Northern High School - Spirit Yearbook (Port Huron, MI)

 - Class of 1975

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H I 1 EJLQ -I I L,df W 2 .-In' r... Port Huron Northern High School ecstatically solicits you to feast on the memories, inconse- quential facts and miscellaneous data of the 1974-75 educational year in the Spirit of '75, Port Huron, Michigan United States of America Volume IIIIIIIIII What's the buzz? Tell me What's happening Why should you want to know? Don't you mind about the future, don't you try to think ahead Save tomorrow for tomorrow, think about today instead -Tim Rice in-.. . , 9 Tabula Res Gestai Sociae Res Gestai Scholasticae Res Gestai Athletarum Corpus Discipularum Praeceptores Res Gestai Civiles Index XVI LIV LXXXVI CXIV CLXXXVI CXCVIII CCXVI And tomorrow's gonna be a. brighter day There gonna be some changes Tomorrow gonna be a. brighter day This time you can believe me No more cryin' in your lonely room And no more empty nights 'Cause tomorrow mornin' everything will turn out right. -Jim Croce IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III II . III y II ,VII I1 If I could save time in a bottle e k YY in In my ,, "I IIIIIIHI III W ' I IIIII Iyyy I :III I The first thing that I'd like to do II 'I I I IIIIIIILIWII I e da II NI X I I : ,INIIIIIHU I II I I s to save V ry y ,I I T11 Eternity asses away II 1 I ' IW I p . I """' IIII ,III I just to spend them with you ' d w s I'd save eve day like a treasure and then, It I III ,I III Qu I I could ma e days last forever IH' I ' 1 III If ord coul make wishes come true I Again, I would spend them with you I But there never seems to be enough time I To do the th' gs you want to do O f' d th :H , I I II I I I Iy I nce you in em IIIIINI U 1 I I I've looked around enough to know I I I I Inn II II II I That you're the one Iwant to go I Through time with If I had a box just for wishes I And dreams that had never come true The box would be empty except for the em m o Of how they ere answered by you TY W mmmnnn uuuuu nn nuuunuuuu IIIII I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Croce J 1 'L' 1 ig For everything there is a season and a time for every matter under heaveng a time to be born, and a time to die g a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is plantedg a time to kill, and a time to heal, a time to break down, and a time to build up 9 a time to Weep, and a time to laugh, a time to mourn, and a time to dance, a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together, a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embrac ing, a time to seek, and a time to lose, a time to keep, and a time to cast away 5 a time to rend, and a time to sewg a time to keep silence, and a time to speak, a time to love, and a time to hate, a time for war, and a time for peace. -Ecclesiastes Is there an oasis Where Time stands still, Where the fugitive beauty Stays as We Will? 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Mg 1 W i'iJkii" rc' ' .au .. f 1 ,iw A V, I ,M , ,, H n 12 Hey tomorrow, where are you goin' Do you have some room for me 'Cause night is fallin' and the dawn is callin' I'll have a new day if she'll have me Hey tomorrow, I can't show you nothin' You've seen it all pass by your door So many times I said I been changin' Then slipped into patterns of what happened before 'Cause I've been wasted and I've over-tasted All the things that life gave to me And I've been trusted, abused and busted And I've been taken by those close to me Hey tomorrow you've gotta believe that I'm through wastin' what's left of me - 'Cause night is fallin' and the dawn is callin' I'll have a new day if she'll have me -J im Croce 5 1 ' C Just a fine school . The old man asked me to sit down, for he needed a listener. So I pulled up a chair and listened as he told me of his past, of the days when he went to school. "When l was in the fourth grade we had a brand new school house. The old one burned down the year before. Well, it was just a fine school. We had the new type of desks with ink wells and a rack underneath the seat to hold our books. The teacher's desk was right up front where she could watch everybody. Be- hind her desk and to the right stood the shiny, black, potbelly stove. "ln the wintertime it wasn't uncom- mon for it to get 20 below zero, so us kids used to take turns coming to school early to fire up the stove. Since school started at eight thirty, we would have to get up about sunrise and walk over to the school house and make sure there If 36393 ' f fr'- ., R was enough coal in the stove to keep us warm all day. "Miss Donovan, our teacher, would come about eight o'clock to make sure everything was ready for school and to plan our lessons. Then the other kids would start to come. "There were two French boys and a family of Norwegians--two boys and a girl. They always got a ride to the school house in a little two-seater cut- ter, or if it was market day, they would come up riding in a big bobsled pulled by a team of horses. The rest of us had to walk, it wasn't bad though. The most anybody had to walk was three milesg that was MaryBeth and jimmy Haily. "Like I said, school was supposed to start at eight thirty, but by the time everybody got there and settled down, it came to be about 9:00. Sometimes it didn't get started 'til later, like the time Marcel and Andre got into a snowfight, and before you know it, we were all chasing each other through the snow drifts. Miss Donovan, being a young teacher and all, just stood there and laughed as she rang the bell for us to come in. "The first class of the day was Spelling. I was never much of a spellerg MaryBeth always won the gold star. But in Arithmetic Iwas even better than some of the older kids. After Arith- metic we would work in our phonics books until it was time for lunch. 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' f, A' ' --"1':' .5 "ff-' ' f f 9 f y " ' u '. i f: .zfkffv i1.,frgE .: 2232 . -W - ,.,. ,,, W. , E3gz5 :, .36a.au2Q , , . f1?e- .,--.f--M K i f--: - - 5 - ' K --wg:-1-A-ffflrf JN and some of the older kids as they swooped up and down the snow drifts. We would all laugh and giggle when we saw her skirt fly up as she went by. When she wasn't looking, we would sneak away and climb up on the roof so we could slide down the sides into the snow banks. But you had to be careful, because if you got caught, you had to sit facing the wall for the rest of the day. "ln the afternoon we had Reading and Geography. We all liked Geography best of all because every year we got to make maps out of flour and salt, then we got to paint them. "lf everyone had finished all their work for the day and we had been good for Miss Donovan, she would let us out of school early. But that didn't last for long. One day Mrs. Pritchard, the su- pervisor, came to school and found out that we had left early. Miss Donovan got in a whole lot of trouble. We were afraid that she might get fired. From then on when we found out that the "big lady" was coming to the school house, we would be on our best behavior so we could be sure that we would have Miss Donovan for our teacher next year. " I could see that my friend was get- ting tired, so I bid him good day and left him with his precious memories. 'W if 'f MW una I ,J Y. fi 7 Q W. fg- , U, ,' M5 up f' 4 A 1, ,W f 5 U gi m y -K.,-1 ,fi 5 5 f 221. 4 K' 2 K f , f .A ' A ' N , f 11 . 3 Q., f f N. ,ff, , X.: wfimf, , ' ', ' 'f27?3""1liW 13 V-5 In e2i.vm.,:f2,,1L5zff'zf bzy gf' fm' A1 x W w YZ V W ' ,, :L af 5 we "?u'f'W if-qw' my 5 W., 1 i, 1 j , , f w ff 1 'Q ff . A ' K AX 'Q ,, 141- W, f Z an seam f h v 4 ,n , . wks, 5. J E' I fx ,I K In za! 9, NM bf E I A ST GE ES R 5 , E 2 Q Q f , . xl ii +R ,. , lf Q "' 5 6 ge " a 5 an .3 ' 5 ff . A K f ' g S QK4. 9 if ' H W 6 5 ' . N U vi ' Y ' WMM A A . O . Q ,f Q? ,-4, 3 cn AM ' 135 ., sy . A m - ' 4 5 A Q x E3 V an IE w " 1 .- C Q 1 M H L 2 3 . Q -I y. X O ,ew c x ,V B Spirit rises from the dead 4 , ,-.. 4 """'w-u- TOP: Echoes of Student Life at Northern. LEFT: Students walk for those who can't in the Walk- a-thon. ABOVE: "Watch out, Burke, someone 's narcking! " Student Life of 1975 was different - the students of Northern saw school spirit come back to life. Cheering for the football team and taking part in class activities was once a lost art, but the tradition was restored when students felt the need to let everyone know that they were proud to be Northern Huskies ABOVE: jim Ward reacts to the slop served every noon in the cafeteria. LEFT: jon May and Brian Streeter show off their junior Spirit with made-up faces during a football pep assembly. if ' i l 57 24 ' 61? .... ,e s ,K ,unh- 1-V ,f ,ig , 1 ff if ,fd 2 ' The many faces 0fL1nda Lynch mit, AP' ---'W ,,,. kbp . f Wx ' 4 gljizm ,Af ' W f .Jim , a - 4 J ' sk V 4- -'-3, ..,5M.g,- - L, W A' y11n Word? m bn 4 u Carolyn ' """"""""'n Post Linda Lynch 'Cifidy' . . ' Postill A1166 Colhns W 'Q ,H 4 www- IM, f 4 an 'T,,u.'z,P2'1f ff . . . ,. "' m'7.w' R .,:4,x ff aia,zQg,.'4 png W3 rf- Ji' 1--:F ff 5 v - MHA, J? rn. .I murzm. may :P my wA,4nw'-13.1-my uma aww-may : W-1,.w xvm .gds,sma:,a. gym: .fur N UPPER LEFT: Martha Ropposh brings the outdoors in to complete the Freshmen Wall. UPPER RIGHT: Only Kris Berg's hairdresser knows for sure FAR UPPER RIGHT: The Headless Horseman carries fourth place to the Freshmen. FAR RIGHT: Freshmen Court Nominees: BOTTOM: Mary Gorden, Carolyn Post, Mary Jo Bass, Joni Toles. SQCOND ROW: Linda Scandolito, Linda I-Iillis, Martha Curti. TOP: Anne Luce, jane Rome, and Kris Berg. RIGHT: One-1:wo- three PULL! Debbie Brandl, jane Rome, and Lois Lynch show Freshmen strength in the tug-of-war. 4 A --23 ,Q , . The Class of '78 had it all to- gether when Mardi Gras week came around, but their spirit failed to pull them through. After taking last place in the games and the cart race, their only hope was their wall. Follow - ing the theme of Horror Movies, the Frosh recreated a scene from the Headless Horseman. Unfor- tunately, the horseman couldn't keep his head together, so the Freshmen took last place again. The Freshmen made an overall good showing, even though their points didn't indicate it, and their spirit shows promise for the future. Sophomore spirit The Sophomores pulled a strong third in the Mardi Gras contest this year-third place in the as- sembly games, third place in the cart race, and third place for their creation, "Phantom of the Opera". Even though the Sophomores placed next to last in total points, they left the upper classmen and teaching staff amazed at their unity, talent, and spirit. They pulled hard to beat the Senior guys in the tug-of-war and jenny Hoover ate her heart out to Win the pie-eating contest. An over-all fantastic showing for the Class of '77! astounds man ug Vi MQ ,gjlhe ,, ' M FAR UPPER RIGHT: Shelia Wilton keeps on trikin'! UPPER MIDDLE: jenny Hoov- er "gobble-gobbles" to a sophomore victory! UPPER RIGI-IT: The Sopho- mores' "Phantom of the Opera" takes a stab at Rock-n- Roll during Mardi Gras '74. FAR LEFT: Liz Bruton, Lynn Arm- strong, Lynn Cantwell, and Shelly Por- rett plaster their way to a sophomore third place as Heather Mactaggart and Pat Conlon supervise. LEFT: Sophomore Court Nominees: BOTTOM: Shelly Mix, Rocky Guizar. SECOND ROW: Wendy Wurmlinger, Lisa Bennett, jane Thom- as, Marilyn Rushton, Sue Kimball, Marie Catalina. TOP: Cathy Lorts, Lynn Armstrong, Sandy Weston, and Sid Pen, The juniors scored the "Big Blitz" this year. The Class of '76 kept the Mardi Gras Barrel in their possesion. Placing second in the assembly games and second in the cart race, the juniors had to place first with their Wall in order to defeat the Seniors and Sophomores. This they accomplished through their creation of the original Frankenstein. Rumor has it that the judges were crooked, but one can never convince a junior of that now. The Sacred Mardi Gras Barrel is in their greedy little paws for another year. Fate pulls Class of '76 1 2 va S3 nrough again 5,43 'L FAR UPPER LEFT: "Meet me in the parking lot after the assembly, " says junior Tim Engelgau as he slides into sophomore territory. ABOVE: Doc Frankenstein examines his mas- ter piece that won the barrel for the juniors. FAR LOWER LEFT: Mary Hagen, Sandee johnson, and Sue Kemp-junior artists at work. LOWER MIDDLE: junior Court Nominees: BOTTOM ROW: Alice Collins, Charron Fen- bert. SECOND ROW: Diane Reynolds, Carolyn Raetzel, Lynn Worden, Becky Rome, Ann Bonadio, TOP: Josie Radar, Vicky Nunn, and Lauri Luce. LEFT: Mark Kearns and Charron Fenbert are caught slipping out for a malted. The senior class of ,'75 worked long, hard hours on their Mardi Gras homecoming ' this year. All of their careful planning. and labor paid off b when they took first place in the assembly, games and the , halfetime cart race. However, . fate took acmzmfor the worse, andthe senior wall, 'Dracula' received second placegngiving the barrel to the juniors, f - 4 There were a lotof ,tears and much disbelief at-the' delince, lv, but the jclass officers best 'eX'v pressedVififheirksentirnentg, if u "The teamworkishown' . setting' up Dracnla ,lfespeciallj 4 A . V in mounting the,,ihead!1'vVaS'Q'f ffl' A unrecalg.-,Never before ihasfea, 4 ,Q iseni,OrigQIdSS'beC01i1Q' .i11V5F ved: ll'ipushedr'1'6r Jvicwfyf ei have felt. an gslatisfactidn ,-inf QUff1?C6rCSfr' ,AI1fl' fC12SSf-' -il Of 4i'Z5.f1f'ilSJSQ1T1??fl1L118'S0i bf? , 1,121-tif 4. JT, X i 1 .LQ Y., J, 1. i . AthislQMarCliQ Qrasjc We go.Qit1. Seniors bring Northeri ! pirit back to life " "' Y UPPER LEFT: Nancy Cunningham and Sandy Harris vigorously push on for Senior Power. UPPER RIGHT: Senior psychologists Kevin Setter, Sandy Harris, and jeff Ludy probe Dracula's mind. LOWER LEFT: Senior Court Nominees: BOTTOM: Linda Lynch, Barb Streb, Tammy Smith, Cindy Postill, Nancy Allen. TOP: jacki Ely, Becky Cressman, Cindy Olunek, Shelly Guizar, and Marilyn Biernot. LOWER RIGHT: Dracula spies on the Whiz Kids as they sneak out early. BELOW: Stan Christler and Kevin Setter have the right idea--taking a junior out to lunch. RIGHT: Mr. Overly waits in anticipation for the Mardi Gras assembly to be- li' iii""' ' ' gin. LOWER RIGHT: Cheerleader Lanie Boukamp has a multipurpose mouth. L 5 Second glance . Q P - - Q as S , l R ? Q V mV it l or it lllll llilll R " q. ---'. -R , A ,,. . xx v KJ , I K .leixglf :,, Q '::. ' - -ft- New C iw . 'Q , if an ----- ' i v at Mardi Gras 'I Us ABOVE: Dale Frasier shows Mr. Blacl-cney the finer points of gobbling down red licorice. LEFT: Bottoms up for a hard earned third place by Mau- reen Charbeneau in the toilet paper roll. Assemblies break up the blahs TOP: Up With People gives a lift to audi- ences all over the world. ABOVE: Mom, apple pie, and Mr. Dickey. in REQ R Assemblies were on the rise this year at Northern - students were bubbling over with spirit 3 the teaching staff, along with the student body, exhibited more participation in the activities than ever before. There was an assembly for everyone, ranging from loud pep assemblies to the entertaining talent assemblies in which stu- dents performed their amusing and witty acts. ABOVE: The Spirit of '76 errupts again as the Juniors edge forward for a better View of what's happening. LEFT: The A Cap- pella Choir comes together in reflections of a melody. RIGHT: Seniors burst with spirit at pep assemblies. BELOW: Beasty Geof Miller roams the halls of Northern. LOWER RIGHT: Vida Le- mieux has the beat in her feet at the Pizza Prance. Students resolve to take fate by thi .- .... ., w A W Tx in 5 3 A' , 1 LN 4 K . flaw - E eeee "e- Q 1 4 X hroat, and shake a living out of her , 0 ,W J 1 ,,,, 3 , Ai., 'fr ffl Q N is 3 ,fi f if TOP: Denny Hillman, Brian Lohr, Brian Frazier, and Moe Worden ride their bikes to help create a healthy environ- ment. LEFT: Fire drills bring excitement and hope into stu dents' lives. ABOVE: Here 's Kat enjoying his last leisurely hours of life. To see his conclusion, turn to page 54. Student Council strives for l, 4, L 1-261'-'f , - rw., 4 ,,, .: First Semester Student Council: BOTTOM ROW: L. Scanda- lito, Corresponding Secretary, S. Wilson, Vice President, K. Marcozzi, President, C. Claflin, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: K. Berg, C. Wakeen, J. Hrisca, N, Marcozzi, B. Eveningred, M. Mclntyre, D. Tallmadge, M. Curti, M. Catalina, D. Cease, J. Karl, B. Hind, M. Gordon, E. Nuff, D. Bate, C. Q'Brien, T. Avery, R. Irvine, A. Wil- helm, C. Schwedler. THIRD ROW: D. Dupes, E. Gerlipz, J. Coolidge, L. Riddell, P. Pole, L. Armstrong, R. Gui- zar, L. Stocks, S. Hayden, E. Late, P. Fitzgerald, H. Mactaggart, T. Assaf, S. Wilkinson, M. Francavilla, D. Morris, N. Emma, M. Boukamp, D. Licious, F. Landshoot. FOURTH ROW: D. Baker, C. Ely, M. Kearns, C. Spotrunn, J. McKinch, D. Minus, M. Melms, J. Clark, K. Brohl, C. Trager, J. Ross, B. Pancratz, L. Hayden. FIFTH ROW: C. Senor, 1. Koob, R. St. Coeur, J. Ludy, K. Buckoski, B. Streb, S. Benedict, L. Lynch, L. Thompson, R. Moses, G. Pike, R. Snick, J. Bartlett, M. Peek, J. Smith, 1. Bar- rymore, T. Hyde, S. Guizar, M.J. Faust, C. Schaidt, V. Neck, and S. Sicklesteel. school and local improvements 1, 5. 1 '.i1l'x2n 5 if f' s Q - 5 5 l I - 4 5 s J' rw' i' TOP: Merle Lardner watches her hemoglobin flow for the Student Council sponsored blood drive. LEFT: Kitty Buckoski gives firm support to Mark Willard as he stands up for student riqhtsr ABOVE: President Kevin Marcozzi doctors up first semester Student Council with his home remedies full of new ideas. lmost any system of governmeni ABOVE: Steve Wilson calls the first meeting of the Second Se- mester Student Council to order. UPPER RIGHT: The Burnt- Out ticket QBrian Streeter and Pat Wardj fizzled out when the elec- tion returns came in. RIGHT: Dave Baker questions the parlia- mentarian on the progress of the constitutional revision committee . 1 , Q S vill work if the people will Second Semester Student Council: BOTTOM ROW: J. Bar- rymore, Parliamentarian, B. Barnes, Treasurer, S. Wilson, President, A. Bonadio, Vice President, D. Beauvais, Re- cording Secretary. SECOND ROW: M. Gordon, N. Mar- cozzi, L. Hyde, B. Eveningred, G. Kraft, J. Diaz, B. Povenz, A. Wilhelm, L. Sheldon, T. Abou-Ganim, T, Kearns. THIRD ROW: D. Thurston, L. Tait, M.j. Cain, D. Flanigan, S. Turk, M. Morden, T. Lees, M. Patter- son, K. Berg. FOURTH ROW: D. Hamilton, C. O'Brien, A. McCarthy, Sue Willey, J. Rome, S. Sergent, L. Ross, D. Briscoe, R. Carroll, E. Hyde, M. Crowl. FIFTH ROW: K. Dunn, C. Lorts, J. Szostek, T. Marigold, C. Scanda- lito, L. Vincent, B. Pancratz, W. Weber, R. Daggett, M. Hughes, P. Fulton. SIXTH ROW: M.j. Faust, P. Mil- ler, T. Hyde, A. Moron, D. Baker, D. Ennest, R. Kul- lander, P. Knutt, R. Sheldon, M. Fitzgerald, M. Raftery, M. Willard, D. Gribbons. SEVENTH ROW: Q. Tipp, J. Knowlton, S. Harris, J. Ludy, K. Buckoski, P. Reed, T. Gardocki, R. Moses, S. Boden, B. Worden. TOP ROW: C. Schaidt, R. St. Coeur, R. Corbin, and G. Pike. Honor Society - o dumb bunnies -rv' 'giwj V, ..ff2mS.:g 'Q 4-,M 5 B' ' o S BOTTOM ROW: R. Piechowiak, J. Harrington, B. Barrett, T. Hyde. TOP ROW: S. Andrews, C. Baumstark, S. Smith, S. Berlin, M. Nowiski. SECOND ROW: R. Harland, D. J. Ward, C. Schaidt, S. Boden, D. Thomas, T. Gardocki, Stalker, K. Klein, M.J. Faust, J. Ely, N. Fraser, K. jones, J. Barrymore, S. Mactaggart, and M. McDonnell. , ,, N, r J V I J 3 ? .aff B Drivers' Training - crash, bang, smash 'em up , 5 3 ..,..- wg., . r,i,, W my . 51 f-ff' ,gf IN G 5 gels f. .dj Las Drivers' training is one course every student at Northern has taken or will take during his school years. Learning how to skillfully operate a motor vehicle takes plenty of practiceg it's all worth it though, because when a student gets his license fand his wheelsj, the world is at his fingertips. UPPER LEFT: Tammy Lacey con- fidently steers her car, while her not so confident passengers ride along. ABOVE: jeff Falk calcu- lates the damage done to his car after he overshot his mark. LEFT: This is the result of backing up on an expressway. Debate team moves forward With a record of two wins and six losses in the EML, the Debate team at Northern has come a long way since last year, when their record was no wins and eight losses. The team's hard work has really paid off, and now they have a record they can be a little happier about. This year's topic for Debate was to discuss the pros and cons of changing the method of selecting the President and Vice President of the United States. Additional recognition should also be given to jim Ward for being awarded a trophy for his outstanding accomplish- ments in Debate. ABOVE: Debate Club: Mr. Hayward, Janice Harring- ton, Sue Bombard, jim Ward, Ron Derocher. RIGHT: The opposing teams stood in awe when Ron Derocher made his points for debate. ous avons dans le Club de Francais France would rejoice if it knew that a French Club existed here at Northern. The French Club held busy busi- ness meetings this year that sent the club members away with heartburn as a result of sampling French pastries and Cafe' Au Lait. LEFT: French Club Officers: Kim Rogerson, Sec- retary, Charron Fenbert, President, Chris Liber, Vice President. BELOW: French Club: BOTTOM ROW: L. Jacobs, M. Napolitan, L. Hrisca, G. Pickett, K. King. SECOND ROW: D. Limberg, D. Flanigan, Cat Woman, L. Haddad, L. Ste- phenson, J. Fowler. THIRD ROW: G. Efstratis, K. Rogerson, C. Fenberg, C. Liber, C. Cant- well, C. Bartold. TOP: B. Watkins, B. Napo- litan, D. Wade, C. Lees. Student life does not really be- gin until three o'clock on Friday afternoons. Starting on Monday mornings, students eagerly look forward to that last bell on Friday, the hell that Signals the end of grueling studies and the beginning of another weekend. After school activities range from sitting on a lumpy sofa with a Coke and Watching Batman and Robin, to loud and wild parties. Hooray! It"s three 3 Z I in N, W Sl- Skiing's becoming more popular with students every year. Students spend hun- dreds of dollars annually for the latest in skiing equipment and fashions. Hockey was, and always will be, a popular Sport among youngsters and old- sters alike. This year the students chal- lenged the teachers to a hockey game to be played at Mooretown, Ontario. Who Won? The students of course, with a slam score of eight to five. Ph sical fitness fights flab GAA: BOTTOM ROW: Pam Pemberton, Kathy Stoutmeyer. TOP ROW: Lynda Meade, Martha Moore, Lynne O'Dell SECOND ROW: Darlene Baird, Judy Griffith, Kathy Philips, jane Bland, Theresa Gardocki, and Carol Luckhardt Marie Belkiewicz, Carol Stiver, Physical fitness is an important factor in the lives of all Americans, especially now during the world food shortage. Although over 6573 of the U. S. population is over- weight, many of the girls here at Northern fought the "Battle of the Buldge" by means of physical exercise while having fun at C-AA every Mon- day night. RIGHT: GAA Officers: Martha Moore, Vice-President, Theresa Gardocki, President, and Marie Belkiewicz, Treasurer. Mickie Corp, Barb Dillon. E25 K 5'-nw' it-J Varsity Club promotes skill and agilit f cf ABOVE: Ted Knickerwicker is an all- around sports-man at Northern. LEFT: This N-man experiences the agony of defeat. 1 The Northern Var- sity Club is made up of N-Men and Women, who have all won Varsity sports letters for their outstanding performance in school athletics. Con- trary to popular belief, there ARE girls in the Varsity Club, but they refused to pose for a picture with male chau- vinists present. BOTTOM ROW: K. Miron, M. Renno, B. Rossow, B. Schmitt, D. Langolf, B. Heier, E. Hyde. SECOND ROW: S. Proc- tor, S. Zurick, C. Stiver, J. Rich, S. Boden, M. Miron. THIRD ROW: M. Dykman, K. Kole, K. Montgomery, D. Lapish, D. Mclntyre, D. Dupuis, 1. Bates. TOP: D. McElwee, J. Gunter, T. Halpin, G. Harder, and D. Schindler 47 Bowlers str1ke1n spare time Bowling is a sport that requires skill, coordina- tion, and physical durability. A Husky bowler must be in top physical condition in or- der to weave and bend his way to a perfect strike. This year the twenty -four Northern bowling members made up six teams. Their season started in September and lasted through the winter months. RIGHT: Gayle Pickett and Richie Phillips lcnock down the ten pins. BELOW: Bruce Hurd was an active member of the Northern Bowling Club for the '74-75 season. His fellow bowlers Gayle Pickett, Mar- ' garet Peek, Kevin Wagner, Richie Phillips, and Ellen Peter Watch. Lit Club takes trips through books A' ff I 1435... at N at ia-Q 1. BOTTOM ROW: S. Guizar, B. Streb, T. Hickey, N. Fraser, C. Lees, M. Wright, L. Lynch, C. Povenz. TOP ROW: D. J. Staiger, B. Ludlow. SECOND ROW: B. Cressman, B. DupuiS, D. Watson, E. Thayer, P. Fulton, C. Schaidt. Schmitt, S. Mactaggart, D. Thomas, K. Klein, S. Andrews, Mil 'ti Q F Q 5 f I af . ,T as I Mm Lit Club-Reading, Discussing, Arguing, Making money. Acting out plays, Goofing around, Having fun, Growing every year-Lit Club. FAR LEFT: Lit Club Officers Barb Streb, President, Sandy Schmitt, Vice President, Cathy Povenz, Treasurer- Secretaryg Cathy Lees, Cor- responding Secretaryg and Kathy Klein, Program Direc tor. LEFT: Ed Thayer mag- nifies the concepts of a Mad magazine. Honor IS best an empty bubble I 1 , if A' T we - ' - ,fV' :zen Qigbi I-fga' "W 13.495-.359-A 15? O T ff , .ei3Q. ,Q ewf5g..rxQ3'gQ59ff .1 I .9 wflqf n S-QM: 9 Q 'Ng HH- T "' 19- T or T db -Qui? W ' . az" Q- T1 r n M .1. Q"'V no ZLL A " ' W ,a- .. " 3,5 4 ,1 ,, 1 National German Honorary: BOTTOM ROW M Charbe M Colhns, S Berhn, C Baumstark J Norman, C Tra neau, B. Pancratz, M. Borowski, S. Smlth, K Brown, M ger, E Brooks Melms. TOP ROW: T. Hyde, B. Sagraves, A Johnston Forensics: Acquiring the gift of gab Y Q Forensics is putting your 4 foot in your mouth with your tongue in your cheek. . .giv- ing a very serious speech and Watching the audience laugh. . . giving a recital be- fore judges in competition and later finding out that your shirt tail was untucked . . . trying to impress the judges by smiling all through the speech and finding out that there is a piece of spin- ach caught in your two front teeth. . .forensics is just good ol' fashion fun. 51 Man can rise to the occasion . UPPER LEFT: Steve Boden, Paul Fiori, and Clair Hopkins- Northern's Terrific Trio. UPPER RIGHT: Mike Walsh, alias Safari Sam, watches the game go by. LEFT: Sheryl Sergent is Northern's newest attraction. ABOVE: James Arnot helps beautify Northern Halls. t few know when to sit down ff f 1 ,Y Y' . ME' xt, sf ,O A ,..-4-"' F ,qg.,w-mv---'-m.wwt Q .nm f-ff -A- ABOVE: Cheryl McLeod poses politely for the pic-happy pho tographer. UPPER LEFT: Stu- dents enjoy the wide range of interesting classes at Northern LEFT: Northern's Futuristic class goes Hollywood. 54 A 1,,, -- -1-Izziigw x- X 'x M.,--M AW- ,... .,,.,,,,1..a4eM:-'r',e,..'4:vgw.: 3Bwk,m,.k WM . ,, W. ,.:m:vae . ,gf , ... ,,,.. ..L,: - we M :iiivsefzs A, .: ,. 1-:,.,:,: - ' W 'Tie' ' he K - - .ws Vx, , va I H ,,.q.-w J, Nm, , .. wi - ' ' - LOWER RIGHT: Wes Belling discovers the bad side of Speech when he must clean up after his pizza-making talk. ABOVE: The "shinier" side of Mr. Chapman. UPPER RIGHT: "Spending the night?" inquires Mr. Larry Miller, noting Missy Fitzgera1d's purse in American Heritage class. X !'? - ik! unctuation e vital part of English .l"'5 , P, Ili: yi, "Mtn ,Se i YP N if , L E .393 Q' J UPPER LEFT: jenny Hoover proves the fact that there is never a dull moment in Creative Writing class. UPPER RIGHT: julie Harmon ex- periences the agony of choosing a book in Miss Perry's Individualized Reading class. LOWER RIGHT: Listening to speeches can be a learning experience as julie Dodea tests her skills at cheating. LOWER LEFT: "Take that, Mrs. Go1dsworthy!" exclaims julie Fowler. f Q - I X Mx' i 0 f X an . K r Q in f .3 , - ABOVE: As you can see, Ben Curti, music director for WORW, is a dedicated Emerson, Lake and Palmer fan. ABOVE RIGHT: Is jim Ward seeing something We can't see? RIGHT: Miss Foster's students playing passing the buck-a continuous narrative game. 5 ,ii Eh? Come again? TOP: Communication via body language. LOWER -4 LEFT: Patti jo Brush is tuning out the World by listening to Harry Chapin. LOWER RIGHT: How can '1 Barb Streb smile every morning while reading those boring announcements? RIGHT: Matt Francavilln, Alias Pierre, prepares to fill his role .as "Monsieur Francais" BELOW Laclase esta cousados in his French II class. 'Six N .E-S' 3,331 ,. 4 L 1. ,..v S if Q W P' s,11 if L. Q zz, ,Q - .f It f- 'E Language - a series of squeaks TOP: Even though they enjoy German beer-drinking songs best, Greg Buttrell and john Duval agree to sing "Schnitze1ban.k" for Fraulein Faba. LEFT: "P1ease don't crush my 1over's heart! " pleads Cheryl Rapp. ABOVE: The French are friendly, but Dale Frasier isn't too sure about Lynne Worden when she gets him in the corner. 61 LEFT: "Fire one! !" thinks Jerome Stevenson as he aims at his Math teacher. RIGHT: Stew Benedict calculates how to put the Tangram game together. BELOW: joe Brennan takes time out in Mr. Dineen's fifth hour Algebra 3 class to give his famous interpretation of former President Nixon. f ou got the curves, bab -' ELEMEN 1 55 C75 VCA4.c:uL.us .R+ got the angles UPPER LEFT: Kim Farley, Leslie Patzke and Mark Carman play pic-up-Stix in Geometry. TOP RIGHT: See? - Math is even boring to teachers LEFT: Super Blynn enlightens Lezlie Rucker on how to be squared! ABOVE: Sarah Tomion finally figured out that only the cir- :les will fit on the pegs - is this really Cal- :ulus class? istory is merely gossip ABOVE: Crazy Craig runs loose afer Psych class. UPPER RIGHT: "Oh! ! You know what I mean! " exclaims Chris Liber while explaining her newspoints in P. O. D. class. RIGHT: Me, be dishonest? ! " says Rich Moses as Mr. Green catches him cheating on newspoints in second hour P. O. D. class. Il 2 fm X 4 1 ., f .5 . 1-A ABOVE RIGHT: Students in Mr. Young's civics class flock around the bulletin board to learn of the November 5 election. LEFT: Stu- dent or teacher? Robbin Sheldon plays a dou- ble role. UPPER LEFT: Social Studies classes prove to be in popular demand. r , . 3 ' b A ABOVE: "WoW, Mr. Hanton! I've never been so interested in my life," says Vicky Koehn. UPPER RIGHT: "I should have figured that Witch's bread would be black," says Jim Koob during the Great Pumpkin experiment in Mr. Heide- mann's Chemistry class. RIGHT: The best part of Biology is romping through the woods. Most scientists are bottl vashers and button sorters TNA I 5 -4"'45lQ1-fag. .ossxvxgeb E ' kv' UPPER LEFT: Cathy Trager - human fly trap at work! UPPER RIGHT: This frog looks like he is needeep in trou ble. LEFT: One of these days Chemistry Won't amaze us at all! ! ! ' ABOVE: Sue Peters gets more studying done in the peace and quiet of the hall. RIGHT: Ellen Waters cashes in on Dennis Raetzel's knowledge of the cash register as Matt Bennett looks on. Fast fingers 8a outhful figure if f . S F . ' W -A lf ei. xqw S lelp in Bus. Ed. SL C0-op x ri., 5 sy' if so , ,ax , 1 mmm- TOP: To John Steinborn it couldn't have been a better day in sixth hour Personal Typing - he actually got more than one line done on his timing! ABOVE: "Huh! You call this hard work? ", laughs Marlyn Postill as she describes her job as sec- retary in the Co-op office. Looking ahead in Special Ed. ABOVE: Mrs. Smith helps Donald Durst and Chuck Fogarty catch up on world news. RIGHT: Verna Beadle hooks a rug for one of her projects in Special Ed. 4' Q- , , 953 'Www 5' ., an v sims Librar - where the dead come to life X , 3 ? Z RIGHT: Chuck Fogarty pushes. BELOW: Librarians - Mrs. jones, Mrs. Wypych, and Mrs. Wismer. S Boom! EOTTOM ROW: Jeri Anglebrandt, Mary Jo Cain, Lynn tocks, Sheryl Hastings, Donna Matthews. SECOND ROVV Mariann Haas, Leeann George, Diane Flanigan, Robin Ir- vine, Cheryl Reaume, Debbie Peters, Celia jones. THIRD ROW: Chris Madej, Barb Dillon, Jayne Willing, Darlene Baird, Charlene I-Iustek, Judy Kogelschatz, Carolyn Blatt, Cathy Welch, Elise Jackson, janet Wagar, Vicki Koehn, Mike Adair, Vickie Lacey. TOP ROW: Mike McTevia, Ron Derocher, Pam Fretenborough, jan Corp, Anne Proctor, Debbie Rynties, Carolyn Holmes, Carol Allen, Tim Stephenson. Betty Crocker SL Duncan HIHG' -vi r 2 X .Mn 1. TOP: Becky Rome, Sherie Genaw, and Sue McCoy are happily hooking in Creative Needlework. CENTER LEFT: Judy Pincomb and Bonnie Smith try to entertain Bonnie's sister with their farm toys. RIGHT: Miss Galoit demonstrates what she is good at - hooking rugs. 531285 Vu mroducePi1lsbur Doughbo CENTER RIGHT: When they can't get to a roaring campfire to roast their marshmallows, Pearl Pincomb, Teri Armstrong, and Nancy Sanderson settle for the next best thing. BOTTOM: On the more sophisticated side, Miss Sevigny's Foreign Foods students prepared a Fondue. LEFT: Debbie Gossman and Laura Byers dis- cover the advantages of Baking. 5,,,,....----'-2 ,es iiyy A f F 4- ,Q--F' 1 gig' ,, V "fi" RIGHT: Louis Moser follows up on a ball in gym class. LOWER LEFT: Debi Tallmadge is going to be decked by a ring in Deck Tennis if she doesn't start paying atten- tion! LOWER RIGHT: Tim Hickey pulls weights and muscles. Blood, sweat, am 15.2 L little Ban roll-on! I! nm? aa V117 , ,,,,.,,,,,,,.,, ,. .5 ::x I i i ABOVE: It's a field day of hockey for girls' gym class when the sun shines. LEFT: UNGGHI-IH! ! ! Tom Price just may have a hernia while working out on the press bench. Tinker toys and baked good RIGHT: Maurice "Geppetto" Roe recreates Pinoc- chio in wood shop. TOP LEFT: "just call me As- sistant Foreman, " says Linda Boman, our first lady of Power Mechanics. ABOVE: "Wow! This place can make anybody go crazy! ! " screams Fred Wis- son about Power Mechanics. otrs i ff ' - fr i if we ' ' W We J few 1 -ff. i : V, 'ff Q V, ,, ,,..f S. , , f 1,m,. Vrf, , Egwfe, , . if x 'Q as n W Z 3 3 RIGHT: Julie Fowler and Debbie Becker get drafted in Mechanical Drawing. BEF LOW: Dan Reed laughs while working on a car in Auto Shop, but it won't be so funny when the sparks turn into flames!! J 'N ..,,.. Band play WM lround H R f - . a.,, "u" K Q jf., ' V 'Nmz . 'gm . ae ,. ,VTX rg :ligzgllff gg.. A fix 'Q' r k..r rf s K . QQ 1 5' ' R ip .vase 4 nv' Q' RIGHT: Sit along with the MARCHING Band ! !? BELOW: Members of the Concert Band play. bf I K T TOP: The A Cappella choir singing in their first assembly BELOW: Choir officers, LEFT TO RIGHT--Sue Kemp, As- sistant Treasurer, Sandy Smith, Presidentg Bob Schoettle, Vice-Presidentg Carman Carpenter, Secretary. Not seen, but always heard is Raelynn Daggett, Treasurer. LOWER RIGHT: The ninth grade Ensemble. T fini wg , ,, CQ an ' is 3 A A 5 Life is but a song vnu.. ABOVE LEFT: Rob Corbin and Marlon Smith practicing their duet. ABOVE RIGHT: Stacy Bennett trains for the tongue wrestling champion- ship. 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T o O 0 O 2 0 losses The Girls Tennis Team smashed their way to another undefeated season. They are EML Champions for the third consecutive year! Plus, they won the State Regionals at Oakland University. All the members of the varsity Won matches at the regionals. Heather Mactag- gart won the singles championship. She then made it to the semifinals in the State Cham- pionships before she succumbed to the opposition. The junior Varsity Wasn't quite as suc- cessful but they did win three out of their five matches. demolish their foes PI-IN 2 O 5 5 4 3 wins perfe ct stroke . junior Varsity: BOTTOM: Debbie Dykman. TOP: Cheryl Artman, Briggite Pancratz, julie Dodea, Shelia Wilton, Colleen Malane, Lori Bouchard, Chris Pepper. SC OREBOA RD East Detroit Grosse Point South Lapeer Port Huron Mt. Clemens OPP. 3 5 O O 1 2 losses UPPER LEFT: Lori Bouchard nimbly moves to 'the ball. LOWER LEFT: Colleen Malane watches Chris Pepper's s The Huskie wrestlers were fortunate this year, their wins topped their losses. Many new dimensions were added to Huskie wrestling meets. Cer- tainly the niost signifi- cant of these were the Matinaids. Cheering frantically the Matniaids Were an inspiration to the Wrestlers. BELOW: Two Huskie j.V. Wres- tlers show why they use Dial and wish everybody else would. Wrestlers are aggressive Matmaids: BOTTOM ROW: T. Peter- Harry I-Iuskie, J. Clark. Missing: P. son, S. Andrews, C. Claflin. SECOND Fulton. L. Horn. and T. Hyde. ROW: L. Hyde, C. Brown. TOP ROW: But Matmaids steal the show if W., , www ,W4mgp1,,, nl fi i j z g ir Q, Ty, .fm ,Mmm I K ,,:,,,,,,.-.zf,..,, , ,::..,,,. . 1 .. , ,..., , ' I ' L ABOVE LEFT: Greg Butirell is declared victor of the match by one of the of- ficial referees. ABOVE RIGHT: Kirk Heier and Greg Buttrell exhibit the prop- er take down techniques to Northern students during the Wrestling assembly. Varsity Wrestling Team: BOTTOM ROW: K. King, N. Dodea, D. Castello. SEC- OND ROW: E. Hyde, F. Webb, S. Krafft, K. Heier, G. Buttrell. TOP ROW: B. Rich manager, J. Genaw, R. Shaw, G. Harder, S. Moody, D. Wil- helm, Coach Baker. Missing: S. Anderson. Good guys always finish last g3f , xi Q Dx if 1011 Ol' Of' ni! X , ?g si 3 1 Qf+' t w.. -Q. Q .VK arriers run to city championship The 1974 Huskies' Cross Country Team was coached by Glenn Buhagier. This year's team posted a fine 8-6 record. Leading the way for the Huskies were Co-captains Steve Boden and Mike Miron, The highlight of the season for the Huskies was winning the City Cham- pionship against Port Huron Central, Marys- ville, and Port Huron High. Coach Buhagiar remarked that this year's team had more potential than any team he had ever coached. All-City Awards Went to Steve Boden, Kirk Heier, Howard Henderson, and Mike Miron, capping off the best season in re- cent years for the Northern Cross Country Team. The foundation is laid for a possible E. M. L. Championship next season. BOTTOM ROW: Milce Miron, Steve Boden. TOP ROW: Coach Buhagiar, Don Miron, Kirk Schmidt, Kirk Hei- er, Don Bragg, Steve Schindler, Brad Heier. ABOVE: Don Miron is out for his Sunday trot. RIGHT: Steve Boden trains for a big meet. ,fr g f, f W ,,...... Ei -2 - i"t" w : gg 'T FW? , - , " ga no za 'X2- f W 5 ,. ., ,,,..t,,,,, 5 ',.' 55555 - - - fl i. ? Q3 i aii, - -- -- vsfi O 12 255252 -fi- -.5 1 - .,,L I 133.15 I Q f' 5 T ,C ,." ..,,,' - , ff i .- Z 'v,g-- f 11- y-ws.: ' . .K sw-,,,.,W, --ie ,,K,.-- . l ' , ,M - W MR' - f rf 22923 Wi P43 Tiff be Gia ,LQ J ,- We ' ' he 9 " JM , 1 1' f 5 F 2152555 B5 5 W H M ...Mg ,W HM M ,Ag J My X? migdiwg L J f f 33, as X , 4, . Q , f' F? g ll, . n, ,T ggi t if' f 3 5 if XV M 2 9 'T L' fax' 44:53 gi f , W f. ,- I 4 W5-im E! Q nz,- Q f 556 xl f 1 A Gil! W 'L HIE! . 1 , v W 5 H: I II ,s 5 if w e - . ,H EF H' it 52 I 'S if in J 5 Eg l fi lg ! Q i , 1 1 ,, ' W i 352' ,,'1. as ,WEP 262 EE A Q i Q? .... ,, ,, ..-4 sl: 1 is uf an ! 4 U 'ia 'if'g v A1 A ' - , , :f A- veg, .grfslfmzmf W- .4 si . f - 43,13 ' ,,.,. gt 1 3 Q I .rw It 1 Q41 , 5 . 'f E12 . AZT 2' E ,.,,,. - sd 4.2 ' ,EES an I W O? f ,, ,S B 2 Q ij' 25 ,ll . 'M tl . ll all ill Golf team has a disappointing season The 1974 Husky Golf Team posted a disappointing season this fall by recording six Wins and ten losses. The Huskies dis- played great improvement toward the end of the season, by placing second in the EML, and first in the city championship. Leaders of this year's team were Tom Price, Mike Nurenburg, and Scott Berdan all shooting in the low forties. Mr. Komph commented, "This was one of the Worst seasons in many years, due to the underclassmen's lack of experience. " BML Record 1 4-4 Overall Record' 10-14 City Meet . 1575 EMI. Meet aty' 2 lli ' Zlld Regionals 931 UPPER LEFT: Jim Emery watches the ball as it sails toward the green. UPPER RIGHT: Tom Price follows through to a good personal season. LOWER LEFT: Chris Overly and Scott Berdan look for Easter eggs in the Annual Easter Egg Hunt. Twinkle twinkle httle stars The North Stars were a driving force behind the renewed spirit at North- ern. Their performances at football and basketball games entertained the spectators during the long half -time Wait. Some other activities the members undertook were making home -made bread to raise money for new uniforms, and travel- ing to intermediate schools to entertain the troops. UPPER LEFT: Northern Stars catch a breeze as they do their thing to the "Sting". UPPER RIGHT: Becky Barnes and Sheryl Curtis are caught in a blur of action. Badminton chicks chase the biedies BOTTOM ROW: B. McFadden, C. ROW: C. Vincent, W. Wurmlinger, Haynes. SECOND ROW: S. Weston, I. B. Ptaszynski. TOP ROW: N. Vigrass, Thomas. TI-HRD ROW: B. Gardener, T. Durand, K. Bishop. M. Moore, I.. Boukamp. FOURTH i The Girls' Badminton Team swatted their way through another Season, smashing defenseless little birdies through the air. ABOVE: "Watch the birdie," exclaims Sandy Weston. LEFT: Wendy Wurmlinger reaches out for the shuttle cock as Kris Bishop looks on. Huskie speed demons fly high .,,,,,,,,,g ' ' 2 If : K an-ff L, fl UPPER LEFT: Close only counts in horseshoes and hand- grenades. UPPER RIGHT: Steve Boden gives Mike Miron a headstart. LOWER RIGHT: A fan escapes the excite- ment of the track meet. LOWER LEFT: Clair Hopkins eludes his opponents by heading up the rear. Girls bounce their way through season SCOREBOARD Overall Q rx -s...-:sm-r, . .. . --1-. X iw --,--r f ' f 2 5-5 eree Nw at - rrybbrr ,A 'gi l The 1974 Girls Basketball Team com- pleted its first season under the coaching of Miss Fugiel and Mrs. Harwood. The varsity showed great spirit and the will to sacrifice a little extra in making their first season a success. Despite the lack of .- large crowds Coften several people showed upl to spur them on, the girls made the best out of the lack of support they did have. Learning to dribble, pass, and shoot was their main objective. The girls supplied many moments of spills and thrills. The ice has now been broken for them to excel in sports just as their counter- parts have done for years. TOP LEFT: Theresa Gardocki drops in another two points for the Huskies. TOP RIGHT: Martha Moore strips the ball a- way from a Central offender. BOTTOM: Celesete Lewis, Carrie Laskey, Martha Moore, Manager Louise Hyde, Xnn Raftery, Marie Belkiewicz, Judy Pincomb, TOP: Treasa Geelen, Pat McKin- ey, Terry Hyde, Theresa Cardocki, Micky Finchner, Lynn O'Dell, Linda Meads, ,at Miller. Huskies suffer deflated season ,ff 1 - for UPPER LEFT: jumping two defenders, Clair Hopkins scores my RIGHT: Clair Hopkins weasels his Way in to take a shot. , ABOVE: "Move and l'll shoot, " threatens Mark Conger. Qu Egg? Q any Af' D gil? x li iff! f I 93' Nqmgyqr filfff? Al iii' I l Basketball at Northern has yet an- other year to prove itself. Although bet ter than last year's team, it has a long way to reach the top. Players were frustrated and disappointed in them- selves, but continually showed determination. The Huskie Captain, Steve Boden, was excellent from the free -throw line, and the rest of the team tried hard to bring a winning season to Northern. So all we can do is wait until next year. . . V , ' 7 we ,, 4. f - ,,lf 2 , is I - ygyyg li ' '1" , P A . . fi -:fr " 'e 1 UPPER LEFT: Steve Boden and Jessie Gunter watch the game slip away. MIDDLE RIGHT: An unfamiliar sight, as the Huskies gain two points. BOTTOM ROW Mlke Renno, Clair Hop Paul F1or1, Mark Kearns, Mark Conger, kms, Steve Boden, Jessie Gunter, Kevin Dave McElwee, Bruce Robbins, Rick W . pivets past opponents Northern's J. V. Basketball Team was a ray of light to many of Northern's basketball fans. Being one of the few Winning teams, J. V. victories were vic- tories for everyone here at Northern. The Hustling J. V. Team is a bright promise for a future Win- . . :gui ning Varsity team at PHN. RIGHT: Brad Bates and Brian Clark wait patiently for a rebound in the PHN--Rose- ville game. A1 BOTTOM: K. Schmidt, E. Schmidt, J. Conger, M. B. Clark, P. Conlen, M. Booker, L. Gunter, L Shagena, T. Stephenson, J. Hazelwood. SECOND Rucker, ROW: Coach Bates, R. Leveille, T. Houle, B. Bates, Frosh dribblers dampen opponents .M ,J , , .5 . , ,, V , " -W . af " ia., , ga g Q The Freshman basket- ball men showed good po- tential by dribbling around and all over their opponents. ' And by the time they get to be varsity players they promise to be real good. BOTTOM ROW: T. Bateman, S. Quanstrom, D. Olery, S. Lorts, J. Karrmarm, T. Schra- der. SECOND ROW: A. Balogh, H. Johnston, T. Abou-Ganhim, T. Schultz, D. Etheridge, P. Rogers, K. Mclelland, W. Peeling, T. UPPHK LEFT: Mike McTevia is well armed for battle. Wilson, G. Bodine, T. Howard. THIRD ROW: Coach Haas, T. Kearns, T. Wilson, S. Dalen- burg, P. Moody, M. McTevia, D. Moore, S. StCouer, S. Miller, J. Wine, Coach Dahlke. 10 4 Tennis Team scores love Ill! . M--, qconcu -lessee. 9 S' .0 fig fiiiaiiigiim 451 f i 3. - M H :fe safggiw 'iwlf Qfvflf.. A fl BOTTOM: S. Zurick, M. Dykman, D. Dupuis, T. Assaf, C Bloch. TOP: P. Brain, Coach Taggart. Missing: D. McIn- tyre, U. Stink. All of the racket on the courts this year came from the comics of the tennis team. Once they got smashed, they were often called for double faulting. One time P. Brain got so mad that he double-faulted a Whole set. That was the reason for everyone throwing tennis balls and cans at him in the team picture. Most of the players played the game well - taking advantage whenever possible, and even though they appear to be hams, they are only trying to impress the girls. The audacity of the team was that they even made "love" on the court. RIGHT: M. Dykman shows his cool by hitting a backhanded forehand. fDon't let him fool ya - actually it is one of those paddles with a ball and string attached.j i ' Sw- If at first . . . cry, cry again rif.f10 A Rah rah girls are great! Although they had little to cheer about, the 1974-'75 Varsity Cheerleaders came to be the sport season's Best Show. They were well or- ganized and tried to inject some much needed spirit when the events were lacking crowd ap- proval: even when the cheers didn't go exactly as planned, the girls were still entertaining. ' BOTTOM ROW: Sandee johnson, SECOND ROW: Penny Bak- er, Debbie Morris, Shelly Aldrich, THIRD ROW: Jodi Brown, TOP ROW: Brenda Smith. E ' UPPER RIGHT: Varsity Cheerleaders arouse the crowd at a football game. LOWER RIGHT: Brenda Smith and Jodi Browl jump into action. K .:, .. kiy- f ,::,, p W... Q ,, qt UPPER LEFT: J.V. Cheerleaders perform between quarters ABOVE: Sue Szelog and Karen Stephens prepare for the b1g game. LEFT: BOTTOM ROW: Sue Szelog, Mary Kay Arm bruster, Rocky Guizar. SECOND ROW: Karen Stephens, Wendy Wurrnlinger, Betsy McFadden. Depth keys Winning season The 1974 Husky Football Team completed its nine -game schedule with a 5 win-4 loss record. Northern's first game was against a tough Grosse Pointe North team, a team which Northern has never defeated in the past four years. The Huskies dominated the game Win- ning 19-15. Northern was hit by the injury bug early in the season with nine players out with broken bones, concussions, and sprains. The Huskies began the year with three con- secutive wins, a feat which no other Husky team has achieved. At that time the Detroit Free Press rated Northern tenth best in the state, a very high honor which everyone in the school and community should be proud of. if' if UPPER RIGHT: Kevin Montgomery and Bob Schmitt rejoice after a Husky touchdown. LOWER LEFT: Dan Langolf and Ii Koob rush on the field after a turnover. LOWER RIGHT: Sha wn Anderson, Dave Weiner, and Bill Rossow discuss team strategy with Mr. Armstrong. Team spirit and unit pa off 13- , N 7 "V i ' H4 - .N A , ' ' V A:f1',Qs:.l' V .K V . f , ,f, V ,.r,.1,vf f, 1 The offensive line takes a breather while Quarterback l Dave Lapish talks to Coach Bates. SCORBEBOARDW ,ii E :VV , kfkk,, ,ij , , n , Grosse Pte. North 15 Roseville B 0 yy at Warren Wds. -Cousino y 12 Mt. Clemens T Port Huron n Wi B Best Detroit 19 30 14 0 22 6 ,35 . O 22 6 37 15 35 22 5 wins 4 losses Stevenson t Grosse Pte. South 14 Ferndale l . . 'hhh f u's. Y 'fs 1 Q Q Y 1- H , .. 3 .. ., ,... .,,t ..t. K ,--- - H - '- ' s At ' A t,-t ' t , --- ' i is W Q' 3. " ' ,ks K? M Q W T i , . . M. -- ig K ,... t X L sq, , . . - ys- K 5 I L - - ,- ,. ' -' 5 2- . at 5 t 2 ' i tees E W -1-FQTLRQ g a .. st Q 2 sa: ' , S 2 ': , T so f pf t ?r'i.QZl 1 S ,. -- C I s S ' A' ' . i ,. 1 A T T W 1 Varsity Football: BOTTOM ROW: Bob Schmidt, Mike Ren- ver, Tim Hickey, Brent Baird, Rick Bonin, Dan Schindler, no, Steve Moody, Taco Gonzales, Kevin Montgomery, john Duval, Tom Halpin, Mike Hughes, Dan Langolf, Greg Harder, Bill Rossow, Scott Reese, 2nd ROW: Mark Sheldon, Dave Weiner, Monte Sheldon, Harry Schnepp, Charlie Sti- jeff Osgood, Rick Meads, TOP ROW: Bill Evans, joel Ge- naw, Mark Dykeman, john Rich, Dave Lapish, Shawn An- derson, Clair Hopkins, jim Koob, Kevin Kole, Dave Mc- Elwee, jeff Brown. Huskies eliminate opposition UPPER LEFT: Shawn Anderson finds a hole and runs for the goal line. UPPER RIGHT: john Rich lunges for extra yards against Grosse Pointe North. LOWER LEFT: John Rich drive hard taking two Grosse Pointe defenders with him. LOWER RIGHT: The Huskies' defense awaits the snap of the ball. J.V. Football almost has winning season TOP ROW: Ed Peters, Dave Smith, Bob Andrews, Tony I-Ioule, Bob Shaw, Brad Bates, Bill Rock, john Taylor, Dave Bloch, Louie Gordon, Ev Hyde. SECOND ROW: Coach Pete Woods, Jud Winters, jim johnson, jerry Conger, Mark Mor- den, Mike Shagney, john Houston, Al Holmes, Marv Shag- nee, jim Martian, Steve Bringard, Pat Conlan, Coach john Haas. THIRD ROW: Tedd Bradley, Bob Bell, Rick Leveille Steve Collins, Matt Foley, Tim Spiess, Richard Costello, Ed Brennan, Matt Abbe, Mark Patterson, Tim Ward. z,- K , l ll l -, 3 Iii? L. f A V '.,e- 5 P so - , , ri.. gli! ,, 3 -- With a record of three and five Our team had trouble staying alive. The season Went flying by And all our team could do was try. But trying was not good enough Because all the other teams were too tough. Unfortunately our team came in almost last So let's not talk about 1. V. 's past! Frosh: Lack of experience made up in spirit The 1974 Freshmen Football Teams experienced what it is like playing schools that have had inmediate football, losing a i total of eleven games and winning only four. This was the first year that our school has had teams without any intermediate football experience. The results due to this lack of experience was obvious. The Blue Team was coached by Craig Dahlke and Tim Redmond. Mr. Hanton and joe Marone were at the helm of the Gold Team. Although the records were not im- pressive, Northern should be proud of the positive attitude and 'never say die' spirit that is sure to be a great factor in the future. it ,E.,11 6 - ,-: ii- - GoLD:fi ittittt T sttt iie f C pp S The Gold Team takes a short breather to listen to their 'C Mr. Hanton. K BOTTOM ROW: jeff Cornwell, Mike Rock, john Armstrong, ug, john Crimmins, john Ceverson, jim Hayden, TOP ROVN Nick Dodea, Manual Conzelez, Dave Costello, Mike Acker, Joe Margac, Cedwiok Evans, john Howard, Tim Howard, Bruce Thompson, joe O'Connor, SECOND ROW: Jeff Evans, Frank Landshoot, Tom Wilson, Bob Harris, Dave Ellis, Rus: Rip Martin, Chris Madne, Tony Gamin, David jones, Mark Kidd, Rob Mclselland, Steve Miller, Don Minor, Tim Stu- Ullenbrook, Craig Smith, Mark Coughenhour, Steve DFSSS- daker, Steve Alexander. Gold Coaches, Dan Hanton, and er, Paul Moody Tl-HRD ROW: Bill Stine, Scott Dollinberd, joe Marone. Blue Coaches, Craig Dahlke, and Tim Billie Johnston, Brian Shagnee, Chuck Robinson, Kevin Mil- Redmond. ler, Shawn Proctor, Carl Swadler, Steve Lorts, Dickie Kra- Girls Volley for action 4 BOTTOM ROW: j. jackson, 1. Wagar, S. Wild, M. Bel- kiewicz,'B. Schultz, N. Kinert. SECOND ROW: D. Cana- van, R. Norton, L. Shaw, T. Durand, M. Moore, j. Do- dea, L. Mordis, K. Wagar, H. Mactaggart, Miss Fugiel. his - 1 Q i - ff so ABOVE: Patti Miller watches in awe as Heather Mactaggart wal- lops the ball over the net. RIGHT: "Come on, baby, let's make this a good one!" thinks Marie Belkiewicz as she awaits the next serve. TOP ROW: H. Lucas, L. Meade, L. O'De11, P. Miller, T. Gardocki, L. Armstrong, 1. B and, S. Sergent, P. Harvey, J. Dodea. The Girls' Volleyball Team Wound up the season. They did really Well this year. Both the Varsity and the J. V. played excellently throughout the season. They also displayed excellent sportsmanship throughout the season. They also got ex- cellent new uniforms this year. The Var- sity had horizontal stripes and the 1. V. had Vertical stripes on their shorties. All in all they had an excellent season While they were Wearing their excellent new uni- forms throughout the year. 114 I 'V .av A small gathering of first year girls converse while they partake of the luncheon offered in the school dining room Bubble gum and arbie dolls? Mike Adair julia Ady Leila Alam Elizabeth Alderson " ' s A Scott Alexander I Steve Alexander Tom Alexander Charles Allen Judy Allen Karen Allen Amy Anderson Jennifer Andreae Lynn Anglebrandt Mary Arends John Armstrong Betsy Atkinson Andy Balogh Gary Barber Kathy Barthel Brad Bartlett .Q- F s x x Wifi' :Rei FY? ,DQ - 1 'qs "Q 2 1314- L fish gi 3 as fu if , e if , .0 J N.. 4. I -2 ' 'iv 66, t ' Mx u , i""'n lx. 1 vfrwf Tim Bateman Mona Bauer Verna Beadle Bethany Berden Kristin Berg Mark Bettinger Susan Bettridge Carolyn Blatt Pam Bogert Helen Boman Linda Bombard Gary Bonin Linda Borra Cheryl Boughner Debbie Brandl Dennis Brennan Ernestine Bristle Kim Brown Rod Brown jay Brueggeman Steve Burdan Vicki Burleigh Doug Burns Mary jo Cain Debby Canavan Kathie Cansfield Sandy Caplinger pi Mt i, , 1 Zii x ,fy ax t c . b 2 2 if-' ' 'Q V Q 1 9, 4? ' W ll Michael Carl Mary Ann Carrier D avid C aste llo Sonya Chafty Amy Charles Craig Chopp Gayler Christler Scott Clingenpeel Leanne Coggins Kelly Coke X XX lr fs--A tgp ix l X 52's legs we mfr: 5 . 1 ,QS EZ ABOVE: Mary McIntyre, one of the twelve freshmen wh ran for class office, gives her campaign speech. O 117 A BOVE : Debi Tallmadge flinches as she finds the tuna fish sandwich her mother made two weeks ago. Brenda C ollingwood Q25 X a dawg . , n 12" ,N X i D1-me Cole C N M Q ,F + if 4 X ,L 3 Lori Collins Randy C ollins Rick Collins Cindy C onlen Terri Conn Win Cooper .,,. 'J A -'n-sep, 3' 3 2 ,... a 53 .2253 a N.. - ..k, 4, ,M 1 x W., rri Haifa, X . XF it X Li ta ,., ,Y , rrr or M iii ff 1 ., fee- iiri 31 gait fi? if a Barb Corbin Gerald Cornwell Jeff Cornwell Dave Coronado Michelle Corp Mark Coughenhour Ed Crirnmins john Crimmins David Currie Ian Currier Martha Curti Ted Curtiss Liz Dailey Scott Dalenburg Dave Dampier Debbie Dandron Martha Davidson Theresa Dawson Nancy Dean Bob Deater Kathleen Debein Eric Dennis Lee Devere aux Sue Dewey Freshman d1scove -125: 1 ' s,,2e'zzg,. . ,, . .sires sf' Xi r ': I Fx , V -as ,- is i x!! " I.-:s : - f- ,. - ..r.,. A ' . . ,f alters ,. .. , M f ,,. if W X X X , Xljx as a rzl. Q C ia i fa 1: I :Ay --T-..g.,5: A . la X C , new wa of life we is L .wfwgg e 55 is E Q sm Q -fy S l qo- Y ,XX sg gf .t x S ei X. ' , ia? Q is . 1 fm? in-:fi A it si S l S jesse Diaz Gail Dickinson Steve Dillon Anita Dionne Nichola Dodea Patrick Donnellon Kathy Dornfeld Steve Dresser Sheryl Drouillard Tom Dykeman Amy Eagle Pam Easton Mike Edie Manuel Efstratis David Ellis Cheri Endelmann Steve Engelgau Dwight Etheridge jeff Evans Brenda Eveningred Pam Fadell Joe Falk Scott Falk Debbie Fead "Wonder Woman" Kim Brown walks across ceilings. X O of i ,A My N xx 0 N nag? QI K A 119 Grade Dean Vince Bonacci: Freshman backstabber! Jim Faulkner Micky Feichtner Tim Feick Doug Fiedler Rodney Fiedler Jeff Fisher Sharon Flanigan Paul Fleming Freshmen love Nancy Fleury Sharon Fogal Robert Foglesong Tammy Forsyth Karen Frazer Pam Frazer Martha Fre de ndall Pe nn Frete nb orou Y Lynnette Fritch julie Frizzle Ron Fuller Darlene Fulton Kevin Gardner Dan Gates Cheryl Geelen Patricia Genaw Barb Gerrow Shelly Gertz Cindy Gibson Ralph Giese Mike Gillies Paul Gillihan Ann Marie Giroux Manuel Gonzales f 4 fa ai! . 2 Q, y , 4 4 - za wa s 0 F if f ur 3 fi 'wr 1 7 Kim Goodrich Mary Gordon Sharon Gorski Anne Grasel Gerrard Graw Mike Green Judy Griffith Ge orge Gub a Bambi Guertin Andrew Gutierrez Mariann Haas Linda Haddad Fred Haight Cindy Hamilton Debra Hamilton Tim Harmer 'X wa.-W ,Q .,.. ,J at A f I Bonnie Harneck Darrell Harper Pam Harrington jeff Harris Robert Harris Eugene Harrison Mark Hartel Karen Havens jim Hayden james Hayes Staate Haywood jeff Heltman Amy Henderson Stacia Hensley julie Hieston , X Freshman girls Kim Brown, Sue Szelog, Mickie Fiechtner and Terry Conn experience new and different tastes at Northern. 121 Linda Hillis Suellen Hillcock Marsha Holmes Tim Holesb eke C athy How ard John How ard Thomas Howard Tim Howard Julie Hrisca Steve Hughes Arlene Hulverson Richard Hunter if-, ef A if E, A an w . ,. -M r ra ra raa J arrrah J ,r,r lharoa J 7 '55 .dbx va: 1 1 'S mafia, ' A4 J if f A x 'f X 4 Wd 'Wal Mrs Goodrich points out an interesting centerfold to Vickie Wynkoop in FUTURE SCHOLASTICS. Leigh HYSIOP J. :fe Louise Hyde ' ,ffxq f. ,zwf , - -',f faggifq Robin Irvine , Elizabeth Isabell ,gg .5 4 . my -. ., .,-M. A -W ' 5' 'H w aa' 3 ""k M -V ,r wt, 5 A Julie Jackson A U Lenard Jackson 9 Q tzkiig H Q 5 9 1. Janet Jaminson ii Jeanne Jansen 4 lg Mike Jenkins m WL Classie Johnson Wendy Johnson Billie Johnston ' ' . Wi Gre g J ohnston Harvey Johnston William Johnston Gary Jones -, 1-I' .5 'f.', - ,. mm,, V , Karen Jones Randy jones Alan Kalaf Kelly Kalish jim Karrmann Becky Kearns Tim Kearns Karen Keller Cindy Kent Randy Kibbe Russell Kidd David Kimball james Kincaid Daniel King Patricia Kinnee Roger Kish Sandra Knapp Robert Knowles Thomas Kohlman jim Kastoff jerry Kraft Richard Kraus Kathy Krause Kim Kuhr Viclde Lacey Brian Lamb Ben Lander Frank Landshoot Daniel Lapish Cari Lasky Mariann Lazurka Patricia Leahy Phillip Ledsworth gs 'C N A Larry Lee 2' Roy Lee .ivs 1 Gary Leneway Joe Lepage Dan Lester janice Lewandowski Jere Little Mary Livingston Tammy Locke Edward London Carol Longley Steve Lorts 4 Secretary jan Turner flashes that smile that makes fresh- men feel so good! Anne Luce jeff Lynn Lois Lynch Doug MacDonald Torrie Mackie Mark MacRury Judy Mageski Judy Mahosky Freshmen are Diane Majeski Chris Manep Karen Manz Kyle Manz Mike Marcero Nancy Marcozzi joe Marsark Brian Martain Anna Matthews Donna Matthews John Matthews Shelli May Sandy McAllister Tina McCa11'non Anne McCarthy Jim McCleary Carolyn McCoy Connie McGregor Marty McIntyre Mary Mclntyre Carol McKenzie Rob McLeLland Robert Mc Mullin Mike McTevia W 2' X N s LAX Wi, ag? . Q32 QVJ exciting! 2 ax ' f "2 ' ' 4 with ' ,, - W., . fi LQ ., ., X 'f Nw, ,W S 1 2- ' if 39-I 4,, ,Q ,A kk 'if H 45 - C A ii! 4" 1 11 N ' -V' 'T-if if V R " 1 'Mrs ef 4, 1' ef W nil' 'V sg , 25 , , ig W . X . A Cheryl Mechan Lynda Meade Donna Miller Greg Miller James Miller Kevin Miller Steve Miller Don Minor Rita Montgome Paul Moody Dan Moore Cindy Morden JoAnn Morley Dave Moser Deanna Mosher Kelly Moulton 333 l 2 Sw K l -rw CQ ll s i 3 .1 Y " I V : is he N lx WT 'wiv Janet Murphy Kathy Myels Barb Napoliton Dave Netter Patty Neumann Marilyn Newton Deanna Nichols Susan Nichols David Nofs Toni Norman Kathy Norris john Nowiski john Obermesk Chris O' Brien Joe O'Conner jo Ann Morely envisions her poster hanging high above the Freshman class. . ff' ag. 1 ' f, A"' . ' www: 4-54 Z 125 Lynne O' Dell Karen Odle Bert O' Hare Debbie Okarmus Daniel O' Leary Richard Osgood Brenda Ostrander Joseph Overbeck Eric Overholt Cynthia Palmer Brad Parrish Mark Patterson Joel Peattie Kim Pederson jim Peeling Walt Peeling Gloria Pemberton Mark Pemberton Chris Pennington Chris Pepper Irene Perez Richie Phillips Craig Pietrangelo Ed Pionk Kati Pollock Lyn Popham Carolyn Post Marilyn Post Bill Potter Bill Povenz Lavon Preston Shawn Proctor Lorraine Quandt Stephen Quanstrorn Heidi Rader Ann Raftery Jim Ramsey Bob Rawling Cheryl Reaume Sharon Reid Kevin Renno Sari Richert Freshman Steering unif the ' .P f m, , 91" 5? i t . , 4' Q ! 5 3 ' f 1 H llil a. r- . 25' I a ' IJ 4 .I x. A 23935 , ' 11- Urn v fi .D'Jr" NL A ag -gggaff f i'i' x ommlttee helps 'Q' is ' Qs nl Y - - , 'X v if . gl I , '- 'M pm ! Lori Ripley Rhonda Ripley Jerry Robb Pat Robbins Charles Robinson Mike Rock Pierre Rogers Charlene Rome jane Rome Ann Ropposch Martha Ropposch Sue Ruelle Patty Russel Terry Rutherford Martha Ryan Allison Sagraves Lorrie Sanders Linda Scandalito Carol Schmelter Debbie Schmelter janet Schmidt Jeff Schneider Bill Schoneman Tim Schrader Freshman Steering Committee: BOTTOM ROW: Anne Luce, Stacey Hensley, Kelli Watson. SECOND ROW: Julie West, Martha Curti, Sue Hillock. TOP ROW: Louise Hyde, Martha Davidson, Nancy Marcozzi, Pam Fadell and Kris Walkeen. T Q 1 etts V Mark Schuck s-fs iff Bob Schulte J Barb Schulte Karen Scott Steve Scouten Judy Seefried jeff Semrow john Severson Q .VT 'fa 'f Q If, . f. 9 Beth Seymore Brian Shagena K Mark Sharrard Lori Shaw Kirk Shepley Laura Sheldon Lisa Silvey Brian Smith Christina Smith Craig Smith Greg Smith jimmy Smith Ke ith Smith Michael Smith Shawn Smith Tammy Smith Merle Somers Stephen St . Coeur Female superiority leads Fresh -Fi . , -My v' ..1.,. 'ee ll ' N pf, L 'ffl ' R 5 ix. L f I w fii-,xiii , M 44' . 'Q '!' ff- K fi S Richard Stebbins Marsha Stein Timothy Stephenson Kathi Stevens Lori Stevens Bill Stine Carol Stiver Brian Stocks Lynn Stocks Laurie Stoeber Brenda Stollings Kathlee Stoutmeyer Scott Strauss Ronda Streeter jenny Struble Tim Studaker Karl Stuewer Ken Sugden Sarah Sturdevant Pauline Swoffer Susie Szelog Laurie Tait Kris Talley Debra Tallmadge aw. E , 'I 5 r iff 1- Q ,V 5 44 I Q 2 I .. 4.- .- 45,7 ,l .9 ,er J f few, . fray, 45 64: le,h1ss'mw r W W 4- 4 'f' - 4' Ag N ' l .ax 6, W I to 5 l 52:2 ,Q it , , .R Y Q 39? 'lsr s. Y 5 I' 3 45. Q N I 'F ex lr' 1. rx 1' 'Q 1- ' I U V, 1 w l 1 Debbie Tanton Elizabeth Taylor Harold Taylor janet Taylor jill Teeple Bruce Thompson Joni Thompson Kaye Thomson Debby Thurston Mary Truehan Charles Tumer Laurie Turner Sandra Turner Sandra Turney john Tynan Martin Ullenbruch Ron VanDeuren Tim VanLuven Rick Vermeulen Craig Waal janet Wagar Peter Wak Kris Walkeen Dan Wallace Class Officers: BOTTOM ROW: Kris Berg, President, Kris Wakeen, Secretary. TOP ROW: Anne Luce, Treasurer, Kevin Walsh Craig Watson Kelli Watson Betty We hrwein Sue Weiner Debbie West julie West Scott West Cindy Whitic an Mary Wiersma Chuck Wildie Steve Wiley Barb Corbin Jeanette Dalton Ben Davey Paul Davidson james DeGlopper Nick Dodea Patty Durand Linda Ernest Cedric Evans Tina Fleming Ron Fuller Fred Haight jeff Heltman julie Hrisca Charlene I-Iustek Mike Huston David jones Tim Kearns jim Kostoff Andy Wilhelm David Wilkins Robin Willis William Wilkison ng? , -, , Randy Wilson Thomas Wilson Tom Wilson We are great! We're the Cla ii ' 2 lx julie Wilton jeff Wine Sue Wolfe Tim Woliun Bob Wynkoop Vicki Wynkoop Christine Young Kim Yull Mike Acker Mary jo Bass- Trish Avery Gary Bonin Linda Brooks Sally Campbell ' " my 1 'S .2 3? 13, aa R 6, an U WZ 5 if Q, 1 1, We 5 'Q 5 f r ...xi , .X we xl vf'78! I ff W Ai A'AA 2 . f f l W z O l V' K R 1:-1f f',1' lX ' l y l - f' , 579 I f usa "fi-fl. I if I ' A , W ' l ' f u . Q I 4 ff- ' , 5 1 if . . " lr Q: al in H x x r, lx? it W --p2'w,M ' W fl, Z fi ,I V1 ,:" Diane Majeski Brian Maynard Mary Mclntyre Cheryl Mechan Steven Miller Rene Norton joseph Overbeck Cynthia Palmer Lori Parrish Kati Pollock Anne Proctor Diane Quitter William Robb Sue Ruelle Barb Schultz Thomas Schultz Mark Schulz Carl Schwedler Vicky Sloan Phyllis Smider Brad Tarrant Bill Thrash Joni Toles Carol Touma ml 5 Q "Get off my back! ", says Brenda Eveningred to Kyle Manz. Diane Trousdale l -, Kevin Wagner .Qu John Walsh I Mike Williams J..-4, 'V 1 V:,, Bob Wynkoop 131 K-:ze We've got spirit sent from Heaven Karen Newman goes 50's style. Matt Abbe Diane Agar Margaret Albert Tre ssa Alexander C arol Allen Debbie Ames Deborah Anderson Denise Anderson Kim Anderson Jeri Anglebrandt F' 4 I "9 , X rl. 17, -, . .. xlsffsvsm L' ' L ,VI mw,,a:f,, ' f 2 ' ' , ,H ' n ' . .sf ' . A vii ik fa i , a ,,.., .- - 4 1' 'W 'A 1 .Ver 'W 'iz 'zum ' 1 ' 'f 5 SQ! .Lis ,-xii! .. ,V N' szs if QU: V 1,4 y i 3 . Lynn Anglebrandt Lynn Armstrong jill Auringer Shari Bradley Sue Bailey Darlene Baird Debby Barbee Becky Barthel Chris Bassett Debbie Bauer Maurice Beauvais Cindy Becker Steve Beeler Duwain Belkiewicz Marie Belkiewicz Bob Bell Lisa Bennett Stacy Bennett Kris Bishop Robert Bland David Block Betty Boden Linda Boman Mitchell Booker I , . ,L1 iff ff .L 'lull I 5 V A my q , f 3- V M' Q L I are af' ' H K-, lr 'Mm Hia' 1. ,, ,, I lu., hr. . nt . s n 1,,r,,lrE,,r f Jia -gy 4 1 ' 5 Q f Q 1 'Xl J' x r f S Q if 1 xwii an 5 11 r ' 1 r Linda Bouchard Melanie Bouka mp Nancy Bourdeau Sue Boyd Tedd Bradley Donald Bragg Edward Brennan Stephen Bringard Briscoe David Marcia Brohl .ig EEL 4. A avyr 1 3' 'x '. T'-'X . . , rx, iff? X an .. at X 'I- fa .595-, in . ,E si 5 Chris Brown Jody Brown Tammi Brown Kim Bruen Elizabeth Bruton Todd Bryce Gail Buckoski Randy Bugaiski Heather Burleigh David Burns Lori Butler Amy Buttrell David Byers Lauralee Byers Joann Campau Sophomore Class Officers: BOTTOM: Shelley Porrett, Secretary. TOP: Leanora Karl, Treasurerg Tom Lees Vice Presidentg and julie Parrish, President. .I vb qw 150 flux la 9 lg fl I 133 i Lynn Ann Cantwel jyll C armicha el Diane Casper Richard Castello Marie C ata lina Allan C edervali Denise Chafty Fred Charles Sophomore Julian Fiori leans on Senior Stan Christler as they clown around on makeup day. We're the Class of ,77 Margit Chartier Brian Clark Cheryl Clark Tammy Cole Michael Collingwood Stephen Collins Dave Collyer Steve Conard Jerry Conger Pat Conlen Annette Conley Ed Cook Virginia Cooke Jeff Coolidge Stan Cope I jan Corp Pam Coyne jeff Crawford Kathy Crocker Mark Crowl Cathy Cumerlato QQ W Ruth Cummins 517' Tracie Dahlke Sondra Dake john Darling Debbie Davis Rebecca Dawson Russ Day Jack Dean Lori Delong William DeMa1s Chic Demerau Debbie DeTavernier Mike Dewey Margie DeWitt Barb Dillon Robb Dilworth Julie Dodea jean Dortman Gerald Drake Kathy Dunn Maureen Dunn Dan Dupes Robin Durance Bob Eagling jack Ellerthorpe Dave Elsholz Peggy Ellis Tom Emeigh UPPER LEFT: Brenda Ptaszynski keeps the ball bouncing at the Port Huron Table Tennis Club. ABOVE: The Class of '77 wants everyone tc u A Z7 my T a !l 12,1 ww R37 135 Tonya Enright Francis Evenson Theresa Evenson Bill Fe arnside Rebecca Feick Shelley Fenner Craig Fike juli an Fi ori Pat Fitzgerald Diane Flanigan Vicki Fleming Charles Fogarty Matthew Foley Cindy Fowler Julie Fowler Matthew Francavilla ,tg I Can't hold Sophomores back vi rvwvvvvv oommi 9 N 00000f 4 will Zoo Keeper Jim Johnston makes sure no one escapes from the jungle atmosphere of the cafeteria at lunch time. janet Franke Dale Frasier Dominic Fredenclll Ron Freeman Pam Fretenborough Lucinda Fritch Bonnie Gardner Teresa Geelen Leeann George Nancy Gerry Kim Gillette Lou Gordon sz: -gba, , Georgia Gostinger fs 'R R .. ,za Gma Grates Q' W at .1 E 4: it , Nw Y 3 X .. -'Y' Douglas Grattan Carol Gray Dennis Haan Vicki Hagle Mike Halifax Debbie Hamilton Ioan Hand jim Hansen Sophomore Steering Committee: BOTTOM ROW: C. Smveb, L. Klein, S. Weston, N. Boukamp, B. Ptaszynski, Decker, L. Cantwell, S. Badley, W. Wurmlinger, K. K. Dunn, T. Peterson, FOURTH ROW: L. Schrieber, L. Stephens, C. Rapp, I. Warshefski, L. Bennett, B. Dil- Stocks, K. Schmidt, N. Vigrass, C. Vincent, L. Bruton. lon. SECOND ROW: L. Karl, J. Szoskek, S. Porrett, S. TOP ROW: K. Bishop, S. Wilkinson, S. Bringard, I. Willey, M. Walsh, D. Baird. THIRD ROW: C, Mav. T. Hoover, andj. Kring. Melody Green Michelle Green Marianna Groner Roxanne Guizar Larry Gunter Shirley Gutchess I., my 'X .YW fi Q S if - W x ,AN Mark Harju Mark Harrington Debbie Harris Walter Harris Don Harrison Doug Harrison Allen Hart Ieff Hart Lenny Hartel .nl- :iff xl' " , I 137 Sophomores monopolize Sophomore Julie Wasmuth takes time out from her talk with Junior Pat Curtis for a bite of sandwich. Thomas Holburt Alan Holmes Tony Houle gi X SE ,I Jennifer Hoover 'Ugg x ..,. 1 ., X!-5 t 'Ek Gorden Hughes Randy Hulverson Sue Hutchins Everett Hyde as Q YG" Tami Ingerson Elise Jackson Mike Jackson Ray Jackson Scott Jackson Loran Jacobs Jude Jacobsen Mike Jehl Trish Hall Jay Hardman Pam Harvey Sheryl Hastings Carol Haynes Sandi Hayden Jim Hazlewood Tom Heering Brad Heier Glenn Heimburger V Mark Hewett Dennis Hillman Carl Hinkley Hollie Hirshfield Jean Hodge Judy Holbrook . - is 5 ls .mm P, ii 3 ' U f a . ' , Q Q I LS' -glial., w' 1 'N 'C JJ, . at Q ' N K Q 4 e w x Ag .H --:' - 1 Q was au a aa, 1 rx., - S. l N .flisisfi " the Pep Bone if lik 1 'W' fs. , 3 ' gf Laura johnson Mark johnson jim johnson Tari Johnston Celia jones Cheryl Joslin Alan jowett Bill jurzysta Secretary Emma Fleming, Counselor Douglas Soule, and Dean Marjorie Haugner lend a helping hand to the Sophomore Class. K M fd R .N 1 X Ei Q an Q 'x N. sift E in Wi Andrews gladly reaches for the Pep Bone after as supposedly "misplaced. " . Emil Kanthak janet Karl Lee Karl Barbara Kensley Cynthia Kendrick Kris Kent Paul Keylor Suzanne Kimball Ronney Kincaid Lisa Klein Stephanie Kober Vicki Koehn .' I 91 f'1:.4ti-' P i ll Q ,J I f 139 Ken Koppel Mary Kota Clark Kremer Janice Kring Dennis Krohn F Nancy Kuhr .. 1 L Patricia LaBadie .,. Es Steven Lambert ' jj Leanne Lane Q F7 .:- Maureen Leahy Gary Ledsworth Michael Le dsworth Tom Lees Gloria Lemieux Linda Lentz Brenda LePage jeneal Lepien Donna Lester Rick Leveille Paul Levin Bruce Lewandowski Celeste Lewis Barbara Liddle John Liebi S ii w ffi f 4 gf .1 1 ' 151- :sl I ...S RT 5 kr g,,, Q s x . ,,..,,..... , .. ,rn - Q . S' 5 X A x Sophomores let tliel David Lindberg Lori Loane Brian Lohr Lori Lohr Wendy Lohr Cathy Lorts Helen Lucas julie Ludwig 'Qs -lx My W is ia 'Sf + 'qs -' - , asf: .., ' s. fx i "F, "1 E as W 3 li R ,... . ,, .5 gi fi.. . Qi w. 4- r Y N Vicki Fleming orders her lunch from McDona1d's fingers do the walking l X Q CY Q. L ' W H ik. W fil' 'gm' e ' Sis fl' l M as y gif i 1 1 viii X Q S Q ,k,k S C W ' '2 l 1 M X5 f X 'P 1 X o X X David Lyon Hugh MacLe an Steve MacLean Heather Mactaggart Bruce Martin jim Martin julie Martin Terri Massman Cheryl May Debbie Mayher Scott McCabae Velda McCoy 'X "Wait a minute! Am I going the right way? What hour is this?" Soph- omore Linda Schreiber puzzles her Way through the day. . . R 1 .R X -.. ,X se X r Shannon McDonnell er'i V jim McElroy Betsy McFadde Beth McKinzie s 5 ' ,, -pw x . r Cathy McKenzie Patricia McKinlay Mark McNash jean McNaughton Wendy McNaughton Rusty McPhedrian Cheryl McQuat Cindy McTaggart Terry Meads Denny Mehler Theresa Miller Don Miron W1 Ai, ' -W' 141 Karen Mitchell Shelly Mix Mary Molinaro Sherri Montgomery Larry Morden Mark Morden Laura Mordis Janice Morgan Debbie Morris Judy Morrison Louie Moser Emily Mosher Karen Moyer Barry Mugridge Debbie Murawski Dave Murphy Sandy Myles Gale Nelson Karen Newman Cheryl Nichol Brett Norton Larry Nuss Linda Nutt Anne Nuttall " 7 - Q 11. ' 1. gs n ln. gc: ., 3.,:L. w.Tr:,s fs Sophomores seek t "Stop! Do you have a hal1pass?" challeng Monitor jim Schultz. Bill O'Connor A' Carole O'Connor "3 Cheryl Odle Kevin O'Donnell Daniel Parker julie Parrish Q Mark Patterson Mark Patton 1 Sassword to survival 'X 'L gm fy .e H . T - f 'R Ki: Q: J' . ,T rx Sue Peacock Deborah Peeling Pam Pemberton Sharon Petho Lori Philp Kim Pollock Shelly Porrett Ranee Post jay Przytaskoski Brenda Ptaszynski jack Quandt Kevin Quandt Cheryl Rapp Edward Rawza Pam Racz David Reed "I'm late for class, " mumbles Barb Liddle. "I won my excuse?" Q 1' ,,ie fi f KB 'X J ,x -. eebe ei dr e da 2 'S' ' n x ., gg? J 5' ' """"""' , R . A K 3, .f W ff X Arline Reid jim Reid Wayne Reid David Rice Norma Rich William Rich Lisa Riddell Cindy Robbins Diana Roberts Bill Rock Mel Rodrigues Kim Ross Q Q e der if she'll believe Y NL 5,0 X ' x 143 Sophomores slowly move toward top Rick Reynolds Chi Chi Rodrieqez Laura Ross Rita Rucker Pierre Rusewez Marilyn Rushton Doug Rutherford Bev Rutkowske jr. Sanchez Carol Sanderson Nancy Sanderson Don Scandalito Karen Schaeffer Lori Schindler Stephan Schindler Eric Schmidt Kirk Schmidt jim Schneider julie Schenk Linda Schrieber Chris Schulte jim Schultz Lori Scriver Kevin Semrow Mike Shagena Marvin Shagena Lorrie Sharrard Rod Shaw Terry Sheldon Terry Sheldon Sheryl Sex-gent Kim Shoebottom Connie Sigafoose john Sigafoose Paul Sihon Doug Simoes Steve Slyford N M4 A - v ii? , 4 W ? , sif' ' Qailw gy ' V V. ' E :, ,, I ,.,, in A W as .P ',e',f .. "af" Mx, . , xv N SN , 1. RQ X ,i'i' : , Q y M ii! 'ize V ' x , v w 1 V. S 1 H - A 'ha 41 1 I' , G ' 7, ., , , ,M V -af ,, . ' A vi' N H V, .W-ff' 4 ny 2 hi, 4 x 'C an :i ' ' :Qi - I 1 - N . v-'J 4,6 CV Z-. -. ,I .- -, 1 ! Q, if 1 1 iii F K it iw QA 43 5 sf " Q- 6 . A K -, 1 3 in Alan Small Craig Smith David Smith Debby Smith Ken Smith Mark Smith Terri Smith jeff Snider ga, fs Q '1 ,gf 4 an 61 QR ' 1 Q --af X JF is ' Sharon Sparling 5 V 3 U A Q Tim Speiss . 5 i Y x U Vztt . --f,, . I , P Q , y W , , S , ajft P . , - I wish I had some more milk" thinks Walt Har- s as he checks to see how long the line is. Q., 2, f - ,, X 'f Q 'V S ,V S. V' fl, ff 'V' I I my 5, Y ix if lv 1 2415 L- .. .fi 1 Steve Stanfield Mark Stapleton Robert Stebbins Tim Steemburg Diane Stein Karen Stephens Linda Stephenson Tim Stephenson Jerome Stevenson Lisa Stocks Teresa Streb Judy Szostek Karen Tait Greg Tarrant Diane Tarzwell Jon Taylor Kathy Taylor Steve Taylor Jill Tegge jane Thomas Ken Thomas Bet Thompson julie Thompson Terri Ticknor Brenda Toles Staley Turk Vickie Urie I 'D' V rn.. -I " , ws- .. 3 A wk Q D Q x . Q - ,J 145 Martin VanBuskirk Ken VanBuskirk Kris Vargo Kevin Vaughn Nancy Vigrass Cheryl Vincent Doug Wacker Dave Wade Karen Wagar Laurie Wakeham Roger Walker Mary Walsh Tim Ward Linnea Warren julie Warshefski julie Wasmuth Krystal Waters Phillip Waters Debbie Watkins Virginia Watson Andy Weideman Patricia West Sandy Weston Paula Wheelis jane Whitican Shelley Wild Edwin Wildie Sue Willey Wendy Wilson Shelia Wilton Jed Winters Fred Wisson Sophomores -- Halfwa there .MV W - f'fl'f2 It I if Vi - be ' j 'ff ' A l A i n V XI W V tii W Q W V i" 2 s12'i ' 'tifrfi 'V .,f' ' ",, .ffl IAAV fry' M rv Z, ,-Q -" A , yrsy Amy - M -1 . o iii W 3 0 s va,- Morrison Worden Robert Worden Mike Worden Dene Wright Wendy Wurrnlinger 1 pa F 3 A is N Qi 2 ,,, ,fill V , - 1 -1 'fda e Ji 1 s y, . 9 xv W 4 xi 1 .1 W "What do you mean a fou1?! " ex- clainis Cheerleader Debbie Morris .,:,,, ,,,.,,..,, U on ,aw V V J, LV. Q 3 ,f , , ,Lm,iL,1L 0 1 H fx, , ff V if M V lg , , , 62. ' 4 xr- H" , ' U , ,bl 2 ' 5 2' A K ' '..' fin' f f f . X A M, fi ' nr mi, W- I, , 1-.V Riley Youngs Lynn Alexander Debbie Ames Kim Anderson Tim Assaf Gary Axelrod Tina Baird Sue Baker Linda Barnhart Brad Bates Ron Boyce Sue Boyd Chris Brown Rick Brown Elizabeth Bruton Rob Carroll Tammy Cole Annette Conley Wally Cook Dan Fockler Mary Gerlach Steve Harmon Paul Herber Judy Hillman Gary Houston Vickie Hustek Lori Langolf Sue Boyd takes her coat to class to make sure she is the first one out at 3:00. V ,V m,,y C ,Mgt 6 ,S . 5 H t, y y M C m, l ' V Jgnfl s s sts? M oi C 3 . rw. 4 -sm? 3 , T : Q 4. , in A' 'Qui' 'D 1 . .,. Y' ww v 'pgdr ': -.-l. , Rick Lavere Linda Marks Teresa McCleary Pat McFarlane Marie Miller Ed Peeling Tammy Peterson Vlad Tepes Me , '-5. x. V4 . 33 Xu 147 Shelly Aldrich Vicky Aldrich jeff Allen Tim Allen Kim Alloway Ralph Anderson Jodi Archibald Mary Kay Armb ruster Bill Armstrong Bob Armsuong james Arnot Cheryl Artman Scott Asman Marcia Bailey Ron Bailey Becky Baker Dave Baker Penny Baker it ff V N, ,, K 11.2 'V in M ..,,, I i 1 , fi: J, ,wwazssma F. W4 .MJ ff JW, ,. ,,, 1 n . ,,c.,, Q ig 5 6 2 I zlg had , y,r, l Q 4 yi ., , , J, ii . , , ,E ,, , IG, fx l I x i i F u LEFT: "How am I ever going to get to my next class on time?, " utters Penny Baker. ABOVE: Seven down and three to go - Rick Wagner returns from his first shot. Junior Uoolf yerj below that of a Karen Balogh Tammie Bankson Becky Barnes Al Barnett jeff Baron Kathy Barr ' 5 a img it wif X. can Q ' x f X I Q Mlchele Hirshfield gives a nervous smile as she is caught at Senior Cathy Bartold Niki Bateman De nice Be auvais Bill Be cktold Vicki Belkiewicz Mike Bell Mark Blanchard jane Bland John Bland Chris Bloch Gloria Boman Sandy Bombard Arm Bonadio Nancy Bonney Charlotte Booker Mark Borovich wg-.J , ,Q V ,ny if Q, , QI Wh I Rl X 'nj f , M X, W' A' x 14 'FM Maxine Borowski Mary Bottrell Lori Bouchard Jeannie Bowman Matt Boyd Scott Bradly Joanne Branch Joe Brennan Kathy Briscoe K 9- Q 5 ' - if I L R 1 TOP: "I'm not doing anything, just standing around!" laughs Loren Newton. ABOVE: Sandee johnson stands alone waiting for her bus. g iff, ? B X 1 X rg ,3 S if ,X 0, Qt X . 5 in .X f e -1 ir: . Karen Brohl I-Ienietta Brooks Don Brothwell Arthur Brown Cythia Brown Greg Brown an at I .. an At least the Juniors tried to have some spirit! ith our spirit we canit miss Carol Bruce Cheryl Brueggeman Robin Buckoski Debbie Budzik Robert Burch Tom Burke Marie Burns Phillip Bushor Greg Buttrell Kim Brown Bob Cain Cynthia Cantwell it 4 Dawn Carmichael John Carpenter 1 ane C arpo Jan Ce ncich Maureen Charbene au Cathy Chargot Jeff Child Nancy Chisholm G 151 junior Class Officers: L. Worden, L. Luce, M. Lewis, P. Cleary. Debbie Davey Carol Davis Pam Davis Kathryn Dawson David Delory Mary Sue DeMars Laura Dental Robin Draper Mi-ke Dunn Dan Dupree Larry Dupuis Mary Durand Dan Durst john Duval Debbie Dykeman Debbie Edie C .ad ii C 6 iittizjacffw If . f' - ,Q janet Clark Pete Cleary Linda Coats Alice Collins Debbie Collins Debra Collins Mark Conger Doug Conlan Kathy Cook Emmy Crocker Marsha Culley Patty Curtis Raelynn Daggett joel Dalenberg Ernest Daniels Rich Daniels R X . any '45 4 3' ,f N- S rr, -vs' X L fr HW' Q , is f 9 an qw' Ai 'q ,,, A A Juniors are such alert people'?! 1+ 'li ' 9 mt V Q K- - 'Y 'Q gg . '21, . l ' A x' ' ,G an we .- .. r y . 5 see i s GV fx 6 f 1 4 B YY 'rf' QM, N i , Q -outfie- ,WF Chuck Ely Tim Engelgau Kurt Eppley Nan Emest Wanda Evans Deanna Faguhor Debbie Farley Kim Farley Charron Fenbert Rob Fenner john Field Missy Fitzgerald Carol Fountain Ken Fowler Teresa Fox Mary Frantz ,Mi rn: ABOVE: "It's just been one of those days! " wails Bob Schmitt. LOWER LEFT: 11th Grade Dean Patricia Austin, Counselor Robert Mattson and Secretary Dorothy Vigrass. Denise Fralick Steve Frizzle jackie Fuller Jose Gonzales M' . A ,,Ai x rg 1 , .f . A T T n 'ia' iii do no ' , F '1 1 5 , 1'- fg' X i I x v? xo l Rick Goodwin N. Debbie Gossman Steve Gossman Julie Gragowski Theresa Grasel Doug Gribbons Bob Griffith Elaine Gulloz Louie Gunn Jessie Gunter Sue Gutchess Mark Gutehess Mary Hagen Brenda Hagle Tom Halpin Greg Harder 153 1- , s w, Juniors are a Bill Harmon julie Harmon Elizabeth Hayden M A llll' l Villlllll Debbie H9.Yman 1 -':" ,, , Kirk Heier Erich Harris , . If , .A 1 Jeanne Hart ,1 i:,A ' 1 A Trisha Hartnett ' '. i a,- X 1 K 23. My Howard Henderson jeff Henry ?,rA. William Hagg I ' 1' J Carolyn Holmes Becky Vaughn takes a fleeting glance with her deep, dark, sensuous brown if Ls , eyes. ' iff. C. 'ry' f,.a i - - f Susan Hopkins 1 ' '- - Lynne Horn Sue Hyslop ,,. ' 2, y L -,Ls Mark Jacobson Mike Hustek , 0 --,, af' JAX f - is - 'll is Rick janderwski ,"' " , , Lynn joerger 'Z" ' " Mark Johnson Debbie Hreha Lynne Hrisca L4 ' 'Z ff? ' , ' 4 A Mike Johnson Sandee johnson Terri jones Bob Hughes Mike Hughes Debbie Heyn Tim Hickey h s. , A 2 .L ul' Julie Hillis ye" Michele Hirshfield WL V' 6 , Q W:-1 Q l ll at R' "gt -'I 'iii ' 513 if W, Yr 5 i J ' X 1 R 'I , Q. A....... . C ti E i Q 0 ' Sh, ,- fs N l . F at ,L A, . 'A ii A Y r N 1 fir is x r J Kevin Krueger Debbie Kukola Kathy Labor Nannette Lambert Terri Lambert Cathy Lamotle 5 4 s barrel of fun Bill Jowett Laurie Luce Carol Luckardt Mark Kearns Sue Kemp Clarie Kessler Kathy Keylor Kathy Keys Sandy Kilbourne Kathy King Kris King Jayne Koback Mark Koch William Kosel Charles Kott Cindy Kovach Steve Kraft Cathy Krampien Mary Kravs Mike Kring v-'f -', 1 4 my year-rt.. .t . is .4-. - . MW? 5 Ke 3 'Ki 'ss Q 13. ,Lt N M , I ,tx f E, if X ' as q, Q r W, , k.., up IE l t "I'11 hold your glasses, Mr. Hamilton. You eat that pie!" says Ann Bonadio. Elizabeth Lander Dan Langolf Steve Langolf Mike LaVigne julie Ledsworth Sandi Lepa Mike Lester Sharon Lewandowski Madge Lewis 1 2 'S' 1 55 Sharon Loxton jane Lukasek Allan Maciejewski Dan Majeske Mike Majeske Laurie Mackenie Bill Mackie Tim Major Theresa Marigold john Marone W 'X , . . 1 .hw . . ,,v-, , Sue Marston Larry Martin Bill Matthews Loren Maxor jon May Dennie McCoy I , Carole McDonald jack McKinch Pat McKinley Kelly McLelland Cheryl McLeod Anita McTevia iv 5,19 'I ' .x ' lf they don't make a field goal, I'LL do t' says Laurie Luce to Brenda Smith. Sue Meads Rick Meads Barb Meinhardt Steve Meddaugh Marilyn Melms james Meyer Cathy Meyer Manuel Meza Geof Miller Greg Miller Patti Miller Denise Miron ' , Donna Mitchell I nfl' Dee Minus ' ' ' Jeffzwiolinafo S tuf 2 1 I I f ati' Y Q if ,hh A 4 , 410 iam , . b y r- ge 54 - gg fmffftt . 2 or aj L Steve Moody Jody Morris Kathy Moore Theresa Moore .N 2, ' x 6 x ' W -cg,-z fa f Q , h ,. X 4 as E . rjdfa ,I h V. l R' ,1 tl .ff W e H9 is y ,vs K My -'NP' .. LL., L. E N' KL i 'it - L gs 'D Q if -LLLL' -X .ff r - L - sr es ..::. L xg Ei, U N SW V ,hh .. V I' X - i U! 1 S! X., xi: 1 tt , Jun we -:ws R 5 " si' . is if ,N L N f-D Y X- - If Qwi. + Z Randy Morris Debby Mosher Bill Mytinger Gerald Moses John Moulton Mary Napolitan Debbie Nelson Loren Newton Janice Nicholson Vicki Nunn Kim Olney Geof Osgood jim Overholt Brigitte Pancratz Mary Ellen Parachoniak Robin Parrish M4 W, li '-uw ABOVE: "Huh, did someone mention food! ?" asks Kelly McLelland. BELOW LEFT: "YA all want come on down and sit a spell?" invites Debbie Davey. iors add a little spice to orthern 1 X t QS Q ,wr -if X 1 N N LX If i K, T' 'RJ Y' g -411 -:Ei - p .. A' .f ft glib at was N' wa' YQ wb WN f 5 M t T.. re? 1 is K J L -i f ' , flfigiafgv P s L Q: Dave Peacock ' Leslie Perry - Debbie Peters Kris Peters , Kathy Peterson 'WK . joan Petoskey ga Gayle Pickett Vi Ellen Peter ' dzli Kathy Phillips Q - l Vicki Pionle A sf - V' l .-,x W - ' Tim Porter Scott Proctor S- - A Andy Rabine joise Rader Mike Raftery fm. ..s..,r 'Vs Doug Ralph Debbie Radford Carolyn Raetzel Alice Reed Scott Reese P Q j x.: -1 :B i' X 1 I Avi? - 1 57 Talking is their communication Mike Renno Pat Reynolds :bfi B f 1 , .C jeff Riehl Bruce Robbins Cheri Robert Kim Rogerson Becky Rome jane Ropposch Rita Ropposch june Ross Bill Rossow Barb Rowe Russell Preston Sue Rutledge Dan Roskey Cathy Scandalito Bob Schmitt Bonnie Schottle Bob Schoettle Paul Schroeder Cindy Schuitzke Dawn Schulte Dan Schultz Yvonne Schultz Tracy Selby jane Sermrow Mark Sheldon Robin Sheldon Doug Sherlock Sue Sicklesteel . 1 S iiili S V K -ew s . .X if I x :T" '. ff Q22 i'i-f ':A V , 5 1 .t t - 1 ' .5 5 'V' Q Q 'YQ x . :,,, .. - , G K f 3 , , Ng ! 4 3 at r 4' w . I K . li UPPER LEFT: Pat Ward, King ofthe Burnt-Outs. ABOVE "Can someone help me?" pleads Paul Caris, I've got a crick in my neck! " Bonn ie Sinnett Q 1 . in M Brenda Smith C' , Charles Smith , ' , fi "X k W' Q t Cheryl Smith , Connie Smith -- Darrel Smith , A A X ik junior Steering Committee: BOTTOM ROW: L. Vincent, K. Scandalito, P. McKinley, T. Fox. SECOND ROW: J. Ross, B. Pancratz, S. Steinborn, M. Lewis, P. Cleary, M. Fitz- gerald, l.. Worden, N. Teeple. TOP ROW: K. Stoddart, C. Holmes, S. Wilson, D. Watson, S. Sicklesteel, T. Rhiel, P. Ward, M. Hagen, C. Fennbert. Dennis Smith Dennis Smith 'T Greg Smith Kevin Smith Teresa Smith Sally Ste inborn Charlie Stiver Kristi Stoddart Deanne Smith TE". Sk ,- 'E 9 . ,- HH? 'Y .sw .-so 1 x .l,,5,,.,,I.,x i ex 6 ik! ' x N 2, .xx Brian Streeter Cindy Studaker Nancy Tarzwell Kim Taylor Nancy Teeple Ronda Thompson Paula Thornton Steve Umber Cathy Trager Bill Tremble Danette Urmy Christy Van Deur Becky Vaughn Lynn Vincent Ed Waddell Rick Wagner CH Welre number one, is an one listening? Alan Walker Robin Walker Pat Ward Ellen Waters Glenda Waters Tom Watkins Dave Watson Fred Webb Wendy Weber Cathy Welch Don Welsh Keith Welsh Darlene West Tom West Q X t..,, . ,3 . .ml y fi. big 5 naw,-,,,.,k. 2511.2 -Qwzgfq, f . wir: Xi' 3 if law? Becky Westem X 1 X A ? 22' .il l f . ' "I-Iow'd ja like THAT tune?!" gloats Bob Schoettle. l ell'ee Q- . Jane Willing llel etlts Jim Willing fo e Mark Willey llle iff? W lll '. l'e J Matt Wolf ' 513 Lynne Worden N . Vicki Woods K lll E in if ' ll Qe5l'T'i3l 1: r.,. fig h .1 jan Yarbrough I Q i ? A . P ..,, . . Ralph Anderson , i ng Cindy Anglebrandt ' Brad Baird 'lll,l v l llll -, , Q 'gil' ffm! W Ted Barss Mary Ann Baunoch Marie Burns . .W . W '6- , 4 f fist- N sl if H-. .H ' Izd 'in'-ff' Q 1, s , , Q Q , fl iii l-elle ll-e M, mn. lst in Spirit . . Istin Drive . B Burke Albert Doug Linda Allen Alexander A N All Marsheila Shawn ancy en Anderson Anderson Patty Fulton and Becky Cressman use the buddy system on the first day of school. ' v MA-iiderson Sue Andrews 'X Anglebrandt Rob Archibald Cfxifiiuong Stigstmng Brent Baird kPau1 Baird Kathy Ballfwill can-ry Banka Sue Barnes Barb Barrett jay Barrymore Tom Beckett Brian Belanger Scott Berdan Stew Benedict 162 X Q 2nd in Mardi Gras? Marilyn Vicki Bishop Shelia Black Tim Blood Susan Bombard RickUBonin Dave Bowers Biernot Kaii Boyd Kevin Boyd Cindy Brown Jeff Brown Edward Brooks Mark Bruhns Kitty Buckoski Denise Burton Sue Bruni Calhpbeu scott Marsha Richaxd can Campbell Caplinger I Linda C arrier Mari ette C arol Chance Chafty Betty Porter gives her feet a rest. x 1 J 1, 'in 845 ' is xiii' Dfxfomcki Carol C1a.f1in o. Clahoma Mike cm-k Kathy comm Mike comm Rob Corbin Jim Corp Ken Crago Begg S1'l'l2.l1 Kay Crimmins Nancy Sheryl Curtis Cunningham ABOVE: Dave Weiner, John Steinborn, Steve Zurick, and Brian Belanger check out the angles in Drafting class. RIGHT: Brian Coolidge tries his mouse-trap powered car in physics. D Onward mighty Seniors! M Dawn Davis Mike Delong Mike Dennis Ron Derocher Tom Dewitt Jeff Dionne 1931111 Dodea Cindy Donovan Kevin Kole cheats his wav through Consumers' Math class. Dan Dupuis Dfmna Mark DYkman George Duquette Efsn-ati-5 jacki Ely Jim Emery Bob Etzel Thor Evenson Mary jo Faust Rick Fead Carol Feick Dave Fetterly Sally Fields Paul Fiori Brian Fleming A Robin Fleming Kathy Fountain A Paul Francek Q as J if A 165. lv ' As usual, this assembly keeps the attention of Cindy Postill and Marilyn Biernot. Martin Franke Nancy Fraser ' Patty Fulton Jugiuagher Theresa Gardocki Steve Gates joel Genaw Sheri Genaw I h . . Kathy Gerlach Ken Gil-more Stevie Gorski C nstme Robert Grattan Sue Groff Shell Guizar Gracy V Debby Haley jim Halifax Deggisilton Kim Hand jeff Hardman Ruth Harland I Tom Ha1'm0H Wes Harper jan Harrington Sandy Harris Scott Harris Elaine jeff Hart Daven 'l Harrison Heidenreich Seniors are groovy, dig it? Phillipp A. Bob Henderson Larry Henry Mike Hepting Gloria Hill Brenda Hills Sue Hobson Hole N 1 Mic Ted Hoffman Clair Hopkins Hmlqfllerson Bruce Hurd Terry Hyde Terry Ingerson Carol Jah-n Charlie Jansenf Mark Jarvis Don Johnson Narvella , ' Annette Johnson Tlm Johnson Johnston Norma Vicky Kim Jones Johnston Johnston a Nancy and Dave Thomas munch their lunch. Ulll, X fl' X? A sl 1 'Q H Ia 'JJ r lg Ib V m Graduation, a jo ful experience , V eeee T as ABOVE: Tommy Price and Mary Beth Wright are amazed at the goings on of graduation. UPPER RIGHT: These seniors gather for their last time together as the "C1ass of '75". LOWER RIGHT: Danny Mclntrye and Markie Dykie take their last orders from "Floyd" . .gg lf'k . w f ,Qs Lf! 1 169 She1'Y1 101163 ' Linda jordan' Cindy Keil 1 Kathy Keller Jeff Kelly' Ngcv :to n A 1ne I - Kim Kingh it H2162 Jeff Knowlton 0 ISSSS Kathy Klein john Koberd Pam Kolar Patti Kolar Kevin Kole jim Kgob Debbie Koss UPPER LEFT: Margaret Albert admires Eddie Brooks' Great - Mind. ABOVE: Senior spirit is: Good Great No. 1 The Best., V Theniors are wuvable Darla ' -Steve Kremer John LaBadie Ladensaek Jim Langolf Dave Lapish Martha Lapish Larry Lautner ' Bob Leahy - Diane Lee Cathy Lees Vida Lemieux Sue - . Michelle L Lewandowski Chris Liber I-imberg Sara Lloyd X A ive? .LQ L We Q 33! C L X r -. , 1., Q?-:E 4 v Dan Louks Barb Ludlow jeff Ludy Linda Lynch George Efstratis does his song and dance rou- Leslie Lyon Dave Sue Terry tine in Miss Knapp's class. MacDonald MacDonald A MacMillan 171' f, 5 y "Class of '75" - graduates of good times Michelle Scott Colleen . - - ' Sharon MacReadY Mactaggaq Mahme Tom Manis Kevin Marcozzi Paula Marczan Marriott V Mark Massman Gregg Masters Debby Bmce Pat McCarty Sue McCoy Pam McDonald McAllister McCarthy Mark Diane McElroy Dave McElwee Dan McIntyre McDonnell ' Yi' Dan Roxanne Dave MCKQY McPhed1-ain Frank Mehler Meinhart Karen Miller Kim Miller Laurie Miller Sue Mills Rich Moses tries to convince Mr. Pike 's nose that the Seniors can't lose the barrel. 5 , , ki , 7 , Kurt Miron Mike Miron jackie Moak TZEIEKMO Jgiqgitgomery Martha Moore Gary Morrison Rich Moses Rosalyn Moss Denise Motte Glen Mugridge Bill Nutt Karen Odell Cindy Olunek Ann Osborn Kris Overly Denise Pagot Steve Parker Robert Peacock Suzanne Margaret Peek Karyn Perley Sue Peters Pedrotti V Mik i Paul Newman Mary Nowiski Njrenberg ' It will take a large cap to fit her head. SbEu tItOhReSyHiAoVsEeSbPaIrRrrIeTi President Vice President "' Secretary Treasurer Tim Blood Bruce McCarthy Vicki Bishop - Drew Watson Kevin Pearly Mae Richard , , Pietrangelo Judy Pincomb pincomb Ping-Lomb Terry P10814 Chris Pollock BeI.ty Porter Cindy Postill Debbie Postill Marlyn Postill Kzggzgce Tommy Price Laurie Ramsey Peggy Reed I . a -Y--.., .Y , , -.-..-.. -.-,..- I , Craig Rich john Rich ' Beth Robbins Dave Roberts , Denise Motte: ready, willing, and able to rep- resent the Seniors at Mardi Gras Assembly. ' Steve Rocha Mike Roche Bob Rogerson Cindy Rome K r W Senior Steering Committee: BOTTOM ROW: 'D. Pagot, j.,Staiger, K. Setter, B. Barrett. B. Saxzravesy M. Smith, J. Ely, L. Lynch, K. Perley, C. Malane, V. Bishop, T, S. Berdan, S. Curtis, K. Buckowski, M. Lapish, MJ. Blood, B. McCarthy, D. Watson. SECOND ROW: S. Ped- Faust, N. Fraser, D. Thomas, C. Claflin, E. Brooks. rotti, B. Streb, S. Huni, S. Schmitt, S. Berlin, C. Po- TOP ROW: J.Q. Bartlett, TJ. Barrymore, C. Donovan, venz, R. Moses, B. Bartold, C. Lees, D. Cichoracki, D. Wade, M. Postill, T. Johnson, C. Keil, M. B. Wright, B. Thurston. THIRD ROW: S. Andrews. K. Marcozzi. C. Liber. . .mg " S iv ff f Gm 0 f F st' ll, 01 Ili' 1 351' ?i f I 175 Senior girls prove Sue Ronan S Lois Ropposch Debby Rynties Brian Sagraveg Fred Dan Schindler Bill Schmidt Sassanella -A. Sandi Schmitt Ha,-ry Schngpp Mary Schrader Linda Sara Schulteirg WChris Schaidt Irene Schreiner Schlimph Regina Schultz Bob Selby Kevin Setter Pam Sharrow Eugene Debbie Simoes Shepexd jan Sischo Mark Slyford jeff Smith I Kitty Buckowski walks starry- eyed to-her second hour class. to be lookers julie Smith Marlon Smith Sandra Smith 542011 Smith Steve Smith Sue Smith "How dare you throw oranges at my wrestling poster?! " ' shrieks Mat' Maid sue Andrews' Tammy Smith jim Snider Dinah Soar jannie Staiger Debby Stalker Gary Standel Rich St. Coeur Jghn Steinbom Mike Strawska Barb Streb Doug Studaker Randy Mark Symon Dave Szelog Don Tasker Eddie Thayer' Dave Thomas - Studaker l .520 o 'V Pj? Jygllllla 'f .wmv I 'Q fy 177 Bill Thomson Sue Thomson Vial? I man Beth Thurston Bob 4 Sarah Tomion Eric Turloff Matt VanBuskirk Ullenbruch Debby Wade Bob Wagner Ray Wallace jim Ward With fashion trends going toward shorter hair, Ted Hoffman is determined to be his own man. Barb Watkins Drew Watson Kathy Watson Dave Weiner Sandy Weiss Gary Wellman Mmiaefif Debbie White Kerry White sue Whitican V People in the know Valedictorian Susan C Bruni maintained a 4. OOO grade point average throughout her years at Northern. She was a member of the Senior Steering Committee, a member of the A Capella choir and President of the Faith Lutheran Youth Group. Sue plans to attend Central Michigan University and major in finance banking. Nancy M. Fraser, Saluta- torian, achieved a 3. 949 grade point average. She was trea- surer of the Junior Class, on the Junior Varsity Girls' Ten- nis Team and a member of the ,E Lit Club and the National Honor J g t' Society. , Nancy intends to major in a p biology-related field at Michi- S, gan State University Seniors graduating with a 3. 5 or higher GPA: BOT- TOM ROW: Stew Benedict, Steve Boden, Kevin Marcozzi, Scott Mactaggart. SECOND ROW: Mary Nowiski, Terry Hyde, Shawn Anderson, Dorothy Bergquist, Sue Bruni, Sandy Smith, Linda Lynch, Kim jones, Donna Duquette, Peggy Reed. THIRD ROW: Jay Barrymore-National Merit Finalist-Mich ji.. Sita! gan Math Finalist, Bruce McCarthy-National Merit Finalist, Carol Claflin, Vicki Bishop, Debby Wade, Sue Andrews, jacki Ely, Ruth Piechowiak, Mark McDonne1, Brian Sagraves. TOP ROW: Tim Blood, Chris Liber, Theresa Gardocki, Dave Thomas, Nancy Fraser, Annette Johnston, Ruth Harland Debbjg Mark Willey Dale Wiersma Steve Wilson Mary Lou Ken Wolf Bill Worden Vv'i,tzk Mary Beth Tim Wynkoop Sue Yonmgs Wright - Joe Anthony Bruce Bazley jeff Bartlett UPPER LEFT: Sue Bruni chuckles her way through Calculus. RIGHT r At :ne time or another, every senior finds himself in the same position as Denise Burton, looking for more zz.ewspoint.s, Dave Ziegler Synde Zweng Steve Zurick jackie Agar 9 W H274- Senior lifeg fun, work, SL success Cindy Lynn Beaver Sharon Berlin Baumstark Dorothy Steve Boden Patti Brush Berquist Alan Cambell Connie Ron Charles Stan Christler Brian Coolidge Ken Cfimminga Ben Cuxti Bartold Lauri Demars Dennis Bill EV?-US Drouillard UPPER RIGHT. wow! Lock ff Thflff im me swam wg Shm WW Mfe fiff'i"i at the Pizza France. A.FSGXf'E' A-U zfgfrf ?s 'ff 5-1, Fw 4' Lois Ropposch, and Iiiliwsyri P' Y in , if-'rrhf ,iz -1', - ii-:fi wages. Ill -,cfs xy! N xdlllll , 4 K5 xwllllx 1 . Q lib EAN? 3555 75 1 J Z ,' , :sad 13? Ardie Harrison Bobbie Hicks Pam Lynch Fritz Morrison Kris Naylor Daggjormeu lfllgtfzachowiak Gary Ptaszynski Dennis Raetzel AnnMarie Ree Dan Reed ,mf , Dan Robbins Dilggison Maurice Roe Sue Schaeffer , , ' Here's a glance at the stance of Dave Monte Sheldon Bonnie Smith ' McKay at the Pnza P1-ance' A Sara Smith Kztggjhens James Sheryl Thrash Bess Twishes 12119 VHI'g0 D011 Willhelm Mike Wise Rick Wybfew Summerer Administration rejoices over graduation Counselor Dorothy Kemp Dean Floyd Emlaw f, Q ea 'lf' rw--S QQ EE 83 ...x.,.,m-.3 w 5,23 'K .-1""W ' .' 'lfflfw :sl 1, H N 351 ia. 4 N" , N ,255 185 VY l l 1 1 186 ES EPTOR PRAEC The Bosses MR. MOREI-IEAD MULTIPLE CHOICE QUIZ: Turn upside- down for answers. CHOICES: ab Mr. Overly bb Mr. Morehead cj El Huegh dj a8zb only 1.3 Who always uses the term "snow-ball- ing?" 2.1 Who carries a tommy gun? 3.5 Who uses Johnson Wax on his head? 4. D Who pa- trols the potties? 5.5 Who starves the stu- dents to keep the school clean? 'pg 'qv 'eg 'og 'BI :slomsuv Cooks and Custodians Much credit is due the cooks at Northern in this year of spi- raling prices and economic strife. Through their research they conjured up all sorts of new delectable treats to stretch the food budget. On the other hand, the cus- todians were not so concerned with the economy. Instead they concentrated on the environ- ment. Whenever he was needed a custodian could always be foiuid. For their never-ending service to PHN these custodians deserve a bronze mop, but we hope they will settle for our thanks. -Q- ABOVE RIGHT: "How sweet it is! " grins Ron Zimmer devil ishly. RIGHT: Mrs. Davis watches over the lunchroom chaos LEFT: To beat the high-rising sugar prices, Bertha Smith economizes with white paint, instead of glaze, on the sweet ' rolls, v nn, BOARD OF EDUCATION Superintendent of Schools: Dr. Robert Coulter President of the Board: Mr. Elwin Hastwig The Board Members: Alice McKinnon Douglas Austin Anne Dinnen Norman Cristick David Winfield Carl Schwedler T00 much ma be madness Industrial Arts LYNN ESTERLINE DONALD PEARSON PAUL JOHNSON RICHARD BAKER WILLIAM KOMPH GUY BAILEY BRUCE HOBBS MARY BEAUMONT RICHARD TALLADAY MARY NEIL ROBERT FOCHT MAN MICHAEL DINEEN TEX DURAND RONALD DAVEY PETER WOODS EUGENE BLYNN SANDRA GENTILLY PAMELA MOS LER Home Economics GERALD INE D eWITT Fine Arts CLARENCE WADE anguage PET ER RYS KEWECZ Health Education up ,.,.-,env .-, JAMEFLQICJKIY. DONNA GALOIT NANCY BITZINGER DIANNE SEVIGNY STEVEN TAGGART LILLY JOHN ARMSTRONG HOLLINGSWORTH GALE AI-IEA RN IAMES NORMAN ELAINE FABA JAYWEY A , ,fkzy A T' BERNARD PALMATEER 3 4 JAMES1 BATES. 1 BARRY ARMSTRONG DIANE FUGIEL NANCY HARWOOD They used to be little kids Science I LAURENCE SPRAGGS WALTER LYSZAK THOMAS BLAC KNEY HOWARD HEIDEMAN Mm IRIS NELSON Business Education WILLIAM MORRISON DAN HANTON DAPHINE RANTANEN EIQXQEEEL Sim? DAVID MCEWEN ' f ALLEN CABLE QPF-4B1iES,IQ?U9i5fS5Ifi4 ' : f"fn,i- BERNIE GISMONDI EDWARD TINSLIIY ,fp t's amazing how much 6'Mature Social Studies M , ,.,,E 5 RICHARD MILLER SAM COUGHENOUR , A CYRIL SMITH ELLEN RODGERS FRED GREEN 1 GLEN PIKE OMAS TIEIAMILTON MICHAEL Dms A, , , f 5 RON MCLEOD RICHARD GARY YOUNG 3 K' ? 'f .,,. , ' ,, 5 ,V In IP , V4 V, ,k:,, ,,,:. 'f -- - 'far' f- If' " ' "uw 'QW' 1 ' W tzf' fi , ,L . , v,-, E237 7 . , ,. " ' 1 2 - ,v 'Q .E ff ,Y fr 4 fm f 1 ' " "1'a2.f1'ff,. 'zmzl ' V 2 E if Eai A iiii J ,,. ' ' DORIS WARREN ROBERT CLARK KATHLEEN TATE CHERLE DREWYORE E Wisdom" resembles being too tired iii . , ,f S, ' iff' .,-- , NANCY CHESS RUTH MEYER JK IANET LANE RICHARD CHAPMAN LOROLIE BROWN jggsigfs ELEANOR SMITH LILLIAN PERRY LARRY MILLER 5 S E ee I . I ' ls, R..h 1 Y N S Q I PAIRS .::. A kt., L .1-S - ,,h: ss'- -A LAURA FOSTER F RANCES RENNER Special Educaton English DONALD AIKINS ' f' ' . ig.. i ELIZABETH MAC KIE F " Q . 1 if " .A K I Agri: I 'R A W fr 1' Q. A I X 3, f . ,skins-'fj..5 ,f W -1- ..Qff , i 'is1,,W,,gf, ew I . IRVIN HAYWARD FRANCINE FISHER IANET BoRsT JAMES DUNCAN KATHERINE GOLDSWORTHY ROBERT TRAPP This year the Spirit staff was a cast of characters. And characters they were. For instance the staff had the honor of having Dave Lapish. In another sports-re- lated field we had Denice Beauvais, a member of the North Star Drill Team. It came to pass that Denice and Dave hap- pened upon each other and formed a team of their own. Another biggie on the Spirit staff is jay Barrymore. jay was president of the Na- tional Honor Society, and a Co-Editor of this book. The one accomplishment that jay is proud of is that he finally got a table tennis picture in the book. The other Co-Editor was jeff Bartlett. jeff tended to be rather emotional at times, but it didn't bother the staff too much be- cause between his job and the radio station, jeff wasn't around a whole lot. Next we come to Linda Lynch. Linda was well liked by the staff, in fact we loved her. Every night Donna Duquette 6'I'm late, 'm late, for a ver important datef, would come into the staff room and work, or so we thought. Actually she had a cer- tain someone on her mind fwho will remain nameless. Q Notice the high quality pictures through- out the book. These can be blamed on Sue Bombard, Greg Smith and Brian Lohr. The one who did the botch on the football pic- tures was Dave Watson. Cathy Lorts, Bob Andrews, and Manuel Efstratis did the art- work throughout the book. Mary jo Faust and jacki Ely are re- sponsible for the Student Life Section. They asked not to be called MJ. Fast and jacki Gay Ely, so they weren't. Another starlet on our staff was Sheryl Curtis, captain of the Drill Team. Sheryl along with Denice managed our books. They managed pretty well since we found out that we are only 9,849.67 short. Ron Derocher tried something new this year, putting the index names in order. The people who tried to do the Student li: . 'I ' L' . in Beauvais Brown Lapish 1 F I i Bartlett Bartold Ely Branch Lynch Curtis Faust Smith . Lohr Kuberski Bomba rd Duquette Body section were Connie Bartold, Kathy Barr, JoAnne Branch, and Cindy Donovan. If something is wrong with a picture, it wasn't a mistake. It was done on purpose because we didn't like that person. Margaret Peek and Gerri Kuberski were our general helpers, and honestly if it wasn't for them we would have been gen- erally helpless. Two members joined our staff second semesterg Bonnie Sinnett and Cindy Kovach. In the sports section you will probably notice the finess of Ted Barss. Actually Ted did work hard, but not at getting his section finished. Our Advisor, Miss Lorolie Brown won- dered how she got stuck with such dips as Bartlett and Barrymore. She was last seen in the unemployment line. SPIRIT STAFF Editors-in-Chief Student Life Academics and Faculty Sports Seniors jumors Sophomores Freshman Barrymore jeff Bartlett jay Barrymore jacki Ely Mary jo Faust Linda Lynch Donna Duquette Ted Barss Dave Lapish Cindy Donovan Joanne Branch Kathy Barr Connie Bartold Denice Beauvais Sheryl Curtis lnd2X Ron Dero cher Cindy Kovach Bonnie Sinnett Gerri Kuberski Margaret Peek The Phantom Greg Smith Sue Bombard Brian Lohr jay Barrymore Advisor Lorolie Brown Community General Help Photographers The ideas and opinions expressed in this book do not necessarily represent the ideas and opinions of the students or the faculty of Port Huron Northern High School Any resemblance to persons living or dead is purely coincidental We cannot speak for the living dead Bars s Donovan De roche r Barr 197 -4' in A V, in mf Q ji Q -" l V e , 'A V' s ,, Q , . 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' ' ' ' ' ' Mr. ' ' ' " - CO. 7 I V ,I Mart 132,111 Abou-Ganim, Tony 39, 112, 103 Accordino, joe Acker, Toni , Acker, Michael 130,,,,1,12 Adair, Mikei'116,71 LL1" Ady, julie Ady, Steve Agar, Dianne 132 ,M 11., 3 Agar, jackie 180 7 'iff Ahearn, Gale 192 Aikins, Donald 195 Alam, Leila 116 Burke 162, Aaberf, Magi 132,144,170 Alderson, Elizabeth 116 Aldrich, Shelly 148,106 Aldrich, Vickey '1,1 1, Aran,-naar, Doug 162fj3' Alexander, Lynn 147 Alexander, Scott 116 Alexander, Steven,1L1f6,112 Aiexandefffrom Alexander, Tressa 132 Allen, Carol 132,71 Allen, Charl es 116 Allen, Jeffery 148 Allen, Judy 116 Allen, Karen 116 Allen, Linda 162 Allen, Nancy 162, 29,,,1,,1,,,,, Allen Time 148 A1low,ay, Kim 148 Ames, Debbie 132,147 Artman, Cheryl 89, 148 Artman, Connie Asman, Leslie Asman, Scott 148 Assaf, Tim 36,147,104 Atkinson, Betsy 116 Aud, Teri 39 Auringer, jill 132 Austin Patricia e Avery,' Patricia 36, Axelrod, Gary 147 Bacheller, Mike Bachmann, 1 Badly, Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Bailey, Shari 137 -"i'1 Bruce 180 Guy 191 Marcia 148 Ron 148 Sue 132 Bair, Doug Baird, Baird, Baird, Baird, Baird, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Balkwe Brad 150 Brent 162,109 Darlene 132,46,71, 137 Paul 162 Tina 147 Becky 148 David 148, 36,39 Becky Penny 148, 106 Richard 191,91 Susie 147 ll, Kathy 162,169 Anderson, Amy 116 Aiiiderson, Deborah 132 Anderson, Denise 132 Anderson, Kim 132,147 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, 91, 179 Anderson, Anderson, Andreae, Andre ae , Andrews, Andrews, Marsheila 162 Ralph 148, 160 Shawn 162,108,110,109, Susan 162 Tim jamie L Jennie 116 Bob 139, 111 Linda 25, 86 Balogh, Andrew 116,103 Balogh, Karen, 149 Banka, Catherine 162 Bankson, Tammie 149 Barbee, Debby 132 Barber, Gary 116 Bargiel, Edward 90, 193 Barnes, Becky 149, 39, 96 Barnes, Susan 162 Barnett, Albert 149 Barnett, Margie Barnhart, Linda 147 Baron, jeff 149 A Barr, Kathy 149,197 Barr, Robert Barr, Ronald Aiithony , ,los Andrews, Susan 162, 175, 4 90, 1 7 9 Ang lebrandt, Anglebrandt, Angelbrandt , Angelbrandt, Angleb randt , Angleb randt, Anglebrandt, Cindy 160 Denise Jeri 132, 71 Kathy Lynn 116 Lynn 132 Richard 162 eph 1801 :ir 7 Archibald, Jodi 148 Archibald, Robert 162 Aijends, Mary 116 , er ,Ti 0, 49, 177, f-Mary 148, 107 Armstrong ,' Barry 192 Armstrong, Crystal 162 Armstrong, Bill 148 A4rarnstrong,,ggBob 148 Arrnstrong, ' john 1167 Armstrong, john 78, 112, 192 Armstrong , Lynn 132,113 s,Ste ve 162 fPiiEinstrongi,7iflleri 73 I Arnold, Sandy Arnot, james 52, 148, 7 srryr Barrett, Barbara 162, 175,40 Barrymore, jay 40, 39, 175, 197, 36, 162, 179,232 Barss, Ted 160, 197 Bartee, Vicky ' 1 Barthel, Becky 132 Barthel, Kathy 116 Bartlett, Brad 116 Bartlett, jeff 180, 36, 175, Bartley, Lori f Bartold, Cathy 149,43 Bartold, Bass ,, Ma Connie 175, 196 FJOT1 A Bass, -Maryjo 130,22 1 ' Bassett, Chris 132 Bateman, Niki 149 Bateman, Tim,117, 103 Bates, Brad 147,,111, 102, Bates, James 47, 192, 102 Bauer, Debbie 132 Bauer, Mona 117 Baumstark, Cynthia 40, Baunoch, MaryAnn160 A Beach, john Beadle, Verna 117,70 Beam, , Michael, 196, 232,40 Beaumont, Mary 191 Beauvais, Denice 149, 39,96,196 Beauvais, Maurice 132 Beaver, Lynn Becker, Cindy 132 Becker, Debbie,77 Becker, Ed Beckett, Thomas 162 Becktold, William, 149 Beeler, Steve 132 iii - Belanger, Brian 164, 1627 Belkiewicz, Duwain 132 Belkiewicz, Marie 132,46,91, 113 Belkieixiiiicz, 7 Bell, 'Bob 132,111 :V iiii 1 Bell, Maryann Bell, Mike 149 Belling, ,,, ,Wes 156 ,,,, Benedikt, Stew 162,36,'6i2ii,l'179 'if Bennett, Lisa 132,20,25,i137 Bennett, Matt 68 1 Bennett, Stacy 132,81 -- -Steven Berdan, scott 162,175,95 Berdan, Bethany 117 Bennett, Berg, Doug , ZZ, - Berg,-YfKris 117, 22, 36, 397151729 Bergquist, Dorothy 179 Berlin, Sharon 175, 4O,50,179 Bettinger, Mark 117 Bettridge, Susan 117 1: Betts, Ruby Bezenah, Deborah Biernot, Edward Beirnot, Marilyn 166, 163,29 Bills, Kirk A Bishop, Kathy Bishop Kris 132,137,97 Bishop, Vicki 163,174,175,179 Bitzinger, Nancy 192 Black, Sheila 163 Blackney, Thomas 31, 193 Blanchard, Mark Blancharo, Mark 149 Blandfjane 149,46, 113 Bland, john 149 Bland, Robert 132 Blatt, ,Carol 117, 71 Bloch, Chris 149,104 Bloch, David 132,111 Blood, Tim 163, 174, 175,179 Blynn, Eugene 63, 191 Boden, Betty 132 Boden, Steve 40, 39, 52,47, 90,101 179,98 Bogert, Pam 117 Bolar, Craig Boldt, Ben Boman, Gloria 149 Boman, Helen 117 Bornan, Linda 132,76 Bombard, Linda 117 Bombard, Sandi 149 Bombard, Susan 163,42,197 Bonacci, Vincent 120 Bonadio, Anne 149, 27, 88,155 Bonin, Gary 117,130,109,103 Bonin, Rick 163,179 Bonney, Nancy 149 Booker, Charlotte 149 Booker, Mitchell 132, 102 Borntrager, james Borovich, Mark 149 Borowski, Maxine 150,96,50 Borra, Linda 117 Borst, janet L1'1 195 ZLI Bottrell, Mary 150 Bowen, Cheryl . Burgett, Debbie Burgett, Russell Burke, Tom 151 , Burleigh, Heather 133 Burleigh, Vicki 117 Burns, David 133 Burns, Doug 117 Burns, Marie 160,151 Burns, Michael Burns, Nancy Burns, Racine 183 Chess, Nancy Child, Jeff 151 Chisholm, Nancy 1511 Chopp, Craig 117 Qhristler, Gayle 117 Christler, Stan 181,30,134 Cichoracki, Debbie 164,175 Claflin, cami 164,4O, 36, 175, 96, 79 Clark, Brian C. 134 Clark, Brian 102 Clark, Cheryl 134 Bouchard, Linda 133,89 Bouchard, Lori 150 Boughner, Brenda Boughner, Cheryl 117 Boughner, Michael Boukamp, Lanie ' 133, 30, 36-, 137,97 Bourdean, Nancy 133 7 . Bowan,'Cary ' ' H 1 1 Bower, Dave 163 Bowman, Jeanine 150 Boyce, Ron 147 Boyd, Karl 163 7 Boyd, Kevin 163 Boyd, Matt Boyd, Sue 133,147 Bradley, Scott 150 Bradley, Tedd 133,111,102 Bragg, Don 133, 94 Branch, Joanne 150,196 Brandl, Debbie 117,22 Brennan, Dennis 117' Brennan, Don A Brennan, Ed 1331i 111 1 Brennan, joe 150,62 ' Bringard, Stephen 133, 137, 1.11 T Briolat, Alan Briscoe, David 133,39 Briscoe, Kathy 1:50 ' Bristle, Ernestine 117 Brohl, Karen 150, 36 Brohl, Marcia 133 ,L Brooks, Ed 163, 175,170,350 Brooks, Henrietta 150 Brooks, Linda 130 Brothwell, Don 150 Brown, Artie 150 Brown, Bill Brown, Cindy 150,163,9O Brown, Cynthia Brown, Chris 133,197 Brown, Greg 150 Brown, Jeff 163,109 Brown, Jody 133,106 Brown, Kim 117,119 Brown, Kim 151, 121,50 Brown, Lorolie 195,196 Brown, Margaret Brown, Rick 5147770 1 BYOWH, R04 1,17 Brown, Tammi 133 ' Bruce, Carol,151 ,,,, Brueggeman, Cheryl 151 Brueggeman, Jay, 11 Bruen, Kim 133 Bruhns, Kevin . ---1 5 g Bruhns, Mark 163 4 Bruni, Sue 153,18O,175,179 Brush, Patti 59 Bruton, Liz 133, 147,25, 137 Bryce, Todd 133 1 Buckoski, Gail 133 Buckoski, Kathy 163, 175, 37 176 Buckoski, Robin 131 Budzik, Deb 151 Bugaiski, Randy 133 Burch, Robert 151 Burdan, Steven 117 Burgett, Bradley 39,169 Burton, Denise 163,180 Clark, janet 152, 36, 90 - Bushor, Phil 151 Butler, Lori 133 Butler, Penny Buttrell, Amy 133 Buttrell, Fred Buttrell, Greg 151, 61, 91 Byers, David 133 Byers, james Byers, Lauralee 133,73 Cain, Bob 151 Cain, Mary Jo 117, 39,71 Caldwell, Raynard Cameron, Denise Clark, Michael 164 Clark, Robert 194 Cleary, Peter 152, 36, 90 Clingenpeel, Scott 117 Coats, Linda 152 Coggins, Leanne 117 Cole, Diana 118 Cole, Margaret 147 Cole, Tammy 134, 147 Core, Elizabeth Collingwood, Brenda 118 Collingwood, Michael 134 Collins, Alice 152, 21, 27 Campau, Joann 133 Campbell, Alan 181 Campbell, Marilyn 163 Campbell, Sally 130 Campbell, Scott 163 Canavan, Debby 117,113 Cansfield, Kathie 117 Cantwell, Cynthia 151,43 Lynn Ann 134, 25, 137 Cantwell, Caplinger, Marsha 163 Caplinger, Sandra 117 Caris, Paul 158 Carl, Mike 117 Carl, Richard 163 Carman, Mark' 63 Carmichael, Dawr5g,151l, Carmichael, jyll 134 Carpenter, Carmen 80 Carpenter, John 151 Carpo,g?Iane 151 Carrier, Bruce ,,,, Carrier, Linda 163 Carrier, Mary An Carroll, Robert 147, 39751 Carson, Case, T Cas er Diane 134 Om, ,.., ,.,, , , ,P Castellb, David 117,91 Castello, Richard 134 Catalina, Marie 134,25 Catanzaro, Frank Cates, Anthony Cates, Lyndon Cedervall, Allan 134 Cencich, jan 151 Ceverson, J. 112 Chafty, Denise 134 Chafty, Mariette 163 Chafty, Sonya 117 A Chance, Carol 163 Chapin, I-larry Chapman, Richard 56, 195 Charbeneau, Maureen 151, 31, 50 Chargot, Cathy '151 Chargot, Julie V1 Charles, Amy 117 Charles, Fred 134 Charles, Ron 181 Chartier, Margit 134 Collins, Debra 152 Collins, Debra 152 Collins, Kathryn 164 Collins, Lori 118 Collins, Mike 50 Collins, Randy 118 Collins, Rick 118 Collins, Stephen 134,111 Collver David 134 Conard, Steve 134 Conger, jerry 134,100, 111,102 Conger, Mark 152, 101 Conlan, Doug 118 Conlen, Cindy 152 Conlen, Pat 134, 25, 11, 102 Conley, Annette 134,147 Conn, Terri 118,121 c66k, Edd 134 cpok, Kathy 152 Cook, Wallace 147 Cooke, Virginia 134 Coolidge, Brian 164, 181 Coolidge, jeff 134, 36 Cooper, Win 118 Cope, Marge Cope, Stanley Corbin, Barb 118,130 Corbin, Rob 164,39,81 7 Cornwell, Gerald 118 Cornwell, jeff 118, 112 Coronado, Dave 118 Coronado, Michael Corp, jim 164 Corp, jan 134, 71 Corp, Michelle 118,46 Corwin, Beth Costello, Rich 112,111 Coughenour, Mark 118,112 Coughenour, Sam 194 Coulston, Harold Coyne, Pam 134 Crago, Ken 164 Craig, john Crankshaw, Susan Crawford, jeff 134 Crawford, Ranee Cressman, Rebecca 164,29,49, Crirnrnins, Ed 118 162 Crimrnins, Kay 164 Criminins, John,118,112 : : , , Cristner, Frances R Croce, jim 4,5, 13 . Crocker, Emma 152 Crocker, Kathy 134 Crowl, Mark 134,39 Culley, Marsha 152 1 Cumerlato, Cathy 134 Cummings, Ken 181 I -'1' 9 Cummins, Ruth 134 Cunningham, Nancy 164, '29 S Cureton, Allen Cureton, Chris 9 ' Cureton, Dwain Cureton, Leonard Currie, David 118 Currier, Ian 118 Curti, Ben 181,58 Curti, Martha 118, 22, 12 Curtis, Patty 152,138 , Curtis, Sheryl 164, 175,96, 196 Curtiss, Ted 118 Cuthbert, Dan 7 32Hff,,. Glenysfa, Daft, Kathleen m Daggett, Raelynni 152, 39,280 lfll R Dahlke, Craig 1 :3 Dahlke, Tracie R 1 0 Dailey , Elizalazetlffgfl Dake, Sondra R, E Dalenbergi, Dalenberg, Joel 152 Dalenberg, S'cott1118,1O3' Dalton, Jeanette 130 Dam ierf Dave 1518 2 P Dandron,, Debbie 118 Dandron, Paul 55' ' Daniels, Ernest Daniels, Rich 1522 Darling, john135 Davey, Benjamin 1307 Davey, Debbie 152,157 Davey, Ronald 191 Davidson, Karin Davidson, Martha 118,127 Davidson, Matthew Davidson, Paul 130 Davis, Carol 152 Davis, Dawn 165 Davis, Debbie 135 Davis, Matthew Davis, Pam 152 Davis, Sandra 189 Davison, john Dawson, john Dawson, Kathryn 153 Dawson, Rebecca 135 ' awSon, 'ffThei'esa 118 Day, julie ay,fRusJs 135 Dean, Dennis ean, jafzk 135 Dean, Jeffrey Dean, Nancy 118 Deater, Bob 118 Debien, Kathleen 118 Decker, Ruth 137 Deglopper, james 130 Deliss, Dale Delong, Lori 135 Delong, Mike 165 Deloy, David 152 Demars, Lauri 181 Demars, Marybeth Demars, MarySue 152 Demars, William 135 Demerau, Chic 135 Dennis, Eric 118 Dennis, Mike 165 Dentel, Laura ,152 Derocher, Ron 165,42,71, 197 DeTaverni1er, Debbie 135 Devereaux, Lee 118 Dewey, Beatrice Dewey, Mike 135 Dewey, Siie 1:18 DeWitt, Cheryl Dewitt, Geraldine 192 DeWitt, James DeWitt, Margie 135 DeWitt, Tom 165 , Dias, 'ivlichael 194 1 iaii Dickey, James 32, 19222 V Dickinson, Charles Dickinson, Gail 119 Diilefi Angie is Dillion, Barb 135,46, 71, 137 Dillon, Steve 19 5 Dilworth, Robb 135 Digleen, Michae162,191 Dionne, Anita ,119 Ieff Doan, , Darwin ,,ei' ,A h Diicle Ioiann 1 Dodea, Julie 135, 57, 89, 113 Dzsdeafgfnffek 119, 130, 112,9 DQe13Ch, Tim 1 Diiillinberdfl S. 112 , Donaghy, Vic Dfiinnefllon, Patrick 119 Donovan, ,,,, Cindy 165, 175, 197 Defoley, Margaret 'fi Diqgrrifeld, ,Kathy 119 Difirtman, 'Eric Dortman, jean 135 Dougherty, Richard 194 Drake, Gerald 135 Draper, Robin 152 Dresser, Steve 119,112 Drewyore, Cherie 194 Drouillard, Dennis 181 Drouillard, Sheryl 119 Duncan, james 137,195 Dunn, Kathy 135 Dunn, Maureen 135 Dunn, Mike 152 Dupes, Dan 135,36 DuPree, Don 152 DuPuie, Greg Dupuis, Dan 165,49,47, 104 Dupuis, Larry 152 Duquette, Donna 165, 197, 179 Durance, Robin 135 Durand, Danny Durand, Mary 152,88 Durand, Patty 130 Durand, Tex 191 Durand, Theresa 88,97, 113 Durst, Don 152, 70 Duval, john 152,61, 109 Dykeman, Thomas 119 Dykrnan, Debbie 152,89 Dykman, Mark 165, 168,47, 10 Eagle, ,Amy 119 Eagle, Rickey 9,104 Eagling, Bob 135 Easton, Pamela 119 Ecclesiastes 7 Edie, Dile Edie, Debby 152 Edie, Gary . Edie, Mike 119 Efstratis, Manuel 119 Ellerthorpe, jack 135 Ellis, David 119,112 Ellis, Peggy 134 Elsholz, Dave 135 Ely, Charles 153,36 Ely, Jacki 165,169,175, 179 Emeigh, Tom 134 Emery, jim 165,95 Emlaw, Floyd 183, Eadelmanrfg are Engelgau, Steve 119 Engelgau,-EfTim 153, 271 Ennest, Dan 39 h Tonya 1364 Eppley, Kurt 153 Ernest, Linda 130 Ei' ' Ernst, Nan 153 Esterlirie, 'lynifi' 191 ' Etheridge ,Vg Dwight 103 Elie 1, ' iBob"fVf1 6 5 Evans, ,,,,, ,Bill,,181,, 109 EVi2iLns,i'fiffiCe2ZlriC 'Ti 30, 1 1 2 Evans, jeff, 1 112 Evans, Wai1da'153 Bgenda 1 l,36,39, 131 1,130 ,,,, J , Evenson, Francis 136 Evenson, Teresa 136 Evenson, Thor,g165 lll, 1 Faba, 'Elaine 192 Fadell, Gerald., 1. if Fadell, Pam 119,127 Falk, jeff 41 1 Falk, joe 119 Falk, sem 119 Farley, Debra 153 Farley, Kim Farquhar, Deena 153 Ffrrquhar, E f Faulkner , M ja mes Faust, Jo 16s15iff17s,s4o, 35, 39, ,-rr-'.. J. . Feadjfi ebbie 119 Fead, Richard 165 Fe fiiBill 1 36525 ' F91Chf99f,Caro1 ryyr Fei chtiier , Mi cki e :120 Feick ,Carol 165 , FeiCki5'iRebecca136: FQ?,,Ck,1T11'1'l 120 m 1 Fehbert, Charron 15 , Fenner, Roh , Fenner, Shelley 136 ' Fetterly, Dave 165 - Fetterly, Mark 40, 29, 196, 9 3 43,159 5 Fiedler, Douglas 120 Fiedler, Rodney 120 Fieldsefgiijohn 153 . Fields, Sally 165 Flke, Craig, , , Fiiichner Michelle 91 i1Fidri, 136, 134 Flon, l7aul,165, sz, 101 Fislier,S5g5Frai1cine 195 'E F isher, in J eff 120 Fitzgerald, Missy 153, 39, 56, 159 Fitzgerald, Pat 136, 36 Flanigan, Diane 136,39,43,71 Flanigan, Shari 181 Flanigan, Sharon 120 Fleming, Brian 165 Fleming, Michael Fleming, Paul 120 Fleming, Rhoda Fleming, Robin 165 Fleming, Tina 130 Fleming, Vicki 136,140 Flemming, Emma 139 Fleury, Nancy Jo 120 Fochtman, Robert 191 Fockler, Dan 147 Fogal, Sharon 120 Fogarty, Chuck 136, 70, 71 Foglesong, Robert 120 Foley, Matthew 136,111 Forsyth, Tammy 120 Foster, Laura 195 Foster, Robin , Fountain, Carol 153 Fountain, Kathy 165 Fowler, Cindy 136 Fowler, Julie 43, 57, 77, 136 '1 Fowler, Kenneth 153 Fox, Teresa 153,159 7 Fracalanza, Pierre Fuller , 1 Fralick Denise 153 7 Francavilla, Matt 36, 60, 136 Francek, Paul 165 Franke, Janet 136 Franke Martin 166 7 Frantz, Mary 153 1 Fraser, Nancy 40,49, 179 Frasier, Dale 31, 61, 136 Frazer, Brian 35 Frazer, Karen 120 Frazer, Pam 120 Ffedendall, Dvfid Iyy LQ yyyy Freyde ndall , '.,, Frei, Gary A itiitif 1 Fretenboroa,,.PBarI1eIQa Frey, Roland ' Fritch, Fritch, 'Lyniiettet 1205 Frizzle, 12 Fri zzle , Mable - Frizzle, Fugiel, Diane 113 i'f' Fulleff ,,.' il. 39,495ji'90?fi162?fffi166 Furnesss, if. -,-,, Gable A1193 i'f' """ I Galoit, Donna 72, 192 Gallagher, Julie 166 Gardner, Bonnie 136,97 Gardner, Kevin 120 Gardocki, Theresa 39, 40, 46, 91, 113, 179 Gates, Dan 120 Gates, Stephen 166 Gavin, Tim 166,167, 175, 166, Geelen, Geelen, Genaw, Genaw , Genaw, Genaw, 'Cheryl 166 Teresa 91, 120, 136 Joel'91 ,109, 166 Patricia 120 Paul ' ' Sherie 72 Gentilly, ' Sandra "191 George , George , Gerhard Leeann 71, 136 Lonnie t, Vicki , Gerlach, Kathy 166 Gerlach, Mary 147 1 Gerrow, Barb 120 Gerry, Irving Gerry, Nancy 136 Gertz, Shelly 120 ' Gibson, Cindy 120 Giese, Ralph 120 Giese, Sue Gillette, Kim 136 Gillies, Mike 120 Gillihan, Paul 120 Gilmore, Ken 166 Gilmore, Lucinda Gindlesperg, William Giroux, Anne Marie 120 Gismondi, Bernard 193 Gleason, Thom Goldsworthy, Katherine 57, Gonzales, Jose 109,153 Gonzales, Manuel 112,120 Goodrich, Kim 121 Goodrich, Ruby 122 Goodwin, Rick 153 Gordon, Lewis 111,136 Gordon, Mary 22, 36, 39, 12 Gorski, Sharon 121 Gorski, Steve 166 Gossman, Steve 153 Gostinger, Georgia 137 Gostinger, Ted Gracy, Chris 166 Gragowski, Julie 153 Graham, Martha ' ' Grambow, Cheryl Grasel, Anne 121 Grasel, Theresa 153 , Grates, Gina 137 Grates, Grant 1, f Grattan, Douglas 137 Gratton, Robert 166 Graw, Gerald 121 Graw, Lucy Gray, Carol 136 Graziedei, Dominic ' Green, Fred 64, 194 Green, Melody 136 Green, Michelle 136 Green, Mike 121 Green, Mildred Green, Robert Gribbons, Doug 153,39 Griffith, Bob Griffith, Judy 121,46 Groff, Sue 166 Gronek, Allen Gronek, Mariann 137 Gross, Jeff Guba, George 121 Guenther, Steven Guertin, Bambi 121 Guest, Sandy Guest, Susan Guilloz, Elaine 153 1 1 Guizai, Shelly 166, 29, 36,49 Guizar, Roxanne 137, 25, 36, 107 Gunn, Lewis 153 Gunter, Jessie 153,47, 101 Gunter, Larry 137, 102 Gutchess, Mark 153 Gutchess, Shirley 137 Gutchess, Sue 153 Gutierrez, Andy 121 Haan, Dennis 137 Haas, Mariann 121,71 Haddad, John 111 Haddad, Linda 121,43 V Hagen, Mary 1'53,27,159 ,"12, ' Hagle, Brenda 153 Hagle, Vicki 136 ' ' Haight, Fred 121,130 V Haley, Deborah Haley, Wanda V Halifax, Jim 166 Halifax, Mike 137 Hall, Patty Hall, Trish 121 Hallay, Robert Halpin, Tom 153,47, 109 Hamilton, Cindy 121 Hamilton, Debby 37 Hamilton, Deborah 121 Hamilton, Debbie 166, 137 Hamilton, Thomas 155,194 Hancock, Barry Hand, Joan 137 Hand, Kim 166 Hansen, Donald Hanse, Jim 137 Hanton, Dan 122, 193 Harder, Greg 153,47, 109,91 Hardman, Jay 121 Hardman, Jeff 166 Harju, Mark 137 Harland, Ruth 166,4O, 179 V Harmer, Tim 121 Harmon, Bill 154 Harmon, Julie 154,57 Harmon, Steve 147 1, Harmon, Thomas 166 Harneck, Bonnie 121 Harper, Durrell 121,78 Harper, Wesley 166,169 Harrington, Janice 166,40,42 Harrington, Mark 137 Harrington, Pam 121 Harris, Anita 181 Harris, Debbie 137 Harris, Erich 154 Harris, Jeffrey Harris, Robert 112 Harris, Sandy 166,29,39 Harris, Scott 166 Harris, Walter 145,137 Harris, Wanda Harrison, Ardie 18211 Harrison, Berlie Harrison, Dale Harrison, Don 137 Harrison, Doug 137 Harrison, Elaine 166 V Harrison, Eugene 121 Hart, Allen 137,83 Hart, Barbara Hart, Jeanne 154, Hart, Jeff 166 Hart, Jeff 137 Hartel, Lenny 137 Hartel, Mark 121 Hartnett, Trisha Harvey, Pam 138,113 Harvey, Sand5gg,96 J Harvey, Steven ' HaPW.O0diff.,iNaH9Y 1,-92 Hastings, f7Sheryl 138 , 71' Haugher, Marjorie, 139 Havens, Karen 7 r'11 f' Havner, John m ' Havner, Mark? Hayden, Liz 154,36 V Hayden, James 1215, 112' +55 Hayden, Sandy 121,36 Hayes, Jarnes,,i121-,ui Hayman, Debbie 154 Haynes, Carol 139,97 , Hayward, Irvin 42, 195 Hayward, Staate 121 Hazelwood, Jim 138, 102 Heeke, Jon J Heeke, Levina Heering, Tom 138 Heidemann, Howard 193 Heidenreich, Dave 166 Heier, Brad 138,47,94' Heier, Kirk 154, 94, 91 Heimburger, Glenn 138 Helle, Terry Heltman, Jeff 121, 130 Henderson, Amy 121 Henderson, Howard 154 Henderson, Bob 167 Henry, Jeff 154 Henry, Larry 167,154 Hensley, Stacia 121,127 Hepting, Mike 167 Herber, Chip 147 Hering, Terry Hewett, Mark 138 Heyn, Debbie 154 Hickey, Mike 154 Hickey, Tim 49,74,109 Hicks, Bob 182 Hicks, Jim Hieston, Julie 121 Hill, Gloria 167 Hill, Ken Hillis, Julie 154 Hillis, Linda 122, 22 Hillis, Brenda Hillman, Dave Hillman, Denny 138,35 Hillman, Jack Hillman, Janet Hillman, Judy 147 Hillock, Suellen 122, 127 Hills, Brenda 167 Himmel, Kevin Hinkley, Carl 138 Hirschfield, Hollie 138 Hirschfield, Michele 154,149 Hobbs, Bruce 191 Hobson, Sue 167 Hodge, Jean 138 Hoffman, Theo 167,178 Hogg, William 154 Holbrook, Judy 138 Holburt, Tom 138 Hollingworth, Lilly 192 Holmes, Alan 138, 111 Holmes, Carolyn 154, 71, 159 Holmes, Marsha 122 Holsbeke, Bob 122 Holsbeke, Tim Hoover, Jennifer 138, 24, 25, 57, 137 Hopkins, Clair 167, 52,100, 101,109, 98 Horn, Lynne 154,90 Houle, Tony 138,111,102 Houston, Houston , Houston , Houston , Houston, How ard, How ard , How ard , How ard , Howison, Gary 147 Hans ,V John 111 Julie Marlin Cathy 122 A Dave Tom 122, 112 Tim 1122, 103 Debbie Hreha, Debbie,gEl,54 H.reha, J OKI, Hrisca, Julie 130, 36 Hrisca, Lynne -i" 1 54,43 Hubb ard Hu ghes , Hughes , Hu ghes, Hu ghes, Hughes , Hughes , , ,Shaver Bash 154 , G9rdQ,9 133, Niargueiriteifiif 1 Mike 154, 39, 109 Robert ririi Steve'i122 Hulverson, Arlene 122 Hulverson, Michele 167 Hulverson., Randy at J Hunter, Richard 122 Hurd, Bruce 167,48 Hustek, Charlene 130,71 Hustek, LuAnn Hustek, Mike 154 Hustek, Steven Hustek, Vickie 147 Huston, John Huston, Mike 130 Hutchins, Suzanne 138 Hyde, Esther Hyde, Everett 138,39, 111,91 Hyde, Louise 122, 39,91, 127,90 Hyde, Terry 90,167,4O, 36, 39, 91, 50,179 Hyslop, Hyslop, Ingerson Leigh 122 Sue 154 , Tami 138 Ingerson, Terry 167 Ireland, Ireland, Ireland , Mary Richard Sandra Irvine, Robin 122, 36, 71 Irwine, lsabell, Jackson, Steven Liz 122 Elise 138, 71 Jackson, Julie 122,113 Jackson, Leonard 122 Jackson, Michael Jackson, Ray 138 Jackson, Scott 138 Jacobs, Dave f Jacobs, Loran 138,43 Jacobsen, Mark 154 Jahn, Carol 167 Jahn, Tim Jamison, Janet 122 Janderwski, Rick 154 Jansen, Charlie 167 3 Jansen, Jeanne 122 Jarvis, Mark 167 J- Jehl, Mike 138 Jenkins, Jenkins, -Holly -' Mike 122 Jex, Dave Jex, Greg Joerger, Lynn 154 Johnson, Charles 193 Johnson, Classie 122 'ff '1-' Johnson, Donald Johnson, Laura 139 Johnson, Mark 154 Johnson, Mark 167, 139 Johnson , Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson , Johnson, Johnson , Johnston, Johnston, Johnston, ohnston, Johnston, "Johnston, J ohnston , Johnston, Johnston, Johrcston, Johnston ,J Johnston , Michael 3154 Narvella 167 5 Paul 191 Sandee 154,27, 106,150 Tim 167,175 V5 Virjean Wendy 122 W Annette 167, 50, 179 'i Billie 122, 112 Greg 122 Harvey 122, 103 James 139, 136, 111 John C ,,,, , .ie Judy Julie , ,,, I ,, Norma 167 ,Tari 139 V Vicki 167 William 122 Jones, Celia 139 Jones, Dave 130,112 Jones, Gary 122 Jones, Gwendolyn 71 Jones, Karen 123 Jones, Ki iii 1:-37,110,179 Jones, Mark Jones, Randy 12 3 Jones, Sheryl 170,71 Jones, Terri 154 Jordan, Linda 170 Joslin, Cheryl 139 Jowett, Alan 139 Jowett, Bill 155 Juillett, Benny Jurzysta , Bill 139 Juziuk, Steve Kading, Kurt Kalaf, Al 123 Kalish, Kelly 123 Kanthak, Kanthak, Adolph Emil 1 39 Karl, Janet 139 Karl, Leonora 139, 133, 137 Karrmann, Jim 123,103 Kostoff, Jim 123 Kearns, Becky 123 Kearns, Mark 155,27, 36,101 Kearns, Penny Kearns, Tim 123, 130, 39, 103 Ke asling, Robert Ken, Cindy 170,175 Kelch, D iane Keller, Karen 123 Keller, Kathy 170 Kelly, Barb Kelly, Jeff 170 fi Kemp, Dorothy 183 Kemp,fSue'155,i27,89- ' Kendrick, Cindy 139 V, -Kenna dy, Jeff M . A Kenny, lan 13,955 1 Kent, Cindy 123' Kent, KM-159 is 1 Kerr, Sue ' Lapish, Dave 171,47 109 Kerwin, Gordon Kessler, Claire 155 Keylor, Kathy 155 Keylor, Paul 139 Keys, Kathy 155 Kibbe, Randy 123 Kidd, Russell 123,112 Kieft, Mark Kilbourn, Gary Kilbourne, Sandra 155 Kimball, Dave 123 Kimball, Suzanne 139,25 Kincaid, James 123 Kincaid, Ronney 139 Kinert, Nancy Jo 170,113 King, Daniel 123 King, John King, Kathy 155,43 King, Kim 170 King, Kris 155,91 Kinnee, Patricia 123 Kirkendall, Bruce ,V Kish, Roger iyig, 1 Kivel, Dennis Klein, Andrew Klein, Kathleen 40,49 Klein, Lisa 139, 137 Knapp, Patricia 193 Knapp, Sandra 123 3' Knutt, P. 39 Knickerwicker, Ted 47 Knowles, Robert 123 Knowlton, Jeff 170,39 Koback, Jayne 155 Kober, John 170 Kober, Stephanie 139 Koch, Mark 155 Koehn, Vicki 139, 66, 71 Kogelschatz, Judy 71 Kohlman, Thomas 123 Kolar, Pam 170 Kolar, Patti 170 Kele, Keyan 170, 165,47, 109 Komph, William 191 Koob, Jim 170, 36, 66, 108, 109 Koppel, Kenneth 140 Kosel, Bill 155 Koss, Dan Koss, Debbie 170 Koss, Joe ' Kostoff, Jim 130 Kota, Mary 140 Kott, Chuck 155 Kovach, Cindy 155 ,,,,, Kraft, Stephen 155,91 Kraft, Gerry 123,39 Kramp, Mark Krampien, Cathy 155 Kraus, Mary 155 Kraus, Mike Kraus, Richard 123,112 Krause, Kathy 123 Kremer, Clark 140 Kremer, Steve 171 Kreuger, Kevin 155 Kring, Janice 140,137 Kring, Mike 155 Krohn, Dennis 140 Kuberski,Q,Gerri 197 Kuhr, c Kuhr, Nancy 140 Kukola, Debbie 155 Kulczycki, John Kullander, Rick A. 39 Kuschel, Eleanor La Badie, John 171 La Badie, Patricia 140 La Beau, Julie Laber, Kathy 155 Lacey, Tammy 41, 71 Lacey, Vickie 123 Ladensack, Darla 171 Laframboise, Pat Laidlaw, Andrea Laidlaw, Klohn LaMarsh, Jim Lamb, Brian 123 Lambert, Nan 155 Lambert, Steven 140 Lambert, Terri 155 Laming, Richard LaMotte, Cathy 155 Lander, Ben 123 Lander, Liz 155 Landschoot, Frank 123, 36, 112 Lane, Janet 195 Lane, Leanne 140 Langolf, Dan 155,47, 108, 109 Langolf, Jim 171 Langolf, Lori 147 Langolf, Steve 155 Lapich, Dan 123 """ ' - Liddle , Lieb i , Barb 140 John 140, 143 Limherg, Michelle 171,43 Lindberg, Dave 140 Little , Jere 123 Liverance , Herb Livings Livings Lloyd, Loane , Loc ke , Logan, Logan, Logan, ton, Frank ton, Mary 123 7 Sara 171 Lori 140 Tammy 123 Cathy Randy Tom ' Lohr, Brian 140, 35,197 Lohr, Lori 140 Lohr, Wendy 140 London, Edward 123 Longley, Carol 123 ffl' Lorts, Cathy 14O,21, 25,39 Lorts, Steve 123,112,103 Louks, Daniel 171 Louks, Gary Loxton, Sharon'?51i56 ' , - Lucas, Helen 140,113 Luce, Anne 124,22,129,127 Luce, Laurie 27, 155 Luc kha Ludlow Ludwig rdt, Carol 155,46,96 , Barb 49, 171 , Julie 140 6 I D Lapish, Martha 171,175 Lardner, Merle 37 Lasky, Carri 123,91 Lautner, LarIfy,ij.171 LaVere, Evalynn LaVere, Rick 147 LaVigne, Mike 155 Lazurka, Mariann 123 Leahy, Patricia 123 Leahy, Maureen'140,96 Leahy, Bob 171 Ledsworth, Dave Ledsworth, Gary 140 Ledsworth, Julie 155 Ledsworth, Mike 140 Ledsworth, Phil 123 Lee, Carl Lee, Diane 171 Lee, Larry 123 Lee, Roy 123 Lees, Cathy 171,17S,43,49 Lees, Tom 14O,39, 133 Lemieux, Gloria 140 Lemieux, Vida 171,34 Leneway, Gary 123 Lentz, Linda 140 Leonard, Laurie Lepa, Sandy 155 LePage, Brenda 140 LePage, Joe 123 Lepien, Jeneal 140 Lester, Dan 123 Lester, Donna 140 Lester, Mike 155 Leveille, Rick 140, 111,102 Levin, Paul 140 Lewandowski, Bruce 140 Lewandowski, Janice 123 Lewandowski, Joe Lewandowski, Sue 171 Lewandowski, ,Tom Lewis, Celeste 140,91 Lewis, Madge 155,159 Liber, Christine 171,43,64, 175,179 Ludy, Jeff 29,36,39,171 Lukasek, Jane 156 Lynch, Linda 171,175, 21,29 49, 196, 179 Lynch, Lois 124, 22 Lynch, Pam 182 Lynn, Jeffrey 124 Lyon, David 141 Lyon, Leslie 171 Lyszak, Walter 193 MacDonald, Carole MacDonald, David 171 MacDonald, Doug 124 MacDonald, Susan 171 Maciejewski, Allan 156 MacKenzie, Lauree 156 Mackie, Bill 156 Mackie, Torri 124 Mackie, Elizabeth 195 MacLean, Hugh 141 MacLean, Ken 83 MacLean, Steve MacMillan, Terrence 171 MacReady, Michele MacRury, Mark 124 Mactaggart, James 40, 179 ,36, 43, Mactaggart, Heather 141, 25, 36, 88, 113 Madej, Chris 71 Mageski, Judy 124 Mahosky, Jody 124 Mahosky, Brian Main, Michael Mejeski, Den 156 Major, Tim 156 Malane, Colleen 175,89 Manep, Chris 124 Manz, Karen 124 Manz, Kyle 124, 130, 131 Manis, Tom Marcero, Mike 124 v Marcozzi, Kevin 175, 37, 36, Marcozzi, Nancy 124, 36, 39, Marczan, Paula 179 127 Marengo, Mark Mari old,iTheresa 156,39 S ' Marks, sitii Kim 7 Marks, Linda 147 ' Marone, John 156 Marone, Joe 112 Marriott, Sharon Marsark, Joe 124,112 V Mars'aclf5,q,,Geralc1 ,- Martiriigrfifrrian gf124f ' ' Martin,fBruce 141 Martin,gJim 141, 111 Martin, Julie 141 Martin, Larry 156 Martinez, Mike Massrnan, ' Mark 1 Massrnan, Terri 141 Masters, A'f, Gregg "QQ Matthews, Anna 124 Matthews, Bill 156 Matthews, Donna 124,71 Mathews, John 124 M3tf5Q115, aa4 1 Robert 156 lv1axWe'l.li," Brad Maxwell, Harley May, Cheryl 141,137 May, Jon 156,19 May, Shelli 124 May, Wilson 19 Mayher, Debbie 141 Maynard, Brian 131 McAllister, Deborah McAllister, Sandy 124 McBrien, Joe McCabe, Scott 141 McCallum, Glen McCalmon, Mitch McCalrnon, Tina 141 McCalumm, Mike McCarthy Anne 124 39 McKenzie, Cathy 141 McKenzie, John McKinch, Jack 36,156 McKinlay, Patricia 159 McKinley, Pat 91, 156 McLane, Tery McLean, Barbara 193 McLelland, Kelly 156,157 McLelland, Rob 112,124 McLeod, Cheryl 56, 156 McLeod, Ron 194 McMullin, Robert 124 McNash, Mark 141 Mcliaughton, Jean 141 McNaughton, Wendy 141 Mc0vat, Cheryl McPhedrain, Rusty 141 McPhedrain, Daniel MCQuat, Cheryl 141 McTaggart, Cindy 141 McTaggart, Scott 49, 169 McTaggart, Vincent McTevia, Anita,156 McTevia, 103, 124 Meade, Lynda 11 5, 125 Meade, Susan ' ' Meads, Rick 101','109, 156 Meads, Terry 141 Mechan, Cheryl 125, 130 Mechan, Mary Ann Meddaugh, Steven ,156 Mehler, Denny 141, Mehler, Frank 2? Meinhardt, Barbara 156 Meinhardt, Roxanne Melms, Marilyn 36, 50, 156 Meyer, Jim 156 Meyer, Ruth 195 Meyers, Cathy 156 Montgomery, Kevin 27, 101, 108, 109 Montgomery Rita 125 Montgomery, Sherri 142 Moody, Paul 125, 112, 103 Moody, Stephen 156, 109,91 Moore, Dan 125,103 Moore, Kathy 156 Moore, Leslie Moore, Martha 173, 36,91,97, 113 Moore, Therese 156 Morden, Cindy 125 Morden, Larry 142 Morden, Mark 142, 39, 111 Mordis, Laura 142,113 Morehead, Raymond 188 Morgan, Janice 142 Morley, Joann 125 Morris, Debbie 142, 36, 106 Morris, Jody 156 Morris, Randy 157 Morrison, Fritz 182 Morrison, Gary 173 Morrison, Glen Morrison, Judy 142 Morrison, William 193 Moser, Dave 125 Moser, Louie 142,74 Moses, Gerald 157 Moses, Rich 175,173,36,39,64 Mosher, Deanna 125 Mosher, Debby 157 Mosher, Emily 142 Mosier, Pamela 191 Moss, David Moss, Gary Moss, Roselyn 173 Motte, Denise 173,175 Moulton, John 157 Moulton, Keely 125 Moyer,,s,,,,,Karen 1 4 2 Moyher, 'Debra McCarthyZ Bruce 174,,175,179 McCarty, Patrick M.J. McC1eaf,, Laura Mc Cleary, Cindy im 124 7 MC 'Jeanette McCormick, Robert McCoy, Carolyn 124 McCoy, Dennis 156 McCoy, Susan 72 McCoy, Velda 141 McDonald, Carole 156 McDonald, Kathy McDonald, Pam McDonnell, Mark 40 McDonnell, Shannon 141 McElroy, Diane McElroy, Jim 141 McElwee, David McFadden, Betsy 141,107,97 McFarlane, Pat 147 McGinnis, Mark McGregor, Connie 124 Mclntyre, Dan 47, 168 Mclntyre, Martin 36, 124 Mclntyre, Mary 117,124,131 McKay, David 182 McKenzie, Beth 141 McKenzie, Carol 124 Meza, l Meza, Maria ' Miller, Donna 125 Miller, Geoffrey 156, 34 Miller, Gregory 125 Miller, Gregory 156 Miller, Harold 193 Miller, James125 Miller, Miller, Kevin,'I25' Miller, Kimberlie Miller, Larry 56, 195 Miller, Laurie Miller, Marie 147 Miller, Patricia 156,39,91, Miller, Richard 194 Miller, Steve 125,130,112, Miller, Terry Miller, Theresa Mills, Sue Mills, Bill Miron, Denise 156 Miron, Don 141 Miron, Kurt 173,47 Miron, Mike 173,47,98 Miron, Shirley Mitchell, Donna 156 Mitchell, Karen 142 Mix, Shelley 142,25,96 Moak, Jackie 173 Molinaro, Jeffery 156 Molinaro, Mary 142 Molinaro, Tom 173 Montgomery, Jacalyn 173 Mugridge, Barry 142 Mugridge, Glen 173 Murawski, Debbie 142 Murphy, Dave 142 Murphy, Janet 125 Myers, Kathy 125 MYlC1SEsl5,Qf5andV 142 Mytirigier, Bill 157 , Napolitan, Barb 125,43 Napolitan, Mary 157,43, Naylor, Chris 182 Neil, Mary 191 Debbie 157 ,V 142 , I Nelson, Na11st5ag7575711r1S,19s 7 Nelson, Leona Nestle, Rick 145 Netter, Dave 125 Neumann, Pat 125 Neumann, William 1 Newman, Karen 142, 132 Newznaagn, Paul 173 Loren 157, 150, Newton, Marilyn 125 ','9 V Nichol, Cherie 142 Nichols, Deanna 125 Nicholson, Dan Nicholson, Janice 157 Nioholson, Susan 12715, Ngfssl ,,1, Qavid 125 L M2111 Norman, Toni 125 L 9 Norman, James 192 , 50 Norris, Dave 'Tj74f'11vff Norris, Kathy 125 Norton, Brett 142, 1 Norton, Rene 131,113,511,fj5,,,,, Nowiski, John 125 Nowiski, Mary 175,40,1,79 Nunn, Vicki 157,27 Nurenberg, Mike 173 Nuss, Larry 142 i Nutt, Linda 142 I Nutt, Bill 'oyr 1732 7 Nuttall ,fiZL1A'nne 1 142. ' 1 .1 obermesi1kQil11PJoh1i11257 A ' -einn-es'i'k','i,Phy11is - ' ofsi-iee, chris, 125, se, 39 O'Connor,f'Bill 142 mf L ' O' Connor ,ff Carole 142 O'Connor,1 Joe 1251, 112 0'De1l:,fKaren 173 O'De'll, Lynne 126,46,91,1 Odle,f Cheryl 142 Odle, Karen 126, ' O'Donnell, Dave 182 O'Donnell, Kevin 142 0"'Hare, Bert 1126- 1 o'Hefe, Peru f O'Kar1nns, Debbie ,126 Olar, Mary Ann 3 Olary, Brian ' ij Oleary, Daniel 1125, 103 Olney, Kim 157 if im., Olunsil-2, Cifldv 173, 39771279 O5borr,',Ann 173 '1 Zi Osgoodigleff 157,1O91j 1 Os ood' Rick 302 126 1 5 ii . 1 ' ' Ostrandier, Brenda 126 Overbrook, Joseph 126, 1131 Overholt, Eric 162 A V i Overholt, jim 157 1 Overly, james 188 ' Overly, Kris 173, 3O,95, 17 Pagot, Denise 175,173 Palmateer, Bernard 192 Palmateer, Patti ' Palmer, Cynthia 126, 131 9 13 Pancratz, Brigette 157,36,139,99,159, ' 50 Parachoniak, Mary Ellen 157 Parker, Dan 142 Parker, Steve 173 Parrish, Brad 126 Parrish, julie 142, 133 Parrish, Lori 131 Parrish, Robin 157 Patterson, Mark 126,111 Patterson, Mark 142,39 Patton, Mark 142 Putzke, Leslie 63 Paul, Marvin Peacock, Dave 157 Peacock, Sue 143,96 Peacock, Robert 173 Pearson, Donald 191 Peattie, Joel 126 Pederson, Kim 126 Pederson, Sandra Pedrotti, Suzanne 175,173 Peek, Margaret 173, 36, 48 Peeling, Debbie 143 Peeling, jim 126 Peeling, Walt 126, 103 Pemberton, Gloria 126 Pemberton, Brian Pemberton, Mar14f1126 fi Pemberton, Pam i1'4'3,Q1546, f Pennington, Cris 1261 Pepper, Chris 126,895 Perez, Irene 126 'P 1 Perley, Karyn 175,1173f Perry, Lezlie 157,I195'f' Perry, Lillian 57 Perz, Sydney 25 Peters, Edwin Peters, Debbie, 71' Peter, Ellen "',i 32 1 1 11 1 ,,E,g?e,m, Kristine 1 1 Sue 1 Peterson, Kaflwflil? 1 . 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Postill, Cindy l65,.l74:,21-,29 Postill, Debbie 174 ' Postill, Maryln 174, 69, 175, 181, 17 Potter, William 126 Povenz, Cathy 175,174,119 Povenz, William 126,39 Preston, Laura 126 ' Preston, Russ' 158 Price, Tom 168,95,75 Price, Tommy 174 Proctor, Anne 131,71 Proctor, Scott 157,47 Proctor, Showni126,112 Przytakoski, jay 143 Ptaszynski, Brenda 143, 135, 137,97 Ptaszynski, Gary 182 Putzke, Randy' ' Quandt, jack 143 Quandt, Kevin 143 Quandt, Lorraine 126 5 Quanstrom, joan Quanstrom, Stephen 126, 103 Quitter, Diane 131 Quitter, Karen Rabine, Andrea 157 Racz, Cindy 175 Racz, Pam 143 Rader, Heidi 126,129 Rader, Josie 157, 27 Radford, Debbie 157 Radke, Rodney ' Raetzel, Carolyn 157, 27 Raetzel, Dennis 182,68 Raftery, Ann 126,91 Raftery, Michael 157,39 Ralph, Doug 157 Ramsey, jim 126 Ramsey, Ladrie 174 Randolph, Deborah Rantanen,Daphine 193 Rapp, Cheryl 143,61,78, 137 Rawley,i'Kathy 175 Rawling, Bob. 126 Rawza, 'Ed 143 Rawzal, geeneiee Ray, Diane Ray: 7 R2-VH105 JPQY Rayrno,-6 Renee 1 Readme, Cheryl 126,71 Rec, Ann Marie 182 Redmond, Tim 112 Reed,,',Alic,e 157 Reed, Dan'182, 77 Reed,iiDaVid 143 Reed, Peggy 174,39, 179 Reese, lvlark 175 Reese, Scott 157,109 Reid, 'Ai-line 143 Reid, Jin 143 Reid, Sharon 126 Reid, Wayne 143 Remick, john. 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Stalker, Debby 177,40 Standal, Gary 177 Stanfill, Steve 145 Stapleton, Mark 145 St. Coeur, Richard 177,36, 39 St. Coeur, Steve 128, 103 Stebbins, Richard 128 Stebbins, Robert 145 Steemburg, Tim 145 Stein, Diane 145 Stein, John Stein, Marsha 128 Steinborn, John 164,177,69 Steinborn, Sally 159,88 Stephens, Karen 145, 107,137 5 Stephens, Kathy 182 Stephenson, Linda 145,43 Stephenson, Tim 128,71 1, Stephenson, Tim 145,102 Stevens, Kathi 128 Stevens, Lori 128 Stevenson, Jerome iii 145,62 Stine, Wi11iram,128,11g,2 Stiver, Carol 128,46 Stiver, Charles'1591,47,109 Stocks, Brian 1 Stocks, Lisa' 145,36,71 8 Stocks, Lynn 128, 1371 Stoddart, Kristi 159 Stoeber,'Laurie 128 Stollings, Brenda 128 Stoutmeyer, Kathleen 128,46 Stover, Jay it 9 Su-auss, Scott 128 Strawska, Michael 177 Streb, Barb 177, 175,29, 36, 59, 149 Streb, Terersa 145,137 Streeter, Brian 159, 19,38 -Ifr - Streeter, Ronda 128 Stroh, Bev 9 Stroh, Lillia, Siroh, Melody Strong, Mary Struble, Jenny 128 ,g Studaker, Cindy 159 Studaker, Doug 177 Studaker, Randy 177 Studaker, Tim 128,-112 Stuewer, Karl 128 , Sturdevant, Sally 128 Sugden, Ken 9 'fi Summerer, James 182 Summerer, Paul Swadler, Carl-9111.2 5 Swoffer, Pauline 128 Symon, Cheryl if ' Symon, Mark 172, Szelog, Dave 177 Szelog, Susan'-128,121 Szostek, Judy 145, 39, 107, Tacia, Glenn Taggart, Steven 192,104 Tait, Karen 145,96 Tait, Laurie 128,39 Talladay, Richard 191 Talley, Kris 128 , -ia. Trapp, Robert, 195 Trembath, Richard Tremble, Bill!9159 Tremble Debfbrah Trdllsdale, Mari? i'r'-1i.,, Tuvflwslv, Gevrse Turk, Stacey 39 ,Q1'urlpff,, Eric , Turner, Charlifls 129 Turner, Jan 8 Tume1frgLall:l1fl9 129, Turneyi, Sindy M Elllenbziach, 129 sulienbifiieh, Mafzass va, 112 Tallmadge, Debi 128, 74,118 Tanton, David Tanton, Debra 129 Tarrant, Brad Tarrant, Greg 145 Tarzwell, Diane 145 Tarzwell, Nancy 159 Tasker, Donald 177 Tate, Kathleen 194 Tate, Sandra Tatro, Scott - Tayler, Kim 159 Taylor, Elizabeth 1293 Taylor, Gary 1 Taylor, Harold 129 Taylor, Janet 129 Taylor, Jon 145,111 Taylor, Kathy 145 T Taylor, Ken Taylor, Taylor, Pam Taylor, Steve 145 Teeple, Jill 129 Teeple, Nancy 159 I Tegge, Jill 145 Tepes, Vlad 147 - Thayer, Dwain Thayer, Ed 177,49 Thomas, Beth Kim T Thomas Dave 167 177 ii75 40 49 S Thomas: Jane 145,,251g9,7 Thomas, Kenneth 145,83 Thompson, Bette 145 Thompson, Bruce 129,112 Thompson, Dale Thompson, Joni 129 1 Thompson, Julie 145 1 Thompson, Ronda 159 Thompson, Susan 17851, Thomson, Kaye 129 Thomson, William 118 Thornton, Paula 159 Thrash, Sheryl 182 Thrash, William 118 Thrushman, Vicky 178 Thruston, Beth 178, 175 Thruston, Debby 129 ,V Ticknor, Terri 145 H Tinsley, Edward 193 Toles, Brenda 145 Toles, Joni 22 Tomion, Sarah 178,63 Totten, David Totten, Marilyn Touma, Carol Trager, Cathy 159, 36,6 7, UmlorffsreyeafsfriSSH! Urb an,i Jeanne ,V Urieg' Vickie 145 ii ' Urmy, Dannett 159 1, VanBuskirk, Kenneth 1462 3 VanBuskirlc51 Martin 146 1' VanBuskirk, Bob 178 Vandaele, Michael Vandeuren, Christy 159 Vandeuren, Ron 129 Vandusen, Agnes Vandusen, Mark VanDylce, Jessie VanLuven, Timothy 129 Vargo, Var-go, Jane 182 Kris 146 Vaughn, Becky 159,131 Vaughn, Kevin 146 Vermeulen, Rick 129 S Vickers, Jeff " VickerS, Richard Vigrass, Dorothy ,,,, 2 3 Vigrass, Nancy 146, 137, 97 Vincent, Cheryl 146, 137,97 Vincent, Lynn 159, 39 Vincent, Tim i Waal, Wacke Wadde Wadde Wade , Wade , Wade , Wade, Wagar Craig 129 r, Douglas 146 6 ll, Ed159 -5 ll, Pete Clarence 192 irrlr Dave 146 Debby 178,43, 175,17 Don . , David Wagar, Janet 129, 113 Wagar, Karen 146,,-1 13 Wagne Wagne Wagne Wagne r, Daniel r,gg:Kevin f, Rick 159, 148 178 9 Wak, Pete 129 Wakeen,' Kristine 129, 36, 127 wakehasa, ,Laurie 1346, 83 Walker, Alan 160 Walker, Roliiini160f88 Walker, Roger '146 Wallace, Dan 129 Wallace, Raymond 178 Wals, Walsh, Walsh, Walsh, Walsh, Peter Elizabeth John 131 Kevin 129 Mary 146 Walsh, Mike 52, 137 Walters, Glenda 160 Ward, James 178,4O, 19,42,58 Ward, Pat 158,160,38,159 Ward, Timothy 146,111 Warren, Doris 194 Warren, Linnea 146 Warshefski, Julie 146,137 Wasmuth, Julie 146, 138 Wassom, Gary Waters, Ellen 160,68 Waters, Krystal 146 Waters, Phillip 146 Watkins, Barb 178,43 Watkins, Debbie 146 Watkins, Jeffrey Watkins, Thomas 160 Watson, Craig 129 Watson, Dave 160, 159 Watson, Drew 178, 174,17 Watson, John Watson, Kathy 178, 179 Watson, Kelli 129, 127 Watson, Virginia 146 Webb, Fred 160,91 Weber, Wendy 160,39 Wehrwein, Betty 129 Weideman, Andy 146 5,49 Weiner, David 178, 164, 108, 109 Weiner, Sue 129 Weiss, Sandy 178 Welch, Cathy 160, 71 Wellman, Clara 188 Wellman, Gary 178 Wellman, Randy Welsh, Deborah Welsh, Don 160 Welsh, Keith 160 Wessel, Scott West, Darlene 160 West, Deborah 129 West, Julie 129, 127 West, Pat 146 West, Tom 160 Western, Rebecca 160 Whitican, Jane 146 Whitican, Sue 178 Whybrew, Richard 182 Wiersma, Debbie 182 Wiersma, Mary Lynn 129 Wild, Shelley 146, 113 Wildie, Chuck 129 Wildie, Edwin 146 Wiley, Steven 129 Wilhelm, Andy 130, 36, 39 Wilkins, David Roy 130 Wilkinson, Bill 130 Wilkinson, Stan 36, 137 Willard, Mark 37, 180, 39 Willey, Willey, Mark 180, 160 Mike Willey, Patrick Willey, Susan 146, 39, 137 Willhelm, Dale 180,91 Willhelm, Don 182 Williams, Mary Williams, Mike 131 Williamson, Jerry Williamson, Michele Willing, James 160 Willing, Jayne 160,71 Willis, Robin 130 Weston, Sandra 146, 25, 137, 97 Weymouth, Jay 192 Whaling, Mary Beth 178 Wheels, Paula 146 White. Debbie 178 White, Kerry 178 Whitican, Cindy 129 Wilson, Anna Wilson, Randy 130 Wilson, Sally Wilson, Steve 180, 36, 38, 39 Wilson, Tom A. 130, 103 Wilson, Tom G. 130,103 Wilson, Wendy 146,96 Wilton, David Wilton, Julie 130 Wilton, Mike Wilton, Shelia 146, 25, 89 Wine, Jeff 130, 103 Winters, Jed 146,111 Wise, Michelle 182 Wise, Mike Wismer, Barbara 71 Wisson, Witzke , Fredrick 146, 76 Mary Lou 180 Wixson, Mark Wolf, Ken Wolf, Matt ,159 Wolfe, Sharon Wolfe, Sue 130 Wolford, Kim Wolford, Pam Wolivn, Tim 131 Wolvin, James Wood, Vicki 160 Woods, Worden, Worden, Worden, Worden, Worden, Wright, Wright, Wright, Wright, Peter 191,111 Mike 146 Lynne 160, 21, 27, 61, 159 Moe 146, 35 Robert 146, 39 Bill 180 Dene 146 Mary Beth 180, Sharon 160 Tamara Lynn 16s,49, 175 Wurmlinger, Wendy 146, 97 Wynkoop, Robert 130, 1 Wynkoop, Timothy 180 1 Wynkoop, Vicki 130, 122 Wypych, Marsha 71 Yale, C indy Yarbrough, Janice 160 Yeagley, Rick Young, Christine 130 Young, Gary 194 Young, John 3 25,107,137 1 1 Young, Lisa Young, Nancy 160 Youngs, Susan 180 Youngs, Riley 147 Yull, Kim 130 Zeien, Rick Zelecki, Dan Ziegler, David 180 Zimmer, Berdine Zimmer, Ronald 180, 189 Zmolik, Joe Zurick, Steve 164,47, 104 Zweng, Synde 180 Q 'VFESES WEEE FS as S Exfx ,Y I' X ,f 4 1 s, :J ip, . , 1 , S mm' NW' Nllltmu 'WEL' Will! 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A spring sport. The name of this book is The Moi '75 Port Huron Northern CAbbr.D The class who SHOULD have won the barrel. 7 18 l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ll F XVT6 st I UP A you a BUST Lyzak WAIT goes t The new wrestling cheer- leaders, Mat Another name for unexcused absence. DOWN The school colors are blue and Another name for Home Coming C2 wds. D Our beloved principal 9th grader The class that made the movies. The band that played at Mardi Gras. Every semester you take final . To get through the halls you need a hall,. You need 32 of these to graduate. A mysterious visitor who came in the fall. Our cross-town rivals. managed to draw more fans to the ling matches this year than any V other. The LET'S GET ROWDY BUT SHUT- ND LISTEN TO NLE Award goes to Mr. Dickey. The RED EYES IN THE MORNING Award goes to.. . . fYou lmow who rely The WE'VE COT THE BRAINS BUT SURE DON'T LOOK IT Award goes to the members of the NHS. The YOU CAN HOLD ON or THE ED KIDNEY Award goes to Mr. and his "john watchers" who saw to it that the bathroom doors were locked in our time of need. The IS THAT FOOD? or The PUT A LITTLE HAMBURGER IN THOSE OATNHEAL PATTIES Award goes to the preparers of our lunch. The SORRY I'LL READ THAT AGAIN or THE MOST MISSPOKEN Award goes to radio station WORW. The WE ALMOST MADE IT BUT UNTIL NEXT YEAR Award o all our sports teams. 229 From September, 1971, until june, 1975, myriads of events have affected the lives of students at Northern. One of the most important events became known as Wa- tergate. Under Richard M. Nixon, a "law and order" President, a series of un- believable events took place. There was the bugging of the Democratic headquarters, the cover-up, secret tapes, mysterious buzzes and gaps in the tapes, executive priv- ilege, perjury, laundered money, hush money, dirty tricks, expletive deleted, wiretapping, nonpayment of taxes, tens of millions of dollars for San Clemente and Florida homes, "at that point in time", "inoperative, " the vote to impeach, and finally Richard Nixon's resignation on August 9, 1974. But let us not forget Rich- ard Nixon's words of April, 19731 ". . . No individual holding, in the past or at present, a position of major importance in the admini- stration should be given im- munity from prosecution. " 17 months later RMN was par- doned by President Gerald R. Ford for all crimes Nixon committed or may have com- mitted President of the United States. Other political events happened in the last four years, too. Nixon went to China, he swamped McGov- ern in the 1972 presidential election, taking 49 states. At first it was thought that 230 Massachusetts was out of step, but it was later dis- covered that Massachusetts was indeed in step and that the rest of the country was out of it. The "good guys" of Wa- tergate - The Washington Post, Carl Berstein, Bob Woodward, Richard Klein- dienst, Archibald Cox, judge john Sirica, and Leon jaworski. George Wallace was shot, Agnew resigned, Ford re- placed him, and when Ford moved up a step, Rockefeller replaced him. The oil em- bargo, another mideast war, Detente, Henry Kissinger with his premature, "Peace is at hand, " Months later the end of U. S. involvement in Viet Nam. But the war still rages on. Wilbur Mills and F anne Foxe. Nixon in the Thumb Cwith all those rowdy protestors - "communist hippie radical outside agitators" screamed the little old ladiesj - from Northernb. Milliken reelect- ed governor. Ella Grasso elected governor in Massa- chusetts, the Democratic sweep of 1974. Amnesty, abortion, en- ergy crises, women's lib, E. R. A. , Solzhenitsyn, bus- ing for integration, the kid- napping of Patty Hearst, the SLA, and the Pentagon Papers. Other occurences, both local and national, interested Northern students. The teachers' strike Cnot starting school until the last day of September and getting out at the end of junel, the student walkout at Northern, Frazier beating Ali, Foreman over Frazier, and Ali over Fore- man to regain the World Championship. .Evel Knieval, hijacking, the earthquake in Managua and the student council donating 35500 to help the victims. Skylab, the tun- nel explosion, streaking, the rise in teenage alcoholism, DST and going to school in the dark. Al Kaline and Gor- die Howe retiring and Howe making a comeback in the WHA. Inflation and reces- sion, Spurgeon Harvey, com- pact cars, and the Tigers losing by one run in the fifth game of the playoffs. Concerts: such as Elton john, Queen, David Bowie, Aerosmith, Bob Seeger and Gordon Lightfoot. Movies: Godfather I and ll, Clock- work Orange, The Exorcist, American Grafiti, The Sting, Billy Jack and The Trial of Billy jack. Happenings at Northern: The Compass, pocket calcul- ators, Graduation, Dances, open and closed study halls, assemblies, hall monitors, the hypnotist, magazine sales, music in the morning, WORW, the messy cafeteria, Mr. lvan's book room and the Honors Convocation. Tests: the SAT, PSATXNM SQT, OVIS, ACT, ACH. , MMPO, etc. Elections, and El Huegh. My child arrived just the other day. He came to the world in the usual way. But there were planes to catch and bills to pay. I-Ie learned to walk while I was away. And he was talkin' 'fore I knew it, and as he grew He'd say "I'm gonna be like you, dad, You know I'm gonna be like you." My son turned ten just the other day. He said "Thanks for the ball, dad, come on let's play. Can you teach me to th.3w?", I said "Not today I got alot to do. " He said "That's O.K." And he walked away, but his smile never dimmed, And said "I'm gonna be like him, yeah, You know I'm gonna be like him." And the cat's in the cradle and the silver spoon Little boy blue and the man on the moon "When you comin' home dad?" "I don't know when, but we'll get together then. You know we'll have a good time then. " Well he came from college just the other day. So much like a man I just had to say "Son, I'm proud of you can you sit for awhile?" He shook his head and said with a smile "What I'd really like dad is to borrow the car keys. See you later. Can I have them please?" I've long since retired. My son's moved away. I called him up just the other day. I said "I'd like to see you if you don't mind." He said "I'd love to dad if I can find the time. You see my new job's a hassle and the kids have the flu But it's sure nice talking to you, dad. It's been sure nice talking to you. " And as I hung up the phone it occurred to me- He'd grown up just like me. My boy was just like me. And the cat's in the cradle and the silver spoon Little boy blue and the man on the moon. "When you comin' home son?" "I don't know when, but we'll get together then, dad. You know we'll have a good time then. " -Sandy Chapin, Harry Chapin Only a moment, a moment of strength, of romance, of glamour-of youth !. . . a flick of sunshine upon a strange shore, the time to remember, the time for a sigh, and-goodbye-Night-Goodbye! -Ioesph Conrad Ray Holifield, better known to the stu- dents as the man who stands on the corner was one of the few person's who made our days brighter. He could be described as sunshine on a rainy day. Nothing stopped him from bringing joy to us all each and every day. Though he will not be there anymore We will always remember the happiness he brought to us. 9 Jay Barrymore Co-Editor, "Spirit of '75" Jeff Bartlett Co-Editor, "Spirit of '75" ri' We thank the following people for use of their words on "YESTERDAY" by Lennon! McCartney the listed P23931 Copyright Qcj 1965 Northern Songs Ltd. Herbert Prochnow and Herbert Prochnow, jr. 61, 71,82-83, A11 rights for the USA controlled by 84-8S- MACLEN Music, INC. W01fmaUJ2Ck 62'63- Used by Permission A11 Rights Reserved. Robert A. Heinlein Qfrom the notebook of Lazarus Longj 64, 66-67. A I if


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