Anchor Bay High School - Anchor Yearbook (New Baltimore, MI)
- Class of 1978
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The Year In Review
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DRS. WIEUNGA AND MAKS D.D.S., P.C. 51 160 Washington New Baltimore, M1 725-9821
4 1 Pre School BRUNO B. WISNEY OPTOMETRIST 51021 Washington New Baltimore, Ml 725-731 1
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The sun rises over beautiful lake St.
Clair. The school day begins, as students
get on the bus, or in a car and head for
the school. They are dropped off at the
school and are walking into another day.
Compliments of FRAN'S CERAMICS STUDIO 81 SUPPLIES Mallard Drive New Baltimore 949-1599
RUB-A-DUB LAUNDRY-DRY CLEANING-CAR WASH 35350 23 Mile Road New Baltimore, Ml Pre School f 5
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Graduation and Wedding Announcements by STUART BROWN COMPANY 36355 Main, New Balt. 725-0180
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Then some of the students go to their
lockers, Sue McCormick like other
students go to class. After the first bell
rings at 7:40 and it gives you five
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STRIEBER PHARMACY 51006 Washington New Baltimore, Ml 725.4642 says Congratulations Seniors
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have to go through a series
of tests of achievement.
Not many people enjoy or
even like them but
everyone goes through it,
MELDRUM BROS. NURSERY AND THE CHICKEN COOP 23 Mile and I-94 New Balt., Mich. 48047 949-9220
The Nautical Shoppe
is now open
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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '78 From SPORTSMENS BARBER SHOP 50185 N. Gratiot 949-9803
cards, albums to
jewelry and T shirts,
they sell a little bit of
everything. lt's open
during 3rd and 4th
hour, but next year
it will be open 2nd,
3rd, 4th, and 5th
coordinator is Mr.
Robinet, he teaches
which is required for
1 year and his
approval to be able
to work in the
shoppe. Patty Leroy
is the bookkeeper
and generally keeps
Morning I 9
is a two
for boys and girls
who are interested
in a health career.
The course offers a
basic anatomy and
its relationship to
basic skills such as
taking vital signs,
first aide, CPR,
personal care of
Momma Congratulations to the Class of 78 for 12 years of high school from the MICHIGAN
Cosmetology - the
Study of Beauty
EDUCATION ASSOCIATION QMEAJ from the Anchor Bay School District
Cosmetology is one of
many vocational courses
offered to students at Anchor
Bay High School. Students
travel to lVlr. Clemens to study
hairstyling and how to use
There are many exciting
careers offered through this
vocational program. Students
are licensed beauticians when
they complete the program.
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Air Force Band Lands
af Anchor Bay
The Air Force band
dropped in to put on a
show for Anchor Bay
performance was held in
the gym. The group
played most of the
year's top hits and a few
of the more popular 50's
and 60's songs. They
were highlighted by a
very good looking
female vocalist. The
students were really
enthused about the
band. The show was a
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I2 Mom-ng Good Luck to the Class of 78 from ECONO CARPET, 1 151075 Washington New Baltimore, IVll 48047
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Vocational Child Care is a
course designed to train stu-
dents tor future employment in
various child care centers. The
students learn what young chil-
dren are really like by working
and playing with them two times
a week for two hours a day. They
will become knowledgeable
about children and will learn
more about themselves.
Ms. Martz helps to get the
puzzle together. C53 Kellie
Dietz gives a little push 133.
Get me out, she says to
Pam Lee 449. Ms. Overhaul-
ser is the child care
instructorg she is teaching
the proper way to put lin-
coln logs together. C63
H f Merril'-s Congratulations from B J 81 COMPANY 46924 Just North of 21 Mile Rd Mt Clemens 949 9483
LEONG'S RESTAURANT 30546, East 23 Mile Rd. 949-3443 or 949-9781
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You're in Good
Nurses Aide is a
class beneficial to the
students not only now
but in future years. If
they further their
education in a
medical field the
course is much easier
to understand, the
are helpful to them. lf
they choose not to
education they can
also use much of the
nursing, first aide or
saving a person's life.
Iva Gaedcke, Sandy
Dalton, and Teri Cook
transport Pam Meek
by stretcher C1 J.
Gayle O'Donnell, and
Pam Holt watch as
Molly Christiansen is
wheeled off in a chair.
123. Kelly Wolshon,
Esther Flasher and
Lisa Mikolowski take
vital signs of Mrs.
Chase and baby
Chase. C31 Paula
Wiley takes Mrs.
pressure. 145. Mrs.
Rose teaches Nurses
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Wood Shop is a two semester
course taken by sophomores to sen-
iors. A wide variety of tools and equip-
ment are used in the preparation of
the projects. Jerry Martin and Leroy
Mikolowski sort out drill bits CU. Your
wood must be silky smooth so the
electric sander is used as the easiest
method C21 Mike Sokalski and Frank
Hamilton work with the drill 133. Ron
Cuto is using the router on his project
141. Mr. Glassford watches and gives
his approval CSJ.
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io f Morning ANCHOR BAY BEACON 51170 Washington New Baltimore Michigan 48047 725-4531
Small Engine Repair is a class
designed to skill students in repair of
outboard, motorcycle, lawn mower
and other small engines. 8O'Mn ofthe
class time is spent with hands-on work
with small engines, with some lectures
and demonstrations. Students must
provide their own engines to work on.
Auto Mechanics is a program
designed to provide students with job
entry skills in the auto mechanics
field. It is a 3 year program that a
student will start as a sophomore. The
student will be able to use the
experience gained in school to obtain
a good paying, interesting job in the
auto mechanics field.
The FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN of OAKLAND would like to say Congratulations to the Senior
The Yearbook Staff would like to congratulate the Seniors of the Class of 1978 GOOD LUCK!!!
eteyer, Wend orner
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CITlZEN'S STATE BANK 32900 23 Mile Rd. 725-2294 New Baltimore, Michigan 48047
Although the lunch roorn hasn't quite calmed down, we find the kids still eating.
Anchor Bay tar bugers are best, ftop-lefty at least to some ofthe braver souls. Mrs.
Krantz ftoprightj keeps the line moving while Kelly Pagels fbottom-lefty just
enjoys. But some think the bakery is a better idea on special occasions fbottom-
Welcome fo Uur Nighfmare
"This is my favorite restaurant, besides Mac's of course," says Rick Stevens. Qtop-
Ieftj Yes, the food certainly does get eaten, but the milk seems to go the quickest.
ftop-rightj Without the help of Mrs. Rivard and Mrs. Ward Qbottom-lefty Robbie Floyd
Qbottom-rightj wouldn't be getting his lunch. Maybe soon we won't have to always eat
inside and the nightmare won't be a nightmare anymore.
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22 Afternoon Congratulations to the Class of 78 From the INSURANCE CENTER 51026 Washington, New Baltimore
A Time fo Relax?
THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY would Like to say Congratulations to the graduated Seniors Anemoon 1 23
is one of Anchor Bay's
classes. It offers
students the chance to
actually build a full sized
house. The electrical
wiring and plumbing is
all done by the students.
Jeff Grambow C1 J works
on the wiring while Dan
l-lamiel C23 finishes the
outside. At the bottom is
the almost finished
product 135. After the
house is complete, it is
sold to the highest
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE takes this opportunity to congratulate the graduating class
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Another two hour vocational course offered at
Anchor Bay. Learning to make a full course, well bal-
anced meal isn't all that easy. Students learn every-
thing from Apple pie to Zucchini. Patti Halt and
Therese Marcero don't look too enthused at this job.
Patti tries to take charge but Denise LaMar has her
own ideas on pie making. Louise Combs shreds away.
Go Ahead Show Off a Little With Your Class Ring From BALFOUR RING
COMPANY Dan W. Burgess
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The homecoming assembly was certainly
a success. Mark Holman ftop-leftj plans
his attack for the pie eating contest.
Janene Pollard gets some help eating her
pie but Tracey Mitchell fbottom-Ieftj wins
without any help at all, while the crowd
fbottom-right! goes wild!
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Pep Up for
Seniors get involved in a
spirited new cheer, "We
are Anchor Bay." Qtopj
Varsity players fmiddle-
left! wait nervously to be
recognized while the
J.V. team stands.
1bot1omJToo excited to
stay on her feet, Linda
rightj decides the floor
is a safe place to stay.
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The student council's version of Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer Qbottom-rlghtj
was fantastic, especially the good-looking reindeer. ftop-lefty Rudolf Qtop-rightj
had some problems but all seemed to turn out well. They captured the attention of
the audience including Tammy Floyd fbottom-lefty.
Anchor Bay Prison -
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Congratulations Class of 78 from FASHION HARBOR 81 LOOKING GOOD on 23 Mile Phone 725-7577.
so Afternoon PETTICOATS PLUS congratulates the class of 78 for 13 years of hard work. Phone 725-9010.
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The work doesn't stop after 2:15 in
Anchor Bay High.
Many teams practice and club meet-
ings are held after school.
In the fall, uncertain of their con-
tracts, the staff unified as shown, by
leaving the building together at 2:30
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Yearbook photographer advisor,
Mr. Abell gives good advice on pic-
tures for the '78 Anchor. While other
yearbook staff members discuss the
color of this year's book.
Student Council holds another use-
less meeting to decide the
"changes?" that should be made in
34 X Poll School
Who ever said band people need a lot
of wind? Laura Cichecki and Anette
Debano playing the clarinets, Mike
Hayes, Jim Keiling and Ron Abbey
playing the trumpets, Paul VanAssche
and Rick Williams on trombones, Brad
Stratichuck and Randy Sliva on the
french horns. Below: Matt Sliva practices
on his marching drums.
Mrs. Appleman supervises work for
the foreign festival. Kim Beaudin helps
out while Sue Smith and Wendy Johnson
rehearse their lines for the play.
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Anchor Bay wrestlers
always warm-up before
their work out. Phil Neal
doesn't let anyone get in
his way, Randy Price Con
his shoulderj finds this out
the hard way. Pat
McCarthy practices his
winning smile for competi-
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Looking tired but still active the
seniors basketball team practices with or
without shirts. Carole Burkhardt and
Michelle Moore reach for the ceiling,
while Merrit Balfour and Vivian Abbey
get ready for the tap. Kathy Gregory
brings the ball down court only to be
stopped by Michelle Balfour. Lynn Miller
fin backb watches hopefully.
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Always problems! Chuck Kay, Ian Waite, and Dave
Ramalas struggle to get a tire changed while Diane
Fiickel 'cheers them on.' Terry Baumgarten tries to get
his car going too, bet he looks he's in worse shape. Mr.
Cross and Mr. Vincent compare future drivers.
38 X Post School
Valerie Scott poses perfectly still while
Mr. Abell finishes her make-up for a
P.A.C. presentation. Amy Rice gets the
powder treatment by one of AbelI's
famous make-up persons.
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Post school is a time for just about anything. Stacy Dres-
chel works faithfully on local blackboards. June Beauvais
gets a free ride down the hall. More make-up artists, Bev St.
John and Robbin Zanger have no problems with their faces.
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Guy Kaminski studies the light
board for future performances,
while Chris Rice just relaxes and
takes it easy after school like
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Jan Wrightner, Rae Ann Kothe, Cathy
Jan Wrightner, Vicki Sutton, Mark Wisney, Lori Stak.
Back Row: Jerry Steiner, Joe Kinter, Rick Van Overbeke, Jim McPherson, Dave
Smith. Middle Row: Bill Burkhardt, Gary Hildebrand, Chris Grajek, Doug Greens-
late, Jim Hodson, Chris Barrund. Front Row: Tim Ryan, Matt Sliva, Aniello Aprea,
Cameron Karry, Jerry Gilmer, Coach Wojcik.
Colleen Sakuta Kathy Schneider
of '78 as
Larry Gast and Miss Corder Rene Eschenburg
J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM
Back Row: Bill Burkhart, Gary Hildebrand, Rick VanOverbeck, Doug Greenslate,
Coach Perkins. Middle Row: Ron Abbey, Chris Grajeck, Tim Ryan, Jim Hodson,
Mike Yonka. Front Row: Bill Thomas, Duffy Ross, Dave Mikulski, Aniello Aprea,
Cameron Karry, Jerry Gilmer.
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Dawn Maxwell, Chris Grajek, Bill Christie, Jim Hodson,
Lori Stak. Sitting: Jan Wrightner.
'78 as seniors.
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1977 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Back Row: Ma'rk Psuik, Tim Ryan, IVlat1 Sllva, Bill Burkhardt, Kevin Alred, Gary Hil-
debrand, Doug Greenslate, Jim Hodson. Front Row: Chris Sliva, Jeff Baumgart,
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1978 on the whole was an interesting year. This year, with laced up shoes laced down, stick pins gleaming and double
pierced ears becoming more popular than ever, khacki, sparkly, and silky were all shimmering in the nearest disco. Boxer
style shorts and fashionable hats were also in style. Yes, this is the year spiked heels returned. A little higher now and most
Disco mania was the biggest fad of the year. If you weren't listening or dancing to disco music you were watching it in the
We were struck with the tragic plane crash of Lynyrd Skynyrd, and members of other groups, Chicago and Blood, Sweat
and Tears also met with untimely deaths.
ln the news, aside from usual soaring prices, economically 1978 wasn't so bad. The long coal strike was a great threat to
us because we were freezing, but not as much as those south of us. Michigan recorded its worst blizzard ever. Last year the
western states were struck with a serious drought, while this year they recorded record breaking floods. The Panama canal
treaty posed the most controversial political issue, it was signed.
One positive addition to A.B.H.S. was the Nautical Shoppe. An addition which was a great disturbance to many students
was a cyclone fence with barbed wire at the top that surrounds the school grounds, to prevent vandalism.
New Baltimore businesses are booming, but unfortunately two were burning, Kandlers and the Blue Whale.
Next year will bring many new staff members, new fads, and new friends. We hope 1978 was a good year for you.
Cap 3's Company Love Boat Fantasy Island 8 is Enough Jaws ll Omen II
As You Like H
Richard the Ill and As You Like It are the two plays that the Anchor Bay High
School students saw this year. Mrs. Bandelean has taken students to the Stratford
Festival since 1968. This theatre is the best in North America, and has profes-
sional actors and actresses Maggie Smith and Brian Bedford.
LiHle Ones Get Good Advice?
The Varsity Baseball players helped out the Little League Baseball
Players in the High School gymnasium. The players offered about a
week of their time to give good advice! Jerry Dekker CU, Jim Flickel 135,
Chuck Kay C41 Jerry Gilmer and Doug Greerislate C23 were some of the
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which d te back 6 years! The only thing that can be said is that this team is the
best team in the history of Anchor Bay. It even looks better next year because
there will not be any players lost because of graduation. Tracy Mitchell CZD with
a little improvement could be a candidate for All-State next year. He became All-
Conterence and All Macomb Area this year. Gut of 5 possible individual records
Tracy holds three of them. This makes Tracy an easy choice to be MVP for this
year and possibly the best golfer in Anchor Bay history as a Junior! Jerry Decker
QU is blasting his way out of a sand trap. While Dave Vandeputte C33 is waiting
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What goes on around the world at Christmas time? Well, the Spanish and
French classes showed the parents of the students. The 2nd year Spanish class
acted out a walk that the people of Spain do. They had a nativity scene 11 J and a
The French class sang French Christmas songs 133. Matt Hare played Tiny
Tim in "Oliver Twist" 145. They ended their show with a sing-a-long.
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Leslie Pesta and Mike Turri C23 of the freshman class raised lots ol pennies for
their class treasury and since they received the most votes Cpenniesj they received
the title of "Mr, and Mrs. Ugly." At the Ugly dance sponsored by the art club, Mr.
Kuchaski Cljannounced Mr. and Mrs. Ugly. Torn Lonnroth C23 dances to the music
of Bad Ax.
Guys and Gals Hifched af Sadie
1. Mary Westermann, Carol Klonowski and Janine Tolman dance to the music of
FunkYn'A. 2. Chris Grajeck and Kim Schmid get married while Miss Kaufman gives
her congratulations. 3. Tom Semaan shows how he can move on a dance floor. 4.
Valerie Scott and Lorene Aurand boogie to the beat of the band. 5. Chris Grajeck
and Jeanie Schmanski wait to get hitched. Chris holds the record for getting mar'
ned 15 times.
The yearbook club sponsored the first Sadie Hawkins ever at AB. Finally all the
girls were able to ask the guy of their dreams to the dance. Getting married and
taking pictures were the two most successful promotions, not to mention the
band, Funk-NYA, who played music to please anyone from a Disco Lady to an Acid
Hard Worlc and Efforf Means Boy 's Track.
This year's boy's track team has a league record of 5-2. lt's the bus rides that
make the team feel united. Mr. Cleverley's C21 coaching has helped Jim Holt C1 J do
the hurdles and Bob Kuzminski C35 while he does the running long jump. Mike
Yohka practices the discus.
semi THE MT. CLEMENS BANK - Robert Fresior wishes to congratulate the class of 1978 for 4 years
Girl 's Track Runs Wifh Pride
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This year's girl's track team had a record of 7-4. The team won the J.V. and
league championship. The 1978 finalists were Kathy Schneider, Debbie
McKinnon, Kari Dunlap, Cindy Strother, and Jackie Pollard. The most valuable
player was Leslie Burgess. Some of the people that participated were: Mary Billock
C1 J as she handles the shot put, Monique Dermaux, Kim Schmidt and Vivian Abbey
C23 as they tackle the hurdles. Vivian Abbey Q35 survives the high jump. Bridget
Bayer C43 and Leslie Burgess head the long distance line of runners.
of high school and 12 years of complete school. North Bratiot, Mt. Clemens, Telephone 469-6900 Social f 57
Seniors Show Who 's Boss
Seniors prove once again that they're boss, at least on the
basketball court. Mysteriously enough, the score remained
close throughout the entire game. Father and son Hodson
make the opening jump shot and the hilarious contest
begins. Since this is a non-sexist event, Jan Wrightmer is
matched against Mr. Cleverley 155, and Miss Nasea maneu-
vers around Aniello Aprea 127, Mr. Robinet, Aniello Aprea,
and Miss Kaufman are awed by the foul shot capabilities of
6'8" Tom Eutebach C-45, and Mr. Glassford slips through
Gary Hildebrand and Mike Yonka C31
Other players for the faculty were Mr. Feldcamp, Mrs.
Gregory, Mr. Sealey, Mrs. Natzke, and Mr. Teller. The stu-
dents were represented by Matt Sliva, Allen Enderby, Kathy
Schneider, Scott Gostovich, Tim Ryan, Doug Greenslate,
Chris Grajeck and Peggy Henry. Mr. Buccelato and the refer-
ees aided in keeping the score close and the calls legal.
Varsify Dribbles fo Record Seffing Season
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The 1977-78 Varsity Basketball team is something to be proud of. Tracy Mitchell C15
was named the team's most valuable player, all county lst team, Metro East Honorable
Mention and All State 4th team, and Doug Greenslate was given the 2nd team all confer-
ence, Matt Sliva Q33 was also given an Honorable Mention all Conference, and all county.
The highlights of the season were the seven-game winning streak, and the team's first
trip to Alpena, not to mention the capturing of the district title for the first time since
1968. Layups like Tom Eutebach's C43 help unite the team. Bill Wellman sprints across
the court with some anxious players 125.
JV and Froslv Cagers
The JV basketball team played superbly this year. Their tremendous amount of
teamworlf paid off because they placed lst in the league. If their good attitude and
sportsmanship keeps up they will be a sure prospect for state next year.
ln picture 212 the team is given help on some new tactics by coach Len Perkins.
Chris Bauchan shoots for two C41 Jim Rickel CU dribbles around opponents. Rob-
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The freshman basketball team finished with a good season. Their record
standing at 9-6 and their league record standing at 8-4. The freshmen show
great sportsmanship and desire to improve for their future years on the
Anchor Bay basketball team. Some great rebounding by Jim Ruhlman, C21
shooting by Tim Custer, 459, and passing by Bill Wenzell who is passing to
Bill Kolarik, 135, Made the team feel united. The freshman cheerleaders CU,
cheer the team on to a victory.
Wresfler 's Ta ke Awards
The wrestling team did an exceptional job ot defeating their opponents. Eight
matches were won while only three were lost. Carl Michayluk was voted by fellow
team mates most valuable player. He also picked up some awards for lst team
SCAL, 4th State Regionals, lst team All Blue Water Area, lst team all Macomb
County. Mark Holman C53 received lst team SCAL, 4th State Districts, 4th State
Regionals, honorable mention Macomb County.
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The Varsity Volleyball squad finished the season with more
losses than wins. They made it to the regionals for the first time
at Anchor Bay. ftop rightj Laura Cates positions for a bump.
Kathy Winkler ftop Ieftj sets up for a scoring spike as Kathy
Peterson fopposite page - bottom leftj is setting up for a
The J.V. Volleyball team completed a very successful season.
Team work was the key to their success, as they scooped up 14
wins and only 4 losses. This years captain Dorie Wellman held
the team together through thick and thin. The J.V. Volleyball
team looks like a promising prospect for the state next year.
On the other court the Varsity basketball Players fopposite
page - top leftj Doug Greenslate had 133 assists, while Brian
Halligan had 105 rebounds and 13 steals.
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Gfrl's JV and Varsify. . .
The vibration of a dribbling basketball and the yells from
teammates and coaches were the sounds this year for the girls'
Varsity Basketball team. Mrs. Natzke, the girls' coach stated that
this year's captain was Jackie Pollard and the year's most
valuable player was Cathy Schneider. The team's record stands at
10-9. Noel Billock 350 and Cathy Schneider 344 show their
skills on the court in shots 2, 3, and 4. In shot irl Mrs. Natzke
gives the girls a talk during the game.
Dribble Up a Sform!
The girls' Junior Varsity had 5 wins and 7 loses. Even though their season was
half over when the milage passed. Their team, was probably the first team to start
the season one day, play a game the next, then have another practice, followed
directly by a game. The most valuable player is Carole Burkhart and the captains
were Karen Goldenbogen Cl , 37 and Michele Balfour. Coach Robinet C29 did a fine
job with the little time he had as shown by Kathy Gregory C49 as she shoots for two
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Kathy Peterson CU and some fellow senior classmates C25 worked hard on their
float. Their spirit continued as the class of '78 hitched a ride to the game C51 Terri
Trubiano C63 added her creativity to the Junior Class float. The floating balloons
C31 signaled the kickoff to a decisive victory, 16-3, over the "Mighty" Muskrats.
The tireless students danced endlessly to the sounds of Bad Ax.
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This year's Varsity Football team had their share ot ups and downs. They won 4
games and lost 5 not a very good record, but the team worked hard together all
year. As everyone knows they tried their best. The team had three captains this
year, Mike Sparks, Bart Bauer and Mike Yonka. Nlr. Rogers, the teams coach,
stated that this years most valuable player was Bart Bauer. The high light ofthe
season was the defeat of Algonac for the Homecoming game 16-3.
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The Moves Are Made in Chess
The team had one of their best seasons this year. They
were 5th in the league. Tom Eutebach flower-middle! and
Bob Black ftop-rightj are both on board one. Jeff LaDuke
was on board two. Jesse Roberts played on board four. Rick
William and Phil Litaker played boards 5 and 6. Mike Marks
fbottom-lefty and Mike Grauman Qbottom-rightj are pic-
P.A.C. Presenfs: LiHle Women
Flobin Zanger, Valerie Scott and Bev St. John give Holly Hills CU comfort
during Louisa May AIcott's play "Little Women." Robin, Valerie and Bev
gather around the piano while, lan Waite sits patiently on the table 133. ln
shot 34 Bev and Holly look intense with what's going on, on the other side of
the stage. Valerie and Robin take a quick look out the window to see what's
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son of l 1'5. Tom Eutebach C25 swings with
a strong left hand. Paul Meteyer and Jeff
Pollard C33 doubled for more power. Brad
Parwey C45 gets into the game. Dave VanD-
eputte C15 dominates the court.
Who Won Regionals?
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, , and won. They had a season record of 18-9. Their captains were Doug
Greenslate and Joe Kinter C41 Tracy Mitchell Q23 makes a slide to be safe
while at the same time Cameron Karry C33 runs home and scores. Another
point towards SCAL Championship.
social Congratulations to the graduating Seniors of the class of 1978 from the TOP SHOP CREATIVE
J. V. and Frosh Show Sfrong Team Work
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The J.V. baseball team had a great record season of 10-5 and a league record of
9-3. The J.V. team this year had excellent defense and good pitching. Coach Flog-
ers says that part of the fun of coaching this year's team was that they were very
unselfish and several teammates have shown good leadership, there were no cap-
tians this year. When you add all this up you get the J.V. SCAL Champs. Some
great hitting by Bob Black C13 helped unite the team. The pitching by Paul Socia
C43 and catching by Matt Kinter C55 helped the team to become SCAL Champs. The
Frosh team had a season record of 4-6. The captains and most valuable players
are Richard Marcin and Kent Rivard C31 Dave Trubiano C23 really helped the team
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Nafional Honor Society Expands
On Nlay 3 at 7:30 in the Auditorium is where it happened. The National Honor
Society inducted approximately 50 new members. Monika Bengsston C45 played
the guitar for entertainment. The inductees stood to take the pledge 425. Nlr.
McDonald gave a speech as the inductees listen intensely 133,
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This year's 1978 girl's softball team had a record season of 6-18 and a league
record of 5-5. The most valuable player is Eileen Clark and the most improved
player was Michele Balfour. Some great hitting like Janet Neubecker's C15 helps
the team make lots of home runs. Evelyn Haslett C25 tries to make it to second in a
pickle. Cindy Warzyhiak C35 goes for a fly ball. Coach Card shows the team how to
hit? C45 Carol Burkhardt C55 goes to bat after that great demonstration.
SCHURIGS SHOE CLINIC 31 171 23 Mile Rd. Chesterfield Twp. Phone 949-4849 q social f as
Congratulations to the Class of 78 from the SHU BARN, INC. 33149 23 Mile Rd. Chesterfield Mall
Thornfon Wilder Comes fo Uur Town
P.A.C. did a great job on Thornton Wilders t'Our Town." Many hours of hard
work went into the success of the play. The actors and actresses did some really
deep acting which touched the hearts of each person in the audience. Here it is
shown by David Gage, Denise Stephens and Heidi Bayer CU as they pantomime
breakfast. Duffy Ross C23 takes a break during the play while Guy Kaminski C33 pro-
poses to Denise Stephens. Ian Waite did a super job as the stage manager C41
Seniors Say "Pick Me!" in Toronfo
Mr. Abell and Miss Kaufman braved another senior trip to Toronto. Sixty-nine
students and five chaperones took advantage of Toronto's day and night life dur-
ing our beautiful Memorial Day holiday.
Some students Lori Stak, Michelle Burkhardt, Laura Mileski, and Rea Ann Kothe
acted like monkeys C35 as they toured the Toronto zoo. Casa Loma still brought
ooh's and ah's even though it is being reconditioned 129. Georjean Walerych,
Laura Schrage, Denise Stephens, and Tammy Floyd found the tower a good place
to pose. Those who ventured up the CN Tower Cl D and waited for the sun to set got
a spectacular view of the city C51 Between discos people tried unusual food from
Greek to Japanese and were entertained by the hilarious improvisational group,
the Second City Players from which John Belushi and Gilda Fladner rose to Satur-
day Night Live.
The Ontario Place provided mind boggling reflection and cinesphere shows as
well as a cool place to relax during our warm stay.
Even "Mom" Kaufman, CMiss Kaufman's motherj flew in from Florida to join in
the fun. A special thanks to her and friends Gretchen and Dave for putting up with
Elegance and Poise Dominafe Hue Prom
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This year the senior prom was held at Nardos Country Club on May 5th, Seniors
Heidi Bayer and Kelly Woodruff relax with their dates while listening to the band
CU. Sue Flener can't turn down the offer to dance with Rick VanOverbeke CZJ.
Joyce Keiling and Kim Plagens and their dates pose nicely for a group picture 135.
Laura Schrage and Bob Nleldrum get down to the sounds of Bad Axe 145.
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The class of 1978 was the 2nd class to graduate in the new high school gym.
The gym was packed on June 11. It became almost quiet as everyone stood when
the procession started C1 and 25. Then the band played the National Anthem as
everyone remained standing. The very first speech was given by Father Wysocki
155, and after that the senior class co-valedictorian Bill Christie C45 gave his fi
speech. Then Mrs. Westveld introduced the student council. Mrs. Balfour and the
choir did a selection with Mr. Perkins and the theme from Mahogany was sung.
The other coevaledictorian Linda Savoyard C35 gave her speech which was followed
by the band playing the Fifth of Beethoven. Then the salutatorian Jean Schyrnan-
ski gave her speech. Mr. Waldrop asked the school board, Tom Semann and Kathy
Peterson to help present diplomas. Father Wysocki C53 gave his benediction. Then
began the recession for the class of 1978. There were tears, some were happy and
others were sad, after they were in the hall everyone seemed to be relieved.
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THE 1975 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM IN 1978
Back Row: Jerry Steiner, Joe Kinter, Rick Vanoverbeke. Middle: Bill Burkhardt
Gary Hildebrand, Chris Grajeck, Doug Greenslate, Jim Hodson, Chris Barrand
Front: Tim Ryan, Aniello Aprea, Cameron Karry, Jerry Gilmer.
THE 1976 J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM IN 1978
Back: Bill Burkhardt, Gary Hildebrand, Rick VanOverbeke, Doug Greenslate
Coach Perkins. Middle: Ron Abbey, Chris Grajeck, Tim Ryan, Jim Hodson, Miki
Yonka. Front: Bill Thomas, Duffy Ross, Dave Mikulski, Aniello Aprea, Cameron
Karry, Jerry Gilmer.
Lisa Roberts and Nancy Hageman Tom Russell
Kathy Schutt Linda Savoyard
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Mr. Donald G. Ghazal
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Mr. Frank C. Ruzzin
Mrs. June M. Pollard
Mrs. Jena Matthews
24 Years of
School Boa rd
Two members on the board are
retiring after many years of service. Mr.
Louis Gellasch has been on the board for
sixteen years. He has served as Board
President, Vice-President and Treasurer.
Mr. Donald Ghazel has served for eight
years and he's been President for six of
Mr. Louis C. Gellasch them. They will be greatly missed as their
Treasurer contributions to the community have
Mr. Norman Davis Rev. Albert Schinzing
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Transpor+a+ion and Kilchen Help
Pat DeGregory Mae Engel Carol Carpenter Trudy Farley Pat Gallager
Kathy Harnish Pat Jackson Barbara Knect Rickie Lester Mickey Mellon
Robbie Olsen Jean Rickel Jan Ross Anita Schaldenbrand Jan Stuart
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Not Pictured: GROUND MAN Bill Dennis and CUSTODIAN SUPERVISOR Buck Gilliam.
The first bus driver started in 1949. His name is Red Dobson. Besides driving a bus he helps paint the school and clean up the
school in the summer. Many of the students have had Red as a bus driver. So we bid him good-bye and thanks for many years of
work from Anchor Bay.
S Mr. Charles Burch Mrs. Annette Ferraro
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Together at A.B.H.S.
Monika Bengtsson is 19 in a family of seven from Stock-
holm, Sweden. She is not sure whether she likes the United
States yet however she says it has been an experience
indeed. To her it is very different and awfully cold here. For
one example, here the food is different and is fried or is not
very nutritional usually.
The school is different because here you have a choice of
classes. She likes Anchor Bay because there are many good
teachers. The aspects she dislikes are having to have a pass
to go anywhere, no smoking lounge, everything being so
locked up, and the fact that the students have nothing to say
about the way things are working out.
Monika's hobbies are playing the guitar, sailing and all
kinds of other outdoor activities. She's in choir and ensem-
ble here at Anchor Bay. She likes classical music as well as
folk, disco and easy rock.
A foreign exchange is someone who visits our country
from a foreign country. They stay for a school year. Their
purpose is to learn our language customs, and ways of
life. When every student leaves to return home, we hope
they are going with a full understanding of the U.S. and
Tom Lonnroth is from a family of four in Finland and is
eighteen. He likes the United States because there are many
new experiences offered to him. We asked Tom how he felt
were the ways in which the U.S. differed from Finland he
said "the people are nicer and always ready to help but peo-
ple depend too much on cars here, sex isn't as open here,
guys pay for a girl on a date here, people eat and watch T.V.
He likes Anchor Bay because of the many activities and
the different methods of teaching the teachers use. He dis-
likes Anchor Bay because there are no breaks between
classes, he can't go outside, and it feels like he's in a jail.
Tom's Hobbies are photography, soccer, ice hockey and
The food is basically the same here as it is in Finland
except there is a lot of junk food here. He likes big hamburg-
ers here like a "Big Mac."
Tom likes listening to Fleetwood Mac, Chicago, Foreigner,
Queen, E.L.O., and mostly mellow rock.
Monica Pinto is from a family of six in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
She has lived there for fifteen years and has come over to
the United States, in which she enjoys immensely.
Monica likes Anchor Bay especially because of the teach-
ers and classes. A few things she doesn't like about Anchor
Bay, is that "the girls gossip too much" she says and some-
times the food is not to her taste.
For enjoyment she dances and teaches ballet, she even
joined the Spanish Club and she likes any type of music.
Veronica Varela is from Chile. Veronica enjoys swimming,
reading and sleeping. She likes most all types of music and
likes her American mother's cooking. Veronica is an active
member in the Spanish Club. She feels this school is easier
than the school in Chile. In Chile she has 13 classes a year,
but most of the time she likes our school system. The people
in Chile are more romantic, the U.S. people are always think-
ing about money. But all things considered she says, this
year is one of her best, shwill'always treasure and never for-
get Anchor Bay.
Thomas Eutebach is 17 years old and he comes from
Cologne, Germany. He feels there are many impressive
things to see here and that the U.S. is big and has many
places, unlike Germany. The U.S. has more quantity than
quality in his eyes. The only objection to our food is that
most of it is canned or frozen.
As far as school goes he enjoys having a choice of classes,
but does not necessarily agree with the security and regula-
tions. Other than that the school rates as O.K.
During his stay here at Anchor Bay. Thomas is on the bas-
ketball team and chess club. He enjoys wind surfing and lis-
tens to a certain music, depending upon what mood he's in.
"This has been a big experience for me" replies Tom.
Sandy Martinez is from the Philippines. She is sixteen
years old and comes from a family of eight. When asked if
she likes the United States she replied, "Yes, because it is
different and is a really nice experience coming here and
living here." Sandy likes Anchor Bay High because she has
a choice of which subjects, teachers and hours she wants.
She does not like the pass system here or the fact that
Anchor Bay does not have a smoking lounge.
The difference between the U.S. and the Philippines are
the school system, the weather, the customs of the people,
and all the fried foods there are here." replied Sandy. Sandy
enjoys swimming, reading, playing badminton, biking,
drawing and likes to listen to disco music.
Tor Vage is 16 years old and is from Norway. When he was
asked if he likes it in the U.S. he replied, "lt's not bad, really
different. The food is good but there's a lot of junk food,
maybe too much. The school here is too strict it's unreal.
You are locked up in the lunchroom and never have a break
during the day." "lt's too much like a prison." Tor is an
active athlete here and in Norway. He speed skates and ski's
during the winter, runs track, soccer ball and disco dances
during the warmer months. He likes all types of music, from
hard rock to classical and thinks the U.S. is great but is also
looking forward to going home.
Gerd Sarnes is 17 years old and from a family of 6 in West
Germany. In Germany Gerd was a life guard, he taught little
children to swim, he played volleyball and was in the folklore
Not only is Gerd a yearbook photographer but also was
involved in football and was a manager of the volleyball
He has been doing a lot of camping with his American
family on the weekends. In doing so he has had a chance to
see Chicago, Washington D.C., Canada and is planning a
summer trip to Arkansas.
He is enjoying his stay here in America.
I978 Senior Class Song
Theme From Mahogany
Do you know where you're going fo?
Do you like lhe +hings 'I'ha1' life is showing you?
Where are you going +o?
Do you know?
Do you gel' whai' you're hopin' for?
When you look behind you +here's no open door
Wha'I' are you hopin' for?
Do you know?
Once we were sfanding s+ill in +ime
Chasing +he 'faniasies 1'ha+ filled our minds
You know how I loved you
Bu+ my spirii was free
Laughing a+ +he quesfions 'l'ha+ you once asked of me
Do you know where you're going +o?
Do you like 'rhe +hings +he+ life is showing you?
Where are you going fo?
Do you know?
Now looking back a+ all we planned
We lei' so many dreams
Jus+ slip 'rhrough our hands.
Why mus'I' we wai+ so long before we see
How sad 'ihe answer +o 'rhose quesfions can be?
Do you know where you're going lo?
Do you like 'rhe 'ihings fhal' life is showing you?
Where are you going +o?
Do you know?
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JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
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Diane Rickel. Front: Treasurer Annette Debano, Representatives Jay Roberts, and
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SOPHOMORE STUDENT COUNCIL
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Faculty: Making Us Work
Mr. Abell teaches English and Drama. If you can't find him in the theater or
the English office, he might be behind the lens of a camera taking pictures, or
maybe under water scuba diving. Mr. Abell's idea of a student is someone
whose thirst for knowledge cannot be quenched. Mr. Abell also directed the very
successful plays "Little Women" and "Our Town."
Mrs. Appel was a counselor but now she is a vice-principal of the Junior High
School. Her idea of a student is an individual who lives each day to its fullest
extent and not for tomorrow. She enjoys skiing, bridge, travel, golf, and read-
ing. She feels when students get out of school, they can expect a challenge,
opportunities to pursue goals, and freedom to meet and accept responsibility.
lf Mrs. Appelman isn't speaking Spanish in the U.S., she is probably speaking
Spanish in Spain or Latin America because one of her hobbies is traveling.
Besides traveling, she enjoys reading and water skiing. She feels that when stu-
dents have finished school, their chances for employment are better if they
have studied a foreign language.
To relax, Mrs. Balfour fishes, swims and also sews. She enjoys working with
stained, leaded glass and, also, teaching Music Appreciation, Girls' Glee, Junior
Choir and Concert Choir. She also directed "Benefit Night."
Mrs. Bandelean teaches Advanced Composition, Basic Composition, College
Writing and Shakespeare. Mrs. Bandelean also is the English Department Chair-
person and organizes the bi-annual trip to Stratford, Ontario.
l 40 1 Faculty
Mrs. Baur is a counselor. You might also find Mrs. Baur on a basketball court,
knitting, or reading at home. Also she enjoys writing, and craft-making. When
she's not doing her hobbies, you might find her in the woods camping. She
feels that a student is someone who is actively involved in his or her studies,
school, and community activities.
Ms. Beauvais teaches Accounting, Clerical Lab and Typing I. She has many
hobbies which range from reading to traveling. She enjoys swimming, cooking,
skiing, bowling, and sewing. Her idea of a student is one who attends a busi-
ness class to learn a skill that will make that person employable.
Auto Mechanics I and ll are the two courses Mr. Campbell teaches. Outdoor
recreation including hunting, fishing and boating are just a few of the many
activities Mr. Campbell participates in, when he's not teaching. His favorite
sports are golf, racquetball, football and many more.
If you look on a mountain, a race track, or a softball diamond, you might find
Mrs. Card. But at school she is an Algebra I and Pre-Algebra teacher. Her idea
of a student is somebody who wants to learn. Mrs. Card is also the Math Depart-
Basic skills, Freshman English and Practical English are the courses Mrs.
Childs teaches. When she is not teaching, you can find her doing ceramics. As
far as Mrs. Childs is concerned, a good student is one who takes responsibilities
for his studies and classwork. If a student lives up to these responsibilities he
can look forward to a successful future.
Mr. Ciske teaches Government, 20th Century Political Thought, and
Research Methods in Social Science. He has only one hobby, and that is politics.
When Mr. Ciske isn't teaching, he practices law and is involved in political activi-
Faculty X l4l
Mr. Cleverly teaches 10th grade Physical Education, 10th grade Biology, and
Human Physiology with the Juniors and Seniors. When Mr. Cleverly isn't in the
gym or science office, you might see him on the tennis courts or with the track
or cross country teams. You might also see him looking for exotic birds or just
reading. He feels that students can look forward to many years of hard work
when they graduate.
Miss Corder teaches Geometry, Advanced Math I, and Advanced Math ll. She
is on the Bible bowling team and also the Quiz panel that competes over mate-
rial from the Bible. She also enjoys playing the guitar, sews, reads, and likes
embroidery. '1 - . '
Mr. Couto is a Teacher's Assistant for Small Engines. One of his hobbies is
repairing anything that is mechanical. When he is not teaching, he enjoys being
with his family. His idea of a good student is one who really has a desire to
learn. He says that when Va student gets out of school, they can look forward to a
long parade of jobs and when they find the right one they will find happiness.
Mr. Cross is a Drivers Education Teacher and is a Counselor.
Mrs. Eckstein teaches Steno Lab, Typing I and Office Co-op. When students
get out of school, they can expect a big shock.
Mrs. Ford teaches the following classes: Shorthand, Notehand, Personal Typ-
ing and Typing ll.
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Dr. Fowler teaches Chemistry, Physics and Earth Science. One of her favorite
hobbies is tennis which she enioys doing when she is not teaching. Dr. FowIer's
idea of a student is one who is always inquisitive and is always searching for
Mrs. Freedman teaches Reading Lab and 9th Grade English. Her hobbies are
skiing, golfing and going to all types of movies. Her opinion of a student is one who
is self-motivated and achieved. She thinks that students can look forward to a
tough world and no easy breaks after getting out of school.
Mr. Glassford teaches Basic Woods, Wood Tech I, ll, Ill and IV. Some ofhis hob-
bies include coaching football and skiing. When he is not teaching he is usually
doing some kind of construction work. Mr. Glassford's idea of a student is a per-
son that becomes positively involved with the school.
Mr. Jabe teaches Biology and Botany. His hobbies are tennis, snow skiing, hik-
ing and wood working. Mr. Jabe's opinion of a student is a person putting out an
extreme amount of effort to obtain some form of information or skill to help him or
her through life. He thinks that students can look forward to experiences of uncer-
tainty when they get out of school. Mr. Jabe is also one of our wrestling coaches.
Mr. Kalmar teaches Algebra and Pre-algebra. He also collects coins and runs a
bingo in his spare time. He teaches adult education at Lakeview High School. He is
an avid sports fan, presently a football statistician at Lake Shore and Servite High
schools, basketball statistician at Servite, and a track and baseball statistician for
various invitational meets.
Miss Kaufman teaches Reading Lab, Mass Media and Basic Composition. When
she is not teaching she enjoys outdoor activities such as, skiing, hiking and camp-
ing. Anyone who is interested in learning, is Miss Kaufman's idea of a student.
Making many decisions that were usually made for the students is what they have
to look forward to after school.
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Mr. Kenney is our American Studies teacher. He teaches American Studies I,
Il, lV and V. His hobbies include reading, gun shooting and boating. When he is
not teaching he enjoys traveling and relaxing. Mr. Kenney feels that all students
who are prepared have a bright future ahead of them.
Miss Kirst teaches French I, ll, lll, IV Clndividualized Studyb. She took the
French students to France this year, and speaks German, English and French.
Miss Kirst spends the little spare time she has skiing, traveling, dancing and
playing racquet ball. She has been teaching here for five years. When asked
what students have to look forward to after graduation Miss Kirst replied,
"Anchor Bay's students will be facing not only a great deal of responsibility but
also competition in the outside world. Their success will depend largely on how
well they have prepared themselves during high school."
Mr. Kucharski teaches Design, Crafts, Jewelry and Advanced Jewelry. When
he is not teaching Art he is practicing Art with a camera. His favorite hobby is
photography. Mr. Kucharski enioys art to a great extent and 99010 of time he
spends on art.
Mr. Lisica is a Librarian. His hobbies include libraries and philately Cstamp
collectingj. His idea of a stude.nt is one who is curious. Mr. Lisica enjoys resting,
reading and working. When students get out of school Mr. Lisica said they can
expect to survive without friends from High School.
You might find Mr. Loman building or skiing down a mountain or lust reading
because that is what he enioys doing when he is not teaching. Mr. Loman also
coaches football and volleyball. Mr. Loman's idea of a student is an individual
who has the want and desire to learn new things and not a person constantly
trying to defeat the system. Mr. Loman teaches Basic Metals, Machine Technol-
ogy, Basic Wood and Metals Technology.
Mr, MacDonald teaches Psychology, and Sociology. His hobbies are tennis,
reading and yard work, His opinion of a good student is one who has academic
ambitions, or alternatively, values education not for its economic value, but for g
its intrinsic merit.
Mr. Miller teaches Geology and Earth Science. Some of his hobbies are fishing,
golfing, shooting pool and hunting with bow and arrow. The hobby he enjoys the
most is winning at cards. Mr. Miller says that "When a student graduates he can
look forward to experiencing life, its highs and lows, and learning how little any of
us really knows."
Mr. Munson teaches Small Engine Repair and Basic Mechanics. He enioys pho-
tography, silk screen printing and motorcycling.
Miss Nasea teaches Typing I, Exploratory Typing and Shorthand. ln her spare
time, she enjoys playing solitaire, 300 different ways. She also enjoys getting
involved in some of her favorite hobbies such as skiing, playing tennis and raquet-
ball. Her idea of a student is a person that is willing to learn and get involved.
Mrs. Natzke teaches gym. Her idea of a good student is one who tries to improve
him or herself and can accept constructive criticism. When she is not teaching,
she is cleaning house, bowling or swimming. She says when you get out of school
you can expect BILLS!!
Miss Overholser teaches Child Care. Her hobbies are reading, swimming, rac-
quetball, running, backpacking and dancing. She likes to read, write ffor fun and
profitj, and sleep. Her idea of a good student is someone who is cooperative, has a
positive attitude, is responsible and has a sense of humor. She thinks students can
look forward to an increase in self esteem and confidence and a rewarding and sat-
isfying career when they graduate.
Mr. Pancoast is a Teacher Consultant and he also teaches Math and Civics. His
hobbies include photography and camping. His opinion of a good student is one
who gives him 100fXi of his capabilities. ln his spare time he works in his dark
room and plays with his son.
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Mr. Papierski teaches Welding Technology, Machine Technology, Power
Mechanics and Basic Metals. When he isn't teaching, he enjoys golfing, scuba
diving, fishing and camping. Mr. Papierski is a volunteer fireman also.
Mr. G. Perkins teaches Zoology, Biology and Natural History. Besides sailing,
tennis, and skiing, Mr. Perkins enjoys the theatre, opera, designing, and spend-
ing time with his family. He also seeks out new areas in which he feels he needs
developing. His ideal student is someone who asks questions and then waits to
hear the answers. He replies, "Students will find many questions but no one to
give out the answers. If they have the ability to seek their own answers, they will
Mr. L. Perkins teaches Physical Education and Coaches the Junior Varsity
Basketball team. His hobbies are singing, traveling, fishing and coaching.
When he's not teaching, he likes to work at home, do things with his family, and
work with his church. His ideal student is one that can get along with others,
whoever they are. He says students shouldn't expect their future to be handed
to them on a gold platter. Poverty and welfare can be very frustrating.
Mr. Pietrzak teaches Radio and TV Broadcasting, Communications and
Debate. Some of his hobbies are bowling and golfing. His idea of a student is
someone who wants to learn and will work hard to reach his goal.
Mr. Price teaches Algebra I, Business Math and Basic. When he isn't teach-
ing, he enjoys coaching, canoeing, golfing, fishing and camping. He also likes
to participate in pistol target shooting. "A student is one who studies and wants
to get an education, and if they work hard enough, they can go on to bigger and
better things," comments Mr. Price.
Mrs. Reeves teaches Interior Design, Sew Easy and Foods. Her hobbies are
painting and sewing. When she isn't teaching she likes to ski, go camping, go to
parties, and visit with friends. Her idea of a good student is a person that turns.
homework and projects in on time, cooperates at all times and shows interest in
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Mr. Robinet teaches Merchandising l, DE-Co-Op, and he is in charge of our
school store. When he isn't teaching, he enjoys participating in sports, especially
basketball. He also likes to spend time working on his '53 Ford. Mr. Robinet's idea
of a student is one who tries to cut in the lunch line. "When students get out of
school, they'll find a world a whole lot different," comments Mr. Robinet.
Mr. Rogers teaches Minority Cultures, Newspaper and 9th grade English. Some
of Mr. Roger's hobbies are coaching football, officiating, and taking part in politi-
cal activities. His idea of a student is an activist who aggressively goes after his!
her own development as a person.
Mrs. Helene E. Rose, RN., is our Nurses Aide instructor. Boating, fishing and
snow mobiling are lust a few of her hobbies. ln her spare time, she does volunteer
work and pursues whatever sport is in season, as well as spending time with her
Mrs. Ryan teaches Physical Education and coaches Girls' Track. Her hobbies
are oil painting and crafts. When she isn't teaching, she enjoys golf and tennis.
She says that when students get out of school, they can hope to take an important
part in society.
Mr. Scheffels teaches the .lunior and Senior Band. His hobbies are golf, cars-Iso
Rivolta. He likes to listen to music, read, golf, and work on cars when not busy. He
says seniors are going to work hard and have fond memories.
If you want to find Mr. Sealey away from the high school, you might try look
ing in the library, on a baseball diamond, a bowling alley, or even on a golf
course. Mr. Sealey teaches American Studies, Western Civilization, Government
and Economics. His idea of a student is one who is "ready to learn, is prepared
to learn, will not quit in adversity and is willing to learn from his mistakes."
Mr. Serafinski is our first Graphic Arts teacher. He enjoys water and snow ski-
ing, cycling, camping and also sailing. Mr. Serafinski's idea of a 'student' is a
person who wants to learn, therefore we are all students of some kind. He is so
busy we're lucky to have him as a teacher here. He coaches a girls' swim team,
is a Red Cross Safety Programs Instructor in W.S.l., and is a ski patrolman at
Mrs. Shaieb teaches Basic Composition, Vocational English and 9th grade
English. Some of her favorite pastimes are working out at a health club, playing
tennis, skiing and sewing. "Each student can look forward to having the oppor-
tunity to pursue his goals in the areas he chooses, and reaching his own poten-
tial," says Mrs. Shaieb.
Mrs. Sorensen teaches many subjects. They are Pottery, Painting, Drawing,
Sculpture, Commerical Art and Indian Art. She has many hobbies also, such as
sewing, square dancing and enjoys any kind of art. Her idea of a student is a
hard worker, a talented and intelligent person.
Mrs. Sunderland teaches Algebra I and ll. Her idea of what a student should
be is one who strives to reach his highest potential and makes a positive con-
tribution to his class, school, family and community. She enjoys reading about
the latest scientific and medical developments.
Mrs. Taube team-teaches Nurse's Aid with Mrs. Rose. She also teaches
courses at Northern Macomb County Community College.
Mr. Teller teaches one hour of Physical Science, and three hours of Earth Sci,
ence. The rest of his time he spends being active in sports, photography and
reading. He comments that, "Society puts a lot more responsibility on a person
than what was required of him or her in school."
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Mr. Texley is our new counselor. His hobbies are boating, fishing, and hunt-
ing. When he isn't counseling, he attends classes. His idea of a good student is
one who thinks for himself.
Mrs. Trentacoste teaches 9th grade English, Reading and Business English.
She enjoys playing Mah Jong, painting, bowling and sewing. When she's not
teaching, she's visiting friends or working on her house. She believes that a stu-
dent is a composite of the following traits: con-artist, dreamer, genius, procrast-
inator and a seeker of fun.
Mr. Vincent teaches Machine Drawing l and ll, and also Architectural Draw-
ing. He has been teaching here for fifteen years. He believes a student is some-
one who is willing to work and learn. When asked what a graduate has to look
forward to when getting out of school, he replied, "Responsibilities and etc.
Mrs. Wesolowski is one of our English Teachers. She teaches Basic Compos-
ition, Creative Writing and Individualized reading. ln her spare time, she likes to
stain glass, hook rugs, bowl or play Mah Jong. Mrs. Wesolowski's picture of a
student is a 'bundle of energy with a few giggles thrown in.' She thinks that
when students get out of school, they can expect trying to find a job and wishing
they had tried harder in school.
Mrs. West teaches Home Economics. Some of her hobbies include sewing
and gardening. When she isn't teaching she enjoys reading. Her idea of a stu-
dent is an individual in a situation where he or she is permitted to learn what is
being taught. When a student gets out of school, they should be able to accept
the responsibilities of the adult world in which will be a member.
Mrs. Wilkie teaches Physical Science and Earth Science. Her hobbies are
boating, fishing, swimming and ice skating which she enjoys very much. Her
idea of a student is a person that wants to learn.
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Mr. Wisdom teaches the following subjects: Introduction to Social Studies,
American History and Geography. A few of his hobbies are playing chess, and
watching students participate in activities at school. When Mr. Wisdom isn't
teaching he spends time on investments. His idea of a student is a person trying
to acquire knowledge.
Mr. Wojcik teaches Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Algebra Il. He is the freshman
basketball coach and helped coach varsity football this year.
Mrs. Wrosch teaches Pre-Algebra, Algebra ll, and Geometry. When she isn't
teaching she's probably involved with cheerleading or teaching adult education,
or she may be involved with some of her hobbies such as bowling, swimming,
rug hooking or sewing. Her idea of a student is a person who sets aside his
years in high school to look back and reflect on them for wisdom.
Dr. Fowler baffles us with her physics problem.
High bchool Administration
Says Good-Bye +o Mrs. Westveld
Mr. Robert Hodson Mr. Jerry Waldrop Mr. Jim Feldkamp
Principal Ass't Principal Athletic Director
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Mrs. Barbera Doll Mrs. Dorthy Thomas Mrs. Jeanine Bardy
Secretary Secretary Counseling Secretary
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Mrs. Jean Westveld has
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Anchor Bay staff for
twenty-tive years. She has
served as a teacher, coun-
selor, and more recently as
we all know her now, vice-
principal. She has helped
out with many activities
and directed all night hap-
penings in the school. Mrs.
Westveld deserves all the
recognition in the world,
and we will miss her
greatly. Thank you Mrs.
Westveld for your years at
Mrs. S. Jean Westveld
Dr. Elkins Bruce Mr. James Meli Mr. Joeseph Farr Susan Chio
Superintendent Ass't Superintendent Director of Personnel Bookkeeper
Patricia Gendernalik Patricia Polak Nancy Reyes Adelaide Gagnon
Secretary Secretary Secretary Bookkeeper
lla Heinemann Joyce Steffen Sheila Perry Irene Bryeans
Bookkeeper Bookkeeper Bookkeeper Secretary
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Janene Pollard, Jackie Popour, Lynn Holzhauer,
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lett, Carol Schwartz, Deneen Trombly,
Sue Walbecq, Dawn Davis, Cathy
Peterson, Sherry Messer, Janet Bickel
Cbat girlj. Back Flow: Kelly Pagels,
Rhonda Wheeler, Eileen Clark, Sherry
Beindit, Cindy Wawrzyniak, Wanda
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Meteyer. Kneeling: Angela Heffernan,
Paul Meteyer, Sid VanAssche, Earl
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Gabler, Kathy Kaherl, Cindy Struzyn-
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Woodruff, Lisa McDermott, Virginia
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Back Row: Aggie Shaw, Heidi Knapp,
Cindy Struzynski, Linda Kunath, Julie
Pfeiffer, Sue Baro, Lori Furton, Shari
Gast. Middle Row: Merrit Balfour, Tra-
cie Rettell, Sharon Semaan, Liz Green,
Debbie Reichenbach, Kelly Wolschon,
Tracy Golembieski. Front Row: Julie
Rivard, Lisa Tysar, Mindy Donovan,
Betsy Marushak, Dawn Davis.
Back Row: Colleen Shipp, Dean
Toward, John Parnick, Glenn Meld-
rum, Bret Boschma, Len Schneider,
Chris Hishon, Bob Kuzminski, Chris
Michyluk, Jay Kralik, Randy Sliva, Pat
Bing, Keith Spranger, Ray Ameel, Jim
Geier, Tom Hunt, Doug Lowe, Steve
Baker, Jim Parnick, Dale Toward,
Ralph McDowell. Front Row: Coach
Cleverly, Jim Holt, Chris Grajeck,
Duffy Ross, Matt Sliva, Neal Toward,
Mike Yonka, Ken Hopkins, Ron Abbey,
Back Row: Terry Trubiano, Kim Nixon,
Vivian Abbey, Robin Zanger, Lisa
Schrage, Jackie Pollard, Kathy
Schnieder, Kari Dunlap, Kim Schmid,
Karen Goldenbogen. Middle: Robin
Woodruff, Pam Smith, Gale Schehe,
Bridget Bayer, Debbie McKinnon,
JoAnn Biebuyck, Monique Dermaux,
Leslie Burgess, Cindy Strother. Bot-
tom: Mary Burkhardt, Caroline Gol-
denbogen, Janene Pollard, Tracie Ret-
tell, Linda Humphrey, Laura Caroth-
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Christie, Denise Stephens, Jorge
Sariol, Lisa Mikolowski, Bill Thomas,
Tom Meldrum, Scot, Bruce, Dean
Toward. Front Row: Mrs. Appelman,
Jon Bruce, Monica Pinto, Karen
Hoppa, Colleen Shipp, Mary Hayman,
Evelyn Lanman, Linda Savoyard.
Back Row: Jerry Tatton, Mary
Westerman, Becky Evola, Beth Sperry,
Carol Klonowski, Deanna Williams,
Mary Jordan, Paul VanAssche, Don
Gaston. Third Row: Miss Kirst, Leanne
Leashbrook, Randi Smith, Carolyn
Goldenbogen, Liz Green, Lynne
Rivard, Mark Major, Carol Schwartz,
Laura Cichecki, Patti VanNuck, Linda
Goerlich, Dave Ramales, Kathy
Hammond. Second Row: Becky
Woytek, Lori Osogin, Amy Rice,
Back Row: N. Billock, B. Eppler, L.
Schrage, P. Meteyer, H. Hills, D.
Ghazel, B. Christie, I. Waite, K.
Schmid, D. Greenslate, K. Dunlap, L.
Schrage, C. Lochner, D. Steffe. Middle
Row: L. Rifenburg, L. Savoyard, P.
Krol, J. Schymanski, D. Ramales, C.
Sakuta, L. Mikolowski, T. Ryan, D.
Rose, D. VanWinkle. Front Row: D.
Stephens, A. Debano, C. Schmid, C.
Jeroue, S. DeSelm, L. Gast, K. Paul,
M. Grauman, D. Gillman, R.
Pierskalla, L. Goerlich. Kneeling: M.
Hayman, M. Silva, L. Kunath, G.
Steffen, M. Melkerson, P. Black, E.
Back Row: Jesse Roberts, Jim Moore,
Mike Grauman, Ron Abbey. Front
Row: Lisa Mikolowski, Ed Harris, Phil
Litaker, Bill Learst, Rick Williams,
Larry Gast. Seated: Robert Black, Tom
Eutebach. Not Pictured: Mr. Sealy
'78 Anchor Staff
Front: Evelyn Lanman, Co-Editor. Mid-
dle Row: Marge Lanman, Karrie Militz,
Yolanda Scott, Miss Kaufman, Advi-
sor, Mr. Abell, Mary Westerman,
Bridget Bayer, lan Waite. Far Back
Row: Brian Parenteau, Bill Thomas,
Co-Editor, Gerd Sarnes. Missing: Patti
Gazdick, Sheree Hutchison, Tor Vage,
Jim Hodson, Lisa Mikolowski, Gayla
Back Row: T. Metinger, D. Gregory, S.
Messer, B. Bayer, K. Lodrick, C. Koe-
nigseker, L. Green, C. Bing. Middle
Row: Miss Kaufman Cadvisorb, I.
Waite, S. Loveless, D. Kowalski, L.
Harrison, M. Westerman, K. Gilewski,
K. Beller, L. Schrage, G. Bosel, Fl.
Gabler, D. Ross, M. Jordan, C. Grajek,
K. Schmidt, M. Hodson, H. Hills, A.
McGonnigal, S. Wisuri, Mrs. Card, L.
Lashbrook, D. Williams, T. Pearson, K.
Hammond, Mrs. Cochran. Kneeling:
N. Floss, J. Kieling, T. Vage, B. Paren-
teau, L. Savoyard, D. Ramales, L.
Schrage, K. Shlmeyer, J. Tolman, S.
Kowalski, S. VanAssche.
Standing: Dr. Fowler, J. Teller, G. Sar-
iol, N. Billock, C. LeMire, M. Jordan, L.
Mikolowski, L. Miller, M. Hodson, C.
Christie, P. LeRoy, A. Orta, D.
Ramales, S. Winther, N. Moore, M.
Westermann, L. Veith, L. Pesta, Mr.
Waldrop. Kneeling: P. Meteyer, L.
Goerlich, D. Ghazel, V. Gendernalik, L.
Fiivard, M. Lashbrook,
Our Town Cast
Back Row: A. Rice, S. Martinez, T.
Trubiano, L. Kunath, E. Dreschel, R.
Abbey, P. Schmidt, M. Lashbrook, D.
Aubel, P. Krol, H. Bayer. Middle Row:
J. Neubecker, P. VanAssche, P.
McCarthy, J. VanOverbeke, D. Floss
H. Hills, G. Kaminski, D. Stephens.
Seated: I. Waite, R. Floyd, T. Lienert
Sitting: Evelyn Lanman, Janine Tolman,
Lisa Mikolowski, Sue Wisuri, Lynne
Rivard Ccaptainj. Standing: Bob Scruggs,
Mary Hayman, Mary Sue Lochner, Karen
Hoppa, Sue Patterson, Laura Cichecki,
Paul VanAssche, Coach Mr. Pietzak, Tim
Back Row: Carrie Eslinger, Jim Stone,
Donna Burns. Third Row: Kay Stephens,
Anita Brooks, Wendy Cole, Cathy
Rudiger, Leslie Pesta, Lisa Schrage,
Mary Westermann, Leonard Xerri.
Second Row: Kim Power, Babette Barry,
Carolyn Moran, Mindy Donvan, Rochelle
Gibeau, Chris Eslinger, Erin Zanger,
Karen Brown. First Row: Mr. Kucharski,
Amy Rice, Michelle Fournier, Lynn
Schrage. Front: Laura Schrage.
Back Row: Wendy Coal, Julie Lenhausen,
Anita Jo Brooks, Joyce Burns, Lori Stak,
Karrie Militz, Kathy Kolarich, Cindy
Christie, Collette Urchavich, Lisa Harri-
son, Debbie Rludolph, Cindy Strother,
Karla Haas, Becky Woytek. Second Row:
Cathy Rudiger, Sandy Drezynski, Vicky
Culley, Jane Huwe, Mary Johnson,
Sharon Semaan, Rosemary Kish, Lynn
Holzhauer, Kelly Johnson, Tim Allord,
Mary Lochner. Front Row: Mary Jordan,
Margie Woytek, Lois Leaver, Cathy Jer-
oue, Coreen McKeever, Bill Christie,
Nora Moore, Zelma Defever.
Anchor Bay Today
Standing: Cindy Oftenbacher, Bev St.
John, Anne Maire Eggert, Helen Dawn
Oleski, Mike Marks, Yolanda Scott, Ken
Schnieder, Kim Tremlin, Lee Cole. Sit-
ting: Rick Stephens, Beth Rice.
Abbey,R0H': X 01 1
Band 1, 2, 53 ck2 4
2, 3, 4, Eemian 2,
Bauer Bart 42 75
FootbaII1 2 3 4 Track1 Baskett,
balI1 2 Class Royalty4 f
Bayer He1d186 88 101 164
Drama1 Cho1r2 TA 1 Girls Basm
ketball 3 Class Officers 1
, ciubz 1 1
f'Borke, Mike 102 1
piub 2, sm Club
f-92, 3, 4,
'BOEC 4, N.H.S.
Q, 3, T.A. 4,
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Louise 25, 1
2 Bruce 102
--Off' Asst. 1 T.A.
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Band 1, Ski Club 2, T.A. 4
Wreqig 1, Art Club 2
ennis 3, 4
choir 1, T.A. 4, Track 1, 2 f'2'??5-its
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ardt Bill , 43, 44,
keiban 11PQ,m3f 4, T.A.,,4,,,aaae-
so 7 i ' in 4
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Dunlap, Kari 29, 44, 103, 163, 159
Track 2,1 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Student
Dupell, Kevin 103, 153
Library Asst 4
,4, 4 vgdgtbal1f12.gECiatss EQQGYLAHH Marie 103. 155
alfy 4, Qhoghg Newspaper 3, 4, Yearbook 1, N.H.S.
, 2 D' ill 7 . ,lrs 3' , - 4. Office Asst. 2
1 Joyce s 51014 103
's - -i-1 1 aaas. - f 3, 152 i,' seball 1, 2, Wrestling 1
' ,. Barbara E d -" Q
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""i"' . bers Scogfkfli iiiii ip' iil' A 1 it
Bellomo, Debbie 1
Basketball 1, 2, 3, T.A. 4
Bengtsson, Monika 97, 101, 159
Drama 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Skiing 1,
166 I Senior Index
2, 3, Baseball 3, 4, Year-
Golf4 Track 1
2, 3, Ski Club 2 1'
Rene 4m O3
Huljttham, Marki105, 1
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Foo, l4mt ,twig
Chess 4, Spanish
Tennis Aff Club 1,
ljeinzm 1 ,Jeq 104, 153
TA 43013 '
105 . 3
1 3 Class Offic 1 Chi Cho" 1' 2' 3' 4' B059 4'
J 1 Knapp. Laura 106
MZrk32g746-tg 3 , Choir 1
Karry, Cameron 42, 43, 90,11 , ,
3 Basketball 1, 2, Football 2, 3, Base-
88 TV . f . 1 1'1
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Kipke, Patricia 106, 159
Asst. 3, TWtW4,,.D.Cb31e 3
T.A'. 3, cadet
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Ski Club 1, 2 Mille
Nlarcero, Theresa 106, 125
3, BOEC 3' 4, Marten, Donna 89, 107, 89
Track 2, Cheerleader 2, Class
3, T.A. 4
Kolhgc 76' 87' 106' 154' Martinez, Sandy 99, 107, 164
1, 2, 3, 4, T.A. 4, Class QftdC'Utb4l' 2' D'am31'fl ' E
Royalt 4 , U en r",, 1 ,,
Kan, ,' ' t " 048112, Alicia 'f'l'll
-I 3 If - Maxwell, Dawn 43, 107
Kraus' Bob 4 Class Rep. 2, 3, T.A. 4 ,,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.s. 3, 4, T.A. 4 McHOne,Mary107
Krueger, Kevin 106 Mclntre' Jay 107
Kuzminski, Len 106
Track 1' 4' Footban 1 McKeever, Coreen 107
, Laouke, Jeff 1025
Chess Club 4, Ten
4, Cross Country 2
LaLonde, Jerry 106
nis 1, Track 2, 3
Lamar, Denise 25, 106
Lanman, Mar e 105
Drill Team 4, Yearbook 3, 4
La ntz, Kath 106
2, 3, 4
Y 5 Messer,
Latham, Kevin 44, 91
Leavgr, Lois 106, 165
Lemife, Cathy 106, 164
V0lleyball,3, Ski Club 4, Service
Club 4, Band 1, Co-op 4, T.A. 4
BOEC 2, 4
Lewis, Ruth 106
Lonnrqm, 54, 97, 106
lg' Ski Club 4, Track 2
j Lucardie Ed
Lynch, Darlene 106
' T.A. 4
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k R.0.T.C. 1, 2, 3, Newspapeffl
Team 1, 2, Chess Club 1
1568 f Senior lndox
0 Toole Cindy 108
Cindy 44, 1
1, Track 1
18, 87, 107, 153, 87
69, 70, 77,
Officer 4, Soft-
3, Volleyball 3,
grin' -141 11
1, 2, Cheerleading 2 ,,,,-g'3,""5g..,
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Chess GI p
Fournier 153 1
1 15, 165
Judith 115, 153
Darby, AI 122 3
Debano, Annette 11 , , 155, 163
Defever, Zelma UQ,
Dekker, Jerry 49, 50, 1 , 154, 156,
78 158 5 Ry5a61il011r1s 52, 120
scnmsiiacynrhaa 120, 163
Schm1cffKimberIy 22, 52, 120, 154,
Seigngi ,,, i , nd 120, 159
Senopold 1 20, 1 53
Shelton? 1 20
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Suarez, AntQ17t121g 1, .
Suess, DQuQlasf1'22jj , 31 YQ
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121,,5158, 163 '
Janice 30, 113, 121,
' kenberge, Kurt 21, 128
, Stacy 128 155 E'
-Roberts, Jesse 1 163
' Roberts, Julie 1
Rose, Gary 128
Rosin, Greg 128
Ross, Stacy 128, 164
wow, Sheryl 55, 62, 128
delph, aebbie 128 6
Ridolph, icharqL1,28, 165
hlman Ja 28 ' A
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Smith, Andy 129
Smith, Randi 163,
Smith, Sue 129
Snyder, Gene 129
, Ken 129
Dennis 128, 158
Donna 129 '
Janet 129 .2
Sandy 52, 1
Tysar, Lisa 1
VanSullen, Tom 129
Vieth, Lois 129, 164
Waller? J, 30
allefsf A L ,,1k,,1,29,
wrzyfi a , itii ur 129
Wayne, Rrry 12 '
WelIma1s?Dorie 29, 157
Wellman, Phill' 130
West, , 130
Westerm Mary 55, 123,
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Bair, artin 138
Blum, Joe 132 is
Blunden, Tanya 132 F
Bode,kep132,1 4 , ,.,,,. 1
Books, John 1 -Q
Bowman, B ' 32 1
Brooks, A 1 ,: W
Brown, Ka 165 at A
Brown, Larry if Q 1
Brown, Shelley 1 T82
Br wning, Kathy 132
si'qrJon 29, 131, 132,1'56, 158,
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Brumm, Jimmy 132 gl
Bryant, Caro1 132
Buccellato, Peter 132
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Cavanaugh, Brian 1
4 Chambers, Tim 132
Corner, Charles 1
ers, Jim 132
avid, Darlene 133, 154
Davis, Tom 133
ano, Dan 133
, Cathy 133
,Halt, Debbie 134
Hammond, Kathy 134, 1 3, 164
Hanna, Ken 134 K ka-nm
Harris, Tim 134
Hayman, John 134, 158
Hengyf Dan 134
Higgins, Charles 134
Hilborn, Desiree 134
Hill, Renee 134
Hills, James 134 3
Hodson, Mary Lou 29, 131, 1 ,, - f'
Hogan, Dave 134 ' 'A 1 1
Homier, Tom 134 i Q
Horian, Jim 134 F14 g P
Horne, Sonya 134, 154
Hornibrook, Kathy 134
Howcroft, Dale 134
Hunt, Tom 134, 159
Hurst, Barbara 134
Huwe, Jackie 134
Jackson, Danny 1,34
Jensen, in y 138
Johns, Dena 134
Johns, Durenda 134
Johnson, Kelly 134, 165
Joles, Nancy 134
w:if1.fiMeldru m, Glenn 135, 1
McCulIa, Kathy 135
McGonnigal, Ann Marie 135 164
Mecum, Tamela 1
Men, Jim 135
Mellon, Teresa 135, 1
,fgHiQ5qyluk, Chris 135, 1
yicy ,C 1 i, Duane 135
Miner, Mike T 4,
Mink, Sue 135 f X i: 1
Moore 5renda 135
KandIer,Steven1 Mitchell Tom1
Kapdistrias M ,L 135 1
Kar , 5 V58 oore, arry 5
Kavg Nloore, Linda 135
au, M Moore, Michele 135, 153 iq 1
',VYVA H Eioofg l I 135
Keller ilil 4 e or y nnon135
7 r 135, 16
Wi em Jim 135 15
Cindy134, 154 Natzke, Linda 135
Nixon, Kim 135, 159
Nofs, Stephen 135
Norberg, Lorrain 135
Novak, Steven 1
Oden, Robin 1
Murray, Kim 135 ,
dolski, Joe 135
rkevich, Randy 135
Wilbur, Mike 137
Williams, Laura 137
'lliams Lisa 137
David A. Koch
The end of the book is here,
It tells a little of what happened this year,
Whether you dribbled a basketball or kicked a football,
or ran track, or played on a baseball field way in back,
Some students took an academic look
And they are also in this book.
Not just athletes, not just scholars.
This book is for you to remember,
The test the freshmen had to take,
The sophomores' float that was hard to make,
The money the juniors raised of the Prom date,
Also don't forget the seniors vs. faculty basketball game
Who really got raked?
All four grades are Together Again
And now, this book is at its end.
By Evelyn Lanman
The final page of the 1977-78 Anchor was submitted on June 23, 1978. Many unusual ideas are employed in this book
including a new delivery date. I hope the summer reunion was fun.
There is one special person who taught the photographers most of what they know, substituted for them at a moment's
notice, and in general held me together during numerous crucial periods during the past four years. He gets no pay, no
credit, and very little thanks except when he looks through this book and sees the expertise of his students. Thank you so
much J. P. Abell.
Working on this staff for the last four years has made me scream, cry, laugh, and most of all beam with pride when l see
the finished product and think back on the year and how hard everyone worked. The 77-78 staff had to cope with a room
change, new publisher, and more students. They worked endless hours after school and in the summer. I know their efforts
created the best "Anchor" yet. l'm proud to say that the following people designed, wrote, and produced the 1978 Anchor:
Co-Editors Staff Yolanda Scott Photographers
Bill Thomas Marge Lanman Patti Gazdick Brian Parenteau
Evelyn Lanman Bridget Bayer Mary Westermann Gerd Sarnes
Sheree Hutchison Karrie Militz Tor Vage
Thanks for a great year - Miss Karen Kaufman, Advisor
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