Annapolis High School - Catamount Yearbook (Dearborn Heights, MI)
- Class of 1978
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Yesterday is already a
And tomorrow is only a
But today, well lived,
makes every yesterday
A dream of happiness
and every hope ....
A Promise of Tomorrow
As a sophomore looklng ahead
I wondered where I was goung
Crowded hallways frlled the school
Lonellness sat ln the put of my stomach
All of those bug juniors and God Almrghty Sensors
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I felt as If I were a tlny gram of sand
In the hourglass of llfe
Rldrculed beyond fun
Bewlldered beyond compare
I kept asking of myself
What was I dolng there?
Ontempt I felt for my elders
Who Ignored me worst of all
Was steadily Increasing
I couldn t walt for Fall
I was now a junior
In the middle of the road
Only one more ear
Dances and parties came and went
The thought of getting out at one o clock not three
I was no longer treated luke a kld
Some llfe was fmally centernng around me'
At long last came summer vacatlon
A job from nlne to fave
Then sorrow at seeing the good old days gone
Back again for my last year at Annapolis Hlgh
As I look back on all I ve done
And at all that s been done to me
I too am havmg the same fun
The sensors before me had
The teaslng was done wrth a llght heart I now realnze
just to show the kids who s boss
I now look back on the past three years
As an experience rather than a loss
And now I wonder
Is there lufe after hugh school?
"Class of '78"
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AFTER HIGH SCHOOL
SENIOR DIVIDER PAG
The Seniors started off the year
by constructing a float for the
Homecoming Parade. The float
was one of the parades' main
attractions. It was the Walt Dis-
ney's one and only Cinderella's
Castle and it looked great!
The Seniors had some excel-
lent fund raising projects. They
sold cider and donuts at home
football games and sold candy
at home basketball games.
The Graduating Class of "78"
plan on taking a cruise for their
Senior class trip during Easter
vacation. The Seniors are en-
joying themselves by having a
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MR. TONY SCALZI, keeps busy as sponsor of the Senior Class but also with his
new little girl, Katie.
KAREN SCOTT, Senior Class Vice President, is also a member VICKIE DEMARCO, Senior Class Treasurer, also participates
of National Honor Society.
SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL
on the Drill Team.
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Secretary, Tracy Malmsten and her friend enjoy the
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THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Karen Scott Vice-President, Mi-
chele Kochoff President, Vickie DeMarco Treasurer, Tracy
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SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL: TOP ROW: Marilyn Kitt, Paula Korejwo, lim C-uyot, Tom Liedl, Dina Zannese, Terri Carbonneau,
Paula Morich. SECOND ROW: Linda Mikulak, Sue Corlett, Susan Sippel, Kathleen Glowski, Shirley Fenech, Terri Kurpieski,
Melissa Ramirez. THIRD ROW: Kris Morris, Sharon Gregely, Mark Burdick, Sue Johnston, Shirley Wolffradt, Shirley Rogers,
Beth Sprietzer. BOTTOM ROW: Tracy Malmsten, Karen Scott, Mr. Tony Scalzi, Michele Kochoff, Vickie DeMarco.
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The Best And The Most Distinguished Of The
MARILYN KITT and DON TURBIN: Class Clowns
MICHELE KOCHOFF and GARY MCDER-
MOTT: Best Leaders and Most Spirited
KELLY GILBERT and GAYLE DELONG: Class Flirts MARK BIRCH and CINDY SNYDER: Class Couple
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IOEY KAROUB and DIANE SELDERS: Class Par-
IOAN THOSTENSON and FRANK
PRICE: Best Dressed
PAULA KOREIWO and MIKE VILLAR: Friend-
SUZANNE SIPPEL and DAVE VOYDANOFF: Most Distin- TONY MARIIANOVICH and NANCY VALENTINE: Most Ath-
guished Laugh Ietic
Seniors Explore The Carribean
Senior, Paul Croteau and his parents await the kickoff of the football game.
Seniors show their spirit during the Fall Sports' pep rally.
MELISSA RAMIREZ, a member of the Publications Class, types a memo for the
The senior trip was an exotic one.
About twenty individuals had the
fortune to go on a cruise in the Car-
ribean. The trip included three days
and nights in Orlando. One of those
three days was spent at Disney
World. The remainder of the trip
was on the ship, Emerald Seas. The
port of calls included Freeport and
RUDY TAMBORINO explains to lim
McGinnis the dimensions on a layout.
CHAR TRICOFF sorts pictures for the year-
SHARON WALCZAK and EILEEN YORK discuss their love life during
State wrestling champ Mike Hindmarsh and junior Ken Zapp practice
hard for their meets and tournaments.
Editor of the school newspaper, Terri Kurpieski,
revises her notes for a Student Council meeting.
DON TURBIN, all-city defensive end, makes his
way through the busy halls.
Working For A Better Future
With the final shot of the gun, a
thing of the past: six All-City foot-
ball playersp Paul Croteau, Tony
Marijanovich, Dave Morgan, Frank
Price, Tim St. Andrew, and Don
Turbin can relate back satisfied!
MR. DAVE LANGDON shows Keith Stennett proper lathe
Pulling out the plugs from his V-8 engine is senior Tim Rice.
TODD HITSMAN and TAMMY REYNOLDS scramble eggs in
Preparing her paper for a letter assignment is janet Marx.
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Architectural student, Rudy Tamborino lays out his floor There is nolimit to theimagination of art student Craig Papp.
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JIM GUYOT looks over his notes just before his rest- RON HARRISON and DARREL w1LLMs work with lab tubes in
Seniors Enjoy Extra Activity Classes
LYNN PRINTISS also hoto ra her on earbook staff,
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There are a great number of extra activities
available for seniors. Some are chosen as
electives, others are extracurricular activi-
ties such as Drill Team, Debate Team, and
Ski Club. .
We have English activity classes, such as
Publications and Newspaper, and also His-
tory and Homemaking electives. There are
fine arts electives and shop classes.
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PAM FALKIEWICZ enjoys knitting baby booties to add to her
PAUL CROTEAU pins on a Senior Pride badge before
the pep rally.
MICHELE MCLACHLAN, who is also into the Drama
Club, looks for music for the next song.
JOAN WINT, also interested in nurses aid, develops her typ-
ing skills to the fullest.
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BARB LOCHRIDGE, who is also on the Drill Team, calls her
father for a friendly chat.
A Year Of Experience
Two most promising students, Mike Berro and Rick Fite, listen
for instructions to a physics experiment.
Our seniors proved to be a great asset to our
school system many times over. Helping in
many ways and overwhelming participation
stands out as proof for this. Also special mo-
ments through the year like finishing of the
homecoming float and the whole homecoming
festivities are moments to be cherished for
years to come. lt was a wonderful year to re-
member and a beautiful experience to learn by.
Public speaking student, lim Qualls, aims his sights at a
pleasing target in Geri Nicholson.
Durin shortand class Donna Tomaszewski Shirle Ro ers and Pat
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Witte work hard to maintain their grades.
Varsity wrestler and gym assistant, Gary McDermott,
gets ready to unload a pass.
IIM ACKROYD KELLY ALLEN MARIE ALLEVATO IIM ANDERS
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LORI BARNES IEFF BARR IIM BEAVERS TERESA BELLEW
MICHAEL BERRO MARK BIRCH
SYLVIA BLAST KEVIN BOLING DALE BOULEY DARRELL BRADY
KAREN BRANDES VERN BRIOLAT
DENISE BROWE MARK BURDICK
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18f5ENlOR SECTION CARL CADIEUX IACQUELIN CADY RUSSELL CAGLE
TIM CALDWELL TERRI CARBONNEAU DWAYNE CARVER FRANCES CASTEEL
MARY CASTLE PATRICIA CATES IOE CHARBONEAU SANDY CHAVIS
DOUGLAS CLARK MARY CLARK JAMES CONNETT ALAN COOK
SUSAN CORLETT MATTHEW COSGRO KIM COSTANTINI SENIOR SECTlONf1g
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KAREN DRYDEN NANCY DUFFY TIM DYER IACKIE EHLERT
MEL ELANDT PAM ESPER MARIO FALCONETTI PAM FALKIEWICZ
SHIRLEY FENECH ED FISHER RICK FITE PAT FLOHR
CYNTHIA FOREMAN IANICE FORTIER DAVID FUOCO
KEITH GARDNER LORIE GATTYAN KIM GAUSHAS KELLY GILBERT
MARCIA GINTER TRACY CIIRON TINA GISHLER
RAY GOIKE GAIL GOODREAU BERNIE GOYETTE
MIKE GRANNAN WILLIAM GREEN SHARON GREGELY CAROL GRIFFITH
KENNETH GROSS IAMES GUYOT KIM HADDAD RENEE HAHN
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MARILYN HAKTSIAN RHONDA HAMBEL BOB HAMILTON SUE HAMMOCK
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LYDE HARPER LAWRENCE HARRIS ARRIS SENICR SECTIONXZ3
VICKIE HAWKINS IEFF HEDGES DIANE HEINRICH BARBARA HILTON
MIKE HINDMARSH KEN HINZMAN
IEFF IACKSON DEBORAH JANICE EMILIE 1ENsEN BOB IENTZ
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IOEI- IOHNSTON SUE IOHNSTON MATT JOLLY JOSEPH KANE
IOE KAROUB NANCY KATUZIN KATHRYN KEBLAITIS IANICE KERCHEN
MICHAEL KILBY DEBRA KISH MARILYN KITT MICHELE KOCHOFF
TAMMY KOLEHMAINEN PAULA KOREIWO MARY KORTE MIKE KOSTYSHAK
WILLIAM KOSTYSHAK DONNA KRAMARZ MICHELLE KRYCH DENISE KURAS
PAM MCELHONE TIM MCEWEN JIM MCGINNIS LINDA MCKEE
MICHELE MCLACHLAN ALLEN MCMILLAN EDITH MCSHANE pATRlClA MCSHANE
PEGGY MEZZA NEAL MIESMER LINDA MIKULAK KAREN MILLER
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DON PAPP STEVEN PAPP JAMES PARKER IAMES PATERNOSTER
JOSEPH PETERS PATTY PHILLIPS DENISE PICCOLI CARROL PILLION
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IOHN ROBERTSON LORRAINE RODDY LOIS ROGERS SHIRLEY ROGERS
IANET ROMAN TOM ROSOL KRISTIE RYAN KIM RYE
MARK SABIN GREG SALATA ANDREW SANDECKI DAVE SAWYER
32!SENIOR SEC-I-ION KIM SCHULTE KAREN SCOTT DUANE SEAY
Friends Are Forever
A friend is a very special gift, you can't buy
them at a store, or win them at a raffle.
To obtain a friend you have to earn them.
Friends will not tarnish like silver, nor
change like the weather, because once you
obtained a friend, you'll have them for
By DIANNE SURIANO
DIANNE SURIANO and MARY RIPPE Share a bite of
cake at a relative's wedding.
TONY MARIJANOVICH runs for eight yards against the
"friendly" Trojans of Clarenceville.
IOANN SPIEGEL and her date, jim Szawara, enjoy each others com-
pany at the Homecoming.
PAUL CROTEAU and DON TURBIN, both star gridders this
season, shake each others hand in friendship.
BRENDA SEYMOUR SUSAN SHARKEY DONNA SHARP STEVE SHAW
MALISSA SHERIDAN PAT SHORTRIDGE CYNTHIA SIMMS DIANNE SIMMS
SUZANNE SIPPEL CINDY SNYDER MIKE SOUTHARD IOANN SPIECEL
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GAIL STAHL MARTHA STEFFES KEITH STENNETT DON STOTHERS
NORMA STROTHER TIM STUCKI EUGENE SUCHYTA KEVIN SULLIVAN
ROBERT SUMMERS CARMELA SURIANO DIANNE SURIANO GEORGE SUTHERLAND
LORI SWAIN RUDY TAMBORINO KAREN TAMM IIM TEEI-EY
Togetherness ls Shown In
0ur togetherness and pride is shown through the
eighteen seniors on the Varsity Football team, not
only on the field but also in the classroom. There
are six of our seniors that made the All-League
team and two of them made both offense and
defense. Nothing is done by an individual, it takes
a team or a group and that is how things get done
Three of the Drill Team members, Renee Evans, Barb Loch-
ridge and Pat Lary, get ready for practice.
Discussing food costs is Melissa Ramirez and 'Elmo' CDon
Showing deep thought is Tony Marijanovich as 'Fritz' CKelly
Gilbertl thanks someone for a carnation.
ln typing class, Cindy Snyder is busy on her practice work-
Many Ways On Different Pro'ects
On Parents' Day, the last home game for seniors, Tim St.
Andrews is introduced with his mother and grandmother.
Getting help from Mr. Goncharoff, is Paula Korejwo. With his
assistance, she prepares her Publications pages correctly.
'Hangnail' CTONY MARIIANOVICHJ C255 receives the pitch
from 'Big Lou' CBrian Lagerstromb C191 as 'Oompa' CPaul Cro-
teaui C311 and 'Affa' CDave Morgan? C785 provide the blocking.
Concentrating on his school work, Brian Lagerstrom thinks
about the upcoming demonstration speech he must prepare
for Mr. Nanni.
ALFRED TEICHMAN KIM TESSMAR LORIE THOMAS RODNEY THOMAS
DANIEL THOMPSON IOAN THOSTENSON DONNA TIDWELL DONNA TOMASZEWSKI
LAURA TOTH GAYLE TOUSICNANT DEANNE TRASKOS jERRY TRASKOS
CHARLEEN TRICOFF WILLIAM TRIPP DON TURBIN MAUREEN UETZ
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NANCY VALENTINE DENISE VAN DOOREN MICHAEL VILLAR DAVID VOYDANOFF
SHARON WALCZAK PATRICIA WALDEN DEBRAH WALES MARIAN WALLACE
KATHLEEN WATSON KAREN WEBB SCOTT WEBB KATHY WEDLICK
MICHELLE WELLEARE PAUL WHITE IULIE WILKE DANNY WILLIAMS
Seniors Keep Busy With School,Club Activities,
Scan your eyes around the
school. Everywhere you look,
there seems to be a senior
deep in thought, concentrat-
ing diligently on their work.
This shows that they are all .. .
Eager to learn so they will be
sufficiently prepared for their
future. Experience is also a
necessary aspect required for
their success. Needless to say,
our seniors ...
Are young but still have ac-
quired this knowledge. No one
knows what the days after
graduation will hold for them
but they are sure to be ready
for the path ahead.
BELOW: Aware that her picture is being taken, Terri
Carbonneau faintly smiles while she does her Chemistry
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JIM MCGINNIS, who also has an afterschool job, sits in drafting and sketches his
QINA ZANNESE, after finishing a discussion in speech communica-
tions, patiently awaits the bell.
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And lobsg Preparing For Days Ahead
DALAL MOSALLAM spends time in the library after SHIRLEY WOLFFRADT, a member of the National Honor Soci-
school and finishes up her shorthand practice. ety, and Sharon Gregely learn a new knitting stitch.
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PEGGY MEZZA, secretary of the National Honor Society, ponders over a RENEE HAHN, an active member of the
communication problem in her Mass Media class. Community Service Club, types her assign-
IIM WILLIAMS LINDA WILLIAMSON DARREL WILLMS STUART WINNIE
Alumna from 1977 Miss Dianne MiIIer is escorted by The DrilI Team, under Miss Pat Sullivan, show their
quarterback Brian Lagerstrom, to the Homecoming pride with a routine on a sunny October afternoon.
IOAN WINT CATHERINE WNOROWSKI SHIRLEY WOLFFRADT TIMOTHY WROBEL
KELLY WYATT BERNARD YORK EILEEN YORK MARK ZADIGIAN
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The Magnificent Walt Disney Castle is artistically recreated The WFCSUCFGIIGS Squad under the direction of MF- lim
by the spirited seniors for Homecoming Bryan take part in the Homecoming parade festivities.
NICK ZAKARIAN DINA ZANNESE DENNIS ZUZIAK DIANE SELDERS
The Class of 1978 began its activities in the sum-
mer of 1977. This is when the plans for the
Homecoming float were put into action. The
seniors sold donuts and cider at the football
games. They are now planning the senior trip
on a Caribbean Cruise at Easter,
VICKY HAWKINS takes a breather after an hour of choir.
DANIELLE BELZER cooks under the hungry eye of Stuart
Many For Seniors
KIM HADDAD perfects her drafting talents for the future
RANDY ST. LAWRENCE shows his talent at pencil sketching
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In the quiet halls, Todd Hitsman makes up a test in Record Keeping.
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MARY RIPPE helps Eddie Fields Ca candidate for the Senior Class "par-
tier"?J call home due to sickness.
RUSSELL CAGLE helps in keeping the print shop
DEBBIE WALES completes her written book work
for printing class.
Reflections On Past Three Years
TONY MARIIANOVICH and LORI CHILCOTE
K before the Homecoming dance.
TONY MARIIANOVICH and KELLY GILBERT
pause before one of their final football practices.
Members of the Drill Team march in the Homecom-
Looking back at the past three years the senior class
shared times of laughter times of excitement and
times of sadness The sweet taste of victory was cap
tured by many athletes and many scholars Mike
Hindmarsh s grasping of the State Wrestling Title was
one such example The bitter disappointment of de
feat was evident through failures in classes and losses
in the athletic arena The faces seen here capture
BRIAN LAGERSTROM runs an option to tailback Rick
Simms against the Woodhaven Warriors.
Stimulate Insight Into Future
Senior Michele Kochoff questions Linda Mi-
kulak in the senior skit.
Outdoorsmen Kelly Gilbert gives a demonstra-
tion on how to pitch a tent the right way.
With more laughter than sadness, more victories
than defeats, the Seniors have paved the way for
three years ago, but now, when all is said and done,
The Promise of Tomorrow lies in the future
others to surpass them. lt was a new experience
Senior Tony Marijanovich shows his outdoor spirit by
feeding the ducks at Dodge State Park.
Paul Croteau, yearbook advertising representative, ac-
companies Tracy Malmsten to the Homecoming
Graduates: On The Road To Discovery . . .
After graduation many seniors are un-
sure of their future. There are several
roads to take. Although college is unap-
pealing to many, it is believed to be the
best bet in the long run. lt can help pre-
pare you for the job of your choice.
Automatically you don't receive a job
just because you went to college. You
must work hard and become efficient at
what you are training for.
BOB IENTZ and BETH SPRIETZER display their
spirit by constructing posters for a pep rally.
Public speaking students search through periodicals for ideas.
Senior, Carolyn Derminer, finishes taking notes that will be useful in an upcom- All-State wrestler, Mike Hindmarsh begins
ing review for a swimming test.
his quest for a second state title.
Seniors, Shirley Rogers and Terri Carbonneau decorate the In aff CIHSS, Cathy Wn0r0WSki adds the finishing touches.
National Honor Society members, Peggy Mezza and Beth Sprietzer, join the parade.
As underclassmen we're alike,
not wanting to learn to walk before we run.
We're not quite sure just what life is like,
but we think that it's lots of fun.
We want to skip the years between,
and be seniors leaving the school.
Not knowing what it was like to be sixteen,
we'd only make ourselves look like fools.
We have to know the years between,
or else live our lives blindly.
We have to live out our teenage years
before we can be twenty.
So learn to walk before you run,
and take each day in stride.
lf in the living you fall down,
just pick yourself up and say, "I tried."
juniors Win With Spirit And Pride
The junior class started the year off by win-
ning first place in float competition. The
theme of their float was "Mickey Mouse Club
At sporting events they participated in selling
pizza and bagels. Also during the year they
sold bargain packs and carnations for Christ-
mas and St. Patricks Day.
To end the year right the junior Prom was
held at the Fairlane Mansion on April 22nd. It
was an evening that will always be remem-
bered by every junior that attended.
MR. NEIL OLDHAM finds being the sponsor very enjoyable
IUNIOR CLASS: TOP ROW: Barb Krawczyk, Karen Williams,
Tim Dunaitis, Deb Dieson, Patty Czapiewski, SECOND
ROW: Eileen O'Rourke, Pat Witte, Renee Drey, Pat Lary,
Maureen Zadigian, jan Mack, Deb Kacher, Wally Stewart.
THIRD ROW: Sandra Perry, Mary Franas, Garry Miller, Kris
Parshall, Sue Cetnar, Heather Dziubek, Simone Brom, Con-
52fjUNlOR CLASS COUNCIL
nie Allen, Cheryl Teall. FOURTH ROW: Lori Brown, Ellen
Sobczak, Marie Novak, Michelle Novak, Cathy Chircop,
Deb George, Terry Fernengel, Karen McBride. BOTTOM
ROW: Diane Patterson, Sue Bloye, Mr. Neil Oldham, Isabel
DeMarco, Cindy Delicato.
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President Isabel DeMarco makes important phone calls.
Treasurer Diane Patterson adds up lr. Class money.
Vice-President Sue Bloye works on notes for a meeting.
Secretary Cindy Delicato types up a letter for Isabel DeMarco.
IUNIOR CLASS COUNClLf53
Spirit Of '79' At Work
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the year by winning two out of the four spirit
sticks at the pep rallies. Then they really came
on by winning the Homecoming float con-
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LAURIE MATZELT works unendingly on yearbook pic-
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a hard test.
DENISE BYRD and LISA OBIDZINSKI draw posters for
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Homecoming pep rally.
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Collins, Cecilia A
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Winners Of Homecoming Float
IOE BALHORN and PAT O'ROURKE are impressed
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JOE WINT and MARY BETH ZAMBO are looking forward to lunch.
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ham, attempted to raise money for the long
awaited junior Prom, through their sale of
bagles at football games and pizza at basket-
ball games. You may have seen their smiling
faces in the halls pushing to sell their Stu-
dents' Packs. We hope this hard work and
effort will shine through on April 22 at Fair-
junior Pat Lary snoops through her purse for some
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The junior class started the year off
right by winning first place in float
competition. The theme of their
float was the "Mickey Mouse Club
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juniors Take Life Gne Day At A Time!
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DAVE BRUNELL, football player, "goofs off"
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' Franzil, Sue
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Wolffradt, Carol V a. Q V AM
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Wyatt, Robin ' 'Mgmt " I
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Zapp, Ken 1
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i TONY ROACH, who is a
baseball player, thinks about
the oncoming season.
Burger Chef, is caught by surprise.
KEN KEBLAITIS, who works part
RICK SIMMS, a varsity gridder, thinks of the oncoming project in printing.
ROBERTA ERNEST, also on drill team, just finishes fixing her hair in the
restroom between classes.
The Sophomores started off
the year with high spirits. They
won the Homecoming spirit
stick and the class produced an
excellent looking float of Peter
Pan and Captain Hooks ship.
The Sophomores conducted a
great fund raising project
which consisted of selling or-
anges. They made alot of mon-
ey off of this project and hope
to do it again next year.
The Sophomores are spon-
sored by Mr. William Dyda. He
spends alot of time with them
as well as being a fine vocation-
al printing teacher.
MR. WILLIAM DYDA is the Sophomore
also teaches Vocational Printing.
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Achievement Shows In The
RON MULIOLIS, President of the Sophomore Class, is also active after school
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SHARON HARRIS fulfilling her duties as secretary of the
A I 5 SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL: TOP ROW: Kim Benge,
l f Dave Drouillard, Gary Korejwo, Mike Turbin, Rich McGuire,
' Bob Archibald. SECOND ROW: Iackie Lyons, Chris Adamoli,
Gail Cripps, Carrie Bachamn, Mindy Steffey, Vicki Allen, Liz
Hapunowicz. THIRD ROW: Terri Fite, Linda Ierore, Werrdy
Widmayer, Iudy Parker, Mary Cox, Sandy Nickells. BOTTOM
ROW: Tommy McDermott, Debbie Mayhue, Ron Muliolis,
Sharon Harris, Mr. William Dyda.
Class sponsor and
Eyes Of Sophomores.
SHARON HARRIS, a member of student council, is also active in playing on the volleyball team.
DEBBIE MAYHUE, treasurer of the Sophomore Class, also
managed money during the Sophomores orange sale.
TOMMY MCDERMOTT, Vice President of the Sophomore
Class, also wrestles for extra activity.
SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNClLf67
Working Together For A Better Future
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KEN "LADY KlLLER" FARKAS thinks about the ladies at the kick-off
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Dancing The Night Away
SHARON HARRIS and date waiting for the moon to come out at
the Halloween Dance.
Enjoying the Homecoming Dance are sophomores sitting a dance
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Not only showing their spirit at the
Homecoming pep rally by winning the
their great spirit by attending the Kick
Off Halloween and Victory Dances and
other school sponsored activities
spirit stick, the sophomores have shown
IOE DAVIS showing off his archery ability while Greg Salata waits his turn.
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The Class Of '80' Excels With Pride!
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DAN MICHEAL supports N.H.S. Den by buying some
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Sophomores Show Possibilities
This years' sophomore class shows really
great possibilities. Not only have they showed
us their efforts by spirit at the pep rallies but
also pride in themselves by raising money for
the upcoming sophomore night. Watch out
for the class of 1980!
A . . ROB PETERS gives a second look at a costume at the dance.
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Sophomore Kim Benge perfects her laps with a smile.
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Sophomores have shown great spirit from the
beginning. They have survived elevator passes,
being sent to the opposite end of the school
and many other pranks with their pride helping
Camera shy sophomores turn away and giggle.
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ALEX VILLAR assists NANCY KATUZIN in
ELIZABETH LEVEILLE makes ribbons for Christmas.
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DAVE VALENTINE, contributes to both
track and basketball.
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FACULTY, ADMINISTRATION DIVIDERf8'I
Board Works To Satisfy The People'
The Board of Education hopes
. . . to maintain the quality instructional
program presently offered to District
to expand the vocational programs
available to students.
to manage the finances of District
Seven efficiently and maintain a bal-
.. . to develop even further the pride of
the students, staff and community in
to promote a spirit of cooperation
between the teaching staff, administra-
tive staff and the Board of Education for
the benefit of the students.
. . . to meet the desire of the parents of
District Seven for an excellent school
Mr. Edward McLean, Business Manager. Mr Gerald O Steube Superintendent
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Buena Barr, President Laurie Stronach, Vice President.
Mary Sullivan, Treasurer
Lois Lambee, Trustee
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Andrew Kochanek, Trustee D9nnl5 PYSZ, Trustee
BOARD OF EDUCATION: SITTING: Mary Sullivan, Buena Barr, Lois Lambee,
STANDING: Dennis Pysz, Laurie Stronach, Larry Cotton, Andrew Kochanek.
BOARD OF EDUCATIONf83
Mr. Martin Sviland has a tough job as principal of
our school. He shows his great spirit by the way he
deals with the trying situations he faces each day.
He is responsible for organizing, directing and su-
pervising all of the employees of the school. Mr.
Michael Vogel works supervising the students. He
is responsible for detention, arrival and departure
of students, driver's education and many other
important and necessary jobs. Mr. Terry Strome
who along with his wife and family were honored
with the dedication of the Homecoming last year,
shares the responsibility of Mr. Vogel. These men
are to be congratulated for the great job they have
done in the past and will undoubtedly do in the
future. Their great spirit will keep on shining.
The spirit of the students has tremendously risen.
Each year it increases 100'Vo.,We have more stu-
dents participating in school events. Spirit means a
lot to how a school is run, and with the spirit that
our school perceives, it seems much easier to get
through the day!
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checks on a students' schedule.
Has Spirit Also
MR. MARTIN SVILAND, principal, waits patiently for the dai-
ly attendance records.
MR. MIKE VOGEL, our assistant principal, works on school
files with a smile.
MRS. SHIRLEY BAUMGARTNER, who is in charge of atten-
dance records, signs a student in.
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MS. SHIRLEE COOK prepares to type the daily attendance
records and the announcements.
MRS. VIVIAN MOORE attempts to figure out the total earn-
ings from the Homecoming Dance.
Math Brings Opportunities For The Future
Our mathematics depart-
ment has a few changes at
the present time. Mr. joseph
Ely has been welcomed as a
fulltime teacher on our staff.
The department, headed by g p
Donald Jeffers and including at 7
Anthony Scalzi, jerry Staple-
ton and part-time Science
teacher Karl Andrews, also ,f tyii, B,
has changed the require- A S A
ments for graduation. lt is
now required for students
to have successfully com-
pleted one full year of math.
With so many math courses
available, it is a great oppor-
tunity for the college bound
MR. DONALD IEFFERS explains the midpoint between A and B fully.
MR. ANTHONY SCALZI laughs to himself at a private joke.
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dept, LEFT: MR. IERRY STAPLETON gives a good explanation.
Counselors Always On
Our counselors are a great help to the social and
educational program. The counselors are always
ready to help a student with finding an occupa-
tion, furthering an education, or just listening to
students complaints and helping to make things
more fulfilling for both student and faculty.
The counselors have many ideas for the future.
One main idea is they would like to have a room
similar to a library, for their display of material on
careers and colleges. It would be open to any
student at any time of the year. The counselors
main concerns are really all in the students best
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MR. LOUIS BORTOLON telephones a parent concerning
MR. JOHN SISSON smiles while getting ready for a confer-
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MR. STEVE PACHY, also a English teacher, devotes time to
look up a honors' students' files.
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MR. ROBERT MACHNEE makes out a chart listing colleges within the state.
Science Touches Our Lives Every Day
The objective of the Science Depart-
ment is to present the Laws of Nature to
each student so that he may appreciate
and preserve the resources of this planet
we call our home. The student is taught
the methods of science so that he may
develop a logical approach in the solving
of his problems.
ln biology and life science, the student is
taught the nature of living things and
how all life is in a precarious balance on
this spaceship Earth.
ln chemistry and physics, he learns of
the composition and energy needed to
conserve the resources of this planet.
MR. CHARLES SOULE, Ski Club sponsor and Biology teacher, shows
Leslie Lobdell how to use the microscope to observe a mass of living cells
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MR. KARL ANDREWS, Biology teacher, lectures to his class.
MR. JAMES BRYAN, Biology teacher, gives his class a quiz
Students listen as Mr. Frank Lupo, head of the Science department and Physics teacher, explains the inertia balance.
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A Sense Of Good Sportsmanship
Physical Education has a definite spot in the future
of our seniors. A good physical body, knowledge
of rules and regulations and a sense of good
sportsmanship is a carry-over for every graduate.
Sports that can be played on a competitive and
social nature are emphasized. Bowling, golf, vol-
leyball and life saving classes are some activities
which will aid students in their promises of tomor-
It is the hope of the Physical Education Depart-
ment that through their efforts all graduates may
have good athletic ability tomorrow.
MRS. JOYCE DICK and ROSE BERTUCCI, who is an alternate
member of the drill team, get anxious just before swim class.
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rest of her players have disappeared.
MR. MICHAEL BIRD demonstrates to his class the proper way to grip a football.
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MR. RONALD BALES, Athletic Director, assists his gym assistant, Steve Shaw.
MR. JOHN O'DROSKI, track coach, looks disgusted with his student.
MRS. PRISCILLA NEWINGHAM, former
volleyball coach, looks up from her pa-
IANICE SEAY demonstrates to Mr. john
Oloroskl her Punting ablllty' Coach of the girl's swim team, Mrs. Joyce Dick, executes the butterfly stroke.
Learn-By Doing,,The Active Ingredient
In the future, our Home Economics Department
would like to have a class for young student cou-
ples. Students would work as hypothetically mar-
ried couples whose assignments would cover
finding a job, planning a budget, buying a house,
and getting a divorce. Learn-by doing would be
the active ingredient in this course and the stu-
dents would develop the ability to function as
independent and competent adults.
MRS. EVELYN STOMP explains the important reasons for a
MISS PATRICIA SULLIV of Drill Team and
MRS. SUSAN KENYON shows examples of income tax forms. MISS GAYLE CHRISTENSEN, a new teacher at our school.
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The business department will continue to offer
a wide selection of courses to allow as many
Comes Through Again.
students as possible to participate in this area.
The Office Practice Block and the Shorthand -
Block will contain updated materials to provide l
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should endorse a check.
MRS. SANDRA RESZCZYK, former drill team sponsor, aids a
student in briefs in shorthand.
MR. EDWARD MIAZGOWICZ explains accounting to his
MRS. SANDRA RESZCZYK shows her Office Practice class
class. the fundamentals of shorthand.
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Students Gain Technical Experience
MR. LARRY ROOT explains proper technique in using a
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The need for Industrial and Vocational Education
in today's world is becoming more important with
the development of a more technical society. It is
our goal to keep up with this demand in our
course offerings, equipment, and curriculum.
The courses are designed to provide entry-skills
into a given field of study. The student, through
practical experience and on-the-job training, with
the right attitude and motivation, should become
a first class technician.
Department head, Mr. Terry McDonald, looks over a World
of Work students' homework assignment.
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Industrial Education Strives For Excellence.
Transferred over from O.W. Best is Mr. Earl Ha-
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the automobile in Auto 18f2.
The Cougar band, choir, and art classes
show great talent and school pride. The
band has added a flag corp and has become
a precision marching unit, which added
more interest to the Homecoming game.
The choir has improved much this year
with many new faces. They worked hard to
perform their concerts with much spirit
The art classes show many great talents as
you may have seen in the art showcase.
They would like to have semester classes
that specialize in individual fields.
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MRS. PATRICIA BIRDSALL takes a deep breath before starting
MR. THOMAS MUSSON gives direction to the concert band.
MS. CAROL BOURASSA smiles at a talented students' work.
Communication Skills: The Key To
With the increasing demand across y
the country to place a greater em- -"""""'
phasis on fundamental skills such as
writing, reading, speaking and even
listening, the English courses like
the language they're named after,
are being altered where necessary
to meet the needs of the times. The
English department feels strongly
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sential communication skills so that
the future can indeed hold promise
and not false hope.
MR. GERALD RADUS, head of the English Department, shows jim
Connett an interesting way to begin his next paragraph.
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MR. DANIEL GASS, an interesting teacher, shows MR. DARRYL GONCHAROFF, our Publications and Student Council
his Newspaper class the way to use a camera. sponsor, returned as Assistant Football Coach after a one year retirement.
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lectures on the importance of speech communi-
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MRS. MARILYN KREAGAR listens attentively during her 20th Century Novels class.
Striving For Better Fundamental Skills
MR. ION PILON corrects a punctuation mistake on Darryl Podzer-
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on a test day.
MRS. PATRICIA BIRDSALL gives the results of the passed short story quiz.
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MISS NANCY LEHNERT looks over some composition papers pre- MRS.RITA STEIN answers various questions on para-
pared by her students. graph structure.
MR. COLIN CURTIS lectures on verb and noun usage to his 2nd hour sophomores.
Studying The Past Aids The Future
The History Department will be
cutting down on the number of
electives offered to the students
in the years to come because of T
the declining enrollment in the
district. We do hope however to
keep those classes of the most
student interest as part of our
curriculum, such as Ancient His-
tory and Medieval History.
MR. JACK NEWINGHAM head football coach, gives a promise of a winning
MR. WILLIAM QUIGLEY is well known for a barrel of
A familiar face like Mr. Bill Dummer, is not only found teach-
ing government during the day, but also after school giving
time for National Honor Society.
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MS. IUDY MCCARTHY teaches the basics of government. MR. BILL DUMMER stresses a very important point.
Helping Hands Build Futures
Our cooks and custodians do alot of work to benefit our
future. The hot meals our cooks make daily are satisfying
as well as filling. The care and quality that goes into our
lunches are appreciated. The Head of the cooks is Maxine
jeters and head of custodians is Mr. Leonard Baggett.
MRS. MARY ANNICHINI, mother of former band leader, Mr.
MRS. MAXINE JETERS, our head cook, is getting ready for
106fCOOKS AND CUSTODIANS
MRS. VIOLA SPAZZARINI helps prepare the kitchen for
Evening custodian, Mrs. Marge Revoir, takes a break
from cleaning the Biology room.
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Co-Op Program ls Added To Meet Future
With the implementation of
Public Act 479198, Dearborn
Heights School District 4157 has
begun to upgrade its overall
special education program.
At Annapolis, a teacher has
been added to meet the needs
of the growing program. With
the added teacher we have
been able to lower the class
load, thus, allowing the teach-
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established a co-op program. A
Mr. Oldham has taken in the
task of placing those who must
have vocational experience
prior to graduation.
The hopes of our special edu-
cation department is that
through close understanding
of our student, we have pre-
pared them for a productive
and Satisfying life. MR, WILLIAM PARKER has devoted much time to this expanded program.
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LOOK TOWARD THE FUTURE
If we could just learn to live, love, and laugh
all along life's winding paths,
To look back at what we were yesterday
and know we've changed in many ways,
To look at what we may be tomorrow
and aspire to great heights and wonder how.
lf we could only see what tomorrow will bring
we'd then have the knowledge of everything,
And knowing then what tomorrow could hold
we'd strike out anew, brazen and bold,
Making life something worthwhile in the world
then the promises of tomorrow would surely unfurl
DAILY LIFE DlVlDERf109
Drill Team Starts As Winners!
Lots of spirit and the qualities of a hard-
worker are needed to be on the Annap-
olis Drill Team. The Drill Team practices
all year starting from june until the new
squad is picked the following year. In
june the four officers went to a camp in
Ohio, bringing back a first-place trophy.
One month later the entire Drill Team
went to camp in Rochester also bringing
back a first-place trophy. The credit for
the new uniforms goes to their ex-spon-
sor Miss Attard. The Drill Team is always
on the look out for new ideas and out-
Standng rgutineg, DONNA WHITE, GAIL GOODREAU, Vickie DeMarco, Roberta Ernest
and Lynette Kaip prepare to approach the field.
BARB LOCHRIDGE, KATHY WATSON, Pat Lary, Barb Borland, Renee Evans and Shirley Fenech patiently wait to perform.
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ROBERTA ERNEST cheerfully performs at a basketball game. GAIL GOODREAU proudly marches in the Homecoming pa-
PAT LARY performs at a basketball game.
ROSE BERTUCCI waits to approach the
PAM MICHELETTI and GRACE SAMMUT march onto the floor to per-
COLLEEN MCCARTHY and CECE COLLINS perform at half-time.
DRILL TEAM: TOP ROW: Pam Micheletti, Grace Sammut, Roberta Ernest. BOTTOM ROW: Gail Goodreau, Shirley Fen-
Colleen McCarthy, Rose Bertucci, Renee Evans, Barb Loch- ech, CeCe Collins, Vicki Demarco.
ridge, Pat Lary, Kathy Watson, Barb Borland, Lynette Kaip,
Striving For umber One!
With only three returning members
from last year, the 1978 Publications
Class was faced with a vastly inexperi-
enced staff of 17. But in the final analysis
the group proved to be quite competent
headed by the Editor-in-Chief Karen
Miller. The theme Promises for Tomor-
row was developed by the staff. Also
for the second straight year the Cata-
mount features the senior pictures in a
glossy color print with the help of Arella
Other notable changes for this edition
included: the use of name slugs on each
page for easy identification the expand-
ing of our daily life section whereby a
large representation of the total student
body was captured and the adoption of
a community life section featuring stu-
staff will have more experience with at
least five returning members.
dents away from the school. Next years
TONY MARIIANOVICH and DAVE MORGAN explain their layout to
TOP LEFT: PAULA KOREWJO takes time out between deadlines. PUBLICATIONS: TOP
ROW: Diane Patterson, Laurie Matzelt, Mark Holey, Gary McDermott, Dave Morgan.
SECOND ROW: Mary Rippe, Marilyn Kitt, Paula Korewjo, Pat Lary, Kelly Gilbert. THIRD
ROW: Lynn Printiss, Melissa Ramirez, Charleen Tricoff, Kris Parshall. BOTTOM ROW:
Tony Marijanovich, Advisor, Mr. Darryl Goncharoff, Editor: Karen Miller, Paul Croteau.
LEFT: KAREN MILLER and PAULA KOREJWO can't decide which pictures go where.
The Wrestlerettes provide encouragement
for the crowd and wrestlers. They sold
candy this year to raise money for their
activities. Many of the Wrestlerettes are
sophomores with new and interesting
ideas. Patty Phillips, captain of this year's
squad, has enjoyed her three years with
the club. This is Mr. Bryan's second year as
PATTY PHILLIPS, Anna Kolozsvary, and Wendy Wid-
mayer cheer for a win.
WRESTLERETTE, TRACY WRIGHT, prepares for the
WRESTLERETTES: TOP ROW: Marianne Morgan, Patty Phillips, Coach
james Bryan, Rhonda Hambel, Sally Distelrath. SECOND ROW: Wendy
Widmayer, Anna Kolozsvary, Carrie Shoemaker, Tracy Wright. BOT-
TOM ROW: Carol Wolffradt, Michele Damaren, Vanessa Mendolia,
MARY MORGAN, Sally Distelrath, Carol Wolffradt, and Tracy Wright
cheer on champion Mike Hindmarsh.
Spirit, Pride, And Enthusiasm
With help from their new sponsor, Miss Pat
Sullivan, the cheerleaders have achieved
great success this past year. They started
out by bringing home many ribbons and
awards from camp. Out of fifty-two squads
they were nominated for the Award of Ex-
Next came football season, pep rallies and a
winning Homecoming float. After these,
came a very successful basketball season.
Promoting school spirit, pride, and enthu-
siasm are just a part of what these girls are
MARILYN KITT shows spirit in Ski Club and Student Council also
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS. TOP ROW: Cathy Patrick. SECOND
ROW: Denise Piccoli, Sue Korte. THIRD ROW: Tina Ringer, Karen
Miller, Captain, Kathy St. Pierre. FOURTH ROW: Diane Patterson,
BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn Kitt.
This year, like years
before, the cheer-
leaders will try to
earn money for
camp. Three days a
week they are at the
school to sell you
donuts. They also
provide pop and
popcorn at each
football and basket-
ball game. They ap-
preciate you sup-
They're Leaders Of Pride!
IUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: TOP ROW: Liz Kieronski, Sandra Perry, Mary Cox, Mindy
Steffey. BOTTOM ROW: Terry Fernengal, Diane Horwith, Cheryl Krey.
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Sophomore Liz Kieronski.
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MARY COX claps with plenty of spirit and smiles. lUl'li0f VHFSUY Captain Sandfa Peffl'
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Cheerleader Sponsor Miss Sullivan 5eem510 enjoy her MINDY STEFFEY jumps HI the chance to Sl"lOW her pride at the
Sophomore Cheryl Krey shows a pretty smile while
The l.V. Cheerleaders show skill at the Homecoming pep rally. Gunior Diane Horwith prays for some winning touch-
The National Honor Society: Not Totally
It is an honor to be in-
vited to join the Na-
tional Honor Society. lt
takes at least a 3.3 aver-
age and extreme in-
volvement in school ac-
tivities to be asked. But
the N.H.S. is not totally
based on academics.
This Society deals with
much more: the sincere
smile of thanks from an
elderly patient when
we visit a nursing home
during Christmasp an
from a mentally dis-
abled child at the zoo
or the joyous scream of
a student who receives
a scholarship at the
BILL GIOIOSA, also a member of the De-
bate club, stresses a point during his re-
BELOW: WILLIAM DUMMER, National Honor
Society sponsor, and Donna Kramarz, listen to
new ideas at a meeting.
ROBERT MCLACHLAN, City Clerk, ad-
dresses the audience at the induction cere-
DIANA BALL gets into the Christmas spirit and lends a hand.
Based On Academics
N.H.S. NEW MEMBERSHIP: TOP ROW: Bill Gioiosa, Ken Butler,
Randy Huettman, Ken DeBono, Donna Kramarz, lim Green.
SECOND ROW: jim Moyne, Renee Drey, janet Mack, Loraine
Birka, Isabel DeMarco, Kathy Glowski, Carol Talamonti. THIRD
ROW: Sue Bloye, Sandy Perry, Donna Lee, Rhna Curl, Pat
O'Rourke, Michelle Furmaga, loyce Rumpz, Karen Scott.
FOURTH ROW: Tracy Malmsten, Carol Wolffradt, Emily Jensen,
Shirley Wolffradt, Michelle Novak, Marie Novak, Karla Meth-
ven, Lori Barnes. BOTTOM ROW: Diana Ball, Peggy Mezza,
Dave Sawyer, Mr. William Dummer, Mike Villar, Kim Costantini.
N.H.S. OLD MEMBERSHIP: TOP ROW: Eugene Suchyta, Mike
Berro, Bill Green, Laura Toth, Dina Zannese. SECOND ROW: Bill
Kostyshak, Terri Carbonneau, Michele McLachlan, Paula Kor-
ejwo, Shirley Fenech, Lorie Gattyan. THIRD ROW: Sue Corlett,
Vicki DeMarco, Lucy Plata, Beth Sprietzer, Melissa Ramirez.
BOTTOM ROW: Peggy Mezza, Dave Sawyer, Mr. William Dum-
mer, Mike Villar, Kim Costantini.
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handshake from Principal Martin Sviland during induction.
MARIO FALCONETTI and SUE MILLER pool ideas while
decorating our cafeteria for Christmas.
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Flexibility And Hard Work Reflect Council
Council member, Sue Cetnar, arranges decorations for hall-
Seniors Tracy Malmsten and Terri Kurpieski have the job of
decorating the main office.
A major revamping of Pride Week was one of the major
accomplishments of the student council. The nominating of
Pride Queen and King was changed to allow more flexibility
on giving each organization the right to elect candidates.
Amongst the events sponsored by the council during Pride
Week were Parents Dayp Secretaries Administration Dayg
Faculty Breakfastg All Night Basketball Dribble and the Pride
Week Kick-off Dance.
Homecoming 1977 also kept the council busy earlier in the
fall. The dedication ceremonies to the late Mr. john Blum,
The homecoming alumni reception, the festive parade,
half-time ceremonies of the football game and the dance
the same night were coordinated by the council.
Vice-President Nancy Katuzin centers a bow on a door
during the hectic night.
PAULA KOREIWO, council treasurer, finishes door for
STUDENT COUNCIL: TOP ROW: joe Vella, Donna Kramarz,
Ken Butler, Irene Phillips, Patty Phillips, Kris Parshall. SEC-
OND ROW: Michele McLachlin, Rhonda Hambel, Peggy
Mezza, Terri Carbonneau, Linda Williamson, Sue Sippel,
Shirley Fenech. THIRD ROW: Debbie Kacher, Sue Cetnar,
Heather Dziubek, Karen Miller, Sue Bloye, Sandra Perry,
Mary Korte. FOURTH ROW: Linda jerore, Karen Scott,
Shirley Rogers, Beth Sprietzer, Tracy Malmsten, Terry Fer-
nengel, Terri Falconetti. BOTTOM ROW: Paula Korejwo,
Kevin Sullivan, Mr. Darryl Goncharoff, Terri Kurpieski, Dave
KEVIN SULLIVAN, council president, and Dave Brunell, par-
liamentarian, assist in decorating the hall.
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Newspaper: A Cry Of Success
The Newspaper staff works hard
meeting deadlines to put out the
Cougar Crier. Each issue offers a
fresh outlook on editorials, school,
local and even national news. Mr.
Dan Gass, advisor for the staff, at-
tempted to make this years paper
better than ever. Improving the pa-
per tothe point of entering compe-
tition is under way.
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NEWSPAPER: TOP ROW: Lori Swain, Greg Salata, Mike Villar, Mike Kitchen.
SECOND ROW: Heather Dziubek, Linda Williamson, Rhonda Hambel, Barth
Bucciarelli, Michele Kochoff. THIRD ROW: Carol Wolffradt, Sue lohnston,
jeff Barr, Robin Wyatt, Shirley Rogers. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Dan Cass, Terri
Students Reach Their Physical Success
The goals of the Varsity Club vary for each individ-
ual involved in the program. For some students a
good conditioned body is importantg for others,
learning leisure time or recreational sports is im-
portant. It is the hope through the Varsity Club
that we can help the students to meet their var-
ious needs and be a physical success.
Varsity swimmer for three years Eugene Suchyta, lunges off
the starting block.
Past Awards and trophies show the success and involvement
in our Varsity Club.
VARSITY CLUB: TOP ROW: john Sapielak, john Robertson,
Tim Dunaitis, Leon Bergeron, Don Turbin, Steve Gross, Scott
Wagner. SECOND ROW: Mark Holey, Mark jenkins, Steve
Wilks, Gary McDermott, Art Trezil, joel johnston, Bill Tripp,
Mike Villar. THIRD ROW: Dina Zannese, jeff jackson, Ken
Zapp, Mark Burdick, Wally Stothers, Chuck Licata, Eugene
Suchyta. FOURTH ROW: Bill Kostyshak, john Voyles, Sue
Bloye, jim Pates, jeff Barr, Mike Sargent. BOTTOM ROW: Bill
Green, Athletic Director, Mr. Ronald Bales, Greg Salata.
The Theatre Arts Department started out this year
with the musical WIZARD OF OZ, which was a great
accomplishment for the cast and crew. The musical
was primarily aimed more toward our youth or
young at heart. The costumes and scenery reflected
this with grossly exaggerated features.
The variety show THE SANDS OF TIME, which was
put on for the student body, portrayed different
types of dramatic talent. These ranged from panto-
mime and comedy to a fast moving tap dance.
The smash-hit Broadway musical FUNNY GIRL was
put on in the spring to end a great year.
PAUL WHITE, an active member, is seen helping out.
NANCY LEE, a munchkin, is startled by the witch.
Sorceress of the North, played by Lucy Plata, calls upon Dorothy.
Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, played by Sue Corlett and Marty Miller
seem surprised with Dorothy's anger.
Dorothy helps up the Scarecrow, played by Liz jerore and Mike Borg.
LIZ IERORE helps Dwayne Carver, playing the Cowardly Lion, MR. ROBERT NANNI helps Patty McShane, playing Wicked
make adjustments on his costume. Witch of the West, with a difficult part.
THESPIANS: TOP ROW: Randy Hansen, Dave Plecha, Mike Carol Talamonti, Michele McLachlan, Lee Plata, lssy Frigo,
Borg, jan VanOrden, Marty Miller, Dina Zannese, Dwayne Doug Bacckus. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Harris, Sherry Sol-
Carver, Mike Piotter, Liz jerore, Terry Lewis, Marc Piotter. linger, joe Davis, Nancy Lee, Candy Neely, Barb Borland,
SECOND ROW: james Moyne, Eugene Suchyta, Sue Corlett, Yvonne Ramirez, Linda lerore, Cathy Neely, Cathy Chircop.
Linda Mikulak, Denise Zapinski, Penny Atkinson, Pat Miller, BOTTOM ROW: Lucy Plata, Pat McShane, Mr. Robert Nanni,
Annette Tulppo, Lori Gattyan, Mike ROY, lohn Pates. THIRD Paul White, Rhna Curl.
ROW: Sue Boyle, Linda Marsh, Kris Parshall, Diane Patterson,
First Year For Competition
Debate is an area that requires
many hours of tedious research and
the team adhered emphatically to
this very point. This hard work
brought something totally new to
Annapolisp it was the first year in the
school's history in which the De-
bate Team participated in inter-
scholastic competition. Debate is a
mental wrestling match which takes
up much time and dedication.
DEBATE: TOP ROW: Greg Larson, Bill Gioiosa, Dwayne Carver, Greg Salata.
BOTTOM ROW: Bill Kostyshak, Mr. Robert Nanni, Dave Sawyer.
GREG SALATA stresses a very important point in a debate.
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GREG SALATA and DAVE SAWYER discuss their opening
DAVE SAWYER, senior, is also a very active member in N.H.S.
Proud To Help Needy
These are some of the cans that went to the needy.
LAURA MOODY and SHARON GREC-ELY check cans for
LINDA DONOVAN gives money to Donna Kramarz for toy
Our idea of service is the "desire to be
useful to others without the thought
Paraphrase of Swedenborg, from
The accomplishments of this club
have been great. They have canned
food drives annually. The cans go to
needy families. These girls had a May
Day Party for the elderly people in a
convalescent home. A Christmas party
was put together for the Salvation
Army kids. They collected money for
a toy drive. It was a great project: for
they loved the toys they received at
Christmas. They also sponsored a
dance. The clubs membership is lower
but, in the years to come, they are
hoping to keep the club together and
have a greater turn out for the future.
This group hopes that the clubs to
come will accomplish: and feel as
proud as they do at the present.
COMMUNITY SERVICE: TOP ROW: Karen Sandecki, Kathy
Reilly, Barb Krawczyk. SECOND ROW: Kathy Glowski, Marci
Wilcox, Vicki Hall, Sheila Mullins. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Teall,
Ellen Sobczak, Anna Kolozsvary, Marie Novak, Anita Zuk.
BOTTOM ROW: Laura Moody, Donna Kramarz, Mrs. Doro-
thy Robinson, Sharon Gregely, Cindy Foreman.
Two Weekends Highlight
The 1977-1978 Ski Club was the
largest ever. Enthusiasm was high
with over fifty students going skiing
every Thursday night to Pine Knob
when there was snow.
In addition the ski club went to Col-
lingwood, Ontario to ski the week-
end on the enormous hills of Blue
Mountain. The ski club stayed in a
Holiday Inn, which has an indoor
swimming pool and sauna.
A second weekend trip was
planned for Boyne Mountain.
Spring skiing in March is very en-
This years ski club was the best ever
with high participation and enthusi-
asm. The ski club is sponsored by
Mr. Chuck Soule. He spends as
much time with the ski club as he
does teaching Biology.
Seniors Marilyn Kitt and Scott Webb take a
break from skiing the slope at Blue Mountain.
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After a long day on the slopes at Blue Mountain, juniors Glen Ashlock and
Dave Plecha, find it hard to keep their eyes open.
Sophomore Dave Brady and Dave Robbins prepare for a long and enjoyable
weekend of skiing at Blue Mountain.
"Hot Dog" skiers take a break from the mogals and have
lunch to have enough energy to take the slopes on for the
rest of the day.
The Ski Club!
SUE IOHNSTON and MARK BURDICK sit awaiting for the
slopes, reviewing the skiing styles.
IOEL JOHNSTON, catching a bite to eat, in preparing
for a long day skiing at Blue Mountain.
SKI CLUB OFFICERS: Mark Zapinski, Vice President. Mr. Chuck PAULA MORICH, says "It's too cold" and takes a
Soule, Sponsor. Marilyn Kitt, President Lori Lewis, Secretary. breather from the granny slope of Blue Mountain.
Co-Op Helps Mold The Future Employee
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Employee of Iverson's, Dan Williams, mills a part at work.
Industrial Education Co-Op of-
fers the student to work and re-
ceive credits toward graduation.
lt is only offered to seniors with
acceptable grades and records.
The student has a great opportu-
nity to learn and choose his or
her occupational choice. Be-
tween the school and the em-
ployer, they work together to
provide services for each other.
The student gains on the job
training, while the employer is
provided a better all- round em-
ployee than he could afford to
Mr. McDonald, Co-Op coordin-
ator, hopes that in the future the
program will be increased in size.
He feels improved pre-Co-Op
training will definitely upgrade
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for student working involvement. for possible mistakes.
Senior, Andy Sandecki, works on architectural floorplan.
DAN BAILEY finishes up some recopies.
MATT JOLLY adjusts headlights for proper
PAUL WHITE welds together wrought iron.
Metal working is an important field as shown by jim Qualls.
CO-OP: TOP ROW: Tom Lichtner, Andy Sandecki, Tim Marsh-
banks, jim Qualls, Rudy Tamborino. SECOND ROW: lim Beavers,
Tim Rice, Bill Babicz, Matt jolly, Tim McEwen, Paul White, jerry
Traskos. THIRD ROW: Dan Williams, lerry Burnaska, Barry Laskey,
Russ Cagle, Dan Bailey, Doug Clark, Tony Kramarz, Mr. Terry Mc-
Donald. BOTTOM ROW: jim Ackroyd, jeff Hedges, Gayle Delong,
Ken Hinzman, Mike Kilby.
Co-Op Leads To The Beginning Of A New Career
The Co-op Program at A.H.S. helps stu-
dents to form a career goal. By combin-
ing classroom instruction with super-
vised on-the-job training, one begins to
investigate his capabilities, interests, am-
bitions, and goals, to see if what he has
chosen is really the career for himself.
Many advanced opportunities in sales
and offices are open to Co-op students.
Usually these jobs require a high school
diploma or to be 18 years of age.
Certain qualifications must be met be-
fore the students are selected for the
program: 16 years of age, senior, mini-
mum preparatory business courses, satis-
factory discipline, absence, and tardy re-
BRUNO D'AVANZO and his manager, take in-
ventory of carpeting for K-Mart.
MR. AL HELNER, business co-op sponsor, also teaches basic sales.
Working at Household Finance, Paula Morich also finds time to enjoy
GERI NICHOLSON, working at Manufacturer's Bank, answers an impor-
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works in the Village Plaza at DataTech working on computers. from her boss at AAA.
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CRIGHTJ CO-OP: TOP ROW: Brian
Larson, Marcia Ginter, Bruno D'A-
vanzo, Mario Falconetti. SECOND
ROW: Sue Moore, Cindy Foreman,
Joann Spiegel, Debbie Distelrath,
Patti Cates, Geri Nicholson. THIRD
ROW: Lori Roddy, Pat Walden,
Paula Morich, Deanne Traskos,
jackie Cady, Linda Pongracz. BOT-
TOM ROW: Tracy Malmsten,
Gladys Reese, Mr. AI Helner, Peg-
gy Mezza, Debbie Kish.
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LORIE GATTYAN waits for the command from the drum
DINA ZANNESE, former drum major, marches in the Homecoming
The band plays their opening song at the Homecoming Pep
RPN TELNERS, lets his mind wander while waiting to
DOUG BACCKUS concentrates on getting the beat right. The newly formed flag Corps marshes in the Homecoming
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Dina Zannese, Laura Carducci, Mr.
Thomas Musson, Sue Corlett, Rob-
in Ferriby, Cheryl Roberts, Robin
Kitchen. SECOND ROW: Dave
Sawyer, Bridget Moyne, Wendy
Widmayer, Renee Rye, lan Van Or-
den. THIRD ROW: Ron Telners,
Dave La Veque, Randy Hansen,
Keith Lee, Garry Miller. FOURTH
ROW: Linda Mikulak, Dennis
Simms, joe Davis, Keith Trumbla,
james Moyne. FIFTH ROW: Emilie
jensen, lsabel De Marco, Donna
Henry, jackie Draper, Annette
Tuippo. SIXTH ROW:. Lorie Gat-
tyan, Pat Flohr, Tammy Koleh-
mainen, Sue Bloye, Linda Marsh.
SEVENTH ROW: Doug Bacckus,
Mitch Manns, Danny Perkins.
BOTTOM ROW: Linda Caruso,
jeanine Hapunowicz, Linda jerore,
Denise Hall, Rhonda Walters.
CHERYL ROBERTS, swimmer, stands ready to
Assistants Make Teaching Easier
Assistants are students, mostly seniors, who aid
and work with a teacher. It is an elite and cred-
ited class that involves many responsibilities. It
is split into four major categories: Gym, Library,
Office and Lab assistants. These young helpers
become a big help to the teachers and also
obtain an extreme sense of responsibility for
the work they do.
GREG SALATA, offensive end, helps to get early morning
Library aid, Karen Tamm, gets valuable experience for fu-
ture librarian positions she may pursue.
By taking attendance, Frank Price lends a helping hand.
Gym assistant, Tim St. Andrew, usually is playing on the football
team, but as gym assistant he is the referee.
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Football co-captain Paul Croteau is quarterback as well as gym aid.
Girls gym assistant, Linda Williamson shows jane
Lab assistants Dave Morgan and Marie Dowd joke with Mr. Frank Lupo. Sell Coffecf forms f0f diving-
Office aid Mario Falconetti feeds the computer informa-
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tion which is one of mam' duties' CAROL GRIFFITH and Martha Steffes take well deserved breaks.
Band And Choir Perform In Style
The concert band is once again conducted
by Thomas Musson. The group presented
their annual festive Christmas concert to
the delight of both parents and students. A
few of their selections included "A Christ-
mas Festival" by L. Anderson and "March
of Carols" by Bilik. The jazz band also par-
ticipated during this affair. Moreover, the
choir under the direction of Patricia Bird-
sall added the finishing touches for the
evening. In fact, she was presented a gift
near the conclusion of the concert. Even
though this year's choir was smaller than
those in the past, they were singled out for
their determination and excellence by
their sponsor. New sounds like the
"Monotone Angel" and old favorites as
"Silver Bells" highlighted the night.
The three trumpeteers do a fine solo at the annual Christmas
CONCERT BAND: TOP ROW: Doug Bacckus, Robin Ferriby, Annette Tulppo, Pat Flohr, Barb Borland, Dina Zannese, Laura
Carducci, Garry Miller, Mr. Thomas Musson. SECOND ROW: loe Davis, Linda Mikulak, Sue Corlett, Dave Sawyer, janet
VanOrden, Randy Hansen, Dennis Simms, Ron Telners, Keith Lee. THIRD ROW: Penny Atkinson, Isabel DeMarco, Donna
Henry, jackie Draper, james Moyne, Lorie Gattyan, Emilie Jensen. BOTTOM ROW: Renye Rye, Robin Kitchen, Linda Marsh,
Bridget Moyne, Cheryl Roberts, and Sue Bloye.
The choir, also giving concerts at the junior high, gives their
MRS. PATRICIA BIRDSALL, besides directing and teaching,
accompanies the choir.
CONCERT CHOIR: TOP ROW: Kent Spiker, Dan Mercier, Fred Foley. MIDDLE ROW: Michele McLachlan, Eileen York, Terri
Lewis, Shannon O'Connor, Sue Hammock, Rhonda Umbenhowar, Theresa Gibson, Mary Rippe. BOTTOM ROW: loy Gard,
Lucy Plata, Cathy Neely, Vickie Hawkins, Gigi Novak, Cheryl Cook, Mrs. Patricia Birdsall.
Doing Those Special jobs
The 1977-78 Vocational Printing Class has jobs
coming in every day. The students are picked by
the instructor, Mr. Dyda. The members of this
class have had previous printing experience, ei-
ther in junior high or the beginning of high
school. The Vocational Printing Class produces
many things for this school district, such as,
memo pads, office materials, the school newspa-
per, play programs, and all sport programs. The
class also does the Senior News for senior citi-
zens, which is an outside project.
JIM ACKROYD and DOUG CLARK, members of co-op, are
cleaning the press after a long day.
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VOCATIONAL PRINTING: TOP ROW: Scott Mayberry, T.R.
Rafferty, Dean Davis, C-ary McDermott, Mike Kitchen. MID-
DLE ROW: Russ Cagle, Doug Clark, Dan Bailey, Dave Lange,
lim Ackroyd, Terry Cowman. BOTTOM ROW: Mark Szan-
iszlo, Craig Nizyborski, Mr. Dyda, Karen Dryden, Debbie
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GARY MCDERMOTT, a member of the wrestling team,
working on a note pad for assistant principal Mr. Mike
Nurse's Aid Develops Skills
The nurses aid class is con-
sidered a vocational class
and the students learn many
skills. Upon completion of
this class, they will be quali-
fied to work as a nurses aid
in a hospital or nursing
home. They will be awarded
a certificate that they have
successfully completed this
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NURSES AID: TOP ROW: Nancy Katuzin, Bettina Gerke, Pam Cross, Cindy Kutz, Rita
Bell, joan Wint. MIDDLE ROW: Debbie Newboles, Kay Keblaitis, Sheila Falconer,
Regina Stewart, Linda Mckee, Kim Gaushas. BOTTOM ROW: Tammy Reynolds,
Kathy Wedlick, Mrs. Hallie Robertson, Vanessa Mendolia, Kim Fisher.
Cosmotology Is Beauty Culture
The cosmotology students
learn to bring out a person's
beauty. They try to make the
customers look their best
and leave satisfied. They are
trained by a staff of beauti-
cians. It takes 1,500 class
hours to finish the course
and they finish ready to give
everyone a new look.
COSMOTOLOGY: TOP ROW: Pat Flohr, Irene Phillips, Kim McPhee, Terry McCar-
thy. MIDDLE ROW: Cindy Reginek, Linda Donovan, Karen Brandes, Pam Esper,
Nancy Mryncza. BOTTOM ROW: Karen Adams, Candy Neely, Yvonne Rameriz,
Nancy Lee, Louise Magro.
Homecoming ls . . Pride And Excitement
Homecoming week began with the excite-
ment of the first evening pep rally. The
sophomores displayed their spirit by win-
ning the prestigious spirit stick. To high-
light the evening, the court and queen
were announced. Paula Korejwo was offi-
cially named Homecoming queen.
The game was a perfect compliment to a
fine week. The Cougars trounced Wood-
haven 26 to 0. The Cougars displayed their
defensive aggressiveness by not allowing
the Warriors to score. Besides the defense,
the offense exploded for four touch-
downs. At halftime, Mrs. Ioanne Blum re-
ceived a special dedication in honor of her
Cougar defense shut out Woodhaven, while the offense expl
for 26 Points.
Cougar, Marilyn Kitt, accepts the tro-
phy for the cheerleaders winning
van presents the jun
Paula Korejwo and her father, Donald, watch the Cougars in
Student Council president, Kevin Sulli-
late husband john.
iors the first place
At halftime, Mr. William Dyda, presents dedication ceremony
to Mrs. loanne Blum, in honor of her late husband
The Sophomore class shows its pride and
enthusiasm at the homecoming pep ral
Homecoming Queen, Paula Korejwo shares her
moment with Mr. Robert Cole and Nancy Morin.
1977 Queen Nancy Morin and Mr. Law-
rence Morin enter the pep rally.
Two outstanding actors in the Senior skit:
Duane Carver and Michelle Kochoff.
1978 HOMECOMING COURT: TOP ROW: Mr. Kochoff, Mr. DeLong,
Mike McCarthy, Mr. Kerchen, Mr. Cole, Mr. Morin, Mr. Picolli, Mr.
Fisher, Mr. Miller. BOTTOM ROW: Michelle Kochoff, Gayle DeLong,
Terri McCarthy, janice Kerchen, Paula Korejwo, Nancy Morin, Denise
Picolli, joan Thostenson, Karen Miller.
Our 1978 Homecoming Queen, Paula
Korejwo is flanked by her proud par-
ents Mr. and Mrs. Donald Korejwo.
Senior mouseketeers lead the parade.
Tribute To Disney Spotlights The Parade!
1977 HOMECOMING COURT: Terry McCarthy and Doug Norton,
Michelle Kochoff and Steve Tofan, Karen Miller and lim Peters, loan
Thostenson and Mark Fisher, Queen Paula Korejwo and jimmy Cole,
lanice Kerchen and Ken Butler, Gayle Delong and Tom Weatherholt,
Denise Piccoli and jeff Barr.
Our Homecoming Parade held on October
15, was led by two spectacular Grand Mar-
shalls, our own Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
The theme of our Homecoming was "Walt
Disney". The class float competition was
won by the juniors, who built the Mickey
Mouse Club House. The cheerleaders con-
structed a Pinocchio Workshop and took
first place in club competition. Also par-
ticipating for the first time was the alumni
class of 1977 with their own float, a huge
inflated "Tigger", which everyone enjoyed
After such a successful parade, our great
football team defeated the Woodhaven
Warriors by a score of 26 to 0. The Home-
coming Dance held in the gym was deco-
rated in green and yellow streamers with
over 250 couples swaying to the tunes of
Gayle and Tom. Ken and lanice. Michelle and Steve. Paula and jimmy.
Doug and Terry. lim and Karen. jeff and Denise. loan and Mark.
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MRS. ELLEN O'DROSKI, Mrs. Bunny Barr, Mrs. Carol Helka and Mr.
Michael Vogel were among judges chosen for the Homecoming
GARY MCDERMOTT, a member of the wrestling team, and his date
Cindy Keating take a rest while waiting for the next song.
Assistant principal, Michael Vogel receives dance admission tickets
from Leslie Schmelzer and her date.
TRACY MALMSTEN and all-league line backer Paul
Croteau, seem to be enjoying their evening.
ROB PETERS, Tina Ringer, joe Demarco and Carry
Shoemaker share thoughts listening to the music of
PAULA KOREJWO, Homecoming Queen, enjoys her
reign during the Homecoming Parade.
Pride And lt's Rewards
The key highlight of the past Pride Week was the
dedication awarded to counselor, Mr. Louis Bor-
tolon. Decided by the Student Council, the hon-
ors were given to him at the February 3rd pep rally
kicking off Pride Week.
Pride King and Queen were voted on by the stu-
dent body andthe result was Gary McDermott for
Pride King and Marilyn Kitt for Pride Queen.
The Pride Week Essay contest, an important part
of the traditional week, was won by senior Donna
Kramarz who defined pride to the greatest of de-
The 24 hour basketball dribble also was a feature
as the different clubs dribbled throughout the
night. McDonalds furnished free certificates and
orange drink at the all night affair.
Finally, the junior Class captured the Pride Week
Trophy for most spirit amongst classes as Isabel
DeMarco received the honor from Student Coun-
cil President Kevin Sullivan at half time of the
Pride Week basketball game with Woodhaven.
STEVE MARX and ANN FARKAS present the new pride king
and queen, Gary McDermott and Marilyn Kitt, their "year-
A.H.S. Counselor, Mr. Bortolon, receives a Carnation for the
Pride Week dedication ceremonies from Karen Miller.
N.H.S. member, Donna Kramarz receives her trophy for
winning the Pride Week Essay contest.
The varsity cheerleaders mount up at the pep rally.
MARILYN KITT and DAVE BRUNELL being announced as
nominees for Pride King and Queen.
KEVIN SULLIVAN announces Pride King and Queen.
The junior class performs at the pride week pep rally.
MARILYN KITT and GARY MCDERMOTT, smile after being
DENNIS SIMMS Says YOU ve got I0 be 'Hd IOHN NICHOLS says, "Look at moi I can boogie."
ISABEL DEMARCO receives the PRIDE WEEK trophy for the ju- DAVE MCDERMOTT comes back for the Pride Week
Winning Pride Essay For
What is pride? ls pride
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something that can be seen in the anguish
3 races against the clock? Or by the many
ng of posters, decorating of halls, practic-
ill result in sore, tired bodies and aching
failures after failures that still cannot stop
within all of us. There is no way to put a
not something that can be measured by a
ig of anger you get when someone from
-wn your school. Pride is what you feel as
.e winning basket. Pride is what you feel
finally perfect after the many days of
idy fields and pouring rain. Pride is that
aning night of your school play.
expressed by all of us in many ways. Pride
fter all the strains, pressures, and endless
:le is what let's you hold your head high
MELISSA RAMIREZ becomes a "person" of the cloth to preach about pride.
DONNA KRAMARZ tells what she thinks
Senior, Gary McDermott, is crowned Pride
Metro-West League Expands ln Scope
The Metro West League consists of four high
schools: Annapolis, Clarenceville, Oak Park, and
Woodhaven. The four schools are geographi-
cally spaced outg thus, reflecting different atti-
tudes and values amongst the student bodies.
Nonetheless, the league is in its fourth year of
existence and hopes to expand with more
schools in the future.
The league annually holds a kick-off banquet at
a host school where coaches and club sponsors
can share ideas and offer advice to improve the
standards of the organization. This year's ban-
quet was superbly held at Oak Park.
The league also presents yearly a trophy to the
school whose combined sport squads capture
the most points. Last year's went to Clarence-
There are also annual student exchange days
amongst schools for the purpose of comparing
the rules and values of the distant schools. Last
year, the four schools got together for an All-
League Student Council Day for the purpose of
discussing the chance for constructing such a
The yearbooks and newspapers of the schools
are also exchanged for the objective of acquir-
ing new ideas and perspectives.
Homecoming queen Cindy Kaplan is escorted across the
field by Darroll Olson.
CINDY KAPLAN, Clarenceville's Homecoming queen, gets
Clarenceville's Homecoming court sits las tradition! at the foot-
Disney Characters Highlight Homecoming
The 77-78 Woodhaven Homecom-
ing was both exciting and disap-
pointing. The theme was Walt Dis-
ney characters. The sophomore
float received recognition for the
best looking float in the parade.
During half time the band per-
formed and Kay Ripple was
crowned as Woodhaven's Home-
coming Queen. The game was a dis-
appointment for Woodhaven as
Oak Park scored 38 points. Wood-
haven's only touchdown was made
by lim Simpson. The dance, led by
the band "Squeeze", was a success.
Woodhaven students relax at the dance
with some punch.
Woodhaven Homecoming Queen Kay Ripple escorted by Bob Callaway
Woodhaven Warriors in action against Oak Park.
A Conservative Commu nity But
The students life doesn't center around the school. But if they don't study and do homework twenty-
four hours a day, what else do they do? Well, what about cruising Annapolis Ave. and looping
McDonalds, trips to Camp Dearborn, Saturday afternoon football games at Chircop Field or working
out at the South-end Weddel Community Center.
TINA RINGER returns from a shaving
cream shower at cheerleading camp.
JEFF SUGG climbs a fence the hard way to
impress those who might be watching.
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SHIRLEY ROGERS, TRACY MALMSTEN and MICHELE KOCHOFF huddle and plan their next
Enjoyment And "Good Times" Are Man
GAIL GOODREAU, PAULA KOREIWO and TERRI KUR-
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KAREN SCOTT passes to her receiver in a girls football scrim-
PIERRE and CHERYL KREY seem to be enjoy-
ing their lunch. I
TRACY MALMSTEN shows excellent form as BETH SPRIETZER and friends do a few calisthentics before a friendly game.
she kicks a field goal.
The Accent On Living
Students at our school seem to
accent their own style of living
in different ways. Outside of
school many enjoy boxing at
the community center, others
join clubs like our new geneo-
logy club which is sponsored
by Mr. Willard Grant or others
enjoy the debate team with
Mr. Robert Nanni. No matter
where you look you'll find a
wide variety of activity in the
daily life of each student here
at our school.
Beware of Bill Cote, boxer for Dear-
MR. WILLARD GRANT discusses his
LOARN CHILCOTE prepares another roll of film. He is the one who you see on top of
the church at each home football game.
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SENIOR LINDA MCKEE sits with a look of contentment as junior Rita Bell takes her blood pressure with a pleasant smile.
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Tomorrow: It's Always A Day Away
STEVE GROSS and RICH CEGLARZ Study the
Publications class celebrates Christmas in a "family" way.
NANCY KATUZIN turns "witchy" on Hal
MR. MARTIN SVILAND honors Mrs. Vivian Moore at retirement lunch. loween night at the Swdef1fC0UnCil Meet
This portable is taken away by Taylor Methodist Free Church.
Cheerleaders and Cougarettes dance chair style.
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SUE BLOYE and TERRY FERNENGEL remember their sophomore DONNA KRAMARZ looks worried because she's late
year. for class.
People Work To Improve Their Community
Annapolis students say goodbye to portables.
MR. NEWINGHAM takes a break from class to pose with
exchange students from Clarenceville.
The working life of the students reflect a style of
living in the community here. jobs can vary any-
where from a gas attendant to working in an
apparel shop. This year we exchanged our style
of living in school with a handful of students from
Clarenceville High School on exchange day. This
experience proved to be a beneficial and suc-
IANET ROMAN, senior, takes a break from work.
SANDY CROUSE shows a photographer the latest in fash-
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junior Liz lerore thinks about upcoming weekend. The tables are turned on photographer Max Beck.
On Their Own In The World Of Work
Wrestler, Gary McDermott and Cindy Keating take a stroll past the "Chew Chew
, ,ws .
KEN KEBLAITIS, junior, has fun being the cook at Burger Chef.
THE THESPIANS: TOP ROW: Yvonne Ramirez, joy Davis, Candy Neely.
These days, many students have
come to realize the need to have
an independent income. This has
prompted students to go out on
their own into the surrounding
neighborhoods and cities to seek
employment. This is done strictly
by the student and does not con-
cern the Co-Op Program offered
by the school. These students re-
ceive no credits for their jobs.
These students should be ap-
plauded for their efforts of step-
ping out into the world of work.
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junior, Cheryl Foren, takes an order for another hungry per-
IOE MORSE, varsity wrestler, takes a break from practice.
IIM ROMAN, junior, attends gas at the Standard Station.
EDDIE FIELDS, works part-time as a janitor of Mayfair School.
RULES OF THE GAME
AN UNKNOWN CHAPLAIN is credited with being
the author of this letter, addressed to a young man
about to enter the arena of life,
I am giving you the ball, Son, and naming you the
quarterback for your team in the game of life. I am
your coach, so I'll give it to you straight
There is only one schedule to play. It lasts all your
life, but consists of only one game. It is a long game
with no time out and no substitutions. You play the
whole game --- all your life --- all the time.
You'll have a great backfield. You're calling the sig-
nals, but the three other fellows in the backfield with
you have great reputations. They are named Faith,
Hope, and Charity.
You'll work behind a truly powerful line. End to end,
it consists of Honesty, Loyalty, Courage, Devotion-
to-Duty, Self-Respect, Cleanliness, and Discipline.
The goalposts are the Gates of Heaven.
God is the referee and sole official. He makes all the
rules, and there is no appeal from them.
There are rules. You know them as the Ten Com-
mandments, and you play them strictly in accor-
dance with your own religion.
There is also an important ground rule. It is, "As ye
would that men should to to you, do ye even so to
Here is the ball. It is your immortal soul! Hold fast to
it. Now, Son, get in there and let's see what you can
do with it.
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Paul Croteau, Dave Morgan, Frank Price, Tony
Marijanovich, Tim St. Andrews and Brian Lager-
strom were honored Metro-West All-League se-
Croteau, Morgan, Marijanovich, St. Andrews, Tur-
bin and Price were also selected for the Dearborn
Heights All-City Team.
The leading rusher was Tony Marijanovich, with
602 yards in 138 carries for a 4.7 average. He also
returned punts and kicks back for 352 yards. Paul
Croteau had 225 yards and 38 carries for a 5.7
average. On defense he had 81 solo tackles and 58
Due to lack of sophomore and junior participa-
tion, seniors salvaged an otherwise up,and down
season. Their 5-4 record was not comparable to
the previous 7-2 record.
BRIAN LAGERSTROM i191 scrambles away from Trojan de-
TONY MARIIANOVICH i25l runs over Woodhaven players in
TIM ST. ANDREW 1821 provides block on kick return for
junior Rick Simms l23J.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: TOP ROW: Coach jack
Newingham, Don Turbin, Tim St. Andrew, Dave Reese, Rick
Simms, Ken Schweitzer, Managers' Kris Parshall and Pat
Olow, Bill Tripp, joe Vella, Mike Berro, joel Johnston, Coach
Darryl Goncharoff. MIDDLE ROW: Nick Gillim, Ken Zapp,
Tony Marijanovich, Duane Seay, Paul Croteau, lim Guyot,
Brian Lagerstrom, Mark Burdick, Manager Mike Novrocki.
BOTTOM ROW: Ron Sullivan, Dave Morgan, Greg Salata
Dave Brunell, Frank Price, jeff Barr, Dave Fuoco, Kelly Gilbert
DON TURBIN l75l and KELLY GILBERT l37l close in on a
Clarenceville running back.
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into the pocket to throw a Cougar aerial.
Annapolis Cherry Hillgfgrl A j 0
Annapolis CHMQU, R' 5a
Annapolis Bedford A iili , V13
Annapolis Oak ,Park l '0
Annapolis Clarenceville 14
Annapolis Woodhaven 0
Annapolis Thurston 14
Annapolis Melvindale 20
Annapolis Crestwood A33
S Record: P5 wins 4 losses, L0 ties
Reserve Squad Dominates League
The Cougars offense was led by Vernon Orsborne
with 359 total yards and an impressive 30 total
points. But the strong point of this years' squad
was their defense led by john Cole with 27 solos
and 13 assists. Vernon Orsborne's 28 solos and six
assists backed him up. Linebacker Mark Shea and
quarterback Ken Butler also weighed heavily in
the teams tremendous success this season. The
junior Varsity's effort this year proved to be a
good sign for the Varsity squads of the future.
MARK SHEA lines up to bring down an Oak Park running
Scholastically inclined Ken Butler is also impressive when he
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Annapolis 26 Oak Park M 12 2
Annapolis 22 Clarenceville A 6 A
Annapolis 20 Woodhaven T 0
Record: 3wins Olosses 13 ties g
Flanker, Vernon Orsborn, sprints off tackle for another fine
First year Coach Dave Sumey points out offensive strategy to Bob
Excellent transfer, Mark Shea C261 came from Taylor
Center to do a fine job for our team.
Cornerback, jeff Price, grabs an Oak Park running back
to assure another Cougar victory.
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Ken Farkas, Ken Butler, Gary Fordham, Mark Holey, john Crowley,
john Cole, Vernon Orsborne, Jim Turner, Coach, Dave Sumey. MID-
DLE ROW: Len Distelrath, Fred Foley, Mark Shea, Greg Hall, jim Scott,
Mark Zapinski. BOTTOM ROW: jim Archibald, jeff Price, and Rob
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STEVE GROSS floats over the finish line for another Cougar
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For the second consecutive season, the Harriers
have captured the league title. They took a hard
loss against Lutheran West. Then they came on in
full force. They defeated league opponents Oak
Park, Woodhaven, and Clarenceville twice.
Bill Green was the top runner in the leaguep Leon
Bergeron was the third best runnerg and john
Sapielak had the distinction of being the fifth
LowEsT scoRE WINS
Annapolis 47 Lutheran West 15
Annapolis 20 Oak Park 40
Annapolis 19 Clarenceville 42
Annapolis 16 Woodhaven 43
A Annapolis 17 Oak Park 44a x
AnnaP0lis 21 ,. Clarenceville 34 ,g
Annapolis 18 Woodhaven 42 y
RECORD: 6 WINS, 1 LOSS
Wayne Memorial 9th
League Meet 1st
JOHN SAPIELAK and Ray Knamiller talk over the days' meet.
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Bill Green high steps to finish line at Wayne Invitational.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: TOP ROW: Leon Bergeron, Bill
Green, john Sapielak, Steve Gross, and Coach, lim Valen-
tine. BOTTOM ROW: Dave Valentine, Wally Stothers, Ray
Moreno, and Ray Knamiller.
Cagers Grab Share Of Metro-West
Under the direction of rookie coach Larry
jackson, the Cougar Cagers achieved a few of
the goals that he set previous to the season.
The first goal was to win at least ten games or
more, meaning that with a twenty game
schedule, he wanted a winning percentage of
500!0 or more and the second was to win the
league championship. Both goals were met
by having a 13-7 record and a third of the
league championship. Leading the way was
senior Bill Green who was the top scorer and
rebounder. Tony Marijonovich was tops in
assists. Tony also made first string All-League
while Bill Green and Tim Dunaitis took hon-
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KEN DEBONO 142D grabs an offensive rebound with
Forward Tim Dunaitis i34l collects a tip in between two defenders.
Sophomore guard Mike Turbin 1127 converts on the fastbreak
BILL GREEN 1241 cans two more despite a hand in his face.
Annapolis 52 Romulus
Annapolis 50 Adrian
Annapolis 69 Crestwood
Annapolis 57 Edsel Ford
Annapolis 58 Garden City
Annapolis 83 Crestwood
Annapolis 62 Robichaud
Annapolis 79 Lutheran
Annapolis 55 Oak Park
Annapolis 74 Clarenceville
Annapolis 54 Canton
Annapolis 59 Woodhaven
Annapolis 79 Garden City
Annapolis 56 Oak Park
Annapolis 55 Truman
Annapolis 67 Clarenceville
Annapolis 58 Woodhaven
Annapolis 82 Thurston
Annapolis 58 Southgate
Annapolis 67 Garden City
Annapolis 55 Stevenson
RECORD: 13 Wins 7 Losses
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Bill Green, Coachg Larry jackson, Bob Summers, Al McMillan, Tim Dunitis, Ken Debono.
BOTTOM ROW: Dave Kryzwonas, Tony Marijanovich, Mike Villar, Don Turbin, Ken
New Coach And Personnel Begin Revamping
:With a reserve squad comprised
mainly of sophomores, this years
team finished second in the Metro-
West league. Directing the young
Cagers to their respectable 11-9
win-loss record was first year coach
Steve Miller. Steve, a 1970 graduate
of Annapolis High himself was a let-
terman here and later went on to
play at Grand Valley State before
returning as a coach. Even though
the team suffered such problems as
players moving up and down be-
tween the Varsity and junior Varsity
levels, everybody involved held to-
gether and accomplished a fairly
successful season. Picking up most
of the slack was forward Rich
McGuire who ended as the teams
leading scorer and rebounder.
Leading the assist department was
guard Dave Valentine.
l.V. BASKETBALL: TOP ROW: Rich Nicholson, Dave Valentine, Scott Rhodes, Rich McGuire, Coach: Steve Miller, Mark
Maynarich, Bill johnson, Cary Korejwo, Rob Peters. BOTTOM ROW: Mark Shea, Bob Robertson, Mike Turbin.
Penetrating the zone defense for a layup is sophomore guard Rob Peters.
Guard, Scott Rhodes l21J, splits the two defenders for a layup.
RICH MCGUIRE C143 scores on a layup after stealing the ball.
DAVE VALENTINE C121 watches as Bill johnson 1225 lays in an
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SCORES 4 A y
57 . Romulus ' ' '53
58 Adrian C A L, 5151? A V
60 Crestwood f5g'fS40 A
55 Edsel' Ford. 1' 52
54 oc. East.. A 4 A A 48
49 Crestwood 1 A 53
53 Taylor Kennedy 57
75 Lutheran West' 4 58
68 Oak Park 1 71
76 Clarenceville 47
60 Plymouth Canton 69
50 Woodhaven 52
67 G.C. East 60
57 Oak Park 56
81 Truman 45
57 Clarenceville 53
72 Woodhaven 34
50 Thurston 62
60 Southgate . 68
45 G.C. West 76
Record: Wins 11 Losses 9 1
Three Bid For State Championship
In addition to the championship, the grapplers
brought home six gold medals, a coach's award,
and the Mr. Hustler award from the Metro-West
League meet. Gold medal winners were Ron Sulli-
van, Dave Drouillard, Bob Reese, Mike Hind-
marsh, Gary McDermott and Mark Holey, The Mr.
Hustler award was given to Drouillard for the
quickest pin in the tournament.
Three grapplers headed for Kalamazoo, Michigan
for state finals: Dave Drouillard, Mike Hindmarsh,
and Gary McDermott. Former 1977 State Champ,
Mike Hindmarsh, placed third at 126 lb weight
class. A FIRST: Sophomore Dave Drouillard com-
peted at the 112 lb. weight class, the first sopho-
more ever to go to state from Annapolis.
Senior, GARY MCDERMOTT, calmly scores three quick
RON SULLIVAN waits patiently for his next match against
Sophomore, BOB REESE, works hard to score six points for the team.
junior, MARK HOLEY, works for the league championship and receives two points for the first take down.
Senior, VERN BRIOLAT, ties up an arm and works for the fall. Assistant coach, STEVE VECCHIONI, gets excited over a bad
ll , X U, -we V ,A T LEFT: WRESTLING TEAM: TOP ROW: Mark
x . V ' r Holey, Dave Chavis, Ron Dolney, john Sa-
5 l I A ' 'l 1 pielak, Abe Zain, Ed Browe, Mike Hind-
' , .Q ,S , A . marsh, jim Guyot, Gary McDermott, Derek
A ' lar' V' l-1' , Mrowczynski, Dave Brunell, joe Morse.
' "I ' ff ' VA 2 A rr - MIDDLE ROW: Ron Sullivan, Ernie Ruiz,
9 ' I I Dave McCartney, Assistant Coach Steve
f - 1 ., . 1. I Vecchionij Head Coach jim Bryan, Manager
' ' , 5 N - at-A l ' I V l A j Mike Sargent, Robert Reese, Tom McDer-
A J' A ' i ' mott. BOTTOM ROW: Curt Septer, Dave
v ' I W t 1 K Drouillard, jeff Price, Ken Za , john Ni-
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Cirapplers Capture League Title
Senior, MIKE HINDMARSH defends his state championship.
Iunior, IOE VELLA holds in his man for last three seconds.
43 Garden City East
43 Grosse Ile
41 Allen Park
43 Oak Park
43 Garden City West
59 Romulus '
6th john Glenn 3
5th Catholic Central
3rd League Meet
RECORD: 7 WINS 2 LOSSES
Sophomore, IOHN NICHOL fires up to beat his opponent
Sophomore, BOB REESE, smiles as he pins his opponent.
DEREK MROWCZYNSKI, junior, works hard toward gold
medal at Catholic Central Invitational.
Senior, GARY MCDERMOTT, works hard for league cham-
Sophomore, VERNON ORSBCRNE, hustles to receive two
points for reversal.
Working Through Summer Leads The Way
Although they didn't have a great season, Coach
Chuck Lindsey looks forward to next year since he
will only be losing three seniors. Senior Eugene
Suchyta was the only swimmer to make finals at
Garden City East Invitational. junior Steve Wilk,
freestyler and backstroke, had acquired the most
team points. The only record breaker this year was
sophomore Dennis Simms in the 50-freestyle with
a time of 25.8 seconds. The team will be very
tough next year as they plan to be working all
through the summer.
The breast stroke demonstrated by Steve Wilk.
joe David lStickl leaps off the diving board for an inward dive.
Keith Licht fCakel pours on the steam for another Cougar
Eugene Suchyta lSquintl shows his expertise of the dog pad-
To Next Years Success
CHUCK LINDSEY congratulates his 400-relay team for an outstanding Cougar victory over Oak Park
BOYS SWIM TEAM: TOP ROW: Eugene Suchyta, Scott Wag-
ner, Mark lenkins, Steve Wilks, Dennis Simms, Keith Licht.
MIDDLE ROW: Coach Chuck Lindsey, Statistician: Sandy
Nickell, Neil Fitzgerald, T.R. Rafferty, john Voyles, Randy
Nickell, Randy Myers. BOTTOM ROW: lim Pates, john
Pruzzo, joe Davis, Bill Kostyshak, Harold Baymiller.
Annapolis G. C. West
Annapolis lohn Glenn
Annapolis G. C. East
Annapolis Oak Park
Annapolis Oak Park
Annapolis 61 Woodhaven 107
Garden City Invitational Sixth Place
League Meet: 3rd place
Record: 5 Wins 11 Losses. i
Girls Swim Team Have Outstanding Year
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DIANE BIRCH, junior, succeeds in her forward dive.
BELOW: SPEED SWIMMING: TOP ROW: Shelly Cole, Sabrina
Stevens, Linda Flohr, Kim Benge, Sue Bloye, Renee Hahn,
Diane Birch, Dina Zannese, Mrs. Joyce Dick. MIDDLE ROW:
Renee Huettman, Mary Pruzzo, Michelle Budzik, Cheryl
Coached by Joyce Dick, the girls swim team
worked hard and broke many records. The med-
ley relay was broken by the efforts of Cheryl Rob-
erts, Renee Hahn, Carol Talamonti, and Michelle
Budzik. Sue Bloye broke the 200 individual med-
ley. Records also broken by Michele Budzik were
the breast stroke and free style. Cheryl Roberts
also broke the record for backstroke. Diving for
the team this year were Carol Talamonti and Diane
RENEE HAHN, senior, takes a practice dive off the block.
Roberts, Marcy Wilcox, Janice Kerr, Penny Atkinson, Bonnie
Zombeck, Liz Hupunowicz. BOTTOM ROW: Carol Tala-
monti, Diane Balhorn, Lori Lewis, Joyce Rumpz, Cindy Pillion,
Cindy Stevens, Sue Miller, Sandy Nickell.
CAROL TALAMONTI jumor fhes Into the axr with the encouragement of the crowd.
RENEE HAHN takes along breath while doing breast
91 5 55
VT, ,r. l,, ,i,r,,. 80
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Lincoln Park 80
Oak Park 64
M .,ia :73,,SCh3fel' 97
59fWoodhaven 1 1 6
YQHIC Park 60
691 Clarenceville L Q 103
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Share Of Metro-West Championship
MICHELLE NOVAK i5l, second year varsity, fights for the ball.
DENISE CIEALDI l23l, junior, screams as she tries hard to steal the ball.
l 182fVARSlTY GIRLS BASKETBALL
The girls basketball team was a
dedicated, hardworking group of
young ladies. Although not blessed
with a great deal of height, they
more than made up for it with hus-
tle. This team never gave up and
was always competitive in every
game. These young ladies had a
high degree of togetherness and
team spirit seldom found on any
team which contributed greatly to
their winning the league champion-
ship and having a winning season.
Leading the team in points was
Nancy Valentine with 256. Leading
the rest of the team, Michelle No-
vak had 53 assists and Linda Mikulak
had 97 rebounds.
KATHLEEN FURMAGA l'l2l, shows great
LINDA MIKULAK l13I, first year varsity, fights for the ball.
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL: TOP ROW: Colleen Teschendorf, Den-
ise Cifaldi, Mr. Colin Curtis, Linda Mikulak, Nancy Valentine. BOT- V
R W Kathleen Furma a Maureen Uetz, Debbie Kacher, Mi-
TOM O 1 g ,
chelle Novak, Michelle Furmaga.
Teammates watch as Denise Cifaldi puts the ball up.
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Annapolis I 36'
Annapolis A 43 I 'Crestwosoidpyffr 5 4 I
Annapolis' 57 Monroe, 14 I 5'
Annapolis 37 Wayne
Annapolis 36 G. C. Eastj itsi ,552
Annapolis 45 Allen Park fffffsf 53
Annapolis 59 Oak Park ' A 37
Annapolis 64 Clarencevilles A 46 I
Annapolis 47 River Rouge, 45'
Annapolis 48 Woodhavenl f 426
Annapolis 614 Oak Park 50
Annapolis 43 Melvindale 37s
Annapolis 29 Clarencsevilleli 2514414
-Annapolis 72 A
Annapolis 37 , , 9 128
1fAnnap0liS 43? Grossgigltlilelis535,- 15053. l
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A y Recordtf Q10 iWliinsE8Et,L,lossQes. 5 fj ff I I
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALLf'I83
ConditioninggLeads To Success
For the second year, Miss Katherine Gap-
py, the coach of the girls' junior varsity
basketball team, has conditioned and
trained the team well. The team was suc-
cessful with 8 wins and 4 losses. Vicky Allen
scored the most points, 95 in 12 games.
Karla Methven had the most assists, 20 in
12 games. janet Mack leaped for the most
rebounds, 65 in 9 games.
VICKY ALLEN C45j shoots for two points.
DONNA HENRY, shoots with a powerful throw over
184fj V. GIRLS BASKETBALL
ROBIN KITCHEN, Donna Henry, janet Mack, and Helen Budzik guard
DONNA HENRY C143 and HELEN BUDZIK stand by while janet Mack
grabs the rebound.
GIRLS j.V. BASKETBALL: TOP ROW: Helen Budzik, julie Stafford,
Renee Rye, Ms. Gappy, Maureen Zadigian, Donna Henry, jan Mack,
Vicky Allen. BOTTOM ROW: Robin Kitchen, Debbie Nichols, Karla
IANET MACK, also a member of the N.H.S., goes up for a
Forward, julie Stafford 1421, is fouled on a fast break.
Sophomore, Donna Henry 1147, goes up for a lay-up shot.
Guard, Robin Kitchen 4101, hesitates before shooting.
Sophomore, Vicky Allen l45l, fights for a
S 1 1 Record:'8
l.V. GIRLS BASKETBALU185
Varsity Serves Up Action!
This years' team consisted of five seniors,
eight juniors and one sophomore. Karen
Webb and Linda Williamson both seniors,
were selected co-captains. Senior Karen
Webb led the team in points. Next was
Martha Moranty, followed by julie Stafford
and Debbie Weaver.
The 1977-78 varsity team was coached by
Miss Katherine Gappy, with only one re-
turning varsity player. Together the team
works to show their pride. The most im-
portant thing is not whether they win or
lose but it's the friendship and spirit the
team has developed.
DEBBIE WEAVER tries hard as she gets the point.
186fGIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL
SANDY HARRIS bumps the ball as she tries for a point against
CHERYL ROBERTS waits for the ball while lulie Stafford watches.
IULIE STAFFORD, gets over the net to spike the ball, DEBBIE WEAVER, first year varsity, follows through on a set
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: TOP ROW: Mgr. - Terri Lewis, Maureen Zadigian,
Martha Moranty, Lorraine Birlca, Coach - Kate Gappy, Suzanne Sippel,
Karen Williams, Linda Williamson, Sandy Harris. BOTTOM ROW: Karen
Webb, Cheryl Roberts, Maureen Uetz, Karen Scott, Debbie Weaver, Mi-
chelle Walters, lulie Stafford.
SCORRESVY. i rfigfifgryg
Garden f CIWEAQEQSE
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School Craft Tourn. 'I out of 4 won
Season Record: 9 Wins 6 Losses
League Record: 4 Wins 2 Losses
Regionals 0 Fordson 2
GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALLf187
j.V. Has A Surprising Season
The j.V. girls volleyball team, under
the coaching of Miss Kate Gappy,
have tried to play over their inexperi-
ence. They ,have practiced hard,
bumping, blocking, setting, spiking,
and serving. This hard work will pay
off when the girls try out for a place
on next years varsity team. The top
server on the team was Karen Martin.
jane Sell was the team's top blocker.
Sophomore, lane Sell serves the ball.
188fGIRLS j.V. VOLLEYBALL
CLAIRE MILLER is backed up by lane Brown as she prepares to bump the
LINDA IERORE, sophomore, braces herself as she prepares to bump the ball.
l.V. VOLLEYBALL: TOIP ROW: Linda jerore, jackie Lyons, jane
Brown, jane Sell, Coach - Kate Gappy, Mgr. - Terri Lewis,
Beth Leveille, Sandy Bryant, Sheila Gardino. BOTTOM ROW:
Beth Dolby, Sharon Harris, Karen Martin, Heather Dziubek,
Claire Miller- Sophomore, jane Brown says, "Take that!"
Sophomore, Claire Miller, follows through after bumping the ball.
vs Garden City: East 2
vs Lincoln A Park 1
vs Oak Park ' 2
vs Taylor ' A 2
vs Clarenceville V 2
vs Taylor . 2
vs Woodhaven A 1
vs Wayne 2
vs Oak Park 0
vs Crestwood 2
vs Truman 2
vs Clarenceville 2
vs Lincoln Park 2
vs Woodhaven 0
vs Garden City East 2
Season Record: 11 Wins 4 Losses
League Record: 3 Wins 3 Losses
GIRLS l.V. VOLLEYBALLf189
Annapolis Students Show Their
MARK BURDICK and FRANK PRICE, members of the Varsity
Club, take their turn dribbling the basketball.
Sweating up a storm is Greg Salata, just after catching another
There are many kinds of sports that are not always
in the competitive field. During Pride Week, the
student council sponsored a 24 hour basketball
dribble, which proved to our school that students
still are interested in getting involved. Represen-
tatives of the different activity clubs in our school
participated in this basketball dribble. There were
other activities played during the night, a volley-
ball game between the classes and a water polo
game in the pool. The Ski Club of our school took
a weekend ski trip to Collingwood, Canada. These
students took lessons during the day and most
skied til night.
Representative of the Community Service Club, Mary Korte,
portrays her grace and balance on the beam.
President of the Student Council, Kevin Sullivan, reinacts his
Pride By Getting Involved!
DARRYL PRIBIK waits anxiously for his
friend before hitting the slopes.
Ski members wait patiently to board bus, so they can get started on the hills.
CARRY MILLER, DINA ZANNESE, BILL COTE enjoy being lifeguards at the pool
during the basketball dribble.
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Students get restless while on the bus to Blue Mountain. Students view the snow covered slopes while riding the chair
lift up the hill to the top.
192fCLOSING SPORTS DIVIDER
IN TODAYS SPORTS
not ours to
or to lose."
CLOSING SPORTS DIVlDERf193
Brenrek Drane 68
Abbott Dawn 64
Abbott Mary jo 78
Ackroyd llm 17 140 130
Adamolr Chrlstlna 66
Adams Karen 54
Adams Scott 68
Adkms Ken 54
ADMINISTRATION AD 206
A lus Rita 54
Acodray john 54
Allen Conme 52 54
Allen Kelly 17
Allen Vrckey 66 68 184
Allevato Mane 17
Allgood Wrllram 68
AMROIAN INS AGENCY
Anders james 17
Anderson Oral 68
ANDREWS KARL 88
Anlol Tlmothy 54
ANNICHINI MARY 106
Apfel Davrd 54
Apostolovskr Olglca 54
Archibald Robert 66 68
ARELLA STUDIOS 203
ART S SHOE REPAIR 205
Ashlock Glen 54 128
Atkinson Penny 54 125
Axlak Deborah 54
Bablcz WlIl1am17 130
Bachamn Carrle 66 68
Baganz Wolfgang 64
Baggett Gary 68
Ba gett Leonard 17
Bal ey Dan1eI17 140 130
Barley Sandra 68
Baker Eules 68
Baker Terry 54
BALES RONALD 91 123
Balhorn Duane 68 188
Balhorn joe 54 56
Ball David 17
Ball Dianna 54 118
Baltrmore Debra 54
Baran Wrllram 68
Barnes Lorr 17 119
BARR BUENA 83 145
Barr jeffrey 17 122 123
BASKETBALL BOYS jV
BASKETBALL GIRLS jV 184
Bass Debra 68
Bator Frank 54
BATSAKIS ANGELO DR 82
Baumelster Lynn 54
Baymlller Harold 54 179
Bays Brenda 54
Beauregard Mrchael 68
BEAUTE BOUTIQUE 204
Beavers jlm 17 130
BECK MAX 159
Becklar Allan 68 74
Belcher Orvllle 54
Bell R1ta54 141 155
Bellew Teresa 17
Belzer, Danielle 17, 44
Benge, Krmberly 66, 68, 77,
Benson Debra 59 54
Berg Dlana 68 78
Bergeron Leon 17 123 169
Berlsh Gregor 54
Berro Mlchae 16 17 119
Berry Douglas 68
Berry Kimberly 68
Bertuccr Rosemarie 68 90
Burch Duane 54 180
Burch Mark 8 17
BIRD MIKE 90
BIRDSALL PAT 99 102 139
Blrka Loraine 54 119 187
Blackburn Terry 68
Blansett Sharon 54
Blast Sylvia 18
Blevins Brenda 54
Blevins Wlllard 78
Bloye Susan 52 53 54 119
121 123 125 135 138
BLUM IOANNE 90 142
BOARD OF EDUCATION 83
BOARD OF EDUCATION
BOASE DAN 97
Boedlghelmer Deanne 68
Borleau Steve 68
Bollng Kevln 18
Bonner Dawn 54
Bor M1chael54 124 125
Bor and Barbara 68 110
111 125 138
BOROVSKY jOHN 96
Born Krm 68
BORTOLON LOUIS 87 146
Bouley Dale 18
BOURASSA CAROL 99
Boyd Cynthia 68
BOYS SWIMMING 179
Braden Larry 54
Brady Darrell 18
Brady Davnd 68 128
Brandes Karen 18 141
Branton Pete 68
3revoort Davld 78
Srnd emen james 68
Brno at Vern 18f 175
Brom Slmone 52 54
Browe Denrse 18
Browe Edward 68 175
Brown jane 68 188 189
Brown Lor152 54 155
Brown Rebecca 68
Brunell David 54 56 63
121 147 165
BRYAN IAMES 88 113 175
Bryant Sandra 68 189
Buccrarellr Barth 55 122
Budzlk Helen 55 184
Budzlk Michelle 55 180
Brudlck Mark 7 18 123
129 165 190
Burke jeffrey 55
Burnaska Gerald 18 130
Burnham Brian 55
Burnham Davld 55
Burton Cathy 18
Busz Dan 18
Butler Brian 18
Butler Bruce 18
Butler Kenneth 55 119
144 166 167 171 121
Byers Barbara 55
Byrd Denlse 55
CABANA FOODS INC 212
Cadleux Carl 18
Cad jacquelm 18 133
Cage Russell 18 45 130
Cam Wllllam 69
CO OP RETAIL 133
Corcoran Sherry 69
Corlett Susan 7 19 119
124 125 135 138
Cornwall Sandra 55
Corpolongo jeffery 69
Cosgro Matthew 19
Costantrm K1m19 119
Cote Lrsa 69
Cote Wlllram 55 59 154
Campbell Colm 69
Campbell jams 68 69
Campbell Patrick 69
Carbonneau Tern 7 19 40
49 119 121
Carduccl Laura 78 135 138
Carroll joseph 55
Carroll Walter 55
Caruana Anthony 55
Caruso Lmda 69 135
Carver Dwayne 19 124
Casteel Frances 19
Castle Mary 19
CATAMOUNT STAFF AD
Cates Patr1c1a19 133
Cecll Robbie 69
Ceglarz Rlchard 55 156
Cetnar Susan 52 55 120
Chaney Davld 69
Charboneau joe 19
Chase janet 55
Chavls Davrd 69 71
Chavls Sandy 19 89
CHEERLEADERS jV 116
CHILCOTE LOARN 154
CHILCOTE LORI 46
Chrrcop Catherine 52 64
CHRISTENSEN GAYLE 92
Chung Susanne 69
Churko Mary 69
Crfaldl Denrse 55 182 183
Crlra Marie 55
Clloskr Bruce 69
Crslo Laura 69
Clanton james 55
Clanton Marian 69
Clark Dennis 69
Clark Douglas 19 130
Clark Mary 19
CLARKE KEVIN 80 89
Clement Kelly 55
Click Bronce 69
Clrfford Frances 55
Cole janet 68 69
COLE JIMMY 144
Cole john 167 69
COLE ROBERT 143
Cole Shelly 69 188
Coleman Karen 55
Collett jerry 55
Collms Beverly 55
Collms CECIIIB 55 111
Collms jonathon 69
CONCERT BAND 138
CONNORS ADRIENNE 93
Connett james 14 19 100
Cook Alan 19
Cook Cheryl 69 139
COOK SHIRLEE 85
Cooke Rosemary 55
Cooper Laura 69
COOPERS 76 SERVICE 201
CO OP INDUSTRIAL 131
COTTON LARRY 83
Cotton Lmda 69
Counts Sandra 69 76
Cowman Terry 19 140
Cox Mary 66 69 116
CRABBIE jOES 209
Cralg Donald 69
Crawford Michele 55
Crawford Stormy 69
Crlans Gina 69
CRIPPS CLEANERS 207
Crlpps Ga1I66 69
CROSS COUNTRY 169
Cross Pam 20 141
Croteau Paul 10 15 20 33
37 47 112 137 145 5
Crouse Sandy 158
Crowley john 55 167
Crudo Antonette 20
Crudo Dann 69
Cullen Davr 55
Cullman Laurle 20
Curl Mrtchel 69
Curl RI'1na 20 119 125 160
CURTIS COLIN 103 183
Czaplewskr Patrrc1a11 S2
Dabrowskl Cherlyn 69
DAILY LIFE DIVIDER THEME
PAGE 108 109
Damaren Daniel 20
Damaren Michele 70 113
Danek Danrel 20
Danek Rosemary 70
Darmanln Mary 70
Darnell Davld 70
Davanzo Bruno 20 133
Dean 55 140
joseph 70 73
Evelyn 20 125 160
Dealonzo Krmberlee 56
DEARBORN BANK 81
DEARBORN HGTS CLINIC
P C 201
DEBATE TEAM 126
DeBono Ken 56 119 170
DeGraaf Gary 56
Dellcato Cindy 52 53 76
Dellcato Crarg 20
Delong Gayle 8 20 143
DELONG ROBERT 143
DeMarco Isabel 52 53 56
119 135 138 148
DeMarco joseph 70
DeMarco Vrctorla 6 7 20
11 111 19
Denby james 56
Denee, Michael 70
Depoole, Frank 70
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Derderuan Gary 56
Dermuner Bruan 64
Dermuner Carolyn 20 48
DesRosuers Dauna 56
Duaz Francusco 20
DICK IOYCE 90 91 180
Ducks George 56
Duedruck janet 56
Duem juanuta 70
Dueson Debble 52 56
Dullon Cundy 70
Dullon Earl 56
Dustelrath Debby 20 133
Dustelrath Leonard 70 77
Dustelrath Sally 56 113
DuVergullo john 56
Dolby Beth 11 56 189
Dolunskl Denise 21
Dolney Ronald 70 175
Donovan Lunda 21 127
Doody Mary 56
Dooley Sherry 70
Dorton james 70
Dowd Marte 21 137
DRAMA CLUB AD 210
Draper jacquelun 70 135
Draper Lawrence 21
Draper Lunda 56
Drazen Threse 56
Drey Lynne 70
Drey Renee 52 56 119
Droulllard David 66 70 175
DRILL TEAM 110 111
Dryden Karen 21 140
Duff jewell 56
Duff Kevun 70
Duffy Nancy 21
Duke Chrlstu 56
DUMMER WILLIAM 104
105 118 119
Dunautus Tum 52 56 123
Duncan Mark 56
Dunn Bully 70
Dunn Tammy 70
Durham Lee 56
Durham Phullup 70
Durham Terry 70
DYDA WILLIAM 66 97 140
Dyer Debra 56
Dyer Tumothy 21
Dzuubek Heather 52 56
121 122 189
Edmunds Scott 70
EGLINTON EDWARD 105
Ehlert jackue 21
Elandt Melvun 21
ELY IOSEPH 86
E 81 M HARDWARE 204
Enderlch Debra 70
END OF SPORTS DIVIDER
END OF THEME 214 215
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Pam 21 141
Renee 36, 71, ,
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Falconettl Maruo 21 119
Falconettu Terru 71 121
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Falkuewlcz Pam 14 21
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Fusher Kum 64 141
Fusher Loru 57
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FISHER ALBERT 144
Fusher Thomas 71
Fute Ruck 16 21
Fute Terru 66 71
Futzgerald Neul 71
Flohr Lunda 71 180
Flohr Patrucua 21 135 141
Flores Faustlno 57
Fobar Dolores 71
Focht Dale 22
Focht Davud 71
Foley Fred 71 167 139
FOOTBALL IV 167
FOOTBALL VARSITY 165
Fordham Gary 57 167
Fordham Gregory 57
Foreman Cynthua 22 127
Foren Cheryl 64 161
Forsyth Cynthla 71
Fortuer januce 22
Fountaun Lusa 57
FOX S PASTRY SHOP 204
Franas Mary 52 57
Franklun Laura 71
Franzul Susan 64
Frazuer Donald 71
Freeman Donna 64
Frugo Isabelle 57 125
Frltz Denise 57 161 61
Fryer Maureen 71
Fuoco Cundy 57
Fuoco Davnd 22 165
Furmaga Kathleen 71 182
Furmaga Muchelle 57 119
Gabourue james 57
Galvan Deborah 70 71
GAPPY KATHERINE 184
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Garcua Segnsmund 71
Gard joy 56 139
Garduno Sheula 78
Gardner Keuth 22
Garneau, Tracy 71
Gaushas, Brnan 78
GASS, DAN 22, 81, 100, 122
Gattyan, Lorne 22, 119, 125,
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Gaushas, Kum 22, 141
Gawenda, Gaul 71
George Davud 56
George Deborah 52 56
Gerke Bettuna 56 141
Glbson Theresa 57 139
Gulbert Chrustopher 71
Gulbert Kelly 22 36 46 47
Gullum Nuck 22 165
Gullum Faye 71
Gunter Marcua 22 133
Guouosa Wulluam 57 63
126 149 119
Guron Tracy 22
Gushler Tuna 22
GLENN T V SALES AND
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Gnuewek Muchael 71
Gouke Ray 22
100 112 121 165
Gondek Lynn 71
Goodreau Gaul 22 110 111
Goodreau james 70 71
Gorman Mark 57
Gourlay Cnndy 71
Goyette Bernue 22
Gracuak Davld 57
Graham Gary 57
Graham Nancy 71
GRAHAM S OPTIQUE
GRANT WILLARD 101
Grayman Muke 23
Green james 57 119
Green Wulllam 23 89 119
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Greenwell Raymond 71
Gregely Sharon 7 23 127
Grendel Muchael 57
Grlbben David 57
Gruffun Clufford 57
Grlfflth Carol 23 137
Gruffuth jane 57
Grugg Mucheal 57
Gross Steven 57 123 156
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Grzebuenuk Matthew 57
Guules Guy 57
Guyot james7 13 23 165
Hachaduruan Lynette 57
Haddad Klm 23 44
HAGEN EARL 98
Hahn Renee 23 41 180
Haktsuan Marulyn 23
Hall Denuse 57
Hall Gregory 167 57
Hall Vucku 11 127
Hambel Rhonda 23 113
Hamulton Robert 23
Hamleun james 71 78
TROPHIES INC 201
Hansen Randall 71 125
Hapunowucz Eluzabeth 71
Hapunowucz jeanune 57 69
Harlan, Chloe 71
Harmon, Ruchard 57
Harper, Clyde 23
Harper, jo n 71
Harper, Mark 57
Harrus, Lawrence 23
Harrus, Sandra 57, 186, 187
Harrus Sharon 66 67 71 72
Harris Tum 23
Harruson Gary 71
Harruson Ron 13 23
Hart Debra 58 61
Hart Deborah 57
Hart james 71
Hasklll Denuse 71
Hawkins Vuckue 24 44 139
Hay john 71
Hay Susan 58
Healy Loru 71
Hedges jeffrey 24 130
Hegedus Ruck 71
Heunruch Duane 24
HELKA CAROL 85
HELNER AL 94 132 133
Heunruch Mark 72
Henry Donna 72 135 138
Henterly Patrlck 78
Heu el Tony 58
Hey er Charlotte 58
Hucks Lunda 72
Hull Kevun 58
Hulton Barbara 24
Hulton Vlctorua 58
Humanek james 58
Hundmarsh jeff 72
Hundmarsh Muke 11 24 48
Hunzman Kenneth 24 130
Hutsman Lynda 72
Hux Antuonnet 58
Hofer Don 72
Hofer Muke 72
Ho lun john 58
Ho en julue 78
Holey Mark 58 112 123
Hope Shurley 72
Horwuth Duane 58 116 117
Howard Ken 72
Howell julue 72
Hubbard Danny 24
Hubert Donald 58
Hudak George 58
Huettman Randy 58
Huettman Renee 72
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Hull Ruck 72
Hupunowucz Luz 66 180
Hutchunson Karen 72
Ingram Pat 72
Ison Kum 58
Itoney AI 72
Ivey Darlene 58
Irvun Curtus 58
jacek Bull 58
jackson jeffery 24 123
jackson Larry 171
jafke, Bonuta 58
jamueson, jeff 72
januce, Deborah 24
janlce, Ruchard 78
januga, jack 72
jean, Roy 72
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jenkins Mark 58 89 179
jensen Emilie 24 119 135
jentz Robert 24 48
jerore Elizabeth 58 124
jerore Linda 66 72 121
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jeters Lisa 72
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jOE S PIZZERIA 202
johnson BilIy172 173
johnson Donna 71 72
Johnston joel 24 123 129
johnston Sue 7 24 120
jokl Sheila 72
jolly Matthew 24 138 130
jones Sharon 72
jUNlOR CLASS COUNCIL
IUNIOR CLASS AD 206
Kacher Debbie 52 121 183
Kahl Cheryl 72
Kahl jeffery 72
Karp Lynette 72 110 111
Kalmar Gabriel 72
Kane joseph 24
KAPLAN CINDY 150
Karcher joel 58
Karoub joseph 9 25
Katuzin Nancy 25 78 120
KEATING CINDY 145 160
Keblantis Kathryn 25 141
Keblaitls Kenneth 58 65
Keeter Craig 72
Kehoe Chris 73
Kehoe Kevm 58
Kelly Phyllis 73
Kelsey Mark 58
KENYON SUSAN 92
Kerchen jamce 25 143 144
Kerchen Robert 73
KERCHEN ROBERT MR
Kerr jamce 73 180
Kienzler joan 73
Kieronski Elizabeth 73
Kilby Michael 25 130
Kish Debra 25 133
Kisonas Raymond 73
Kitchen Michael 58 122
Kitchen Robin 73 75 135
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Kitt Marilyn 25 78 112
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Kleiber Charles 58
Klotz Michael 58
Klover Cynthia 58
Knamiller Karen 73
Knamlller Raymond 58 168
Kochoff Michele 25 47 78
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KOCHOFF BORIS MR 143
Kohlmeler Chester 58
Kolehmainen Tammy 15
Kolozsvary Annamarie 58
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Korejwo Gar 66 73 172
Korejwo Paua 7 9 25 7
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Korte Andy 59
Korte Mary 25 121
Korte Susan 59 114
Korzeniewski jill 59
Kosko Suzanne 70 73
Kostelich Sher l59
Kostyshak Mic ael 25
Kostyshak William 25 119
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Kozykoski Gregory 78
Kramarz Anthony 130
Kramarz Donna 25 118
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Krawczyk Barbara 52 59
Krey Cheryl 73 116 117
Krlska Phill 73
Kropla Lin a 59
Krych Michelle 25
Krzywonos David 171
Kuras Denise 25
Kuras Douglas 73
Kuras Scott 73
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Kutz Cindy 26 141
Kutz Pamela 73
LaForge Margaret 59
Labane Karen 73
LaFleur Dale 26
Lagerstrom Brian 26 37 42
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Lange David 26 140
LAMBEE LOIS 83
LANGDON DAVE 12
Lapham Daryl 59
Larson Brian 26 133
Larson Craig 59 126
Larson Gregory 59 126
Lary Patricia 36 52 59 110
Laskey Barry 26 130
Lauer Brian 59
Laveque David 73 135
Lawson Madonna 73
Lawson Teresa 59
Leach Grant 73
ee Charles 59
ee Donna 26 119
ee Keith 73 135 138
ee Nancy 59 141
LEHNERT NANCY 103
Leight john 73
Lemieux Connie 59
Levellle Elizabeth 73 78
LEVESQUE KRISTINE 93
LOGUE BLAKE 97
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Lochridge Dwight 59
Loftus Steven 73
Long Diana 59
Long Sherry 59
Lowe Michael 73
Lowe Mitchell 73
Ludlam Ronald 27
Luton Tammy 59
LUPO FRANK 89 137
Lyons jacquelin 66 73 189
MACHNEE ROBERT 81 87
Macie David 73
Mack janet 52 59 62 119
MacMaster Marylyn 27
MacMaster Monica 59
MacMaster Patricia 73
Ma ro Louise 59 141
Ma on Matthew 73
Ma erski Celestine 73
Ma ey Christine 27
Maley janette 59
Malmsten Clay 73
Malmsten Tracy 7 27 47
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Maltby Kenneth 27
MAMA DEENAS 207
Manns jeffery 59 135
Manns Mitchel 73
March: Gary 73
MARCHING BAND 135
MAR KAY CLEANERS INC
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MARIjANOVlCH BOB 167
Mariles Richard 73
Markin Robert 59
Marsella Daniel 27
Marsh Linda 73 125 135
Marshbanks Timothy 27
Martin Karen 73 75 189
Martin Sharon 27
Marx janet 12 27
Marx Steve 146
Massara Donald 74
Masse Gary 59
Masta er Susan 59
Masters jerl 59
Mastroeni Brian 59
Mastroeni Roxann 27
Mathis Darell 59
Matzelt Laurie 54 59 112
Mayberry Scott 59 140
MAYFAIR AUTO PARTS 204
Mayhue Debbie 66 67 74
Maynarlch Mark 74 172
McBride Karen 52 59
McCarthy Colleen 59 111
MCCARTHY jUDlTH 105
MCCARTHY MIKE 143
McCarthy Terry 27 141
McCartney David 59
McCartney joe 74
McCloud Laurie 27
McCoy Cynthia 74
McCo Laura 27
McCu lough David 60
McCullough jean 27
McCullough john 74
McDermott Dave 148
McDermott Gary 8 16 27
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McD rmott Thomas 66 67
McDonald Gina 74
McDonald Michael 74
McElhone Pamela 28
MCDONALD TERRY 80 96
McElbone Lori 74
McEwen Tim 28 130
McGinnis james 28 40 10
McGough Melody 74
McGuire Richard 66 74
79 172 173
Mclnnes Bill 60
Mclnnes David 74
McMaken Timothy 74
McKay Michael 71 74
McKee Linda 28 141 155
McKinnie Moira 60
McLachlan Michele 15 28
119 121 125 139
McLaughlin Gary 74
MCLEAN EDWARD 82
McMillan Allen 28 171
McNamara Shawn 64
McPhee Kimberly 60 141
McShane Edith 28
McShane Patricia 28 125
Mejia Sherry 74
MEL S SAV A LOT 201
Mendolia Vannessa 56
Menard Robert 74
Mercier Dan 139
Merritt Terri 60
Metas Phillip 60
Methven Karla 60 119 184
Meyer Debra 74
Meyer Karen 74
Mezza james 60
Mezza Peggy 28 41 49
119 121 133
Michael Daniel 74
Micheletti Pamela 74
Mlesmer Neal 28
Mikulak Linda 7 28 47
125 135 138 183
Mikus Brian 60
Miller Claire 174 188 189
Miller Darlene 60
MILLER DIANNE 42
Miller Garry 52 60 135
MILLER GARRY MR 143
Miller Karen 28 112 114
121 143 144 146
Miller Marlene 60
Miller Martin 28 124 125
Miller Patricia 74 79 125
Miller Steve 172
Miller Susan 60 119 180
Miteff Susan 60
MONROE PHARMACY 202
Moody Laura 74
Robertson Robert 76 172
Moore Lenore 74
Moore Susan 28
MOORE XIVIAN 85 156
Moranty Martha 60 187
Moreno Raymond 60 169
Morgan David 28 37 112
Morgan Marxanne 70 74
Morlch Paula 7 29 129
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MORIN NANCY 143
Morrns Cmdy 60
Morris Krlstme 7 29
Morrns Mnchael 29
Morrls Mlke 29
Morrlson Karen 29
Morse joseph 29 161
Morse Robert 74
Mosallam Dalal 29 41
Moyne Bridget 74 135 138
Moyne james 60 119 125
Mrowczynskl Derek 60
Mroz Annette 60
Mrozowskl james 60
Mryncza Nancy 60
Mullolrs Ronald 66 74
Mulkey Robert 74
Mullms Shella 127
Murnane james 29
Murnane Susan 60
Murphy Nancy 74
MURRAY S AUTO STORES
Muscat Phrlnp 74
PRIDE WEEK 146 149
Pace Domenlco 60
MUSSON THOMAS 99
Nabozny Anne 60
Nader Rena 60
NANNI ROBERT 81 101
125 126 154 160
Nash Davnd 60
Nason Rrchard 60
Nagy Darlene 29
Nagy David 75
N H S 119
N H S AD 209
Neblett Sharon 75
Needler Randy 75
Neely Candace 29 125 160
Neely Catherme 29 125
Neel Shawn 60
New oles Debble 60 141
NEWINGHAM jACK 91
104 158 165
Newsone john 75
NEWSPAPER AD 212
NEWSPAPER CLASS 122
Nlcholl john 75 148 175
Nrchols Debra 60 184
Nichols Michele 75
Nrcholson Geralynn 16 29
133 134 132
Nicholson, Rxchard 75, 172
NICKEL, WILLIAM 94
Nlckell, Randy 29, 179
Nnckell Sandra 66 75 179
Nremrec Deborah 75
Nrx Davld 60
Nnzyborskl Craig 60 140
NOBLE ROMAN PANTRY
Norman Danny 75
Norman Wllllam 75
North Karl 29
NORTON DOUG 144
Norton Sandra 30
Novak Angela 60 139
Novak Marne 52 60 119
Novak Mlchelle 52 60 119
Novrockr Mrchael 75 165
NURSES AID 191
Obldzmskr Llsa 55 60
Obldzrnskl Mark 64
Ochoa Cynthia 75
Ochoa Ray 60
O Con Kelth 78
O Connor Shannon 75 139
O DROSKI ELLEN 145
O DROSKI jOHN 91
OLDHAM NEIL 52 107
Oldenburg Donald 30
Olow Pat 57 60 165
OLSON DARROLL 150
Olson Gayle 73
Olson Mark 60
OPENING DIVIDER 2 3
ORourke Erleen 52 60
O Rourke Patrrcra 56 60
Osborne Brran 75
Osborne Donna 60
Orsborne Vernon 75 166
Ouellette Charlotte 60
Ouellette Patrncla 60
Overdorff Brenda 75
Overdorff Mark 60
Overton Pamela 75
Pace Francesco 61
Pace Gulseppe 75
PACHY STEVE 87 102
Paczewskl jIII 75
Patterson Hugh 61
Payne john 75
Perkins Daniel 61 135
Perry Sandra 52 61 116
PETERS jIM 144
Robert 75 76 145
Petrre Theresa 61
Petroms Renata 75
Phlllrps Irene 61 121 141
Phrllrps Patty 30 113
PICCOLI CHARLES 143
Pnccoll Demse 30 95 114
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P1 e Gregory 75
Clndy 75 180
Mark 75 125
Mlke 30 125
Plpta Steve 10 75
Plata Lee 61 125
Plata Lucllle 30 119 124
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Plecha David 61 125 128
Plecha Gerald 30
Plonka Carol 10 75
Podczewmsk: Darryl 61 102
Pongracz Lrnda 30 133
Posa Vlckle 75
Potter Davld 61
Potter Mlchael 75
Pralnlto Dean 75
Prrbrk Darryl 76 191
Prlce Frank 9 31 136 165
Prlce jeffery 71 76 167
Reynolds Tammy 16 62
Rhodes Robin 31
Rhodes Scott 76 172 173
Rlce Susan 62
Rice Timothy 12 31 130
Rlchardson Rlchard 76
Rrchter Gregory 76
Rrdenour Darlce 64
Rrnger Tuna 76 114 115
145 152 153
Rropelle Andrea 31
Rrppe Mary 31 33 45 112
Rrpple Kay 151
Roach Anthony 64 65
Roach Donald 62
Robbins Davld 76 128
Robbins Laurle 31
Roberts Bull 31
Roberts Cheryl 62 135
138 180 186 187
ROBERTSON HALLIE 141
Robertson john 32 123
Robldou Dennis 76
ROBINSON DOROTHY 95
Robinson james 62
Roddy Dorralne 76
Roddy Lorraine 32 133
Roddy Marguerlt 62
Rodman Krmberly 62
Rogers Lots 32
Rogers Shlrley 7 16 32 4
57 113 121 122 152
Ro ers Theresa 78
james 62 161
janet 32 158
Lynn 14 31 112
james 71 76 179
Mary 61 180
PYSZ DENNIS 80 83
Qualls Ilm 16 31 130
QUIGLEY WILLIAM 104
Qurroz john 61
Craig 13 30
Kenneth 70 75
Papp Steven 30
Pa urn Gary 75
Par er james 30
Parker judy 66 75
Parpart Edward 64
Parrish joseph 61
Parrrsh Leslie 61
Parrish Llsa 75
Parshall Krlsten 52 61 112
121 125 165
Paternoster jlm 30
Pates james 64 123 179
Pates john 61 125
Patrlas jeffery 75
Patrlck Cathleen 55 61
114 115 153
PATRICK DENNIS 98
Patterson, Brran 75
Patterson, Duane 52, 53, 61,
RADUS GERALD 100
Radzwlon Bruce 76
Rafferty Thedore 31 140
Raley Ann 76
Raley Laura 61
Ramlrez Carol 62
Ramrrez Melissa 7 10 31
36 112 119 149
Ramirez Yvonne 31 125
Reed Curtls 76
Reese Davld 54 165
Reese Gladys 31 133
Reese Robert 76 174 177
Regmek Cynthia 62 141
Rel ly Kathryn 31 127
Renaud Trmothy 64
Rentschler Matt 31
RESZCZYK, SANDRA 94, 95
Renye, joseph 62
REVOIR, MARGE 106
Rosol David 76
Rosol Sue 76
Rosol Tom 32
Roy Mrchael 76 125
Rulz Ernest 62 175
Rumpz joyce 59 62 119
Rushing Davld 76
Russow Donald 62
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Ryan Steven 76
Rye Kenneth 76
Rye Klm 32
Rye Renee 76 135
Sabln Mark 32
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Sammut Grace 76
Sandeckr Andrew 32 130
Sandeckr Karen 62 127
Saplelak john 62 123 168
Sargent M1cheaI62 123
Sawyer Davld 32 119
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Schafer Donna 32
Schick Katherine 76
Schrller Trm 76
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Schmelzer, Leslle 62, 145
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SENIOR PATRON ADS 216
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Sewejkis Robert 77
Seymour Brenda 34
Sharkey Susan 34
Sharp Angel 62
Sharp Donna 34
Shaw Steve 34 91
Shea Mark 77 166 167
Sheridan Malissa 34
Sheridan Vincent 62
Shirley Donald 62
Shoemaker Carrie 77 113
Shoemaker Cheryl 62
Shortrtd e Pat 34
Shuwalo f Laura 77
Sremiesz Susan 67
Dennis 77 135
Richard 62 65 164
SIMOWSKI DAVID 105
SISSON jOHN 87
SKI CLUB 128 129
Sn der Crndy 8 34 65 36
So cyak Ellen 52 63 127
Sochackt Paul 77
Soflos Evangelrn 63
Solonlck Michael 77
Sollrnger Sherry 77 125
SOPHOMORE AD 212
SOULE CHARLES 88 129
Spiegel jams 63
Spiegel joann 33 34 133
Sprker Kent 34 139
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Spradlm Steven 63
Sprtetzer Beth 7 34 48 49
St Andrew Tim 34 37 136
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St Lawrence Randy 34 44
St. Pierre, Katherine 63, 114,
Stachowicz, David 77
Stachowicz, john 63
Stafford, julie 77, 184, 185,
Stahl Gail 35
Stanley jerry 63
STAPLETON jERRY 86
Steele Robert 63
STEFFES IEANNE 106
Steffes Martha 35 137
Steffey Melinda 66 77 116
Steffey Polly 77
Stennett Daryl 78
Stennett Donna 77
Stennett Keith 12 35
Stevens Cindy 77 180 181
Stevens Sabrena 63 180
Southard Mlke 34
STEUBE GERALD 82
Stewart Re ina 63 141
Stewart Wa ly 52 55
Strdham Sherry 64
STEIN RITA 103
STEINMAN jANICE 93
Stockdale Gary 63
Stokes Troy 63
STOMP EVELYN 92
Stothers Don 34 35
Stothers Waldo 63 123
Stover Denny 77
Stringer Wrlliam 77
STROME TERRY 80 84
STRONACH LAURIE 83
Strother Norma 35
Stuart Walter 63
Stuck: Timothy 35
STUDENT COUNCIL 121
STUDENT COUNCIL AD
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Suchyta Eugene 35 119
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Su g jeffery 77 152
Su ey Pamela 63
Sulkey Timothy 77
SULLIVAN MARY 83
SULLIVAN PATRICIA 42
Sullivan Patrrcia 63
Sulltvan Ronald 77
SUMEY DAVE 167
Summers Robert 35 171
Summers Shari 63
SUNNY SIDE MARKET 200
Suriano Carmela 35
Suriano Dianne 33 35
SVILAND MARTIN 84 156
Lori Ann 14 55 122
SWIM TEAM BOYS 179
SWIM TEAM GIRLS 180
Swoveland William 63
Szaniszlo Mark 63 140
SZAWARA jlM 33
Szedlus Karen 63 161
Takala William 63
Talamontr Carol 63 119
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Tamborlno Eric 77
Tamborino Rudy 10 13 35
Tamm Karen 35 136
Taylor, Steve 77
Teall, Cheryl 52, 63, 127
Teeley, james 35
Teichman, Fred 38
Telners Ronald 63 134
Teschendorf Colleen 63
TESSIER PONTIAC AD 213
Tessmar Kim 38
Tessmar Michael 63
THESPIAN SOCIETY 125
Thomas Lorie 38
Thomas Rodney 38
Thompson Brenda 77
Thompson Melody 63
Thompson Daniel 38
Thornsberry Evelyn 77
Thornsberry Shirrell 63
Thostenson joan 9 38 143
Tidwell Donna 38
Tredman Megan 77
Tofan Steve 144
Tomaszewskl Donna 16 38
Tosto Caterina 77
Toth Laura 38 119
Touslgnant Gayle 38
Tousignant Kerth 77
Towery David 77
Towery james 63
Townsend Alan 78
Traskos Deanne 38 133
Traskos jerry 38 130
Traskos Sandra 78
Tredman Megan 77
Trezll Arthur 63 123
Trlcoff Charleen 10 38
Tripp B1II38 123 165
Trumbla Keith 63 135
Tue Dtana 63
Tue Ted 78
TULANE HEATING AND
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Tulppo Annette 78 125
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Turbm Michael 66 78 170
Turczyn Eric 78
Turner james 63 167
Uetz Maureen 38 183 187
Ulrich Mitchell 63
Unbenhowar Rhonda 78
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Valentine Davtd 78 79 169
VALENTINE IIM 169
Valentine Nancy 39 183 9
Van Belle Sherry 63
VAN BORN AUTOMOTIVE
SUPPLY CO 205
VAN BORN PHARMACY
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VanDooren Denise 39
VanHulle Christopher 78
VanOrden janet 78 125
Vargo Thomas 63
VARSITY CLUB 123
Vecchloni Thomas 63
VECCHIONI STEVE 3
Vella, joseph 63, 121, 165,
Villar, Alex 78
villar, Mike 9, 39. 119, 122,
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Villegas Daniel 63
VOCATIONAL PRINTING 40
VOGEL MIKE 8l 84 145
VOLLEYBALL j.V. 189
VOLLEYBALL VARSITY 187
Volos Ann Marie 64
Voydanoff Dave 9 39
Voyles john 64 123 179
Wagner Scott 64 179 56
Walczak Sharon 11 39
Walden Patty 39 133
Wales Debra 39 45 140
Wallace Marian 39
Walters jody 64
Walters Michelle 64 187
Walters Rhonda 78
Warmack Terry 78
Warner Rtchard 78
Warren Linda 64
Waterman Tamara 64
Watkins Paul 79
Watkins William 79
Watson Kathleen 39 110
Weatherholt Terry 64
WEATHERHOLT TOM 144
Weaver Deborah 64 186
Webb Karen 39 187 186
Webb Kerry 79
Webb Scott 39 128
Wedlick Kathy 39 141
Wegge Connie 64
We rowski Valerie 64
Welfare Kimberly 64
Wellfare Michelle 39
Wells Eddie 79
Wethlngton Cheryl 79
Whitby Sherri 79
Donna 79 110
Paul 39 124 125
Widmayer Steven 64
Wtdmayer Wendy 66 79
Wilcox Marcy 79 127 180
Wilder Paul 64
Wilder Phlllrp 79
Wilk Steven 64 123 178
Wllke julie 39
Wrlke Westly 69 79
Danny 39 130
Karen 52 64 187
on Linda 42 121
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Wrllms Darrel 13 42
Wilson Brian 64
Wilson Gerald 79
Wilson No lla 79
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Wrne a Abrgarl 64
Wlnnle Matthew 79
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Wolffradt Shirley 7 41
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Wooten Roger 64
Wright Mary 64
Wrnght Tracy 79 113
Wrobel Trmothy 42
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Wyatt Kelly 43
Wyatt Robrn 64 122
Yamme Demse 79
York Bernard 43
York E1leen11 43 139
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Zadlglan Mark 43
Zadrglan Maureen 32 64
Zahra David 79
Zam Abraham 64
Zam Patrlcla 79
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Za arran Nrck 43
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. Marty Sviland Mrs. Shirley Baumgartner
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outstanding Executive Board direction which
guided the organization in many school and
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Frances Casteel Michele McLachlan Diane Patterson
Cathy Chircop Patty McShane Lionel Plata
Rhna Curl Marty Miller Lllcy Plata
Joy Davis Candy Neely Yvonne Ramirez
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WISHES T0 CONGRATULATE
THE SENIOR CLASS
Pres.: Kevin Sullivan Sec.: Terri Kurpieski
V.Pres.: Nancy Katuzin Parlimentarian: Dave Brun ll
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MARIE Cu. SCOTT
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214fEND dr THEME A
Faces of old and faces of new,
People we know and people we knew.
Growing together then drifting apart,
Always an ending and now a new start.
At graduation we all grow nearer
And all of our friends seem so much dearer.
A And as we say our final goodbye,
One last embrace and one more cry,
A 'keep in touch' and a 'promise I wilI',
i A 'remember when' but, better still,
A place in my heart, you'Il always stay,
X This is what is said when we go our own way.
- Diane Tue
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Senior arents ongratu ate ass o ! ,-.
Congragulations Big Mr. and hairs. Balbicz Thi: fgmily 'of the first state champ The Tae ghillipsifamzly I:
Mr. an Mrs. Davi Bacon an Fami in m3rS 'S e iCCOi ami
The Ball Family Y The Hinzman Family The Pillion Family? I
The Ron Barnes Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hitsman To congratulate our lovely sweet daughter I-
jghn and Bunny Barr The T.l. jackson Family Lucyu in her high school graduation. I
Mr. and Mrs. Beavers Rev. and Mrs. C. L. lohnston Wis ing the best in the pursuit of her I
The Berro Family , Mr. and Mrs. Robert lohnston and Family goals and dreams for the near future. I
Louis B. Belzer The jolly Family With love-her parents, Gonzalo and -I
Best Wishes The BirCh Family The Karoub Family Victoria M. Plata . I
Congratu lations The Brandes Family Good Luck Stella Katuzin and Family, ln Good Luck The Plecha Family I
The Briolat Famil Memory of Alex Katuzin Congratulations Linda Pongracz Love I
Mr. and Mrs. Huhert Burton Congratulations lanice and the Class of '78 Mom and Dad I-
Mr. and Mrs. L. Busz The Kerchen Family The Price Family I'
Congratulations Bruce and Brian, Mom Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Kitt Congratulations Lynn from Mom and the I
and Dad Mr. and Mrs. Ray Butler Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kolehmainen ki s I
Conggatulations Blig lied. We love yotg Coxnlgratulatjolgtsdand Good Luck Michelle ME. anld Mrs. Gilbert lesus Ramirez and I-,
Da , Mom, E , T eresa, Kevin an Om an 8 ami ' 1
Grandma Mr. and Mrs. Donald Korejwo and Family Mr. and Mrs. Francis I. Reilly -If
The Cadieu Family Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kostyshak and Family Mr. and Mrs. Edward Riope le I
The Cadry Family The Krych Family Mr. and Mrs. William Rippe and Family I
loan Carbonneau and Family Congratu ations to lanice and the Class of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh-L. Rogers I-'
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ca el and Family '78 from the Kerchan Family Mr. and Mrs. Ric ardkoberts I Q
Mr. and Mrs. F. Earl Calaiwell The Kurpieski Family The lohn Roberts Family I
Mr. and Mrs. Casteel The Kutz Family Best Wishes Mr. and Mrs. Alex Robertson I
Mrsi Castle Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lagerstrom Congratulations Lori Roddy. Good Luck. .I
Good Luek The Chavig Family The David Lee Family and Best Wishes in your future. Love I'
Congrafulationg Sue Mr, and Mrs, Corlett Mr. and Mrs. DAVE Lewis and Family NLOFTT and Dad I
The Cos ro Family Dorothy Lightle and Family Congratulations to janet Roman and the I
Best Wishes The Cosgrove's Mr. and Mrs. john MacMaster Class of '78 from Mr. and Mrs. Stanley I
Cgngratulations Kim Mr, and Mrs, Cggtan- Mr. and MIS. Glen R. Malmsten and Family 5pEll'l4S .
fini Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marijanovich Good Luck The Leo Rosol Family .-
Frank and Trudy Cestelle Mrs. Rosetta Marshbanks Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rye I
Congratulatignglfandy from Mom, Dad, mr. md Mgs. ifleier Martin Ciznggatulatlfgni Love Mom, Dad, Karen, .ly
Steven an Bi e arx ami ar ara an ane '
Mr, and Mrs, William Croreau and Francis CongratulationsyTerr , you made the big Mary Ann Sabin and Family I
RQCQQ Crudg '18', nowcyou madle the big "l2'. Love Mr. and Mrs. R. Salata I.
Congrattylations and Crioodiuck in the fu- fviom, Diac, Michael, Kim, Colleen, Ar- mr. ang Mrs. Giopurnl Sawyer and Family I
ture R na Mom an Da een an raig. arie cott an ami I
The Donald Danek Family Congratulations from the proud family of Mom Sharp, Larry andlNancy I
MR. and Mrs. Don Darbin and Family the 1978 'Pride King'. Love Mom, Dad, Mr. and Mrs. Ro ert Sippel -I
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Delicato and Family Greg, Bruce, Brent, Dave, Denise, Tom Congratulations from Mr. and Mrs. Snyder I
Good Luck Class of '78 The DeMarco Fam- and Lisa Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sprietzer I
ily Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mc:Elhone The Stahl Family I
Mr. ang Mrs. Roy Derlminer and Family Ccwlgkatulations Tim Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ccgngiitlgations Tim Mr. and Mrs. Murray I-
Mr. an Mrs. Diste rat C Wen I- 11 FEW
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dolinski Gerald and Arlene McGinnis Good Luck Martha Love Mom and Dad .I
Ted Donovan Mom, Dad, Randy and Larry McMillan Mrs. llene St. Lawrence and Family I
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dryden .Good Luck Neal Mom and Dad Mr. and Mrs. Casimirl. Suchyta lr. 'I
The Ducnlg Fan-,ily I The Tony Mendolia Family Congratulations Kevin Mr. and Mrs. Rich- I
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Elandt and Family The Mercier Family ar Sullivan and Family . I 1
Qengiyatulsyrions Marie Mri and Mrs, Pas- Congirzggations Peggy from Mom, Dad mr. ZndhMys. lcyiychael Suriano -I
ua e Fa conetti an i s K e u er an ami y
Gggd Luck The Feneeh Famil Mr. and Mrs. l. Micheletti The Tamborino Family .I
Congratulations Rick Mrs, anJMr, joseph Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller and Family The Tessmar Family I
Fite and Terri The Gary Miller Family Best of Luck Donna Love Mom and Dad I
M,-, and Mrs, Richard Fgght Congratulations and Good Luck Dave The Thostenson Family I
Congratulations Dave Love Mom and Dad Mom and Dad The Tousignant Family I
Congratulations Love Mom and Bob ' The M00dY Family MVS- Tficoff and 'Zami Y I-
Mr. and M,-5. Theg Gaughag The Moore Family Congratulations Maureen Mom and Dad I
Best Vfisheg Mr, and Mrsi Zang Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. james Morris Mr. and Mrs. Hilaire VanDooren I
The Gillim Family Mr. and Mrs. Morrison The Villar Family T ll
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Glowski Congratulations leannie for a job well MY- and MFS- REEF' V0Yd3n0ff and Famlll' I
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Goike done from Mom, Tom and family The. Walden Fam' Y I I
From the Goodreau Family Mr. and Mrs. Keith McLachlan and Family ChflS WPHSOH and FamllY I I
Mr. and Mrs. loseph Gattyan The Murnane Family Dad, MON, Glenn and Dave Wedl'Ck I i
Best Wishes The Grannan Family Mr. and Mrs. W. Myers and Family Cqngralulations lim fOr doing Such H good I.
The Norman Green Family Best of Luck and Love Always Doll from I0 l I
Congratulations Bernie Love Grandma and Mom and Dad Mom. Pad and, Famlll' I
Grandpa. Congratulations Candy and Cathy The The Wllke Family y v I
Mr. and Mrs. lim Guyot Neely Family Mr. and Mrs. I0 n-Williamson '-
Congratulltatigni Rlenee, proud of you. The Norris Fzgmilyi lSeayJ The woliireydt Fpmlly I 1
Love T e a n ami e Norton ami e ya ami y I
The Hambel Family Y Mr. and Mrs. Fred, Pagac Mike Zadlgiafl y I W
Good Luck all you graduating Cougars! Ms. Carol Papp and Family MF. and MFSA Zakaflan . I- l
The L. Harris Family The Don Papp Family The Bruno Zannese Family I l
Congratulations Timmy Too The Harris Mr. and Mrs. loe Paternoster MTA and MVS- l0l'1n ZUZIHK I l
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