godfrey Social Studies Mr. R. C. Greenwood Social Studies Mrs. Denise Gregg Foreign Language Mr. James Holmes English 1. Lunch time gives Millie Petrovich a chance to show off with Mr. Ford. 2. Mr. Schlaack and Mr. Muskrat combine talents to cheer the football team. 3. One of the AHS carpools, Mrs. Franey, Mrs. Farrell, and Ms. Jones float down the hall on the BOEC float. 4. Mr. Cona, Mr. Godfrey, Mr. Taylor, and Mr. Rochon wait their chance to announce an incorrect answer during Class Feud. 145. Mrs. Patricia Huston Business Education Mr. Gregory M. Jones Art Ms. Mary L. Jones Business Education Mr. Hugh Jackson Science Mr. Michael Kenny Industrial Arts Mr. Stanley Kuzdzal Business Education Mr. James Lenore Industrial Arts Mr. Allan McLeod Counselor Mr. Dennis McMaken Music Mrs. Marge Mageau Librarian Mr. Terry Maki Mathematics Mr. Arthur R. Meganck Social Studies MR. HOLMES: A psychiatrist MRS. GREGG: Law MR. JONES: Design engineer and famous artist MR. CVENGROS: Carpenter MRS. SHAFER: Computer programmer MR. JACKSON: Doctor or stock broker MR. POTTER: Model maker, pattern maker, cabinet maker or architect MR. SHAFER: TV or Radio Broadcasting MS. BROEDER: Sales MR. GREENWOOD: Lawyer MR. AVERS: A career officer in the Army MRS. BADE: A tour director or Stewardess MRS. BUCK: I was a private secretary and I loved it. MR. WARWICK: Professional sports spectator 1. Keeping a well stocked library for 1100 provides a never ending challenge for Mrs. Mageau. 2. Art involves a good deal of individual attention as Ms. Wagand helps her students. 3. Mr. Young begins the weekly Comm, writing assignment. 4. Annette Gallo delivers Mr. Holmes one of his many Homecoming mums. 5. Mr. Basinski works with Peggy Dasovich on Accounting. 6. Psych I, one of the most popular classes at AHS, is fascinated listening to Mr. Greenwood. 7. Mrs. Streit helps Jodi Dennis erase schedule conflicts. Mr. Kenneth Musson Industrial Arts Mr. Glenn Potter Industrial Arts Mr. William Pritchard Science Mrs. Mary Robertson Mathematics Mr. Louis Rochon Mathematics Mr. Lary Schlaack Physical Education Faculty 147. Definition of Student Illustrates Faculty Awareness 1. Mr. Maki works with his Business Math class to make test corrections. 2. Mr. Avers organizes Civics papers, an important part of a student’s Freshman year. Mrs . Cynthia Shafer Mathematics Mr. Dan Shafer English Ms. A. Shagena Social Studies Mrs. Esther Streit Counselor Mr. Robert Sudberry Social Studies Mr. Michael Taylor Mr. Lau rence Treppa English WHAT IS YOUR DEFINITION OF A STUDENT? MR. AVERS: A person by law, or by choice, organizes and digests information fora specific goal. MRS. BADE: A student is someone learning about life, the past, as well as the present. No one ever stops learning, so we are all students. MRS. BUCK: A student is one who is willing to listen, observe and apply all he can grasp of a given situation. 2 . 148. Mr. James M. Trotter English Mr. Ronald Trumble English Mrs . G. Venia Home Economics Ms. Eve W agand Art Mr. John Warwick Athletic Director Mr. Donald J. Weitzel Foreign Language Mr. Jim We solo ski Social Studies Mr. Donald Wight Mathematics Mr. Stephen Young English 1. Correct chemical balance is demonstrated by Mr. Pritchard. 2. Mrs. Huston checks the timing carefully. 3. Mr. Garrett enjoys BOEC Teacher Appreciation Day. 4. Now a few words from Mr. Kuzdzal. 5. Ms. Hills preps OLD MAN AND THE SEA. HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN YOU’VE REALLY SUCCEEDED IN TEACHING A STUDENT? MRS. ROBERTSON: When the student says " Oh — I get it now or This is so easy now. Last week it was really hard!” MR. AVERS: When a student puts into practice what he or she has learned in the classroom. MRS. GREGG: A teacher succeeds when he she sees that the student has benefited in some way or received a reward of some type. MRS. BUCK: When a student can think on his own and come up with an answer, then I feel like Eve succeeded in teaching. Faculty 149. HOW HAVE STUDENTS CHANGED OVER THE PAST 10 YEARS? MR. GREENWOOD: Not really. MR. TRUMBLE: Good students still want to learn and do a successful job. It just seems we have more students who do not want to be involved. MRS. SHAFER: Ten years ago, I was a student myself, so it’s hard to see changes. I don’t know if the changes I see are in the students or just a change in my perspective. MR. JACKSON: Today’s students show less responsibility and less interest in what is happening to them. The level of apathy is appalling. MR. HOLMES: f The students look better. The use of the hair blower has improved the overall looks of most students. Clothes have also improved looks-wise. Sloppiness is still around but those may not be able to help it. Most others simply dress better than their counterparts of 10 years ago.” MR. MCLEOD: Improved greatly; readiness to learn, appearance, cleanliness, maturity, and motivation.” MRS. MAGEAU: " Have they?” MR. CVENGROS: " More responsible.” WHAT IS YOUR DEFINITION OF A TEACHER MS. SHAGENA: Each and every one of us is a teacher of some variety. A teacher cannot give you wisdom but rather the key which allows you to unlock the wisdom within your own mind. MR. JONES: A person that tries to give to a person wanting to absorb knowledge. MRS. SHAFER: A teacher is someone who provides learning experiences. A teacher should also enjoy learning and always want to continue doing so themselves. 1. Mr. Jones displays his creativity and skill on the pottery wheel to 9 Laura Lauzon and Michelle Carrier. 2. Mrs. Venia makes a lecture on consumerism come alive. 3. Mrs. Eglinton referees a Volleyball game in PE. 4. Mrs. Shafer helps her math students complete their assignments. 5. Mr. Trumble explains the latest theme to his College Composition class. 6. Mr. Weitzel reads a Spanish Literature book to his Spanish III class. 7. Ms. Shagena makes the world a little bit smaller for Linda Murray in World Geography. 8. Mrs. Buck records never ending grades for her American Lit class. 9. Mr. Taylor review his plans for the day. 1 . 1. Mr. Meganck returns Civics papers to a waiting class. 2. Mr. Sudberry relaxes, somewhat, as his World Problems students work in the library. 3. Mr. Jackson smiles for our camera. 4. Mrs. Trudell manages a smile between classes. 5. " I get it now!” Wendi Knight seems to be saying to Basic Math teacher, Mr. Wight. 6. Mrs. Bade concentrates more on attendance and less on the camera lens. 7. Mr. Appleman displays his talent with the saxophone. 8. Mr. Trotter issues the latest Comm. II book to his class. 9. Mr. Musson helps potential welders in his Hot Metals class. 10. Mr. McLeod reviews the schedule roster to insure organization. Teaching: Challenging But Rewarding DO YOU FEEL YOUR JOB IS ANYTHING LIKE YOU EXPECTED IT TO BE? MRS. GREGG: Yes! MS. BROEDER: I expected to see major breakthroughs, continually exciting days. Instead it ' s like life . . . good days and bad days. MR. JONES: No, it’s better because of the challenges. MRS. MAGEAU: 50% Faculty 153. 1. Mr. Lenore shows his student how to make a form out of a fiberglass mat application. 2. The sunshine catches Mr. Treppa setting up a film projector. 3. Mr. Potter adds constructive criticism to Steve Forton ' s plans. 4. A scientific experiment fascinates Mr. Burn ' s class. 5. Students learn drafting skills from Mr. Blanck. Experiences Inspire Student Growth 154 . 5 . 6 . 1. Mrs. Knight prepares another round of delicious cookies. 2. Mrs. Snath makes change for the hungry crowd. 3. Mrs. Richter helps clean up after the lunch crowd. 4. Mrs. Fournier prepares the popular hamburgers. 5. Mr. Osciezonek helps keep the school spotless. 6. Mr. Lamb sweeps up the remains of lunch. 7. Mrs. Mallia collects Brian Moravick’s money. 8. Mrs. Lauzon cuts and slices for the daily salads. You Can Return to School Beginning in September, 1977, under the direction of Ida Basinski, the Algonac Community Learning Center began to plan and program around the philosophy of YOU CAN. YOU CAN learn when you are given the skills you need. (Competencies) YOU CAN learn no matter what age you happen to be. (Adult Learning) YOU CAN learn when you are given the time and space you need. (Individualized Learning) YOU CAN learn to control more of your life than you may have thought possible. (Life Role Competencies) YOU CAN learn better when you know the people around care about you. (Personal Commitment of staff to students) Presently the Learning Center provides both day and night High School Completion program for adults, G.E.D. preparation and testing. Adult Basic Education, English for the Foreign Born; co-ordinates college classes; enables the regular high school student deficient in credits to take evening classes to fulfill graduation requirements; skill enhancing classes and a wide variety of Enrichment classes. The International Travel Series is a new addition to our program this year. We are working closely with an advisory board, representing local, governmental agencies, civic clubs, and citizens from the community in an effort to address local needs. Everyone is encouraged to get involved in Community Education today. Those who have done so testify that it has made a difference in their lives. YOU CAN too. SCHOOL LIFE LONG EDUCATION MORNING-NOONS MGHT ALjGONAC community learning center 7944 Ida Basinski Adult Education Director Jeanette Lampe Asst . Adult Education Director 156. 1. At a pot lurk dinner honoring graduates, Mr. Dodge and Joe Rorkwood go through the line. 2. Travelers in the community met the message of the Adult Education program. 3. Adult Education Enrichment Staff poses for a group picture at the Christmas Party: Jeanette Lampe, Ida Basinski, Nita Sypert, Kathy Gellasch, Elaine Cuthbertson, Lois Sutton, Julie Rorkwood, Barb LaParl, Bob Beattie, Bill Rose, Ted Piotrowski, George Rose, Jack Bell. Bob Beattie Jack Bell Marianne Funke Agnes Jankowski Isabel Long Judy Piotrowski Ted Piotrowski Julie Rorkwood George Rose Lois Sutton Nita Sypert Evening Supervisor Lynette Thompson Adult Education 157. Enriching Experiences Describe Learning Center Programs 5 . 1 . 1. Participating in a sing-a-long, Ida Basinski, Santa and children join in carols. 2. Attendance contestants wait on the raffle winner. 3. Bill Rose received a special honor for his volunteer help in Duck Decoy class. 158. 4. Community members take in the display of enrichment classes on " Night to Remember.” 5. Credits and debits begin to balance for Bookkeeping. 6. Psychology class gives members a chance for self awareness. 7. " Fred Astaire” lives in the ballroom dancing couples. 8. George Rose, Bob Beattie, Bob Jehl, Mark Zelazny and Dick Watson display their award winning duck decoys. 9. Children participate in the joint party for Child Care Lab, Adult Learners and Developmental Disabled Adults. 10. Contestants in the t-shirt contest await the judging. Adult Learners Challenge Instructors 2 . 3 . 4 _ 5 . 160. 1. Intent concentration involves the German class. 2. Mary Jo Villworth utilizes the Aud-x in Reading Lab. 3. Larry Buhagiar completes a science experiment involving electricity 4. American History study demands the attention of Carol Arnold. 5. Literature assignments demand the concentration of Marilyn Hansel. 1. Beluah Richardson received special recognition for outstanding achievement. 2. Evelyn Zelenock, Pansy Dewey, Marjorie Humphrey, EloiseTesch, Lillian Partenski, Mary Reed, Juliette Wilson, Ethel Mullenhagen and Eileen Labatzky display the Dulcimers they made in their special class. 3. Pat Guldner and Stella Obeshaw participate in class discussion. 4. Pat James finds herself oblivious to the world as she concentrates on her studies. 5. Dennis Wcisel adds his ideas to the discussion. 6. Cathy Golden finds herself all involved in her assignment. 7. Catherine Arpan organizes her notes for the class assignment. ’80 Graduates Achieve Their Goal 1 . Deep in concentration Kim Stein works on the next project. 2. June 3, 1979 was a proud moment for these graduates and staff: Jack Bell, George Rose, Jim Pence, Ida Basinski, Lois Sutton, Ernesta Peterson, Elaine Cuthbertson, Irene Head, Daisy Meeker, Laura Sutherland, Shirley Allen, Marjorie Humphrey, Cathy Gulette, Nancy Meldrum, Peggy DeLude, Barbara Lehman, Donna Moreland, Frances Tranchemontagne. 3. An art project involves Mary Reed and Percy Tranchemontagne. Catherine Arpan Ruth Arpan Marion Bender Larry Buhagiar Patti Cartwright Bernice Engle hardt j 162 . Class of 80 Not Pictured: Carol Bitten, John Currier, Peggy DeSot, Kay Dougan, Anita Downing, DeWitt Ferguson, Carla Hart, Richard Hopper, Jr., Doug Jelsone, Mark Knechtel, Caroline Kuefler, Joseph Logan, Judith Mann, Kris Meldrum, Sherry Messer, Brenda Pullin, William Richards, Dan Waelens Linda Furtah Carolyn Head Mikah Ihns Sherry Kotsonis Jo Ann Moore Barbara Murley Stella Obeshaw Shirley Osieczonek Claudia Pizzo Carol Poole Ronald Radatz Laura Rittenhouse David Sehroeder Percy Tranchenmontagne Catherine Warner Dennis Weisel Adult Education 163. c diJ£,ztL±Ln Advertisers provide a vital support to help us produce this book. It is through their generous support that we are able to publish this book. We encourage you to support our advertisers and help them know that you appreciate their support also. ADVERTISING INDEX Action Auto Parts; 190 Algonac Board of Education; 165 Algonac Cabinet Center; 184 Algonac Harbour; 170 Algonac Meat Market; 167 Algonac Savings Bank; 168 Allov Marine; 190 All State Photo; 180 Anchor Bay Plastics; 173 Anchor Glass and Screen; 170 Auto Craft; 174 Baxter ' s Insurance; 183 Bell Harbor; 194 Bennage Chev rolet; 167 Blue Water Vending; 178 BOEC; 166 Bud ' s Restaurant; 197 Capri Restaurant; 170 Channel Marker; 195 Charlie’s Barber Shop; 177 Chesterfield Locksmith; 171 Chris Craft; 179 Citizen ' s Federal Savings; 175 Class of ’80; 198 date’s Service; 192 Joan Cole Interiors; 167 Colony Clinic; 194 Colony Marine; 192 Courier; 180 Craine ' s; 187 Crocker’s Sport Cycle; 186 Dairy Cove; 197 Danny’s; 191 A1 D ' Eath Marina; 167 Dino ' s Pizzeria; 179 Donahue Remodeling; 195 Don’s Septic Tank Service; 195 Empire Tile; 181 Fair Haven Bakery; 181 Fairhaven Farms; 172 Fair Haven Pharmacy; 180 Fair Haven Sporting Goods; 186 Fall’s Fiberglass; 197 Ben Franklin’s; 170 Gilbert Funeral Home; 172 Hair Shoppe; 196 Havens Marine Construe.; 196 Henkel ' s Marina; 175 Henry ' s; 186 Hick’s Pharmacy; 184 IGA; 171 Island Queen Ice Cream; 173 Jewelry by Mary; 177 Dr. Keskitalo; 171 Earl Keim Realty; 180; 184 Dr. Kenzie, sr,jr.. Dr. Haag; 177 Klieman ' s Sporting Goods; 186 Knots and Pots; 170 Krajenke; 189 Lazy L Saloon; 167 London Creme Shoppe; 193 Love’s Restaurant; 195 Lumberjack; 183 Lyle ' s Marina; 198 164. Congratulations and Best Wishes to: The Students of Algonac High School from: Algonac Community Schools Board of Education Donald E. Dodge President Robert N. Vervinck Vice President Charles Yonaka Trustee I Sue Baxter Secretary A. Dale Tucker Trustee Richard Cowper Trustee fieanore Trix Treasurer M D Lumber Yard; 173 Mr. and Mrs. McKoan; 175 Michigan National Bank; 173 Minnich Boats; 183 Mitchell Buick; 1% Mitchell Honda; 195 Monnier Inc.; 181 Donald More; 167 Murray Construction; 188 New Baltimore Motors; 175 New York Life; 199 North Channel Construction; 192 Northwestern Mutual Life; 183 PDQ Press; 179 Tom Phillip Homes; 180 The Pier’s; 197 Plagens Marine G nst.; 193 Polonia; 177 Prior’s Plumbing; 196 Prudential Insurance; 169 Old Club; 194 Optimist Club; 176 The Raft; 182 Ray’s Bait and Tackle; 183 Real Estate One; 171 Saint Clair Photo; 198 San Souei Antiques; 173 San Souei Bar; 180 George Schudlich Realty; 184 Schulte ' s Realty; 167 Schnoor Realty; 175 Seafarer’s; 185 Sharrow ' s Serive; 196 Shear Magic; 190 Sheila’s Do or Dye; 173 Soulliere Tree Removal; 175 Smith Sabin Something Special; 172 Special Plastics; 190 Sports; 191 Starville Health Foods; 170 Stiltner Plumbing; 193 Student Council; 198 Studio One; 171 Sunoco Service Center; 181 Sunset Harbor; 186 TJ ' S Restaurant; 184 Terry berry Rings; 172 Thrifty Tire and Wheel: 186 Tip’s Place; 175 Tire Distributors — St. Clair; 172 V S Hardware; 190 Vernier’s; 197 VFW, 197 Waterfront Shoppe; 177 Advertising 165. ST. CLAIR COUNTY EDUCATION ASSOCIATION — ALGONAC . . . hope that we have helped you toward a successful future S.O.X.V Congratulates the Class of ' 80 Gay Linn Martin — President Theresa Mihelich — Vice President Bonnie Hewelt — Secretar Kim Werner — Treasurer Sue McFarlane — Historian Sandy Beaver — Reporter Diane Misany — Parliamentarian 166 . 0€UV (do interiors , 3nc. 33143 - 23 M lit Rd. New Baltimore Ml 48047 Congratulations Class of ' 80 ALGONAC MEAT MARKET 4682 Pte. Tremble Algonac, Ml ChMteriield Mall Court 725-1444 Congratulations Class of ' 80 Wallpaper — Draperies — Paint — Upholstery Supplies Tom D ' Eath — Class of ’62 Gold Cup Hydroplane Winner, 1976 AL D’EATH MARINA INC. Visit: Wendy ' s Wicks Inside Harsens Island 748-9943 BENNAGE CHEVROLET IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US I 1 0 Broadway Marine City, Ml 48039 765-8868 SCHULTES REAL ESTATE CO., INC. Residential and Condominium Sales Representative Phone 573-3900 Res. 794-5430 IB REALTOR JUDYGRUNOW MLS Million Dollar Club Member 28 1 1 I Hoover Rd. Suite 7A Warren, Ml 48093 GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 1980 DONALD MORE 4466 Pointe Tremble Road Algonac, Michigan 48001 Phone: 794-9008 Leo and Pat Connelly Advertising 167. Congratulations Class of ' 80 Gerald Lozen, Agent 794-3583 THE ALGONAC SAVINGS BANK Member F.D.I.C. Main Office — Algonac Branches — Fair Haven, Pearl Beach Hours: Monday-Thursday: 9:00 to 4:30 Friday: 9:00 to 6:00 Saturday: 9:00 to 12:00 Drive In Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:30 am to 7:30 pm Saturday: 7:30 am to 4:30 pm Each depositor insured to 40,000. FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Advertising 169. 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Keskitalo Office Hours by Appointment Emergency Service House Calls 36755 Green At Ashley (313) 725-8900 New Baltimore, Michigan 48047 Anchor Bay Veterinary Clinic Qongratulations to {Re Rome owners of tRe future ! i Real Estale Oae. m MEMBER (EljeHterfietfi Hockfimitlj Licensed and Bonded Locksmith 33099 — 23 Mile Rd. New Baltimore, Ml 48047 Phone:313-725-0700 MEMBER Lois Carrier Joyce Bryson Thelma Warner Lucille Funk Virginia Farrell Mary Schrage Michael Malik Alvia Heim Mary Ann Short — Realtor Advertising 171. Congratulations Class of ' 80 GILBERT FUNERAL HOME Since 1904 Algonac, Ml 48001 YOUR CLASS RING ■ by TERRYBERRY Richard D. Ernst M 14— 2609 Box 137 BIRMINGHAM, MICHIGAN M I h iVmTV u { r i i m j New Owners Jim and Hazel Boyle 533 Columbia SMITH SABIN YOU FIRST 9 I m: IS irniuuiikiniumiiAiHrlJ 2000 S. River Rd. 329-7313 TIRE DISTRIBUTORS OF ST. CLAIR SOMETHING SPECIAL in FLOWERS 794-351 1 794-3511 FAIR HAVEN FARMS Home of Dry Doc, Champion Quarter Horse Stallion 7263 Starville Road Fair Haven, Ml 48023 172. SHEILA ' S DO OR DYE Beauty Salon 624 Michigan Algonac, Ml 794.4046 ANCHOR BAY PLASTICS CO. SUBSIDIARY Of 8 8 INDUSTRIES. INC Time for Home Face Lifting lDMB imnL0ING SUPPLIES " Cash-Way " Prices — For Quality, Values, Savings M D LUMBER YARD David A. Benke Plant Manager TWX 810-231-5298 8720 DIXIE HIGHWAY 313 725-2791 FAIR HAVEN. MICHIGAN 48023 609 West Boulevard Phone 765-5303 Marine City, Michigan Michigan National Bank- Port Huron ’80 OPEN SAT . SUN. ft HOLIDAYS 12 TO 6 P .M anj8 ouri Antiques INTERIOR DECORATING CONSULTANT (Collectors Paradise Chet Kucinski 3120 south channel drive Res (313) 892-7379 HARSENS ISLAND. MICH ISLAND QUEEN ICE CREAM PARLOR A k Located in Downtown Sans Souci Fresh Baked Goods on Weekend Greeting Cards Candy Toys and Crafts Advertising 173. TOOL AND DIE CO., INC. 1800 Fruit Street Algonac, Ml 794-4929 174 . Citizen ' s Federal Savings and Loan Association 301 Summer St. Algonac, Ml 48001 794-4958 Boats - Motors Bait - Tackle TIPS PLACE 8423 Dixie Hwy. (M-29) Fair Haven, Michigan Gil Dysarczyk Ph. 725-9410 Compliments of Schnoor Real Estate (Since I860) Fair Haven, Ml Peter Henkel, Inc. Ph one (313) 7403600 7650 South Chtmittl Dr. Hmrsans Island, Mick. 4902$ Classic Boats A Motor Si. Clair Flats Marina Scripps Marina Engine Co. Phone 725-253 1 NEW BALTIMORE MOTORS INC. JS " Where We Care About You and Your Car- Ken Theis 37885 Green St., New Baltimore, Ml 48047 Congratulations Graduates MR. MRS. JOSEPH McKOAN, Tree Removal (To the Stump) BOB SOULLIERE SONS 748 3055 Advertising 175. Compliments of ALGONAC OPTIMIST CLUB Promise Yourself — To be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind. To talk health, happiness and prosperity to every person you meet. To make all your friends feel that there is something in them. To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true. To think only of the best, to work only for the best and expect only the best. To be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own. To forget the mistakes of the past and press on to greater achievements of the future. To wear a cheerful countenance at all times and give every living creature you meet a smile. To give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others. To be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear, and too happy to permit the presence of trouble. Optimist International Friend of Youth Optimist Members: Joseph Caimi Robert Christy Jr. Thomas Clemons Jr. Michael Donaldson Robert Ford John Gibson Robert Hollway William Jacks Mike Malik William Mallia Fred Raymond Jeffrey Saltman James Schudlich George Schudlich Donald Schwendemann A. Dale Tucker Gerald Tuzinowski John Warwick John Woods Gerald Zamborowski 176 . Best Wishes Class of ' 80 DR. ROBERT L. HAAG, D.D.S. DR. JOHN KENZIE, SR., D.D.S. DR. JOHN KENZIE, JR., D.D.S. POLONIA EUROPEAN IMPORTS, INC. 33145 — 23 Mile Road (Chesterfield Mall) 725-4169 Wishes All Graduates STO LAT! 7 4-4771 Tum.-M. •» tat. »-• CHARLIE Charlie’s BARBER SHOP Mens ' Womens ' Halrcuting Styling JOHNNY I4K Gold — Engraving — Ring and Watch Repair Ear Piercing and Laminating JEWELRY BY MARY Costume and Fine Jewelry Citizen Watch Dealer Diamonds Mary Maratta (313) 725-1788 New Baltimore, Inside Chesterfield Mall 33123 — 23 Mile Rd. Ml 48047 3061 South Channel Drive Harsens Island, Ml 748 3623 Diclc and Kay Earle Advertising 177. congratulations from BLUE WATER VENDING ' A Quality Product Creates Its Own Demand " Port Huron phone 982-8565 PDQ PRESS Where the difference is quality Instand and Custom Printing Wedding and Social Invitations Tickets Business Stationery Tom Gratopp 7752 Dixie Hwy. Fair Haven, Ml 48023 Dino ' s PIZZERIA Green St. New Baltimore 725-7543 CHRIS CRAFT SALES CENTS R INC. 2001 Detroit Rd. Algonac, Ml 48001 794-4944 Advertising 179. FAIR HAVEN PHARMACY TOM PHILLIP HOMIS, INC. 6625 DYKE ROAD ALGONAC, MICHIGAN 48001 Phone:725-1151 8875 Dixie Hwy. Fair Haven, Ml 48023 Cosmetics, Gifts, Liquor Complete Family Prescription Record Service Congratulations San Souci Bar ALL STATES PHOTO lQl COMPANY School Photographers a nd Publishers DICK HOCKING President (3 1 3) 649-2 1 1 3 4155 Brandywyne Dr. (313)649-2139 Troy, Ml 48098 EARLKEIM REALTY FRED J. RAYMOND ASSOCIATES, INC. EARL KEIM REALTY Algonac 794-9191 Offices New Baltimore Harsens Island 725-8885 748-3511 The ' The Review ONLY The Independent Press Paper The Courier-)oarnal Jn Town , find TV Weekly THE EMPIRE TILE CO., INC. " Tile Work of Quality " Ceramic — Marble — Mosaic and Quarry Member Tile Contractor Assoc, of America 777-5264 1 7259 Stephens East Detroit, Ml 4820 1 Roy and Art Bianchini 748-3570 SUNOCO SERVICE CENTER I 309 St. Clair River Drive, Algonac, Ml CERTIFIED MASTER MECHANIC ON DUTY Motor Tune-Ups Brake Service Exhaust Systems Disc Brakes Minor Repairing Wheel Balancing 794-9240 (313) 794-7010 GHAZAL ' S FLORIST Best Wishes to Class of 1980 MONNIER, INC. ALGONAC Jack and Nancy Ghazal 5430 Pte. Tremble Algonac, Ml 4800 1 Rye, White, Pumpernickle, Potato, Marble, Whole Wheat Breads, Hot Coffee to Go Fair Haven Bakery Featuring European Style Bake Goods 8 1 74 Dixie (M-29) 725-3321 Near Palms Rd. Fair Haven, Ml Advertising 181. Fine Sandwiches And Drinks 725-9100 Your Host HOWARD CHARTRAND At the Bend on Dyke Rd. 7707 Dyke Road Fair Haven, Ml 182 . LUMBER JACK A. DALE TUCKER Special Agent P.O. Box 425 4181 Pte. Tremble Road Algonac, Ml 48001 313-794-3000 THE BEST IN ALL YOUR HARDWARE NEEDS I 3470 Pte. Tremble Algonac, Ml 48001 794-492 1 THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY MILWAUKEE NML THE BAXTER AGENCY, INC. Insurance 7 1 7 St. Clair River Dr. Algonac, Ml 48001 794-4907 Frank (Skip) Baxter ED MUNICH’S BOATS BAIT • Live Bait • Boat Rentals • Motor Rentals • Tackle A Supplies James Dymond - Owner w O 2006 St. Clair River Drive, Algonac 1-794-3611 fe Advertising 183. MBKETS - COUITERS - SEMES ALSONAC CABINET CENTER CUSTOM poRMi SERVICE EU GRRTDPP SOU PTE TREMBLE RO. 1313! 7S4-S203 ALSOBTAC, Ml 48001 Congratulations from TIM RAYMOND AND EARLKEIM REALTY Bus. 725 8885 Res. 794 91 16 Compliments of HICK ' S VILLAGE PHARMACY Fred J. Raymond — Associates Inc. 35167 — 23 Mile Rd. New Baltimore 48047 1 03 1 St. Clair River Dr. GEORGE P. SCHUDLICH REALTY Offices in: Algonac, New Baltimore and Marine City (in the mall) Algonac, Ml Phone 794-4939 184 . Congratulations to the Class of 1980 From the Advertising 185. r . IFair itauen sporting (Soo b KUEMAN ' S SPORTING GOODS 8861 Dixie Highway (M -29) Fair Haven, Ml 48023 (313) 725-4758 Specializing in Custom Hand Loading I 32 Broadway Marine City, Mich. 48039 765 9042 World Headquarters " trs t€£ 7$»£ tC£ m . , SH (At % iwi ALGON AC . MICHIGAN FISH IS OUR SPECIALTY AIR CONDITIONED • LIQUOR ON SUNDAYS OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK DINING ROOMS TO ACCOMMODATI 300 7HONI • 7 4-4904 • 7 4-4 01 • 7 4-345 1784 NORTH CHANNEL DRIVE HARSENS ISLAND, MICH. 48028 JIM DOAN SERVICE MANAGER 748-3082 748-9937 GOODYEAR THRIFTY TIRE WHEEL CENTERS Complete Line of Mag Wheels Cragar — Cal Chrome — E.T. — Appliance Superior Marc Hanna 37021 Green Mgr. New Baltimor e, Ml 725 0801 CROCKERS SPORT AND CYCLE 650 Pte. Tremble Road Algonac, Ml 794-4393 The Latest in Wilson Sporting Goods Equipment 186 . WM. MURRAY CONSTRUCTION INC. 41355 PRODUCTION DR. MT. CLEMENS, Ml 48045 STRUCTURAL STEEL ERECTORS SPECIALIZING IN PRE-ENGINEERED BUILDINGS p ljiim nts off. KRAJENKE BUICK Sales and Leasing hard to spell, easy to deal with ! 1 303 1 Joseph Campau Hamtramclc, Ml 482 1 2 1-313 891-2700 Advertising 189. V S HARDWARE INC. 5325 Pte. Tremble Clay Township, Michigan 4800 1 794 9412 ACTION AUTO PARTS Marine Hardware — Stampings — Fabrications A Robert W. Patchett, President 4618 Pte. Tremble Rd.(M-29) Algonac, Ml 48001 (313) 794-4923 2615 Pte. Tremble Algonac, Ml 48001 794-4977 Phone (3 1 3) 765-8838 SPECIAL PLASTIC PRODUCTS INC. Quality Injection Moldings and Assemblies SHEAR MAGIC FAMILY HAIRCARE SALON Ernie Young President 847 DeGurse Ave. Marine City, Ml 48039 794-3491 Noreene Hoover Tues., Wed., Fri., 9:00 6:00 Thurs., 9:00-7:00 Sat. 9:00-5:00 1401 St. Clair Blvd. Algonac 190 . Thanks to all our Sports Supporters ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Algonac High School 1. Football 2. Basketball (Girls) 3. Reid Hockey 4. Golf 5. Cross Country 6. Basketball (Boys) 7. Volleyball 8. Wrestling 9. Cheerleading 1 0. Track (Boys and Girls) I I. Baseball 1 2. Softball 1 3. Tennis Algonquin Junior High School Warriors 1. Girls Basketball 2. Football 3. Boys Basketball 4. Cheerleading 5. Boys Track 6. Girls Track Congratulations — Class of ' 80 DANNY ' S Liquor, Beer, Wine, Subs 108 Pte. Tremble 794-9065 Advertising 191. DON GLOWSKI 748 3936 NORTH f CHANNEL CONSTRUCTION CO., INC., 1286 N. Channel Harsens Island, Ml 48028 ( X IKEavi 1 SALES SERVICE, INC. f " Next to the Jo ony Tower " CLATE’S SERVICE in ALGONAC Complete Automotive Service Major and Minor Repairs ★ One Stop Shop Expert • Reasonable • Engines • Transmissions • Auto-Electric • Body and Collision • Air Conditioning • Frame Straightening • Wheel Alignment • Brakes • Mon — 8 am-9 pm • Tues-Fri — 8 am 5 pm IfWg CAN ' T DO IT -IT CAN ' T BE DONE; M H, 94-3271 If Busy 794-7100 590 Pointe Tremble Rd. M ' 192 . MARINE nrjinu (4 ! 47 DICK 725-050C New Baltimore Advertising 193. (313) 794-9418 LONDON CREME SHOPPE 794-3541 Ice Cream Specialties Birthday Parties STILTNER PLUMBING INC. Large or S mall We Do It All James E. Stiltner Licensed Master Plumber 8962 Field Rd. Algonac, Ml 48001 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Students of Algonac High School COLONY CLINIC Dr. Leonard Kasperowicz, D.O. Dr. Arlene Mruk, D.O. Leonard Kasperowicz Ann Kasperowicz Rachael Kasperowicz Charlotte Kasperowicz Kimberly Kasperowicz David Kasperowicz Carry Out Curb Service Inside Seating 430 Pte. Tremble Algonac The Happiest Taste around . . . seven days a week ... I I a.m. to I I p.m. Joe c Doiyaliue cRemodelirig 1244 N. Channel Harsens Island, Ml 748-3615 DONALD CONKLIN 794-9813 CHANNEL MARKER Finest in Dining ALGONAC, MICHIGAN 794-3041 DON ' S SEPTIC TANK SERVICE BONDED LICENSED QD What the World is Coming To DARRELL DAUGHERTY Honda Service Manager MITCHELL BUICK OPEL SALES INC. P.O. Box 807 165 N. Gratiot Mt. Clemens, Ml 48043 468-4567 Advertising 195. LARRY HAVENS Marine Contractor THE HAIR SHOPPE What the World is Coming To Unisex Hair Styles BUICK HONDA Ki Voog Vice President MITCHELL BUICK OPEL SALES INC. 9787 Dixie Hwy. Anchorville, Ml Phone: 725-6736 P.O. Box 807 165 N. Gratiot Mt. Clemens, Ml 48043 1 %. 468-4567 Oka Piari DINING COCKTAIL LOUNGE and MARINA EXQUISITE DINING ON THE NITER 7479 DYKE ROAD (M-21) FAIR H IEH, MICH. 725-0341 Open all year, 5 days a week Closed Mon.-Tues. Complete Catering Service VERNIERS Since 1896 Fair Haven 725-0361 CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE Bair a (Emir ...On -the Bay 9264 Field Rd. Algonac, MI Custom and Industrial 794-5108 8089 Dixie Hwy. Fair Haven, Ml 48023 Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 390 1 FAIR HAVEN, MICH. Algonac, Ml Advertising 197. Si,. » LYLE ' S MARINA MtCHflNOl rine Service Mercury Outboards Inboards Inboard Outboards On Water near 794-4460 6207 M 29 Gale Banks Turbo Chargers i Let the mistakes of the leaders today be an example for the Leaders of tomorrow and let the good precedents be carried on for many tomorrows to come. Algonac High School Student Council 198 . Let New York Lite help you with your first and most important financial decisions .... savings retirement financial security W ' T 1 _ v v Mi •£! , £f Albert C. Weckle 100 W. Long Lake Rd. Suite 200 Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48013 o« ice: 646-5030 Home: 628- 1 601 Life Insurance Health Estate Planning Business Insurance Advertising 199. PATRONS Congratulations from ARDIEL’S PARTY STORE JOHN BAKER 128 LaCroix Harsens Island, Ml BEACON HARDWARE 7938 Dixie Hwy. Fair Haven, MI 48023 Good Luck, Class of 80 TAE HONG CHUNG, M.D. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES E. DISS M R DRUGS 1089 St. Clair River Dr. Algonac, MI FOLKERTS Shoes for the Family 794-3835 KANE ' S TIME SHOP 2218 St. Clair River Dr. Algonac, Ml 48001 KLOEFFLER INDUSTRIES. INC. 6033 King Rd. Marine City, MI 48039 Congratulations. Seniors ' 80 MR. AND MRS. HENRY D. LIND KATHERINE NEU PACKY’S PARTY STORE 3064 S. Channel Dr. Harsens Island, MI 48028 LUCAS MOWER SALES AND SERVICE 2634 Pte. Tremble Rd. Algonac, MI 48001 JOHNNIE LEGA’S BAR Pearl Beach, MI MAYEA BOAT WORKS 8779 Dixie Hwy Fair Haven, MI -48023 MELDRUM COMPANY, REALTOR 8128 Dixie Hwy. Fair Haven, MI 48023 NANCIE STEVENS AND DIANNA SCHUTT SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY 411 Michigan Algonac, MI 48001 Lots of Luck, TOM SOULLIERE Congratulations and Good Luck to all future graduates, JUDY SOULLIERE Congratulations to the class of ' 80 ANTONIA SOULLIERE MR. AND MRS. ROBERT F. SOULLIERE DUCK’S NEST, HARSENS ISLAND Congratulations, LARRY ZECH Good luck, class of 80 MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH ZECH SPECIAL MESSAGES Congratulations, Class of ’80 MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BATCHELDER Best Wishes to the Class of ’80 from the BERES FAMILY Best wishes to the class of 80 MR. AND MRS. THOMAS BESEMER Congratulations, Class of ’80 MR. AND MRS. ROBERT A. BRECK DR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. HAAG MR. AND MRS. C. HOLSTINE Congratulations, Dolores, Pam, Jane, John, Joe . . . from the KRUGER FAMILY LOUIS C. LAPARL JR. AND FAMILY Congratulations, Dolores, John, Joe and the class of ’80 . . . CHUCK MELDRUM FAMILY Congratulations, class of ’80 MR. AND MRS. T. R. NAGLE Congratulations, Class of ' 80 MRS. PORZADEK John G. Davidson — Excellence is attained thru patience and practice. Both attained through maturity. God Bless . . . T.L. and N.M. Congratulations, Cindy from them that love you, Mom, Dad, Paul and Billy Congratulations, Bev. Love, Mom, Dad and Frank Marvin: We wish you the very best. Love, Mom, Dad, Kathy, Danni, Heidi, Bob and Tom Mike Holstine — To a hard working boy that we’re proud of. Love, Mom and Dad (Feed the dog) Diane Land — Hang in there, Diane. We’re pulling for you. We love. you very much. Darlene, Mom and Dad Congratulations, Mike LaParl. Love, Mom, Dad, Bill, Gary, Jim and Laura Congratulations, Kim from them that love you. Mom, Dad, Shelly and Jennifer Keep up the good work Shelly, we’re proud of you. Mom, Dad, Kim and Jennifer. Good Luck, Diane — our favorite actress! From Dad, Diane and Keith Kodet We’re proud of you, Jeff! Dad, Diane and Keith Kodet Congratulations, Dolores! You finally made it! Your sister, Mary Dearest Wendy — ff Give the world your best and the best will come back to you.” Congratulations Love, Mom, Dad, Greg and Cheryl Kelly Malinski — Good Going, Kelly. We love you. Dad, Carol and Gram Tom Meldrum — We’re proud of you. Mom, Dad, Colleen, Chris, Gary and Mick Congratulations, Brian Peterson, There is no way to measure the love and dreams we have for you. The directions you take can only be chosen by you. You are always remembered in our prayers. Love always. Mother, Dad, Rodg er, Paula and Hank Tammy Robinson — Congratulations, we wish you health, wealth and happiness. Keep smiling and the world will smile with you. Love, Mom, Dad, Lisa and Gary Congratulations, Laurie with love from Mom, Dad, Jack, Jeff, Lynn, Lisa For you Henrik Sjogren, You make us so proud to be your American parents. God has blessed us to share your talents for music, and you being the beautiful person you are. Your parents and Sweden can be proud of you too as their representative. You are dearly loved by all of us. Mother and Dad Peterson, Rodger, Brian and Paula Jill — love and best wishes — from Mom, Dad and family Jill — Good luck — from your sister. Kris — My dream No. 2 has come true. Thank you always. Love, Mom Congratulations, John Tucker from the Roberts. Diane Uhl — Congratulations — We wish you loads of happiness. Always love from your other Mom and Dad To my darling Sherry — who knows so much now but has so much to learn. Love, Mother Steve Witherspoon — You get out of life what you put into it. Good luck. Love, Mom and Dad Patrons 201 . INDEX STAFF Allen, Yvonne, 112 Appelman, George, 54, 57, 62, 144, 152 Avers, Roger, 38, 62, 144, 148 Bade, Sandra, 82, 86, 88, 144, 152, 198 Basinski, Ida, 156, 157, 158, 162 Basinski, Dennis, 144, 147 Batchelder, Lea, 142 Baxter, Sue, 140 Beattie, Bob, 157 0 Bell, Jack. 137,162 Blanrk, Charles, 62, 132, 1 14,154 Broeder, Ruth, 43, 49, 109, 144, 207 Buck, Jill, 62,144,151 Borns, David, 144, 154 Caimi, Joseph, 140, 141 Graven, Teiry, 24, 43 , 138, 144 Cuthkertson, Elaine, 157, 162 Cvengros, Tom, 1 43, 1 45 Cona, Frank, 145 Cowper, Richard, 140, 165 Cummons, Janice, 143, 144 Dodge, Donald, 140, 156, 165 Duva, Greg, 37, 139, 145 Eglinton, Jane, 32, 33, 62, 72, 73,145, 150 Farrell, Nancy, 118, 145 Fisher, Cora, 142, 175 Ford, Robert, 62, 141,144 Franey, Joyce, 145 Funke, Marianne, 157 Garrett, Richard. 62, 71, 145, 149 Gellasch. Kathy. 157 Greenwood, R. C., 62, 145, 147 Gregg, Denise, 44, 45, 1 38, 145 Godfrey. Greg, 62, 145 Hills, Patricia, 149 Holland, Frances, 142 Hollw ay, Robert, 140, 141 Holmes, James. 62, 145, 146 Huston, Patricia, 62, 1 46, 149 Jackson, Hugh, 4 1 , 58, 62, 68, 146, 153 Jankowski, Agnes, 157 Jones, Greg, 1 18, 146, 150 Jones, Mary, 46, 108, 145, 146 Koltz, Bill, 23, 30, 69 Kelley, Jan, 74, 75 Kenny. Michael, 143, 146 King. Chin, 30, 3 1 Ku dzal. Stanley. 46, 146, 149 Lampe, Jeanette, 156, 157 LaParl, Barbara, 1 ,57 Ignore. James, 62, 146, 154 Long, Isabel, 157 Lowes, Linda, 1 42 Mageau. Marge, 1 46 Maki, Terry, 108. 146, 148, 58 McLeod, Allan, 62, 146, 153 McMaken, Dennis, 52, 53, 143,146 Mega nek. Arthur, 62, 146, 152 Munson, Kenneth, 62, 82, 147, 153 Peterson, Ernesta, 1 42, 1 62 Piotrowski, Judy, 157 Piotrowski, Ted, 157 Potter, Glenn, 62, 147, 154 Pritchard, William. 62, 147, 149 Reyelts, Paul, 76 Robertson, Mary, 143, 147 Rochon. Louis, 145, 147 Rock wood, Julie, 157 Koehrig, Rita Rose, Bill, 157 Rose, George, 162 Schlaack, Lary, 23, 141, l 147 Shagena, Anita, 148, 150 Shafer, Cynthia. 148. 151 Shafer, Dan, 24, 34, 48, 58, 139, 148 Smith, Sharon, 34 Streit, Esther, 42, 147, 148 Sudberry, Robert, 23, 148, 152 Sutton, I ois, 157, 162 Sypert, Nita, 157 Tavlor, Michael, 145, 1 18, 151 Thompson, Lynette, 157 Tobias, Steve, 141 Treppa. lawrence. 62, 148, 154 Trix, Eleanore, 141 Trotter, James, 59, 149, 153 Trudell, Sue, 152 Trumble, Ronald, 62, 149, 151 Tucker, A. Dale, 140, 165 Venia, Gay, 149, 150 VerVinck; Robert, 140, 165 Wagane, Eve, 146, 149 W arwick, John, 58, 143, a 149 Weitzel, Donald, 62, 1 19, 150 W esoloski. Jim, 62, 1 43, 149 W ight. Donald, 62, 58, 76, 78, 138, 149, 153 Y ' onaka, Charles, 140, 165 Y oung, Stephen, 28. 58. 146, 149 STUDENTS Achatz, Cliff, 2, 118 Acre, Doug Aggas, Mike Allegoet, Steve. 26, 76, 128. 199, 207 ALLEN, DAN, 82 Allen. Denise, 2,57, 118, 125 Allen, Shir lev. 162 AMES, DEBBIE, 8, 82. 104 Anderson, Julie, 108 ANDERSON, KARI, 8, 82 Andresen. Bill, 23, 108 Andrenen, John, 57 Andre s. Penny, 128 Apigo, Marvin. 128 Arman. Paul. 128 ARMAN, STEVE, 1 7, 82, 95 Armstrong. Todd, 118 Ameil, Dale, 128 Arnold, Carol, 160 Arpan, Eric, 57, 199 Arpan, Catherine, 161, 162 Arpan, Joe. 1 18, 125 ARPAN, ROBERTA, 8, 82, 100 Arpan, Ruth, 162 ARPAN, TOM, 8, 19, 58, 76, 82, 104, 174 Astemborski, Angela, 16, 17,55,57.64, 65, 118, 124, 125 Asunto, Bob, 118 Atherholt, Annette, 52, 53, 118, 125 Aud, Del Aud, Lori Ausllrberry, Charles, 108, 110, 114 Avers, Craig, 8, 38, 128 Avers, Dan, 1 08 Avers, Dave, 57, 121 AVERS, DAW N, 8,55, 57, 82 AVERS, DOUG, 8, 38, 39, 57, 82 Avers, Eric, 24, 69, 1 18 AVERS, JACKIE, 8, 55, 82 Azar, lailh BABISZ, JOHN, 75, 83 BACHLER, KA REN, 8, 32, 44, 45, 72,83, 174 Baker, JoAnn Baker, Joe, 57, 76, 128, 199 Baker, Josie Balduck, Jim, 128 Bandlow, Dave, 108 Banocy, Chris, 55, 57, 118, 125 Banocy, Johnna, 3, 20, 42, 43, 52, 53, 55, 64, 65, 128, 199 BANOCY , KELLY, 8, 55, 83 Barnowski, Mike Baroni, Paul, 76, 78, 108, 110,113,114 Bartolomueei, Lvnn, 1 18 BARTOLOMLCCI.SLE BATCHELDER. KEVIN, 43, 54,57,82, 83, 198, 207 Bates, Laura, 34, 74, 75. 92, 128, 134, 199 Bates, Nancv, 32, 33, 72, 73, 108, 110, 114 Batuk, Nancv, 5, 45, 108, 110, 114, 172 BAYLY, BRI AN, 8, 83 Bayly, Sue, 108 Bayones, Tom, 118 Beasley, Dawn, 128 BEAUCHAMP, KEN. 83, 174 Beaulieu, Carol, 57. 108. no. in Beauregard, I ori. 28. 29, 118.125, 190, 194 Beauregard, Michelle, 57. 108, 110, 114, 190, 194 Beattie, Bob. 159 Beaver, Brian, 24. 78. I 18 BEAVER, SANDR A, 8. 13, 14, 45, 46. 47,57,83, 174 BEHM, LINDA, 8. 83 Bell, Peidi, 55, 57, 128, 199 Bell. Mike, 59, 71, 128, 199 Bell, Robert, 1 18 Bender, IJcbhic. 57, 128. 199 Bender, Marion, 162 202 . _ Benke, Doreen, 2, 8, 32, 35, 118, 125, 127 Benoit, Nancy, 4, 33, 34, 35, 57, 128 BENOIT, TIM, 41, 45, 66, 67, 83, 1 74 Beres, Holly, 1 18 Berger, Kim, 128, 137 Berry, Dan, 128 Bertrand, Chris, 108, 110, 114 Berube, Mike BESEMER, DAVE, 1,8, 14, 17, 43,45, 55,56, 57, 66. 82,93,94, 174 Bevins, Denise, 52, 53, 128 Bevins, Maria Bianchi, Gustavo, .51 Bianchini, Rov, 36, 37, 81, 108, 110, 112, 114 BILAND, CINDY, 8, 83 Biland, Ken, 26, 57, 77, 128, 199 BILAND, PATTI, 8, 45, 57, 83, 179 Biland, Phil, 24, 76, 79, 118, 120 Single, Sandra, 15, 47, 109. 110, 114 Bird, Greg Birgbauer, Gordon, 2, 118, 125 Bischoff, Jeanette, 18, 55, 119,125 Biscorner, Dave Biscorner, Ken Biscorner, Tina, 1 28 BITTEN, DAN, 8, 83 Bitten, Lynn, 109 Bitten, Mike, 128, 137 Blanck, Kelly, 109, 110, 114 Bland, Tim, 52, 53, 109 Blommer, Doris, 57, 128, 207 Blommer, Fred, 1 19, 125 BLOMMER, M ARIA, 8, 83 BLOSS, JIM, 8, 83 Bogosian. Jim, 109 BOLDA, CHRIS, 8, 83, 103 Bond, Jim, 57 BONENBERGER, JANE, 45, 84, 174, 198 Bonser, James Booker, Lorri, 128, 199 Booker, Teri, 109, 110, 114 Booth, Deanna Booth, Scott, 69, 119 Bosnian, Richard, 119 BOULIER, DAVID, 23 Bowers, Gil, 37, 58, 109, 110, 114 Bowers, Helen, 119. 125 BOW ERS, RAY, 84 Bowman. Matt, 128 Bovdell. Cindy, 109. 116 Boyer, Dave. 76, 128, 199 Boyer. Donna, 34, 128, 199 Boyer, Lisa, 32, 34, 109, 110, 114 Boyer, Mike, 119 Bradd, Dave, 119 Brandt, Scott, 109 BRAUN, LAURA. 8, 14,43, 45, 46, 47, 82, 84, 174 Braun, Mike, 59, 57, 108, 109 BR AI N, PAULA, 46, 47, 84, 174 BRECK. ROBIN, 45, 52, 53, 84, 85, 100 BROCKI. CAROL, 84 Brocklev, Wayne, 2. 54, 57. ' 119, i22, 127 y Brock mi Her, Dawn BRODY, JOHN, HI Brody, Kevin, 109 Brown, Don Brown, Dwayne, 1 19 Brown, Julie, 28, 29, 57, 58, 109 BROWN, LIES A, 5, 8, 46, 47,55,57,84, 104, 105 Brown, Mollie, 55, 128, 137 Brown, Steve, 57, 59, 1 19 Buokenmeyer, Theresa, 45, 57, 109, 110, 114 Buhagiar, Larry, 160, 162,J Buhagiar, Larry, 26, 7k 128,132,199 r Buhagiar, Tonv, 109, 110, 114 Bullitt, Steve, 26, 128 199 Bunnell, Eddie, 128 Burgess, George, 119 Burgess, Karen, 43, 128 Burnette, Cynthia, 52, 53, 119,125 X Busuttil, Kim, 13,28, 43, 118, 119, 125 Burns, Gerry, 128, 130 B1 SHELL, KIRK, 85 Calcaterra, Jim, 49, ' 57, 58, 76,85, 109, 110,114 Calcaterra, Mark, 10 6, 109,110,114 CAMPAGNA, J IM, 57 Carithers, Rick 1 Carr, Margo, 57, 128 1 Carrier, Michelle, 2, 1 19, | 120, 150 Carson, Jim, 128 Carson, Joe Cartwright, Patti, 162 Cartwright, Stacey Cartwright, Steve, 119 Cartwright, Mark Cassidy, Linda, 1 19 Cedar, Denise, 43, 46, 55, 57.64.65, 108, 109, 110, 114 Cetnarowski, Bill, 38, 128 Cetnarowski, Jim, 38 Chalmers, Debbie, 15, 21, 43, 54, 57, 58, 64, 65, • 109, llB, 114 Chaney, Kim, 127 Chapman, Dawn, 5, 52, 53, 128 Chapman, Richard, 1 1 125 Chapman, Sean Charland, Chris, 1 19 Chauvin, Henry Chauvin, Richard Chornaby, Kurt, 37, 109, 110, 114 Christy, Deborah, 46, 1 1 Christy, Stan, 128, 1 ( ' lark, Connie, 15, 55 l2 199 CLARK, GLENN, 8, 581 76,1 78, 85, 105 (dark, JoAnn, 52, 53, 5 119, 125 Clark, Marie, 30, 125 Clark, Robert, 119, 125 Cleary, Renee, 42, 55, 57, ' 64.65, 109, 110, 114 Clerc, Pat COFER, ED, 85 Collins, Kevin CONNERS, ERIC, 85 Cope, Steve, 26, 128 Coomer, Carey Cordy, JoAnne, 110, 114 Corry, Candy, 52, 53, 57, 199 CORRY, KAREN, 85, 92, 104 CORRY, KELLY, 57, 85,92 Crampton, Carrie Cross, Orthv. I, 15,20, W, 52, 33, 190 CROSS. CHRIS, 85 Croat, Cindy. I 17. 128 Crow, Endora ( ' nl I i more Ron, 70, 71, 128, 199 Curry , Janice I 19 Cuthbertson, Annette, 2, 46, 52,53,119, 125 Cuthbertson, Eric, 57, 120 Cuthhertson, Jeanette, 3, 47. 57, 128. 199 DAGENAIS, BETTY, 8, 86, 91 DANCHO, BETll, 86 DANIELS, ANDY, 86 Daniels, Peter. 1 19 Daniels, Staeie. 47, 1 19 Daniels, Steve, 2 4 Daniels, Sue, 46 Daniels, Tom, 127, 199 Darga, Kurt, 1 1.0, 114 Dasovielu Pal D AS0YB IL PEGGY, 86, 1 17 l)augbert , Jolene, 46, 110, Davidson, John, 68, 69, 1 19 Davis, Christine, 4, 20, 46, 57,119,125 W Davis. Glen Davis, Pamela, 52, 53, 119, F 25 DeCaussin, Dave Delang, Kathleen, 199 DeLude, Peggy, 162 Dellaport e, Denise, 46, 110 DeLange, Rob, 26, 71, 128 (C, GLKNN, 8.86 , Scott, 1 19 NAY PAM, 8, II, if .45, 46, 47, 82,86 ars, Mark, 119 [IS, STEVEN, 8, 86. 119,120. deNavarre, Marianne, 57, 128 Dennis. Jodi. 119, 125,147 Dennis, Mike. 18, 1 10 Dennis. Pat, 2, 57. 1 19 DeRusha, Dan, 127 Devine, Marv, 127 ■flaminck, I jsa, 25. 128 vm x . Pansy, 161 ter. Bill, 199 an. Danny, 128, 199 ne. Robert, 26, 57, 70, 1 - I 28 [ige. Scott, 119, 125 ge. Sieve, 76 [nah ue, Mike, 110, 195 inccnt Bugan. Robert. 2, 1 1 9 Dowen. Brian, 128 Drake, Darryl, 128 DR WES, RANDY, 8, 86 Draw s. Sharon. 110, 114 Draw s, Terri, 43, 128, 199 Drex ler, Jeff, 128 Drexler, John, 1 28 Drotar, Doug, 1 10 DROTAR, JOHN, 8, 63, 86 j Dryer, War !. 71 Dunn, Deborah, 2, 52, 53, 120 Dunn, Greg, 120 I unn. Rebecka, 110, 111 Du nil. Shelly , 128 Durik, Thomas, 2 4, 1 20 Dusky, Donald, 57, 1 10 Dvmond, Kelly, 1 10 DYSAHCZYK, OIL, 50. 86 Eads, l aura, 136 Egeli. Russell, 57, 76, 130 EiXeDGE, MARK, 87 Ellis, Rick, 120 Emerick, Tom Endelnian, Bctsv. 46, 57, 110,114 Engelhard!, Bernice, 162 Erdmann. Kelly, 110, 114 Erdmann. Rhonda Faulnian, l»ri Faulman, Rick FECTEAU, JOAN, 8, 87 Fecieaii, Maureen, 125 Felster, Kevin Fclster, Beverly, 8, 55, 87 Felster, Brian Felster, Frank. 130, 199 Fenton, Kevin, 1 20 FERGUSON. THOM AS, 87, 125, 207 Fernandez, Lisa. 52, 53, 110, 114 Fernandez, Thomas, 24, 25, 54, 69, 120 Ferrara, Julie, 3, 57, 1 30, 199 Felt. Pam, 57, 130, 199 Felting, Gavle FIDLEH, BARBARA, 87 Fidler. Bridget, 1 25 Fisher, Debbie, 57, 130, 199 Fisher, Paul, 26, 130, 199 Flvmi, Dale, 130, 131 FLYNN, DON Focht, Ross Fognth, Frank, 57, 1 20 Foguth, Kristine, 32, 34, 35, 130, 199 Foflkerte, Leslie, 130 Folkerts, Pat, 1 30 Ford, Robin, 1 FORTON, JUDY ' , 8,87 Forton, Steve, 110, 1 14, 154 Forton, Suzan, 1 10. 1 14 FO RTUNA, ROBERT, 8 Foster, John, 1 3, 24, 69, 120, 125 Fougnie, Emily, 1 10 Fournier, Kim, 120, 125 Francis, Jack, 2 Freeman. Scott, 5, 57, 1 30 FMKT JOE, 87 French, Charles, 2. 110,120 French, Karen, 31 FRENCH, RANDY, 8, 37. 38,39,44. 15.87, 138 Wk .- French, Sharon. 5. 46. 125 Fuchs, IiiPa.34, 130 Fuchs, Sand , 2, 10, 46, 120, 125, 199 Furtab, Brian, 130 Furtah, Keith, 1 10 Furtab. Unda, 163 Gahridge, Annette, 130 Gabridge, Rozanne, 120 Gabriel, Darin Gallaher. Jim, 110 Gallaher, Melissa. 43. 64,65,199 Gallo, Annette, 42, 43, 55, 118, 120, 125, 135, 146 GARSHOTT, BEATRICE, 52, 53, 54,57.87, 100, 104 Garshott, Mike, 130 GEER, GLENN. 18, 66, 67, 88 Geer, Stuart, 26, 71,1 30, 199 GELT , GREG Geltz. Kevin, 1 30, 1 3 1 GEN AW, CHARI, 8, 88 Gena W, Joe, 131, 199 Gena -, Tari, 1 20 George, Kluine, 52. 53, 120 George, Sandy, 52, 53, 110, George. Veronica, 57. 110, 114 George. Vi illiam, 57 Gerace, Pam, 34, 52, 53, ■2.31 HKH. 1.AI HA, IS, 21, . 57. 58, 88. 1 74, 198 herstner, Kelly, 120, 125 H rstner, Tim ■Gilbert, Tom, 23. 58, 76, 110, 114 Gillis, Jon GLATZ, LAURA, 88 Gla-ius, Erie, 57, 120 Glowski, Dave, 13, 1 10, 114.490. 194 GoerlitV, Maria GohIKillian, 52, 53, 57, 110 Golden. Pat, 161 Gough, Patrick Gough, Shawn, 24, 69, 120 Gerow, Rusty, 7, 18, 23, 43, 58, 66,67, 108, 1 10, 111, 114 GRAKBERT, RON, 23, 88. 174 Grantz. Connie, 46, 52, 53, ' 120, 125, 127 CRE BEEN, DAVE, 8, 19, 45, 58, 76, 88, 92, 1 74 J Greene, Keith, 23, 1 10 M Gregg, Marcia, 199 -Griest, Kenneth, 59, I 2ft riff in, Lucie rosso, Renee ROSSO, RON ALD, 7, isJ 58, 88 rosso, Steve, 24. 23 1 20, 125 Grote, Wendy, 42 3. 72, 73, I 18, I2 yt25 Grzech, John, 1 1 0 v GLILLOT, TRACY, 88 Guldncr, Pat, 161 Gulette, Cdlhy, 162 Gunnelhn4olin Gunnells. Robert, 2 H A AG, CAROLYN 8, 16, 17, 45,55,57, 60, 89, 94, 174 Haag, Thomas, 36, 3 L 43, L 45, 58. 66. 67, 1 08 1 1 0, • 114 llader, Ken, 131 Hader. Patty, 57, I % HAGEDON EFk 14, 45, 66, 67, 84 9 HAMLIN, GAIL, 8, 16, 17, 46, 89, 174 HAMMANG, KELLY, 55, 57, 89 Hammond, Seott Hampe, Kevin llanifan. Sandv, 57, 110, 114 Hansel, Carol, 160 Harlow, Chris, 131 Harper, Michael, 43, 108, 110, 114, 115 Hart, Connie, 52, 53, 199 Hart, I .aura. 2, 120, 125 I rulrx HART, PAT, 45, 57, 87, 89, 174 llarteker, Andy, 1 Harteker, Man , 1 IIARTEKER, SARA, 8, 47, 48,89, 174, 207 Halting , Joseph, 110 Hastings, Robert, 131 Hatfield, Dale Head, Carolyn, 163 Head, Irene, 162 Heafey, William, 66, 67, 111 HEATH, MICHELLE, 89 Heilman, Bill HEIM, SHELLY, 8, 88, 89, 1(H) 11 EM LINGER, SUE, 90, 111 Henderson, Sara, 120 Henderson, Sue llennard, Michael, 74, 131 Henry, Beeky, 3, 57, 131, 199 llentHchel, Paul, 111 IIERBST, TRACY, 8, 16, 17, 45, 46, 55, 57, 90, 93, 95, 105, 174 llering, I .aura, 46, 1 10, 111, 114, 207 HEW ELT, BONNIE, 45, 46, 47, 88, 90, 93 Hill, Rene, 57, 131, 199 Hinkle, Carron, 15, 18,20, 55, 121, 125 lllNTZE, JIM, 23, 90, 174 Hoeninghausen, Dave, 77, 110, 111, 114 Hoeninghausen, Jeff, 131, 133, 199 Hofman, Denise, 121, 125 llogsett, William, 26 HOLLAND, BRENDA, 8, 90 Holland, Cindy, 121, 125 Hollway, I .ana, 2, 55, 57, 121,125 HOLLY, LARRY, 90 Holstine, Mike, 70, 71, 131, 154, 199 Hoover, Kelly, 2, 121 Hoover, laura, 3, 131, 137, 199 Hoover, lina, 57, 121 Hoover, Mark, 17, 111 HOOVER, MARK, 86, 90 Hoover, Paul, 1 1 1 Hoover, Robert, 121 Hopkins, Shirl, 2, 121 HORVATH, JOHN IIOSFORD, ROBIN, 90 Houston, Juana, 32, 57, 110, 111, 114 Hubbard, Mark, 111 Hubbard, Michael, 131 Hubbarth, Susan, 46, 47, 110, 111, 114 Huber, Darlene, 131 Hudgens, JoAnne, 61, 65, 110, 111, 114 HUFF, JACQUELINE, 8, 90 HULME, JANE, 8, 90, 174 Humes, Michael, 37, 57, 76, 121 Humphrey, Marjorie, 161, 162 Hunt, Leigh, 121 Hurd, Jeff, 23, 52, 53, 1 1 1 Hurlburt, Raeann HURST, TRACY, 5, 8, 13, 14, 45,57,82, 90, 105, 174 Hussey, Mark, 45, 1 10, 111, 114 hussey, michael! 90 flutchenson, Mark, 121 Ihns, Mikah, 163 Ingles, Jeff, 131, 199 INGLES, TIM, 8, 90 Irvine, David, 2, 1 2 1 Isaacs, Lisa, 121 Isles, Stacey, 131 Jacks, Margaret, 57, 121, 125 Jacks, Rav, 4, 54, 57, 131, 199 JACKS, VIRGINIA, 8, 90, 96 Jacks, William, 57, 76, 78, 121, 122, 125, 127 James, Pat, 161 Jaraott, Scott, 111 Jaros, Paula, 55, 57, 121, 125 Jaster, Brenda, 52, 53, 74, 75. 131 Jeakle, Dawn Jehl, Bob, 159 JESSUP, ROD, 90 Jiles, Mary , 131 Johns, David, 121 Johnson, Cathy, 121, 125 Johnson, Dawn Johnson, Holly, 110, 1 14 Johnson, Jack, 131 Johnson, Karen, 110, 111, 114 Johnson, Kevin Johnson, Robert Johnson, Scott, 23, 58, 66, 67, 110, 111, 114, 117 Johnson, Steve, 8, 38, 131, 199 Johnson, Tom, 59, 125 JONDRON, RICK, 90 Jondron, Steve, 131 Jones, Bill, 38, 121, 127 Jones, Dale, 57, 131 JONES, EARL Jones, Tom Jordine, Susan, 121 KAATZ, KIM, 8, 55,91 Kaatz, Sheliv, 52, 53, 55, 121, 125 Kaczor, Diana, 8, 46, 52, 53, 111 Kanalos, Michele, 52, 53, 55. 131 Karl, Cynthia, 10,52,53, 121, 127 Kasperowicz, Ann, 1, 42, 43, 55, 118, 121, 125, 190, 194 Kazor, Rita, 131 Keibler, Jeff, 121 KEIBLER, JIM, 6, 23, 49, 58.91 Keibler, Kathy, 14, 131, 134, 199 Keller, Rochelle, 121, 125 Kemp, W illiam, 24, 69, 121 Kenney, Melanie, 55, 131 Kensora, David, 69, 1 2 1 Kensora. Timothy, 43, 45, 58, 66,67, 108, 110, 111, 114 kernohan, Dan, 57, 131 Kicknosway, Brenda kirk nosway. Donna, 52, 53, Kilgore, Betty, 121 King, Scott, 25, 71, 131, 199 King, Todd, 12, 23, 45, 58, 69, 110, 112, 114 Kirby, Anthony, 57, 71, 131 Kirby. James, 38,57, 131 Kirby, Jojean, 121, 125 KIRKPATRICK, BRUCE, 76.91 Kitson, Earl, 69, 122, 125 Klinger, Jodi Kloeffler, Veronica, 55, 57, 122, 125 KLOEFFLER, W ILLIAM, 91,99 Knight, Christine, 31, 34, 35, 74, 75 Knight, Garth, 57, 110, 112, 114 KNIGHT, GREG, 66, 67, 91, 93, 174 KNIGHT, JEFF, 40, 66, 67, 91 Knight, W endi, 55, 131, 153 Knapp, Tim, 59, 131 Kodet, Diane, 57, 122, 131 Kodet, Jeff, 2, 24, 68, 69 Konik, Jeff, 121 Koroleski, Ralph, 26, 131, 154, 199 Koska, Edmund, 131 Kosnik, Robert, 69, 122 KOSS, LYNN, 21, 43, 45, 46,58, 64, 65, 88,91,93 Roster, Arlene, 42, 122, 125 Kotsonsis, Shirley, 163 Kowalski, Sue, 48, 72, 112 Kozel, Beverly, 122, 125 Kozel, Tony, 131 Kramer, Dan, 54, 57, 122 Kramer, Doreen, 55, 57, 131, 199 Krause, Dan, 76, 79, 132 KRAI SE, RANDY, 15, 23, 58,91, 174 Krause, Susan, 1 12 Kreuger, Greg, 24, 69, 1 22, 125 Krispin, Dan, 132, 199 Kronner, Corinne, 32, 1 10, 112, 114, 207 Kronner, Dave, 112 KRUGER, DOLORES, 17, 21, 43,57,58, 64, 65,82, 84, 92 Kuecken, Tim, 1 32 Kuenzie, John, 1 12 Kujawa, Tina, 132, 199 Kujawa, Pete, 57, 125 Kurily, Jan, I 10, 112, 114 Kurrle, Susan, 28, 32, 75 larabell, Tim, 50, 92 labatsky, Eileen, 161 IaBelle, Ix ri, 122 lafriniere, Cathy, 41, 55, 57, 64, 65, 122, 125 LAFRINIERE, JOE, 23, 92, 174 lafriniere, Steve Ialewicz, Dawn, 123 LAMBERT, DAVE, 86,91 land, Diane, 18, 112 LANDSBERG, KATHERINE, 45, 57, 92, 207 lane, Mike, 69, 122 lang, Anne, 57, 112 lang, Diane, 2, 28, 122 langan, laura, 1 10. 1 12, 114 langan, Michael, 122 langall. Dale, 57 langell, Dan, 132 langell, Donna, 52, 53, 122 langell, Scott, 122 LAPARL, MIKE, 91 latoskv, Kim, 1 12 LATOSKY, RICHARD, 8, 92 lauzon, Julie, 46, 55. 122, 125 lauzon. laura, 43, 55. 1 18. 122, 125, 150 LAVALLA, BARB, 8, 92 lazarz, Cathy, 52, 53, 122, 125 LeBeau, William, 112 LECOl R, DAVE l.earh, Sharren, 132 Leegstra, Kim, 52, 53, 136, 199 Lee, James I ehman, Barbara, 162 I enkiewicz, Jeannette, 109, 112 Lezell, Dave, 113 I .eon, Dino, 122 Leon, Gino, 110, 112, 114 Levitt, John, 199 Lewis, Stacy, 132 Licari, Dave, 24, 122, 125 Liebold, Daniel, 122 Lind. John, 110, 114, 130 Lindsay, Deana, 12, 57, 1 10, 113, 114, 116 Undsay, John, 132 Lipowski, Janet, 43, 55, 132, 199 Lipowski, Ray, 113 Littlefield, Dixie, 8 Ix afman, Robert, 58, 66, 113 Loomis, Carol, 110, 113, 114 LOOMIS, JOSEPH, 92, 105 IxM mis, Steve, 132 Lowes, John, 110, 114 LOY, JEFF, 5, 92 Lozen, Barb, 122, 125 LOZEN, MIKE, 8, 17, 40, 66. 67,93,95, 168 Ix zen, Rick, 110, 114 Mackey, Dave, 59, 132, 137, 199 MACKEY, KAY, 1, 17,21, 42, 43, 45, 57, 64, 65, 93 MacDonald, Donna MacMillan, Dan MacPhetterson, Katie, 46, 47,57, 122, 125 MAES, KEVIN, 8, 93 MAES, KEITH, 8, 93 MAGEAU, TIM, 93, 204 Maiorana, Lorette, 125 Major, Sandy, 110, 113, 114 Major, Sherry, 4, 8, 12, 132, 137, 199 M AJORS, W ENDY, 93 Malik, Karl, 54, 57, 122 Malinski, Kelly, 2, 52, 53, 123 Malinski, Ix ri, 110, 113, 114 Mangas, Gerald, 23, 1 13 MANGAS, PAUL, 93 Maniaci, Debra, 46, 52, 53, 123. 125 Maniaci, Sharon, 8, 46, 1 10, 113, 114 Mann, Nathan, 2, 123 MANN, PATRICK, 93 Manthev, Kim, 10, 46, 47, 74, 75, 123, 199 MARBLE, KIM, 8, 94,99 Marchin, Tom, 6, 18, 23, 58 80, 1 13 MARK HOFF, TODD Markowski, Denise, 2, 46. 52, 53, 123 Marsden, Dawn, 57, 1 13 MARTIN, GAY LINN, 40, 16, 47, 94, 1 74 MARTIN, JAY, 23, 40, 58, 76, 78, 89, 94, 174, 175 Martens, Jim, 113 MARTENS, KIM, 8, 94 Martin, John Martin. Linda, 123, 125 Mi Ma MATE: 174 Malthrwp, Janice, 54, 57, 123 Matthews, iMcliiwa, 14, 15, 57, 110, 1 13, 114 Mauk. Michelle, 2 Maul, Kim, 3, 34, 132 Maxwell, Robert May, Donna, 123 Moyle. Darwin, 1 10, 1 13, 114 Mayle, Denise, 32, 1 10, 1 14 Mayle, Ernestine MACMILLAN, TIM, 134 McCormick, Nadir , 46, 123, 125 McClure, Sharon, 20, 52, 53, 132 McCune, Phil McDonald, Ann, 123 McDonald, lore 95 McFARLANE, SI SAN, 11, 21,43, 45, 46, 47, 50, 64, 65,82,93, 95 McGeachy, Grant, 132 McGeachy, I s one, 1 10. I 13. 114 McGregor, Kelly. 20, 132, 199 McLane, Deborah. 52, 53. 110,114 McKNEF. STEVEN Moore, Dawn. 123 Moore, JoAnn. 163 Moore, Dennis, I 23 Moore, Sonj;. 110, 114 MOORE. WAY? Moran, Jeff, 2 Moran, Bill. ! Moravick, Brian, il 1, I 5$ Moreland, Donna, 162 MOR1CI, LOUIS, 96, I 7 Morici, Tina, 6, 57, 132 Morningstar, Dawn, 114 Morris, Bill. 24 MORRIS, KEL1V, 23, 57, 58.77,87, 96 3 Klin Sheila, 132 i, Kelly, 123 chefTf4 HB ML I.MicIleflfc I %U LLER, BILL, 8, 96 nhagen, Ethel, 161 n, Colleen, 52, 53, 0. Ill lev. Barbara, 163 , Linda, 2, 123 it, 8, 144, 198 Y, KEVIN, 54, 57, 91, , John, 7 , Zollan, , Ken, 133 , Toni , Karl Nelson, Marti Nett, Chris, 125 N iman, Mai 7, 110. Newman, Jody, 52, 53, 123, 125 Nicbter, Dawn, 123, 125 Nichter, Don, 1 33 Nichter, Sherry. 110, 114 Norman, Rhonda, 57, 133. 199 Norman, Terri, 123, 125 North, CherJP Noviiek. Nick, 114, 143 O ' Brien, Kevin, 123 O ' Phee, John, 110, 114. 1 15 O ' Rourke, Annette, 110. 114, 115 O ' Rourke, Dana, 133 O ' Toole. Ronald, 24, 76. 123 Obesbaw, Stella, 161, 163 Oieehowski, Robert, 71, 133 OLIVARES, CINDY, 5, 57, 96. 105 OLOWNIUK, lAl’RlE. 8, 45, 57.91, 96 Orchard, Janice. 52, 53, 110. 114 OSIKCZONEK, JIM, 96 Osiecxonck, Shirley, 163 Paquette, Rob, 133, 137 Parker, James, 133, 199 Parr, Nancy, 54, 57, 1 10, 1 14 Parwell, Dan, 54, 57, 126 Partenski, Lillian, 161 PAT AN A. BETH, 8,96 Palana, Michelle, 46. 123, 125 Pauli, Richard, 123, 125 Pauli, Steve. 123, 125 Pauley, Ann, 133 earcy, Brian. 38. 16. 123 irey, Ed PEARSON, BARB, 96 ice, Jim, 162 r tRHOGAN, CAROLYN, 174 Perhogan, Rita, 43, 133, Per hogan, Tim Merv Jackie, 18, 20, 123, UAN,8, 17, , Paula, 45, 16, 57, 10, 114, 115 Petit, Phil, 123 Petra , Jeff Petrovich, Andy, 19 Petrovich, Gino, 80, 110, 114, 115 Petrovich, Jenny, 15, 43, 46,47,55, 64,65, 123, 125 PETROVICH, MILLIE, 8, 28.58.97, 144, 174 Petry, Tina, I 1, 46, 47, 72, 123, 125 Phillip , Kim PIPER, CHERYL, 97 Piper, Warren, 133 PISARASKI, JOHN Pizzo, Claudia, 163 Pleltl, Colleen, 30, 133, 199 POE, DAVID, 8, 97, 103 Polito, Chariot POLITO, DAVE, 97 Polly, Joe, 50. 114 Ponke, David, 123 Poole, Carol, 163 Poole, Diek, 54,57, 133 POOLE, JIM, 97 Poole. Pat, 2, 124 Potter, Jim, 48, 54, 57, 1 10, 114, 115, 174,207 Power . Ei a. 57, 124, 125, 126 POWERS, GINNY, 8, 52. 53, 97 POWERS, TERRI. 52, 53, 63.97, lOO Prather, Traey, 52, 53, 124 Pray, Tammy, 37, 124, 125 Prinee, Lina, 2, 52, 53, 124, 125 PRIOR. DAVID, 97 Prudhomme, Mike. 59, 124, 125 Prudhomme, Sharon, 30, 133, 199 Przybylski, Leo, 133 Purki . Duwayne, 1 15 Puro, Darrell, ) 33 Pnro, Darlene, 1 15 KadaU, Ron, 163 Rue . Tanya, 1 15 Hager. Mike, 49, 132. 133. 199, 207 RAGLAND, PAM, 57, 133, 199 Kampp, Kaye, 57, 1 33, 1 99 RAUSCH, EARL, 5. 6, 23, 58, 98 Rausch, Kevin, 23. 58, 110, III, 115 RAULERSON, ELIZABETH. 21,45,58,72,92, 98, 138, 143, 198 Raymond, Shawn, 133,207 Reeor. Annette, 124, 125 Recor, Climla, 42, 1 10. 1 14, 115 Recor, Mary, 133 REDMOND, DOUG, 50, 98 Redmond, Robin, 8, 110, 114, 115 Redmond. Wendv. 3, 133 Reed, Ken, 24, 124 REED, I -AND IS - Reed, Mark, 115 Reed. Mary . 161, 162 Reed, Robin, 124, 125 Rekar, Larry, 124 REYKLTS, PETER, 8, 76, 9ft Reynold , Adella. 110, 114, i is REYNOLDS, KAREN, 32, g_ 43, 45,58, 72, 73,82.91, H 98 Reynold , Keith, 133 Richard , Claudia Richard . (aura. 52, 53. I 124, 125 Richard , Pam, 16, I 15 Richardson, Alan, 121. 125 I Richardson, Beluah, 160 Rickard, Randy, 1 15 Rieck, Dennis, 59, 124 Rietzler, Darryl, 2, 37, 124 RILEY, MIKE, 98 Rios, Ben, 1 33 Ripley, Ken, 133 Ripley, Mike, 125 Rittenhouse, I -aura, 163 Rivard, Donna Rivard, Kim, 134 rnffimw 9 bl i ,, fc vin, 115 Robert . «; ry. 124. 125 V Robinson, Connie, 49. 134, 207 ■ Robinson. Richard, 23, 1 15 ROBINSON, TAMMY, 8, Wm ROHN, JEFF Roehrig, Angela, 1 3 1 Roland. Bill. 115 Roland. Jerry, 134, 137. 199 Roland. Mike, 57, 125, 124 Romps. Tom Romps, Robert, 134, 207 ROMZEK, DANNY, 8, 66, 98 Roper, Kevin, 134 ROSE, ANNE, 8, 98 Rose. Bill, 158 Hose. Connie, 1 10, 114, 115 Rose. Georg . 159 Rose, Kim, 57, 75, 1 24 Rose. Mark, 125 Rose, Michael, 23, 115 Roth, Tod, 24, 125 Ruemenapp, Chris. 1 25 RUEMENAPP, MARIE, 8, 98 Ruemenapp. Ricky, 1 34 Rumaneik, Kirk, 125 Rushing, Vicky RUSSELL, JOHN, 8. 38, 39. 98 Sachs. Robin, 7, 28. 42, 45, 72, 73, 110, 114, 115 Sadecki. Dawn, 35, 131. 134, 199 SADLOWSKI, GLENN. 52, 53,98. 174 St. lave, Patricia Salatka, Yvonne, 115 Sallee, Leland Sampler. Donna, 1 10, 114, 116 Sampler, Robin SAMPSON, DEBBIE, 8,98 Sampson, Iren . I 10, 1 14. 1 16 Sanchagrin, nn. 15, 16, 17. 28,43, 17. 8. 108. 110. 114, 116 SANCHAGRIN, TONY. 99 Santa w, Tammy. 2. 30, 13, 1 C’ ; U , 57, 118, 125 Saph. I Asa, 1 6, 55. 65, 125 Sauber, Dave, 24, 125 Schenk us, Eric, 23, 1 10, 111, 116 Schmidt, Mike, 38, 125 Scfidenherr, Alan Shoeninger, Jeff. 1 16 _Sch ram. Dulcie, I 16 SchroeUcr. Uor ham Schroeder, Cheryl, 57, 1 3 1 Sehroeder. David, 163 Schuknechl. Karl. 125 Schuknechl, Kathie. 2. 16, 52,53,74,75, 125 Schulte, Kevin. 38, 39, 57, 58, 125 SCHULTE, LISA, 55,99 Schulte, Tom, 134 SchulU, Harvey. 3. 26, 27, 134 SchulU, James, ! fc. 57 , 64, i 134, 199 Schurnan. Rhonda. 63. 1 16 Schuster. Joe. 116 Scott, Malcolm ; SCOVORONS K I, LAI KIK, 8, 13, 45,82,99 Scovoronski, Lvnn, 57, 1 34, 199 Scruggs, Glvnn, 57. I 16 SEAMAN, DENNIS, 22, 23. 99. 169 Seibert, kathie. 54. 57. 116 Sessor, Ken, 21, 125 Sharrow, Laura. 32, 72, 73, a 110, 111. I 16 HARROW. MIKE, 23, 1O0. 174. 196 Sheltra, Annette Sheltra, Sandy Sherman, Debbie, 125 SHERMAN, RICK, 8, 100 Shiplia. Pete, 1 25 Index 205 M 206. SHORT, RICHARD, 100 Shorter, (iary, 76, 134, 109 Shwary, Julie, 1 10, 1 14, 116 Shwary, Ritchie, 125 Sicken, Brian sicken, colleen, 8, i 10 , 207 Sicken, Janna, 1 Sicken, Lee, 125 Sigma n, Jerry, 125 SILVA, RHESSA, 8, 51,88, 100 SJOGREN, HENRIK, 8. 51. 52, 53, 54, 57, 88, 89, 100.115, 174, 195 Smith, Bryon, 3, 134 Smith, Debbie, 57, 116 Smith, Marcia, 32, 45, 46, 47, 75, 116 SMITH, MARI-GALfc. 100 Smith, Maynard, 134 Smith. Mike, 37, 57, 126 Smith, Paula, 52, 53, 125, 126 Sneath. Paula, 46, 47, 125, 126 Soboleaki, Sue Soboleski, Vicky, 116 Socia, Karen Solgot, Conrad, 1 26 Soper. Ken, 116 Soper, Pam, 1 16 Soper, Rogina Soullicre, Cindy, 1 34 Soulliere, Dawn. 2, 1 26 Soulliere, Robert, 126 Soulliere, Tom, 46, 110, 114, 116, 207 SOUTHARD, KEN, 8, 23, 76, 79, 100 Spark , Scott, 126 Speak man, Symantha. 2, 126 Spencer, Debbie, 1 33 SPETZ, STEPHANIE, 8, 100, 207 SPl RR, CATHY, 8, 105, 101 $laffhor L Brian, 126 Staffhorsl, Charles, 1 16 Stager, Amy, 4, 1 3 4 Stager. iWhbie, 52. 53 113, 111. 116 Staplev. Shari. 1 3 4 Steele, Ed. 1 34 Stein Karen, 125, 126 Stein, Kim, 162 Stein. Matt. 2, 24, 126 Stiltner. Colleen. 13. 13 4, 193, 199 Stork well, Robert. 126 Stoneeipher, Barry, 3, 131, 134 Stoner, Shari, 1 1, 43, 45, 47,55, 108, 110, 114, 109, 116 Straaaburg, Ruaa, 126 Stubba. Robert. 116 Sturdivant, JoAnn, 110, 114, 117 Sudberrv, Robin, 18, 20, 64, 65, 134, 199 Sullivan, Richard, 3, 134 SULTANA, TINA, 101 Surdey, lance, 57, 125, 126 Index Sutherland, Laura, 162 Sygit, Andy, 24, 126 Sylvester, Beth, 125, 126 Sygit. Mary, 30, 134 Tack, Chriw TACK. DEBBIE, 101 Takaca, Jeff Tarasevicius, Deniae, 1 17 Tassel I, Robert, 134 TATRO, JEFF, 8, 17, 66, TAYLOR, JILL, 4, 8, 45, 86, 101,207 Tavlor, John, 4-4, 45, 1 10, 114,117. 207 Taylor, Jori. 46, 55, 57. 64 65, 125, 126 Taylor, Matt Taylor, Mike Teach, Eloise, 161 Tcwa, Eric, 134 TEWS, MARK, 50, 101 Thomas, Gwen, 52, 53, 126 Thomas, Jeff, 37, 125,126 Thomaa, Joe, 3, 134 THOMAS, KATHY, 8, 45, 101,207 Thomaa, Ken, 1 THOMAS, KRIS, 8, 101 Thompson, Glen Thompson, Paul Thompson, Vicky, 125, 126 Tillinger, Kim, 134, 199 Tilly, Dennis, 1 17 Timmons, George, 117 Tolley, Barry Tolley. John Tolliver, Dan, 26, 13 4, 199 Toth, Ken. 17,24,27.5 4. 57,69, 12 4. 126 Tranchemonlagne, France , 162 Trancheniontagne, Percy, 162 163 Tregaiiowan, Kim, 126 Treganowan, Tom, 135, 199 Tretoonti, Gina, 117 Treppa, Kim, 55, 134, 135, Troaper, Renita, 135 True, Diane True, Mark, 2 Tucker, Donna, 2, 126 Ticker, john, 8, 52 , 53 , 87, 101, 174,207 Tucker, Stan, 5 TURNER, GUY, 50, 102 Tuzinowaki, Steve, 126 UHL, DIANE, 8, 102 Uhl. Linda. 117 Uhl, Seott, 117 Uhl, Steve, 135, 199 VanFleet, Cheryl, 117 VAN FLEET, YVONNE, 102 VANDENBOSSCHE, ALAN, 50, 102 Vandenboaache, Paul, 121, 125, 126 Vandierziel, Gary, 127 Vandierziel, Deanne, 3, 135 Vanover, Shervl, 34, 135 VANSLAMBROUCK, MIKE, 102 Vermeulen, Bill VERMEULEN, DAN, 102 Vermeulen, David, 38 Vermeulen, Karen, 32, 72, 117 VERMEULEN, MIKE Vermeulen, Sandra, 1 10, 114 Vernier, Jim, 26, 135, 154 Vernier, Richard, 24, 127 VKRVAECKE, DAVID, 20, 102 VerVaecke, Jennifer, 43, 57, WILHELM. WI V1LLANELVA. GIL, 51, 88, 102 Villworth, Mary ' Jo, 160 Viaiten, Corey, 57, 135 Waelchi, Scott Wagner, Margaret, 2, 10. 46,52, 53, 127 WAGNER, WAYNE, 102 Waller, Deborah, 52, 53, 110,114,117 Waller, Jeff, 135 W ard, Andy, 118, 127 Warner, Catherine, 163 W ARNER, ED, 102 WARNER, MIKE. 102 Warwick, Deniae, 52, 53, 63, 117 Watson, Rick. 159 Watson, Jaunita Watson, Mark, 117 Wawrzyni k, Cynthia Weisel, Deuni a, 161. 163 W eaver [)a ve. Weaver, Don, 139 Weaver, Lisa, 3, 30, l3 199, 207 W ' eeden, Jeff WEEDEN, PAM, 8, 16, 17, 55, 17,95, 102, 174 Weiland, Glenn, 23, 43, 58, 108, 117 Welser, Bill, 136 Wenckovsky, Patty, 57, 136 Wendt, James, 127 WERNER, KIM, 45, 46, 47, 102 WESCH, JOE Weseh, Matt Wesoloaki, Jessie, 32, 42, 72, 73,111,117,186 West, Darryl W estbrook, Jerry, 3,71, 136, 174 Westbrook, Scott, 1, 23, 43, 47,58, 108, 112, 117 WESTBROOK, WENDY, 57. 102, 174 Wetter, Paul, 71, 136 White, Alan, 127 White, Paul, 117 W hite, Tom. 127 WHITIS, JODY Wierszewski, Cliff, 24, 121, 127 Wierszewski, Robert WIGHT, ROSE, 43, 58, 86, 102 Wight, Don, 23, 57, 58, 76, 78, 117 W ilburn, Richard. 117 Wilhelm, Eric, 26, 136 Wilson, Pete, 136 IN, TAMMY, 103 n. Tommy ;ROVE, ANDRE A. 7, 8, ,103, 174 W inkier, Russ WITHERSPOON, RUSS, 18, 23, 58,103,174 W itherspoon, Steve, 125, 127 Wousowicz, Randy, 117 ,37, 76,147 WOOD. LISA, 8, 58.103 Wood, Nyn, 2,31,88,89. Woodford, Jeann Woods, Jeff, 1 36 W orswick, Stan, 136, 137, 199 WRLBEL, MIKE, 104 W rubel, Brian, 125, 127 Yaney, Beth, 39, 136, 199 YANEY, CHRIS, 104 VAX, DEBRA, 8, 45, 46, 47, 104. 105, 174 Y ax, Donna, 46, 127 ax, Lisa, 15,46, 47, 118, 127vH Y OHM OKI, GINGER, 16 , 1 7, 55, 57, 93, 94, 104 YohnirkL, Richard, 127 Yaney, Beth, 39, 136, 199 N WKY, CHRIS, 104 , DEBRA, 8, 45, 46, 47, 101, 105, 174 a . Donna. 46, 127 a . Lisa, 15, 46, 47,118. 127 | YOU NICK 1, GINGER, 16, ■15, r 7, 93, 94, 104 ki. Richard, 127 ■‘ttV ' 46, 47, 52, 53, BTl 1 G117, 207 Zelazny. Mark, 159 Aden nek. Elizabeth, 125 Zelennek. Evelvn, 161 ZtLENOCK, FRANK, 1 23, 48, 80, 104. 174 Zens, John, 127 Ziolowaki. Mike Zitton. Sheila, 16, 17, 43, 52,53, 55, 134, 135, 136, 175, 199 Zryd, Peter, 1 36 Zudaky, Ix ttie, 127 CV a u He Ctic year comes to an end ! We started with nothing and now six ulcer operations and three new heads of hair later, we have a product that we are all quite proud of. This has been an interesting year and we thank our staff for making it that way. Thanks to you, even the deadlines were fun. All the private jokes and amusing incidents contributed to making this year one we will never forget. We would also like to thank the student body for being our book. This book was for and about YOU. The one person that we could never forget to thank is Miss Broeder for making this mess all possible. No one has given more of themselves to the production of this book and received such little praise than her. Many people deserve special thanks: — our advertisers who made our dream of color possible. — Kevin and Jim for pulling us out of many crisis situations and being there when we needed you. — AHS faculty for putting up with " no counts " and being understanding of our many needs. — Mr. Shafer . . . well . . . you know . . . thanks for putting up with the panic and griping. — Brenda Holland for her expert artwork in the ad section. — Ann Sanchagrin for artwork on p. 3 — Mr. Ford for giving us permission for all of the little things that we needed and adding encouragement as things got hectic and not getting too upset when we temporarily lost his daughter, Robin. — Sam Slis, for the help and encouragement that only he can give. It seemed that whenever we were ready to crack, he arrived with proofs to get us inspired again. — Jim Wesley, for letting us drag him through swamps and fields for color pictures. — Gene for his photographic help in many sections. — Laurie for working under such pressure as a broken camera and screaming co-editors. — Wally for forgetting our pictures but making things work out in the long run. — Frank Ortman, for teaching us that BRIGHT COLORS make for a good color section and for the million favors including driving pictures out when we were desperate. — Roberta for putting up with our complaining and always being cheerful. — US Postal Service for inventing express mail, otherwise you would be reading this in July. — " Disco Chuckie " for providing us with a month of laughs. — John for being our pop getter. — Sunoco Service Station for providing us with a place for our car wash. — Denise Warwick, Jodi Dennis, Cathy Johnson, and Jay Martin for help with indexing. — and company keepers . . . 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