Annapolis High School - Catamount Yearbook (Dearborn Heights, MI)

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Li ng. 1'gQmA BEGINNINGS When I m with you It doesn t really matter where we are Or what we re doin I m with you that s all that matters Time passes much too quickly When we re together laughing I Wish I could sing it to you I wish I could sing it to you Mostly I m silent Silent Only the beginning of what I feel forever Only the beginnings, Only the beginnings. When I kiss you, I feel a thousand different feelingsg I The colors of chills all over my body. And when I feel them, I quickly try to decide which one I should try to put into Wordsg Try to put into words. Lyrics and music by CHICAGO Used by permission. Q W ill Wihl!IlE Do you know where you're going to? Do you like the things that life is showing you? Where are you go- ing to, do you know? Do you get what you're hoping for? When you look behind you there's no open door. What are you hoping for, do you know? Once we were standing still in time, chasing the fantasies that filled our minds. And you knew how I loved you but my spirit was free, laughing at the questions that you once asked of me. Do you know where you're going to? Do you like the things that life is showing you? Where are you going to, do you know? Now looking back at all we planned, we let so many dreams just slip through our hands. Why must we wait so long before we see how sad the answers to those questions can be? "THEME FROM MAHOGANY fDO YOU KNOW WHERE YOU'RE GOING TOY' Words and Music by Gerry Goffin and Mike Masser. Copyright 1973 by screen Gems-EMI Music Inc. and jobet Music Co. , Inc. Under U.C.C. Copyright 1975 by screen Gems-EMI Music Inc. and Jobet Music Co. , Inc. Used by Permission, all rights reserved. . C. C? L If 9 ff va... 'kr' , , ud- .ml 9 ,fu " emi? . 40. A R ,ws kd' s-' 'df 'a l'1, J .bf f 1 . fx I, ,, 4' 5 'sl sq- "s.... MQ, Nqr" 1 Gig, fricfinpf Caward lluiiy And .ffifcellcnce This past year the Senior Class proved to be a great asset to Annapolis High School. The seniors have enjoyed sponsoring many school activities to build school enthusiasm, such as recreation nights and the unforgetable camping trip and hayrides. Plans for Homecoming '76' began the summer before school opened, and as Homecoming approached, second place became acceptable to the class. During Pride Week in the month of February, the sen- iors sponsored a mix-and match day and a tug-of-war. ,,,,f,y 2.2. This years' senior prom was held in the month of Senior class sponsor, and Vocational Printing instructor, Mr. William Dyda. May at the Hilton Inn. I ,.,NAPoLvs e 'TT X g, l N l X, ' A il 1 ,g 1' W 55 i xt 5 ! -ef CV TOP ROW: Carrie Patrick, Sue Anton, Bob Benge, Martin Kendra, Michelle Wojtas, jim Jacek, Mary Gabourie, SECOND ROW: Len Agius, jill Vaughan, Terri Chretien, jerry Briolat, Janice Sargent, Sherry Reginek, Sue jentz, THIRD ROW: Nancy Morin, Greg Trimble, Debbie Nagy, Denise McDermott, Steve Marx, Sandy Bertolini, Ann Farkas, FOURTH ROW: Neal Baumgartner, Kathy Sullivan, Vera Justice, julie Lafferty, BOTTOM ROW: Mr. William Dyda, Lynne Parshall, Dave McDermott, Kathy Vecchioni. S x Offieers Make "7 7 " Che l6'eef lfeezr Ever 2282930 Dave McDermott thinks back of his past years Lynne Parshall thinks of better things to do with the senior class money. as Sen-101' C1255 Pfesldent- ' 1 s 1 -.Hao Y Secretary of the senior class, Kathy Vecchioni, makes an important call for Dave McDermott. W 7 anim' PHIL Kas! Of '7 7 ' J Most Spirited: Ann Farkas, Dave McDermott. Class Couple: Debbie Ouellette, Gary Lang. LL 'E-5? l'. X ll' , ,I" ,xx WX , , 11- nxss ' w Q s 0 r O' 0 'o Most Athletic: Ami Harris, Neal Baumgartner. Afa 'J S A y . i xv Prettiest Eyes: Sandy Bertolini, Greg Davis. Friendliest: Nancy Morin, Jerry Briolat. Class Partiers: Beth Henterly, Tim Kehoe. Class Flirtsz Diane Winslow, Marty Kendra. Best Leader: Kathy Vecchioni, Dave McDermott. I 2 sa g . i 4 :qs flff X Best Dressed: Steve Amroian, Lynne Parshall. Class Clowns: jill Vaughan, Steve Marx. Preparing Har Zflrrurzry Pride Week Martin Kendra prepares to adjust offset press in printing 586. Casmir Suchyta starts a pep rally with our anthem. ,L . . . TX 1 5 Group of seniors wait for the Homecoming pep rally to begin. Frank Fedel works hard to be one of the top runners i 'z 1 E? jim Peters displays his involvement in Varsity athletics. 5 Pat f'l"yronej Hill runs a streak burning Oak Park defenders Lori Chilcote and Tony Marijanovich caught in lovers' lane. Publications students take a break after a hand deadline. The true face of defeat, expressed by Brian Goodreau. H K X w 1 ,f X! 31? 1-Q . r 'ees--f Liz Davis returns books for Mrs. Cass in the library. Flirtations Bob Ingram prepares to attack his next victim Gary Tessmar and Sue Perkins are both active school members. Spirit ls' ,fllizfe Cougar, Vera justice, inspires pride in the crowd. Senior Kathy Cooper, smiles before going to work at ACE Bob McCartney, Lynne Parshall, and Don Trimble show Y their pride by making flowers for the senior float. Seniors firing up for the 1977 Winter Sports pep rally. 911655 ,find Flaws C11 Kemcmber Marty "The Flasher" Kendra says, "Come and get me girls!" Steve Amroian makes his entrance at the pep rally. :tag 'F - J n ll , , uk Y 1 Barb Babosh tells Robbi Bianucci, "Sorry, Robbi, but you're just not the same as the Fonz! " janet Henson thinks, "I could have danced all nightl' Barb Knamiller and Liz Davis watch a pep rally skit. Greg Franklin thinks about the big weekend he has planned. Dave Dieson asks, "Does anybody need a hand?" ' 1 r 1 , . Q1 . QP ' 'E fr, 'K .nl QQY4., N wt' f TP' ff ' .4 X l ! kai l,e f' .51 - .gg J ' tgiiif f i, Lorie Ouellette and Kathy Edwards take a breather from Bob Benge displays his true self at the Halloween dance. sewing . Ax 1 Bob Short, Varsity Football player, is caught first hour with Office Assistant, Diane Winslow. joe Karoub and Homecoming Queen Candidate Sue Perkins are caught in the halls before Public Speaking class. Days kemlled . . . Mark Miruzzi and Kim Pinson seem to enjoy being together dLu'ing school. ,fffgg 0 Nick DeBcno, Varsity Basketball player, seems eager to start practice. 1 4 A I 11211 'Q' ir-' 'IL-" THOMAS BIAKLEY KATHY BLANKENSI-HP KENNETH BLAZE JUDY BOLING GERALD BOOZA ROBIN BORN DIANA BOSWELI. JOANN BRANTON Q.. ERIC BREWER GARY BRIDGEMAN VICKIE BRIDGEMAN JERRY BRIOLAT HCT? C s DAN BROWN RICHARD BROWN ROSE BRUETTE CYNTHIA BUDZIK 'k ik 1... DAN BUNN TIMOTHY BURKE ANNETTE BURTON RONALD BUSHNELL AR' 'Ui A L- 51-5-T RITA BUTLER VICKY BYRNE KURT CAFINI BRENT CAMPBELL Q r IIT." iv-v-" , 'v I1 5 , JOHN CAMPBELL BECKY CARROLL DINA CARUSO LINDA CATKA Q3-Z, cg, 9 MARY CAUCHI SUSAN CEBULA PATRICLA CETNAR DARLENE CI-IAPUT W 1' 3- QF' 3 W i Q- , 54 Ei? ,gi In X -4- . Wim: ww S! 'iw H 5 X -.- .fr , .M W f 1. Zi "4 .5 ,V 1 by .AL , f., XA 1:9-J ,il --191' ,E qi. -'IQ F ,:wm,,M . v H-- W T , my N N H- lm -' ,, ,I ,W im H f,i, ,! x ., A ' 11. , .ww fx 4. I D- PLg',,fszw . 'EP' 2. Nw 4- W' ,, 29" L 11 it w! ,MER - -14 1 , fx 1 T . 7,51 'UU' , '4 . ,J ., - , X 1 'fin r ' - WH'4?v14, I , Y 5 ,. it . Q-Q , .f Sew 2 sw Q K Y- , If .M :. ' if SW'N-R, 31 ,.., 73 I! .E rv-'Z , .49 ,W f. , 'f fl L1 j H 0 M W ,pi A ' uw x M 'MH ., Q L iu a ,J 1 32 Y, 3 .725 1 , nf? " 1 1 -f ui 1 'E ff' ' g , -f 'L ,9-, X :Riser if ,, - , 'fs-D "1 mx N -21: ' as ML." ii, N ,f-F, ,W x ff --23, ,vii-474 , , H 1 Q 4 dw I 'rf El , lv? A TE' 1 will' 1 Y ,, 'R- 'Y x. 'AW W! 1 Q! YNNN ,ig Z A' 'L it U , ' vu 'gall 'f " i'1gfg " ,, 1,2 - UH A ,,NN V ,, -.1 jx. xx., . F' XN L? -. A1 - if x - Z 14 115 ' 3 f R we W? 9? X. P .J-,A :LK fx' 5 v -L' YZQ -1-IL, x , K Q, gh 3 3 if in ff? .P N 'X O , ,V lk I Paul Thomas listens as Alicia Suggs talks. Cheryl Reginek has secret thoughts before class. Karen Fowler and Brad DePoole show togetherness during club meeting. f H J- ' E ww A 5 ,, . ' ,., Y r rrr' gi - G' v, rv 35 1 ,' in :viii , i Q I sl,,l, e ll" lel'e I will g is 'nz'-Z,,,..k Y wg, ' ,V .Whig 1 f f' V F Kathy Cooper and Brian Goodreau spend much time togeth- ST, Debbie Nagy, one of our many art students, cleans up. Diana Cossu constructing a new modular design in art class I , ,W 3 K x . I a Y -5 is M. Q 469: - .s ,, 4, Q H -lm ,M, W xiii'- R, 'T' nM?M T"'xs'iR- 5 , ww , X x ,,., HE L- mW 1 X,l .,,. ,E . 21, -4 f 'mf 5 ?i'i , .X V 7,1-V ,-4. ,, ,. i Hx. ' if . :ml 4 M. 4' -wreak A -V9 f' -f"'..!'3f ri Lf ,. X WF 'K ,L ,- .v ", -at w fr-' , 1, . , -3, ' i iff X X Zfimc is Slipping lute U16 Zufurel The Girls Varsity Basketball Team not only unite as a strong team this year, but as long lasting friends forever. Today, the true Carrie Patrick reveals herself L . f ' Q ' V if X I -1 M ul, X I X Ny, is J .- I" K ffm.. Leslie Nowak takes a quick dip into the cold water. Bob Short, Nancy Morin both enjoy skiing activites Pat Hill and Gary Tessmar with the help of a few teammates argue with the referee's previous call in a game with Woodhaven. .iv Nw, . ,Q 5 n, 50 .A , X .,. , . - janet Henson is determined to fluff Out the ClOW1'1'S fllmmy. Publication students looking toward the uncertain future they will soon face. 29' mi ' X ft' V. f Q "B'j 5 W w." ' lf 'lllv f ,ak ,. In 5- A- px 4257! H-4, f ' ,Q ,J , 'ffl 4 35 J -11' -qv '7 Y ""fm-fp 1 .ix 29, X 1,1 tx, 1 'Ffa 1 fd-3 Y, ,GET "'-' 43, N 51,5-v .-5' . I wmv , if QE 3 m W" rs ' X Lx g 'wif 1 , .. ,. -V ' A W ,fc . Y H: fa -2, ., 11, , X AX ,N 1 fi 1:- xlnav , 1 L ,CJK ECI' sfefm 'L - . 3 is xr 1 WWW 1 X ' FT . W 4 V ' 1 , 'Mf- ih if 3 :YE u -U 13 . x-R . .f 5' v' ,gig V533 Vi' 4'1" 'E ...A 'F ' .TE-W J YMEV A 1. 'if WMP, ,. sea , . . wk s 9 I Sfmijy .Q I Diane Mclnnes patiently puts down a base coat. Debbie Kalmar pricks her finger as she pins her pattern I ogy 'K va Bill "Pruet't" Gizegorczyk checks out the time. Doris I-Iix and Debbie Hubbard study with a smile. aw, .ue- , gf ! f ,fx , -mx - . R5 15 " "il If VY , E A , W W i!1-QM A If D ON S LOAN , , gg J if , y, f I AN , 7 , g A 9 :S -ll . -4.1 , , 2 2 Ak UN im, i 4 -N f . mf ' X- ' se. ' H ' i , he ' a,,Q.,m Y .g 4 ii :W ,,- 2 A555 'x' A fl " ' w "W U ' W f' ' W f MfF vu X?- Q ., X, 5? S1 .gf ..- -, , V as ,igfj M 7, , ,, p if fi. 5 W" - ' .wrf ' V' V ,,f, H WM! W Mx, . Mf x w A ,M X W! W 'Wm + -ru 1' 'wwf vii 1 ,,..W1 -mf? www' 1 '. K 1 nw' - :ar- .vx zu -in 1-.IA 'smwf , A-. 4 L4-J 'a i w x ' ' f 1 1 4' K -,317 1 Q Nqr' . ,Q , Liiijuz f- " 'As' 1 D Q L 185 1 ' 'WU , Q' M 5 1- -- Q, yo-gy. 'N 'Will' lvl" M Ted Traskos keeps a watchful eye out for new sophomore girls. Seniors watch various class skits at October pep rally. john Campbell's mechanic skill in Bob Ingram preparing to take off Automotive 3-4. for Human Relations Retreat. Crfgfrfher Dianne Miller looks alive as her Decorating class begins. Terri Chretien relaxing before basketball practice. In Our ,Ca I llefzr janet Henson takes a break while working as an Office Assistant. '71 ,'- 3, r 1 1, 'nn' . ' ', ' J l 'gn A Vs 1 .4 W - IJ. t -Q xr -Q, , .A . ,. ,Q . e ,C , ,- 1 , . 'N .., , x .KAL .,f , A , , ' gf L , ' I, y ,A k 4' ,x .IL .f H W K ,' ' ,x W I ' ' J A F f, .J f , ' 7' .V l - 'W Cheryl Reginek, Sue Perkins, Kevin Sullivan, and Lynne Par- shall show their pride by working on the float. L k o hu Nancy Valentine, Dianne Grannon and Tibby Suriano re lax before school starts. Dave McDermott thinks of ways to spend his money. 4 'mf nw-4' i 1-J, 71 -Einar J 'Q . F . 1. ,k M li? 3 if R : - f . " L41-- U ,A..1 -V- k.?1 31, ig' 1,5 v- mm 1' vzifmu , N ff 5 i 2 P, fb AJ , F X W0 L "M lfx di' Q-fm 1 f , M, 'Q -s 1 1 ,Q f .11 A - iw 1 pwolle, ,T ff, .p 1 W R Jw. , .V is .K ,5vr 'T J. it-ana-" lx .fm E Making llsc Of Chair ,Natural Barn Calm! 5,7 o enei fig 1 - i 1 1 9 -- - as Sherry Collins working on a three-dimensional ink design, Brent Campbell finishes up by putting the bell-housing on. Roger Hicks prepares to test a series circuit of resistors. Don Padgitt shows how to turn stock on the metal lathe. Dan Buhagiar -fw""f'?"""v ffww Lisa Carrico jeff Dembeck Scott Dibble Randall Lichtner Tamara Grabo Sandi jackson 'QYZY' Randy Lightle Steve Wilson NL7? 14, e' ' N, A E, 3' W J", U ' l if -ff ,, " , 1 y ,X . f ,Mis S ' , "fr, 4 ,fs ' Q . pw' N? r 1' , 4 is, , x 15 .,4., it . A " 1 0 .,,.a...f 5 I , Mn f . P 5204: is M If , ' ! Q . We've only just begun to live, White lace and promises A kiss for luck and we'x'e on our way. And yes, We've just begun. Before the rising sun we fly, So many roads to choose We start out walking and learn to run. And yes, We've just begun. Sharing Horizons that are new to us, Watching the signs along the way, Talking it over just the two of us, Working together day to day Together. And when the evening comes we smile, So much of life ahead We'll find a place where there's room to grow, And yes, We've just begun. "We've Only just Begun", Lyrics by Paul Williams, Music by Roger Nichols, Copy- right 1970, Irving Music Inc., All rights reserved, Used by permission. XMJJLLJSSW 4: M L HlII11IIlN Spirit, llniiy, Wide, And Winning The junior class, sponsored by Mr. Anthony Scalzi, started the year off right by winning first place in float competition. The theme of their float was the "Candy Man." The juniors participated in selling hot cider and donuts at all home football games. They also had bake sales at all the home basket- ball games. Other activities the juniors par- ticipated in were roller skating, candy sales, and horseback riding in the spring. The junior prom was held at Fairlane Man- sion for it's third year. The evening was one that would always be remembered by the jun- iors that attended. To conclude, the class of "78" is one which has worked hard to make their years at An- . .nh Sl'f'db' th ldffun. napolis successful and long remembered. My An ony ca D m S emg e sponsor ca S 0 xii "UQ y TOP ROW: Rhonda Hambel, Patty Phillips, Linda Williamson, Kim Rye, Gary McDermott, Mike Villar, jesse Whitney, Torn Lidel, Terri Charboneau, Suzanne Sippel, Sue Corlett, Linda Mikulak. SECOND ROW: Lori Swain, Marilyn Kitt, Paula Korejwo, Shirley Fenech, Debbie Kish, Kathy Glowski, Shirley Wolffradt, Sharon Gregley, Terri Kurpieski, Karen Miller, Paul Croteau. THIRD ROW: Gayle DeLong, Sandy Chavis, Kris Morris, Karen Scott, Shirley Rogers, Melissa Ra- mirez, janice Kerchen, Kelly Wyatt, Sue Johnston, Beth Sprietzer, Tracy Malmsten. BOTTOM ROW: Dina Zannese, Vice- President, Michelle Kochoff, President, Mr. Scalzi, Sponsor, Fran Casteel, Secretary, Vicki DeMarco, Treasurer. exe President Michelle Kochoff takes a break from her duties. Dina Zannese, Vice-president, looks over her council notes. ,, B I Secretary Fran Casteel reviews the minutes from meetings. Treasurer Vicki Demarco counts money for the Ir. Class I 976 Wont Wir114ers.f ,eff 2- ,vi fbi'-4 16 iii. . 5, eh. H Vg V W L gy 5 rx ' x Ol? i , A TQ I 9' 7 5 my A W' Tw 'Q :'."" .fy K. ' gh, Ackroyd, jim Anders, Jim Anderson, Tina Armes, Rick Babicz, Bill . Baggett, Len Bailey, Dan Ball, Dan Ball, Dave Barnes, Lori Beavers, Jim Becker, Mitch Bellew, Teresa Belzer, Danielle Bergeron, Leon Berro, Mike Birch, Mark Boiling, Kevin Boley, Dale Brady, Darrell Brandes , Karen Brian Lagelstrom, a varsity quarterback, being an- nounced at the first pep rally of the year. if 'Q 1, ,. 135534 .p I N 5 . Elm a 25? JE Briolat, Vern Browe, Denise Burdick, Mark Bmnaska, jerry Burton, Kathy Busz, Dan Butler, Bruce Cathy Neely and Michelle Mclachlan waiting for the bell. Mike Berro and Frank Price add a potent offense in the Cougar's reserve backfield. 6 R 7, l A We if ' V sl' Byers, Barb L Nl 3, l , , N5 Q, fi. U Cadieux, Bill V - V I, . f -I ,A , Cady, Jacl-ne A' j 1' Nu i ' 4- n. ' - c Cagle, Russ 1. f, 'E 4' ":: - ' ' .i 'xx hy 1-r , F", , ., W ., -1 ' 5. qr ,X5,A ,.-,, , Casteel, Fran ' ' - -Q ,Q I' F Castle Mary ' , Cates,'Patry Q.. I 'Q' 'QP -si Q " Charboneau, Joe Q wr ' 1 is - . fi, Q B ' . ' Collins, Ken A ' V' ' - .. ,A F5 ' -lj Connett Jim V Q J I ,,AA l ' ' Costantiiui, Kim ,IS . s ,C ,b 2 A ,Q 11, - A cook, Alan av' M' 3.0 9' a C aldw ell , Tim C arb onne au, Terri C arver , Dwayne Chavis, Sandy Clark, Doug Clark, Mary Corlett, Sue Costello, Dave Cowman, Terry Shi E, 1 5 ' ,Q a C a Caught by the camera, Paul Croteau, Duane Seay, and Gary Tessmar pause before discussing the problem. 'P , ' N ff' ,- fd4xi's ' , . f Cx! . 'C la er' 'fx Cross, Pam Croteau, Paul Crouse, Sandy Crudo, Toni Cullinan, Laurie Curl, Rhna Dameron, Dan Danek, Dan Danlco, Dave On the way to History Class, Karen Miller that he needs a haircut. D'Va.nzo , Bruno Davis, Evelyn . Delicato, Craig ' V 8 lf A- 'X L4 1 DeMarco, Vickie ,, . Deral, Kevin . D Derossett, Barb b ' if Derminer, Carolyn - Diaz, Frank - Dillon, Luther . -xg A rligfk ,. M I C rm '- sg -7 , r tells joe Karoub .f 3 I ,r-A k,L "Q . ,Q 3. .Q 'f ' N ' if Y 44? '44, S! If X 1 K if if li Pleasure ,limi Wrfrk Mark 3111! Season Dillon, Earl p 1, gn, Distelrath, Debbie , wi, I-A Donovan, Linda ' ' r M Dowd, Marie :-H4 X f Draper, Larry v , Drouillard, ' " ' ' 'Richard t 'Q af .a ,,'N si X' lv fl-. - -. X Q I Dryden, Karen Dyer, Tim Dziubek, Priscilla Ehlert, Janice Elandt, Mel Esper, Pam Falconettl, Mario Falkiewicz, Pam F enech, Shirley . ,R . all 4 be f A 9 PN 3 Fehnore, Waneida Gary and Denise McDermott dress up for the Halloween dance. Russ Cagle repairs the printing press for Mr. Dyda. Mike Morris puts the right wires in place during Electricity. Fetner, Steve Fields, Eddie Fite, Rick Flohr, Pat Foreman, Cindy Foren, Cheryl Fortler, Janice Fuoco, David Gardner, Keith Gattyan, Lorie Gaushas, Kim Geisler, Cliff 4 5' ,X X . w .7 x 3 i , t 4.-Q.. 2 Q' 1' V ' 1 5, F Q Q? li' . ,,,f - , 4 six vi: -1? , we 3 , JE iw ia J Gilbert, Kelly Gillim, Nick Ginter, Marcia Giion, Tracy Gishler, Tina Gishler, Trina Glowski, Kathy Goike, Ray Goodreau, Gail Goyette, Bernie Grannan, Mike Graves, joe Green, Bill Gregely, Sharon Griffith, Carol Griffith, Chris Gross, Ken Guyot, jim Hahn, Renee Hambel, Rhonda Hamilton, Bob Harper, Clyde Harris, Larry jeff jackson displays his talent for Pride Week. it g , 3 1 mi Y ' . K W L., 'F' MSF is I ' ' e f'9i ei jim Connett checks the wires in Electricity. Mark Zadigan and jerry Traskos check the fan belt Harris, Tim Harrison, Ron Hawkins, Vickie Hedges, jeff Heinrich, Diane Hilton, Barb Himanek, jim Hindmarsh, Mike Hinzman, Ken I-Iitsman, Todd Hoffa, Sandy jackson, Ieff Jenson, Emilie jenn, Bob Johnston, Joel Johnston, Sue l as Q , 3 f ' fi ? fi Y i 'A X Q F -17 a + L5 ef, . S1 1 .G cz ,H Frcpnring 9dr U15 in t W , Mk GL X fy jolly, Leon Karoub, Joe Katuzin, Nancy Keblaitis, Kay Kerchen, Janice Kilby, Io Kilby, Mike Kish, Debra Kochoff, Michele Kolehmainen, Tammy Korejwo, Paula Korte, Mary Kostelich, Sheryl Kostyshak, Mike Kostyshak, Willia Kraman, Donna Kramarz, Tony Krych, Michelle Kuras, Denise Kurnik, Angie In Winning Him! i Q JJ X ii--v , 33925 . U - - ,R ff' in . . 4 3 l K 'eski 'ren-1 Kflllzl Cirfdy Lagersusom, Brian I.aF1eur, Dale Lange, David Larson, Brian Laskey, Barry Lee, Donna Lemaire, Mike Levasseur, Karon Lochridge, Barb lewis, David Michele Kochoff, junior Class President, finishes the junior Float. junior Bob jenn, thinks of the upcoming Home- coming night. 47.1 'M W 27 4 U EM Paula Korejwo shows her enthusiasm not only as a cheerlead- er but also as Minnie Mouse at the Halloween dance. Lewis, Lori . , ' Liberty, Vicki I 1 M: ' Licari, Michelle E l -'E Ima ff' 'I 5 Q 4 Lichmer, Tom I ,, Liecu, Thomas " Lollio, Gino IPX: J " ' Ludlam, Ron Y ' X Maley, Kris x.. ix I 8 Malmsten, Tracy 'W- a N 'P' . . , we 1 . ' 4- as Maltby, Ken - - -- Marijanovich, T ' Q A Tony Marsella, Dan 'A M :xg H i it U ,, T Marshbanks, Tim ' . ' Martin, Sharon Mascot, Anthony 'C' ! 5? Mastroeni, Roxann McCarthy, Terry McCloud, Laurie Q , 9 i .V 'TX f Ts .- LLL Kevin Sullivan in Auto 3 8 4 working on dead engines X A , Q' 'ii A 'if fo aw 1. , Rf D ff -, ygg nfl f , 1 Q 5 f A .1 RW A X .Mu ' .J J .. ', K " sw Q TW W.. iA Y 'fi . x M., 'ks f.. McCoy, Laura McDermott, Gary McElhone, Pam McEwen, Tim MCGi1miS, Jim McKee, Linda McLachlan, Michele Mclvlillan, Allen McSha.ne, Edith McShane, Patty Mezza, Peggy Mercier, Dan Micheletti, john Miesmer, Neal Milculak, Linda Miller, Martin Moody, Laura Moore, Susan Z7fll7lQlIf1f5 Of gufure Jlflemvries , 2 ' Morgan, Dave it, I, 5 ag ' -V 1 Morich, Paula 4 'ir' 3 Morris, Kris 'QQ ' r' ' Morris, Mike 1 A an Y ' '. .r-Q - ' :: 1 - A Morris, Mike W. Q f 1 - Morrison, Karen X gli, , Morse, joe ws 4' . Mosallam, Dalal , Q' 1 , Mullins, sheua , , "-+- Munoz Aaron . 1 , Murnahe, jim 5 D ' 'ii ' Q , Muter, Dave f 1 , Al K .M - 'X T' 3 Myers, Kevin I -1 N, , Nagy, Darlene - ., Neely, Candy V ' I Neely, Catherine SLA .N V. ffl, 1 L A . 'F Q . jeff Barr sitting back thinking of the junior Prom. Brian Lagerstrom pauses for a drink after football prac tice. Nickell, Randy Nicholson, Geri North, Kari Norton, Sandy Obidzinski, Greg O'Connor, Jamie Oldenburg, Don Papp, Craig Papp, Steve Parker, Jim Paternoster, jim Peters, joe Petrosky, Tom Phillips, Patti Piccoli, Denise Piotter, Mike Y f Vx is -at .ns 5 1, r -:il -il' ' I its id iii. N. ASM ra? ri A 1 , ,., I .- Q9 T1 .V,' R' in ff Q B 9 iv' x Ra S A B . QW L, ', 'ir 1 ,.,,v -. S: . -, il. A , rw , ,r , 'Qin ,. . , f 9 Plata, Lucy Plecha, Gerald Pongracz, Linda Price, Frank Priebe, Dawn Printiss, Lynn Qualls, jim Raley, Dave Ramazetti, Kayly-n Ramirez, Melissa Ramirez, Yvonne Reese, Gladys Reilly, Kathy Rentschler, Matt Renye, Bill Rice, Tim Jim Guyot being announced during the first fall pep ....11.. im is 2 y .. R 2 I--54A,,, an g f, U . I fix M, Q g 'Q-uf . Riopelle, Andrea Rippe, Mary Rhodes, Robin Robbins, Laurie Roberis, Bill Roberts, Mark Robertson, john Roddy, Lori ,I , ,Q ,I , i 1 Dwayne Carver looks for a tool in Printing Class. Rogers, Lois Rogers, Shirley Rosol, Tom Russow, Barbara Russow, Brenda Ryan, Kristie Rye, Kim Sabin, Mark Salata, Greg Sammut, Marga Sandecki, Andy Sawyer, Dave Karen Dryden, Laurie Cullinan dress up for fun. - fl , if It l Q , . ,x rs by '? if .W Q ' . I Q .ff - ANT, 1 1 QE' Q S 14, ret junior ,fire Winner Q i YG, I 6 I Schafer, Donna Sicluna, Chuck Schulte, Kim Schuyler, Tim Scott, Karen Seay, Duane Selders, Diane Seymour, Brenda Sharkey, Sue Sharp, Donna Shaw, Steve Sheridan, Malissa Shortridge, Patty Simms, Diane Sipple, Sue Snyder, Cindy Southard, Mike Spiegel, JoAnn Spiker, Kent Sprieizer, Beth Stahl, Gail Steffes, Martha Stennett, Keith St. Andrew, Tim ,4- l A look at the juniors winning class float, while being made. The class of "78" anticipates the winner at one of the many pep rallies. l 3 'Q TEV: 5 Q, . RA. . kia. it l l A X l "4 Ac S' 'H A St. Lawrence, Randy Strothers, Norma Stucki, Tim Suchyta, Eugene Sullivan, Kevin Sullivan, Mike Summers, Robert Suriano, Dianne Sutherland, George Swain, Lori A "' 1 is A , 4: D e Q - QQ ' . l'- hzkgs .- A if f . , ,X fa of -QS i -Xa - f4 x N W 'Ji' , IH' 9 . .K f', . Q' V' if gi 3 5' 1 A-H . f I Q " as li- ,qgn V ... h av f .,fe"i A , ia. 2 , X l l gr i T T 1' 4 A A 31 . 'V, ... Tamborino, Rudy Tamm, Karen Teeley, jim Teichman, Alfred Tessmar, Kim Thomas, Lorie Thomas, Rodney Thompson, Dan Thompson, john Tidwell, Donna Tomaszewski, Donna Toth, Laura Traskos, Deanne Traskos, jerry Tricoff, Charleen Tripp, Bill Turbin, Don Uetz, Maureen Umb enhowar , Deborah Valentine, Nancy Va nderlinden, Rob ert Van.Dooren, Denise Villar, Mike Voydanoff, Dave Wilke, julie Williams, jim Williams, Dan Williamson, Linda Winnie, Stuart Wint, joan Wolffradt, Shirley Wortham, Tammy Wrobel, Tim Tom Nicolai adjusts hard to get transmission bands in Auto Shop. 1 Barb Lockridge looks for a certain passerby, while jim Guyot checks out the morning situation. 'D' J-I U N 5 lh. 1' M ' " I se ,Sf .V A vw I "QNX Working 901' ivarficipufiou Walblay, Debbie Walczak, Sharon Walden, Patricia Wales, Debbie Wallace, Marian Watson, Kathy Webb, Karen Webb, Scott Wedlick, Kathy Wellfare, Michelle White, Paul Whitney, Jessie Dave Morgan and Len Baggett help prepare the float Q fi W Yi? Clyde Harper takes advantage of class time to do his homework. 5 Y' ' for the parade. Wyatt, Kelly York, Eileen York, Bernard Zadigian, Mark Zakarian, Nick Zannese, Dina Zuziak, Dennis Barr, jeff Blast, Sylvia Borg, Ray N i N5 x M - Q I - fl . x -, , w 3 Q- Q as Q , 1 5, W -ft, ,. uw, 'ga V ig. 0 ... 1 ef - .,, -is . ffm 52 Cosgro, Matt Delong, Gayle Davis, Evelyn Focht, Dale Hubbard, Dan Kitt, Marilyn Lochridge, Bar Maine, Tom Marx, janet McCullough, jeani e Meyers, Ed Miller, Karen Morris, Mike Myers, Kevin b W? The basketball team watches as Linda Mikulak is announced at a pep rally 1n Rhodes, caught by Mrs. Delekta, says, "but really I m not cheating. -ev-f -1 eg A 4 1 1 I ,gy 'cy J, .M ' s A XJ 0 H Nicolai, Tom Pagac, Brian Pi llion, Carrol Priebe, Dawn Rafferty, T.R. Renew, john Rhodes, Robin Roddy, Lori Simms, Cindy Simms, Dianne Suriano, Carme Wnorowski , Cath Zain, Charles vphvmorcss ,4 611155 Of flcfivifies The sophomore class of "79" started this year ' off with a burst of activity. At homecoming time, they decorated the football field and al- so made a tremendous float around the song "Tie A Yellow Ribbon." ln addition to that, they also served refreshments at sporting events and to keep the spectators warmed up, they sold blue and gold hats, scarfs, and mit- tens. The spirit of the sophomore class was also shown by their aiding the school in clean up and beautifications, and involvement in the spring festival. A .: Isabel DeMarco concentrates on the treasurels' report. President Heather Dziubek plans Sophomore activities. Secretary Aby Wineka reviews minutes from the last meeting TOP ROW: Tamara Waterman, Susan Hay, Renee Drey, Eileen O'Rourke, janet Mack, Patty Czapiewski, Van Sofios, Karen Williams, Mary Wright. SECOND ROW: Theresa Gibson, Sabrena Stevens, Cindy Delicato, Maur- een Zadigian, Jewell Duff, Col- leen Teschendorf, Marlene Mil- ler, Kris Parshall. THIRD ROW: Sandra Perry, Susan Cetnar, Carol Talamonti, jeff Manns. Mary Franas, Valerie Wejrowski, Garry Miller, Diane Patterson, Allen Kohlmeier, FOURTH ROW: Sue Bloye, Connie Allen, Debbie Dyer, Diane Horwith, Michele Crawford, Theresa Fernengel, Marie Cilia. BOTTOM ROW: Isa- bel DeMarco, Heather Dziubek, Abigail Wineka, Sponsor: Mr. Neil Oldham. - , 4--T. 5E?f'+z'2'E fb F , ,,.. 1 15:4-we , A A X if I Rena Nader dreams of the upcoming summer vacaiion. Anne Nabomy takes a break before her psychology class. N f I Pat I-QW Practices with the drill team- Steve Pigadioiis prepares himself for a biology test. 41 F: QL., li 3-r 4 , YV ve . i me 1 Q 1 A -'f l : N an ' ,! , Highlights Of flu Slfcifing hz!! .S'msv14.l 15 A V .U V i ., 1 .n r ' .4 gs ? X V , X 3 . .,' N 1 11' . ,B r y: -I., ,UW L, S 64 . av iii T xx an 4 'gli' ,. -K ' in 'L A fe' Q.. Adams, Karen Agius, Rita Alberts, Rudy Alcodray, John Allen, Connie Allen, Kelly Aniol, Tim Apfel, David Apostolovski, Olga Ashlock, Glen Atkinson, Penny Axtak, Debbie Bacckus, Doug Baggett, jim Balhorn, joe Baker, Terry Bator, Frank Baurneister, Lynn Baymiller, Harold Bays, Brenda Behm, Ray Belcher, Orville Bennett, Tracey Benson, Debbie J.V. quarterback, Ken Butler, evades Woodhaven in defenders. Sophomore Sue Korte shows her ability on the mini- f tramp . 4 K l f? 3 X be e i 'ff in l NI I fi,-19 ' xx - - lu A - ' :gi ' I f?i"' -' :Q 19 "B A' ' 'S 1- ' 4, A .. , A ,ig , I Bergeron, Jackie Berish, Greg Birch, Diane Birka, Loraine Blankenship, Karen Blansett, Sharon Blevins, Brenda Bloye, Susan Bonner, Dawn Bonnici, Pat Borg, Michael Braden, Larry Britt, Greg Brom, Simone Burnham, Brian Burnham, David ,fi ' '3' "-' rf f A - A, f'T1'X.lgf-,il -D il s R -1 ur Q he . val' A 4 W Q ,ri in 'tv C li 4.5, wr W X I f 'X Qrkffi fxxl giiii 114 Brown, Lori Brunell, Dave Budlik, Helen Budzik, Michelle Butler, Ken Byrd, Denise Cagle, Karen Camilleri, Jane Camilleri, john Carroll, joe Carroll, Wally Caruana, Tony Ceglarz, Richard Collins, Cecilia Celentano, Katie Cetnar, Sue Chase, Janet Chircop, Cathy Cifaldi, Denise Cilia, Marie Mark Holey contributes in both football and wrestling. Mr. John O'Droslci watches if oe Ce larz kicks cor- rectly. ,,, .-real a 7.7 1 - 'Q N z af lf-sa few .l 5' 13 'av A s .fy W 45, .yt 6 J, :C Q f f . .li . . J 3 Clanton, James Clement, Kelly Click, Marie Clifford, Frances Coleman, Karen Collett, jerry Constan, Carol Constan, lisa Conway, Richard Cook, Theresa Cooke, Rosemary Cornwall, Sandy Cote, Bill Crawford, Michele Crowley, John Czapiewski, Patty Davis, Bill DeA1onzo, Kim aphamvrcs ",7i1fc" Mr. Newingham gets a reward for being Coach of the Year. .hy i ink , A ' ' -Q, . me f'w ' fX sg ' 3. W' , iii elf' ,fn in f " .x X A-fl , V4,A , F ' F H 0 ' -' ' F k I, A if I -by -J V A W Edwards, Tim Ernest, Roberta Evans, jeff Evans, Sheila Fadoir, Richard Falconer, Sheila Fary, Vince Fernengel, Terry Ferriby, Robin Filbeck, Tanya Fisher, Lori Flores, Faustino Fordham, Gary Fordham, Greg Fountain, Lisa Debono, Ken DeGraaf, Gary DeMarco, Isabel Denby, jim Derderian, Gary Derminer, Brian DesRosiers, Dauna Devergilio, john Dicks, George Dieson, Debbie Distelrath, Sally Dolby, Beth Dolinski, Denise Doody Mary Draper Linda Drey, Renee Duncan, Mark Duke, Chris A I 'f 5, ,N sf T in , axial ' " . N ' 2 . Us 2 i 'F ., , ,, ,,,' , ,V , V iff N ' ' 'f f , F g 'A A 5 ,.A, . ,K - .. A V :Q Q V . L . V . rv ' gf ws, V Au ,, , . - ', Q' D 1' 1 ,gf ' . f I . , , 4' l . W1 Dunaitis, Tim 'X .Q A- Dunham james ' iii? Durham: Lee I "7 'H .lf ' f T 4. . a ? at Dyer, Debbie A M, 5 Duff, Jewell ,pi d '43 j ,U Dzuibek, Heather " ff' "' Q 2' F231 "..f"'i'f Sophomores, jim Roman and Mike Sargent enjoy lunchtime? if! 'wi , ,Q r . s Q e , me ' if 3 . N ,W JCI' - W , V , A f 454 :- ., K 1' I s fl 4 "-I N, N p. - . - 'ff 'i""XeV 'i v :fish 4, , W ' lm fi .A if A" an C xi ,ri ,diffs Q X - Nff'5 Franas, Mary Franzil, Sue Freeman, Donna Frigo, Isabelle Fritz, Denise Fuoco, Cindy Furmaga, Mich- elle Gabourie, james Gagnon, Pam Gard, joy Garrison, Darlene George, David George, Debbie Gillim, LaQuita Gioiosa, William Goder, Carolyn Gorman, Mark Graciak, David Graham, Gary Green, jim Grendel, Mike Gribben, David Griffin, Cliff Griffith, jane Grigg, Mike Gross, Steven Grzebienik, Matt Guiles, Guy Hall, Denise Hapunowicz, Jeanie Harm on, Rich Harper, Mark Tom Vargo, Sophomore, starts his layout in Drafting 1 G 2. 1--my-. Rick Simms and joe Vella munching on potato chips during lunch -..V .5 x, ,M W I if - . .135 Q' ,k ,f W l X v Harris, Sandy Hart, Debbie Hart, Debra Hay, Sue Heugel, Tony I-Ieyler, Char We ,fire Gmufing Every Minute Zvgcfher N, ' A x .'k A l ' ,Q X w' V . w V ' 'f., 1 1 fs 'Si N , ' vi C '59 5 iii? L I Fi, G . -4 4 ' 5.4 5 , 1 1 V E8 lf, as A 11 . v 4 -" .. Ai? A ,Q Q - ' 4' ,n Hill, Kevin Hilton, Vickie Hix, Ann I-lofer, Mike I-Ioglin, john Holey, Mark Horwith, Diane Hubert, Don I-ludak, George Hudec, Christina I-luettxnan, Randy Isom, Kim Ineham, Daryl Irvin, Curtis Jacek, Bill Iaffke, Bonnie jerore, Liz Kacher, Debbie Karl, Cheryl Karcher, Joel Kehoe, Kevin Mlke Tessmax-'s eye sparkles as he Watches a "cutie" walk , ' RHS X, my flue, Andy Korte pulls his arm away at the sight of the camera Kelsey, Mark Kitchen, Mike Kleiber, Chuck Klotz, Mike Klover, Cindy Knamiller, Ray Kohlmeier, Allen Kolozsvary, Anna Korte, Andy Korte, Sue Korzeniewski, Jill Krawczyk, Barb Kropla, Linda Kmywonos, Dave LaForge,' Margaret Larson, Craig Larson, Gregory Lary, Pat and .VU Y L I M My v A - ai! 5' a v r vii ' fat? 1- f 2 1, V l Y x f 'ii' J x 1. A 'W 5- 2 float bf. f.,.x -1 vb? Lauer, Brian Lee, Chuck Lee, Nancy Diane Patterson and Sue Korte make flowers for Queen's . Y 46. ,. if -ef , JF'-A . X ' if '-LA Q il A -iff, if 4 lu ' ' 4 i ,I i 7,1 N is .x C5 . A KS' ff H Avg? V IKEA- .1 . 4 V: 'ff 53 A X Q X in Lemieux, Connie Lewis, Rick Licata, Chuck Licht, Keith Ligenza, Tony Iilla, Nancy Linick, Dan Lochridge, Dwight Long, Diane Long, Sherry Luton, Tammy Mack, janet Maidens, Debbie Marchi, Gary Marchi, Perry Maley, Ian Manns, Jeff Magro, Louise Markin, Rob Mascot, jeff Massey, Gary Mastaler, Sue Masters, Doug Mastroeni, Brian Mathis, Darell Matzelt, Laurie Mayberry, Scott McBride, Karen McCarthy, Colleen McCartney, Dave McCullough, Dave Mclnnes, Bill McNamara, Shawn McPhee, Kim Mead, Melissa 4- " 4 4 at 41 1 ,st , G . A V ass. if . f 1 , in ' + x 1- .sa 1 , X 1 , 3 1 Mark Holey is caught NOT working in Printing I and Il. + ' ar 8 'Ui 'vi -5 'QL if Merritt, Terri Metas, Phil . wg, Novak Marie .V -"4 Novak Michelle kick- Off DHHCK: Hcgiczzcilcg Of Succcss. Mendo1ia,Vanessa NovakEAnge1a J YN fr' - lf. Qan- ff "" lea -- ,I X ' c 1 of mf A N as W .A , asf Q gre A , At a gaxgf H .- ,, K L fi if 'if' wr if 4 S 9 355' T4 1 4 t l 'i' , L 1 S 31. 2? 'N 5-W? Q 'T Qc J- K Methven, Karla Mikus, Brian Miller, Darlene Miller, Garry Miller, Susan Miller, Marlene Miteff, Sue McKinnie, Moira Moranty, Martha Moreno, Ray Moyne, james Mrowczynski, Derek Mroz, Annette Mrozowski, jim Mryncza, Nancy Murnane, Sue Myers, Randy Nabozny, Anne Nader, Rena Nash, Dave Nason, Richard Neely, Shawn Newboles, Debbie Nichols, Debbie Nicolai, Ralph Nix, David Nizyborski, Craig . .4 ' ,H- i ,X Nowlin, Claude Obidzinski, Lisa ' Q' . t , Obidzinski, Mark 4 , x A 5itMxf,fZ'?. 2 Ochoa, Ray Y Olow, Patricia A A f A. Olson, Mark A X Sophomore Diane Long dances to a tune from the band OCFAN GOLD at the kick-off dance. Sophomores getting excited at the Homecoming Pep rally 1 . . 'fi w .16 gif C h Li x 4 'lair W, iw Q .Tlx T fl T' 2 x A I N Q' . ' +L!! fi? 31 'APM A W' fx , T Q .P IIQZ K A "ff - 9, - is " 'Rf f P 4 " , 4' O'Rourke, Eileen O'Rourke, Pat Osborne, Donna Ouellette, Patty Overdorff, Mark Pace, Domenico Pagac, Bruce Pancoast, Jamie Parrish, Joe Parshall, Kris Pates, jamie Pates, john Patrick, Cathleen Patterson, Hugh Parrish, Leslie Perry, Sandra Perkins, Dan Peters, julie Peters, Renee Petrie, Theresa Philipps, Irene X new-qu-1 ,,,, Dan Perkins and Mike Watland eat chips during lunch J - N W ',- , 4 ... lm 4 - .Q ni X 17" A zf' N . on ' .sr wtf? , iii' " 3 wg - 211 ffm rsrs my , R . Pigadiotis, Steve Plata, Lee Plecha, David Podczervinski, Darryl Porter, Cheryl Posa, Josephine Potter, David Prainito, Dale Printiss, Debbie Proffitt, Ken Pruzzo, Mary Quiroz, John Rafferty, jim Raley, Laura Ramirez, Carol Reed, Cindy Reginek, Cindy Renaud, Tim him' With "79" W lk A V Renye, joseph 3 lf I Reynolds, Tammy ' '7' Q, xi: Rice, Sue r K5 Er.. F' K A Ridenour, Darice T - A Reding Sherie a' , Roach,,Don -. . at it X Roach, Ted Roach, Tony " Roberts, Cheryl 6 S J X Y. ,'y. lil .x 'l 'A , ,- Roddy, Margie A Rodman, Kim Y Rogers, Deanna 7 , , In I' 4 M ,mv Robinson, Jim iffy Rollins, Rance fail? V Roman, jim ff -,1. , ' Ruiz, Ernest ' , Rumpz, Joyce Russow, Donald , .,f,,. 4 A X 1 J . xl -fi, Eg Sandecki, Karen f' Sapielak, john -A Sargent, Mike in , I fl. 'Q' . V' Abbey Wineka treats Mr. Eglinton to a pie in the face. U4 A in I 5 ' A ,lf ! 3221... fi .' J, LV. quarterback, Ken Butler, evades Woodhaven tacklers for another touchdown . .. ,ff f. - . ,YA Qs e B 4. V L Schmelzer, Leslie Schultz, Sandy Schwagle, Bob Schweitzer, Ken Schuyler, Karl Scott, Douglass Sedlock, Dale Secord, Brenden Sharp, Angel Sheridan, Vincent Shirley, Don Shoemaker, Cheryl Siemiesz, Susan Simms, Rick Skulina, Chris Slay, Mitchell Smith, Dave Smith, Mark 'Na Ioe Winsl 43 asv! X 1 A .lf 3 . gin .mi 4 ow following in tradition of two Homecoming candidates. a - f h 2, we +5 M ,fa Szaniszlo, Mark Szedlus, Karen Takala, Bill Talamonti, Carol Teall, Cheryl Tejada, jerry Telners, Ron Teschendorf, Colleen Tessmar, Mike Thompson, Melod Thompson, Tammy Trezil, Art Trumbla, Keith Tue, Diana Turner, james Ulrich, Mitchell Umbenhower, Rhonda Y Sponsoring nl l6'ig Dance , - A pf Af- Smith, Mike I fb 1 ' Smith, Toni "3 up i Sobczak, Ellen 14 -r uff, I ' 0 . a, W Sofios, Van , L Spiegel, Janis v: ,V , Spradlin, Steve W 'r , Z 5 L ,N Stachowicz, john " . , Stanley jerry 'rf' 2 Steele, ,Rob f ff H 54' Q-15 1. Stennett, Darryl Stevens, Sabrena A Stidham, Sherry - U Stockdale, Gary 1 up 1, Stokes, Troy fx , , Q 'AI' Stothers, Wally ., Ar Q V X A V, , Stuart, Wally ' ' 9 'W Sug s, Larry ,, Y V l g 'Tfp VV is A ,I Sulkey, Pam ,ma ma Y I p " Sullivan, Patricia ' A Summers, Shari :gi Swoveland, Craig f : w , X1 x -F. A' .f Bill Tripp, converges on an Oak Park rusher in Cougar victory. 79 x--1 . ff -. ' ' ua . U. Q Q , -1 f 4 ,fp M : gh 0 ' ?q K 'V 9 , my 1. -f , 4 x 4 L , nt' 3 1 I I . NTI . , R A T frizfiizg 5'0r Participation Vanbelle, Sherry Vargo, Tom Vecchioni, Tom Vella, joe Villegas, Dan Volos, Ann Marie Wagner, Scott Walters, Jody Walters, Michelle Wamble, jesse Warren, Linda Waterman, Tammy Watland, Mike Weatherholt, Terry Wegge , Comaie Wejrowski, Val White, jeff White, Mike Widmayer, Steve Wilder, Paul Wilk, Steven Willette, Peggy Williams, Karen Williams, Kathie Wilson, Brian Wineka, Abby Winslow, joe Wint, Joe Witte , Pat Wright, Michelle Q2 114 A fX'Y in A NQA. y X I 'X Wolffradt, Carol Woods, jeff Wooten, Roger Wyatt, Robin Zadigian, Maureen Zain, Abe Zambo, Marybeth Zapinski, Mark Zapp, Ken Ziesak, Randy Zombeck, Bonnie Zuk, Anita Zur, Tom Baker, Terry Ball, Diana -ak' , 0 ' .., ' bw-.. Sue Miller and Sandy Perry take a break at the Halloween dance 4' ' Y ' 'I K-, Q 'Fl , xfx 4 ' '95 ' .4 f hx , A UN 1,1 , lu ll 9 1' . 'H AL. R , R X ' AC' 55 L 'Af' Baltimore, Debbie Bell, John Bonello, Sharon Bucciarelli, Barth Burke, jeff Clifford, Frances Collins, Beverly Constan, Carol Cook, Theresa Corcoran, Mark Davis, Dean Delicato, Cindy Durham, Lee Fadoir, Richard Gabourie, james Gerke, Bettina Gibson, Theresa Gillim, Laquita Gribben, David Hachadurian, Lynette Hall, Greg I-Ioley, Mark Hubert, Mike jenkins, Mark Keblaitis, Ken Lawson, Theresa McVeigh, Dawn Mezza, james Newboles, Debbie Patel, Sonal Pates, james Pates, john Patrick, Sherry Patterson, Diane Pillow, Beth Porton, Bob Rupert, Terri Stewart, Regina St. Pierre, Kathy Takala, Bill Toner, Cindy Voyles , john s'-Q, Deanna Rogers, sophomore, who sang at the talent show. Sophomore, Abbie Wineka, hits Mr. Eglinton with a pie, during Homecoming pep rally. E illW lE TW 7L?f M Lyrics and Music by Brian Wilson to 1963 IRVING Muslc, INC. QBMU All Rights Reserved Used byiPerrnission k When some loud bragger tries to put me down and says his school is great, I tell him right away now what's a matter buddy ain't you heard of my school? It's number one in the state. So be true to your school to I now just like you would to your girl or guy. Be true to your schoolnow andlet your colors fly. Be true to your school. I got a letter sweater with a letter in front I got for foot- ball and track. I'rn proud to Wear it now, when I cruise around the other parts of the town. I got a decal in back. So be true to your school now just like you would to your girl or guy. Betrue to your school now andilet your colors fly. Be truetttotyour r school. I I On Friday we'll be jacked up for the football game and we'll be ready to fight, we're gonna smash'em now. My girl we'll be Working on her porn? pom's now she'll be y yelling tonight. So be true to your school now just like you would to your girl or glly. Be true to your school now and let your colors fly. Be true to your school. I I l I faculttg 'Hou ve Sgt friend "You've Got a Friend" fCarole Kingj When you're down and troubled And you need some loving care And nothingg nothing is going right Close your eyes and think of me And soon I will be there To brighten up even your darkest night. You just call out my name And you know wherever I am I'll come running to see you again Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall All you have to do is call And I'll be there You've got a friend. If the sky above you Grows dark and full of clouds And that old north wind begins to blow Keep your head together And call my name outloud Soon you'll hear me knocking at your door. Ain't it good to know that you've got a friend When people can be so cold They'll hurt you, and desert you And take your soul if you let them Oh, but don't you let them. Copyright 1971 by Colgems-EMI Music Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved. I I it Schedule A, 4 111C 'wx Sew Qg L. , H :ry r19',M"51m ' ff lg -- is 'mf--MQ V ng "1,2'm wagxffm, ff x. M41-4 The members are elected by Seven to provide an educational system for their children. Education is responsible for the executive management and administration of Dear- born Heights School District No. 7 and its properties, facilities and personnel. Since the Board members are lay people, they appoint the superintendent of schools to serve as the administrative head of the school system. The Board of Education has directed that emphasis be placed on the instruction of basic skills in the elem- entary schools. Kaard Strcsses Smphasis Url Basic Skills of the Board of Education the citizens of District Legally, the Board of STANDING: Laurie Stronach, Thomas Corlett, Harold Lock, Larry Cotton, Andrew Kochanek. SITTING: Edward Mclean, Buena Barr Mr. Gerald Steube, Dr. Angelo Batsakis, Mary Sullivan. Dr. Angelo Batsakis . Mr- Edward McLean- Mr. omni o. sreube ggi? I rf' ' H Z 5 - Buena R. Barr Thomas W. Corlett Larry J. Cotton Pralllems Qaciug l5'aard Defined The Board of Education has directed that the vocational pro- gram in District Seven be strengthened. The most immed- iate problems facing the Board of Education are maintain- ing a quality instructional program in District Seven, oper- ating the school district with a balanced budget, and solving the difficulties caused by declining enrollment. RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUPERINTENDENT AND DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT: Serve as the chief executive officer of the Board of Education. Teacher recruiting, Special Education, Personnel Director Federal programs. Develop procedures for putting the adopted policies of the Board of Education into operation. Andrew J. Kochanek 345: ,i st-65 . Q zzgg V-1. S 5 - - Q? I r C7 Harold S. Lock Laurie G. Stronach Mary C. Sullivan This year can truly be classed as one of 0 hzthuszas fs fwdenf I the most interesting. A fine spirit has prevailed in the student body and the good name of Annapolis has risen to new heights. In activities and in the class- room this student body has demon- strated that it is constituted of a group of young people who have faith in the fu- ture. Their sincere enthusiasm is evi- dence of the fact that for them, life is an ever unfolding, enriching experience. Xlfix f lliiii 5 :Jay lf' it W 8 are Li: 9 D . --4, 'Tay 4-za 49.5 lbfn f Q X Mr. Vogel, formerly an English teacher, is now the new Assistant Principal to the Administrative staff. R Mr. Martin Sviland, who oversees all Administrative matters, prepares for another day. Mr. Terry Strome is in charge of student affairs and computer scanning for the district. l 's w X, il 'Q .l, E ! ,Hb , . vm, :gm ' 'H+-3. 5 i' 5535-'-. . f " ' a s .n,-X: fa.. T ' I 1 l XGQFQZ L , vrfzcefff A .wggm 1.5 .waive '---11'-f ,.us,t:'1.- - ,. we n-Swgf. cfs ' - A fu: A iifiihiff X ' SHR' Mis. Shirley Baumgartner types a letter dictated by Mr. Mike Mrs. Carol Hellca, Mr. Voge1's secretary, answers one of Vogel, our assistant principal. many calls from an absent student. l vvvu fi ' i I t Mrs. Vivian Moore smiles with relief after balancing the Ms. Shirlee Cook taking time from her busy schedule to assist books for the various clubs. a parent with a homebound assignment. Hounselors Are Always 014 E715 4706 This past year has brought about quite a few changes in the counseling department. With the retirement of Mrs. Ottlinger, Mr. Pachy was added as a part-time counselorg Mr. Machnee became a full-time counselor and Mrs. Cook is now the counseling secretary. The counselors do other things besides just coun- seling the students. Coordinating Honors Assem- bly, ordering occupational information and coun- seling material, arranging for college representa- tives to come to our school and arranging for scholarships and financial aid, are just a few of the things the counselors do to assist students in their educational, occupational and personal growth. if Mr. Steven Pachy contemplates the year ahead A 'mv---, F-a Mr. John Sisson also works as Adult Education sponsor. I 'Q-4' Mr. Louis Bortolon adv-ises a student on a college degree. Nh. Robert Maghnee gheckg 3 Students' Schedule 4 ,flflzlth Stresses Che Zzndamsufals The mathematics department, headed by Mr. Donald Jeffers, and including Mr. Anthony Scalzi, Mr. jerry Stapleton and newcomer Mr. Karl Andrews, offers a wide variety of mathematics courses, The needs of every student is met, Whether it is basic mathematics training or advanced math, such as geometry and Pre- Calculus . Classes in mathematics have successfully contributed to the achievements of the student. With the number of classes avail- able to choose from, students can suc- cessfully learn principles of math that W'llbl'11fl'11 h d. 1 e e P u 1 the years a ea Mr. jerry Stapleton checks over Olga Aposto1ovski's work. Mr. Karl Andrews points out an error to Michelle Walters. Mr. Anthony Scalzi works out a trig prob- Mr. Donald Jeffers explains the basic rules of geometry lem with Simone Brom. effing U15 Science Goals Of Cvmorrow One of the goals of Science is to instill in the stu- dents' mind the importance of his environment on his everyday life. What he does affects everyone. This planet has a certain amount of materials and how man uses them will determine the course he will take in the future. In the science of biology, the student is taught how living things affect his environment, and in chemistry and physics the student is taught how all things are made up and the energy needed to move or change this environment. t 9, 2 s s i ig ' fi -N it ,X Mike Jenkens assists Mr. John Blum in biology class. .M t , t ABQ X g ' , iq Q A ly Q tg 5 5 'M-.XM - g -qs ef ' I K - Q-' L-es . tw-Nm 1 lv I ff-:sexi i A- ,..,Q+SF an o .Q-Q, i-'Sr-""""" i ,0..,,s , E sg, Mr. Kevin Clarke listens attentively while dictating an oral Mr. Frank Lupo explains how many grams are in a quiz. liter. f I if "' 1.223222 -...Qs Students Paul Thomas and Bonnie Sheen show interest in learning Physics from Mr. Frank Lupo. -- -W , wli 4 , ' jx a me ff J .5 3 . p ' r Mr. Chuck Soule prepares a Biology field study lesson. Mr. james Bryan demonstrates the proper way to stain slides. ,4 Cum Cvward Eoedumfiomzl Gym The Physical Education department has started a new trend this year. All elec- tive gym classes are coeducational. Because of this fact, the courses avail- able have been improved. There is more of a variety in the gym classes this year, with the addition of golf, speed ball and proper bowling facilities. The goal of this department is to main- tain physical fitness, and to teach stu- dents the fundamentals of certain sports in hopes that they will carry over in the students' leisure time activities. Next year the department is planning for all classes to be coeducational. Male and female students participating , , , together has Worked out Wen' llxlalgg-kItIew1ngham faclng off with Brenda Blrdsall and Debble Ula 45- ll Xl: Mrs. Joyce Dick encourages her field hockey students. Mrs. Blum explains the fundamentals of goaltending 7' .ary - " iiii it llll XXYI gvrzzg.. '.fr.'i4'f,4 W' . . ,W Y Mr. Michael Bird relives his former football coaching career, as he calls the Mr. John O'Drosld stating that keeping your play in gym class. Mr. Ronald Bales, Athletic Director, stressing that grip is a crucial factor in throwing a football. arm high is correct form in throwing. JX .r Bob McCartney, Gym Assistant, showing proper position of the ball in placeldcking. Srpanding Coward, 014 E715 ,706 Gaining The Home Economics Department has made some changes this year. Career Planning was introduced which helps one decide what field might be of challenge to them. Consumer Educa- tion explores independent living and Health Careers helps out in ones' med- ical background 5 these courses are offered to both sexes. Clothing, Foods, and Needlecraft helps one use leisure time wisely. Nurses Aid is one class Where girls attend O. W. Best learning to become nurses and nurses' aides. Cosmotology is also where girls go to a special school for training to learn how to take care of their hair and skin. These classes are offered to help stu- dents prepare for their future jobs. The main goal of Home Economics is to prepare students for the outside World' Miss Patricia Sullivan explains why nutrition is important. -2-114 ANNAPOLIS HIGH SCHOOL 'Emu - ' F 4. A Q raw X Q8 ,. Diane Selders, Mrs. Kris Levesque, and Kay Smith look at Mrs. Adrienne Connors says, "This is the way to set a cut-out patterns in Interior Decorating. table. " tot Sf as 1 X 51' f I I. k ' si ifmixf Julie Lafferty, Diane Summers, and Chris Griffith look on as Mrs. Eileen Drake cites aids to proper child rearing. Mrs. Evelyn Stomp explains career planning to jim Padlo. Brenda Kitchen learns the basic skills of sewing from Mrs jackie Delekta. Uffiee flue! Hlerieezl kills Developed The Business Department is con- stantly striving to meet the needs of the students in regard to new courses. For the 1976- 1977 school year, the two courses that have attracted the most students are typing and accounting. An anticipated drop in high school enrollment may make it necessary to offer some busi- ness courses on an every other year plan. In the past and pres- ent the business department has been very fortunate in having good equipment for its office practice classes. This year there was not a two hour office practice block. In the future the business depart- ment hopes to have one. 5 Mr. Ed Miazgowicz shows Jessie Whitney how to figure accounting problems Mr. Ronald Wrublewski dictates a memorandum to Heather Mrs. Sandra Reszczyk dictates to her typing class. Dzuibek. Srpanding Crfward More Diverse Skills The main objective is to provide our students with skills and knowledge to enter a given trade or industry. In the last three years the I. V. E. department has made many changes to update our depart- ment. To list a few, new and safer equip- ment has been added, curriculums have been updated, and new classes and two hour blocks have been adopted. A lot of time has also been spent in adopting new safety procedures. Through enrollment and completion of our in- dustrial education program students can bridge the gap from school to industry making a wise career choice which fits their abilities, aptitudes and interests, Mr. Dennis Patrick talks about the ratio of air-fuel mixture. Mr. Dave Langdon gives oral quiz on identification of tools Mr. Blake Logue lectures on how to cut sheet metal. l 1 ff 1 53 Mr. Ken Caldwell, a new face, helps a junior, Denise Dolinski. Mr. Bill Dyda assisting Neal Miesmer on the new copuwriter. .5 , .i,, x , '-A 2 V, .L fd yr, Mr. john Borovsky and students' eyes are fixed on junior Ken Sullivan as he attempts to adjust valves in Auto 3 and 4. Mr. Larry Root shows new students how to read a volt meter. Mr. Terry McDonald helps Tony Kramarz with oblique drawing. t .I 1 N , . - Ax r55,1,...T,.f- -i-li........i..l,,,,M 2' . Mr. jerry Allen assists Allen Kohlmeier in sill-:screening i ii Mr. Dan Boase shows students the proper way to time a car P Choughfs ,fire Hrmtzd In Humanity. The 1976 Fine Arts Program has only one Art teacher, Mrs. Carol Bourassa. She teaches three beginning classes and two advanced classes. The Music Department is headed by Mr. Vin- cent Annichini. Our choir teacher is a new member Mrs. Patricia Birdsall, who ably directed the annual Christmas Program. Both Mr. Annichini and Mrs. Birdsall teach at other schools in our district. l l Mrs. Carol Bourassa shows the basic skills of drawing. Mr- Vincent Annichini directs the beginning band. Mrs. Patricia Birdsall joins talented students in a rehearsal for the choir Christmas concert. Kevisiug Eurriculum SW U15 Hufurc The key word in the English Department for the past several years has been REVISION, curriculum revision, that is. Diligently the staff has deleted from, added to, or gen- erally remolded the course offered in lan- guage and literature. Revision will continue to be a priority as the teachers strive to make courses meet the desires of the students, recognize and advance skills in the funda- mental areas of reading, writing, and speak- ingg and reflect the changes in students and student population. "We're not getting olderg We're getting better. " Mr. Colin Curtis prepares to address his literature class. Mr. Gerald Radus speaks on how to compose a composition. Mr. Darryl Gonchaxoff is a retired football coachg advisor of Yearbook Class and Student Council Sponsor. Mr. William Grant enjoys teaching the English Language Mr. Bob Nanni stresses how important gestures are in Class. speaking. Mr. Steve Pachy lends a helping hand to Bob Wint by explaining the elements of a short story. ,filming 901' Better Hvmmunimfions Mis. Barb Potter finds a student's wrong answer humorous. Mrs. Cynthia Bat.ha diagrams a sentence for Dave Kozlowski MQ jackie Isom listens intently as Mrs. Madelyn Ryan attempts to explain the importance of advertising in society. Miss Nancy Lehnert explains to her Advanced Composition class the irony of the story they have been studying. Mr. Daniel Gass points out to one of his sophomore students the importance of proper grammar. Mrs. Rita Stein discusses the proper form to use when writing a short story. Hnmirimzfim Of Zlcfufh And Eifperience Most of the teachers returning have more than ten years of teaching experience be- hind them. They vary from the more con- servative teacher to the more liberal ap- proach to education. One new face would be Mr. Ken Cornell, an addition from the junior high school. The History Department has added a new course called Contemporary Issues which attempts to help students make decisions in an everchanging society. The History De- partment kept the students well informed on the 76 elections with campaigning and posters all over the school. Mr. Edward Eglinton, Department Chairman, talks to his class about World History. N Mr. jack Newingham, head football coach, addresses his class on the important facts of American History. Mr. Bill Dummer is known for expressing himself freely in his government classes. Miss Judy McCarthy, cheerleading sponsor, warns her class to study for their Government test. ,,, , X., Mr. Kenneth Cornell explains to junior jim Connett how to answer his American History questions. Mr. David Simowski talks to a confused Carol Pruzzo about her Contemporary Issues assignment. y Mr. William Quigley points at Senior john Campbell to get his attention back to Government. friving Cogefher Cv Kuild ,4 Hufure Mr. Parker and Mr. Oldham are two unique teachers. They have a gift of helping the students who are slower in certain areas of learning than others. Their classes are l much smaller than most so they A develop a personal friendly rela- , I tionship with their students. They strive to prepare their stu- jx dents for the outside world. Many P . hard hours of work are experienced by both the teachers and their stu- dents. The end result is usually a success. They are truly teachers to be admired' Mr. Neal Oldham, who in addition to teaching, also is Sophomore advisor Z x.,... Z Mr. Bill Parker who in the past has served as football coach is now the j.V. baseball coach. " Chcy D0 If ,411 SW Ilan" Mrs. Maxine jeters and Mrs. jean Steffes are truly two people to be appreciated. Serving the new ala carte spec- ial requires a lot of time and effort. The ladies must budget their meals according to their profits. The custodians work around the clock to maintain cleanliness in the school. They also assist in aligning special events such as dances, sporting events and other School functions- Mrs. Mary Annichini who was honored to serve as a judge for homecoming. "This ought to fill those hungry little critters, " mumbles Mrs "Our apple sauce, builds strong bodies twelve different ways Maxine Jeters as she prepares the side dishes. and puts hair on your chest, " says Mrs. Jeanne Steffes. By Bill Withers Sometime in my life, We all have pain, We all have sorrow. But, If we are wise, We know that the re' s always tomorrow. Lean on me, when your not strong and I'll be your friend, I'll help you carry on. For, it Won't be long, I'm gonna need somebody to lean on. Please swallow your pride If I have paid You need to borrow For no one can build build up your name That you won't mention. I just might have a problem that you'll understand, we all need somebody to lean on You just call on me brother When you need a hand We all need somebody to lean on I just might have a problem that you'll understand, We all need somebody to lean on. If, there is a load which you have to bear That you can't carry I'm right up the road I' ll share your load l If you'll just call me. You just call on me brother When you need a hand Lyrics and Music by Bill Withers We all Heed Somebody 110 16211 e 1972 INTERIOR MUSIC CORP. fBM'Ij on A11 rights administered by IRVING Music, INC. fBMIl All rights reserved Used by permission N m , ff., i.. ,r1T,w,gi??fQ I' 'xiifgi fi 4 ' 5 4' F' I 'ir ,LQ .gg 1 '31 3 .- PA ' Qi' 'fl " 43:5 F - 'ff 39- 'T' 1, 3' 5 j. . Elf .1 Q -tg ' ff ' , .l x '72 .,, .W V 9. 3 .. . Q., ,Q .- 'flu ia' f . '3 ' I -sw '-' ' " - 'Q Rick Brown and Jill Korzeniewski Mike Greeb and Diane Winslow Janet Henson and Dave Voydanoff Mike Persch and Susan jeniz Ge! Cogcfher Love is but a song we sing, Feels the way we die. You can make the mountans ring, Or make the angels cry. Though the bird lives on the wing, And you may not know why. Come on people now, Smile on your brother. Everybody get together, Try to love one another right now. Some may come and some may go, We will surely pass. When one night left us here, He turns for us at last. We are but a moments sunlight, Fading in the grass. Come on people now, Smile on your brother. Everybody get together, Try to love one another right now. Come on people now, Smile on your brother. Everybody get together, Try to love one another right now. Mike Hindmarsh and Cathy Patrick Paul Hinz and Susan Korte Marty Kendra and Lorie Ouellette jim Cole and Paula Korejwo Come on people now, Smile on your brother. Everybody get together, Try to love one another right now. If you hear the song I sing, You will imderstand. flistenj You hold the key to love and fear, All in your trembling hands. just one key unlocks the bolt, It's there at your command. Come on people now, Smile on your brother. Everybody get together, Try to love one another right now. Come on people now, Smile on your brother. Everybody get together, Try to love one another right now I said, Come on people now, Smile on your brother. Everybody get together, Try to love one another right now, Right now, right now! By Chet Powers c 1963 IRVING MUSIC, INC. QBMU All Rights Reserved Used by Permission Karen Miller and Jim Peters Bob Short and Teresa Seder Darrel Willms and Linda Doyle ' CeCe Collins and Dave McDermott Greg Trimble and Kristi Parshall Charleen Tricoff and George Smith Ewifcmcut, Dedication, Che Qrvufning, And Kclzcf Thanks to the weeks of work and preparation the Annapolis High Homecoming was a complete success. The theme, songs from the 60's to present, brought back many hits, such as the winning floats "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" and "The Candy Man." The Senior Class experienced what could have been a disaster, but turned out to be touching. The night before Homecoming the final touches Were being made on their float, when sud- denly a fire erupted and demol- ished their float. People from all classes and clubs came to A handshake from Mr. Bill Dyda after a dedication to Mr. Terry Strome help rebuild the float. The re- sult Was a highlight for all the school, since it proved our pride y and to getherness . The excitement never ceased as the Cougars beat the Redskins 29-O. Completing a perfect day, was the Homecoming Dance, with all its enjoyment. The proud face of Mr. Lawrence Morin af- Nancy Morin after being crowned, by last years' queen Judy Winslow. ter the crowning of his daughter Nancy Mo- J.V. and Varsity cheerleaders show their enthusiasm, spirit, and pep. 1111. Nancy Morin at the peak of excitement with her 1976 Homecoming Court: Kathy Vecchioni and Mike Karoub, Denise new knowledge of being the 1976 Homecoming McDermott and Tim Kuehn, Diane Winslow and Ron Goodreau, queen. Queen Nancy Morin and Ted Dull, Judy Winslow and Vic Villegas Beth I-Ienterly and Daryl Fisher, Sandy Bertolini, and Steve Vec chioni, Sue Perkins and Gary Tessmar, Lynne Parshall and NI1ke Morris . Sandy and Steve. Beth and Daryl. v Lynn and Mike. Sue and Gary. Denise and Tim. Kathy and Mike fe, ,,- Nancy and Ted Diane and Ron. Uzc Gczmci Victory Chc Dcmcce Succcss Laurie Perry, Bob Snytka, Sharon Talamonti, Neal Baum- gartner, jerry Briolat and Joanna Snyder having a good time. Three couples await the band, Nite Flite, to begin. r The football team under head coach, Mr. jack Newingham, lines up for the National Anthem before the game. On a brisk sunny October afternoon the great "76" Homecoming continued, while a crowd well over two thousand, watched the Cougars trounce Oak Park 29 to O. In the first half the Cougars ruined Oak Parks' hopes for a victory by scoring three touchdowns and added one more in the second. At halftime, the Homecoming was dedicated to Mr. Strome, who was accompanied by his wife and family. He received this honor because of his enthusiastic support and interest in the students of our school. Also, Nancy Morin was offically named Queen of 1976 Homecom- ing and trophies were awarded to the junior Class and the Cheerleaders for the best class and club float. After the game, a game ball was presented to Mr. Newingham signed by all the players and coaches. Within a couple of hours, it was time for the Homecoming Dance as a climax to a beautiful week. Almost 200 couples attended the semi-formal affair which featured the sotuids of Nite Flite. Grace Marchuk and Dane Podczervinsld enjoy themselves. jail. ,AL , Senior Gary Tessmar mms off tackle for a long gain, while Mark White and Dave Mmgan Pmvlde the blocking- Mickey Lauer escorts Carol Langevin. ,,,-v " 7 Suzanne Sippel and her escort are taking a break after a long Michele Kochoff and Mr. Dyda honor Mr. and Mxs. Terry dance. Suome at the Homecoming halftime. Tire 1975 queen, Judy Winslow and date. X. 5 A, O 5 FZ x Y. J., ., 'iwww ow , 'H N-qv 'iz X52 xii X' if 1 4. C? .1 fp, 1' -A l K ff I X VERA JUsTItiiif ffQUc2AR L f ,i ..--1 Ally! 'x IL, m u 9 A 2 W-.Q 'P Performing Ami Zompctirzg Sfcfr Success The Drill Team has put in another hard year. The new squad went to camp in Vincennis, Indiana and put in a gruelling but rewarding week. Always on the look for new routines, they attended a drill team clinic in November. 'lhey performed with the band during every halftime at the foot- ball games and in every parade. Dur- ing basketball season they performed jazz and porn -pon routines. Another tough year-but well worth it! i The Drill Team think of their performance at the Homecoming game. - JW' MIIB iff" TOP ROW: Kathy Watson, Cecilia Collins, Pat Lary, Barb Lochridge, Janice Sargent, Geri Nicholson. MIDDLE ROW: Kathy Fisher, Collin McCarthy, Gail Goodreau, Roberta Ernest, Cindy Snyder, Toni Crudo. BOTTOM ROW: Sherry Rice, Secretary, Sue jentz, Co-Captain, Shirley Fenech, Co-Captaing Vicki Demarco, Treasurer Collin McCarthy and Toni Crudo wait to start a routine. Members of the Drill Team show talent with ribbons Gail Goodreau, Collin McCarthy, and Toni Crudo march in the Homecoming parade. Janice Sargent shows her technique as she performs a jazz routine. Drill Team perform at the introductory pep rally. Kvrfolon Presentation Key ,flftrfzcizzzrz I One of the social highlights of Annapo- lis High School is Pride Week. It was held during the Week of February 7th through llth and, as in the past, the main purpose of this event is to pro- mote greater spirit and pride among the students and faculty. Many activities such as a big wheel race, a tug-of-war, a dance marathon, skits, and 24 hour basketball dribble allowed the students to become invol- ved during the Week. This year, Pride Week was dedicated to Miss McCarthy and the cheerleaders, and the senior captured the Pride Week Trophy. Ann Farkas and Steve Marx were elect- ed the 1977 Pride Queen and King and reigned all week. They were elected by pennies not by the uaual paper ballot as in the past. With the help of all the student body Annapolis High has had a successful Pride Week for the past nine years and l'1OpefUl1Y it will continue to be a Sue- Steve Marx and Ann Farkas are proud to be our 1977 Pride King and cessful and gala event. Pride Queen. v n 2 Miss McCarthy smiles with appreciation, receiving the Mr. Lou Bortolon presents a Cougar woodcarvmg that he dedication, made for the student body as part of Pride Week festivities I I l 1 125 Chai' 5 fride jill Vaughan reads her winning pride essay, "That's Pride. " After watching committee's meet and activities being planned by different clubs, organizations, and students, one has to wonder if all this preparation is worth it. All those early morning or late night gatherings, the headaches and tired- 11655, the feeling of failure, is it worth it? To many students at Annapolis, it is. Many students participate in athletics, going through rigor- ous condition prog-rams, spending half their summer, Christ- mas, or Easter vacation working together as a team. They swim that extra length with chlorine filled eyes, or sprint for three more yards just striving to be able to win and be the best for their school. Sometimes they lose. But still they lose with dignity, knowing they tried their hardest. Still others are involved in various clubs and organizations. These students go over routines and march in soggy fields. Others stay in the evening to rehearse dance steps and lines, or work together carefully and thoughtfully on the school newspaper or yearbook. But pride is not just confined to athletics and clubs. Pride is a feeling, not really something you can put your finger on. lt is really giving up a part of yourself and your time, to make your club, sport, and school the best ever. That, is pride. Yes, Annapolis, it is worth it. by jill Vaughan .,-fwfr 1 ,':.y:jgL!A Pride King and Queen nominees look at the voters. Ann Farkas is crowned pride queen by Sue Perkins. -P5 Seniors strive for points, in a tug of war, to win the pride trophy. Karen Mikulak and Sharon Talamonti my to control the N. H. S. "mascot". K' ' T'f'J," A Grace "Diana Ross" Marchuk gives a stunning performance. Seniors cheer louder as the spirit stick rises. At the dance, Eastwood Parke plays some music to "boogie" by. JL5. Show Pride And mfice. The National Honor Society is an organization which promotes four main ideals-scholarship, character, service and leadership. They per- form services to the community in addition to services for the school. They operate the Cou- gar Den, hold a decorating spree for the cafe- teria for Christmas, and they make trips to convalescent homes. They also hold an annual Christmas sale to earn money for their projects. Mr. William Dummer gives an interesting point. ,Ulm 'dk President Kathy Sullivan works in between classes. JU Laurie Perry and Karen Mikulak show Carol Constan what's for sale. N! Paula. Korewjo and Kim Costantini giggle while they work. Yue '- I K Wy 'Tug-F3150 4, X4 -f Mike Berro decorates, while jerry Briolat has a little snack. TOP ROW: Diana Grannon, Doug Furrow, Bob Snytka, Ron Stevens, Larry Fillinger, Harold Telners, George Williams, Donna Lantz. SECOND ROW: Joy Ross, Ann Harris, Leslie Nowak, Sherri Stronach, Bonnie Sheen, Linda Catka, lisa Mayberry, Mary Gabourie. THIRD ROW: Rosanne Kosko, Tassa Saridis, Lori Sbroglia, Debbie Ouellette, Nancy Morin, Kim Pinson. FOURTH ROW: Linda Krey, Lynne Par- shall, Ann Farkas, Rita Butler, Cathy VanHulle, Karen Mikulak, Lau- rie Perry. BOTTOM ROW: Doreen Gramblin, Kathy Sullivan, Mr. Dummer, Neal Baumgartner, jerry Briolat. TOP ROW: Dina Zannese, Jessie Whitney, Eugene Suchyta, Bill Green, Dave Sawyer, Mike Berro, Michele Wojtas, joy Handley. SECOND ROW: Kathy O'Rour1-ce, Terri Carbonneau, Sue Corlett, Bill Kostyshak, Michele McLachlan, Mike Villar, Laura Toth, Cas Suchyta. THIRD ROW: Linda Kitchen, Kim Costantini, Lori Gatt- yan, Michele Baranowski, Lucy Plata, Cathy Kolozsvary, Shirley Fenech, Peggy Mezza, Paula Korewjo. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Cle- ment, Melissa Ramierz, Beth Spritzer, Vickie DeMarco, Kathy Fis- her, Tibby Suriano. BOTTOM ROW: Doreen Gramblin, Kathy Sulli- van, Mr. Dunimer, Neal Baumgartner, jerry Briolat. Doreen Grarnblin says, "I can be very friendly! " "'Get this show on the road, " says Rosanne Kosko. Shirley Fenech and Peggy Mezza take a breather. Qualify fs Seen In "Hangar 6rif:r" Perfnrmance This years' Cougar Crier staff, under the direction of sponsor Mr. Dan Gass, met with eagerness the challenge of keeping the school informed. With jill Vaughan as editor-in-chief the news- paper staff came up with several new devices to make the paper more appeal- ing to students. A question of the month, a Dr. Hangpoo column and a gossip col- umn have all added to the newspaper's success this year. 'lhis year the newspaper came out more often than ever before and subscriptions were at an all time high with close to 602, of the school purchasing the paper. This year's staff was a combination of +R three Junlors and 12 Senlors' TOP ROW: Sue Anton, Lori Swain, Martin Kendra, Larry McCullough, Dave D'Agostino, John Vella. MIDDLE ROW: Kim Pinson, Nancy Mo- rin, Lea Paganini, Terri Kurpieski, Carrie Patrick. BOTTOM ROW: Rita Butler, jeff Barr, Editor jill Vaughan, Carol Pruzzo, Mr. Gass, Advisor. tx-,1Qi,,i',,g'fa--, .f'f"l'f ..,p ,Mhsw " I, ,,.,-av' Mr. Dan Gass is the advisor of the Cougar Crier. Editor jill Vaughan talks about what 's going in the next issue. lei Barr and Kim Pinson study old papers for more ideas. 4' i,.,,.:gxg,xyi g y: f b 1+ g ,ge Mg 1- M.. h. 5:z,g,,g2,,-.Mg W' , L ,,,, H. , Mr. Gass shows Nancy Morin and Carrie Patrick his camera. I J 1 Terri Kurpieski and Lori Swain help the class by typing. Rita Butler and Carol Pruzzo listen intently to Mr. Gass. 114 Pursuit Uf ,411-league Cfzfuncil Revision of their Constitution as well as the three classes' constitution, and adoption of Parliamentary procedure, were significant accomplishments of the 1976-77 Student Coun- cil. Under President Sue Perkins, the council also arranged the major events for Homecom- ing in October and Pride Week in February. Other various highlights included: putting on a Talent Show, Exchange Day with league and non-league schools, sponsoring of the Victory Dance in November for fall sport champions, a Red Cross Blood Drive in March, decoration of the school for Christmas, and major re- visions in the traditional Pride Week format, thus providing more purpose and direction for those involved. Money raised during Pride Week activities is being donated to worthy causes. Oak Park High School hosted an all league con- vention in March for the purpose of possibly establishing an all league Student Council. Vice-President, Grace Marchuk, and President, Sue Perkins look over Pride Week plans. Qc 1 Sponsor, Mr. Darryl Goncharoff checks over his notes. mf",--Q... Parliamentarian, Dave McDermott, checks over procedure notes. l Grace Marchuk makes important calls for the council. President, Sue Perkins says, "No you don't! " TOP ROW: Dan Perkins, Ken Lundquist, Martin Kendra, Michelle Wojtas, Ron Stevens, Bob Benge, Dina Zannese, Kim Rye, Michelle McLachlan, Don Trimble, Nancy Morin, Marilyn Kitt, SECOND ROW: jill Vaughan, Ann Harris, Terri Chretien, Laura Toth, Debby Distelrath, Karen Tamm, Paul White, jerry Briolat, Denise McDermott, Rhonda Hambel, Patty Phillips, Greg Trimble, THIRD ROW: Kris Parshall, Sue Hay, Linda Williamson, Terri Carbomieau, Sue Sipple, Peggy Mezza, Janet Mack, Michelle Kochoff, Sandy Perry, Sue Bloye, Diane Patterson, Heather Dziubek, FOURTH ROW Lori Chilcote, Paula Korejwo, Karen Miller, Terri Kurpieski, Shirley Fenech, Neal Baumgartner, Steve Marx, Lynn Par- shall, Rita Butler, Cathy Neely, Sue Corlett, FIFTH ROW: Treasurer, Bob Snytka, Sponsor, Mr. Darryl Goncharoff, Presi dent, Sue Perkins, Secretary, Sharon Talamonti, Parliamentarian, Dave McDermott, not pictured Vice-President, Grace Marchuk, BOTTOM ROW: Lorie Ouellette, Sandy Bertolini, Kathy Vecchioni, Rosanne Kosko, Beth Henterly, Elizabeth Suriano, Kevin Sullivan, Karen Scott, Terri Fernengel, Kathy Sullivan, Lori Barnes. Varsity Klub Gloufs With Pride As opposed to past years at A. H. S. , girls varsity letterwinners are accepted into the Varsity Club. ln addition, 8-12 new members were admitted. Senior Steve Marx was elected president. Two of the several trips taken by the club were to the Pistons basketball game and also to the annual N. C. A.A. lndoor Track Meet. 5 ,X,,. ' I Greg Trimble and Bill Green pose after a meeting. Pat Hill, Mr. Bales and Don Turbin laugh it up. ,Ham -Z' f"' TOP ROW: joel Johnston, Leon Bergeron, Bill Green, Mike Moore, Pat Hill, Don Turbin, Matt Salata, SECOND ROW: Dave McDer- mott, Greg Trimble, Larry McCullough, Greg Salata, Dan Brown, Tom Grougan, Mike Hindmarsh. THIRD ROW: Frank Fedel, Bill Kostyshak, Mike Horwith, Garry Miller, joe Kochan. BOTTOM ROW: Steve Marx, Mr. Ron Bales, Treasurer jerry Briolat. Mr. Bales and jerry Briolat tell members the rules. lnifiafim Of Debate-Hvrmsies For the first time at Annapolis, our school has a debate team. A debate consists of two sides, negative and affirmative. Every year there is a different proposition and this years' proposition was: should there be a comprehensive reform in our prison system? The team was hard working and well or- ganized. It had many scrimmages and meets with schools in our area as well as the league debates. Basically, Forensics is the analyzing of a selection from literature and effectively communicating all of its elements to an aud- ience. A person participating on the team can choose anything from informative to humorous reading to speak on. This year, Annapolis has Successfully Com- TOP ROW: Bob Snytka, Tom Larson, jill Vaughan, Greg Salata. . . . BoTToM ROW: Mr. R b N K th sun B peted against various schools in the area. Sheen, O en mu' a V wan' mme TOP ROW: linda Van Orden, Patty McShane, Michele Mclachlan, jill Vaughan, Doug Furrow, Casmir Suchyta. BOTTOM ROW: Lisa Mayberry, Mike Piotter, Mr. Robert Nanni, Dwayne Carver, and Bob Benge. Zfheafre Arts llplmlds ,4 Tradition The Theatre Arts Department has added another exhilarating musical to its unblemished credit. FIDDLER ON THE ROOF was a brilliant pro- duction, under the direction of Mr. Bob Nanni. It may now proudly stand alongside its predecessors, SOUTH PACIFIC, CAROUSEL, MY FAIR t LADY, and HELLO DOLLY, knowing that it too was an overwhelming success. Our Thespian troope 3216 has done many fascinating and different things this past year, besides putting on one 1 of the best musicals this school has ever seen. It has been one of the for- l tunate few to participate in the New York trip offered by the National t Thespian Society. Also, this is the l first time any high school has taken L their production to other schools for , , additional performances. Mr. Robert Nanni instructs actors in the skills of stage movement. l W LIS 1 l l J N TOP ROW: jim Ackroyd, Mil-te Piotter, Doug Furrow, Marty Kendra, Dianna Grannan, Dwayne Carver, Marty Miller, SECOND ROW: Eugene Suchyta, Cas Suchyta, Sue Corlett, Paul White, Lisa Mayberry, jill Vaughan, THIRD ROW: Lin- da Mikulak, joy Davis, Candy Neely, Patty McShane, Cathy Neely, Linda VanOrden, Lucy Plata. FOURTH ROW: Karen Mikulak, Yvonne Ramirez, Candy Wall, Elizabeth Davis. BOTTOM ROW: Secretary Michelle McLachlan, President Carol Rushing, Sponsor Mr. Robert Nanni, Vice-President Rhna Curl, Treasurer Bob Benge. Evmmunity crzficc 61116 Klossvms TOP ROW: David Gribbens, Rich Conway, jim Jacek, Pat Olow, Donna Kramarz, Barb Lockridge, Karen Tamm, Cindy Foreman, Cathy Budzik. SECOND ROW: Sharon Gregley, Deb Kish, Gwen Stockdale, Laura Moody, Barb Babosh, Colleen McCarthy, Janice Sargent, Cece Collins, Dave McDermott, THIRD ROW: Nancy Katona, Mary Korte, Simone Brom, Margret Sammut, Denise Kuras, Anna Koloszvary, Rita Butler, Carol Pruzzo, Diane Simms, FOURTH ROW: Candy Wall, Kim Gaushas, Cheryl Reginek, Lorie Thomas, Gail Goodreau, Michelle Crawford, Kathy Fisher, Lori Barnes, BOTTOM ROW: Kim Rye, Anastasi Saridis, Mrs. Levesque, Lea Paginini, Glenda Oliver. Now in its third year, the Community Service Club has carried on with its main objective which is concern and care for the young and old of our district. This years' club has done many things, including having a very successful can food drive and providing Christmas and Thanks- giving food baskets for the needy families in the area. Mrs. Kris Levesque the new Community Service sponsor. Club members discuss an upcoming community project Ski Klub hows 611155 Y, W si .ff A "4 A sis- S, A look at the ski lodge where the ski club stayed. Senior, Jim Jacek, makes a daring jump at Pine Knob If ave" 'N---gl-. - V ,s i 9 -2 ' nfl' M 'I k -. -i Marty Kendra, ski club president, shows his stopping ability. Students ride the chair lift. Mr. Soule shows his "hotdogin" Overlooking one of the many runs at Blue Mountain in Ontario, where the ski weekend was held. RFQ: Paula Morich is stranded. Wresflcrcties Sncvuragc Our Calm The wrestlerettes have made a large contribution to our grapplers squad this year. The Wrestlers find it vey encouraging to have such a group of students at each and every one of their meets and tournaments to cheer them on to victory. The group sells candy and sponsors other activities so that they will have enough money to follow the team wherever they go. Patty Philips and Shirley Rogers await the results of a close tournament Adi Shirley Rogers encourages a wrestler to make a pin. Grace Marchuk and Patty jones clap for a winning wrestler TOP ROW: Carol Wolffradt, Carol Talamonti, SECOND ROW: Patty Phillips, Grace Marchuk, Denise McDermott, Patty Jones, Debby Distelrath, Shirley Rogers, Laura Toth, Rhonda I-lambel. Develvpiug Skills, Prwlucing Materials, J-liglzliglzf .7u14cfi1fi1s f Z9ri14f Prvducfinn The 1976-77 Vocational Printing Class Works very hard to achieve their goals. The stu- dents in this class also strive to attain the ever demanding goals of todays' business World. Many of the graduates of Vocational Printing rely on the trade as a career after attending a college or technical school. A student must qualify for this course by achieving high standards in previous printing courses. The class produces projects such as: work for the Board of Education, administrative office material, play programs, sports pro- grams, tickets for athletic events, note pads, and other various supplies. The Vocational Printing Class also partici- pated in a "Printing Bowl Quiz" competing against other schools in the Detroit Metro Area. This quiz was held in conjunction with National Printing week in january sponsored by the Detroit Club of Printing House Craftsman. Terri Chretian prepares the headliner for production printing. Mark Marchetti adjusts a copy on the copy board during printing. if-'T TOP ROW: Kris Maley, Greg Trimble, Greg Davis, jim Taylor, Mark White, Tim Harris. SECOND ROW: Dan Buhagiar, Tammy McPhee, Len Agius, Steve Marx, Terri Chretien, Mark Marchetti, Lori Lewis, Lynn Printiss. BOTTOM ROW: Tom Grou- gan, Richard Devine, Mr. William Dyda, Paul Hinz, Martin Kendra. 714 Service Zfminiug .714 Washington D. K Using the facilities of Washington D. C. as a classroom, Annapolis students for one week were part of an intensive experience in head to head discussion with Congressmen, Senators and young people from all over the country. Members had considerable opportunity for every kind of encounter: formal briefings, in- formal questioningg and spontaneous and imag- inative rap sessions. They shared a pheno- menon that opened new doors to human under- standing of what is in other people's heads. Sponsor of Close Up, Mr. William Dummer, speaks at a meeting. TOP ROW: George Williams, Harold Telners, Ron Stevens, Gary Tessmar, Paul Thomas, Jerry Switzer, Irene Phillips, Susan Haye, Jesse Whitney, Dina Zannese. SECOND ROW: Sandy Green, Diana Rodgers, Joann Spiegel, Donna Lantz, Mike Massara, Daryl Mathis, Greg Larson, Dave Sawyer, Sherry Long, Julie Peters, Patty Olow. Tl-HRD ROW: Candy Wall, Barb Babosh, Dan Kostyshak, Dave McDermott, Amy Wilder, Mickey Budzik, Sandy Harris, Tim Green, Sally Dis- telrath, Janis Spiegel, Jean Trezil, FOURTH ROW: Glenda Oliver, Olga Apostalovski, Debby Hubbard, Helen Budzik, , Jill Korzenieski, Josie Posa, Sue Perkins, Sue Johnston, Beth Spritzer. BOTTOM ROW: Cathy Fenbert, Lori Gattyan, Emily Jenson, Sue Sipple, Mr. Dummer. Adult ducaiirw l6'egi14s In District Adult Education offers night classes held at Annapolis which helps students and adults further their education. Registration started in the month of August to the middle of Sep- tember. It is under the direction of the Huron School District and is run by Mr. john Sisson, who is the director, with Mrs. Dorothy Eros as secretary. 'These classes are held four nights a week from 6:30-10:00 p.m. There are two 19 week semesters. The types of classes range from powder-puff mechanics to chemistry. - lg N fs f Instructor Mrs. Alice Tempe shows the correct way to embroider. Mary Fennson, Joyce Ocl-Ialek and Verna Laverdier learn by doing. Eva Barracok, Delores Schwagle and Barb Hanson enjoy Auto Mechanics. Mrs. jackie Benevich lends a hand during Adult Ed Reg'1stration. fudmfs Hearn Kg Daring if Uzemselzfes There are many students throughout the school who help out teachers in the lab, library, office and gym. The lab students are chosen by Mr. Frank Lupo. Their main jobs are tutoring students after school, setting up experiments, getting supplies and grad- ing quizzes. In the library, the girls check books in and out, file books, and help students find nec- essary books and information. The secretaries in the office have their helpers who reorganized the counseling office, file physicals and other student information, and help out the secretaries and ad- ministration whenever possible. The gym assis- tants' main job is to lend moral support to the teachers. Also, they take attendance, check show- ers, grade papers and demonstrate techniques. With things under control , Lynette Hachadurian takes five. Steve Marx says, "Take your pick. . . after your mile warm-up. " Tom Sapiel:-ik's precision helps him build his toys Diane Winslow smiles easily just before her break chori! Assistants lend ,4 ffzzml .vi ,, 'V ' f - .L g':.4g:E...j A 1 f' - Patti Cetnar learns office work from Mrs. Helka. " A Pat "Tyrone" Hill shows his athletic ability. Sophomores stand by as Paul Hinz demonsuates proper technique. Laura Moody receives valuable library training He-man, Cas Suchyta, hides the pain while handling liquid nitrogen. Terri Chretian asks, "Where's that ball?" "This looks like 21 winner, " SHYS DOIIRH L96 softly. Nancy Kelly says, "Tina move over, I'm going to be goalie. ' Developing Occumzfivmzl Zrfmpe encies Co-op is a work study program combining classroom instruction with supervised train- ing to develop basic occupational competen- cies. It is designed to be a capstone experience of two years instruction in a given area of study. To be aligible for Co-op one must meet the following requirements: be l6 yrs. of age in their senior yearg must have maintained a sat- isfactory academic, disciplinary, absence, and tardy record, and must obtain parent or guar- dian approval. - ' Dave Kozlowski discusses blueprints with his supervisor Senior Greg Trimble operates a printing machine at work. Mark Marchetti prepares printing paper for production ,xv- Trade and Industrial Co, OP Director, Ten-Y McDonald. Brian Woods and Brad Bauer check drawings for patterns with their Supervisor. Ah . 1 ww li X -mxvr lx' fi ew xx U TOP ROW: Manuel Dimich, jeff Martin, jeff Truitt, George Williams, Richard Devine, Brian Woods, Nick Pigadiotis, George Stroud. SECOND ROW: Brad Bauer, Tim Wethington, Mark Miruui, Brian Humphrey, joe Gyuran, Nick Stavropulous, Mark Hoff- man. THIRD ROW: Dave Kozlowski, Tim Masters, Chuck Lemanski, Jim Mangiapane, Mike Massara, Len Agius, Dan Buhagiar, Tim Taylor. BOTTOM ROW: Doug Winder, Greg Trimble, Michele Baranowski, Mark Marchetti, Mike Moser. 147 Che Keginning Of ,4 Karger Business Co-Operative Vocation Education -Qi' may be one of the most important courses of- , 1 R 1 fered at Annapolis High School. It is a program , that allows a student to investigate a career in at a business occupation. It helps the student to ' Q h,p- i :frm make the many adjustments needed in the world of work along with the opportunity to find out if what they have selected for an occupation is really what they want. Besides earning experi- ence they also earn wages for their work: W 4 RIGHT: Mr. Al Helner greets a Co- Op student. BELOW: TOP ROW: joy Handley, Patty Cetnar, Gail Hall, Ronda Mont- gomery, Ann Marie Bakara, jacquelyn Isom, Cheryl Reginek. SECOND ROW: Sharon Talamonti, Mary Cauchi, Lori Sbro- glia, Carol Pongracz, Cheryl Clement, Kathy Clough, Kelli Haddad. THIRD ROW: Connie Goyette, Donna Sedlock, , f Connie Magro, Sheila Neill, Ann Marie Bastianelli. FOURTH ROW: Sue Perkins, Elizabeth Davis, Beth I-Ienterly. , BOTTOM: ROW: Harold Telners, Robert Benge, Mr. Al Hel- I ' f ner, Co-Op Coordinatorg Sue Ulrich, Paul Zubok. 'X ,- V 'Sf 2-iref-fa" f , 'W Carol Pongracz works in Board office answering the calls '-.4 Ann Marie Bastianelli is a key punch operator. 1 , , X, n",. l f Harold Telners balances his fiscal statement. Sheila Neill checks a patients' file. Music, Klzythlifl: lfizfes Within Chair Hearts. ycwv JN me 64104067 Under the direction of Mr. Vincent Annichini, the Cougar Marching Band has proven to be part of the backbone of our school. The band, along with the Drill Team, have combined to excite performances at all the athletic events . Their performance and enthusiasm displays great entertainment for both hometown and visiting spectators. The band has participated in the Homecoming Parade, E. M. U. Band Day, Wayne Christmas Parade, all Home Football games, Pep Rallies and the annual Christmas show. They also at- tended the University of Michigan Band-Orama. . r - rr i- ,, V, . .. W., 7 . - T 1 l w 4 1 T L TOP ROW: Mike Bieniek, Victor Neely, Doug Bacckus, Susan Hay, Isabel Demarco, Brenda Bays, Dina Zannese, Deanna W Rogers, jeff Barr, David Sawyer, Sue Corlett, Dan Perkins. SECOND ROW: David Gribben, jerry Collett, Garry Miller, Q Keith Trumbla, Len Baggett, Linda Mil-culak, Ron Telners, jeff jackson, Robin Ferriby, Penny Atkinson, Mr. Armichini. THIRD ROW: Emilie Jensen, Lorie Gattyan, james Moyne, Patty Flohr, Tammy Kolehmainen, Edith McShane, Cheryl Ro- berts, Barbara DeRossett, Sue Bloye, Linda Krey. NOT PICTURED: john Bell. ii V .'! V , ,fn 5 Everyone enjoys listening to the sounds of CHICAGO. Here the Homecoming Parade is led by the Marching Band David Gribben and Mike Bieniek practice for 21 solo in the gymnasium before one of the pep rallies. Hsmscoming, Cflzrisfmas Season Strasse . This year the Concert Band performed in many events. During Homecoming they played in the parade and at the game. Under the conduction of Mr. Vin- cent Annichini, the band performed in the Christmas Concert and in the Spring Concert. Along with the Concert Band, the Con- cert Choir sang in the Christmas Con- cert and in the Spring Concert. Mrs. Patricia Birdsall conducted the choir and played the piano during the concerts. The Concert Choir sang many of the familiar songs of Christmas and many other new songs. Renditions of the Concert Band included: "Sound of Bells," "Wintry Scene, " "Sleigh Ride." Renditions of the Concert Choir included: "Christmas Is, " "Hal- lelujah Chorus, " "Let There Be Peace on Earth. " During Pride Week the Concert Band 1'lOII1i1'l3.EGd VlClIO1' Neely and SUSHII CCI' Mr, Vincent Annichini conducts the band through a song. lett for Pride King and Queen. TOP ROW: Conductor, Mr. Vincent Annichini, Robin Ferriby, Ron Telners, james Moyne, jeff Jackson, Keith Trumbla, Dan Perkins, Mike Bieniek, Dave Gribben, Victor Neely. MIDDLE ROW: jeff Barr, Dave Sawyer, Cheryl Roberts, Sue Bloye, Penny Atkinson, Edith McShane, Sue Hay, Isabel DeMarco, Brenda Bays, Doug Bacckus. BOTTOM ROW: Dina Zan nese, Linda M1kulak, Sue Corlett, Tammy Kolehmainen, Lorie Cattyan, Emilie Jensen, Linda K1-ey, Pat Flohr. fnzz Knnd Adds New Dinzension Cn Jlflnsic A group 0f.fQUfteeU talented. put on many concerts includ- the National Anthem at 311 Young mUS1C13US make UP H115 ing Christmas and Spring home basketball games. So, years Jazz Band. They have concerts. They also provide go see one of their concerts. Dwayne Carver, Cas Suchyta and Vic Neely provide the rhythm and percussion during the jazz Bands' many musical concerts N ' ,, x ., ' 1-xi Ron Telners, Keith Trumbla, Len Baggett, Linda Mikulak, Dina Zannese, jim Moyne, Lorie Gattyan, Dave Sawyer, Sue Corlett play the melody of a Very famous musical, TOP ROW: Eileen York Vickie Bridgeman, Patty Flohr, Pam Esper, Barb Rus- Prvfessiomzl Kareers Srplvred Besides dealing with human re- lations, Annapolis High School's Nurse Aide class learns the basics of Patient Care: speci- men collection, temperature, pulse, respiration, bandages, binders, tubes and also record- ing their observations. The class has toured a Nursing Home and Veterans Hospital. Students are given information about other health careers be- sides Nurse's Aide. Cosmotology is a two year course offered to the Juniors of our school. Cosmotology is treatment of the hair, nails, and applying cosmetics. Stu- dents must go through 350 hours of classroom work. From gg . sow, Karen Brandes, Denise VanDooren. MIDDLE ROW: Terry McCarthy, Linda Donovan, Pattie Kemp, julie Wilke, Candy Neely. BOTTOM ROW: Anna Krol, there, 3- rest can be ta-ken to ' become a licensed beautician, Deb Ferrell, Cindy Fowler, Tammy Wortham, Yvonne Ram1rez. though one must go through Lansing to be registered. . ef if I 1 Z' ' Q 'Qi' , .3 , .P P' . -Q, l NWA- ey. , y if u i ,-.42 Q FA 'A I TOP ROW: Marilyn I-Iaktsian, Vickie Liberty, Sue Fountaine, Patty Walden, Cindy Budzik, Brenda Seymour. SECOND ROW: Tina Anderson, Char Tricoff, Annette Burton, Cathy Bur- ton, Darlene Chaput, Gwen Orsborne, Denise Kuras. THIRD ROW: Dianne Simms, Karen Webb, Linda Ramirez, Rose Bruette, Patti Robertson, Becky Carroll, Darlene Nagy. FOURTH ROW: Bernie Sapielak, Danielle Belzer, Rhna Curl, Rosemary Walker, Norma Cougar crowd cheers the foot ball team on to victory, Strothers. 'Q TIIYIEI If I could save Time in a bottle 'Ihe first thing that I'd like to do Is to save every day 'Til Eternity passes away just to spend them with you. If I could make days last forever If words could make wishes come true I'd save every day like a treasure and then, Again, I would spend them with you. But there never seems to be enough time to do the things you want to do Once you find them I've looked around enough to know That you're the one I want to go Through time with If I had a box just for wishes And dreams that had never come true The box would be empty Except for the memory Of how they were answered by you. But there never seems to be enough time To do the things you want to do Once you find them I've looked around enough to know 'Ihat you're the one Iwant to go Through time with. ,, , By: Jim Croce. Copyright 1971, 1972 Blendingwell Music, Inc. Copyright 1971, 19 in USA and Canada. Blendingwell Music, Inc Sr American Broadcasting Music, Inc. cfo Publishers' Licensing Corporation. 488 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10022 w.l""-'u-..... -ni W-:ff C- ac M a-46: LAK, 2 'A Q 2 5 i 3 1 n is L. EE E 3 5 33? 2 . Qi gn 5, E 5 Q2 W ,Q xi he ge f E 52 iv? 55 5 E? 1, Q., x X ...sw-Q -aliyiik.. WSL.. 921 O mzwd , x ,- H . V '51 f "iz J ' 1. A ., gfxzx-H"- fi ff " r I S I' Q X. Sv ' ' I I 'I 5 QA: ri - . -me ,W .-3 . f - if, 4 4 . ' M N 4 ., 1 i M We -Q, ? 3. id mi '. gy., fy . . das. JW , , Q., ,,- 454--Lf, Q-1. rm - flzpvriencc' Kay C0 Metro Hhampivuship The Cougars posted the best season ever in the schools eight year history with a 7-2 Won loss record. They also captured sole possession of the Metro-West Championship. Five players were selected to the All- City Squad those be- ing: Gary Tessmar, jim Peters, Paul Hinz, Steve Amroian and jim Cole. These same five and Dave Morgan were also named to the All- League Team. Capping off a fine season, were the Cougars dumping cross-town rival, Crest- Wood, 10-0. Statistically the Cougars offense picked up 2100 yards With a 5. 5 yard average per play. Jim Peters and Gary Tessmar had eight touchdowns apiece. Peters also ran for 493 yards, while passing at 402, completion rate. Defensively jim Cole led the way with 36 solo tackles, While Steve Amroian had 33. The defense forced 12 interceptions and recovered ten fumbles. if , . . . F'- ny gg r ihiigf,-if Jim Peters O05 hands off to Tony Marij anovich 1255. so 2' C, 41 vials, 8. ' A , ., l - - ,641 ?W'?7zt"M'f"""' .W ' U 'K . " ' '- "- A 4 fs 0 1. - ' 3" , - I , , Q , .' 1f.g,f" " , . , .3 ff fs s fx sa , L 4 - . ' . ', , JE A f 5 l . i -. s 1' -' 2 ' 9 1 - ' ' rf Q S 3 y o t . a. ,f a . aa -' , - M - '45 2' 7 5 ' 1--Q 3 - '7 V' , W '- 'v -1 , ' 5 , 1 tt ' 1 V' -v Q 4: ur' I ttt, 4 gf, , . i" ,':" , f f 1 af' .3 gf Qgi jcgyflffff ,ff pg , ' 4 , Q , A 3 , 3 0 A ' N 1, The defensive line digs in on fourth down. 4 F - sr 1 new w by Yu- - I S i..ss,i9i395i'5r..'Wi:.,t4 ...vw ,zsrff Paul Croteau moves in to make the hit against Clarenceville. Y 1 f' IQJIQL. ::"" VM... x ' wifi: 10 K,-Q., . D J 1 03, junior, joel Johnston, makes the Crestwood quarterback pay the price. Scores , A.:-1.s. 20 cherry 1.4 A.H. S. 8 Canton f'f7fQf 18 A.H.S. 20 Clarencexiille 8 A S. - 48 Woodhaven 0 A 29 oak Park ff o 51? 26 Clagepceville 24 A-'H-'SH 36 .,W06dhayen 12 Ar-H. S. 6 M ak Bark 12 A.H.S. 10 Crestwood O 'KI-Iomecoming Gamef ' 1 A Record: 7 Wins 2 Losses NNAPELL ANNAHQUS MXN?-POL ,NNPPU ,S . TOW ROW: Mgr. George Srnith, Coach Ed Eglinton, Coach Jack Newingham, Tim St. Andrew, Don Turbin, Pat Hill, jim Peters, jim Cole, Matt Salata, Bob Short, Gary Tessmar, Paul Hinz, Mgr. Tom Siemiesz, Coach Joe Huffmaster. MIDDLE ROW: Steve Amroian, Brian Goodreau, Joel Johnston, Brian Lagerstrom, Dave Morgan, Mark White, Dan Brown. Mgr. Char- leen Tricoff, BOTTOM ROW: Gino Lollio, Tony Marijanovich, Kelly Gilbert, Paul Croteau, Tom Weatherholt, Greg Salata Mark Burdick, Duane Seay. 1- c r , 1 . az.- all . Jim Cole and Kelly Gilbert help out on a tackle. Gary Tessmar makes a diving attempt for a tackle. The offensive line made up of T. Weatherholt, D. Morgan, M. Burdick, P. steve Arm-Qian ready to pounce on a fumble. Him, Jim Cole, D. Turbin, P. Hill, and J. Peters add to a potent running game. Hruising Defense Key Ce teeny Qinieh The Cougar Defense was held strong by leading tackler Dave Brunell with 47 tackles and 25 assists. Jim Guyot was the leading pass receiver. Rick Simms led the team in rush- ing with 551 yards averaging 7. 5 yards a carry. Mike Berro and Nick Gillim led the team in touchdowns with six apiece. Ken Butler completed 422, of his passes. Si? my Teammates Dave Brunell and Mike Berro move down the line for lateral pursuit. lib? ' Both joe Balhorn and Neal Miesmer making Oak Park runner pay the price. 'S-. Ken Butler hands off to leading rusher, Nick Gillirn, in game with Woodhaven won by die Cougars. f"x . A I . XF 5? ,XG-B4 wfkh? . . 1 M 'L ' 34.4 3' A C: -f, . CUUGAR9 an . ,. 5 0 ' X ' r+i 1 ' ,Z 1' an ., v - we - ' ' ' A ' ' Y, if . . ik L, 3, ' m,,,: ' - iv J .P ' P if 1' A I I, ,V+ L14 M. -,Y M A . ,. -- - , - T T. e g, fi ,, ,,,,,, 3, - , - Annapolis , 0 Crestwood 2 Q , ' Y -,,,,,,,,,,, ,yAnnapolis 0, - r john Glenn m f. -f . F 'f 'A ,Annapolis 41 K Clarenceville -- 'I 3 vs: wer, . . o . d I. 1 ' ,n T ---- V j fs l Annapohs 26 Wocdhaven s . h if L L Annapolis 19 Oak Park i fry , ,- , ' ff if . Annapolis 47 Clarene evi lle we ' ," -A Q 111 g,f,v,"'f 'Tsg.g..a31 mifggg bj' . ,4?,1y,Gf. .4 .55 .,,L5'Li,Z4,,.,y?v innapohs 33 Woodhaven 11 4.1 Rmpohs . 26 Oak PM P T 15, fje,'.,q-.ipf If ,hi . .' ecord--6 Wins Losses ' - I . .f ' 79" EP- " '1 . 'la 7"Rwf Lf 'L ff? f 'fa ' 'lf' -Q' '151f"- ,WU ' T ff1i" af 3 fi5?' 4.-:2imQ2+1'4-W-W-fair . '75 H?" :rl 2 T . ga R. "weo1f'ff"f-Wm' ' 1' , . P .L W.fwnw-1f., -- . - - Q 1 f- Reserve split end, jeff Barr, running a look-in against Oak Park. ? TOP ROW: Coach Robert Marijanovich, Dave Reese, jim Turner, Mike Berro, Rick Simms, john Crowley, Ken Butler, jim Guyot, Bill Tripp, Mark l-loley, Coach Ion Thosteson, Coach Dave Poole. MIDDLE ROW: Ray Behm, Mark Zapinski, Frank Price, Jeff Barr, joe Balhom, Mike Tessmar, Neal Miesmer, Ken Switzer, Dave Brunell. BOTTOM ROW: assistant equipment managers Charleen Tncoff and Kristy Parshall. Squad Sets Pace Snr Shampivnship Season 'lhe 1976-77 Cross Country Team, coached by Mr. Char- les Soule, proved to be a team with plenty of vigor and tremendous hustle. The Har- riers record was four wins, four losses, and one tie, and they were the first Metro- West champions of the 76-77 school year. Best time of the year was carried by junior Bill Green, whose time was 15:59. O occuring at the regionals. ia" - Eddie Meyers, joe Kochan, and Neal Baumgartner, key to Harrier victory over Oak Park. Leon Bergeron strides for the finishing line at Rouge Park. G9-TTY Miner hiSh5tePS his WaY with 9- Winning ViCt0I'Y- Brent Campbell outdistances his opponent from Woodhaven. Frank F edel, Steve Marx pace themselves at League Meet AHKYVILIL VAIFLIS . mums! WL' s K w AHYU-P Us 'v I, mgmmrlli-1 . ,P h..1uLIE I TOP ROW: Frank Fedel, Dave Nash, Bill Green, Frank Licht, Brent Campbell, Larry McCullough, Leon Bergeron, Mr. Charles Soule-Coach. BOTTOM ROW: Raymond Knamiller, Eddie Meyers, Neal Baumgartner, joe Kochan, Garry Miller Steve Marx, jeff jackson. ,uv f' "We don't have that much of a lead, do RIGHT: Sophomore, Garry we?", says Leon Bergeron. Miller strides with relief, in a dual meet with Crestwood. vc. 56701555 LOWEST scoRE w1Ns AHS 46 Crestwood 15 AHS 48 Garden City Westf ,315 AHS 35 Lmlh'-fml WCS? 118 AHS 15 Oak Park ,,.t ,. .1 ..'l 9 4 1478 AHS 27 Clarencevilleiit 34 AHS 15 1 Wcodhayeni it,, 50 AHS 27 Romulus 1 S33 AHS 32' Clarencevillgy AHS 15 Woodhayen f INV ITATIONALS Dearborniglieights' Meet A 2nd 'Garden Cfifiy West A 4th ,wflwne 'iilo A inie A C C 6th f Q 1 1 1 sth . 51 if A - 1517 A Q WINS, 1 TIE, 4 LOSSES. Zougars gllfIl5fl lip Cfllfd 111 WI 5110- Was! After a slow start and many disappoint- ments, the Cougar Cagers held together i and finished out the season strong. A lot of the credit for this goes to Dave jenkins who was the teams' leading scorer 43 points against Crestwood. In addition to that Dave and Nick Debono both were se- lected to the All-Metro West League teamsg Dave to the first team and Nick to the second team. In post-season competi- tion the Cougars defeated Garden City West only to lose to Crestwood in district play. Dave Jenkins adds two more during his record breaking 43 point performance. Tony Marijanovich starts a move down the lane. Bill Green dribbles downcourt for a jump shot. Allen McMillan lays up an easy two points after a pick and roll Tony Marijanovich, Tom Grougan, Gary Lang, Tim St. Andrew, Allen Mcmillan, john Robertson, Dave jenkins Tim Dunitas, Bill Green, Nick Debono, and Steve Amroian. Tim St. Andrew gets fouled but still tries to get the shot off. Amnapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis ,, .. ir, Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis SCORES Riversidei A A il Thurston 3 ' Crestwood sy s Robichaud Crestwood Kennedy Seaholm Clarenceville Canton Woodhaven Carden City E. Oak Park Lutheran West Clarenceville Taylor Center Woodhaven Carlson Oak Park Truman sengnn Record: 15 Losses Districts: . Annapolis ss Gaiden city We Annapolis S8 Crestwood if Edsel F016 A 'Q Kcserves Witn Another Winning Season p The Annapolis Reserve Cagers Wound up with another spectacular Winning season With the help of Mike Villar who Was the leading scor- er. Also helping out the team were Randy Huettman, Leading rebounder and Dave Kryz- wonos who led in assists. Coach Harold Chapman did an excellent job coaching the Cougars which showed by their excellent Winfloss record. Andy Sandecki puts up a layup against Clarenceville defend ers. jimior Mike Villar dribbles down court for a jump shot. X , Ken Butler and a Clarenceville player fight for the ball. Sophomore Dave Kryzwonas sets up for another jump shot. TOP ROW: Harold Chapman, Coachg Mike Berro, Andy Mgr., Dave Kryzwonas, Kelly Gilbert, Jerry Tejada Dave Huettman, jim Turner, Andy Sandecki, Ken Debono, Don Rees, Mike Villar, Ken Butler. Turbin, Mark Kelsey, Mgr. BOTTOM ROW: Cliff Griffen, Sophomore Ken Debono reaches for another Annapolis re- bonmd. Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis - Annapolis' A ' Annapolis, A A in Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis 5 Annapolis A ' Annapolis Annapolis SCORES 49 Riverside 49 Thurston p 2? Crestwood f - Edsel Ford ' s Christmas Tolunament 56 Robichaud 68 Riverside 56 Kennedy 57 ' Seaholm 64 Clarenceville 60 Canton , 59 Woodhaven Q56 Garden City E. .162 Oak Park F5755 1 - Lutheran West Clarenceville S Taylor. p ' Woodhaven ' " 1 Carlson V A ' H Oak Park -V 334 Taylor Truman .Season Record: 16 Winsg 4 losses. A ' Winning, ,A Wrcstling Zfrndifivn TOP ROW: Assistant Coach-Mr. Dave Poole, Doug Ellefson, jim Guyot, Joe Morse, Ray Behm, Bob Jentz, Tom Sapielak, Mark Holey, john Sapielak. SECOND ROW: Manager-Mike Sargent, Dan Dameron, Ken Zapp, Al Kohl- meier, Doug Bacckus, Dave McCartney, Joe Vella, Mark Burdick, Mike Morris, Manager-Mico Pace. THIRD ROW: Dave McDermott, Gary Mc- Dermott, Vern Briolat, jerry Briolat, Curt Irvin, Mark White, Ken Lund- quist, Mitch Becker. BOTTOM ROW: Mike Hindmarsh, Bob McCartney, Head Coach-Mr. jim Bryan, Glenn Wedlick, Rick Lewis. Not Pictured are Neal Baumgartner, Dave Brunell and Derek Mrowczynski. Glenn Wedlick throws in an arm-bar as he muscles his opponent to the mat. Bob McCartney elevates the leg of his foe as he attempts to break him down. Although the grapplers had to settle for a close second in the league, they managed to capture five gold medals taken by Mark White, Jerry Briolat, Mike Hind- marsh, Gary McDermott, and Mitch Becker. The quickest pin of the season was by Mike Hind- marsh in 124 seconds. The most pins during the regular dual meet season was taken by Gary McDermott with nine. After finishing with an ll-3 won- loss record, coaches jim Bryan and Dave Poole traveled to Kala- mazoo along with Glenn Wedlick, Mike Hindmarsh, and Mitch Becker for Class A State Wrestl- ing Competition. Once there, the glory was Mike's as he took first in State. The Reserves compiled an ll-1 won -loss record with Mark Bur- dick claiming the fastest pin award this year with a :l9 second fall. Ken Lundquist, followed by Bob McCartney, leads the way toward another victory. Senior and state qualifier, Glenn Wedlick, stands tall as he once again has his hand raised for the sign of victory. 11 Wins Pens Go ,50 Amr trim Annapolis Am1apo1isf n f '31 Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis 20 Annapolis 1 , po n i w rfffi il" L55:,v:35gf , , ' 62 30 ss 'oodhaven 1 SKOIZES an 1 Losses 1 Q, 43 M 12 iff? -1 Bark? i 1 Crestwood gif! Clax-encevillei Woodhaven. 12 10 t, 1 , 23 20 29 , .,,. ,.,. ss,. , M, Trenton ' 'f ' M, 34 Anna lis 19 west -27 Oak Park ',,i'. 1 John Glenn Ply. Salem gfilarencexdlleiffff!'lEfiEQi 37 112 park 5,,,::,-K. ,. .A ., . .,.,, ,. ,,,,53,lr K , ,,,,A K ,,,,m,.f5, 1 .1 , ,,,-.,, ,.,f1,..,,....,, - , , V- .,.f,'mA- f L A . .Uv-A, ,Q -Y 1. r, ' ' Ediiiwiyl if , 4 ,, if ,,, ,S M .,,A N ,m.,,, .. iib T7 If A , 4th' Place s,,. q I ., t gg V fi . 2nd Place A i 1 1 J '4th Place 1 Cat1x.iCfentral3 ' Edsel Qfjj 2nd Place 11 257 9139? , , ,, . :Place .. ,zz ., :ff1is21fewsef2i?2 Mg! n5!32,li15f ,t .,,q,,,,.. .Q 12114 yiaces Dave McDermott wraps up a tight half-nelson as he works for a pin. Gary McDermott clamps down on his opponent as he awaits the ref's call. N i I I a P R Dan Damaren tries hard for a take down against Trenton. Allen Kohlmeier attempts to handle Woodhaven Warrior. 11 Wins Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Am12POliS Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Mark Burdick again discovers the thrill of victory over Oak Park. 1 ' Wayne Quads QE 1 .. 5601685 Grosse I11e Allen Park Romulus Crestwood Clarenceville Woodhaven Trenton Oak Park , V Clarenceville G. C. Westjqj Woodhaven Oak Park h TOURNAMENTSA 1 Loss L 11 3 9 9 14 6 44 0 6 O 0 0 are AP1a2tiE Succvss Kiss Within Che Qufure TOP ROW: Coach-Chuck Lindsey, Gary Degraaf, Scott Wagner, Mike jenkins, Rick Schultz, Ken Furmaga, jim Sofios, SECOND ROW: Steve Marx, james Baggett, Steve Dawson, Steve Wilk, Eugene Suchyta, Art Trezil. BOTTOM ROW: john Voyles, Lionel Plata, Brian Myers, Bill Kostyshak, jim Pates, John Pates, Randy Nickell. -r E 1 1 5 l N. in -dw Q4 -..- .-.. .....p. 4.5.- jim Sofios shotgum off the block to get his style down for a meet. Though they finished with a 4-10 won- loss record, the tankers did have a few highlights during the season. Steve Marx, according to Coach Chuck Lindsey, was their most valuable swimmer, as he chalked up thirty eight firsts. Steve Wilk gives rebuilding hopes as he produced a fine time of : 26 seconds in the fifty yard freestyle. The tankers also plan to start an A. A. U. program this summer in order to help future swim seasons. Gary Bridgeman and Sue Anton compare statistics. Rick Schultz gives it all he has at practice. ' 'If you guys want to do better, you are going to have to go in the deep end sooner or later, ' ' remarks Coach Lindsey. Steve Marx displays the simplicity of his form. 2 E ,u an, , , in E. Q 2 ,, Q 4 3 Q, f 2 2 . ' n 1 3 2 g 1 AA Q , Q . .,.. , ,. A, Af , ,,,,.,,,WQ W K A Q 3 1 . A A an S a,,a Wag 1 A An , fly X l, .Hy 'N ffl 5601655 Wins-4 ' Losses- 10 Annapolis U. of D. High 97 A , Annapolis Kenned 76 A 'A Annapolis G.C. Vlyest 66 e Annapolis Southgate in 9 98 Annapolis john Glenn . - ig Q 90 . Annapolis Oak Park ' ' A 'J 55 Annapolis L G.C. East . 99 Annapolis A Clarenceville A 110 M...-. Annapolis Woodhaven 94 ' ,ke Annapolis' Oak Park 53 ' Annapolis Clarenceville 108 M ADHHPOHE aehafer 86 A i i b T' Annapo ' oodhaven 98 V ' We 'iA'QfwE ' Annapolis Crestwood 95 4 ,,,,, 9. 5 Ays- ' V K , , ,R ,LVVIV M I W il, L, .L aa... K e , lle '99 A A A' ' Ai 'AA' Qi' in TQURNAMENTS . -'f gf p "nn .fn AA G,C, Em 5 1 Sth EE., M fn.,p nnzl one e.,aZS,mn . League Meet A A ' A 2nd Don't worry Metropolis, Superman Eugene Suchyta is on his way. Girls Slzaftvr Qormer Kecvrds Under Coach Joyce Dick and captain Leslie Nowak, the girls swim team ended the sea son with an 8 and 5 won-loss record, and took third place in the League. The team completely outswam teams such as Schaf- fer, Thurston and Southgate, but they also lost a few close ones, such as their 93-79 loss to league rival Woodhaven. Many school records were broken through- style by Mary Gabourie, the l00 breast stroke by Beth Sprietzer and the 200 lndivi dual Medley by Carol Pruzzo Mrs. Joyce Dick helps Ann Farkas with her diving form Q , R, X - -- ,.z fa , rr gg - .1 Y ,. " - I , K - . . at , out the season, including the 50 and 100 free- , I MN Ns . 0 Q ' 1 -as-.-. 6? 4 M Xl Ag Q X 5. . K 1 C X 2:9 is 9 D ti, QQ r t ' v X 1 i Linda Kitchen stretches to get her dive just right. 1 ,V X - -- --. L t 2' . ki, ---X X. Doreen Gramblin comes up for that one last breath. Manager Sherri Stronach records the many practice times l J J J 'iii J V Q - ref 5 I S + as i' L J S X is 6 - 4- . . I " 4 A A -S M ,v f I J " ' i 'i A k RQ QI., L i f .Q ' 5 N W i ,Li R I V ' f , 'X f - pw 1,4 ,. was I , ,f L J in ti as J 4 it V J Q . s ' 5 mv. J, ,.Y4- 7": , ' 7. , , if ,1, fig. ' . f fe . wk.. I ' ' J . W T H ' .. , ' " TOP ROW: Mrs. Joyce Dick, Sherri Stronach, Linda Kitchen, Leslie Parrish, Marlene Miller, Renee Hahn, Diane Birch, Mary Pruuo, Mary Gabourie, Laurie Perry. MIDDLE ROW: Sabrina Stevens, Ann Farkas, Darlene Miller, Isabel De- Marco, Bonnie Sheen, Linda VanOrden, Penny Atkinson, Pam Atkinson, Cheryl Roberts, Doreen Gramblin. BOTTOM ROW: Kris Morris, Beth Spritzer, Barb Ti- beria, Carol Pruuo, Lucy Plata, Joyce Rumps, Sue Bloye, Sue Miller, Sue Johns- ton, Leslie Nowak, Irene Phillips. Sue Johnston attempts a perfect dive 5601685 Ti? EfT4T"ZE::g1' 'ff -' 2 are ff we . ri. ,. . mi ,, ,,,, ..,,,,,.: , ,. , ms aff? First year diver, Lucy Plata concentrates on her layout. 5 ,Kennedy Y ' 5 W f Thurston f J WAI-IS' J A 39 ,,: AHS Park AHS S r 64 AHS Park B he J J 59 J hhih Cfliifi-'i5iIiCf1Vi11f2 str88:1-PSHS ' League Sophomore Joyce Rumps breaststrokes her way to the finish line. -lv fesgx +, fr. x 5 Girls Keign ,115 Metro- West 6ham,U.s'.l For the second year in a row, the girl cagers were undefeated in the Metro-West League. 'They outscored their opponents 284 to 180. Leading the team in scoring was Annie Harris with 173 pts, Nancy Valentine 120, Grace Mar- chuk 102, and Diana Grannon 97. Annie Harris pulled down 170 re- bounds while Diana Grannon fol- lowed with 102. Seniors Grace Marchuk, who received the most votes, and Annie Harris were se- lected for the Metro-West All league Team. Honorable men- tions were given to Terri Chre- tien, Diana Grannon, and Nancy Valentine. Denise Cifaldi gets ready to shoot after bringing the ball down court. Grace Marchuk demonstrates her skills in a 74- 33 victory over Oak Park Ann Harris concentrates on the basket. A closely guarded Terri "Hot Dog" Chretien looks for an open teammate TOP ROW: Denise Cifaldi, Ann Harris, Marcia Ginter, Pris Newingham, Diana Gra- nnon, Gail Stahl, Terri Chretien. BOTTOM ROW: Paula. Morich, Grace Marchuk, Cathy Vanl-lulle, Tibby Suriano, Michele Novak, Nancy Valentine, Karen Mikulak, jill Vaughan. Annie Harris maintains control of the ball. Controlling the offensive boards Y is Senior Diana Gran-nom Michele Novak has trouble finding the handle. Mrs. Pris Newingham shows her coach ing techniques during a game. ?iQ3f8KMEQm,n illlre Glenlilf ' C i M erzhenv Hin r AHS C AHS AHS , AHS LAHS Q i ila-i . .F M y effgqgq 35 44 34a Allen Pajrk ' Woodhavenl ,gj Clarenceyillew i 59 iQQCres1:vqood, 174.5 ggogkgrark ' T ,,os oo.n.a e C iboo 49, C V, ,,,o , '-an g 53 ,37 DLSSTRI ji mr fkomulqsf 5 N Oak Paris , , .aw Cifosse f' 1 si A gf erknimal ,41 ., ,, ,lr -.,,.s.i. " 5-yawn fijagggqkiif mf, ,K . im ,. ..,.. , 2 ywk ,r. if V3.9 Kuilding Qor E715 Quture Under new coach, Miss Katherine Gappy, the I. V. Girl Cagers managed to play a .500 season. Because Clarenceville was the only other team in the Metro-West: League that had a junior varsity team, the girls could not compete for the League championship. The girls did, however, overpower crosstown rival Crestwood, beating them 42-6. High scorer for the season was janet Mack with 60 points, fol- lowed by Debbie Kacher with 40. Colleen Teschendorf grabbed the most offensive rebounds Q55 and Janet Mack was second with 18. Colleen also controlled the de- fensive boards with 32 rebounds. Terry Fernengel led the team in steals with 16. Helen Budzik guards her Lutheran West opponent closely. i 1 1 l Martha Moranty attempts to pass to a teammate. jan Mack and Terry Fernengel combine on an offensive play TOP ROW: Sue Siemiesz, Terry Fernengel, Debbie Kacher, Miss Katherine Gappy, Heather Dzuibek, Gigi Novak, Michele Furmaga, Mickey Budzik. BOTTOM ROW: Maureen Uetz, Colleen Teschendorf, Jan Mack, Joann Spiegal, linda Mikulak, Martha Moranty, Michelle Kochoff, Helen Budzik. Martha Moranty fights for position. Sue Siemiesz begins another play. Michele Furmaga follows through on a shot vwtafwzll .. 1 , ,,,,..,. way., . ,, . , , J., sk A ilk .., mx A am as ,,,, a if M O 86013619 a M Th ,,. 41 I AHS 1' Memes ss AHS 2555 lincoln Park 18 ,scrs M ee,h John 35iifsii2?5"AH5 we 31h AHS 32 eiii 29 31 e f H 6 QSAHS 421 13 O so +26 AHS 34 me 125 mAHS 31? T al.l T eesf s "',' Ween- w, X.: -WM. ,N , - fx f X ,,2:,12iWi12E.-yiii , flqualiuas Zfcrrform With Perfeciim The Synchronized Swim Team consists of sixteen girls. The team is coached by Mrs. Joyce Dick. Mrs. Dick has been coach- ing the team since its existence at Annapolis., This year's captains of the synchronized swimming team are Kathy Sullivan and Bon- nie Sheen. The synchronized team didn't start the year very well but be- cause of their will for perfection they improved their record by the end of the season. Tammy Kolehmainen and Pam Atkinson perform a difficult stunt with grace 1 -.li 'i T. ',..T?"' The synchronized swim team practice a routine. Marlene Miller performs a. stunt called a ballet leg. Tammy Kolehmainen concentrates on her next stunt. 'Wa -fs ' .5 aww' ,, . A P5 var' -fs ' .5 - 3 ttf'--1 - V it-f t ,, V . v., ... . , 'K . V np i f new ."' " Q -,.,,.A' -qm- 'Sir' 'wrt'-e f -4 , 'f 5 ' Y 4. .,, f- , ,.. ' L W , , ,,. r-v J.. -. . ,, - aa, .,,, ,M " W ,x ja... an ' A ' 1' ,saucer , O, N AWB-, H .-' -CM xi, 1 - 5.-f ie " 5,ggg,7,e,.,..f,., :5"if', ' ' .,, 3' , 'w.f'N':, ' K1 'A .,, S519 .1 .N 51", If or I 1-11-'22 A 4 7 J. ' fe ,,,..l, 1" -al 6 ,xi W A ,,. Y, Qu,-J K- ,gf 1 . 5 XM, auf, wi- " . o ce Rum im oves her techni ue on a stunt. Y l "N""""""l"" 5601665 Annapolis 21 ,Allen Park 50 Annapolis 21 so Clawson 63 Annapolis 34 Bay City 47 Annapolis 49 Trenton 34 Annapolis 51 Trenton 32 Annapolis 37 Monroe 47 Annapolis 39 Dearborn . . 41 Annapolis 75 Wyandotte A 4 106, Regionals ' A 4 Sabrina Stevens, lst, Novice Class, 1 Rumptz, 1st, Junior Class, Routine, 1'Cied,fQxg,3rd,p Pam Atkinson, Penny Atkinson, Sue B1oy,,,,jg5 A Tammy Kolehamainen, Joyce Rumptz, H ' I Sheen, Kathy Sullivan, and also tied for Bid, 3 A' solo Bonnie Sheen. O A Finals: L p, to - Sabrina Stevens, 17th in Novice Class, 'Joyce ' Rumptz, 12th, Junior Class, Routine, Sth, Bonnie Sheen, 7th, for her solo. The team ' placed 4th instate . ' Season Record: A 2Wins V - 6I.osses Vs TOP ROW: Tammy Kolehmainen, Michele Budzik, Sabrina Stevens, Carol Talamonti, Pam Atkinson, Marlene Miller, Diane Birch, Darlene Miller, Sue Bloy, Penny Atkinson, BOTTOM ROW: Jill Korzeniewksi, Joyce Rumptz, Kathy Sullivan, Mrs. Dick, Bonnie Sheen, Beth Dolby, Jeanine Haptmowicz. Varsity Krfmes lip Qnd in Metro- Was! This year's team consisted of eleven se- niors and one junior. Two seniors, Karen Mikulak and Laurie Perry were selected co-captains. The junior Karen Webb led the team in points with 97. Next was jill Vaughan with 48 and Terri Chretien had 44. Karen Webb also had individual high game scoring 13 points against Taylor Center. Often the goal is nearer than it seems to a faint and faltering man. Often the struggler has given up when he night have captured the victor's cup and he learned too late when the night came down how close he was to the golden crown. Success is failure turned in- side out, the silver of the clouds of doubt. TOP ROW: Terri Chretien, Annie Harris, Michele Wojtas, P1-is Newingham, Diana Grannon, jill Vaughan, Karen Webb, Linda And you can never tell how close you are, Kitchen, BoTToM ROW: Nancy Keuy, Tibby Suriano, Karen it may be near when it Seems afar. Mikulak, Laurie Perry fNot pictured: lisa McGuirej A hard 'Taylor Center serve is softly bumped to the front row by Karen Mikulak. jill Vaughan serves a floater Vaisity and Reserve coach Pris Newingham manages a smile of satisfaction. s 1 Close-eyed Terri Chretien passes to a teammate . Diana Grannon gets a point as she blocks a Taylor Center spike . Nancy Kelly follows through on a set. Co-Captain Laurie Perry starts a play. A Annapolls ADJ'l2.P011S,f. ' A Annapolisi Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis BE H Pong A3v12P011S Annapolis .ti 5601655 4 Wyandotte Allen Park Crestwood Clarenceville 2 1 p 0 1 1G5C1 East 1 1 2 'Kenneilyiif 1 Woodhaven 0 Truman 0 Oak Park Q - 0 T ayloxxfieiiter 011 Clarenceiiille 2 Lincoln Pggkp O Woodhaven? f0 E rnryr C f Record: 11 wins ng Q Losses? 1 an WSP? 4 1. 1 afa, W 152 J M , Amawlls 1 Ig . mags- 5- i K ., pei, ee,-f ,,., 1 I V35 Knnlk ll,n,4n1ftner Winning Sensrfn With sixteen people on the team, the reserve squad managed to play over inexperience. Co-cap- tains Linda Williamson and Karen Scott were the only returning players. Denise Cifaldi led the team with 79 pts. , followed by Karen Scott with 68 and Martha Moranty had 63. Lorriane Birka held the record for the most points in one game with 10. Sandy Harris does a back bump over the net. Pam Sulky makes a diving save as Denise Cifaldi moves into backup position. Michele Walters braces herself for this serve as Van Sofias avoids a. crash. Pam Sulky follows through on a bump while teammate Denise Cifaldi watches WWW A mums nnumus ummm mmf mms M mums mm WMM' 'mms .uummus mrwous y WWE AIINAPDLIS I E 4 ' f 5 5 K W CT 1? V x 1,r TOP ROW: Sandy Harris, Linda Williamson, Karen Williams, Denise Cifaldi, Maureen Zadigian, Lorraine Burka, Martha Moranty, Cindy Delicato. BOTTOM ROW: Cheryl Roberts, Denise Dolinski, Maureen Ueiz, Karen Scott, Terri Fer- nengel, Michele Walters, Van Sofias, Pam Sulky. Karen Scott gets down on her knees for a save while Terri Femengel watches. Van Sofias bumps a serve high into the air as Karen Scott backs her up. Martha Moranty shows a powerful serve Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis Annapolis AnnapO1iS A AIWSPOHS A Annapolis Annapolis y Annapolis . 5 p Annapolis 5601655 Wyandotte 2 13 0 G. C'.iEast 2 Allen Park 1 Crestwood 1 Clarencevillel Kennedy W 2 'Woodhaven 0 Truman 0 Oak Park 0 Taylor Center iQf312i1'6HCeVi1f5 7 r 2 Lincoln Park O Woodhaven 0 Redford Uniong 1 ,gi ,l L 42' p Annapolis 'Oalf Park A o 5 Record: 11 wimis Losses 'illeague Record: S Wins 1 Losses i ,. rel' 'uf iii fl mm M ii W , . uf ,KL . ' 'fum -'S A-' .4... -4 ., 5 I V 571215 '- ak 5 H. .3 1,-4 as . .v,,, -,f 1 - s f' ,.w ' E W wp-, , ' -mg K . ,V ..W.., ,,.,........ . , x.--1aw ,tX.:-,...4,, ,v 2 ! I . XVI? -.3-A - ,gy 4: 'W 'll ' ,,..f W I.. R.- - - Ma r F, ,, J, H V ac ,W Q1 n v I 'F1'Z4, W e SV W F995 Life-so they say Is but a game and they let it slip away Love -like the Autumn sun . Should be dying but it's only just begun Like the twilight in the road up ahead - They don't see just where we'er goin And all the secrets in the universe Whisper in our ears and all the years will come and N Q , Y it 30 . sax' And take us up always up . We May never pass this way again We May never pass this way again We May never pass this way again Dreams-so they say Are for the fools and they let them drift away Peace -like the silent dove Should be flying' but it's only just begun Like Columbus in the olden days We must gather all our courage Sail our ships out on the open sea Cast away our fears and all the years will come and go And take up up-always up. We May never pass this way again We May never pass this way again We May never pass this way again ,xx asf! Q ia' " 4 'Rh ff in it ,Q- :X Chunks In Pictures ,limi Wards We have accomplished this book, of what will soon be pictures and words of the past, with the help from one man who spent many long and hard hours with us to bring it to you. He is one who may not only be called an advisor but also a friend. He has made our class fun and helped us to produce one of the best yearbooks to have come out of Annapolis. This man does not only dedicate himself to Publications but also as the Advisor of Student Council. Many hours of his time was spent organizing activities for both you and I throughout the year. ln past years at Annapolis he was an as- sistant football coach. Though he did not coach this year he helped the team in many ways behind the scenes. As a friend you may know him as "Gonch" which is a name he established while teach- ing here, but as a man we will all know him as one who dedicated himself to An- napolis High School. In return we are hon- oring him in a small but big way by dedi- cating our 1976-77 yearbook to him. Now as these pictures turn to words, you may all see that this man is Mr. Darryl Goncharoff. Thank you Mr. Goncharoff, you will al- ways be remembered by many including myself. Sincerely, Kathy Vecchioni fEditorJ I 97 7 Ifmrimok faff Strives 901 The Catamount staff of 1976 - 77 certainly had a tough act to follow. In November, the results of the Columbia University Yearbook Contest revealed that the previous edition of Catamount took a second place rating in the country. This class, however, developed splendidly the theme of music of the past. The theme was synonymous with this year's Homecoming theme. Each section of the yearbook reflected a song of yesteryear. Rights to the lyrics were obtained from the various song publishes. For the first time the senior section was developed in color compliments of Arella Studio. The end sheets also were produced in color. All in all, under the leadership of editor Kathy Vecchioni, this Publication staff showed unique talent and relentless determination. Even though there will be three fine returning students, there is no doubt that this group of young of people will be greatly missed but long remembered Sincerely, Mr. Goncharoff TOP ROW: Tom Weatherholt, Paul MIDDLE ROW: Karen Miller, Tony ROW: Sandy Bertolinig NOT PICTURED: Croteau, Diane Winslow, Advisor Mr. Marijanovich, Lori Chilcote, Editor Linda Doyle, Carol Rushing. Darryl Goncharoff, Bob Short, Dave Kathy Vecchioni, Lorie Ouellette, Lori McDermott, Ann Harris, jerry Briolat, Sbroglia, Tammy Sadler, BOTTOM -A- Ackroyd, Jim 56, 136 Adair, Robin 17 Adams, Daniel 17 Adams, Jeff 17 Adams, Karen 70 Agius, Leonard 6, 17, 140, 147 Agius, Rita 70 A.J. FOLAND S CO. 216 Alberts, Rudy 70 Alcodray, John 70 Alle, Sharon 17 Allen, Connie 68, .70 ALLEN, JERRY 102 Allen, Kelly 70 AIEIEOIAN INSURANCE CO. Amroian, Steve 9, 14, 17, 161, 167 Anders, James 56 E.D. ANDERSON 206 Anderson, Tina 56, 155 ANDREWS, KARL 91 Angel, Lewis 17 ANGELOS PIZZERIA 209 Aniol, Timothy 70 ANNICHINNI, VINCENT 103, 150, 152 Anton, Susan 6, 17, 130, 174 Apfel, Dave 70 Apostolovski, Olgica 70, 141 ARELLNS zos ARRELLA, MR. 192 ARELEN' s HAIR FAsH1oNs 206 Armes, Richard 56 ART'S SHOE REPAIR 214 ASH FENCE CO. 207 Ashlock, Glen 70 ATHLETIC BOOSTERS ASSOCIATION 216 Atkinson, Pam 17, 177, 182 Atkinson, Penny 70, 150, 152, 177, 183 Axiak, Deborah 70, 94 -B- Babicz, Bill 56 Babosh, Barbara 17, 14, 141 Bacckus, Douglas 70, 150, 152, 170 Baggett, James 70, 174 Baggett, Leonard 54, 56, 150, 154 Baggett, Mark 17 Bailey, Daniel 56 Bakara, Ann Marie 17, 148 Baker, Terry 70, 80 Balhorn, Joseph 70, 162, 163 Ball, Dan 56 Ball, David 56 Ball, Diane 80 Ball, Kathleen 17 Ball, Kurt 17 BALES, RON 95, 134 Baltimore, Debra 81 BAND 130 Baranowski, Michelle 17, 129, 147 BARR, BUENA 86, 87 Barnes, Lori 56, 133, 137 Barr, Jeff 7, 62, 130, 131, 150, 152, 163 Barraco, Eva 142 Baisganelli, Ann 18, 148, 9 BATI-IA, CYNTHIA 106 Bator, Frank 70 Bauer, Brad 18, 147 Baumeister, Gary 18 Baumiester, Lynn 70 Baumeister, Rlay 18 Baumgartner, eal 6, 8, 18, 118, 129, 133, 164, 165 BAUMGARTNER , SHIRLEY 89 Baymiller, Harold 70 Bays, Brenda 70, 150, 151 Bazzy, Nancy 41 BEAUTIE BOUTIQUE 211 Beavers, Betty 18 Beavers, Jim S6 Beavers, Paul 18 Becker, Martin 18 Becker, Mitchell 56, 170 Behm, Ray 70, 163, 170 Belcher, Orville 70 Belden, Janet 18 Bell, John 81, 150 Bellew, Teresa 56 Belzer, Danielle 56, 155 Benge, Robert 6, 15, 18, 133, 135, 136, 148 Bennett, Cheryl 47 Bennett, Tracey 70 Benevich , Joyce 142 Benson, Debra 70 Bergeron, Jacquelin 70, 153 Bergeron, Leon 56, 134, 164, 165 Berish, Gregory 70 Berro, Mike 56, 128, 129, 162, 163, 169 Bertolini, Sandy 6, 8, 117, 120, 133, 193 Bianucci, Robbi 14, 18 Bieniek, Mike 18, 150, 151 , 152 Bills, Connie 18 Birch, Debbie 18 Birch, Diane 177, 183 Birch, Mark S6 BIRD, MIKE 95 BIRDSALL, PATRICIA 103, 153 Birka, Loraine 70 Blakley, Thomas 19 Blankenship, Karen 70 Blankenship, Kathy 19 Blansett, Sharon 70 Blaze, Kenneth 19 Blevins, Brenda 70 Bloye, Susan 68, 70, 133, 150, 152, 177, 183 BLUM, JOANNA 92, 94 BLUM, LAWRENCE 92 BOASE, DAN 102 Boling, Judy 19 Boling, Kevin 56 Bonello, Sharon 81 BATSAKIS, DR. ANGELO 86 Bonner, Dawn 70 Bonnici, Pat 70 Booza, Gerald 19 Borg, Mike 70 Born, Robin 19 BOROVSKY, JOHN 101 BORTOLON, LOU 90, 124 Boswell, Diana 19 Bouley, Dale 56 BOURASSA, CAROL 103 Braden, Larry 70 Brady, Darrell S6 Brandes, Karen 56, 155 Branton, Joann 19, 41 Brewer, Eric 19 Bridgeman, Gary 19, 153, 174 , Bridgeman, Vickie 19, 155 Briolat, Jerry 8, 19, 118, 133, 129, 133, 134, 170, Briolat, Vern 56, 170 Brom, Simone 70, 137 Browe, Denise 56 Brown, Dan 19, 134, 161 Brown, Lori 71 Brown, Richard 19, 114 Bruette, Rose 19, 155 Brunell, Dave 71, 162, 163 Bucciarelli, Barth 81 BRYAN, JIM 93, 170 BUCKS BARBER SHOP 207 Buiizik, Cynthia 19, 137, 55 Budzik, Helen 71, 141, 180, 181 Budzik, Michelle 71, 141, 181, 183 Buhagiar, Daniel 49, 140, 147 Bunn, Dan 20 Burdick, Mark 56, 170, 172, 161 BURGER CHEF 216 Burke, Jeffrey 81 Burke, Timothy 20 Burnaska, Gerald 56 J Burnham, Brian 70 Burnham, Dave 70 Burton, Annette 20, 155 Burton, Cathy 56, 155 Bushnell, Ron 20 Busz, Dan 56 Butler, Brian 56 Butler, Kenneth 70, 71, 162, 163, 168, 169 Butler, Rita 20, 129, 130, 133, 137 Byers, Barbara 57 Byrd, Denise 71 Byrne, Vicky 20, 153 Burka, Lorraine 187 -C- Cadieux, Carl 57 Cady, Jacquelin 57 Cafini, Kurt 20 Cagle, Karen 71 Cagle, Russell 57, 58 Caldwell, Tim 57 CAMEO BRIDAL SHOP 210 Camilleri, Jane 71 CALDWELL, KENNETH 101 Camilleri, John 71 Campbell, Brent 20, 48, 164, 165, 215 Campbell, John 20, 44, 109 Carbonneau, Terri 57, 129, 133 CARDINAL REALITY 206 Carrico, Lisa 49 Carroll, Becky 20, 155 Carroll, Joe 71 Carroll, Walter 71 CARTWRIGHT CHIROPRACTOR 216 Caruana, Anthony 71 Caruso, Dina 20 Carver, Dwayne 57, 63, 135, 136, 154 CASS, PI-IYLLIS 12, 130 Casteel, Frances 54, 55, 57 Castle, Mary S7 Cates, Patricia 57 Catka, Linda 20, 129 Cauchi, Mary 20, 148 Cebula, Susan 20 Ceglarz, Richard 71 Celentano, Kathleen 71 CENTURY 21, 203 Cetnar, Patty 20, 144, 148 Cetnar, Susan 68, 71 Chaput, Darlene 20, 155 Charboneau, Joe 54, 57 CHARLES HAYNES CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING 210 CI-IARMANT 206 Chase, Janet 71 Chavis, Sandy 54, 57 Chilcote, Lori 21, 115, 133, 193 Childs, Linda 21 Chircop, Catherine 71 Chircop, Terry 21 CHOIR-CONCERT 153 Chretien, Terri 6, 21, 44, 133, 140, 145, 178, 179, 184, 185 Churko, Monica 21 Cifaldi, Denise 71, 178, 179, 186, 187 Cilia, Marie 68, 71 Ciloski, Chris 21 Ciupek, Allen 21 Clanton, James 71 ,Clark, Douglas 57 CLARKE, KEVIN 92 Clark, Lori 21 Clarkson, Paul 21 Clement, Cheryl 21, 129, 215 Clement, Kelly 71 , 148 Click, Nora 71 Clifford, Frances 71, 81 CLOSE UP 141 CLOSING DAILY LIFE DIVIDER 156, 157 CLOSING FACULTY G ADMINISTRATION DIVIDER 112, 113 CLOSING SENIOR DIVIDER 50, 51 CLOSING SPORTS DIVIDER 188, 189 CLOSING THEME 190, 191 CLOSING UNDERCLASSMEN DIVIDER 82, 83 Clough, Kathy 21 , 148 CHAPMAN, HAROLD 169 C.B. SPECIALIST 216 COTTON, LARRY, MR. 86, 87 Cole, James 21, 115, 161 Coleman, Karen 71 Collett, Jerry 71, 150 Collins, Beverly 81 Collins, Cecilia 71, 115, 122, 137 ' Collins, Ken S7 , Collins, Robert 21 A Collins, Robyn 21 Collins,,Sherry 21 , 48 COMMUNITY SERVICE CLUB 137 CONCERT BAND 152 CONFETTI LOUNGE 204 CONNERS, ANDRIENNE 96 Connett, jim 57, 59, 109 Constan, Carol 71, 81, 121, 128 Constan, Lisa 71 Constan, Robert 21 Constantini, Kim 57, 128, 129 Conway, Rich 71, 137 Cook, Alan 57 COOK, SHIRLEE 89 Cook, Theresa 71, 81 Cooke, Rosemary 71 CO-OP-MR. I-IELNER 148 CO-SDP MR. MCDONALD 14 Cooper, Kathy 13, 22, 33 COOPERS "76" SERVICE STATION 204 Corcoran, Mark 75, 81 Corlett, Susan 54, 57, 129, 133, 136, 150, 152, 154 CORNELL, KENNETH 109 Cornwall, Sandra 71 Cosgro, Matt 67 COSMOTOLOGY 155 Cossu, Diana 22, 33 Costello, David 57 Cote, Bill 71 Cotton, Larry 22 Cowman, Terry 57 CRABBIE JOE'S 207 THE CRACKED POT 211 Crawford, Don 22 Crawford, Michelle 68, 71, 137 CRIPPS CLEANERS 205 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 65 Cross, Pam S7 Croteau, Paul 54, 57, 160, 161, 193 Crouse, Sandra 57 Crowley, john 71, 163 Crowley, Margaret 22 Crudo, Antonetta 57, 122, 123 Cullinan, Laurie 57, 63 Curl, Rhna 57, 136, 155 CURTIS, COLIN 104 Czapievvski, john 22 Czapiewski, Patricia 68, 71 CORLETT, THOMAS 86, 87 ..D- Dagosiino, Dave 22, 130 Damaren, Dan 57, 170, 173 DAMPI-IOUSSE, ADELIA 99 Danek, Dan 57 Danek, Eleanor 22 DANNY 'S HAIR STYLING 213 Daugherty, Pat 22 Davanzo, Bruno 57 Davis, Dean 71, 81 Davis, Elizabeth 12, 15, 22, 57, 67, 136, 148 , Davis, Evelyn 57 ' Davis, Gregory 8, 22, 140 Davis, William 71 Dawson, Steve 22, 174 Dealonzo, Kimberly 71 Deangelis, Rob 22 DEARBORN BANK G TRUST 209 DEARBORN HEIGHTS CLINIC 205 DEBATE, FORENSICS 135 Debono, Ken 72, 168, 169 Debono, Nick 16, 22, 167 Degraaf, Gary 72, 174 Delehant, Pam 12 DEI5EKTA, JACQUELINE 67 9 Delicate, cindy es, 81, 18 Delicato, Craig 57 Delicato, Mark 22 Delong, Gayle 54, 67 Demarco, Isabel 68, 72, 150, 152, 177 Demarco, Victoria 54, 55, 857, 122, 129, 152 Dembeck, Jeff 49 Denby, James 72 Dennis, Sharon 22 Depoole, Brad 23, 33 Deral, Kevin 57 Derderian, Gary 72 Derminer, Brian 72 Derminer, Carolyn 57 Derossett, Barbara 57, 150 Des Rosiers, Dauna 72 Deverglio, Bryan 23 Divligxe, Richard 23, 140, Diaz, Francisco 57 Dibble Scott 49 9 - I D1cK,'JoYcE 94, 176, 177 183 Dicks, George 72 Dieson, David 15, 23 Dieson, Deborah 72 Dillon, Earl 58 Dillon, Luther 57 Dimech, Manuel 23, 147 Distelrath, Debby 58, 139 Distelrath, Sally 72, 133, 139, 141 Divergilio, john 72 Dolby, Beth 72, 183 Diligski, Denise 72, 101, 8 Donovan, Linda 58, 155 Doody, Mary 72 Dorchak, William 23 Dowd, Marie 58 Doyle, Linda 11, 23, 115, 193 DRAMA CLUB 212 DRAKE, EILEEN 97 Draper, Lawrence 58 Draper, Linda 72 Drey, Renee 68, 72 DRILL TEAM 122 Drouillard, Richard 58 Dryden, Karen 58, 63 Duff, Jewell 68, 72 Duffield, Janice 23 Duke, Christi 72 Dull, Ted 117 DUMMER, WILLIAM 108, 128, 129, 141 Dunaitis, George 72, 167 Duncan, Mark 72 Dunham, james 72 Durham, Lee 72, 81 DYDA, WILLIAM 6, 58, 101, 116, 119,140 Dyer, Debra 72 Dyer, Timothy 58 DYNOMITE-VAN- CUSTOMIZING 203 Dziubek, Heather 68, 72, 133, 181 A Dziubek, Priscilla 58 -13- Earls, Darla 1 Edwards, Kathy 15, 23 Edwards, Timothy 72 EGLINT ON , EDWARD 81, 108, 161 Ehlert, Jackie 58 Eichner, Kenneth 23 Elandt, Melvin 58 Ellefson, Doug 170, 172 E G M HARDWARE 207 Emest, Roberta 72, 122 Esper, Pam 58, 155 Evans, Jeffrey 72 Evans, Sheila 72 -p- FAIRLANE AUTO SERVICE 205 FALLS LOUNGE 211 Farkas, Ann6, 8, 23, 120, 124, 126, 129, 176, 177 Farmer, Linda 23 Fary, Vincent 73 Fedel, Frank 10, 14, 23, 134, 164, 165 Fadoir, Richard 72 Falconer, Sheila 72 Falconetti, Mario 58 Falkiewicz, Pam 58 ' - Felmore, Waneida 58, 153 Fenbert, Cathy 23, 141 Fenech, Shirley 54, 58, 122, 129, 133 Ferla, Chris 23 Fernengel, Theresa 68, 72, 133, 180, 181, 187 Ferrell, Debbie 23, 155 Ferriby, Robin 70, 150, 153 Fetner, Steve 58 Fields, Edward 58 Filbert, Tanya 72 Fillinger, Larry 24, 129 FINNSON, MARY 142 Fisher, Daryl 177 Fisher, Ed 72 Fishe7r, Kathy 24, 122, 129, 13 Fisher, Lori 72 Fisher, Michelle 24 Fite, Rick 58 Flohr, Patricia 58, 150, 152, 155 Flores, Faustino 72 Focht, Dale 67 Focht, Linda 24 JUDGE LEO K. FORAN 205 Fordham, Gary 72 Fordham, Gregory 72 FORD LANES 211 Foreman, Cynthia 58 Fortier, Janice 58 Fountain, Lisa 72 Fountaine, Sue 24, 155 Fowler, Cindy 24, 155 Fowler, Karen 24, 33 FOX'S PASTY SHOP 213 Franas, Mary 68, 73 FRANCESCO'S 209 Franldin, Greg 15, 24 Franzil, Susan 73 Freeman, Donna 73 Frigo, Isabelle 73 Fritz, Denise 73 Fuoco, Cynthia 73 Fuoco, David 58 Furmaga, Kenneth 24, 174 Fu.rmaga,'Michelle 73, 181 Furrow, Douglas 24, 129, 135, 136 -G- Gabourie, games 73 Gabourie, ary 6, 24, 129, 177 ' Gagnon, Pamela 73 Galvan, Linda GAPPY, KATHERINE 181 Gard, Joy 73, 153, 157 Gardner, Keith 78, 8 Garrison, Darlene 73 GASS, DANIEL 107, 130, 131 Gattyan, Lorie 58, 129, 141, 150, 152, 154 Gaushas, Kim 58, 137 Geisler, Clifton 58 George, David 73 George, Deborah 73 GEORGE'S TEXACO 209 Gerke, Bettina 59, 81 Greeb, Mike 114 Gerke, Michael 24 Geroux, Robert 24 Gibson, Theresa 68, 81 Gilbert, Kelly 59, 161, 169 Gillim, Laquita 73, 81 Gillim, Nick 59, 162 GiLmer, Sheila 24 Ginter, Marcia 59, 179 Gioiosa, William 73 Giron, Carl 24 Giron, Tracy 59 GLENS T.V. SALS 8 SERVICE 211 Glowski, Kathleen 54, 59 Gniewek, Daniel 24 GNIEWEK'S TROPHIES 207 Goder, Carolyn 73 Goike, Ray 59 GOLDEN GROOMER 206 Gomolak, Steven 25 GONCHAROFF, DARRYL 104, 132, 133, 192, 193 Gooch, Thomas 25 Goodreau, Brian 12, 22, 33 161 Goodreau, Gail 59, 122, 123, 137 Goodreau, Ron 117 Goormastic, Lori 25 Gorman, Mark 73 Goyette, Bernie 59 Goyette, Connie 25, 148 Grabo, Tamara 49 Graciak, David 73 Graham, Gary 73 Gramblin, Doreen 25, 129, 176, 177 Grannn, Diana 25, 45, 129, 136, 179, 184, 185 Grannan, Mike. 59 GRANT, WILLARD 105 Graves, joseph 59 Green, James 73 Green, Sandra 47, 141 Green, William 59, 129, 134, 165, 166, 167 Gregely, Sharon 54, 59 5 Grendel, Michael 73 Gribben, David 73, 81, 137, 150, 151, 152 Griffin, Clifford 169 Griffin, Pam 25, 41 Griffith, Carol 59 Griffith, Christi 59, 97 Griffith, Jane 73 Grigg, Michael 73 Gross, Kenneth 59 Gross, Steven 73 Grougan, Tom 25, 134, 140, 167 Grzebienik, Matt 73 Grzebienik, Mike 25 Grzegorczyk, Bill 25, 40 Guiles , g Guy 73 Guyot, Jim 59, 63, 163, 170 Gyuran , Joseph 147 -1-1- Haas, Anna 25 Hachadurian, Cher 25 Hachadurian, Lynette 81 , 143 Haddad, Kelly 25, 148 Hafkesbrink, Linda 25 Hahn, Renee 59, 177 Haktsian, Marilyn 155 Hall, Denise 73 Hall, Gail 25, 148 Hall, Gregory 81 Hambel, Rhonda 54, 59, 133, 139 Hamilton, Gina 26 Hamilton, Robert 59 Handley, Joy 26, 129, 148 Hanson, Barb 142 Haptmowixz, Jeanine 73, 183 HARBS HOBBY SHOP 213 Harmon, Richard 73 Harper, Clyde 54, 59, 66 Harper, Mark 73 Harris, Ann 8, 26, 129, 133, 178, 179, 184, 193 JOHN M. HARRIS, MAYOR 204 Harris, Lawrence S9 Harris, Sandra 73, 141, 186, 187 Harris, Tim 59, 140 Harrison, Ron 59 Hart, Deborah 73 - Hart, Debra 73 Harton, Lisa 47 Hawkins, Kim 26 Hawkins, Vickie 59, 153 Hay, Susan 68, 73, 133, 141, 150, 152 Heabert, Denise 26 Hedges, Jeffrey 59 Heinrich, Diane 59 HELKA, CAROL 89, 144 HELNER, ALPHONSUS 99, 14 Henson, Janet 14, 26, 37, 45, 114 Henterly, Beth 9, 26, 117, 148 Heugel, Anthony 73 Heyler, Charlotte 73 Hicks, Steven 26 Hill, Kevin 74 Hill, Patrick 11, 26, 37, 134, 144, 161 Hill, Wanda 26 Hilton, Barbara 59 Hilton, Victoria 74 Hisrnanek, James 59 Hindmarsh, Michael 114, 134, 170 J Hinz, Paul 26, 114, 140, 144, 161 I-Iinzman, Kenneth 59 Hittsman, Todd 59 Hix, Antionnet 74 Hix, Doris 26, 40 Hoffman, Mark 26, 147 Hoglin, John 74 Holey, Mark 71, 74, 75, 81, 163, 170 HOMECOMING COURT 117 Horwith, Diane 68, 74 Horwith, Mike 26, 134 HOUSE OF GIFTS 209 Howell, Shelly 26 Hubbard, Danny 67 Hubbard, Debbie 26, 40, 141 Hubert, Donald 74 I Hubert, Michael 81 Hudak, George 74 Huettman, Randall 74, 169 HULLBROS. RENTAL, INC. 214 JOE HUFFMASTER 161 Humphrey, Brian 26, 147 -1- Illyes, Andrew 27 Indelecato, Mary 27 Ingram, Bob 12, 27, 44 Irvin, Curtis 74, 170 Isom, Jacquelyn 27, 106, 148 Isom, Kimberly 74, 153 IVERSON, THOMAS 204 ..J.. Jacek, Jim 6, 27, 137, 138 Jacek, William 74 Jackson, Sandy 49 Jackson, Jeffery 59, 150, 152, 165 Jaffke, Bonita 74 Jafike, Roberta 27 JAN TROPICAL FISH 205 JAZZ BAND 154 JEFFERS, DONALD 91 Jenkins, David 27, 166, 167 Jenkins, Mike 81, 92, 174 Jensen, Emilie 59, 141, 150, 152 Jentz, Robert 59, 60, 170 Jen11, Susan 6, 27, 114, 122 Jerore, Elizabeth 74 J G K MOBIL 206 JOE'S PIZZERIA 213 Johnston, Joel 59, 134, 160, 6 JOHNSON PRODUCTS CO . 206 Johnston, Sue 59, 141, 177 Jolly, Leon 60 Jones, Patty 27, 139 JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL 54 J.V. BASKETBALL- BOYS 168, 169 J.V. BASKETBALL- GIRLS 181 J.V. CHEERLEADERS 121 J.V. FOOTBALL 163 J.V. VOLLEYBALL 186, 187 J.V. WRESTLERS 172, 173 Justice, Vera 6, 13, 27, 120 -K- Kacher, Deborah 74, 181 Kalmar, Debbie 27, 40 Karcher, Joel 74 Karl, Cheryl 74 Karoub, Joseph 16, 60 Karoub, Mike 57 Katona, Nancy 27, 137 Katuzin, Nancy 60 Keblaitis, Kathryn 60 Keblaitls, Kemieth 81 Kehoe, Kevin 74 Kehoe, Timoth 9, 27 Kelly, Nancy 27, 145, 184, 185 Kelsey, Mark 74, 169 Kelsey, Tracy 27 Kemp, Patricia 28, 155 Kendra, Martin 6, 9, 10, 14, 28, 114, 130, 133, 134, 138, 146, Kent, Karen 28 Kerchen, Janice 54, 60 KIERNAN 'S LOUNGE 211 Kilby, Johanna 60 Kilby, Michael 60 Kinzer, Craig 28 Kirkpatrick, Pat 28 Kish, Debra 54, 60, 137 Kitchen, Brenda 28, 97, 153 Kitchen, Linda 28, 129, 176, 177, 184 Kitchen, Michael 74 Kitt, Marilyn 54, 67, 133 K 8 J PLUMBLING G HEATING 206 Kleiber, Charles 74 KLP JOINT 211 Klotz, Michael 74 Klover, Cynthia 74 Knamiller, Barb 15, 28 Knamiller, Raymond 74, 165 Kochan, Joseph 28, 134, 164, 165 Kochoff, Michele 54, 55, 60, 119, 133, 181 Kohlmeier, Allen 68, 74, 102, 170, 173 Kolehmainen, Tammy 60, 152, 182, 183 Krilo?svary, Anna Marie 74, 3 Kolozsvary, Cathy 28, 129 A Konczal, Helen 28 Konyha, Dale 28 Korejwo, Paula 54, 60, 61, 115,'121, 128, 133 Korte, Andrew 74 Korte, Mary 60 Korte, Susan 70, 74, 75, 121 , 174 Korzeniewski, Jill 74, 114, 141, 183 Kosko, Rosanne 28, 129, 133, 215 Kostelich, Sheryl 60, 153 Kostyshak, Diane 28 Kostyshak, Mike 60, 134 Kostyshak, William 60, 129, 141, 174 Kozlowski, David 28, 106, 145, 146, 147 Kramam, Anthony 60, 102 Kramarz, Donna 60, 137 Krawczyk, Barb 74 Kre , Linda 28, 129, 152 Kroll, Anna 29, 155, Kropla, Linda 74 . ' Krych, Michelle 60 Krzywonos, Dave 74, 168, 169 Kuehn, Tim 117 Kuras, Denise 60, 137, 155 Kumik, Angela 60 KCSSHANEK, ANDREW 86, Kurpieski, Terri 60, 130, 131 , 133 Kutz, Cindy 60 , Kutz, Debbie 29 -L- Labane, Sheila 29 LaBean, Denise 29 Lafferty, Julie 6, 47, 97 Lafleur, Dale 60 La Forge , Margaret 74 Lagerstrom, Brian 56, 60, 62, 160 Lang Gaily 8, 29, 167 LANGDO , DAVID 1oo Lange, David 60 . 1 Langevin, Carol 119 ' LANGLEYS 214 I J . Lantz, Donna 29,' 129, 141 Larson, Brian 60 Larson, Craig 74, 141 Larson, Gregory 74, 141 Larson, Thomas 29, 135 Lary, Patricia 69, 74, 122 Laskey, Barry 60 Lauer, Brian 75 Lauer, Laura 29 Lauer, Mahlon 119 LAVERDIER, VERNA 142 Lawson, Debbie 29 Lawson, Dennis Lawson, Teresa 81 LeVasseur, Karon 60 Lee, Charles 75 Lee, Debra 29 Lee, Donna 60, 145 I Lee, Nancy 75 - I Lee, Roger 29 , LEHNERT, NANCY 107 Leitch, Robert 29 Lemaire, Michael 60 Lemanski, Chuck 29, 147 Lemieux, Connie 75 Lemieux, Joseph 29 LEVESQUE, KRISTINE 96, 137 I Lewis, David 60 Lewis, Lori 61, 1307 Lewis, Ricky 75, 170 Liberty, Victoria 61, 155 Libich, Rick 29 Licari, Michelle 61 Licata, Charles 75 Licata, Michael 29 Licht, Keith 75, 165 Lichtner, Randy 49 Lichtner, Thomas 61 Liedl, Thomas 54, 61 Ligenza, Anthony 75 Lindsey, Chuck 174, 175 Lightle, Randy 49 Lilla, Nancy 75 Lindsey, Anita Linick, Daniel 75 LITTLE PROFESSOR BOOK CENTER 201 Lobdell, Lynn 30 Lochridge, Barb 60, 67, 122, 137 Lochridge, Dwight 75 J j . LOGUE, BLAKE 100 i 5 Lollio, Gino 61, 161 Long, Diana 75, 76 Long, Robert 30 , Long, Sherry 75, 141 Lopez, Deanna 30 Lopez, Denise 30 Ludlam, Ronald 61 Luellen, Carol 30 Lundquist, Kenneth 30, 133, 170 LUPO, FRANK 92 Luton, Tammy, 75 Lynch, Danny 30 LOCK, HAROLD 86, 87 -M- y MACHNEE, ROBBRT 90 Mack, Janet 68, 75, 1339, 180, 181 Magro, Commie 30, 148 Magro, Louise 75 Maidens, Deborah 75 Maine, Thomas 67 Maley,Christine 61 Maley, Janette 75 Malmsten, Tracy 54, 61 Maltby, Kenneth 61 Mangiapane, Jim 30, 147 Manns, Jeff 68, 75 Marchetti, Mark 30, 140, 146, 147 Marchi, Gary 75 Marchi, Perry 75 Marchuk, Grace 30, 118, 127, 132, 133, 139, 178, 179 MARIJANOVICH, ROBERT 63 Marijanovich, Tony 11, 61, 1.60, 161, 166, 167, 175, 93 MAR-KAY CLEANERS 209 Markin, Robert 75 Marsella, Daniel 61 Marshbanks, Timothy 61 Martin, Jeffrey 30, 147 Martin, Sharon 61 Marx, Janet 67 Marx, Steven 6, 9, 30, 124, 133, 134, 143, 164, 165, 174, 175 Mascot, Jeffrey 75 Massara, Michael 30, 41, 141, 147 , at . Massey, Gary 75 Masta er, Susan 75 Masters, Doug 75 Masters, Tim 30, 147 Mastroeni, Brian 75 Mastroeni, Roxann 61 Mathis, Darell 75, 141 MATTS MARKET 210 Mauelt, Laurie 75 Mayberry, Lisa 31, 129, 135, 136, 153 Mayberry, Scott 75 MAYFAIR AUTO PARTS 213 Mazzara, Lorraine 31 McBride , Karen 75 MCCart, Irene 31 Mizggartlry, Colleen 75, 122, MCCARTHY, ITH 109 M150 1-8124 JUD ' c a , Te 61 137 Mccafmzy, Dglgid 73, 170 McCartney, Robert 13, 31, 95, 170 McCloud, Laurie 61 McCoy, Laura 61 McCullough, David 75 McCullough, Jean 67 McCullough, Larry 31, 130, 134, 165 McDermott, Denise 6, 31 , 558, 117, 133,139 McDermott, Gary 54, 58, 61 , 170 MCDONALDS 203 1 MCEDONALD, TERRY 102, 2 5 1 ' McElhone, Pamela 61 McEwen, Tim 61 McGinnis, Jim 61 McGuire, Lisa 31 Mclnnes, Diane 31, 40 Mclnnes, William 75 McKee, Linda 61 I McKinnie, Bruce 31 McKinnie, Moira 76 Myers, Randolph 76 McLachlan, Michelle 56 , 61, 129, 133, 135, 136, 53 McMillan, Allen 61 , 166, 167 McNamara, Shawn 75 McPhee, Kimberly 75 McPhee, Tammy 47, 140 MiSI5ane, Edith 61 , 150, S McShane, Patty 61, 135, 136 McVeigh, Dawn 81 Mead, Melissa 75 Meixner, Barbara 31 Mellem, Lisa 31 ' MEL'S SAV-A-LOT 205 Mendolia, Vanessa 76 Mercier, Daniel 61, 153 Merritt, Terri 73 Metas, Phillip 73 Methven, Karla 73 Meyers, Edward 67, 164, 5 Meyers, Eleanor 31 Megs, Peggy 61, 129, 133, MIAZGOWICZ, EDWARD 98 Micheletti, John 61 Miesmer, Neal 61, 101, 162, 163 Mikulak, Karen 31, 127, 128, 129, 136, 179, 184 Mikulak, Linda 54, 61, 67, 150, 152, 154 V Mikus, Brian 76 i J Millar, Lori 31 V - MCLEAN, EDWARD 86 McDermott, David 6, 7, 8, 9, 31, 45, 115,132, 133, 134, 137, 141, 170, 171, 193, 215 Mezza, James 81 Milger, Darlene 73, 177, 3 Miller, Dianne 31, 44, 121 Miller, Garry 68, 76, 134, 150, 164, 165 Miller, Karen 54, 57, 67, 115, 133, 193 Miller, La 32 . Miller, Mel-iilene 68, 876, 177, 182, 183 si . Miller, Martin 61 ' I Miller, Sandra 32 Miller, Susan 76, 80, 177 Miruzzi, Mark 16, 32, 147 Mishloney, Kathy 32 Miteff, Susan 76 Montgomery, Ronda 32, 148 MONROE PHARMACY 209 Moody, Laura 61, 137, 144 Moore, Mike 32, 134 Moore, Susan 61 MOORE, ,VIVIAN 89 Moranty, Martha 76, 180, 181, 187 Moreno, Raymond 76 Mcigian, Dave 54, 62, 119, Morin, Nancy 62, 138, 179 Morich, Paulai6, 18, 32, 36, 116, 117, 1i20,e129, 130, 131, 133 8 A A MORIN, LAWRENCE 116 Morris, Kristine 54, 62, 177 Morris, Michael 58, 62, 67 Morris, Mike 62, 170 Morris, Mike 117 Morrison, Karen 62 Morse, Joseph 62, 170 Mosallam, Dalal 62 Moser, Mike 32, 147 Moyne, James 76, 150, 152, 154 MR. B'S BEER 8 BURGER 210 MR. FOOSBALL 201 Mrowczynski, Derek 76, 172 Mroz, Annette 76 Mrozowski, James 32, 76 Mryncza, Nancy 76 Mullins, Sheila 62 Munoz, Aaron 62 Murdock, Bill 32 Mm-hane, James 62, 76 Muter, David 62 Myers, Brian 32, 174 Myers, Karol 32 Myers, Kevin 62 ' -N Nabozny, Anne 69, 76 Nader, Rena 69, 76 Nagy, Arlene 32 Nagy, Darlene 62, 155, Nagy, Debbie 6, 33,747 ' NANNI, ROBERT 105, 135, 136 V Nash, David 76, 165 Nason, Richard 76 N.H.S. 129 Neely, Candace 62, 136, 155 . . Neely, Catherine 56, 62, 7, 133, 136 , g Neely, Shawn 76 Neely, Victor32, 152, 154 Neill, Sheila 32, 148, 149 Neubert, Jill 32 Newboles, Deborah 76, 81 Newboles, Devona 34 NEWINGI-IAM, JACK 108, 118, 161, 215 . NEWINGI-IAM, PRISCILLA 8 94, 179, 184 NEW PLACE LOUNGE 211 NEWSPAPER STAFF 130 Nichols, Debra 76 Nicholson, Geraly 62, 122 Nickell, Randy 62, 174 Nickerson, Wendi 34 Nicolai, Ralph 76 Nicolai, Thomas 65, 67 Nix, David 76 Nizyborski, Craig 76 North, Kari 62 Norton, Sandra 62 Novak, Angela 76 Novak, Gigi 153, 181 Novak, Michelle 76, 179 Nowak, Leslie 47, 129, 177, 215 Nowlin, Claude 76 Nowlin, Jessie 34 Nuckolls, Gail 34 NURSES AID 155 NU WAY SASH+ SCREEN 206 -Q- Obidzinski, Greg 62 Obidzinski, Lisa 76 Obidzinski, Mark 76 O'BRIENS FINE FOODS INC . 207 Ochalek, Joyce 142 Ochoa, Raymond 76 O'Connor, Colleen 34 O'Connor, Jamie 62 O'DROSKI, JOHN 71, 95 Ogdie, Judy 34 OLDENBURG, DONALD 62 OLDI-IAM, NEIL 68, 110 Olech, Chris 34 Oliver, Glenda 34, 137, 141 Olow, Patricia 76, 137, 141 Olson, Deborah 34 Olson, Mark 76 OPENING DAILY LIFE DIVIDER 114, 115 OPENING FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION DIVIDER 84, 85 OPENING SENIOR DIVIDER 4, s OPENING SPORTS DIVIDER 158, 159 OPENING THEME 23 OPENING UNDERCLASSMEN DIVIDER 52, 53 . O'Rourke, ,Kathy 34, 129 O'Rourke,i Eileen 68, 77 O'Rourke, Patricia 77 Orsborne, Gwen 34, 155 Osborne, Dennis 34 Osborne, Donna 77 01.3-ezlgette, Debbie 8, 34, Ouellette, Lorie 13, 15, 41, 47, 114, 133, 193 Ouellette, Patricia 77 Overdorff, Mark 77 -p- Pace, Domenico 77, 170 PACHY, STEVE 90, 105 Padgitt, Don 34, 48 Padlo, James 97 Paganini, Lea 34, 130, 137, 153 Pagac, Brian 67 Pagac, Bruce 77 J:PgI6I:1AER OFFICE SUPPLIES Pancoast, Jamie 77 Papp, Craig 62 Papp, Steven 62 Parchman, Robert 34 Park, Rebecca 35 Parer, James 62 PARKER, WILLIAM 110 Parrish, Joseph 77 Parrish, Leslie 177 Parshall, Kristen 68, 77, 133, 163 Parshall, Lynne 6, 7, 9, 13, 35,45,117,120,129, 133, 215 Patel, Sonal 81 Patemoster, Jim 62 Pates, James 77, 174 Pates, John 77, 174 Patrick, Carrie 6, 35, 130, 131 Patrick, Cathleen 77, 114, 121 PATRICK, DENNIS 100, 215 Patrick, Sherry 81 Patterson, Diane 75, 77, 81, 121, 133 PPETEIES. KOSTOFF FLOWERS Pavocilski, Leslie 77 Payne, Richard 35 Perki.ns, Daniel 77, 133, 150, 152 Perkins, Susan 12, 35, 45, 117, 126, 133, 141 Perry, Laurie 35, 118, 128, 129, 177, 184, 185 Perry, Sandra 68, 77, 80, 121 , 133 Persh, Mike 114 Peters, Jim 11, 35, 115, 160, 161 Peters, Joe 62 Peters, Julie 77, 141 Peters, Renee 77 PETE'S SHOE REPAIR 206 Petrie, Theresa 77 Petrosky, Thomas 62 Phillips, Irene 77, 141, 177 Phillips, Patty 54, 62, 133, 139 Piccoli, Denise 62, 120 Pigadiotis, Nick 35, 147 Pigadiotis, Steven 69, 77 Pillion, Carrol 67 Pinson, Kim 16, 35, 129, 130, 131 Piotter, Mike 62, 135, 136 Plata, Lionel 77, 174 Plata, Lucille 63, 129, 136, 177 Plata, Sonia 35 Plecha, David 77 Plecha, Gerald 63 Plonka, Janice 35 Podczervinski, Dane 118 Podczervinski, Darryl 77 Politis, John 35 Pongracz, Carol 35 Pongracz, Linda 63 POOLE, DAVE 163, 170 Porter, Cheryl 77 Posa, Josephine 77, 141 POTTER, BARBARA 106 Potter, David 77 Poynter, Phillip 35 Prainito, Dale 77 Price, Frank 56, 63, 163 Priebe, Dawn 63, 67 Priebe, Robin 35 Printiss, Debara 77 Printiss, Lynn 63 Proffitt, Ken 77 Pruzzo, Carol 35, 109, 130, 131, 177 Pruzzo, Mary 77, 177 -Q- QUALITY PAINTING CO. 211 Qualls, Jim 63 QUIGLEY, WILLIAM 109 Quiroz, John 77 -p,- RADUS, GERALD 104 Radzwion, Mark 38 Rafferty, James 77 Rafferty, Ted 38 Rafferty, Theodor 67 Raley, David 63 Raley, Laura 77 Ramazetti, Kaylyn 63 Ramirez, Carol 77 Ramirez, Linda 38, 155 Ramirez, Melissa 54, 63, 129 Ramirez, Yvonne 63, 136, 155 Ray, Sue 152 Reding, Sherie 78 Reed, Cynthia 77 Rees, David 163, 169 Reese, Gladys 63 Reginek, Cheryl 6, 33, 38, 45, 137, 148 Reginek, Cynthia 77 Reilly, Kathryn 63 Renaud, Tim 77 Renew, John 67 Rentschler, Matt 63 Renye, Joseph 78 Renye, William 63 Reynolds, Tammy 78 RESZCZYK, SANDRA 98 Rhodes, Robin 63, 67 Rice, Sherry 38, 122 Rice, Susan 78 Rice, Timothy 63 Ridenour, Darice 78 Riopelle, Andrea 63 Rippe, Mary 63, 153, 157 Roach, Donald 78 Roach, Ted 78 Roach, Tony 78 Robbins, Laurie 63 Roberts, Cheryl 78, 150, 152, 177, 187 Roberts, William 63 Robertson, Janice 38 Robertson, John 63, 167 Robertson, Patti 38, 155 Robidou, Kathy 38 Robinson, james 78 Robinson, Nathan 47 Roddy, Lorraine 63, 67 Roddy, Marguerit 78 Rodman, Kim 78 ROGERS AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS 207 Rogers, DeAnna 78, 81, 141, 150 Rogers, Lois 63 Rogers, Ron 38 Rogers, Shirley 59, 63, 139 Rohr, Alison 38 Rollins, Rance 77, 78 Roman, James 77, 78 ROOT, LARRY 102 Rosol, Bob 38 Rosol, Tom 63 Ross, Joy 38, 103, 129, 153 R 8 S NORGE VILLAGE 214 Ruber, I-Iarold 38 Ruiz, Emest 78 Rumpz, Joyce 177, 183 Rupert, Terri 81 Rushing, Carol 38, 136, 193 Russow, Barb 63, 155 Russow, Brenda 63 Russow, Don 78 Ryan, Kristie 63 RYAN, MADELYN 106 Rye, Kim 54, 63, 133, 137 -5.. Sadler, Tamra 38, 193 Salata, Greg 63, 134, 161 Salata, Matthew 38, 134, 135, 161 Summut, Margaret 63, 137 Sandecki, Andrew 63, 169 Sandecki, Karen 78 Sapielak, Bernadette 39, 155 Sapielak, John 170 Sapielak, Thomas 11, 39, 143, 170 Sargent, Janice 6, 11, 39, 122, 123, 137 Sargent, Michael 72, 78, 170 Saridis, Anastasi 39, 129, 137 Sawyer, David 63, 129, 141, 150, 152, 154 Sbroglia, Lori 39, 129, 148, 193 SCALZI, ANTHONY 91 Schafer, Chris 39 Schafer, Donna 64 Schmelzer, Leslie 78 Schmelzer, Nick 39, 103 Schulte, Kim 64 Schultz, Rich 39, 174 Schultz, Sandra 78- Schuyler, Tim 64 Schwagle, Delores 142 Schwagle, Robert 78 Schweitzer, Kenneth 78, 163 Scicluna, Charles 64, 78 Scott, Douglas 78 Scott, Karen 54, 64, 133, 187 Seay, Duane 57, 64, 161 Secord, Brenden 78 Seder, Teresa 115 Sedlock, Dale 78 Sedlock, Donna 39, 148 SelderS,rDiane 64, 96 SENIOR AD 215 SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL 6 Seog, Nancy 39 SEVEN ELEVEN 206 Sewejkis, Teresa 39 Seymour, Brenda 64, 155 SEXTON ICE CREAM 205 Sharkey, Susan 64 Sharp, Angel 78 Sharp, Donna 64 Shaw, Stephen 64 Sheen, Bomiie 39, 93, 129, 135, 177, 183 Sheridan, Charles 39 Sheridan, Malissa 64 Sheridan, Vincent 78 Shirley, Donald 78 Shirley, Robert 39 SHERRI'S UNISEX HAIR SALON 214 Shoemaker, Cheryl 78 Short, Robert 11, 16, 36, 39, 115, 161, 193 Shortridge, Pat 64 Siemiesz, Susan 78, 181 Siemien, Thomas 39, 161 Simms, Cynthia 67 Simms, Dianne 64, 67, 137, 155 Simms, Richard 73, 78, 163 Sismons, Curtis 42 A SIMOWSKI, DAVID 54, 109 Sippel, Suzanne 54, 64, 119, 133, 141 SISSON, JOHN 90 SKI CLUB 138 Skulina, Christopher 78 Skulina, Ray 42 Slay, Mitchell 78 Sloan, Don 42 DR. SLY 213 Smith, Arnold 42 Smith, David 78 Smith, George 42, 115, 162 Smith, Kay 96 Smith, Mark 78 Smith, Michael 79 Smith, Toni 79 Snyder, Cynthia 122 Snyder, Joanna 118 jnytka, Robert 42, 118, .29, 133, 205 Sobczak, Ellen 79 Soiios, Evangelin 68, 79, 186, 187 Sofios, James 42, 174, 187 SOLOR KINETICS 206 Solanick, Barb 42 SOPI-IOMORE CLASS COUNCIL 68 SOULE, CHARLES 93, 138, 165 Southard, Mike 64 Spencer, Robert 42 Spiegel, Janis 79, 141 Spiegel, Joann 64, 141, 181 Spiker, Kent 64, 153 Spradlin, Steven 79 Sprietzer, Beth 54, 64, 129, 141 , 177 St. Andrew, Tim 64, 161, 167 St. Lawrence, Randy 64 St. Pierre, Mary 42 Stachowicz, John 79 Stahl, Gail 64, 179 Stanley, Jerry 79 STANLEYS BAR 209 STANLEY'S RESTAURANT 204 STAPLETON, JERRY 91 STATE FARM INSURANCE co. 216' Stavropulos, Nick 42, 147 Steffes, Martha 64 STEIN, RITA 107 Stennett, Darryl 79 Stennett, Keith 64 STEUBE, MR. GERALD 86 Stevens, Ronald 42, 129, 133, 141 Stevens, Sabrena 68, 79, 177, 183 Stewart, Regina 81 Stidham, Sherry 79 Stockdale, Gai 42, 137 Stockdale, Gary 79 Stokes, Troy 79 STOMP, EVELYN 97 Stothers, Waldo 79 Stover, Denise 42 STRONACH, LAURIE 86, 87 Stronach, Sherri 47, 129, 176, 177 STROME, PAIGE 119 STROME, TERRY 88, 116, 119 Strothers, Norma 64, 153, 155 Stroud, George 42, 147 Stuart, Walter 79 Stucki, Timothy 64 STUDENT COUNCIL 113 STUDZ HARDWARE 204 Suchyta Casimir 10, 43, 129, 135, 136, 145, 156 Suchyta, Eugene 64, 129, 136, 174, 175 Suggs, Alicia 33, 43 Sugcgy, Pamela 79, 186, Sullivan, Kathy 6, 43, 128, 129, 133, 135, 183 Sullivan, Kevin 45, 61, 64, 101 SULLIVAN, MARY 86, 87 Sullivan, Mike 64 SULLIVAN, PATRICIA 96 Sullivan, Pat 79 Summers, Diane 97 Summers, Robert 64 Summers, Shari 79 SUNNY SIDE MARKET 202 Suriano, Carmela 67 Suriano, Diarme 64 Suriano, Elizabeth 43, 45, 129, 133, 179, 184 Sutherland, George 64 Swain, Loriann 54, 64, 130, 131 SVILAND, MARTIN 192 BOYS SWIM TEAM 174 GIRL SWIM TEAM 177 Switzer, Jerry 43, 141 Swoveland, William 79 SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING 183 Szaniszlo, Mark 79 Szedlus, Karen 79 ..T- Takala, William 79, 81 Talamonti, Carol 68, 79, 139, 183 Talamonti, Sharon 43, 118, 127, 133, 148 Tamborino, Rudy 65 Tamm, Cynthia 43 Tamm, Karen 65, 133, 137 Taylor, James 43, 140, 147 Teall, Cheryl 79 Teeley, James 65 Teichman, Fred 65 Tejada, Gerardo 79, 169 Telners, Harold 43, 129, 141, 148, 149 Telners, Ronald 79, 152, 154 Tempe, Alice 142 Teschendorf, Colleen 68, 79, 181 Tessmar, Gary 12, 37, 43, 57, 117, 119, 141, 161 Tessmar, Kim 65 . Tessmar, Mike 63, 74, 79, 163 THEATRE ARTS 136 Thomas, Lorie 65, 137 Thomas, Paul 33, 43, 93, 141 Thomas, Rodney 65 Thompson, Daniel 65 Thompson, John 65 Thompson, Melody 79 THOSTENSON, JON 163 Tiberia, Barb 43, 177 Tidwell, Donna 65 Tomaszewski, Donna 65 Toner, Cynthia 81 TONY'S LOUNGE 205 Torrice, Kathy 43 Toth, Laura 65, 129, 133, 139 TOWN LINE REALTY 206 Traskos, Deanne 65 Traskos, Jerry 65 Traskos, Ted 43, 44, 59 Trezil, Arthur 79, 174 Trezil, Jean 43, 141 Tricoff, Charleen 65, 115, 155, 161, 163 Trimble, Donald 13, 43, 133, 153 Trimble, Greg 6, 43, 133, 134, 140, 146, 147 TRIO LUMBER 205 Tripp, William 65, 79, 163 Truitt, Jeff 43, 147 Trumbla, Gary 43 Trfimbla, Keith 79, 152, 54 Tue, Diana 79 Trirbin, Don 65, 134, 161, 69 Turner, James 79, 163, 169 -U- Ueiz, Maureen 65, 181, 187' Ulrich, Mitchell 79 Ulrich, Sue 148 Umbenhowar, Debra 65 -V- Valentine, Nancy 45, 65, 179 Van Belle, Sherry 80 VAN BORN AUTO SUPPLY 206 VAN BORN PHARMACY 211 Vanderlinden, Robert 65 VanDooren, Denise 65, 155 Vanl-Iulle, Cathy 46, 129, 179 VanOrden, Linda 46, 135, 136 , 177 , VAN -PEL- STANDARD 204 Var-go, Thomas 73, 80 VARSITY BASKETBALL QBOYSJ 167 VARSITY BASKETBALL QGIRLSJ 179 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 120 VARSITY CLUB 134 . VARSITY FOOTBALL' 161 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 184 VARSITY WRESTLERS 170 Vaughan, Jill 9, 46, 126, 130, 133, 135, 136, 179, 84 Vecchioni, Kathy 6, 7, 9, 11, 46, 117,120,133, 192, 193 Vecchioni, Steve 117 Vecchioni, Tom 80 Vella, Joe 73, 80, 170 Vella, John 46, 130 Villar, Mike 54, 65, 129, 168, 169 Villegas, Dan 80 Villegas, Vic 177 VOCATIONAL PRINT CLASS 140 VODI'N'S HOME IMPROVEMENT 210 VOGEL, MIKE 88, 89 Volos, Ann Marie 80 Voydanoff, Dave 65, 114 Vayles, John 81, 174 -W- Walden, Patricia 66, 155 Wales, Debra 66 Walker, Rosemary 155 Wall, Candace 46, 136, 137, 141, 153 Wallace, Marian 66 Walters, Jody 80 Walters, Michelle 80, 187, 188 , Wamble, Jesse 80 Warren, Linda 80 Waterman, Tamara 68, 80 Watland, Michael 77, 80 Watson, Carolynn 46 Watson, Kathy 66, 122 WAYNE OUT-COUNTY TEACHERS CREDIT UNION 214 Weatherholt, Terry 80 Weatherholt, Tom 46, 193 Weaver, David 46 Webb, Karen 66, 155, 184 Webb, Scott 66 Wedlick, Glenn 46, 170, 171 Wedlick, Kathy 66 Wegge, Connie 80 Wejrowski, Valerie 68, 80 Welker, James 46 Wellfare, Michelle 66 Werderitch, Paul 46 Wethington, Tim 46, 146, 161 White, David 47 White, Jeffery 80 White, Mark 47, 119, 140, I 161, 170 ' White, Michal 80 White, Paul 66, 133, 136 Whitehouse, Fred 46 Whimey, Jessie 66, 129, 141 Widmayer , Steven 80 Wilder, Am 46, 141 Wilder, Paul, 80 Wilk, Steven 80, 174 Wilke, Julie 65, 155 Williams, Danny 65 Williams, George 46, 129, 141, 147 Williams, James 65 Williams, Julie 46 Williams, Karen 68, 80, 187 Williams, Kathy 80 Williamson, Linda 54, 65, 133, 187 Willms, Darrel 115 Wilson, Brian 80 Wilson, Stephen 49 Wilson, Susan 47 Winder, Doug 47, 147 Winder, Patty 47 Wineka, Abigail 68, 80, 81 Wagner, Scott 174' Winnie, Stuart 65 Wineka, Michele 47 Wineka, Pat 47 Winslow, Diane 9, 16, 47, 114, 117, 143, 193 Winslow , Jud 116, 117 Winslow, Joe 79, 80, 119 Wint, Joan 65, 80 Wint, Bob 105 Witte, Pat 80 Wnorowski, Cathy 67 Wojtas, Michelle 6, 47, 129, 133, 184 Wolffradt, Carol 80, 139 Wolffradt, Shirley 54, 65 Woods, Brian 47, 147, 215 Woods, Jeff 80 Wooten, Roger 80 Wortham, Tammy 65, 155 WRESTLERETTES 139 Wright, Mary 68, 80 Wrobel, Tim 65 WRUBLEWSKI, RONALD 98 WYANDOTTE SAVING BANK 214 Wyatt, Kelly 66 Wyatt, Robin 80 -x,Y,z- YEARBOOK CLASS 193 York, Bernie 66 York, Eileen 66, 103, 153, 155 Zadigian, Mark 59, 66 Zapigan, Maureen 68, 80, 187 Zain, Abraham 80 Zain, Charlie 67 Zakarian, Nick 66 Zambo, MaryBeth 80 Zannese, Dina 54, 55, 66, 129, 133, 141, 152, 154 Zapinski, Mark 80, 163 Zapp, Delores 47 Zapp, Kenn 80, 170, 172 Ziesak, Randy 80 Zombeck, Bonnie 80 Zubok, Paul 148 Zuk, Anita 80 Zm-, Thomas 80 Zuziak, Dennis 66 by 0 0 Qs. 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D I K D 9 n i In P 1 PHONE 563-7288 CRIPPS CLEAN ERS 20640 VAN BORN RD. DEARBORN HEIGHTS MICH. 48125 SAME DAY SERVICE REPAIRS 8L ALTERATIONS We Clean Drapes Decorator-Pleated 1 5 LO2 TRIO LUMBER COMPANY 291-8700 23525 VAN BORN TAYLOR 1X2 Mi E of Telegraph Sexton Ice Cream FROSTY GOODIE COMPANY Dearborn Hgts MI - 6 48125 TONY S LOUNGE Liquor- Co cktails -Dancing 5737 TELEGRAPH DEARBORN HGTS MICH D P 5 D D 5 , , ' 5 ,qt 22228 Van Born Rd. 5 oo " 48' , ' BEST WISI-IES TO THE CLASS OF '77 yuzvaf 1290 IC yofwv 20th District Court Dearborn Heights 3,4 116647175 BEST WISI-IES FROM FAIRLANE AUTO SERVICE TO THE CLASS OF 21196 VAN BORN ROAD CONC RATU LATIONS SE NIOR CLASS F ROM THE DSAKIKOKN H5168 ZS CZLTJNYE H6 MN S Z'l60P,76L4L' EUS!! 292-3680 4807 s Telegraph For All Your Fish Needs jan s jungle Sz Pet Supplies 4655 S Telegraph 296-3680 X ' Z .... ...... 7.5. A , See Pete about the shoes on your feet! Co 1' t f a f ' d. I Paws sffoe 168124716 mp men S O neu 233773. Awafksow eomzmmzf Congratulations Senior Class. VAN IKOIZN JZIZOJWOUJV5 SZIPPUI AUTO PARTS AND ACCESSORIES ZOWNZJNE k8'4'C Cy EDDIE SHUSTA I L 5 8288 BEST WISI-IES FUTURE HGMEOWNERS! STEVE KAPINOS i1:LSgi, 1020 V Dim 'R d james D. Musgrave -- Broker H -' jsiigli,-.Q 5 ,. .,,'2-I' Deariygrnolflneiglfg 21906 Van Born Rd. Dearborn Heights, Mich. gggsseissstinlp l . ' Phone 278-1650 Mi. 48125 Q .. it MEMBER: W Good luck Graduates bc DOWN RIVER a u 50179416 KJNEZJKS 60163 DEARBOR N Z3 q WESTERN WAYNE - OAKLAND f Manufacturer of Solar Energy Blankets - ardmal Realty, Inc. REALTOR BOARDS . For Swimming Pf-616. Si T77 mssazzmrtzfssfmw, MULTI- LIST SERVICE 565-4644 PAT KERNS, G,R,I,, R,A,M, Bus. 295-1410 H 1133129150 i s : tnzconoznl M b I S y P o i ervice , ... lf2fiEiSON PRODMFQEFEFFDEPIF C PHONE 563-4030 ' GDENERAL MANAGER B ,OOO BRUESUEE D B 41 i 3359?Y.2T2B"i'I. 32126 A O2 51. O7 32 DEARBORN HEIGHTS, MICH, 48125 S I s phone: 563-4050 Best Wishes to the Senior Class! JV!!-111,411 SAS!-l 561655217 GOMPAWV T Charmant rj? 3 . W 20455 Van Born. . !w.,e'? Q5 Q BEAUTY SALON ' ,fm 0 -- ri 7-11 P,41ezzf.s'w1e.s' 1 20232 Van Born , v Dearborn Hgts' Mlchlgan Lf' ,f Congratulations To The Class Of 77. T S 0 ' . Always A Friendly Atmosphere 630 a'5I267'-E,QihiQ1G a' m' . VANITIES - DISPOQALS QSTALL SHOWERS W S A Ph ' 292-4640 mum ima 2 88,4 wwf 9 COMPLETE BATHROOMS, FAUCET REPAIR SERVICE, , OPEN SUNDAY ARLENE S S PH. 292-6262 23569 VAN BORN, TAYLOR, MICH. HAIR FASHIONS KIRK BRAYMAN OWNERS JAMES CHRISTY . 23804 Van Born : Z Dearborn Heights, Michigan Q go Q M Permanents - Hair Cutting ' Psrsfuolv Blow Cuts 8a Styling Q LLBREEDS Tinting - Bleaching - Frosting 21743 van Bom Phone: OpCI'l Wed. SL Thurs. EVCHiI'lgS . Taylov, Mich. 481m 277-0275 'u' ' Y' r r + 0 Q Q o ou ou 0 0 . 0 0 0 cu 'I' OWNER MANAGER ANN AND JIM O BRIEN DAVID O BRIEN FEATURING Kentucky Fried Chicken TAKE OUT ONLY TAKE OUT AND DINING ROOM 7211 ALLEN . 4605 S. TELEGRAPH PH. 928-3811 292-4430 292-4266 24402 W. WARREN DEARBORN HEIGHTS 278-8300 O'l3'l6l6WS UNE 900275 ING- RD Tu? f'N :rubble does Real Seafood Flown in Fresh Daily LUNCHEON DINNER d - Monday-Saturda Mon ay Satlirday 4 m to ll 30 D ' 1 Y . . : .m. 11 a'm' to p'm' sunday 2 p.m. to ll p.m. 22041 MICHIGAN AVENUE 562-4000 E 84 M HARDWARE SUPPLIES GUTTERS - LAWN 8a GARDEN SUPPLIES 20702 Van Born Dearborn Heights Mich. LO 5-7950 Open Sunday 10-3 48125 GLASS - PAINT - PLUMBING -ELECTRIC Try Our Hair Cuts Dearborn Heights Michigan 48125 OPEN MON -- FRI 8.00 A M TO 6.00 P M SATURDAY 8.00 A M TO 4.00 P M 15116165 13241613516 SHOP 21140 Van Born Road 7, ..... was CH 3,278 I 130 DISTRIBUTOR OF LNCGM EIAN - TmlSllCl an - NIEWEK S TROPHIES INC 21925 MICHIGAN AVENUE DEARBORN MICHIGAN 45124 QUALITY SINCE 1927 RESIDENTIAL - INDUSTRIAL 24130 VAN BORN DEARBORN HEIGHTS, MICHIGAN 48125 Ph e I313J 295-2300 FENCE VARIOUS TYPES - MATERIALS - ERECTION SERVICE LO 2-5394 LO 2-5395 16065165 All COMA C76 CKANSJWJSSJONS Specialist in Bands and Linkage Adjusted -- Universal joints Standard 81 Overdrive -- Rear Ends -- Clutches REPAIRS -- EXCHANGE 81 INSTALLED Weekdays 8 a ni to 5.30 p m 19215 Van Born Rd Closed Saturday Allen Park, Mich. 48011 ASH FENCE INC. .u ...... u . .u .... u . . . it 0 0 0 O 0 no a OOOOO . - Q PORTRAIT ANU CUMMERCIAL PHUTUGRAPHY D Q D , 'ff-XF N B. ..-1:7 T ' 1 K -, rig, M 851 Q, ' 4 Q O mi 5 -.'. : Q Y ,. 7 if ?' ' ? I - Q Q q . 5069 SCHAEFER , numsnnu Q LU1-1165 - . ' .. ...u .c.4..u .... u. . D .u up ...... 'Ina . 73. C, ..... vie .MOJVICO5 PHA KMJW 3735 Monroe at Carlysle Dearborn Michigan Phone LO2-6880 Featuring the Finest Gift Selection Year Around Hallmark Greeting Cards - Sanders Candy S DEARBORN BANK 8I TRUST Free Checking for New Graduates YOUNG ADULTS ACCOUNT MEMBER FDIC A ge , L I 7L " I 'I f l A Q f QI ' 4 ji V LOGAN 3-0444 MAR-1614 Z! 6L?6L4JV8l6S M76 PROFESSIONAL DRAPERY CLEANING SIDNEY STROUD 3829 Monroe Blvd President Dearborn Michigan Sl-IUFFLE BOARD FAMOUS GROUND MSW SCAJVLEVS 13,416 18713 VAN BORN ROAD AT SOUTHRIELD ROAD JIM KITCHEN ALLEN PARK MICHIGAN ROUNDS BI W ' HOUSE OF GIFTS - D 4469 T , 48125 2781355 6501668 S 5541334 60 Ph. 561-0817 TOWING SERVICE Tune-ups - Brake Jobs - Minor Repairs OPEN SUNDAYS 4539 Telegraph Rd. WKDYS. 6am-10pm Dearborn Heights Mich. LO 2 0457 Lo. 2-4646 Q55 .CDLZZQ ANGELO s PIzzERIA X I ll I P 22713 MICHIGAN AVE IZZ DEARBORN. MICH. 4Bl24 I . J A TI WATCH R WEDDING A S MEN OMEN S I I I gr G JEWELRY WATCH C Cx IMPORTED BI OMESTIC N T JEWELRY - S R GlFTS AND CARDS EOE E RE ALI. OCCASIONS B C ELEGRAPH DEARBORN HTS MICH M MILE N OF VAN B P S GENUINE FACT PARTS 9 . . . L I ,- w 'K x .... ...... 73. A -O Hounsz :v1Oor:6.8'I'5II6IR. - FRI. PHONE Tl 6-9088 Home Improvement CO' TLJES. WED. - SAT. - 10 TO 6 - FIRE AND WINDSTORM REPAIRS - ROOFING Ca ,neo Alialaf ol, - CARPENTRY - ADDITIONS - DISTINCTIVE CREATIONS H GOwNs - FORMALS - AFTER FIVE - GUTTERS .. WINDOWS - DOQRS X gowna . . . Ay Clyiacleaine JOHN VODEN U 13300 MICHIGAN Ave. 5622473 2096? Van Bw U 2 Brooms EAST OF SCHAEFER DEARBORN MICH. Deafbom Heights, M1Ch- 48125 H N , ' H ,MK 15'S 155513 .AND 1511166513 N H Serving Delicious Sandwiches CCS MARKS? H Featuring The Only Square Burgers In Town. 3633 SOUTH TELEGRAPH H 2941 S. Telegraph 561-5161 DEARBORN Q Best Wishes To The Class Of "77" N H 2.9 Yl?.S1gEXPEHIENL'E! ROR RI?pRHE'E'S'iRSR'L'Kf5'SRL'eiERO'RSTITGC3EL Us PROFESSIONAL CUSTOM-MODERN Q ANUQUE FURN'TU'RE' AND ANTIQUE UPHOLSTERING fHA I NEW CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE I MANY SAMPLES TO CHOOSE FROM UPHOLS TERING R RRRRRRRR RRRRRR R NEW CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE WITH NEW FRAMES Q RESIDENT DEARBORN -- DEARBORN HGTS, SINCE 1946 . -- FREE ESTIMATES -- ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS! EST. 1947 Q 20443 VAN BORN CTAYLOR5 277- 9077 For all your upholstering, repairing and decorating ideas. -- Remember CHARLES HAYNES C O O O DQ lu 4 U Q Q O O +222 ' ' ' nm P u i 20442 Van Born Road Dearborn Heights Michigan 5 Logan 2-3820 UNISEX HAIRSTYLING Pnsclslon HAIRCUTTING PERMA NEN T- WA VING COLORING 1 JIM and MARIE HOSNER 1 22917 VAN BORN TAYLOR MICHIGAN 48180 Add. Parking A Entrance ' Rear 5 I 'p , 1 A Steak, Hmwe Ccckiada X 21931 MICHIGAN AVE. 5 Quan OAKWOOD1 u DEARBORN, MICH. 48124 L0 5-4260 5 PROFESSIONAL SATISFACTION WORK GUARANTEED .Qll,4lT.7Z'1f PAJN 5177175 60.114 PAN If CUSTOM INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL 22027 VAN BORN TAYLOR MICH 48180 JOE LAKE FREE ESTIMATES 274- 1677 H5.f4ll U5 1301! ZFZQZI5' Hairstyling 81 Wig Salon LO 2-0445 MAKE-UP CONSULTANDS DEARBORN, , . MICH. A PERMANENTS HAIR CUTTING VAN HORN PHA RMAW .7y4,C,CS ,COZIJVGE BEST WISI-IES TO THE CLASS OF 77 BOB EARL FRANK New Place Lounge 22723 MICHIGAN AVENUE DEARBORN Your 4',' if I Hosts AV l g? U Earl Ray and Bob ff" -'ww . Xfieaelf-:V I I I I I i I ,X :ist .- uw -silk! Q..- ERQXR5 I 1 anti. my , ..n. an 1 .-, 1 ...I-.. , iw. u, I 4 . ,nu-., s. x. ..... , - ..-QS b , :::::5 xiii'-Sz 1 ' "'W"M 4-:tix-"vf"' 'I--naw 23233 31 H.. 92323229 L' I I 52:32 v.'.g.'4-'- V -::- aa. 54' Q ig N- 3:3 .o , ,N'.v,o '-. .:-" " ' " ' 'SB .133 -,. , H... 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SCI! 2101 Monroe eu-You namcuvvnn vuuu. .mn nvuna u-1-own-I an :cAu :An ZG.IlI1y'i aI'fai'L Sfyfing 1'n.p-now: sszsosoe ov mmwmm Av: Dunes'-4 PIZZERIA BEST wlsHEs J S 2311 Monroe SEN 274-9310 C ARR, FAMILY STYLE CHICKEN 7 ITALIAN DISHES I qt V SEA FOOD 1' 'f' NOW OPEN SEVEN DAYS SANDWICHES Sunday thru Thursday . . 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday . . 4:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. jOE'S WONDERBURGER Q CJ QI , O al no I O O O R ykwalder 4 i .... ........ 4 ,C WVANDO we SIA zwvas HANK ' 1 J-ULCL7 1516051-!5l6S IZEVVZ' MLCK . 101 Items 6677 Telegraph Taylor, Michigan 48180 1 Btwn. Ecorse 81 Van Born I Phone 292-0830 Q 23150 Van Born 1 Dearborn Heights, Michigan 299-1100 1 I6 A S A701665 VJZKAG5 . v Dry Cleaning Invoice ' AMKOJAN '7'NSlUe"4N65 LAQENKV . 4019 Pelham Dearborn, Mich. 48125 Phone 561-5262 l QUALITY CLEANING AT BUDGET 13714 Michigan Avenue . PRICES P.O. Box 824 Dearborn, Michigan 48121 Q 582-0027 1 Congratulation Seniors of A.H.S. Life . Health . Auto . Homeowners . . , B ' - C 1 - zf!gL,d4NQ,L,gVS usiness yce Q 4503 T 1 h YOU LIKE Flgliar? . . IT LIKES YOU 58,4 6175163 616527475 ZINJON PH. 563-5292 ARCS SHOE 1667994116 PAT GIBSON LEATHER SPECIALIST "no business like shoe business" '-' - 22031 OUTER DRIVE DEARBORN, MICH. Sf!5l?lZ,75S ZZJWSZSJC 104.716 SAZON Q -' Expert .L 'I ' Hair-Cutting b1""1 ---i I 'Q o Uniperrns s -,t I Service Center: T ' ' f 18100 Fort Street ' Phone 282-6300 LO 2-5954 3821 Monroe Dearborn, 937 Middlebelt Road 0 Livonia, Michigan Michigan 48150 . Y Y Y ' ' ' + I O I Ou lu l I . . l Q N PIONEERvSONYvJENSEN STEREO cb specialists, inc. 23246 Van Born, Dearborn Heights PA ll! IC 05 C033 Fresh . . . Flowers 22731 Michigan Ave. West Dearbon, Michigan LO.3-31100 WEE O O O nl O Agent GEORGE F. SULLIVAN STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES 22069 West Outer Drive Dearborn, Mich. 48124 U Q' Q. . 21399 Van Born Taylor, Mich. 48188 A.J. FOLAND 81 CO. 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