Anchor Bay High School - Anchor Yearbook (New Baltimore, MI)

 - Class of 1961

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Kamischke 4 C1 ontenta Xgi Students .... .... 3 i ,., 1 4' ' 'i . if , , "': H 5 , -P51 I Z ' ge i' M? QW? X W if X N t J t N it ' ff ' "K X ff' . Sports . . . . Advertisements I 1'x , Lf I 1 Classwork ..... .... 2 7 . . . . . . . .41 Activities . . ..... 53 fainting with Pride 73 fGJaJC04,L07'lJ7Q-L07 More than 500 y and Girls Compose the Tar 314,71 it mf wf' Q, , - fb! ff! wf MMM Q! f s Student Jgocly 1 ' f' ,. K By and large, the A.B.H.S. student body is a fine group and one of which we are proud and happy to be a part. The following pages picture our student population. 1 ff QW! 6' ,QI ' 57' 4 , www ,ffif9rf" f" v f-rib 1 gi . 113, aw Dfw .f.7!','f ff . 155,-'J 4- ? ' ffy'-'J 5735? ' "" 75' ! f! fmWf3V' ffwfffr, W" y , ' ,fjfw Muay hz, V6 X14 Mliczjf, . , 7 'f ,,ff,f4" Q77 ,f4J'e3fi'4h"" ' ' ,.,, 1...-5:-n1:':f7Xf'x 1 ji' ,I D ,ec JV ! "X Q" 7 Ill 0114 20110 eal' 1 1 L - P5 if", FK- 'Wi Q45 nr! 42" VA LEDICTORIAN David Brockma.n 3.64 Jacqueline Denis 1 3.18 I'l0I' CDF!!! KK SALUTATORIAN Thomas Williamson 3.44 1 'TETTW ' 33 ' 3 3 33 4 M - ff 1 1. ' X if , if XML ' ' -V 24 ,ub V John Funk - .'ff'f-P Y 1 316 Q OJ.. AJLVKRLJ1.. Nancy Lee Robinson 3.11 .ff- xi ' Paul Horton -' 3 .03 .ig Ki. Carolyn Thomas Frank Croskey 3 O3 3.00 L mivrs ' .l E'-IFN. 4 Senior President Edward Bissell talks to the other officers about class activities. They are, sitting, Vice-President Carolyn Thomas, Secretary Dianne Humrich, Treasurer Betty Brown. Standing are Student Council Representatives Kay Ann Bowers, Tom Williamson, and Frank Croskey. I tie? .IN Members of the senior play cast: front Nancy Robinson on the class Home- coming float "state of plenty!! 5 row - Jacqueline Denis, Nancy Robinson, Kay Ann Bowers, Dianne Humricli, Sharon Burgess, Priscilla Szydlak, Kathy Krause, Kay Miller, Beverly Babcock. Back row -Carol Buckingham, Roy Scott, David Brockman, Anton Westveld, Paul Horton, Ed Bissell, John Funk, Judy Trinklein, Mr. Edward Ethridge, director. CLARK ALEXANDER BRUCE AURAND WARREN ALEXANDER DONALD ARNOLD Varsity Club 2-4, Presi- dent 3g Junior Playg Senior Playg Football 2-4, All Conference First Team 4, All Blue Water Area Second Team 4g Basketball Manager 4g Tars' Outlook Staff 4. ROBERT ARTMAN Choir 25 Trip Club 3,4. 6 or URL Ala in in.- BEVERLY BABCOCK Choir 1, 23 Senior Pla Trip Club 3, 4. - EDWARD BISSELL Junior Playg Senior Pl Class King 3g Class Pre dent 4g Varsity Club 2 President 4g Student Cor cil Treasurer 43 Tra Manager 35 Trip Club 3 Cadet Teacher 3,4g Bask- ball 45 Football 2-4. KATHY BOCK Junior Playg Trip Club!! Choir. Y ANN BOWERS hoir 1, 2, G.R.A. , irls' Basketball 2, 3, mior Play, Senior Play, Ludent Council 3, 4, Secre- ,ry 3, Tars' Outlook Staff HARON FLOYD PAVID BROCKMAN 'rip Club 3, 4, Junior Play, enior Play. ETTY BROWN hoir 1, 2, Trip Club 3, 4, ffice 1, 4, Class Trea- urer 4, Class Queen for omecoming 2, Girls' asketball 1, Tars' Outlook f Staff 4, Co-Treasurer 4. KAREN YORK G.R.A. 3, 4,Vice-president 4, Girls' Basketball 2-4, Tars' Outlook Staff 3, 4, Choir 2, 4, Trip Club 3, 4. CAROL BUCKTNGHAM Choir 1, 2, Trip Club 3, 4, Tars' Outlook Staff 2, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Office 4, G.R.A. 2-4, An- chor Staff 4. SHARON BURGESS G.R.A. 2-4, Tars, Outlook Staff 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Senior Play, Choir 1, 2, Girls' Basketball 2, Trip Club 3, 4, Office 4, Cheer- leading 1. BETTY CARPENTER Trip Club 3, 4, Tars' Out- look Staff 3, 4, G.R.A. 1-4, Library 1, 3, 4,, FHA 1, Choir 2, Glee Club 2. 7 ELAINE CAYLOR G.R.A. 1-4, Treasurer 2, President 3, 4, Tars' Out-1 look Staff 1-4, Ass't. Edi- tor 1, 2, Editor 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3, Trip Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3,4, Girls' Basketball 2-4, Office 4, Cadet Teaching 4, Ex- change Student 3, Christ- mas Ball Court 4, Choir 2, Library 1, Anchor Editor 4. BARBARA CLAEYS Choir 2, Tars' Outlook Staff 3, 4, Trip Club 3, 4, G.R.A. 4, Library 4. AL CO LPA ERT FRANK CROSKEY Trip Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Football 2-4, Class Secretary 1, Stu- dent Council 4. 1i-'A""?Sl5. 1:-I9 "Win Al JACQUELINE DENIS Cadet Teaching 3, 4, Cho 2, Library 2, G.R.A. Y Trip Club 3, 4, Tars' Ou 3 look Staff 2-4, Secretai I 3, 4, Junior Play, Senic Play. LEVON DERDERIAN Trip Club 3, 4, Band Cadet Teaching 4. to-5, hs .,1 N , BARBARA EISENHARDT Choir 1, 2, Trip Club 3, Class Queen 1. Q X l DIANN ENGEL 1 Choir 1, 2, 3, Trip Cl' l 3, 4, Office 3, 4, Libra ANETTE FOOR oir 1, 2, Office 3, Trip ub 3, 4. HN FUNK ootball 1-4, All Confer- ce First Team 4, Sec- d Team 3, All Blue Wa- r Area First Team 4, aseball 2-4g Track 2, 35 arsity Club 1-4, Presi- nt 25 Junior Play, Sen- r Play, Trip Club 3, 45 ars' Outlook Staff 45 Nat- nal Honor Society 3, 45 udent Council 1, 2, Class cretary 2. AVID GARDNER laseball 3, Choir 3. IILTON GAVE aseball 2-43 Varsity Club 543 Basketball Manager 35 hoir 3. fre Q-rf' Q vig., GLADYS HARRIS Cheerleading lg Girls' Bas- ketball 1,2g Trip Club 3,45 Choir 1-4, G.R.A. 2-43 Class Homecoming Queen 3, Christmas Ball Court 4. ARNOLD HELLER Football 2-4, All Confer- ence First Team 3, Sec- ond Team 4, All Blue Wa- ter Area First Team 3, 45 Basketball 3, 43 Trip Club 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 4. PAUL HORTON Library 1, 2, Choir 3, 43 Senior Play. DIANNE HUMRICH Cheerleading 1, 2, Captain lg Majorette 43 Concert Band 4, Choir 1, 2, Ex- change Student 3g Senior Play, Homecoming Court 4, Christmas Ball Queen 45 G.R.A. 3, 4,Secretary 4g Class Secretary 45 An- chor Staff 43 Cadet Tea- cher 33 Office 2, 4, Trip Club 3, 4g Tars' Outlook 1-4, Ass't. Editor 3, Edi- tor 2, 4. 9 HARRY ISAACS ROBERT KINGINS Baseball 3, 45 Tennis 2-4' Varsity Club 3, 45 Trip Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2. KAREN KLEIN G.R.A. 1, 2, Tars' Outlook Staff 1, Junior Play, Choir 15 Trip Club 3, 45 Library 1, Office 4. DONALD KOENIG 10 T' WALTER KOZAK KATHY KRAUSE G.R. A. 1-33 Junior P Senior Play, Tars' Out Staff 4, choir 1, Trip cl 3, 45 Anchor Staff 4. VERRA KROETSCH Trip Club 3, 4, Choir II LEONARD LEADER Varsity Club 2-43 Foot: 2-4, Basketball 2, 3g C 3. WIN LEVJIS , SHARON NEIGEBAUER d 1-4g Football 3. ILORIA MARCERO R.A. 1-4g Secretary 23 easurer 35 Choir 2-4g 'rls' Basketball 2. ARY MEREDITH Y MILLER nior Playg Trip Club 3, 4g oir 2-4. 1 A 5' ,.?"49Q 1. J I-Q 1 Q? Qi- Choir 1,23 Trip Club 3, 4. ERNESTINE PERKINS Choir 1, 2, 45 Trip Club 3, 4g Class Secretary ls G.R.A. - Varsity Club Homecoming Queen 4. DONALD PETTIBONE Trip Club 3, 4. JOHN PLANCKAERT Trip Club 4. 11 KATHRYN POSAK Choir 1-4, Trip Club 3, 4. T A HAROLD RABINE Trip Club 3, 4. MICHELLE RADAWEC DONNA RINGLE G.R.A. 1-4, Choir 1-3. 12 R :A NANCY ROBINSON Band 1, Student Counci National Honor Society 2 Junior Playg Senior Pl Class Secretary 2, 35 T Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, MARY SCHOONMAKER G.R.A. 43 Girls' Basketb 45 Pep Club 25 F.H.A. Trip Club 4. JANET SCOTT G.R.A. 1, Choir 1,23 Fa ion Show Chairman 45 u chairman 2, 3, Trip C 3, 4. ROY SCOTT ARIAN SMITH ir 1, 2, Trip Club 3, 4, Erary 3, 4, Office 3, 4, chor Staff 4. DBERT STANEK iotball 2-4, Captain 4, Est Valuable Player 4, Conference First Team All Blue Water Area rst Team 4, Baseball 4, Christmas Ball King Choir 2, Trip Club 3. ISCILLA SZYDLAK I-ls' Basketball 3, Jun- Playg Senior Play, ueerleading 4, Trip Club 4, Choir 2, Class Queen t Cass Tech-Dramatics b 1, Radio Speech Club. ROLYN THOMAS .A. 1, 2, Band 1, Tars' look Staff 2, 4, Girls' ketball 2-4' Class sident 3, National or Society 3, 4, Junior y. MARILYN TOMLINSON G.R.A. 1-4, Spanish Club 1, Trip Club 3, 4, Future Nurses Club 3, Coronation Ball Queen 3, Homecoming Queen 4, Tars' Outlook Staff 4, Jets Club 4, Secre- tary 4, Anchor Staff 4, Cadet Teaching 4. JUDY TRINKLEIN G.R.A. 1, Choir 1, 2, Glee Club 2, Trip Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play. DANIEL VERVAECKE DANIEL WATROUS 13 GARRY WEBB Library 1, 25 Trip Club 45 Jets Club 45 NHHS Science Club 2, 3. ANTON WESTVELD Junior Playg Senior Playg Football 3, 45 Trip Club 3, 45 Varsity Club 2-4. GAIL WILBUR Junior Playg . . . , ice 35 Trip l 3 X Mlm" 4, nyf 14 l Qian 'FTP' SENIORS NOT PICTUR ED Sandra Britten Frank Constantine Ward Diehl George Rattenbury Sandra Rattenbury ROBERT WILLIAMSON Football 2-45 All Conf ence First Team 45 Blue Water Area Fi' Team45TripClub3,45V sity Club 1-4, Treasu 3, Vice-president 45 Q dent Council President National Honor Society 3, Tars' Outlook Staff 4, Tr' surer 45 Class Treasur 1, Vice-president 35 Baa ball 1-4. THOMAS WILLIAMSON Football 2-45 All Confi ence Second Team 35 Baz ball 1-45 Trip Club 3, President 3, 45 Vars Club 1-45 Secretary 3, Student Council 2-45 Vi president 3, 45 Junior P11 Class President 15 N ional Honor Society 2 President 3, 4. WAYNE WINTER Football 2-45 Cadet Tea ing 4. W xx 1 i -.. 4, J' b ' -3'1Q3J mf, A ' no Jimi f A 1 p 1 f '15 1 J I ' 1' - , -1 ---- .......... . Q ,A 39 I nr-1 'T 'F-J 'C' u A J , fx f '- ., , ' -1- - ' 'iyrf , R xx f J ' X' "K gigf2?f,.,', 1 " , A X Q! 9 X, . TJ 1, N . .ye : ' f Q' , I I x Is I '2:'y:.p V ,. ,. -' -I3-12' 744 i n . -rl Q- I, . 1 A U 1 -xii. -.,, E J!- I nl". ww ' ,,-'ff f f'F75,f " ' ,'ff" F.::-'-9-11 - V - . 5 -I ,Iva -ftfihr V ! L ' 1 47 "'-,1AQ-??i'ihs- ' 4'-w N wwf' 21- , . .Zes,1f1H3+."1 -TQ 'SS'-iyq' -Z HC ' 1 vff --qzufer.-1023, ' fl 1 my Pwws - :' 4 .w'-'-'- f"'.'-i1".:v ,H-Lf. 5 .3 -. ,V Q- .+,-1-, 4.9 -. . 4 L r . . X . ff? 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'Q-Y.,5::,f:ii I h L 1: -"lf' X J R, Lam A7 1 'S 2 rin 'A ' ,J ' -I ' ' 11 .Q ij uniora Sandra Ass elin John Barry Cheryl Baumgarten Judy Bertrand Stan Biebuyck Judy Braga Janice Burns 3: -3- 5- v " Lg, - N j A if ' I I fl . - r ri " ' J' Raymond Carr Robert Carswell Nancy Dunlap Kathy Edgecomb ' Henry Endebrock Jerry Fols ke William Fox Duane Gave Edward Gayeski Margaret Gillett Kathy Glied ff , ' ' N e- 1 f A "' " Dennis Edney jf: Aix!! vi I Valerie Ellis I 1 I :ix 353.5951 H V ,, ri T J ' 367' '63 kt Fl'-6- f-5 ta .JVQ maxi' Q ' it 11 ug L ii If 'C l" T't 1 J K Xfif P Q-'A ",' Q I I -, -- X' ff- fi Forest Godin Ralph Hellebuyck 3' 5- J, 1: up ,,, 'ij ,F fr Larry Horton va' E, 'W 'K " -' ' Richard Humphrey gg t A .,.. 1 V Timothy Jagmin -U 'ef Darlene Kaherl P e,, 'M u A. s-. ., Q, A ' 1: Qt Q I X ,K Q ffl Ron Kardas Edward Keding Larry Kensington Kathy Konnecke Fred Kops on Matthew Korbeck tl 16 v new JAN: 5 V ' I n 7 gnu Junior- queen, Mary Striber, on the 'X class prize-winning "Michigan's l i U A " ew, 1- D birthday cake" homecominglfloat. , ,A P I 31' ,QQ g. t . j A Y Il :ffl V 'rl' 1,41 Kucharski xy , ,gr Larry It 1 ,f x J A Lovell '.,, .W , s ,N .1 . xy A "Q - X X ,Q 5- McCulloch ' ' an ' J. . ' ' xx- ff 'ft it ' McGregor ' --' . ' ' -3 ' in 4, 5-, ' " -Q Mead - X X " P 'K I l Meldrum X , -X f If ?E I ' P' vars, 'r,' ' f David Menges fl . sandra Meredith f "i X ,W J Nan Merritt f ,T R 'P it 5- ff " P W' 5. '-P 3 Jesse Messina fl , gy 5, 3 LQ, :F John Nichols " K. j 1 My J, I Patrick O'Grady K R lg 3 -i I. XI: Oppat R X ,, 'Fe ' J M"'A If sw , Otto f -HMM, ' A' ' Pagel til 1 . R 1.. I, I: gh V 'R L-. ,R .Q Palmer v v Qi' -, L, Paull PM ' 12:41 -fl 3 LL J yy .P Presutti '- ,A l ji f A. I A , , Reynolds A fl?" in HJ' fyfgifl l A-l-, il? ' r f? if f' ,Lf if Phyllis Rivard 1 John Russell Robert Selley -3. Q ,I ' Barbara Shaw . , K5 5 ' ff 5 ' Sandra Shipley ' 'f LQ, . gf, Mike Stadler X r I A m e . u " We J Mary Ann Stanek A l J Q W I .gi Linda Stermann ui J ll Mary Striber W , V.: 5 ' A V ' ab f- y A? f. 25 f.. T5 Cheryl Thomas ' -N 4 ' ' 1 fi, ,P , Q, I y Larry Vallee U ,f L ' W , 7A 0' ndrew Watches ly, , 7 j .X j , wfff? "T - - . g1q,:1""7. ' ii 4? fy .' -1- ,fir r,',', i lchard Wmter A , ' f',-'ii-1f12-' X ' f-'2"i5' .iff 2 '15 Sophomore class officers were, left to right, standing- Richard Miller, Presidentg Carol Caylor and Joan York, Student Council Representativesg sitting-Dennis Hall, Vice-Presidentg Sally Kuchenmeister, Secretaryg Dorothy Schnoor, Treasurer. If' , I, L ww. il, Q na K- .rf- .mv-ng, ' 4 -I-5 ' t 3,931 'A-F? fa. 1 "' p i V 1 5, 'CZ ' il, MY, ' lfyff L ' f mimi, m IH f I L . '4 05" if ' e'f"' -an-ll'!"N .key ,,,,. - if ,i v -. i ,. .aa-fag x lg A 'Sf H35 ,, .1 .9 've' .- - 0 are ma , Q 'AT fm ai. 5, f . ., I . .an 1 1 Soplzomorea 1 . It .3 Lavine Alexander 'J "' ' A E lmer A rtman 'ag'-' ' V., -., 'X 4? I, -I -f .Q ..- - . , f p- A- J w 'Wh if R3-fan X-. ..- '-.Z -,,. a ' , D. ' 1 i 'L Y -L ff, 'wx ,-Q K .fa-4,-,. 1 ls WM I 1. Q 3 yi si W M ru ' I ,ee cl 'J V -K Ha- 11' 5 4 3' .M -s ,J '3 - 1 Av 4 'T' 'gd' . -- . Uh. 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Folske Judy Foor Thomas Ford William Gibs Dennis Gies Linda Gietze Brent Gilbert Barbara Gill Sandra Glazi Robert Glied Allen Godin William Gony Kathy Gorsk' Nancy Green Cecil Haggar Dianne Hassi Patricia Hen Gayle Hicks Lawrence Ho DeeA nna Jac Freshmen "Michigan sweethearts' were Jill Merritt, Susan Alford, Dianne Hassi Mahn, Judy Foor, and Gayle Hicks Qld' -f" MarcT ley Kardas sye Kennedy lene King nne Klocke ry LeRay Mahn cy Maliniz-Lk lette Martin hlon McCaleb bara McGregor Merritt 1 Meyers y Moos old Mundt hleen O'Donne11 olvn Pfieffer a Presutti e Privaloff nardo Ramales ert Ribarsky mas Russell 1 Schudlich ryl Schuster Shanks cy Shattuck an Snyder ryl Sparger rion Stoner rles Strait es Thomas es Torney Underhill 'rley Vineski lliam Vardy ne Webb drea Welsh f Wheeler ryJo Wilbur ry Winter nnis York 21 g, Susan Snyder, Lila erry Jagmin 'r .'f,,F.:x ii- .4 w . 1- PQI. s " I E gr' I i I X A I .g v 19 ,- ,. F. ...,-f .Jil -- ,M X. 4. . 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V AP' '12 yi- n Linda Barry Nanna Benedict Michael Boyd Judy Braun Craig Brockman Suzann Burkhart Michael Carswell Cheryl Carter Michael Charbeneau David Corbin Charles Croskey Lynn DeBoer Vaughn Derderian Dennis DeWulf Barbara Dolins ky Mary Anna Dye Linda. Fairbanks Sharon Frantz Patricia Froh Stanley Gadows ki Jeannine Geidel Larry Gies Joseph Haars Dwight Harms Printha Hargis Penny Harrington Patricia Haynes James Hellebuyck Karen Heller Sandra Hills 22 I' . .a 6- Jean Marcero Treasurer Cynthia Jarvis Karl Kandler Kathy Kandler Larry Kandler Patricia Karasch Sharon Kardas David Kroenke Paula Linkswiler Judy Marsack Marilyn Moos Nancy Muldowney Richard Newton Randy Noble James O'Grady Kenneth Pettibone Robert Royall Peggy Rose Patrick Roush Sandra Shaw William Sink Donna Somers Karen Somers Sharon Spikes Sherry Spilak Lauralee Stevens Karen Teller Brenda Tomtishen Margaret Ver Vaecke Linda Waite Fay Wheeler 23 -KU gf?" 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Steven Schmidt Julee Benedict J-20k FOl1I'Hi6I' PhY11iS Naldrett Mifihael BUTT Student Council R epr es entative President Vice-Pres ident Secretary Treasurer P Melanie Alexander lb ,,, . B Eileen Barr , 'M 'fra " Wayne Baumgart 1 A 1 I , f J E ' , 5 Og Bonnie Baurhenn 4, ,a " 2 ' if-' -1-ff Q a ff -s W- V .. -' r- 1' David Beindir f N ' gi K gg, l d J f y Nora Beigolit --C -, 1 ' i"f J Roy Bein i f ., , ' 4 Linda Bieske sly' J K ' 1" ', ,?fsH. ifi!' Donald Bocian f - Mmm ' Charles Brainard 5 ' if-Qt, H ""' ' Brian Bricker l 1 , xiZf'3"' 'I z it i I q , Q as A, Lola Bridges ,A 0 " 2 .5 ' W " "" V -v F JW " " ,gl 4 Wave Bristle .13 . ' 1 4-' 5 I 1 ll ' "' Buff Butten 4 1 W 'A.' -L ' 1 XR lr -A 'fl' A " ' X' is X f Lim .jg -H . I . . loaf, Mil 4.7 J NZM .l5i:E1::!1 nf, A ffl r tl . V 1 ' . , ii-5 fl . 7. :hu X A hz 3 42, 2 ,9-,uf I 'G-X -v IP'-D ,N ' -3- 19' Hg Y t H , 5, .. ' H ,i - 'L , CL ' at - if 1 -J A' l K V ff" xii" L V 'QL 5 , -. M f Wag: -, ...? ' ,B vw . 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Sec- nd row: Mike Burr, Gary Gies, icky Ramales, Vaughn Derderian, llen Paull, Glenn Kandler, Chuck tuart, Mike Shields, Coach Henrik- on. Terry Keller Richard Kellerman s Douglas Langdon Sebastian Lentine Keith Malis ky Q Richard Marsack X Don McGregor Andrew McRobbie Michael Meldrum Earl Muns on km -is -4 1 ,f I I' fu- -i ' - " u " 3 53' ,J If kt, sv- 19 px re IPI ' "' K4 7? y J! ff' ,f Z! f X f I 'jf my SQ. ' f I , 1 A Linda Neukirch L, fi ', t .Q Susan Newton ... Jim Nicholson Margaret Page Galen Palmer 1 5 :Rs Glenn Kandler .,,.y If ,.- L - - .3 ' , ,..- -, . - . l .1 ' ,f , .',' . A -if I if is . Q ' "QM-'-'fl ff A "vin .117 Y - -.il 1 I .. 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"- K- , ,ng ' ,. .5 'fm' M-K ! K , xi 'F' 31 'K - 'qw iw: '-ne -' X T6 31" N' -f 4 2 'll' A , 1. .fo L I v Q . rv- fm .,- ., 11 ' ,- A 4 . -- -1 , f- -ef f PM ' if M - I l J f f f ,D V ai? il 1 'dx v19 FSE'-if 5--v r,- N A-1' , : . . f' ' . v ,' I r ,f -. 1 in. x - "iw , I -.7 ,F A ii I L' A- 1-1: rake" ffm A , Q I , I' L V x Q f 'K-, , ,-f-2 gf- Q 5 Q . ... , H . '-we ,-J -Q' - -V ft F .E i lf Q J 4 ' ',. 1 ff. W 1 x I J. 5 ii ' f in x -F Q, 'L ,,4, t JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Bonita Stachel, Nanna Benedict, Cheryl Carter, Linda Fairbanks, Linda Waite, Judy Braun, Susan New- ton, Margaret Page. JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL PLAYERS Front row: Jim Roberts, Dwight Harms, Chuck Stuart, Mike Burr, Vaughn Derderian, Charles Carabelli, Jim Ad- kins, Ken Winter, Mgr. Second row: Rick Newton Ken Pettibone, Paul Visnaw Craig Brockman, Pat Roush Buster Lentine, Coach Henrik sen. JUNIOR BAND Front row: Robert Royall, Earl Munson, Michael Shields, Phyllis Naldrett, Julee Benedict, Linda Strunk, Judy Braun, Brenda Tomtishen. Second row: Deanna Teller, Nancy Love, Sherry Spilak, Wilma Haars, Randy Steverson, Susan Newton, Dennis Parson, Bob Moore, Judy Marsack, Kathy Kandler, Karl Kandler, Rick Ramales. Back row: Nanna Benedict, Linda Bieske, Mr. David Eby, director, Robert Gies, student assist- ant g Randy Fern, Fred Seffen, David Moore, Vaughn Derderian, Stan Gadowski, Steve Coulter, Joe Haars, Ricky Newton, Terry Keller, Jim O'Grady, Larry Gies, Doug Langland. The Most Important Activity in A.B. H. A.B.H.S. offers its students a wide program of courses. Courses which help to make life more pleasant and enable us to become better developed persons. S. is the I GJJLUOI' -1 Duties of an administrator are many and varied. Here Mr. Nuse pre- sents Marilyn Tomlinson with the queen's crown at homecoming. .eqxp A .L ---r . WILLIAM NUSE We can point with pride to our school system which has served our citizens for many years. The school board has many tasks and Mr. Nuse as superin- tendent executes and enforces their poli- cies. Qldminiatratora ujorfz io frovi. BOARD OF EDUCATION Pictured below are school board members Chester Green, treasurer 5 Richard Robinson, presidentg and John S. Dye, secretary. Inthe lower picture are Dr. John DiBiaggio, Frank Ruzzin, Warren Stromberg, trusteeg and Robert Voss, trustee. Er , gp.. NL, -1 1 N if Jw ,- ,N Q- RUDO LPH KAMISCHKE The operation and smooth functioning of the junior high and high school is the responsibility of the man pictured above. As principal, Mr. "K" has many opport- unities to be proud of A.B.H.S. 4 gm: 5.5001 gm- ul ,Pl SECRETARIES AT A.B.H.S. Pictured at right are the secretaries who work in the superintendent's office. Mrs. Esther Pettibone, standing, worked part- time, until Mrs. Rumenapp left, at which time she joined Mrs. Ila Felster fwhom we remember from last year! regularly. Student assistants who work in Mr. Nuse's office at the new central switchboard are Dianne Humrich, left, and Marian Smith. Mrs. Delores Rumenapp worked in the superintendent's I office at the beginning of the - school year. eg The person who helps to see ,N that everything runs smoothly ,fa law in Mr. Kamischke's office is Miss Thoms. Picturedbelow are some of her student ' assistants. Dorothea Thoms ecretariea at 1 Atha Hart, Carol Buckingham, Darlene Kaherl, Nancy Dunlaj and Sharon Burgess help Miss Thoms. Missingfrom picture Elaine Caylor and Diann Engel. .4 ...JH . WJ Pictured above are Mr. Valli's secretary, Mrs. Betty Jean Meli, and student assistants, Barbara McGregor, Betty Brown, Carol McGregor, Kathy Edge- comb, Sandra Shipley, and Cheryl Schuster. Y- ARD ETHRIDGE the senior is a trip club ad- , and teaches En- 11 and 12. 5 4? It ,A g :I if V ' 1 A 1 -al LILLIAN PERRY teaches English 8, 9, and 10. SHIRLEY ASHBECK teaches English 7 and 8 and handles remedial reading in our school. gor froficiency in Communication .. no-., I5 . .f, '1 l 1 1 I qi ' :Ml unior English students iscuss an assigned story uring their literature unit. 31 , , 7i,,,v ,.., s,,. jul- 1 as Left: These librarians and many others are on hand to help us when we must use the library in the prepar- ation of assignments. sg 9,5 if T ""f"""i' 5 N-S11-, As is often the case, many students crowd This group includes the librarians andaudio- into the library to use the reference books. visual aids people. raining 'nab with Reading, peeclz and :language HELEN THOMPSON 1 rs' I is our head librarian and supervises the stu- dent librarians and audio - visual aids peo- ple. 1 Z jj- VM . f Q f.,,,'g' lx' e F iff! my 1 V l L JOYCE OLIVIER directs the junior play and teaches speech and English 9 and 10. ISIDRO ALMAN ZA teaches English 7 ar Spanish I and II. l L My A ,goofy PF . ---- :'- T--R v ., ---Y -+--I .,, . .Q - , 4. r'f I I W' vw ' gmt I 41 X 'Q z "-+P" ' r N ' nffilf ii l 1 J sv F, .. ,, .,. , ,.....--.lg - - 1- :Q -A V' . 5 N. lj I Aa,i.I, Tom Paull presents a problem and its solution to the geometry class. 1 1 ff ur iue.4 ff re and .fuore Scientific M I W ,Nav y ,pal .II, HENRY V. VALLI Elches chemistry and anced math and ndles guidance and unseling. r."-of, JEAN WESTVELD directs the Adult Edu- cation program and is a trip club adviser. She teaches biology, physi- cal science and physics. GE RALDINE GERMAN teaches seventh grade math, algebra II and geometry. -1 s Kris, -lx 5 R753-t kj 51.111, JAMES HALLEY teaches junior high sci- ence. We can always find him at the basket- ball games "keeping" our score book. EDWARD HENRIKSEN JAMES SLIS coaches the junior high football and basketball teams. His teaching duties include eighth grade math, general math and Algebra I classes. teaches U.S. govern ment, AmericanHistoryI and is a trip club ad- viser. acet ,A vote on jf, Elm! ,J the abemocraiic way wr?" .,,..all- , 14,9-1.-,,..4-"'a'a'LvLKYVV-,, J JAMES SYLVESTER teaches geography and world history and driver education. 34 t These seniors in government listen to Wayne Winter on "making democratic laws." . if I 4 15 ROBERT HODSON JOAN RYAN our baseball coach teaches eighth grade and civics. His duties also in- junior varsity and assisting and G.R.A. varsity football. teaches the girls' phy- sical education classes, coaches the girls' basketball team, and ad- vises the cheerleaders A .4 If A ,f H ixfgLffl. JOHN LAURENT i ri. teaches the boys' phy- tr, sical education classes. He is adviser to the Var sity "A" Club and ath- letic director. His coaching duties include varsity football, basket- ball and tennis. education Comm in flfarioua tufaya Freshman boys participate in a game of basketball in gym class. i R Vx MARGARET MANEESE teaches all of the home- making classes. Y books. lt J if M M ' 1 M r -I' Left: Bookkeeping students "balance their I7 F, A , Below: Typing students practice on their mach- ines to become efficient typists. freparing for Kareem in l?u4ine4.4 0 JAMES MELI ANN MARIE BAUGHMAN teaches general busi- ness, typing II, and teaches shorthand I and bookkeeping. 11, typing I and college prep typing. 36 LEO KUHN teaches high school dustrial arts. His classes include dr I, II, and III, power auto mechanics. Right: Drafting III class learns about surveying. Below: Students in woodwork- ing H busy at work on their s1"N X LLM I all Bench, Juaclzine, and Qbrawing Jgoarcl projects. A w-1 x, c. K P I . ll N X ,l if Fil. I' 'A , if 6 ROY HERAL aches the junior high dustrial arts and all oodworking classes. r. Herald also coaches e junior varsity foot- 11 team and high hool track. A 4lh 'Exif BETTE CARROTHERS DAVID EBY teaches junior high and teaches junior high and high school choir. senior band. ROBE CHOIR Front row: Mrs. Bette Carrothers,Judy Bertrand, Margaret Gillett, Kathy Konnecke, Jerry LeRay, David Thompson, Mahlon McCaleb, Jim Floyd, Lucretia Mertz, Gladys Harris, Bonnie Boyd. Second row: Joan Strunk, Linda Humrich, Ernes- tine Perkins, Bill Vardy, Jim Torney, Brent Gil- bert, Karen York, Jan Burns, Roslyn Peet. Third row: Holly Helwig, Diane Hassig, Ann Smith, Lynn Kerner, Roy Shanks, Joe Harnish, Kris Helwig, Sandra Britten, Kathy Posak, Darlene King, Kay Miller. Fourth row: Kathy Harrington, Jo Ann Ihns, Michelle Radawec, Mary Lou McCulloch, Frank Constantine, Chuck Corbin, Larry Teller, Paul Horton, Danny Watrous, Andrew Watches, Sue Thompson, Sharon Cowart, Mary Ann Stanek. ur aya a4re .giffecl with 501194 e ,,q' . K' 3 K, C7 Q W, uv ',,,:QjIh, I Front row: Loretta Roberts, Nora slag A 'N N is 3 ,Q ' gsf 'Is Steger, Nancy Young, Shirley Ver- "' lil' 'N - ' " gr 1 'SQ Y' i' iff. Straete, Wave Bristle, LeRoy Roy- . j if ff! f it ve -Q. ,A ' ev all, Linda Fairbanks, Ken Winters, 5 Q 5, it 'n' 'Q' I f ' ' V 1 4 Dale McComb. ,I .r-,Q Q? If 0 l Second row: Therese Kaminski, , 1 , ,K J 4 ,. , . 2 5 5 E Gloria Folske, Peggy Rose, Nanna JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR Benedict, Patricia Rise, Secretaryg Kathy Corbin, Steven Schmidt, Mrs. Bette Carrothers, Director. Back row: Linda Fay, MaryAnna Dye, President, Lola Bridges, Carole Brannon, Don Bocian, Anne Schoonmaker, Karen Teller, Arthur Denis. CONCERT BAND Front row: Carol Caylor, Gail Trebesch, Margaret Manser, Cheryl Schuster, Patrick O'Grady, John Niemetta, Linda Lewis, Louise Logan. Second row: Sherrel Naldrett, George Rattenbury, Sally Kuchenmeister, Kathy Holt, Tom Palmer, John Clark, Michael Murphey, Janice Burns, Kathy Edgecomb, Edwin Lewis. Third row: Dianne Humrich, Nancy Green, Joe Harnish, Bob Gies, Gerald Mikolowski, Pat Mc- Larney, John Barry, John Klocke, Richard Miller, Mr. David Eby, Dick Ellis, Andrew Watches, Jerry Hall, David Menges. Rock , n , Raft' and' Juarclz :bepartmeni Front row: Cheryl Schuster, Edwin Lewis, Rick Ramales, Kathy Kandler, Judy Mar- sack. Second row: Kathy Holt, Tom Palmer, Sherry Spilak, Jerry Hall, Mr. Eby. Third row: Richard Miller, Joe Harnish, John Barry. DANCE BAND in A , 'A--1 l 4 gt, '. , - l 1 , 1 -v A J' a I, f T? - .li ke- oo , 1 f - J N as ' Q t - - A il' at" ,K ss, e r et J v., .', - lghxx I' I A .f ' K 'pe I Q4 1: ar. , LI tg, C - i 31 .13 1 7 V fi -fa ii., ave t A - ' ' 1 A V, , ' P, N1 1 M iv ,igh F unc . r Mrs. Bade, left, and Mrs. Kaherl keep our stomachs Hungry students "go throught' the lunch line. happy with the help of the staff pictured below. A Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. schmidt,M1-S. and MrS- KOPSOH prepare and serve Trebesch, Mrs. Gave, Mrs. Keeler, the delicious food. and just behind them, Mrs. Morrish, Lunchroom filled with students eagerly consuming good food and busily chatting about the "latest," At right we have our good-natured custodians, Elmer Rivard left, and Walter Folta. 7 Our Spirits Soar As We Watch Our Teams Participate in porf.4 Sports--we have them in abun- dance all through the year. See the pictures of all the teams and athletic activities that make us proud of the athletic prowess of A.B.H.S. X 'r '. NP.- .1. . . ' "xi"'11 -I 54.1, .QM hy- A.. , fm .J- ,.,M.,,.v, ..:,P 945 44,5 Q. -. W. : ,W .1 .z.,'h'N,1,d avg 4' 'iii A R Q Je 2 57 "J"":A1,gq ' ru' ' Qc if J ff-,.. ' '::'1'- ' 5 1. :- W I Q4 ' . . +A 'Q , ,,4'K' s 1,4 1 "7 lines gg-my M , , A Arnold Heller - right end - ' 'A ' ' All Conference Second Team All Blue Water Area First Team Jerry Folske - right tackle All Conference First Team All Blue Water Area Honorable Mention Robert Williamson - left guard All Conference First Team All Blue Water Area First Team Don Arnold - center All Conference First Team All Blue Water Area Second Team Ralph Hellebuyck - right guard All Conference Honorable Mention John Funk - left halfback All Conference First Team A11 Blue Water Area First Team Wayne Winter - left tackle All Conference Honorable Mention Stanley Biebuyck - left end All Conference Second Team Dennis Folan - quarterback All Conference Honorable Mention Robert Gies - right halfback Frank Croskey - guard Edward Bissell - guard Al Ludeman - halfback John Russell - end Leonard Leader - quarterback Anton Westveld - tackle Thomas Williamson 1959 All Conference Second Team tackle Captain Robert Stanek - fullback Most Valuable Player, All Conference First Team, All Blue Water Area First Team. ara OP econ Straight itfe W, lost during season due to a knee injury. 1 . IH 1 7 J L' Roy Scott - guard , ,M to Zz, Igig 1.3 V 'il ' f 'UL' ' A Larry Teller ' center George Torney fullback A Injured during second s ipi-2-5'1f M it F, Don Halley ' tackle game and was lost for ifj-T.i55,f'21,op ay., L' kg. .- the season. Y - if 1 ,IA ' 1 '." .ll is - 1. - V . J N A I V In V . egg, 'w f rffi c 5 A - c gg tr a 1- 2555 98-77 -1 Ln a .-' Q Je? Hari' i f f :Q f , ' , .T ', -2'f'f!1li ' V ' .L ' ' is - t or 1312! 1 1 - E : ' if 1 V 1 '- El , ' X X .j 4, 4 V vi -4 ik -' Q , 7'iiQsi ,. ---L I .A,.' THE TEAM Front row: Frank Croskey, Arnold Heller, Roy Scott, John Funk, Leonard Leader, Wayne Winter, Robert Williamson, "Skip" Westveld, Ed Bissell, Don Arnold, Tom Williamson. Back row: David Thompson, manager, Al Ludeman, John Russell, Bob Gies, Mr. Hodson, Dennis Folan, Ralph Hellebuyck, Bob Stanek, Mr. Laurent, Larry Teller, Don Halley, Stan Biebuyck, Jerry Folske, Dick Winter, manager. Missing: George Torney. VARSITY GAME SCORES 44 games. THE COACHES The football players were tutored by Coach John Laurent, center, assisted by Robert Hod- son, left, and Roy Herald, right. - I THE CHEERLEADERS Varsity cheerleaders left to right: Sandra Shipley, Pris- cilla Szydlak, Nan Merritt, Phyllis Rivard, Marion Braun, and Sandra Asselin. Anchor Bay Algonac 6 Anchor Bay Menphis 7 Anchor Bay Brown City 0 Anchor Bay New Haven O Anchor Bay Capac 7 Anchor Bay Almont 6 Anchor Bay Dryden 6 Anchor Bay Armada 13 The Anchor Bay "Tars" continued their winning ways in 1960 as they swept to their second straight undefeated season to run their winning streak to 17 With 17 returning lettermen, the "Tars" started their season by downing ever powerful Algonac 13-6 and then went on to win seven straight Southern Thumb League games as they collected 258 points to the opposition's 45. Leading the runners and scorers was John Funk with 708 yards and 74 points, followed closely by Bob Stanek with 702 yards and 67 points. The "Tar" A forward wall was led by tremendous offensive block- ing and defensive play that allowed the opponents 770 yards in eight games. Fourteen lettermen, 12 seniors, will be greatly missed in the 1961 season. -P Il-I VARSITY IN ACTION Above: John Funk makes tackle as Leonard Leader 1191 and Larry Teller C795 move up to assist. Right: John Russell catches pass from Leonard Leader. M Above: Anchor Bay moves against Capac. Above: Extra point for Anchor Bay! .Ciffle Gm JDO 0411 Right JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES 2 5 Ar mada 6 6 New Haven 20 12 Mt. Clemens St. Mary's 6 32 New Baltimore St. Mary' s 7 12 Marine City Holy Cross 20 7 New Haven 33 'K iff . fn - A-. 5' 1- 1 "1 1 M .Q-Q 'I y Y 43? x Front row: Denny Hall, Bob Aurand, David Furtah, Henry Endebrock, Fred Kopson, Gary Spilak, Ken Winter, manager. Second row: J. Folske, Don Andelich, William Vardy, Gary Winter, Gary Marcero, J. Folske, Roy Shanks. Back row: Mr. Herald, Ken Peterson,Wil1iam Gonyeau, James Visnaw, James Paul, David Foerster, Allen Godin. 2 fan Front row: Leonard Leader, Arnold Heller, Teller, Ralph Hellebuyck, Dennis Folan, Ed Bissell. Back row: David Thompson, Coach John Laurent. Missing: Don Halley, managerg Bob Gies, Stan Biebuyck, Larry John Funk. O I yew Jgadkeiball wana but .fuany lzrzlfa VARSITY SCORES AB 45 Armada AB 41 New Haven AB 29 Memphis AB 78 Dryden AB 57 Capac A Q - AB 60 Almont AB 51 Brown City AB 39 Armada AB 41 New Haven AB 43 Memphis AB 33 Dryden AB 47 Almont AB 48 Brown City AB 29 Capac League Tournament AB 59 Brovsm City AB 40 New Haven AB 36 Armada District Tournament at L'Anse AB 47 New Haven Left: Ralph Hellebuyck makes move for two points against Almont. 39 44 54 49 34 51 55 59 48 49 44 50 46 64 48 50 44 Creuse 56 J. Above: Larry Teller makes big move after passing ball off. Right: Ralph Hellebuyck rebounds as Bob Gies looks on. nior 'Ualuify Joes Kufeu :fra F - -- -I i -Ixrdnalgv W een- I0 , was BAY 1' Front row: Mike Roush, Allen Godin, Dennis Hall, Robert Aurand, Thomas Paull, Kenneth Peterson, Henry Endebrock. Back row: Gary Winter, manager, Jim Thomas, Robert Bowers, Fred Kopson, Charles Strait, Cecil Haggard, David Furtah, Thomas Russell, Coach Robert Hodson. Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor Anchor JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES Bay B ay Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay Armada New Haven Memphis Dryden Capac Almont Brown City Armada New Haven Memphis Dryden Almont Brown City Capac Left: Henry Endebrock 145 shows perfect form on lay-up against Almont. Lower left corner: Don Halley U21 recovers fum ble and makes tackle at same time. Below: Things seem crowded to Tom Paull C141 as Ken Peterson looks for pass. ? chor chor chor chor chor chor chor Kneeling: Karen York, Linda Fox, Phyllis 10r,C21I'O1Y11Th0I1121S,MH1'YSChO0I1H1aker,LiHda Rivard, Marion Braun, Standing: Dgrothy Ackley, MargaretManser,Sandra Lavelle, Linda Schnoor, managerg Joan York, Sally Kuchen- HUmI'iCh, MTS- J0311 Ryan, C09-CTL meister, Diane Webb, Kathy Glied, Elaine Cay- ' Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay Bay GA ME SCOR ES 24 Armada 19 Brown City 15 New Haven 27 Dryden 17 Capac 27 Memphis 29 Almont our 50- 61 arefiea 1-7 38 21 31 10 10 21 5 V514 -X., Y . l Seniors were Carolyn Thomas, Karen York, Mary Schoonmaker, Marion Braun, and Elaine Caylor. IW, Front row: Robert Kingins, Milton Gave, Robert Adams, Leonard Shipley, Dennis Folan, John Funk, Richard Burr, John Wright. Back row: Coach Robert Hodson, Tom Williamson, Ralph Hellebuyck, Arnold Heller, David Gardner, Robert Stanek, Gregory Schuster, Bob Williamson, and Manager Dennis Orrell. a4noflle1 fgaaebau 'zoplzy The "Tars" were "Co-Champs" of the Southern Thumb League for the 1960 baseball season. This was the second straight season that we have either won or shared the title. Over a period of two seasons the baseball "nine" has lost only one league game. Dave Gardner hit and pitched the "Tars" through a six win and one loss record. Gardner, catcher Leonard Shipley, third baseman Bob Williamson, and left-fielder Tom Williamson were all named to the All-Conference First Team. Center-fielder Ralph Hellebuyck and short-stop John Funk were named to the All-Conference Second Team. Second baseman Richard Burr was All-Conference Honor- able Mention and was voted team captain. B N -ilfk 4' The "Tars" waiting for the game to start. 5 X ,V Team Record H. ,V-A uf' if I ' if y Anchor Bay Dryden 5 , 2 Anchor Bay Capac 3 R-1 'Q -M A Anchor Bay Memphis 5 yggl' Y? L .Q 1 -' -- Anchor Bay Brown City 0 F- Anchor Bay New Haven 2 cxim s.QQ5.TA,Q,fFf '.', 1 .M Anchor Bay 13 Almont 5 QQ 'iffigfifzrgfz' Anchor Bay Armada 3 - f 5' - f, A ,. , Left: All-Star pitcher Dave Gardner is all business . -r--' 'tif ,. f' ,. Left: Ralph Hellebuyck races to beat throw to first base. Below left: Tom Williamson for is it Bob?D at bat. Below center: Dave Gardner and Richard Burr talking it over. fx? 0 Fi'--"' V I ,.... N' Ji- val - , - K Y vt ,. 1. ' .' ' 0 . a. . . .-J..... Above: A hustling "Tar" gets back to third base safely before the tag. leads off third with Below right: Dennis Folan Leonard Shipley standing by. ,ix .,, xhvnfebv WN it 9' Ref? ,ev-K, -1 mt . , 1---at-r':'i' -1 L , ..,..,,,, , , ..,. sl -1, X4 a' 1 . 'x . - ,rf , , .Q W ,Q - H - '1 L 'E '- 1 K: -- I P - l Q E14 I 'L .. 1 'E 27- V E f I .W I 1, u ' 44 tu, ' 4 ' A iq'- B r , .- ,N 446, X C, - , " '90, r , 44, .' 44, ' 44 4 - I an - C 3,'!1,.JvA3 'D 4,000 'sn' F s 00,0 - r it .3 4, . ma, fag 0 1 6 1 V fir ' 1 1 , 1, 4 if , , ', an .- . . , . V , 1 G 4 . , . 3 , . , , 1 .- :ac . an -, . if' 1 F IN' V 0 ' F I 1. 1' 1 ' N Ugg - HN 0. ' a ' ff' A'-J - " ' 4, '1 B V ' 1 if "+G f fa . 'Pi H M: ff, tw., g - w r , - f- y six., -9.5. VB" " f i , - 1, - i f ' ' ' 4' -l'i'rg 'H 1 f it H 1 . 'WL :aw t f . ...l - P . -' V V -. , - 1 ' - -, . -L 1 , A N l,,g.,f . ,f I Q ' ' , :gf K, 4: ' I' . .. - . A -2 - 57, .Qin-Q 5" .--- X v 35 :' I A tk ff?-" - , Q-'I I " .5 ' I . "7 'I Ziff, .FA ,. J Q.. ,, .-..:,,- :-- ' 1 ,1a5'fQ-'- k g-A X V " 1' 5'Lf'ft"fl-4' "- f'h .iL"1'-Ja ?43A7l'f5 ik", Front row: Manager Roy Scott, James Biebuyck, Richard Winter, John Funk, Richard Burr, Gregory Schuster, Thomas Larry, David Furtah, Manager Edward Bissell. Back row: The mercury footers are to be commended for their participation during the 1960 track season. The following school records were broken: Richard Rivard Dan Pauli Richard Rivard Richard Rivard 120 high hurdles--17 440 yard dash ----- 58.1 180 low hurdles---22.9 shot put ------ 43'6-1f2" 1960 Gerald Hicks, George Torney, James Thompson, Art Hoffman, Dan Paull, Richard Rivard, Stan Biebuyck, Bob Gies, James Shaw, Larry Horton, Coach John Laurent. The track squad placed fifth in the Conference Meet at Memphis on May 12. Team Captain Dan Paull was a letter winner and second on the list of point earners with 40 points. Richard Rivard led with 54 followed by lettermen Greg Schuster 12-2f3, John Funk 10-2f3, Richard Burr 7-2f3, and Bob Gies 4-3f4. The thinclads lost seven men through graduation. 'Lack Squa and Zennia eam -Q5 . A ' 7' L. at A '- N v 'L '-.4 " ' . 1. 'ir ":If,,,. . 'ff at I "' . -- ' S ..'- -4 - ,XXL I .w',u.H TW., ' -...v . . -' 1' up v ix. ,Y E . ...nw X' ' QU ' "'i. sw . , Nwgqm 1 ,JL we , ,wx 7 ,vLv'X,L x fi cat' - " 51 ' ' j ..m..t- 1 ', 'Y' ' - " ' 'N . 4 -js. v ' - , X ' 5 -4 , , . A -4- f RFQ, 5 , , .5 1 .X - ' 5- ' J .img Sb- g- - 49157 Q Q Q Q fi ow Y. ' ,mn fzugf V Q . , qt - 1 ' - . : ' if K .- at 1 'Pit for N- Q -tw , .. N ,z, ' ' r . ' fi' Dx . WDHJFH5 A eq ,lgf.,, ll -' -- -ra' . ,fi x ' ii . x a- Y ' TQ 1 T T' ' . 'ffl 'i ' '4 563. Front row: Tom Paull, Matthew Korbeck, Fred Kopson, Duane Gave, Reggie Brown. Back row: Coach John Laurent, Larry Hor- The "Tars", with team Captain Reggie Brown, won their first tennis match last year starting off the season with a victory over Almont. Anchor Bay, in its second year of tennis, participated in the Regional Meet at Dearborn winning one match. Highlight of the season was "shutting out"Algonac and Marine City. Letter Winners 1. Reggie Brown 3. Bob Kingins 6. Roxey Bowers 2. John Wright 4. Tom Paull 7. Larry Horton 5. Fred Kopson ton, Bob Kingins,Roxey Bowers , David Villerot, John Wright, David Menges. Scores of Tennis Matches --Won 3, Lost 7 AB 3 Almont AB 2 Marysville AB 1 Lakeview, St. Clair Shores AB 1-1X2 Algonac 3-1X2 AB 1 Marysville AB 2 Lakeview AB 2 Marine City AB 1 Almont AB 4 Algonac AB 5 Marine City We're Proud of Our Record in Extra Curricular It is in the field of extracurri- cular activities that a great number of us have an opportun- ity to do the things that bring honor and glory to A. B. H.S. ylcfiuifiea 'XIX This year the Student Council, plus a few more students who acted as ad salesmen and typists, published the Anchor. Your staff pictured above included: front row - Michael Burr, Nan Merritt, Kay Ann Bowers, Bob Williamson, Elaine Caylor, Editor, Tom Williamson, Carol Caylor, and .f"' Joan York. Back row-Marian Smith, Ed Bissell, Kathy Krause, Sharon Burgess, Carol Buckingham, Dianne Humrich, Marilyn Tomlinson, Bonita Stachel, Diane Mead, Diane Hassig, Frank Croskey, and Lila Mahn. he a4ncfzor for Jeemem rance of Sclzoof .,'bay4 Student Council Officers: Mr. Kamischke, Student Council adviser, and Mrs. Laurent, Anchor adviser, look Nan Merritt, Secretaryg Bob Williamson, President, Tom Over the pages of past publications Williamson, Vice-President, Ed Bissell, Treasurer. . gl 5 it ,-,,, The work is done, the book is yours. We hope you like it and will point with pride at this reminder , ' of the school days at A. B. H.S. X 1 , S XENA. 54 ,- .K ' , .. . n, y 1 ,f .yilf fl . 1 . U' . , . . 1 -'-- ef- -'se--B 2-as A-1 m :tif .lv Members of the National Honor Society are, front row: Secretary Phyllis Rivard, Nancy Robinson, Sandra Meredith, Cheryl Thomas, Carolyn Thomas, Nan Merritt, Barbara Shaw, Jacqueline Denis. Back row: Mr. Henry Valli adviser, Treasurer John Funk, Vice-Presi- dent Robert Williamson, David Menges, Frank Croskey, David Brockman, Henry Endebrock, President Thomas Williamson. ationaf Jvlonor ocietg and eta Cfub l 1 qmcigf The Junior Engineering Technical Society is a national organization aimed at furthering ad- vanced science among high school students. Our chapter is sponsored by Michigan State University and advised by Consulting Engineer Arthur Locke, retired professor of Wayne State University, Mrs. Dorothy Locke, Chief Master Draftsman and Mrs. Jean Westveld. F, X 'Ni Members are, front row: Navigator George Miller, Pilot Henry Endebrock, Mrs. West- veld, Co-pilot David Menges, Communication Officer Marilyn Tomlinson. Back row: David Thompson, Richard Miller, Barbara Shaw, John Barry, Nan Merritt, Garry Webb, Kathy Edge- comb, Allan Gellasch, Phyllis Rivard, Ward Diehl. Editors for the Tars' Outlook staff are pictured above. Front row: Mr. James Meli, adviser, Dorothy Schnoor, business manager, exchange editor Jacqueline Denis, Kathy Krause, art editor, Karen York, news editor, Co-editor Dianne Humrichg Ass't. editor Mary Presuttig Barbara Shaw, feature editor. Back row - Carolyn Thomas, co-sports editor, Don Halley, advertis- ing: Cheryl Thomas, feature editor, Bob Will- iamson, co-treasurer, Co-editor Elaine Caylorg Betty Brown, co-treasurer, John Funk, exchange editor. Missing: Kathy Glied, news editor, Henry Endebrock, co-sports editor, who took the picture. ara , Ouifook Keepa ua Jnformed an orenaica group is Organized Forensics group included: Front row-Nancy Bal- dwin, Kay Ann Bowers, Judy Carabelli, Valerie Ellis, Judy Foor, Barbara Shaw, Betty Car- penter. Back row: Brent Gilbert, Anna Maria Brown, Sandra Meredith, Mary Schoonmaker, Linda Ackley, Sandra Britten, Carol Bucking- ham, Mrs. Joyce Olivier, adviser. nel Front row: Priscilla Szydlak, Valerie Ellis, Strunk, Andrew Watches, David BI'0Ckma11,JUdY Jacqueline Denis, Diann Engel, Jeanette Foor, Trinklein, Mrs. Jean Westveld, adviser. Third Kay Miller, Kathryn Posak, Gail Wilbur. Sec- row: Milton Gave, Kathy Bock, John Planckaert, ond 1-QW: Marion Braun, Sandra Shipley, Rgbert AI'1'101d Heller, ROb8I't Williamson, William FOX, Artman, Dianne Mead, Sandra Meredith, Joan Karen Klein. rip ?fUork4 ,Hard io ginance une ourney Front row: Karen York, Sandra Asselin, Kathy Glied, Elaine Caylor, treasurer, Thomas Will- iamson, president, Barbara Shaw, vice-presi- dent, Nancy Robinson, secretary, Cheryl Thomas, co-treasurer. Secondrow:Mr.James Slis, adviser, Mr. Edward Ethridge, adviser, Betty Carpenter, Barbara Claeys, Gladys Harris, Carol McGregor, Janice Burns, Nancy Dunlap, Nan Merritt, Mary Ann Stanek, Mary '81 Striber, Judy Braga, Marian Smith, Kay Ann Bowers, Dianne Humrich, Marilyn Tomlinson. Back row: Sharon Burgess, Betty Brown, John Funk, Ward Diehl, Leo Derderian, John Barry, Robert Kingins, Edward Bissell, Frank Croskey, Anton Westveld, Mary Schoonmaker, Harold Rabine, Garry Webb, Roy Scott, Kathy Krause, Carol Buckingham, Sharon Neigebauer. fi Q , 6 , 63 , my T girls Earn oinia ' ' T 7533. it gi : fi' for Sparta alctiuiiiea if In , 1 .31 V, I., A R' . ll , ' ' 1' " T ' an 'Ualvziy afetterlne e4'Y A Qfsgf QP N flF"' YF' T1 , !'A it it f S X ' Oln i . FLA Front row:Gloria Marcero, Sandy Asselin, Kathy Glied, Sally Kuchenmeister, Treasurer, Elaine Caylor, President, Karen York, Vice-President, Dianne Humrich, Secretary, Marilyn Tomlinson, Linda Fox, Nancy Maliniak, Anna Pre- sutti. Second row: Donna Ringle, Barbara Jancee, Carol Caylor, Sharon Burgess, Gladys Harris, Carol Buckingham, Kathy Krause, Kay Ann Bowers, Lila Mahn, Jan Burns, Joan York, Betty Carpenter, Barbara Claeys, Christa Schmidt, Shirley Vineski, Judy Foor, Mary Presutti. Third Row: Mrs. Ryan,Mary Schoonmaker, Nicolyn Pfieffer, Karen DeSnyder, Lynn Kerner, Linda Humrich, Margaret Manser, Sandra Lavelle, Gail Hicks, Linda Ackley, Gail Trebesch, Kathy Hare, Sonja Lavelle, Sher Judy Carabelli. rel Naldrett, 23 'va' D! flr A5517 yi , Erne Stine perk' Homecoming f1OiaIE Waves from the G.R.A, 1.7 . ,li -1. UVY ' Varsity Club Var S ity C lub Front row: Frank Croskey, Wayne Winter, Tom Williamson, Secretary, Ed Bissell, President, Bob Williamson, lVice-Presi- dent, Leonard Leader, Bob Kingins. Sec- ond rowg "Skip" Westveld, Roy Scott, Milton Gave, Matthew Korbeck,Larry Hor- ton, Bob Gies, Dennis Folan, John Funk. Back Row: Ralph Hellebuyck, Arnold Hel- ler, Stan Biebuyck, Mr. John Laurent, adviser. Missing: Don Arnold, Treasurer. Clteefleatlerd ' gf A-' I I K ilvlefp Jbguifcf Sclzoof pirif 1 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS ' Priscilla Szydlak, Nan Merritt, Sandra Shipley, Marion Braun, Sandra Asselin, Phyllis Rivard. Homecoming festivities begin with a huge bonfire the Thursday night preceding the "big Friday." Varsity cheerleaders sponsor the annual event. atten S ' ll tamped IRYE: Llfiillelgrizjn waits in line to get S u My , Ethridge ' me same- d the dance after whom I -1 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Jill Merritt, Nancy Walker, Lila. Mahn, Nancy Baldwin, Dianne Hassig, and cen- ter Lynn Kerner. 59' Our award winning marching band with Drum HUfHI'iCh, I-'0UiS9 Logan and Nancy Baldwin Major Patrick O Grady and Majorettes Dianne ere Cxomea the lgancff PEP BAND First row: Cheryl Schuster Louise Logan, Rick Ramales, Gail Trebesch, Sherrel Naldrett, Margaret Manser. Second row: Sally Kuchenmeister, Janice Burns, Sherry Spilak, Tom Palmer, Dick Ellis. Third row: Joe Haars, David Menges, Jerry Hall, Mr. Eby. Fourth row: Richard Miller, Joe Harnish, Gerald Mikolowski. 4 'J 4-.g -H. MSF? ' .X " Above: Homecoming Queen was Marilyn Tomlinson, center, surrounded by her court, Priscilla Szydlak, left, and Diane Humrich, right. Left: Queen Marilyn riding the queen's float waves at her royal subjects. Cofofzfuf .fvlomecoming Cefebfzaiion 'G Wiki! Above: Coach Laurent congratulates Captain Bob Stanek and team for their tremendous victory over Capac. Above right: A huge crowd viewed the warm evening's festivities. Right: Students, alums, and guests enjoyed the Homecoming dance in the high school gym after the game. 61 ,fp ,-A. - Vilix Juniors entertained the Seniors at a big banquet in the multi-purpose room of the high school. Above: Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. Bade, and Mrs. Kaherl prepare the delicious meal. Below: Among the girls "from the Orient" who served were Darlene Kaherl, Sandra Shipley, Valerie Ellis, Katherine Konnecke, and Judy Braga. , N s Q A -,.--BK X 512' ' J '.-. I -x -n A lf ,lftlx I 1. - .' : A..--Q .' 'gills 2143- '19 A' .A 'fy Q -1 'uh . f N , 'x'.-' l' ' A A '. '1i.?s5.g.1g r ,- f ,, 3 , , 9 .mfr-5 ' ' 35 . "gl '11 I . ., , , n tn . Y W L P.Xl5'wA , 1,51 f S ., . ' v',I1'r'9,xS ', .-,V . A , ' N ' 'Gif 4' .y " gh 'mu .,. ' . l ,I ,, 'rn W- :V J V ,WILL W . H M, . - X A-' : , , 5.1! pl - ? b V 1 62 ,N .n-Nr, 'Elf r -- .f Above: Marian Smith, Gloria Marcero, and Bruce Aurand, dressed in their finest, enjoyed the good food and entertainment. ight of f7!ea.4u'Le-- anquet anal fiom Above: Frank Croskey and Nancy Robinson get their ticket for an evening of dancing from Miss Wellman. 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