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First row: Lynda Walter: Pep Club 35 FTA 35 FNC 35 GAA 35 Class
Play 3. Todd Waresvka. Elizabeth Watchko: Pep Club l5 Orchestra
l, 2, 35 FNC 25 FTA 2, 35 Student Council 2, 35 Class Play 2, 3, Second
row: Martha Weaver: Pep Club l, 25 FTA 2, 3. Cynthia Webber.
Betty Weeder. FTA 3. Carol WeighiIl5 Hall Monitor ly Operetta l, 25
Chorus l, 2, 35 FTA 2, 35 Glee Club 3.
Third row: larry Weiss: Band l, 2, 35 Library 3. Cheryl Welsh: Sadie
Hawkins5 FTA 2, 3. Virginia Werstine: Chorus 25 Operetta 25 Hall
Monitor 3. Ken White. Fourth row: Carolann Wick. Byron Wild:
Co-op 3. Mary Ellen Wilkinson: FTA 35 Class Play 3. Joanne Willet.
Fifth row: Nancy Williams: Pep Club lg Student Council l5 Band l,
2, 35 GAA 2. Richard Williams: Library 2. Barbara Willnus: Class
Play 25 FTA 2, 35 Whisper-Echo 2, 35 Quill and Scroll5 Pep Club 3.
Dick Wilson: Sadie Hawkins5 Prom 25 Library 25 FTA 2, 3. JoAnn
Winiarski: Orchestra 3. Dick Wirth: Swimming 35 Varsity Club 3.
Sherry Wurtxbacher: Pep Club lg Chorus l, 2, 3.
Seventh row: Madeline Wolf. Terry Yankers. Beulah Yeager: Pep
Club lp FNC lp Operetta l, 25 Chorus l, 2, 3. AI Yelinek. Eighth row:
Alberta Yock. Robert Young. Sharon Zimmerman. Marc Zucker-
man: FTA 35 Swimming 35 Varsity Club 3.
Graduation week capped all previous high school
experiences. At that wonderful moment when we
received our diplomas and congratulations, we could
remember aching muscles that resulted from all the
hours of marching practice.
Judy Oncza and Jim Carmichael, a familiar
and active pair around school, compare
final records on the last day and look for-
ward to a busy summer and a busier college
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Now it's our turn for caps, gowns, diplomas
Graduation-a crazy mixed-up time! For all of us it
was the most exciting but the saddest, night of our lives!
First row: Jeanne Thorpe: Pep Club l, Silver Swans 2. Ronald Tiihonen:
Co-op 3. Sharon Timmer. John Tripack. Paul Toupin. Football 2, Baseball
2, 3. .John Tresh: Swimming 2, 3. Al Turner: Glee Club 3, Class Council 3.
Second row: James Unverzagt: Chorus l,Operetta l, Hall Monitor l, Wrest-
ling l, 2, 3, Varsity Club l, 2, 3. Shirly Urban. Ralph Valente. Etta Jean
VanDeusen. Ray Vargo. Peter Ventura. Sandra Viau: Redford Union l,
Reserve Cheerleader 2, Pep Club 2, 3, FTA 3, FNC 3, Hall Monitor 3.
Third row: Kathleen Vots: Operetta l, 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, Silver Swans l, 2, 3
lPres.l, Pep Club 2, Masque and Mike Club 2 lVice-pres.l, Exchange Assembly
2. Richard Waack: Track I, 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, Glee Club 3. Rosemarie
Wade. Jerry Wades. Joan Wadsworth: Pep Club l, GAA l, Chorus l. Eric
Wagenschwanz: Track l, Orchestra 2, 3. Brenda Walsh: Pep Club l,
Chorus l, Hall Monitor l, Co-op 3.
Missing: Roger Blockmar, David Bogden, Richard Bustamenti, Charles
Clear, Gary Garrette, Richard Herman, Fred Karpovich, Rae Miller,
Daniel Ries, Robert Seuch, Jerry Sobecki, Robert Wagner, Phyllis Wells,
Robert Young, Barbara Zaleski.
Kathy Memmer repeated on the Homecoming Court,
ioined by Sandy Schafer. They rode in the "Autumn"
parade on a beautiful Harvest Moon coach.
Ring-time also came along in autumn to thrill class
members. They were in a daze for days, iust picking
up hands and inspecting the sparkling circlets which
proved that beyond a doubt their owners were
Prom time, in January, brought "Soiree d'Amour,"
with a heavy French accent. Tables were clustered
under the canopy of a sidewalk cafe, and students in
their best and prettiest clothes danced under the
James Thurber's fantasy "Many Moons" was selected
as their Junior Play, with Mr. Wisniewski directing. It
was truly spectacular.
June gave these students a breather before beginning
their biggest year, but "vacation" was busy for
several. Lesley Anders spent the summer in Germany
on American Field Service's exchange student pro-
gram. Attending Wolverine Boys' and Girls' States
were Karen Frigon, Donna Hockaday, Donna Palonen,
Bill Armour, Jim Carmichael, Fred Bobier, Mike
Bratherton, Lee Deschamps, Ron Mitchell, and Gary
We were thrilled that our Bill Armour and Amy
Richardson were semi-finalists in National Merit Test-
ing, and several more received letters of commenda-
tion for their high scores. Donna Hockaday was
selected as DAR "Good Citizen." Spring brought
news of new iobs, college acceptances, scholarships.
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