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Focus: persons becoming 10
Light: guiding, directing 32
Spectrum.- facets multiplying 66
Image: uniquely developing 116
Community: as one with others 1743A silent building awakes in the rays of a rising sun. Glistening windows reflect the budding morning as the contents of the building reflect its purpose. Books, desks, lockers stacked with pages of learning, classes filled with pages to teach—a school.
45Gradually the building fills with life. A teacher with briefcase prepares to enlighten minds, not only with recorded facts, but with classroom experience itself.
Students rush into awaiting classes ready to focus upon the study of the day. A solution is found, a concept is understood and a note is passed. Voices sound, a pencil drops and the bell rings. But the clatter of halls not only marks the passing of a class, but the passing of precious time. Time in which thoughts grow and images become real. The individual arises.
678The cafeteria is filled and emptied. More classes begin and cease and the final bell rings. Life drains from the school. Yet, as ger-bils scurry much relieved and a janitor pushes past, a stir of activity still hums through widening halls. Dirty tennies race past making the once bustling halls an indoor track. Posters, fluttering from the runners' speed, remind. One classroom-full of intense chess players, another —future plans are proposed. Cheerleaders practice spirited routines . . . legs fly, hands clap and pompons held high shimmer and shiver. A late straggler scuttles out the door. A lone student stands waiting in the lobby . . . reflecting on thoughts of tomorrow.
yPictures, out of focus
after twelve long days of your I ife, brought clearly into view
with nearly blinding sharpness.
1011Sophomores: New Faces, New Ideas
Above: Sophomore Class Officers: Ken Jones, pres., Michelle Dobis v. pres., Cindy Cornwall, sec., Pat Lott, trees.
10-1 First Row: Sue Austin, Nancy Balge. Marina Antio, Judy Baksa, Linda Arvanigian, Sherri Balias, Debbi Armstrong, Gwen Barr, Linda Bach. Second Row: Rick Asam, Joseph Anderson, John Badarak, Ray Barkhaus, Jim Arndt, Chuck Balsis. Jim Ballentine.
10 2 First Row: Mary Bosh, Gerri Besek, Brenda Barstad, Barb Bilak. Second Row: Jeff Bowdell, John Bisaro, Scott Bixler, Dennis Bartlett. Chris Bartok, Pat Benedetti.
1210-3 First Row: Charmagne Carrasco, Moryanne Bezerko, Linda Brennan, Sue Borbely. Second Row: John Cadorin, Cathy Brady, Dave Bjoraker, Marcia Byrne, Jerry Bica, Mary Carrell, Mike Brennan. Third Row: Paul Cag, Bob Burbon, Rich Carpenter, John Colder, Dan Burke, Gerald Cesarato, Ray Brossoit.
10 4 First Row: Sharon Cushing, Karen Chwierut, Sandy Crimmins, Annemarie Cummings, Mary Charette, Pat Clarke, Yonnie Cianteo. Second Row: Gary Covert, David Cloutier, Pete Czech, Kathie Comisso, Bob Conley, Ed Date, Debbie Czerniak. Third Row: Lyle Croo, John Clarke, Joel Clement, Marjorie Cherny, Jay Clark, Glenn Cole, Allan Clarke, Cindy Cornwall.
Left: Juniors Becky Hershberger and Tom Digas barro, always willing to lend a helping hand.Searching for Answers
10-5 First Row: Sandra DeSouza, Sue DeVoli, Jan Degnan, Michelle Dobis, Tina Davanzo, Debbi Ditch, Mary Drouillard. Second Row: Marcos Dias, Paul Davit, Gary DerStepanian, John Dennison, linda Delehant, Joan Dennis, Valorie Dihle. Third Row: Brian Davis, Glen DesJardins, Jim DeVitto, Glenn Drouin, Carl Dippert, Dove DeVoll, John Dodson, Cindy Dick, Rochelle Demorow, Bonnie Donaldson.
10-6 First Row: Jeanne Dufour, Jan Folkowski, Nancy Ellis, Jan Egan, Kay Fennell, Doreen Ex-nowski, Cher Dudzinski, Mary Dunn. Second Row: Bart Dwenger, Cheryl Eldred, Debi Fecso, Mark Edge, Tod Elick, Bonnie Dumas, Debbie Duperon, Jan Ebel, Mark Evans. Third Row: Kent Ehrle, Gordie Etheridge, Leon Dupek, Steve Dyas, lee Egland, Jim Falletich, Gerald Forkis, Ron Evanuik, Bob Durkee, Dean Engman, Brian Fabbri, Greg Fa nf a lone.
Above: Sophomore Bill Neff gets in the know with the news.
Center Right: One wad down, five to go.
1410 7 First Row: Debi Gross, Frances Fregonara, Jane Frosheiser, Diane Gilpatrick, Michelle Fregonara, Sue Flores, Elaine Grant, Eileen Fulayter. Second Row: Tom Greggs, Roger Flynn, Geraldine Gallagher, Lory Gillin, Leslie Ford, Larry Gosselin. Doug Goddard, Bob Griffith, Mike Gross. Third Row: Gary Fleming, Jim Frank, Mark Gilbert, Rich Findlay, Duncan Ferguson, Dennis Ford, Jeff Georges, Jeff Fournier, Tom Ganos, Craig Fraser.
10-8 First Row: Cheryl Hay, Sharon Hale, Debbie Hall, Karrie Harrison, Karen Hole, Leslie Hill, Carol Hagan. Second Row: Alexa Harvey, Randy Hastings, Bill Harris, Paul Herold, Maureen Hayes, Lora Guerra, Cindy Herman. Third Row: Jim Harris, Mike Hewitt, Tom Hilton, Jeff Halvorsen, Dave Heidi, Brian Harvey, John Guerriero, Mark Hershberger.
Above: Senior Debbie Comisso. It's all in a hard day's work. Left: Junior John Suda weighs out the situation.
1510-9 First Row: Bill Haskins, Sharon Kauppi, Sharon Jakubik, Diane Jakacki, Randy Kalik, Mark Johns, Dave Hollobaugh, Paul Jones. Second Row: Natalie Janks, Jan Joseph, Gerry Jones, Tom Humen, Pam Johnson, Ken Jones, Dave Horvath, Andrea Hornyak. Third Row: Mike Hodge, Larry Jones, Tim Joy, Doug Kaiser, Ed Kastl, Ralph Johnson, Paula Kachin, Mark Hofmann, Mary Ann Jolokai.
10-10 First Row: Robert Keramidas, Dennis Kish, Mike Kirunchyk, Ron Krohn, Karyn Knight, Doug Kozfkay, Barb Keddie. Second Row: Darrel Knick, Chris Koltunchik, Julie Kilman, Karen Kozuh, Sharon Kindred, Angie Klauza, Diane Kropog, Mr. Mihatsch, Dennis Knapp, Bobbi Kinder. Third Row: Jeff Krentler, Denis Konkel, Keith Keller, Bill Korpi, Dan Kuss, Sue Kish, Dan Kirschweng.
Top Left: Jan Pistoles — hard ot work.
Center Right: Senior Sue Vanhalo "Whew, think I'll bring my lunch tomorrow."
Bottom Right: Anita Chervak ties things together.
1610-11 First Row: Pot Lolly, Glen Kummer, Diane Long, Karen Kuroda, Undo Linfoot, Virginia Lush, Janis Lawson, Gary Kulaw, Alexis Ligner. Second Row: Pat Lott, Camille Lambert, Tom Lanoue, Kathy Long, Lori LeBlanc, Rosalyn Kuhn, Mary Kunkel, Darryl Lupo. Third Row: Dan Kwiatkow-ski, Rick Lawson, John Leszczynski, Steve Lehecka, Bob Lewandowski, Brad Linville, Mike Lawrence, Tim Lazuka, Dave Lavictoire.
10-12 First Row: Carol Mantura, Russ Malcolm, Rich Martinez, Gary Manoogian, Steve Martin. Second Row: Dave Manzagol, Ross Malcolm, Vince Macreno, Ray Malos, Judy Lyskaus, Dave Maes, David Manoogian. Third Row: Mary Malek, Rick Manning, Carole Manes, Milan Morcis, Gary Marshall, Richard Machinsky, Gilbert Marinski, Bob Martin. Lynn MacKenzie.
Top Right: Senior Mary Storck looks it over. Center: "Did you know that . . . and then he . . "You're kidding ! r
17Hands... Faces... Reaching Out
10-13 First Row: Vicki Medley, Debbie McFarland, Terrie Meyert, Janet Mihelich, Karen Meyn, Mar-cee McGuire, Pat Manzella, Donna McCabe. Second Row: Kevin Meyn, Bill Mis, Tony Massucci, Louie Marson, Ron Mastropietro, Sue Matusik, Karen McKeever, Lori Mei. Third Row: Chris Medley, Pat McParland, Richard Missler, Mark McLeod, Jeff McCormack, Wayne McDermitt, Tim McKernan, Greg Messer, Brian McLellan, John Me-Quade, Stan McClosky.
10-14 First Row: Tom Nay, Shellie Mouradian, Denise Molnar, Linda Nuzzi, Maureen Mullen, Vol Nash, Nick Mrkich. Second Row: Teresa Nar-dini, Carol Murrell, Laurie Morton, Paula Moylan, Bev Mogor, Glenn Nogiec, Ron Newsome, Rod Morgan. Third Row: Jan Nikischer, Tim Mubroy, Joyce Myzienski, Jeff Nagy, Frank Nowak, Dan Mrock, Steve Mryncza, Peggy Near, John Nasea.
Top: Matt DeAgostino washing down his lunch. Center Left: Senior Cathy DeMars — Remembering the past, living the present, anticipating the future.
1810-15 First Row: Debbie Papier, Cheryl Popp, Pat Parr, Darlene Papier, Audrey Perreault, Lynn Paton, Elaine Peterson. Second Row: Liz Parks, Fran Pultz, Carrie Peapples, Linda Peterson, Maureen Page, Jeanie Osip, Joni Osip. Third Row: Gary Oates, Tim O'Neil, Jim Oshanski, Sandy Pavan, Mike Paschke, Don Perreault. Fourth Row: Dave Paris, Kothy Ohl, Dan O'Connell, Dan Peters, Bob O'Farrell.
10-16 First Row: Debbie Plaunt, Sherry Rade-macher, Gayle Porter, Terrie Pobursky, Pam Prickett, Toni Poulos, Sharon Reardon. Second Row: Hugh Pollock, Andy Plecha, Cliff Popple, Mike Renko, Barb Place, Jill Redden. Third Row: Dennis Redmer, Greg Quintero, Robin Regmier, Sandy Petrovich, Jonathan Reeves, Joe Quail, Greg Putnam.
Top Right: Senior Nancy Kranich, paying attention for once.
1910-17 First Row: Shelley Richards, Sue Ruiz, Carol Robb, Sheila Rogers, Anne Sakelaris, Debby Runtz. Second Row: Michaline Romanau-ski, Debbie Roman, Karen Rodriguez, Terry Rhoton, Jerry Riley, Gerold Rica, Bob Santucci. Third Row: Marc Rostkowski, Leo Sander, Tom Rinna, Mike Rinna, Mark Rogozinski, Dan Rut-kowski, Lynne Rouillard, Ron Riggan, Scott Robinson.
10-18 First Row: Bev Sokol, Sue Snodgrass, Cindy Shibel, Fran Schultz, Cindy Scott, Linda Sdabassi. Second Row: Darrell Staley, Debbie Stansell, Laura Shearhouse, Marilyn Scodellaro, Fred Theeck, Joanne Scarlett, Corinne Stone, Linda Smith, Christie Short. Third Row: Diane Shutte, Andy Sarkisian, Larry Sperlbaum, Julian Scor-zelli, Tom Spindler, Larry Schonfeld, Tim Sinnott, Joe Sklarczyk, Mike Szor, Ron Snihur.
10-19 First Row: Jan Swisz, Sue Austin, Marlene Steel, Marla Stepanian, Tom Sturgill. Second Row: Russ Taylor, Cheryl Szuch, Julie Strunk, Corinne Stone, Dawn Thomson, Beth Sutton, Ray Swidan. Third Row: Mike Szor, Paula Tarnowesky, Denise Stephanik, Debbie Teets, Tom Tatar, Don Thrash, Paul Tait.
2010-20 First Row: Mike Treuter, Mark Valchine, Sheryl Tyburczyk, Janet Turner, Sandy Warren, Becky Toth, Karen Vartabedian. Second Row: Randy Walker, Mike Kehr, Mike Tomich, Bob Walls, Dale Weiss, Greg Torok. Third Row: Matt Tracer, Tom Vanover, Marc Walther, Matt Top-elian, Mark Vinco, Tom Wallace, Jim Townsend.
10-21 First Row: Karen Wuerker, Jan Westra, Katherine Zwolan, Susan Woodward, Bev Sokol, Deborah Winsten, Susan Austin, Jan Swisr. Second Row: Larry Wolicki, Judy Whitcombe, Janie Young, Eileen Wolski, Diane Wilcher, Sue Wickert, Sherrie Werner, Gerry Zolynsky. Third Row: Larry Yankowski, Rick Yesue, Doug Wilson, Brad Williams, Gary Wolas, Tony Zapico, Dave Wesh-alek, Arthur Zatyracz.
Top Left: Senior Debbie Shaw gives the eye. Above: Sophomore Ray Swidan, "The answer is somewhere on this protractor".
Opposite Page: Sophomore Melanie Allender, "If I'm late ... I'm late."
21Jovial Juniors Try It Again
Top Loft: Junior Class President Alfred Nad-
Top Center: Junior Class Vice-President Jeanine Cortis.
Top Right: Junior Class Secretary Rose Sanfilippo. Above: Junior Class Treasurer Cathy Lennie. Right: Sophomore Andy Sarkisian views a sample of APHS art.
2211-1 First Row: Bonnie Aitkens, Terri Arndt, Paulo Barnes, Amie Beach, Peggy Barber, Karen An-derko, Jan Bartley, Denise Adams, Kathy An-donian, Pam Baker. Second Row: Dave Almasian, Pat Anderson, Ed Angellotti, Tom Attard, Bob Auiler, Bob Amore, Ed Attard, Joe Bahash, Mike Ban, Randy Barker, Terry Allender. Third Row: Jim Bearmon, Bob Bahm, Paul Antioch, Mike Antio, John Balog, Matt Barkhaus, Tom Agardy, Mike Bazzana, Gilbert Barker, Randy Aron, John Armelagos, Joe Bakaitis.
11-2 First Row: Gail Budnick, Bridget Bufton, Debbie Bellas, Debbie Bolam, Sue Bono, Carol Bernadelli, Evelyn Bloom. Second Row: Mike
Bolam, Scott Bruening, Gary Bryant, Bruce Bryan, Ivan Brillhart. Third Row: Lee Bjork, Dennis Bond, Jerry Brodford, Bill Beddoes, Ron Bendick.
Top: Seniors Kathy Hollobough and Connie
Leiber anxiously awaiting another timing. Above: Senior Sandy Blair, "You can sing if you want. I'm taking a break."
2311-3 First Row: Cyndi Canning, Sharon Carlisle, Carla Carl, Janice Cortis, Abby Campau, Lauren Buranskas, Barb Casey. Second Row: Lorie Cayo, Wayne Colasinski, Glenn Byers, Garry Cathey, Robin Choate, Chris Burke, Hans Bult.
11-4 First Row: Chris Dibrano, Tina Cristonte, Oonna Dominczyk, Gina DeLange, Jennie Corvi, Michele Dalton. Second Row: Michael Desztich, Ralph Devoli, Sherry Disch, Doug Dawidowski, Marianne Dogorin, John Crabtree. Third Row: Robert Dodds, Dan Danz, Tom DiGosborro, Doug Domurat, Dave Cotter, Joe Cristonte.
Top: Seniors, Jackie Studzinski and Bill Umbarger. "If you think that's funny, check the next line." Above Left: "You wanna get cuffed?"
2411-5 First Row: Down Drouin, Sue Fields, Marsha Dunn, Nancy Favor, Barb Drouillard, Greg Dunn, Sam Dovelle, Pam Elkins. Second Row: Ken Duffy, Bob Feller, Kay Egland, Ruth Ferguson, Dolores Endres, Diane Dzierwa, Barb Drinane, Jill Farley, Clark Doughty. Third Row: Charles Elkins, Jim Evans, Gary Fearncombe, Mike Dono-frio, Dave Erwin, Frank English, Emery Erdelyi, Wendi Donnelly, Wayne Dula, Tim Etheridge.
11-6 First Row: Rose Gallagher, Cathy Giarola, Anna Fucinari, Sue Gallie, Dawn Gabel, Claudio Foresi, Lynn Forbes, Ava Frank, Leslie Garzaniti, Priscilla Gawlas. Second Row: Gerald Frendo, Ken Fisher, Kip Flood, Mark Furrier, Grant Francis, Tom Fox, John Freshwater, Jim Gerhardt, Linda Fradette. Third Row: Jeff Fritz, Tim Fuzy, Mike Flood, Girard Galetto, John Gilchrist, Bob Frassetto, Steve Flynn, Greg Gervasi.
Above Right: Junior, Debbie McLaren
Below Left: "Look Ma, no hands." Mork Kerkse,
2511-7 First Row: Mike Gray, Gerri Hanik, Anne Harvey, Marla Higgerson, Darla Higgerson, Becky Hershberger, Mark Grant. Second Row: Randy Hartsell, Laura Hautala, Debbie Goodin, Karen Hargraves, Adele Herster, Denise Hinds, Denise Henry. Third Row: John Hcnsel, Tom Harris, Bill Goshey, Steve Herczak, Rick Hastings, Mark Hoffman, Steve Hakola, Larry Haberkern.
11-8 First Row: Jeri Jordan, Dave Kaput, Jeff Jones, Gina Kellso, Sandy Jones, Lisa Kastl, Roxanne Jeffries, Jim Kavalar. Second Row: Kent Kacha-terian, Nancy Howard, John Karebian, Bob Hollowell, Perry Jeczen, Louis Kanyo, Margaret Hutnik, Ed Kelly. Third Row:: Kevin Kapalla, Bob Hope, Fred Imm, Jeff Hrdlicka, Bill Howard, Dan Kelly, Paul Karkoski, Steve James, Rick Hyder.
26Opposite Page Top: Senior Greg Francis.
Opposite Page Bottom: "Come on, it's my torn." Top: Senior Sherry Westfall, studying.
Middle Left: "I can't hear you." Senior Ron Liebold.
11-9 First Row: Michele Klus, Debbie Koslowski, Cindy Koehler, Lizz Knight, Kothy LoBelle. Second Row: Gary Lay, Cathy Lennie, Sylvia Kilaris, Kathy Lewondowski, Teresa Liening, Neal Leonhard, Mark Kerske. Third Row: Mark Koziol, Nick Kusic, Paul Knell, Roderick lelental, George Lieber, Mark Kiniria.
11-10 First Row: Pat Monzella, Linda McKillop, Tim Mortin, Dave Markovich, Paul Massara, Elizabeth Macunovich, Jan Makarewicz, Pat Mad-dock. Second Row: Bruce Massey, Pam Marcis, Marcee Malik, Beth Lytle, Lorna Logelin, Mary-Anne Mantua, Ruth Louria, Sue Marek, Terri Martin. Third Row: George Martin, Bob Marian, Bill Lytle, Jack Marchand, Jock Manard, Jeff Maddock, Bob Lunergan, John Lovera, Mark Maddock.
2711-11 First Row: Sam Mastantuono, Terri McCabe, Kim McNoir, Arlene McAnally, Ellen McDermitt, Cindy Misiolek, Renee Miller. Second Row: Sue McClain, Cindy Massucci, Debbie Moron, Nadine Massucci, Jan McComb, Debby McLaren, Cindy Master, John McElwee. Third Row: Joe Miller, Jim Migliore, Mark Miller, Steve Mikoryak, Bob Miller, Rick Mende, Mike Mooradian, Dave Molzan, Kevin McDonald, Marie Morelli.
11-12 First Row: Dennis Murray, Donna Ollila,
Joanne Nowicke, Michele Mouradian, Jeannine Notes, Claire Nappo, Gary Osburn. Second Row: Pete Mudrack, Steve O'Leary, Gary Noel, Karen Nixdorf, Pam Palmer, Dale Neikart, Ron Oates, Al Nadrowski. Third Row: Tom Murt, Gary Neifert, Bill Nadzam, Al Nicolato, Bob Otto, Greg Murphy, Marc Uaglia, Dave Navyac, Doug Nichols.
Above: Junior Gregg Tupancy and Senior Carol Veres brush up on some studies.
Right: Junior Varsity Cheerleaders, Teresa Nardini and Joani Osip.
2811-13 First Row: Anne Piesik, Joyce Prendergast, Sandy Parker, Marie Polder, Diane Pesci, Nancy Perlaki, Jayne Poorman. Second Row: Debbie Polanski, Vicki Racz, Jackie Paquette, Nano Porter, Greg Payter, Dennis Payter, Rick Parker. Third Row: Sam Premtoj, Curtis Rademacher, Stanford Perry, Mike Quintana, John Persico, Alan Poole, Jim Perry, Bill Perrish, Bob Owen.
11-14 First Row: Terri Rooney, Jackie Rodriquez, Pat Rossi, Cheryl Rhodes, Bonnie Ruehle, Linda Renaud. Second Row: Ann Resetar, Don Rhoedes, Karen Ramage, Jeanette Rolando, Mike Rice, Doug Riggen. Third Row: John Ruetz, Mike Ruetz, Jim Rodgers, Paul Ruehl, Dave Rhoades, Ron Ritchie, Larry Rinna.
Above: Pam Nelson, Greg Colosimo, Carl Lay, and Roger Flynn, Dig deep, it's time for lunch.
29Time To Be Yourself
11-15 First Row: Mortin Sadow, Lorraine Simon, Gloria Smith, Joann Smoltz, Cindy Senko, Deaone Simkanin, Rose Sanfilippo. Second Row: Danny Shoaf, Carol Schrieber, Sharron Schlacht, Mary Schultz, Marlaine Scheske, Barb Schmidt, Bev Schmidt, Dave Shutte, Jon Santwire. Third Row: Dave Smith, Joe Sheedy, Ed Sanderson, Mike Shanley, Mike Sassin, Keith Slingwein, Michele Sander, Mike Sabat.
11-16 First Row: Tom Szopo, Debbie Stoklosa, Diane Stramoke, Sandy Snider, John Suda, Janet Sword. Second Row: Pam SordyJ, Diane Tar-pinian, Jim Storck, Steve Streck, Pete Stea, Steve Tagomi, Roy Stewart, Steve Suhey, Marty Sur-manian. Third Row: Joe Stoklosa, Mike Bolam, Steve Mikoryak, Ken Sheldon, Jim Tamos, Dennis Szkarlat, Dan St. Amant, Dave Swisz, Gary Stasie. Fourth Row: Brian Sturgill, Dave Kaput, John Stewart, Phil Swisher, Dennis Stol, Mark Stowe, Rich Strongman, Kurt Speare, Bob Taylor, Noreen Sudomier.
Above: Senior Sherrie Waddell; Organization. Right: Found: A quiet place to study by Juniors Mike Rickerd and Dave Cernik.
3011-17 First Row: Pam Uren, Sue Theeck, Kathy Varner, Julia Vida, JoAnn Thomas, Judy Tho-mono, Leath Vaughn. Second Row: Larry Vitale, Don Tedesco, Gary Templin, Art Varady, Bob Miller, Mark Valanty. Third Row: Norbert Vance, Kent Urbonowicz, Kirk Tooley, Dave Volante, Jim Vipond, Gregg Tupancy.
11-18 First Row: Denise Walsh, Shirley Williams, Denise Wagner, Meg Zollars, Julia Williamson, Chris Zaliagiris, Carol Zuker. Second Row: Marcey McGuire, Greg Ward, Doug Wozniak, Greg Wolski, Tom Zapico, Mark Wendel, Franz Williams. Third Row: Myra Yockey, Janet Webster, Don Yesue, Walter Yakima, Gerry Wolski, Paul Wojno, Sue Wickert, Nancy Williams.
Above: Senior Paul Colwell; nothing up his sleeve but what about that coat pocket?
Left: Sophomore Matt Topelian; lunch time serving two purposes.
31Walk while ye have the light, lest darkness come upon you.
New Testament John XII, 35
3233Seeking a Better Way
Top Loft: Mr. Arthur Hayes, Board of Education President.
Top Right: Mrs. Marian Mouradian, Board of Education Trustee.
Center Left: Mr. R. Don Pretty, Board of Education Secretary.
Center: Mr. Joseph Berry, Board of Education Treasurer.
Center Right: Mr. Clifton Fellows, Board of Education Trustee.
Near Right: Mr. William Danosky, Board of Education Vice President.
Right: Mr. Anthony Rinna, Board of Education Trustee.
Opposite Page: Top Right: Dr. Wayne Miller, Assistant Principal.
Opposite Page: Top Left: Dr. Donald Mitchell, Assistant Principal.
Opposite Page: Center Right: Mr. Harold Oatley, Assistant Superintendent of Schools. Opposite Page: Center: Mr. George Dyas, Principal.
Opposite Page: Center Left: Dr. Richard Hogancamp, Superintendent of Schools. Opposite Page: Right: Mr. William Ehlhardt, Director of School Services.
Opposite Page: Center: Mr. Edward Sarkisian, Director of Special Programs.
Opposite Page: Left: Mr. Donald Burke, Director of Business Services.
3435What Would We Do Without Them?
Top Loft: Mr . Petri and Mr . Fleming, tecretaries for special programs and school service.
Above, LUNCH LADIES: Row 1: Mrs. Bragunier, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Chapp, Mrs. Quinn. Row 2: Mrs. Peden, Mrs. Kirschke, Mrs. Floishans, Mrs. Mohacsi, Mrs. Long.
Top Right: Mrs. Beres, secretary.
Center: The almighty Mr. White.
Bottom Right: Mrs. Herriman, secretary.
36Top Loft, PARAPROFESSIONAIS: Front: Mrs. Frie-mark, Mrs. Schwocho, Mrs. Pitcher, Mrs. Eosoni. Bock: Mrs. Molesky, Mrs. Wilk, Mrs. Stowe, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Umborger.
left, MAINTENANCE: Front: Mr. ludtke, Mrs. Manning, Mr. Domanke. Back: Mr. Gaworecki, Mr. A. Allevetto, Mr. Giachetti.
Top Right: Mrs. Kendy, secretary.
Center: Mrs. Brown, secretary.
Bottom Right: Mrs. Varga, secretary.
37Behind Every Good Teacher Is a . . .
38Behind the scenes there is a helping hand, that of a teachers assistant. They make things a little easier; typing a test, recording a grade. A little less responsibility on the teachers mind.
39Teachers Efforts Bring Results
Top: Mr. Pool Ausum, science and German instructor.
Center: Mrs. Karen Bailey, English instructor.
Above: Mr. Raymond Bandlow, social studies instructor. Right: Senior Rick Koos, "There isn't any 800-B!"
Opposite Page Left: Mr. Edward Barrick, chemistry instructor.
Opposite Page Center: Mrs. Ruth Beaney, biology instructor.
Opposite Page Right: Senior Sherry Wadell practicing finger calisthenics. Opposite Page Bottom: Juniors Sam Duvell and Gary Tardella, sleeping or thinking, only the teacher knows for sure.
4041Top: Junior Tom Agordy confides in Mr. Frank Nelson, moth instructor.
Above Left to Right: Mr. Edward Bellas, social studies instructor; Mrs. Janis Bitely, math instructor; Mrs. Edna Brenner, English instructor. Bottom Right: Miss Gertrude Brown, biology instructor.
42Top Loft to Right: Miss Ruth Buschmonn, counselor; Mr. George Corevich, woodshop instructor; Mr. James Carmen, social studies instructor. Above: Formulas, equations, and experiments reflect the minds of our future scientists.
Left: Mr. Paul Cross, special education instructor.
43Top Left: Teddy Mathis and Tony Acosta, a bit of Ecuador in Allen Park.
Top Right: Mrs. Marilyn Dendel, home economics instructor.
Center: Mr. George Donigion, counselor.
Right: Eyes reading, minds working to understand the unknown.
44Above: Senior Bob Ziegler, "Where did everyone go?"
Top Left: Senior Sue Mastropietro at it again. Center Left: Mr. Leroy Ourfee, industrial arts instructor.
Bottom left: Mrs. Bette Ferency, English instructor. Left: Mrs. Elaine Freeman, art instructor.
45A Bit of Work With ...
Top loft: Mr. Edwin Froshieser, economics instructor.
Bottom loft: Miss Cotherin© Gargol, speech-English instructor. Confer: Threatening Mike Restelli.
Top Right: Mrs. JoAnne Gerben, English instructor.
Bottom Right: Miss Sharon Galeese, librarian.
Opposite Page Right: Junior Jeanine Noles weaving the hour away. Opposite Page Top Right: Mr. James Gee, history instructor. Opposite Page Bottom Right: Miss Carol Galvin, Spanish instructor.
46A Touch of Fun
47Top Left: Mr. John Gonieo, business instructor.
Center: Mrs. Doris Greggs, business instructor.
Bottom Left: Mr. Oliver Greggs, social studies instructor. Right: Senior Paul Parks going around in circles.
Opposite Page Top Left: Mrs. Diane Griswold, English instructor.
Opposite Page Top Center: Mr. John Haboian, counselor.
Opposite Page Top Right. Mr. Richard Hershberger, social studies instructor. Opposite Page Bottom: Senior Renee Wallis by any other name would be the same.
4849A school reduced to the smallest unit is a classroom. The teacher is a prominent figure; not an all-knowing oracle spreading wisdom, but a beacon, guiding groping minds, and helping students learn instead of merely force-feeding subject matter into unwilling gullets.
Top Loft: Mrs. Virginia Houston, business instructor Top Center: Mrs. Kathy Israel, physical education instructor Top Right: Mr. Don Johnston, English instructor Center: Michelle Gregen learning how.
Right: Sophomore Ralph Johnson actually doing some homework
50Top left: Debbie McLaren and Don Trionfi fight it out.
Top Right: Senior Tom Eiden thinks rules are to be broken.
Center left: Mrs. Lorry Kempf, journalism instructor Center: Mrs. Susan Keramidas, business instructor Center Right: Mrs. Patricia Kirby, English instructor left: Sophomore Bill Neff takes a look.
51Education: the Possession of Knowledge
52Expressions of Learning
Top Loft: Mr. Peter Loso, moth instructor.
Left: Miss Rosemary Malish, homemaking instructor.
Center: Senior Carol Lachut, happiness is having your own locker. Top Right: Mr. Dennis Manning, industrial arts instructor.
Above Right: Mr. Raymond McKay, physical education teacher.
54Top Loft: Mr. Joseph Medrano, math instructor.
Center left: Mr. Anthony Mettler, counselor.
Above left: Mr. Norman Mihatsch, industrial arts instructor. Bottom left: Junior Jane Poorman, another doy of typing. Above: Brenda Schwochow, "You can't be serious."
55Ways of Expressing Oneself
56Opposite Page: Top: Senior Dave Gahry. Pssst! Opposite Page: Right: Senior Bruce Buckles in deep concentration over a math problem. Opposite Page: Center Left: Mrs. Pamela Murtha, English instructor.
Opposite Page: Lower Left: Mrs. Elotia Mynatt, librarian.
Top Left: Senior Frank Kelly stays after class to get that last bit of information.
Above: Senior Janet Freshwater rejoices at finding a well deserved A K
Center Left: Mr. Frank Nelson, math instructor. Center Right: Miss Connie Petrenos, French and Spanish instructor.
Lower left: Mr. Ken Nelson, metal shop instructor.
Lower Right: Mrs. Ann Piper, math instructor.
57Top: Mr. Don Rafail, science instructor; Mr. Mel Rizzo, business instructor; Mr. Thomas Runnals, chemistry instructor.
Above: Sophomore Dale Bagby. % ?!$F; .... spf!
Right: Senior Sandy Csanyi searching her mind for the right answer.
58Top Left: Sophomore Eileen Fuloyter stitching up a storm.
Left: Senior Bob Tell getting ready to take-off on another experiment.
Top Right: Mr. Alan Shapiro, English instructor. Center Right: Mr. Norman Shewchuk, math instructor.
Above: Mrs. Ruth Soncrant, business instructor.
59Smiling Faces . . .
Top Left: Mr . Marjorie Stakoe, French instructor. Top Middle: Mr. Harvey Stallings, math instructor.
Top Right: Mr. Richard Tews, English instructor. Middle: Senior Vicki Tuba, reflecting thoughts. Bottom Left: Mr. Robert Tomes, physical education instructor.
Bottom Right: Miss Rosalie Trentacosta, physical education instructor.
60Top: Senior Larry Strugala ponders over a confusing sentence. "What a pain!"
Bottom left: Mrs. Ruth Turley, mathematics instructor.
Bottom Right: Mr. Bert Tyson, history instructor.
61Above: Sophomore Gerri Besek tuning in to her favorite station de francais.
Right: Sophomore Ed Beres takes a break from his drafting.
Top Right: Mr. Wilbur Wertz, industrial arts instructor.
Center: Mr. Raymond Whalin, counselor. Opposite Page: Top: "Hold that steady." Senior Gail Gretka and junior Mike Gurstis conjuring up a miracle drug?
Opposite Page: Bottom Left: Mrs. Delores Wilson, sociology instructor.
Opposite Page: Bottom Center: Mr. Walter Zel-asko, history instructor.
Opposite Page: Bottom Right: Mr. Donald Zittle-mon, auto shop instructor.
62Learning by Experience
63CATS on fhe ProwlCross-age teaching offers a new experience for students this year; traveling to elementary schools throughout Allen Park, taking on new responsibilities, stepping into the teacher's shoes, and discovering that the job isn't so easy after all.
65Think that day lost . . .
Whose low descending sun
Views from thy hand
No worthy action done.
67Down the Path to Victory
Above: Sophomore Joe Perotto left out his final puff of steam. Top Right: Talking it over with Coach Frank Nelson.
Below: And they're off . . . racing on to another victory. Opposite Page: Above: Varsity Cross Country Team.
Opposite Page: Bottom Right: Juniors Tom Burton and Bill Lytle round the bend and battle for the lead.
Cross Country is a sport of challenge and competition, competing against the opponent and also the teammates, working together to complete a stretch or reach the finish line, developing skill and expanding potential.
68Soccer: A New Kick at APHS
Above Varsity Soccer Team.
Right: Junior Wayne Colasinski slips by them that time.
Opposite Page: Top Right: Senior Jim Bianchi perfects his stance.
Opposite Poge: Top Left: Senior Sven Anderson races after the ball.
Opposite Poge: Bottom: Seniors Jim Bianchi and Bill Brindley battle their opponents.
Soccer is a wide spectrum of plays and moves. Everyone's on the move — the forwards, the guards, the goalies; all battling for the ball or blocking the goal, using the best strategy.
7071Hey, We're Number One!
Allen Park 27 Melvindale Opponent 14
6 Edsel Ford 6
20 Plymouth 0
40 Dearborn 0
35 Bentley 0
7 Belleville 6
15 Redford Union 8
14 Trenton 13
34 Schaefer 0
Determination, guts, hard earned skills, good times, willingness, and tragedy led the Jaguars to the first undefeated season in the history of Allen Park High. The devoted team, working together with the coaches, symbolizing a "family", giving to one another through hard times and happiness, produced winners not just in name but in the heart, a prize well earned and never forgotten.
1972 . . . year of the 1st Sub-Eight Champs.
72Opposite Page: Top: Allen Park Jaguars hand off another victory play. Opposite Page: Center: Senior Tricaptains Tony Tonkery, Brian Lott, and Bruce Plocek.
Opposite Page: Bottom Right: Senior Tom Eiden waits to wipe them out. Top left: Senior Leon Goetz gets over the rush.
Above: Seniors Bruce Plocek ond Donny Trionfi show superior blocking and readiness.
Left: Blockers do their part in springing Donny Trionfi loose for another large goin.
73Above: Senior Marc Egland's determination inspired his teammates to the Sub-Eight Championship.
Middle Right: Coach Al Vadasy gives quarterback Leon Goetz advice as Coach Zelasko looks on.
Right: Junior Cheerleader Sue Tomes is overwhelmed by the charging Jaguars.
Opposite Page: Top Left: Junior Neal Leonhard takes advantage of superior Jaguar blocking of Tom Eiden and Brian Lott.
Opposite Page: Top Right: Senior Leon Goetz hands off to "Goose" Ellis. Opposite Page: Bottom Right: Senior Donny Trionfi dashes off toward a record breaking year, setting APHS records for rushing and scoring. Opposite Page: Bottom Left: Concentration, determination . . . the kick is good. Senior Frank Mohacsi.
7475Junior Jags — Future Champions
Hard work and team effort led the Junior Varsity football team to a good year. Their effort is well worth the grit and muscle. Next year those junior Jags will conquer another Sub-Eight Championship (if they eat their Wonder Bread).
Above: Junior Vorsity gets off on the right foot. Middle Right: Coach Richard Tews gets his point across.
Right: Junior Jaguar defense is ready to hold that line.
76Aiming High for Victory
Moving down the court, evading the other guy, and passing to a teammate. "B-A-S-K-E-T" yelled from the stands; Players aim, shoot, and it's in! But Basketball is more than this . . . Basketball is spirit and teamwork.
Above: Junior Varsity Basketball team. Far Left: Bob Lewandowski.
Left: Jeff McCormack.
77'If I Had a Rooster
Loyal support with a "Fire Up!" A victory cry by a rooster on a fence, Allen Park Cheerleaders boosted spirits the entire year. Through championships and hard times, the cry "AP" rang through the school.
Above: VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Bottom Left: Androo Kallil. Left: Ava Frank. Front Center: Jill Sryniawski. Center: Cindy Senko. Top Center: Barb Hutchison. Right: Karen Hargraves. Bottom Right: Terri Arndt. Right: Bottom Left: Kevin Millner. Bottom Right: Roger Sweets. Center: Jim Redden. Top: Gary Jones.
'We Are Ladies . .
They must be ladies, but they're certainly not lazy. Hard, treacherous, unbearable practices; sore aching muscles, bruised knees, and broken fingernails led the Junior girls to a victory over the Senior women. A hard, close game that ended 18-12 will long to be remembered as one of the "best" for Allen Park High.
Top Left: Seniors in formation as Junior line waits for the snap. Left: Senior Claudia Bogard attempts to take a pass away from Junior Barb Schmidt.
Above: Senior Jeri Pearson and Junior Jeanette Rolando, os usual hoping to be on the receiving end of a pass.
79Teamwork Can Conquer
Muscles straining to get that ball through the hoop.
Minds deep in concentration always thinking of ways to outmaneuver the "other" guy.
Hearts determined to win . . .
Left: Front: Jim Beorman, Tim Beyer, Greg Weaver, Dan Kelley. Back: Bob Brown, Jim Perry, Mike Flood, Tom Agardy, Kirk Tooley, Leon Goetz, Jeff Maddock, Coach Mike O'Hara.
Top Left: Junior Mike Flood — leader of the pack.
Top Right: Tom Agardy and his opponent hang in there.
Opposite Page: Left: Jumpin' Jim scores again. Opposite Page: Top Right: Being six feet eight inches tall helps.
Opposite Page: Bottom Right: Leon Goetz
81Gymnastics... a Competitive Art
Shoulders are strained beyond all natural limits. Hands bear no resemblance to human flesh. Legs consume the force of bodies reaching unbelievable heights. Pride is desired and won. The mind and body have satisfied the dreams of the soul. Perfection is sought and touched.
82Opposite Page: left: Archie Varady achieves good form on the parallel bo»s Opposite Poge: Top Right: Mike Desztich strives for perfection on the rings Opposite Poge: Bottom Right: Expressions of concentration Top: Junior Steve Sermack cuts up the horse with the "scissors", left: Gary Baughman — a combination of strength and ability.
Above: Bob Fischer on the trampoline the only way to fly.
8 Time To Pin Down a Victory
Discipline, and strength, ambition and determination combine in the wrestler. The result, perfection, human power and the great competitive spirit of an individual sport. The wrestler epitomizes the true athlete, strong, determined and cunning with the competitive spirit that makes weak men strong.
Above: John Armelagos with another victim. Right: Joe Arp, determination.
Opposite Poge Upper Left: Junior Rick Hostings gets a hold on his opponent.
Opposite Page Upper Right: John Armelagos thinking of his next move.
Opposite Page Bottom: Wrestling, an involved sport.
lift your chin and set your shoulders,
Plant your feet and take a brace . . . But remember you are facing
Just what other men have met.
You may fail, but fall still fighting;
Don't give up, whate'er you do;
Eyes front, head high to the finish.
Edgar A. Guest
8 ftFirst Row, Left to Right: Mike Truder, Darrell Stoley, Gary Cook, Mark Hershberger, Bob Walls. Greg Messer, Bob Achatz. Jim Gerhardt. Second Row: Steve Dyas, Dole Weiss, Tom Fox, Mike Hewitt, Tom Tatar, Greg Gervasi, Jim DeVitto, Marc Pagilia. Third Row: Alan Kuroda, Jim Spiers, Kent Kachaterian, Gary Noel, Pete Dyas, Mike Zontop. Dennis Carter, Tom Molesky, John Hensel, Bill McMillan. Barbara Dudeck. Coach Dennis Hoffman.
Opposite Page: Left: Mike Zantop displaying his skills.
Opposite Page: Bottom: Coach Dennis Hoffman, watching those precious seconds.
Left: "I'm a bird. I'm a plane, no. I’m a diver, soys Sophomore Bob McMillan.
87Spirit Rises to a New Level
Top: Junior Vorsity Cheerleaders. First Row: Joan Osip, captain Cindy Cornwall, Carol Hogon. Second Row: Pot Stann, Teresa Nardini, Michaline Romanauski, Audrey Perreault. Third Row: Karen Hale.
Bottom: Swimming cheerleaders. Front Row: Jeanette Rolando, Debbie Me Laren, Lauren Buranskas, Pam Pricket, Toni Poulos, captain Colleen Woods
88Batting for a Championship
A crowd looks on in anticipation . . . nine players sparked by a competitive spirit . . . Coach Bob Tomes waits for that rewarding S-M-A-C-K after weeks of hard practice . . . and finally that familiar, "three strikes you're out!"
Top loft: Baseball coach Bob Tomes.
Loft: Ball Four!
Top Right: If you want it, here it is, come and get it.
89Swings and Slices
Golf . . . the exasperation of being stuck in a sand trap, tension mounting as a putt rolls silently towards making or breaking par. Dreaming of someday triumphing, reaching a hole in one. We play against ourselves.
Above: Junior Dove Markovich, "Swoosh"!
Top Right: Sophomore Bob Sontucci, "One. two, three . . Right: Junior Gary Osborn, "And away we go"!
90Serve to Our Advantage
In spring a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of love . . . set, and match. For developing muscle tone and quick reactions, nothing serves to one's advantage like tennis.
Top Loft: Tonnis Coach Mr. James Gee.
Top Right: Senior Fred Motney, "Bibbity, bobbity, dobbity, doo".
Left: Senior Fronk Kelly, "Check that style"!
Gasping for breath in a wild dash as the runner runs on . . . challenge. Lunging over the hurdle, must make a clean jump . . . challenge. Exhausted yet handing off the baton smoothly . . . challenge. Vaulting with only a thin pole for support . . . challenge. Track, a game of challenges.
Above: Senior Don Trionfi, off to a fait start.
Top Center: Senior Paul Zolynsky straining to get ahead.
Center: Seniors John Zolynksy and Roger Piche, part of our win-
Bottom Right: Senior Brian Lott shows how to do it.
IHard Work and High Spirits Bring Victory
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Top Left: Honds joined in athletic competition. Top Right: Sophomore Jane Young aiming for thot extra point.
Left: Deaone Sinkanin trying to get that boll awoy.
93Theatre in the Round Proves 'Fantastick'
Countless hours of preparation — lyrics to be learned; make-up to perfect; remembering the exact lines. Awareness; aggressiveness; teamwork; self-confidence whole-hearted effort goes into the making of AP's production of "The Fantasticks." Opening night glitters—a peek at the audience, mom's in the front row a hush of silence; spotlights glistening on a bare stage in the round; people in a circle; gratifying applause; an almost perfect musical; satisfaction.
Upper Right: Director Mike Klier explains last minute lighting changes. Right: "It was a clever plan we hod. To build this wall."
Above: "There's not much left to the old Company anymore—just Mortimer and me."
94Upper Left: "Try to remember the kind of September when life woj slow ond oh, so mellow . .
left: "When the moon was young, when the month was May . .
Above: Becky Hershberger, the mute, "What can I say?"
95Every Picture Tells a Story
Starting the new year with a leap ... a change of roles comes to Allen Park with the traditional Spinster. Girls muster up the courage to ask a favorite guy, pick him up, come in to meet his mother, open doors, and best of all (for the guys), pay his way. Women's Lib is nothing new to APHS.
96Opposite Page: Top: Barb Pretty admires Paula Dennison's flowers as Clark Doughty and Mike Duda look on.
Opposite Page: Lower Right: "Flower
Power" comes to Spinster with Karen Warner and Paul Trolli.
Far Left: Jim Rogers serenades Eve Anne Clark with his corsage.
Above: Linda Klingler coaxes Greg Weaver onto the dance floor.
Left: Sherry Disch and Tim Brooks wonder where their names are.Everything's Fun and Games at APHS Fair
Everyone loves a fair. Both young and old turned out at the annual APHS fair. Along with them they brought enthusiasm to try their hand at numerous games, contribute to club treasuries, and have some fun.
Above: Rose Canfilippo and Liz Macunovich; "Hey, we've got a winner here."
Right: Joni Osip takes a break from her clowning activities.
Opposite Page: Top Right: Sharon Cushing up to her neck in baloons.
Opposite Page: Top left: Linda Renaud ready for another customer.
Opposite Page: Bottom Right: Delighted and discouraged faces.
Opposite Page: Bottom Left: Arlene McAnally and Jill Farley treat a youngster to some French cuisine.
Top uft: Senior Janet Freshwater. Booster Club President. Top Right: Sophomore Joan Osiff has her work cut out for hor.
Above Seniors Barb Klopler, Janet Freshwater, and Becky McCloud, spirit comes and spirit goes.
Right: Juniors Joyce Prendergost and Marie Malone, spreading spirit.
102Let's Hear ItSki Clubbers in Action
Top Left: Ta-doo!
Top Middle: You don't like my pants?
Top Right: Look what I can do.
Middle: A scenic view of pine knob.
Bottom: Do you mean to say that I can't go on the Blue stripe hill?
Cramped bus rides, frozen toes, broken bindings, soggie jeans, and a barrage of skis and poles. Down the hill, up the tow rope, through the fence and into the lodge. Ski Club is snow and laughs.
Top: The Aquettes
Left: left to Right, Top: Miss Vicki Radoye, Stephanie Gates, Maureen Page, Cindi Danaher, Jane Frosheiser, Gail Eiden. Bottom: Gayle Chwierut, Cindy Barker, Pam Uren, Nancy Kammerer, Nancy Streit.
Right: Officers, Top: Pam Uren, secretary; Gayle
Chwierut, treasurer; Cindy Barker, corresponding secretary. Bottom: Nancy Kammerer, vice-president; Nancy Streit, president.
105And Bringing Government Closer to Home Seeing Government From Up Close . . .Seeing Life From Both Sides of the Counter
Top Loft: Student Shop, a workshop in free enterprise, is a pleasant place to browse for Senior Linda Mossucci.
Top Right: To Senior Geralyn Wickers, Student Shop is learning retailing by doing retailing.
Left: Senior Gerald Bastien finds merchandise tailor-made for a student's budget.
Above: Senior Nancy Lowe dreams of becoming one of our school's best dressed women.
Opposite Page: Bottom: Eighteen-year-old students find adulthood has come earlier than they expected.
107Junior Prom: Memories
Memories are made of . . . bouquets in blossom, elegant dresses worn only once, crisp tuxedoes, enchanting dances and candlelit dinners. A night that will live beyond the dawn.
Above: Juniors Anne Zeppa and Mike Quintana share the magic of a two minute whirl.
Top Right: Mark Carter and Diane Robertson experience Junior Prom's smiles, flowers, and tender moments.
Right: Decisions! Vanilla, chocolate . . . sugared? Juniors Archie Varady and Ann Piesik.
Opposite Page: lee Egland and Lorna logelin come under the spell of streamers and frills and music and memories.
108Precision, Unity, Harmony . . .Another year has come and gone. Only the memories of countless half-time shows, parades, assemblies and concerts remain. Senior band members sadly realize that these are the only souvenirs of "being out there heart and soul".
Left, MAJORETTES: Left to Right: Kathy Dur-kee, Denise Hines, Janice Makarawicz, Diana Gurzick.
Far Left: Ta-rah-rah-BOOM-dee-ay Craig Nelson, Tom Koopman, Tom Hilton.
IllAnd Our Hearts Were Filled With Glee
With a song on his lips and a song in his heart man has moved onward; though that song be a song of joy or sorrow. All that man is or ever will be is born of the song that he holds in his heart. Only so long as man shall voice the song that is within him, shall man move on.
Above: Girls' Glee
Right: All this and harmony, too?
112Music, the Universal Language
113Images in Music
Music seems to live on and on through memory. We remember our best high school experiences by the songs we sang. As we look back on the images of the past and forward to the memories to come let us meet them with a song.
Above: A guiding hand brings forth sweet music.
Right: Choir, satisfied with their performance.
Voice of the Law: Kangaroo Court
THY NOBLE TAKE OUR H GLADLY WE
Choir produces serious strains of music, yet choruses of laughter echo often from their domain. Kangaroo Kourt, the dreaded penal system of Concert choir zaps its members for misdemeanors and sentences them to fates worse than death . . .
Above Left: Junior Don Kelley is caught using that greasy kid stuff.
Below left: Senior Joan Critchfield cheers choir on.
Above: Junior Mark Stowe hits those "deep” notes.
117The Parade: Soon To Become A Minute of Your Memory
Commercials, our country's unique gift to Western civilization, is the theme of the Homecoming parade. On television the programs in imagination and quality, but try as the float-builders did, they couldn't outshine the other homecoming main events.
118Opposite Page: Top: "Roll 'em Over ' Senior class float.
Opposite Page: Bottom: Sophomore float helps our team win in twelve ways. Above: Junior float is a victory! left: Allen Club float came in "number
Excitement peaks ... a game and a championship hang in the balance. But the game is no contest as the team rolls over its opponent. Thoughts turn to Homecoming; reunion of old friends, graduates, and new faces. Gathering in tune to "A Minute of Your Memory ' spirits gone their separate ways reunite to share experiences, while hearts become a song.
120Opposite Page: Center: Left to Right: Tony Tonkery and Sue Ebel, Mike Parsnik and Heidi Holler, Greg Hofman and Darlene Heide, Steve Rodriguez and Andrea Kallil, Frank Mohacsi and Colleen Woods.
Opposite Page: Bottom: The crowning of our 1971-72 Homecoming Queen, Darlene Heide. Left: Alumnus Dave Walsh and Junior Jeannie Cortis.
121Homecoming Court: Pretty Maids All in a Row
122Opposite Page: Left: Heidi Holler.
Opposite Page: Top Right: Andrea Kallil.
Opposite Page: Right: Homecoming Queen, Darlene
Center Left: Darlene Heide.
Above: Colleen Woods.
Left: Sue Ebel.
123The Final Projection
Robert Achatz Cathy Adams Steve Adcock Joseph Agardy Gerome Agrusa Mark Allen
Opposite Page: Bottom Left: Bob Holubka, Senior Class President
Opposite Page: Bottom Right: Pat Elliot, Senior Class Vice-President
Top Left: Nancy Lowe, Senior Class Secretory Top Right: Kathy Steel, Senior Class Treasurer
Claudette BatesDiscouraging Moments
Above: Michelle Dobis receives an assuring hand from Ron Mastro-pietro.
Opposite Page: Top Left: Sherrie Waddell; that's the end of that E.Phyllis B«nvin Richard Bernardo James Bianchi
Deborah Binkowski Suzanne Bird Richard Bireta
Sandy Blair Debra Blessing Douglas Bloom
127Times of Involvement
128Bill Carpenter Dennis Carter Judith Chartier Anita Chervak Undo Chlipalo Gayle Chwierut
Mark Cianteo Paula Clark
Pamela Clarke John Cloutier William Coats Lynne Coleman
Opposite Page: Top Left: French Club officers: First Row: Michele MacFarlan, Kris Zoligiris. Second Row: Brad Taylor. Third Row: Roxanne Jeffries, Meg Zollars.
Opposite Page: Top Right: French Club Homecoming float.
Above: Allen Park Ski Patrol.
129Hidden Faces And Thinking Places
Maryann Colucci Paul Colwell Deborah Comisso Patrick Conlen Patricia Coolman Suzanne Copley
Sandy Corocran Marlene Cormack Cynthia Cox Jean Critchfield Joan Critchf.eld Lawrence Crupi
Laura Cunningham Sharon Curtiss Kathleen Cushing
Gary Daubresse Dorina Davanzo Nancy Dayton
Opposite Page: Top: Beady eyes penetrate the jungle of plants in Miss Brown's room.
Above: Senior Kim Tillen reviewing the day's events in her mind.
Nancy DegeCathy DeMars
Alexander Demeter Donna Demirjian
Paula Dennison James Denton Bart DePompolo
Stephen Downey Kathy Downs John Paul Drew John Dudek Deborah Dudzinski Scott Dulla
132William Ehlhardt Keith Ehrle
Math instructor Mr. Nelson demonstrates a problem as Bill Ehlhardt looks on. Then, class instructor W. J. Ehlhardt demonstrates a problem as student Nelson looks on. Mr. Nelson is always learning something new from his students!
Above: Senior Carol lachut.
Opposite Page: Top: Senior Dave Solomon creating fragile bubbles which pass away like fleeting moments.
Laura Jean Enix
Ronald Fairall Denis Falkowski
Peter Flores Cora Foley George Forbes
134Richard Ford Terri Ford
Derek Fox Peter Frabotta Marilyn Fradette Gregg Fronds
David Gahry Karen Ganos Cindy Gates
135Kathleen Gorajek David Gossett Deborah Gotx
Jean Grobowski judy Grade Michelle Gregen
Slave Sale: Left to Right: Senior Rich Jakubiak takes a chance . . . blindly awaits his fate . . . silently but expressively finds . . . Junior Paula Barnes, who asks, "You were expecting Raquel Welch?"
Andrea Gregory Gail Gretka Teri Gross
136137Mario Henderson Cynthia Herndon Debra Herzfeld
Bryan Hester Roberta Hewitt Rick Hoffmann
Greg Hof man Suzanne Hogancamp
Sally Holley Kathy Hollobaugh Susan Holowecky
Kevin HutchisonChris Ibbetson
Karen Jakacki Richard Jakubiak
Gary Allen Jones Gary Paul Jones
Karen Kairis Andrea Kallil Nancy Kammerer
Opposite Page: Junior Pete Stea finds the door to knowledge. Left: Junior Ron Wilson calling it a day.
Chris Kocsis Diane Kohmescher
Diane Konkel Thomas Koopman
Cheryl Kopey Kenneth Kotlarcsyk
141Seniors Face Reality...and Unreality
Michele Langert Daniel Lazo
Randy LeBlanc Ronald Leibold
Right: A dim light wends its way through the encircling darkness and comes to rest in the eyes of Senior Cindy Gates.
Oposite Page: Center: Seniors Paul Colwell and John Vorvatos, a head in the hand is worth . . .
142Donna Lesniowski Gail Lesxczynski
Lauroe Lezuch Constance liobor Walter Ligenza Ronald Lindow
Nancy LoweJames Lukas Michele MacFarlan Kathy Madigan
Karmen Manoogian Claudia Marsh Russell Martineau
Marcia Manes Debra Manoog
Linda Massucci Sue Mastropietro
144Linda McKeever Rich McKelvey Duncan McKenzie Maryann Mclellan
Karen Meehan Teresa Meixner
Above: Senior Linda Dobbertin "Going over the books."
left: Seniors Renee Policelli, Pat Mazglad, ond Shirley James typing?
Opposite Page: Seeing both sides of a common experience.
145Solemness and Laughter's Joy Are a Part of Life
Andrea Melidosian Paul Michalec Nancy Miklos
Karen Milantoni Marcel Milewski Mark Milidonij
Nancy Miller Kevin Millner Barbara Misiewicz Edward Missler Susan Misukaitis Donald Mitchell
146Frank Mohacsi Tom Molesky
Michael Navoy Craig Nelson Kristina Neumann
Opposite Page: Top left Mr. Lockhart assists Senior Mark Cianteo and Junior Mike Sassin in deciding the correct answer.
Opposite Page: Bottom: "I'm sure.'
Christine OhlPeople Make Our Place
St v n Polczynski Salvator Palumbo Darien Para JoAnn Parker Linda Parker Michael Parsnik
Albert Polder Renee Policelli
Barbara Pretty Curtis Price Patricia Price
Carol Raether Michele Randles
Michael Rastelli Laurie Rave Nancy Rawson
Opposite Page: Keith Pokorny, Mark Koziol, Joe Cristante, Jeff Gover, Janice Ebel, and Cindy Szczesny get on top of things at Allen Park High School.
149lori Rea Linda Recsei James Redden Ellen Redmer
Philip Reed David Reneau
150Bill Rodeheffor Douglas Rogell
David Salomon Sandra Sandel
Susan Sapulski Julio Sbonok Diane Scarpace
Oposite Page: Sue Copley, Jay Rairigh, and Al Nodrowski caught in the act of skipping things other than classes.
Left: Strange how time changes cluttered hallways into echoing passageways.
151Above: Seniors Leon Geotz and Nancy Dege,
wanting to get higher.
Opposite Page: Center Left: Senior, Diane Stol. Opposite Page: Center Right: Yolk for the day: four hands on one egg better that four eggs on one hand.
Jean Schafer Daniel Schaffar Michael Schiavulli Jeffrey Schlacht
Beverly Sheptack Andy Shomberger
152Timothy Shoulders David Siko
Margaret Silye Bonnie Simerly Ken Simpson
Nancy Skarjune Denise Skowron
Wendy Soubel Roger Sperlbaum
153Kathleen Steel Sandra Steele Mark Stevens
How can I tell you that I love you;
But I can't think of the right words to soy.
I long to tell you that I'm always thinking of you;
But my words just blow owoy, just blow away.
154Richard Tarcia Gary Tarala
Tim Tatar Madonna Tavernier Bradley Taylor Earl Taylor
155Facing and Exploring New Worlds
Gary Trzaskos Vichi Tuba Cynthia Tupancy William Umbarger John Unger Pamela Uren
Dennis VarnerCheryl Volante Sherrie Waddell
Tim Walter Sheila Warren
Opposite Page: Top: Seniors Nancy Skarjune and Laurie Rave point the finger of suspicion towards one another.
Above: Mail service with a personal touchlCheryl West Sherry Westfall Robert Wheeler
Sharon Wigginton Roberta Wilkinson
Shelley Wise Julie Wojciechowski Karen Wolas
Colleen Woods Laird Wreford
Robert Ziegler Dennis Zlonkevicz John Zolynsky
Seniors Not Pictured
Antonio Acosta Charles Koos
David Alioa Stephen Kroepel
Christopher Amli Douglas Kuszmierz
Charles Amore Elmer LeBlanc
James Arp Patrick Lojewski
James Attard Bill Look
Lawrence Badarak Frank Lucas
Gerald Bastien Paul Lunwick
Marilyn Bennie Tedy Matheus
Wayne Berger Andrea Metelski
Clay Blair Carl H. Michael, Jr.
Bruce Buckles Barbara Miklavcic
Steve Byrne Juan Modica
Neal Carrell Mark Neubacher
Lynette Chaplin Paul Parks
Rogor Chuby Roger Piche
Barbara Jill Clarke Bob Rabeyshoff
Brian Cortis Paivi Rekula
Don Dufour James Scalici
Harley Duke David Seibold
Tim Eades Roger Shewchuk
Pat Evans Greg Skora
Gerald Ferranti Michael Smith
Joan Firestone Sheryl Thrash
Roy Fredericks Maria Toro
Michael Gomez Kathy Tumminello
Jeffrey Gover Mark Vanonis
Ines Guillen Greg Ventress
Richard Heminway Penny Wagner
Ronald Hodge Jay Wendel
John Jarian Kevin Wynn
James Knick James Yorosz
Honor Society 1,2,3; Library Assistant 2; Swimming 1,2,3; Varsity Club 1,2,3
ANTONIO ACOSTA E.:
(Exchange student from Ecuador) CATHY ADAMS:
Ski Club 1,2,3 STEVE ADCOCK:
Boys' Glee 1,3 JOE AGARDY:
Business Club 1,2,3 GEROME AGRUSA:
Tennis 1,2,3 DAVE ALIOA:
Drama 1,2,3; Tennis 1,2,3 MARK ALLEN:
College Prep SHARON ALLEN:
Girls' Tennis 1; Honor Society 2,3 (Treasurer); Le Cercle Francois 1; Ski Club 1,2,3 FRANK ALLEVATO:
Cross Country 1; Track 2,3; Varsity Club 1,2,3 RANDY AMES:
Football 1 CHRIS AMU:
General CHUCK AMORE:
Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3; Varsity Club 1; Wrestling 1 JAMES ANDERSON:
Baseball 3 SVEN ANDERSON:
Soccer 2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3 JOHN ANDONIAN:
Business Club 3; Track 1,2,3 SUE ANGELLOTTI:
Library Assistant 3 JOHN ARMELAGOS:
Football 1,2,3; Honor Society 2,3; Tennis 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; Wrestling 1,2,3 PHYLLIS ARMSTRONG:
Homemaking Club 2 JOE ARP:
Football 1,2,3; Honor Society 1; Varsity Club 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2,
Business Club 3; Powder Puff 2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3 BARBARA ATKINSON:
Business Club 3; G.A.A. 1; Girls' Basketball 1 JIM ATTARD:
Ski Club 3
Gymnastics 1; Student Council 1 LAWRENCE BADARAK LORA BAKER:
Business JERRY BASTIEN:
Art Club 1,2,3 BILL BATALUCCO CINDY BATES:
Powder Puff 2 CLAUDETTE BATES:
Baseball 1,2; Football 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1,2,3; Honor Society 1; Student Council 3; Varsity Club 1,2,3; Track 3 TOM BEAR:
Ski Club 1 PATTI BEARMAN:
Allen Club 2,3; Powder Puff 2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3 (Membership Secretory)
Co-op 3 DAVID BEGGS:
(transferred from Taylor) German
Wrestling 2 SHERRIE BENEDICT:
J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2; Powder Puff 2,3; Student Council 1,2; Girl's Glee 1; Girls' Basketball 2; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Girls' Softball 2 MICHELE BENN:
Powder Puff 2,3 MARILYN BENNIE:
Ski Club 1,2,3 PHYLLIS BENVIN:
Business WAYNE BERGER RICK BERNARDO:
College Prep JIM BIANCHI:
Soccer 1,2,3 (Co-Captain)
DEBI BINKOWSKI SUZANNE BIRD.
Girls' Glee 1,2 RICHARD BIRETA:
College Prep CLAY BLAIR SANDY BLAIR DEBRA BLESSING:
Spanish Club 1 DOUGLAS BLOOM JOSEP HMICHAEL BOBOVSKI: College Prep;
Allen Club 2,3; Drama Club 2,3; Gymnastics 2; Karate Club 2,3 (Vice-President)
Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1 MARY ANN BODA PAUL MICHAEL BODUCH:
Business Club 1; Homemaking Club 1; Le Cercle Fraicais 1; Library Assistant 1
Allegro Club 1,2; Business Club 1; Homemaking 1; Library Assistant 1 CLAUDIA BOGARD:
Art Club 3; Booster Club 3; Cross-Age Teaching 3; Drama 1,2; Model United Nations 3; Powder Puff 2,3; Ski Club 2,3 DON A. BORYSKI:
Ski Club 2 SANDRA BOSH:
F.T.A.; Drama 2,3; Homemaking Club 3 (President); Karate Club 2, 3 (Secretary); Washington Club 2 (Vice-President)
Cross Country 2,3; Track 3 DENNIS BOURDLAIS:
Gymnastics 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3 ROBERT BOVE SUSAN BOZEK WILLIAM BREISCH:
College Prep ERIC BREITFELD:
Football 1; Varsity Club 2,3; Wrestling 2,3
Boys' Glee 1; Concert Choir 2,3; Honor Society 1; Ski Club 1; Soccer 2,3; Swimming 1 GEORGE BRODERICK BRENT BRONNER:
Allegro 1; Business Club 1 LINDA BROWN:
Boostor Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Powder Puff 2,3 (Ccptain); Girls' Basketball 1; Ski Club 1 ROBERT BROWN:
Allegro 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3 BRUCE BUCKLES STEVE BYRNE
THOMAS ALLAN CADORIN.
Football 1,3; Library Assistant 2; Ski Club 3; Swimming 1,2; Track 1,2; Varsity Club 1,2,3 KATHY CALVIRD:
Aquettes 2; Booster Club 1; Ski Club 1
College Prep ELSA CAMPAGNA:
Ski Club 1 TAD CANNING:
Band 1; Tennis 1,2,3; Varsity Club
Swimming 1,2 NEAL CARRELL DENNIS CARTER:
Library Assistant 2; Swimming 1,
2.3 (Captain); Varsity Club 1,2,3 LYNETTE CHAPLIN:
Homemaking Club 1,2
Ski Club 1,2,3 ANITA CHERVAK:
Band 2,3; Drama 1,2,3; Honor Society 2,3; German Club 2,3 LINDA CHLIPALA ROGER CHUBY:
College Prep GAYLE CHWIERUT:
Aquettes 1,2,3 (Treasure); Ski Club 1,2,3; Washington Club 2 MARK CIANTEO:
Honor Society 1,2,3 PAULA CLARK:
Business Club 1,2,3; Drama 1; IMPRINT 3; Spaoish Club 1; Student Council 3
BARBARA JILL CLARKE PAMELA CLARKE:
Girls' Basketball 1; Girls' Chorus 1; Girls' Glee 2; Honor Society 2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3 JOHN CLOUTIER:
Collego Prep WILLIAM ANDREW COATS:
Ski Club 1; Wrestling 1 LYNNE COLEMAN:
IMPRINT 3; Le Cercle Francois 1;
Ski Club 1,2,3 MARY ANN COLUCCI:
Business Club 3; Co-op 3; Spanish Club 1
PAUL N. COLWELL:
Allen Club 1,2,3; Baseball (J.V.) 1; Football 3; Honor Society 2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3 (President) (Ski Patrol 2,3); (transferred from Colorado) DEBORAH COMISSO:
Booster Club 1,2,3; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Girls' Basketball 1; Honor Society 2,3; IMPRINT 3; Library Assistant 3; Model United Nations 3; Ski Club 2,3; Powder Puff 3 PATRICK CONLEN:
Drama 2,3; Honor Society 2; Spanish Club 2,3 PATRICIA COOLMAN:
Band 1,2,3; Booster Club 3; Drama 2; Girls' Basketball 1,2; Girls' Soft-
Allen Club 2,3; Art Club 1; Booster Club 1,2,3; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Powder Puff 2; Ski Club 1,2,3 ALEXANDER DEMETER DONNA DEMIRJIAN:
Art Club 1,2,3; Booster Club 1; Ski Club 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1,2; Swimming Timer 1,2,3 PAULA DENNISON:
Allen Club 1,2,3; Booster Club 1, 2,3; Concert Choir 2,3; Girls' Glee 1; Honor Society 1,2,3; Kangaroo Kourt 3; Powder Puff 2,3; Ski Club 3
Ski Club 1,2,3; Swimming 1,2
Girls' Basketball 1,2,3; Girls' Soft-ball 1,2,3, Powder Puff 2,3; Girls' Gymnastics 1 YVONNE DESJARDINS:
Booster Club 1; F.N.A. 1,2,3; Le Cercle Francois 2; Library Assistant 2
Band 1,2,3; Booster Club 1,2; Drama 1,2,3; Powder Puff 2,3; Ski Club 1
Allen Club 2,3; Concert Choir 3; Powder Puff 2; Ski Club 1,2,3 DOUGLAS DOCHERTY STEVE DOWNEY:
Boys' Glee 2; Karate Club 1
Honor Society 2
JOHN M. DUDEK:
Business (Transferred from Cabrini)
DEBBI DUDZINSKI Business DON DUFOUR HARLEY DUKE:
Baseball 1; Business Club 3
Allen Club 2,3; Booster Club 1,2,3; Concert Choir 2,3 (Treasurer); German Club 2,3 (Secretary); Girls' Tennis 1; Honor Society 2,3 (President); Girls' Glee 1; Kangaroo Kourt 3
Booster Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Girls' Basketball 1,2; Girls' Softball 1; Honor Society 1,2,3; Majorettes 1, 2,3; Powder Puff 3 PETER S. DYAS:
Swimming 1,2,3 (Captain); Varsity
ball 1,2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1,2,3 SUZANNE COPLEY:
College Prep SANDRA CORCORAN:
Band 1,2,3; Booster Club 1,3; Pep Band 1,3
Business BRIAN CORTIS CYNTHIA L. COX:
Booster Club 1,3; F.N.A. 1 (Treasurer) 2; Homemaking 3 (Vice-President); Powder Puff 3; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Student Council 2; Washington Club 2 JEAN CRITCHFIELD:
Booster Club 2,3; Christian Club 2; Concert Choir 2,3; F.N.A. 2 (Vice-President); Girls' Glee 1 JOAN M. CRITCHFIELD:
Concert Choir 2,3 (Secretary); Homemaking Club 3; F.N.A. 2 (Treasurer); Girls' Chorus; Girls' Glee 1; Girls' Basketball 1; Kangaroo Kourt 3; Powder Puff 2 LARRY CRUPI:
Art Club 1,2,3; Library Assistant 3
Booster Club 1,2,3; F.N.A. 1 (Secretary); Girls' Basketball 1 KEN CSORGO:
Ski Club 1,2
Business Club 1,2,3; Concert Choir 3; Girls' Glee 1,2; Powder Puff 1 LAURA CUNNINGHAM:
German Club 1; Girls' Glee 1,2; Homemaking Club 3; Powder Puff 2; Ski Club 3; Student Council 1; Washington Club 2 SHAR CURTISS:
Art Club 1,2,3; Girls' Gymnastics 1
Band 1,2; Girls' Basketball 1
Girls' Gymnastics 1; Honor Society 3; Ski Club 3 MARK DARABAN:
Gymnastics 1,2; Swimming 1
Girls' Gymnastics 1
Football 1; Honor Society 1; Ski Club 2
Business NANCY DAYTON MATTHEW DEAGOSTINO:
Gymnastics 1,2,3; Library Assistant 3
DAVID DEFROY NANCY DEGE:
Girls' Basketball 1; Powder Puff 3
Club 1,2,3 TIM EADES JAMES EBEL:
Honor Society 1; Ski Club 1,2,3; Swimming 1 SUSAN J. EBEL:
Homecoming Court 3; Powder Puff 2; Ski Club 3; Swimming Cheerleader 1,2
Basketball 1; Football 1; Student Council 1 MARC EGLAND:
Football 1,2,3; Track 1; Varsity Club 2,3
WILLIAM J. EHLHARDT:
Band 1,2,3; Honor Society 1,2,3; Le Cercle Francois 1,2,3 THOMAS EIDEN:
Basketball 1; Football 3; Honor Society 2; Le Cercle Francois 1; Ski Club 1; Varsity Club 3 CONNIE ELLIOTT:
(Transferred from Our Lady of Mercy)
J.V. Cheerleader 1; Junior Class Vice-President; Senior Class Vice-President; Concert Choir 2 (Vice-President); Girls' Glee 1; Kangaroo Kourt 1 (Vice-President)
DAN R. ELLIS:
Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3; Ski Club 2,3; Varsity Club 1,2,3 NANCY ELLIS:
Girls' Glee 1,2,3
Art Club 1,2,3; Ski Club 1 LAURA ENIX PAT EVANS RONALD S. FAIRALL:
Boys' Glee 2,3; Concert Choir 3; Ski Club 1,2 DENIS FALKOWSKI:
Honor Society 1,2,3; Ski Club 1,2, 3; Soccer 1,2,3 MALLOY FARLEY TERRI FARRAND:
Concert Choir 2; Girls' Glee; Powder Puff 2 ROBERT FENNELL:
Karate Club 1; Ski Club 1,2
JERRY FERRANTI JOAN MARIE FIRESTONE:
(Transferred from Cabrini High)
ROBERT E. FISCHER:
Football 1; Track 1,2,3 (President); Ski Club 2,3 ALAN FISHWICK:
Industrial Arts PETER FLORES CORA FOLEY GEORGE FORBES:
Drama 2,3; German Club 3; Jaguar J.urnal 3; Ski Club 2
College Prep TERRI FORD:
Business Club; Student Council 1
College Prep PETER FRABOTTA MARILYN FRADETTE:
(Transferred from Lutheran High West)
Booster Club 1,2,3 (President); Girls' Basketball 1,2,3; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Girls' Softball 1,2,3; Honor Society 2,3 (Vice-President); Le Cercle Francois 1; Powder Puff 2,3 (Co-Captain); Ski Club 1,2 DAVID GAHRY:
KAREN SUE GANOS:
Drama 1; Spanish Club 3; Student Council 1
CYNTHIA DAPHNE GATES:
Powder Puff 2 STEPHANIE GATES MICHAEL GAUJANIAN:
Boys' Glee 1,3; Concert Choir 2,3 (President); Kangaroo Kourt 3; Ski Club 2,3 (Ski Patrol 3); Student Council 3 (Sgt. ot Arms)
Band 2,3; Drama 3; Allegro Club 2,3; Girls' Gymnastics 3; Powder Puff 3; Ski Club 3; Girls' Tennis 2, 3; (Transferred from Indiana) BARBARA GETTEMY:
College Prep DENNIS A. GILPATRICK DAVID GNICH:
Allen Club 2,3 (Treasurer); Boys' Glee 1; Concert Choir 2,3; Kangaroo Kourt 3; Swimming 1 DAVID W. GODDARD LEON GOETZ:
Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3 (Captain); Football 1,2,3; Honor Society 1,2,3; Vorsity Club 1,2,3 MICHAEL GOMEZ KATHLEEN GORAJEK:
Band 1,2,3; Booster Club 1; Powder Puff 3; Ski Club 3; Girls' Basketball 1; Girls' Softball 1 DAVE GOSSETT:
Business DEBORAH GOTZ JEFF GOVER:
Business Club; Student Council JEAN MARIE GRABOWSKI:
F.N.A. 1; Girls' Basketball 1; Honor Society 3; Le Cercle Francois 2; Washington Club 2 JUDY GRACIE:
Co-op 3; Girls' Glee 2; Girls' Soft-ball 1,3; Homemaking Club 1 MICHELLE GREGEN:
Germon Club 2 (Vice-President); Powder Puff 2; Ski Club 3; Student Council 1,3 ANDREA LEE GREGORY:
F. N.A. 2
GAIL M. GRETKA:
G. A.A. 1; Girls' Basketball 1; Powder Puff 2,3
(Transferred from Lincoln Park) LINDA GROVE:
Jaguar Journal 3 TOM GRUNDMAN:
Football 1,2,3 INES A. GUILLEN:
(Exchange Student from Ecuador) GLENN GULLIVER:
Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Varsity Club 2,3 SHARON GUMTOW:
Ski Club 1,2 DIANA GURZICK:
Booster Club 1,2; Majoiettes 2,3 BARB HAENER:
Band 1; Ski Club 2,3 SUSAN HAHNKE:
Concort Choir 3; Aquettes 1,2; Girls' Glee 1,2; IMPRINT 2,3 (Sec tion Ed.); Model United Nations 3; Ski Club 1 CHARLES W. HALE:
Football 1,2; Gymnastics 1,2,3; Varsity Club 1,2,3 JAY M. HANNA:
Boys' Glee 1; Concert Choir 2,3; Track 1; Wrestling 2 DENISE HARRIS:
College Prep GAIL HAWKINS:
Booster Club 1,2,3; Concert Choir 2,3; German Club 2,3; Girls' Glee 1
Homecoming Queen; Student Council
RICHARD HEMIWAY MARTO HENDERSON
Ski Club 1 CANDY HERNDON:
Business BRYAN HESTER:
General ROBERTA HEWITT:
Concert Choir 3; Girls' Glee 1,2; Powder Puff 2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3; Sponish Club 2,3 RONALD HODGE RICARDO R. HOFFMAN:
Karate Club 1 GREG HOFMANN General SUZANNE HOGANCAMP College Prep;
Allen Club 3; Aquettes 1,2 (Vice-President); Booster Club 1; Concert Choir 3; Girls' Glee 1,2; Honor Society 1; Kangaroo Kourt 1; Powder Puff 3; Ski Club 1,2,3 (Membership Secretary); Student Council Vice-President 3 HEIDI HOLLER:
Homecoming Court 3 SALLY HOLLEY:
Ski Club 1,2,3 KATHRYN HOLLOBAUGH:
Drama 2,3; Girls' Glee 3 SUSAN HOLOWECKY:
Girls' Gymnastics 1; Le Cercle Francois 1; Ski Club 1,2 BOB HOLUBKA:
Football 1; Senior Class President JOSEF HORAK:
College Prep KEVIN HUTCHISON:
Gymnastics 1; Library Assistant 2 CHRIS STEVEN IBBETSON:
Football 1; Ski Club 1 KAREN JAKACKI:
Girls' Glee 2,3; Majorettes 1,2 RICHARD JAKUBIAK:
Basketball 1; Library Assistant 3; Football 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1; Student Council 1; Varsity Club 1,
JIM C. JAMES SHIRLEY JAMES:
Ski Club 1,2,3 (Ski Patrol 3)
JOHN JARIAN CHRIS JOHNSON:
Ski Club 1,2.3 GARY A. JONES:
Band 1,2,3 GARY PAUL JONES:
Boys' Glee 1,2,3; Concert Choir 3; Student Council 3 MIKE KACHATERIAN:
Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3 KAREN KAIRIS:
Business Club 1,2,3 ANDREA KALLIL:
J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 1,2,3 (Captain); Powder Puff 2; Homecoming Court 3; Ski Club 3; Sophomore Class Secretory; Student Council 2,3 (Treasurer) NANCY ANN KAMMERER:
Aquettes 1,2,3 (Vice-President); Powder Puff 2,3; Ski Club 3; Spanish Club 3 MARK KAPERA MICHAEL KAPUT PAULETTE KAZAN:
Business FRANK KELLY:
Football 1; Ski Club 2,3 (Ski Patrol) Tennis 1,2,3 (Captain)
LAUREN K. KESERIC:
College Pre, ;
Cross-Age Teaching 3; Ski Club 1, 2,3; Spanish Club 1 KENNETH R. KIAH:
College Prep GREG KIMBELL CYNTHIA KINDRED Business Club 1,2; Le Cercle Francois 1,2; Library Assistant 3 JEANNE M. KISH:
Allen Club 3; Booster Club 1,2,3; Girls' Basketball 1; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Girls' Softball 1; Powder Puff 2; Ski Club 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1.2.3 LINDA KLINGLER:
Concert Choir 3; Girls' Glee 2; Honor Society 1,2,3; Powder Puff 2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3 BARBARA KLOPFER:
Allen Club 2,3; Booster Club 1,2,3 (Secretary, Treasurer); F.N.A. 1; German Club 2,3; Girls' Basketball 1; Honor Society 2,3; IMPRINT 3 JIM KNICK:
Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3
KATHLEEN ANN KOCHEVAR:
Allen Club 2,3; Booster Club 1; Girls' Basketball 1; Jaguar Journal 3; Powder Puff 2; Ski Club 1; Swimming Timer 1,2,3 CHRIS KOCSIS DIANE KOHMESCHER:
Business DIANE KONKEL:
College Prep THOMAS KOOPMAN:
Allegro 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; Football 1; Kangaroo Kourt; Band 2; Honor Society 2,3 CHUCK KOOS:
Karate Club 1 CHERYL KOPEY:
Booster Club 1,2,3; Girls' Basketball 1; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Honor Society 2,3; Powder Puff 2; IMPRINT 2,3; Ski Club 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3
General JAMES M. KOTTKE:
College Prep GREGORY KOURI KATHRYN KOZLOWSKI:
Ski Club 1; Spanish Club 1 NANCY ELLEN KRANICH:
Art Club 1,2,3 (President); IMPRINT
2.3 (Editor); Powder Puff 2; Swimming Timer 2,3
STEPHEN KROEPEL MARK KULAW:
Art Club 2,3; Soccer 1,2,3 ALAN KURODA.
Swimming 1,2,3; Varsity 2,3 BRIAN KUTSCHER:
IMPRINT Photographer 3; Ski Club
Business Club 1,2,3 MAL A. LANG College Prep;
Hockey 1,2,3 JANET LANGE:
College Prep MICHELE LANGERT DANIEL LAZO, JR.:
Business ELMER LEBLANC:
Cross Country 3; Ski Club 2,3; Track 2,3 RANDY LEBLANC:
Gymnastics 1,2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3; Tennis 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; Washington Club 2 RONALD T. LEIBOLD:
Sophomore Class Treasurer; Junior Class Treasurer; IMPRINT 3; Le Cercle Francois 1; Girls' Basketball 1; Powder Puff 2.3; Ski Club 1.3; Swim Timer 1,2,3 GAIL LESZCZYNSKI:
Powder Puff 2; Ski Club 1 LAUREE LEZUCH CONNIE LIEBER:
College Prep WALLY LIGENZA RONALD LINDOW PATRICIA JANE LITOGOT:
Business Club 3; Jaguar Journal
2.3 (Page Editor); Washington Club 2; Sophomore Class Vice-President GARY LOCHNER:
Boys' Glee 3 STEPHEN LOGELIN:
(Transferred from Ben Davis) PATRICK LOJEWSKI BILL LOOK ROBERT LORINCZ:
Boys' Glee 1; Concert Choir 2; Golf 3
Football 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1; Ski Club 1,3; Sophomore Class President; Track 1,2,3; Varsity Club 1,
NANCY MARIE LOWE:
J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2; Girls' Basketball 1; Girls' Glee 1; Library Assistant 2; Ski Club 1,3; Junior Class Secretary; Senior Class Secretary FRANK LUCAS JAMES LUKAS:
Concert Choir 2,3; Boys' Glee 1,3; German Club 2 (Treasurer)
PAUL LUNWICK MICHELE MacFARLAN:
Ski Club 3; Washington Club 2 (Secretary, Treasurer); Student Council 2,3; Powder Puff 2,3; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Girls' Basketball 1; Allen Club 3; G.A.A. 1; IMPRINT
2.3 (Section Editor); Girls' Glee 3 (Vice-President); Le Cercle Francois
General PHIL MALIS:
General MARCIA MANES DEBBIE MANOOG:
KARMEN M. MANOOGIAN, JR.: Library Assistant 1 CLAUDIA DIANE MARSH:
Art Club 1; Girls' Glee 1 RUSS MARTINEAU:
Ski Club 1,2,3 HAROLD MASON LINDA MASSUCCI:
Business Club 1,2,3 SUE MASTROPIETRO:
Powder Puff 2,3; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Girls' Basketball 1; G.A.A. 1; Girls' Glee 1,2; Concert Choir 3; Co-op 3
MATTHEW D. MATEY:
Varsity Club 1.2,3; Boys' Glee 1; German Club 2; Gymnastics 1,2,3; Model United Notions 3 GREG MATHAMEL:
Ski Club 1.2 JAMES MAUS:
General TEDY MATHEUS PAT MAZGLAD:
Business REBECCA McCLOUD:
Future Nurses' Club 1,2 (President, Secretary); Booster Club 1,2,3 (Vice-President); Concert Choir 2,3 MICHAEL CASEY McGUIRE:
German Club 3; Honor Society 1, 2,3; Le Cercle Francois 1,2,3 (Vice-President)
Golf Club 1; Library Assistant 1 LINDA McKEEVER:
College Prep ELAINE McANALLY DUNCAN McKENZIE:
Varsity Club 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1,
Business KAREN MECHAN:
Ski Club 1,2,3 TERESA F. MEIXNER:
Future Nurses' Club 1; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Le Cercle Francois 1,2,3 ANDREA MELIDOSIAN:
Business Club 2,3; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2 ANDREA METELSKI:
General CARL H. MICHAEL, JR.:
(transferred from Lincoln Park High)
General BARBARA MIKLAVCIC:
Girls' Basketball 3; Le Cercle Francois 3; (Exchange student from Yugoslavia)
Ski Club 1,2; Kangaroo Kourt 2; Varsity Cheerleader 2 (Mascot); Band 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3; Girls' Glee 2 (Vice-President)
KAREN JO MILANTONI:
Booster Club 1; Concert Choir 2,3; Girls' Chorus 1 MARC MILEWSKI:
College Prep MARK MILIDONIS.
Industrial Arts NANCY MILLER KEVIN MILLNER:
Ski Club 1,2,3 (Trustee, Ski Potrol); Boys' Glee 1,2,3 (Kongaroo Kourt); Powder Puff Cheerleader 2,3; Allen Club 1,2,3; IMPRINT 2,3 (Photography Editor); Concert Choir 3 BARBARA-ANN MISIEWICZ: Business;
Business Club 3; Booster Club 1; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Girls' Tennis 1,2; Co-op 3 EDWARD A. MISSLER:
Varsity Club 2,3; Soccer 1,2,3 SUSAN MISUKAITIS:
JAGUAR JOURNAL 2,3 (Editor) JUAN MODICA:
(Exchange student from Paraguay) TOM MOLESKY:
Swimming 1,2,3 RON MOLNAR:
Student Council 1; Varsity Club 2; Wrestling 1; Band 1 LYNETTE MONELL:
Business NICOLETTE MONELL:
College Prep GARY MONTROSE:
Ski Club 1,2,3 FRED MOTNfcY:
Ski Club 1,2; Tennis 2 DAVID MURT.
JAGUAR JOURNAL 3, Allen Club
Ski Club 2,3; Student Council 3; Drama Club 1,2,3; Swimming 1,2; Chess Club 3 MIKE NAVOY:
Golf 1.2,3 CRAIG NELSON MARK A. NEUBACHER KRIS NEUMANN:
College Prep GEORGE NOVKOV:
General CHRISTINE OHl DARLENE OSINSKI.
Business PAT PACHY:
Ski Club 1,2,3; Powder Puff 2
Powder Puff 2 PATTY PAGE:
Homemaking Club 1,2 PAMELA L. PAIGE:
Girls' Glee 1,2,3 RICHARD A. PAISLEY:
Ski Club 1,2 (transferred from Australia)
Wrestling 1,2,3; Cross Country 1 SAL P. PALUMBO:
Business DARLENE R. PARA JOANN PARKER LINDA PARKER:
Business PAUL A. PARKS:
College Prep MIKE PARSNIK:
Industrial Arts DAVID PATELCZYK:
Varsity Club 2,3; J.V. Football 1; Varsity Football 2,3; Baseball 1 JEFF PATTEN:
College Prep JERILYN PEARSON:
Ski Club 3; Powder Puff 2 DENNIS PEDENELLI PEGGY PENCE:
Allegro Club 2; Band 1,2,3 (Secretary); Honor Society 2.3 JEAN PENDLETON BOB PETERSEN:
College Prep JAMES PETT:
Varsity Club 1; Tennis 1; Gymnastics 1,2,3 MIKE PHILBIN:
Swimming 1 PATRICIA PHILBIN:
Homemaking Club 1,2,3 (Treasurer); Library Assistant 3 ROGER THOMAS PICHE:
Boys' Glee 1; Football; Kangaroo Kourt; Art Club; Track 1,2,3 ELIZABETH PIERANTOZZI:
Business Club; Ski Club 1,2,3; Sponish Club 3 ELAINE PIGHIN:
Business JANIS PISTOLES:
Business SHEREE PITTMAN:
GirIs' Glee 1; Concert Choir 2,3 BRUCE PLACEK:
Varsity Club 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3 (Captain)
Future Nurses' Club 1,2,3; Karate Club 1
General DONNA POKORNY:
General RENEE POLICELLI:
Ski Club 1; Le Cercle Francois 1 JEANIE POLLOCK:
Ski Club 1 MARIO POMPA:
Varsity Club 1,2,3; Track 1; Cross Country 1 ROMEO POMPA:
Allegro Club 3; Washington Club 2; Student Council 1,2; Boys' Glee 3; Spanish Club 2,3 (Vice-President) CHERYL PORTER:
Aquettes 1 BARBARA PRETTY:
Booster Club 1,2,3; Ski Club 1,2,3; Student Council 2,3 (Secretary); Powder Puff 2; Spanish Club 2,3; Honor Society 2; Girls' Glee 1; Concert Choir 2,3; Allen Club 1,
JAGUAR JOURNAL 3 (Sports' Editor); Football 1; Baseball 1 PAT PRICE MICHAEL PRIOR:
General BOB RABEYSHOFF:
Spanish Club CAROL RAETHER:
Business MICHELE RANDLES:
Library Assistant 1 MIKE RASTELLI:
Wrestling 2; Art Club 2 LAURIE RAVE:
Booster Club 1; Homemaking Club 2; Ski Club 3, Powder Puff 2 NANCY RAWSON:
Ski Club 2; Girls' Gymnastics 1 LAURA REA:
Ski Club 1,2,3 LINDA RECSEI:
Powder Puff 2,3; Girls' Glee 1 JAMES REDDEN:
Washington Club 2 (President!; Student Council 3; Spanish Club 2.3 (President); Soccer 2,3 ELLEN REDMER Business;
Business Club 3; JAGUAR JOUR NAL 3; Powder Puff 2 PHILIP REED:
General TUNA REKULA:
Art Club 3; (Exchange student from Finland)
DAVID RENEAU BARBARA RESETAR:
Ski Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3 (Secretary, President); Honor Society 2.3 DANIEL REYES:
Business DEBORAH RIEGEL:
163Future Nurses' Club 1,2; Washington Club 1 MARK ROBERTSON:
Reserve Basketball 1 LAURIE ROBINSON:
Business MARCIE ROBINSON:
Business BILL RODEHEFFER:
Ski Club 1.2,3; Football 1,2 DOUGLAS O. ROGELL:
German Club 3 (Vice-President)
PAT ROHLOFF General;
Wrestling 1 ROSLIN RUCINSKI:
Booster Club 1,2,3; Ski Club 1; German Club 2; Girls' Glee 1; Concert Choir 2,3 (librarian); Future Teachers' Club 1 BARBARA MARIE RUTKOWSKI: Business PATRICIA RUTKOWSKI.
Ski Club 1,2, IMPRINT 3 DAVID CLAY SAIAMON:
Karate Club 1,2,3 (President) SANDRA SANDEl Business DIANE SANSONE:
Ski Club 1,2,3; le Cercle Francois 1 SUSAN SAPULSKI JULIE SBONEK:
College Prep JAMES SCAUCI:
Ski Club 1,2.3 DIANE SCARPACE:
Ski Club 1,2,3; J.V. Cheerleader 1 JEAN SCHAFER:
Industrial Arts MIKE SCHIAVULLI JEFF SCHLACHT:
Ski Club 3; Drama 2 CYNDY SCHMITTOU:
Ski Club 1,2,3; Drama 1,2,3; Girls' Tennis 3; Art Club 3 (Vice-President)
CAROL ANNE SCHNEIDER:
Girls' Basketball 1; IMPRINT 3; Le Cercle Francois 1 GAIL SCHOOK Business;
Business Club 3; Ski Club 1,2,3; Washington Club 2; Drama 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Honor Society
MARK SCHULTZ BRENDA SCHWOCHOW:
College Prep KATHERINE J. SCOTTA
Booster Club 3; Powder Puff 2,3; Girls' Basketball 1; Model United Notions 2,3 (Chairwoman); Drama 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; IMPRINT 3; Girls' Glee 1; Concert Choir 2.3; Girls' Softball 1,2,3; Chess Club 3
RONALD M. SEARS:
Swimming 1,2; Co-op 3 DAVID SEIBOLD HELEN SELASKY:
Booster Club 1,2,3; Homemaking Club 1,2,3; (attended Benedictine High Junior year only)
Liberal Arts RAYMOND SEPPALA:
Reserve Baseball 1 DAVID SERAFIN:
Liberal Arts VICKI SHAFER:
Ski Club 1,2,3; Drama 1,2,3; Art Club 1,2,3; Cross-Age Teaching 3; A.P. Puppeteers 2,3 CATHY SHANLEY:
Business DEBBIE SHAW BEVERLY SHEPTACK:
Boys' Glee 1 (Accompanist); German Club 2,3 (Secretary, President); Honor Society 1; Concert Choir 2, 3 (Accompanist)
Liberal Arts ANDREW SHOMBERGER:
Swimming 1,2 DAVID S. SIKO:
Business Club 2; Drama 1; Library Assistant 1 MARGARET SILYE:
Washington Club 2; Karate Club 2 BONNIE SIMERLY:
Powder Puff 2; Girls' Glee 1; Girls' Softball 2
KENNETH SIMPSON College Prep;
Ski Club 2 JUDY SIZEMORE:
Business NANCY SKARJUNE:
Business GREGORY CHARLES SKORA:
General DENISE SKOWRON:
Booster Club 2; IMPRINT 3 MICHMAEL SMITH TIM SMITH:
Concert Choir 2,3; (attended Toylor Center High in Junior year)
CAROL ANN SNODGRASS:
Future Nurses' Club 1; Ski Club 1; Washington Club 2; Girls' Gymnastics 2; Honor Society 2,3; Library Assistant 2; Le Cercle Francois 2,3
Ski Club 1; Band 1,2; Girls' Basketball 1; Drama 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2.3; G.A.A. 1; Girls' Softball 1
ROGER A. SPERLBAUM JAMES L. SPIERS:
Swimming 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; Soccer 1,2
RONALD R. SPONSKY.
Soccer 1,2,3 (Captain); Gymnastics 1
Ski Club 1; Swimming 3; Varsity Club
Business PAM STANN:
Business MIKE STAPLETON:
Gymnastics 1 DAN STAUDER General;
Business Club 1; Ski Club 1; Art Club 2
Business Club 3; Homemoking Club 1; Ski Club 1; Student Council 3; Powder Puff 2,3; Girls' Basketball 1; Library Assistant 3; Senior Class Treasurer SANDRA STEELE:
Student Council 3; Kangaroo Kourt 3; Powder Puff 1; Girls' Basketball 1; Drama 2; Girls' Glee 1,2; Concert Choir 3 MARK T. STEWART DIANE MARIE STOL:
Majorettes 1,2 ALISON R. STONE:
Ski Club 3; Band 1,2,3 (Treasurer); Powder Puff 3; Drama 1,2,3; Le Cercle Francois 1 MARY STORCK:
Drama 2,3; Art Club 2; Girls' Chorus 2; A.P. Puppeteers 2,3 JOSEPH STRAUB:
Ski Club 1,2,3; Tennis 2 JOHN STRECK:
Football 1 NANCY STREIT:
Ski Club 1,2; Aquettes 1,2,3 (Treasurer, President); Le Cercle Francois 2
CAROL R. STROMBERG:
College Prep LAWRENCE STRUGALA:
Ski Club 1
College Prep CAROL ANN STYS:
Homemaking Club 3; Ski Club 1,2; Powder Puff 2,3; Nursing Co-op 3 DONNA SUHEY:
Band 1,2,3; Honor Society 1,2 ROGER SWEETS:
Ski Club 2,3; Student Council 2,3 (Prosident); Powder Puff Cheerleader 2,3; Drama 2; Tennis 2,3; Allen Club 1,2,3; German Club 2,
3; Honor Society 1,2,3; Model United Nations 3 SUE SWIES:
Ski Club 1; Powder Puff 1;
Aquettes 1; Nursing Co-op 1 MARILYN SZYMANSKI:
Booster Club 1,- Spanish Club 1 JERALD L. TAMAS:
Le Cercle Francois 1 GARY TARALA:
Ski Club 1,2; Student Council 1,2; German Club 1 TIMOTHY TATAR:
College Prep MADONNA G. TAVERNIER:
Student Council 1; Powder Puff 1, 2,3; Girls' Gymnastics 1; G.A.A. 1; Art Club 1; Le Cercle Francois 1 BRADLEY TAYLOR:
Honor Society 2,3; IMPRINT 3; Le Cercle Francois 1,2,3 (President) EARL M. TAYLOR:
Ski Club 1; Wrestling 1 CINDY TEALL BOB TELL:
Business,-Gymnastics 1,2 LARRY TEMPLIN:
Ski Club 1,2,3; Allegro Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3
ROXANNE (TERMINE) BURGESS:
Girls' Glee 1,2,3 (Treasurer)
Booster Club 1; Ski Club 1,2; Washington Club 2; Library Assistant 1 JACKIE THEECK:
Booster Club 2; Ski Club 3; Powder Puff 3; Girls' Softball 2; Spanish Club 2,3 (transferred from Holy Redeemer High)
Future Nurses' Club 1; Ski Club 1; Washington Club 2; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Girls' Glee 1; Karate Club 1 SHERYL THRASH KIM TILLEN JOANN TIMA PATRICK TISOT:
Industrial Arts MICHAEL ROBERT TOMES:
Student Council 1,2; Varsity Club 1,2,3; Football 1; Golf 3; Honor Society 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3 TONY TONKERY:
Varsity Club 1,2.3; Footboll 1,2.3 (Captain); Wrestling 1; Track 1 MARIA KRISTINE TORO:
Required (Exchange student from Equador)
College Prep,-Ski Club 1,2,3; JAGUAR JOURNAL 3; Dramo 1.2,3; Art Club 2; A.P. Puppeteers 1,2,3; F.T.A. 1; Cross-Age Teacher 3 JAN TOTH College Prep;
Washington Club 1; Girls' Basket-
Powder Puff 3 LINDA TRAHEY DON TRIONFI:
Student Council 1; Varsity Club 1,
2.3 (President); Boys' Glee 1; Football 1.2,3; Basketball 1; Track 1,
Industrial Arts GARY TRZASKOS:
Le Cercle Francois 1 VICKI TUBA:
Ski Club 1,2,3; Girls' Basketball 1; ■Powder Puff 2,3 KATHY TUMMINELLO CYNTHIA J. TUPANCY:
Ski Club 1; Powder Puff 2; Art Club 1,2
Ski Club 1; Varsity Club 1,2; Football 1,2.3, Basketball 1; Golf 1; German Club 1,2; Track 1 JOHN UNGER:
Ski Club 3; Student Council 2,3; Drama 2,3; A.P. Puppeteers 2,3 PAMELA UREN:
Business Club 1,2,3; Powder Puff 2; Girls' Gymnastics 1; Girls' Basketball 1; G.A.A. 1; Aquettes 1,2, 3 (Secretary); Girls' Chorus 1,2 KENNETH LAWRENCE VALANTY: General;
Ski Club 3; Spanish Club 2; Library Assistant 3 RON VANAUSDOLL:
Ski Club 3; Student Council 3; Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Ten-nis 2,3; Allen Club 1,2,3 (President) SUE VANHALA:
Ski Club 1,2; Band 2,3; Honor Society 2,3
College Prep LAURA VanSTEENKISTE:
Future Nurses' Club 1; Ski Club 1,2,3; Washington Club 2; JAGUAR JOURNAL 3; Drama 1,2,3; German Club 1.2; Art Club 2,3; Girls' Glee
DENNIS VARNER DIANE VARTABEDIAN:
Student Council 1,2,3; Drama 1; Spanish Club 3 (Treasurer); Honor Society 2,3 JOHN VARVATOS:
Ski Club 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1,2 GREG VENTRESS:
Gymnastics 1 CAROL VERES:
Ski Club 1,2,3 (Ski Patrol, Vice-President); Powder Puff 2; Aquettes 2
Business TERRY VINCO:
Business JOE VITALE:
Ski Club 1 CHERYL VOLANTE:
Future Nurses' Club 1; Booster Club 2,3; Ski Club 2; Girls' Gymnastics 2,3 (Vice-President); Spanish Club 2 SHERRIE WADDELL:
Business PENNY WAGNER:
Business GREGORY R. WALL:
Cross-Age Teacher 3 RENEE WALLIS:
Booster Club 1,2,3; Powder Puff
2,3 (Captain); Girls' Basketball 1, 2,3; Girls' Softball 1,2,3; Drama 2, 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; IMPRINT 3 TIMOTHY L. WALTER:
Library Assistant SHEILA WARREN WILLIAM WARZOCHA MICHAEL WATERS:
Ski Club 1,2,3 (President); Washington Club 1; Boys' Glee 1,2; Drama 1 GREG WEAVER:
Ski Club 2,3; Varsity Club 3; Basketball 1,3; Golf 3; Tennis 3; Soccer 1 MARICE WEHR:
Varsity Club 1,2; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3 JAY WENDEL KAREN WERNER:
Business CHERYL L. WEST:
Business Club 1; Homemaking Club 1; Girls' Glee 1 SHERRY M. WESTFALL:
Business Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Aquettes 2; Girls' Glee 2 ROBERT WHEELER:
General GERALYN WICKERS:
Business Club 3; Washington Club 2
Girls's Basketball 1; Girls' Softball 1
SHARON WIGGINTON ROBERTA WILKINSON:
Ski Club 1, Allen Club 1,2,3 (Vice-President); Honor Society 2,3 DEBORAH WILLIAMS NANCY WILLIAMS:
Ski Club 1,2,3 (Ski Patrol); Powder Puff 2,3; Girls' Basketball 1; Swimming Timer 1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 1 KEVIN WISE:
Varsity Club 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2.3 (Captain); Spanish Club 1,2 SHELLEY WISE:
Student Council 1; JAGUAR JOURNAL 3; Powder Puff 2.3; Girls' Basketball 1; Art Club 2,3; IM-
PRINT 3; Swimming Timer, Announcer 1,2,3
JULIANNE WO JCI EC HOW SKI: College Prep;
Powder Puff 3; Honor Society 1,2, 3; Swimming Timer 1 KAREN WOLAS:
Booster Club 2,3; Ski Club 1,2; Powder Puff 2,3; Girls' Basketball 2; Honor Society 1,2,3; IMPRINT 3 COLLEEN WOODS:
Ski Club 1,3; Student Council 1,2; Homecoming Court 3; Swimming Cheerleader 2,3; Powder Puff 2,3; Girls' Basketball 1; Allen Club 1. 2,3; Honor Society 1; Swimming Timer 1; Girls' Chorus LAIRD WREFORD:
Honor Society 1 KEVIN WYNN:
General MARIA YAKIMA:
Band 1.2,3 (Vice-President); Spanish Club 2,3 (Secretory); Honor Society 1,2,3 (Secretary)
Boys' Glee 1,2
Ski Club 1,2,3; German Club 2; Soccer 1,2 JAMES YAROSZ GAIL YATES:
Girls' Gymnastics 1,2 LARRY ZAJAC:
Varsity Club 2,3; Football 1,2 BOB ZANARDELLI:
Track 2,3; Cross Country 3 MIKE ZANTOP:
Boys' Glee 1; Swimming 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1 ROBERT ZIEGLER:
College Prep DENNIS ZLONKEVICZ:
Ski Club 1,2,3; Wrestling 2 JOHN ZOLYNSKY:
Ski Club 1,2,3; Varsity Club 1.2,3; Track 1,2,3 (Captain); Cross Country 1
Varsity Club 1,2,3; JAGUAR JOURNAL 3; Football 1; Track 1,
2,3 (Captain); Gymnastics 1; Cross Country 2 CHERYL ZORN
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MR. RAY J. BANDLOW
A. A., B.A., M.A.; Journalism, History, Government, Imprint, Junior Class Sponsor
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B. A., M.A.; Eastern Michigan University Chemistry; Ski Club
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Teachers College, University of Michigan, Social Studies; Assistant Varsity Football Coach, Washington Club
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A. S., B.S.; Henry Ford Community College, Michigan State University; Woodworking
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B. A., M.Ed.; Eastern Michigan University, Wayne State; History
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A. B., S.T.B, MA.; Greenville New York Theological Seminary, University of Michigan, Eastern Michigan University; Special Education, Typing I
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B.S.; Eastern Michigan University, University of Michigan; Business Education
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David Buzz Mark Hoffman
Glenn Byers Carol Hagan
Tom Cadorin Sue Hogancamp
Abby Campau Sally Holley
Jan Casey Bob Hollowell
Judy Chartier Jeanine Horak
Gayle Chwierut Barb Hutchinson
Karen Chwierut Shirley James
Paula Clark Roxanne Jefferies
John Clarke Chris Johnson
Pam Clarke Cindy Johnson
Linda Clawson Kenny Jones
David Cloutier Andrea Kallil
Lynne Coleman Nancy Krammer
Paul Colwell John Kanyo
Debbie Comisso Dave Kaput
Jan Cortis Lisa Kastl
Jeannie Cortis Keith Keller
Dave Cotter Ed Kelly
Laura Cunningham Frank Kelly
Cindy Custer Mark Kerski
Pete Czech Lauren Keseric
Douglas Daivadowski Lynda Keshishian
Gary Daubressee Julie Kilman
Linda Delehant Jeanie Kish
Cathy DeMars Linda Klingler
Donna Demirjian Karen Komraus
Rochelle Demorow Mark Koziol
Jane Denier Karen Kozuh
Paula Dennison Jeff Krentler
Bert DePompolo Glen Kummer
Kathy DeWitt Sandi Kurtjian
Sherrie Disch Brian Kutscher
Gail Dobrik Elmer LeBlanc
Donna Dominczyk Lori LeBlanc
Bonnie Donaldson Randy LeBlanc
Wendy Donnely Donna Lesniowski
Ken Duffy Bob Lewandowski
Mike Draybuck Teri Liening
Greg Dunn Linda Linfoot
Bob Durkee Bob Litner
Jim Ebel Lorna Loglin
Sue Ebel Brian Lott
Mark Edge Nancy Lowe
Kay Egland Beth Lytle
Bill Lytle Danny Shoaf
Michele MacFarlan Christie Short
Linda MacKillop Susan Snodgrass
Liz Maconovich Bev Sokol
Morcee Malek Pam Sordyl
Jack Manard Jill Sryniawski
Carol Mantua Brian Sokol
Pam Marcis Marla Stepanian
Bob Marian Allison Stone
Joyce Marinski Connie Stone
Dave Markovich Mark Stowe
Russ Martineau Diane Stramake
Mary Ann Mantua Joe Straub
Bruce Massey Steve Streck
Sue Matusik Rich Strongman
Jan McComb Roger Sweets
John McElwee David Swisz
Morcee McGuire Janice Swisz
Debbie McLaren Mike Szor
Kim McNair Doug Tasker
Karen Meehan Earl Taylor
Chris Medley Larry Templin
Ricky Mende Jackie Theeck
Karen Meyn Sue Theeck
Kevin Mein Jeff Thibeau
Jim Migliore JoAnn Thomas
Steve Mikoryak Sue Tomes
Bob Miller Linda Tosch
Frank Mochasi Sue Toth
Gary Montrose Vicki Tuba
Michele Mouradian Greg Tupancy
Paula Moylan John Unger
Sherry Muszynski Ken Valan
Bob Nash Mark Valanty
Karen Nixdorf Ron Vanausdoll
Steve O'Leary Tom Vanover
Diana Ollila John Varvatos
Donna Ollila Laura Vansteenkiste
Gary Osborne Carol Veres
Jim Oghanski Mark Vinco
Jerilin Pearson Mike Waters
Bob Peterson Kurt White
Debbie Petrovich Karen Williams
Sandy Petrovich Nancy Williams (12)
Joe Perotta Nancy Williams (11)
Uz Pierantozzi Paul Wojno
Terry Pobursky Colleen Woods
Debbie Pulanski Marko Yaremych
Marie Polder Myra Yockey
Jayne Poorman Christine Zaliagiais
Barb Pretty Dennis Zlonkevicz
Greg Putnam Margaret Zollars
Gail Ramicez Karen Rodriguez
Lori Rea Gilbert Barker
Sharon Reardon Jackie Rodrigruz
Dave Reed Kevin Millner
Kathy Regnier GERMAN CLUB
Robin Regnier Bev Sheptack
Mike Renko Doug Rogell
Richard Tarcia Dorthy Dupuy
Ron Ritchie Sherrie Disch
William Rodehoffer Roger Sweets
Curt Rodemachar Dan Donz
Michaline Romanowski Mike Sassin
Beth Rouse Lorti Ceccorelli
Bonnie Ruehle Debbie Moron
John Ruetz Barb Klopfer
Dan Rutkowski Gail Hawkins
Mike Sabot Annita Chervak
Rose Sanfilippo Gene Horak
Diane Sansone Mark Burye
Donna Saunders Al Bernard
Diane Scarpace Mike McGuire
Marlaine Scheske Carol Hagan
Jeff Schlacht Leslie Hill
Sharon Schlacht Clark Doughty
Cindy Schmittou George Forbes
Gail Schook Dorrell Staley
Vicki Shafer Tom Brandt
VARSITY FOOTBALL CROSS COUNTRY
Brian Lott Jerry Passiak
Frank Mohasci Tom Burton
Don Trionfi Dave Botu
Tony Tonkery Bill Lytle
Bill Umbarger Doug Domurat
Ron Vanausdoll Paul Zolynsky
Leon Goetz Elmer LeBlanc
Dan Ellis Jim Oshanski
Dave Weidenbach Tony Massucci
Bruce Placek Tim Brooks
Rich Jakubiak Tom Agardy
Chuck Amore Mike Sabot
Big John Armelagos Bob Zanardelli
Tom Cadorin Neal Leonard John Ruetz Darrell Staley
Ron Mastropietro SOCCER
Marc Egland Sven Anderson
Gary Baughman Gary Tarpinian
Tim Bencher Jim Bianchi
Joe Arp John Suda
Les Horvath Jim Redden
Craig Staley Mark Kulaw
Tom Zapico Ed Missler
Gil Barker Marcos Dias
Leroy Biork John Bisaro
Paul Colwell Ron Sponsky
Gary Templin Bill Brindley
Alan Chidester Rich Strongman
Tom Eiden Wayne Colasinski
Tom Grundman Rich Misslco
Darrell Knick Jim Knick David Molzan Dennis Eallsowski
Dave Patelczvk GOLF
Paul Ruehl Brad Williams
Walt Ruetz Mike Navoy Greg Weaver Mike Tomes Greg Quintero Gary Oates
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Mark Hershberger
Steve Martel Steve Dyas
Mark Vinco Duncan Ferguson
Mike Rinna Tom Wallace
Gabe Balia Bob Santucci
Pat Lott Ron Oates
Jerry Riley Andy Sarkesian
Dale Weiss Bob Lorincz
John Clarke Ron Leibold
John Dodson Leonard Byrne
Lee Egland Jeff Halvorsen
John Cadorin Tom Humen
John Colder Dave Markovich
Scott Bixler Jeff Bowdell David Paris Gory Osburn
Dan Burke BASKETBALL
Kevin Meyn Tom Agardy
Cliff Popple Jeff Nagy
Mark Walther Dan Burke
Matt Topelian Mike Flood
Schanfeld Tim Beyer
Chris Preieur Dan Kelly
Bill Mis Jim Bearman
Chris Medley Bob Brown
Andy Pleche Leon Goetz
Dan Mrock Jeff Moddock
Jeff McCormack Jim Perry
Louie Marson Kirk Tooley
Gregg Brighton Greg Weaver
Jeff Georges Jeff Bowdell
Brian Fabbri Greg Brighten
Steve Lehecka Rich Carpenter
John Clark Dale Weiss
Glen DesJardin Steve Dyas
Tom Spindler Greg Messer
Mat Topelian Jim Speirs
Jeff McCormack Mike Treuter
Mike Gross Marc Paglia
Bob Lewandoski Bill McMillen
Jeff Georges Kurt Kachaterian
Darrell Knick Greg Gervasi Jim Gerhardt John Dodson
GYMNASTICS Duncan McKenzie Pat McParland Gary Cook
Mike Zantop WRESTLING
Archie Varady (Duck) Kevin Wise
Greg Putnam Gary Jones
Jim Pet Joe Arp
Jim Ballantyne Bob Frassito
Neal Carrol Brian Sturgil
Lee Egland Chris Medley
Jim Murray Bob Taylor
Gary Kulaw Bob Ruetz
Chuck Hale Bob Feller
More Hoffman Big John Armelogas
Dan Rutkowski Little John Armelogas
Kim Ricket Ross Malcolm
Gary Baughman Rick Hastings
Tim Brooks Bill Howard
Tony Masucci Gary Templin
Gary Tarpinian James Bosek
Mike Tomes Ray Swidan
Darrell Lupo Dennis Zlonkevicz
Bruce Massey Mike Sassin
Matt DeAgostino Gerry Jones
Mark Carter Mike Gray
John Freshwater Eric Breitfeld
John Traka George Broderick
Russ Taylor Ron Krohn
Gary Stasie Jim Rekuc
Steve Sermach Sammy Premtaj
Mike Mooradian Gordon Hand
Ray Malos Steve James
Mike Desztich Brian Fabbri
Joe Bobovski Ray Fredericks
Don Fowler Mike Kirunchyk
Ken Fisher Mark Edge Doug Domurat Kenny Jones Tom Greegs Chris Medley Ray Malos Dave Constantakis Gerry Cescauto Dennis Bourdlais Matt Barkhous Steve Palczynski
Bob Achotz Dennis Carter Bob Walls Mark Hershberger Mike Zantop Tom Fox Al Kuroda Tom Molesky Jim Devitto Pete Dyas John Hensel Mike Hewitt Gary Noel Tom Tatar
170bottom Left: Homemaking Club Bottom Right: Karate Club
172The Graduating Seniors of the Class of 1972.
The Board of Education of Allen Park Public Schools
and the Citizens we represent.
Members of the Board
Arthur Hayes William Danosky Joseph Berry Donald Pretty Marion Mouradian
Clifton Fellows Anthony Rinna
GO PLACIDLY AMID THE NOISE HASTE, REMEMBER WHAT PEACE THERE MAY BE IN SILENCE. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly clearly; and listen to others, even the dull ignorant; they too have their story. Avoid loud aggressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain bitter; for always there will be greater lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans. Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time. Exercise caution in your business affairs; for the world is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals; and everywhere life is full of heroism.
Be yourself. Especially, do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity disenchantment it is perennial as the grass. Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth. Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do not distress yourself with imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees the stars, you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. Therefore be at peace with God, whatever your labors aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your soul. With all its sham, drudgery broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy.
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Dr. Howard J. Sanders
6601 Park Avenue
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177Allen Park Carpet Cleaners
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from The Chalet Takeout
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Park at Cleveland
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9121 ALLEN RD. DU 3-2003
ALLEN PARK. MICH
SHEll LUBRICATION, ACCESSORIES MOTOR TUNE-UP SHELL TIRES AUTO SUPPLIES
Service Is Our Business
183McEvoys Formal Shop
6842 Allen Road 383-0440
Rental — Sales Anything from Blue Jeans to Full Dress Tuxedos
184The Viking Shop
28239 Plymouth Road Livonia, Michigan Phone: 425-0520
A complete selection in the newest of Cross-country skis plus the best of. ..
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Agent for North American Van Lines
7740 Gratiot Ave. Detroit, Mich. 48213 921-1035
4141 Schaefer Dearborn, Mich. 48126 582-8100
1900 Stephenson Hwy. Troy, Mich. 48084 689-2090
Ecorse Road When it comes
Barber Shop Allen Park to banking.
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Near Cortland 7627 Allen Road all you need!
We Offer Expert Razor Cutting Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed Monday 381-5618 Jacquelin Collins Realtor w
928-9821 Member F.D.I.C.
186Allen Park Tile Linoleum Co.
Commercial ft Residential
19310 Ecorse Road
Allen Park. Michigan
Allen Park Federation of Teachers
Wishes to Congratulate the Senior Class of 1972
T. E. VANAUSDOLL
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Ross Allen Shoes
Downrivers Leading Independent Shoe Store 15451 Southfield Allen Park WA. 8-4390
Detroit Bolt and Nut Company
Division of Whittaker Corporation
7706 ALLEN ROAD ALLEN PARK. MICH.
FORMS FOOD FOR THE WORLD Holly Sales 8 Service of Detroit Company
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W. C. BoydThe Teachers of the Allen Park Education Association offer our sincere wishes to the class of '72. Fare you well.
Allen Part Education Association
Member of Michigan Education Association
188Park Athletic Supply
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16173 Wick Road AlUn Paxk, Michigan
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Anderson-Huebner Lumber and Supply Co.
6533 Allen Road
Allen Park, Michigan
'"Your dollar buys more at Philmore" WILLIAM A. SMILEY Sid's Mobil Service
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8002 ALLEN ROAD DUnkirk 2-9730
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6817 Allen Road
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Allen Park, Michigan 48101
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6588 Allen Road
Allen Park, Mich. 48101 Dunkirk 1-2240
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190Best Wishes Seniors from the Class of 1974
191N thunderbowl lanes
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Dr. Richard G. Mackey Dr. Charles T. Armstrong
Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 10 to 7
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Allen Park, Mich. 48101
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Every Car Waxed
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Invitations and Accessories Wide Selection — Fast Service 382-3636
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Allen Park Lodge 2194
BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS
Spud's Mobil Service
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193Congratulations to the Class of 1972 From Next Year's Seniors—Class of 1973
194DU 6-3780 Retail
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Open till midnight
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LINCOLN PARK. MICHIGAN
Kenneth W. Pankey Ottie A. Pankey
Lademan Insurance Agency
"Just Insurance Since 1947"
6535 Park Avenue Allen Park, Michigan 48101
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Fun and Recreation Billiards Ping Pong
Jack’s Cycle Sport
18 Tables Open 7 Days 15636 Southfield Allen Park
Schwinn Dealer DU 2-1990 6543 Park Avenue
Allen Park, Mich.
195From the Seniors of 1972
1%To Marc Egland
Never Say Goodbye To A Friend
Never say goodbye to a friend Goodbye fills the heart with emptiness and drains the mind of summer thoughts.
Never say goodbye to a friend, rather smile and part slowly certain of a future reunion.
Never say goodbye to a friend for the bitter finality of goodbye shatters the billowy sunshine of dreams.
Never say goodbye to a friend
True friends part only for a time
and then meet again in some new dream.
Never say goodbye to a friend
Goodbye lingers far from the smiles of hello,
painfully near to misty eyes of memory.
—author unknownStudent Council . . . Workshop in Democracy
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Photographers: Jeff Destrampe, Brian Kutscher,
Kathie Scotta, Bradley Taylor.
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