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as residential areas grow, so do business sections, to the mutual
satisfaction of those who call Livonia "home."
Page 167 text:
First row: Ken Soho, Dennis Sacka, Joe Salatka, Mike Samonek, Stephen
Savageav, Janice Savalino, Cheryl Scanlon, Mary Schimmel, Francine
Schultz, Judith Schultz, Mike Schultz, Terree Schultz.
Second row: Sharon Schurman, Georgina Scott, Kurt Seifert, David Sell,
Marilyn Sellon, William Seog, Sally Sewruk, Jo Ann Shaffer, Gloria
Shagene, John Sharpe, Susan Sharpe, Bernice Shaw.
Third row: James Shaw, Leon Shelter, Luella Shelman, Gary Shelton,
Gloria Sherman, Donna Shingledecker, Suzanne Shuring, Barbara Sihler,
John Simpson, John Singer, Joann Singleton, Gary Slusser.
Fourth row: Sandy Small, John Smaniotto, Charlene Smith, Dennis Smith,
James Smith, Kathleen Smith, Marcie Smith, Nancy Smith, Robert Smith,
James Smithpeters, Carl Slater, Leila Snell.
Fifth row: Judith Snowden, Donald Snycerski, Gail Spears, Peggy Speltz,
Robert Spicer, Neil Springer, Jerry Lee Springsteen, Richard St.Peter,
Troy Stomper, Margaret Stefan, Robert Stelmaszek, Douglas Stetson.
Sixth row: Michael Stevenson, Cecil Stewart, Joan Stickels, Roberta
Stoecklein, Geraldine St.Onge, Gerald Stone, Nancy Stone, Norman
Stone, James Stout, Gerald Stram, Robert Stupar, Donna Subic.
Seventh row: Robert Suchner, Helen Sullivan, Nicholas Sutlitf, Dave
Sweeney, Larry Swiencki, Sylvia Swindell, Carol Syer, Sandra Tabbert.
Chester Tarczynski, Elizabeth Torrow, Ann Taylor, Barbara Taylor.
Eighth row: Floyd Taylor, Gregory Taylor, Harry Taylor, Herbert Taylor,
Patrick Taylor, Susan Tennenhouse, Carol Terwin, Charles Tesh, Bonita
Thomas, Carol Thomas, Christine Thorden, Carol Thorpe.
Ninth row: Marsha Thompson, Lyndon Todd, Patsy Todd, Ronald Tokar,
Joe Tomelty, Geraldine Tomaszewski, Shirley Toms, Linda Topoleski,
Charles Tornow, Steven Torok, Jean Trombley, Cheryl Trosen.
Tenth row: Karen Trost, Charlotte Truan, Raymond Truesdell, Ada Mae
Tucker, Raymond Tucker, Ken Turklngten, Joan Turner, Maurita Turner,
Theodore Udkoff, Dianne Unger, Gerald Usiondek, Warren Uthan.
Eleventh row: Connie Valenti, Gary Valvet, Jayne VanDenBosch, Marion
VanHusen, Asa VanSickle, Virginia VanSickle, Beverly Varhol, John
Vaughn, Randy Vaughn, Pat Vick, Eugene Vincent, Carl Volk.
Twelfth row: Richard Vots, Richard Waara, Carl Wades, Kurt Wagen-
schwanz, Carol Wagner, Russell Walker, Terry Wall, Carole Wallace,
Melinda Wegner, William Weis, Karen Weiss, Shirley Wendt.
These sophomores enthusiastically participate in a class
First row: Lawrence Werner, Donna Whitton, Thomas Widak, Donald
Wilcox, Joe Wilcox, John Wilkinson, Marvin Wilkinson, James Williams,
Sharon Williams, John Williams, Ellen Willis, Susan Willmott.
Second row: Patricia Wilson, Ronald Waltz, Edward Ward, Tom Washing-
ton, Vivian Watkins, David Watson, Don Watson, Kay Weaver, Joe
Weber, Dot White, Carol White, Ed Wise.
Third row: Bruce Witherspoon, Carol Witt, Donna Witulski, Susie Wocken-
fuss, Terry Wohlmuth, Harry Wolfe, Lawrence Womack, Barb Wood,
Don Wood, Craig Wood, Karen Wudyka, Arthur Wurfel.
Fourth row: Dave Wilkens, Mary Wurtzbacher, Pat Wurtzbacher, Barb
Wyckoff, Bill Wyckoff, Harry Yard, Bob Yeager, Brian Yeatman, Jane
York, Judith Yotkois, Roger Young, Susan Zaleski.
Fifth row: John Zambiasi, Russel lick, Gloria Ziegler, Alan Zielinski,
Emilie Zikmund, Theodore Zimmer, Mary ZOPF, Vif9il'liC Weeks-
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Page 169 text:
NVIABLE, YES-because we feel that the
Livonia community has a spirit of united
friendliness that will seldom be equalled in
the whole world.
Our businesses, our civil government, our
religious life, our recreational life are all
related to Bentley High School, all reflecting
the quality of excellence which is the school's
Production of this yearbook is one of many
"community" proiects. Like all the others, it
is better because of the fine civic spirit that
is Livonia-and Bentley.
This familiar symbol welcomed
shoppers to Wonderland newest
addition to Livonia s growing buss
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