Elk Rapids High School - Yearbook (Elk Rapids, MI)
- Class of 1975
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JERRY HOCKSTAD. He is a Communication Arts teacher and as th
saying goes, nHe has conquered the artsn. He knows that educa
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FRESHWEN CLASS OFFICERS
Tres. Kathi Clark
V.P. Yvonne McLain
Pres. Jeff Peterman
Sec. Kerry Kinery
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Holy Moses, I have been deceived! Sohoo1's just a minor chord.
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Jeff Anderson nan sam Kathy Bawell
I 6 Strong' silent type' If Ford makes a smaller car Beaver
Football 1v2v3f"F Basketball 1-2156 vu buy it. Student caunc11 33 cneemader
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Brad Barnes John Barnes
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi My calculator says... whereas the party?
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tb' me B3 Honor Society 3,43 Class Pres. 33
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Enjoyment isn't everything-
it's the only thing.
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Faith W9 c Mel aieganowski
The queen of Vs. Mechanics' I never let my studies interfere
Pep Club 2g Drama 2 with my emcation.,
Basketball 2,35 A11-Conference 3
Kathy Breece Donna Brown
Only weeds grow tall.
Girl's basketball 3,43 Pep Club 1,23
Forensics 13 Class sec. 23 Tennis 2:
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Richard Burfiend "MY Bum Gal' Ca"""""V
You can't kick me off-I quit! off. .I'm a on:-man wumano Make life easy on
lee Alde Beii rama 24 Band 2'33 take one party at a time!
Spanish club 3 Football 1,2,3: Prom Court lv
Gordon Converse Cheryl Curnqw
To me nothing is sacred.
I can only be.what I am.
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Football 2 sneaks around at night.
Football 1,2,3,4g Wrestling 23
Sadie Hawkins kinq: Prom king
Track 13 Drama 2
Jamie Forster Kelly FOX
Good thinqs come in tall packagese Friends are fun,
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Cheerleader Hg Exchanue student 33 Spanish club 33 Forensics 3
Debate 2,43 Forensics 2,43
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Marty Groleau NBUCY Gross
School just 2in'f'w thins- ouiet or shy, who can tell?
Happiness is Joy!
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it all upset those of us who
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Basketball 1,2,3g Prom Court 4
Kirk Hubbell Toni Kingsley
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a disgrace. Spanish Club 33 Forensics 1,2,3g
tball 1,2,3,4g Office Aide 3 Debate 1g2,3
Can I blow ya a kiss?
Pep club 1,2g Forensics 1g
Yearbook 13 Senior Girl
Stcanoe things are done under the
midnight sun by the men who toil
Hockey 25 Football 2
If I don't say anything maybe
they'11 forget I'm here.
Steve Lobb Tim Mccauley
First half of The Mafia. Second half of The Mafia.
Football 1.23 52505211-5.4 F00tba11 1,2,3g Track 3,hg Debate
Ouietness is its own virtue.
Irene McCave Raymond McCave
For me School is just a hobby! 'The candle burns brightest
burns at both ends.
Baseball 15 Football 13 Wrestling
we.-,di McLachlan Raymond Merchant cindy Merillat
She has a manner all her own. The meek shall inherit the earth. There is 8 tavern in the town,
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Prom Court 1+
Lisa Montroy Joni Morrison Cal Nagy
s not what you do that counts... A live wife Seldom stepped on' wen, pve created 3 gogd image,
it's what You get away with. 32:2 gags' 1loMaj0"ette 2'3'l'3 Exchange student 3: Student Council 2,45
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Basketball 1,233 Football 'l,2,lf
Prom Court leg Senior boy
'ep' 2 wrestlim 3 Forensics 'Ig Class VP 35 Basketball 3,43
Dale Oaks Richard Paulus Dan Peterson
Take Hood care of "es" There will never be another men.. Sane, sensible, and serious
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Dawn Powell Robin Redman Shawn Redman
Life is short and s"'eet"'so an I' well, we've confused the world this far...
Track 43 Basketball 4
Pep Club 1,23 Drama 2 Pep Club 2g Drama 2
Jeannette Roush Vafgafef SWWYS h Laurie Sanford
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Phillip Sgriccia RSX Smith Brian setter
You mean I 'as in f'ainin97. u I thought there was film in that Did nvthins in particular and did
Council Pres. '03 H0Ck0Y 2,38 camera, it very well.
Society me Baseball 1:
Debate 1,2,3g F0fBllSiCS za sand 1g Cross Cvvnfry 1,2,3s Track 1
battheu Thomas UOHHB V990 Jan Veliquette
Always ser1ous...we11, almost always! I donut know what I,m doing, youcre missing a good game,
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Basketball 13 PromfCourt 4 Yearbook 1: PGP Band 1o2v3o45 A11 Conference 5,4
Pep Club 1,2,4g Forensics 1,23
Debate 1,2,3g Office Aide 3,43
Barb Way Tim weaver
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Pep Band 2,3,4g Forensics 3 Basketball 1,2
nan williams Chris wilson
nt frvm an "Elk" to an "alkie" ,
1 dfnk He'l1 make two blades of "grass" grow Well-I've wt ln mY time
n one 1 ' where one grew before.
Society 3,43 Class Pres.aJ3
ate 23 Student Council 1,2
ball 'l,Z,3,kg Basketball 1,2g
gk 1,3 Missing: Joe Clement, Margaret Francis, Roger Grose, Curt Hagadone,
Dick Jacobi, Cathy Powell, Laura Waterson,
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Treasurer Dan Peterson
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I, Traci Burbank, will to Beth Anderson next year's yearbook staff in hopes that she can get it together better
than I did, and the ability to flirt so she can have as much fun in her senior year as I did.
I, Jamie Forster, will to Jon Anderson two all beef patties, special suace, lettuce, cheese, pickles onions on
a sesame seed bun.
I, Matt Thomas, will to Dennis and James Ashley an 8x10 glossy of my brother Dave.
I, Kirk Hubbell, will to John Banwell my ability to play war without actually hurting someone.
I, Kathy Banwell will to my brother John, Lovely Lorraine to bring your darn wrestling equipment to school
I, Chas Hubbell, will to Tim Boals the ability to get a little drunk and not play the Phantom Kisser.
I, Rich Burfiend, will to Tim Boals the title Best Cross Country Skier mainly because he will be the only one
after I leave.
I, Dan williams, will to Tim Boals my guardian angel Murphy to repel any good looking girls who would other-
wise seduce him and lead him away from the happy world of athletics.
I, Phil Sgriccia, will to Tim Shamus Boals my ungodly luck at poker and blackjack.
I, Joni Morrison, will to Steve Cliki Bird? Bratschi the ability to keep his carbons lined up in the machine.
I, Cheryl Curnow, will to Jill Breece, Kathy Lobb, and Laurie Whiteford a hotline to all juicy gossip and un-
tiring mouths to spread it.
I, Kathy Breece, will to my sister Jill an unscratchable copy of Rock B Roll Hootchie Koo so that someday she'll
be able to say it right.
I, Patty Bussa, will to my sister Marie Calias Mickey Mousel the ability to talk without squeaking.
I, Mark Barnes, will to Marie Teresa Bussa inner peace.
I, Irene McCave, will to Colleen Clark all the guys in the world Cexcept Frank? so she can find the right one.
I, Joy Hoopfer, will to Mark Bauer HGreat Newsn across the nation.
Watt Thomas, will to Dan Freak Coats a redneck haircut like mine.
Dave Fielstra, will to Dan Coats the ability to walk around other peoples' cars no matter what condition
you're in and not smash them up.
Jenny Hubbell, will to Connie Converse H. Herman, my favorite buddy.
Matt Thomas, will to Connie Jo Converse a fish, a straw, and a sponge.
I, Donna Veen, do hereby will to Miss Marie Bussa, the right and privilege to beat up anyone who makes fun of
her nose during her senior year.
I, Joni Morrison, will to Connie Converse my Beatrice Bunswald Baby body to help her through her last year at
Elk Rapids High School.
Barb way, will to Ron Dahl a good swift kick in the behind.
Jan Veliquette, will to Bob Davis my size so he can play fullback on next year's football team.
I, Robin Bradfield, will to Karen Killon the patience to live through one more year.
Nbrk Barnes, will to Margaret Downey a pillow with the words Hnaughty, naughty, naughtyn on it.
Phil Sgriccia, will to Chrissy Galligan the name Chrissy and my dictatorship in broadcast class.
I, Jeanette Roush, will to Holly Gotts a sore back and a pink cheek.
Gordie Converse, will to Holly Gotts my good looks and great personality.
Laurie Sanford, will to Mark Greiner a freshman-Carolyn Pemberton.
I, Kathy Banwell, will to Lorraine Kay Hatch, Motor Mouth John because I don't want him anymore.
Laurie Sanford, will to Sue Hefron my old Chevelle car.
Dan Peterson, will to Eric Hendrickson all the nude photographs in my photography magazines
I, Mark Barnes, will to Eric Hendrickson, 2 dozen giant economy size weebles.
I, Howard Hockstad, will to my brother, Michael, a pair of barettes, donated by Traci Burbank to keep the
hair out of his eyes.
I, Richard Paulus, will to Mike Hockstad, a can of Arrid Extra Dry to stay calm, cool, and collected on
the golf course.
I, Rich Burfiend, will to Jeff Holbrook, an artic parka to keep him warm as he stands guard over his locker.
I, Richard Paulus, will to Mike Hockstad, my ability to play professional golf.
I, Cheryl Curnow, will to Bonnie Julin, and Patti Norton, an alarm for Muggers in the bathroom.
Rich Burfiend, will to Carl Lake, a loaf of bread, a pound of peanut butter, a couple jars of jelly,
and various desserts for his lunch each day next year.
Jane Abfalter, will to Darlyn Lane: whatever will bring a smile to youg whatever is most worthwhile
to you, that's what you're wished with love.
walt Woods, will to Nancy Loper, my brother Steve and all his problems.
Barb Way, will to Nancy Loper Hades, a place where she'll have a good time.
Toni Kingsley, will to Arlen Hollenbeck all my bills.
Donna Brown will to Tammie McLain the ability to stay out of ditches on Friday nights.
Tim McCauley, the great one, will to Beaver, a gold toothpick to pick the resins out of his braces.
Steve Lobb, will to my small friend Beaver my tremendous pizza eating ability.
Dave Fielstra, will to Patti Norton my love and lots of happiness in her senior year.
Cheryl Curnow, will to Gary Pierce a car with uncrunchable fenders.
Kandra Glinski, will to Sandy Powell my white paper and striped roller.
Joy Hoopfer, will to Sandy Powell a one way ticket to Colorado.
Lisa Montroy, will to Steve Shockley the ability to get a girl home on time without getting stuck.
Donna Veen, will to Steve Shockley a crochet hook and a book entitled VHow to Make an Afghan in
Your Spare Timen so that the next time that he wants one he can do it himself.
Rich Burfiend, will to Betsie Shumsky, leather gloves and a wooden club so that the next time she
gets in a fight with Donna Brown she won't get her hands bitten.
Patty Bussa, will to Ron Sobbry a sense of balance so he won't fall off any more tractors.
Kandra Glinski, will to Jerry Steuer the ability to drag behind a car without pulling your back out.
Jenny Hubbell, will to Debbie Stites my brother Kirk and no returns.
Kirk Hubbell, will to Debbie Stites the ability to drive a car o her house in one piece.
Irene McCave, will to Alfonso Vasquez my ability to keep fit so you don't hurt yourself and you can
1 in your senior year.
Howard Hockstad will to Alfonso Vasquez a box of cornstarch.
Chas Hubbell, will to Alfonso Vasquez my great personality to go along with our dainty noses.
Irene McCave will to Mary Vasquez my ability to sit in Algebra N days out of 5 without doing anything
and still get a B average.
Rick Banwell, will to Neva Veliquette lots of happiness and good times in her senior year.
Lisa Montroy will to Laurie Whiteford a jar of cold cream to get rid of her freckles by the of '76.
I, Kathy Banwell, will to Jenny williams my old basketball shoes and record. Good luck-you're going
to need it.
I, Cindy Merillat, will to Jenny Williams all the Holiday Hills men she can handlefmaybe 1?l
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Front - Varsity Squad: H. Hockstad, B. Julin, T. Burbank, J. Forster
Standing - J. Varsity Squad: P. Greiner, Mr. Hockstad, M. Glowicki
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L. to R - A. Greer, H. Hockstad, B. Julin, Wt. Hockstad, C. Converse, J. Forster
Communication is an art. And the art of Forensics was conquered this year by Howard Hockstad. For the 1st time
n E.R. History, Howard placed 1st at State Finals in the area of Radio News. Sophmore Anne Greer placed 6th in
erious Interpetive Reading.
At the Regional level, held at C.M.U., Howard placed 1st, Anne 3rd, and Jamie Forster placed Sth with an
riginal Oratory on the Equal Rights Amendment.
In Districts held at Petoskey Community College both H oward and Anne placed first, while Jamie placed
econd. Final-round Competition included Bonnie Julin in serious interp. and Connie Converse, a semi-finalist
n humorous reading.
An open tournament was held at Petoskey in which Anne and Jamie placed first, while both Howard and Bonnie
All in all it was a great season and certainly the most exciting. Much of the team's success was attributed
our student teacher, Steve Gussler, under the direction of Mr. Hockstad.
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T. Burbank, D. Peterson SECOND RUN: R. Rust, D. williams, E. MacLeod, M, Barnes, J. Andersen
STANDING: S. Masley, Mrs. McGuire, M. Sgriccia, C. Stephan, A. Vasquez, R. MacLeod, J. Peterman
SITTING: N. Veliquette, P. Sgriccia, D. Marker, T. Burbank
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Betsie Shumsky, Becky Cole, Connie Shumsky, Nancy Loper, Kathy Leposky
Members of our Elk Rapids High School Band be proud!
Hold your heads high as you have shown us your fine musical
abilitiesa we are proud of your efforts and these
Football Half Times - the precision drill was terrific!
Keep it up.
Band and Orchestra Festival - fantastic performancee
Our 1st medal rating - a second rating.
Solo - Ensemble Festival - trumpeter, Jon Rustg clar-
inet duet, Mary Hopfinger and Gayle Oaksg flutist, Joanne
Orrg drummer, Carrey Clark.
Exchange Concert with Onekama - both hands performed well
Year-Round Concerts - small attendance, but continually
Honor Band - Jon Rust
All-Star Band - Mary Hopfinger, Gayle Oaks, Jenny Orr,
Jon Rust, David Moody, Jeff Peterman, Anne Greer, and
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THEY DID OUITE A JOB! L WHICH TRANSLATES INTO...
HEY ALL YOU ELKS FANS, STAND UP AND CLAP YOUR HANDS! I AND THANKS TO THE SCHOOL
SPIRIT, THEY DID!!!
ALL CGNFERENCE BASEBALL
Al Vasquez - Pitcher
Al was elected unanimously to the All-Conference
team for the second year in-a row. He then went
on to be voted All-District, All-Regional, and
last but not least, All-State! Better luck next
Jeff Anderson recieved an Honorable ention for outfield.
Mark Greiner - 1st Base
Mark's most outstanding performance was
in Mesick when he slammed two hbme runs
and a double. He was voted All-Confer-
ence and All-District.
Mark was alwo voted Znd team All-Confe-
renee in Basketball
Bob Davis was All-District as a catcher
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Motion Pictures, Inc. presents for the first time ever a narration of the President's tour. written and
filmed exclusively for the class of 1975.
The year is 2000. The world all lives in free unity now thanks to our U.S. President Cal Nagy. Other
great contributors were Congressmen, Dan williams, Steve Lobb, Don Fedrigon, and Richard Paulus. we would
also like to extend our sincere thanks to Vice-President Brad Barnes.
Now that the world is taken care of, our president and vice-president are planning a trip to reminisce
about old times.
President Nagy and Vice-President Barnes will be leaving San Francisco by plane and their pilot will be
John Barnes and co-pilot, Chuck Scott.
The first stop on the agenda is in Colorado where they see Joy Hoopfer and Kandra Glinski, camping in the
mountains. Leaving Colorado president Nagy and his VP decide to rent a car and travel by land now. They
note their old buddy Jeff Anderson is president of Rent-A-Car business and his vice-president is Tim Weaver.
Now it's time for a little entertainment. Stopping at a large night club they were pleasantly surprised
to see on stage, the one and only Redman Twins. fRobin and Shawn?
The next stop is Florida where they see Joni Morrison and Jeanette Roush basking in the sun.
Money is getting a little tight now. A bank will be the next stop. Cindy Merillat is in ehatge of all
the banks throughout the nation now. Cindy tells President Nagy to travel on about 20 miles to Miami Beach
where they meet Kathy Breece who is a veterinarian. Kathy has taught her dog to eat when a bell rings. She
is now being prosecuted because the last time the bell rang the dog ate the Avon lady.
It's time to head north to Home Sweet Home. I am sure you will be amazed at the friends there. As they
cross the border into Michigan, the car breaks down. The nearest house happens to be the home of Patty Bussa
tPatty Sutter nowl. Cal calls the operator and is surprised when he finds out she is Barb way. She tells him
the nearest place to get his car fixed. Laura Waterson and Faith Berg are mechanics there.
well here they are in Detroit City. Jan Veliquette and Chuck Hubble are playing football for the Detroit
Lions. They are doing quite well.
Wendi McLachlan and Jane Abfalter are in the Commercial Art Business in Detroit. If you ever want to
talk to them you'll have to catch them between concerts. They're designing album covers.
Brian Sutter owns the hottest taxi cab service in town. Marty Groleau, Tim McCauley, and Don Bakke are
his cab drivers. Before Brad and Cal leave Detroit, they want to attend a big wrestling match. The match
is between Rick Banwell and Ray McCave. The match is extremely close. The refs,CMark Barnes and Rex Smith?
can't decide who's to be the winner. It's going to be a tough match.
Traveling further north Cal and Bngd pass Dan Peterson and Brenda Allen. They're on their honeymoon.
Also they pass Lisa Montroy who's on her way to Colorado to see Joy and Kandra.
We come to Mt. Pleasant where Central Mich. University is located. Dal and Brad are scheduled to give
a lecture. Just looking at the crowd they see Nancy Gross. They knew she was there because they recognized
her car outside. They also see Colleen Dean and Kathy Powell who are studying to be secretaries. Jim Amann
is the university's artist. Before leaving Mt. Pleasant Cal and Brad stop for a bite to eat at the Big Boy,
where Dale Daks is chef.
Back on the road. It won't be long till they reach Elk Rapids. But first a stop at Schuss Mtn. where
the skiers Dave Fielstra and Dick Jacobi are practicing for the Olympics.
well, here we are in Elk Rapids. Many of their friends still remain in this area. There goes Gale
Carmoney whipping through town. He doesn't want to be late for the party.
Jenny Hubble and Kathy Banwell are in the process of taking over the Elk River Inn. Big plans are
Matt Thomas now owns his father's bicycle shop. Matt has invented a new bicycle called Matt's Peddler.
The results of this great invention leaves Matt to be the leading bicycle manufacturer in the world. Also
just for trivia Matt's Peddler leads the bicycle sales of the world.
Now out to the TC 250 race track where Kirk Hubble and Gordie Converse are practicing. But we'l1
believe it when we see it.
taurie Sanford is Branch Manager of Elk Rapids State Bank. Jamis Forster has taken over her father's
position as District Judge. we hear she's a tuffy. Robin Bradfield is a realtor at Shamrock Realty.
Howard Hockstad is downtown debating with himself whether he should go golfing or not.
Cal and Brad decide to go to the show. Phil Sgriccia owns it now and his projectionist is Chris
wilson. The show they are about to see is staring Traci Burbank and co-starring Robert Redford, Jr.,
gag giggg ggigsg ig ggiggpdsome as his father was. Cal and Brad talk to Phil to fing out what the rest of
He tells them, Cheryl Curnow, well no one has seen her for a long time, but the last anyone heard she is married
Toni Kinsley owns her own horse ranch and Richard Burfiend, better known as Tex, is caretaker. Ray Merchant
owns one of the largest farms in the area.
walter woods is a forest ranger. Kelly Fox is a seamstress and has made quite a name for herself. Last
anyone heard from Donna Veen, she owns the Traverse City Drive-In and Dawn Powell and Jacki Mace work for her.
No one is able to locate Lee Legraff as he is traveling with his van somewhere in this big world.
Roger Gross is on his way to the Olympics. He's going to set a few world records.
we must shorten our trip as duty calls us back to Washington, D.C. We were not able to personally visit
with all our former classmates. However we did find out that Margaret Francis is back down state. She says
the city life is quite nice. Curtis Hagadon had an engagement out of town. Irene McCave went to see Ray
wrestle and Chuck Wilson and Joe Clementare out adventuring in the world somewherea Mel Bieganowski is
playing basketball for the Elk Rapids Pros. Chris Lake now owns half of Alaska and is conducting tours by
dog sled to the Norht Pole. We hear Ted Berg has accepted a position as a mechanic at the Indianapoles 500.
Donna Brown has the lead role with the Rockets currently playing at Radio City.
So it ends our trip now. A very worthwhile trip and something to remember in days to come. We will
always remember the class of 1975 and cherish all the good times we've had at Elk Rapids Senior High.
May I say it was an experience for me as well as my fellow classmates of which we will never forget. we
will always remain the Spirit of '75.
Class Flower - Rose THE CLASS OF 1975
Class Motto - There are two ways of spreading light: to be the
flame, or the mirror that reflects it . . .
Class colors - Burgandy 8 White
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Dan Peterson - Valedictorian
Dan has taken most of the pictures
you see in this yearbook. we'd
like to thank him for a great job!
Art - Dawn Powell
Communication Arts - Howard Hockstad
Foreign Language - Traci Burbank and Jamie Forster
Home Economics - Patty Bussa
Industrial Arts - Jan Veliquette
Math B Science - Dan Peterson
Social Studies - Richard Burfiend
Vocational - Rex Smith
Best Actress - Jane Abfalter
Betty Crocker Homemaker Award Cfinished top 25 in state? - Robin Bradfield
D.A.R. Award - Cindy Merillat
Alonzo Stagg Award - Brad Barnes and Howard Hockstad
Homecoming Oueen - Jamie Forster
Prom Oueen - Joni Morrison
Prom King - Dave Fielstra
Presidential Classroom - Phil Sgriccia
Senior Girl and Boy - Jenny Hubbell, Cal Nagy
Janice Lobb Memorial - Phil Sgriccia
National Merit Scholarship Commendation - Brad Barnes
Northern Michigan Nursing Scholarship - Nancy Gross
Cum Laude 3.0 - 3.25
Richard Paulus, Robin Bradfield, Kathy Breece, Jamie Forster, Dawn Powell, Rex Smith, Toni Kingsley
Cum Laude 3.26 - 3.49
Cal Nagy, Cindy Merillat, Cheryl Curnow, Brad Barnes, Phil Sgriccia, Dan williams
Magna Cum Laude 3.5 - 4.0
Nancy Gross, Mark Barnes, Matt Thomas, Traci Burbank, Howard Hockstad, Dan Peterson
I think that might work.
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Nrs. Johnson I reall! am listening. ws. Amos I try to smile, but the things some people do!
I'm just a cute little rabbit
Mr. Graham People d1dn't realize rabbits could jump so high
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Candy is good for ... huh ... huh ... energy!
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Take your showers girls!
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I try to remember 'chey're only kids!
Serious? Hardly ever!
Nr. Gustler "Nh Muscle"
Nr. Veldman He would have gotten a better grade, if only
he hadn't mixed up the brake and the accelerator!
Yr. Pope "How do I love thee ue?"
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Secretary, Judy Hoopfer
Attendance Clerk, Kay McCormick
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E. Holbrook, D. Rust, M. Rust, J. Morden
BEHIND THE WALLS
Bob Boals Art Fleet
Elk Rapids Office
Lu Ann Languish
Gary L. Ratliff
Julius Sleder Ford
GRAND TRAVERSE AUTO
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RQMQEENS WEAR N I ' HOURS: 9 A.M. - 5 P.M.
YE OTJUIC COFFEE SHGPIDEI
Downtown Elk Rapids
A great place for breakfast, lunch,
and even dinner!
DON'S SUPER MARKET
ED AND SON
"The store with the heart-
in the heart of the village."
Meats are our specialty.
RITEWAY PARTY STORE
Bill and Sue Kennedy
GRAND TRAVERSE ELECTRIC CO.
539 West Front Street
Traverse City Michigan
"BOB" COLE TIRE CO.
151 RIVER STREET
ELK RAPIDS MICH 49629
Diamonds - Jewelry
Watches - Jewelry Repair
531 west Front Street
Traverse City, Mich.
516 EAST FRONT STREET' TRAVE SE CITY ICHIGAN '49684
Carry Outs Q Catering
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Cosmetics - Russell Stover Candy
The Graduating Class
Red, Ginny, Jon, Jeff, and Mike
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THE CRADLE TO TEEN SHOP
Northwestern Michigans Largest, lfiost
Complete Childrens Store
108 East Front Street
Downtown Traverse City
Open 9:39 to 5:30 Daily
9:00 p.m. Friday Nights
Class of 75
LAKELAND MOTORS, INC. Peggy and Andy
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YUBA TRADING POST
2625 U.S. 31 South
TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN
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152 River St.
Elk Rapids, Michigan 49629 'U""""f"'GS""'
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Where ibur Farm Comes First
FARM BUREAU SERVICES. INC
144 Hall Street, Traverse City
This areas only
I Compliments of
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302 West Front Street
Traverse City, Michigan
THE DRAPICRY DEN
127 East Front Street
Traverse City, Michigan
Congratulations to the
Class of '75
JOHN A. TSCHUDY D.D.S
n0ur Experience Demands
The Best Of Brandsn
If2'+ west Front St.
Elk Rapids, Michigan
Traverse City, Michigan
IF No ANSWER 258-9287
EVERY DEAL CLEAN AS A WHISTLE
PINE GROVE HOMES. INC.
VERN OAKS M-72 WEST
GEN, MGR. KALKASKA, MICH
WANIGAN CORP. -Happy People
HELPING TO BUILD ELK RAPIDS
10565 US-31 South
Elk Rapids, Michigan
WALTERS FINE FOOTWEAR
115 East Front Street
Traverse City, Michigan
Traverse City, Michigan
Kievit K Stephan, P.C.
Thomas L. George, CPA
Robert G. Wonacott, M.D.
James O. Lawrence, M.D.
Mike Qousley Insurance
Donald F. Sheller D.D.S.
Richard J. Abbott, O.D.
Loyal Cobb Machine Sales
men, women and children
CARO'S FAMILY FASHIONS
Congratulations to the Class of
Live Bait and Tanning
11060 US-31 South
Elk Rapids Mich. 49629
ELK RAPIDS LUMBER
Your Eager Beaver
ONE HOUR MARTINIZING
The Most in Dry Cleaning
2144A Munson Ave. Giant Plaza
WARES BRO'S OFFICE SUPPLY, INC.
148 East Front Street
Traverse City, Michigan
THE CAM RA SHOP
114 East Front Street
Traverse City, M1Chlgan
EVELYN'S FABRIC SHOP
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PUBLISHERS Tel f616l 946 956
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WHEEL ALIGNMENT . WRECKER SERVICE
ELK RAPIDS NHCHIGAN 49629
MARLEN HOLLENBECK PHONE 6161264-997
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '75
THE TEXAN RESTAURANT
2192 Munson Avenue
Traverse City, Michigan
Congratulations Class of '
SIP N B TE
Bar 8 Restaurant
Owners Al 8 Elaine Vasquez
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TRUDE True Value HARDWARE
Downtown Traverse City
corner Front and Union
"IN THE ARCADE
TRAVERSE CITY. MICH.
PAINT - HARDII - ..
9954111 and go SPORTING coops and GIFTS
,ui EVENINGS. SUNDAYS AND
gtaffo HOLIDAYS - BY APPOINTMENT
472 Munson Ave.
It's the Only Place to Shop!
Foods Are of the Finest Quality and Value. The
Clerks Are Friendly and Courteous. It's Fun
Shopping at Bob's IGA!
Downtown Elk Rapids
Compliments of the
Mr.SteakNo.548 I 16165946-093
NEW EARL COBB JEWELERS mt.
222 East Front St. Q
Traverse 2120 Munsgn Traverse City, Michigan 49684
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THE HOUSE OF COIFFURES
' Distinctive Hair Styling
145 River Street
Elk Rapids, Mich. 49629 Phone 264-9664
HERB JosL1N's CHEVROLET
Congratulations W Mdwwt
To The Class of 1975
From all of us at Zupinrs
313 Dexter, Elk Rapids
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AN DO BO'S
148 River Street
Elk Rapids, Michigan
Best ilshes in 1975
Bob, Becky, Mike
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ASTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY
WZ? gem VILLAGE OF ELK RAPIDS
A Growing Community
1T,STHER'S BEAUTY SAT ON T Geared for lndustry and Tourism
TRAVTPRSW CITY, MICH
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ELK RAPIDS LAUNDROMAT
LYLE and CORAL MCLAIN
103 River Street
ELK LAKE FLORAL
We Grow, Create, and Sell
Elk Rapids, Michigan
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518 East Front, Traverse City, Michigan 49684
Telephone: 1616i 946-8544
ELK RAPIDS PACKING
Canned and Frozen
THE CHERRY BUCKET RESTAURANT
Elk Rapid's Favorite Family Restaurant
Don 8 Evi would like to give best
wishes to the class of H75N
Especiallyg Kathy, Cindy 8 Nancy
Jim and Kathy Bradfield
To Our Future Customers
Downtown Elk Rapids
I The Bdfflh Skap
424 E. FRONT ST.
TRAVERSE CITY, MICH. 49684
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Traverse City, Mich. 49684
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