Niles High School - Tattler Yearbook (Niles, MI)

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6wnj TATTLER lee- TABLE OF CONTENTS HOMECOMINGS 3-14 SENIORS 15-46 JUNIORS 42-58 SOPHOMORES 59 -74 FRESHMEN 75-37 COLLAGE 88-89 PROM 90-91 IN TEN YEARS 92 CO-OP 93 DEDICATION 94 FACULTY 95-111 SPORTS 112-160 CLUBS 161-178 MUSIC 179-190 ADVERTISING 193-230 THE MILES HIGH SCHOOL TATTLER 1987 VOLUME 74 HOMECOMING PARADE Wendy Brownell. Paul Morgan and Aida Torres. Junior Attendants: Scott Crocker and Beth Hip- Charlie Bridges, Kathy Teeple and Ralph Wee- shire; and Freshmen Attendants: Julie Ort and don. B.J. riarbaugh. Paul Wells and Billian Austin Paula Pompey and Kevin Matcher. Cindy Brock and Sophomore Attendants: Bob Saxton and Amy Hathcoat. Tim Snyder and Jenny Cable. LeeAnn Lindenfeld and Tim Wilson. Deana Dittmar and David Bratton. AIDA TORRES AND CHRIS WESTPHAL 3 WE HAVE THE SPIRIT! NlM n TUl Sfifl) UK Mfc 7HUfc 5 - 0 1 u ReIxI 2h a A 0 . • DRtss UP DAY 1 J_U u D - ' ;- T« at Homecoming Week Calendar Jenny McCormicK and Miss Kietzer Homecoming week! The most exciting week of the fall season! The week was kicked off with Monday being Hawaiian Day, Tuesday being Punk and Rebel Day, Wednesday being College Day, Thursday being Dress up Day and Friday being the traditional Blue and Gold Day. Cindy Brock Shane Bybee and Chrissy Jann 4 CHRIS WESTPHAL AND AIDA TORRES ►»- 1. Candy Seals salutes College Day. 2. These hansome looking guys are Mike Sands and Scott Crocker. 3. We know which school is the best, don ' t we? 4. Michigan and Notre Dame together again. CHRIS WESTPMAL AND AIDA TORRES 5 FOOTBALL HOMECOMING ROYALTY 1. Queen Aida Torres and King Paul Morgan 2. First Runners-Up Mama Ziegler and Steve Kruze. 3. Second Runners-Up Deana Dittmar and Brian Childs. 4. Third Runners-Up Billian Austin and Tim Wilson. |i i J 7 i i r : .- B 6 CHRIS WESTPHAL AND AIDA TORRES 1. Miss Kietzer and Otho Farrow show their spirit on Hawaiian Day for Homecoming Week. 2. Deana Dittmar runs for the touchdown. 3. The Varsity Football players cheer at the Pep Ralley. 4. Football Homecoming Queen Candidates. 5. Sophomore Homecoming Attendants Bob Saxton and Amy Hathcoat. 6. This sign says it all. CHRIS WESTPHAL AMD A1DA TORRES 7 N I O POWDER-PUFF PIGSKIN r R H M £ M J U N I O 8 CHRIS WESTPHAL AND IDA TORRES LET THE GAMES BEGIN 1. Ursula goes for the touchdown. 2. Angie Didelot starts off the game. 3. Watch out. here comes Aida. 4. Tricia Chapman gets the touchdown and Robyn cheers her on. 5. That way to the bathroom. 6. Billian Austin thinks twice about going any further. 7. The Senior-Freshman team argue about the call. CHRIS WESTPMAL AND AIDA TORRES J BASKETBALL HOMECOMING Monday — Flannel Day Tuesday — Shorts Day Wednesday — Sixties Day Thursday — Valentine s Day Friday — Blue and Gold Day Scott Crocker Vickie Peeters and Lisa Keyes Shane Bybee Dan Jankoviak and Jeff Earl 10 CHRIS WESTPHAL AMD AIDA TORRES A GLORIOUS WEEK FOR A GREAT TEAM The Basketball Homecoming for 1987 was an exciting event! The Vikes ran away with a win against the St. Joe Bears. Everyone was in the spirit all through the Homecoming Week! The days included: Flannel Day, Shorts Day, Sixties Day, Valentines Day, and Blue and Gold Day. 1. Senior hallway 2. Betsy Hodgman and Greg Rhodes 3. LeeAnn Lindenfeld serves Chris Clancey at Homecoming Breakfast. 4. Mr. Magrane and Dan Hargreaves — and no egg on their faces. CHRIS WESTPHAL AND AIDA TORRES 11 BASKETBALL HOMECOMING 1. Queen Hope Dunifin and King Steve Didelot. 2. First Runners-Up Terri Witkowski and Doyle Rausch. 3. Second Runners-Up Michelle Slocum and Greg Podlin. 4. Third Runners-Up Lisa Dayton and Ron Wise. 12 CHRIS WESTPHAL AND AIDA TORRES Junior Attendants — Tina Carter and Scott Grayson. HOMECOMING ATTENDANTS Sophomore Attendants — Tracy Lundy and Ryan Smith. Freshmen Attendants — Jenny Morris and Ryan Crocker. CHRIS WESTPHAL AND AIDA TORRES 13 HOMECOMING FLOATS 1. Sophomore Float — First place winner 2. Freshmen Float 3. Junior Float 4. Senior Float fflT:« rc iuwv:- :u tAv » AuL , :3 AfcRt ' ttUkil 14 CHRIS WESTPMAL AND A1DA TORRES 15 fVMONG OTHER THINGS. THESE SENIORS ARE CONSIDERED TO BE Mr. Crouch and Mrs. Vaughn were voted the Best Teachers by the seniors. BIGGEST FLIRTS: Joe Bartak and Ida Torres SHYEST: Basil Ibrahim and Rachelle Wal- BEST LOOKING: Joe Bartak and lace Mama Ziegler 16 PAGE CREDIT TO: DEANA DITTMAR Diana Akey Kelly Aldridge Joslyn Allen Kimberly Andersen Michelle Anglin Stephen Arend Billian Austin Dawn Babbs Cori Bair MaryAnn Barboza Martha Bauernfeind Mark Bell Curtis Benson BEST LEGS: Scott Marazita and Lori Snyder 17 David Bicard Melinda Blankenship Iris Bolton Warren Bolton MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Joslyn Allen and Adam Vassar Charles Bridges Cindy Brock Amy Brooks Eric Brown Heidi Brown Ronald Brown Wendy Brownell Christina Burdett 18 MOST LIKELY TO BE A BUM: James Morris, Candy Seals and Steve Didelot Stacey Burrows Thomas Buti Michelle Caldwell Tammy Callahan Michael Campbell Beverly Carpenter Jill Cassell Carol Chappell Brian Childs Christy Ann Clark Sean Cogswell 19 Ray Cole David Cook Elizabeth Craw Michael Daly Marissa Davis Rae Ann Davis Lisa Dayton MOST ATHLETIC: Ddn Hargrcaves and Lee Ann llillkioss Rik Dellingct Steve Didclot Deana Dittmai Chtistinc Dodson firadley Docbel Pamela Downey Alex Dovic 20 Nicole Dragula Hope Dunifin Jeffrey Earl CLASS CLOWNS: Lee Ann Lindenfeld and Steve Kruze Rebecca Eaves Theresa Erlandson Dianna Ezell Sherrie Ezell Amy Feldman Susan Fintz Mary Flanigan Mathan Fritz Timothy Funnell Christopher Gabriel Jennifer Gamble Daniel Garcia 21 Lisa Gentry Timothy Glover Kelley Goerner Julie Grant Margaret Grathwohl Steve Greco Kristin Greene David Griffee Lisa Haines Crystal Hallwood Belinda Harris Kevin Hatcher Deborah Heimberger MOST OUTGOING: Ida Torres and Steve Kruze Maria Hernandez 22 MOST STUDIOUS: Josie Allen. Curt Benson, and Molly Grathwohl Kimberly Hess LeeAnn Hilligoss Basil Ibrahim Doreen Irwin Leesa Jackson Karey Jacobs Daniel Jankoviak Christine Jann MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED: Chrissy Jann and Doyle Rausch Chris Johnson 23 Kevin Johnson Ann Jonsson Ruth Kenton Ty Kilgore Deborah Kipker BEST PERSONALITY: Deana Dittmar and Kevin John- son Kelli Krassow Tamara Kronewitter Stephen Kruze Tricia Laczai 24 Robert Landis Robert Laskowski Tammi Lauderdale Brian Laviolette Michael Limbert LeeAnn Lindenfeld Sherry Lingerfelt Mark Livingston Cynthia Lotridge Arthur Love V Erin Luke Kelle Luke Troy Lyons William Magrane Lisa Mason Pamela McCalebb BEST DRESSED: Brian Childs and Elizabeth Hrycko 25 PRETTIEST EYES: Steve Didelot and Lisa Dayton Ricky McCartn ey David McCoy Robert Mclntyre Tim Mills Amy Mitchelh Caroline Mitchell Thomas Mollison Tonya Mooney Andrew Moore Paul Morgan 26 James Morris MOST LIKELY TO BE FAMOUS: Joslyn Allen and Steve Kruze Karlton Morris Christina Mosier Estelle Moss Kelly Mellans William Michols MOST GULLIBLE: Terri Witkowski and Steve Smith Victoria Peeters Shad Pfifer Deborah Phillips Thomas Pinard Julie Pitcher Connors Gregory Podlin Paula Pompey Edward Pride 27 Kristina Raatz Doyle Rausch John Redman Terry Reese Candy Reid Sherrie Reits Margo Reum Jack Reidel FUTURE MISS AMERICA AMD MR. UNIVERSE: Hope Dunifin and Bill nichols William Roberts Steven Rolston Carrie Sands Terry Schadler Kimberly Scott 28 Candice Seals Stephanie Searfoss Douglas Shaffer MOST LIKELY TO GET MARRIED: Shad Pfifer and Robin Mihills Jason Shear Terry Sheldon Alan Shirrell Joanie Simrell Jason Sinner Moumpheng Siriphong Robert Skalla Thomas Skarbek David Slates Michelle Slocum Steven Smith Timothy Smith Keleigh Snyder Lori Snyder John Sorenson 29 Robin VanLue 30 Lucius Vassar MOST UNUSUAL LAUGH: Dave Slates, James Mom ' s. Ursula Smith Charles Vesei Melinda Villwoch Rachelle Wallace Barbara Walterhouse Jeffrey Wardlaw Steven Ware PRETTIEST HAIR AND SMILE: Aida Torres and Steve Didelot Treviea Washington Ralph Weedon Winnie Weitsen Paul Wells Kathleen Whiting Carol Wilkins 31 Connie Williams Kimberly Williams Shannon Williams Timothy Wilson Melissa Wisdom Don Wise BBB 1 : 7I 1 1 A i f RHHRHHNHH MOST TALENTED: Caroline Mitchell and Steve Kruze Ron Wise Theresa Witkowski Karen Worland 32 Lynn Yob Kristie Young Mama Ziegler Joslyn Allen Billian Austin TO . - - Joe Bartak Melody Brattain Charlie Bridges Cindy Brock Amy Brooks Christina Burdett Tammy Callahan Mike Campbell Right Carl Carrico Jill Cassell David Cook PAGE CREDIT TO: KELLY NELLANS 33 V V It seems as though it was just yesterday 1 Hope Dunifin • ' i) v- vLJT Lisa Gentry Amy reldman Nolly Qrathwohl Susan Fintze Susan Flora Tim Glover Corey Harbaugh Elizabeth Hrycko Leesa Jackson 34 PAGE CREDIT TO: KELLY NELLANS Chrissy Jann Kevin Johnson Steve Kruze Brian LaViolette N Lee Ann Lindenfeld Sherry Lingerfelt Mark Livingston Cindy Lotridge Kelle Luke Pamela McCalebb Tracy Mather j yiruiw lU -UUU Caroline Mitchell Tommy Mollison Tonya Mooney Paul Morgan KELLY MELLANS 35 Margo Reum Terry Schadler Kim Scott Michele Slocum Timothy Smith Ursula Smith John Sorensen Karla Taylor Aida Torrez 36 KELLY NELLANS Ralph Weedon Carol Wilkins Barbi Walterhouse Jeff Wardlaw Connie Williams Terri Witkowshi Kim Williams Tim Kelly Wilson Lynne Yob PAGE CREDIT TO: KELLY NELLANS 37 Mr. Schau introduces the graduating class of 1987. TWO HUNDRED SIXTY-MIME STU- DENTS RECEIVED DIPLOMAS AT GRADUATION EXERCISES, JUNE 4, 1987. FEATURED SPEAKERS WERE SENIORS COREY HARBAUGH, ADAM VASSAR, AND STEVE KRUZE. THE SENIORS ' FAREWELL COM- MAND PERFORMANCE WAS MADE ALL THE MORE MEMORABLE BY THE PERFECT WEATHER, TRADI- TIONAL MUSIC, AND THE HUMOR- OUS AND INSPIRATIONAL MES- SAGES. WE ' LL MISS THEM, EACH AMD EVERY ONE, BUT THEIR TAL- ENTS AND KNOWLEDGE AND PER- SEVERANCE ARE NEEDED BE- YOND THE HALLS OF NILES HIGH SCHOOL. THOSE OF US WHO WILL FOLLOW, GIVE THE CLASS OF 1987 OUR BEST WISHES, AND UN- TIL OUR DAY ARRIVES, WE AGREE THAT " NOTHING BUT HEAVEN CAN TOP THE CLASS OF ' 87. " THE FINAL The Top Ten COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM NILES SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Thursday, June 4, 1987 7:30 p.m. Richard Greene, School Board President, The Reverend Allan Poage gives the salutes the class of 1987. Invocation. 38 DEANA DITTMAR AND AIDA TORRES PERFORMANCE DEAMA, DITTMAR AND AIDA TORRES 39 THE MORNING AFTER 1. " Hey Deana, what happened to your tent? " 2. Breakfast time. 3. This looks like a dead group. 4. Daybreak for seniors. 5. Can ' t wait to chow. 40 DEAMA DITTMAR AND AIDA TORRES SENIOR DIRECTORY ALDRIDGE, KELLY: Pow- der Puff: 10, 11; Intramu- ral Sports: 10, 11; Stage Crew: 11, 12; Junior Achievement: 9; Co-Op: 12. ALLEN, JOSLYN: Track: 9, 10; Basketball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff: 9, 10; Volleyball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Prom Committee: 11; N-Club: 11, 12; Student Government: 11, 12; na- tional Honor Society: 11, 12; Ushers: 10; Open Lunch Comm.: 11; S.A.D.D. 11; Chairman of Grievance Comm.: 11; Class President: 9; Cap- tain of Volleyball and Basketball: 10, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. ANDERSON, KIMBERLY: V1CA: 11, 12; Food Ser- vice: 9, 10, 11, 12; Lead- ership Forum: 11, 12. ANGLIN, MICHELE: Track: 10, 11; Cheerlead- ing: 9; Intramural Sports: 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Committee: 12; Student Of the Month: 11: DECA: 12; Honor Roll 8 semes- ters; HONOR STUDENT. AUSTIN, BILLIAN: Track: 9, 10, 11; Powder Puff: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10; N-Club: 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Coun- cil: 10, 11, 12; Home- coming Committee: 9, 10, 11; Carnival Comm.: 9, 10, 11; Homecoming Float: 9, 10, 11; 3rd Run- ner-up for Homecoming 12; B.S.A.: 9, 10, 11, 12 Pon-pom: 10, 11; DECA 12; Co-Op: 12. BAIR, CORI: Wrestling: 9, Lighting Crew: 9, 10, 11, 12; Stage Crew: 11; Junior Achievement: 10; Co-Op: 12. BARTAK, JOE: Football: 11, 12; Baseball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Golf: 9, 10; Intra- mural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; N-Club: 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 10, 11; Student Government: 11, 12; Homecoming Com- mittee: 10; National Hon- or Society: 11, 12; Home- coming Float: 9, 10; Homecoming Attendant: 9; Class Treasurer: 9, 10; Class Secretary: 11, 12; DECA: 12; DECA Treasur- er: 12; Honor Roll 8 se- mesters; HONOR STU- DENT. BENSON, CURT: Intra- mural Sports: 9, 10, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pit Orchestra: 10, 11, 12; Pep Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 12; Na- tional Honor Society: 11, 12; Quiz Team: 11, 12; Math Club: 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. BICARD, DAVID: Wres- tling: 9, 10, 11, 12: Track: 10; Football: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; N-Club: 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 9, 10, 11; Student Gov- ernment: 11, 12; Student Mayor: 12. BOLTON, IRIS: Volley- ball: 9, 10; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Band: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. BRATTAIN, MELODY: Track 11; Softball: 9; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Band: 9, 10, 11; Stage Band: 12. BRIDGES, CHARLIE: Tennis: 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12 Prom Committee: 11 Student Council: 12 Homecoming Comm. 12; Student Exchange Comm.: 12; Super Fan: 11, 12; President of Latin Club: 12; Honor Roll 6 se- mesters. BROCK, CINDY: Powder Puff: 10, 11, 12; Intramu- ral Sports: 10, 11, 12; Choir 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Home- coming Float 10, 11; Homecoming Float Com- mittee: 11, 12; Junior Achievement: 9; French Club: 11, 12; S.A.D.D.: 11, 12; Pon Pom 12; Youth to Youth: 12; Sec- retary Of S.A.D.D.: 11, Manager J.V. Baseball: 11; Manager Varsity Baseball: 12; Honor Roll 8 semester; HONOR STU- DENT. BROWN, HEIDI: Track: 9, 10, 11; Cross-Country 10; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12 Pit Orchestra: 10, 11, 12 Pep Band: 9, 10, 11 B.S.A.: 12; S.A.D.D.: 12 Pon Pom: 10. BROWN, RON: Football: 9; Golf: 10; V1CA: 12; Co- op: 12. BROWNELL, WENDY: Basketball: 9, 10; Powder Puff: 12; Tennis: 12; In- tramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; VICA: 12; Student Council: 12; Homecom- ing Float: 11; Homecom- ing Attendant: 10; School Newspaper: 12; Honor Roll 8 semester; HONOR STUDENT. BURDETT, CHRISTINA: Yearbook: 10, 11; Junior Achievement: 10. CALLAHAN, TAMMY: In- tramural Sports: 11, 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Co-op: 12; Honor Roll 8 semester; HONOR STUDENT. CAMPBELL, MIKE: Foot- ball: 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 10; Band: 9, 10; Pep Band: 9; Musical: 12; Counterpoints: 11, 12; N- Club: 11, 12; Student Council: 9; Student Gov- ernment: 11, 12; Nation- al Honor Society: 11, 12; Student of the Month: 12; German Club: 10, 11, 12; German Club Secretary: 11; Soccer: 9, 10; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. CARRICO, CARL: Wres- tling: 9, 10, 11, 12; N- Club: 11, 12; National Honor Society: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. CASSEL, JILL: Cheer- leading: 9, 10, 11, 12; In- tramural Sports: 11, 12; Band: 9; Choir: 10; Coun- terpoints: 11, 12; Musi- cal: 10; Prom Commit- tee: 11; N-Club: 12; Student Council: 11, 12; Homecoming commit- tee: 10, 12; Student Ex- change Committee Chairman: 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Carnival Committee: 12; Band Twirlers: 9; Student of the Month: 10; Home- coming Float: 10, 11; S.A.D.D.: 12; Honor Roll 8 semester; HONOR STU- DENT. CHILDS, BRIAN: Foot- ball: 9; Basketball: 9, 10; Baseball: 9, 10, 12; Intra- mural Sports: 10, 11, 12; N-Club: 11, 12; Student Council: 12; Student 41 Government: 12; Nation- al Honor Society: 11, 12; Runner-up for Homecom- ing: 12; Spanish Club: 11; Basketball Manager: 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 se- mester; HOriOR STU- DENT. CLARK, CHRISTY ANN: Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball Announcer: 10, 11, 12; Choir: 9, 10, 11, 12; Musical: 9, 10, 12; N-Club: 10, 11, 12; Stu- dent Council: 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Exchange Committee: 11; Ushers 10, 11, 12; Quiz Team 12; Wrestling Manager: 10, 11, 12; S.A.D.D.: 9, 10. COOK, DAVID: Football: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 10, 11, 12; N- Club: 11, 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12 Student of the Month: 12 Honor Roll 8 semesters HONOR STUDENT. CRAW, ELIZABETH: Pow- der Puff: 9, 10; Tennis: 11; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Junior Achievement: 9; Co-Op: 12; Soccer: 9, 10, 11, 12; Perfect Attendance: 9, 10, 11; Honor Roll 8 se- mesters; HONOR STU- DENT. DALY, MIKE: Golf: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; Prom Committee: 11; N- Club: 12; Student Coun- cil: 12; Homecoming Comm: 12; Honor Roll: 9, 10, 11, 12; Perfect Atten- dance: 12; HONOR STU- DENT. DAYTON, LISA: Basket- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pow- der Puff: 9; Intramural Sports: 9, 10; Choir: 9, 10; Prom Committee: 11; N-Club: 11, 12; Student Council: 10, 11, 12; Stu- dent Govt: 11; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Ushers: 10, 11, 12; Dra- ma Club: 11; Open Lunch Comm: 11; Home- coming Float: 9; Co-op: 12; Honor Roll: 9, 10, 11, 12; All Officers, Capt., Mgrs., Leaders: 9, 10, 12; Student Council: 12; HONOR STUDENT. DELLINGER, RIK TODD: Track: 9, 10; Golf: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11; N-Club: 11, 12; Honor Roll: 9, 10, 12; DIDELOT, STEVE: Wres- tling: 9; Football: 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball: 9, 10; Powder Puff Coach: 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; Prom Com- mittee: 11; N-Club: 11, 12; Student Govt: 11 Homecoming Comm: 12 Homecoming Float: 9 10, 11; Attendants Home coming: 10; Honor Roll 9, 10; Deca: 12; Soccer 12; Perfect Attendance 9;. DITTMAR, DEANA: Pow- der Puff: 9, 10, 11, 12; In- tramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; Tattler Staff: 12; Tattler Editors: 12; Stage Crew: 10, 11, 12; Home- coming Float: 9, 10; 2nd Runner-up for Homecom- ing: 12; Junior Achieve- ment: 10; Honor Roll: 10, 11, 12; Deca: 12; DECA V.P.: 12. DODSON, CHRISTINE: Powder Puff: 12; Intramu- ral Sports: 11, 12; Home- coming Float Comm: 11; Honor Roll: 11. DOEBEL, BRADLEY: In- tramural Sports: 10, 11, 12; Band: 9, 10; Counter Points: 11, 12; Pit Or- chestra: 10; Pep Band: 9, 10; Student Council: 10, 11, 12; Student Govt: 11, 12; National Honor Soci- ety: 11, 12; Student of Month: 12; German Club: 10, 11, 12; Quiz Team: 11; Honor Roll: 9, 10, 11, 12; Treasurer German Club: 11; Project Close- up: 11; City Council Committee: 11; HONOR STUDENT. DOWNEY, PAMELA: In- tramural Sports: 10; Na- tional Honor Society 12; Co-op: 12; Honor Roll: 12; HONOR STUDENT. DOXIE, ALEX GRAYSON: Football: 9; Basketball: 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9; N-Club: 12;. DUNIFIN, HOPE: Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff: 12; Cheerleading: 12; In- tramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; Choir: 10; Coun- terpoints: 11, 12; Music: 10; N-Club: 9, 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Comm: 10; Ushers: 10, 11; Home- coming Float: 10; Black Student Assoc: 10, 12; Honor Roll: 9, 12; Deca: 12; Pon Pom Club: 10, 11. EARL, JEFF: Football: 9, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11; N-Club: 12; EAVES, BECKY: Intramu- ral Sports: 11, 12; Deca: 11, 12. FELDMAN, AMY ANNE: Mixed Choir: 10; Concert Choir: 11; Music: 10, 11; Student Council: 9, 11; Homecoming Comm. 9, 12; Ushers: 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff: 9; Spanish Club: 11. FINTZE, SUSAN: Powder Puff: 9, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pep Band: 11, 12; Prom Committee: 11; Student Council: 10, 11, 12; National Honor Soci- ety: 11, 12; Stage Crew: 9, 10; Open Lunch Comm: 12; Attendants Homecoming: 9; French Club: 11, 12; Honor Roll: 9, 10, 11, 12; S.A.D.D.: 12; Girl ' s Soccer: 9, 11, 12; Treasurer of French Club: 11, 12; HONOR STUDENT. FLORA, SUSAN: Powder Puff: 9; Choir: 9, 10, 11; Counterpoints: 12; Mu- sic: 10, 11; Student Council: 9; Homecoming Comm: 9; National Hon- or Society: 11, 12; Ush- ers: 10, 11, 12; Student of Month: 10; Homecom- ing Float: 9; Spanish Club: 11, 12; Honor Roll: 9, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club Treasurer: 12; HON- OR STUDENT. FRITZ, NATHAN: Foot- ball: 9; Intramural Sports: 11, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11; GABRIEL, CHRIS: Hock- ey Club: 9, 10, 11, 12; Golf: 10; CO-op: 12; GARCIA, DANIEL: Foot- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Base- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intra- mural Sports: 11, 12; Honor Roll: 11, 12; DECA: 11, 12; GENTRY, LISA: Intramu- ral Sports: 10; Concert Choir: 12; Musical: 11; Handbell Choir: 9, 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Float: 9, 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Float Com- mittee: 9, 10, 11, 12; Ju- nior Achievement: 9; DECA: 12: GOERNER, KELLEY: Choir: 9, 10, 11, 12; Musi- cal: 10, 11, 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12 Junior Achievement: 9 Honor Roll: 9, 10, 11, 12 Honors Choir: 11, 12 HONOR STUDENT. GOINS, ROBERT: Bas 42 ketball: 9, 10; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; Lighting Crew: 9, 10; GRANT, JULIE: Track: 10; Intramural Sports: 10, 11, 12; ri-Club: 12; Junior Achievement: 9; Spanish Club: 11, 12; Co- op: 12; Honor Roll 8 se- mester; Soccer Club: 9; HONOR STUDEMT. GRATHWOHL, MOLLY: Tennis: 9, 10, 11, 12; Choir: 9; ri-Club: 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 9, 10; national Honor Soci- ety: 11, 12; Ushers: 10, 11, 12; Keeper of Cords 12; Language Club: 11 Honor Roll 8 semesters Viking Journal Staff; 11, 12; Co-Editor of Viking Journal: 12; HONOR STUDENT. GRECO, STEVE: Student Council: 12; Homecom- ing Comm: 12; Student Exchange Comm.: 12 National Honor Society 11, 12; Carnival Comm. 12; Open Lunch Comm. 12; Junior Achievement 9, 10; Spanish Club: 11 12; Honor Roll: 9, 10 Honor Roll 8 semesters Spanish Club President 12; Math Club Vice-Presi- dent: 11; Junior Achieve- ment: 9, 10; Literary Club: 11, 12; HONOR STUDENT. GREENE, KRISTIN: BAND: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pit Orchestra: 11, 12; Pep Band: 11, 12; Student Council: 9; National Hon- or Society: 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters: Perfect Attendance: 10, 11: HON- OR STUDENT. HARBAUGH, COREY: Track: 12; Football: 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Tennis: 9, 11; Intramural Sports: 9; Band: 9, 10, 11; N-Club: 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 10, 11, 12; Na- tional Honor Society: 11, 12; Honor roll 6 semes- ters; Football Captain: 12; Soccer: 10; HARGREAVES, DAN: Football: 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball 9, 10, 11; N- Club: 12; Student Coun- cil 9, 10, 11, 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Honor roll 8 semesters; football Captain: 12; All- Conference First Team Football: 12; HONOR STUDENT. HARRIS, BELINDA: Track: 11; Intramural Volleyball: 10, 12; BSA: 11, 12. HARRIS, CYDNEY: Band 9, 10, 11, 12; BSA: 12 S.A.D.D.: 12; Honor Roll 9, 10. HEIMBERGER, DEBBIE: Co-Op: 12; Girl ' s Soccer Club: 9, 10, 11; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. HESS, KIMBERLY: Pow- der Puff: 9, 10, 11, 12; In- tramural Volleyball: 10, 11, 12; Choir: 11, 12; Mu- sical: 11; Student of the Month: 10; Homecoming Float: 10; Junior Achievement: 9; French Club: 11, 12; French Club President: 12; Pom- Pon: 12; Girl ' s Soccer Club: 9, 10, 11; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. HILLIGOSS, LEEANN Basketball: 9, 10, 11, 12 Powder Puff: 9; Softball 10, 11, 12; Intramural Volleyball: 9, 10, 11; N- Club: 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 12; Tattler Staff: 10, 11, 12; Tattler Sports Editor: 10, 11, 12; Home- coming Float: 9, 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Float Committee: 9, 10, 11, 12. HOLMES, JOHN: Foot- ball: 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pit orchestra: 11, 12; Pep Band: 9, 10, 11; N-Club: 11, 12; Student of the Month: 12; Varsity Foot- ball Manager: 11, 12. HRYCKO, ELIZABETH: HONOR STUDENT JACKSON, LEESA: Track: 10, 11; Powder Puff: 9; Intramural Sports: 12; Choir: 11, 12; BSA: 10, 11, 12; Pom- Pon: 10, 11, 12. JACOBS, KAREY: Cross Country: 9, 10, 11; Track: 9, Intramural Sports: 12; Band: 9, 10, 11; N-Club: 12; Co-Op: 12. JANKOVIAK, DANIEL: Football: 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball: 10; Powder Puff Coach: 11, 12; Intramu- ral Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; N-Club: 12; Student Council: 11, 12; JANN, CHRISTINE: Cross Country: 10; Intra- mural Volleyball: 10, 11, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Choir: 9, 10, 11, 12; Prom Committee: 11; Homecoming Comm.: 9, 10, 11; Flag Corps: 9, 10, 11, 12; Winter Carnival Comm.: 12; Junior Achievement: 9; Honor Roll 6 semesters; S.A.D.D.: 10, 11, 12; DECA: 11, 12; Pom-Pon: 12; DECA President: 12; Youth to Youth: 12. JOHNSON, KEVIN: Foot- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Bas- ketball: 9; Baseball: 10, 11; Powder Puff Coach: 11; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12: N-Club: 11, 12; Student Council: 10, 11, 12; Student Govern- ment: 11, 12; Homecom- ing committee: 10; Stu- dent Exchange Comm.: 10; National Honor Soci- ety: 11, 12; Homecoming Float Comm.: 9; Youth to Youth: 10; Basketball Mgr.: 10; Honor Roll 8 se- mesters; HONOR STU- DENT. KIRKENDALL, LANCE: Intramural Sports: 11, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pit Orchestra: 12; Pep Band: 11, 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Student of the Month: 12; Stage Band: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. KONOPINSKI, ROBERT: Basketball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 10, 11, 12; National Honor Soci- ety: 11, 12; National Hon- or Society Treasurer: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. KRAFT, DAWN: Equestri- an Team: 12; Homecom- ing Float: 10; Homecom- ing Float Comm.: 10; Co- Op: 11, 12. KRASSOW, KELLI: VICA: 11, 12; Student of the Month: 11; Food Service: 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Leadership Forum: 11. KRUZE, STEVE: Golf: 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; Choir: 9; Counterpoints: 10, 11, 12; Counter- points President: 11, 12; Musical: 9, 10, 11, 12; Leading Roll in Musical: 11, 12; N-Club: 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 11, 12; Student Council Vice President: 12; Student Government: 11, 12; Stu- dent Mayor: 11; National Honor Society: 11, 12 Student of the Month: 11 Homecoming Attendant 11; 1st Runner Up for Football Homecoming, 43 Honor roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. LAUDERDALE, TAMMI: Track: 10, 11; Intramural Sports: 11, 12; Home- coming Comm.: 11; BSA: 9, 10, 11, 12; Fom-Pon: 10, 11, 12. LAVIOLETTE, BRIAN: Football: 10, 11, 12; In- tramural Sports: 10, 12; N-Club : 12; National Honor Society: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. LIMBERT, MIKE: Intra- mural Sports: 9; Band: 9, 10, 11; Pit Orchestra: 9, 10; Pep Band: 9, 10; Stu- dent Government: 11; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Quiz Team: 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semes- ters; HONOR STUDENT. LINDENFELD, LEEANN: Tennis: 9, 10, 11, 12; In- tramural Sports: 10, 11, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pit Orchestra: 11, 12; Prom committee: 11; N- Club: 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 9, 10, 11, 12 Student Government: 12 Homecoming Comm. 11, 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Open Lunch Comm.: 12; Se- nior Class Vice President: Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. LINGERFELT, SHERRY: Intramural Sports: 10; Choir: 9, 10; Counter- points: 11, 12; Musical: 9, 10, 11, 12; National Hon- or Society: 11, 12; Home- coming Float: 10; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. LIVINGSTON, MARK: Wrestling: 9, 10; Foot- ball: 11; Tennis: 9, 10; In- tramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; Band: 9, 10; Pep Band: 9; Prom Commit- tee: 11; N-Club: 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Float Comm.: 9; Soccer: 10, 11, 12; J.V. Soccer Cap- tain: 10. LOTRIDGE, CYNTHIA: Intramural Sports: 9, 10; Choir: 9, 10, 11; Counter- points: 12; Musical: 9, 10, 11, 12; Prom Committee 11; Student Council: 12 Homecoming Comm. 11, 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Home- coming Float and Comm.: 9, 10, 11; S.A.D.D.: 10, 11; Editorial Editor of Viking Journal: 12; Honor Roll 8 semes- ters; HONOR STUDENT. LOVE, ARTHUR: Foot- ball: 10, 11, 12; Intramu- ral Sports: 11, 12; N- Club: 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 10, 11, 12; Stu- dent Government: 11, 12; Open Lunch Comm.: 10; Student of the Month: 10, 11; Soccer: 9, 10: N- Club President: 12; Se- nior Class Treasurer; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. LUKE, ERIN: Powder Puff: 11; Intramural Sports: 9, 11, 12; Stage Crew: 10, 11, 12; Home- coming Float: 10; Junior Achievement: 9; Co-Op: 12. LUKE, KELLE: Tennis: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 12; Choir: 9, 10; Musical: 9; N-Club: 9, 10, 11, 12; Ushers: 10, 11, 12; French Club: 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. MAGRANE, BILL: Basket- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Ten- nis: 9, 10, 11; Intramural Sports: 9; N-Club: 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 9, 10, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STU- DENT. MARAZITA, SCOTT Football: 9, 10, 11, 12 Basketball: 9, 10, 11, 12 Baseball: 9, 10, 11, 12; N- Club: 11, 12; Student Council: 9, 10, 11, 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 se- mesters; HONOR STU- DENT. MARTIN, KELLY: Intra- mural Sports: 10; Stu- dent of the Month: 10 Homecoming Float: 10 Honor Roll 8 semesters HONOR STUDENT. MATHER, TRACY: Pow- der Puff: 9, 12; Intramu- ral Sports: 12; Prom Committee: 11; Student Council: 12; Homecom- ing Comm.: 11, 12; Ush- ers: 11, 12; Homecoming Float: 9; Editor of School Newspaper: 12. McCALEBB, PAMELA: Co-Op: 12. McOMBER, PETE: V1CA: 11; Machine Shop 1: 10; Co-Op: 12. MEYERS, JODIE: Track: 9; N-Club: 12; Homecom- ing Float: 9. MILLIN, JAMES: Foot- ball: 10, 11, 12; VICA: 11. MITCHELL, CAROLINE: Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Con- cert Choir: 9, 12; Coun- terpoints: 10, 11, 12; Mu- sical: 9, 10, 11, 12; Handbell Choir: 12; Na- tional Honor Society: 11, 12; Drama Club: Band Twirler: 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. MITCHELL, AMY: Powder Puff: 10, 11, 12; Intramu- ral Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Float: 10; Co-Op: 12. MOLLISON, TOM: Wres- tling: 9; Intramural Sports: 9; Choir: 11, 12; Musical: 11, 12; Spanish Club: 11, 12; Spanish Club Officer: 11, 12; Stu- dent of the Month: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. MOONEY, TONYA: Cheerleading: 9, 10, 11; Intramural Sports: 11, 12; Choir: 9, 10, 11, 12; Musical: 11, 12; N-Club: 11, 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Home- coming Float: 11; S.A.D.D.: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters: HONOR STUDENT. MORGAN, PAUL: Basket- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; N- Club: 12; Homecoming King 1986; Junior Achievement: 10; BSA: 11; Slam Dunk Champ: 11, 12. MORRIS, JAMES: Wres- tling: 10; Football: 10; In- tramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; VICA: 12; DECA: 12. MORRIS, KARLTON: In- tramural Sports: 10, 11, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pit Orchestra: 12; Pep Band: 10, 11, 12; Nation- al Honor Society: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. MOSIER, CHRISTINA: Choir: 9, 10, 11; Musical: 9, 10, 11, 12; Prom Com- mittee: 12; Homecoming Comm.: 11; Homecom- ing Float and Comm.: 10, 11; Co-Op: 12. NELLANS, KELLY: Pow- der Puff: 9, 10; Intramu- ral Sports: 10, 11; VICA: 12; Homecoming Com- mitee: 9, 10, 11, 12; Car- nival Comm.: 12; Tattler Staff: 12; Homecoming Float and Comm.: 10, 11, 12; S.A.D.D.: 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. PEETERS, VICTORIA: Equestrian Team: 9, 11, 12; Student Council: 9, 12; National Honor Soci- ety: 11, 12; Carnival Comm.: 12; Open Lunch Comm.: 12; German i Club: 11; Honor Roll 8 se- mesters; HONOR STU- DENT. PHILLIPS, DEBBIE: In- tramural Volleyball: 11, 12; Band: 10, 11, 12; Pit Orchestra: 11, 12; Pep Band: 11; Flag Corps: 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Float: 11; Co-Op: 12; Flag Captain: 12. PITCHER, JULIE: Intra- mural Sports: 12; Hand- bell Choir: 10; Co-Op: 12. PODLIN, GREG: Foot- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intra- mural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; N-Club: 12; Student 1 Council: 12; Student Government: 11, 12. POMPEY, PAULA: Track: 9, 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff: 10; Choir: 10; N- Club: 12; Tattler Staff: 11, 12; Homecoming Float Committee: 12; Junior Achievement: 9, 10; Co- Op: 12; Honor Roll 8 se- mesters; HONOR STU- DENT. RAATZ, KRIS: Cross Country: 10, 11, 12; Track: 10, 11, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Choir: 10. Musical: 10, 11, 12; N- Club: 12. RAUSCH, DOYLE: Foot- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Bas- ketball mgr. and trainer: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; N- Club: 10, 11, 12; Student Council: 10, 11, 12; Na- tional Honor Society: 11, 12; National Honor Soci- ety Vice President: 11, 12; Student of the Month: 11; Honor Roll 8 semes- ters; HONOR STUDENT. REESE, TERRY: Intramu ral Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12 Open Lunch Committee 9; Homecoming Float 10; BSA: 10, 11, 12; Co- Op: 12. REID, CANDY: Basket- ball: 10; Choir: 10, 11; Co-Op: 12. REITS, SHERRIE: Viking Journal news editor: 11, 12. SANDS, CARRIE: Soft- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intra- mural Sports: 10, 12; N- Club: 12; Co-Op: 12. SCOTT, KIMBERLY: DECA: 11; Co-Op: 12; Honor Roll 6 semesters. SEALS, CANDY: Powder Puff: 9, 10, 11, 12; Ten- nis: 9, 10, 11, 12; Soft- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Volley- ball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Float and Committee: 9, 10, 11, 12; N-Club: 9, 10, 11, 12. SHEAR, JASON: Hockey Club: 9, 10, 11, 12; Golf: 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10; Homecom- ing Float: 9, 10; Super Fan Adicts: 9, 10, 11, 12; Co-Op: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STU- DENT. SHIRRELL, ALAN: Wres- tling: 9, 10, 12; Football: 9, 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 10, 11, 12; N- Club: 12. SINNER, JASON: VICA: 11, 12; Co-Op: 12. SKARBEK, THOMAS: Football: 9, 10, 11, 12; In- tramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; N-Club: 11, 12; Homecoming Commit- tee: 9, 10; Homecoming Float Comm.: 9, 10; Bas- ketball Manager: 9; Hon- or Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. SLATES, DAVE: Track: 12; Football: 9, 10, 11, 12; Basketball: 9; Powder puff Coach: 11, 12; Intra- mural Sports: 10, 11, 12; N-Club; 11, 12; Student Government: 12; Soccer: 9, 10; Viking Journal Sports Editor: 12. SLOCUM, MICHELE: Powder Puff: 9; Intramu- ral Sports: 10; Choir: 9, 10, 11, 12; Counter- points: 10, 11, 12; Musi- cal: 9, 10, 11, 12; Hand- bell Choir: 9, 10; Prom Committee: 11; Student Council: 9, 10; National Honor Society: 11, 12 Student of the Month: 10 Homecoming Float: 9 Choir Council Vice Presi- dent: 11, 12. SMITH, TIM: Football: 9; Basketball: 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball: 9, 10, 11, 12; N- Club: 12. SMITH, URSULA: Basket- ball: 9; Powder Puff: 9, 10, 11, 12; Volleyball: 9, 10, 11, 12; N-Club: 12; Student Council: 9, 10, 11, 12; Carnival Commit- tee: 12; Homecoming Float Comm.: 9, 10, 11, 12; S.A.D.D.: 11, 12; Vice President of S.A.D.D.: 11; President of S.A.D.D.: 12. SNYDER, LOR1: Tennis: 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10; N-Club: 12 Open Lunch Committee 11; Wrestling Mgr.: 11 Student Ambassador to Oliver Twist: 12. STICKLER, MICHELLE: S.A.D.D.: 12. STRNAD, MICHELLE Cross Country: 9; Track 9; Equestrian Team: 9 Intramural Sports: 12 Band: 9, 10; Homecom ing Float Comm.: 10 S.A.D.D.: 12. TAYLOR, LANA: Busi- ness Manager of Viking Journal: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STU- DENT. TEEPLE, KATHLEEN: Powder Puff: 9; Intramu- ral Sports: 9; Counter- points: 11, 12; Musical: 11, 12; Prom Committee: 10, 11; Student Council: 10, 11; Homecoming Comm.: 10, 12; Student Exchange Comm.: 10; National Honor Society; 11, 12; Ushers: 10, 11, 12; Student of the Month: 10; Honor Roll 8 semes- ters; HONOR STUDENT. THARP, SHILO: Wres- tling: 10, 11, 12; Eques- trian Team: 11, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12. THOMAS, JAY: VICA: 11, 12; N-Club: 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer: 9, 10, 11, 12; CO- OP: 12. TORRES, AIDA: Powder Puff: 11, 12; Intramural sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; Stu- dent Council: 11, 12; Homecoming Commit- tee: 12; National Honor Society: 12; Tattler Staff: 12; Tattler Editor: 12 Student of the Month: 12 Homecoming Queen 1986; Wrestling Mgr.: 12 Youth to Youth: 12 S.A.D.D.: 11, 12 S.A.D.D.: Secretary 12 S.A.D.D. Treasurer: 11 Viking Journal Editor: 12 Honor Roll 8 semesters HONOR STUDENT. TRYTKO, ERIC: Football: 11, 12; VICA: 12; N-Club: 11, 12; Junior Achieve- ment: 9; VANLUE, JEFFERY: In- tramural Sports: 12; Na- tional Honor Society: 12; Perfect Attendance: 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STU- DENT. VASSAR, ADAM: Basket- 45 ball: 9, 10; Baseball: 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 11, 12; N-Club: 11, 12; Student Council: 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Government: 12; nation- al Honor Society: 11, 12; Student of the Month: 9, 10; BSA: 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. VESEI, CHUCK: Intramu- ral Sports: Band: 9, 10; Pep Band: 10; Student Council: 11; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Quiz Team: 10, 11, 12; Quiz Team Captain: 11, 12; Literacy Club: Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. VILLWOCK, MELINDA: Co-Op: 12. WALLACE, RACHELLE Powder Puff: 9, 11, 12 Ushers: 10, 11, 12 Homecoming Float: 9, 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 Semesters; HONOR STU- DENT. WALTERHOUSE, BAR- BIE: Track: 9, 11, 12; Vol- leyball: 9; N-Club: 12 Homecoming Float: 9 Honor Roll 8 semesters HONOR STUDENT. WARDLAW, JEFF: Na- tional Honor Society: 11, 12 National Honor Soci- ety President: 12; Stu- dent of the Month: 9, 10; Soccer: 9, 10, 11; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. WEEDON, RALPH: Varsi- ty Soccer: 12 WEITSEN, WINNIE: Pow- der Puff: 9, 12; Intramu- ral Sports: 9, 10, 12; Prom Committee: 11; Student Council: 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Comm.: 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Ushers: 10, 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. WELLS, PAUL: Cross Country: 10; Track: 9, 10, 12; Co-Op: 12. WILSON, TIM: Intramural Sports: 10, 12; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; Pit Orchestra: 10, 11, 12; Pep Band: 9, 10, 11, 12; N-Club: 9, 10, 11, 12; 3rd Runner Up for Homecoming; Soccer: 9, 10, 11, 12; Soccer Cap- tain: 12. WILLIAMS, KIM: Tattler Staff: 10, 11, 12; Junior Achievement: 9, 10; Vi- king Journal Staff: 12. WILLIAMS, SHANNON: Football: 9, 10, 11, 12; Baseball: 9, 10; Intramu- ral Sports: 10, 11, 12; Band: 9; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. WITKOWSKI, THERESA Track: 9, 10; Basketball 9; Powder Puff: 9, 10, 11 12; Tennis: 10, 11, 12 Volleyball: 9, 10, 11, 12 Choir: 9, 10, 11; Musical 11; Prom Committee: 11 N-Club: 11, 12; Student Council: 9, 10, 11, 12; Student Government: 12; National Honor Society: 11, 12; Tattler Staff: 11, 12; Open Lunch Comm.: 11, 12; Homecoming Float: 9; Homecoming At- tendant: 11; Class Vice President: 10, 11; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. WISDOM, MELISSA: In- tramural Sports: 10; Band: 9, 10, 11, 12. WORLAND, KAREN: Pow- der Puff: 9; Cheerleading: 10, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 11; Choir: 9, 10, 11, 12; Counterpoints: 12; Musical: 9, 10, 11, 12; Leading Roll in Musical: 12; Prom Comm.: 10; N- Club: 11, 12; Student Council: 9; National Hon- or Society: 11, 12; Home- coming Float: 9. 10, 11. YOB, LYNN: S.A.D.D.: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HONOR STUDENT. ZIEGLER, MARNA: Cheerleading: 9, 11, 12; Intramural Sports: 9, 10, 11, 12; N-Club: 11, 12; Student Council: 12; Na- tional Honor Society: 11, 12; Homecoming Float: 11; Basketball Home- coming Attendant: 9; 1st Runner Up Homecoming: 12; Co-Op: 12; Honor Roll 8 semesters; HON- OR STUDENT. JUST WANTED TO SAY BYE AND THAT 1 LOVE YOU ALL! LOVE. 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Amy Hathcoat Tyler Havens Shawnette Haynes CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE 63 James Hebner Brian Heide Steve Herder Jesse Hernandez Charles Heston Diane Hilligoss Tim Hocevar Courtney Holt Richie Hopper Tamara Hornberger Jamie Hunerjager Mike Hunt Kim Hurlbutt David Ickes Kellie Jackson Heidi Johnson Maria Jones Linda Jorgensen Mike Kalling James Kelly Don Kent Lisa Keyes Sheila Kimbrell Jacqueline King 64 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE Billie Kirtdoll Johnna Kish Stephanie Klann Heather Ware Jennifer Klose Michelle Mute Ty Krieger Robert Kring Amy Krueger Kathy Kubisiak Brian Kuemin Tim Kutz Lori Lahti Derek Laporte Regina Lauderdale Jack Laymon Doug Leonard Tori Leonard Marci Lewandowski Chantel Lightner Jennifer Lillie Christina Linde Theresa Linde Sharon Lindquist kki f igji CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE 65 Todd Lotridge Darla Lotsbaich Chris Low Kim Low Heather Luke Tracie Lundy Kristi Malooley Corey Marks April Marlin Vikie Mason Michelle Mathias Jennifer McCormick Jill McCreedy Mark McCusker James Mclntyre Carolyn McKnight Angelecque McLaughlin Torrence McMorris Julie Meile Mike Merritt Allen Metzger Elisa Mihills Maurice Miller Phillip Miller 66 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE TTfS Jennifer Mitchell Melissa Moore Preston Moore Edgar Morris Mike Morris April Mroz Sherrie Murphy Dale Myer Penny Myers Todd Nichols Chris Mietch Jeff O Conner Greg Ort Debbie Palmer Deanna Paolasso Laura Paquette Tracy Paquette Fontae Parchman Mike Parks Shannon Pelley Brandy Pentei Shea Perkins Chris Peterson Joan Peterson CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE 67 Steve Peterson Kim Phelps Beverly Pierce Betsy Pletcher Donna Poage Missi Powers Mike Preston Dennis Price Scott Purcell Scott Purucker Paula Raatz Cheryl Radabaugh Robin Rampoldt Molly Ratkay Mike Rauch Tom Reed Marcus Reynolds Travis Reynolds Greg Rhodes Everett Richmond Kevin Robinson Lorimer Rodriguez John Rolan Paige Rotzien .1 68 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE u if Jeff Kudlaff Mike Salisbury Shannon Saltsman Mike Sands Scott Saunders Bob Saxton Stephanie Sayer Ryan Schau David Schell Jennifer Schrader Matthew Sedam Tina Sheldon Karen Shilling Carrie Shufelt Mike Simpson Scott Sirovica Eddie Sitar Cathy Skarbek Kathy Sly Alex Smith Rodney Smith Ryan Smith Stacey Smith Ray Sommers CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE 69 Steve Spadafora Andy Squint Barbara Stanzyk Mike Stewart Charlotte Stohrer Stephen Su Joe Suddon Ted Swanson Mike Sweet John Syson Sherry Taube John Taylor Bruce Teeple Andy Thatcher Spring Thole Mike Thomas Qwendarla Thompson Tara Toll Lucy Torrez Jon Underly Bill Updike Jenifer Vales Lisa Vandygriff John Vandyke 70 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE Susan Vanorman Scott Wardlaw Erica Webber Kristy Webber Vanessa Webber Ann Welch Dana West Jamie White Angela Whittaker Mike Wiest Donald Willey Brian Williams Carrie Williams Christina Williams Jon Williams TwK i 7 litt Ronald Williams Kelly Wilson Julie Winquist Jon Wiseman Kimberly Wogatzke Shawn Wolfe Rick Wolkens Bill Wozniak Paul Wright CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE 71 Patricia Yaw Laurie Zablocki Frank Zavitz WMSMOKJAM LORI LEIGH MYERS JULY 18, 1970 AUG 25. 1986 My heart was very heavy, as 1 looked up at the sky. and I asked the age old question, Dear God, please tell me why? Why did you take our Lori, whose life had just begun? He answered, it was time for her, and will come for everyone. We cannot keep our loved ones, on that you must depend — They are not ours forver, they are only here on lend. Here she is safe from wordly ills, She ' ll never know any pain. And if you will believe in me, you all shall meet again — For you must all accept it, Believe me when 1 say. Just remember her, and love her, and she ' ll never go away. Aunt Olga Pictures of the following students were not received by the TATTLER: Floyd Borsodi Josephine Brown Lawrence Burger Jannet Burtzlaff William Cole Kelly Cross Steve Davidson Latanga Davis Shawn Davis Dana Dukes Josephine Fields Robert Flohr David Garrett Robert Hackney Robert Hamel Sean Haynes Mike Heskett Andrew Johnson Paulette Johnson Jason Keck Charles Kemp Jennifer Mailing Tara Mazella William McAllister Eric Moses Richard Mroz Christopher Meedham Claude Purdiman Marcy Riggs Tamara Riggs Jennifer Roberts Tonya Robinson Lisa Ryder Donna Schmidt Bryon Scoggin Peggy Smith Brian Voorhees William Welch Johnnie White Diane Wiggins Eugene Williams Franklin Williams Grant Willis Clint Woods Bobby Worvey 72 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KIOSE F J ME CLASS 19901 73 Angela Adams Stacy Adams Darlene Akers Randall Akers Davetta Akins r f r r Richard Alford Barbara Alsup Jeanie Altergott Roney Anderson Lynn Andrews Misty Anglin Samantha Anglin Erin Antrim Cheri Antiila Timothy Axline William Babbs Jack Bahbah Steve Baigorria Steven Baker Denise Balog Jonathan Barnes Michele Barrett Angela Bata Donald Bays 74 STACIE SCHUYLER Keith Beaudoin James Becker Steven Bennett Christine Black Zaira Bias Christy Bond Rhonda Boose Jonathan Borowski Laura Bowker Joann Bowman Kam Bragdon Dennis Brandon Kerry Brassie David Brawley Erin Brewster Donald Britton Edward Brown Robert Brown Rebecca Brudi Sherrie Buchanan Robert Burch Timothy Burdue Keri Burtzlaff Mellody Bybee STACIE SCHUYLER 75 Kirk Byler Camell Campbell Tony Cannady Daniel Carey Brenda Carter John Casto James Chamberlin Judith Chapman Robert Childs Cynthia Chute Ann Clancy Matthew Clancy Angela Clements William Coffee Michelle Colcord Tonya Cole Karen Collins Bryan Collmer Shannon Conley Aaron Cordell Michael Cosey Corey Cottrell Christopher Coultas Nichole Courser Jody Cowe Charles Craig Ryan Crocker Sharon Curtis Tami Dalenberg James Daniels 1 ' ; Ai 76 STAC1E SCHUYLER Rick Daniels Cindy Darnell Jayson Daus Anthony Davis Stacie Dawson Iris Deleon Chrissy Denson Heather Depree Susan Devall John Dohm Michael Dombrowski David Dominguez Lisa Donley Lanny Duffel Patrick Dunifin Brandon Dutton Karla Eaves Dennis Erhardt Stacy Euans Shannon Evans Nicole Everett Gary Exum Shanda Ezell Shanda Farmer Jaime Fedeli Samantha Fedullo Tracey Fein Kimberly Feirick Charles Ferguson Jonathon Fietzek PAGE CRED IT TO: STACIE SCHUYLER 77 Melisa Fisher Kristen Forbes David Frantz Rebecca Frantz Terri Freeze Tyler Gabriel Kevin Garrard Mark Gaynor Jerry Glaser Sean Gleason Willian Goerner Scott Gourlay Timothy Graham Trisha Graham Monica Grant Nicole Grant Rebecca Grayson Karla Greco Banita Gregory Todd Grinnell Joe Grishaber William Groote Kyle Gundersen Alexander Gutierrez Tf ■ r ii 1 ' S went 78 STACIE SCHUYLER FhTWI Jody Haas Qalainc Hackey Christinie Halasi Rodney Hall Ryan Hall Chris Ham Bradley Harbaugh Deirdre Hardy Marcus Hatcher Samantha Havener Dennis Hawke Cory Hayden Todd Hayden Kathryn Hayes Steven Hayes Monica Haynes Jonathan Hedman Jennifer Hefner Todd Heimler Juanita Hernandez Steve Hess Cassy Hill Anita Hinman Elizabeth Hodgman Michael Hogan Kristie Hojara Michelle Holmes Raymond Holmes Brenda Holt Gary ' Hoshen STACIE SCHUYLER 79 Chris Houk Jeff Huffman Scott Hullinger Nicole Humphries Travis Hundt Jennifer Hunt Thomas Huss Felicia Jackson Michael Jackson Tara Jackson Danielle Jacobs David Jacobs Christie James Jennifer Jesse Candi Johnson Michael Johnson OC Johnson Rosa Johnson Angie Jordan Paul Kemp Christal Kennedy Phillip Kennedy Rebbecca Kirsch Elizabeth Kish Matt Kizer Scott Kline Kam Klute Chelie Knapp Eric Knott Traci Kole rmim ' 80 STACIE SCHUYLER Renee Krassow Daniel Krempetz James Krueger Julie Kucharski Michael Laesch Michael Lamirand Dawn Landrum Terry Lane Pamala Laporte Ploella Lappan Jody Laws Billie Leak Michael Leavitt John Lechenet Terry Lechlitner Kevin Leddin Bryan Lee Karen Lee Kenneth Lee Qretchen Lewandowski Heidi Ligtenberg Paul Lindenfeld Troy Lindsley Angela Lintz STACIE SCHUYLER 81 Corrie Listenberger Kerry Livingston Karen Lowe Scott Lyon Karolyn Makielski Kevin Makielski Jessica Mann Maria Martin Cynthia Mather Daniel Mathias Dawn McCain Mark McCusker Melissa McFadden James Mcllory Belinda McMichael Tonyetta McMiller Bernard McNab Laura McComber JJ Merimonti John Merrit Dennis Michael Chris Middlebrook Jeffery Miller Shelly Millington Chad Mills Julie Miswick Jennifer Mitchell Misty Mitchell Tonja Molica Kathrine Monjeau 82 STACIE SCHUYLER Jenny Mo rris Robert Morris Scott Morris Kellie Morrow David Moses Tracey Mumaw Kelly Murphy Audra Murray John nance Rebecca riemeth Silvetta Mewcombe Kelly nieb Julie Ort Frincella Outlaw Sondra Pack Angela Parchman Demetriest Parchman Michael Payne Shannon Payne Dorothy Peace Betty Pearson Julie Peppers Bradley Phillips Christine Phillips David Phillips Qloria Phillips Qina Pickens Trevor Pinkston Theodore Potts Erik Poulin STACIE SCHUYLER 83 Tracy Prichett Paul Przybylinski Doug Purucker Alex Quick Efigenio Ramos Kellie Rauch Steven Ray Kathleen Redman Paula Reed Jason Reid Kristal Rhodes Randy Richmond ft Lauri Robbins Kerri Roberts Archie Robinson Corey Rodgers Luc Rogiers Danelle Rolfe Rebecca Rosenthal Michael Ruelle Michele Rush Qrisel Sanchez Mark Saxton David Schiele 84 STAC1E SCHUYLER Fredrick Schmidt Randolph Scott Christopher Searfoss Christina Secor Ronny Shafer Tony Sheeley Rachelle Shefsick Gregory Shelby Troy Sheldon Tricia Shibinski Janice Shirrell Edgar Sisk Erica Sisk Jason Sisk Michael Six Jennifer Skalski Jennifer Smith Julian Smith Michele Smith Robert Smith Camiela Smoot David Sowers Joyce Stainer Ann Stanley Ryan Stevenson Tim Stilwell Sharon Stokes Grace Su Teresa Swartz Vicki Syson STACIE SCHUYLER 85 Greg Taylor Chris Teeple Don Temple Tammy Tetirick Andrew Thackray Chuck Thurston Kim Thurston Denise Tomkiewicz Lisa Tomkiewicz Christina Tramontana Michael Trepanier Margaret Truesdell Sherry Turney Matthew Tyler Larry Udell Britt Vanderboegh Lisa Vandurmen David Van Lue Timothy Villwock David Vinnedge Jerry Vogler David Vollman Jerry Wagley Christopher Walter 86 STAC1E SCHUYLER Troy Watson Lori Weaver Dwight Weimer Robert Welling Michelle Wetzel Paul White Julie Whitehead Paul Wilken Bridgette Williams Chris Williams Deion Williams Melinda Williams Rachael Williams Sonja Willis David Willson Michelle Winslow Eugene Wishner Jana Woodard Brad Woods Robert Yeager M Larry Yob Brett Yonker Kevin Young Ed Zablocki Jennifer Zablocki k Ji. ' k Danielle Zaher Kim Frasz STACIE SCHUYLER 87 LOOK BACK OH 88 OUR TIMES TOGETHER 89 TONIGHT CELEBRATE MY LOVE FOR YOU prom 37 Tonight I Celebrate My Love For You was the theme for the Junior-Senior Prom. Held on May 2nd at the Century Center in South Bend, the colors were Blue and Silver. 1. Prom King and From Queen. David Slates and Amy Mitchell. 2. Our famous Five are among these handsome thinkers. 3. We ' re ready to dance the night away. 4. Tim Smith and Stacie Schuyler make a perfect couple. 5. Steve Kruze shows everybody how to strut. 6. Chrissy ' s smile tells us something about her date. 7. A friendly group. 90 C1MDY WELCH Mr- J±, L SMBHMHi Dressing up for the night, eating at fancy, expensive restaurants, laughing with friends, dancing the night away, and being with that special loved one is what Prom is all about. Like my dress? Say Cheese. Paul Morgan and Alex Doxie Show a little class. Couples made for each other. We ' re so close. Stephanie Francis. John Taylor, Karla Taylor, and her date pause to pose. Garter taking time. TONIGHT I CELEBRATE MY LOVE FOfc YOU CINDY WELCH 91 IN TEN YEARS Corey Harbauqh; " In ten years I will be fishing with Tido for great white sharks somewhere off the Australian coast. I will have completed my doctorate and replaced Jacques Cous- teau as the world ' s foremost authority on marine life. I will have houses in London and Se- attle and spend my winters in Clearwater Beach, Florida, playing basketball with the Boy s Club. Most of my time will be happily spent playing with my immortal dog Clive. Kim Scott; " In ten years I hope to be married, have two chil- dren, and be working as a book keeper. I plan to work only part time, because I would want to spend as much time as possi- ble with my family and friends. I also hope to be living in Miles, because it is where I grew up, where my family and friends are located, and because it is a nice small community. Ursula Smith; " In ten years I hope to have my masters de- gree in elementary education, working five days a week, with every summer off. I also hope to have a beach house in Cali- fornia, with my husband and first child. And during those ten years I will be living it up, and cruisin ' around the U.S. in my corvette. Enjoying life. Tammy Callahan: " In ten years I hope to be settled in a suc- cessful art career, either on my own or with a company, be mar- ried to the guy of my dreams and own a Quarter Horse farm in the country, where I ' ll train and show Quarter Horses. Lee Ann Lindenfeld: " In ten years 1 hope to be a physician with a medical practice either in Colorado or here in Miles. I would like to get married and have kids, too. If I get hit with a malpractice suit, Susie Fintze and I can always start up a heavy metal rock band. All my friends and I will spend our win- ters together taking cruises and trying to escape the Boy ' s Club. I ' m sure there will be many changes in the next ten years, but no matter what I do with my life, I can only ask for happi- ness, success, and a loving family and friends. Tom Pinard: " In ten years I hope to be awake and alert. I hope to have enough money to be happy and to acquire the things I need. I hope to have a job that I enjoy. Preferably, a job that helps others to be- come happier. I will try to have enough spare time in my life to relax and spend time with my friends. I will try to make every- one I come into contact with a little happier. In ten years I hope to have acquired enough love and friendships to be hap- py, because these are two of the most important factors of life. Susie Fintze: " In ten years I ' m sure I will be very happy. I will have graduated from Michigan State University with a masters degree in psychology and will be very successful in whatever job I have. I will probably have been married for a couple of years or so and will be getting ready to have a family. I will be living in a large house in a mod- erate town with my husband, four dogs, two cats, a parakeet and Lee Ann Lindenfeld. 92 CINDY WELCH COOPERATIVE OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION Amy Mitchell smiles while she works at Old Kent Bank. Eric Brown likes to show off his name tag at Tyler Linville Chevrolett. At Old Kent Bank Mama Ziegler works hard. Part of Cori Bairsjob at Kmart Automotive is playing in the grease. Lucille Murphy happily packs bags at Shelton ' s. 6. Becky Craw taking it easy at Old Kent Bank. 7. Robin Van Luc amid the displays at the Peacock. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION ' SCHOOL (-. (, , to , ' The Community ts our Classroom " CINDY WELCH 93 THE 1987 TATTLER WOULD LIKE TO THANK MR. SHIELDS FOR ALL THE HARD WORK AND DEDICATION HE HAS PUT INTO THE TATTLER. MR. SHIELDS HAS BEEN THE YEARBOOK ADVISOR LOR FIVE YEARS AMD HAS PUT OUT SOME GREAT YEARBOOKS! ' •J! THANKS 94 AGAIN MR. Sr 1987 TATTLER ELDS!! STAFF €2 In SMWTF 1! J F J 95 CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION Left to Right: nancy Nimtz, Executive Director of Ciriculum; Robert Wright, Executive Director of Business Finance; John Huffman, Superinten- dent; Douglas Law, Administrative Assistant. Carol Christopher — Personnel Supervisor Sharron Qrahl — Supervisor of Media Com- William Kennedy — Supervisor of Special Edu- munications cation 96 KIM WILLIAMS BOARD OF EDUCATION Richard Green President Mrs. Andrea J. Sidmore Vice President k 1 1 m- rJI II J 1 1 " Mrs. Eleanor D. Fisher Secretary Todd K. Tyler Treasurer Robert L. Cook Trustee Mrs. Marlynn Lindenfeld Trustee Peter W. Smith Trustee 97 Mr. Al Schau. Principal hi A D M M T A T V Mr. Roger Hargreaves, Assistant Principal and Athletic Director T A F F Mr. Tom Crocker, Assistant Principal Mr. Lennie Smith, Coordinator of Student Affairs 98 COUNSELING STAFF Bruce Stewart Moble Lewallen Emily Foster Carla Brown CO-OP COORDINATORS I Leon Miemberger Barbara Cook Robert Bryant 99 PAGE CREDIT TO: KIM WILLIAMS ENGLISH Theresa Bassett: Linguistics Patricia Cary: English 10, Oral Interpretations Raymond Comeau: English 10 and 11, Skills for Living David Earn English 9 Joan Fair: English 11 Vickie Quentert: Linguistics Aid 100 Richard Ham: English 11 and 12 Molly Holdship: English 11 Ed Kelly: English 11, Lit Comp and 12, Journalism David Marks: Lit Comp nO PICTURE AVAILABLE Leatrice Marks: English 10 Sandy Pagna: English 9 and 10 Charles Shields: English 10, Yearbook Lois Strand: English 9 TECHNICAL EDUCATION Lee Beauchamp: Vocational Building Trades NO PICTURE AVAILABLE Leo Bischoff: Vocational Auto Dennis Dryden: Vocational Electronics Shop Electronics l-ll Richard Ladonski: Metal Plas- tics, Electrical Science • Willis Dunham: Mechanical Drawing, Arch Drawing I Lou Milley: Vocational Graphics l-IL Basic Industrial Arts 101 M A r r Julie Byrnes: Consumer Math, Algebra IS Jeanette Choate: Geometry, Algebra IS Rohbert Grayson: Consumer Math, Alge- bra IS, Geometry 8841!TO riorman Guentert: Math Analysis, Alge- Cori Herrman: Basic Geometry. General Phyllis Kane: Algebra II, Algebra IS bra I, Algebra II Math Greg Leweke: Geometry, General Math 102 KIM WILLIAMS Richard Sager: Computer Lit, Algebra I norm Zona: Algebra IV, Algebra I f Jeneen Conway: U.S. History Harriet Hauser: Social Studies Morbert Hauser: Political Science. Citizen- ship, Civics Bruce Miller: Citizenship. Economics, Political Science William Mitchell: U.S. History Patricia Poerchman: Social Studies, U.S. Histo- ry o r A I T U D r Joseph Szahas: Social Studies Charles Wheeler: U.S. History Jack Young: Social Studies KIM WILLIAMS 103 SCIENCE Ernie BecKer: Biology Fred Connelley: Biology, 9th David Crouch: Psychology, An- John Cybulshis: Science 9; Science, General Chemistry atamy Modem Physics Jack Mell: Skills for Living, Intro Richard Muessig: 9th Grade Sci- William Pendley: 9th Grade Sci- Gary Weiser: Honors Chemis- Biology. Seminar Ecology ence ence try. General Chemistry V Douglas Langmeyer: Intro Biol- ogy, 9th Grade Science 104 KIM WILLIAMS SPECIAL EDUCATION Mary Kushner: Mathematics. Science Language Arts Joan McCullough: Science, Health Steve Pischako: Social Studies Karl Sharkey: Mathematics, Voc English Mary Working: Language Arts PHYSICAL EDUCATION Karen Bartlett: Individual Sports, Rhythmic Movements Dean Adams: General Physical Education, Team Sports William Magrane: Team Sports, Athletic Conditioning Dan Wright: Health KIM WILLIAMS 105 B U S n Nadim Bibi: Accounting, Business Law Mgt. Robert Bryant: Business Law and Man- Richard Flora: Intermediate Typing, Typ- Advanced Accounting agement ing I Linda McPlitt: Recordkeep- Pat Van Dalsen: Record- Sheryl Vaughn: General Re- ing keeping tailing, General Business Barbara Keitzer: Typing I CONSUMER HOME ECONOMICS SuzAnne Beckley-Fletcher: Nutrition, Vocation- al Food Production 106 Lois Haines: Certified Para-professional Linda McMitt: Parent Relations, Child Develop- ment, Personal Living » Huiti " urxl I Sherry Barnes: Spanish IV, Spanish II, Linda Gugliotta: French I, French III-1V. Elizabeth Hudson: Qerman I. German Spanish 111 French II German lll-IV A N G U A Ed Mihelich: Latin I. Latin II Pat Van Dalsen: Span- ish I FINE ARTS William Mamberger: Hand Bell Richard Heemer: JV Band, Varsity Michael lsabell: Basic Art, Drawing Charles Meuninck: Drawing I, Choir, Mixed Choir, Concert Choir, Band II, Ceramics I Color Design Counterpoints Kenneth Working: Stage Band, Varsity Band KIM WILLIAMS 107 SECRETARIES Mrs. Gerry Baker Mrs. faith Coda Mrs. Gail Deibler Mrs. Michele Dreitzler Mrs. Rhonda Fletcher Mrs. Patricia Mipshear Mrs. Karen Pellow Miss Frances Young 108 109 COOKS, MONITORS. AND CUSTODIANS " WHERE ARE YOU GOING? " " ARE YOU HUNGRY? " " HELP KEEP THIS PLACE CLEAN. " (SOUND LIKE HOME?) John March: Hall Monitor Qenaro Velez: Custodian Celestino Echabarria: Custodian • • . • i v.- ' - I Tommie Prichett: Hall Monitor L to R — Front: Lois Crumet, Jean Fletcher, Beatrice Holloway. Mary Coleman. Food Service Supervisor, Donna Sinner. L to R — Back: Doris Davis, Lois Asmus, Marian Kessler, Carol Taylor, Candi Vacanti, Julie Brown, Kristy Quick, Nita Hipshier. Rita Hibinger. 110 KIM WILLIAMS IN SCHOOL SUSPENSION SUPERVISORS Joe Zdziebko: ISS Darlene Wright: ISS LIBRARIANS From L to K — Mrs. nancy Brawley, Mrs. Emily Egan, Mrs. Anita Devendorf, and Scott Marazita PAGE CREDIT TO: KIM WILLIAMS 111 112 PQ CREDITED TO LEEANN MILLIQOSS 113 N I I S V A R r Y r O O r 3 A t -, -— , ' 1st row: Art Love, Dan Hargreaves. Dan Brawley. Scott Marazita. Jeff Earl, Dave Slates. Todd ham. Joe Bartak, Mark Bell, P.J. Mead, Tubby Nichols. Brett Karasek. 2nd row: Tom Buti. Shannon Williams. Rick Barr. Alan Shirrell, Dave Bicard, James Millin. Chad Zavitz. Mike Vorters, Qreg Podlin, Kevin Johnson. Tim Qlover, Scott Grayson, Ron Wise. 3rd row: Pat Muessig, Steve Mahar. Steve Smith, Tim Tunnel, Don Wise, Shad Pfifer, norm Moody, Steve Didelot, Dave McCoy, Jeff Freeze, Blake Bauer, Jeff Lee. 4th row: Doyle Raush, Dave Mattiford, Dan Jankoviak, Mike Mangus, Jack Elsey, Eric Sirmoms. Terry Williams, John Wallace, Tom Skarbek, Jerid Ostrom, Corey Harbaugh, Mike Campbell. 5th row: Coaches Dick Ham, Bill Shoumake. Steve Pischalko, mgrs., Eric Trycko, Brian Lavolette. Dave Cook. Coach Scott Millin, Head Coach Dave Davisson. - 1 J - 1 K9 4mm i ' " flfl :5WS KM 45 E %» Wfl Fj k£ Ba CkdHM James Millin, ffcacf rey Har- ba Ujll " nt ro Dan H Icav ta, Dave BBk _ L- The 1986-87 Varsity Football team consisted of thir- ty two seniors, eleven juniors, and one sophomore. Even though the 3-6 season record doesn ' t say much, we had some positive outcome at the end of the year. Dan Hargreaves, Qreg Podlin, and James Millin were selected to the All-Conference first team, while many other fighting Vikes were named to the All-Conference second team and honorable mention team. Dan Hargreaves led the team with seven TD ' s, while converting for 718 yards on 129 carries and had the most tackles on defense. Dave Slates had more inter- ceptions than any other Viking, while Corey Harbaugh brought in fifteen receptions for 243 yards and three touchdowns. 114 CREDITED TO LEEAMN HILLIQOSS OFFENSE Scott Marazita: Q.B. Dave Bicard: center Pat Muessig: strong guard Shad Phifer: quick tackle DEFENSE Steve Didelot: noseguard Tubby Nichols: right tackle Tom Skarbek: defensive end Shannon Williams: longhalf 116 OFFENSE AMD DEFENSE Dan Hargreaves taleback, monster Rick Barr: fullback, linebacker. Dave Slates: wingback, corner. Greg Podlin: guard, linebacker. Jim Millin: tackle, tackle. Corey Harbaugh: end, end. Dan Jankoviak: safety, splitend. 117 Back row: mgr. Jenny Parker, Jill Greene. Jenifer Vales, Julie Magrane, Coach Arnold, Chris Westphal, Lisa Dayton, mgr. Dolly Raster. Front row: Emily Borowski, Jennifer Klose, Josie Allen, LeeAnn Hilligoss, Kellie Jackson, Charlotte Stohrer. ■■MHK ■ | m . -..y.y W m ' ' W - i J The 1986-87 Varsity Girls Bas- ketball team fin- ished the season with a 14-6 record. The lady Vikes were pulled to- gether by first year coach Jim Arnold. This year ' s se- nior co-captains were LeeAnn Hilli- goss and Josie Al- len. The leading scorer and re- bounder was sophomore Jill Greene. Greene was selected to the Big 8 All-Confer- ence 2nd team, while Hilligoss, Al- len, and Julie Ma- grane were named to the All-Conference Honorable Mention team. Congratulations, ladies! 1. Another view of the team. 2. Mixed feelings at half time. M ' ' r- H Mm±l mmM mmT ' - ' ' nH m -Am m WiMi 118 ,} b JA CKSON 20HILLIG0SS 2 KLOSE 30 MALOOLEY 1? S X H °RER J{ .DAYTON 50 MAGRANE 52 VALES 54 WESPHAL The Vikings 2-1-2 zone. 1. Jill Greene. 2. Coach Arnold and his Viking bench. 119 II Wp i i|B Ky i J 22V 7 ?3fi rA M Bl k 3 A C J ill Coach Arnold discussing another winning plan. The Viking offense. Julie Magrane and Lisa Dayton. Jenifer Vales up for two. 120 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Kneeling, L to R: Diana Purucker. Jennifer Klose. Tricia Chapman. Sandy Stone, Josie Allen, Amy Wilson, Candy Seals. Standing: Coach Conway, Michelle Johnson, Chris Westphal. Julie Magrane. Terri Witkowski. Ursula Smith, mgr. Debbie Palmer. The 1986-87 Varsity Volleyball team, coached by Mrs. Conway, ended the season with a 12-14 re- cord. The co-captains were Josie Allen and Ursula Smith. Candy Seals led the team in serves, while Smith and Diana Purucker had the most spikes. Leading setter was Sandy Stone. Coach Conway said, " It was a great group of athletes to work with. Together, we made our season a learning experience with lots of fun too. Senior co-captains: Josie Allen, Left, and Ursula Smith. 122 LEEANN MILL1QOSS SEMIORS: Candy Seals, Ursula Smith, Josie Allen, Terri Witkowski. 1. Candy Seals. 2. Josie Allen. 3. Sandy Stone and Terri Witkowski. LEEANN MILLIQOSS 123 MEN AT MILE HIGH The 1986-87 Varsity basketball team had the best record Niles has had in 65 years. The senior dominat- ed team finished an excellent season with 22-2 re- cord. Senior Alex Doxie was named to the All-State 1st team, and Senior Paul Morgan was named 2nd team All-State. Earning All-State Honorable Mention were Seniors Bill Magrane and Dan Hargreaves. These four seniors were all selected to the All-Conference team, and Junior Scott Crocker was given Honorable Mention. Doxie was named to the Chanel 41 All-Star team. Morgan was chosen MVP by Chanel 41 in the Miles-Battle Creek Central game. Making the All-Dis- tricts team were Doxie, Morgan, and Senior Tim Smith. Senior Alex Doxie led the Vikes in scoring for two consecutive years. Paul Morgan was the key man in rebounding, while Dan Hargreaves gave the most as- sists, and Bill Magrane collected the most blocks and steals for the season. This year ' s Vikes won the Big 8 Conference, were the district champions, and made it to the champion- ship game of regionals, losing to Battle Creek Central in a tedious quadruple overtime contest. " This sea- son ' s ending is hard for me to take, ' ' declared Coach Magrane, " Mot only because of our loss to B.C., but this team is my son and his friends. It ' s hard to say good-bye. " W 124 PQ CREDITED TO LEEANN HILLIGOSS PQ. CREDIT TO LEEANM HILLIQOSS 125 Bill Magrane. 126 Doyle Rausch doing his HI-DEE-MO. Tim Smith. LEEANN HILL1GOSS 127 Steve Francis says, " Wait Chris, I can ' t see. 128 PC CREDITED TO LEEAPiN HILLIQOSS Allstate Alex Doxie. Don t clrop him. 129 HUES WRESTLERS ' m M ' - i ti tkj Cslf V W Ok- • I- _ jr» jib- THE JUNIOR VARSITY AND VARSITY WRESTLING TEAMS. Eront Row (L-R): Beth Pierce, Alex Quick, Jerry Wagley, Tyrone Saxton, John Taylor, Wayne Harris, Chris Johnson, Mike Mangus, Shilo Tharp, Carl Carrico, Andy Moore, Dave Mattiford, Dave Bicard, Jeff Lee, Norman Moody, Violet Lawrence, Bekki Till; 2nd Row: Jennifer Lillie, Todd Bridges, Dave Phillips, Mark Saxton, James Becker, Dave Dominquez, John Casto, Mike Sweet, Rich Mills, Brent Fuller, Mark McCusker, Pat Dunifin, Brian Kuemin, Kelley Crabtree, David McCoy, James Mclntyre; 3rd Row: Coach Dan Moore, Spring Thole, Brett Karaqsek, alan Shirrel, Buddy Fair, Jack Laymon, Jodhy Qrishaber, Carl G athwrightk Rob Hackney, Richie Hopper, Steve Herden, Ida Torres, Lisa See, Shannon Green, Lori Lahti and Coach Shoumake. The 1986-87 wrestling team had two wres- tlers named to the All-Conference team. Andy Moore and Tyrone Saxton. Dave Matti- ford was the Viking with the best record, with being defeated only twice. 130 HUES CROSS COUNTRY Kneeling, L to R: Dave Jacobs, Matt Childs, B.J. Harbaugh, Dave Couch, Bruce Teeple, Todd Cashbaugh, Mike Daly. Standing: Coach Leweke, Paula Ratz, Kris Ratz, Michelle Johnson, Derek Middleton, Dave Solcum, D.D. Doxie, Ward LaDuke, Chuck Daly. The 1986-87 Boys Cross Country team end- ed the year with a 8-3 record and 4th place in the conference. The girls closed the sea- son with a 5-6 record and 6th place in the conference. Miles had 2 boys named to the All-Confer- ence 2nd team, Mike Ellis and Dave Couch. Dave ran in regionals, came in 13th place for a medal, was named to the All-Regional team and qualified for state. Michelle Johnson. Mike Ellis. . ■■ LEEAMN HILLIQOSS 131 VARSITY BASEBALL front row: Rod Smith, Dan Brawley. Dave Griffee, Joe Bartak. dreg Ort. Tim Qlover. Scott Marazita. Rich Mills, mgr. Sarah Gibson, bach row: Steve Smith, mgr. Chris Jann, Coach Wright, Tim Sinner. Scott Crocker. Adam Vassar. Tim Smith. Jeff Carrico. John Wallace, mgr. Cindy Brock. The 1986-87 Varsity baseball team fin- ished the season with a 15-8 record. The Vikes were made up of six seniors, six jun- iors, and three sophomores. It was a good season, said Coach Dan Wright, even though we lost some games we should have won. We II miss the seniors, but I ' m looking forward to next year. " 132 1. Dan Brawley. 2. Homerun king Scott Crocker. 3. Senior pitcher Tim Glover. 4. SENIORS: Dave Qriffee, Joe Bartak, Adam Vassar, Tim Smith, Tim Glover. Scott Marazita. CREDITED TO LEEANN HILLIGOSS 133 Front row L to R: Candy Seals, Diana Purucker, Diana Schmidt, Jennifer Klose, Missy Powers, LeeAnn Hilligoss, Emily Borowski, Tricia Chapman. Back row L to R: Ann Clancy, Carrie Sands, Mikki Courser, Jenifer Vales, Coach Byrnes, Erin Gillespie. Jill Qreene, Kellie Jackson, VARSITY SOFTBALL ' SI | I. . ' A- • • ■ ' • ' X- F - v- ' . ' .m. ' - • ' .. ' . ' X - . ' • l-»- r-»- t - ' ■ — ' ' ' » « ' . W ' ' r » ! ' ' -- ' a ' ' » • v • ' Coach Julie Byrnes The 1986-87 varsity Softball team finished the season with a 11-15 record under first year Coach Julie Byrnes. Jennifer Klose and Candy Seals led the team in hitting. Both Klose and Seals were selected to the Big 8 All-Conference team while Emily Borowski was named honorable mention. 134 CREDITED TO LEEANN HILLIGOSS Carrie Sands. Candy Seals. LeeAnn Hilligoss. 135 GIRLS TRACK ft tWM f ■ M fc j n OFSBflW I ' ■■ First Row: Paula Raatz, Kris Raatz, Angie Coleman, Tami Fry, Sahar Abdullah, Cheri Anttila, Rachelle Shefsick. Second Row: Coach Richard Sager, Michelle Johnaon, Regina Lauderdale, Paulette Johnson, Julie Magrane, Robin Ruelle, Sherrie Murphy, Heidi Ligtenberg, nichole Clemmer, Coach Dino Jackson If we consider only the wins, the girls track season would be disappointing. However, with only one graduating senior, the outlook is good for a vastly im- proved team in the upcoming seasons. I would like to thank the girls for their hard work toward improving the team and their individual efforts during the season. " Coach Richard Sager Coaches Sager and Jackson 136 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE BOYS VARSITY TRACK % Branden Groat, flying high. Mike Simpson, running home. The 1987 boys track team finished a fine sea- son under head coach Qreg Leweke. " It was a regrouping year for me, " said Coach Leweke. " We didn ' t have many se- niors. We should have a better season next year. " LETS GO MILES! Trent Brann, " I ' m going to win! una to wir 0311 I CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE 137 BOYS SOCCER First Row: Ryan Crocker, Eddie Sitar, Mark Burger, Mike Stewart, Ryan Smith, Ryan Stevenson, Tyler Havens, Chris Teeple, Luc Rogiers, Andy Squint. Second Row: Bob Antos, Jeff Thompson, Grant Stevenson, Chris Rogiers, Jay Wardlaw, Mike Bess, Jori Lahtonen, Dean Morton. Third Row: Coach Madim Bibi, Mark Livingston, Sean Oates, Ralph Weedon, Ed Urban, Brett Henderson, Jay Thomas, Rick McCartney, Tim Wilson. " I was a little disappointed with the team. I expected to have more wins than losses, but they performed well when it counted — beat- ing Loy Norrix and Battle Creek Central in the District Playoffs. I ' m looking forward to improve this year ' s record 6-14-1 overall and 3-12 in conference, as next year promises to be a good season with the majority of the team coming back. " Coach riadim Bibi 138 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE BOYS TENNIS First Row: Rob Qrathwohl, Bob Saxton, John Hunt, Ed Urban. Second Row: Greg Qaynor, Mark Qaynor, Luc Rogiers, Coach Chuck Luke, Grant Stevenson, Chris Rogiers, Jeff Huffman The future looks bright for the Viking Tennis Team, as not one of the starters graduated with the class of 1987. Our record was close to 50%, with our only losses to the state contender in our conference. The players coming back give this team a real shot at being a contender for the conference title next year and the year to come. " Coach Chuck Luke JEriniFER KLOSE 139 GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS Front row: mgr. Rob Qrathwohl. Wendy Brownell, Patty O Riely, Molly Qrathwohl, LeeAnn Lindenfeld. Kathy Crawford. Terri Witkowski, Becky Brudi, Back row: Coach Conway, Carry Livingston, Carry Brassie, Heather Luke, Lori Snyder, Mgr. Jeff Huffman, Kelle Luke, Candy Seals. Front row: LeeAnn Lindenfeld, Kelle Luke, Candy Seals. Back row: Molly Qrathwohl, Lori Snyder, Terri Wit- kowski, Wendy Brownell. CREDITED TO 140 LEEANN HILLIQOSS 1 singles: Molly Qrathwohl. 1 singles: Terri Witkowski. 1 doubles: Candy Seals and Kelle Luke. " 2 doubles: LeeAnn Lindenfeld and Kathy Crawford. 141 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL " 1 S ; -affl ?3olb ' r» l ' tfj £ ' J .1II r fi H£I JL 1 ;« Front row: Todd Bridges. Tom Reed, Scott Zavitz. Jim Hebner, Scott Sanders, Arron Coffel, Brent Fuller, Dennis Price. 2nd row: Elmer Blakemore, Travis Beck, Jeff Raudlaff, Kelly Crabtree, Chuck Heston, Steve Peterson, Mike Baker, 3rd row: Brian Heidi, Chris Peterson, Bart Cheney, Mike Morris, Shaune " BEEF " Everette, Scott Sirovica, Brian Keumin, Mike Railing. 4th row: Coach Cybulskis. Mike Sweet, Brian Williams, Mike Sands, Jeff O ' Connor, Mike Salsbury, Steve Davis, Jesse Hernandez, mgr. Brian Voohese. mgr. John, Coach Durm. The 1986-87 JV Football team fought hard all season, but their record doesn ' t show it. Coach Cybulskis is in his first year as JV coach and did a good job. Congratulations to the JV Football team, and good luck next year. 142 LEEANN HILLIGOSS INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL 1. Faculty vs. Varsity Rejects. 2. Willie Roscoe jumps for the ball as John Rolan and referee Dan Margreaves watch in the back. 3. Is Mr. Smith looking for the bench. 4. Mr. Magrane shoots over Brian Childs. 143 JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL 9 $ n Kneeling, L to R: Mgr. Kim Murlbutt, Sarah Abdullah, Missi Powers, Erin Qillispie, Jenny Morris, Faulette Johnson, Doni Dunifin. Standing: Coach Sager, Sherry Murphy, Angi Parchman, Tiffany Crayton, Shelly Conner, Kathy Skarbek, Kristi Malooley. Dick Sager coached his first Miles JV Girls Basketball team through a 16-3 season. Freshman Angie Parchman led the scoring with 175 points for the Junior Vikes. Sopho- more Sherry Murphy led in both rebounds and steals, pulling down 121 and taking the ball 52 times from our opponents. 144 LEEANN MILLIQOSS HUES GOLFERS Kneeling, L to R: Chris Neitch, Alex Smith. Bob Saxton. Mike Weest. Shane Bybee. Standing: Kevin Robinson, Steve Kruze, Jason Shear, Rih Dellinger, Mike Daly, Mark Qaynor, Coach Qunder. The 1986-87 golf team, coached by Greg Qunder, had a regrouping year, after losing their whole varsity team to graduation. Coa- ch Qunder says. It wasn ' t as good as last year ' s team, but we will have a team like them soon, and I ' m looking forward to next year. ' ' Congratulations on a good year. { LEEANN M1LLIQOSS 145 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Sitting: Jeff O ' Connor. Elmer Blakemore, Rod Dellinger, Greg Ort. Rod Smith, Todd Ham. Standing: mgr. LeeAnn Hilligoss, Eric Sirmons, Todd Lotridge. Lorimer Rodriguez, Rod Wright, Scott Didelot, Mike Parks, mgr. Rick Freeman, Coach Smith. The Junior Varsity boys basketball team had a fine season. They finished with a 11-9 record. The junior Vikes took home with them the trophy from the Holiday tourna- ment. " We lost some games that we should have won. if we would have played together, we could have pulled them out, but I ' m proud of the young players, ' ' said Coach Smith. " I think they all gave 100%. That ' s all I could ask for. I really enjoyed this season and I ' m looking forward to next year, " said JV Coach Smith. 146 LEEAMN HILLIGOSS f«tff( Lorimer Rodriguez. Todd Ham. The tip-off. 147 J.V. VOLLEYBALL Aft ft An A fl A r f First Row: Ann Clancy, Stacie Dawson, Julie Ort, Jenny Morris, Kim Frasz, Cheri Anttila, Julie Miswick. Second Row: Manager, Heather Searfoss, Qretchen Lewandowski, Karla Greco, Cheryl Radabaugh, Sahar Abdullah, Amy Mathcoat, Charlotte Stohrer, Jenifer Vales, Coach Julie Byrnes The J.V. team had a successful year, finishing second in the Big 8 conference. The sophomores provided the team leadership, while the frosh gained experience as the season progressed. Coach Julie Byrnes ■1«i w l. 148 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE XV, BASEBALL First Row: Paul Williams, Shane Bays, Camell Campbell, Rick Freeman, Brian Heide, Mike Ruelle. Second Row: Manager, Heather Depree, Dave Vanlue, Tim Burdue, Jeff O ' Connor, Scott Qourlay, Manager Jenny Mitchell. Third Row: Coach Richard VanDalsen, Tom Reed, Jon Borowski, Andrew Thackray, Dale Myer, J.J. Merimonti, and Manager Alex Quick. The 1987 J.V. baseball team was a very young but enthusiastic team consisting of 13 freshman and 5 sophomores. Throughout the year they improved and finished with an 11 and 9 record. The future looks bright for Niles baseball with these hard work- ing, dedicated young men. Camell Campbell led the team in 20 runs scored and 17 bases stolen, fie also made some outstanding catches and defensive throws. Rick Freeman was our leading hitter with a .429 average, fie also led the team in extra base hits with 6 doubles and 2 triples. Other good hitters include Brian fleide, Paul Wilken and Tom Reed. Jon Borowski and Steve Ray also showed signs of being good hitters, hitting .364 and .385 respectively. Tom Reed led the pitching staff with a 5 and 2 record. Jon Borowski was the other main starter. Jon had the best strike-out to walk ratio. Being only a freshman, he shows a lot of potential. We look forward to having a great season next year. " Coach Richard VanDalsen CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE 149 FRESHMAN SPORTS 150 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL rJtiSSfrft w M M y: 19 1st row: Shaune Przybylinski, Paul Wilkins, Chris Ham, James Becker, Steve Ray, Camell Campbell, Kelly Murphy, Mike Ruelle. 2nd row: mgr. Becker. Chris Mouk, Jerry Wagley, John Casto, Bobby Wagner, Paul Lindenfeld, Mike Revet, Corey Fietzek, Kenny Lee. 3rd row: Todd Mayden, Tim Burdue, Deon Williams, Bob Brown, Steve Hays, Julian Smith, Jammie Fedli. 4th row: mgr. Matt Tyler, J.J. Merimonti, Keith Babbs. Eric Polin, James McRoyd, Ben McNab. Pat Dunifin, Coach Becker, Coach Sharkey. The 1986-87 Freshmen football team, coached by Ernie Becker, ended a great sea- son with a 6-3 record. According to Coach Becker, all the players were outstanding. Camell Campbell led the team in offense with the most yards and most touchdowns, while on defense it was Pat Dunifin with most tackles, and Julian Smith with the most sacks. Coach Becker said. This was a fun season. They were good kids to work with. " PQ. CREDIT TO LEEANN MILL1QOSS 151 FRESHMAN GIRLS BASKETBALL 1st row: mgr. Tracie Pritchett, Gelaine Hackney, Carrie Burtzlaff, Tracy Fein, Bridget Willaims, Cheri Antila, Camelia Smoot. 2nd row: Ms. Pritchett, Tracey Dalenberg, Janice Shirrell, Ann Clancey, Qretchen Lewandowski, Carla Qraco, Julie Ort, Coach Langmeyer. This year ' s girls basketball team finished a good sea- son with an 8-4 record, under first year coach Doug Lang- meyer. Ann Clancy led the team in scoring and rebound- ing. " I enjoyed this season tremendously, ' ' said Coach Langmeyer. " It was a lot of work, yet I was fortunate enough to get a great bunch of girls who made the sea- son a lot of fun. " 152 PQ. CREDITED TO LEEANN MILLIQOSS FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL Front row: Mike Ruelle, Carnell Campbell. Chris Ham, David Brawley. Chris Houk, Tony Kennedy. Brad Harbaugh. Back row: Mgr. Ted Potts, Steve Ray, Terry Lane, Jon Borowski, Mr. Arnold, Kenny Lee, Demetrius Parchmen, Rod Hall, Den-en Morris. The 1986-87 freshman boys basketball team finished the year with a 10-9 record under six year Coach Arnold. Leading the team in scoring was Rod Hall. B.J. Harbaugh was the leading rebound man and gave the most assists. The best defense performance was given by Carnell Campbell. Coach Ar- nold: This group of kids was great to work with. They have improved since the begin- ning of the season, and some will be playing on the junior varsity and varsity teams in the seasons to come. " PG CREDITED TO LEEANN HILLIQOSS 153 CHKRIEADING 154 LEEANN H1LLIQOSS VARSITY CHEERLEADING Top: Elizabeth Hrycko. Mama Zeigler. Tina Carter. Standing: Jill Cassel. Hope Dunifin. Nicole Clemmer, Heather Rasler. Sitting: Karen Worland. LEEANN HILLIQOSS 155 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEER- LEADING Back row: Teena Evangelisti, Missy Flick. Kathy Worland. Middle row: Tara Toll, Paula Morgan. Tracy Lundy. Front row: Shelly Flick. Missing from photo: Melanie Ellis. 156 h 1 The JV Cheerleaders in action. 2. Cheerleaders like to wave to mom and dad and boyfriends. Front row: Besty Modgman and Rosa Johnson. 2nd row: Jody Stainer, Sonja Willis and Shanda Farmer. 3rd row: Jeannie Altergott, Susan Devall. and Danielle Jacobs. On To Moscow! 157 158 JV rOOTBALL HOLLAND 6 PORTAGE CENTRAL KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 14 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 30 BENTON HARBOR 7 ST. JOSEPH KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 40 PORTAGE NORTHERN 6 DOWAGIAC SOCCER 5 STURGIS 6 FIRST ASSEME KALAMAZOO ' 1 LAKESHORE ST. JOSEPH 3 BUCHANAN KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 1 PORTAGE NORTHERN 1 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 1 PORTAGE CENTRAL 1 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 2 LAKESHORE 4 FIRST ASSEMBLY HMta 1 ST. JOSEPH 1 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX PORTAGE CENTRAL PORTAGE NORTHERN 5 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 2 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 3 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 18 26 22 28 28 18 38 FRESflMAn FOOTBALL 33 HOLLAND £■■ ' , 12 PORTAGE CENTRAL 30 6 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 8 22 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 22 BENTON HARBOR 6 12 ST. JOSEPH 28 34 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 6 49 PORTAGE NORTHERN 24 34 DOWAGIAC 6 5 3 3 4 3 2 4 3 10 2 2 2 2 4 3 1 5 GIRLS CROSS COUriTR COLOMA 24 PORTAGE NORTHERN 16 ST. JOSEPH 24 PORTAGE CENTRAL 23 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 15 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 20 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 30 BENTON HARBOR 50 BUCHANAN 50 BERRIEN SPRINGS 50 DOWAGIAC 30 BOYS CROSS COUIiTRY 16 COLOMA 43 36 PORAGE NORTHERN 21 33 ST. JOSEPH 22 22 PORTAGE CENTRAL 33 30 KALAMAZOO LOY NOTR1X 25 20 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 43 26 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 16 BENTON HARBOR 47 15 BERRIEN SPRINGS 49 22 BUCHANAN 37 18 DOWAGIAC 39 GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL 57 BRANDYWINE 42 57 BUCHANAN 51 26 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 59 46 PORTAGE CENTRAL 39 51 PORTAGE NORTHERN 43 30 BENTON HARBOR 49 BERRIEN SPRINGS 24 32 ST. JOSEPH 36 57 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 33 51 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 42 53 DOWAGIAC 21 37 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 51 42 PORTAGE CENTRAL 24 34 PORTAGE NORTHERN 31 33 BENTON HARBOR 61 44 ST. JOSEPH 31 35 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 34 57 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 22 50 SOUTH BEND ADAMS 32 JV GIRLS BASKETBALL 31 BRANDYWINE 29 BUCHANAN 45 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 73 PORTAGE CENTRAL 53 PORTAGE NORTHERN 52 BENTON HARBOR 33 BERRIEN SPRINGS 41 ST. JOSEPH 58 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 59 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 30 DOWAGIAC B 46 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 41 PORTAGE CENTRAL 41 PORTAGE NORTHERN 45 BENTON HARBOR 41 ST. JOSEPH 33 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 23 54 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 25 34 SOUTH BEND ADAMS 29 FRESHMAri GIRLS BASKETBALL 34 PORTAGE CENTRAL 7 33 PORTAGE NORTHERN 14 26 BENTON HARBOR 45 12 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 20 30 ST. JOSEPH 29 37 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 10 24 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 17 30 PORTAGE CENTRAL 16 25 PORTAGE NORTHERN 14 17 BENTON HARBOR 39 10 ST. JOSEPH 11 28 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 12 GIRLS VARSITY TEMniS 4 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 1 STURGIS 6 PORTAGE CENTRAL 7 BENTON HARBOR PORTAGE NORTHERN 3 ST. JOSEPH 5 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 3 V1CKSBURG KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 13 27 41 12 36 JV BASE 58 13 13 DOWAGIAC 31 10 BRANDYWINE 35 7 ST. JOSEPH 48 5 KALAMAZOO LOY NOR 15 2 PORTAGE NORTHERN 56 3 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 8 11 BENTON HARBOR 14 4 PORTAGE CENTRAL 51 11 ST. JOSEPH WRESTLim 75 WHITE PIGEON 27 LAKESHORE 39 66 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 9 65 SOUTH BEND ADAMS 2 66 BENTON HARBOR 8 36 ST. JOSEPH 30 62 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 9 22 PORTAGE NORTHERN 42 43 DOWAGIAC 21 41 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 27 20 PORTAGE CENTRAL 45 50 BRANDYWINE 15 3 19 6 6 1 4 1 14 2 13 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 2 13 COLOMA 4 PORTAGE NORTHERJ1 7 3 SOUTH BEND ST. JOE 8 BENTON HARBOR 9 15 SOUTH HAVEN L VARSITY BASKET 69 BRANDYWINE 65 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL ;is PORTAGE CENTRAL 70 PORTAGE NORTHERN 89 SOUTH HAVEN 72 ST. JOSEPH 67 BENTON HARBOI 83 ST. JOSEPH 72 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 83 KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX 77 KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 69 PORTAQE CENTRAL 76 PORTAQE NORTHERN 76 MUSKEGON CATHOLIC 70 ST. JOSEPH 72 BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 58 TRAVERSE CJTY 77 DOWAGIAC Ik 7 1 KALAMAZOO LOY Nfl 78 BENTON HARBOR ERESNMAn HOYS BASKETBALL 1DYW1NE VARSITY SOFTBALL BRAN STURGIS KALAMAZOO CENTRAL PORTAGE CENTRAL PORTAGE NORTHERN BENTON HARBOR ST. JOSEPH SOUTH BEND ST. JOB KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX KALAMAZOO CENTRAL PORTAGE CENTRAL EAU CLAIRE PORTAGE NORTHERN ST. JOSEPH EAU CLAJRE BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL DOWAGAIC V, . KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX BENTON HARBOR 40 4 41 nil i 28 62 36 47 40 61 47 V 72 I rN 43 51 58 3 11 16 8 12 2 6 21 5 14 20 5 4 18 25 20 12 2 f k JV BOYS BASKETBALL I 64 40 49 45 60 45 71 42 66 67 I 54 74 52 BRANDYWINE EAU CLAIRE ST. JOSEPH SOUTH BEND CLAY KALAMAZOO LOY NORRJX PORTAGE NORTHERN SOUTH BEND RIELY KALAMAZOO CENTRAL BENTON HARBOR PORTAGE CENTRAL ST. JOSEPH BATTLE CREEK CENT COLOMA PORTAGE NORTHERN DOWAGAIC BENTON HARBOR BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL SOUTH HAVEN PORTAGE CENT BRANDYWINE KALAMAZOO CENTRAL PORTAGE CENTRAL PORTAGE NORTHERN SOUTH HAVEN ST. JOSEPH 44 BENTON HARBOR 57 ST. JOSEPH, 54 BATTLE CR EK CENTRAL KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX KALAMAZOO CENTRAL PORTAG CENTRAL PORTAGE NORTHERN MUSKAGON CATHOLIC ST. JOSEPH jtm BATTLE CREEK CENTI TRAVERSE CITY DOWAGIAC KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX BENTON HARBOR DOWAGIAC BRANDYWINE SOUTH BEND ADAMS ST. JOSEPH KALAMAZOO LOY NORRIX PORTAGE NORTHERN KALAMAZOO CENTRAL BENTON HARBOR PORTAGE CENTRAL ST. JOSEPH BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL COLOMA PORTAGE NORTHERN SOUTH BEND Sit JOtW BENTON HARBOR BATTLE CREEK CEN OUTH HAVE! JV VOLLEYBALL ' U SOUTH BEND ' CLAS WESTERN CLASSIC BUCHANAN KALAMAZOO CENTRAL STURGIS .M ST. OE LOY-rtORRIX B. HARBOR (X P. NORTHERN MARSHALL RELAY3 I ' OKTAOE CENTRAL B.C. CENTRAL NORTHWEST RELAYS RKGIONALS CONFERENCE MEt ROTARY DOWAGIAC KALAMAZOO BOppANAN KALAMAZOO CENTRAL EDWARDSBURG PORTAGF, CENTRA! LMC INv! COLOMA BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL EDWARDSBl RG PORTAGE . ' NORTHERN EDWARDSBURG SJ. JOSEPH BRANDYWINE BENTON HARBOR BERRIEN SPRINQS SENIORS IN ALL SPORTS WtottMM nnNarjg 161 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front row — L to R: Terri Witkowshi, Mike Campbell, Karen Worland, Joe Bartak, Elizabeth Hyrko, Brad Doebel, Lisa Dayton, Mama Ziegler, Cindy Lotridge, Caroyn Mitchell, Emily Borowski, LeeAnn Lindenfeld, Kelly Luke, Second row — L to R: Doyle Raush, Kevin Johnson, Carl Carrico, Jill Cassel, Kristin Qreene, Aida Torress, Sue Flora, Tonya Mooney, Molly Qrathwohl, Winnie Weitsen, Rick Mccartney, Kelly nellans, Karlton McMorris, Mike Limbert, Becky Craw, Pam Downey, Third row — L to R: Vickie Peeteers, Dan Hargreaves. Brian Childs, Chuck Veisi, Scott Marazita, Curt Benson, Cindy Brock, Kim Hess, Fourth row — L to R: JeffVanLue, Jeff Wardlaw, Brian Laviolette, Steve Greco, Adam Vassar, Rob Konopinski 162 Officers: Jeff Wardlaw, Doyal Raush, Adam Vassar, Rob Konopinski, Molly Qrathwohl ? S S $ ?$$ %+ ■ -aSTjtlP ojy _ V C „-2k V „ £ c£ ' AC 3 vCV v C v c JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTEES First row — L to R: Michelle Johnson, Terri Rife. Julie Magrane, Missy Flick, Second row — L to R: Becky Bicard, Traci Peacock, Jennifer rtietch. Chris Rogiers, Patrick Muessiq, Third row — L to R: Scott Zieter, Mike Bess, Sandy Stone, Ward LaDuke, Qibb Brown, Fourth row — L to R: Ian Day. Abby Brown, Jeff Freeze, Jack Elsey 163 BLACK STUDENT ASSOCIATION Front row — L to R: Billian Austin, Hope Dunifin, Belinda Harris, Leesa Jackson, Steve Francis, Nicole Clemmer, Heidi Brown, Cidney Harris Second row — L to R: Carol Wilkin, Paula Morgan, Terry Williams, Angie Coleman, Kevin Hatcher, Adam Vasar, Willie Roscoe, Fontae Parchman Third row — L to R: Stacy Hackney, Sahar Abdullah, Trent Brann, Trevia Washington, Marci Taylor, Stephanie Francis, Paulette Johnson, Kim Dixon, Theresa Witherspoon, Davida Patter- son, Sherrie Murphy, Mr. Smith DECA CLUB Front Row — L to R: Steve Didelot, Joe Bartak, Michelle Johnson. Mrs. Vaughn. Deana Dittmar, Chrissy Jann, Steve Brock, Second row — L to R: Doug Shaffer. Becky Eaves. Mike Vorters. Fran Moore, Hope Dunifin, Sherrie Frye, Maria Hernandez, Michelle Anglin, Billian Austin, Lisa Gentry, Bridget Johnson, Karey Peacock, Jenny Patterson 164 PAULA DOMPEY Students Against Drunk Driving Front row. L to R: Kelly Mellans. Carrie Cooper, Bob Saxton, Ursula Smith. Aida Torres, Chrissy Jann, Jerry Harroff, Second row, L to R: Bridged Johnson, Melony Ellis, Tracey Lundy, Tonya Mooney, Cindy Brock, Karla Taylor, LeeAnn Hilligoss, Shelly Connor, Rob Qrathwohl, Jennifer Vales, Third row, L to R: Michelle Wetzel, JoAnn Bowman, Kristy Malooly, Tiffany Crayton, Erin Gillespie, Amy flathcoat, Angelecqu McClaughlin, Maria Daly, Susie Fintz, Brad Harbaugh, Heidi Brown, Fourth row, L to R: Mike Six, Michelle Strand, Jennifer Klose. Heather Luke, Ruth Kenton, Lynn Yob, Michelle Stickler, Jeff VanLue, Lisa See, Fifth row, L to R: Julian Smith, Cindy Chute, Michelle Rush, Lori Weaver, Angie Clemmens, Vicky Bensley, Lisa Keys, Deanna Paolasso, Chantel Lightner, Diana Poage, Kathy Sly, Sixth row, L to R: Jill McCreedy, Theresa Adams, Emily Borowski, Tricia Chapman, Tori Leonard, Sareh Hall, Mike Ellis Front row, L to R: President — Ursula Smith, Vice-President — Bob Saxton, Back row, L to R: Secretary — Aida Torres, Treasurer — Kelly Mellans, Treasurer — Carrie Cooper, Public relations — Chrissy Jann, Public rela- tions — Jerry Harroff The aftermath of the car-smash fund raiser PAULA POMPEY 165 N LUB Front row, L to R: Kevin Johnson, Joe Bartak, Terri Witkowski, Ron Wise, D.D. Doxie, Doyle Rausch, Art Love, Lori Snyder, Mike Daly, Mama Ziegler, Karen Worland, Corey Harbaugh, Scott Marazita, Second Row, L to R: Dave Slates, Dan Jankoviak, Lisa Dayton, Kerry Brassie, Becky Brudi, Carrie Livingston, Debbie Palmer, Andy Squint, Emily Borrowski, Tricia Chapman, Alex Doxie, LeeAnn Hilligoss, Julie Magrane, Third row, L to R: Don Wise, Alan Shirrell, Kelly Jackson, Jenny Vales, Charlotte Stohrer, Kathy Crawford, Kris Raatz, Todd Cashbaugh, Mike Wiest, Bill Updike, B.J. Harbaugh, Jill Greene, Fourth row, L to R: Jerid Ostrum, Billian Austin, Mope Dunifin, Paul Morgan, Eddie Sitar, Tyler Havens, Ryan Smith, Alex Smith, Ward LaDuke, Tonya Mooney, Chuck Daly, Todd Ham, Fifth row, L to R: Becky Rosenthal, Erica Webber, Michelle Johnson, Brian Childs, Adam Vassar, Rick McCartney, Mike Mitchell, David Couch, Jennifer Klose, Vickie Grant, Tami Fry, Mike Bess HIM I W5 From L to R: Art Love, Doyle Rausch, D.D. Doxie 166 PAULA POMPEY THE Front row — L to R: Missy Davis, Becky Bicard, Aida Torres, Molly Qrathwohl, Tracy Peacock, Sean Cogswell, Dave Slates, Tracy Mather, Miss Holdship Second row — Charlotte Stohrer, Kelly Kaiden, Terri Witkowski, Angie Didelot, Lisa Arroyo, Theresa Flint, Mike Mitchell, Tina Blue Third row — Alex Smith, Chris Mietch, LeeAnn Hilligoss, Michelle Stmad, Lana Taylor, Lynn Yob, Shannon Hamer, Mikki Caldwell Fourth row — John Sorenson, Tom Reed, Mike Bolin, Kim Williams, Mary Flanigan FUTURE J O u R N A First row — L to R: John Archambault, Julie Winquist, DeAnna Paolasso, Chantel Lightner, Stephen Su, Mila Six, Scott Lyon, Mike Trepanier, Corrie Listenberg, Grace Su Second row — Trisha Graham, Angie Clements, Heidi Ligtenberg, Laura Ayers, Chris Walter, Debbie Palmer Becky Brudi, Vikie Mason, Meg Truedell, Third row — Mike Michell, Mrs. Perkins, Mike Johnson, Kerry Brassie, Paul Lindenfeld PROBLEM SOLVERS 167 Front Luke mar I N r R A M U R A l row — L to R: Aida Torres, Wendy Brownell, Erin Front row — L to R: Sherrie Murphy, Kellie Jackson, Second row — L to R: Amy Mitchell, Deana Ditt- Michelle Qregor, Back row — L to R: Heather Luke, Kathy Crawford, Kathy Skarbek, Shelly Connor V o l Y 3 A I I Front row — L to R: Vickie Stenberg, Carrie Peacock, Robin Ruelle, Back row — L to R: Becky Bicard, Shelly Flick, Angie Didelot, Tracy Peacock Front row — L to R: Michelle Biek, Kim Witkowski, Tri- Front row — L to R: Tiffany Cray- sha Dalenberg Back row — L to R: Fran Moore, Zaira ton, Jill Greene Back row — L to 168 Bias, Millie Ortiz R: Kristy Malooley, Erin Qalespie LIGHTING CREW From Left to Right: Ron Wise, Kritie Webber, Buzz Bolton, Don Wise, Lou Milley, Tina Evangelisti, Josie Martin, Kellie Burtzlaff, Dawn Burger, Barb Rudolph SOCCER CLUE Front row — L to R: Susie Fintze, Tina Seor, Becky Bicard, Ann Jonsson, Andrea Athanas, Becky Craw, Angie Didelot Back row — L to R: Jenny Mitchell, Angelecqu McLaughlin, Tammy Hornburger, Kelly Wilson, Lynn Andrews, Sandy Stone, Beth Hipshire 169 % Front row — L to R: Angie Cordell, Banita Gregory, Valarie Johnson, Missy McFad- den, Shelly Millington, Jana Woodard, Nikki Humphries, Lynita McCalebb, Car- mella Boatright, Karla Taylor Second row — L to R: Mellody Bybee, Cindy Brock, Barbara Collins, Chrissy Jann, Kim Mess, Theresa Witherspoon, Bridgette Wil- liams, Camillia Smoot, Davetta Akins, nichole Courser, Teresa Lindsley Third row — L to R: Coach Prichett, Manager Austin, Tracy Prichett, Shawnette Haynes, Darla Thompson, Maria Jones, Tina Denson, Angie Lintz, Michelle Colcord, Leesa Jackson, Tammy Lauderdale, Tonya Davis, Regina Luaderdale PHOTOGRAPHY Seated — front: Mr. Fan- Back row — L to R: Chad Mills, Todd Heimer, Mike Six 170 PAULA POMPEY CLUB MATH CLUB Front row, L to R: Kim Hall, Cindy Hawk. Jeff Reeves, Sarah Hall, Terry Rife, Kim Panozo Back row, L to R: Tim Graham. Curt Benson, Bob Antos. John Sivak QUIZ TEAM Front row, L to R: Corey Marks, Chuck Vesei, Stephan Anagastaras, Jeff Reeves, Ian Day Back row. L to R: Curt Benson, Christy Clark, Mike Dunnick, Stephen Su PAULA POMPEY 171 YO -GRAPH Standing — L to R: Jason Sinner, Becky Till, Dave Gordy, Paul Sinner, Alan Vanlewwen, Kelly Mellans, Jimmy Lindsley, Kristy Webber, Advisor — Lou Milley (not pic- tured) A c_ o V i A ' N , c t ' 4 ' A fVi v {L L l I Vi M v ■V h Pf 6)my utWSLey j j f v if 172 PAULA POMPEY VICA ■■■I Bottom row, L to R: Rick McCartney. Dave Qordy. Alan VanLewen. Jason Sinner. Kim Anderson, Carman Boatright, Top row, L to R: Pam Chapman, Jay Thomas, Erick Trytko, Charlie Cagle, Derek Middleton USHERS CLUB Row one, L to R: Miss Holdship, Molly Qrathwohl, Christy Clark, Susan Flora, Tracy Mather, Amy Feldman, Winnie Weitsen, Kelle Luke. Rachelle Wallace, Kathy Teeple, Row two, L to R: Andrea Athanas, Tori Leonard, Sherrie Murphy. Stephanie Francis. Vikie Mason. Kelly Wilson, Patty O Reilly, Barbie Sullivan, Julie Magrane, Molly Davisson, Robyn Ruelle. Tracy Peacock, Angie Didelot, Sandy Stone, Debbie Palmer PAULA POMPEY 173 FRENCH CLU3 Row 1, L to R: Kim Hess, Adam Vassar, Sherry Lingerfelt, Susie Fintze. Row 2, L to R: Lisa Keyes, Donna Poage, Julie Meile, Lana Taylor, Heidi Brown, Row 3, L to R: Susei Burdgick, Jon Underly, Row 4. L to R: Chris Rogiers, Gil Brown, Elizabeth Mryko. Kim Fe rry, Courtney Holt. Row 5, L to R: Theresa Adams, Melody Donleve, Cindy Brock, Andy Squint, Julie Clark Row 6, L to R: Kelle Luke, Steve Waldron, Chris Ferrier, Mrs. Qugliotta, Michele Seldon GERMAN CLUB 174 PAULA POMPEY Row 1, L to R: Brad Doebel, Tyler Havens, Mike Wiest, Matt Bridges, Row 2, L to R: Charlotte Stohrer, Tim Wilson, David Cook, Row 3, L to R: Mike Campbell, Steve Su, Ed Urban, Jeff Reeve Row 4, L to R: Corey Marks, Curt Benson, Sara Phillips, Chuck Vesei SPANISH CLUB Front row — L to R: Brent Fuller. Ron Williams, Steve Qreco. Sue Flora, Jennifer Klose, Second row — L to R: Michelle Holmes, Cheri Antilla, Amy Ftathcoat, Michelle Waldon, Erin Brewster, Angie Bata, Tori Leonard, Shannon Hamer, Jeannie Johnson, Third row — L to R: Kerrie Brassie, Becky Brudi, Susan DeVall, Julie Ort, Vicki Syson, Fourth row — L to R: Heather DePree, Qretchen Lewandeowski, Ann Clancey, Karla Qreco, Fifth row — L to R: Lisa See, Sean Oates, Mike Stewart, Shannon Qreen, Laura Paquette, Sixth row — L to R: Becky Ramplodt, Abby Brown, Corey Brazo, Jonathon Barnes L to R: Corey Marks — President of German Club, Curt Benson — Vice- President, Chuck Vesie — Treasurer, Sara Phillips — Secretary L to R: Spanish Club Officers — Steve Qreco, President PAULA POMPEY 175 STUDENT COUNCIL 1986-1987 Representatives Pictured above: Jeannie Altergott, Cheri Antilla, Kerry Brassie, Becky Brudi, Bobby Childs, Ann Clancy. MarkQaynor, Scott Qourlay, Karla Greco, Brad Harbaugh. Qretchen Lewandowski, Paul Lindenfeld. J.J. Merimonti, Julie Ort, Michelle Rush, Julian Smith, Ryan Stevenson, Meg Truesdell, Matt Tyler, Paul White, Theresa Adams, Matt Bridges, Matt Childs. Heather Clare, Shelly Connor, Rod Dellinger, Rob Qrathwohl, Tyler Havens. Jenny Klose, Tracie Lundy, Kristie Malooley, Corey Marks. Jenny McCormick, Sherry Murphy, Chris Mietch, Missi Powers, Tom Reed, Cathy Skarbek, Ryan Smith, Mike Stewart, Charlotee Stohrer, Steve Su, Jenny Vales. Andrea Athanas, Mike Bess, Becky Bicard, Angie Didelot, Scott Didelot, D.D. Doxie, Missy Flick, Stephanie Fmcies, Beth Hipshier, Michelle Johnson, Julie Magrane, Patrick Muessig, Jenny Patterson, Carrie Peacock, Tracey Austin, Curt Benson, Charlie Bridges, Wendy Brownell, Jill Castle, Brian Childs, Mike Daly, Susan Fintz, Jenny Gamble, Steve Greco, Corey Harbaugh, LeeAnn Hilligoss. Dan Jankoviak, Kevin Johnson, Rob Konopinski. Cindy Lotridge, Art Love, Bill Magrane, Tracey Mather, Vickie Peeters, Doyle Rausch, Aida Torres. Winnie Weitson, Terry Witkowski, Mama Ziegler, President — Brad Doebel. Secretary — Lisa Dayton, Vice President — Steve Kruze, Treasurer — Dan Hargreaves The Student Council was at work again this year. Working together they accomplished many things, beginni ng with the " Bread-lift " to raise money for the March of Dimes. The Coun- cil also sponsored the Intramural Sports pro- gram, featuring girls ' volleyball and boys ' bas- ketball and Homecoming week for Basketball and Football. Congratulations to the Student Council mem- bers and Mr. Smith for their time and dedica- tion. They have given unselfishly of themselves for the betterment of our High School. 176 PAULA POMPEY 1 987 TATTLER STAFF Seated, L to R: Chris Westphal, Kim Williams, Michelle Johnson. Deana Dittmar, Maria Hernandez, Terri Witkowski Standing, L to R: Sharon Harris, Cindy Welch, Stacie Schuyler, Jenny Klose, Mr. Shields, LeeAnn Hilligoss, Ida Torres, Kelly Mellans, Patty O ' Reilly We hope you " Remember our times together ' ' as we, your 87 staff, remember the fun and excite- ment of Building another issue of the famous hiles High School Tattler. Production problems, disappointments of all kinds, photo flops, dead- lines, and do-overs plagued our staff as it has and will plague all the others, but we never doubted that the final deadline would be met and that you would have in your care and keeping this book of memories of our times together. Ida Torres, Editor-in-Chief Deana Dittmar, Editor-in-Chief REMEMBER OUR TIMES TOGETHER PAULA POMPEY 177 " I — Y Maria Herenandez, Music Editor Jenny Klose. Sophomore Class Editor Stacie Schuyler, Freshman class editor Paula Pompey, Clubs-organizations Editor I H In I v „ ■ Chris Westphal, Homecomings; opening pages 178 LeeAnn Hilligoss, All Sports Editor Patty O Reilly, Junior Class Editor Cindy Welch, Special Features Co-Editc Sharon Harris, Music Kim Williams, Administration, Faculty, School Employees 179 mm in fl • I ■ pii tmmii ■M ' 4 Jf I SVMPMONV Front: Staci Schuyler. Second Row, L to R: Laura Ayers, Debbie Phillips. Third Row, L to R: Anne McQill, Kerry Livingston, Carrie Cooper, Jenny Meitch, Kristy James. Fourth Row, L to R: Chrissy Jann, Michelle Waldon, Maria Daly, Stephenie Sayer. Back Row, L to R: Jamie Hunerjager, Kim Cook, Kim Fuller. 182 MARIA HERNANDEZ MARIA HERNANDEZ 183 GO BLOW YOUR HOKH 184 PLAY A LITTLE LOUDER MUSIC 185 HANDBELL front L to R: Jenny Hunt, Ken Burtzlaff, Bridgette Williams, Caroline Mitchell, Molly Ray, Missy Davis. Second L to F| Kellie Lovelace, Christy Bond, Pamala Laporte, Maria Hernandez. Third L to R: Lisa Gentry, Bets Fron, Denis Tomkiewicz, Terrie Rife. Back L to R: Gerry Harroff, Jenny Gamble, Angelique Cook, Charles Craig. BV,jg? ®tti 186 MARIA HERNANDEZ Missy Davis — Handbell Rep. CONCERT CHOIR MARIA HERNANDEZ 187 ■ J ) V -= ! r Pictured Above: Theresa Adams, Michael Bess, Emily Borowski, Darren Brown, Michael Cambell, Jill Cassel, Matt Clancy, Nichole Clemmer, Sean Cogswell, Bradley Doebel, Mope Dunifin, Susan Flora, Elizabeth Hipshire, Alan Jordan, Stephen Kruze, Ward LaDuke, Paul Lindenfeld, Sherry Lingerfelt, Cynthia Lotridge, Julie Magrane, Caroline Mitchell, Dean Morton, Jennifer Patterson, Marcus Reynolds, Robert Saxton, Adam Vassar, Karen Worland, John Zeiter. . ■: 188 MARIA HERNANDEZ . COUNTER POINTS The Counterpoints under the direction of William Hamberger is the Vocal Music Depart- ment ' s Show Choir. The group was originally formed in 1970. They are considered to be one of the best show choirs in Michigan. The Counterpoints were chosen to represent the State at the Young Americans First Annual Show Choir Festival in California. Truly a great honor. The group dances, sings and performs over 40 concerts a year.They per- form for local organizations as well as on tele- vision. This group has made two Southern tours. They sang in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and Florida as well as at Disney World. MARIA HERnAMDEZ 189 GIRLS CHOIR Pictured Above: Angela Adams, Ulonda Adams, Jeanie Altergott, Wendy Ballard, Lutty Boyce. Rebecca Brudi, Regina Davis, Karyn Dettling, Shanda Ezell, Trisha Graham, Rebecka Grayson, Deidre Hardie, Wedda Hernandez, Elizabeth flodgman, Jennifer Jesse, Rosa Johnson, Christal Kennedy, Chelie Knapp, Dawn Landrum, Karen Lee, Karen Lowe, Angela Miller, Penny Meyers, Julie Ort, Kristal Rhodes, Lauri Robbins, Michelle Wetzel, Angela Whittaker, Bridgette Williams, Melinda Williams, Jana Woodard Julie Ort Girls Choir Rep. 190 MARIA HERNANDEZ Alan Jordan Concert Choir Rep. Thomas Mollison The Concert Choir in Their Robes: Laura Arnold. Emily Borows ki, Jonathan Borowski. Cindy Brock. Melissa Brown Sue Birdgick. John Casto. Christy Ann Clark. Sean Cogswell Carla Decraene, Kelly Donleve, Teena Evangelisti, Angela Evans, Michelle Flick. Melissa Flick, David Garret, Michael GarTett. Lisa Gentry Lori Gentry, Jennifer Gillette, Banita Gregory, Sarah hall. Bradly Harbaugh. Maria Hernandez, Kimberly Hess Elizabeth Mipshicr, Jeffery Huffman. Annette Jackson. Leesa Jackson. Loretta Jackson. Christine Jann. Kellie Jonis. Jeannie Johnson. Alan Jordan. Phillip Kennedy, Kathleen Kubisiak, Marcia Lewandowski, Sherry Lingerfelt. Todd Lotridge, Kellie Lovelace, Scott Lyon. Lynita McCalcbb. Angelecque McLaghlin. Caroline Mitchell Michael Mitchell, Thomas Mollison, Tonya Mooney. Paula Gene Morgan, Jennifer Patterson, Betsy Fletcher. Jenifer Roberts. Robyn Ruelle. Michael Sands. Michael Six. Divid VanDyke. Brett Yonker, Kevin Young. CHOIR COUNCIL Steve Kruze: President Michele Slocum: Vice President Jill Cassel: Treasurer Sherry Lingerfelt: Secretary 192 We Extend Out Deep Appreciation To The Advertising And fotrons On The Following Pages, Their Purchase Of $8300 Worth Of Advertising Has Made It Possible For Us To Publish This 1987 Tattler The Tattler Staff 193 i I I S I 616-684-0977 616-684-3778 BOB ' S TOWING SERVICE ' 24 HOURS ' Russ Hue 61 1 Wayne Niles. Ml 49120 Ph 6SA-5330 FRESH FiS 6. SEAFOOD Custom Smoking of Fisi- • fowl CECIL. 6 SANO v BATCHELOh OWNEAS 522 FRONT ST NIL.ES, mi SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR OVER 60 YEARS iEaatiHaut Okiiinis FLORISTS DELIVERY SERVICE FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 5 GREENHOUSES SERVING YOU WEDDINGS • PARTIES • FUNERALS DISTINCTIVE FLORAL DESIGNS HOSPITALS • CHURCHES CORSAGES • PLANTS • CUT FLOWERS F.T.D. SERVICE • PROMPT RADIO DISPATCHED DELIVERY SATISFACTION ASSURED SO YEAR MEMBER TOP " 1000 ' MEMBER 3EE OUR F.T.D. 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MEL BOOKOUT Agent Droleis Mini-Mall 1011 Broadway Niles Ml 49120 Off.: (616) 683-2562 Res.: (616)683-3999 STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES HOME OFFICES BLOOMtHGVON ILLINOIS ROBERT N. FELDMAN ATTORNEY AT LAW :ii7 nwoADw ay NILES. MICHIGAN -IttlSIO TELEPHONE •810 ' 6« -7?3G Te-EPWONE 6631468 L.W. BLANK DPM-FAAHP PODIATRIST - FOOT SURGEON Specialist in. Diseases of the foot 324 NORTH 4TH STREET NILES. MICHIGAN Best Wishes to the Class Of 1985 Jtolveuj Store for Men and Young Men Hours — Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fri. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 213 E. Main St. Ph. 683-5088 NILES. MICHIGAN 196 KELLY NELLANS AND MICHELLE JOHNSON e r Congratulations Senior Class Of IV87 A FRIEND drv wells Septic Tanks Concrete Blocks Precast concrete Steps Excavating Sand - Gravel Snow Removal Limestone - Slag PETE ' S SOUTHSIDE MARATHON 1293 S. 11th St. niles, NI 49120 684-3340 NIEB CONCRETE PRODUCTS INC. NILES SAND GRAVEL DAVID J. NIEB. phes. Phone 6B3-SSOO 2779 Hovt Drive niles. michigan 49120 Congratulations From PIFER-SMITH FUNERAL HOME 521 East Main Street Niles, Michigan 683-1155 B. LeRoy Smith And Thomas L. Smith, Directors PRINCES MARKET " A Tradition of Quality Meat Since 1928 " 1125 Wayne St. Niles. Ml 49120 (616)683-8444 LEE DENNIS BRIGGS OLDSMOBILE • CADILLAC 2700 W. Fifth St. NILES, MICH. 683-8288 8 1 KELLY NELLANS MICHELLE JOHMSOM 197 8 I i i 8 S Best Wishes EV Electro-Voice, Inc. 600 Cecil Street Buchanan, Michigan a MARK IV company SCOTT E. SMITH AGENCY AUTO ♦ HOME • LIFE Michigan When it comes to receiving the best rates and service, AAA and Scott Smith are two names you can trust! CONTACT SCOTT AT 684-0666 100 E. Main St., Niles River Front Square CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Dowagiac Commercial Press DOWAGIAC. MICHIGAN 198 KELLY NELLAMS cn :cs uu S3 KOOL-O-MATIC CORPORATION 1831 Terminal Rd.. Niles. Ml 49120 Phone 61 6 683-2600 HoltS auto PARTS FIND US FAST IN THE.. 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INGOUI ' OUATKI) CALL THE " RADIATOR MAN ' PLANT LOCATIONS Niles. Mich Greenville, Mich 0 s z ice ' Nr and IM ■■ ■ ' ■ i a, HMMn ACDelco 1 DAY SERVICE WITH wommtm AM CONUTKMMG I 19 AJK FOt MOST MAKES Of CAK 683-6850 116 SYCAMORE NILES 0«» 40 raw t fthmmt CHUCK NOTT PROP Manufacturer of Quality Wood Stoves Fireplace Inserts. • ALL f-UEL CHIMNEYS • STOVE PIPtS • sraiNLCSS STEEL FUJ UN6RS • CHIMNEY BRUSHES 684-4560 1951 INDUSTRIAL DRIVE NILES. Ml signal travel tours, inc. Congratulations Graduates 684-2880 227 E. Main St., niles 316 State St.. St. Joseph, MI • (616) 983-7323 Dawagiac 782-9825 Berrien Springs 471-4415 You can have all you want out of life if you will just help enough other people get what they want out of life. Bb5t Whhas Class Of 1937 CTc center Community Research Center 206 MICHELLE JOHNSON m, c; tsccr.cr. National-Standard NS Best Wishes to the Class of 1937 i i I Si 8 I aasaaasKKS MICHELLE JOHMSOM 207 8 fli i I B ft ;«« :cr. :crcrc:.cr. JAMES M. M UNPO, D.D.5. 21 NORTH SECOND BOX 187 NILES, MICH. 680-5480 You Deserve The Besl In Smiles) DR BRUCE D, OLIVER ORTHODONIST 315 E Main H z, Ml 49120 James A. Cross, D.D.S. P.C. 1 04 Ghant Sireli Niles Michigan 49 120 61 6-683-1077 8REDKEN The Complete Hair Care Salon 616-684-6905 322 SOUTH LINCOLN NILES. MICHIGAN 49120 Deete Hair Design Studio OAK CENTER DR. T.E. WILSON CHIROPRACTOR 1441 OAK ST. NILES, MI 49120 684-4492 REPAIRING IF IT ' S BANGED UP WE ' LL FIX IT! AUTO BODY REPAIRS GLEN MEEK AUTO BODY SHOP RENTAL CARS 1260 S 11TH STREET NILES, MICHIGAN 49120 684-4780 LAW OFFICES KLUTE, STONE, CAMPBELL SCHOFIELD 223 NORTH FOURTH STREET P.O. BOX 249 NILES, MICHIGAN 49120-0249 (616)683-8300 DONALD P. STONE MURRAY C. CAMPBEL HAROLD F. KLUTE CHARLES F. SCHOFIELD OF COUNSEL Wl« C5 208 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE « » Vti Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Graduating Class Of 1987 Area Code 616 115 S. St. Joseph St. Telephone 683-5508 Mies, MI 49120 GIDEON L. MEDINA, M.D., F.A.A.O.S. Diploma te, American Board Of Orthopedic Surgery General Orthopedics And Trauma, Arthroscopic Surgery And Back Surgery Total Hip And Knee Joint Replacements i 8 8 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KLOSE 209 i Of I Congratulations To The Class Of 87 ' THOMAS R. MOLLISON CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 502 GRANT STREET NILES. MICHIGAN 49120 AREA CODE 616 TELEPHONE 683 9480 Congratulations To The Class Of 87 ' Radio hack DEALER RCA Hitachi Sales Service Rental Dffffl CQtlCIUriftflT QhS d QXD A.A, TIBERLANES 517 n. 2nd 683-6122 40 East Main Niles, Michigan 49120 (616)684 7368 102 S Mechanic Berrien Springs, Ml 49103 (616)471 2119 You ' re On Your Way. We Can HelpYou GetThere. Going to college is one thing. Paying for it can be another. So if you need financial assistance, see an Old Kent banker for a low-cost student loan. We ' ve helped thousands of students get where they want to be. And we want to help thousands more. FDIC INSURED cn ;« id 210 FATTY O ' REILLY » arley Heating Company 705 N. Second St. Niles, Mich. 683-2177 Wm. Rose, Owner Residence 683-4032 DAVID G. THACKARY, DDS 1 907 Oak. Stra t 683-0750 niles, Michigan Sunshine Clown Service 1441 Vz Oak Street • Niles, Michigan 49120 (616) 684-6470 • Balloon Bouquets • Children ' s Birthday Parties • Party Supplies Favors ft m s 1 (0 m i Congratulation; To Th CICI33 Of 37 ' Phone 683-1710 TYLER-LINVILLE CHEVROLET JEEP RENAULT 1810 South Eleventh Niles, Ml PONTIAC BUCK CHRYSLER Todd Blosser General Manager 1102 SOUTH 11th STREET • NILES. Ml 49120 TRUCKS TELEPHONE 616 683J920 • 684-8200 »: ' Z ' Z z z z ' ±. k V TERRl WITKOWSKI PATTY O ' REILLY 211 I I I i Niles Class Of ' 87 Congratulations and Best Wishes for Your Continued Success Refrigeration Corporation crcs 212 LEEANN MILLIQOSS « sa »2 ;cs EIGHTEEN PLUS Casual Wear For Fullfigured Women scorn pkwz 130 South 11th St. Miles, Michigan 49120 (616) -684-5960 For Your Trucking Needs Limestone • Slag • Livestock RON SMITH President 2596 Detroit Road Niles, Michigan 49120 I I m I i FORIER ' S BAKERY AND HICKORY HOUSE Serving You Since 1962 684-2303 1733 n. 5th niles, MI 49120 ARBOR TRAILS APARTMENTS 1615 North 5th St, NUes. Michigan 49120 (61 6) -633 -1350 De IT or d s Congratulations Seniors! SUPER UALU Niies EAST GATE SHOPPING CENTER Michigan 1523 Lake St. Diles, Ml 49120 683-6585 NILES IMMEDIATE CARE 60 N. St Joseph Avenue Niles, Michigan 49120 616 684-6000 INSURANCE MANAGEMENT SERVICE MONDAY • FRIDAY 1CWX) A.M. to fcOO P.M. SATURDAY 10fl0 A.M. to " 3. 00 P . Mr N.R. SEE, M.D. L.K. STANLEY, M.D. W.R. WEBB, M.D. F.A. AQUINO, M.D. Insurance • Risk Management « Emplovee Benefits • Financial Services 501 Main St. Si foseph Ml 44085 (blbl 9K3-710I 1911 Oik St.. Nile Ml-W;i)(6lr.| NO-2450 8 as r : PAULA POMPEY 213 i ffi 8 I 8 8 NILES RACQUET CLUB 1912 S. 3rd St., Niles, Ml 49120 684-8030 5 Indoor Tennis Courts 5 Racquetball Courts 4 Outdoor Clay Courts nautilus — Aerobics PHONE 683-8549 IZaSezU Sezvice Co. PLUMBING HEATING CECIL ROBERTS Owner 1125 MARION ST NILES. MICH. 49120 Congratulations Class Of 1987 " Featuring the best salad bar in town " (616) 684-5480 11 37 So. 11th Street Niles, Michigan 49120 Barry, Gayle, Chris Vlcki Tim Borst IBMEW,, BECKSFORT, BUSSIER GRINNELL CPA ' s P.C. Certified Public Accountants 527 E. Main St. Miles, Michigan 49120 684-2560 TONY ' S 15TH and LAKE 683-0170 NILES, MICHIGAN Open Daily 8 To 10 Sundays 9 To 10 art cr. 214 STACIE SCHUYLER BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS Of 87 FROM cBooKoufs FURNITURE 109 N. 3RD STREET Niles. Michigan 683-7080 Congratulations Niles High School I Graduating Class of 1987 ni i ii i iiiiii i il ll lllIIllIllC Niles Elias Brothers® Restaurant r 1109 S. 11th Street -J7 — » 683-6895 Quality food tine Kit Our growth and success over the last 40 years are a direct result of the help we ' ve received from the people in our communities. We are proud of the class of 1987 and wish them success! THANK YOU! ERA DAY REAL ESTATE 109 9th Lincoln niles, MI 49120 616-684-5775 Best Wishes To The Class Of 1987. RICHARD J, McCREEDY, N ,b, BOOKER T, MORRIS. M D, Obstetrics Gynecology TITER GALLERY OF HOMES 683-0203 River Front Square niles, Michigan 49120 J aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa RICHARD R. RUTKOWSKI. D.D.S. Office hours By appointment 1956 SOUTH 11TH STREET NILES. MICHIGAN 49120 THE FLOWER CART Flowers • Gifts 1124 N. 5th Street Niies, Michigan 49120 616-683-5454 Michianal Walk-In Clinic 2002 S. US Highway 33, Niles, Ml 49120. 616-684-7050 LETCHER ' S FAMILY RESTAURANT 1951 Oak Eastgate Shopping Center 684-1859 Miles, Michigan FLYNN ADVERTISING PROMOTIONS. INC, 1668 E. Main P.O. Box 309 Niles, Michigan 49120-0309 Phone (616) 683-6111 AUTO SERVICE AMEMCAN FOREIGN ' 0 iNG SERVICE AVAILABLE -. . CALL . 684-7462 UCrlGAN t NJU.Sl CttTflD rma ttCHAftcs • TUNC up • rRAMSU SIONS f • 8« ti • FRONT t NO J • noron t Ofluu uianmc • CMOMES • ELfCHUCAL • un coNOinoMM «■■■•«. ■■ ' " Nf ) C— •■• • SHOCKS w OPCN - ROSEBUSH FINANCIAL SERVICES - Since 1938 - TAX COUNSELING YEAR ROUND TAX RETURN SPECIALIST Individual Farms Business Returns PERSONALIZED SERVICE CALL FOR APPOINTMENT 2995 E. Detroit 683-6990 Niles, Michigan 216 A1DA TORRES t %ru OPEN TUES-SAT (616) 684-4247 Our Cocrif lim r(H To NHS Class Of 37 Elsie ' s Exquisiques An EEI Company 513 Broadway Niles. Michigan 49120 CLASS of 1987! 1452 S. 11 " St. NILES, Ml. (616)685 5522 m 8 i A££ ike ml la ywi, Giadtl Wiwj Qua be ike hqiwmq c| A LIFETIME OF SUCCESS! U e exuwuuje you to. luuie a liappii and »a|e Gtaciuataw - PLEASE don ' t Axmh aid. dowel % Featuring Tanning Process With The State Of The Art Wolff UVA System Featuring Our Health And Body SCA Wolff Slender Shapes To Assure Success In Losing Inches And Pounds. l -£zional -Joucn —tannine) z)aLon (616) 684-6830 1920 S. 11th Belle Plaza Niles, Ml 49120 WOLFF m s aaei AIDA TORRES 217 Mary Euans Owner 2 2 I I ffi I fe i I i RESTAURANT Full Service Menu Daily Specials Special Holiday Menus Corigrcitutatiolns Class Of IV37 Banquet Facilities Available For Groups Of 10 To 250 930 S. Eleventh St. Miles, MI (616) 684-3000 DR. ROBERT J. STARK, D.D.S. 16 S. St. Joseph Ave. Niles, Michigan 683-6006 vm: wiwrnvni) Specializing in Quality Instruments Accessories Music Dennis Bamber 219-272-8266 50741 U.S. 31 North South Bend, Indiana 46637 ZMS WC8S DAJJCV SZAK Qood JCuck Zo Zkc Seniors Of 1987 218 KIM WILLIAMS x» tss c f VIDEO TAPSS MOVIES VI NO DISCS ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS IN THE NtLM AREA ovn 2,000 mus on vdco TAft SlMLM9 ftKMTALS 683- 1 BOO over 1.600 tttlm Of veco wsc LIFETIME CLUB MEMBERSHIP ItCil - 2fc r _MK3N 0 - current releasei " RMTA1S BEST SELLERS _ VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDERS . CARTOONS 4 CLASSICS 1 VIDEO D»C PLA YERS pamiy i AJXA.T Aated J UMDBia MMIK . 3 4 °« 8 - 11TH • hiles Tree Lifetime Club Membership 1 i i ff{ m § Sf Elsies Exquisiques 513 Broadway Miles Michigan 49120 I 800 742 SILK lordcrsl [6161 684 7034 (other calls) Elsie Snyder President SOME PLACE ELSE 1243 20 11th Niles, Michigan 47120 THE SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL SALES MANAGERS Richard I, Knott General Sates Manager MILES FORD LINCOLN MERCURY, 1st Year Member INC, 2801 So. 11th Nltes, Ml 49120 MFORD Phone: (616) 684-8300 l k a . • 2K KIM WILLIAMS 219 i I m i 1 g I Good Luck From 1% WILLIAM R. LANDGRAF 224 n fourth Street p O Box I 59 Niles. Michigan 491:0 616 683 6200 715 Chicago Road Phone: (616) 683-4636 Miles, Michigan Telephone 616 I 683-8400 The Schick Funk Agency PARK PLACE BUILDING PO BOX 220 NILES, MICHIGAN 49120 Reasonable Rates Free Estimate TILE LINOLEUM CARPET Installations Phone: DICK DeFOREST . 684 5389 Niles, Ml WHITES BOWLING LANES 350 S. Eleventh St. 683-8484 Niles. Michigan MR SALE ORDEN Realty Inc. 683-3970 Better TIVm Homes, ill ■■■1 A X and Gardens Proudly We Support Our 1986 Graduates Best Wishes F rom Staff and Management Niles, Michigan Lfo « 220 MARIA HERNANDEZ Z l w. Gaynor Haslett CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Gary G Gaynor, CPA 401 SYCAMORE STREET NILES MICHIGAN S9I20 For All Your Olluc Need 1 - 222 E. Main St. Miles Michigan 49120 2830 U.S. 33 South Niles, Michigan 49120 Bob L. Smith (616) 684-7690 683-9424 1 1 i .Hours-. 9:30-530 Men.. Zues, tnurs. Friday 9:30- 230 Wed., Sat. jCAKSSJDS Jewelry Repair Goldsmith i Experienced ' Diamond Setter 307 8. Main Street • fliles Michigan 49120 616 — 6S4-S292 • dully Insured • Chain Repair •Stone Replacement • King Sizing • dree Cleaning Inspection Kip Heston • Kerry A Harger ( J.J. graduates HAIR-STYLING UNISEX CUTTING I STYLING • BLUNT conn; i smms • uim cumac ; smut MAFfXURHG ■ FACIALS HUM COLCftHG ■ SntUGOTDK FJEMffi TDiMMG ■ SHOE SHMC RH V r T itcom ■■ ■ i HO HMCHO flOOUCIS noitis i moniK Ct I lcr Appointment UCtSSMIES FN UU £. Q 5 7401 Kt S LINCOLN. NILES term From Si Mjry I Chore JOYCE ' S PANTRY Cold Beer • Wine • Groceries Open 7 Days 7 AM-12 PM 421 Grant Street Best Wishes Karen, Joyci, and Dean Walters niles, Michigan SALOP! 202 East Main Downtown Nile Downtown Niles 8 » m «K MARIA HERNANDEZ 221 FINE FOOD OLD TAVERN INN 2190 Indian Lake Rd. Niles, Ml Ph. 683-9510 Peggy Charlie Congratulations IVS7 Seniors BEER WINE LIQUOR |fo $P iff s 4fg «r 2s« e £li« KWIK- PRINT OF NILES 19265 11th Street niles, Michigan " Large Selection of Hours Wedding Invitations Accessories Mon-Fri Business Cards Stationery 8:00-5:30 Williams HOME CENTERS WILLIAMS SUPPLY CO., INC. Congratulations Class Of 37 SUPERIOR WASTE SYSTEMS A Waste Management Company Serving South Bend and Surrounding Area WASTE DISPOSAL REMOVAL COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL CONTAINERS FROM 1 TO 42 CUBIC YARDS COMPACTOR SALES, SERVICE MAINTENANCE RADIO DISPATCHED 299-0500 20645 IRELAND ROAD MICHIGAN NATIONAL BANK 903 S. llth St. Niles, MI 684-4060 833 Oak St. Niles, MI 683-5904 Qams ftaift positions THE U (616)683-6335 .• MEM ' S % DIVISION m (616) 683-5589 525 north 17th St. niles, Michigan vt» Til SHARON HARRIS CiriDY WELCH C£ :«« »2 NILES FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Congratulations 1987 Seniors 123 Sycamore Niles, Michigan ACME DISPOSAL CO, Dependable Community Service Since 1953 P.O. Box 399 Ni les, Michigan 49120 616 684-4499 .-.n % A MEMBER OF THE SEARS FINANCIAL NETWORK NILES, Ml 49120 BUS (616)683 4507 BANK6R Q ANCHOR REAL ESTATE MIS ra Aii IiiiI.|hiiiIi nil, iluvni ' il .mil U|.n.ilnl Mi mini ill [jiliSw:ll H.inK.i Hi- .nli iili.il All. lulu , 1 In A Variety Of Small Items G. L PERRY VARIETY STORE Congratulations The Class Of 1987 HADSELL LANDGRAF, SMITH Lawyers 19 So. 3rd St. Philip A. Hadsell, Jr. Pete W. Smith Robert L. Landgraf, Jr. Christopher Zynett 1935 Oak Street Niles, Michigan 683-8790 Your Center For School Supplies Wickes Lumber Wickes Has All It Takes To Build All You Need! • Plywood • Cablnali • Siding ._1 " Wo ° " ft B • Hafd »afa • Plumbing Zjr ■ Insulation Elaclrlcal • i i uaiai Doon 4 • ■ • ■■ j • Palnl Window Pantllng. • Flraplacaa __ jf Wickes _..ts .... + (616) 683-5463 U.S. 31 South Miles Ml T ;£ .■ r i k ak ak . 3.1 SHAKON HARRIS CINDY WELCH 223 282 fte t Wishes To The CIC122 Of 1987 Majerek ' s Hall of Cards Books 312 E. Main Street NHes, Ml 49120 683 -1 639 u7 fi ce the way we do banking. Standard Federal Bank Savings Financial Services FSDC t= Standard Federal CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' §7 CROCKER ' S PARTY PANTRY 1702 Broadway St. Niles, Ml Complete Line of Party Supplies 224 KELLY NELLANS GALAXY ROLLER RINK and COMMUNITY POOL FITNESS CENTER 684-1470 684-8197 SWIMMING 1120 Ontario Road Congratulations Seniors From NILES GLASS AA VACUUM 519 Sycamore, St. Niles, Michigan 683-4464 Congratulations Graduates From GARY ' S STANDARD 413 E. Main St. 684-0890 B aa AMERICAN ffi i 223 E, Main St Miles, m 49120 616-683-3430 Portraits — Weddings — Fashion — Glamour Senior Portraits — Prom; Senior Portraits Special 2 — 8 x 10 " 4 — 5 X 7 " 40 Personalized Wallers Plus 12 " Free " Personalized Wallets Complete Total 52 Wallets I k . KELLY NELLANS 225 I I Id i 8 KLOSE ENGINEERED STRUCTURES DIV. OF KLOSE BROS. INC CECO 3158 S. 3rd St. Combining Years of Building I Experience for Over 40 Years 683-0070 cr. 226 CREDITED TO JENNIFER KIOSE OUR BELOVED PATRONS John W. Srrayar, M.D. 122 Grant St. Miles, Ml 683-1400 Sirirncii Sirhuth, M,D,, P.C. 122 Grant St. niles, MI 684-8010 Phillip John Vandktnberg, D.D.S. 401 Grant St. niles, MI 684-6003 B J Auto Service Tune up • Electrical • A C - Brakes Engines - Transmissions - front End American Foreign Cars BILL REEVES JIM PATZKOWSKY (616) 684-7462 1 1 to Ontario niles. MICH Max A. Rusher, D.D.S. 320 Cedar St. niles, MI 683-1171 Edward H. Martin. D.D.S. 15 n. 5th niles, MI 683-6461 Coquillards Country Marks 2560 Detroit niles, MI 684-5630 8 i i Of 8 8 Free Demonstrations For Service Groups And Organizations 684-3790 US. 31 33 Karate For Kids Economical Introductory Professional Programs. Highest Quality Well Supervised Programs Designed Just For Kids In Mishawaka Call 219-259-3373 258-4100 An Exciting Professional Approach To Self Defense For Men, Women And Children Of All Ages. — Complimentary Classes — Available KELLY nELLAnS 227 Congratulations Class Of ' 87 LITTLE CAESAR ' S PIZZA Eastgate Shopping Center 1927 Oak St Miles, MI 49120 684-5922 Portrait Weeding Commercial Aerial Sports Senior Portrait Under Class Class Reunions Fuller Studio " Images For A Lifetime " Todays Photographs Tomorrows Memories 1046 Bell Rd. KEVIN and BARB FULLER Belie Plaza 616-684-1 122 Niles, Ml 49120 Gas Lottery We Have Lotto BARRY ' S PARTY STORE Beer Groceries NOW HANDLING QUALITY STOP IN TODAY 2205 E. U.S. 12 — NILES 683-9287 YOUR HOST — BARRY PAT MEAD OPEN FOR BUSINESS 7 DAYS A WEEK GASOLINE 228 KELLY NELLANS ss » POJQQii ire 425 North Ninth Street, P.O. Box 6J2 Hilee, Michigan— Phone 616 685-8500 SPECIALISTS IN WOODEN DISPLAYS FOR PRINTED MA TERIAL Magazines. Books, Brochures Creative Design Service COMPLETE CAPABILITY FOR ALL TYPES OF POINT-OF-PURCKASE WOODEN DISPLAY FIXTURES inimfiwan play structures Helping your children grow — naturally! TREE PLAY IMC, 1105 M. Front St. P.O. Box 55 Niles, Michigan (616) 684-4445 WtfSAlTNWTIVg iiniri MACHINE SHOP MILES AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY 25 Sycamore riiles, MI 49120 683-6750 THE SALES One of The Largest Inventories In The County • CARS • TRUCKS • FARM OFF ROAD TIRES RECAPPING • TIRE REPAIR SPIN BALANQNO — SHOCKS • BRAKES • TUNE-UPS [ 684-60581 11 0 So. llth(U.S. 33) NILES HOURS: 8 AM ■ 5:30 PM 8 AM 1 PM SAT KELLY MELLANS 229 i I i m fa ;C.C. ;C.C.C.C.C£c2 WmL 1 « ' f p l © -1 ™, l£j CTYT5 COMMUNITY rilD BANK 2245 N 5th Street Niles, Michigan 49120 616 684-6312 205 Commercial Street Dowagiac, Michigan 49047 202 W. Prairie Ronde Street Dowagiac Michigan J 230 STAC1E SCHUYLER KELLY NELLANS ;c: We Are Proud To Serve. Support, And Employ Students From The Past And Present Of The Miles School System, Congratulations Graduated QUALITY TAX SERVICE 21 I North Front Z r Nibs. Michigan 49120 telephone; (6I6J 683 4383 mseacsa 231 PAGE CREDIT TO KELLY NELLAMS :cscc:ct. ;cs Or 232 ; ' ■ : '


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