Negaunee High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Negaunee, MI)

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We are not sure we want, but we know what we don't want--- We don't want another Vietnam-- Another war? Another useless, senseless war where Americans died, were maimed, were imprisoned. Oh, no we DON'T want that. And we don't want to be manipulated by advertisers any- more to buy more and more and more. No more keeping up with the Joneses. Absolutely not. 7 I I -I f 27 4. 3 Gig 3. ,L-:xi ' " 'K 5+ . We don't want to work for work's sake -- no more 60 hour weeks -- even 40 is too long BECAUSE there 's more to life than work. We don't want color lines -- not even imaginary ones -- no black, no red, no white. We don't want our phones bugged, nor people cheating on welfare, nor protection agencies frightening our stores. V And we don't want higher taxes and more government programs. We don't want the dollar to shrink anymore. 9 Z FQ? lei -. i Men And Women Progress Together I Or Not At All. - Gloria Steinem "'Y' jr N a gui X H ."'acf"", I don't want "equaIity',' with men or anybody else. I want Something much more. Iwant recognition of my value and uniqueness as a person -- not a woman. I want opportunity to perform creative work. I want full freedom and cooperation to evolve as a human being, to gain wisdom and knowledge. I -- Gene Knudsen Hoffman 11 The threat is never simply from technologyp ma- chines are neutral. The threat is people capable of treating other people as machines. Phillip Jackson Q 1' 1 ...f ""jj 3 gi 2 .fjlx ' "ri f-' "' I h. .f . I rvv . 13 - ,- TO ALL THE CHILDREN OF EARTH YOU shall live in harmony with all the earth an YOU shall return to the earth all the organic gives to you. Y DO not put greed above duty, nor wealth ab DO not demand useless things or trade for u EVERY man Shall have his fair share of the YOU shall fight to protect the earthy it is yo BE masters of technology and not itsslaves YOU shall make beautiful and enduring wha YOU shall keep faith with future generation their inheritance. WHEN all this is done, come together with all y the joy of life. These are the commandments of the Ne E th Composed by Environmental Teach-In Committee of Milwaukee 14 J X pq. 'K :.:'.:-2-.mf.,t: Postscript to Water args EA to chall nge teaol if N - - ' - re seek f .sp .- APD - H l and violent Journey H110 he police and FBI agents went to a house he I V ah end, Pat?'icignlglearSl WHS !'911flil0dF0daY :om ne else in connection with the Hearst inylestlgatiggialig 'DOA the parents she had renounced as pigs. Hel' father Said She l-lea. t anddher comrades were arrested wi ou re I t h me, . o ic rs sal . 4 , Q . afsyqzvgs Eaggxyg. she really wants to come home," Randolph Fo r or five FBj fmfers-Q his wife visited their daughter at a hous , the FBI Sl ' ' y where she is being held on bank On of the pol 4 E -I 'iii e Hea twhenitwi ' J X ' rr and hugged her and kissed her." the r m and ar! A1 . lj Honor may exist among thieves but'men at the jail. "We just Said we twlic saidh I y ' 5 Arrf . .' "D n't s oot, r Marquette Township camp belonging ti h t. the nauods history came ,nm asey quote . , N P9SFhhfndn,gtc:li,:::lch ioghzerggugrjneixaly xilthushe capture of 'Miss Hearst offic r entered., l 2 two gzndiahlalfioot hast?-:arved oai alta! had been 19 mantle Since she had resid mia' seem Fri nine stained-glass windows were stoledd for the" Wealth' h. 21. ear-C K e Said- Don ELYRIA, Ohio ..4UpD- Ai' EAST H The camp known asthe Villa St.Joaep' the money 19 .ree 'F y ' 3 ear-old youth, kept alive, fUPlJ-Ph Saturday arid Yesterday. Rev. Joseph Oofe than 51 mnhm ball' Hearst fusepti12lbyame'suPP0'El Commurlic' ' -' g ' d , ' c 'ne is parents wante 1 1' ' g palliEv1.rC?apr,r:eedsa?:ietl,1IeeE:'lafi:1eyi?f? geaglley for the naWSPaP9l'the'feS5, 23 , connected, died eairly Sat-I gfsgivegfsv unknown. He said the camp suffered n. of .the terrorist Symgavnfaoi 151, 2 S ay vf heart failure.. Hisi d a y wit State P01ice said atleast two persons wsald he would See V uc ' 1 -Z M engvhaaeiggiet-lerilie' death protesgers ' ... m H l . 'n e , 3 ::21a:sf:::,1mmc:?c:4TFg,!2f,:ted eastof Cou the Sujiigen and E E .5 andal Carmen, a' senior at legs wat 321. Troopers said ei Police Sa Here's How to Get Off the A'dV6I'tiSiIlE:' WASHINGTON-KAPJ-If creasing postal rates, adver- Thi-5 you.don't want all those ad- tisers are more than willing to N,Y,, vertisements cluttering up, take your name off their lists. "W your mail box, ,then advertis- more ers don't want to send them to "If you don't want advertis- lists,' you. They can't affort it. ing mail, then you can write to "Fr Postal Service figures show us'and we'll send you a form gettir that thind-class bulk mail has that will enable you to get and decreased in each of the last your name off mailing lists," we m two fiscal years after rising said John Jay Daly, senior sayin- steadily since fiscal 1961. vice-president of the Direct cently And largely because of in- Mail-Marketing Association. you 0, Miss America wants choice NEW YORK KAPY- Tawny Elaine Godin, the newly crowned Miss America, says she believes a"'-"i""'4md-nne- marital sex a vidual. " wo an have the fr Miss Godin told a news con- ference on Monday. The 18-year-old college stu- dent and pianist. who plans to become a linguistics m-gfesgpr, finldmi nrrrseoan-.F fm :fi S I-Es. : 525 five Ega :J U 632 E311 VINE 0 E22 where: ii . S -Jla, ball with friends. week later, neurosurgl his parents, Mr. and! hard K. Carmen, of on, located south of theastern Ohio city, ' Vs 'brain waves were fl anlng there was no eld activity ln the brain.! sditlon is called 'I ith." l 'he parents sought to' ria Memorial Hospi t off the machine Louis' Torn Protea ' LOUISVILLE, - Police, reinl National Guard i day herded som protesters aboar of their fury - buses -- to brea. rican-Bo, T e F ll' a I Am PatriotsTourism Votg Pc . a A .. f To Strike' Toda 3 igall ru--:urn on me 2. 'They said hospita vas to "make every lstain life, even if thi is using highly sop g procedures." 1 e Carmen's then 1 d an attomey to cons gal battle to have the 1 disconnected. ' fe had a family gath -I-L4 --J 1.41-1 . equipment or other! largest new raci ing program. GOV. JULIAN sponding to loca help, called out tl early Saturday Louisville-area t cope with demor ing over court-or of 22,600 students Saturdays A ar mgkgr ha- FOXBORO, Mass. - CAPJ - The New England Patriots, in ' ' ""v the start UP plit on p 16 Pro ose 'Ce IGI' firings vaptured ing swered a question as to how she was caught by saying, iss hell I knew." ' ' "Isaac, 'lt's been a long time since we've seen you, And she said, 'I wish it had been long t sitting there and two policemen ir," Mrs. Broussard quoted Miss 3 0 ,V r 1CSt iussard, 23, who was being releasednl I charge, said she talked with Miss gstedg eing booked l J ,broadly and waved at rep iced ets Ladera! courthouse in a tigh -In AP and UPI ARTFORD, Conn... lli Berri an, P 8 lted Roman C ,and a n t i - 'as arrested 1 about 15 forjallegedly int pn four :tional air id '-the former , . Vllle gave a clenchedfistsalute as ex- were arrested about an hot ftist Wendy Yoshimura, wl MU offers degree in aviation .A newly-developed associate degree in aviation echnology is now being of- 'ered by Northern Michigan atho- lIllli"f- I-4 H ears t,whof aces born state A -JI I CIA Keen on keeplnf on Y Michigan has good rs Mich. QAPJ - u:..l.:-. - --New WASHINGTON and, 'very rougli fruits and vege farmers are sold K Such Well-knOWn items as Suu ' reade LANSING, The head of It schools says 1 but claims th tion" Michig better than a Jniversity. E . , 'L um offering the aviation A special 4 0 Lakes butter, Ocean Spray cr :wellies and ...... ' program Nor, program wo Maid. raisins are the products of co-operatives. 5 them ls mg to kill the ever and And some, like Land O'Lakes, have even made it ,han in of indust woulhlike to onto such lists of America's corporate giants'as gud tichgnology and to prong for 1978 to the Fortune magazine tally of the nation's 1,000 A - - largest companies. 'orced EVEIIIGS All SEATS with the most mmanon' But th'e 5,000 co-operatives in the nation that U'00'P3i ron 9 - "Until then market almost S28 billion worth Of farm products 6 75 ' ' '20 e assume we'I annually have found the last few years anything 'd the symbol 9 than the rest but pleasant, and the way they do business is yellow school f I h ld Lai I, 'k UP a bannedqmhere is one thing the American P90919 S Qu S Sen 100th birthday, it is a SGP k Q nto a continuing interest and 1 ' ' fithin the next year. Q .- ' U l n an to the current mem V f k , - A Iistorical Society. It, - ' ,va ir counties, is the ideal llfschoolbus- "P""" . Mi 'd l'nterestinourht ' ' M' , r " ht, W -. wi ua i l 1- ingatgggoggcy fo Mies dedication to the past, IS lofi! I A Cafmu- 'C' - 3 V ' lved in bicentennia , . . , . 1 1 1 Lbecommg increaslnglyinvo . , H I . K ,. d ie gigergsiiigi mile deepening its potential asastorehousxehotf rnlegri G A V k migortlo htm: BS 3 C0I'9 f0r Preset g it QAPJ cionsldefingradang rel istyatm-5 riot. 2011 . ' . . 1 one, Thei In , 'N kul, a prev vo vemed., t a i eas. d, a b i i c'et 's hilosophy 15 8 Slmpe - ,wal-tqim, - ,alot-U.S. technicians to monitor me smai 'ere qs ng pationsohgsglfy Evifhout me sum gf an the 1058113 ' ' A' b Sed Frank Church D-Idaho rests raised breserving our local heritage takes involvemen a would kkmn:I?96u,:i31lZwtg,ghn?:Tmm,uwaremm-A1ie , would enable-Congress towithdraxv the-techniciqltl any time. ' l1'eltcs'sai.Qm'a1,.of.,the ii , H mw- - . ' I ntiolFalTg:a1i3naQolQmi!k6-said Smate4tbffaid1?s , are working o for the twoqroposals and Church si I- . office confirmed that 'Senawdides are drafting language for 17 both proposals. - ' - X' flaw fr! JQZLMZZ 605 ,J 1 AA sys px un- 9 . 1 J H we Q QQ" 2 ,Xfir- . ZS . S .L ' K 1 . vu 3' t 5' ,i 5 "W g JQ X - ,I 1 -1 Q f I. ,- -v r... W 5. x X k--- -Q gg ,- x 3. 5. ,XM x . -X .. .W X 6 Q, 'T' 1 2 I , ,nf f Q, I x fi Liff, n -wig 7 J A b K I-1-.3 X 4 ii . .gi L .4 .Tr- f wx- thank 'L..mf.x e BACK: Kevin Wickstrom, Bob Thompson, Stuart Sarasin, Tim Smith, Dave Manninen. FRONT: Susie Cardone, Judy Nykanen, Lynn Koski, Debbie Pelkie, Cheryl Rinne. 21 fl ,sf-1 !-. x Nx O 251' ' A A The place was the N.Nl.U. Great Lakes Rooms, the date was Nlay 3, 1975. The event was the Dinner Dance for the class of 1976, Burnt orange and yellow crepe paper and matching flowers helped set the scene, Lynn Koski was the decorating chairman. The junior class officers, Pete LaFreniere, John Johnson, Cheryl Rinne, Jean Mitchell, Lynn Koski, Renee Prusi, Judy Renaldi and advisor Mr. Don Campbell made the necessary arrange- ments. Approximately 225 people attended. Punch provided the music that made the May evening perfect for all. 23 Pioneer: The Book Sellers What doe ing yearb book. On is money. Money ea bars. The ads and y ads. Mary The othe as Renee board and together I' Dale does some shooting NHS in 13 good salesmanship have to do with publish- oks? Ask any of the staff of the 1975 year- important element of publishing yearbooks Money to pay for books, films, and pictures. rned by selling stationery, pens, and candy most important things that the staff sells are eearbooks. This year is tops in the selling of Jo Paris was the top seller at 150 books. important element is a good editor, such Prusi. She and her hard working editorial a staff with them. Started in August to bring book, That would give an honest picture of 75-76. BACK: Jean Mitchell, Linda Sylvester, Diane Matthews, Julie Parkk Ten, Laurie Flaa, Laura Reynolds and Kelly Laurila. AT TABLE: Mary Jo Paris, Susie Hallgren, Kelly Method, M rybeth Hamilton, Julie Britton, Steve An- derson, John Lenten, 'David St. Arnaud, Dessalee Larson, Terry Taskila and Debbie Nicholas. 24 BACK: Nancy Albright, Dale Rogers, Debbie Leiviska, Mark Trewhella, Michele Turino, Mike Kunnari, Stu Sar- asin and Kevin Anderson. AT TAB LE: Karen Ammesmaki, Jonica Agnoli, Jolene Marta, Debbie Saari, Jean Wer- tanen, Julie Kero, Connie Penhale, Eric Hager, Mary Koskey, Sarah Kemppainen, Jolene Kokko, and JoElIen Collins. 1 With a camera he's terrific! Randy has a customer if .f x wx 1 -'va , Next year's Business Manager 56,000 without an error 25 They Call It Periph I Vision Nl' .KMA .- 1 X BACK: D. Nicholas, K. Method, J. Renaldi, M. St. Arnaud and S. Hallgren. FRONT: J. Mitchell, J. Britton, J. Agnoli, T. Taskila, M. Hamilton, M. Bridges and M. Kunnari. CJ -f ' ,- . KI ll ,sl BACK: J. Rogers, S. Anderson, M. Lyons, C. Bridges, L. Mathews, F, Thomas, and L. Larson. FRONT: L. Price S, Matta, T. Rivers, E. Fossmo, D. Monroe, R. Prusi, M. Gustitus, K. Heikkinen, and K. Liuha. 26 A "Where there's a will there's a way" and Kris and Myke said we will have a paperg we will pay our own wayg we will do our own censorship. So they recruited Mike Kunnari and Marilyn Bridges and Mimographer Kelly Method and 35 other students from 7-12 grade, And what they willed, they did! Peripheral Vision publishes 16 times during the school year. It serves many purposes. The paper is an idea exchange, a polling Media, a news dispenser and a show case for Student writing, It asks questions and answers and makes people feel good. Lori Larson: Interviewer terrific Surprised? It's Myke Jean and her magic fingers i Getting their licks in Marilyn discusses an article 27 ' hi I git. Rated numbergl state, the Noylc Negaunee. The Mendlesohn, Co Bridges. NOVICE DEBATERS ii K7 Y HF KL? 'fbi K.: ,emefz .ty ,gif .gi 1 , P , ,,h.A ' 'LEYSE5 x . X ' 'C 'v:.:.,-1,-as --xr X -'V K Y , f,, A ' 2525 , , ' gfiii . I f ' 'Ej X -j' 1 1 , f Q, . 52:5 . t I A Vg '- r A 715k ' 4- K . .. Mg" sniigthe upper Periinstila and twentieth In tab Debates kept their excellent ,reputationiln erhbers who wenffdownstate were BethQ nieHMakeia, Helenglvlansen, and Caroline 1 'ig-Y xl' Se-J BACK L--R: Connie Mackela, Mr. Peterson, Jim Kontio, and Caroline Bridges, FRONT: Susan Mathews, Beth Mendelsohn, Helen Hansen, and Karen Erickson. 28 Lastyear's Varsity debate team ended the season with a coveted trophy Two debaters Terri and Mike finished their high school debate career as did Coach Holman. Members of the winning team were istandingi Mike Howell, Terri Marta, Steve Hill, and Mike Anderson. The Varsity did well with new coach Mr. Peterson with Kevin Erickson winning a first place speaker a- ward in Crystal Falls. In January at a meet in Northern Michigan they qualified for downstate competition. The topic for the year was "Resolve: That the Develop- ment and Allocation of the World Resources should be controlled by an International Organization." VARSITY DEBATERS rf: 1 5: 'I .SA E n C-7 Vim? BACK L--R: Kevin Anderson, John Warren, Steve Hill, and Mike Kunnari. FRONT: Kevin Erickson, Mary St. Arnaud, and Jon Weber. 29 Q EXPRESSION THROUGH FORENSICS Linda Olgren 6 'ss ,Atv .Q ,dv ' .. Caroline Bridges BACK: J. Koniio, N, Albright, Coach Peter- son, J. Mitchell, and J. Warren, ROW 2: S, Bouley, C, Makela, S, Garlick, ROW 3: P. Guidbeck, C, Bridges, K, Ericson, ROW 4: N, Sylvester, M, Mendlesohn. ROW 5: H, Hansen, B, Mendlesohn, S. Matthews. FRONT K, Ericson, L, Olgren, and Nl, Rose, g TNW Connie Makela 4 ff' Forensics for 1976 started in January. Forensics is an activity speech in which contestants compete in dif- ferent categories, mch as informative, serious, humorous, and radio news, The districts were held at NHS in March with winners then continuing on to the regionals at N.M.U Mr, Peterson is in charge of the group this year. Marta does some research Karen, Caroline and Sue in the Library i L E s E 1 BACK L--R: K, Heikkinen, D, Rappazini, J, Nlitchell, E, Zanetti, K, Wi and K, Brintlinger, 3RD ROW: Nl, Schmaltz, S. Kemppainen, S., Wangbe Ellis, R, Sundell and P, Hicks, 2ND ROW: L. Stanaway, S. Goodreau, D, Rolando, K. Anderson, M, Kunnari, and B, Marta. FRONT: D. Larson, J, C D. Larson, M, Smith, and S, Bengry, Just about ev al and the N ception, By group, The c "Christmas i second semes with the annu The N,H.s, qu accompanist, P chorus presid .Z,?M L1 , . W? if-w F' Accompanists Standing Left To Right: Theresa Pelkie and Debbie Pelkie, Seated: Connie Paulson 32 Mixe kstrom, P, Chevrette, A, Prusi, G, Tresseder , G, Birch, G, Kangas, P, Dompierre, J. elkie, L, Juchemich, C, Ostwald, J. ollins, L, Flaa, V. Brown, T. Hamalainen, ryone is celebrating America's Bi-Centenni gaunee High School Mixed Chorus is no ex- oincidence there are 76 members in the orus put on a Christmas concert entitled, America," The mixed singers have a busy er with extra centennial programs along al spring concert and festival. Jintet is a select group of five singers and an Their primary function is to entertain the stmas time, Among these singers is the ublic at Chri ent Kevin Wickstrom, BACK L--R: S. Cook, B, Veale i i , D, Heggaton, K, Wickstrom, G, Aho, N, Lynch, C, K, Hiironeng ROW 3: C, Nora, M, Lyons, E, Grimes, J, Anderson, E, Kestilap J, Renaldi, K, Savolainen, D, Penhale, D, Matthews, ROW 2: D, Postel, N, Siik, R, Prusi, C, Leaf, K, Method, J, Agnoli, M, Gustitis, S, Galliong FRONT: M, Poutanen, R, Spear, J, Lahtinen, D, Tullila, C, Penhaie, L, LaMere, L, St. Aubin, M, Bessolo, Mary Trolla, director Y ,mv five bf 4 ' J J' A 5 gp mafia Q ni , 9 NY " ' ,Tk - 4, 1 x -in we ,i V U . 'V' U - ' Huff 1 . mx 3 ' 4 ' so ., I ,A f 7 . V, ,, 1. . '- A1 ' 'f-H ' A94 ,' avg, of -5.5 , V 17. , A l ', ' , I - , f x ,M yr -L .1-rua, , -A Marta, L, Moyle, L. Parkkonen Quintet STANDING: Susan Goodreau, Kevin Wickstrom, Brian Vealeg SEATED: Lynette Moyle, Diane Matthews, Debbie Pelkie Chorale FRONT: V, Brown, B, Marta, K, Anderson, R. Spear, N, Siik, C, Leaf Flaa, M, Kurmari, M, Lyons, R, Prusi, J. Agnoli, and K. Method, 3RD strom, P, Dompierre, B, Veale D, Heggaton D, Matthews, and L, Pav Mitchell, G, Birch, s, cook, A', Prusi, s. wiekstrom, N, Lynch, L, Mo Q The Chorale They sing w enough. against Eight of for the U.P, sponsors the and present gl 'r i t Fo V.P. Select Singers LEFT FRONT TO BACK: s, Goodreau, N, Siik, L, L l me Flaa, D, Pelkie, and L, Moyle, RIGHT FRONT TO BACK: K. Wickstrom, S, Cook, and N, Lynch, JL , and L, LaMere. 2ND ROW: S, Goodreau, L, ROW: J, Collins, S, Kemppainen, K. Wick- 'kkonen, BACK: D. Pelkie, M, Schmaltz, J. yle, and D, Penhale, is made up of 30 singers from the original 76 len 76 voices is too many and a solo is not estivals 20 madrigals are chosen to compete schoo , ls singers were honored by being chosen Chorus, Northern Michigan University whose major goals are touring the state concerts at N.M.U. 34 Senior Ensemble FRONT: D, Pelkie, J, Collins, K, Ammesmaki, L, LaMere, and N, Siik, 2ND ROW: V, Brown, D, Larson, D, Saari, R, Prusi, and S, Gallion, 3RD ROW: S, Goodreau, L, Flaa, D, Matthews, D, Penhale, and J. Agnoli, BACK: J, Mitchell, M, Schmaltz, D, Rappazini, J, Wertanen, L, Moyle, and J, Renaldi, For the girl who likes to sing in a small group there are the ensembles, There are two, Junior--Sophomore and Senior ensemble, These groups meet on Tuesday and Thursday after school, Their activities include singing at concerts and at the Christmas assembly in school, ll lr y y ,nf ,fini -" Junior - Sophomore Ensemble BACK: L. Prout, L. Stanaway, K, Heikkinen, S, Garlick, C, Koski, L, Field, and D, Grawn, 3RD ROW: L, Nemetz, V, Jacka, B, Reichel, L. Tamminen, J, Rivers, and D. Kinnunen. 2ND ROW: C. Ostwald, K, Kantola, C, Penhale, L, Parkkonen, K, Savolainen, and J, Peterson, FRONT: D, Nicholas, R, Kratz, T, Pelkie, G, LaMere, and M. Gustiti 35 S Decorator Gail LaM ere Music Wednesday night rehearsal Stuart introduces the girls 5 BACK: J, Mitchell, K. Heikkinen, J, Wertanen, L, Korpi, P, Postle, P, Koski, and lVl, Larson, 3RD ROW: L. Nemetz, D, Pelkie, C, Bleau, J Reichel, L, Young, K, Liuha, and V.Jacka. 2ND ROW: D, Saari, T, Nicholas, Nl, Gustitis, P, Saari, V, Bartle, P, Denofre and C, Leaf, FR L, Johnson, A, Nault, B, Grimes, D. Larson, S. Nlathews, J. Kero and 36 l.eJeul1nesse, L, lllliljour, 6oodreau,'D, 1x-. Girls' Lynch, C, Rice, C, Makela, G, Birch, S, Keto D, Krause L. Flaa J Peterson B ONT: J. Rivers, L, Tamminen, H, Hansen, K, Kantola, In America if One of the biggest scene stealers at the concerts is the Girls' Chorus, They, who number about 90 girls, participate in many of the same things as the mixed chorus does, The unique thing about them is that they meet in two groups, The largest part of the group meet during 5th hour every day and the rest of the group meet during noon hours on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, A little more. . . . .tgvl -5. rg,-,J . Afro- 1 T I Av L I Chorus BACK: S, Garlick, J, Parkkonen, C, Bridges, W, Wilder, J, Rintala, C, Annelin, D, Kinnunen, L, Moyle, L, Field, L, Dougherty, J, Sutherland, and D, Grawn, 3RD ROW: C, Koski, T, Conrad, R, Fillizetti, C, Letson, D. Penhale, D, Mathews, N, Siik, J, Agnoli, R, Prusi, J, Renaldi, and D, White, 2ND ROW: L. Prout, K, Ammesmaki, E, Wil- liams, K, Jandron, K, Hult, D, Mongiat, T. Taskila, IVI. Goyen, Nl, Bartle, and K. Method. FRONT: T, Pelkie, C, Dompierre, L, Price, C. Loukkala, D. Flannery, R, Kratz, C, Penhale, C, St, Aubin, P. Leivo, G,LaNlere, and Miss Trolla. 37 Richard Morrison '14 S 5. . , we All that he came to give rf .W jfiiiff . 31'-.:,yf rg, He gave and went again x ' Y "nfl- Vh:'nfe 'nvfu I' 49a " uw g . Qe::a,:4,:,rf.' 1949-1975 'W 1 lv- 5, i ,.gj " Q. T' 'm4'... .t'Tv.,..- -:"'v-9.9 iz!" ---Q--1... ROW 1: P, Johns, B, Reichel, S, Garlick, L,Nemetz, S, Britton, M, Nemetz, E, Mendelsohn, L, Young, K, Salo, N, Paris, L, Tamminen, C, Penhale, J, Parkkonen, and D, Penhale, ROW 3: D, Balzarini, J. Keto, J, Wertanen, K, Partenen, C, Rice, D, Saari, S, Hallgren, P, Guidebeck, M, Larson, L, Johnson, K, Hult, R. Sylvester, D, Gustafson, T, Gervae, and M. Rasmussen, ROW 3: J, Kero, L, Swanson, D, Saari, N, Koski, S, Kemppainen, B, Veale, J, Renaldi, N, Albright, E, Collins, V, Jacka, C, Wangberg, C. Matthews, L, Olgren, C. Kyllonen, G, Birch, ROW 4: J, Sutherland, N, Siik, D, Fulser, M, Karno, K. Hemmila, S, Rivers, B, Marta, Mr, Morrison, M, Lyons and M, Turino, Concert Orchestra An extra attraction to the concert that the Orchestra performed in January was local dancers who per- formed to numbers written by Jim Croce and to selections from WEST SIDE STORY. The Concert entitled "Encounter With the Arts," also displayed art work done by Negaunee High School students. The concert was dedicated in memory of Mr. Richard Morrison. The Concert Orchestra includes all of the Senior High Orchestra and selected band members from the Senior High. Seven Senior High Orchestra members were chosen to be participants in the U.P. Orchestra, BACK: J, Kero, L, Nemetz, D, Penhale and L, Tamminen, FRONT: S. Garlick, P, Johns, and S, Britton. 39 Junior High Orchestra FRONT L--R: C, Talus, J. Merrick, D, Sylvester, N, McGinley, S, Prusi, and K, Filibeck, BACK: J. Merrick L Rice, S. Watters, H, Hemmila, L, Price, L. Paris, R, Reichel, and Mr, Morrison, Prep Orchestra FRONT L--R: M. Hodge, L, Jylha, V, Beaudry, K, Munro, J. Jacka, W, Kestila, and Mr, Morrison 40 BACK ROW: J. Kosonen, P, Lynch, B, Fulcer, T, Hamalainen, W, Kyllonen, G, Sleeman, B, Veale, T. Mourand, D, Fulcer, J, Kontio. MIDDLE ROW: J. Corlett, K, Johnson, L, Miljour, J, Hemmila, P, Zollner, M. Karno, B, Taylor, D. LaForest, FRONT ROW: D. Mathews, D, Korpe, K, Erickson, P, Sager, J, Ellis, Stage Band After careful consideration by Mr. Anderson, 20-24 mem- bers are selected for the Stage Band. These people are mostly brass and percussion players from the Senior High Band, Interest in leaming more about jazz and jazz impro- visation are the major goals, but they also perform in con- certs, The players meet during after school hours usually Monday nights, Myron gets ready 41 FRONT L--R: J. Britton, D, Schoonover, J, Renaldi, N, Albright, ROW : K, Paquette, -B, Collins, L, Kyllonen, M Bessolo, J, Gustafson, K. Laurila, D, Skewis, C. Schaffer, and S, Matthew , ROW 3: T. Remillard, S. Holland, J. Villa, L. Holland, K, Erickson, S, Reichel, C. Dompierre, J, Kontio, T. ourand, J. Kosenen, D, LaForest, ROW 4: J. Warren, G. Veale, R. Hemmila, V, Jacka, B, Rosevere, P, Portale, , Birch, K, Young, J, Sutherland, N, Siik, STANDING: G. Sutherland, J. Ellis, and B, Veale, Senior High Band Since Nlr. Anderson joined the music staff at NHS, the Senior Band has tried some new and different things. During football season there was a "greaser" night. All of the band members dressed like the fifties. One of the major goals is to go to Chicago in April of this year. There have been many fund raising techniques, one of the most successful was a food raf- fle. To celebrate the Bicentennial the band will perform a combined concert with the chorus and orchestra in Nlay. Because many iof the students' schedules are busy ones, not all of the senior band members can participate in the Variety Band, proclaimed as one of the best in the U.P. I just can't get them together. 42 ROW 1: C, Kyllonen, D, Hallgren, J, Koski, V, Shaffer, J, Albright, R, Renfors, M, Tertzaghi, M, Arrieri, P, Lynch, L, Olgren, K, Matthews, and C. Wangberg, ROW 2: K, Johnson, D, Korpi, B, Fulcer, C, Heikkinen, D, Matthews, J, Hemmila, L, Miljour, C, Fosmo, D. Warren, B, Vassar, W, Kyllonen, M, Olgren, ROW 3: J. Waters, P, Dompierre, M, Shaffer, K, Hemmila, G. Sleeman, P, Sager, A, Jordan, L, Kallioninen, D, Rodeck, D, Fulcer, R, Kangas, M, Karno, J, Corlett, ROW 4: B, Marta, R, Rivard, S. Rivers, D, McGill, R, Symons, G, Birch, and W, Young, ..s Director Mr, Gerald Anderson Good Ole Music Photo by Tom Buchoe 43 Junior High Band FRONT L TO R: C, Guidebeck, D, Taseris, C, Mourand, J, Rogers, S, and T, Rivers, ROW 2: K. Aho, K, Beacco, P, Corlett, L, Olgren, M, Kainulainen, S, Johnson, and D, Munro, ROW 3: S, Palomaki, L, Tam Larson, T, Tousignant, B, Vassar, BACK ROW: E, Ramseth, G, Perala T -Juv orreano, T, Terres, A, Baldini, B, Paquette, lljraukka, S, Matta, F, Thomas, L, Mathews, M inen, R, Veale, C, Collins, L, Larson, T, , J. Rosewall, B, Holman, Prep Band FRONT ROW L TO R: K. Binoniemi, V, Carlson, T, Heggaton, B Schmaltz, M, Barker, K, Koskey, A, Hemmila, E, Fossmo, and H, K, Jylha, D, Seamen, L, Jandron, P, Prusi, J, Holland, D, Skewis, L and D, St, Aubin, ROW 3: J. Portale, M. Hosking, C, Kyllonen, D, Popk Collins, W, Kantola, R, Renfors, R. Gopelle, T, Granroth, R, Jandron, S, Talaga, W, Jacobson, As seventh graders practice is the key word, This is where they begin pl present here because of all the student's enthusiasm. Eighth graders con bigger variety of band music. Practice is still an on-going factor. Mr, Anderson feels that the first three years as band members are the m of musical growth is planted. During high school years students find les practice in early years will get them into the habit of practicing in late 44 T, Bartle, R, Lamere, M, Carlson, L, , ROW 2: K, Nemetz, B. Salo, L, Carlson, lins, J, Hintsala, C, Cohan, R, Seppanen, , T, Johnson, L, Kinninen, J, Warren, R, nd V, Kero, BACK ROW: D. Hodge, I, Uren, ying real band literature. Excitement is ttlnue to grow musically by playing a st important because this is where the seed time to devote to practice, Learning to years. They Present The Colors Captain Paula DeGabriele and her squad of Major- ettes are raising money to go band camp this summer, They will Ieam new routines that they can put to use at half-time of the basketball and football games. New this year is Advisor Lois Mattson. Half-t ime entertainment. LEFT TO RIGHT: Julie Keto, Cheryl Rice, Paula DeGabrieIe, Greta Birch, and Donna Saari 45 Dir V t I A" Dave a Co-owner of the "Wizard" K. ,- ,t. .,.. I NNW 3 ector Bob Koehs f +V' 212 " . '- 5 i It if-ff i ? 1 at i n is :xr ., ' L 'iii e ' Q, ,-.' Fr' K' 5 K ' L , .Q Q e if ---..s.11 5 is f fl' L ' 1, ' ff 1' rf' ' A 'r What's happening Relaxed ' r ,ff Mic helps a fellow student Janice is ready for anything 46 Service Is Their Middle Name The Student Service Center offered a variety of serv- ices in their attempt to meet student's needs. Some of the services included counseling, job placement, a telephone for private use, a referral program, alter- native classes for study hall a " What's going on" Board and a information files, One of the most popular pro- grams was the History of the Cinema. Charlie Chaplin, W, C. Fields, The Three Stooges and Laurel and Hardy were seen during student's study halls. The program was funded by the Federal Funds under the Comprehensive Employment Training Act iC.E.T,A,J r-'T , Q' 'X ' L 6 x . Boogie Down Bob! 'Ky , 1 .s ,,L, OV I' 1-3" .46 BACK: V. Saari, L. Kallionen, F. Hardin, M, Larson MIDDLE: D. LaForest, D. Lelviska, J. Fillibeck, L. LaMere, N. Kurian, D. Schoonover, J. Parkkonen, P. Mautino, L. Moyle, P, Lynch, M, St. Arnaud. FRONT: N. Koski, A, Watters, Bob Koehs, J. Maino, M. Turino, M. Kunnari. 47 TRI-HI-Y . Take 24 girls who have a desire to help others and have fun while doing so and you have the NHS Tri-Hi-Y. Their many activities including sponsoring dances, Sing-a-Valentines and a beautiful baby contest, Tri- Hi-Y meets once a month in hom es of the members and has guest speakers come in, Mem bers are in grades 10-12 and this year's officers are Jean Mitchell, presi- dent, Myke Gustitis, vice-president, Kris Heikkinen, secretary, and Judy Renaldi, treasurer, Ms, Koehs is Club advisor. OFFER A HELPIN HAND FRONT: M, Bridges, J, Agnoli, and J, Renaldi, MIDDLE: C, Penhale, M. Koskey, J, Wertanen, M, Larson, R, Prusi, N, Siik, N. Sylvester, J. Kokko, and S, Hallgren, BACK: M. Paris, S, Kemppainen, C. Peterson, M. Schmaltz, M, Gustitis, K. Heikkinen, J, Mitchell, L, Tamminen, D, Skewis, and Advisor Ms, Jan Koehs. A Doll House for the Handicapped ' A Susie and Jolene FT . 'J 5 'l I I A 5 4 Roses are Red my love 1 49 BACK: Mrs, Collins, Alan Heikkinen, Linda Olgren, Mike Lyons, Deb' ie Renfors, Kathy Larson, Colleen DePotty, and Mrs, Paulin, Donna Gravedoni, Tammy Mattfield, Mary Sharp, Kattny Hiironen, and Marcia Nemetz, FRONT: Mary Bartle, Robbie Spear, Mike Smith, Jeff Shaffer, Marta Rose, Ron Sylvester, Diane Cowling, Kurt Millimaki, and Cindy Shaffer. Library Helpers - TO HELP YOU HELP YOURSELF During study halls volunteer students work in the library, If you can not find what you are looking for just give a yell and these people can help you, Routine work like mending books, helping people find references, and checking books are just a few of the chores these students do. A bulletin board pre ared by these people tells you about the many new books the library receives, Magazine sales are a must becauseljnew books are needed and you need money I to get them, Mrs, Mary Ann Paulin and Mrs, Rose Collins are the superv'sors. Debbie Renfors and Kathy Larson .Ron Sylvester fp L. Vina oak QM v. wx of QPMKB h Dam el Chevrette Mrs, Paulin and Kurt Millimaki Y n ws A' 'J' 'ii ,V , K . O-0 E ,, S' il 1 1, -,J .g-we WH w w wr we -41- s 7' 3 4 9 e 1 I O ' ' 7 3 4 5 ' 7 ' A' rj 'Z FRONT: Mr. Palomaki, D. St, Amaud, M, Lyons, J, Anderson, S, panen, S, Hill, Members in the chess club all agree that playing chess is fun. Some say it is exercise for your brain and others say they like the competion of the game. New this season were competetive meets against other schools, Mr, Palomaki is the advisor, 52 ROW 2: C. Jensen, J. Waters, D, Sep Careful thought . . . . 2 x F ,. L A strategic move 53 Check Mate!!!!!! skl cLuB ... FRONT: C. Mourand, J. Merrick, F. Thomas, P. Saari, R 2: S, Kempp us, J. Nykanen. R 3: K. Koskey, P, DeGabriele, D, Saari, R 4: J, Kok Method. R 5: L, Johnson, P, Lynch, L, Paris, J. Collins, Ms, Koehs. R Birch. R 7: M. Weber. THINK SNGW!!! Becoming more and more popular as a sport is ski- ing, The 29 members of the newly formed ski club sponsor dances and bake sales to raise money for ski trips, One week-end was spent at the Porcupine Moun tains Ski Park, Ski lessons were also given to any in- terested persons by the members, Bob and Jan Koehs are the advisors and Debbie Saari is the club president. 54 -aff 'P 4' S! I f' 6 QS' 1 inen, o, G, 6: T, , K, Luiha, P. Stille, C, Bjork, C, Tal- Birch, J, Merrick, J, Wertanen, K, Mourand, R. Palm, N. Lynch, G, Carrie and Paula off the chairlift i Hey Guys--where are you going? Getting ready for the big trip Which run this time? Ski Club takes a rest V' ji 111.15 LH if-V' - ,v if 1.1lA,Jf, m i-wfV'xsEPARK A F ...-A A THEY HAVE SPIRIT Negaunee has very good backing at their games. The support seems to boost them to success. The fans fol- A low them everywhere on Pep club sponsored transport- ation. Me bership includes stud-from 7 -- 12. In recent 'N X' years me bership has grown as more and more stu- dents foll w the teams. Andy Prusi is president and Mr. Farrell is 1 dviser. X 9 . BACK: Advisor Mr. B. Farrel, S. Anderson, A. Schoonover, D. Penhale, D. Saari, P. Ricklard, R. Prusi, J. Wertanen, F. Kobie, and C. Koski. 2ND ROW: K. Method, L. Prout, R. Kratz, D. Kinnunen, C. Annelin, D. Leivo, C. Penhale, J. Rivers, and K. Ranta. 1ST ROW: N. Siik, P. Sager, M. Karno, K. Kangola, M. Bessolo, K. Savolainen, K. Laurila, J. Kokko, D. Pelkie, J. Collins, M. Hamilton, S. Hallgren, V. rown. S6 f. It ,I K , WWW 4 ' fl'-. f'i X' f: "R lllllllQlllll'lllli' llll BACK: S. Stille, P. Stille, C. Bjork, R. Pascoe, T. Taskila, A. Lahti, J. Vercoe, G. Veale, D. Laitinen, A. Prusi, and D. Mattson. ZND ROW: J. Collins, G. Birch, J. Villa, P. Saari, L. Johnson, K. Partanen, B. Annelin, D. Hal- Igren, J. Johnson, and C. Rolando. 1ST ROW: P. Sager, L. Price, C. Dompierre, D. Flannery, T. Remillard, E. Williams, K. Jandron, J. Bertocchi, and L. Dougherty. I,-41 JX fx- ...- P 'X f-1 ,X , x-f,,.. YZ- f-'-' - L ,..f X I Qypoffs f .ls . --5 45 Bettering last years 5-4 record, the Miners posted a 6-3 season this year and took third place in the G.L,C. The team got off to a slow start, losing their first two games, but came back strong to win five in a row before falling to Marquette. The next week in the Play-off they beat Newberry 30-28 to take third place, Coach Koski guided the team with the help of his assistants Coach Ellis and Coach Campbell, Negaunee had nine players honored in the G.L,C. First Team: Ross Gleason, Tom Heiskanen, Second Team: Phil Gleason, Rich Juidici, John Vercoe, Hon, Mention: Dean Ellis, John Johnson, Pete LaFreniere, Jon Wakkuri, In the U.P. these five players were honored: Andy Prusi, Rich Juidici, John Vercoe, Ross Gleason, and Tom Heiskanen, VARSITY POSTS 6-3 RECORD IN FINAL YEAR OF GLC Scoo Ishpem ing G adstone Stephenson Gwinn Newberry Munising Marquette Play Off: Newberry l l l WE TH EY 0 12 O 14 36 16 47 0 16 6 9 8 22 2 1 7 2 1 30 28 60 I 4 t 4 s'e ' Af? Q1 Wg .-ywtff- s.- ixgh 1 -1 -v M, - K5 M Q' x J 6 Rxxx? LN 'rv as 'Uv , ll: 15. 11,11 fx", '5272' O 'X "t.333'!""n- , 4 1 Qui X630 :fit AY 3' A fir! A M, ' xl lah' AQ.- . .K .2 Q3 lin ,K . , X M W 'U ' n ' N-.W gw I x K 5.5 3 , x rf' 'emit 1' ef1lfN1z 3 my M. 'IWQQ 2 WMM ' :rms "5'UN'l5 'IE - 'FU P . 1 5 ' S 5 1 -73 P, - 2 C .1114 ik , -5 LW Jnf, 5 X A - 'rg if 7' .ggi Ti -- 7-3 'X T, J iffim 'A . ff: ', 151: .sg ? 4 i Q35 gs ' V, WH- I E Q. E31 .. 'Q ,Stir - D L ' fl.: 9 3: wiv. x ,U i V iii I L E xi -, . , .4 1 U, ., 4 3. A f 3- f J ff, 1 ffwm ' mug: 9' !". ww. 5 I -' ' wg N, if f ' .. - ' Q 3 4' 3-A 'ag -x V. "1 25. A X, 4 " , af -r I vi W' ,MU . 3 J f 1 D ' U 'UNH x ' A xr-fit 'ELUNLK - EGAUNEF fffbh., ggmfig . A ,," VN , 'b 2' vt A t :J V. i 5' 5 bm i NN: ms' xv N AV f Xt W4 The JV's won the Great Lakes Conference Title in the final year of the Conference. Along with the title, the JV's compiled a 7-2 record. The final contest, and final G.L.C. game for Negaunee was with the Newberry Indians for the Conference Title, a hard fought game which had Neg- aunee come out on top 14-6. It was a successful finale for an aggressive, hard working ball club and an exciting finish for a long time conference. Coaching the JV's and concen- trating on solid fundamentals, were Les Coduti and assistant David Johnson. The coaches and fans are confident the JV's advancement to JV's Take Western Divisio lli Title I 7 in C i BACK: Tony LaForest, Ricky Carlson, Danny Thompson, Larry Young, Gary Garceau, Duane Rivers, Greg Cardone. MIDDLE: Coach Coduti, Stan Brownell, Dan Hill, Paul Villa, Pete Chevrette, Steve Brownell, Paul Mitchell, Coach Johnson. FRONT: Brad Taylor, Kurt Young, Mike Uren, Jon Jennings, Bob Spear. , f , l , p- ' 50 Westwood 34 Munising 28 Gladstone 47 8 Ishpeming 18 8 Escanaba 58 14 Ishpeming 0 8 Gwinn 35 Marquette 0 27 65 Although the freshman team suffered a disappointing season with a 1-5-1 record, they made up for it with plenty of enthus- iasm. Coaching the freshman team were Eric Prusi and David "Rabbi" Johnson. High spots of the season were a 44-14 win over Westwood and a 14-14 tie with Gwinn. 49- Freshmen Polish Grid Techniques J. ' BACK: Alan Baldasari, Mark Hill, Larry Rasmussen, Jim Vercoe, Lee Wernholm, Brandon Sartorelli, Mike Moyle, Greg Gustason, Tracy Schmaltz, Dale Tinknell, Don Larson, and Mike Lyons. FRONT: Coach Prusi, Jim Nylander, Tom Britton, Mark Weber, John Parkkonen, Lance Hopper, Jeff Johnson, Dennis Reynolds, Kevin Ray, Larry Martin, Dan Rocleck, Eric Kestila, and Rick Champion. Jr. High Football This year saw a change in the Jr. High program, because Mr. Chevrette had stepped down in his job as head of the program. IVIr. Doug Maki took over the job. The Vikings, under the direction of Randy Kuivinen, took the honors this year, winning 4 games and losing none Other coaches include Greg Nelson, Steelers, Steve Sarasinp Packers, Craig Stillep Bears, and Ed Hopper Lions. Coach Clements plans a play imp 4 my Westw Nlarqu Escan Gw mn Norwa Gladst Ishpe Marqu Gladst Nlumsl Minerettes Build od e l'l G Westw oo Stephe Norwa Escana f1SOl"l Ishpen' Nlunlsl Gwinn Stephe l'1S0l"l They 20 43lotl 34lotl Pelkie, C. Rinne, M. Rassmussen, a 30- BAC K: S. Larson, J. Nykanen, C, Ericson, J. Sutherland, L. Stanaway, P, Popko, and Coach Clements. MIDDLE: T V. Jandron, J. Collins, K. Jandron, and K. Partanen, FRONT: N, Paris, L, Parkkonen, P. Sager, nd P. Paris. For The Future Under the new leadership of Karen Clements, the Nlin- erettes had a record of 6 wins, and 14 losses. In district play, held in Negaunee, the lVlinerettes advanced to the finals by beating lVlunising 49-35. Negaunee lost to Ishpeming in the finals 57-26. Senior Peggy Sager took first place as high scorer and freshman Jessica Sutherland came in second. Vickie Jandron, senior, and Connie Ericson, sophomore tied as top rebounders. Peggy Sager was also honored by being selected on the All-UP Class C first team. Connie stretches a tough shot Cheerleaders keep the spirit Peggy drives for two 71 1 1 Z :M l., :ii Ill , , s ff. as -- 0 at 5 1 "0 I 'U 1 1' 4 ' Q' 'Q "I flu fi: .je OQ .' ' ,X 1 SJ ' 'N " "' 'u-gf ng . Coach Clements and Judy concentrate on the -. o 5" 'o 'Q S A if I! E! 3 ff xxgxi I ex' 5 Ls ', i 1 U . 5 Q Exim ' Ne ii' an ...-...... . . V2 f x QA'-' .L.f., J n 'J n 61, 5 Q' ' Q A ,I J 4: fs 1 ,Q 3 .. I X 1. sl ' QR 1 X N Q Q15 ,sg r X A, A K f Rx E I 255 - 4 25 4 1 it v - F' wg 5 J F J gy as 'M givin ' MIN ERS TAKE M-P The Negaunee Miner Varsity finished the year 19-1 on the sea- son and 12-0 in the new Mid-Peninsula Conference to take the conference championship, Leading the team in scoring this year was Dean Ellis with 375, Next in line for the scoring title were John Vercoe with 283, and Phil Gleason with 187, The leading rebounder was John Vercoe with 221, Following John on the boards were his bro- ther Chuck with 150 and Phil Gleason with 149, The high as- sist men were Dave Laitinen with 85, and Chuck Vercoe with 78. The team was ranked no, 1 in the U.P. all year and no, 1 in the state for three weeks, Chuck Vercoe missed six games due to a broken foot and our only loss came during this period, Overall, Negaunee averaged 72,4 points per game against the opponents 54.4. 74 C TITLE BACK: Coach Hallgren, P, LaFreniere, W, Kunnari, D, Laitinen, C, Vercoe, J, Vercoe, P, Gleason, D. Ellis, J Johnson, M, Nlelka, and J, Chapman. FRONT: G, Price, B, Pesola, J, Korpi, T,O'NeiI, and T. Heiskanen, Hitting a basket . . . and hitting a hundred. 75 Will he make it? Turn back to page 75 and find out. Is this the line? If 76 Iliff .sf K' ' S. Pride of H10 U12 . Finishing the regular season with the best record in the Upper Peninsula at 19,1 the Negaunee Miners were the choice of many local basketball fans to do well in post season play. These fans were not disappointed as the Miners were again the HPride of the U.P.H in 1976. DISTRICT ACTION ln the first game of the districts at Westwood, the Miners had an off night from the field, shooting only 372 against the Munising Mustangs. Nevertheless, the team triumphed over the 'Stangs 54-38. Leading the way for the Miners was John Vercoe, who Scored 15 Points and collected 18 rebounds. Tickets for the district finals were sold out in about 40 minutes, a pattern that was to continue throughout tournament play. Westwood High was the Miners' opponent in this game, and the Patriots had given the team a scare during their first regular season encounter. But the Negaunee squad was ready, whipping the Patriots 66-45. The Miners had a balanced scoring attack with Dean Ellis taking the honors with 22. Ellis also played a fine defensive game, contributing seven steals. Collecting 13 rebounds was John Vercoe. The jubilant Miners were now ready to head east to Northern Michi- gan University and the regional tournament. llliiiiiii E, Q . hi-.h L W i Photo by Mark Trewhella REGIONAL ACTION As they went into the regionals, Hallgren's men were awarded the Rudness Trophy for an unprecedented third straight year. This vote by the Upper Peninsula Sportswriters and Sportscasters signifies that a team has been the most outstanding in their enrollment division during regular season play. So When the Miners played the Norway Knights at Hedgecock Fieldhouse on a snowy March evening, they were expected by many to win handily. That they did as Negaunee dazed the Knights 68-55. Four of the five starters were in double figures: Dean Ellis scoring 18, Phil Gleason 14, Dave Laitinen ll, and John Vercoe 10. Manistique was the Miners' opposition in the regional finals, making the game a rematch of the previous year's U.P. Championship. The evening was a sweet success for Negaunee as they posted a 64-39 victory over the Emeralds. Senior center Phil Gleason played an outstandngg game, scoring 21 points and hauling in eight rebounds. Seniors Chuck Vercoe and Dean Ellis contributed 13 rebounds and 16 points respectively. CThese three players were named all-tournament squad, with Gleason being named as out- standing player of the tournement.J The Miners carried Class C Coach of the Year Dave Hallgren off the floor, enjoying the excitement of being U.P. Champs for the second consecutive year. STATE QUARTERFINAL ACTION The Roscommon'Bucks C18-71 were the first team the Miners faced in down- state play. Cheboygan High was the site of the game, and that gymnasium had become familiar to NHS supporters, for this was the third time in four years that their team played there. I Thursday, March 18 turned out to be Chuck Vercoe's night. The6-3 for- ward scored 20 points and collected 12 rebounds to lead Negaunee past the Bucks, 66-40. Senior guard Dave Laitinen also had a good evening, scoring 10 points and playing tough defense. Trailing by six at the half, Hallgren's STATE SEMI-FINAL ACTION Now the Miners were the only team from the state championship, Cbecause all other U.P. sq The undefeated Unionville -Sebewaing Area opponent. Patriot and Miner backers packed City gym. in te U.P. left with a shot at the ads lost in the semis.J atriots were Negaunee's next o the sweltering Traverse ahead 44-39 at the end of the third quarter. A he final quarter was a see saw battle with the turning point coming on a son with a minute and a half remaining. Half hree point play by Phil Glea minute was left on the clock when HSixth mann John Johnson cooly sank two f ee throws to assure the win m fought their way back to go h for Negaunee, 55-51. Game scoring honors went to Chuck Vercoe, with 23, wit brother John dominating the boards. So for the first time in 19 years, the Miners were headed for Ann Arbor and state final action. STATE FINAL ACTION After a big sendoff, the team travelled south to begin final preparation for their last game. CThey went knowing that they had support across the Peninsula.J Ann Arbor's Crisler Arena was to be the sit Negaunee and the Buchanan Bucks for the State C Pellow, Mining Journal sports editor, termed th of the encounter between ass HCM Championship. Tom contest Ha dream gameu with the once defeated Miners playing the undefeated Bucks. Both teams had all state players CChuck Vercoe of Negaunee and award winning coaches and tremendous fan suppor At the final buzzer, it was Bucks 57-50, bu happy about. They held their high scoring oppo points in other tournament play, to just 57 poin almost the very end. Scoring honors for NHS were shared by John V Ken Garrett of Buchanenj, .the Miners had much to be ,ent, who had averaged 95 ts and were in the game to ercoe and Dean Ellis, who chipped in 15, while Chuck Vercoe added 12. John Vercoe's sixteen rebounds was high for both teams. Closing the season with a 25-2 record, the squad had more victories than any previous Negaunee team. It was an exciting season, with the Miners gain ing the respect of sports fans throughout the state, as shown in their many awards. Miners M-PC Cham s . Miners Dist. Champs Photo by Dale Rogers Miners Reg. Champs Miners State MCU Runners Up Miners George Rudness Trophy C. Vercoe All Conf. lst Team C. Vercoe All Tourney lst Team C. Vercoe All UP lst Team C, Vercoe All Genferenee434ffLe' Ellis All Conference Q Ellis All UP Ellis All State 4th Team Ellis All Tourney lst Team Gleason Regional outstanding player Gleason All Tourney Team J. Vercoe All Tourney Team Detroit News Hallgren UP Coach of the Year Hallgren State Special Honor J.. Opp. Kingsford Iron hdountain Munising Stephenson Gwinn Westwood Nonuay Escanaba Marquette khpendng Stephenson Westwood Gwinn Gladdone khpennng Munkmg MamueMe ManhHque Nonway Gladstone Score 72-37 54-34 92-61 83-49 93-47 56-55 69-59 82-56 62-57 108-79 75-30 71-55 79-58 60-53 48-41 71-60 49-59 77-72 71-58 76-67 BACK: P, Mitchell, R, Laitinen, F. Paris, M, Uren, Steve Brownell, P, Chevrette, Stan Brownell, G. Cardone, T LaForest, IVI. Pynnonen, Coach Coduti. FRONT: R, Carlson, G. Garceau, J. Jennings, D, Thompson, R, Spear Opp- King' Nluni Step Gwin Westi Norw Marq Ishpe Step Westx Gwin Glad Muni Marq Mani Norw Glad '78 Escanlaba Ish pe L JV's ford Iron lwllountain ing enson vood Y ette ing enson vood one ing ing ette Htique Y one Score 36-46 60-33 53-37 62-43 -44 -61 58 68 57-51 59-47 55-54 45-41 -47 71 58 50 81-38 61-57 63- 58- 63-37 68- 47- 37 49 36 48 73-85 lOT J V.,S Youvecsotiobexiddmgl' The J.V. team finished the season 17-3 and tied for first place in the M-PC with Norway. High scorers for the year were Mike Uren with 252 and Steve Brownell with 238. High rebounders were Pete Chev rette with 65 and Steve Brownell with 56. Tied for the assist title were Jon Jennings and Gary Garceau with 81 apiece. It's my ball! 79 Of course I play too!!! FROSH TAKE TITLE The fresh an basketball team ended the season with a 16-3 reco d and lst place in the M-PC. Leading the team in s oring was Gregg Gustafson, Leading reboun- ders were Brandon Sartorelli and Mark Quayle, High assist men next three and to Neg were Brian Marta and Kevin Hemmila, The years should bring many honors to these boys aunee High School, Good job, boys! !! v ,ww , 3, ,xvv A. BACK: Coach Prusi, B, Sartorelli, M, Saless, M, Quayle, G. Kangas, G. Gustafson. 2nd: M. Web- er, J, Parkkonen, T. Mourand, T, Britton, D, Tincknell, J, Vercoe, FRONT: L, Wemholm, K, Hemmila, B, Marta, L, Rasmussen, M. Hakala. OPP Klngsford MUHISIHQ Stephenson Gwlnn Westwood Norway Escanaba Marquette Ishpem mg Stephenson Westwood Gladstone Ishpem mg Munlslng Marquette Manlstlque Norway Gladstone SCORE 1 50-42 67 48 50 48 66-48 7 KOTT ' 66-39 ' ' 38-47 6 -55 ' 56-43 . 62-46 62-26 54-49 Gwinn 61-42 60-61 . . ' 58-43 " 52-43 42-52 ' ' 66-53 78-62 88-3 Bothwell Ishpeming Munising Gwinn Gravaret Bothwell Ishpem ing Gravaret Mumslng Gwinn 36-27 42-33 36-38 36-26 52-27 36-41 38-39 34-30 ' ' 44-26 ' 54-20 The 8th grade finished their season 7-3 but failed to win the championship game at Phelps against Bothwell, Mr, Carlson is the coach, BACK: S, Gravedoni, son, ROW 2: D, Skew J? 6,131 M, Chevrette, T. Robare, J, Hardin, J, John is, J. O'Neil, S, Prusi, P, Luoma, B. Nease, L, Tamminen, Coach Carlson. FRONT: C. Boogren, T, Garceau, R, Tzzmmelin, NI, Remillard, J, Lenten, T, Larson, JR. HIGH CAGERS 82 I .1 L., f ir, aw 153' A I Q f 15, A . 61' i XX 'A23 L35 15 BACK: T. Schoepke, D.Pynnonen, M, LaFreniere, D, Popko, R. Goupilie, Coach Nelson, ROW 2: T. Byykonen, G. Rhodes, G, Isaacson, M, Herman, M, Prout, D,Laitala, FRONT: S, Gustafson, I, Uren, P, Kemppainen, D, Jarvi, R, Saarela, P, Carlson, TOURNAMENT TOPPERS The 7th grade had a 7-3 record this year and won the 7th grade tournament held at Phelps by defeating Bothwell, Gregg Nelson make his first year as coach successful, T "We re Number 1 .1 f J' 43, f. T Z-ft. 5- f 83 Bothwell 38-29 Ishpeming 39- 8 Munising 28-39 Gwinn 40-16 Gravaret 56-30 Bothwell 34-40 Ishpeming 37-25 Gravaret 33-26 Munising 30-34 Gwinn 50-23 . vs , ,, They call me "Coach" I A-1 SATURDAY MORNING LEAGUES NSATS77 145 boys participated this year in the three "SATS" leagues. The winrgmers in the three divisions were Andy Prusi's team in the Junior-Senior league, Tim Hooper's team in the Freshma -Sophomore league, and Gary Perala's team in the Jr. High league, B4 JUNIOR VARSIT BACK: C, Koski, R, Kratz, C, R 2nd: M, Terzaghi, H, Hansen, P FRONT: L, Prout, L. Holland. JUNIOR HIGH BACK: J, Nemetz, C, Talus, L, Paris, D, Makela, T, Anderson. ROW 2: J, Carlson, T, Heggaton, J, Annelin, K, Nemetz, V,Kero, L, Larson, ROW 3: L, Matthews K,Koskey, A, Hansen, C, Beacco, D, Skewis, FRONT: F. Thomas, C, Guidebeck, T, Lynn, C, Mou- rand, .JV VARSITY BACK: P, Johns, M, Nemetz, S, Garlick, MIDDLE: K, Ranta, K, Heikkinen, L, Nemetz, FRONT: P, Guide- beck, K, Method, GYM NASTICS 2 Gymnastics in Negaunee is now in its third year, It is a sport where you use the basic laws of nature to per- form, However, this is not as easy as it sounds, It takes years of hard work and practice, practice, practice! Although the team didn't win many meets this year, many individuals have come a long way and the future is bright, Among those girls winning in competition were Cindy Shaffer, Sue Garlick, Linda Nemetz, and Helen Hansen, 87 Carrie Mourand Theresa Lynn Kathy Ranta : 'x if L f , 35 ' '- Y Marcia Terzaghi Paula safties bar routine 88 a 3 'K SSX ,gr - sg-akxggw x '. 3Q'5f'fW' - -A, y fu, 4'-' f' 1 F , f "Wx 1 nil" fn X 'ff 2 ,.- ,, ' 44' W ,-1.141 ' ff 3 . U '17 , aan' ivvxa 'Qarww' 1322 -L.,,5k S-Q BACK: Coach Campbell, B, Hosking, E, Hager, B, Marcotte, B, Palomaki, E, Letson, E, Kestila, R, Champion, D, Rivers, 1ST: T, son, R, Champion, Pin 'em flat--to the MAT , D, Dompierre, ZND: Coach Hobson, T lover, A, Baldasaari, J, Weber, K, Eric- ffl .4 H 90 C 5 '1 MINER MATMEN Champion Takes Second In U.P. Wrestling has now completed its fourth year at N.H.S. and is still in its growing stages, The team was coached by Mr, Camp- bell and Howard "Chum" Hobson III, a 2-time state champ and a 2-time All-Am erican. The Miners were 5-7 in dual meets but made an impressive showing in tournaments, In the M-CP tourney Eric Kestila won the 112-Ib, class and we had many seconds and thirds, The team placed fifth. At the U.P. touney, Randy Champion placed eleventh out of 19 teams, Varsity Award winners were John Weber at 98 lbs,p Rick Cham- pion at 1057 Eric Kestila and Kevin Ericson at 1127 Barry Hosking at 1997 Randy Champion at 1327 and Bob Marcotte at 145. Q x ex , an 91 M I P- Ka il! B lull ' Nw-'ex 10' , D. ""'K1.x.,..,-.-va'- BACK: Mary Koskey, Kelly Method, Sue Garlick, Lynne Field, R JoElIen Collins, and Carol Lehto. FRONT: Coach Judy Will Schaffer, Debbie Saari, Linda Nemetz, Cathy Ostwald, Martha L 1 Pascoe, Linda Parkkonen, Betty Gero, Pelkie, Sarah Kemppainen, Cindy lsohn, and Susie Hallgren. ' .---"'i ,,,..,-9 pear" K Track Coach Judy Williams sent all of the relay teams to Iron Mountain for the regionals. Attending the finals in Marquette were: Jan Trewhella lshot putl, Betty Collick l440 dashl, Cheryl Rinne llong jump! and Diane McNamara ltwo-mile runl. The '76 team will look forward to a fine season for only three track members graduated in '75. 'f W , if , w N 71 X A i si, R 'wh 5 H P' X in 5 K . .,. 1 mls b , LS l CINDERMEN Brintlinger Breaks School Record The 1975 Track season saw 31 participants receive awards--18 Majors and 13 Nlinor including 1 Four- year award to Dennis Delangelo. Co-captains for this year were Dennis Delangelo and Steve Agnoli. Junior Kurt Brintlinger took top point honors this season with 43 points. Brintlinger also broke a school record in the Pole Vault with12'0". According to Coach Dick Koski, next year's team should be a winner since only 5 of this year's perform ers were seniors. Y" ,vz-Q.. ,,-.- ifds- '- QV.: , 6' O 4 ' J Q' ' M FRONT: Coach Les Coduti, Dan Hill, Tony LaForest, Jon Wakkuri, James Hakala, Bob Bero, Matt Picel, Jack Korpi, Greg Garceau, Steve Brownell, Duane Ribers, Dan Thompson, Jon Jennings, Gary Garceau, Larry Young, Dan Nlattfield, Ernie Letson, Coach Dick Koski, Back Nlgr. Tom Heiskanen, Dale Rogers, Pete LaFreniere, Tim Gar- ceau, Bill Kinneunen, Dennis Delangelo, Steve Agnoli, Russ Jokinen, Kurt Brintlinger, Bob Thompson, Chuck Symons, Ross Gleason, Mark Marrson, Peter Chevrette, Stan Brownell. 95 l BACK: Ann Watters, Ms. Jan Koehs, Lori Johnson, Helen Hansen, FRONT: Renee Pascoe, Nancy Albright, Debbie Johnson, Connie In their first year of interschoolastic competition, the 11 girls came out with a 2-6 record. The best singles competition ended in a tie between Kelly Method and Ann Watters. Best doubles competition went to Debbie Saari and Renne Pascoe. Saari, Cathy Ostwald, and Debbie Saari Ia, Kelly Method, and Charlene Kangas e nis Program ..-b -di, W' M. e .Q 3 -""""'---.-...ss 5 - , I' ., 4-1-u,,,,,,, ff" .X fx 4 .,.,.., .,., . fm, .,-.-.. A .sat V as . , BACK: Coach Eric Prusi, Duane Peterson, Dave Laitinen, Steve Anderson, John Vercoe, Chuck Vercoe, Melvin Laurila, and Jay Matthews. FRONT: Alan Hill, Gary Price, Jay Chapman, Stu Sarasin, Lee Johnson, Phil Perlewitz, Gary Johnson, and Kevin Bessolo. Grows In '75 Having the biggest turnout ever, the Varsity end- ed up with a 1-6 record in dual meets but did fairly well in tournaments. Dave Laitinen took the 9942 singles championship in the Niagara In- vitational, although the team finished 7th. They finished 2nd in the G.L.C, behind Class A Soo. In the U,P. tournament they placed 10th out of sixteen teams as Laitinen reached the quarter- finals before losing, J.V. TENNIS BACK: Coach Eric Prusi, Mark Pynnonen, Paul Villa, Scott Palm, John Warren, Mike Uren, Paul Mitchell, and Shawn Wichstrom. FRONT: Brad Taylor, Mike Niemi, Bob Spear, Ray Miller, Myron Karno, Mark Arrieri, and Dave St. Arnaud. Q KJ: 'Lv Q49 STANDING: JoEIlen Collins, Debbie Pelkie, and Kathy Ranta. SEATED: Sue Hallgren, Judy Col Iins, and Faye Kobie. Q12 FROM TOP: Chris Koski, Laurie Prout Karen Savo- lainen, Mari Bessolo, and Kathy Kantola. 3 my 'Y7 7TH GRADE FROM TOP: Jill Annelin, Linda Collins, Diane Skewis, Marion Barker, and Penny Bodie. T7 STAND UP ... BE PROUD Athletics would not be the same without the cheerleaders. This' year's Varsity squad has Debbie Pelkie as Captain. Kelly Method is the only newcomer to the Varsity squad: she acts as substitute. All of the regulars have cheered before. Along with the Tri-Hi-Y, they sponsored the annual Homecoming dance. Memorial Gym is always decorated with posters that the girls make themselves. The fund raisers helped in buying new traveling sweaters for the Varsity. Cap- tains forthe other squads are Christine Koski-JV, Pamela Saari- Frosh Carrie Mourand--8th Grade and Jill Annelin 7th Grade. I 27D FROSH FROM TOP: Pam Saari, Kay Partanen Lori Price, Cathy Dompierre, Tracy Remillard, and Lori Johnson. 8TH GRADE FROM TOP: Teresa Lynn, Kerry Beacco, Carrie Talus, Jan Merrick, and Carrie Mourand A 4 Q 4 6 :' r x I if S fy Q M x If - " " I V K. P' x Q v T- J 'LU J ffl' ,,.., -fx H1 4. f v ' 1 JW K. 4 , IWQQINA x if m 5 A-V ' S uh I I 'Q S- X is sjw lf' J 1- fkf ing 'mfg ffb I ' N A ff B Q Q-ff-14 M ML, 2 ! X1 L' qu ? i f v f VFX 5' K LEfZMg,.., , , QW! BOARD 0F EDUCATI Q09 6- STANDING L. TO R. David Dompierre, Walter Numela, William Jerlnings. SEATED L. TO R. James Lahtmen lVice President? JoElIyn Keranen lPresidentJ Leslie Richards lSecreta yl Not Pictured: Clarence Trotochaud fTreasurerl Rx "Sf xc Robert Northey' Superintendent cf' bf' Marlon Annear Jean Malno 104 -rf' Ronald Jensen, Business Manager N.H. . ADMINISTRATIO GEORGE CO LLINS DO MINIC GHIARDI Principal PAUL ME LI BETTY CARILLI MARIE LYONS ROSE COLLINS 105 rim 1. Parkkonen. MIDDLE: Pete LaFreniere, Andy Prusi, Karin Lind, Sue Hal Prusi, Stan Brownell, Chris Koski, and Gary Rasmusseen. BACK: Jeff P Kathy Nemetz and David Korpi. STUDENT COUNCIL With Miss Miller as their adviser, the members of the Student Council followed the principles set down in the NHS Student Coun cil Constitution to serve both the Student Body and community. Conducting locker inspections, acting as guides for parent-teacher conferences, and collecting food at Christmas for the needy, were just a few of the activities of the Student Council, By working in conjunction with the administration, the Student Council helped to meet the student needs. 106 FRONT: Adviser Miss Miller, Lynn Koski, Larry Martin, John Weber, L I arry Rasmussen, Mike Moyle, and Linda gren, Mike Prout, Larry Tamminen, Renee alomaki, Richie Jandron, Carrie Mounrand, President Andy Prusi Teaching 11 X BER LYENE IVIIL LER a L'1f1' f F1 554 T f nom CAMPBELL Q-' NL xx-41' x, JACK TAYLOR I MARY TROLLA ALICE SIVULA 2 ,E-VV E ,PVX F Z ,.. Z' BETTY ZESIGER 107 4 1 DUANE PALOMAKI A, , , f.-42-'Leg--A . QR- "' hae, I K :FU tri HQWQI. f as K, NI A DICK KOSKI JACK TRIPP ARTHUR WASS SWEN NURKA LA LEROY PROCESS KEN TUO MINEN BRUCE FARRELL Papers To Correct: Cards To Mark JIM DUNN NICK GUA LAZZI ROBERT TAPIO In-Service Daysg Meetings Galore w. MARY MATTHEWS x..,Y. ' . DEBBIE HA L LBERG 109 LOWELL MORRIS ELMA RANTA "iii ROBERT ELLIS li X svLv1A sAAR1 ROBERT BRUNHV' oomrmc TAssoNE ROBERT CARLSON v KAREN C LEMENTS ff , U , A I . 1 ' . . VINETA MILLER SHAR LENE HILL DAVE HALLGRE W.. , 1 ' ,, Q W J JANICE SIVU LA AR Whoever Said DOUGLAS MAKI ls Easy? Marilyn Flannigan C, E, White Lemo Pynnonen Peter Chevrette Emil Gimse 112 Nicholas Ilnicky 'i 3 Grace Kukuk Betty Holman 'rf p - x , Ir :ver 'A' ' 'FX r. .uk-ff'f4'ft2 ,Q I Gordon Kytta L1 if. ' V 1' G eral d And erson i- Les Coduti Brian Peterson 113 Mary Ann Paulin Eric Prusi 'Y' I. - It Q Wi 1. mbsf ik xi iq 1 N 1 - -3 VI ixi Community Schools are offering a variety of night classes of which Psychology and Weather and Map reading are the newest. Not only does Community Schools offer night classes but also Enrichment classes, such as Early American Skills, an introduction to Oceanography and a Couples Club which meet one night a week. Community Schools are active in education but they are also active in recreation. This year they offer many new things such as a father and son swim, Bicentennial sewing and gourmet cooking. Jim Manley succeeded Don Mourand as director. . 4 1 fY?4c' GEORGE FORD PEGGY KIKSTRA THE NECESSARIES: Cooks, Custodians, Bus Drivers MARVIN WILLIIAMSON ALLIE JARVI .JG 116 ANNABELLE MAKI .., 5-3, lv x 'Q slum 1 'fi E' RUTH LANGMEAD 1 ,. Lb m X Win, R JH a ,n A 1 PHYLLIS BARKER but Q Y -:1 :.55feiL5. 3W "-,Q - nf" , J, Y. Custod lan Oscar Johnson Bus Drivers: Ted Heikkinen, Fran Dighera, Terry Talo, Orvo Krook, LOWER LEFT: Bob Johnson, Ed Marjonen LOWER RIGHT: Nob Rogers, Don Couture V"N fx 5 X J 63 f' QT' U fi f f f Ilan. fgfQ27f-i5T77Zf7Z.' ' Graf 5-,j-.if N X ' i .-,-J -I 17' Robert Airaudi Jill Annelin -- 5 -. Jia., gi Peggy Babcoc k Robert Magnell Q A Marion Barker Theresa Bartle Victoria Beaudry Kathy Binoniemi Penny Bodi Seventh Grade l Q xl Cheryl Bourdage Scott Bowns Nicholas Bridges Consisting of 160 students, the seventh grade sees more and more new things From their one-room classrooms, they fund themselves In an old school where climbing and descending steps is a way of life. Class parties, new classes, and many more people make this an exciting year For the first time, seventh graders sold Miner T- shirts for a class money-making project. Mrs, Miller is 'X' , f l - -C. it l 'A A. 1- ' l X A rs I 1 YI. l s 4 us Q... . 4---v oil - et, '17 1 X f 5 1 X s. A ' ,A , . LSR" o,s, Y ,. J ' .fy G Thamas Bykkonen x 'N De ra Carilli Q f l is Joanna Carlson fr 1, . " 1 xi 9.1 'E+ ' Lori Carlson " ,Q .- Mary Carlson ' ' -if-X Q' Q F9 in ,Q I Paul Carlson 733 in 'f . ' I, J Vicky Carlson yn: ' 1 I 1--5, Kenneth Chapman ,E I, ,, ' T l v ,-?3lf'- 'Fil-l . 5 J- -' if ' . ff' Q. MaryEllen Chevrette 1 'Q ' 'Q , Christine Chiri 3 C45 "1 l Colleen Cohan L 'L ,QQ ' Lynn Collick 441 ,' U , l V. .K A x is x ' ' ...A X A' lu 5 1 xx t Linda Collins R, ' G Ronald Collins - y V ' A 5 Q A ,z ,, Wendy Connors we . if 1" ", Gordon Conradson ' A 3' , fly' "' 'W Gregg Conradson Q ,, X 1,,,,, , S. ' I 4' x , 5, , '- , 7 K Q I' f l I X' L. ,..' x 120 N Steven Contois 1 ,V X Jean Denofre -. " J" , Patrice Denofre V --5 David DeRocher t W David Donna N . V x Cynthia Dougherty -f l - Ellen Fossmo ' j 1 ggg ff Richard Goupille 3 V 1 H G d N, l in Iwi 2 J 25 ope ra Y S' Se- f" ,x wg. 5 2.4 A ,XX new ,,, ,, ,, Tammy Grenroth :xr-gr A,-. 1. Michael Gravedoni ' ' James Gregorich 44 AX X ,fy ' , 5.33 - . scoff Gustafson WT ,IL Liisa Haataja fit, i e xg ' 'Q J Joellyn Hakala I be J a X " 4 "J " Amy Hanson 1 g. f X -f ? Terese Heggaton f? T is l ll ,l . fx 'A , Treasurer Kristen Palm , K ' Vice President Richard Goupille Q W , ,w in tix? Amy Hemmila iecregary Anrgelin ' 2.1 it ,- K R , Sletsly :emmila res: ent ichae Prout F' ' 4. r -Rf' 'il ar emmila ff P ' - X 'N J 'Xe Q ' ,X R fl- y Mark Herman 4-" ' if' all 'H 'f Yi . Ron Hill ' 3 P g -jg I i IL Julie Hintsala X V. Q Mary Beth Hodge ' l gQ Qi , xl Q P' -Wi J 'fi P' Jing Jacqueline Holland 7, l ,, 7- mmm X James Hosey r ,. " , V, gg, Mark Hosking ' ' P " iflji V x Timothy Hoffman ix ' I K ' .K ' gg Gregg Isaacson 7 Mi-'N'i.Ax,fdi Al J , 121 Wil lard Jacobson ,.. N ,,.7r55t .N ,f L ri Jandron 'jf fffz. Rglshard Jandron ' N -' A Q "ll" S, I . J Q A 3. Q ' "7 Dale Jarvi f 5 in ,, 5 Kathy Jarvi . 5 fp, A 'gf Brent Jensen V, 'f' 'ver ,f I3 .4434 x 'LAY A 1 , A I , L 1 mil'-"1 s ' .fs xxx! Mark Jensen f A 5 J - in 4 K Connie Johnson ' ' li" ,, 1 ' 7' N? "4-L Thomas Johnson N lx 3 4 Qi! '-cf, Timothy Juchemich . x Vi, ,, , - as w:'im:.i- .ri jg. F x as 'A Wm K , 'any' f.4 V ? , Karrie Jylha ' A A I ax ' x ,, Luanne Jylha 'T' - A ' ' Gregory Kantola 'Q K ' f v A Willow Kantola ,E I . ' "' Philip Kemppainen fn if - 5' 13' L J , Q a K Danny Kennedy ' -. K , , Wanda Kestila Q ' If V- 3 4 Lori Kinnunen J fi. X X , 1 V Gina Kivela J. , 'fs' " ' 4- . ,qf , R .LX , , - 4. n ,KVI Y X - b A 1, K 'Q I A -, Kay Koskey 3- ? q ' ' Marie Kratz L X Lori Kurian J .LL ' K RWM J . 'Sk 122 thy Kyllonen if' 5 C Seltt LaCosse We Mark LaFreniere 1 ff x43 X r M5 , A' ww - ,Y 5'--l -.APYN 354, ol . gi Sara Lahtu ' ' 2 .. f 7-fag do 1 xl ' " David Laitala Rita LaMere A , .. 4 Terri Larson , -L, f V Kirk Linna if' ' 5" E F" Timothy Luokkala ' M .. - " 5 'xt X 0 . fi 1 .Q wi , 'If' Q Geno Maino " 5' Diane Makela , Barbara Marcotte C I Jeffrey Mauldin A' X , X ity " I '1 ' , Kathy Nlunro ,gs " L L ' Curt Nelson f-3, cl' Kathy Nemetz "' ' gr " E Sid Niemi ' xi- U . u fa" - Kimberly Nystrom rl ' .. - .- ,,.. eg'- 'AX XL. ' - KS-7 MQ Kristin Palm - Douglas Park konen -fi Gary Parkkone :XA Terry Peterson ,fsmL ' . ' IAAAU - G! . I 4- xr-7-L ZH ' ".. 'vu Q ' A --v Q-s ff " I ' I w , 1 ff.--no ,zx W 1rar .W - 3, " Donna Potter .QQ Michael Prout mf ' ii ,ynxf Joel Prusi Gary Petrocik Dan Popko Janice Portale D 123 ALL! Teresa Bushey Q Debbie Hodge 4 f , Valerie Kero .,. e Kevin Gentry Qp gh 4 'L-A 63' Q Gary Wertanen f x 'ki Pamela Prusi S Donald Pynnonen HX mg: QW Ronald Renfors Todd Renfors Gary Rhodes Robert Ricklard T S Joseph Rllley - 4 S, Susan Robare Michelle Roberts David Ruonavaara Richard Saarela Debra Sf. Aubin Bonnie Salo ,ma ,Qs . A ,fi W, Laurie Schmaltz Todd Schoepke Donna Seaman Regina Seppanen Donald Shuty , x r " i Scott Reichel 1 at 'M r s af M, X f Terry Saari I , 6- w. 1- .J ' S, 1' ,, -if in , ,Q , , ----- X . rw .V hlif fly? A 'W JL? ,li A 1 a--, .ks sf ii X 3 ,. 1 4' 'x 'E me -cs , Q44 Y .44 Rf' iw? . .. 3 Q ,- Q... .. X., . . . I x V Cy vm I .ei - A C555 0 I S75 "9 fs X '?,,. 42- -:5 ,- . 4. Christine Simmons Diane Skewis Jacqueline Skorski Frank Spelgatti Louis Spelgatti Will iam Stanaway Debra St, Aubin 'ls -ff, . L' iw fe, xi 'za .ix L -ez Toby Stott Q Dawn Sylveste 'ge , wendy Syria 'mfr William Terre , m,,., , gp.: A Q, -'rf K' :av X 5 . " if l i Heidi Warner Janice Warren Terry Wasson Bruce Weldum Gloria Wlig 'i I' S Lori Torreano Mark Trewhella Ivan Uren Monica Wainio Craig Williams Kenneth Wllliams Lori Williams Barbara Wills James Wills N x :qi A --.- 2 l 'fi' . X 'X Ki! wa i -ww i.'- I L- "ffm .H ,vi i f 6 l ' e A 'K I I, .Q . X e tx A Mi, . 5 Q X i ij.: X P . 1 f 4 ZX ' 125 Karen Aho Russell Allen William Bagnell Anette Baldini Kristine Barr Scott Bartle Robert Barto Kerry Beacco Brian Betters Tim Bodi V, .-.. , X . ,T .1 ' w ks' A, " V L -Tl' . f 1 riginal ....- 35. ---' -,::z. X X aw lA-e if K Kurt Cohan Daniel Collick Kurt Collins Leann Chevrette Mike Chevrette Laurie Cleghorn Neal Codere ' ' Q1 ?'5'iiIa2f----, .... -r C-.waxleva2H:al:,aaf.aae.lA 'g.4J'f?,ar 7 - QL 'N wi' gli.- M L 4 'ui ' 1 l fi . ,f lr - ,F XX Craig Boogren dy 'K ' 3 Terrie Bourdage . . V X, Y Susan Britton ' C ' -,I s ' 1 I X55 , X 5 Kevin Carlson '- Robert Carlson 2l.k Rodney Champion Jeff Palomaki Presid nt Julie Rogers V. Pre ident Cindy Guidebeck Secret ry Theresa Lynn Treasurer 'f an - if i R A xifi 'l : K ,limi Mike Commensoli ' ' Paula Connors 4.2 v AA f - - "1 i"1A l . . ,,. .Xt 2 V 'l 4 ini, v 2 KX 4.x- Zig tv? 'ill X, , Xi' 4 A 45 rf' ww y Janice Conradson H 'Q ,W - 5, ' , ,. ,, Barbara Cook A I ' e M L, Q lllllailk Cgooiaetnl 1 .X l , tiff' au a or e X y ,X ' H "'-'Q W Bruce Cram f -. Nl ffm, L if l' L fr .w -N. 1 Q-,jf f -qi X, ' Donald Cram 1 , fig - W We-s - Ronald Cram 1 K f xr 1' 5' - Laurie Croschere srl N. ' xi '-4 Laurie Farley Ay! ig. .3 ? ' 2 fav Yvette Ferree Q-A ' af ' 4.1" wx Leo 4 Field ,V , 'gi B yy, Karen - ,- .t Filibeck .Jn 2 - ' W H Mike ex I Ag, Gabell fif:L:iQv1.M-+9.13 - Jkfexx if ,. ual 'I' I - 1 it 'L ' , Terry Garceau Q' -A I. Terrance Gowan ry ' 9 , , I A -3: N .' VXA' ai: Steve Gravedoni 'W Q , 4 A W Mike Grimes 4 ,., '-, Q " Y Cynthia Guidebeck - " - ' . fig, :Lt Chris Hakala 1 ' James Hardin av V -5 L . . - X . 'SY .lvl "-. A pipe." ' . 'r 1' A X' ' V ' 'V 'W Kristine Hawke 1 ,,,, ,A 5 .. Lisa Helstein " y - ' .5 , 'fr-, Holly Hemmila - ' 1 I " Marcee Hosey X"'f 1 - ' ,, Dawn Howell In gin EIGHTH GRADE 4,,, Mike Irwin - Jeff Johnson John Johnson N.,1 ,on 'J 1 ,R ,.- JL Juliet Johnson Richard Jordan Therese Juchemich Q R Mike Kainulainen ,f4i1'W' I I Kirt Kangas ,H Ada 'gf' i' K. Q Mike Kikstra "' . ' y hw' ' " Brenda Kojola 'Fav Q gfff' Kristine Kontio A gy I ikb' R f 5'--3 N 1 KK is if ,-...,'..Q? 33:7 Billy Kurian ' W - 4' Daniel LaJoie ' ,Q ,,,,.. VL Nadine Lakari , 41' "5 J , -L Kay Larson ' Q-fly' N' I ' ' f -AIX, Lowell Larson - . 4- ',i X "if, . IVE. 15- 'X' l Y V j ? x.. ' ffgw I I .X 1 , -Aff2fs,!1 g X R Tom Larson 1 , , J Mark Laukka ,". , Bruce Laurila 'M .. ar v- ' Richard Lehto jug N. -, ,W s f ' ,., Jay Lenten , i'iW J an - X X algkgg. . X fb . i A X "" "'l:-A 'V N All ' X iw Phil Luoma A N 9 0 V ' -1 Kr " . .. Theresa Lynn W 6, X ' P Gre9 Marcotte ' 'fe 'J 4 Q . 10.0 Susan Matta I - Nancy McGinley - J s' Lori Matthews I1 128 -asv- all -. fv i- ,nn we MX N 'K de A vc 5: Ai 11 i vv- n v r v -,--7 4 . ,- VI, pixel Y . '- izfiiililr P Q St::::::: ' " -: S11 David Melka Chad Mendelsohn Jan Merrick Jill Merrick Myra Miller , Carrie Mourand xx me i. . ,s P ,,. '- H - l ,ag Nr, fflxt nl' , X 13 ,rf , .- -ll l '3'rlSnA.,A il QS 'K A S vw nv- qu 1 if .l .W ' in x 1 ,N i gill. l Q N any H x ' W' "9 QL ff lk . f . and L f 'l .Viv 11" lvl, '. i Vw. A an fy? -' l 5 9 .. ,L an S- . . ,. I ' Vfxl RX x A Robert Pelletier Gary Perala Carl Peterson Kevin Pietila Greg Portale Linda Price 129 Debra Munro Geri Nease Bob Nease Julianne Nemetz Mary Norie Leland Olgren James O'NeiI Jeff Palomaki Barbara Paquette Laverne Paris Christopher Pascoe Tom Pascoe Steven Paulson Donald Pelkie Ann Pelletier I' , St Germain Deborah Ro Sandra Prusi f ll' I "K 1.7 "? sf? f vi ,, fs -f- deck , K Davld Skewls Ju"e Rogers I l G k . -9 Q X A ,Il at WF Not Pictured: Cynthia Ayotte Tim Etelamaki Laurie Grimes Becky Holman Mark Jylha Laurel Spencer Teresa Terres Brian Sundell "R: "' Craig Swanson '. N Carrie Talus . Xi --1 Robert Tammelin 1, LXYY' Aiffiiaeia X ,.-6 ri D., ' T Terri Tammelin ,P L f Larry Tamminen tx 9. 1 ' -' A ' l Lf' ,. ' is 1 ' ,X - - , Q Debra Taseris 1 S 4 H ' Francine Thomas ' 'A' Mark Tilly my T Scott Torreano Q. N ,Q A Tom Tousignant I -th ,. Robert Vassar QV, I Randy Veale Jeff Young V , X ' ' ,s XY ' X T K ' " Susan Waters Kevin Young V . X gr, , ,fs Richard Young '? . DOUG Young Steven Zullner ', Q 1 TK Q L ' x 'I X K 131 Mary Bartle Vicki Bartle ,,- 0 James Bengry 1 A 4. Jon Bianchi " ' Gregg Birch Nr' Cynthia Bleau Caroline Bridges Thomas Britton Ricky Champion Darnel Chevrette iii,.. . V., 3? V 'M 1 t. ax- La - 1 ,T 'ff f 'f' . A t V 'f gl ' . - l TAA 14557 f ,i,r l s e W A ' -1 Ji"- - ,wo -Q. '-"'f! "SY r. i?: X f in bull J ffk- , .Ju-evf .S I i -1 ' i i wi fi l ' I I I ,le A X ,N W yy glee y -. fr x, ,S ,.wFNX1Asl - my ., Toni Conrad 4' f-- ., , ,, Patty Denofre E i - A , Larry Dobbs ' , sk fr' XJ 4 git: - 1141 Ronald Dobbs 1 , ig Cathy Dompierre -3- A Peter Dompierre ' xt " .X ,yfx X ' , 'X -it Y V. x SX W, . 'ik kinda Dryge M X ue Ellis .xq Karin Ericson jg ML I xl .WMI TOP ROW: 132 Jane Albright Jeff Anderson Bonnie Annelin Dennis Babcock Gary Babcock Greg Babcock Alan Baldasari 'Q -4 1 BOTTOM ROW: Debra Hallgren Helen Hansen Pamela Hansen James Heikkila Carol Heikkinen Kevin Hemmila Robert Herman ' Becky Fil izetti J 7' Debra Flannery V Susan Fossmo I W. K , Kay Partanen Treasurer Lori Price Secretary Terri LaJeunesse V. President Mike Moyle President Bruce Fox Brenda L Fulcer Charlene Mg- Gardner X H A , Tim Gervae Q, " ' Arthur Goupille Q," X'-' Laurie Gravedoni Q . Y . I . .4 A. .. T M A ' , is Paula Gravedoni ,J H. 8 f-5 Michael Grawn I 'L i V iQ Kim Grenfell " ', ' - t Ken Grenier ' 'A ' 5' Kelly Gronvall ' m A K X 7 5 Barbara Grimes , R 1 I l QQ, an W Diane Gugin g 1. bf ' Q B f -, ,X diy U Paul Gula ng q.-g , ,ii Qu 'W' -"L" 1, Gregg Gustafson y .. - K4 X' I 5 , Mike Hakala D gwifitf U 'X 3 , T T T it ' ., ... I ,., WI' ' I if 5, X . I ' 5 'N V fi I , ,, ,, ix! Ql K' . -fi- . l H31 i , 1 I W atb' E, 'Vw sh' . - T - tal. in l HRM 4 Charles Jensen -.55 ,ff M ,W Lance Hopper Kim Hult Kim Jandron Linda Jarvi 53' w 4 J Jeff Johnson Your f' X 1 Jolene 'I R ll Johnson F - Kevin ' M L, V Johnson D -Q In ' A KW H ff' ' M' ., K. Lori Johnson LL 'QT-2' Lynn Johnson 2-2 M li 4 Bruce Kemp 5 fi gal Russell Erick Kestila J Johnson Julie Keto f Leonard Kikstra Mark Hewitt 1 NJ mf r,, W, it L ,,.2 11, . Jagqueline Hill - ' M rk Hin we 1 N Qi C ' Peggy Hill Fw 2 Beth Hiller , l if IC A .ia Z l., , .E ' ZR' aiu' .K me-es g A , vi N ,Q ix, Y A X 'Q' miiwzha 2 mt Scott W fe 53 uchemich Valerii Juchemich Gary Kangas Wi I l iam Kangas Linda Kantola 5, ni, J. .X 134 ,.. M .,.,. V... Allan Jordan 'f A- ., y l f ,L lu --1 A i 1 x fkv ,xs- , 1 iw u X ,L 1 4" Q, L ff. J L' is kd" lx' - - -1 .y 1 E -f 52.1 yb,:7'. F , X 4 'N-7' ,CU 3331 ' ' 'I 9 X Ss? f Karen Kobie .X 11: James Kontio if David Korpi X fi f- Lois Korpi 'v A 9 Susan Koski lf . as ' Kurt Koskinen an X Diane Krause . ' we ls. , K Q A I f :KKSXEQQ . ' , H ' 'if' Carlene Kyllonen Q- -il John LaForest lf'-'ll K Zi' g .L .-if K. 'Mx ' ' ' ' James Lahtinen '. 1 Kathy Laituri Linnea Laurila Terry Terri f if , Leivo LaJeunesse '77 'Y ,... -, Tina Bradley Sl i , , I-equia LaJoie W' ""f X3 y i K L X gi L. , Q . - ,Q....- Kathy Luiha Pegmmi , - if f 5 , 9- 2 Connie Luokkala iii . L n, i J be h Donald , , A.. Q ,Z XA L L My 'i Patty Lync Larson A Q- X, , 2 lb . ,, A K. xx' k ' 1. 4, ' ' Michael Lyons M ,f"'i-if " Connie Nlakela Kafhy Q67 .fi Z ,V y Brian Marta l-al'50f'I Q Joseph Marta - Q any 1 N ' D ' 1 Q 1. 'iii in 'J 'gl 135 Larry Martin EQ 1" W Susan Matthews init -H . -N .sr Mike Matthews 36: , -A K - Debora Melka , R' M on r. , . ' 'P A X L I ek ,R Elizabeth Mendelsohn ' A , -, y Laurie Miljour 'Ai Anthony Mourand , ' ' ' "D" th , 1 r N 8 . A XX Larry Rasmussen Monica Rasmussen Kevin Ray Traci Remillard Debra Renfors Dennis Reynolds Cheryl Rice Jody Rintala Randal Rivard Debra Rivers Daniel Rodeck l W . :fly R N Ja , , Mike Moyle : n A N It w nn au ,vftys '1 .x.4 4 I X if sf" Khue Ngoc Nguyen Q mes Nylander - .. Terese Paju.. :L f 4 Richard Palm John Parkkonen Kay Partanen Paula Pop ko Lori Price 5 Andrea Prusi Mark Quayle , . 'U N -. ful! use hu . -X A UQ! l i f-5, ' I -. . . . 136 'U' ws" 4 . f - .1 xl: N' 'N X .A J. 5-A A r ' if 5 Q 5 , K 4. -Q l' . ' il x fl, ' 1 , ' . R' X ' ,A 'W -, 'fx NN L l ,ff ' A I. , , if ml 4 'wwf -.. A ,514- 'G' ,Af-. ' - - Q- L x Q 1 -. K KB ss--1if.'-r,::1-.-s1e21132 1 I, 1 ab fn r r I. A - nf. ,R ' :4 a .tw g A R ,Q-L, xx X gil' .L I 4 , .x ' Y l . 4- A ,I -1? .-.- n :Allan l N l ,1 Donna Saari Cheryl St. Aubin Mike Saless Karen Salo Robert Samuelson Brandon Sartorelli Tracy Schmaltz S2 Robert Schwenke - any Jeff Schaffer 1 I ll Vicki Schaffer , I nt ' l A ,Ns Kenneth Skorski ' g- David stille -Wa ii . 1 Y' K g Not Pictured: ' 4' S . Julie Koski - ,-N - g ,A Paul Stille . -g , ' 4 Candy Surrency Eimelavifiirl -t -' , N -' Jessica Sutherland een l lams w' f -. 5 J .X 16. L A xx .xi 'EA ll, Q . x A Ronald Sylvester g 'fe 'PQ -3 - Dale Tincknell ef X ,L gi 'fig fgg' Donald Tullila -X 7 ' X . Greg Veale , f L i .sk A54 5 m J 4 'KL .Q Q James Vercoe f., .t ". .W LT Julie Villa L , 3 . - f.. .-. Steven Wagner S N " X 'A . '17 i' David Warren X E 3 X ' I X ,XIX James Waters . 'P 1 f A x, S ,f ,V P5 Mark Weber . l ga " an V Lee Wernholm ' " 4 EJ Zu ' -., Q, N Y Debra White T, , ' ' e li 0 3- Wayne Wilder 1 V 1' g Ky W- Kurt Williams I5 I z ,. Q Q ' Laurie Young i a. f' N ,x - f . Q xi Q 137 Gaylord Aho Kevin Anderson Connie Annelin Mike Anttonen Scott Arbelius Steven Bengry Julie Bertucch Mari Bessolo Stan Brownell Steve Brownell Scott Couture Christine Cox Pamela Denofre Dennis Dompierre Ronda Donna Y , xg NK S A - We 2 , ul, S .... ,,.. V UK I K - -1.7 4 ,. 'Q z l i , . Q f'-i JL r . N RN XM 11345 ' it i ,I 'W' , .fa -f :A It -4 r 1 Cin 1:1 ll- t .,, 'W' 1 -5 V A - 1 J K . , , . X i .X ,Nh .y . 4.2: X H X QM in kk! Karen Sav lainen Secretary Stan Brownell President Dawn K 'nnunen Treasurer Kathy Kantola V. President I 'Q J Greg Cardone , , if rs ' l' EQ ,l '- l ,,- ,.,. if ff J Richard Ctrlson . f ff 1- ' 4.-.,,...., Steve Carl on M J , x ef ft- , - X ,' 1 fllfs. S Sandra Cattron Y' - f Peter if h Chevrette ' NL? V Julie , Collins A j . ,Z 2 'N ,ik Q X 'mann-1 if il' "1 tk '-l4 'V : 4 V 4 Connie Connors , Julie Conradson J Mary Cooper , . l V if -FI Carol Cote ' ' 7 N . 2 sm A 1 x to i-. , , J , f 1 J h liil , 'Q f f I LTL!! ' . 1 t - I 4 .M f X J x N , xg, av J ' X W EX 8 X wal! ,ff " 3 . in is , , I f ,ix i f , , 44.55 -' Q A A A 138 ,,vN-e. . N, P13 fi Laurie Dougherty Cathy Doyan David Dunstan Michael Ecklid Connie Erickson Brent Garbett Gary Garceau Steve Gentz Donna Gravedoni Edward Grimes TENTH GRADE Q -H X" -nv-13 Q js'fAl I .. ' A ' m x , , "' -6 Us - W Y -' 1 tat 2' Q 3 I ., Q Q Q N " I .QQQQQ QQ Q , x Y at , Q40 new f t : Q , X xt .Mn :'i.f -yy, - David Gustafson K x i 1 x R -I Q. 6 Anthony "2 Hamalainen Q lj, Cheryl G' Q Hamilton X W , ,f A Lynn Hardin . 'f?Y Q - Lois -73' Qfik ' W " Helstein " K A Jodi Hemmila , .Qawt ' 5- ffmii, X' 'ld if 3 Qi -gf ' Q Q Steven Hemmila P- - " . ' ' Allan l-llefala Q ,ij L .ffl 138 X Q ' Danny Hill L ' , f G XJ ' , JoAnn Hill fa. ai if-ff , 1 of '-ls X C +1 ' l 'Lil 1-:,f:r4gl 11'-'As . - ' l ' . ' , Q ' " I '-'l , . , ' ' ' "" QQ -:'f' , 3 l ' . ,Q C m jx Q41 X Q 0 ll M Q ,fl all X 'W X, 5 gil 139 Jan Hintsala Merry Hoglund Linda Holland Tim Hooper Alan Howell Kenneth Irwin Q Virginia Jacka Q., 3 f f, - , , Jon Jennings 'iff V, "' Paula Johns A J ' J -1 4 Kathy Juchemich my Six, , XX 1 ' .1 ' - Larry Kallioinen l i f A Mark Kangas J 1 j " ' Shelly Kangas X I QQ V v--3 Kathy Kantola K 3 K X X Y' i fi 1 X J i if - 3 Qi M X 4 E Julie Kero ,,,, .N e Dawn Kinninen H -I K Ken Kontio - 1- W! V. -- '- I' 4 ii ' 'Lx LAX- ' '32 if Nancy Koponen ' Y' f . Christine Koski ,V ' ' si yy X 'X 1 S u 5 W .7 12,3 ,qfff Nadine Koski Q!" , , Julie Kosonen in P Roxie Kratz ' 1, ,N ,, ., Mike Kunnari . Wendy Kyllonen - 1 X x , A if ww' vi Tony LaForest f- ,ji ,lf . ' A ,V Q ,A ts' fr 1.2 I e x .EM N ' - - - ' K 'f u RickY Laitinen A , K u in .. Gail LaMere , ,, . ki ,- Allan Langlois A '- if '- , Pamela Larson .N 5 l 'jj ya - 31 Kevin Laukka 'H 44 I lx ' f ' A ' KF, W 140 fi? . v-rv Xxx X -vs l .w '., Q', .- Q4 .wi . . Y Kelly Laurila Debbie Leiviska Patrice Leivo Randal Lempinen John Lenten nb! ' t an-X " 3. .-fi" , - 75 I . f F? Terry ' y Manninen , -' " Mike Q Martin " , ,fl 5 , A Dorene fy ,M s Mathews :Q ' . 'WN l a'if4'fEl.z3,sK .wikis . f- -fe'-wi A i :fr i z,.- -ew .xt r -, 4 ,-" ,-1 . f x i Shxgilf 1.3 ,L my rn Larry Melka M ,Q g , X' I il, - h ,M MM ,,, .- v'-1 . an ,, . ' i w ff ' "' z z- - .gif , ,q, fx. A N. v . 'Jn A Tammi Mattfield Dana McGill 3 .- Steven Lequia William Luokkala Kevin Maki Jay Manginen . ! pf Env' A , 3155 'If 4' 'K Raymond Miller Paul Mitchell Julie Mongiat Marcia Nemetz Kha Van Nguyen Debra Nicholas Peggy Niemi Martin Olgren JoAnn Paquette Karen Paquette Frank Paris Mary Jo Paris Natalie Paris Linda Parkkonen Connie Paulson P Mnfiqyli .n. l l x 2 'A Teresa Pelkie Connie Penhale Julie Peterson Ed Petroff Renee Renfors Laura Reynolds Duane Rivers Julie Rivers Curtis Robare Mark Pynnonen Bobby Reichel Sandy Reichel Bonnie Renfors X5 I7 fin! sssat ..- . 4 l ,za , '4l"'Xx .I .... ,1 1: A 1' ,Bi ff . f ff! J-E. 6 , yy - 3 sg .' it f I l, 'S rv' ' V! alfa H -, ix ' ! Q' ...J x P "l ' -M 'Lin . it W It i . , ' Ng , fs ' J If Janet Peura 4 ,, f ' 3 Pamela iortale N P- Pamela ostle 5 ,J . f wt'-of N , ' .J C I 142 f Laurie Prout x 'Gr '53 . ix X. 4 nl 1 Q ,Q 1' . J ln ' as ,, .1 L. Q I N 'gmf f XL ""' l Ql- Ax N vi Q S , . , V X - , .XX 15.9 I X .J 1 I flip 5 X 'lv 1 ' L ' - titt J 'iff . ' e , N 'xl Q 15 04 ,SA ' x 'U' X. P ,x h R fb' N TY, 1 '15 ,f l ' T' ' 2' 2 A 5 I 'A . ' 5- 4 ,.f,u- N ,A Kathy shuty I I 'Q ,N Wayne sikkila 4 -N ' Debra Skewis . I - , . 11 tg, Gary Sleeman WT- -S- la I f' - . 'A 'n Q? . XJ ' ' - j ,VKX ka X XX :fl n if in X Manx tg A Kg ! l I . A " A Lwfs ? - ,-r' y- 1 'Y' Q x uf' Nw -1 1 1 ' I v " z- w ' - ., Q m if . ., ri 143 Cindy Rolando Barbara Roseveare Darrell Ruonavaara Steven Rutledge Vicki Saari David St. Arnaud Karen Savolainen Debbie Schoonover Cindy Schaffer John Sleeman Michael Smith Robert Spear Lorrie Stanaway X Gerrit Sutherland Linda Swanson Scott Swanson Julie Symons Peggy Tammelin Lori Tamminen Bradley Taylor Danny Thompson Marcia Terzaghi Janice Trudell - l 'if' . ., U ,A fc-mf: - fl . B i- V "' - ' - I . 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Nancy Finnila an fix Patrick Francis ' Dan Fulcer Q51 -' Ai, i HW' Au N My Xin Gregory Garceau 5 X my 0 Susan Garlick Q """ "' , f i X X715 V M x avg I A is I .0 sin Mary Goyen Debra Grawn Danny Gugin Patricia Guidebeck Mlcheline Gustitis Kelly Haataja Eric Hager James Hakala Susan Hallgren Robert Gero Terrie Gervae Ross Gleason jf k ws ,G-:" :W M 'SKWAO in -Q, ' x . K X . 146 it 1" , 3 1 l ., f l " 11" . :pf 3: X. V K , ' ' 1. l fa re- 1 2 Ll 4 'IS ,- vu C K ' lk.. I t f' a isis Xl' 2 ii MaryBeth Hamilton Faye Hardin David Heggaton Kristen Heikkinen Nancy Heikkinen m T me . 'rl J ' ins S ps 'Y 4" -vg ' , -- fl- , iff . A x ,nv 1'-17' -sv f J Q: 'J ' , 9 .. 1 X A 5 ,D Xfsf- u fy? 1 s V. ix f ' x -5 t f Rs Thomas Heiskanen ,Nd , 123,-. Roberl: Hemmila - Lf, . ' X Kathy Hiironen X y :. xf53j Alan Hill XX Ar .J P fi' K X 1' ' .S D Q H' l - A 'I X Larry Hill f 1 . " P ,V . Timothy Hill 1 V ' ' "- Kurt Hoiem v I JV" X' X 1 .T n ' ' L: - A .l.l X . Sara Holland Michael Holmi K J D J . 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Robert Petrocik 35 -'t-, li X f'1 if '- 4" Matthew Picel i -. X Daniel Postle xxnk X it N JK 2 JM 4 149 Mark Poutanen Gary Price Kelly Prusi Gary Rasmussen Scott Rasmussen V Beverly Reichel -W . - .., Ricky Renfors Patricia Ricklard Steven Rivers Q iz'-fx! V.. f,,' . ...Vx 1 t 5.4 I fy ff" jf- . if ka' , 'Q ..,, Q .kk,. ' . ,'-.- - ff .K -mm,g- ag S parm 3.4- ,. .abit i Q:-7' sq' -..1 if V ""5'H L4 A ahhh " 4 , .V , I 4 x. - Marta Rose Deborah Saarela Marty Saari Elizabeth St. Aubin Dale Rogers R f ilm l r a 2? ' X .Qc J David Samuelson :"' lf L' Anna Schoonover 1 .mg . L", 1 N I N l l . ai Thomas Schoonover Tony Schuty Paula Stille 150 . I X5-av .V 1 x. g , 'A S 1' 'f,,.' 'R vii 4 xr. s.- 4 Sandra Stille i - Robert Symons Dean Tammelin Q x va , "J -5. . 'w:f1v' A Terry Taskila Michele Turino John Vercoe " Qzgjr' 1' fr V 'A ks Q A Sherry Wagner H y ' AI, V Jon Wakkuri N' 'X-a..frV A -pf L Sheryl Wangberg .ixm-W 1' Q -I - .qyiiqr 'Y 'dl John Warren vs" " 15" 'Y Ann Watters 5 ' U ' 'K John Weber ' 7-53 Richard Wertanen fs- To W ,W ' i ., 'wifi i rvvrr ' V ii h y Richard White "F "f Jonelle Wiig N35 v - :vi Michael Wiliig ' n a WE'-f . . u - M Q - - a 5- ' Q! N' . Q, , Richard Wills .. ' 'i W Philip Zollner Q-PX "A 'Ii Jon Larson .-Qfqv xxxx K X X x XE X X 2 !2j xy X XXQF Q N TA! 6, F L C K - Jxd X My 'WWX9 1 W , A fa XX xx 2 Q x V , 1 I H2 XX V, W fn ff fi J fr Q K 4 K 6 GU x SX W x X X 7321125 Mary St, Arnaud and Steve Hill U,P, Debate Cham ps Sue Goodreau MOD Chairman Andy Prusi and Rich Juidici All-UP Football Award Renee Prusi DAR Award Steve Anderson and Dona Penhale Michigan Math Prize Com petition Sem i-Finalists Jay Ellis and Brian Veale European Honors Touring Band Phil Gleason, Dean Ellis, and Chuck Vercoe Basketball Awards Peggy Sager All UP Basketball Award E HO OR SCHOLARSHIP f1f""'Xe X National Honor Society BACK: C,Vercoe, D.Ellis, K, Brintlinger, R, Jokinen, K Hockmg and P LaFrenlere MIDDLE J Corlett J Col lins, J, Renaldi, J. Maino, N, Albright, R. Prusi and J, Johnson FRONT D Pelkle D Penhale L Flaa J Nykan en, M, St, Arnaud, C, Nelson, and N, Sylvester, Not Pictured. P Gula and D Matthews VALEDICTORIAN RUSS JOKI N EN SALUTATORIAN PETE LAFRENIERE 156 ii Class Of 197 JONICA AGNOLI TIM OT HY AIRAUDI NANCY ALBRIGHT KAREN AMMESMAKI STEPHEN AN DERSON DIANE BA LZARINI 158 5-Lf he-"ff -4.0 'fri X bu H X . N I , ,JB , 1-' 1: H -, L .. ., LU Nh' 1 X, L DEBORAH BLEAU CINDY BOND KURT BRINTLINGER JULIE BRITTON VIRGINIA BROWN WELLINGTON BROWNELL DEBRA CARDEW SUSAN CARDONE RANDOLPH CHAMPION JAY CHAPMAN ELIZABETH COLLINS JUDY COLLINS RENEE CONNORS JAY CORLETT DENNIS CROSCHERE . K. .,' Q ts r Q 160 .1 if'-"V -0.1 Cl? DEAN ELLIS JANICE FILIBECK PAULA DEGABRIELLE DEBORA DENOFRE COLLETTE DOBBS President: Pete LaFrenlere Vice President: John Johnson Secretary: Cheryl Rinne Treasurer: Jean Mitchell If al l X . NP' Yup XYS X FI , 1.4 LAUREN FLAA SANDRA GALLION PHILIP CATHY GRAWN PATRICIA GULA JOHN G 162 r if ' 41 ia' 'X I ,A wx I' 'W 1 ' A ' ng . W, I bfi' SUSAN GOO DREAU AFSON ALAN HEIKKINEN x NJ 'CV Kat" Nr--1 V? :fx V SUE HELANDER RICKY HERMAN JOSEPH HEWITT PERRY HICKS DAVID HILL STEPHEN HILL Spirit Of '76 The class of '76 was represented in the traditional homecoming parade by a senior float, Under the dir ection of Lynette Nloyie many seniors put in many hours creating the Soft 'N Dry octopus with the say- ing NEWBERRY -- No SWEAT. It was a first ever for NHS, a project that got many seniors in the spirit of things, O K , rs' W LN K , I KIMBERLY HOCKING NIICHAEL HOWELL VICKIE JANDRON CHERYL JOHNS GARY JOHNSON HOL LISTER JOHNSON JOHN JOHNSON JUDY JOHNSON LEE JOHNSON 164 Rf wa-'ff ROBERT JOHNSON SANDRA JOHNSON RUSSELL JO KINEN LISA JUCHEMICH RICHARD JUIDICI ALAN KAINULAINEN KATHERINE KANGAS JOHN KANTOLA LEO KANTOLA PEGGY KIKSTRA PEGGY KING GARY KIVELA QL- Y'-'ev X A V Qfv'k5"'3 109' 'lg wx. df!! Q-D 1111 ' 1. 4 s kj. J. 1 T GARY KOSKI LYNN KOSKI WAYNE KUNNARI LO RI KYLLONEN ALFRED LAFAIVE PETER LAFRENIERE ANN LAHTI DAVID LAITINEN CHRISTINE LAITURI DAVID LAJOIE LOUISE LANIERE DESSA LEE LARSON G REGO RY LA RSON K f MELISSA LARSON MICHAEL LARSON SUANNE LARSON KAREN LEAF CAROL LEHTO SHERRIE LEQUIA V? 411-eff JEANNE MAINO JOHN MAKINEN DAVID MANNINEN GLENN MANTY "" 2 5 TT , 531 "' 1 emqjf. ' ,..,' .,.-+4 ,Q-4 "Like Columbus in the olden days We must gather all our courage Sail our ships out on the open sea Cast away our fears and all the years will come and go and take us up--alwa We may never pass this way again." ys T17 ROBERT MARCOTTE RONALD MARTIN DIANE MATT MARI MATTSON MARK MATTSON JOSEPH MCG - ,- X -4 P, .15 J - Q . 'Q "Ks ix '25 . 253- 'lxp's5f'K' Ykyyjtil 1 ff mr ,np fqfv ,gg 0,Q9 fjxwxx . .TA ,xr XX ' ei G, . 5 A max' 8' '35, 22 f.x-A ... A- 4-Y. qw X X 94. Q, X , -,5gQ3?4'S ' ,.1N'5 gg I I Ni. fm 170 HEWS DON MATTSON OMBER MARK MELKA 'ti' JEAN MITCHELL JOHN NIONGIAT LYNETTE MOYLE CINDY NELSON JUDITH NYKANEN MARLENE PACH PAU LA PARIS DEBORAH PELKIE b 4, .wifi-5' z 4,-nazuv'-FA-kM""f ,. .- .- '-sb 'vw 'sr' -"7 0 ff! Q7 Q- -'39 YN-'17 J"-A 'ff'-M' .ann.,,,. f.1.- ,-..l.,q6aLdSbp..,.,. 171 DONA PENHALE MARK PERALA GARY PERUCCO DUANE PETERSON CHRISTINE PETERSON ROBERT POUTANEN ANDREW PRUSI RENEE PRUSI KATHERINE RANTA - -Ti. ...Q mx .- y Wifi? 5 5 Q Eigffg ff 55 95 Q ,iss wi 44 sz TTI' 173 DEBRA RAPPAZINI JUDITH RENALDI CHRISTINE RICE CHERYL RINNE JACKLYN ROLANDO DONALD RUONAVAARA thn- '51 7 1. I 5, DEBRA SAARI FRANK SAARI PEGGY SAG SUSAN SAMUELSON STUART SARASIN MARCIA S and 174 ,z . if S A3 ER MARY ST. ARNAUD CHNIALTZ DENNIS SEPPANEN Sogme men see things as they are an ask why We dream things that never were ask why not? --George Bernard Shaw Motto of the Class of 1976 , f 763 x P .. Q ta' , XFHY x ,, I MARY SHARP NANCY SIIK JOANN SMITH RAYMOND STANAWAY CATHERINE SUNDBERG Q-ff A-ff TIMOTHY SMITH PAMELA SOVA THERESA SPELGATTI RANDY SUNDELL LINDA SYLVESTER NANCY SY LVESTER KEVIN TERZAGHI ROBERT THOMPSON GARY TRESEDDER RICHARD TRUDELL RUSSELL VALLIER i..,,,.,...a" ,M What Next? Looking Forward to a future of working and family life --this year's senior class chose classes to prepare them for life after high school, Co-op, business courses, Home Ec, and shop classes were picked by students planning on working, marriage, or trade school after High School, Some Seniors took advantage of classes offered at N.lVl,U, while others took classes to prepare them for college, BRIAN VEALE CHARLES VERCOE DARYL VIENOLA JEAN WERTANEN KEVIN WIC KSTRONI LYNNE WILLIAMS KENNETH WILLS ELIZABETH ZANETTI f--9 5 Q' dll or mx .1 tx 'lE,1,i'.?.' l, at 177 Clothes Horses: Dean Ellis and Cathy Grawn Super Smiles Stu Sarasin and Sue Goodreau Best All Around Lynn Koski and Pete LaFreniere Super Shapes Carol Lehto and Bob Thompson RTPXQS J , .V V, . Kathy Ranta Fast Talkers Lee Johnson SENIOR BALLOT Music Masters Dona Penhale and Brian Veale Craft Creators Wayne Kunnari and Jan Filibeck F- X .'X uns? Randy Sundell Short Fused Mari Mattson Most Fun: Loulse LaMere Kurt Brlntlinger Most Likely To Succeed: Russ Jokinen Renee Prusi School Supporters Andy Prusi Judy Renaldl SENIOR DIRECTORY AGNOLI, JONICA: Pioneer 2'4: Newspaper 47 SSC 37 Tri-Hi-Y 2-47 Chorus 1-47 Track 2-37 BB Manager 3. AIRAU DI, TIMOTHY: Chorus 17 Sats 47 Tennis 4, ALBRIGHT, NANCY: Pioneer 2-42 Forensics 17 Ski Club 47 Health Careers 2-37 Band 1,2,47 Chorus 1-37 Tennis 3,47 Track 17 Con, Orch, 1, AMMESMAKI, KAREN: Pioneer 47 Chorus 1-4: Co-op 4 ANDERSON, STEPHEN: Pioneer 47 Newspaper 47 Hi-Y- 1'3: Pep Club 3,47 Sats 1-47 Tennis 1-47 FB 17 BB Manager 2, BALZARINI, DIANE: Health Careers 2-32 Orch., Con. Orch, 1-4, BLEAU, DEBORAH: Band 1-2, Co-op 4. BOND, CINDY: Pep Club 37 Chorus 1-37 Co-op 47 Guidance Office 47 Majorettes 2. , BRINTLINGER, KURT: Chorus 2-41 Track 1-47 FB 1-4 BB 17 BB Manager 2, BRITTON, JULIE: Pioneer 2-47 Newspaper 47 Pep Club 37 Band 1-47 Con. Orch, 37 Track 1-4, BROWN, VIRGINIA: Pep Club 1,37 Class Off, 27 Chorus 1-47 Co-op 47 Track 1,2, BROWNELL, WELLINGTON: Chorus 17 Co-op 47 Ten- nis 27 Track 17 FB 4, CARDEW, DEBRA: Co-op 4, CARDONE, SUSAN: Newspaper 3,41 Pep Club 37 Co-op 47 Cheerleading 1,27 Guidance Office 3,4, CHAMPION, RANDOLPH: Co-op 47 Wrestling 1-47 FB 1,2,4, CHAPMAN, JAY: Pep Club 3,47 Sats 2-47 Tennis 2-47 FB 1,27 BB 1, BB Manager 3,4, ' COLLINS, ELIZABETH: Pep Club 37 Band 1-47 Con. Orch, 3,47 Track 27 Gymnastics Manager 2-4, COLLINS, JUDY: Pioneer 27 Library Worker 27 Pep Club 1,3,4, Chorus 1-47 Co-op 47 Guidance Office 47 BB 1-4: Cheerleading 1-4, CONNORS, RENEE: Library Worker 3,47 Band 1,27 Co- op 4, CORLETT, JAY: Band 1-4, CROSCHERE, DENNIS: DEGABRIELE, PAULA: Ski Club 3,47 Orch., Con. Orch 1,27 Majorettes 1-47 Co-op 4, DENOFRE, DEBO RA: Co-op 4. DOBBS, COLETTE: Chorus 3, ELLIS, DEAN: Hi-Y 1-37 Pep Club 47 BB 1-47 FB 1-4, ELLIS, JAY: Chorus 1-47 Band 1-47 Con, Orch. 27 Sats 2,37 Tennis 27 FB 1, FILIBECK, JANICE: SSC 4, FLAA, LAUREN: Pioneer 2,47 Chorus 1-4, GALLION, SANDRA: Library Worker 1,27 Chorus 1-47 Co-op 47 Gymnastics 1,27 Track 1,2, GLEASON, PHILIP: Co-op 47 Track 17 FB 2-47 BB 1-4 GOODREAU, SUSAN: Newspaper 47 Pep Club 37 Chorus 1-4, GRAWN, CATHY: Chorus 17 Band 1,27 Co-op 4, GULA, PATRICIA: Transfer from Star Lake, New York GUSTAFSON, JOHN: Band 1-4, HEIKKINEN, ALAN: HELANDER, SUE: Co-op 4. HERMAN, RICKY: Band 1-37 Track 17 FB 1,2, HEWITT, JOSEPH: Chess Club 1-37 BB Manager 1,2, HICKS, PERRY: Sats 1-47 FB 1-3. HILL, DAVID: Track 1. HILL, STEPHEN: Debate 1-47 Chess Club 3,47 Tennis 2. HOCKING, KIMBERLY: Ski Club 47 Sats 1-47 Wres- tling 17 FB 1,2, HOWELL, MICHAEL: Debate 1-4, JANDRON, VICKIE: Tri-Hi-Y 37 Co-op 47 Gymnastics 27 Track 27 BB 1-4. JOHNS, CHERYL: Library Worker 27 Chorus 1-4, JOHNSON, GARY: Sats 1-47 Tennis 2-47 FB 1. JOHNSON, HOLLISTER: Debate 1-37 French Club 47 Pep Club 47 Chorus 1'4: Orch., Con, Orch, 1, JOHNSON, JO HN: Hi-Y 1-3, Pep Club 37 Class Off, 3-47 Co-op 47 Track 1-22 FB 1-47 BB 1-4, JOHNSON, JUDY: JOHNSON, LEE: Pioneer 2-47 Newspaper 37 PAC 17 Pep Club 47 Chorus 27 Tennis 1-47 FB 17 BB 1,2, JOHNSON, ROBERT: JOHNSON, SANDRA: French Club 4, JOKINEN, RUSSELL: Track 1'47 Sats 1,2,47 FB 1,2,4, JUCHEMICH, LISA: Chorus 1-4. JUIDICI, RICHARD: Hi-Y 2,37 Co-op 47 Tennis 17 FB 1-47 BB 1,2, KAINULAINEN, ALAN: Band 1,27 FB 4, KANGAS, KATHERINE: Library Worker 4. KANTOLA, JOHN: KANTOLA, LEO: KIKSTRA, PEGGY: Guidance Office 4, KING, PEGGY: Transfer from Marquette, Michigan, KIVELA, GARY: Co-op 4, KOSKI, GARY: Ski Club 47 Sats 1,27 FB 1, KOSKI, LYNN: Pioneer 37 Newspaper 47 PAC 27 SSC 3 Pep Club 17 Student Council 3,47Guidance Office 37 Cheerleading 1,27 Track 1,2, KUNNARI, WAYNE: Hi-Y 1-37 Pep Club 1,3,47 Co-op 47 Tennis 37 Track 17 BB 1-4. KYLLONEN, LO RI: Health Careers 2,37 Band 1-4, LAFAIVE, ALFRED: Debate 2,37 Ski Club 3, LAFRENIERE, PETER: Hi-Y 1-37 Class Off. 2-47 Stu- dent Council 2-47 Track 1-47 FB 1-47 BB 1-4, LAHT1, ANN: Pep Club 3,47 Band 1,2, I LAITINEN, DAVID: Pep Club 1,3,47 Chorus 1,27 Tennis 2-47 'Track 17 BB 1-4, LAITURI, CHRISTINE: LAJOIE, DAVID: Pep Club 3,47 Sats 1-4, LAMERE, LOUISE: Chorus 1-4, LARSON, DESSALEE: Pioneer 3,47 Pep Club 3,47 Chor 2-4, LARSON, GREGORY: Co-op 4. LARSON, MELISSA: Pioneer 1-47 Tri-Hi-Y 2-47 SSC US 4: Chorus 3,47 LARSON, MI LA RSON, SU Guidance O LEAF, KA REIX Office 47 G LEHTO, CAR Track 1-47 LEQUIA, SHE MAINO, JEAIX dent Counci Orch., Con, Orch, 1-4, HAEL: Sats 1-47 BB Manager 1, NNE: Pep Club 3,47 Chorus 2, Co-op 47 fice 37 Track 2,47 BB Manager 4, : SSC 37 Chorus 17 Bancl 1,27 Guidance 'mnastics 1-3, L: Health Careers 37 Orch., Con. Orch, 1 B 2, RIE: Pep Club 37 Chorus 2,3, NE: PAC 1,27 SSC 3,47 Pep Club 17 Stu- I 1,27 Track 17 Track Manager 2, MAKINEN, JIHDHN: Band 1,2, I MANNINEN MANTY, G LE MARCOTTE, Wrestling 3 AVID: Tennis 3,4, NN: ROBERT: Pioneer 47 Sa1.s 2-47 Tennis 1,27 47 FB 27 C0-op 4, MARTIN, RO-lXlALD: Skill Center 47 Sats 1,2, MATTHEWS, MATTSON, D lvlATTsoN, ,ll MATTSON rvlccolvi BER, BB 1, MITCHELL 1-37 Forensi Chorus 1-4, MONGIAT, J MOYLE, LYN Novi, Michi NELSON, CIN leading 1-2 Band 1,27 B PACH, MARL PARIS, PAUL 1-37 BB 3- PELKIE, DEB Student Cou 182 DIANE: Pioneer 3,47 Chorus 1-4, ON: Pep Club 47 Sats 1-4, ARI: Orch., Con, Orch. 17 Co-op 4, ARK: BB 1. JOSEPH: Sats.2,47 Wrestling 27 FB 1,27 MELKA, MAR , JEAN: Pioneer 47 Newspaper 47 Debate K: Tennis 17 BB 1-4, cs 2-47 Tri-Hi-Y 3-47 Class Off. 3,47 HN: Sats 1, TTE: SSC 3,47 Chorus 25,47 Transfer from an, DY: Pioneer 37 Pep Club 1,37 Career En- ass Off. 27 Chorus 1-37 Co-op 47 Cheer- quirers 27 Cl j: Track 2, NYKANEN, JU DITH: Ski Club 47 Health Careers 37 B 2-4. NE: Transfer from Escanaba, Michigan, : Health Careers 2,32 Orch., Con, Orch, .RAH: Pep club 1,3,4, Class off, 1,27 cil 27 Chorus 2-47 Cheerleading 1-47 Gymnastics 2, PENHALE, DONA: Pioneer 1-47 French Club 47 Pep Club l,3,47 Chorus 1-47 Orch., Con, Orch, 1-4, PERALA, MARK: Track 1, PERUCCO, GARY: Band 17 Sats 1-47 Tennis 2. PETERSON, A. DUANE: Sats 3,47 Tennis 3, Wrestling 47 FB 47 Transfer from Marquette, Michigan, PETERSON, CHRISTINE: Tri-Hi-Y 47 Chorus 1,27 Co- op 4. POUTANEN, ROBERT: Band 1-37 Con, Orch. 1-3, PRUSI, ANDREW: Pep Club 3,47 Student Council 47 Chorus 1-47 Sats 1-47 Wrestling 27 FB 1-4, PRUSI, RENEE: Pioneer 2-47 Newspaper 2-47 Tri-Hi-Y 3,47 French Club 47 Pep Club l,3,47 Student Council 3,47 Chorus 1-47 Orch,, Con. Orch. 1, RANTA, KATHERINE: Pep Club l,3,47 Cheerleading 1-47 Gymnastics 1-47 Track 1,2,47 Track Manager 3, RAPPAZINI, DEBRA: Chorus 1-47 Co-op 4, RENALDI, JUDITH: Pioneer 1-47 Newspaper 47 PAC 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2-47 Pep Club 3,47 Class Off, 17 Student Council 1,32 Chorus 1"4: Band 1-47 Con, Orch, 3,47 Track 1, RICE, CHRISTINE: Library Worker 37 Chorus 17 Co-op 4. RINNE, CHERYL: Class Off. 3,47 Track 1-47 BB 2-4. ROLANDO, JACKLYN: Chorus 1-47 Co-op 4. RUONAVAARA, DONALD: Co-op 4, SAARI, DEBRA: Pioneer 47 Ski Club 3,47 Pep Club 3,47 Chorus 1-47 Orch., Con, Orch, 1-47 Tennis 47 Track 1-4, SAARI, FRANK: SAGER, PEGGY: Library Worker 47 Ski Club 47 Student Council 1,27 Band 1-47 Con. Orch, 47 Track 2,47 BB 1-4, ST. ARNAUD, MARY: Newspaper 3,47 Debate 1-47 SSC 3,47 Careers Enquirers 1,2, SAMUELSON, SUSAN: Co-op 4. SARASIN, STUART: Pioneer 47 Pep Club 3,47 Sats 3,47 Tennis 1-47 BB 1,2, SEPPANEN, DENNIS: Chess Club 2-47 Band 27 Sats 2,3. SHARP, MARY: Library Worker 2-47 Class Off, 17 Orch Con. Orch, 1,27 Track 2, SIIK, NANCY: Tri-Hi-Y 2-47 Library Worker 27 Pep Club 1,37 Career Enquirers 27 Band 1-47 Chorus 1-47 Con, Orch, 1-47 Skill Center 47 Cheerleading 1, SMITH, JOANN: Library Worker 27 Chorus 3,47 Co-op 47 Gymnastics 2. SMITH, TIMOTHY: Skill Center 47 FB 1,27 BB 1, SOVA, PAMELA: Transfer from Ishpeming, Michigan. SPELGATTI, THERESA: Health Careers 17 Chorus 1,27 Co-op 4. STANAWAY, RAYMOND: Sats l,2. SUNDBERG, CATHERINE: Band 1-37 Co-op 4, SUNDELL, RANDY: Pioneer 47 Chorus 1-37 Pep Club 3,47 BB 1,27 FB 1,2. SYLVESTER, LINDA: Pioneer 1,2,47 Health Careers 3, SYLVESTER, NANCY: Debate 1-37 Forensics 37 Tri- Hi-Y 2-47 Library Worker 37 Chorus 1, TERZAGHI, KEVIN: FB 1, A THOMPSON, ROBERT: Pioneer 47 Pep Club 3,47 Track 1-47 Wrestling 27 FB 1-47 BB 1,27 Co-op 4, TRESEDDER, GARY: Chorus 1-47 Sats 2"'4: FB 2, TRUDELL, RICHARD: FB 1,2. VALLIER, RUSSEL: Sats 1-47 BB 1,2, VEALE, BRIAN: Pep Club 37 Chorus 1-47 Band 1-4, Con. Orch, l,3,47 Sats 17 Tennis 2, VERCOE, CHARLES: Tennis 1-47 FB 1,2,47 BB 1-4, VIENOLA, DARYL: Co-op 47 Wrestling 2, WERTANEN, JEAN: Pioneer 3,47 Tri-Hi-Y 47 Ski Club 3,47 Pep Club 3,47 Chorus 1-47 Orch., Con. Orch, 1-4 Track 2,4, WICKST ROM, KEVIN: Chorus 1-47 Sats 17 Track 37 Wrestling 17 FB 3,4, WILLIAMS, LYNNE: Co-op 4. WILLS, KENNETH: ZANETTI, ELIZABETH: Health Careers 27 Chorus 1,37 Orch., Con. Orch, 1-3, SCHMALTZ, MARCIA: Tri-Hi-Y 47 Chorus 1'4f CO-OP4' 'IR3 X., fx X j f i 125 SHOP Marquette Mall TOWNE HOUSE Negaunee's Family Restaurant 340 Iron Street Mon, Tues, Thurs, 6 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Wed. 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. Fri. - Sat. 6 a.m. - 2:30 a.m. Sun. 11:30 - 3:00 Buffet PAUL'S JEWELRY 211 S. Main Street .IOSEPH'S IShpCming Ishpeming, Michigan HU6-4281 186 NARDI S HALLMARK Cards Records and Tapes WALT BIETILA S SPORTING GOODS lshpeming Michigan A 486-8671 9 a WALLY'S DOWNTOWNER Specials Every Day Corner of Main and Division lshpeming, Michigan 49849 PIONEER AGENCY OF NEGAUNEE Edgar C. Akel Professional Insurance Service Detroit and Northern Savings and Loan 475-9906 E055 R " R 9 s4'b ., . -.1 'f . 03. Q, N f ' " Lie ll 0 ', , 0 1' , . pfuonf, CA 6 954C WfAfQUE77'E MICH 401 West Washington Street PATRONS JEAN'S JEWELRY OLSON NEWS STATE FARM INSURANCE NEGAUNEE CSIISIIINCBISNITY CREDIT Joseph E Barabe Agent Best Place to Borrow 205 Iron Street or Save Negaunee Membershop Open to all Resldents TAYLOR S A 8t W DRIVE IN Compllments of OLOR VISION il--F-f Negaunee Ishpemmg Your Thrrst A1d Statlon R ENTRAL FLORIST MARQUETTE MUSIC CENTER Marquette Mall Ne 415 Iron Street gaunee MlChlgaH 49866 475 4464 'I88 nwif' VW I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEGAUNEE, MICHIGAN A Full Service Bank STElN'S SELlN'S AND lshpeming STElN'S FOR HER Best Wishes to the Class of "76" NEGAUNEE ' CO OP -su, ga PAJALA 81 MAKI CONTRACTORS, INC Commerclal lnstltutnonal 440 lI'OI1 Street Indugtrlal Negaunec Mlchlgan Proms Parties Fun Occasions All start at your Wishing you a successful future MAUTINOS DRUG STORE One and Only Negaunee Fashion Store 475-4281 Ishpeming x Ishpeming Michigan PENNEY'S HOOPER STANAWAY FORD Dealer for Negaunee and surroundlng areas 485 5547 Ford Thunderbird LTD Elite Tunno Granada Maverick Pinto , , . . . 1 1 1 1 KOSKEY FUNERAL HOME Compliments of KIRKISH'S OF ISHPEMING AND VIRG'S OF MARQUETTE CARROLL MOTOR SUPPLY Marquette - Ishpeming KNUTSON NURSING HOME 125 E Main St Negaunee Mich COAST TO COAST Your Total Hardware Store Ishpeming Michigan 486 9772 CC 145' AROUSEL GIFT SHOP Two Locations 209 S. Main, Ishpeming W. Washington, Marquette Be Wise Russo-ize at RUSSO BROS. SUPER MARKET The O Home of MAMA RLiSSO'S Homemade Products: Negaunee, Michigan I.G.A. est Wishes to the Class of 76 HNSON S DRUG STORE Ishpemmg Michigan . ' . B ' J 7 210 S. Main St. 192 Miners First National Bank and Trust Company DOWNTOWN AND MIRACLE CENTER ISHPEMING MICHIGAN MEMBER F DIC " 5 I I NEELY'S Compliments to The Class of 1976 Neely's Lumber 8: Supply 317 W. Clark St. Negaunee TIGER TOGS Women's Fashions 475-4441 400 Iron St. Negaunee, Michigan 49866 Our very best wishes to the class of 76' LOWENSTEIN'S "A department store where smart things come from " Negaunee SCOTT S RANCH HOUSE US 41 84 Baldwm Avenue Home Cooked Meals STERN 8a FIELD Marquette Mall 228 8062 Downtown 226 6508 LAFRENIERE'S FURNITURE ow low prlces that the workmg man can afford RED ONION PASTY SHOP Two Locatlons Escanaba and Negaunee Teal Lake Ave 475 9281 TERRY S SERVICE General Repalrs 9 Negaunee, Michigan 194 VIOLETTA'S MUSIC SUPPLY HANDY S SHELL AND GROCFRY NAGELKIRK'S FARMERS MARKET U.S. 41 - West Marquette, Michigan 228-7440 DUBINSKY S LADIES APPAREL Tots - Teens N - B - Tweens 204 S. Main Street 486-4551 Ishpeming BRAMBLE BOUTIQUE 224 Jackson St Negaunce QUALITY MARKET 195 KELLAN'S JEWELRY SYMON'S HARDWARE RTE. h BOX 29-A U B 41 NEGAUNEE1 MICHIGAN 49666 Jackson mine CHIEF MARJI-GEBICK FRANK G. MATTHEWS. SR I GUIDE SERVICE 196 1 ff LEVINE BROS. BARNEY'S SHELL SERVICE Main 8a Teal Lake Avenue Negaunee, Mich. Phone 475-9572 MlKE'S "OUR OWN" HARDWARE QHighway U.S. 415 Home of the Mighty Jacobson Power Equipment More than a hardware store We Care 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Seven Days a Week Headquarters for 10 speed bikes Lawn 8a Garden Fast dependable repairs Snowblowers Chain Saws Tillers Shredders "Wishes The Best of Luck to All Graduates" MlKE'S PARTY STORE CServing You Better From Two Locationsl U.S. 41 X Negaunee 1840 Presque Isle R Marquette WE FEATURE Complete Grocery Line Home Made Salads Bulk Luncheon Meats Fresh Meats Party Supplies Open 8 A.M to 12 P.M. EVERY DAY 197 Another word for Graduation IS Commencement And u that m1ght be a good thing for grad as they receive their diplomas. It's no accident that the most suc looked upon themselves as life-long thought of themselves as graduati mencing to learn. One of them- well: Courage has genius, power, an Only engage, and then the mi ates to keep in mind cessful men in history students. They never g, but only as com- goethe-put it rather S very minute: d magic in it. nd grows heated: Are you in earnest? Seize thi Begin it - and the work will be completed. With best wishes to those who are commencing . . . cfic P The Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company 198 9 NEGAUNEE PHARMACY ' QTi Your Full Servlce Farr Prlce Commumty Pharmacy Lakeview Center NEGAUNEE HOME BAKERY AND Negaunee DONUT SHOP Clyde LaRock Prop Gr5 9551 HU5 5213 LACOSSE OIL COMPANY ZEPHYR Low FAMILY 475 4271 Negaunee Pmcfs sHoPPlNc ERRICK S FOUR LOCATIONS ISHN MING - MAIQUHYI - NIGAUNIE -CWINN 199 Compliments of U.P. OFFICE SUPPLY T.W. MAKI AGENCY "The Insurance Store" 314 Iron Street Negaunee Compliments of TWIN CITY FLORIST 625 N. Third Street Ishpeming, Michigan EHMANEN'S JEWELRY AND THE MINERS STORE Negaunee PHOTO SHOP 115 W. Division Street Ishpeming 486-8781 RAINBOW STUDIO ' S 617 North Third Street Marquette, Michigan 49855 Phone: 226-9711 I Q-I WEST 202 Cleveland Avenue Ishpeming, Michigan 49849 Phone: 485-1417 Both Locations to Serve You Senior Portrait Specialists Congratulations Class of 76 an Hope to Serve You Class of 77 Satisfaction Guaranteed 3 EDITORIAL BOARD Steve Anderson Sports editor Dona Penhale Business manager Renee Prusi Editor Judy Renaldi Clubs and Activities Mrs, Zesiger Adviser Karin Lind Underclassmen Melissa Larson Faculty PIONEER - A LAST ORD Karin--Editor in 1977 vf XxX"Al First and last ou to have their pi took so many o division pages, 1 The endless typi r thanks to all the people who stood still tures taken, And to Dale Rogers who those pictures. 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