New Buffalo High School - Buffalodian Yearbook (New Buffalo, MI)

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'w 'ighikl vi HQ A-N L1 1 4 1f3,eA.,kS'QM,mx w .Vgwgl X 'X 55, H ff . X 'il . 4 BUFFALODIAN 1962 EDITOR: JIM KUCERA BUSINESS MGR.: GEORGE GOOCH PHOTOGRAPHER: BOB KLICERA NEW BUFFALO HIGH SCHOOL NEW BUFFALO. MICHIGAN TW ISTIX 'Ffh TABLE TWIQTING THROUGH . 1- 1 1 QW I A'1lQ ' Q A VIII! xx f-'N APS. 9 gigs? OV r-'lloilzgim X , ,r -f1Q.ifikf'fi' is Q 1 l I 3 ' , ie I 4. 7 f Ng' wp f l A i ,, ,K CKQSE-:if X V X , X fy The brightly-colored football jerseys . . . the painted leaves . . . the rosy cheeks and nipping air . . . the not-so- quiet study hall . . . This . . . is fall The sparkling snow . . . the conference campaign . . . the reminder for spectators's bus . . . the exhausting Writing of final exams . . . the ringing 2-4-6-8 cry . . . the Valentine Dance . . . the team snipping the nets . . . class parties and talent-show cheer . . . This . . . is winter . . , The final note of a school year . , .the painted faces in an all- school play . . . track meets. . . . our band performs . . .baseball games . . . graduation and depart- ing . , . the final note is spring. All this . . . TWISTING THROUGH THE SCHOOL SEASONS! OF CONTENTS FALL Forward- -Dedication Administration- -Faculty 7th at 8th Grade l 1 ,Q Football--Homecoming "9 6 'LQ 5? ,, r. A " THE SCHOOL SEASONS Q ,amp WINTER Basketball G.A.A.--F.H.A.--H,S. Student Council 9th 8: 10th Grade SPRING Band gl Chorus All-School Play Baseball 81 Track Varsity Club Forensics Annual Staff llth Grade Prom Seniors Advertisements 42 J Q X5 'I .ai A I Lwlxgjx If "" " ' N-N. .Q baked fiona "Mr. Smith." That name, the direct address and reference of many a high-school student and citizen of New Buffalo for the past six years, is the Nestor of New Buffalo High School. ' A Pennsylvanian by birth, Mr. Smith, as pictured above, has held the torches of hard work and study coupled with perseverance and self-reliance high, and these qualities have been the ideals of his New Buffalo students. Mr. Smith's life has been enriched by his early teaching years in the rugged, mountain country of Kentucky. lt was, as Mr. Smith says, "The most interesting experience l've ever had." Life has not been of Riley for Mr. Smith, but he has weathered all squalls and storms with a skipper's skill. After a half-century of dedication to a worthy profession, six years of them at New Buffalo, Mr. Smith has more than deserved the dedication of his New Buffalo High School. 4 'av 1-...., X , .,,w M ,- , 55... 3' .5 ii' 'im 3, . , E 5 7 N Li .W ?f'f7'lKf1i, - S f iffw M app" . A ,-L. iff A ,Q A at W ' gif . ag" ' X' rl-er if 53? . fri: - . - Af' " I . QL if-2, 12, my . .jp ,L - vir3ff,5655f,3,f51i5i,z:l -- -A Q in K V A ,W . . we A ei: 1 Q f - ...L ., .3 ff 4 iii fi , fee, ' A L ' xr 1 ' H if or it K . will 4. , 2 . I S . 5 ,vsp Q fsif ai g g mf- lik' ' A W A Egg . cigar W . ' ,kf- 11 .Iii ' M M A . is v . , K E ii, Iggy. an - W5 L ,.,. , I H ,, ' ' ,lx ig is .41 . -1::. . :Z 5 ., -,,, 5. , H ::.,:- -- Xi 5 A v .Q Q- v 3' ' W2 '15 I ff 1, 1 N 4 , . , f v y all-.xv I -,N in . .1 f 1 , 2' . il N. lx ., X 5' '-nt '- .Nu 2 - fran BA' .V gli., f -7 .M U.v,,a Q.-s L Although autumn symbolizes the dearth and decay of nature, it twists and ushers in a bright, active, promising year for New Buffalo High School . 5 frfrff TL, ,K Y '53 Q7 w' 9915? SCHOOL BOARD STUDIES PLANS FOR NEW SCHOOL Supt. Reyher, Mrs. Trepany, Mr. Ghareeb Mr. Russell, Mr. Shimkus, Mrs. Raz, Mr. Zientarski, Mr. Kelderhouse. President Russell presides over a jovial group. You have often heard the remark, "It's board policy." Who is this "board"? It is an elected committee of responsible, leading Citizens who direct the com- munity's education program. Composed of housewife, mechanic, lawyer, patrolman, businessman, and electrician, the school board enacted several significant issues for 1961--1962, including a wage increase for teachers and active consideration of a new high school to balance space and increasing school enrollment. 6 ADMINISTRATION The future of the new Buffalo High School is very bright with the possibilities of better educational services for her students. The rapid growth of our communityhas causedan in- crease in our school enrollment from eight hundred to nearly thirteen hundred students in ten years. Now, it is necessary for our community to provide for her youth larger and better high-school educational facilities and an expanded curriculum. Cfood education is costly, but I firmly believe that the citizens of our community want their children well edu- cated and are willing to sacrifice for it. Congratulations and my best wishes to each one of you graduating seniors, and we hope that when you return in future years, you may expect a new New Buffalo High School. 5"9f Nw I A Q31 Qtigii ifilg 35 lf' Myron H. Reyher, Superintendent 2 Alma College, B.A. Michigan State U., M.A. was iff-9 ' 95.0 Nrtka Wu M 62. Damon Simon, Guidance Counselor Eastern Michigan U., B.S. University of Michigan, M.A. The purpose of guidance in the ' Stan A. Sosnouskiy Principal school is to provide assistance to St. AmbrOSe College, B'A. students with educational planning, f University of Michigan, M.A. vocational planning, and personal problems by working with indivi- dual students, parents, and the classroom teacher. 4 Dear Graduating Seniors, Each year I see a new class graduate in June. You .-Q students become adult citizens who will shape the destiny 'K of not only New Buffalo but of our country. How well you do this depends upon the knowledge you possess as you leave New Buffalo High. Those of you who learned the skills of self-discipline and have developed good attitude as well as a sense of responsibility will be the ones who will succeed. Your future in mature life depends upon you as much and even more than your success in school was dependent upon you. May I wish all of you the best of luck in this, your life away from New Buffalo High School. 7 ATHLETIC DEPT. "Then I told that guy . . . :swf Jw- ,,fWiw, miss riff, - ,w -M f51p..e,..,l: -Jmxlfilstfci ff? f, ' , 155552515 .sf-S .gg 225153553917 - - V ',',lf2i1:55'5XE1f' M: t.:..,., . wsmi 1? lzeiiswifsgfgsgf .. f Hcsaff-'fe five . ms.-isa f, , V 9 sisiifsfwriii iw? ' - .mEaa2'iefwc'i ' T V- A ffl- ww Q KENNETH SHAKLEE Colorado State College, A.B.g Social Studies, Physical Ed.g Football, Basketball, Kr Base- ball Coach, Student Council Advisor. Physical education guides the RON MORRISON Northern Michigan College, B.S.5 Social Studies, Healthg Track, JV Basketball, As- sistant Football Coach, Senior Advisor. BETTY TURNER Central Michigan U., B.S.g Physical Education, Health, English, GAA Advisor, Play Director, Junior Advisor. individual towards physical fit- ness, Which is a prerequisite to a healthy mind. "Okay, girls, -fl loud and clear!" "Covert, Dohner, Elliott, Hill, Hill- rnan, Melgin, Pazieski, McCort, Schultz, Wolf?" 8 .,,, ,ff ENGLISH MRS. DARLENE LARSON Knox College, A.B.g English, Sociology, Psychology. "But Words are things, and a small drop of ink, Falling like dew, upon a thought, produces That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, thinkg 'Tis strange, the shortest letter which man uses Instead of speech, may form a lasting link Of agesg to what straits old Time reduces Frail man, when paper--even a rag like this, Survives himself, his tomb, and all that's his!" QByro MISS LINDA J. TROUT Ball State Teacher's College, Englishg Cheerleader Advisor. press his thoughts in words by tongue and pen effectively and to es CHARLES W. SAUNDERS Ball State, B.S.g English, Speechg Forensics Advi- sor, JV Football Coach. nl The student should learn to ex- listen and read with understanding. RAYMOND NAGEL Coe College, B.A. B.A.g English, Annual Advisor. HISTORY To understand how and why the present came to be is why the student studies past news which is called history. RICHARD SLATER U Western Michigan U., B.S.g U. of Michigan, M.A.3 Social Studies. MRS. ELIZABETH ORLOFF Nat'l. College of Education, B.E.g French, Spanish, English. FOREIGN LANGUAGE To develop an apprecia- tion for language as some- thing you understand and say before you read and Write-- this is the basis for corn- rnunication between in- dividuals. IO JOHN NAGY U. of Notre Dame, A.B., M.A.g Social Studies, English ANGELO LAURICELLA Western Michigan U., B.S.g Social Studies. i EDGAR BANEY Ball State, B.S.g Math, Physics , Driver Education, 9th Grade Advisor. FRED WOLLER, JR. Bemidji State College, B.S.g Math. MATH r The milestones of man's if 5. progress are the new con- cepts of mathematics as they are revealed one by one. How will you fit in this parade of progress? EUGENE YINGLING U. of Illinois, B.S.g Band, Glee Club. MUSIC From Schubert to Checker, music is an art that can captivate the wildest savage and the most civilized intellectual. The student should understand and appreciate what and how music is and learn to captivate audiences him- self, ll RAYMOND SMITH University of Minnesota, B.S.g Math, Industrial Educa tiong Honor Society Advisor. MAX H. CAMPBELL Western Michigan U., B.A.g Mathematics. WILLARD PRYNN Northern Illinois U., BS., Biology, Chemistryg Junior High Bas- ketball gc Track Coach. SCIENCE MRS. HELEN M. BANEY Central Normal College, B.S., Michigan State U., M.S.gCommercial1 The purpose of Science is to introduce the stu- dents to basic scientific con- cepts and equip- ROBERT NYSTROM Wisconsin State Col- lege, B.S.g Science, Social Science, 7th Grade Advisor. Because the vast majority of our nation's population is of people who coordinate hand and mind in manual labor, it is im- portant that the stu- PHYLLIS WOODWARD Chicago Teachers College, Librar- ian, B .E . ment by use of the scientific method. MISS MARJORIE KLINKER Ball State, B.S.g Western Michigan U,, M.A.g Home Economicsg FHA Advisor, 10th Grade Advisor. VDCATIONAL TRAINING dent should learn the fundamentals of a vocation. EDWARD LIJEWSKI Central Michigan U. B.S.g Industrial Arts 8th Grade Advisor. 1 vw ,H 1 'gh' . 'Q ' 'n F i A A if f 5' 'S g gt, . W . , 3- If 2 sv will 3 ,K f K -Q. u cccc K , , .k.. . L E it Clockwise: Ethel Jilek in- vestigating filesg Edna Xan- der collecting cafeteria cashg June Seigmund musing about guidance and poetryg Cooks concocting cuisine. Cooks: Frieda Paula, Cleone Everett, Dorothy Ervin, Vera Shoeniaker. Nurse Pearl Farina and as- sistants. Secretary: Principal secret- ary Edna, Superintendent? secretary Ethel, and Guidance Counseloi-'s arnanuensis June. V Ii:4s1"2Mm ' :2:"f:ei'143?v2 - ' A-new l 1. A E E, l3 Eh -as - .Sf is is X wi lm V 3 Ther-e's a long, long hall a 'windin' . . . Hey. look what I found! if Hin. ,gsw , , This Tvvistin' really wears down the shoes! CUSTODIAL STAFF File l3!!!! Custodians: STANDING: R. Peters, A. Rosenbaum, H. Asch, D. Borglin, H. Ahrens. KNEELING: A. Herrbach, T. Grootendor st. Let there be cleanliness! Reception Committee STANDING: Mrs. Ballew, Mrs. Kelsey, Mrs. Clark Officers: Hist. Conway, Pres. Wag- ner, Secy. Casselman, V. P. Van- Mrs. Casselman, Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. Butlerg Mrs. Shimkus, Mrs. Dietrich, Mrs. Henning, Mrs. Stranad. 1 seen my mother?" "Not here." Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. TONIGHT Overheard at Paddy's Fair: Mrs. Hocking, "Has anyone Mr. Wilkes and son Dave, McNeill, Pflughaupt, Conway, and .Tosenhans did NOT perform at the usual meeting. 15 f Hartesvelt, Treas. Swank. "Sorry, Paul. On PTA night EVERYONE drinks C off e e ." , S 5 f. 1. 'I H 3 :Z KE . Hi :lah ' ff? , ' 75 f 1? 1 .l: 1 . - .. mhvy. . ?. S Qui. 4, 5 N.,,,-wi , it X .ff - F, Aw , . ,M ff my .-N 'N . K.. 5 8 fig ' on AX "Mr. Simon, what can I do about . . "' "Taking five." nf . 'N The Discards QR. Ewing, J. Seigrnund, M. Behrens, A. Pollardl vocalizing. "These will take all night!" "That shutterbug again ! " if "That's the way the ball bounces Y ll As Iwas saying . . " 16 fl ,Calif 4. K ,.., may M L Well, not quite a perfect score. Darn ten pin is still standin ! Perfect game, here We go! g "On the one hand . . " " . . and on the other . . ' Sb.. sr- rr-1' is Whew! Iguess I'm not as Sink if! yy young as I used to be! Get that Jump Ball! I K D I fi 17 SCHOOL BOARD PICKS BATTLE CREEK ARCHITECT At a special meeting of the Board of Education of the New Buffalo Area Schools Monday evening, the archi- tectural iirm of Guido A, Binda and Associates of Battle Creek, was selected as the school architect for the contemplated high school build- ing program, This architectural firm designed the Lakeshore High School, the Brandywine High School and the addition to the Bridgman High School. During the winter months the Board of Education interviewed eight architectural firms and visited ap- proximately l2 new high schools designed by these firms. A Citizen's Committee will be formed in the near future and a series of study meetings will be held. SCHOOL ELECTION TO FILL 2 VACANCIES The annual school election this year will be the second Monday in june instead of in july as held in previous years. By an act of the 1961 State Legislature, all school elections will now be held in june. School electors will vote to fill vacancies. The terms of Robt. "1d Clara Raz expire. Mrs. ' '-ted to serve the re- ! 'vi of Nick Pappas, as ' 1 community. 000 'be local 00 sf ' ofp ple, qdg . V t . 2.53, 3 5? Q 4 S if 9 W t, M... ,,,, . .wsmzinzmk H 2 ITIQHIBIU 5 2582728192131 xiii , 102 HRK omit M D . , N if 'La fyntaawawiw in af ai. I 5i'.::f:':ra idol: ' V 551 t ' I ' ' A T ., fftf 1irAfa1aM"f:'n ,, 1 ' - .... ,--4' S vii- .,"" W FW!! T Jy5,ii?'ElAGi 7 ln ..t.. I . MW, . ,. ,,,.. 1 liiii Q . iy if 'W' R' . W 'wo 45 , ? M. . J 4 L, ,tl sv i i at . Q .itlg QM? V awe '41 I i . . and Work, Benefit Game TEACHER OFFERED GRANT TO SCIENCE FOUNDATION MV. Willard Prynn, lilology and kLLlL'llllSLI'B tealclicr at New Buffalo .Xrca llicli School was offered a stipend lor' the National Science I'OLll'Iil?lElOIl Summer lnstltuc lor Pi ali' Slaletl Sunday Q 1 c . . lj.:-v Xi A LQ as :I o Teaching is pleasure . . 019 0 0004 056 'Mir 45h- ' e Aj. Laffy 8 Qt fam, P fb. ay 6s'60,.s, aah 'Q Z, Edgar BUIIQY lx X Will Judie, lx i t l 'nf-9 GI .0 -l , Scie wo rwiswfgt-K X3 NEW BLT? fthe No' noel ,me 0 ge sc'-0 l A 50mm . WLT! S, iff, miehisffiw, 1-:dw 3:13. ' ln '82, omg There's an end . . . ologi at Bzill state Tw" lt-ue, Nlllflflf' ' Hp., Post-prandial parlance arid... CAF ETER IA MENU then Monday e Spaghetti withimeatsauce, buttered green is-ge-table, peanut butter sandwich, lruit, milk. Tuesday - Lucky Dogs, buttered corn, salad, biscuits and butter, pudding, milk. Wednesday - Bar-Be-Cue, potato chips, baked beans, vegetable sticks, jello with fruit, milk. Thursday - Baked Turkey Tempter, salad, rolls and butter, apple cris milk P. - lfriday - Macaroni and cheese cas- serole, buttered peas, peanut bur- ter sandwich, ice cream, tnilk. 18 COMPETITION DID NOT HURT PADDY'S FAIR ln spite Of the who traveled to basketball game, thousand parents crowd of people Portage for the well over a and children at- tended Paddy's Fair in the Central school cafeteria Saturday. The co-chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shimkus, Nlr. and Mrs. Lloyd j, Wagner wish to convey their gratitude to over l25 persons why, worked at the fair, the inaintena' There will be a mee' chairmen and CQV worked on the F' day evenir Home V tra' . . . there's an End, if Ki FALL UQHER9 IN MANY ACTIVITIES: lv Q, .ffifxw VI' 1,,fgg' A wx. fe? as f f 4 .vm ' ,f wg V M -vw ., qi" w":" ,,. --if , 5.1, A 'fylfg 3 S '91 3? ff' .. 5,1 L, , 3 15 fvgw, . 5 'Q 3.-If -, ,f 1-, . I. L ,Ng , -:A 5 , ,' ,gk-Aqfej nary' 2-C' ,J .f 7. 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Kei A -'fj ,V jX,x1:j ,- .pgf-jyys A . -may ,Q 1- 1-1,2 li ififfififfm - 34-fi-.Q-gf., Y -wfitrffl -':37,.,,Jfi 4' " W 'f 'Y Bob Co-Captain Jack h Dashing Jim on his way at Edwardsburg 20 OPPONENTS Constantine O Bridgman Edwardsburg 4 Losses. 41 Z0 O Three Oaks 18 Galien O Eau Claire 26 13 Lake shore New Troy 1 Lg ,A ' K ' .A . . my we aw, .L .Q H b ,. " , 1 ww, 1 f gi? , W ,Q ij - v fi eif f X X fP5f'Si,g , ,-'f""' , My V, ,,:1gw,3Yfg5ggg,f" , ,,..',,-mai! fa g-,Ai L2i7'?f1iLl" VA. J . M , K Q"f'1 . Q31 e- f 0,4 354- xp, -f .,?5:-14355-rr' Q-SQ f1i77':qgy 7 f ,gig . g ,gfyg ,,ff, ,g,Wf1g5'..-Vmif Zig - if Uv., 35.5, W qffffa X." sn N5 X. Q H1101 Q L ffi'f?gQug- 1341- Wxizfg .ny ,xg fl ,lf - gk Q -- Of w,+wwm:a.:..' if Bob mm w s D Q- fs W , in 12 or SENIORS. STANDING: Jim Karagon, Jack Jones, Leroy Eubanks, Steve Dohnerg Bob Topinka, John Crane, John Sinks, Mike Trusha, B111 Weybright, B111 Hamann. FOOTBALL . . . m f- 11 'iff A -P x 5, K I is igfgjiikq f ai, i -- jj' ,. I -. xx -V-.' I . . ' ,ff ., s si, - 1 ., 4-2.'?'7 - . -. . 2 1 ,fm M if: K , 'i ' S ' or , Q 5SE3M5+ ' fQf V 1 Sw sm, f ii H v gg? xt me 'N gg " -. is., H. f 2' 5 i -is .1 S' if 5 yi H 1.3, ,E hw. .N 4 if ix 43 :I 'J " if 'XQTHYF -. 3 . M f, .. 4 ' ,Z 'HJ 5. 'X J 1 J. 13. 6,3 R 3 ff , W if 1 fx '55 ,J L41 -if Marr " ,u 4 95 I, S 6 J ap, i V a 4+ Q JK M2 1' 4 65,1 'Z iw- ew .X - 13'-1-l mzfgarm? f 1il!1F'M,'.1Efif2MnZ'5f-an A -,mf John D ale John Carryin the mail shore. 21 1 at Lake- E srff. , j .x r"'f- .' Co-Captain Leroy f. 1' A 11 V2 Q E S235 f. 6 . ' A .',,i?Z'iQmiv' ffiffiiw Q is 1, 7. A V, vm Q-wrfm.MW 3 K mins .yah W A x ' E f 5 i vm,-e, - M - . ,- wwf 1, . E iff . -2- from Q55 1 5 LZ f 'i,, ' f wfFima,2if -2 i t MM ,gas i w ' - 'Qfi5 "V, Fw' " AW ,,,, 5 , 1 ' a- ,, , L i.C " ' 2 .5-viff'-Z 2 gtgsakgyr r , R Y .ge w a ff- ,g f W' 4 , ul.. hyd -M E if W avi is 'K 1 A N ff 4' 'ww 5 I W'-m':f K V . . ,, , -., - -., .E Q, sv-'1 - QWLEE , . W . 5375 ' ff.. f,.f, w x- 1 , V f ,... EZ V 5... ,ef . . fp? 4ll'Ja':i-:L - , . .-:f.,'1R-V-3.',w M133 ,+, 1 y .lf W , ' Wxyw-i A- ,rfgfklfiligwsgm , , .l ., .f ' .L,gggggq.ph, ' .- K , f:,Q.,2fV1f, ' Jw- A' Nm 'fi ' .f -saws lf + V ML w uA,,'g.i. w . 5'fQJ-:gg , akfiff. -QL.. '4Z5wf,g,,lCf" 'ln-., .L ' uggf. - 1,1 - , yy 'ffm Lf k,f'i - . I ' I f l fs: Q l r.:-f p "L V Wflfwffwfpw-' Af: 25 Q 'Ju WZ.. y 1, ilfiikt. '.12ff'Lis"'?77'i1 ' f George Jim Jim The defense stopped 'ern cold . . . STANDING: S. Kaufman, J. Smith, K. Erhardtg K. Kelderhouse, D. Brandon. . on this play, at least, at Lakeshore, f wx , if jg ' 1 . 'w"f, 9 .ie-ms. if 7 7 25 5 ' 1 MU ?-, . 5 l Q l ' 3 iw f".lfr!?mA' , , --vfww f ,.,, .. - - Q,2-Q-..w..m., V-uf Q W W- wer. ww r M ag. swan- ' W fy ,ww 65.8 .Q , ,, ,A Va hh . im ff ' i'wNUmw,g,1 f hav i K ff1f3',,,gR-fl as - WA I Fight for the blue and the gold 7W1 T51 ' mum fx mn V' F , .,'- Mk K JF" f. af 9,583 wlfivf g'g,:i,,, a,rff .EIR 39a 1.5254 JUNIOR VARSITY. TOP: R. Guhl, M. Wolf, D Trepany, F. Holub, D. Scarberry, W. Butler, C Peterman, Coach Saundersg F. Erhardt, D. Baker M. Carpenter, F. Keefer, R. Ghareeb, R. Scarberry C. Carpenter, N. Kaplang J, Moulik, C. Covert A Swank, P. Sosnouski, E. Putzke, M. Barbee, T Pries. ,K L, ,Q . Q . . . Jv FOOTBALL E s 'Ve r 'if N . 'V F R rkte ti.r 1.4 vi m.g,g:QT','y5, fj , Q rw V 2 P That's one Way for the coach to stayin shape! AS the SCOTG indicates ' - . . .our Bisons were buffaloed by Lakeshore 23 f'f'f.e ., -f rag Y ' if 1512 4 - Leiif ffffh?V Sparked by a fiery veil . . . . . . fanned by frantic frivolity . . , ffff' A 'ff' . . . coaled by diligent Work and much rnerrirnent by . . . . . AND . . 7th Graders . . . 8th Graders , . gliegait A A 'f"WQ., A ' I ,grin ,Vgffr if fqffgpi - fi?-" Q' 'EEWIV 4' Q, 1 , ...ig , X .L -V1 , '- H " x ?1 1 nv 7 ' gwyfh.. x f T? . . . Sophornores . . . . Juniors . . 7 iZFlf"',, ufw 4 V il . f' i,g,,wx "fp-'Q . . .Seniors . . . A 7 , 252' ,- x . pi? ," lj Huff' X", 's Q ,. ,-par: " ?fvA',:i..1ffff..gf -is Q -15' ' .rwufjg 1 rg,-J jj' L,5i",,, M y 6 1 .. . 1 , .45jv..a4 ries, ,- , ., Ar wg.: f'Q"t'fj-'w',p 1' id" 79:4 1 'QA 1 1,fz:"1:-'41-k.f..v, iv -4 "1fff!"':.2f:' ,P fr' - lv. 0,5-1 '-.Q viz,-, ,. ,A mlmf' -ii.- in-uw' '9"Z'..f, ' ffm?-wx d' '3'z'?-liek? in ' ff mx - nu, ,, v :su ,J , , . . :kwa-K As, in -Q S. - : Aw ., if 3 Fm gn- 5 if - E 'l,'L" A W ay i ' . . . and winning Frosh, Quondam Queen and King KJ. Kadlec and J. Krycka with Jester Jim in back- groundl . . . this Hornecorning proved a blazing blast. Attendants M. Dwan, J. Smith, P. Emory. J. Scarberry. Crown new royalty . . . . . . Leroy Eubanks and Jan Kissman. Crushing the Oakers at Homecoming COMNG Kings Men J. Jones, J. Karagon, B. Hamann, J. Sinks, R. Ferguson. Q5 . . .is pleasant fare for fans and for benchwarmers. It's waiting in line . . . "Aw. . .just a bit more . . ." "And then, those guys at College--Wow!" L "M He doesn't always look that way. A purposeful stride . "Oh, Jan, you shouldn't. Iknow, but . . ." Wvn umx CCOLLEGIATE PANELISTS. STANDING: Mr. Simons, J. Jachirn, T. Schubert, P. Jones, J. Sosnouski, S. Baker E. Furst, T. Drake. Noon-hour activities: horseshoe and dancing. "Two chocolate is 455, Brother Bill." Finally, "Un'1rn. Leroy, eat with your rnouth shut."' 26 7TH GRADE BEGINS. LIKE 1 '. -"""Ff?a Wbiif I 5 ii i : I J A 'B F Q' I 21 ' F i rrkii' k . V F ' I A ,457 A V, iv, 1' K rflwgf ' S li FALL. Michael Shube rt, President if nga-muaulw Zi, , f-, wr ,,L. V, ., CLASS OFFICERS 81 ADVISORS Mr. Campbell, Mr. Yingling, Miss Trout, Mr. Nystrorng Jill Moulik, Diane Nimtz, Barbara Gergich. ,M W, A gi Q, Q , Pamela Aasgaard F .2 be S i " 'N Catherine Baker F W' F laal Charles Baker S F M F A F B - Kathy Baker ' . M if - F BOHHY Ballew TSW' ,, V S , .1 i .' il . 5 ,f lq i J O Ann B a r r e tt -FK 4 mx Q Q ' F Z L if mtv ? Sharlene Bartos g. 5" , 3 Q ' X R Jr . , in ' ki h jj 'l Barbara Beach it V fiigiii 'N Boyd Bean . Irene Black kim. , , , V V ' Clifton B ra dley S - Y 53 ia C arll Brandon . " ,E 'fi ' gg Lg , Gloria Brandon M- F a F F alaall affair' S Rhonda Brous sara A, W, , as X J 1 1 ' .' , - W, P' rm, 5 - l :-: P . 'hm Br Own , ' :': Q? -T o f ggi X' A -' ni 12 , rl 1 X F wl Mike Cardi W F' MQ' . A S. ' H? Tom Ca rls on r f l, V mg V A H Saundra Conway iaarellea 1 Margaret Dabbs 1 F. S , 1 Lynn mme 1' Y ' rara F S f if fl S K V ' - I Donna Eichler gg , 'L K?" . 3 , Judith Ervin i B. C' i'-AV f ,,.- EV 'fc V AA A ,QV I ,l ' "': Beve rly Forrester 14 " 'N f ' Barbara Ge r gich .ff ' fm-2+ . E Bobby Hall i.7Q?g,,g.l -- A .,.h I Vk - kb kr I I 27 K, wx ,, . A young group of pioneer scientists . . . EAGE R . . . af Bill Hall rg- .wx Walter Har ing ik-' urrr J a -: : Q 1 E . ,. . Carolyn Hickey Q, Q5 iLV'...V ,SM iv E, , L Torn Hildebrand e,lA E ir W: Leia ' J ' Joe Hogan x X John Holm , A iii , A V A Terry James ,Ja UQ A gh as Y My la a . dv 'k'1 - V Q Q V """ 1 . ., ,M ROY JOHGS Q is J zz, 4' , 1 eee' f aa Jacky Kaufman X, - -Sasaki ? A X gwyfg at Ge rald Kerns fy .. AA 'F Randy Kilnowitz i f'-V' J ':" l la' . 90 5 Q ' af ,R 61- V- .a ,ff digg- M, ' ' .aa. aaa 1.4" -'rc .V i, 6 V Sf, , J, Jacky Kliner M ' A I ik ,A.A A F 3-Fai fi- ai. Lynne Kreston 'JJJ 5 u u1 +L E W a Sharon Krueger 'I I A 5 "1 4 Judy Krycka if Vg ,naalj 'W A Q A Susan Krycka A K P so J 2 - 3 A A is Miles Kucera J fi , 'Q ffm- , Beverly Kulka NW ml X M V, gm do J ' Mike LaBerge are 1 A ' A ig'.,,gb Betty Lindsey 'V is Q -I a-W - V , Barr Mal , za aa-- 'A ga y- ,5 or a- ,Q a,.1 z., are 1 .ws ,gf Y Y J J Barry Marcucci A A Jim Miles ,"aJ ' 4 .ia--xaf' IL - EVERYBODY dance s the 7th-Grade Party. 28 BRIGHT . . . An industrious class studying health. ' as Opal Mills 5- mkylh . Denise Moore ' " ' ., fx.: . -,- A P P J 1? a fi 5 'IH Y R. f V: f X " ., s-J :1 .. ' -lf J B. .I J ' -f Y J' 5' if v -if IN for in A ., f li hi, L, K ,mf 355: Q, M 1 , af' -f.- 2 QA, 33" ' ' ,, '--1, Ziiiiikr Q Q 1 f K f f- of M. ag . 251 ,aim I ,ly fi ' f- 1 5115.1 ': " l," 3' ,P " , 1, 'Q 535. 'L , zzz' f l' fi J J M if V5 ' , ' fwirat - 1 A fi, ijt ., . , VK ,, an I, f.,V Q ,, u f!iFx'9fl.l J in 1. J R ap, ..- K Mi ,"'9'Q Ok, Everyone promenade! 29 f.. f 3. 'A W' ' ' George Morton Judy Mrozek Jill Moulik Linda Mundt Christine Nekvasil Carol Newberg Diane Nimtz Daryl Novacek John Palen Ed Paloucek Jerry Partenberry Vickie Payne Chiquita Poole David Price Deborah Reitrnan Mike Renkawitz Doris Revord John Rubenacker Walter Rudecki Patricia Russell William Sarndal Rebecca Schneider if "1 all .X .wi AND PROMIQING FACES. 4 ' , A Ginger Schultz . if MW:,, - V H, Joan Skalecki lllll T W c tsst R A 'N , is F W' S S if R fi- 1 l Q ' S S 'Eff , M " ,s -0 was n W ' X' Q f 'H we w xi' f- W an e W gf I sk I .I ,fr r- K i an f, Q .- " g if "ina: . Not pictured: ' 2 7 - Y ,Ailes gm. . -I e-iii Randolph Hemzo Penny Marx Sam Mayer Fred Spaulding Larry Stranad Don't crowd, fellas, there's enough for all. Worry? Who? Me'?' 30 Sharon Smith Carol Spaulding Patrick Stranad Alvin Taylor Terry Troutt Raymond Wagner Wilma Watkins Linda Wells Janette West Sandra Wilke Nancy Wilkie Ernest Yeakey Nita Zboril Bob Zientarski Joanna Campbell 4 f, W 1 -Q, ,. .Q 8TH GRADE REVEAL9 . . . M'-'W lf' um J David Kelsey, ii' President L K if g , x ,Q iw r , My , V,,-' -yr my ,W m?,. www, S 1' J 1 fx - 4 C 'W J U H , in M C ,,A. if . X . . 1. K K 1 1 K K , . I' 5 . ,. g 1 ,vc . as ' ga' - 5 li " I gs .,'T'QiAK"' 'PZ LK QW? gs A ,Q,i., N f 4 ' W Pk ..,, ,.., ,l JI. ' fm i -r 5 vu. .1 lg A ,,.., H C I CLASS OFFICERS 81 ADVISORS Mr. Lijewski, Margaret Zientarski, Mrs. Baney, Dave Kelsey, Mr. Nagel, Linda Haack, Mr. Saundersg Robert Wolavka, Marsha Williamson, Susan Pazieski. 3,-A. KK jeg! 3 '33 vi if -Q , ' i , ,wg I KK ,SH W ,. . 4, Hr ' ii ' ,asa '.. ' 35' 213 . Q- f, Aa M. any gl! W0-11 f 7 I 12' W JB was V I . f- ,J 1 'H' , ,i s 4533 ,EK K -. xx Pi fy ., . 2,3 Jr., Mu., UL as will I., ,fin , ,v m.,f"fm f ,fl ,Mix Q mf 5 f ,gm I 1 7 3 I Judy Anetsberger Carolyn Baker Kathy Barrett Jeff Bartos Elise Behner Larry Bland Bonnie Brewer Julie Brock Connie Brychta Terry Butler Jirn Campbell Carole Carpenter Charlyn Covert Richard Covert Peggy Davis Bill Dietrich Gypsy Dohner Bill Dwan Bill Eichler Jetta Elliot Lona Fannon Ken Fleck Gary Frye Ed Gorbo Dave Green .Qs ...Q '.,s.,,, .nf H- 'N -mme zj-xgfffwaafsxr I Idleness, daydreaming, studying: Study Hall THE GROWING . . in 4- N ' xii. 2 B at K Bill Grody Linda Haack Shirley Hall Jim Handley Danny Hays Sandra Heppler Janet Herrbach Brenda Higgins Anne Hill Nancy Hillman Diana Huntsman Ron Hurlburt Bob Johnson Bob Jones Dave Karninski Jeffery Kaplan Dan Keller Kathy Kelier Ron Kliss Sue Kremske Bob Krieger Leon Krieghbaurn T 33 . .- ? gm-7't Y ik V V -- H . 4' fl? , .REEL LEW -..-W -rl 1: is ,V 'j-.fjnsgsf f if .tw,g3!g, ' X, N ma.. 4 u.l.wgy- r.,f 'VV' I 'L , X ,fy 1 'in -.tl . x' 'x ,Li I W -' if A' W 5' MQW, .X J J ' 53 55? ' , .. 4 iwyfwkr V km or X ww X V ' ' wa ' 'K - Xf -- rx fixes ,. Ja .J gl riiil .- -X ,,,, ,,,,. I W ,M J . fs. h M 4, 4 . . ,. J B9 K one K - to w " l .il V, J , A - X 55? if ' . , -' -- 'if 5' 1' Y if V 3 , 9 7: if L- 3 75? t 7 ryy .:,, his E' "' , K . K YQ- -My Y -V .,,,i .Hwy A aw , Li 1 - NW. -, Wim ww ggiffis -.. - V mai V 4' -r - f M: ' .. isfgiilezff. wg L 3 - K J ,t,,,. Chuck Krieve 5 , E' Chuck Krueger 1' -1 .f -m y ,tgp I . f I I 'wk . ,-v""' V z, J QS!! K V , Float-building is a lot of work, isn't 32 i AWARENESS . . . 5 "For Laughter is the essence of mankind." Rita Krueger 2- -:r 1 413' Robert Krueger 4 ,' Q ff! , M in " ri -:-.-J-fr,-if 1 ,. A i 1 x if J lit ff , HF Xi n 5 .1 ' J 'I K ' P aa.. ' M N W, Y' 5,3 wa-,W I 'Q A ,J K " P 4 , .Q 'ii' X f ' ' -2 '-I J ' A 3 K X: 'fffg ' :xy my I J x T . ' Ai A Th Wk: in in Rfk 5 1 N lx , , 'bg - g rre re t -..Q ,J :fir , " 'K if , ,. 5? 5 '5'?+'f P a 'f Lf?fi'rI"f"i1.!?Q5i . ' lr-1 :"-Q " A x. V I . I- f . i W ... A x A - a fist G ' ' B Q f 3 L Numa: X 'W figs 1 P ,Sl ' Q65 'tif' P J as A 'nne zsf A :asf Our nation's youth needs Phys. Ed. --Pres. Kennedy. T? Jirn Krycka Linda Krycka Ray Kukta John LaBello George Maly Jean Mast Merry McCort Allan McCotter Margaret McNeill Pat Melgin Richard Mitchell Tony lvirozek Jirn Murray Connie Ott Susan Pazieski Gerry Peterman Mary Pickens Larry Poff Richard Price Dave Prybella Dick Purtha Jon Putzke an 'vs f Prybella to Kelsey and . . Ramsby! Grabit! nr- X :N ' if x W A.., ,J THAT SCHOOL MEANS STUDY. TOO. Charle s Ramsby Sue Renkawitz gif' ' 'L-, PM ' 1 'QS ,We lwxmilii f f 5 iq rw K. Bob Reyher Rita Roberts Linda Ruszkowski f Ray Schniepp Danny Schroeder - , Donna Schultz I Mike Seave rns ii s Wi ""i 3 .5 ,Q S Don Smith LW ,', K M1 - V -1-if George Smith Q if 5 ei, S V Q W fl Linda Smith .f-' f .i,:' , A y E y W M ' it i l Shirley spiker ' f-' . ' Nil as aw ww m e ,Q 0' 1 Ken Strickland :,,,i A-Q31 f 1' if ' ' Dave Stromer . ,,,i gi if K, Jeanne Sulek F ,- J My uf Richard Toffelmire f 'X . f' W ccii -',, -":' K 5 ww: ,L . ,ig .egg ' , 1 3, ip., Q, 'V Sharon Walk h V- -. .g L V t -L 3- , - V Joyce West .W , 1 X .rw my , K ,, . . . 'W' 4 4 "" ' 2 V 0 if 'LZ' Ellis Williams I f W A ' Q, 1- my Gay Williams 7 My X vi :SMA li'i' Marsha Williamson LX, at A Q M 1' A ' f L ,l., G .,.,,- i Q Lx ii 5- .. -ya- ..-- 1 isis, Q, .Q ' l--N 4 W mf. K. W 34 in My B ob Wolavka ly Susan Wolfe X Mary Yeakey Q Margaret Zientarski Not pictured: Patricia Braden Richard Green Charlotte Spaulding 4 f ,,,fl.qn-vw School . . el A Ari all-too familiar scene. ' 5 .g..- ,A 2 ..,... 'f , r ii i c f i 1 1 2 I 5' K F 1 M, 6,1 ,L . Q . . 11183115 . . " 1l.,,Y5f-kk x . cw.-E - j ',..,,Ak ., ek L it 2 gf- t ' ll iw Tl' ' A he gil.: lx.. . . . study, too. No! Behind you! Bland . . . . . . and yet reluctant to study when in. Why? Eager to enter school . . . Emcee Jon Putzke officiates . . . . . at Sth-Grade parody of TV show . . . . . .as classmates gaze enraptured. .Ji - ., . .. L sm K A ,,kf l ' . 1 Q 2 Mfg av K ,- V -X .. AW" f- R.-Q. ui . , nf? VW"l- vii? V I 9 Y 7 .. . fm ,Q . - 1 "lie, vs -1. 4 2 XY 'uv 'M' ' 7 H M W,ri ,M M A :ii S-r ev H'l,l' L 1 L , ' l '- , f 5 .W We ,,, A ' 35 i 'rw-M. M . - M., ,kvk Q I E2 iiiiiif miigi Q ml, I liiiiii 2' no-'HW an-fm WJ! 25593 "NNI XIII? s I llli A-M MV., vii --j.' mlll . , 1 2 f u 55525 Ill-iii 'Y I' will 2 if llliw llliiif zz? Wiii g f I W-, ,m,A . I, ,AWM. ,W I KW Nv,I'MXg.fl- f A ' 1 ' fi fit 3 I KII I :il ACTIVITIES xx I I R ' f g '51 3 'Q Wk Sw Q. Basketball after school . . Court action . . "Gee, maybe there Won't be any school today." at noon. " ' - 4' uw ILL 14. '. fu:- .lfiii-f.2S??e1.,t,,g2 3 --.. 3 1 'W ,. Q A In A A ' ' sa,.: :V X" A f giw pzi -- - ww e, w w - ' 1 W , ,gg 1' ' I I I "Have horseshoeg . Sth-Grade . . The school day begins in Homeroom. ,,-4' V 36 KEEP JUNIOR HIGH BUSY. QL , .L Steffi L. Y " ., sl:-' Mx' . K ""rfl4f'-... J ga. 'R' f x E 0 PN if M ff " :fig Q Fi X 5 AV"' 5 X 5 if'lWf?f12f we H i K7 X: tri ! 5 ' . ri N 1 I l rs: , .A..v 2 L I 3 fb . . u -,:, Q' ' it af. - 1 ',-. R ,Lt .,.,. , ,qv gbf MFL:-2. 1 Q A W. ,lv lar nf . will ring" at noon . . 3, .Lf , wig .ii H n -i -, l ti Q- 'fih72f5" M i f r i 1 fix' '1df mth-G d'1f 1. N i gn. S e ea ra e in H ramura S An unexpected fire drill . . .mi For artion, excitement 'sr . .thrills and spills . . . . watch Junior- ' High BB at tournament time . The Champ af Q5 i'?3i?,1'1..Qg"'!hs' '.:' - tio Q ,. if Y .443-g'f-Q-Q9 519' 'iw Y' in ' i W . 4 filters? ' - " S , ,. ff' , . r. ..,, it N' fr .3413 .4 K AL 17,42 -'-.3 , ,Q , - , ham ' iw , fm , '53, W ,A N , by :,-,1. . 971, M fg' -W " if if H' " r " ,gff 4- Q- aykg ' ' 1 55 ' 37 5 .1-5 .Nfl . ,,"-5 , 4' A xi..-l N f 4.2 5 ' 1.3 1 hw K T ,rs 5 Maybe someone over there will ask me Which one shall I ask to dance 7 to dance 8TH GRADE UNWINDQ . . . Sf-sm We tw1st .........,.....,. . . . , , and Tw1st Mxlltiplication Dance "Break" Vi 38 T . . . AT CLASS PARTY A New Partner + "something smells good . . . . , , and tastes good, too!" Library Club, Back: E. We st, M. Pavur, A. Woodard, N. Krueger, N. Furst, K. Baker, J. Congdon, M. Kehoe, K. Erhardt, T. Renkawitz, M. DeRop, J. Valleau, J. Graham, P. Wilke, A. Muraglia, B. Sinks, Librarian Woodward, M. Seaverns, S. Kahn, K. Kehoe, V. Rimkus, D. Rouston, Ellen Sherman, Wanda Barrett. Bottom Right: Where's the reference material? . . . Look he e' ' ! Listening to machine ' T S Where We hve lecture Delores makes a party dress NoW's here's a good book! Mawr' Sm gm gg-1 39 1- , ,- Through the swirling snow and bitter cold of Winter this year there shone a blazing bas- ketball of a sun, a spheroicl so hot it burst the nets from the Big Eight to the finals of the Regional Tournament at Portage, Michigan, and warmed the hearts and hands of Bison spectators during a glorious . . . as .f N, V .r 3 .a v 0 J I 1 0 0 , - , , ' " "S 153 X , fav Ui- D Q , iw1f3s,l9 0 .'l:.5?xNfU 1' 356 S B xl QQ' gf v J I - - l 0 . ,. J f 1 J K I QU ' O la .Z , g X A Vg gag ..f-1 r 5 fL 40 Q .,.,,,. t Q x X fx 5 Q .,'Q' 4 NA As Q' 0 J fr :Qfg ,., V xo' 1' -' "":::-, :Q M , fy fa! l MN 11" Q M v ,Vg,k tang: J 6 WINTER N K r JM-W., 1 f fgx .. ' ' '38 Team, Back: R. Snyder, B. Barlow, L. Nichols, B. V37 Squad, Back: Mgr'Ml11ard Sayles, Woods, D. Hunsberger, L. Potucek, J. Krieger, W. Ray Pospisil, Clarence Sayles, Dick Shermakf M' Turlelfi Paddock, Francis Herrbach, John Coach Ward, D. Hahn, C. Barlow, L. Cerny, R. Pospi- Malmfeldt, Coach K1-uegel-5 sil, B. Stranad, B. Hamann, D. Kelderhouse, Mgr. Robert Keefer, Dick Slater, Albert Cerny, Moore, Mgr- Burgoynes Frank Gilbert, Ward Smalhersl H. Covert, D. Slater, W. Smathers, C. Sayles, B. Gil- bert, R. Keeler, D. Jones, B, Johnson. 'M-f-W.- llto we ts, 3. .1-'H' '41 Cagers, Back: Joseph Arcuri, Dick Malmfeldt Gordon Hahn, Casimer Krycka, Bert Covert, Jack Toffelmire, Dick Stromer, Bill Hamann, Bob Barlow, John Fleck, Coach Mack lnot piCt.l. --4 '49 Squad, Back: Al Kuzclzal, Mgr. Don Sachman, Jim Gauthier, Lawrence Lowe, Bob Burns, Ron Hora, Bill Hawkins, Alan Swanf Mgr. Dave Ohms, Coach Slater, Tom Carlson, Glen Nelson, Leo Divita, Dave Covert, Phil Eiche. 42 J W N X501 V ,A M Jgigxsup fb , xxffgyy QAXSDAQPI, -fx X5 e J' ,,,,f-li t k ,..,, ,.-, LT"9K3'1T'j kk.,., , .Q '50 Team, Mgr. Jerry Cullison, Jack Bond, Glen '53 Bisons. Bob Campbell, Gerald Neumann, Jack Nelson, Francis Buckingham, Alton Nelson, Kroening, Fred Covert, All Kissman, Coach Tom Carlson, Coach Slater, Slater, Joe Buckingham, Dave Hoxsie, Al Gerald Neumann, Roger Anderson, Gene Suther- Kruger, Dick Young, Dick Acton. land, Edgar Cove rt. THE EVULUTION OF '37 BISON BASKETBALL . . . . if V z M V 4 sig t Q 5 ,,: , t T ..,. be ' , , - x ' I , , I 22 , eh 24 .4 fi .. , , .fir '60 Squad, Back: Jim Starha, Jerry Krycka, Roger Taskey, Jack Jones. Butch Krueger, Al Blomgren, Bob Glossinger, Coach Craze, Al Gropp, Paul Jones. L81 'ol Group. Jim Starha, LeeRoy Eubanks, Bob Glossinger, Jerry Kiss- 'HID 'wav' man, Roger Taskey, Glen Mankowski, Jim Karagon, Jim Glossinger Mgr. John Hubert, Coach Shaklee. TO '62 TOLIRNEY TEAM '62, Bisons, Back: Coach Shaklee, Bob lN4cCarty. George Gooch, Glen Niankowski, Jerry Kissman, Jack Jones, Jim Sosnouski. Asst. Coach lvlorrison, Dale Brewer, LeeRoy Eubanks, Jim Glossin- ger, Jim Hamann, Bob Topinka. New Bu ala Win, New Buffalo 69 83 80 99 75 75 ,Q 100 -Lyn a 71 Go, Go, Open the Gate T 62 Coach: "We played fairly well . . " f 9 'jj 64 51 62 65 16 Wins 'L Z "Glenn" s l , 42 lx fy Z We study guys like Washington, Hamilton, R L-in Q A and the rest, But these aren't the names We remember, 5-'xg , there are others We like best: W- ,y We'll take George, Glenn, and Jerry any time 7' 1 of the year, But it's during basketball season they bring us most Cheer. To add to this tall trio, We'll take our boys named Jim, For this quintet, We'll ne'er forget, no matter What subject we're in. Xp' To give support to this fine team, we'll add LeeRoy, Bob and Jack, For speed, pep and desire, these boys sure do not lack. ' So even though We try to learn about Lincoln, Grant, and Lee, l'll take the guys on our varsity team--they seem to mean more to me. "Jerry" fHenry Wadsworth Slaterl One o'clock: Steffie Kaufman, Jean Smith, Kay Kelderhouse, Delores Brandon, Kathy Ehrhardt. x Q E P 2 if mi get it Tg Eight rm n Xf in A Ng Opponents I 2 O 5 vm 5 Mxg, Edwarclsburg 58 H . H A X New Troy 74 Jlm v S I Three Oaks 59 Vg "' If Watervliet 57 L3 I Bridgman 78 W ' fi 8 Lakeshore 40 F Wafervuet 72 f 1 Eau Claire 34 - I 5 Edwardsburg 44 lf ' V . Crallefl 44 2 5 1lJ'in,1vl New Troy 67 3 X Three Oaks 43 'LD A S K Galien 58 v f 5 Briclgman 50 Lakeshore El ,,-U, Eau Claire 48 ,L . l Loss ,'Jimy, F N- RK g 2' f-4 f X 5 f YYDa1ell R IIBObll x H 1 5? Z X , J 2 1, 4 xl ,3 if 5 , f 4' dl "George" A. ? um ff if A 5- 34 fel W 7 5 V O "Lee RQYU 'ln' exp ".l'aCk" flu, X 'un r "Bob" K,-A A F 7 1 7 1 s l 1 All right, who stole it? Watch that, Jim! . , F1rst n ten Football Boys' l Aft much pra t 6... Qfor the cheerleaders, tool . . . xnxx . A . the spectator's buses le N5 ,Maw wqmaqm wbeamN.ff130,59 exssrgplae Q Cave Oak61"f E . defeat B FM..m, '..h:'.n.: """""fVl!.. ridgman in our . , Twist to Victory!! um es new he Bis 46 Buiiuw 1 e ODS... We Love 'y his Y eu' 'aching tens ly New Buffalo Roll On 91,1 4f M J sf r f" f to cheer for the nmghty Bmsons' Bmsonsl BISONS! . . . , . . pictured at top right filing towards dressing roomg the season open with customary jump ball . . . 194, 060, 3 V 6 A A sgfgf, 5 -9,2 ll I A 'og .- QS X the Coach's worried ' M 8: d1sgusted grimaces . . . the reserves entering play . . . mwswmmm Qwii This is basketball? 7 The clay was chilly, but we all paraded XY SXSW AN algal was . , . with our speeches and praise . . . Jerry blocks a jump-shot . . . . ,but Jim finds it tit for tat! , , .to cheer the team on . . . Qvyy .faqs xsoo QV cage Y QQ , . .to record ffl S xvowxx v0"Ns'9'b Sure we're proud of our trophy! I Right, Glenn? We 're winning! ,lf We beat them! W ya I, Follow the arlrow straight Figceksl across, boys. X fifsxwfif hw' :fabygv 8? an gg, IAQ? iffy, Ofehdb Fasgfeffl JG sn. lhn 55119 hypflagyfaq 13 W "A fm, D A tip-in for Gooch 5749 T W il! 'IV Inew Bqf f 51 .l Q W I ,d 1 w af A-1 W W, M We won because we won because . Where 's everyone going ? Three means Victory in '63! Class C 1,32 falls . ' T By J S' Hufzaletge Hin DOM, ' U 49 JUNIOR VARSITY STANDING: Coach Morrison. Richard Orange, Wayne Butler, Mike Carpenter, Jack Moulik, Steve Hart, Milton Barbee, Jay Medek Ed Putzke, Paul Sosnouski, Cameron Covert, Dale Brewer, Doug Trepany, Buddy Price, Keith Ponagelak. Go, Paul, Cro! Jetta Elliot , What do l do now, Coach? Noel Kaplan, Rick Crhareeb Alan Karninski, Nick Cardi, Ed Putzke, Carpenter, Jim Wooldridge. Jr High Cheerleaders: Daryl Novacek Charlyn Covert STANDING: Mr. Morrison, Coach, Wayne Butler, Terry Lyons, Richard Orange, Steve Hart, Charles F REQHMAN TEAM Hey, who took that ball? '? '? 8TH GRADE TEAM Jr. High Cheerleaders: Bonnie Brewer Marsha Williarnson Margaret Zientarski l Back: Bob Zientarski, Mike Renkawitz, Lynn Ditrner, Jerry Kerns, David Price, Wally Harding, Coach Prynng Ernest Yeakey, Boyd Bean, Randy Kilnowitz, Bill Samdel, John Holm, Tommy Hildebrand. 7TH GRADE VARSITY GU: waxy vials W -f Q5,,,f glfgyf , Q ,, Hiligrr- QESKQBEE7 , KLA X A 321305, 4 Ni uf, f STANDING: Larry Poff, Dave Karninski, .Tim Krycka, Coach Prynn, Bruce Maly, Robert Reyher, Charles Krieveg Richard Price, Leon Creekbaurn, Mike Cardi, Dave Kelsey, Dave Pryhella, Larry Bland, Ted Rarnsby, Dave Strorner, Bob Wolavka. Cret that jump ball! Add two points upon that board . . 5 4, 1 4,,,:5m,5m.- -.'tf',. GX.. 'ffm ' 1 1 V ' el f Q Ev M -'37, Q- " -2 f.. S, - 1, 5 A i a? ' A 1' ff " ..,. , L - MQ -1 .A E 'fhi .gy -11 L Y , fhsfw ' 'W' 5 . ,Asa-SA.. , V, mv If FT is -, v-Lf17 ew, shi ww Q -'f 'E uf' . ,Ji 9 an Q -lr x yr Q ,F gi 4 .k Q f i J Jw f as ,Q ,, f- 1- S ,Q M if uf fwgiwy' -faffv mi 4 , K, M X aifdmmf Q- 'E 'K wwe-wifff,-,. 1 Q, ,K , g,,iii:f:,: ., - Q .sgggiq -ghi-,Q HERE . . 1 V, A . - K 4 -rr -S A t 5,5-Vkk,lf.v1-w.-6g,,V'3.wi--Nik K V .A il kk M COMES . . . Y THE PARADE! OUR TEAM .vxxx E ' ' . 2 M EE w'f,'92Z,vKW , b,.V f , 'Q in - gp 'Xxx ,B 1 A I 4 f V,'A "Our Mighty Bisons 09 1 Q, ' jf! And Parents" , 'A.. ' . ., rg at Q-Ju-gil .Lv Fordy Anderson, Michigan State 5 Coach, was guest vi 2212111151 wb' , Sw xim Big Showoff ' Esnsww nv-W x0 'X Q09 Must hurry to class 52 QW go INTRODUCES IMPORTANT LEGISLATION STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL SESSION The Student Council this year initiated some significant, progressive changes, among which were the monitoring of halls between periods, supervision of cafeteria queues, and formation of a Student Court to set high standards for student conduct. "Kelsey gl Covert play the Ping-Pong Champs" ,sq w x Officers gl Advisor: Advisor Shaklee, Pres. Jim Karagong Sec. Cheryl Henderson, Treas. Jim Sosnouski, V.P. Charlene Paloucek. STUDENT COUNCIL SELECTS ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS Do, so, do! "The Bluejays" No, that's the bull's eye over there. - .Tan's big chance for Will this ever end? stardom! A ' W of-I .gf-f-yuig W fr . wt ' E It I 47.35, f - 555955: '-'i'k- "t' it Y xigrffhf Mimww 2 N . 4' N T M, . C . Q' . 6. 111, 1 ., , , Talent is a commodity which New Buffalo has in abundance. Staging two shows second semester, the Student Council produced such entertaining iw 51 lim talent as first-show winners, Sosnouski 81 Vejda HQ, Present ftop leftj, and second-show winners, The Sing-Along -with Witch Quartet fbottom centei-J. A Early in the fall Tom Sexton was injured in a hunting accident, which hospitalized him for many ' 'E K months. Student Council President Jim Karagon A z I presents Tom's mother with a Christmas gift for 'ff' . Tom from the New Buffalo studentry. . M g fl, B S Q' l 6: P 3 'ar I Mr. Ballew, Mrs. Sexton, Karagon, Mrs. Miller, x i Principal Sosnouski. , SQ' . ,i - 9 . 59 J C lf' 5 "WatChin' all the girls go by I 'I 'V it K ,, I rv, ,lf V : ,, , L V W,W V Y, L-, -", "l'd rather twist with Chubby! " 'All right, you guys!" WL: Stag Line A Productive Past Wh. 2" ": i C34 I V .sf ' N Q. E .fu film is , M... K, A fine Future "Dave's our man! " "Put an 'X' Where? " "Don't confuse me l " ELECTION TIME "One for rne 81 one for you! " STU DYING "I found something new." "Gee, does this smell!" SCIENCE C2 41 Q9 1 'N 04 ,L YWGX fewfxloox f 45' . Q -f 'A- ho Wxiavlo 10969 +V l leee pf 'ajax Bice Q0 Q5 Cc- Q, Sk to cgi , gl A 353' e9 V o ' ' W loemegimeff Q00 45' Q,"',,,sfv'iQf. Xvxxdw We LDC, Vw we Agvibqliy Froggy Went a-courtin' , 0, ol ' R, FQ' - A :N WXQSQOXQG Q A ,9 qfeflx 564-'lax R55 W Q' 'cf' V649 '5 ' -. - ova ,g5',z?' f'Z9'03' Q15 , T. 5 X01 amine. gs.. S9 58,8535 5 y 69. X nga-gh - - 5, 1' , Kg? Q. Wg, - .':. , . 'Nz' -K' 1 'I 2 l ips Q I i 3: I I fy E yi by V j Don't they look busy? Q '- U ' 1 u l K E. ,.,. , Z . -- ..k .,., if: , A, .,5,,px -kkiyk A ,A,, .,o.,,' Q'-A e -fy oo In . 5 l fda , Q X l ds, 5 5 X X A ' 5 l 1 4 "-: 5 ooy , ::, ' '5 g , f H ge , -V . l "Hello, down there ! " lwonder what Commander Woller "Shall I ask him to the Prom?" sees? HR might WOTkf" Absent-minded professq "Eureka! " GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION THROBS HEARTS WITH . . . Back: Kay Gowdy, Carol Starha, Delores Brandon, Linda Hudson, Kay Kelderhouse, Arlene Hyska, Marcia Pokorny, Cheryl Dominy, Sally Stewart, Nancy Hull, Kathy Krueger, Judy Congdon, Nancy Furst, Kathy Erhardt, Janet Suida, Robin Weybright, Kay Kucera Terry Renkawitz, Virginia Sherrnak, Pat Handley, Bonnie Nystrom, Mrs. Turner, Melanie Lowe, Sandra Stick, Judy Bowen. lsnlt that cute ? i GAA officers: Maxine Kahn, Presidentg Ruth Anne J Shermak, Vice Presidentg Nancy Furst, Secre- 'I taryg Kathy Ehrhart, Treasurer, Karol Clark, Point Secretaryg Advisor Turner. "Hey, look kids!" 57 Can you reach it? " if A rendezvous ! VALENTINE BALL OUR QUEEN 'Now look here, Patricia" "Everybody twist! " 7 AU' Smile, YOU'Te OH But you'1l mess my hair Ca ' er . ndid Cam a' 58 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA DISCUSS . Orb o s g : 5 KI Eftilrigj ,, .,4T.. ai Y- Z Q. D NEW YXO BNA Nl . . .Ii ,ff 6' Vjha 'C ha Ppened he Te 9 FHA bk OfCtOOkS U oyturep a 0 . A ' No Off. 1CCTS YVaAgC?a'lfi S081 idviso B 1' T, B Terryagxfetgllgir, Cgikz PT eHkaW- G Tyl HBS' J ltzl Taham Sndefan Sm- , Jan, Son, 1th mce ' ilke ,Mx A . He re . It CO U1 ess W Q KN A. MVR Xxwxz SW.. N VW DMX!! 69325 b X0 CN- DENY. - Bean mo Svmw. wxxxfzigxxex oi New bm QWQHSX 'ocf QgXgfgQK.ew Qafgexg 595 Psxxva s X Wbuiieko avlexxoeg wer , A 16 xxxecuswgOKXXXG-'NXWWEQ99 5? K i 'EXLXXAYC YXOKQGYMWVS O he Aekefgaues O9 We S90 xeefv W sw ' '09 O ' ' 36 Y -magyar. :Exe My was 6 X 4, w xam A cf-.ca ' ko Q, 0642, 'Coe Y I Wm Psme Qcfxie. Ye M0 dad '69 - , eemxgk :XX Saw They X216 who amen Grand V091 Q oi we WX Quwre wx fsvgyeffi I exifvfg, W x e, , foam 'Ca9KxXOYK X005 were xo NXXCYWQQW aff 0 Wygqxe eQG1xOv0K-C5 mam swoon- and wie aducamkooi QVKKXCKW 0 'afgode 1' ie . xo msnugza gn . .. Y M Top: Jim Sosnouski, Melvin Vorel, Pam Hull, Charlene Paloucek. Maxine Kahn, Pat Baney, Janet Suida, Jan Ballew, George Gooch, Karol Clark, Sally Stewart, Pat Merrill, Bonnie Nystrom, Delores Brandon, Sandy Bartos, Jodean Schneider, Judy Congdon, Nancy Furstg Jean Smith, Jean Scarberry, Jim Kucera, Mr, Smith, Mary Anne Fr Kathy McCotter, Judy Graham, Frances Smart. HONOR SOCIETY Officers 8: Advisor. Treas. Melvin Vorel, Sec, Kathy McCotter, Advisor Smith, Pres. Maryanne Frey, V.P. Jim Kucera. NA'rnoNAL PROMOTEQ . . . 'Qin Sofjw N Q 4 -M- 5 3 LY wet E"if is 1 ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE. V P ol 0 Y OHV efem duction C .rin thel fOr H064 Tac 5 P ber em m ierv SOC - xx gmoel an xkigxvwitw W XXX 01101- SO0IbQ' Lldzzcis 8 11,1ffffQ,f7W0 1110 I ' . .WC lllwlf' ' fqme lho ' 11 X flllll 10 D I A 211' . 7711- ' 111111 1 . .Ivcko . anal H 1111150 111 W 0 U' of 1- C77 1,01 onor ll10 mol . cl' of .S'f11'1c1v took A'2'I1" lfllnklffl lhgfly 4 ,q1'1111111s'1u111. mp!111111f21'0,y we , . Illf JP 1'l0c'fe1l 0 file' .sfnvbfri N'W10'1g11, A" ,1f1cjr' QOIIIIIE' d hY' uar Kat vang fOr nor Ose HO a T the plucks forms Smith I and MT' . ' OHV ' ' em Cer des lu c con . on Sun LAT' 62 1 .1 lf FREQHMEN CAPTURE PEP JUG . . . lan Buchanan. President 4 u e Y uurYcAs55gni,ucc1o1f: 5 'wi a mm sz 35- Q assumes 49 5, 0. I la Class Officers Xa Advisors: Pres. lan lfiiicliannn. lxflrs. Wood b ix Ward. Mr, Bancy. V.P. Terry Renlx:ixx'itz.INlr.La11rivellzi1S t A I at Arins Sandra Qualls, Sec. Ellen Shernian. Trezis. Linda Bland, gl ..:,,, rv ., N ::: A' I Russ Anetsbe rge ,A 3. , sam as K Z KL K Ni Cynthia Balzti I. f fi gf" I Q 4: f ps MQ ,A ' 'ai Linda Bland fi t ff K 0' A I QQ, George Brandon , fi. ' ' A f' 'gffl Wa ne Butler - .af :- C 3-7 4-35 Y ' ' if . Nick Cardi ' 03 'gg as ,I -:Q in 1 .Tim Carlson L3 ,'l Us M' ' by Chuek Carpenter -- "" - V ' , Y'-1' rii, lwlikv Carpenter ,QT A A Bob Conway Us ,-,fil f iw if G f Don Corwin qw ' V A my Q L Cheryl Dorniny 'aku 3 V "-, Dave Diirlin L I K Q, ' Q3 i s Linda Durlin j , fa' X X 'T' 5 Karan Eldridge g fy. Y a KVLVA .if . L am I , . It 4? .. .. in . W3 T M ll? 4.3 K li 5 5 A . E, Frank Erhardt Qgf A M. Kay Fisher .,.. 43 'S 'M 1' " V' ...Ka Q'fff jQ-' 3 ' -P' js Rick Ghareeb W Y . Sv All - 'k . as J , 'fn' I 'ez' ,.'- 2 23,9 if 17 V Jenny Glossinger . Qi' L 'M ' ., '37 , D , , G . - 5 f,.V A my Lik, L ayL iayson Q . f f 1 A xx- 1 if-. r we 'Q nh' f ' :mv ' k f , iwgy' 1, . v:ggi,'-Lg ,E ,phil r grjfz,-, 4- ,pw - GE, C S1 airy: Q l 1 ,ip P My Q1 f r 63 Betty Green .Tan Graham Kay Gowdy Pat Handley Jim Hardaway -A 5 Q . I Our future engineers? 5 Me, 1.53 an dl , fx Q15 ff-., ,ww fr,-Wm 6,8 , .. ,,,.. mf... ,. A I 1 A at I can 5, 'gig ,wi X4 'Li 11 A N..,w,,iwfi' T ms T if eiai X 1 37- fi 1 - W' A gi -2 ik vim E R if . X ff. 1: 1- gfmQymy'mw,Q i ' QF M, AAAVV ' , V -, ,. ., if M: J k',- 1 2, Q, V ,. i 5 Q - ,... Q if " f:-.Qi N- I .M 4. .. ' , Q . A Richard Orange Rick Ott Lyn Papke . . . WIN HOMECOMING FLOAT CONTEST . . . 'Q gg, Q: T' X' 51 K fiy, 1 A " K 3 ,-.-K nf- 'wr --.ff f .nib -ff? FQ Fred Hillman Linda Hudson Susan Kahn Al Karninski Noel Kaplan Frank Keefer Kathy Kehoe Kay Kelderhouse Jerome Koronitis Larry Krueger Karl Krueger Barbara Krycka Judy Kucera Bill Kucera Leanord Kukta Marcy LaBerge Barbara Lindsey Terry Lyons Bill Mann Don Mayer Lawrence Mayer Jim McNeill Anna Muraglia Five more minutes and then . . wQ..x KSN , S. C . f 5 e' SZ' - It V S -P ay tlrne l Kill ' -jazz-:E . I , ...., l Q , . r M 1 Z ... , ef We W ff ' A- rm , S +P , L 'C . .. . g , A ' V L' H" 'W' A:" ' 'Liv 'S ' . ,Y .. ..-fe f L ,ix - A I A I ... Fi. INTRAMLIRAL CHAMPS Back: Ed Putzke, Rich Ghareeb, Mike Carp- enter, Steve Hart, Rich Orange, Noel Kaplan, Wayne Butlerg Chuck Peterman, Paul Sosnouski, Jim Hardaway, Jim Wood- ridge, Chuck Carp- enter. kiii 4 Ei, 'S 'C it i , V:V,i J ,X iii rl M S 6 QRM nm it V an ae N5 igiy Q . , it ,S fig' af f f' eeee S 65 . . . PLUS BOYS' INTRAMURALS Chuck Peterman Marcia Pokorny Buddy Price Ed Putzke Sandra Qualls Terry Renkawitz Valerie Rirnkus Dolora Routson Dave Scarberry Bob Scarberry Greg Schluge .Tay Scissom Ellen Sherman Dennis Smith Paul Sosnouski Carol Starha Bonnie Stowe V , ,kj V , ..,. az wi se A I T iiwzirzwgii' i 1+f'YE'i'- 5r2'ff1"f. 'W T ' - Vg A I I .,LV -A . ,:. A -wife-'G L EW' ,ini .. ,M r 35,5 A My 9 lr ,.- f ' .ff r," A K L iz! R513 .. r .,ALr 'V L ,W,n., ,L',1 3 1 , -pi - f V H . L L f., It Ihave a question ' 1 Don't look now, Paul, but . , I .,-L- . -ei V- -W , 1si,, 'gS:,, f -3,53 -Lf. , A-5 ' , . r - wi? My , , fe- - .ww gfigfrli l , H Q11 , A - KL 5211-' A A QW' I is A2559 1 Q t M Q V af' 5 n :'::!-Wi' -W f. -4 19 M85 'if S 32 " -. Terry Tackett if W-Z Laurence Tre an .. . '-. f- wt 15951-f p V - V ' T at Paula Trout Vi Eunice Waldo ' WJ N A' Janice Wilkie 4 x 4 'JL ...V H in fr I Jack Williams if , q H , Butch Wolf , ' A A Jim Wooldridge '- -", Sharon Yech A j I .Terry Hardaway fk,.L ., T V by ,iff xiii . V: ' Steve Hart i . . . AND PREPARE Wait, I'm caught! ! . . . FOR A QWINGING That looks fine, -Wi IS that loud enough O Get your hand out ofthe Hey, I lost my shoes! PARTY punch bowl! Ar-en't they sweet? ' M-"Zag l Iwould if I were you, Oh, what L1 sweet couple See at slze l11n there? Save some for me' 67 N., .ASP Oh, what a class!! FRESHMEN STUDY TCKL , 5,2 55S2E56My5?a:2i25:q:?2Pg.1ai'.fmg-Sfff. , .rife : f ':f'aeew-s:,. effET -- memo" - -, wg ,.,, ,Mi ,.,, vig, Mr. Baney lectures Driver Training stu- dents While Mr. Lijewski co-pilots training car. f . 1 14' ' :iii , .. . zgz . . K , 2. 'E an we 3 Q, if i l l , iwiigzii Q ,.,., kg. Q:"w:f,sf..qi1g5, qw gn Pm' L ' i,i. W V Y wif? .SE Z. K '1."5-Q-i1Mfgiwms1 rgga- S" ' IGW-'L' 25 L. M. 27-35 W s1..ss1'er -'msas afazt-i "' .. , -'?'9!x5Lff'--W'-- Aqexwv :,.::-4::-.- f- -- 1 f -V 2, 7 , ,M 5 ,-,1w,,,,.9v H-- M 2,192 if'-ai ' Av'4-. 11' Wsfizff- - Ffi isi l Q 515- . K :nz S f -. ff? it K S-YT' ' 1 . 4' 'T if 5 ,N , H A 555- ,:a,,-f-- - -- L., ,, 1f,, wwf. W 1 L We ws, W - . ,,r HTC Sleep, to dream , , ," V , That looks interesting Don t you just love ex Now do you think you can copy it right? ams? A NEW STAR IS BORN L 1' . 'ITTXWM fp-W'-is f. , Aw-A U-1 H , i . f 'H . f - i. i. among i Q Q 9, 5' 'N V,' 1 Q- gg 7 X ,". .W i 're' . ,. . N i 68 I .K ... .4 .. A . , QF ' N' f L SU - ' ' ' " """ Class Officers 8: Advisors: Miss Klinker, Sgt. at Arms Loren Yech, Mr. Nagy, Mr. Woller, Sgt. at Arms Milt Barbee, Pres. Dale Brewerg Sec. Delores Brandon, Treas. Nancy Furst. V.P. Sally Stewart. 'sim .nm Dale Brewer, President Sandy Diamond Walter Daiber Kathy Ehrhardt Nancy Furst Richard Guhl ,SV ia' -S" ' qw in fr -v Jw. tiff? 5 QOPHOMORE9 . . . X Y .. W N. 3 gg-pr Q Lynette Baker Milton Barbee Donald Barrett Sharron Basham Corliss Beach Qi., Lovey Blazek Delores Brandon Norma Bullard Judy Congdon Mary Conlin Judi Bowen Carneron Covert Marlene Dabbs Brenda Davis Mariann DeRop A gin xx 3 ' 'Gr - f T: :W-K I 1 r 9 0 :,.1Q w '. H- L i.'- W 'tr' K r'-- -' 1' 'S f it A V I I - . fe .. Q K Q z J A I s iw x ' K ,R - 3 migg 4 'w i I :V , 9. fa. A y 21? - my fir ' '42, 'V if yyee it , , 33 I B ., 'HN f W . 1 N V .rf I , ke I jj, 1 - L Q' - M-if r 69 How do we get this out of here '? Smile, Lovey! See my artistry, Delores? . . . HAVE TOP TALENT ACTS Sandra Hall John Hubert Sharon King s. 45 . 4 in .. . U .. , ex A ff :Uh . " David Hart Toni lngle Joe Korionitis SS --V S 'fi Y fi ,l Wm, F K it ,t, wg? ,,sA Q 'l'1f Q'f" ieli V 't"' 5 .X , . :'1' w Z Gary Jacobs Mike Jennings Kay Kucera Mary Jo Kulka rr -' 1. -'Q Q x ,, A waz ,W ily Penny Marino Charles McConnell Donald McDougal Jay Medek Pat Merrill ,, r 1 Ir' is fu, K x.,.f ..... ,, X F5 , 15' .aw Judy Helfer Russell Holmes Frank Holub Steffie Kaufman I iw. She rian Law s on B 'lf 31 Y 5 'bra 'R - 1, aff.. 9 I fm 5-Bgbggukpii-t i W' ww if ggi T. 11,-sliil. if , , . I I 1- ,x'32,Qi4 iv.: ' 7 7- 1 1, Q, -' ' f ir . ' T " 5 " ' - 11 7 V A - fer. 1 i wf ,am T ,xv-"""4"' J ww N., 70 YJ? Sally Stewart Janet Suida Jim Svejda Allan Swank Doug Trepany Af Q 5 wx 1 ta has .pm Qs 4' i In :.. x i i, tif' lll, I I V114 Va P 5' 13. in i V X 5 ,:,. ' A V J 13 'e E 1-:L I 1 YR P W 'A' llll 91: PM i . 1' x .Q wal. 5911 . ,Q I W' . Bas: Ai RQ: 'S Jack Moulik Milan Nicksic Bonnie Nystrom Marelyn Pavur Keith Ponagelak Kathy Price Tom Pries Carol Pyle Mike Revord Bob Rosenbaum Virginia Shermak Brent Sherman Barbara Sinks Jim Sosnouski DeLinda Spencer . . . Tr to hit it OVER the Y net. INTRAMLIRAL9 INTRAMURAL CHAMPS Sandy Diamond, Eileen Williams, Robin Wey- bright, Delores Brandon, Kathy Ehrhardt, Lauren Yeoh, Janet Suida, Carol Pyle, Penny Marino. 1 fl! They look good!! lu 1-L i A.' H ' E if K . 1 Y. 1 52 o o o Bob Trepany J'ohnVa11eau Elaine West Robin Weybright Hungry, aren't they '? AND ICE THE YEAR WITH PARTY . - I , To Z E ' V by ' Pom Wl11?16. V' wk Ehleen W11l1amS L-51: A , EZLL I can't hear the music E T Lauren Yeoh "Twistin' the night away." N Now hold it! He made it, or is it she? .,, The Early Ones A Clean Plate. .5--,I.f2i?1:s .ia-gsfige.. 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The Good Old Days, The race is on!! . -..:, A: .,,g-at EF in il ', Q' Qiigegfg? 1 " "f'TjgQiz1f 4. S Lhi' -I Hz, H5 Nw nf 1- E 1+ 'T 'Hg Q eff A. new 255 -f 1 f lfgwi'-rgl aw sk , T Q. zf . e , , Q ' F Q ., ff f ,Y..J fr . - . "" , - I. ' xg , , , M ' - :Eff Q .5 1 .6 s. , xfff N if as C -.I ' Q ,. ,QW -,.. A ,.,. If . , ,. -Tj. ,ja . ,. ,," -- ra Q ,,-,mere .vkk WM LW W-. ,ff wa- -. . K ,kj "K, A f W A- - we . - ...sf f?"L'f'M "f'4'5":i'f:1T?rT:.....l"Q-:..f?2ff75'f" f 515:-'S 'ff d"w":Q ' ' . ,W F . "uve J H I In 1 3 F MQW . lk it Hg ,ef 3 A Briggs 5 ...--'W""""' 'im , w e A lm' 'H K I i .. .. B35-H-... m vxlwf-!?v:fc.f ' vw ff-.eh,,z2 -'.f"'f-gy f - , 'H' Q 5 Q- -fl ,ffg:1-'sie W A A f , .... .... f' , W ,J 4 -,Tb an ' 4 A 1ii.Zg.i'ti .wi 'f' , X e .. f v "' , i a "N ES ' 5 'c,Y':mr-xr . lm..,,,g1.,v li x..' , Q My Yi, V, 7.,,M,,g,,, , ,,,. .,. . ., A ,HM Q., H .. if - fi Jar- 'V' -f ' 52 55 7 -- "-.ftp-,..,y . 0 . Qi. X, 5 i,,1,5MW:m,5?:?,5 i , .Q ....., A. . , Q . . vwgtpe -L-- is rf- 'f5'Y1l"1v'.3.9.,F'iW5fs:W'ii' 4 2 . ' 'LT' 3 , "1-,", -fffii. ff fi Vit '-gr he sf ft'm5iQ5 ,L-new-' ?f 'fx' , Jmfsax. Mp - sf. K 1 K fx. V X f K 1 , .:,4-new. '30, , ' Llii - '74 " ff - - ' lr.-1g:gg'. Feet seem to become a bit heavier as they trudge to school, students find noon-time gaiety beneath the shade of new leaves, the lake breaks its shell and gently bathes the shore, thunder and rain bring fresh flowers and foul feetg the fire bell surn- mons students to saunter outside occasionallyg locker contents are purged in spring cleaningg even teachers rise from aca- demic sofas to pitch a few horseshoes--why? Because its . . . .w if Jun 'zffff ff' ff W Mfpfw- Xe, 7.3 :N , Q H,-, M 2 w x, , r 1' F w mv rf" -45, 5 ft I . . Q01 Olwl ixf""' QV! F""l I IFULL One, two, ready, PLAY! BIQONS BAND PERFORM9 ,f if I' K ., . ,,. 3253 I 55. , f 1 ,.-, 1 y I 'Vs ',,-- J A.. ' , . . .zzl , ' ' WELL Y. o o o .T-: lgf., r , if , ,, 2, - l S A - .y 'vttx - . , -.-' V 45'-4,2l'i , ff - 14 , img, 3 " 45,9 ,lf AA .,. , 'ay . After hours --fake, V- Q ,ix 1' n' 5. ,iff 'mr' V iw? 'u .lx fn- r 3 4 me 'L V V l V u . N. J: ..,. r,,rr r. L r 1, 'e,'r iT'j1, 2 Q , P a"f7fs.w 'Vi L ":- 1 ' ..,: .,., K ' ww ' ,.ee. l 31,44 Q, A- ,HA ' Q ff? ' ""' f 2 11- Play along w1th Mr Ymghng if? W 1 by Q., f , Do you have cold feet? ? : E 'l" l -E'12-'e i Iryf ,yb- y,y , . b y FQ, .I 2 n v ' '- "hh kt- y Q 1 'f 76 .eq - , ,V L ,gigs , J 4 Q Q S' 5 . .-f3g1igE."lVfM'-3 H, V A -. .ww - ,-Hia ? 'ai 1 it gy ' 445 nf Q .gf 15 ,H Yyiewh I, 5. gy A , , nz, wi -7 Am .sew 5 -- A My 'v 1 M yi. 1 ,7 - H in ., A' wr' . 'X' 9, A f 7 - 1 w v f e iwama in Qin l'll bet Washington's or Napoleon's troops never had it this bad! Got something stuck in your tooth? AT SEVERAL SCENES ' Band Officers, Back: Director Yingling, Head Majorette Mabel Dwan, Drum Major Glen Mankowskig Librarian Karol Clark, Stu- dent Director Jim Svejda, V.P. Mel Vorel, Pres. Bob Kucera, Sec. Kay Covert, Librarian Ruth Anne Sherrnak. Mabel Dwan, Marcella Fellows Pamela Hull, Janean Russell. 9995 ,ix r O9 Q, 469 'A 0 c lf-:Q 9 Q0 'Dvv 9996 cagbivvqo fx 05 vxifl x,avfX1QWlf6iiw25QQ.Q6 OP 'Sai Xlavagvovoie Cxfvgxoik 'ixxgexeii 'cgioegxq x0 Z a0c59e5ee,i 1 X5 Y C 'O 99,9 xg .5 3.5-c get Q0 W 2 AA X X6 X c Q0 Q, fffxxwc ,xxx ,QOHQ +50 as 1' xr- x Q9 45' 6-5 we Xe 45 f K .ei 530x352 Q03 of K Q23 230' . Q0 x xo ,WG Mr. Sosnouski places David Novacek Memorial on corridor Wall. BACK: Kay Kelderhouse, Pat Merrill, Marcia Pokorny, Lynette Baker, Sandy Qualls, Dave Hart, Paula Troutt, Jim Carlsong Maxine Kahn, Paul Sosnouski, Karol Clark, Linda Hud- son, Barbara Krycka, Eileen Williams, Linda Durlin. Cameron Covert, Lauren Yech, Rick Ghareeb Lyn Papke, .Tack Williams. Practice makes perfect!!! :ads ,Mo ak BQ C63 00 gvleqxagxvol 'Q O Anyone got a pipewrench? Top to Bottom: .Tim Kucera, Frank Ehrhardt, .Tim Hamann, Nick Cardi, Dennis Smith, David Grayson. 55N S4-C lop o '94 R4 TINZD Dfljvo RE Was7776 N , 155, 91,6 tiewsufr ES The Wayne King Sound F 111 a Gsm, the me ,D 10 I5 N al, 4 any gills 'A W,17U Ib C a'-Yz,.,C l'f0,,m'1d '1assje,0fl1fdWa,-nd Dt '5'-in D Top: David Lubke, Glenn Mankowski, Bob McCarty, Pat Handley, .S 0013.1-S fzgb ban d . hr!-,oU'1a,, Choojsflrg ,Yds Bill Kucera, Sandy Hallg 'Unk gboufeffor Ufdfgfl Carol Starha, Kathy Hawley, Karl Krueger, DeLoris Bicker, .Tay N Dlay U76 med 'll 'lah edu, CO Q, Medek. 'vdpiohs' are . il : 'a S 'fq '77 , Q U14 tgbg dliffyk 's, 6 Gift 'Jmph Xl Ollie IZUJ' QNGMQ 'ind SENIOR BAND 1962 ,fix-N PRACTICE DAY AND NIGHT, BEFORE CONCERT Ron Ferguson, Sharon Yech, Jim Wooldridge, Charlene Paloucek, Kay Gowdy, Jim Sosnouskig Jim Svejda, Judy Kucera, Kay Covert, Cheryl Dominy, Ruth Anne Shermak, Nancy Furst, Kay Kucera, Judy Congdon. 80 STANDING: Larry Trepany Bob Kucera Melvin Vorel Jim Stev McNeill e Hart 1 GLEE CLUB Bond Pcvrenfs End Season- ln New Buffalo NEW BUWHLO-xTheAbw Buffalo Band Parent.: club held their last meeting of the season this week in the band roam. M' Edward Palaucek, preside'- Slded over the Ineetih' Plans were lr' cracker-jack ' Droject. ' M M rs. f' ed AND JuN'0R B Xxrl -iS COHC L .gtnif chfl S. . H01m ,fb VOTQ1' Rus . , Rf' Ivilkt llllkl k MO 1. Jai DOLIQA M11 DOH I Conway' B03 1 V ALL-QCHGOL PLAY OPENS gif sl! l, .x.g i VEMIOF Th:i1's a good linoll Tho cast relaxes LAUGHTER jbpnls lilll idl9H "Thats right. Elmer. sonnyf' a nivmorable line fron'1 thc sChool's czirlyrspring, thru'-act coniccly, suggests thc laughtci r and hilarity which ziccoinpaniod LOVE IS IN THE AIR, Directed by lxlrs. Batty Turner, the play was Comparable to inany of tclcyisiorrs donucstic tribula- tions, this onc given a triple twist by having Fathcr Truitt Qlxlcl Vorell atteinpt to uvadc a free jet riclci while his faniily strives cliligcntly to sccurc his jot scat. The play was intcrwovon with cloublcfold andour with girls Usovey Blazck. Jean Scarberry, Sally Ste-Wartl baring romantically rushed by boys QBill Harnann. Don Knautc, Ron Fcrgusonl. .4 A Top: Ron Forguson. Bob Conxvayg Bill Haznann, Arlene Hyska, Maxinm- Kahn, Lauren Yeoh Poor Gramps Judy Kuccra, Chuck Wrightg Don Knaute, lvlelvin Vorel, Sally Stn-wart. Mrs. Turner, Lovoy Blazek, .TanetKissn1ang Jean Scarberry. Do a good job! .1 - P i f""'fl W - an 'WM' l hay0n't seen your olcl sweatshirt! 'Ve SC-f, Uffql W8 Wvlcolnc to the play ls OOf Pla O Um.yIi.IT' I y 1, 'N-'I W 301. 3 ,. . .JI ,H .1 11, 41 4 My ,Helly on x any O. .ZVPF Ur-dl' If I VI 401 1W7"o' W' 9 0001, '1,,,I"fw '1 la n1g,,"0f1.',, . l , . . . 11,0 lla, 5lj:3,10f ,S 111, mmf If 'cm UQ.. .s-fu 71,9 111 nf' Uvon nil' I I-'If '1y. iff:-X l,..w An, The buffoonery ends as adorable, olcl Granfups Truitt fChuck Wrightl receives the free jot ride, a naerry dc- Oh Dad. 1sn't lt wonderful '? nouement for a fine romatic comedy. performed well by Turner's Troupe. Gramps to the rescue! Top: .Tina Glossinger, Don Baker. lwlrs, Turner, BillWeyb1-ight. Mikel Fabis, Bill Kucerag Kathy Hawley, .lerryKiss1'nan, Bill Hamann, Jack Kangvr, Richard Kay. Gary Harold. Bob Kucera, Kay Coycwrtg Barbara Kryeka, Toni lngle, Carolyn Enbanks, Arlene Hyska, Judy Congflon. Nancy Fursl. Janet Suida, Agtigng behind the Sgengg Director ponds rs a point I 7 '-'Wi IEASICBA LL RECORD oWi1i:z. Z Losses NR VS. 1 -I Bridgman 6 10 Lakeshore 0 5 Edwardsburg --1 5 New Troy h -1 Galieri Z O Three Oaks 7 6 Eau Claire 5 8 Lakeshore Qplayoffj ov' xwpee S3962 X - S09 ' 19' i B1 Q Win Rexx New B 31065 XC am 'sebaxx Q-AN' 03 'rf ox WQHOZNKQYS N Y TWG? in SCWO Q00 XB- 3 'ol W . A Y5' ro' Jw "Efr'?egmS " Hegk aowpg, We Q95 'bg 6 V' XQBNLS awe. ak i'.... Top: Jay Ivledek. Jimi Karagon, Jimi Sosnouski. Milton Barbee. Jerry Kissirxan. .Tack Jones. George Gooch. Jimi Crlossinger, Rich Crharoeb. Coach Shakleeg Keith Ponagelak. Bob Topinka. Russ Hohns. Dale Bra-wer, Mike gig, Fabis. Paul Sosnoiiski. Doug Trepany. Cameron Covert, C BASEBALL Corrie on. put her over! - K ii 5153 X 'Z H - The Big Game fir: 5' -.--- . . P rac ti C e m ake S pe rf Q ct He r e it C om e S ! SW W 'QM mg., af-M' 'UW zgggrew Q My Hwswhs- 6' : 1 I ff' :im ww I ' 4,11 --,551-",u MW.:-,.,,, J, L H .,, ,, W , :wg '+w4g:w:- V , . f ' .ig-J, L1-5f:n!:ri::1.'x-. mf 1354 4 ifyfif V. -fn F , , L p '- i 2 , A ff ei M:-i Mfg C. 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T11c1'c was Ii21I'P1gOI1 s.11'e 1:11 5c1'1mf1. and Topink a '1111gg111' 1111111. 85 E 5 ' rw-Q 5 - f f -h Q , NN ..k,A.. L gg, , - 112 Get Sci. Ready. Go!! Here they Come JV TRACK TEAM The Finish Back: Coach Prynn, Jim Krycka, Bruce Maly, Dave Kaminsky, Larry Poff, Dave Prybella, Pat Strandadg Barry Maly, Chuck Krieve, Mika- Cardi, Dave Kelsey, Jerry Kerns, John Rubenacher, Lynn Ditnqar, Wally Harding, Mike Renkawitzg Mike Kueera, Dick Purtha, John Holme, Tom Hildebrand, Dave Stromer, Bob Hall, Larry Bland, Up and Over K Swan dive Q Over We go awww X ' 4 2 J - i 3 'X fi' W ili ylar fri ii J gg my N-...A cw' 3 5 in 5 x 5 5 S' 5 X Us S W' :Ly-Q51 , A . , K. K 2,1 A .. H 1, --y, Lrk- ,,., , I ,VI r .-,A . ,h,,.. , .,, ,.-Lguwe,+s-- - f 13:-ff :'.,.f T '- E. . .. . ., ,L vi, me Q 1' -- ' , -a Y - ' ' .... -- 1 ,Qi . ' ' ' N - 4 ff ,r , . 1 W0 w ,K FF .fl W Xxmxefe on 'fy I 3 5-kk I . b p , M J M , QKQ QGQ -wt , X0 QQ :I if K RQ K, . 9580 05 , Q YP bye V u X 1, Vi Vir, gait.. Q! 4 ' In 3,5 f Now to gilt them off 1 M Q , VM How does than knot go again? VARSITY CLUB Top: Jim Karagon, Bob McCart5f. Jvrry Kissnian, Glenn lvlankovvski, Jack Jones, Milan Nicksic, George Gooch: Mr. Nlorrison. lvlike True-ha, Jim Sosnonski, John Crane, Gary Harrold, Bill Wcybright, Bill Hanqann. John Sinks, Mr. Shakleeg Bob Topinka, Jini Glossinger. LuCRoy Eubanks. Mikcf Fvrris, Jirn Haniann, Ri1sscllHolms. Dalv Brewcr. Coach Morrison tabulates scores YOU 100k C0161 "' 'Ti- off X , L. ' '24 K wg, ,,, ,- f 7 :fa-H ' A - f :Jaw A ff, wr ii YK i"i-pk, '55 5 'AHA-2L+N,.. . . L .-7+ fr . ' . A 4 A - Ja rd -1 nm- 5 .w,6wMr. , K Y M 6 X, HUF I'W1UYlil'lg on air 7 ,W ,R Q Ilo V L' Ifllldf Y fy" I ' ' .. ,yr s A? f A .-1 .Q - , ' ff ,R Q' . ' V 1 ' , V G? R27 f 1 ' V .. 'ify X 31:-ffm , ' ffl . 1 ' f . W 'W a. 1 K ' 'W ' "'g L A fa i s -,-.-' '1 1 .',.. fl- ' . ,,A, ,A f .. .f f K , 4f' e g vv,.Q, E. A A " " Tim track mvthocl V Thpyg-U Off! ww A TY TRACK iii we Q I I STANDING: Coach IX'Ic11'1'i5On. Gcurgv Goouh. Wally Ilibcr, .Tank Jonws. .Tzlvk Moulik. Ji1r'1K:1ragOn. .Tolm Cram-. .Tim SlJ511Ol151iil Don Bal-cc 1'. P11111 Sosnouski. Rink Glmrewb. Sta-vu Dohm-r. Jim Glossingn-rx Bob Trupany. Bob Topinkn. 88 ,t I my .: ., .., 'a:f::.fa:g:- -'fm gl Q Q f ' 5 f 5 Q Q Z 5 XN'iunimg 1'wra'r1sic cmnp:-Iilolwi Pvmxx XIL'I'k'1A'i'. I,n1x'uyUl51XvlX.X1.a:'fm'll,1 Fvlloxx 5.Sl1sgwnK:1l1n. ,inn f3l'l1l121I! COIVIPETITORQ THRILL . . . .-XNDING: ClnurglUr-11r1v1'bo11.KI.zXirM-KAHII. fxldxwslm 1JUlxOK'llX- .km ww' Smlnrlq-rw. .Truly Km 1-rn, Sfallx' Sloxvslrt' umm-1151 Fwllm-.s. LOx'vyBlf1Zm'k. 5115-QlIIIifihN..T?lI'1ikkL'C3I'f1ilH!!l. PL-um' YXTQXVL iwr. .Inch-:in Sc 11I1L'idVI' H9 X xl , i ef I qi 1 .609 . - "N , X - i XX x lx Ox fiuvxo - -'fwxgf Xecx X L0 Q lx X. Xx ' il Y x 4 V' vi l ' . x ' ,.R'a gt ii Q 8,34 Vfw gfow bvfvw il ny X ROV? W2 L f10"'.-.Qciwn Ml' ivzggh ce xg mwgxfqve gxtvxl-AM xc- wxadoox in dd .-,,, 'gov no V005 l Q, x. A l llomile l'k'l'L'lVl,'S an awzlrd . lt l l Four score at seven years ago THEIR ORATDRY. Put more feeling into it. Ivlar-Sue six XG w oo 5 X. Bonnie Brewer addresses Advisor Mrs. Larson and Forensic group-- X STANDING: Iviaui-een Kehoe, Denise Moore, Judy Mrozekg Q26 C305 X5 SEATED: Linda Haack, Pat Russell, Gloria Brandon, Dave Kelsey, S Q15 X000 R Peggy Davis. Margaret McNeill, Mrs. Larson, QQO SSC vw: N 10 X' Yto 935'-Qxblfbrcvxf X QQOYQKQGXSQQXQQZKQY 90 XX ,MXL ZJQSKQQQSS iw XX S X r f li?0'SQilff55 X VN 'dau' ,'r, ffffd W. THE HIC!-ISC!-1 b-5' CE NE .V . NX Rx Y. Dwn IUM 5 OOL MARCELLA PELLOHLS 80511 the V Varsity I arszr W017 I Ne W W J' S120 T hell" P0 QS 3 I ga 42155 11 Q at 'ning m 101 w H Ear b me askerha J' Erzday mg! 518 FU'7zout of faq, Ines were 5-Quajjy exe: V Uwe Senior pep Sk.- 'Uv U26 .Pep Qssemblr 86117 points for the Who PUF 012 the ski' 0730. 9011l1ie Hyqq ec Marcella Fr if L A-ew tlwln Iloxx .rl 5111995 F VK N. B. STUDENTS TA KE INTEREST INVENTORY 7 .Six DA.L'c".YSLXJOY 11,5 easy On 'V 1 On. nfratl e nc Co -r 611176 Qrdffz' S11'd1j'.'7Vf D srudunts a ASL-haul IOO' bt. , g 55' S zxev 1 A an 1 USQ JJ I7"' , JUI7 " 11tPl'8S" d uz V cf" 1770 mt-N e rin- 111' I Y In RPOLL 4Tl-144 I? G PERIOD SED Stan A. Sosnouskx 'Ve-w Buffalo H1 fourth O Lf' Q' HONO FOR ARKIN EL E4 , prlzlwlpdl of I gh 5617001 fuinounucd six uvvks honor roll Scudenrs musr rnaznram 'ge nz then' auadsnuc sub- listed. 'fng pupds ma 'l: Paul -S' 5' 0877041 gradej' M, , Q . mt ' 1 S xvhcre ski, , Lau-rl . Da nd Koh "h gradej: 'wa- 91 Editor .Tini spvaks while group listens? ANNUAL STAFF ATTENDS CONFERENCE IN GRAND RAPIDS AND KALAMAZOO TO PRO- DUCE A BETTER YEARBOOK Anal what do YOU want for Xinas ? TOP: Bonnie Hudson, Don Baker, Joan Scarberry, Linda Hudson, Marsha Pokorny, Maxine Kahn, Ruth Anno She rinak, Sandy Diamond, Pat Baneyg Pcnny lviercior, lan Buchanan, Janet Kissman, Lovey Blazek, Mary Anne Frey, Arleno Hyska, Busy. arGn'tt1hCy 7 Paste them in straight Karol Clark, Cheryl Henderson, Kay Covert, Where do We go from here? Advisor Nagelg Bob Kucera, Jim Kucera, George Gooch. Do you sec Whatl see? 1 5 Bill Cwoxvdy Jim Haniann John Hvlbig Pani Hull Kathy Hawley Penn Hull Vue President Kay Covert, SeCreta1'ygMrs. Orloff, Mrs. big, Turner Advisors Melvin Vorel, Trcasurerg George Gooch, JuNloRQ -. George Gooch President VCA o 0 0 1, ij' My if A Yvonne Baldridge Pat Baney I Everett Braden Kay Covert Carolyn Eubanlxs Brenda Crlossingor Ian Ballew Karol Clark Mike Fabis - 1 ' or "ii f --" im.-ii' ilizzi C. ww Q Hx ob 4, if R K I Q 'Q 3 ii I M , of ff? l -'ie' -f, , .ge ,- .. Q f? K ' ii: ' fa- , A my i ... A iv 1 . H H, rggf- ,J-Z : 'fo WJ K 'f ' gf T' 93 - xt 1' ll v t or-1 Up! Slwvp . . . Sandrnan TO LEAD STLIDENTRY IN '63, Ray James Carol Knaute Kathy Krievn- Melanie Lowe Charlene Paloutek lack Rogers Arlene Hyska .Terry Kissman Bob lXfIcCarty Maxine Kahn Kathy Kruege 1' John Riggs 'N Y- 'Q 3 n 4 H' f i ' : iv f.f-ga' , f f '15, -G15-A5333 L , ,W X. Sw . 3 1 -, ,. I wx ,..' sf-5'f'fff':" "',: E H s 'h - if ' if :-.. 5 Z Q"' "fi ' Q - V A ,Q of ,'..,-' 1-1 . o-.L 2 , I 7 I' , Don Knaute Glenn Nlankowski Jodean Schneider PM A Qt- .7 IQ ' Ye A Y M I it 'k-' , X. ,',, Ruth Anne Shermak Sharyn Shreeve Maureen Springer Bob Topinka Sandra Stick i f ,L V fm t- 5 . , I Afxrws- ,J K li if n .. IJ. Q ff ' f J 5 1523 e to rrr 94 t 5 4258.5 Show 'mn how! Now open your wmouth and stick your tongue out! ,' .-v-.- K, .,mb14r? X P Intr'mT1u1'z115'? Lovc' that Bob! -X g. rm, Y Fun 81 L,ZlUQ11i1'1g Tinn- Yea! fo 1' trophiea ff'-" We brushed with Crest evo 1-yday for 5 ye-211-5 Kathy, "The Ball Hog" 'SQA'-,.' HM Wa, The Juniors transforux fhc 619111 1nto a IN15w Heaven" 220' ,aj wp- Thc banquet . Thank you. Our happy doo rnuc n The JG. Krupa Beat . was Well attended and enjoyed by all JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM HIGHLIGHTED BY . . . EVERYBODY wants punch. Do you know a "Txvist'? " "M S 5 96 Welcome to the '62 Prom! as W Q H' . , x A reserved group, . . . CROWNING OF KING Er QUEEN What's so funny 'P 'P Coronation tirnc as Goorgcl andK:1y Crown royaltx Jinx Karagon and Chn-1'y1Hendorson. TCS-Sculptured punch bowl at , . Never ?1bC'1.fCI' tirnc for 21 pic: . . . and after prom at Clean-up break ,, if After tho ball is over" fl F VALE DICTORIAN i A . x mv A ummm m. IVIARYANNE FREY Honor Society. l.2. 3,4 lPreS.lg GAA, FHA, Pep Club, Ari- nual Staff. Valedicitorian ofthe senior class. an active leader in church. school. and society, and adniired by all as an exenwplary Aiherican youth. Nlaryamie Frey envisioned sl future of College life at Western and at teaching career, Her valedietory was spoken suddenly and Shatteringly only three weeks before graduation when she was killed in an ztutoinobile Collision. Words Struggle but Czirmot express the grief and sorrow of the afternuatli. Death at the sumihit of her youthful years does leave bright. radiant ndemories of lvlftryzmne and the as Surarice that she will be our Valedictorirm in life, our senior saint. 98 QENIORS KEEP ONE EYE ON BOOKS AND THE OTHER ON FUTURE Officers gl Advisors: Advisor Morrison. Advisor Prynn, Sec. Frances Smart. Treas. Jean Smith, V.P, Jack Jones, Pres. Janet Kissman Throughout her high school career, President Janet Kissman has always devoted her time and effort self- lessly to help the class in its various activities. She has been a fine example of the loyal, hard-working classmate and has been recognized for her efforts by receiving the DAR Award. JANET JOYCE KISSMAN, President, Class Sec.. 1,33 G.A.A., lg All- School Play, 4, Holme- coming Queen, 45 Pep Club, Z,3,4, lntra- murals, 4. KATHLEEN SUE MCCOTTER, Salutatorian Honor Society, 2,3,4g Bausch-Lomb Science Awardg Lions-Club Scholar- shipg Mathematics Award, Class Presi- dent, 33 Student-Council Rep.g Pep Club. Kathleen McCotter, salutatorian of the Class of 1962, has maintained an excellent scholastic record throughout her high-school years. The school ap- plauds and honors Kathy and wishes her the best of luck in the future. 99 WANDA LEE BARRETT FHA. 2.3.43 Li brary Club. 43 Glee Club, 2. Fronu early-nxorning entrance . . TERRENCE OWEN DELORIS ETHEL BlCKER Band, l.Z.3g G.A,A., Z3 Fl--l.A., Z3 Pep Club, 2,5g lntranuurals. 4. BRENNAN Glee Club, 4g Foot- HAROLD BRUNSON ball, 23 lI'1tTa1'I'1L1TalS, Football, 2,33 Glee E-,4. Club, Z,3. IOO Experienced float Contractors John monitors a quiet? study hall. FORREST BUCKINGHANI JIM CORWIN Class Pres., lg Intramurals, 1,2 3,4, s X JOHN H. CRANE, JR. Track, l,2,3,4, Football, 2,3,4g Varsity Club. Z,3, 4, Intramurals, 2.3,4, Crlee Club, 3. Seniors were active, enthusiastic, but losing intrarnural Competitors. MABEL DWAN Class V.P., lg Student Council, 3, Band, l,2,3, Majorette, l,Z, 3,45 Cheerleader, l,2, GAA, l,2.,3, FHA, lg All-School Play, 3, Forensics, 2,33 Annual Staff, 3. lOl Senior pep skit. LEEROY EUBANKS Basketball, Track, Football, l,Z,3,4g Baseball, Z,3,43 Varsity Club, Z,3, 43 lntramurals, MARCELLA FELLOWS Band, l,Z,3,43 Ma- jorette, 2,3,43 Cvlee Club, l,23 Forensics, 2,3,43 Annual Staff, 33 All-School Play, Z3 Library Club, Z3 Pep Club, 29 GAA, 23 FHA, 2. RONALD FERGUSON Band, l,Z, 3,43 QA1l -Star BandJ3 All -School Play, 3,43 Annual Staff, 3,4Q Track, l. IO2 When April Showers . . . Aw, Sis, you don't even know what We're talking about. us., uf,-red, yOu'I.C SOOO JUDlTH GRAHAIW H Honor Society. 3. funny. 43 FHA. 3.4 QSOCJQ All-School Play. 33 Annual Staff, 33 lntrarnurals, -1. WILLIAM HANIANN JR. Football, l.Z.3.4g Track, Z.3g Band l.2.3: All-School Play. 3. Student Council. 45 Class Officer. 2: lntra- niurals, l,Z,3.4. CHERYL HENDERSON Student Council. 41QSct'.J: FHA. 2.3. Q51-ol, 4 QV.P.lg Cvlee Club. Zg Band. ll: All-School Play. 31P1'oni Queen, 4: Forun- sics. 4g Annual Staff. 3. BONNIE HUDSON FHA. l.Z lliistj. 3 f1'up.l. -lg Pvp Club. 3.-l lsooll Annual Staff. 3.4: GAA, l. Intra- inurals. -l. ff "ble thinks, nuns nyc 5 are vxaggc iating mine gut." 'P 103 ma . 1-,W Jan Welcomes visiting Mexican student, Bric Saucedo. JACK KANGER Football, 4, Glee Club, 4, Basketball, Z3 lntrarnurals, l,2. Advisor Prynn in more than a supervisory capacity. STEVE .TAVARAS Football, l . .TACK DOUGLAS JONES Football, Base- ball, Basketball, Sr Track, l,2,3,4g Football Co -Captain, 43 Class V.P., 4, Varsity Club, l,Z, 3,4, JAMES J. KARAGON Student Council, 2 QRcp.l, 3 QV.P.l, 4 QPres,lg Track, l,Z,3,4g Football, 2,3,4g Baseball, l,3,4, Basketball, 3, Class V.P., 3. E , l IO4 Toasting with a hamburger 7 !! 4 A , 5--f f ocal SPCA mcmbc 1' 5 pin .-an--f--' -- 'U f- in -- 'km fr wb' Wh. THERES-E KRYCKA ,TAIVIE5 ROBERT KUCRRJX Honor Souix-Ly, 2,14 fV.P.J:Bgmcl1..ZQ.AX11- ' C ' ' . .-1 Q 'f ROBERT J, KEEFBR bm' Hamm 5 QNX d , Novacuk EVIL-n'xur'ml B51nd.1.Z.u.-1: .N Y. : ,C V I Hanulrills Z 54 bghulfirbhipj, labb D C ' ' ' ' PM-s.. Z: Sludcm Coun- cil R4-p.. 4LAl1-School Play. 51FxOI'PI11Sik'5, 59 IIlfI'TiNWL1I'Z1l5. 41 ,Xlmual Editor.-1, NANCY LEE KR UEGER F.H..'X,, LZ.-19 L1- brzlrx' Club. 5.4: G,A.A.. 105 Z , . .tm sharing ich-as in clsxssromma ROBERT FRANK KUCERA Band, l,Z.813QAll- Star Bandl, 4 QPres. 8: John P, Sousa Awardlg All- School Play, 3,45 Forensics, 3, An- nual Staff, 3,4. BARBARA KUCHARSKI FHA, 4, Intra- murals, 4. PENNY A. MERCIER G,A.A., 2,35 F.H.A., 2, Annual Staff, 3,45 Pep Club, 2,33 For- ensics, 3,43 Intra- murals, 4. JEAN SCARBERRY All -School Play, 41 The Bo Jo Bi Ji Bu Ji's a status key club. The great senior volleyball teaijn goes through its paces. lO6 P AT SCHRADER A., 1.2. 5.4. FRANCES JOYCE SMART Honor Soqtlcty. 2,3.4g Class SCC 2.-1: Annual Staff lx Danforth AWA 4. DENNIS SHUBERT lntrarnurals, 4. JOHN SINKS Football. 3,-lg Baseball, 31 Varsity Club, 4. T07 Fred Astaire's protege. Celebrating seniors at the victory cele- bration. IVIICHAEL FRANCIS TRUSHA Football, l,Z,3,4g Track, lg Wres- tling, lg Basket- ball, lg Intra- neiurals, l,Z,3,4. .Q v ky B JEAN ANN SMITH Class V. P., 2, Class Treas,, 3,45 F,H.A.. 1,2 lV.P,l 3 8: 4 lPres.lg Honor Society, 3,4 Nursing Scholar- ship, 45 Clinic Asst., 3,43 Cheer- leader, l,4, Pep Club, 2,35 G.A.A., lg Library, l,Z. BARBARA DOLORES TAYLOR WILLIAM R. WEYBRIGHT Football, Z,3,4g Glee Club, 33 An- nual Staff, 3, Of- fice Asst., 4. l lO8 1 fwgi :EQ HELEN WILKIE JAMES ZEPTK Gln-Q Club, -15 Intramurals, 4. . . . to 1'e5carCh in the library. DAVID WILKES DWD Im ramural S, -1. DONALD WILKES Ini1a1n111alS, 1.5, 109 we Q, swf f - .,,,. 1, 'Y 7 ,.,., ,iv . , , Y v rf H Q rl E 9 .1 4 J 1' A Q A -gf fri. '- , . ,aw ., gf . A f A v-miww sir-,L , for .,,, iff' :ASWJ1 . ' 1 f 1 W5 A rvndczvons outsidv . gifs- .4X'XX'E11'dRCfCipiLXI1t5, Back: Jim Knccra, David Novacck Nlcmorial Scholarshipg .Tino Karagon, Danforth Awardg Jinw Svejda, Interlochcn Scholarshipg Frances Smzrrl. Danforth Award .Tan Kissnuan, DAR Awardg Kathy MCCotte1', Bausch-Lomb Award. . . . and a tote-a-tate insidv at noon. -3-w-f....mq-1 5 -...........l. 'T . ...JM h,,..T,,, X 4 U111l1yOk1Qll11 Ilrolin' mmd. Bl11Lf1l1?1 !""w , . 1 3, ff X f 31 1 1 E T 3 f E ' K K -sk ,. I 5.1 W 1 V1 M 1 F33 'I11I'UtA 51LJOfJ,L'5. on thv TUC1-is Kzllhy pnmdvrs 21 IDTR,J1D1L 14 , ,f OfN6NX'Bllf1NEl1C71q1Q1l . . . ij' J Kay ' 5 17111 131 rthclay Easy, Chucjk. Baby! , , . , tw t1w 1111411 txmst t1xro11g1m 1111 11111 A determined group, the Seniors are aware of such dangers as Porter's SHIP OF FOOLS and the possibility of Wayward torpedoes and plan to make theirs a speedy ship to that "Harbor of Success." A WF Sli ii p 'MAY iiri O siiii iii dine -W ihsgfg 'vt :.ij 5 Jf: .:.'. . 9 1 4 -1 Best Wishes in a New KUCERA BROTHERS Joe Kucera Chapter J' l f i. If C, 'Q X xf, 'fb wx- , JQ,,,,ax rf: 1 'g f i-25 f l J f fl of Life Congratulations to the Class of '62 NEW BUFFALO HARDWARE Western Union Sub-Station 100 N. Whittaker Phone l54 New Buffalo, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of '62 KERHOULAS INSURANCE LAKESHORE REALTY R. E. Padgett, Builder lOl North Whittaker Street New Buffalo, Michigan Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of l962 THE MUSIC SH0P CONNELLY-NOBLE 512 Franklin Dial TR 4-6900 Michigan City Indiana FUNERAL HOME LaVern D. Noble, Owner Three Oaks, Michigan Compliments of CONSUMERS BUILDING INDUSTRIES Lumber Building Materials Union Pier, Michigan Phone Lakeside 375i Congratulations to the Class of i962 RAY'S SERVICE Dealer in Sinclair Products Lu brication--Washing --Tires--Batteries Phone 9117 New Buffalo, Michigan Ray Gooch--Prop. v SNUG scHlFF's SHOES HARBOR 732 Franklin Street Michigan City, Indiana FARlNA'S COmp,ime,,,S of BARBER SHOP Mr. and Mrs. Paul oselka Russ Farina George Calnin POKCRNY 8 i Congkaltssiayipnigo the HEATING MAGRO'S 6 . Phone l 2 Dry Cleaning and Washerette New Buffalo, Michigan Gas 8. Electric Appliances Plumbing 8. Hardware Supplies New Buffalo, Michigan Housewares Gifts Builders Supplies Tools H6 Congratulations to the Class of '62 SCHRADER LUMBER 8g CCAL COMPANY 125 North Whittaker Street Phone 48 New Buffalo, Michigan "The Building Material Store" Congratulations to the Class of '62 QUALITY BAKERY Special Occasion Cakes Our Speciality Phone 878 30 North Whittaker New Buffalo, Michigan Best Wishes and Congratulations to the Class of 1962 ilillips , my FRANK s XXX O'DONNAHUE'S Harbert, Michigan Phone Lakeside 9481 Congratulations to the Class of '62 LOG CABIN "Uncle George" U .S. 12 and Buffalo Street Phone 9147 New Buffalo, Michigan I.G.A. FOODLINER Phone 1161 New Buffalo Michigan Best Wishes to the Class of I962 Best Wishes from GUHL'S BOAT 8. DOCK Harold and Georgiana Guhl Congratulations to the Class of 1962 from HODER'S l GROCERY 8. MARKET i5 N . Whittaker New Buffalo, Michigan "Large Enough to Serve You Small Enough to Know You" -,ualucr R 'llvltl EGGERT'S SERVICE Phones Daytime Night 236 256 General Auto Repairs Wheel Balancing Eddie 8. Elsie Congratulations to the Class of 1962 TOP HAT RESTAURANT Marge and Bill Best Wishes and Congratulations to the Class of '62 PLASTIC MASTERS, INC. New Buffalo, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of '62 APPLIANCES APPLIANCES HAISMAN ELECTRIC Authorized Dealers in RCA Victor and GENERAL ELECTRIC Electrical Heating Contractor and Air Conditioning State Licensed Contractor 7 N. Whittaker New Buffalo, Michigan Phone I8-W e i e C s 1: 2. 'I The Best of Everything to Each and Everyone of the 1962 Class TWIN MILLS MOTEL Congratulations to the Class of '62 KRUEGER'S PHILLIPS - 66 Phone 9144 New Buffalo, Michigan H9 Best Wishes to the Class of '62 ',y,.o .S Mk , .Q 5 GATEWAY MOTCRS Phone I577 New Buffalo, Michigan 'I' U Congratulations to the Class of '62 REDAMAK'S .S. 12 Phone 9152 New Buffalo, Nllch igan WW Congratulations to the Class of '62 Best Wishes to the Senior Class of i962 1 i who s, ' 55, ' -- H ,.-f ,l Ms:-' f -Q -sf fa q o . :Q wiwfiiiii 'isqzil , Y' 1 Q ,T W 2 ill 2 rlrlo M Lvyl 5 Axyk i',i 3 5 SPAULDING HUME CAFE Phone 9115 Michigan City, Indiana New Buffalo, Michigan B IVE 'W CHRISTOPHER C g tit toth I I on f1962 'E OSELKA COMPANY SHELL SERVICE U lon Pler, Michigan Phone H73 4, CO6 O QQ I Q4 0 A RONALD H. SMITH 9 FUNERAL DIRECTOR H -s CONSTRUCTION M HEPLER'S ROYAL BLUE STORE We Deliver Phone 93 New Buffalo, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of '62 Fred Nottingham Ford-Mercury Falcon-Comet Sales and Service Three Oaks, Michigan Best Wishes Seniors congmfulafions HILDEBRAND'S to The STANDARD SERVICE Class of '62 FLAMINGO MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. George Innes Phone 9123 New Buffalo, Michigan Atlas Tires, Batteries, and Accessories Towing and Road Service Phone 9100 New Buffalo, Michigan Compliments of COOK'S RADIO 8k LANG'S GARAGE TELEVISION T.V. Radio--Phonograph 0 0 O o Auto Radio Ov ZA Q C e N Z Union Pier, Michigan Z 'f o 1 f I 1' CITY RADIO 8: TELEVISION l I I3 Franklin Street Phone ,TR 4-5l5l Michigan City, Indiana "Finest in T.V. Service" I5 yrs. Serving Michigan City - New Buffalo Area Phone 646 New Buffalo Good Luck to Class of '62 Congratulations and Best Wishes FLAMINGO GRAND BEACH HOUSE OF FLOWERS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berry 2 lf2 Mi. West on U.S. I2 New Buffalo, Michigan Phone ISI AAA Approved KULKA'S SUPER SAVER Choice Meats, Poultry Produce 8 Groceries "Your F .T.D. Florists" Bill 8. Frieda Rossman Phone Lakeside 49ll phone 393 Union Pier, Michigan 123 3 o 1 Best Wishes to Seniors of 1962 CALVIN'S Southern Fried Chicken Steaks--Chops--Sea Food 23 E. Buffalo Phone 73 New Buffalo, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of i962 NEW BUFFALO the Class of '62 "Flowers For All Occasion Compliments of New Buffalo, Michigan Barbara Ryerson 132 N. Whittaker D th Ecl oro y FOOD MART Union Pier, Michigan , Quality Meats, Produce, Frozen Foods S Carry Out Beverages Best Wishes Phone 2021 124 Best Wishes and Congratulations to the Class of '62 Congratulations 8 and BestWishes HILLTOP MOTEL to me lii'5'?' g 5, mmm as "im: elf- ms' -fl i31i:f2:7El 15.192 rv lasts' wwf. f, .lg .li l f. lies-ftoig A 'P ...-Q' I' .l -. ,ia if -' of-EP as if io' fir ,s 4. New Buffalo, Michigan Class of 1962 CHEVROLET SALES INC. Phone 5731 Three Oaks, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 1962 MlLTON'S WESMARC'S LOUNGE Wishes the RESTAURANT CI'-SS of '62 a Bright Milton and Aimee Beach and Phone 730 Successful New Buffalo, Michigan Future Congratulations to the Class of i962 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '62 from RECREATION "Bowl for Health" K 8 E,S Tony Krycka Phone Lakeside 2861 Congratulations ancl Best Wishes to the Class of l962 FRED STERN YOUNG MEN'S STORE 609 Franklin Street Compliments and Congratulations Transporters of Petroleum fliquified Petroleum Gas fChemicals fAcids PRODUCER'S TRANSPORT, INC. General Offices New Buffalo, Michigan 126 Michigan City, Indiana i . quality always 'iSkirts "'Sweaters i'Sportswear Michigan City 618 Franklin St. NORTH SHORE MOTORS Dealers in Comets--Mercurys Lincolns--Conti nentals LaPorte, Indiana Congratulations to the Seniors of i962 JOSENHAN'S DRUG STORE Karl V. Josenhans Registered Pharmacist New Buffalo, Michigan Best Wishes to the Class of '62 i The Golden Door 'Suburban Dining with a City Flair "Delectable appetizer buffet 'fOpen hearth charcoal broiler "Waterfall 84 water wheel 'fCaesar salad 81 flaming dessert Junction of M60 8. U .S. l2 l Mile North of New Buffalo Phone 377 - Compliments ' of - IOIUUCKANDCO SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Michigan City's Friendliest Department Store Congratulations to the Class of '62 BARTLEY'S US-12 STOP AND SHOP At the Grand Beach Entrance Open Daily 11:00 P. Nl. Grand Beach, Michigan GRlEGER'S CLOTHING STORE in Our 72nd Year Serving the "Public" Since 1890 Complete Apparel for Nlen Visit the New "Campus Shop" Especially for Young Nlen, Ladies, and Boys' Wear Nlichigan City, Indiana Congratulations and Good Luck Class of i962 'SW izzeac , 72 M gre me gtk Corner 8th and Franklin 'iff' Michigan City, Indiana 128 THEO'S LANES is we if QQ 00,0 J S fb So SVGA 653 Q00 Ofwfcf CD Q3 cf: 0 U .9 41 QQESQQ chris 450076 aff P460 e 6,55 BESTWISHES AND MUCH succrss C7 ,fvpv Q? K. . . X1 wig TO THE 'flfyfq 1962 GRADUATI NG CLASS Des ite this setback, New Buf- falo rebounded immediately in re- building the destroyed businesses. By the time this is published, New Buffalo and its businessmen will once again be striding towards new and promising prosperity. i ,Q New Buffalo is a steadily grow- ing, prosperous and progressive town for which the future offers much, but on the night of May 7th a spark ignited a raging fire which razed the main business section of town, destroying Scotty's Restaurant, Josenhans's Drug, and Hoder's Grocery. "l , - ' AFTER AWARD DAY... Right: Mr. Sosnouski presents DAR Award to Jan Kissmang GAA Advisor Turner honors Carol Clarkg FHA Ad- visor Klinker hands Crisco Award to Pam Hull. ALL EYES LOOK TOWARDS THE. o o Top left. Student Council Officers: Sec. Cheryl Hender- son, Pres. Jim Karagon, V.P. Charlene Paloucek, Treas. Jim Sosnouski. A-Q-.W Cheerleaders: Jean Smith, Stleffie Kaufman, Kathy Er- ... hardt, Delores Brandon, Kay Kelderhouse. Award-winning poets: Jill Moulok, Nancy Wilkie, Sharon Shreve, Chuck Wright, Advisor Larsong Solo and Ensemble Virtuosos: Steve Hart, Director Yingling, Russ Holms, Judy Kucerag Bottom Left. Frosh Pres. Iam Buchanan soberly receives Pep Jug from Student- Council Pres. Karagong Junior-Varsity Coach Prynn accepts gift from Team rep. Larry Blandg Ron Thompson he sitantly greets new faculty member, Cal Cium, as named by Judy Kucera. L R ',,,,v..,,.Q ' W' ,- -f .IU ' I! fmevu W V I v 4. V .. ...Mm , , X X ,wi-4 KA ,Lf 'g:Qyff'L',i1.1fi H cK,Qg,i..,,55,s,k - SKK .mf -Hin2."l'- GR M.. .... V.. Ou. ...- .gn-:qv-gr -.6 nw--0 .p""..- .M . ... . Nw "W f W , .... ...,...,..,,,g.,:3,.. . ,qo- 'ysu-, ' an :A his--.Q ""'., A .L .ww-if vqnr ..,.., -aun- W -aw ...WA 4- V W.. ..- ns-uk. ,... .- V 7 AUTOGRAPHS 'fff x QQ FN Q MWA X, b X wily 5 sb EU


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New Buffalo High School - Buffalodian Yearbook (New Buffalo, MI) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

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New Buffalo High School - Buffalodian Yearbook (New Buffalo, MI) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

New Buffalo High School - Buffalodian Yearbook (New Buffalo, MI) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

New Buffalo High School - Buffalodian Yearbook (New Buffalo, MI) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 1

1966

New Buffalo High School - Buffalodian Yearbook (New Buffalo, MI) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 138

1962, pg 138

New Buffalo High School - Buffalodian Yearbook (New Buffalo, MI) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 67

1962, pg 67

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