Flushing High School - Perannos Yearbook (Flushing, MI)

 - Class of 1977

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'E ,gh 4 Uv 5 4'-2 ,xr ffm MICHAEL LEO LANTZ SUSAN KAY LENTZ LAWERENCE RAYMOND LeBEAU . aw M QV' ETHEL LEA LEFF 2 J, x DENNIS ALAN LEPCZYK ,J A ' X L BARBARA KAY LETTS CAAREN ELLEN LEVANDER ROBERT LEE LEWIS fn 1 SANDRA KAREN LEE DAVID KENT LEMONDS PATRICIA ANN LESCELIUS IAN LICI-INOVSKY Y 40- xiii' n I ,ff 25.4. Q - v- A '- sx Ii xx ' Q Ng? J , -f :I v Q .0 6' 8 'f f DAVI MA UREEN ALICE MCCARTHY JULIE ANN McDONALD X JAMES MITCHELL MCINTOSH KATHRYN ARLINE MCMANN 24 A-.J nl , B. DIANE LYNN MCDANIEL DEBORAH ANN MCDONALD JEFFERY DEAN MCDONALD - In Memory of Richard McArthur He enjoyed the outdoors and listening to hard rock music. He will be remem- bered always by his friends and the Class of "'7'7" L. ANNETTE MQDOWELL Time cannot steal the treasures That we carry in our hearts Nor ever dim the shining thoughts Our cherished past imparts . . . And memories of the ones we've loved Still cast their gentle glow To grace our days and light our paths Wherever we may go. KEVIN SCOTT McKAY Q K g . Q y . Y x ' A L I E M, GREGORY PAUL MCPHERSON KEVIN MATTHEW MCQUIGG DONALD MARK MCVANNEL YVONNE MACCIOMEI CHARLES ROBERT MARTIN TIMOTHY RAY MARTIN DONALD MARZEC 4 KRISTINE ANN MAIDA STEVEN FREDERICK MANLEY .,..-- .....-.0 .AA KAREN ELAINE MATHIS JOHN MATTARELLA If A MARLYN KAY MARSA LINDA LOUISE MARTIN K... ERIC PAUL MARX MARY CHRISTINE MATUS Mn. 4-58 I, tl ' xv.. 'Y M. IAQ Nw x A 4 fi W 5, ir 1 as- 'ff A CYNTHIA ANN MITCHELL IENNIFER ANNETTE MITCHELL MICHELLE LYNN MITTAN I 5 I 5 f. RONALD LEE MONROE I PENNY ANN MOORE DEBORAH ANN MORGAN SHARON KAYE MORGAN RICHARD WAYNE MORRIS DANIEL MARTIN MOLONEY JESSE GLEN MOORE SCOTT MATTHEW MOORE IOHN DAVIS MORRISH 4 ,alz 3' web:-.,. 1 .od Vaal, X .f- RQ! A N f-ch .Mar W N ' 'v QM ' 4 . m f -X -. sQ:sQif5f-V 1 . N KM I, .xx .W Ti- 'NA ' ' J--H a. ' . N iw' A ,- 'w w - :im 4 Q X-1' 'f-su -fm-22: ,en ,Kg fx .. f I Q -. - Q--. , 'g3.,,,, W , as :,TN..4x. 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SENSE OF HUMOR Shirleg Clark i -.w .1 Dave Pucilowski Q A R BEST PERSONALITY MOST INTELLIGENT Anne Bonardelli Mariha Baker Bob Linseman Dave Klamer . . .All Smiles. . Foxg. . .SigIish. . . . .Lovable. . . PRETTIEST SMILE BEST DRESSED Sandy Murrag Kris Majda Garg Foxworih Chuck Briiion BEST LOOKING CUTEST COUPLE Marg Dubenskg Mollg Kurcharski Mark Gregulak Jim MacKenzie PRETTIEST HAIR Jeaneiie Johnson John McKay PRETTIEST EYES Denise Sngder Kevin Mcfluigg BEST BODY Lgnne Dickenson Dave MacDonald Shapelg . . All Eges . . . Hair Raising . . . Walking lnio ihe Fuiure Q New MOST WATCHABLE WALK Cindy Hipkins Paul Cason E 1 NW Q . Lou? ,.,....-- . ,Nd KX Q 5 ,Jf X N. I4 'V rm TH' xag X Q' P "N ,4 X ons-Lg, '-'23 ,, X nfl' X75 4. fy N .W 1 Y 4? -Q. x p f' . Q 1.-"" M. DEC 1 Q- fn' e' . 0 X L- nik.. my ,yu . Q.. A L, . bb W 4 Qx 'if I D Q9 Sl I. 5 N. ....--- Y N 519 Ez.- ,..w k . fr 3 . fast WN. QQ! X xg I , . f xi-- I Nh S9 Q xg ui N X . 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Choir 9: Acappella Choir 10, 11, 12: Drama Club 10, 11,12: Varsity Club 11: Powderpuff 11, 12: Co-op 12: Blazer 11: All School Play 11: Gym- nastics 12 TIM MARTIN - Football 9, 10: Tennis SANDY MURRAY - Cheerleader 10, 11, 12: Class Officer 9, 10: Varsity Club 11: Junior Attendant 11: Queen's Court 12: Co-op 12 TONYA MURRAY - Softball 9, 10, 11: Basketball 9: Volleyball 10 CINDY PRINCE - Marching Band 9, 10: Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 DAVE PUCILOWSKI - Golf 9, 10, 11: Basketball 9, 10, 11: Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 TRACIE PUTNAM - Marching Band 9. 10: Wrestling 9, 10 MARY MATUS - Powderpuff 11 STEVE MATUZAK - Marching Band 11, 12: Skill Center 11, 12 DEBBIE MCDONALD - Ski Club 9, 10, 11, 12: Track 9: Orchestra 9: Co-op 12 JEFF MCDONALD - Golf 9, 10: Skill Center 11, 12 JULIE MCDONALD - Co-op 12 ANNETTE McDOWELL - Jazz Club Raiderettes 11, 12: Track 9, 10: Span ish Club 10: Powderpuff 11 GREG 10, 11, 12: Intramural Volleyball 11: Baseball 10, 11, 12: Chess Club 12 BILL MILLS - Football 9, 10, 11, 12: Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 CINDY MITCHELL - Orchestra 9: Spanish Club 10, 11: Acappella 11, 12: Beta 11: All School Play All School Musical 11, 12: 12: Thespians 12: Co-op 12: Honor Society 11. 12 DAN MOLONEY - Marching Band 10, 11, 12: Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, Symphonic Band 9, 10, 11, Orchestra 10, 11, 12: Chess Club 12: Debate 10: Copop 12: National Honor Society 12 PENNY 2 S MARIA NAGEL - Drama Club 9: Intra- mural Bowling 9: Art Club 10: Student Council 12: Yearbook 12 ROXANNE NEITZKE - Powderpuff 12 DEBBIE NEWMAN - Skill Center 11, 12: Co-op 12 KEN NORCROSS - Acappella Choir 11. 12: Co-op 12: Madrigals 11 SUE NORTON - Intramural Badminton 11: Powderpuff 12 Co-op 12: Home- MARIANNE PERYER - J.V. Choir 10: Drama Club 11: Co-op 12 11, 12 MICHELLE ROSE - Blazer 11: Art Club 12 Library Aid 10: B.o.E.c. Track 9, 10: Intra- 12: Intramural Volleyball 11, 12: Club Raiderettes 11: Co-op ERIC ROUTHIER - Track 9, 10: Wres- tling 9, 10, 11. 12: Cross Country 10, 11 MARTHA ROWAN - French Club 10, 11: Powderpuff 11, 12 JIM RUSSELL - Football 9, 10: Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 WALT SBRESNY - J.V. Choir 9, 10: Acappella Choir 10, 11: All School Musical 10: Skill Center 11, 12: Pow- SCHIMPF - .V. Choir 10- 11. 1 'c0- p 1229 - Fo all: L, Band 9: Powderpuff Cheerleader 11, 12: Co-op 12 i 1 max vi N-x . A M 'ik ' Y Q IM S T' K G W' al Q L 'mf M:-1 'f-W -1 . , Qjifv ,, . Q - fl --wa 1 , - 'X iL '- Q ' ' Sixl Yi WY, ,, Q- X5 OD " ' D . , xi is T h ig 1 1 N -- xx my X N Q 3 .X ' Y ra , M 'Y X X05 - i f 5 ' nngix 'X 13 H gk x gf' 1 1 . K '- W O W 'nxfilx x -fx- X. 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K x gk S L I 1 Ans- JJ' , .. l U, , k X! 1 't 'I 2 o 2 - ,X .Q 1 X l 12235. 1 1 Y I X l . ,fy-,fha X 1, I X v, 1- ' 'w l . ' W ' lm' , W fx. - L .f .. K V X Q ,A , K ,vs I , 3 f "1 A- ' wa - QL'-.wwf-uf w 1"-Q . .' . ' , xl It ' .H Ruhr? Ks, ix , X -. - -' gb XX M 4. 5. .A Q L fum qqity.-ffz-iixafQ4.gs1ls'1'j 5- N ' 1 L 1 ,V Yxlul -.x,-:- M- l H u -VG winx-.5 'xp 4, f .ffv we E 'M ..l .-was-fft ,sr -We . . . Tug of War . . . School Qpiril . . . Greal Hall Decoralions . . No Rain . . Defeat ' e ,nv , ' 'Af ,.x !, f wx g 'X- "- 1 ff J f 1 V 414, Fl 'lx HA A i RM- - 5: W ,. 5.5, ' W , 'AP 3- ff , . 1' ,Q xi fm Wk v ,- A , , .4 .1 Y . f Nm ' Vlsxvgssggr! X ' Q 48 , " '3'S:,:,,x" 6""3'fSaQ43.:gf:93'5 Nuerigs, .f If 3 ll IJ.. gig' 8 x. Q, X i .7 'L'+v:vf'a ' . Q - ' ' Q ' Q H ff . Q XY?-v! L-' pa, I X ,xx W . Xue -xc 9 ,KX ,NX X -sir? , I g . lr n , .. I.. 1 R Q ,. l 1 ,H ' - I . Q . . I - , I 1 . - SEQ X. N -. 4+ . -Q If I 0 ? Q ' + 6 . , il XX X x ' ' I I -N f If 1 In 1 ln ll ll I I In in I X I ll h X 'X X fi x N I -. K- 3.43 This fall the band only competed in three shows. The first was the Cavalcade of Bands, at WMU. They received two trophies and first place. The next competition was at Reed City. This was the first year that Flushing participated in this show. They received trophies for best drums, best colorguard, highest drum score. the highest score in marching and maneuvering, and the trophy for first place. The last show that the band competed in was the Bridgeport competi- tion. At Bridgport they won the show and also got the best drum score accompanied with a trophy. The drum majors also received a trophy at Bridge- port. The band were also hosts at their own show held at Atwood Stadium. where they were only exhibition. The band also appeared at the North- South Shrine game played at the Pontiac Silver Dome. Congratulations Band and Good Luck! il isn'l all work addrell larton aluzak lcClure lcKay lcFarlane cFarlanc 'clionc cTaggar1 oloncy . Peryer Peterson Pnbuda Pobnda Price Putnam Putnam Raabe Rathfon D. Rice Snavely Snooks I. Sood J. Sorys Sorys Sorys Stafford Stauffachcr Steele Stephenson Stoddard C. Watterworth Sukany L. Watts T. Wittbrodt Switalslti N. Way J. Witte Taylor B. Wehrli D. Witzman Truckey M. Wilson J. Witzman Vince C. Whitman R. Wurtz Wait K. Winningham L. Zellars J. Walch J. Wittbrodt Walch K. Wittbrodr walker P. Wirtbrodt 63 plaging lheir own special Conducted b M. Arkin T. Cane! D. Ewing I.HansQn J. lunn J. Knight B. Liwak K. Mcliay D. Txlnloncy I. Nichols so n gs y R. Rfinsmn Blackford Rnnbc Sood Sukany iikilkur Winninghnm Wiubmdt wiiibmdr XX'lll'lZ Zcllars Conducted by Jllllxil Gralizini S . Benedict I. Brooks 1. Dillcr K. Filllghl D. Garriiy R. Lydcn T. Lynch 64 L. Mzmizzik M. Michcls J. Neal D. Slocum I. Tccplcs K. Watkins S. Winkler Conoerl and Symphonic Bands A. Anderson J. Beck S. Blair M. Burkhardt C. Clndrlc J. Clutts T. Davis M. Dawes D. Durkee D. Eitzman L. Graham M. Hansen T. Harry B. Hickey D. Hlllard M. Hutton A. Jackson I. Pobuda I. Juno S. Pumam S. Krueger M. Rathfon I. Kulis P. Roberge R. Malott W. Russell K. Marsh L. Scheldler B. Maddrell L. Scheldler K. Manon K Snavely D. McFarlane E. wait D. McKone J. Walch T. Munsey S. Welch W. Nevenan C watterwonh I. Nichols N Way C. Palmer C Whitman L. Peterson C. Pobuda Alexander Alles . Atkln Baker Bechtel Bejcek Bennett . Bezenah Boyer Browne Bulla Buxton Carter Clndrlc Cronk Dasen Deane DcMors Deroche Edgecombe J. C D T L J. S. I. J. J. Edlngton Ellis Ewing Forcler Fournier Gsrrity Greenmen Hansen Hem Hutson K. Iberle E. Jones I. Juno C Klapp K Kleckner I. Knight S. Kribs D Lescellus B. Liwsk l. Lowry Markland Matuzak McKay McFarlane McTaggan Moloney Morris Most Nichols Ochtel . Patton . Paul . Price . Putnam I . Raabe . Rice . Rumsey . Scherr . Shlple . Smith er Y J. Sood K. Wlnnlngham J. Sorys I. wittbrodt R. Sorys P. Wlttbrodt A. Steele D Witzman C. Staddord R. Wunz T. Sukany L. Zellars R. Taylor B. Vince S. walker L. Watts French Club The club has had initiations which consisted of amusing acts and French desserts. The club held a dance and a bake sale to raise money. The club also took a trip to Meadowbrooke Theater to see "A School For Wives," a French play. An annual French dinner is held for the members and their parents. Sponsors: Mrs . Kuhlman Mrs . Olin Spanish Club The club has sponsored a Mex- ican dinner and sold candles and stationery as fundraisers. Mem- bers have attended Spanish and Venezualan dances. The club will also sponsor the film EL CID for the Spanish and history stu- dents. Sponsors: Mrs . Seij as Mrs . Aubrey 66 Amos Baker Barkley Bison Blaisdell Bueche Carrell Cobb Cook Crawford Cruz Dumler Graff Gustin M. Heidom J. Henderson P. Heydon S. Holaly L. Hollar C. Hoover S. Hover S. Jones T. Jones D. Klapp D. Lescelius L. Love K. Lynch K. Marsh . Mclntyre R. McLean S. Mendelson Messmore . Mitchell Moody . Mountz W. Nevanen L. Noble P. Olin . Palmer P. Porter . Potter P. Raab M. Rowan M. Rowan D. Rowe G. Rowe P. Rowe N. Ruester A. Scherbovlch L. Seroka A. Skarbek T. Skutt A. Steele K. Stefanski S. Stout S. Strickland C. Thompson J. Tenney T. Vogeler E. Walt C. Walser N. Weaver R. White K. Willers Officers: S. Spiegel I. Yambrlck A. Ford M. Buehler L . Armbruster E . Barlllas Bielski Bison L . Blair Campbell Chase Christensen Commet Congdon L. Davis I . Deroche I . Dillon K. Doerr D. Durkee C. Ellis R. Gallinat D. Hillard M. Hoffman L. Jarvi E. Jones S. Jones Kelly Llnsenmen Lyman Martin Miller Miller Miller Morris I. Neall B. Noack A. Schlmpf K. Simpson L. Stahl M. Tschlrhart V Trujillo B. Truxal E. Usitalo K. Wallis M N H C C K V I. . wamer . Way . Wertz . Wiget . Williams . Winningham Woodward wright v?' HES BOEC Business and Office Education Club is a club for those students who have a career goal in the area of business: secretarial, accounting or management. - at -.3 Julie williams. Rebecca Burden. Debbie Wesolowski. Susan Davis, Linda Steinbeck, Cindy Prince. Paul Neminski. Jenny Schimof, Sharon Walworth. 67 This workshop is for kids who come up on their own, Wednesday nights. to spend more time on projects that they normally wou1dn't have time to do in the given class period. They have time to do things they really want to do such as paint, sketch, take pictures, etc.. The whole evening may not be spent working though, one tends to hear the faint echo of a banjo being plucked . 68 Our Raiderei-les Dance to fhe Music s I -e This year the Raiderettes have expanded with '7 seniors and 22 juniors. They perform at various home football and basketball games, pep rallies, Gala Sports Night, and the Homecoming parade. With the help of their new coach, Miss Dicky, they have added more modern dance to their routines. Their performances have highlighted the halftime activities. 1st ROW - left to right: Annette McDowell, Vickie Piotrowski. Mary Dubensky, Chris Brock. Theresa Commet. Sarah West. Sue Lantz, 2nd ROW: Kathy Kranz. Liz VanKeuren, Jenny Stafford, Carol Hubecka, Sharon Phillips, Klm Klocko, Beth Brit- ton, Monica Lavalle, 3rd ROW: Mary Anne Bruce, Karen Hayes. Teresa Smith, Cheryl Plumb. Jill Yambrick, Sally Taylor, Sharry Lyon, 4th ROW: Sue Johnson, lean Erickson, Pam McArthur, Denise Bolke, Marhta Colen, Melissa Potoczny, Kim Franklin. 69 Ns u -in S I AS --Yi I I iiiv-U-MQ' "Hb If 36 S! bfi F F ,-,. X: X' Qwltl . X H s S A .ex ' , A ': it .v L. .-vm ' gm y ' N exv kgy X Q 'xx wa .x X X u . Q? W f i f ix 741 Q, gi! e e A - x A XS 53 N' , + kkvf' S A :ig - X , M 444111014 if ,Q ,WV fe-, M' , - ff Q-Z9 1,541 743 vi W1 5 u ff'5-'24 'ri-6' 1 l , ,S r E1 951- sf , lr N' I QA If i' ui I'e.',- is bl 5 q.,,1gwt,2 "Ju so K. ,' 0' og 34 Inspired Qiudenis Show ihe Wag STANDING - from left: Jane Wright, Mary Hoffman, Tim Sukany, Kevin McKay Brran Liwak Kev1n O Brien Bob Donnay Doug Garrity Bill Begcek Mr Harshfield sponsorj, Dave Klamer, Dan Hayes, Duane Koons, Mike Staley, Glenn Moore Larry Weber Katrina Winningham KNEELING Lynne Gustin Sue Hover Carol Amhreln Flynn, Mary Michels, Kim Johnston, Molly Kucharski, Julie Juno, Nancy Deane Jan Diller Anne Anderson SECOND ROW Pam Holman Pat Lescelius Mary Canty Tenney Wice Presidentl, Dan Moloney Clfresidentb, Julie Hanson CSecretaryJ Lynn Stahl CTreasurerJ Cindy Mitchell Nancy Clark FRONT ROW Connie Ellis Martha Dawn Patton, Lisa Bulla, Trcie Putnam, Jean Raabe, Kathy Simpson, Val Woodward MISSING Mark Wxttock Jim MacKenzie Larry LeBeau Naiional Honor Socieig The National Honor Society is a service organized group that raises money by sponsoring the Back to School Dance. Each member is chosen for his leader- ship, school service. participation in clubs and extra- curricular activities, citizenship, and academic quali- ties. Every member also completes at least twenty hours of volunteer work. This year the group gave half the money they earned to the Hurly Burn Unit, this unit was chosen by vote of the general membership. 72 President Sandi Lee V1ce-President - Kevin O'Brein, Secretary - Ann Truckey, Treasurer - Lisa Kozumplik Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Mary Canty Renee Anderson Leslie Barnett Cathy Clark Melissra Jencihes Jan Kozumplik Lori Bison Jenny Gleason Mana Nagel Julie Nichols Karen Doerr Jane Mackenzie Eladro Quinranilla Mark O'Brein Debbie Petriella Brad Martin taley Kim Spormann Terri Rau Nancy Mountz Sternke Jack Wheatley Greg Rowe Cathy Woodruff lub Representative Vemoica Trujllo, French Club Representative - Karen Marsh, Art Club Representative - Pam Holman, Drama Club Representative - Kim Yalda ...np " '41-QQ.. Qiudeni Council The Student Council is a small group of elected students who represent the student body's interests and needs. This year the council has been involved in many activ- ities, like the cleaning of the courtyard, and the Queen's Float, and many money- making activities. Just a few of these money-making activities included the selling of Christmas Coloring books. 73 Jeff Brooks Sandra Coates Lynne Dickensen Barb Doetsch Bob Donnay Hope Flynn Julie Gruenberg Lynne Gustin Mary Hoffman Julie Juno Debbie Klapp Molly Kucharski Pat Lescelius Kathy Lyman Mary Michels Bill Mills Cindi Mitchell Ron Monroe Ken Norcross Lynn Price Debbie Rowe Nancy Shipley Tim Sukany Kathy Thompson Mark Truckey Mike Walczak Paul Wittbrodt Rick Abdella Renee Anderson Barb Andrews Kyle Baker Mike Benedict Andy Carle Mary Cronin Dave Donnay Kathy Fir Scott Fredrickson Gerry Gardetto Mary Hale Judy Harper Mary Heindenberger Tim Herrington Pam Howell Sharon Kinney Glen Klamer Chris Klapp Carol Koshaba Greg Lyman Acappella John Mesaros Sharon Phillips Pat Prosser Pam Raab Jeff Spinney Jenny Stafford Bart Strickland Sally Taylor Chris Tomcala Liz VanKeuren Sue Walsh Jenny Watchorn Joe Wittbrodt Debbie Wright Kim Yalda Jill Yambrick Joan Antioho Kay Barkley Leslie Barnett Bill Bechtel Laurie Bison Kevin Cohee Dawn Cory Leigh Davis Ken Haga Linda Hicks Julie Hurry Rhonda King Sharon Lake Teresa Mercier Debbie O'Connor Marcia Preyer Debbie Petriella Greg Rowe Tracy Sbresny Mike Smith Tammy Smith Chris Steinbock Sue Strickland Terrie Vogeler Mike Antos Sheryl Baxter Brad Martin Daron Slocum Ray Warner Officers: President - Bob Donnay Vice President - Hope Flynn Secretary - Pat Lescelrus Treasurer - Cindi Mrtchell Directed by Mr. Watterworth Madrigals Jeff Brooks. Connie Ellis, Jeff Splnney, Ho Fl nn, Pa Ra b G pe y m a , erry Gardetto, Sally Taylor. Rhonda Richards, Glen Klamer. Molly Kucharski, Tim Sukany, Julie Juno. Bob Donnay, Lynn Price. Greg Lyman, Scott Fredrickson. Sue Rumsey. ,QXWQL , R+., S xx-A etr- ' t. 4 Girls Glee Club ren Gill. Kim Kinee, Julie MacDonald, Michelle Youn , Juli Dill F li 1 g e er. e c a Missentzis. Kathy Walls. Sue Walsh, Dianne Most. Diane Folshee. Carol Koshaba, el Leff, Lisa Markland, Linda Hicks. Nannette Judd, Teresa Stevens. Vicki Carter. Nancy Howe. Christie O'Connor, Mary Michels. Barb Letts. Kathy Rose. kie Duvernobs. f F' .i X, 'TF 'W Thespians 1'-fs... B. Ballge J. Brooks M. Cronin B. Donniy I. Harper M. Heindenberger J . Juno S. Kinney M. Kurcharski K. Lynch C. Mitchell P. Raab T. Sbresney J. Spinney K. Thompson C. Tomcala S. Walsh K. Yalda I. Yambrick ra 1 rm left to rlght: SPONSOR: Mr. Hamilton. Barb Doetsch. Hope Flynn, Chris Tomcala. Jill nmbrick. new .1 X 1 , .GX .4 - 5 mwQN9"N.i xg I 'Y A wk. S IIC Co-op, and . . . Learning doesn'i stop . . M, Y N 'WSFIH R I ' W "" ,. A A We KR N, Tm 5 rr, x xx XX., Fl I Q' S x wks X ,QQ gi ! ,.., Mfr' Q xr ' J ,E Y D.E. Lab EN,ESfEAREA-nglfi-Ll?CfE'N TER M i l' 1 I I--wav-fy.. ,X . , ,, - '--'-f'-'w-M ' -' ' , I "'.gX'-Pfx' t o an-----.,,. the class- room The debate team had another successful season. During the season, the team made an impressive showing in the Genesee County Debate League finishing in third place in both levels of competition. The varsity, consisting of Roy Weiss and Martha Baker, negative, and Scott Rynearson and Glen Klamer. affirmative, closed the season with a record of 16 wins and 4 losses. While the I .V. team with Floyd Evans, Mike Ocalloghan, Debbie Decker, and Patty Mulkins finished with a 15 and 5 record, good for a third place trophy. Both Patty Mulkins and Roy Weiss distinguished themselves by winning individual honors in league and toumament competition. l Forensics Once again, the forensics team has grown both in numbers of students competing and areas of competition entered . The team this year consists of: Jeff Garrity and Roy Weiss, extemporaneous speaking: Scott Rynearson. Patty Mulkins and Glen Klamer, original oratoryg Chris Tomcala. serious interpretationg Mary Heidenberger, story telling: Larry Russell and John Mesaros, radio news: Mark O'Brien, humorous readings: Mike Ocallaghan, informative speaking. They competed on Feb. 26 at Garber, March 19 at Frankenmuth, at the Genesee County Invitational and in districts basted by Flushing High School. Sponsor: Mr. Gsndolphi, D. Miller, B. Bejcek. D. Moloney, D. Garrity, T. Sukany, T. Swlck, S. Kohn, S. Kohn. T. Klemaszewskl. C. Martin. D. Koons. J. Brown. 0 f IPS noi to lafc io ask your favorifg guy fo... The 51' Sofia-,161 I I f 0ez,:,af3f2,,o I 'r ll!! 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The Flushing Varsity Football team, consisting of 23 seniors, 22 juniors, and 2 sophomores completed its season with a league record of 5-3 and an overall record of 6-3. This fine record can be attributed to the efforts of our hard working coaches and team. The offense, led by Coach Noe, gained 2215 yards in total offense. Dave MacDonald, playing only in 6 games was the leading rusher with an average of 82 yards per game. Chris Kagey also excelled on offense gaining 449 yards. Senior quarterback Paul Cason had an excellent season gaining 85 yards and completing 45 out of 120 pas- ses. Kirk Meiklejohn earned the recognition of second in the Big Nine for 20 passes caught for 347 yards. The defense handled by Coach Smith had a fine year too. Gary Foxworth and junior Paul Steinborn led the team in interceptions with 4 each. The speciality teams under the supervision of Coach Robertsonfhave again proven their ability to hold their ground against opposing teams. With the juniors who gained experience this year, and the hard- working that will be coming up, we are all looking forward to a win- ning season in "7'7. VARSITY FUOTBALL SCOREBOARD Flushmg C mul . 11 Flushmg Powurs Swartz Flushmg Davison Flushxng Beecher -ifl gui .alt w g Q' Q.. A 1 ? f 5 'ml A . ar S ft , K I sl . f , 5 I I 51.9 wa .W Q Cl' wk Senior Raiders Lookin' Good - --.,.,.,gi' . - K- ,Y 1- M Niue. -4463 M., R SENIORS - Mike Birchmeier, Jim Alexander, Bill Mills, Jim MacKenzie, Kirk Meiklejohn. Gary Foxworrh. Mike Walczak, Ernie Keeler, Paul Cason. lun e, Larry Weber. Chuck Britton. Dave MacDonald, Kevin O'Brien, Dennis Schaffer. Mark Gregulak, Chris Kagcy, Rod Dorff, Joe Linder. Don Koleber. Bob ay. Duane Koons. Doug Garrily. Trainer - Greg Gulh. 'pk Varsiig Golfers - Tee Off +o a Greai Season' cnior - Dave Klamer With only two returning lettermen Flush- ing's golf team got off to a slow start. The season ended with a record of 10-9 in dual matches, and the golfers placed 5th in the Big Nine. Sophomore, Mark Chapleski, helped the team place a strong 4th out of 21 teams participating in regional competi- tions. Mark also made the all conference team. Junior Kevin Lieffers and Kurt Lang followed with honorable mention. As a rebuilding year Coach Vince sees great pro- spects for his eager underclassmen. DUAL MATCHES VARSITY GOLFERS - Kun Lang, Tom Fornari. Mark Noffsinger, B. J. Lee, Jack Wheatley, Joe Okoneski. Mark Chaplcski, Kevin Lieffers, Scou Chapleski, Dave Klamer, Brian Goldmer, David Bland, Scott Rynearson. Bob McDonald, Ar! Vince - Varsity Coach. M. Ycagley - Ass'l Varsity Coach. Girls Tennis Swings Info Aciion ,,.., stk,... ki xkx,.1.' xiQ,gitxlk,gx ' 'i' s""8 uvxK'h , fi ixrnlifki mrs' r u lx" rsxiii , 1 K . Q , r A ' Q Q Q mi- 1 4. 'QQ 'f 4 6 ' ' Q 5 Q 1 Q 1 1 ' Q lx K I The performance as well as enthusiasm of the girls tennis team was at tops this year. Coached by Miss Poore, the girls strenuous practices proved beneficial as the season ended with an 11-3 dual match record. The team took second place in the Big Nine and sixth in Regionals. The Junior dominated team has high hopes for an increasing amount of participation from underclassmen next year. We antici- pate an even stronger and more promising future for the netters. ' ' I I ' ' 5 I A I .' ' ' A A ,ff f' I I ' I I . I I I K I . 5 1 ki A K R 1 f 1 lx if 'f t ,I ,1 if s I ' I , a I 5 , A I ' , 1 ,V ,I .F " i 1 I ,Lfx 1 I ' 1 I ' , 4 I 1 ' x' I H I 'A 1' I 4 I ' 4 x I ' 1 I 1 .lil I., ,1 I W. u- l. K I A 1 ll I ' I I ,l,l,', ' g Wx ,I nl ,nI. I K , .lttll i tfk gxllimly ' K A I I ' l I ' I A X AI I . lllltn' -My -I gl V114 ,f A x,1,,,. I ln' I I glxlnt I , 1 lllK,lVx,jk1L,f,l.lllllk VK A, 1 11, u I ' "rg L I,I,'4 I-1' ,Ixl,4flf'xLxL 1 ,lfx - K. -I 1- If , ' ,ff Ki ,sf +A '11 lx xi ,1'ia'f in .AA Ilglytlll I I, It-xiiytliyll. l, If N . . ,I . . -, 1 j j'Q,',lA,1,. i yxTA I I xxx A I 4 I 5 ll "Aft fi ll Ill J' 1 tzifkhllx fl gl " ,nn " -'g"ffK,lf-.,''wjzgllfi K, ,W X 1 I I I-u,',, ,- IK .x,l.I,- kK'ff,,Ak,l.X,,'f'f- :fx il I I I A ' l ' l Q-"K fl .fl fxfxxlfkijlkf kJIfj1li5l ...,,.l I 6 I I I TEAM MEMBERS - Karen Eiscnbcis, Judy Mcssmorc, Mary Rau. Ian Mclanson, Julie Nichols, Luanne Klein, Kathy Kranz, Symonc Reynolds, Diane Bannon, Carol Koch, Shari Miller, Karen Cook, Cindy Thrapp, Jean Tschirharl. Kim Godlcsky, Tricia Klostcrman. Coach Gene Poorc. Harriers End ure +he Tes+' The Cross Country Team, with only six runners returning this year, had a dual record of five wins and six losses. They placed fourteenth in the Holly Invitational, and sixth at Comstock, and seventeenth at Saginaw Eisenhower. In the Big Nine Conference meet they placed seventh. At regionals, eleventh place was cap- tured by Lou Cappo, Jim McIntosh was the fifty-ninth runner to finish. With fourteen runners who will be returning next year, Coach Ballagh should be looking toward a fine fourth season! s FIRST ROW - Mike Osirowski, Gary Wiubrodl, Tom Spurlin, Bob Rogers, Scou Hill, Bram Wehrli, David Roulhier. Coach wil- liam Ballagh, SECOND ROW - Coach Gary Rider, lim Russell, Scott Florence, Troy Scully. Kevin Travis, John Mesaros. Tim Ruslorfer. Jim Blanton, THIRD ROW - Kevin Moore, Mark Hoiobach. Jim Mclmosh, Jim Faught, Lou Cappo, Ted Chase, Ray Smith. Girls Varsiig Baskeiball - Triumphs Again! YSiS wt xxx SENIORS - Karen Waters. Beth Frosser Melissa Jennichcs Due to the hard work and determination of the girls and the great coach- ing efforts of Mrs. Brier, the girls won the Big Nine Championship for the fifth year. A big factor in their victories has been the K-K combination of Karen Waters and Kris Hansen. Their league record was 16-2. They beat Northwestern and Northern in district competition, and are on their way to the Regionals. The girls are looking for a winning season again next year with nine letterwomen returning. 100 The girls advanced in Regionals by defeating Saginaw High and Big 9 Co-Champs Grand Blanc. In the quarter finals they demolished Carman 63-44. In the semi-final game the girls put forth their best team effort, but fell to an experienced Marquette team, who later became State Champions. Kris Hansen and Karen Waters were placed with Honorable Mention All State honors. , CB we n. 'ri pii , M, A N at, Q5 .N kwa- ' vgyy s -W X... ,s Q tk kv 5. FIRST ROW - Melissa Jenniches 1421, Karen Waters 1503. Beth Prosser 1403, SECOND ROW - Coach Linda Brier, Vicky Walden QOH, Dana Jones 1203. Tammy Evans 0323, Tina Chmelar130J. Kris Hansen 1547, Kathy Maxwell 1523. Rhonda Woods 1221, Sheri Dorff 4245. Donna Smith 4127, Manager - Anne Anderson, Manager - Nancy Parkhursl. Raider Cagers - Shoof ihe Hoop! 3 dw- 1 y -yy urn kiuulrffg A I 1-1 xx Al -1-Z., It has been another superb year for the Raider basketball team. The team had an overall record of 16-4 and in league play. our cagers placed second with a record of 16-3. Another addition to this great season were Swartz Creek and Carman games, in which the Raiders scored over 100 points. The win record of 16, is the most games ever won by a basketball team in Flushing. In his first year at the position of varsity basketball coach, Mr. Ballagh has displayed fine talent, and we wish him continued success in the future. We hope that future Flushing basketball teams will follow the fine standards of playing and good Sportsmanship of the 1976-'77 basketball team . I w I1 vif 'Q , - - . 5 L '. . .ik , - Qtr : C F so x x Q a A l an ' I SENIORS: Lou Cappo. Kirk Melklejolm. Jim McKenzie, Kevin Gibbs. Don Mcvannel. Ken Gibbs. Dave Klamer. ELING - Trainer - Tom Mlssenztls, Scott Matoraj, Dave Donnay, Dave Klamer, Pat Prosser, Kirk Meiklejohn, Kevin Lieffers. trainer - Bart Maxon. NDING - Coach Ballagh, Ken Gibbs. Jim Lynch. lim McKenzie. Don Mcvannel, Lou Cappo. Kevin Gibbs. Trainer - John Strain. Bump. Sei. Spike. Our Raider Women Do if All!! , -paw . wikis -5' 4 r as-.4 ' vw 5 ses NQ9 Q - NLM., 'T-. This year the Raider volleyball team has expanded to twice the size of last years. With 3 games left to go, the girls have a 11-5 record on the A team, and 10-6 B team record, good for third place. Leading in serving now is Mary Rau with 940fo Accuracy. Other members in the 90010 range are Karen Waters and Kris Hansen. Once again the K-K combi- nation of Karen and Kris works for Flushing. Kris sets the ball. and Karen spikes it, with 6770 efficiency. and Karen scores on spikes 43010 of the time . with only 3 seniors leaving, we have very high hopes for the girls next year. Q ? .J Q4 Powers Flint Academy Swartz Creek Grand Blanc Owosso Kearsley Davison Beecher Carman Powers Swartz Creek Grand Blanc Owosso Kearsley Central Davison HA.. '15 '15 15 15 '15 15 '13 '15 '15 '15 '15 15 '15 15 '15 '15 Team 0, 15-9 5. 15-2 12,15-4 -3, 15-7 -0, 15-2 13, 15-8 15, 15-1, -1. 15-6 -7. 15-4 10, 15-6 -3, 15-7 -11, 15-7 -7, 15-3 -6, 16-14 13. 15-14 -2. 15-2 Anoiher Impressive Season for Vollegball "B" Team '17-15.11-15,15-11 '15-5 . 14-16 . 15-2 15-4, 10-15, 15-8 "15-1, 12-15, 15-6 '15-2, 15-13 '6-15, 15-8, 15-8 '15-11, 15-7 '15-4, 15-8 15-9, 12-15. 15-10 '15-3, 5-15, 15-4 10-15, 15-6, 15-12 '15-12, 12-10 '9-15, 15-5. 15-10 15-7, 13-6 15-6, 17-19. 15-11 '15-4. 15-3 ta, 1 Z --gh, Raider lcemen Siiok Wiih Their Goal. wi -5 t 1.-M of 5' " ' 1 Senior Dave McDonald I 5, 106 Seniols - ww Bob Lewis, Dave S 111 Ji M foer xi 'Q' Q21- api 1-9- 5 Irh f 4 Raider Skaters Glide +0 Vicforg The Raider Hockey Team finished the regular season with a 12- 8-3 record overall, and an excellent league record of 8-2-2. The record captured second place for our icemen. ln the Big 9 Toumament, the team beat Clio '7-1, and will play Grand Blanc . The leading scores were Senior Dave Sullivan with 13 goals and 21 assists, and Junior Greg Kenrick with 11 goals and 23 assists, totaling 34 points for each. Both Sullivan and Kenrick are alter- nate captains. Junior Dave Boldt and Senior Captain Bob Lewis were close behind with 33 and 29 points respectively. ln goal for the Raiders were Tom Robinson and after coming back from a football injury, Dave MacDonald. Robinson a junior, record 5-5-1, allowed 2.9 goals per game, while making 310 saves. MacDonald, a senior, allowed 2.73 goals per game, and had 360 saves, for a record of 7-3-2. As the Raider icemen look to the State Tournaments, they hope to repeat their performance of last year, advancing to the state finals. Sullivan Bob Lewis Greg Kenrick Jlm Mclntosh, Tom Robinson. 2nd ROW - Gary Bundy, Mark Tomalia. Dave 1 John Calvert Dale Hilsabeck Dave Bland Dave Goodroe Tony Poma Coach Prochazka, Ron Haywood. 3rd ROW - Mike Bland, Mike Darby, Brad Raiders Wresile io Vicior Despite the loss of nine veterans this year's wrestling team had an excellent season. An opening victory against Powers set the tofre for the entire season, which resulted in a '7-2 dual match record. Due to the unfortunate weather condi- tions our Raiders were denied the chance to prove themselves again at the annual Flushing Invitational. WEIGHT 98 lbs. Tim Coates 105 lbs. Mark Catanzaro 112 lbs. Bret Berry 119 lbs Chris Kaegy 126 lbs Eric Routhier 132 lbs. Mike Sturgeon 138 lbs Matt Boudrear 145 lbs Chuck Heyer 145 lbs Gary Wellisly 155 lbs Duane Koons 165 lbs 178 lbs 191 lbs Dan Thompson Mike Birchmeier Mike Walczak HWT Bill Mills --..,.,,,,, K 5 Greg Guth. Mike Walczak, Bill Mills. Duane Koons. Matt Boudreau. Gary Wellls ley, Mark Catanzaro, Chuck Heyer, Mike Birchmeier. Dan Thompson. Chris Kagey, Tim Coates. Mr. Waltz. Eric Routhier, Mike Sturgeon. Bret Berry, Mr. Harland. gd' X 'W A, ,vin X Q . ". 4 ,,, . Q 5 . vw, . ' .. ,39 "6 s g. X -xv., 6 ' 'Q' f'i.'."?7' ' , - "x'-givin, V -f J Tis: 2 U I ,g?p,- H ,X , X , I W ' , I :E-ft Ks ,Ii 4, X d X .K M K ,s W f r . , ffv x ,x ' . .b Q 5+'E1Smj , If M O I 0 if 1 it ,M s-MN ,v k . x .-1, wk' S QS: g, gf, bs .-i x M ,Q f -ii .W C Sis . ws' fi' X W . 1 0 .D P 9 n .1 ,. - . t , . Q rl B 1 .S' ' ..-.....,. BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS - Julie Tenny, Kim Godlesky. Sandy Anne Bonardelli. Mary Hoffman, Ellen Cribbons, Kim Sporman. Sue P-34' Our Varsity Cheerleaders have done a fantastic job this year? They are the spirit builders of the school, through their frequent practices they grow better and better each day. Their ingenuitive cheers and signs make us very proud to claim them as Flushing Cheerleaders. . ff' X? -t t T1 ' ,Sv ,L . xx N Ill 2 , A 1 ev? x "Q TL fu s . V29 .wnwwi-Xi iw-,. . .. YJ Qi Q5 N51 ii Raider Trainers . . . Keeping Our Teams Healihg. TRAINERS - Mike Marchky, Dennis Mitchell. Ban Maxon. Phil Henderson, Richard Iessop, Jim Tomalia, Bill Hughes, Greg Gunh, Tom Missemzis, Bill Harbin. Ban Srxickland. Nick Vergith. ei r in Under the direction of Doc Hughes, the trainers have done a great job keeping our Raider athletes in tip-top condition. They commit many long hours attending team practices and games. Without the help of the trainers the teams would not be where they are today. Congratulations on a job well done! ! ! Mmm- .A Girls Track Sprinfs fo Viciorg The Girls Track Team, who have been Big Nine Champs year after year, is looking forward to a promising season. Their prac- tices will pay off in the long run when they begin their season on April 12th with Swartz Creek. Coach Larry Kelly and Coach Sue McLalin are proud of the efforts that the girls are putting forth. Best of luck to a GREAT season girls! ! ! ,V ft ,Jn -. t"L31H fewf. rf ,'-1 , N rtnnsorwo 3-5. .. , 1 Q5 f N e' Py,T:'F. Q' , - 'LY I ' "" FANTASTIC SENIORS - Lea, Pat, Vicki, Sharon, Brenda. fmissing - Chris, and ' 'V -wan" ' A N" .155 .",l"-'Ugg' Renda.5 Q4 we px .aiaasf , -va - v , . ' S3 as , A f -A A A ee- A C C Q f-1 5 a T ' S S VARSITY TRACK - Sherrie Spegal, Marie McPhearson, Lisa George, Linda Iarvi, Laurie Walden, Cathy Clark. Dana Buxton, Lee Ann Schielder, Julie ey, Joan Antiojo, Brenda Jones, Kim Dessenger, Cheryl Clark, Jenny Hill. Karen Rau, Sue Landers, Luane Klein, Luane Labian, Dianne Bennett, Liz Van ' ' h ' ' F1 ren Renda Gibbons Brenda Wehrlia Michele Cobb Paula Morris, Kelly Reel, Denlse Embley, Bev Reynolds, Kelly Brock, Theresa Mars , Kristie owers, fkie Walden, Terri Hough. Kathy Woodruff, Terri Rau. Missy Headrick. Brenda Woodruff, Sue Strickland, Pam McArthur, Chris Brock, Sharon Morgan, Teresa ith, Pat Austin, Pat Lescilious, Kelly Faught, Karen Marsh. Pam Dougdale , Janet Moody, Kim Groat. Raider Runners Book 116 - Uv H-n-:Anangu-Q for fhe Tape! Warming up Coach Whitmire - Taking it easy f Ye- am ...ww . L e . Q i hr . , .r d'a,'!-W are V V, A f M -q-.xm""" 1-QQ . Om in from xl," t ' 5. x' 'f ,, ad? 7,4- The Raider Track Team is at it again this Spring! The men have a busy schedule this year competing in a total of 17 meets. They work hard day after day from 3:30 to 5:00 striving for perfection. 1 Their five coaches, Head Coach Whitmire. Evans, Standridge, ' and Krch have donated much of their time. Their efforts will show through their record when the season is completed . W 5. . WD. ,gffmj-ll' s 'Q-Lada' '-H ' .vnF' ', -r ' " -v-Hip. qv-I's.Q, . Q -A twlaf ' 5' -.M 'S ,401 Q ' 4' K 'X , + R " " F , . K - . . ' " ' 1' r -W +-' A 1 'V'-i 3 'v . . . . vt - W' ff gr' Q. -3-.Q ' j,-5-,., . Y fr iff.-A j"?'1 , W L 1 'cf Y -'i 1 Q K f -r 5 I2 r sffwl' .f .. . M J' V ' - ' 'ivfisff' . 'L r' - 'A ' , - . - v Q, s A 4 V-iW,ai,.x 3. t f- . - , p s wg, '-Q '- - f - . . fog , 2 .2 .fx J..-W1 ' - - ' , A i A Q.. or -1 S L '.,,,. I Q' tm . - 9 xgfsl, ,, Riff ,Qu ff. K " K . Q? --f Lk - . .' v f gk "W + ., ' R- n..--.. .- r , , ' gf.. 0 A ,. W' 'deg s-'SiW'x:q. . Il' W " r' U-. - v A ' ' 'Mus-A'i , .. 4. -.sm t.. , V ,, mfr. ...-- 'ate 'Nii- ' ws... ...... TRACK - E. Qurntanrlla, D. Morton, D. Boyer, K. McQuigg, K. Cole. T. Strickland, D. Goggins, D. Marsh, S. Florence, M. Crinenden, T. er, E. Keeler, D. Carrell. L. Munsey, R. Commet, B. Foster, S. Mitchell, B. McFarlane. M. Holobach, J. Mesaros, J. Alexander, M. Szuek- L. Hayes, K. McLeod, M. Warnd, M. Benedict, R. Monroe, J. Mclntosh, P. Cason. R. Bills, G. Rowe. R. McLean. Mary Anne Bruce, M. Combs. r, Sharon Phillips. Varsiig Tennis . . . Anoiher Smashing Season! R ' ,, x ,,, 1 Under the direction of Coach Art Vince the Varsity Tennis Team is looking forward to another good season. The Team will have a very busy schedule of 21 matches opening with Kearsley on April 5th and ending on June 3rd with State Finals. Good Luck and keep up the good work men! I ! SUPER SENIORS - Jim Parkhurst, Dennis Schaffer, Don Kolebar. and John Morrow. L p ' ',',' ' ', . . . . .,,... .figgsl , . ft- . . A , f Q "" 1: lffayfsli.'-'.'. s '- n. . .r.. n 1 'ala ""' ,-.1 - ' MJ ,, T ' 1 '..l,I.' " :f:11nz,,'l,, ,ls- M 'fr i X ffff w -+ W- ,I 1 X... - ., ML' . I ' ' L A V - .1 ARSITY TENNIS - Gerry Gardena. Jim Straley. Mark Matus, lim Parkhurst, Pat Prosser, Larry Wittock, Terry Wittock, Mike Lutton, Coach ince. Steve Morgan, Greg Edgecomb. Chuck Hornung, Don Kolebar, Pete Olin. Jack Wheatley. John Morrow. 9 0 Varsiig Qofiball COACH POORE MANAGERS: Tom Miszemis, Rhonda Woods The Raider Varsity Softball Team, which took second place in the Big Nine last year, is striving to gain the championship in '77 with eight returning letter winners. Our girls have a tough season ahead, playing 14 double headers. Let's pitch in and help support our team! ! ! SUPER SENIORS - Mary Rau. Ann Anderson. Not Pictured: Jan Melanson. xNR N i , E: s K: WSI? s Si -f as li as " Q F3 ' i s ni x xxx 1 W Nfl ' 355 5115 fi , f N Y x :M 'xii S x wwf ..,.. ,. X ma N -yr iff ff 5 of X I OFTBALL Mary Rau Ann Anderson Tammy Evans Kris Hansen Tina Chmelar. Mary Schaffer. Carolyn Ward, Cheryl Walser, Judy Deroche, Mitzi 121 Girl Golfers - "Bogeg Down! Sm? "V :fy ,wi WWQYYNH 3 X K Q S W x SENIORS - Shelly Whilliams, Kim Johnston. Vickie Piuowski With their new coach, Mr. Bill Snyder, the Girl's Golf Team . swings into their third season with Albion on April 11th. Girls Golf is a rather new sport with only three teams in the Big Nine: Flush- ing, Grand Blanc, and Davison. The girls have been practicing extra hard to make this season a big success. We wish you all the best of luck this year and in the future! ... .wow can - , if 'V ew- ' an-Q... 5 vw.. W t .. KW-x'U""'., ., tw, to - ,,, 5.4 My "' ' vesfdzf Queeg-as ' ' ' . ' -- W' 2,13 .K 'i s 5. ' , . 5 ' . my nf.-M.. - , iw if . I if i 5 -f' -tr XSS' v , 49" IRLS VARSITY GOLF - Sue Holaly. Jean Errickson. Sue Iones. Ellen Meleski. Mr. Synder. Tricia Klost- rman. Martha Conlen. Mary Io Morris. Missing from picture - Kim Johnston, Shelly williams, Vickie iotrowski. Jennie Knight. N 123 4 Varsiig Baseball Hiis I+ Home! ?T,?pgSt?7vk-1-iv.,.,-. . . , 'Cal Xv'+-':- .,. M1 .Q pun A -M-N.x,.4 haw N W .fm ' A .. ,X ,, if Fig, , Q my I-.Uk-1 M W..- :dn v . ,N.,.- ,,...1,f,..,g4iP f' Q A ".kZ?kll-IV? In ,V .av X-fwt. L f . ., .4 syi " ' ,.. X 1 l X s g. :swf-f1'sf"' wr .f..ia. can V44 1 4 The Varsity Baseball Team returns again this Spring looking for- ward to a championship. With 11 returning letter winners they are looking in good form. The team consists of 12 seniors, 5 juniors, and 2 sophomores. We wish them all the luck, for this year, and years to come! ! SUPER SENIORS - Dave Miller. Rick Wyles. Mike St. Iohn. Danny Clarence, Pooch, Chuck Britton, Mike Teeples, Kevin Gibbs, Lou Cappo, Ken Gibbs, Jim Russell. l .Qu L - SITY BASEBALL - Ban Maxon, Joe Okenowski, Rick wyles, Chuck Briuon, Ron Buffa, Dave Puchilowski, Mark Duncan, Mark Ostrowski, Lee Ruegseg- , Ioe Linder, Dave MacDonald, Mau Boudreau, Kevin Lieffers, Jim Russell, Dave Miller, Lars Hansen. Mike Teeples, Danny Clarence, Kevin Gibbs, Gibbs. Coach Yeagley. J.V. and Frosh in Spring Sporis. Ngxlx.. ' A X U A 4. A JUNIOR VARSITY TENNIS us , Q I I A JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS SOFTBALL fx GIRLS TRACK I r IUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL L .iw ,. Underclassmen Trg-ouis. TRACK FRESHMAN BASEBALL Y... X 7 J.V. and Frosh . . . Building for lhe Fulure Fall Sporls J.V. CHEERLEADERS - N. Salvati, L. Bison, K. Osowski. S. Lake. L. George. S. Holaly, Meleski, R. White, N. McCany, C. E1Haje, T. Bennett. ruth .,1,,,. NSS J.V. GIRLS' BASKETBALL - S. Spiegel 1103. D. Hudzik1423, M. Schaffer 1203, C. Ward 1123, Christiansen 1143. A. Vincent 1503. K. Rau 1303, P. Austin 1243. J. Hogan 1403. P. Morris 153 McManama 1323. J. Princing1343, Coach - Debra Olivo, K. Faught1223. I. Harris 1443, L. F J.V. FOOTBALL - M. Torok18"l3, G. Lenhart 1673. T. Otero 1233. M. ,lenniches1203. B. Keeler 1813, C. Mitchell 1453. M. Crittenden ' 1363. C. Melki 1223, w. Lepczyk 1663, Trainer - D. Mitchell, Trainer - P. Hender- Q son. D. Green 1293, P. shabaz 1523, D. Q Peterson 1303. J. Roddie1853. D. Gamer1213. i S. Ausiello 1403, R. Blackmore 1253, J. I Christiansen 1183. P. Weiss1533, M. Elasi- A vich 1513, Coach - G. Whitmire, Coach - R. Jakeway, E. Mattison 1743, J. Brotherton 1773. C. Hameline 1863, T. Mucha 1713, J. Johnson 1833. L. Ruegsegger 1643, M. McCollum 1503, Coach - D. Coggins, Trainer - R. Jessop, Trainer - N. Vergith, C. Mack 1703, B. Goodroe 1343, T. l-licltmott 1443, G. Reed 1723, S. Barcey 1763, J. Snell 1913, R. Cannoy 1653, K. Gatenby 1243, M. Wing1313, M. Schma1er1423. S l I 128 The Junior Varsity and Freshman teams all had very suc- cessful seasons this year. They weren't always number one in their conference, but they showed spirit, determina- tion, and real team effort. We are all looking forward to seeing them in Varsity action next year. Go get 'em Raid- ers! CHEERLEADERS - C. Cowden, R. Boudreau, B. Meleski, K. Black, I. Gleason, E. M. Furse, S. Noffsinger, A. Doyle. T. Bonardelli. GOLF - M. Bland. M. Williams, J. Young, G. Motschenbacher, M. Coggins, T. Messmore, Coach Geese, M. Catanzaro, M. Wonderlic, M. McCabe, J. Scott. J. Beck. K. Cohee. P. Brown. . FRESHMAN FOOTBALL - Coach lim Hieftje. T. Fraim, B. Mattison. R. Parks, D. Walker, K. Zeleka, D. Rosencrantz, D. Karl, B. Thompson. T. Seroka, B. Winer, T. Petriella. Coach Kim VanPe1t, I. Tomalia. M. Marchky, M. Martin, K. Lang. T. Lane, P. Coggins. M. Morgan. Vince Mercier. M. McCullough, C. Davis, B. Houck, S. Hoff- man, A. Everman. D. Alexander, R. Mac- Main, M. Lyman. B. Evans, J. Dunan, M. Scarberry, M. Tabaszewski, S. Burtrum, S. Carlson, K. Blair, M. Kelly, T. Klimasten- ski, D. LaFleur. Brad Maxon, J. Newwell, S. Trantham, I. Mack. A. Paul. S. Benedict, C. Bosley. S. Prosser. S. Donnay. D. Bade. M. Baldwin, B. Young, B. Martin, T. Gerow. , A I QV... Q' 129 J.V.. Qophomores and Frosh in Winier Sporls Acfion l30 A 9 A A77 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL - Laurie Bison, Marsha Randall. Jenny Combs. Jane Hunter, Veronica Donna Vermette, Mary Bammert. Kelly Reel. Sue Strickland. Julie Buecking. Nancy Ruesr Groat. Sylvi Sell, Carol Pobuda, Cathy Miller. Coach Sue McLa1ian. Cheryl Walset, Kelly Falk Bowden. Brenda Karl. Sue Ziegler, Cindy Smith. Linda Hicks. Nancy Parkhurst. Tina Dlffin, Tracy Wilfong, Karen Most, Robin Conrad, Lynn Young. Tammy Crabb, Denise Emily. Rita Randi Lewis. Jenny Hill. Laurie Walden. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL - Coach Steven Kem, Randy Blackmore, lohn Lewis. Troy Scully. NI Holobach, Mark Matus. Greg Issac, Bob Rodgers, Steve Rousseau, Jack Johnson, Tim Davidek. 1 Schnleder. Bob Gusrin. Mike Giles, Clayton I-lameline. 5 E i 1 FROSH WRESTLING - M. Martin, C. Davis. J. Splnney. A. Everman. E. Routhier. M. Volrz, M. lc son. S. Storm, M. Mcvannel, B. wehrll, D. Mitchell, Coach Brian Waltz, D. Eilzman, D. Saville Young. J. Neall, S. Tranrhum. B. McNiff, M. Srda, M. Miller. .V. BASKETBALL - Scott Florence, Mike Hudzik. Gary Wlttbrodt. Doug Lowry, Mark Wagner, Drake Famer, Paul Stienborn. Jeff Garity. Ron Harris. Jim Faught, Brian Evans. Coach Dennis Noe, Trainer lark Duncan. iOSH BASKETBALL - Manager Tony Gerow. Kevin MacArthur. Darrin Walker, Pete Haas, Todd ecker, Russ Parks. Steve Hoffman, Joe Deguise. Trainer Dan Alexander. Mitch Baldwin, Brent Evans. hott Carlson, Ken Blair, Bob Young, Alan Paul. Brad Maxon, Jeff Duncan, Dan Bade. Steve Donnay. ave LaFleur. Rich Horvath. Coach Rider. . WRESTLING - D. Eltzman, D. Routhier, M. Martin, S. Trantham, D. Huff, K. Travis, B. 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My mjgil -. fx. . t 1 Aggg, , ,Q . .i5lA..4,5m,,,' H. Ag- .,'- ,,,,.-.3 ,,.,,.-f M . , , m m Q A., ,q,,3,, "Q-Q xg ," , Q V ,. ' 7 1:-.zf P, ...- .. -X ' 'b ' x " . H' A ,fx -.iL,u,, 4 ww ?ffiEQw.Tf?fw QQ Nia , , , - X Mm , Qs, ii f Q1 X , ,, A X , , -My X . , , -out 4- N-...... gg N5 T., 2. t Pnnc1 W, S 7' Mrs. Parkhurst - Office Secretary Af' Qtvv-Q . Rathfon - Attendance Secretary A Q Mrs. Kennedy - Library Secretary Mrs. Adamson - Office Secretary 4' .l"" s... Mrs. Clark - Attendance Secretary Q' Q I s Q Q Mrs. Smith - Guidance Secretary Board of Ed uoaiion Board of Education members are Mr. Van Collins, Mr. Dar Christianson, Mrs. Marjo- rie Kunz, Mrs. Inez White, Dr. Merle McDonald fSuperintendentJ, Mr. James Leszczynski, Mr. Niler Pyeatt. and Dr. Jon Schriner Cnot showny. Adminish-aiion Secreiaries 'The administration and secretaries keep the school system running "smoothly and efficiently." Mr. Holman looks over a game schedule while Mr. Brissaud seems relieved to get through with another year. Miss Kramek - Librarian wr 'cw 'T ,rw Mrs. Gordon - Librarian , Mrs. Reinhard - Counselor Mr Beison Counsglor Mr Chase Counsplor Hiding from pesly srudcnts . r..w-m:...s . ,ei it diss 5, --J' ,M ' Counselor Mrss Dickey - English l i K Miss Hollenbeck - English Mrs. Dawson - English Mrs. Nichols - English COUNSELORS The counseling department is concerned with helping the students deal with classes, scheduling, and personal problems. They are a great asset to the high school staff, because they get to know and understand the students. As you can tell by their expres- sions, they really are a serious group of peo- ple! LIBRARIANQ Two important women in the school are the librarians. They show students where to find information for book reports, term papers, etc., and everybody has had to do one of those some time or another! By the looks on their faces, they've come across a problem, but no doubt they can find a book on how to solve it! ENGLISH Considering that the majority rules, the English Department will be continued on the next page. Miss Moore 332 S ........-.-I 4 I 5 . 3 i - I E Q .. K 5 5 l l I 4 . l 5 5 5 5 3 f T 5 L fb. S W M ,x A 'K ...poll 3 'l k .N ,,,4uo! 5' ki: Y , i ,...,.- 5 'Y I ...ov f 94 Mr. Hamhfield .LAX ls 'N 1 ry An.- R . Y. i 186 Miss Barnes lu.-HN "l-lall! Hail! The gang's all here!" as Mr. Hamilton Mis . Rowland M, I Semen Mrs. Rundell Mu . Chovanec Mn . Andrus Mrs . PBRODB ENGLISH The English Departrnent's main concern is the stu- dent and his knowledge of language and literature. The variety of classes offered are creative and inter- esting. The teachers are always willing to give extra help to anyone who needs it, as Mrs. Rundell shows. 7 H5311 SFES' I ' Mr. Marx - BUSINESS Miss Makowski - BUSINESS Mr. Kem - BUSINESS i a I .,w1" 3 Mr. Bemis - BUSINESS Mr. Van Peh - BUSINESS A -...nf 5 s I l , xi I x X , Mr. Noe - BUSINESS Mrs. Wells - BUSINESS Miss Poquette - BUSINESS r, 'SZ 5' -an-1---A, - af"' Y ' "M-Q-..- 'H -- I. 51, sup, s-'W lasts " Mrs. Fensch - HOME EC Mrs. Robinson - HOME EC Business If you want to prepare yourself for the working world, these teachers can give you the basics you will need. Subjects range from accounting, to business law , to typing. As you can see, Mrs. Wells loves to operate the equipment available to classes. Cor- rectly typed reports seem to make Mr. Marx's day. Home Ec If preparing balanced meals and becoming efficient in home management is what you have in mind, the home ec department is ready to help you. Other topics such as nutrition are also taught. This seems to be on Mrs. Fensch's mind as she stocks up the refrigerator . ggi .., -Y Z 2 ii ff l Mr. Gzym fi .' ' xs. an Mxs. Hudson Mx. Waltz l f Q ' 452 Mr . Haapala Mr . Rider env MI. Vince Mrs, Flynn illilllllllllllllllll Y Mr. Geese 1 insulin su Mr. Nelson Mrs. Brust The Hideout MATH The Math Department is doing a terrific job teaching the students to leam more about the com- plexity of numbers. The subject is a difficult one to teach, and as seen in the candid, even the teachers need a break once in a while! 191 Mr. Prohazka - Phys. Ed I Q 1 'll-na Mrs. Olive - Phys. Ed. Mr. Harland - Phys. Ed. 'M bww:- .. em. Yun: " --.a.,. I 1 f - ' 6 A. f Miss Poore - Phys. Ed. Mr. Smith - Phys. Ed. -JL. Q Guarding the halls. Mn. Brier - Phys. Ed. You do ltl 5 4 Robertson Social Studies Mr. Burroughs - Social Studies Mr. Dean - Social Studies 1 , ----at-gg. Six! Mr. Smith - Social Studies PHYSICAL EDUCATION The Physical Education Department is designed to keep students physically fit and active. The depart- ment consists of six coaches and teachers who do their job by really making the kids work. but the stu- dents have fun at the same time. As you can see by the looks on Coach Har1and's and Coach Smith's faces, they are serious about their work, but they really are nice guys. SOCIAL STUDIES The majority still rules, so this department will be continued on the following page . 193 -L ,L ,Q x 12 .f r f ,Y 1 mx li! 21 3 + w Q S' we xg K l X , , N x . x. x ye 1 ,gi QQ A X A KN. Q-um..,..-......--...,..,.,,,, Mr. Marlin Mr. Gandolfi X -N SNMP ? . s R? , Miss McL:xlin Mr. Evans Q QARQQQ if? fi 5, XVI K NN MR yin 4 Q "fi 3 fi ' ef - iq , yf f Mr. King Mr. Yeagley Mr. Gromak g Mr. Mikolowski Mr. Ballagh Social Studies in action Mr. Park SOCIAL STUDIES The social studies department is con- cerned with giving students sound back- ground information on history, government, and current affairs. As you can see, Mr. Gandolfi's main concern is focused on exploring other places rather than teaching about them. Mr. Ballagh also shows great enthusiasm towards his work. , Y.-...-.. M N . I gr ,NI f-ev , Lm:..n fn gi-v ii Mr. Winldel - ART Mr. Wolfgang - ART Creative minds need time to rest. I Y Q I 'Y x -1,-' 's E gl 2 Sf if fi MI. Kandow - SCIENCE Mr. Whilmire - SCIENCE Mr. Gillam - SCIENCE - ,, ., 'L '- if 196 Mr. Yenior - SCIENCE Mr. Hinds - SCIENCE Tiki 5 . O I Miss Zavoda - SCIENCE 5 ,s Mr. Coggins - SCXENCE Science stimulates the mind . '- I Mr. Hughes - SCIENCE M...,,.,..,...,,,...m.... Mr. Ruotanen - SCIENCE AH Mr. Wolfgang and Mr. Winkiel teach their students to express themselves cre- atively through drawing, painting, photog- raphy, and other media. Here Mr. Wolfgang takes a coffee break before inspiring his next class. Science If you have some questions concerning chemistry, physics. or biology, the science teachers can help you with them. Mr. Hughes already knows the answer to one problem and Mr. Yenior is working hard to solve another. I, E. g.i Mr. Blackford - MUSIC Mrs. Aubrey - SPANISH Mxs. Seijas - SPANISH k4"C 1 w Miss Graham - MUSIC vm! I 198 NW? QI Miss Kuhlman - FRENCH MIS. Olin - FRENCH Mr. wauerwornh - MUSIC Mr. Mason - SPECIAL EDUCATION Mr. Bow - PSYCHOLOGIST ----f'vC"""y Mr. LaBe11e - Social Worker Mx. Zawlocki - Special Needs Mr. Cory - Counselor Ms. Murphy - School Nurse FOREIGN LANGUAGE There are four foreign language teachers in the department. They have a lot to offer in the study of the language and culture of French and Spanish speaking countries. MUSIC The music department has a lot to be proud of again this year. Many fine instrumentalists and vocalists have come out of this department, thanks to their good instructors. SPECIAL NEEDS Some other important people in our school in addition to the administration and teachers are the new school nurse, psychologist, and social worker, the two special needs teachers. Also pictured is Mr. Cory who just joined the counseling staff. 199 k wx ..., as fam A we iff? WSWS' A 2 ist f! i me sm ,Y i T Q t Al' -.fl 1 I 5 Q31 .. .t:, W. ,l.Q. B. Mr. Hoffman - INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mx. Walworth - INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. Denkirls - INDUSTRIAL ARTS MI I5 -.,iLf, Lf , jf 1 aewsrd., 4...,,"j , L.-I E . ,l g "iff 4'-rvn. . , Q--Q11 Mr. Pierce - INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. way - INDUSTRIAL ARTS Reading, Resting, or 'Rith metic? 3 x Q I Q I 2 s X' ft I ff:fr-: V if-5:7 200 Mr. Becker - INDUSTRIAL ARTS "Which twin has the Toni?" "Not bad." ,-vvvr' -0 :gf j Q ', ki, 4 aLx, .sa-r 'f ,av I 1 I Mr. Matousek - Co-op ll. as V ' y Q N KN y . Mrs. Roberts - Co-op bv All right, you two! Mr. Noble - Co-op INDUSTRIAL ARTS If you enjoy working with wood and metals, the Industrial Arts department has the instructors that can show you the right way to build what you need. There are many other topics such as auto mainte- nance and mechanical drawing. Here Mr. Hoffman demonstrates the strength required to participate in the house construction program. Co-Op The Co-op Department allows students a chance to work and carry normal class hours as well. Responsi- bility and dependability are stressed. As you can see by Mrs. Roberts' expression, the Co-op department is always willing to help. -1 gun 201 9' xllfv . ' 13 I . , wr ix -fy. .ff L -ada 31 .Af A1 Y: vo' Y f ,Q X Q fs' X . N, 6' N Xe X P- N' x X V S 4? w X .ex V, ?N. .J 'X Q.. . 4 As, you may know, students voted on teacher personalities this year, and here are the results: Most Dignified - Mr. Burroughs Miss Zavoda Most Effective Teaching Methods - Mr. Smith Miss Moore Most Original - Mr. Wolfgang Mrs. Flynn Most Understanding - Mr. Hughes Miss Hollenbeck Wittiest - Mr. Gandolfi Mrs. Rundell Most Energetic - Mr. Gillam Miss McLa1in Most Sincere - Mr. Yenior Mrs. Rowland Most Tactful - Mr. Evans Mrs. Perrone 20 I Mrs. Perrone. Mr. Evans 7 W . X QAM war'-wU THE PERANNOS STAFF 1?-a,, OF '77 34' 'fa dV Sincerely Thank: .A Qt? I-ucKs STUDIO Q32 ALL THE BUSINESTISEQ IN FLUSHING K X3 L04 yy, 9 1 I I. Contributions, Ungiigglming, and Guidance 1 is U5 Q YBFJJ-1. ESK53-Maw NLQGQQQ 3 ia W GUAM? www . MW 22 m E Zi? 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Mew Qgxmk .aa D 1-s , 745 if Good Luck Seniors From FLUSHIN6 PHARMACY 81 the Point in Flushing OL9- 5595 Y s QQ is If s , 7 , Y r: . 5 , , R 5 if 45 if ny..-.L Congra+ula+ions Seniors THE couNTY soumla Doug Bosley G-6878 Pierson Rd. Flushing, Michigan Phone - 659-5601-2-3 Private Rooms Available for Parties and Banquets Try Our Epicurean Room and Our Cape Cod Room ' N . A . hr 2 kg, 5 I H, S x K, l ts Q as s f 0 5, v ll QS B 3 il! 4' X Q X w. A Y A .5 Vr- X ' I' 'S 'N gg ff FQ, :Z gl as SX X5 gs? rg N , X A Av o 'W if 3 5 b , Q -P . x X f v in wi ? H-f wg TX 'X x 'IN Nu- Q 1 K X 'X ' ' K . N,. NN k V XX. - W ., ,f K 5 K QX L X" H.. Q' Q: . D. an , 9' X - ' bi Q V 6 zgwrwq, X X -- XX ,K . 'sw PX , - i 1' SF! x X - M., x X35 N ,X K x SS., xiigimli . K - .S , lk, M -'f XX cg t 'Q QFXS5ffV X we 3 .5 'P' NN-- X ,, - .-.- , K . q.w- ks. SX W- - K . 1 1 ' 'X ' " . 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Main Flushing, Mich. 659-8191 LINDSLEY HARDWARE AND RENTAL VL BU ECH E'S SHOP-RITE Maynard and Phil Bueche Congra+ula'I'ions +o Hue Class of I977 FLOWERS BY KIMBERLEY 659-3201 Hs. wk C9 af :E N,f' E Qfdbx sky V ' 1' Q "E ' ' Y 5? C i 0 Luck Seniors 'W' E. g , Congra+ula+ionsEf 'QE Q From N M6 - A ' ' FRAWLEY' as 5 RAGAN 15' :Wg -f AND 4. Q E Seeds eeds ff'-Q 1 . A Q., ,Qi ins.. ' XX " 1' N ,awk 1 ..i 311 Q yi Y BAILEY E f AGENCY Q w , i 5 S f Q 5122 E. Main sr. , U 'Phone 659-9835 y 4 T e f E ,Y ,K T ' a Q wk 4, ,. ,gina W WFMFQTXJ , wt L ' Wi:1, AX naw , I .f . g I L i E B ' 'V' Q az Q .Q F S V U' K, Q X 'v Y v EX. r A Q . Y K ' 3, Q E E 5 , Ll Y SQEQ riw"Q 'MQ 3 Zh .W ' x 'id - . W QF x. nf. . l If - E , M: f ...Q me Y , P u k F Q yy- 3 , I , x Sincere Wishes 'For a Successful Fufure +o ihe Class of I977 From PARAMONT DRESS SHOP Q THE DENIM F DOOR l Nationally Advertised wgmggslt Ladies' Clothing and Accessories pshop y 117 E. Main St. Flushing 659-5272 113 N. McKinley 659-2491 11 2 Much Success , RAIDERS!! mnnluf And When You Have Need for: ,A B R R E Wedding Flowers Corsages 'S GI Green Plants Terrariums 5 1 BOUTIQUE or ANY Fresh Flowers, 'K Dried Arrangements, Plants, 'L BQ Classes Offered: ef Gift Items- Remember ' Bmmg' Morning, Afternoon, and Evening mamma' Tous PAINTING Beginners - Oils and Acrylics Advanced - Oils and Acrylics T Teen Tole CAges 12-165 - Oils Country Carving WOO Fish and Chips Macrame Dip and Drape qi Sea Food Platters Flower and Country Weed m G 6 OUR SPECIAL Arrangements g Take-Out Orders HOURS 'MG' Always Available Mon.-wed. 9-9 Thurs. 9-5:30 Lunch or Dinner Fri- 9-6 Sat- 9-5 301 E. Main 659-1351 M-im--f gzllrlillil' -eliiersiaiaand Elms lhmhmg' Mulligan 45433 2'4 C3135 E59-3521 f . 6 1 .1 T- t T DALTON tVIATION CO. Champion Aircraft Dis. Dalton Airport HERB KINNEE GARY YOUNG Come in for the Best Value in Car, Home, Life and Health Insurance CHUBBY'S WALLPAPER AND PAINT f Flushing Michigan Like a Good w 11 ' ' Neighbor . 3 Paper State Farm Is There AH Supphes Palm OL 9 4061 OL 9 6900 Windowshades ol. 9-6313 SH EFFIELDS PARTY SHOP Delicatessen Hand-Dipped Ice Cream Fresh Bake Goods Daily Party Trays Made to Order Wide Selection of Groceries 805 Chamberlain 659-9822 .-Sat. 7-11 Sun 9 11 All Work Done in Own Shop Congraiulaiions Seniors .x-.mal lif,. 900 Z. 9 1 I 0' Pagaim g jwmku' r-nies.. 108 E. Main St. Flushing, Mich. Phone 659-1511 Downtown Flushing 215 as HA A eff K 6 1 'Q , y , 'H w J 1 in ,cv-, Q l 'X ,Q ul. 4 ff .Q - Q -5 W r any x' 'Sw KMA. Q X Q 1 :eww VA ,, w :SX Q 9 , in-mf 1 'U 36: 3 P' is SS' x ef ip, ' if Q1 . 'hx V A a,f g-S N my QF Win Qi- 'SE N Q X 5 QW : Q 5 Q F 3 by ,Rss Q we 0' . . g ,SV ,7 v' Q Q ji' X Xxxwx. X x , -sa, 'K x x QS Q, A Q Ax K 1 C .Eh V' in in X ,I xxx... 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