Northwestern Community High School - Expedition Yearbook (Flint, MI)

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' B 'Q' fi , 1 -f Nm , A if ld 1 , x 1 1, :WM , W f - - .Q ' 1 Q I A. . 4S ,,. 3 if x K4 ' , '1 if f if me .. Q 51+ .iiigggji Q.Hm,LMWm ft 4-in-, gm o 0 f 'SW is lp-7 'in 'ima-fa' A YU' ..- tlnww. W' " Y fa mel' 59 V. 'V k "'s...,. ,fp Hifi ' Y-Q fx 5 . r3uMS QM' Hwy, Academics ""-2-.., "'V"'l4 Q that R English Expand Horizons Mrs. Sue Goering was department head and Mrs. Patricia Slaboda was welcomed as a new teacher to the staff. Other teachers working in the department included Mrs. Grindstaff, Mr. Reed, Mr. Marshall, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Stubbs, Mr. Naggy, Mr. Riley, Mrs. Markon and Mrs. Birkholtz. There was a wide range of course listings from the basic one to the more advanced courses. No matter what kind of course, they all strive to improve reading and writing skills. The following course offerings are a few of the many which are challenging to English students: Practical Writing, Independent Reading, Modern Books, Journalism, Successful Writing, and Plays. Also offered in the English curriculum for students who are able to accept more responsibilities and challenges are courses such as Advanced Composition, Pre-College Reading, Americans on America and Harlem Renaissance. At the end of the year, each English teacher submitted a list of names of those graduating seniors whom they felt did exceptionably well in their classes. The teachers caucaused and narrowed this list to only four names of seniors to be presented at a luncheon honoring their outstanding achievement in English here at Northwestern. Students, parents, counselors and teachers were in attendance making this special event one of the most memorable experiences ever for these outstanding and dedicated English students. Last year's honored seniors were Terry Powell, Colleen LaRowe, Juanita Aguilar, and Monique Hayden. Q Mr. Marshall is always nearby to assist ,....4aulvPN" r1f'f"" . ff, , If A 6 Sharing thoughts and ideas. The recorder is a popular teaching tool for Terry H K X. x S I. Hg Q -J' 3 f f' Q 'V' i W 'fd' . if 1 sf E xx! i f' wg 'E Mrs. Marshalls advice is appreciated, rg Masks, Ms. bi. ...W Jones gives a clear assignment. Gail enjoys working with film strips, i 1 0 A Nur 7 Mm .digg Math Club Stimulates Interest 5"4a.Jm . 35,g11:A.X-V-W Si ath probl 1 'P Concentrat' 1 y h lp Trigonomet students going on to Advance Functions-Vivian Veal, Bridgette Brown, Carman Williams, Pat Eithier, Lionell Powell and Robert Taylor. if sul-"' 9' -. 5222 5: ,n -0- Pat Eithier. Lionel Powell and Vernita Marsh made highest scores on Michigan Math Test. Mathematics is one of four subjects that is required for at least one year at Northwestern. Before graduation, all students will have had some form of math, whether it be general math. basic math, or college preparatory math. Ms. Judy Lewis, math chairperson, welcomed three new math instructors to the department. They are Mrs. Gloria Colen, Mr. John Kohlkepp and Mrs. Virginia Ricky. Mrs. Coughlin, Miss Pauline, Mrs. Colen and Mr. Kohlkepp jointly wrote the text for the math course, "Math Applications", which was used in our math classes this year. To better serve our students, some of our teachers attended the Genesee Area Council of Math Teachers' Workshop to brush up on new math techniques. Approximately twenty Northwestern students attended the Math Specialty Program at Northern High School to take Advanced Functions. This year. the Math Field Day was held in March in which five Northwestern students competed against twenty teams throughout the county. In order to stimulate more interest in math, a math club has been formed here at Northwestern. 9 Since an understanding of Science is essential in today's world, various courses were offered at Northwestern which allowed the students to acquire a broad background in this field. The courses ranged from General Biology to Chemistry and Physics, Environmental Study, Small Animals and House Plants. All of the courses were geared toward giving the student a better understanding of himself and his world. The science program involved everything from recording changes in the weather to the dissecting of cats and frogs. Field trips were planned to give the students a chance to see science in practice. During the summer of 1977, preparations were made for the addition of eleven new medical care courses to the science curriculum. Since students and counselors were not familiar with these offerings before school opened, only four of the eleven new courses had enrollments large enough to continue this year. Each course was taught with special emphasis on the relationship between course content and the broad medical field. After completing all required work in the medical laboratory, qualified students could become certified laboratory aides giving each a good foundation for any medical care profession. Because of the many vocational opportunities offered in the medical care profession and as our students and parents become more aware of the excellence of the program, we anticipate a full schedule here at Northwestern next fall. 4 ' E V f 'MA 1 . .. ,iw , ,, , ff ' ,,.y , ' S gm: i SR .TW ,.,,, , , . I 10 Beth, Sherri and Ben complete a shark dissection. Science Entailes Experimentation 4 ,Q eiee,n - 'Q' g 3 'E aw "Q . by '- 'U egapqd pw. M 'md ., ffm Q. W gee . fl K an pggilfieii iumx. V, X.. Sherrl Stewart takes command of this operation ,W , WA,, .. . 11 Some students don't mind the smell or ordor at all! "My, what an interesting stack of bonesl' .N ,Baja 1 Social Studies Past, Present, The Future u u e ee f . X 9 i ,fi . . if Mr. Nassif dressed in kaffiyeh and agal, the native headress of the Bedouin Arabs. iff 12 Social studies courses are taught to make students aware of the past to prepare them for the future. The Social Studies Department added the new class, Employment Ability Skills, to its' curriculum and is taught by Mr. George Nassif. The class deals with preparing Northwestern students for the future by helping them to center their interest around job choices. Its' main objective is to help the students choose a career that they were interested in and teach skills required in that particular career. For instance, if being a. secretary was a chosen profession, classes in typing and business would be a necessity. The class emphasizes good grooming habits. the do's and don'ts of a job interview, work in career labs that orientate students to different careers and listening to guest speakers discuss various careers. Students had to maintain a "c" or above average to participate in this class. Two new teachers as well as three counselors were added to the department. They are as follows: Mr. Ryan, Mr. Nagy, Mrs. Ratner, Mrs. Artis and Mr. Cowsert. Course offerings included Economics, American Presidents and History. In order to make class activities more enjoyable, the students participated in class discussions on issues of importance, went on field trips, did much book work and enjoyed the use of audio-visual materials as a learning tool in the classroom. Mr. Frank Mishina is department head. No matter what type of Social Studies a student chooses to take, it will provide him with an indepth look at himself and his world. 1 2' lf' by L ,lg sf fi. ...we I Mr. Gora gets involved. Student teachers get good experience at NW, df' N 4x llgl Mr. Mishina's class busy at work. ,A 'Nwx f-,.- ..,,. 13 .,,.. K N' I- .1-1.,iL.X. L .11.- -.,X X - .,12 .A , Af Map-study is important to SS students. . . t,,wfEA ,.1z 9g 2" - "w ' 1 ' , ' ' ,QE , -iv' . L xg 4 - - W sf' I ,. - , ,zi W5-,', , H J . "5 ,J ' " " Q , . 5 ' A 1 fs ,A.4.W..,,,,,W.s,.W ,......,.,,,, A W - N e fs2 . .,,. ,,,.,1Q ,,., s.,z,,,, Joseph Johnson makes an interesting -.3 W ' 8 ' discussio n 4 n leader. and 8 x Architectural drawing is interesting to Kevin. Belinda enjoys her work at the Skill Center. All work and no play for Urban. tw Phyllis does Eddzfs hair with pro styling. Mastering the keyboard. Skills Center Offers No Play Time The Skill Center offered many occupational skills-among them 3-,Ng were mechanical data processing, photography, electrical occupations, graphic arts as well as the health courses which provided on-the-job training in hospitals. The program also included excellent instruction in advanced Business Training, Cosmetology, Nursing. Auto Mechanics, Architectural Drawing, Aviation, Engineering, Flori-culture, W Welding and Maintenance work. . K Z 'ai J With tentative decisions regarding career aspirations already I ,Q made, many students leave Northwestern daily to study at the Genesee Area Skill Center where they develop skills needed for their Getting a side view of what's happening. ChOS91'1 pI'Of9SSiO1'1. . f rrfxsfv ws. ,.,. K 6 "VC l I I I 15 "One moment and I'll be finished". Gloves and goggles are key equipment in welding, -..,m-N ' by h N, 5' fi A fi J' .J 5' ,jf Office Practice also involves accounting Business Is For - ,cu--p W oooo if IW '. T' A '. f K W5 A 5 . 1 W ..L,, X IA, W I Q V. - Students use a variety of office machines. Maja' Everyone becomes involved with business. No matter what people do, they will come in contact with it sooner or later. The Business Education Department offered courses which taught students job entry-level skills. Accounting and Computing and Data Processing were taught as block classes. Two new teachers were added to the department this year - Mr. J. Seltzer, who taught Distributive Education, Typing and Business Law and Mr. R. Wilson, who taught Data Processing. Very fine equipment was used in the classroom. For example, the Advanced Typing, Office Practice and Intensive Office classes used the Electric I.B.M. Selectric, New Royal Electric and the I.B.M. Executive Cwhich is used more for the printing process rather than typingj machines. The electronic calculator and the transcribing machines were frequently used. Mr. Jay Archer was department chairperson and Mrs. Deloris Huttenga was co-op coordinator. Probably the main goal of the Business Department was to help students become better equipped to handle business situations and to make good decisions in the business world today. Everyone Guadalupe Aguilar enjoys working on the Transcribing Machine. -WGN , f., , 'Xi fi' 5 Fran' .WW S A Xi? ey, ,.,,',:f,, ,yr Rh ,. I Wallet, a co-op student at Chevrolet. Olivia is working at becoming a professional secretary. o Co-op Can Lead To Full-time Jobs War, I W-'Q K 4 3 -in 1 ,gi w Y, Suzette Assists Mrs. Carroll in secretarial duties. Mrs. Deloris Huttenga, a co-op teacher at Northwestern for the past six years, was responsible for giving out forty jobs per year to Northwestern students. Students are chosen by their grade point average, personality, dress and attendance and thus gain the chance to work in plants, offices, stores, libraries and other places of employment in the Flint area. Each place of employment maintains an established dress code that is in effect for each employee. Some students were allowed to wear blue jeans and others were expected to be dressed as a professional person working in a business office. The pay ranges from 32.25 to S300 per hour and mainly depends on where the students are employed. A few places of employment for students include Buick, G.M.P.D., A.C., Chevrolet Engine Plant, the Public Library and many doctors' offices. Concerned about the way her students conduct themselves on the job, Mrs. Huttenga conducted evaluations on each student to maintain high standards and to determine a grade in Co-op. This enabled her to determine how the student dressed, his ability to get along with others and whether or not, he was punctual to work. Because of the Co-op program, these working student found that their ability to do well in school and to get along well with others paid off for them. re I 3 ,,,,,, . .NWV V . 56' Di ' CLASE DE ESPA OL DAY I SPANISH CLASS F 5 1 Q Aqui se habla espanol. Spanish is spoken here. sflailrg' '45 'xiii Fixx ,fi f' lzey ezhiieiivl 5.5 F ff-"W Mrs. Patricia Slaboda, Foreign Language teacher, is not new to the Northwestern staff. She taught Spanish and German back in 1964 and 1965 and it is a pleasure having her with us again this year teaching our students Spanish I and Spanish III. The first ten weeks involved conversation with a very limited amount of writing. From that point on, the students got more into reading and more writing. Mrs. Slaboda tried to make her students aware of the culture of the Spanish speaking countries with an emphasis on map reading to familiarize them as to the location of some of the important countries. Many charts were used during classroom instruction. A very important part of the program was the students' opportunity to listen to tapes and thus enabling them to mimic native speakers. It is hoped that more of Northwestern students will become interested and involved in Foreign Language. Estudiamos un poco. We study a little. ww! K IV- if 'M :if Praticamos todos los dias. Reimos mucho. We practice every day. We laugh a lot. Art is one of the many media through which a student may express his ideas. It encourages creativity and awareness. Art students work with materials such as clay, wood, temeral paints, water colors and papier-mache. A variety of materials provides a stimulus to help students gain an interest in art. Through the combination of the students' ideas, the rough materials and expert instructor guidance, the department has produced many fine young artists. The accumulated genius of the art students is on display in the art room throughout the school year. Mr. Willie Donahue, art teacher, tried to educate each student in every phase of art such as history, drawing, painting. sculpture, print masking and ceramics. . :BQ 1 5 Audrey and Tim enjoy drawing together. A 1' pw.. :mf P 1 M David and Marshall complete assignment. ff 5 fm ,i Mark Hickey completes his project as Marcus looks on. W' ' my A .,..-4 Mr. Donahue helps students with projects. Art Develops Creativity 19 A 5 5. ,,--H444 5 In M We Believe In Music Naam The alto section makes a joyous sound. Because our choir performs in such fine style, our vocal music students are constantly in great demand to perform for singing engagements throughout the Flint area during the school year. Some class activities include sight-singing, note-reading, learning the letter names of notes, rhythm study, theory and developing a repertoire of songs suitable for a variety of occasions. Mr. Semmes, Fine Arts Chairman, was quite pleased with the addition of a guitar class to the music curriculum. Students were able to participate in group andfor individual study to learn to read music and develop skills at playing the guitar. Our choir has always tried to strive for bigger and better things. We have always tried to demonstrate our excellence, pride and wildcat spirit to many audiences. Should any Northwestern student wish to join the choir, please contact Mr. Semmes or any choir member in room 504 for an audition. Basses 8 Tenors rehearse a difficult song Troy is a member of the guitar class. Mr. Miles Carter. formerly the instrumental music teacher at Cook and Stewart Elementary Schools. now directs our instrumental groups here at Northwestern. Mr. Carter teaches Instrumental Study. Wind Er1SCrI1bl6 and two classes in Family Living. He works diligently to improve the students' musical skills such as note and rhythm reading and technique. Our band students have had the opportunity to participate in the annual District Solo and Ensemble and Band Festivals and many times performed in concerts here at Northwestern and most of our junior high feederfschools. We all enjoyed the great spirit displayed by our band throughout the school year. Mr. Carter is pleased with the progress of his students and is looking forward to even better things next year. Any student having any interest in a class in instrumental music. please Contact Mr. Carter or any band student in room 506. P' Jr A CTW .........,.. ,N .yi , ,.,:1 t N .:, ' .lf Q 5 'V .Q sf' - . 15-Ql f 'IL Q.: Q ,k':gyQAf'Q7 . 5 I K N f "53T'.QiQQi 4?ii2f-it ' . 'K il g2TifK'1,- .:' 25gt.L.J.f2f,?a2.vQ. ,L,' I i Ik '-3-51 . Q , ,,, . ,H X: ,qyg . . + - 'H-t.1'M--fl,-. -' i - J 1 I f 7 ' 5 a.. k ,,,.-- . .. "" - "1 ..-. , we 1' . 3 X . . ' k ' 1 1... 1. I K ar' ' I A Barton blows a "mean" trumphet sound Mr. Carter Generates New Band Pride , V, Q 4 Everyone listens while Anthony rehearses a difficult passage. Lt.. f 'S g 'D v ' . 4 . 4 in . , .. Q KE .ew Qi. in c X Gary Pippens uses the dictionary frequently. Mrs. Mildred Fisher is the teacher-consultant in the EMI Program as she works with teachers, parents and students. Her conselees are programmed into classes stressing reading. mathematics, science and social studies. They elect other courses in which they have special interest. The teachers who teach in this special program are Mrs. Deborah Cato. Mrs. Ida Mumford and Mrs. Jolene Peacock. Special emphasis is placed by Mrs. Fisher on planning vocational goals and working with Vocational Rehabilitation Services. This is done so that her students are equipped to obtain employment or receive specialized training upon their graduation from high school. Mr. Larry Simpson works as a teacher-consultant in assisting his students to succeed in reading, mathematics, social studies and science. Group work is done in working on social problems. learning problem solving techniques and developing coping skills. Teachers and students benefit from his counseling and service. . q1.e.5ssss . s - ,H 225.1-."' X . 3 g.. IN I 4 -X ' X ,S 1 'iq Mr. Simpson and Wilbur Davis look over an assignment. John Alston confers with Mrs. Cato. Z if A 71" A r ' . Ili 5 7 Q cw- K' I ,!i......,' . Q , W y .. 111 11: I A .-4 11 29.114 'S it dlrizdf Ejdi I A A ' V ' i - 5 cr' ' i " 'V Ms. Aardal and Frances complete assessment test. Mrs. Mumford discusses Black History. Students Excel In Special Education ft... I 5 7 1 Safer Drivers And Roads S . ik KX BRIEFING TAKES A FEW MINUTES AT THE START OF EACH RANGE DAY l"1 V. - ' ., - ff- -L - - n ,..v,.,,,,w., , -.5554 U 4 A i , sg -me N , we M. f QQ. ....., iz M... THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME IS ESSENTIAL ON THE RANGE Yv or y "' LA ' ,UHF -f A "JT ' fl nf F .Q-"4 2 W ,,,, POSITIONING AND SIGNALLING ARE TAUGHT FOR RIGHT AND LEFT TURNS Driver Education is a program geared to develop a positive driver attitude and a respect for traffic laws. Driver Education consists of classroom work, range and highway driving. In the classroom, laws of nature and man are taught, as well as the mechanics and maintenance of the automobile. On the range students practice driving maneuvers and parking. On the road, students apply these skills in actual driving situations. The main goals for driver Education and Personal Security Education stressed self-reliance and personal responsibility. Mr, Andrew Corsi is department head. H . ,A " A Q' 'I A I Wir 2 I s Q I - X MR, WILLIAMS CHECKS CAR ASSIGNMENTS Home Ec Prepares For Future 9 'C' 4" M Home Economics teaches a variety of useful skills. Some of the classes offered students were Sewing With Flair and Food Prepara- tion. New equipment used in the department this year was electric and gas ranges and the viking and singer sewing machines. Sewing instructions were offered to men and women as a means of looking into our world of fashion and design. It is recommended that every student. both men and women, take at least one course in Home Economics Education to acquaint himself with the art of day to day living. Mrs. Ann Howie is Northwestern's only instructor in Home Economics. Home Economics' main objective this year is to prepare the students for domestic and independence, in and away from home. it it qzlku Q A H K. S - fs. J gy .r -ta . -... , .,...,. is 4 "Now, the hem will come out even. Sewing and conversation. M5 u . ppzp., i- - Too many cooks in the kitchen. . kg. ifi i ":'i , . i-if ' "ih Using the new sewing machines. Two ladies in the same kitchen? 3 ,,,,,..,-H' Vicki Thompson prepares to serve the birdie. Gym class watches a tough pinning combination. 5? .fm 'Z K we W Q fan' H L+. New Activities Sprout In Physical Education Ms. Pat Odgers has been Physical Education department chairperson since Northwestern High School first opened and she has been proud to serve this capacity. Other staff members include Mr. Gary Rigiel who just completed his fourth year ai y with the department, and two alumni, Ms. Mildred James and Mr. Clyde Bell, who joined the department this fall. The Phy. Ed. classes completed its third year as co-educational. This welcomed change proved very successful due mainly to the dedication and cooperation of the staff and the enjoyment of the curriculum by the students. The students had the chance to choose from a number of classes with different individual offerings such as archery, physical fitness, - P' 'Wifi' wsiiiliwfflfs Q-adm"-H - gymnastics and many other recreational games. Ph . 1 . . . , e jk ysica Education is important to each person s NNN actual daily living. In today's society, there is so V Q y L e ' Nw-..,,j . , , V fs much leisure time that a good knowledge of Q ' iiii' Q iizp 1 - I fx-A"""' physical education will benefit the person greatly. ' ' j W Y Hopefully Northwestern's Phy. Ed. department , 4 My will help to prepare students physically, mentally, Mu" K socially and emotionally for life in the years to COIIIG. All set to pass the ball, but who's on my team? B -.T as .Q A ' i gran . Wei I ,NWN 5 Z g, 5 E? it li 1'-wa. F, Q 5 1 'G'-,O-.-,,,, Students listening to an interesting lecture. Students waiting to give blood. Health Care Careers On The Move +lgaisi5'5 nil" ,L if' i I s-1553! ,fvhap-... -... Health Occupations sponsors Blood Bank. Psychology class lectur. if 4--L 1 pin., ...W 9 .,,, My ., "We will take good care of this young man"l .5 Lifting the patient out of bed. M-.N Putting the patient in bed. im"fs-,-W.,,,,,,..,, The New Medical Care Magnet Program offered for the first time to all Flint students, provided vocational training and skills appropriate for immediate post high school employment. The Health Care Facility included training in Dental Lab, Dental Assistance, Medical Lab, Abnormal Psychology, Nurse Aide and Health Occupations. Mrs. Margaret Washburn was chairperson for the department and taught along with Miss Patricia Taunt, Mr. David Thomas, Mr. Pete Pennock and Mr. Don Foxworth. Mrs. Sedgewick, Cnurse aid teacherj familiarized students with various health occupations, the basic principles of first aid such as charting, patient care and introduced students to the hospital and nursing home facilities. Mrs. Washburn, CI-Iealth Occupationsj offered basic nursing skills used in many health occupations such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, orthopedics, dietary, housekeeping and reception work. Miss Taunt's duties fDental Assistantj involved helping students learn how to assist the dentist in his office such as preparing the patient for dental work, making teeth impressions, taking teeth x-rays, performing reception, clerical, secretarial and office needs and doing selected dental laboratory work. Mr. Thomas CDental Lab Tech.j taught the routine of working in a dental lab such as learning the use of different dental lab machinery. Medical Lab, taught by Mr. Pennock, offered students an opportunity to gain a working knowledge of basic medical laboratory proceedures. The successful student used this training either as direct vocational education to secure medical laboratory employment, or as a strong foundation upon which to further his medical care education. Abnormal Psychology, taught by Mr. Foxworth, drew students who were interested in the field of medicine. The course mainly covered the study of both neurotic and psychotic individuals. To assure success, Psychology was strongly recommended as a prerequisite. 27 6 68,9 Inventin and Preston use voltage and current meters. . Mg Qf r ,.- li. ui' Craig and William "team up" to obtain experiment data. While Electricity classes have been a part of Northwestern since 1964. the Magnet Program is in its first year. Now three rooms are used. The small room, 110, serves as a study area for both first year Occupational Electricity and second year Industrial Electricity. Both laboratory rooms have wall to wall carpeting. The first year of training is basic. It is the launch pad to studies in medical electronics. radio, T-V. radar, automotive. heating and air conditioning, appliance repair and computers, to mention only a few. The second year student begins a specialized course. Expertness is developed in the use of electric motors, generators, electric wiring, motor controls and related study. The laboratory is crammed full of up-to-date intricated equipment. This is career training at its best. In the first year laboratory. there are twelve work stations for a capacity of 24 students. Each station has a large wood box full of components, a three-drawer storage cabinet, a power supply and a meter. The power supply provides direct current, alternating current. audio frequency signals, radio frequency signals and a speaker. Other portable equipment includes such equipment as an oscilloscope. a signal tracer, and a transistor tester. Some projects are built and some repairs of equipment are done by students. Half of the students time is taken with doing experiments, using the components and the equipment to good advantage. Many students take additional training in the armed services, Bell and Howell Schools, or other technical training to qualify for a more desirable career. High school training in the electrical-electronics field helps insure success in advanced training careers. is 'Zi i . . - I ' A 122 I f ff f A ..,. 1 i xg .f-f""' gb' N-.,! fmt: il 5 ,df ghb iz!!! Troy and David check out circuits after building them. Electrical-Electronics Proved Highly Beneficial 28 Advanced Accounting and Computing, a speciality program course, was offered once again here at Northwestern for a 21f2 hOuI' block and mainly for seniors. A couple of basic goals for the course were Q15 to adequately prepare the student who planned to go out to work in an accounting department and 12D to help train those going on to college to major in Accounting. To be admitted to this program. each student must have had Accounting I and II. In order to better serve and train our students, some of the finest equipment was used. To name a few, students were able to use the Mini Computer, Keypunch Machines, Calculators, Dec Writer Terminal, Hewlett Packard Computer. CRT Terminal, Card Reader and the High Speed Printer. Successfully completing the program, most students are able to get a job and perform their duties adequately in an accounting department. A number of students have sufficient background to go on to college to major in Accounting. Mr. Lou Carpenter was the instructor for this course. -frexlb Dtfmx 5 lf I 44'i""" -. Kelvin and Dennis may not agree, but thats what it says here. W , 17 These books just have to balance! U My goal is a job in an accounting department. 'Wlllnng I ,W If you work hard, success will usually follow. Accounting 8z Computing Returns With A Top Rating! ,, ,, F, I Y, ,A"""" 5 29 l Data Processing - Involves Use Of Machlnes Business Data Processing, taught as a 21f2 hour block course under our Magnet Program here at Northwestern, was hailed as an extremely rewarding educational experience for not just our students, but for students drawn from all our city high schools. It was considered job orientated and many students actually held jobs while taking the course. In fact. students were encouraged to interview for jobs. Before taking Data Processing, courses such as typing. accounting. algebra and computer math are not necessary. but were proven helpful to students. Mr. Rod Wilson was the instructor who emphasized certain important goals for the class. They are as follows: Clj to satisfy the curiosity of students who want to know how datas are processed by electronic computers: C21 to help prepare students for careers in which they need to understand automated data processing, even though their jobs may not be directly connected with electronic computers: 13D to acquaint students with the job openings in data processing and the qualifications needed to fill them and C45 to give students a basic foundation on which they can build in order to prepare themselves for careers in electronic data processing. .Mw- N... " Q-9 F' Barbara and Benita figuring out the answer. This didn t come out the way I expected K 30 Machines do need repairing occasionally. We wh' x Auto Mechanics, one of four shared time classes here at Northwestern, is held for a 21f2 hour block with a class 9 -. x iw-eQ3 +Twf size of fifteen students. The classes are taught by two well trained instructors, Mr. James Graham and Mr. Carl Crawford. Mr. Crawford specialized in teaching his students to repair brakes and front end alignments. Mr. Graham taught automotive fundamentals. He was mainly concerned with getting students prepared for one of the speciality programs in the automotive field. The main goal of automotive fundamentals class was to provide each student with a thorough understanding of the design, construction and operation of automotive units. , 'Q F 3 'Tm just not interested in that stuff". Elliott is a fine student-mechanic. Student-Mechanics Strive For Excellence 31 hh Xb . wa-,N ,.',,p...Q 514 'md L7 Wa. Y V , V 1. if 323 .531 f" in ,Aj 4 fi' ' My 7 , 2 Z' wwf? f if f- 'ZWWX Z f 42 5 Q. B YE K w ,rf 1 K :M .ef .-,- 1. 3,41 7 .fff5ff'.ff-11555 '55 ,. K 3 -- i 1:5 , - 5: X521 f' x +- Wigs. .1 j 'Q ,,,f' VJ 1 E. i i x E '.,10uup.w.- 'Wh- '-J' L. W U' . 1: N Lyme , if ' ' E W 'W R lt ... - ,. ibfwtl5Rf:11eU Staff Working Together As A Team Is Effective! ,A 3'-A ' A ' 4. Special Ed. Class Taught: Learning Disabilities College Attended: Western Mich. University Degree Held: B.S. Hobbies or Interests: Bowling, cooking, reading, camping Zodiac Sign: Capricorn Q2 1' 7 Debbie Aardal 3 1, , i A by Jay Archer Business Class Taught: Intensive Office, Typing College Attended: Mott Community: New York University: Eastern Mich.: U of M Degree Held: B.S.-E.M.U.3 A.M.-U, of M. Hobbies or Interests: Swimming, water skiing, sailing, travel, reading Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius-"the Archer" Mr. Reed is taken by surprise, Clyde Bell J. Bell Physcial Ed. Asst. Football Coach College Attended: Olivet College Degree Held: B.A. Hobbies or Interests: Sports and Traveling Zodiac Sign: Capricorn Other: Senior Class Sponsor ...Q- su! Mr. Garrett performs important administrative duties 34 Ms. Joseph, staff flower 8a gift fund chairperson. An apple a day keeps the teacher away! wmv 'N Hilda P. Boyler H.P. Business Class Taught: Intensive Office D.C. Degree Held: Bus. College Diploma meeting people Zodiac Sign: Cancer Family: HusbandfBob. Son-Robert,Daughter Other: Co-Owner of Town Squire. Inc. Miles S. Carter Band Director Music Class Taught: Music, Family Living College Attended: Prairie View AXLM Univ. Degree Held: B.S. 8x M.M. Hobbies or Interests: Music and Sports Zodiac Sign: Scorpio Family: Mrs. Yvonne Carter fwifej. Daught Son-Miles Jr. Deborah Ann Cato Special Ed Class Taught: EMI English 8a EMI Reading College Attended: Eastern Mich. Univ. Degree Held: B.S. Degree in Special Ed. Hobbies: Sewing 85 Reading Zodiac Sign: Capricorn College Attended: Peters Business College Washington Hobbies or Interests: Homemaking. reading, traveling. -Apryl er-Jandal . , . AQVG 'hi N' wr 'L i ' 5 . ' 3 'M X 1 :ei L' Ez: if wi ag.-. ,rf . I . Q . A pleasant moment with Mrs. Grindstaff. f I A M-ng 1 M if fg I' N fmt - 1 Mr. Randall grading math tests. fffffilfl I A .ii ,Li Mr. Marshall is pleased with Minica's work. Everyone enjoyed the banquet. 35 Ju.. ,wa 'X 2 i 2 , 5 l N' v Brenda Clack B.J. Social Studies Cheerleaders Coach Class Taught: Black America, Economics, Urban Studies College Attended: Tenn. State Univ., Eastern Mich, Degree Held: Bachelor Hobbies or Interests: Plant Care Zodiac Sign: Cancer Family: Husband-Floyd Clack Donald Cowsert Don Counselor Class Taught: Presidents College Attended: Western Mich.. Eastern Mich. Degree Held: B.S., M,A. Hobbies or Interests: Sports Zodiac Sign: Cancer Family: Wife-Audrey, Daughter-Susan SK. W 35,13 M4829 1 Q N7 t , ,,,.V.W. www li N 'WW Michael Collins Mike Security Aid JV Wrestling Coach Class Taught: Wrestling Coach Hobbies or Interests: Wrestling, Basketball Zodiac Sign: Libra Family: Son-Michael, Daughter-Valencia Mr. Fraction stops to get information. Lffigtzf M M N Mr. Zoll in a moment of peace and quiet. , ,,,, '5- MFS- Jan Dunlay. Office Staff head. Not feeling well today? See the nurse! :N Q., f ,x I px "v ' A Z X, 9 N . x . I gel' 12. Matthew T. Garrett Matt Deputy Principal College Attended: W. Va. State 8: Eastern Mich. Univ. Degree Held: Masters of Arts in Administration Hobbies or Interests: Bowling and golf Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius Family: Wife-Winnie, Son-Damon, Daughters-Rhonda and Dee Dee Bridgewater and 3 grand-daughters Donald Gaviglio Don Principal College Attended: Northern Michigan :Sz U of M Degree Held: B.S. CPhysical Ed. Sciencej MA fEducationj Hobbies or Interests: Golf Zodiac Sign: Cancer Family: Wife-Ruth, Son-Michael, Daughters-Kathryn, Anne, and Nancy 1 grandson Sue Goermg English Class Taught: English College Attended: Univ. of Mich. Degree Held: B.A. -ag Hobbies or Interests: running, family and friends and sewing Family: Husband who is a college art instructor and two children Betty Grindstaff English Class Taught: English, Mythology, Literature College Attended: Marquette University Degree Held: PH.B-M.A. Hobbies or Interests: Drama. reading, swimming, tennis Zodiac Sign: Gemini Family: Husband-Robert, Sons-Charles, Kenneth I 5. Randall Hodges Pierce Jackson Social Studies Community School Director J.V. Basketball Coach College Attended: Texas Southern, Central Mich. College Attended: Univ. of Mich. Tuskegee Inst. Degree Held: Political Science Degree Held: BA in Physical Ed. MA Community Ed. Hobbies or Interests: All Sports, Photography Hobbies or Interests: All Sports Zodiac Sign: Capricorn Zodiac Sign: Taurus Family: Wife-Jacqueline, Daughter-Jacquelyn Family: Wife-Dorthy, Son-Daryl CRAIG, MR. I-IOLDREN, MS. AARDAL, MR. WALLEN, COACH COLLINS WATCH WRESTLING WITH INTEREST. Mildred James Physical Ed. Coach College Attended: Western Michigan Univ. f- , Degree Held: B.S. Hobbies or Interests: Travel Zodiac Sign: Gemini , Other: Coach-Girls Swimming, JV Volleyball, Track 8: Field fi, '?k QM, l E Y i xx 'X X K ' . N H 'Y' o dh' XA' ' XM. Glen Kelly Social Studies Head Football Coach Class Taught: U.S. History, Minorities College Attended: University of Minnesota-Duluth Degree Held: B.S.. Masters in P.E. Hobbies or Interests: Coaching, Listening to Music Zodiac Sign: Gemini Fay Joseph Counselor College Attended: University of Michigan Degree Held: B.A. English, M.A. English. M.A. Guidance and Counseling Hobbies or Interests: Budge, reading. music and shopping Zodiac Sign: Libra Carolyn Kesanen Speciality Class Taught: Nursing Assistant Degree Held: LPN Hobbies or Interests: Oil painting, Tole painting, dancing - Zodiac Sign: Capricorn Family: Husband-Fritz, 3 ...ml a. ? Family: Wife-Diana, Two Sons-Jason and Darin Grover Kirkland Kirk Science Varsity Basketball Coach College Attended: Rest, Tennesse State. Eastern Mich., U of M Degree Held: B.S. in Biology, Masters in General Science Hobbies or Interests: Basketball, Baseball, Boxing, Karate and Amature Radio Zodiac Sign: Gemini Family: Wife-Earlean, Children-Katrina, Tanisa and Courtney Daughters-Kathy, Laurie, Kim Glenda Lawson Secretary Hobbies or Interests: Bowling, Sewing Zodiac Sign: Capricorn , :rn B' xii? kt, AI.-for ,f--"" ,...f-"'V"' g-.1 fig" 5 sig., 121 ' 5 I MR. BELL EXPLAINS THE RULES I Teachers Keep At Their Job 39 Frank Mishina Ben A. Marshall Social Studies Butch Class Taught: Economics 8: Consumer, i" ' I English Q' Contemporary U.S. History V College Attended: Univ. of Hawaii, East-West I 1 Degree Held: B.S. English, M.A. Administration Center, U of M I Hobbies or Interests: Reading in all areas Hobbies or Interests: Photography, Lopidary. V I Zodiac Sign: Aries Jewelry-making, Reading A A Other: "To be the Best Possible." Zodiac Sign: Gemini Family: Wife-Pat - Class Taught: English and Reading f' 'R . I L Wax. W F Q ig... 5 . 'E a 5 gs 5 SX R rg 521 ,I :H' N X Q-A if R I 5 if A ,A 1 X A 'Y 'vu 5 'U X .,s1. P"--Q. Administrative Staff Bottom Row fleft to rightj Matthew Garrett, Donald Gaviglio. La Verne Cox, Richard Wallen Top Row William Fraction, Ron Barnhart, Pierce Jackson I Ida L. Mumford Irene Mosley 'i . Special Ed. Secretary QAIH 5 Class Taught: History-Social Studies College Attended: Wilson Jr. ' College Attended: Alabama State Univ.. Eastern Hobbies or Interests: Bowling and Reading : :fi Mich. Univ.. U of M Zodiac Sign: Aries Degree Held: B.S.. M.A. Family: Husband-Larry. Children-Larry Jr.. Darrell and Hobbies or Interests: Bowling, traveling and Joy 'A cooking Zodiac Sign: Capricorn George Nassif Social Studies Class Taught: Sociology Employability Skills History S -5 College Attended, U of M I Degree Held: M.S. Hobbies or Interests: Recording, Middle Eastern History i ig 575, Q M. : Zodiac Sign: Aries k I ' .W V- 1, , ,.,, 'V 'V f yi . za 2: . . 1 f W6-' W? W, ffifwfgrf:ffifp:.2i:55'ff' ,MIM- .A Teachers Work Hard To Help All Students! Patricia Odgers Patricks Physical Ed. College Attended: Degree Held: B.S. Hobies or Interests: Golf, Travel, Reading Zodiac Sign: Aries Retired Girls Basketball Coach Retired Girls Softball Coach Member of City Athletic Council Member of Building Athletic Council Department Chairperson for Physical Education Member of American Business Women's Association Member of Delta Kappa Gamma International Teachers' Society Eastern Michigan Univ. U of M Other: Jolen Peacock Special Ed. ,.,h VWVWA College Attended: Eastern Mich and MSU Degree Held: B.S. in Special Ed. 'Y y- gf Hobbies or Interests: Plants, sewing, reading ,f"'i fffifif. Zodiac Sign: Virgo ,, f W QE, gm ' X. S l W 5 4 ',.. Z ':. ' f Gary Rigiel Doc Physical Ed. College Attended: Eastern Michigan, University of Arizona Degree Held: M.Ed, Hobbies or Interests: Golf, Furniture Making Zodiac Sign: Virgo Family: Wife, One Child Richard Reed English College Attended: Degree Held: BS, Eastern Michigan University Sherry Sclicht Secretary Hobbies or Interests: Crocheting, bowling, hook rugs Zodiac Sign: Leo 41 vpuofopup- , ,,-'1?i' W: Departments Work Together Robert Semmes Bob Choir Director Yearbook Advisor Music Class Taught: Guitar, Choir College Attended: Indiana University Degree Held: B.M.E.g MS-Music, Piano Hobbies or Interests: Reading, traveling, playing piano Zodiac Sign: Aquarius :. 1 2 Sitting fLeft to Righty Pat Odgers, Judy Lewis, Sue Goering Standing C Kathryn L. Stubbs Katie ' English ' College Attended: c.M.U., M.s.U., Flint-U. of M. ' ' Degree Held: B.A. 'Q Hobbies or Interests: Pottery, backgammon, swimming and sewing n ., t 4 9' .H 'A 5 3 V B x I Zodiac Sign: Cancer Family: Husband-Carnell, Children-Claire, Paul, Ross. Kelly, Leslie, Steed, plus L,,.,- X Marsha Ann Stewart Shane English College Attended: Grambling State University. Eastern Mich. Degree Held: BA + 18 Hobbies or Interests: Listening to music, reading. traveling, writing Zodiac Sign: Cancer Family: Son-Kristopher Harris Other: Love do Patience f I Practice , -was v-wav' Left to Rightj Robert Semmes, Percy Fry, Jay Archer, Frank Mishina an Quai xr Linda Tally Speciality Hobbies or Interests: Reading, tennis, dance, roller skating Zodiac Sign: Scorpio Family: Husband-Calvin. Children-Monica, Angela and Calvin . , Q X x gi Q". Roosevelt Tardy Math Class Taught: Algebra 1,2,3,4. Foundation and Math Application College Attended: Alcorn State University. Central Michigan University Degree Held: B.S. Alcorn State, M.A. Central Michigan Hobbies or Interests: Fishing, gardening. and kinds of sports Zodiac Sign: Cancer Family: Wife-Ruth Ruth J. Ursha .rv Custodian N Hobbies or Interests: Traveling Zodiac Sign: Aries Family: Husband-Michael who retired from G.M. with 39 years of service 3 Children and 4 Grandchildren Other: Graduated from Flint Central High School 1934 Earnest L. Van Buren Vampp Plant and Building Maintenance College Attended: Mott Community College Hobbies or Interests: Fishing, bowling, reading Zodiac Sign: Scorpio Family: Wife-Victoria, Sons-David, Paul, Philip, Ernest, Lasharn Richard Wallen Dick Asst. Principal College Attended: Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan Degree Held: B.S., M.A., Ed. Specialist Hobbies or Interests: Bridge, reading, fishing Zodiac Sign: Scorpio E j " 4 Y f I- .. , 1, ,,.W , - fig.. Teachers And Staff Always Try To Be Helpful 44 Ms. Judy Lewis, math department chairperson Sf? Q ,I :i ii S f SM sf if g L gif. ff 1 fi ze I :i s .,-, 'Q 5 ig ssl Qifig sseee h The main office is always busy Wu. if! nf' in I qu se A Q.. - Mr. Archer corrects a typing error. Mrs. Mosley has an interesting phone call. ,w...,, e.e.. M.i.i.M-- eere ereer M e -f .ooee E ereee.r M ...WXW W 55, , QQQ " 1' ' ,1 1 if 5 , W 4' --- 4 .W ' 'Q Elks 'lv ' 'f ' L ' "Q i " A f 1' ,Y 'fi' .K if X sfo Villa... 5 -.wi nun Mrs. Bardwell performs clerical duties efficiently, Mrs. Stewart checks the paper thoroughly f A M., Af ! ss. Q-..,,,.a,-wus' ff!! I LW "" t HH N Rx ., M- - Af' Q 4 iv' E fu , 4 4 Q ' V '44 4 E- xg' J ,. , jx HlBevLf.i?JRc1.zeU Student Life 9- if if ff-Z. , if fu L , no ,J , Student Government On The Move r-.A Sophomore Senators dz Officers. Senior Senator, Rita Boose. X... 54" -ilu.. SG Promotes Fine Relationship Among Students, Staff 8a Community -wp-W K SG Wins Recognition And Support O Students Student Government provides an opportunity for students to get leadership and decision making experiences. It also gives students a chance to express themselves and work toward improving relationships between the student body and the administration. Student Government has sponsored many activities. Among these activities have been an Ethnic Arts Festival. Each year, Student Government sponsors an annual scholarship. As each year comes, the elected student government officers perform their duties of planning trips, organizing dances and planning various fund raising projects. ,bm Senior Senators Sa Officers The Marching Band Kept Us All Right In Step! Y.. Bottom QL-RJ: Anthony Paxton, Patrice Epps, Marcia Lanehart, Laurie Boyd, Ray Flippen, Director-Mr. Miles Carter, Maurice McClendon, Derrick McCampbell, Felicia Watson and Jama Rumph Second Row: Angela Welch, Santa Staples, Gloria Bealore, Brenda Brown, Annette Banks, Marvin Jones, George Grant. Third Row: Yasmin Welch, April King, Jackie White, Kevin Brewster, Belinda Anthony, Lisa Purches, Sophia Staples, Rita Purches and Gerald Bealore. Top Row: Willis Henry, Dorrin Swift, James Ward, John Childress, Teaires Branch, Eric McClendon and Patrick Ethier. Miles Carter has pride and togetherness Working together and showing their ability to perform, the band marched at football games and rocked the crowd at Pep Assemblies. The Band is open to all students who would like to maintain musical skills. - A fl on Northwestern's Band, under the direction of Mr. 4 4.4, ,f I U sl 'W .1 .1 Aj' 50 Band requires long rehearsal hours. NW Clarinet players work really hard. lge Ml 4- Q WW Mi in K9 -.,.J. ,.x. Q . is he .W ef'--.iw-::.gw Wai- -1-Q-".-114 We ' 1 Q sm i t 4059 s as . 2 -0- 0- -C' First Row QL-RQ Fred Speed, Walter White Second Row James Rubel, Eugene Brandon, Melvin Deloney V1 J 'bfi K I' fb 4 iw I J' ,J Mr. Ryan goes "head on" with Eugene Brandon. U.. f-I ' 111 l , YI' l Llfilqlli 'E 1 Lupe pauses before making next move. , ,H caviar X r I' -5- ,S ' QC-J' 3 gm x 'fb 1. il Xaf gf 'Y s ff, CL-RJ: "Pepe" Portillo, Maria Zamarripa and Ralph Vasquez x f pf, . I W . The Chlcano Club This is the third year for the Northwestern Chicano Club. The members raised money for their recreational activities such as bowling, spanish speaking movies and a banquet. This year for the first time in Michigan, the Chicano Club sponsored a College Day for Latino students in Flint. Admissions counselors and representative colleges across the state visited Flint to encourage Latino students to attend college. CL-RJ: Tony Gonzalez, Teresa Hernandes, Rosie Hernandez, Susanna Hernandez, Pepe Portillo and Mr. Arellano. ll 'Idsf Manuel and Lucy preparing tacos. V Raising money for a Club activity. . 53 .. ......., .new--www Mmm M'maga..m3,,gg:5swiw-Q--M--2.1e: " 'Qs N . Matt is taking care of business on the phone. . -0 in 15" Jackie Hill is busy typing up the news. -:saw 1 .y 2. . Ne i --3 K i ,:., A 95 A y- 1 Top Row: Terry Edwards, Jackie Hill, Holland 54 Matt Clevenger, Lanette Perkins, Ms. Kaufman Bottom Row: Renee Walls, Crystal Miller, Winifred Lane, Chris Jupree, Pam fikv' Hex. l ,,., We Y ,, V4 4, kfd O .N M. S ., Renee and Winifred laugh about an article. 1 i My 'gym' ,oi Z ' , Terry is busy laying articles out. The Northwestern Paw Prints Staff is the group of students that publishes the school newspaper. The staff consists of eight young ladies and two young men. Ms. Pamela Holland is the editor. She is a senior here at Northwestern. Our major sports-writer is Sherie Harden and our eight hard working reporters are Matt Clevenger, Terry Edwards, Jackie Hill, Chrisele Jupree, Winifred Lane, Crystal Miller, Lanette Perkins and Renee Walls. Under the supervision of Ms. Pat Kaufman, these ten people do an outstanding job of reporting all of Northwestern's news. Publishing a newspaper is not an easy job, but by working hard and helping each other, it can be a lot of fun. As everyone should know, the Paw Prints contains something to suit everybody. Whether one wants to read something serious, funny or "personal", thanks to our wonderful staff, it's all available in the Paw Prints. 'Q I 'C-. A f"7l L.. Pam has big responsibility as editor. ilmw 'li Crystal and Lanette are working hard on the bulletin board. The Northwestern Paw Prints - The Best Ever! 55 '. W' M s E if A up r ' Q Q is ' Q .An......,,.a,.. 'Q 4 -'- 53 o. ii President Anthony Winston keep members well informed. Q " 'L WW N' -as ' "' Q42 rf -1 'G' Bottom Row fl-rj: Lila Hawthorne, Donella White. Barbara Jones, Inez Curtis, Harrell Milhouse, Priscilla Prude, Mrs. Mumfordg Second Row: Lyndava Morrison. Karen Hill, Fatima Shamsid 'Deen, Genel Gistover, Sheilah Logan: Top Row: Denise Sheilds, Jackie Walker, Renee Walls. Antony Winston, Sabrina Wilson, Marcia Lanehart, Michelle Collins. 8 National Honor Society Sponsors fl-rj: Mrs. Goering. Mr. Doanhue, and Mrs. Mumford r-A-f M 4 ,. 'OIG sw un- Ty.. f -I 'xt 'Y v Y' jx 'y x y G+, 'J Q wig, if Bottom Row Cl-rj: Laura Carlson. Mary Foxworth, Jackie Walker, Robert Taylor, Kay Hackett. Venetia Sparks: Second Row: Margie Williams, Darolyn Jackson, Otha Hill. Carmen Williams, Lisa Hodge, Bridget Brown, Kim Henry, Sibby Manuel: Top Row: Albert Brezzell, Janice White, Gloria Mason, Thelma Hudson, Annette Hopskin, Renee McCelellan, Mrs. Mumford, William Reed 56 Members sing for children in St. Joseph Hospital's Pediatrics Ward. The National Honor Society has the long time reputation of being one of the most respected organization existing at Northwestern High School. Its purpose is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to serve, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in other students. Membership depends upon four things: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The National Honor Society met weekly to discuss and plan many service related projects within the community and school. These included giving a Christmas party for the St. Joseph Hospital Pediatrics wing, preparing Christmas food baskets, and having a tag day for Muscular Dystrophy. For their trip members journeyed to New York "The Big Apple" for a Memorial Day weekend adventure. Advising the students through all these activities were their sponsors Mrs. Ida Mumford, Mrs. Sue Goering, and Mr. Willie Donahue. Harrell Yvonne Morris I Mondra Adams Deborah Marlene Alexander Albert il Brown it 1' S Ann i J Tgeoplis Motley,f'SI1g:f: Ann Oliver, Pamela sAn15Efte Rhodes Priscilla Ann Qobinson Y , Rene Cheryl Robinsons W Q . - 1 xg, James Donald Sylvia J 5 7 Lamon My Vepetla Lynn Abby Loman Johnson April Lynn Johnson Jones-, A ,. 1 iv xi 9 ,U 1 M wan. Patrice V Marcia Corvette Lanehart ,Ag 'a 1 S' The Pom-Pom Squad danced for many of our home basketball games including performances at the I.M.A. This exciting group of young ladies worked hard during after school practices bringing expert entertainment and pride to the NW fans. Faculty sponsor was Mrs. Ida Mumford. Officers for the squad were Captain, Teresa Felder, Co-captains Rita Purchase and Narotha Ogden. Other squad members were Treba Colbert, Micheal Williams, Patricia Cuningham, Lila Hawthorne, Kim Richards, Jackie Sims, Wanda Sims and LeEthal Strickland. Special credit goes to Kim Smith who operated the record player during our dancing. nnetnn 2' 'SJ Get down, girls! I 'Y In if 'Q fa Bottom row QL-RQ: Narotha Ogden, Teresa Felder, Rita Purchase Top Row: Advisor, Mrs. Mumford, Patricia Cuningham, LeeEthal Strickland, Wanda Sims, Micheal Williams, Jackie Sims, Kim Richards, 5' if All together, now! N. Ogden, T. Felder, R. Purchase Everyone watches this fantastic show. Pop-Pom Squad Brightens Half-Time Spot! WM.. M , f 1 0 2 fa Decca Club Is On f gqmgawgefvsfcfe T , ,ti , I Q Front Row CL RJ D Hairston, P. Leonard, V. Lowery, J. Motley Back Row: D. Lee, J. Mills, B. Tucker A Banks Mr Selzter Wi 4.. ' BT--A Nh? r I recommend these crackers if you're on a budget. The Move D.E.C.A. is a career oriented co-curricular and classroom centerial group. The students who competed in Saginaw for the State Regionals were Kathy Charles, Vera Lowery, and Twila Leather- man. Kathy Charles was the only one out of the three to go to the state finals, which were held in Dearborne, Michigan. The contents of the final were: Advertising Service, Apparel and Accessories, Finance and Credit, Good Marketing, Good Service, General Merchandising and Petroleum Marketing Methods. She rated 15th in the state out of 300 people. ., ,Q H, IIT jg .f' A riffff f 'V' nz , 45 .12 MILE GRE 1' 6. G ET Cusrome ood mornfng, M, Sn A..- 9 Delinzo exams a hub cap in Decca Club. 3- if fx fe-W at QL, 'V'f'w t A thon Winston Debra Clark Genel Gistover Second Row Robert T L-R3 Kevin Herndon. Fatima Sham-sid-deen. Sabrina Wilson, Mrs. Marsha Stewar . n y . . . ' h op row 1 Taylor. Bridgette Brown, Carmen Williams. Priscilla Prude, Sheila Logan. Bottom Row Cathy Boyce. Michelle Turner. Angela Bard, Mary Foxwort The program for gifted students, under the supervision of e H Mrs. Stewart, consists of students who have a 3.5 average or above. There are about 25 students in the program this year. The students meet after school each week, sometimes to discuss business matters and others to listen to speakers from various C i Q a professional fields. The students have had the opportunity to gf . listen to speakers in the areas of medicine, drama, sociology. if f' A geography. psychology, math. communications and government. if ' M Several field trips have been taken. az. -1 J I N! Z I ' 2 . H "1-,: v ,., M . 1 ! S i lilr Club members listen to lecture with enthusiasm. Alex Marshall, Bowling Green State University. -.,'Q ,nm I i Q- l ""l""" Q s .L ,L,.,, f V.I.C.A. Club fl-rj: Brenda Taylor, Darelene Johnson, Rose Gibson, Sherry Stewart, LaVinya Torns, Eu-junia Huggins I 2 1 , X . ff Q 49' . .1555 X. -i if of I 5 'l . 2 xx if a 4' Q ,www , 5 2 ' Q Q s Arm bone connected to the shoulder bone V.I.C. . Club V.I.C.A. Club, fVocational Industrial Clubs of Americaj is sponsored by Mrs. Margaret Wasburn here at Northwestern of which there are 100 members. Membership into the club requires that all students be enrolled in one of the Health Occupations Cluster. The main purposes of the club are to develop leadership skills and to unite all students in a common bond enrolled in trade and industrial education. The V.I.C.A. Club took trips around the state of Michigan and explored different fields of Health Occupations education. This year they visited ,Hurley Medical Center, the Lansing State Capital, The Sloan Museum and the River Bend Nursing Home. The Officers this year were: President, Darlene Johnson, Vice-President, Brenda Taylorg Secretary, Eu-junia Huggins: Treasurer, LaVinya Tornsg Historian, Rose Gibson and Parliamentarian, Sherry Stewart. ,s xg X.: . i a .ff lla 7' Lets take a look at the Human Torso is X -Vw -5. Yau i ff Vw-f..f'0 ln The Staff Cfront, 1-rj: Linda Talley, Rosemary Sedgewick R.N., Patricia Taunt, back: Charles Pennock, Carolyn Kesanen, Margaret Washburn R.N., David Thomas Q X ,D A V 4 sl K 1 X p as uf K E " kt 'L- N ...,. ' A ' ' , Y K Lita?-" f C my Mmm! 'si Us DQ if 'Sw l 8 'M--Q - 'fs U, . 'I Wu Z.:-'f-' s,,2 -.N,NMNh r. ' 9' , Q. f 5 - ' l 441 'iii- FRED N MEMRER ri 'CHOLS J The main goal of our Community Council was to work closely with the principal and other administrators of the Northwestern area to implement the community school concept in the Northwestern community. Officers for the organization were chairperson, Sam Mosley, chairman elect, Charles Smith and secretary, Captoria Legardye. Its main objectives were as follows: Q11 A quality education being our number one priority, the council will involve itself with curriculum from programming to processing in an attempt to insure that our youth can compete academically at all levels: Q21 to promote community involvement through the community council sponsored projects: Q31 to provide activities that afford an opportunity for total family participation: Q41 to develop the image of a truly community school by providing classes and programs based on community needs: Q51 To work closely with sponsors of student organizations in planning projects that are cultural or recreational in nature: Q61 To present Northwesten Community High School as a focal point for community use by community groups when additional physical facilities are needed: Q71 Develop methods of becoming more knowledgeable regarding the priority needs of the community and publicize accomplishments by working closely with available communication sources: Q81 to be sensitive to the needs and aspirations of the community and community councils and act or react in regard to their endeavors: Q91 to work within the framework of an allotted budget offering as many supervised activities as possible: Q101 to be actively involved in civic projects and consult local residents to assess local conditions. K , I A x, . 'xi l X Q53 A-' Pnancmu B ' " -Q Q v f 4 1 - ' Q' 5 Northwestern Community High School Community Council M 3 , if 5 no C ,C if '-' M9 f ,4 4,-hiv' 'Es A 5 'QW A. j1LALbQQ+..'B aj5g5u ,J 1.0 ... Sophomores Adams, Carla Adams, Ruth Ann Adams, Tonya Alexander, Stephen Alexander, Teresa Allen. Frank Allen, Kelly Alston, David Alston, John Amerson, Patricia Anderson, Anita Andrews, Michael Andrews, Renee Anthony, Belinda Appleton, Karen Armstrong, Michael Armstrong. Rudy Askew. Tonie Austin. Angela Avant. Valencia Bailey, Cathy Bailey. Willie Baldwin, James Bandy. Lawrence Banks, Fred Banks. Regina Barker, Angie Barnes, Shawn Barnett, Calvin Barnett. Teri Barnett. Toni Batson, Tracy Binah, Efferin Bivens. Ceola Black, Robert Blackmond, Gregory Blount, Raymond Body, Bennita Boman, Alfred Boone, Lamont Boose, Clarence Bowen, Aprill Boyer, Jane Bradshaw. Pam Bradshaw, Rodderick Brandon. Eugene Brandon, James Brandon, Sandra Bray, Anthony , i Ay-an 4 V-4. api 'A is IW'- .f'm R t vw 'ml an Bray, Kenneth Brewster, Kevin Bridges, Denise Brown Brown Brown Brown Brenda Edwin Hazel Keith Brown, Kenneth Brown. Lupe Brown. Terry Brown. Yolanda Bruckett, Jerry Bruff. Sandra Bryant. Mose Buck, Pamela Buford. Terrance Bugbee, Tammie Burke, Robin Burkett, Pearla Burkston, Lashan Bush, David Byrd, Faye Callaway, Vickie Calhoun, Eric Caldwell, Darryl Campbell, Anthony Campbell. April Campbell, Michael Carey. Dorothy Carr, Felecia Carroll, Otha Carter, Gail Carter, Joann Castillo. Kathy Chandler, Renee Chaney, Deborah Chapman, Patricia Chatman, Seneca Cheaton. Diane Childs, John Clark, Michael Claybrook. Janice Clemons Clemons Clemons Clemons Billy , Carl Elsie Selester Cole Reginald Cole Timothy Coleman Douglas Coleman, Will Coley, Rickey Collins. Aaron Coney, Mike Cooper, Derrick Cooper, Don Cuba, Kent Cummings, Marcus Dantzler, Jerome Dantzler, Sheila Dantzler, Sherell Davis. Alex Davis, Daphine Davis, Michael A. Davis, Ronald Davis, Sonja Dawson, Kevin Day, Eva Deaton, Gail DeBruce. Cynthia Deloach, Timesee Diamond. Robin Dicks, George Dunlap, Dwyna Dunn, Larry Echols. Brenda Edwards. Anthony Edwards, Marilyn Edwards, Robin Edwards. Sheila Elliott, Jerri Ellis. Charolette Endsley, Denice Erwin. Tanger Evans, Alyse Evans. Lucy Ann Fields, John Fields, LaMont Felder. Sandra 68 F . Q--.,,, ay' is., . if .. i ,. .r.. , in X,-4 'T' fu' f Muna! 1,...,4uw-- l'al 4 1 2 A . E 4 2 x . l ...Ls aa 1 35. ig: V !x,XA,,f i 'xx-J' ,E . Ferguson. Victor Fimster. Jean Fitzpatrick. Janice Fleming. Terry Flowers, Shanna Flowers, Vickey Flynn, Eurika Ford. Rosalind Gains. Melvin Garmon. Joan Garmon, Theresa Garza, O. Garza, Yolanda Gibson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Terri Gill, Charles Gilliard, Cloe Gilmore, Valerie Gist, Andre Gloven, William Gonzalez, Joe Goodlow, Lucreita Grant, Bernadette Grey, Beverly Grey, Deirdre Green, Denise Green, Gwendolyn Green. Michael Green, Wanett Greenwell, Michael Greer, William Grundy. Veronica Hadley. Suzanne Hairston, David Hairston, Denise Hamlett, Yvonne Hampton, Kirkie Harden, Darren Harper, Mark 69 Harris, Benita Harris, Glover Harris, James Harrison, Kevin Hart, Tee Harvey, Kris Harvey, Nickola Hathaway, Roxanne Henderson, Reginald Henderson, Vickie Henry, Willies Hernandez. Rosa Hernen, Marie Herron, Bettie Herron, Marla Hetherington, Bruce Hickman, Dwayne Hill, Carla Hill, Chandra Hill, Erica Hill. Kevin Hobbs, Yvette Hobbs, Yvonne Hodge, Danny Holland, Rod Holley, Jenise Holliman, Marva Hooker. Marlisa Hooker, Teresa Howard, Jeffrey Hudson, Elvis Hudson, Steven Hughes, Sandra Hughley. Kim Hunt, Robert Hunter, Sherry Hunter, Warren Huskey, Anne Ingram, Steve Ivory, Denise Jackson, Alice Jackson, James Jackson, Joe Jackson, Robert James, Kelvin James, Mary James, Tena Jamison, Gene Jamison, Samuel 70 ik , , Johnson. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson. Johnson. Al Arthur Darlene Leonard Pamela Sharon Vernell Jones, Cynthia Jones, Greg Jones, Marvin Jones. Kim Jones. Natalie Jones Phyllis Jones Rena Jones, Ronnie Jones, Sabrina Jones, Vernon Joyner, Audrette Joyner, Phyllis Jude, Ricky Keahey, Craig Kemp, Antoine Kendall, Cedric Kendrick, Robert Kimbrough, Georgette King, April King, Mada LaF1eur, Gail Lamar, Vicki Lanenberg, L. Lane, Annette Lanehart, Lisha Lard, Walter Larkin, Ricky Larry, Lurlene Lash, Ernie Lawson, Vanessa Leatherman, Pela Leddick, Daniel Lee, Alarce Lee, Aquinaldo Lee, Larry LeGardye, Clarissa Leslie, Charlisa Lewis, Shawn Liggins, Tyrone Light, Cassandra Logan, Leslie Looney, Tony 71 Lott, Jacqueline Lovette, A. Lovette, Tremayne Lucas, Michelle Lundy, Darla Lyles, Barbara Lyles. Rochell Lyons, Audrey Mabry. Andre Mabry, Steve Magee, Barbara Major, Beth Manns. Cara Marriott, Pam Mason. Langston Matthews. Betty Mayweather. Anita Maxwell. Ronald McAllister. Katrina McBrayer. Lori McCampbell, Derrick McCann. Jackie McCaskill. Donna Mc-Clellan, Tracy McClendon. Eric McCloud. Tracey McDaniel, Dawna McDaniel. Debbie McFarland, Jean McGaughty, Cynthia McHenry. Anthony McIntyre. Tim McLean, Deborah Mclilly, Bruce McMullen, Tammy McNeal, Michael McNeal. William McQuiller, Bridget Mecrady. Shirley 72 Medrano, Alex Melton, James Meniefield. Tammy Miles, Doretha Miller, Angela Miller, Kim Miller, Linda Miller, Paul Miller. Troy Milum. Renee Miscisin, Therese Mitchell. Cassandra Mitchell, Duane Mitchell. Terry Mitchell, Tracy Mitchner, Kelvin Montgomery, Robin Moore, Charlesetta Moore, Doretha Moore, James Morgan, Helen Morgan, Jesse Morgan, Nathaniel Morris, Larry Morris. Veronica Morrison. Sondra Motley, Rosheila Munerlyn. David Murphy. Tara Muse. Frederick Nathan. Jerry Newton, Sheryl Nunn. Bridgette Odom, Tyrone Oliver, Tonya Ollie. Thomas Ott, Wendell Parlor, Michael Parlor, Veronica 73 Parker. Terry Patterson, Wanda Patton. Barbara Paxton, Anthony Payne. Gloria Payton, Montrose Perkins, Antonio Perkins, Delisa Perowitz, Bob Perrin, Sonya Penninaton. S. i Peoples, Kevin Pippin, Jacqueline Polk, Ken Pratt. Julie Price. Terri Price. Vickie Purches. Lisa Pugh, Deborah Quinn, Renee Ragsclale. Anthony Randall, Kenneth Rayford, Kim Reed, Kenneth Reid, Anita Relerford. Calvin Rhodes, Julia Rice, Barbara Richardson, Greg Riggs, Marshall Robertson, James Robertson, Kevin Robinson. Sharon Robinson, Shirley Roger, Anthony Roshell, Herbert Roshell, Kenneth Ross, Karen Royster, Richard Rushing, Sherry Russell, Brian Russell, Legeary Sahoulzi, Khalid Salyer, Annmarie Sampter, Gerome Sanders, Clint Sanders, James Sanders, Sheila Sanders, Troy 74 fx .qv fa. i 11 9 , N, ,y ,j'mii,QL f W-qs X Q' in. -.fi f Q ,nn ,IX Ulf X .Lx im 4113, '3' '53, -- -f y 2 fb. ugwlav- , ' i ,g Y ' S ff ' il I mfr s fb '- k f 2 4? 0-y- x 1-, , 41,0 -ev 1021? WVU? fi 'vo Xe-sf, 2 QWCQ -'W ss .J ia ' I xg M?-gf' 'Jay 'Y X 1 1' 1 8:4 I ,pf nr wr , , S " . -le s 'ugh - 5 ,Q y xxyh' 'ai . i ,fv- 5,-0 " M , 1? 5 ! , 3 I i x. .Aft Q '5- ,.--H""' 0 V hw-53 Sands. Renee Saunders, Brian Schuler, Brenda Scott, Janet Scott, Victor Seabron. Gregory Self, Sylvia Sewell. Sherry Shears, Sandy Shannon, Willie Sheilds, Mathew Sheilds, Sara Shnnon. Carol Shumpert, Elitha Simbler, Eunice Sims, Wonda Smith, Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Aaron Derrick Georgia Geraldine James Joan Kim Larry Ray Freda Smith, William Smothers, Kathy Sneden, Teri Snoddy, Barbara Sparks, Draike Speakman, Sherry Speed, John Spence, Perry Spurlock, Barbara Stafford, Larry Staples, Sophia Starr, Jeanetta Stephens, Bronica Stewart, Derrick Stinnett, Barton Storey, Cheryl Story, Ruby Swims, Anetta Tank, Ann Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Albert Laquitie Tyrone Vera 75 Thomas, Jill Thomas, John Thomas, Lawana Thomas, Mike Thomas, Ronald Thomas. Silena Thomas, Toni Thompson, Barry Thompson. Lenny Thompson, Wendell Tiggs, Anthony l Timmons, Vanessa Tippit, Anthony Tolbert, Annette Tucker, Elaine Tucker, Estella Turner. Forrest Turner. Greg Turner. Laurie Tyson, Alesia Tyson, David Tyson, Deborah Walker, Ahmad Walker. Darlene Walker, Gwen Walker, Kevin Walker, Robin Walker, Stephanie Q 5 2 if 'F 5 5 K X 1 KX iqf 5: Xe s Q 2, X Q W Lu- 4 Walter, Tina Wansley, Ezra Ward, James ,av ' l :wana W 4 Warford, Calvin Washington, Beverly Washington, Desiree Washington, Kim Watson, Felica. Watson, Harold Waycaster, Eugene Webb, Benford Welch, Angela Welch, John Welch. Teresa Welch. Yarmine Wells, Angela Wells, Lionel Wesley. Angela West, Carmine 0' M Iwgfwf ,uv-sw We eat these for dinner all the time. , Q, Varied activities Capture Sophs Interest Weston, Barbara Wheatley. Christine White, Regina White. Ryan White. Warnea Whitthorne, Thomas Sv' Wilborne, Marie ,A Williams. Eric Williams, Glenn Williams, James' I K. 15 ' x Ready for the Easter spirit. Williams, Linda Williams. Nathaniel f 4 Williams. Robert f 5' ' Willis, William I .. 4 'N Wills. Frank Wills. Ladell x -.. s l uch Interest s Expressed At N Wilson, Gwen Wilson, Michael Wilson, Robert Winters, Bobby Witthone, Cornelius Woodard, Pamela Woodberry, Dwight 80 ,,.2,,W,,, T . ,iw 'aff X All that hip hugging action! 'G 4 Oohl Did the bell ring yet? R fe W2 A 'v , pf we ill ix Q v Ek 1 1. ' A u ff if-'ee 4' w 7' .wiv if Al AIG ' 1, f. Work has its purpose. in-su .F . . J A 14, ,Q "'---....,, v X Math has good teacher-student relationship. Woods, Gregory Woods, Kenneth Wonch, William Wright, Debra Wright. Edward Wright, Tyra Zaruba, Carla 81 fl' 'f zu W4 if' , ,,,. 1 5 A 1,1 ws , 4 - Iliff as f Mr. Bell teaches his class the fundamentals ' X 5 gf , Sf ,Q 0 Zklggig 22259-gf if sw fl' :vs ww 0 5 fl 1,55 ,za H, mg W., x X Q Wm L.. ,RJ V fx Sophomores find being a Wildcat a fulltime job. ug M if 9 'if ,f 'Q'RIDg QRXBE sry! SEWXZRY JIEGZS' ,, Qu C J Juniors it 1 Adair, Roderick Adams, Alonzo Allen, Diane Allen, Linda Allen, Micheal Allen, Robin Anderson, Hubert Anthony, Wanda Arkwright, Karlene Arthur, Denise Artis, Sandy Avant, Micheal Avery, Kevin Avery, Tammy Avery, Terrence Baggs. Bill Baily, Vincent Baker. Lisa Baker, Michael Banks, Annette Bard, Angela Barney, Fred Bealore. Gloria Beene. Rita Bell. Rodney Bell, Terri Benman. Marquette Bennette, Mary Berry, Mickey Berry, Tammy Black. Cynthia Black, Dorothy Blackwell, Karyn Blevins. Robin Boak, Charie Bolton, Lisa Boyce, Cathy Brackett, Willie Bradley, Rosalind Brooks, Debra Brooks, Linda Brown, Bridget Brown, Doris Brown, Kerry Brown, Letitia Brown, Sandra Brown, Victor Bruff, Gary Bryant, Benjy 86 Buchanan, Dorothy Buford. Gloria Burton. Angela Butler, Kevin Carey. Mary Carison. Laura Carter, Kim Castillo, Delores Chaney. Dunell Chaney. Purvil Chaney, Vanessa Chapman, Murphy Childress, Sandra Clark. Bonita Clark, Patsy Clark, William Clay. Fred Cobbin, Tony Cohen. Don Colbert, Tracey Cole, Jackie Collins, David Comer, Cathy Cottei-man, David Cox. Paula Crewell, Broderick Crosby, Ruby Cummings, Trenace Cummingham, Jimmy Cummingham, Patricia Dantzler, Tony Davis, Felicia Davis, Rosemary Davis, Sylvester Dawson, Tommie Day, Dawn Delgado, Lois Deloney. Melvin Dirrell, Sharon Dixon, Kerry Dixon. Vincent Donald. Arlene Doxie. Garland Dunkling, Theresa Dunlap, Glenda Dunn. Quincy Eadon, Cynthia Edmond, Patricia Edmondson. Darryl 87 Edwards, Andrea Edwards, Terrence Ellison, Betty Epps, Patrice Epps, Paulette Eithier 11, Patrick Evans, Danny Femster, Kevin Flippen, Cheryl Fluker, Victoria Foxworth, Mary Fulgham, Curtis Fuller, David Fuller, Jeff Fuller, Rick Gavins, Angela Gibbs, Earlene Gibson, Elnora. M siii Gibson, Tim Gilbert, Irbanetta Gill, Gary Gistover, Shirrie Gonzalez, Daniel Goodson, Glendine Gordon, Beatrice Grant, Karla Gray, Estella Some Juniors Will Do Hawkins, Carlos Hawkins, Ray Heann, Elaine Hennie, Villa Henry, Kinberly Herndon, Kevin Herron. C. J. Hickey. Mark Hill, Jackie ust About Anything! 6 Green, Brian Green, Robert Green, Ronald Greenlee, Michael Grier, Lisa Guyton, Shelia Hairston. Roddie Hall, Eric Harden, Sherri Hardy, Lynetta Hardy, Sharon Hare, Darryl Harris, Sharon Harrison. Gary Harper, Cheryl Harper, Cousazy Harvey, Lori Hatchett, Kay Hill, Otha Hinson, Daisy Hodges, Lisa Hogan, Michael Holland, Jim Holly, Chenise Hollis, Terry Holloway, Gracie Hopkins, Hattie Hopkins, Pamela Hopkson, Annetta Horn. Edward Hornaday, Eddie Horton, Eric Houston, Crystal Houston, Rosa Howard, Angie Howard, Shirley Hudson, Patrice Hudson, Thelma Hughey, Regina Humphrey, Alice Hunt, Angie Hurt, Lynette Itson, Terrance Jackson, Cedric Jackson, Gloria Jackson, Portia Jackson, Ronald Jackson. Sherri Jackson. Simone James, Irving Jefferson, Alfreda Jenkins, Milous Jennings, Gwen Johnson, Donna Johnson, Eric Johnson. Fiesta Johnson, Jackie Johnson, Janice Johnson, Jovita Johnson, Lageta Johnson, Paula Johnson, Reba Johnson, Renee Johnson, Violet Jones, Tina Jones, Valerie Jones, Yvette 90 1 4 , rwfflllln. I 199 my 'E ' 2 .,,,. C 1 if 7"3ypu, M ,1" , 44 ,if -vi f ' 1 I' -V s 9 4 1 f f ,f-'v F .- .5 i A 'Wm fs b"?4'g:A ra 1' iw O .NW 9 i 'wg f ' , A mi X f X ,Rx Vw 'ZF '- , "T.,, I, ,I f 'LJ .sf , f'3Qf v iff . mv 'fffvdifhiv .. ' ' ,ka-,......1.1 .41 414 of Jordan, Connie Jupree. Chrisele Kellum. Karen Kelly, Robert Kelly Ryan Kelly Steverna Kidd. Willie King, Arthur King, Eddie King, Jackie King, Ronald LaFleur, Sharon Lakey. Dorothy Lane. Winifred Larkin. Wilma Lester, Erwin Latchison, Carol Lawler, Bernard Leach, Marilyn Leatherman, Twyla Lee, Darryl Legardye, Monica Legardye, Gregory Luckett, Alice Lynch, Reggie Malone, Steve Manns, Tressa Marks, Angela Marriner, Kim Marsh, Vernita Marshall, Cynthia Mask, Rosalind Mason, Suzette Matthews, Tannis Maynard, Augusta Maze, Albert McChester, Pam McClellan, Renee McClender, Maurice McClenpon, Angie McClure, Sheri McComb, Beverly McCord, Casandra McDaniel, Petrena McFarland, Lisa McGee, Tony McGill, Gabriel Mclntye, Wanda McLilly, Denise 91 McNeal, William Miles, Theressa Miller, Crystal Miller, Robert Minor, Diana Miscinsin, David Mitchell, David Moore, Fred Moore, Wilma Motley, Jacqueline Nash, Cynthia 92 Nelson, Pamela Nelson. Russell Noaks, James Odell, George Odom, William Ogden, Narotha Overton. Wanda Owens, Kim Pace, Rodney 'W' Paige, Roy Paige, Samuel 98 Palmer, Barbara Pascuzzo, Joe Patton, Jacqueline Patton, Matthew Pea, Antonio Pea, Arnold Pennington, Steven Patterson. Rod Perez, Lucy Perkins, Benita ,nbntgty , 'arf ,I ,.,, 3 W F E 'fix tw i, if , M Z iq . . Ar-as orthwestern fwga 435 P17 x 4 .M x S A ' YL 4 Q 1 ', A. ' s 3, 1 N .1 mixes ' Q K .Milli ,Q F! Q 0 if ' ' A- M .4 ,Y ,.Vl Pl: , s x . Q Perkins, Lanette Peterson, Tanya Pettiford, Twyla Pollard, Trina Poole, Ted Powell, Lionel Price, Moses Pught, Belinda Purvis, Toni Ramm, Chris f' .. 5 l nj H WQYWWDW Randall, Pamela Randall, Tiaqua Rasco, Edward Redman, Steve Reed, James Reid, William Rodgers, Ernest Rox-iex, Eugene Rose, Tony Ross, Anthony X . qi l if W 96 Ross. Celestine Rowley, Cathy Rumph, Jama Russian, Coby Ryan, Blue Samuel, Henry Sanders, Arthu Saunders, Vickx Settle, Eugenia. Settle, Rosner Sewell, Alvin Shackelford, Renetta Sheffey, David Shields, Sylvia Simpson, Barbara Simpson, Freeman Skelton, Mark Skidmore, Roger Skinner, Wyronne Smith, Deborah N N X BM I A .:E. E N X ctiibcgs Q1 " ' Axe. ,fwv , 1 Many Class Projects ,.....v41' ,dw ,,,. ,Q-'K A, 1' A -iv - x-A5 Attract Juniors' Interest M1 Smith, Lynda Smith, Roxie Smith, Sheila Snowden, Henry Spearman, Bob Stafford, Kenneth Staples, Santa Steele, Patricia Stephens. Ken Stephens, Patricla "ii J fi '32 F Stewart, Gary Strong, Angela Swift, Darren Swims, Jametra Tambling, David Taylor, Cheryl Taylor, Robert Teer, Stephen Thomas, John Thompson, Esther 100 I, 2 S M 71 H. ,, fi Z f" N 2 Q, L ST !.-. .L i is . ,eww , - ig ZMAQ I JM eh M A 104354 M 9 , N, AH5, , , i 'f if K, fx Juniors Getting For Senior -,v K RPG Ready T '- Their ear Thompson, Wanda Thrower, Alice Timmons, Veta Tolbert, Charlie Townsend, Edward Townsend, Delisa Townsend, Vivian Tylor, Brian Wondrasik, Karen Vines, Jerry 101 Vance. Michael Vance, Sandra Vaughter. Dennis Veal. Kim Vickers, Jamie Vickers. Marsellous Wade. Tony Wagner, Maxine Walker, Jackie Walker, Vance .kg 4 f'1.L.:. N , K lkffix , QHX fi Xia MW af K, vm. Q 'Q Mikal 2 C W' Xe x ,Xi L'-n si .S re- X X x L U' 5:55 tif , 117142 'Wig ,.....--.W .,..-.., ,,,...-..... ,,....-.... ,......... ,,....-.. ,,.-an- ,,,....... ga..-ang ,V W A M I nf If White, Jimmy White, Michael Wilkersdn, Keith Williams, Bridgette Williams, Derrick Williams, Michelle Williams, Ronny Williams, Tommy Willis, Sabrina Wills, Shurun 10359 KVM.- xr vw lr 1 K .H by 10,1 -r M C. -. .I X. Xi fgtzs E .i Fins -.. i - 1 Egg 'QQ H- Wx 1 Wilson, Cedric Wilson. Valerie Wittum, Michelle Woods, Gary Wright, Kathey i, 5 - VJ. 'L or ill " f "1.-f I 5 , E in adn Wright, Kelvin Wynn, Scott Yearby, Joseph Young, Carrie Young, Earl fin? ii . , ,. fs- Q4-""I!f xifu . . , X xc. I Q. A n i - My -xg. V . ,1o5S 4 Q ., A STREBERS P 5 VZ?" avg A5114 At beat '?JRc1zeU Wildcat Drawing 6 ' K '35 lt. 'k'-L M ' ip i 2 if A f 1 1 A 4 f, 'L'k L 2 , 6 H ws! K Harrell Milhouse-Varsity Wrestling Barbara Brown-Girls Swimming T' Larry Gauvlic-Boys Hockey Ramona Gillard-Girls Basketball William McNeal-J.V. Wrestling 108 -Q Northwestern's Most Outstanding Athletics Y Y iw- ,Q ,ilu -vg., .fi n Trent Tucker-Varsity Basketball , , A ,., ' ,,5fafg,f .N .v H I E, ,Q ' " f"'f'f'A ,i1'jegf-fifxiwif ' 1 , V l Guadalupee Aguilar-Girls Tennis Ronald King-Cross Country Danny Evans-J.V. Basketball Eric J ohnson-Varsity Football 1 NW Football 1977-78 The 1977-78 football season was a successful season for Northwestern High School from the standpoint of developing a positive attitude amongst the players towards the game of football. Our team did not have a good year in the win-loss column, but we had a real bunch of winners out there working hard everyday during the season. The coaches and I have already started looking towards next football season because we expect many good things from the young men we have returning for the 1978-79 football season. Northwestern Football Coaching Staff consists of Willie Donahue QOffensive 8: Defensive Backsj, Clyde Bell COffensive 8: Defensive Endsj and Head Football Coach, Glen Kelly. Our football staff is in the process of trying to establish a winning tradition in the sport of football at Northwestern. The staff is dedicating themselves to the task of giving NWHS and our community a team that they can be proud of. We want to be successful in football because it is the first sport of the NW school year, and we as coaches feel that we can set the tone for positive things to happen throughout the school year. NW Football, 1978-79, has the chance to be great. We have outstanding returning Lettermen in Michael Greenlee at quarterback, Jeff Thomasg Halfback, Curly and Curtis Fulghamg Defensive Backs and Linemen Vincent Dixon, Sam Stewart, William Clark, Anthony Ragsdale, Brian Tyler and Terry Itson. These people will be our leaders plus with help from the JV and new enrollees, we have nothing but optimism for the football future at Northwestern HS. Coach Glen Kelly The "Cats" keep fighting as it nears night in Saginaw Terry Itson . . most improved football player for 1977-78. Phillip "Bull" Miller . . All-City, All-Valley. , K I .. M y YQ Q I V IAZ asa, ' x 4 .V z., ' x .,,- ff 4 , ' ,. Am - ' . . " I f.,, -'fvh iimr' we 'fwff ff. Zwrzggf- " " ...NT ' ,V l -V W-as - ,,, n ' 'r""""'t 'LW ., " Wi' -L , firflfwc 1' .. ' lm . J ' f f n 4 V a f ,, F V. Row 1 QL-RQ Victor Willis, Brad Hairston, Bobby Weston, Eric Johnson, Phillip Miller, Larry Royster, Car Ray, Rod Tipton, Kevin Wilbon, James Caldwell, Willie Dotson, Terry Jones, fTrainerj Gary Reigal, Mgr. George Fields Row 2 John Thomas, Sam Stewart, Russell Nelson, Larry Swoope, Michael Greenlee,Anthony Ross, DeWayne Bingham, Michael Allen, Robert Nelson, Juluis Strange, Equipment Mgr., Larry Simpson, Terry Thompson Row 3 Jeff Thomas, David Collins, Roosevelt Robinson, Leroy Collins, Curly Fulgham. Robert Green, Bryant Tyler, Mack Gibson, Terry Itson, Anthony Kemp, QCoachj Terry Harris, Row 4 fCoachj Ricky Taylor, QCoachj Willie Donahue, Curtis Fulgham, Kenny Stafford, Terry Edwards, George Colston, William Clark, Melvin James, Anthony Ragsdale, Vinvent Dixon, James Hurd, fCoachj Clyde Bell, QHead Coachj 'Glen Kelly f an G. H To 9 I N pak 5 A 8: ei 4' Q xxx: xr' 5 1 jp ' ' It uw,-my A " 'gin ,J 'N 'N GMG V5 '24, Q ' if s vw ' GG., G G -1 'M P' If P " V hw, 14 . 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Tipton, M. Gibson 8a J. Cardwell. 111 2' ' R 5511? 'iw fix 'Y 1 ,, ' -,i?..j,,.s Y 'We VJ' ' vi - 'ls The minutes seemed to grow longer as the NW Wildcats battled The Northern Vikings. 1 'J eee e' i -if M L ' Ea V 5 M f , ,xr Mr. Kelly and the team on the side lines. Jeff feels the thrill of victory 'WN Mr. Kelly and the wildcat players watch quietly as one of the plays begin. 'H up "1-1 -is 1 A new team of runners were introduced to Northwestern High School's Cross Country Team this year as only two runners returned from the previous team. This years team consisted of 2 Sophomores, Paul Miller and Roderick Bradshaw. The juniors to run on this years team were Ronald King, Harold Robbs, William Walker, Joseph Yearby, Gary Stewart, Angelo Bradshaw, Tony Dantzler and Keever Williams. Next year's team looks to be one of the school's best as the team this year place 4th in the City Meet and 5th in the Valley Meet with an overall dual meet record of: won 1, lost 4. The win came against Saginaw High here at NW with a 27-30 score and was our first victory in over 3 years. Northwestern's running franchise, Ronald King, made it to the State Meet which is the first time in the history of the school a student has made it to State. Ronald was also on the All-City Team and placed 15th in the Regional Meet. Coach - Collins ALL-CITY TEAM - CROSS COUNTRY Mark Bulmash Central Ronald King Northwestern Monsanto Love Northern John Streich Southwestern Carl Torrey Northern Dan Fowler Northern John Benefield Southwestern NORTHWESTERN AWARDS Most Valuable - Ronald King Most Improved - Harold Robbs Most Coachable - Joe Yearby and Keever Williams , Watch team . . . this is a very delicate operation. NW's Cross Country Track Team Ronald King first NW student to run in the State Meet Terry Harris - head J.V. Football Coach 1977-78 Warm-Up for Victoryl Front Row, L to R: G. Woods, L. Lee, R. Roster, P. Wills, C. Whitthrone, C. Kendall, L. Wells, T. Odom, M. Cummings Middle Row: J. Williams, D. Mitchell, S. Hudson, S. Pool, M. Harper, C. Gill, S. Ingram, D. Hairston, K. Woods. Back Row: Coach Hurd, D. Smith, L. Clemons, K. Jones, A. Smith, T. Liggins, K. Stafford, L. Wells, R.. Adam, Coach Harris. Y J. V. Defense getting ready. J. V. battles up front. ,M J .V.'s Show Great Determination wg Junior Varsity Offense on the move. J. V. hit low and hard! All Junior Varsity players see action. 5. W .ji f- i 1' i n Z? V " M1 I 7 C , Q vs ff L ' ' ,, -M-"""" ' l .L f , "9 ' W 'Y' K, i r 1 N y 1 'i Q i J,-. yi'4'i 5 y " - ga Q, f X M: X y I fl ky Q lr 5 , 1 gk Q 3 , .xx , I 1 , Jie ' f IJ.. - ,A 1 4 Z S ' J A r . 1 I I f if f'L nf ' ' T , V 1 gh VM lar -f I ' K I , ,J ,f , , ,Z V Q n t 'L my om 3,5,m,N. MQ ','- 4 , , ,+G Wi' ' ' V ga' ILM A " Q, i ' A V , In ,L ,,', KM ,,., E 3 f f ,S , I V! X ' Offensive Line: Roster, Wills, Whitthrone, Kendall, Wells Running Backs: Liggins, Reed. Wide Receiver: Odom, Lee 115 Back row Q14-Q: Sherri Harden, Pat Leonard, Alesis Tyson, Ms. Pat Odgers, Carmen Williams, Alarce Lee, Michelle Williams Front row: Lisa Flowers, Arneil Cleveland, Kim Hughley, Romona Gillard, Angela McClendon Check out Mr. Tardy V.. A M Michelle Can't believe it. 116 - --... r , I can jump higher than you. ,va-.v h A . .V l' 1' , in f- Q.. 'gy "Megs, W ,.,f,fM"" WW-if , .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.....,,-..,..,.M Northwestern Defense li, -11 S Girls' Basketball Coach, Roosevelt Tardyg Asst. Coach, Judy Lewis: Team Captains i . ' Arneil Cleveland, Sherri Harden, Most Valuable players, Ramona Gillard, Sherri Harden, Seniors, Pat Leonard, Arneil ,1,,, 2' ,M- u ,ff f Cleveland, Ramona Gillard, Carmen - .., W, ,pf , Williams, Lisa Flowers, Honors-Ramona Gillard-First team fall Valleyj 1977, C , . 's Detroit Free Press, All-State Girls' W i""'--sl SQL.. . f--ask 5 5 Basketball, Honorable Mention Team. ' 5 . ' .. , - 1 ,M Team's Record 14-7 Captains: QL-RJ Sherri Harden and Arneil Cleveland You don't scare us -' sst . i,,s: .gran sg X' ss EN term:-::v::i5::RN: Q 5 -R sff-gsgfzsff 5, 3 ,strc lk' at Lisa Tyson at the free throw line Did You we that? iQ I think iys stuck Carmen has a surprised look on her face 117 A: N f f, : i K 5 . 'ne . . L,1 - A fl .ii mi' Q? is M. . ,aliinisir 5, . .. M ., K 5 ,ll Front row QL-RQ, Jackie Johnson, Roxie Smith, Lynette Hardy, Qcoachj Ms. Judy Lewis, Rita Beene, Erukia Flynn. Janice Scott, Connie Jordan, Back row, Toni Purvis, Lynda Smith, Darlene Johnson, Annette Tolbart, Qmanagerj Anita Swims, Gail Carter, Crystal Miller, Pam Bradshaw. Z' . ., . . 1-:fx 2 .Iv ,Q tx K A s as -2 we- .:-" s. . K ., . f,- . Q .. 1. lr M,,Q-od' I Z W 1 The Junior Varsity girls had an excellent season with a 17-2 record. The second loss was to Northern in double overtime. This outstanding recored enabled them to become the second place team in the city and to tie with Northern for the Valley Championship. The outstanding player of the season was Rita Beene with 255 points and the most improved was Pam Bradshaw with 84 points and 222 rebounds. 'W W if H its 4 . . mfs' s , . - W., qu F , I ,X - ., I 1 , 2 two 4 , 3 .sw Rita Beene shots for 2 points as Connie Jordan Cnc, 11, races for a rebounding position, 6, I I mnzffiff' Front Row QL-RJ LaVinya Torns, Sr., Coach Mildred James, Barbara Brown, Sr., Back Row Cynthia McGaughy, Soth., Kim Jones, Soph., and Carla Zarbua. Girls' Swim Team - Coach Mildred James, Captain, Barbara Brown, Co-Captain, LaVinya Torns, Team Members - Alice Humphey, Karen Ross, Cynthia McGaughy, Kim Jones. We had a slow start with our season, but a strong finish made up for it all. The Booster Club Award was given to Alice Humphreyg Sophomore Kim Jones was awarded the most improved swimmer award and Barbara Brown was awarded the most outstanding swimmer award of the year. Barbara became the first third year winner on the Girls' Swim Team. Girls' Swim Team watching the swim meet QL-RJ Karen Ross. Kim Jones, Cynthia McGaughy, Jama Rumph- BBPUBPB Brown Swimmers, take your mark! 120 iz. , 1 ,J 1 Ay., Is this Barbara Brown? 5.55 aa? Dave keeps his eye on the ball Put it right here Quite Please! Should I take a swing? , Watch me go .... as , Team Members: fl-rj Dave Cotterman, Gary Bruff, Pat Ethier, Lupe Brown Golf Requires Deep Concentration LU. ,A M A .1 - - ..-- -A--f""'f 1 Shiela Logan, Sr. Is readying herself for the return Guadalupee Aguilar, Sr., Going cross sourt can score points e :nw l we Hfifsfffify 59 , -A 4ZEZ:2S:N 5,1 N , ' 1. XA y , ' -zmfellifsfw b Tewanta LeGardye, Sr., is setting up for an overhead smash Genel Gistover, Sr., Concentration was the key to being the tennis Improved player Tennis Team Has First Win Q 5 Varsity Wildcats Strike Again Northwestern Varsity Basketball Team: Front Row Q1-rj: Coach Grover Kirkland, Rod Tipton, Phillip Miller, Robert Green, Coach Randy Hodge: Middle Row Teddy Jackson, Mary McGill, Kevin Ware, Bobby Weston, Harold Wareg Back Row Robert Liggins, Trent Tucker, Brian Richards, Larry Brown, Patrice Walker, Matthew Clevenger fnot picturedj, Tony Cobbins The Wildcats posted another victorious season, capturing its third city title and its fourth consecutive ' district title. The team had a successful summer by competing in St. Cecelin League in Detroit and ,f" ending as champions. The Wildcats' talented Trent Tucker was voted "most valuable player" in that ' f tournament. The Wildcats feel proud of their accomplishments-facing and defeating tough opponents such as: No. 1-rated Pontiac Central . No. 2-rated Saginaw High No. 3-rated Flint Northern No. 1-rated Muskegon Heights fClass Bl This year's team was led by All-City, All-Valley, All-State, honor- J able mention All-American Trent 7' Tucker who maintained a 26.4 ' average, set a school and city record X in total points in one game-49. He was aided by All-Valley Harold Ware and honorable mention All-Valley Patrice V ,ffg ' Walker and Robert Green. The W , ,f 1 ' 5 ' Ax Wildcats had many back-up men who , contributed highly to their success 5 g if M with hard work, dedication and 1 , enthusiasm. Kirkland feels that his vi! team has fulfilled each of its goals with the exception of winning a state title. Pie Walker adds two more. 'o V V ' .,'. Jjxkxrwixtk A,:, re , " .A 4 fn T we , Q 5 .A ,X in ew .ff 4 fW e lfhg ,, Y! ',i" ' 4. ' 9 ,F Rod Tipton Sr., Robert Liggins Sr., Trent Tucker Sr., Harold Ware Sr., Robert Green Jr. QT 'fps JK No -V A'-5. . 'R n , A 1 X Bull Miller-Senior Tony Cobbins-Junior 2 M X5 Matt Clevenger-Senior Marv McGill-Senior if We f Kevin Ware-Senior Bobby Weston-Senior I L' ,NX 124 Teddy Jackson-Junior We're only doing our job M We All Contributed , im 'xi xl Hp. 5 ' K e f .f "M g , I 1 I Lrgffi, -qv-NN sf' A , ez-:r f Q V EPZ t yr' J. Q , W A L ' , 3 vb' - .- 46,1334 .gn LR 147 , 8 , N t im f n ' tg 1 ,V " F t f 'it .. "' e if - - . J su Brian up for 2 points Get down baby, heres two more 'E , 9 on 553 Last minute instructions 4 X .git Q I X Time out dog gone it Tip runs the ima offense V 42 Coach this been a long night UP UP and away ' n Q Y 8 I '9 .I . ,,,g1E ff .Q . e,gee42figs5z4ef sfo 3 -, lnizf M, Q ' M I i' "e' ig tqyg 5 ui New 1192232 125 ssunv-..-..............-.... ATHVES Back row fl-rj: Joe Pacuzzo, Tyrone Odom, Danny Evans, Rodney Patterson, Anthony Wade, Ahmad' Walker, Front row: Jeff Thomas, Thomas Ollie, Mark Harper, Efferim Gingham . T ,. 4,: ,.,. . .X ., . f I ' H ' f ' ., fm. X. ' Rodney Patterson applies the Wildcat "D" against opponent. Efferim releases the ball on a jumpshot. ,f . ' ,..... x , .4111 126 Victor Scott is too quick for these two Saginaw Defenders. The Junior Varsity Basketball team finished the season with a 13-6 record. They were second in the valley with a 5-2 record and city champs with a 6-0 record. Members of the Junior Varsity Team this year were: Danny Evans, Tom Ollie, Joe Pascuzzo, Efferim Gingham, Mark Harper, Rodney Patterson. Tyrone Odom, Jeff Thomas, Ahmad Walker, Anthony Wade, Anthony Flourney, Ronald Dudley, and Jerry Barnett. Outstanding players were Danny Evans, Joe Pascuzzo, Tom Ollie, and Efferim Bingham. 'Q' Q nggaklfim www Rig ,lr Q W' f , 1 2 ...,,, H5 - ,H ,, 5' ' af' ,ff - nvffnvf ' Q21 - x Min+ Mn f M ln ,W X ' MW .v 1 , , "-5 i W T 's Joe Pascuzzo needs a little cooling off during a wildcat time-out. Tom Ollie lays it up as several Pontiac players watch helplessly- lyn Q., rf fx' 1' ' M 4? -., W - S .52 9 'H I O M s. T Joe Pascuzzo is ready to run the Wildcat offense. U n ilfiff' -5143.355 . ' . ' - ' R H an f ' 1 J 'Q Nav?sZ,'? 1' V , K! , . llilfx gf f,-'W 'V x 3' at ff Q l n, Q ' r ,, I 2 ll! V I , A A 'fam f,g.5L.?AJ. if 'A A 3 ix' . ' l I , , - . :J 'V '5..,'5 5 V 1 x vp , 'sid ' t 4 -, l 1 1 1 X Anthony Wade shoots the "J" as a smaller Pontiac player attempts to stop him. Basketball Has Another Fine Season 127 Varsity Volleyball Team: Front fLeft to right, Sherri Harden, Jr.g Lisa Flowers, Sr.g Chrisele Jupree, Jr.: Pam Bradshaw Soph.g Tracey McCloud, Sophg Janice White, Sr.g Rene Hopkson, Jr.: Back Mrs. Autumn Holdreng Robin Stewart. Sr., Lisa Bush, Sr., Felicia Watson, Soph.: Lori Harvey, Jr.: Alesia Summers, Sr., Ramona Gillard, Sr. Captain MWWK -his-. Ramona Gillard picture-perfect form for the ace serve The Wildcat Volleyball team, coached by Mrs. Autumn Holdren, had a winning season in 1978 finishing with an overall record of 9-6. The Wildcats swept the first city Volleyball Tournament which helped them capture the City Championship for the second year running. The team records in the City and Valley were 5-1 and 5-5 respectively. Lori Harvey prepares to set up the spike Volleyball Team Cnce Again Cit Champs 128 2 fav 5 1 . f E E 5 2 E I Am W'1 l .-sf S r iv ! 4,-v ljr X' X www 1 I3 , Q39 I I!! f 3 Lisa Baker, Center Gena Pitts, Joann Carter, Toni Thomas, Junior Varsity Team: Front fLeft to Rightj Doretha Moore, Michelle Jupree, Mildred James, Violet Johnson, Crystal Houston Co-Capt, Hatty Hopkins, Marva o iman, eorge e lm ro g - p The Junior Varsity squad coached by Ms. Mildred James. The J.V. team finished with an 8-7 record and showed much improvement as the season progressed. 1978 Schedule Varsity Loss Loss Win Loss Loss Win Loss Win Loss Win Win Win Feb. 20 Win Win Win Opponent Northern B.C. Western B.C. Central Saginaw Midland Flint Central B.C. Handy Sag. Arthur Hill Midland Dow Saginaw Pontiac Flint Southwestern City Tournament Northern Central Southwestern J .V. Loss Loss Win Win Win Loss Win Loss Loss Win Win Win Jan. Loss Win Loss 2 H11 G tt K'b uhCoCat. Back Lisa Purches, Ms - A' v l.. X 'K A ........s... glgx g V hffsgz' . L Gena Pitts UND moves in to cover as Georgett Kimb i,ii' i rough spikes SX Front row Q1-rj Clint Sanders, Robert Jackson, Criag Ross, Harrell Milhouse, Robert Montgomery, Charles Gill, Second row: Asst. Coach Michael Collins, Vincent Dixon, William McNeal, Dunell Chaney, Stanley Wright, Robert Taylor, James Holliman, Coach Paul Holdren: Back row Derreck Williams, George Colston, Sam Brown Wildcat wrestlers, led by state runners-up seniors Harrell Milhouse and James Holliman, set many team and individual records during the 1977-78 season. Team records would include a 6th consecutive dual meet season without a loss, and NW's first victory ever at the exclusive Lansing Eastern Invitational, a tournament which is reserved for the state's best teams. The team also won its 6th Championship Title of the past 7 years, and its 5th Valley West Crown of the past 6 years. "I've never had a more dedicated and closely knit team, that took to the mats this year", stated Coach Paul Holdren, who has never suffered a defeat, while posting a coaching record of 28-0-1, with the Wildcats. Eight varsity lettermen earned the coveted "Belt Buckle" award for posting an individual season record with 25 or more wins. These men were Robert Montgomery C29-45, Harrell Milhouse Q42-35, Wendell White Q31-123, Criag Ross Q35-121, Dunell Chaney Q25-151, James Holliman C43-53, George Colston Q27-12-lj, and Sam Brown C28-1-45. Many underclassmen earned varsity letters as a result of winning varsity tournaments. This extremely talented group, with proper dedication and spirit, could surpass the accomplishments of this past year's team. The challenge has been made by the seniors, only time will tell if it has been accepted. Clint Sanders C18-2j, who became the first sophomore s ince Milhouse to win a city title, will be leading the group, along with William McNeal C19-2j, Derrek Williams Q20-145, Robert Jackson Q11-6-lj, Vincent Dixon C15-41, C. J. Herron Q21-GQ, and Charles Gill C10-101. Many others have the potential to help, Michael Vance, Robert Taylor, and Craig Clemons to mention just a few. Congratulations men, and a job well donel Dual Meets 8-0 NW ' Opponent 39 - 1 1 Southwestern 51 - 12 Bay City Handy 36 - 9 Pontiac Central 59 - 9 Beecher 56 - 7 Chippewa Valley 48 - 18 Durand 29 - 23 Fenton 39 - 17 Northern 130 Tournaments Grand Blanc Lansing Eastern SVS College Gen. County Northwestern Fenton Team Det. Cat. Centra City Valley Regional State l 6th place 1st lst 2nd 3rd lst lst 1st lst 2nd 1 1th place place place place place place place place place place JD! Harrell Milhouse, Sr., 112 lbs Q42-Sj, Tri-Captain, 2nd place state, Shown defeating rival in country All-Star meet 1 James Holliman, Sr. 165 lbs. Q43-51 2nd place state. Captures points enroute to NW "Wildcat" Invitational championship 'Cats Mat Powerhouse Again in N1 'QV Wendell White, Sr., 119 lbs. Q31-121, Tri-Captain gives wrestler a closer look at the matl my ,Wm ummm. Stanley Wright, Sr., 145 lbs. Tries to hold SW's Hitts during "Wildcat" Invitational 1 Q W Lf L. .44 in Dunell Chaney, Jr., 138 lbs. Q26-151, Ridin' tough as he tries to break his Sam Brown, Sr., Hvwt. 1280141 Even a NW wrestler can get caught in a tight situation man down A-an ff' 94.-swf" ""ll l Craig Ross, Sr., 126 lbs. C35-123, Tri-Captain Setting up Byron Smith, Sr.. 155 lbs. "Putting the muscle on" as the Craig Clemons, Jr., 132 lbs., Listening to an AllfStar meet take-down ref checks him out Coach Holdren as he gives as word of encouragement 131 PM 1 X 'CSN Clint Sanders, Soph.. 105 lbs. Q18-25 1st place city. Lets opponent know it doesn't pay to mess with the 'cats "pn Sam Brown, Sr., 28-14, Twice city champ, State Qualifier six Valley Champ, State Qualifier flames Holliman, Sr., 43-5, Twice city 8a Valley champ, 2nd tate M u- George Colston, Sr., 27-12-1, Mean Machine Rolls Wendell White looks for his own leg when his opponent tries to tie him up Wendell White, Captain, Sr., 31-12 Valley and city champs, State Qualifier 2 x., .. " A lx Harrell Milhouse, Captain, Sr., 42-3, 3 Times City 8a Valley Champ, 2nd State Wrestlerettes Cheer Team n -Y Y . 1 K .Q 'PQDQQ xl Northwestern Wrestlerettes: Narotha Odgen, Annie Odom. Monica Bard, Sandra Brown. Jackie Hill, Jama Rumph, Maxine Wagner, Bonita Perkins, Ms. Aardal sitting The Wrestlerettes of 'l77" and "78" had a very exciting year. This year the group consisted of eight charming young ladies. These young ladies made posters and went to most of the meets to cheer on their favorite Wildcat team. They also sold posters, baked goods and sloppy joes to help pay for transportation costs. This was the first year for the ladies to wear uniforms which were white sweaters and green pants. The regular wrestling season is over but Black Cat Wrestling has begun and the wrestlerettes are still active. Stick 'Em First Then Burn 'Em d wi Ns... Alex Davis, Soph., takes a breather and get instrucions from teammates Carl Clemons, Soph., gets set to throw a move on adversary Dorian Swift, William McNeal, and Coach Mike Collins 133 .V.'s Have Bright Future anim ,.i. I 'iff 1' 1555 K C. 'ina ., ,,.-, -, Northwestern Junior Varsity: Front Row: fl-rj Anthony Edwards, Dorian Swift, Reggie Cole, Carl Clemons, Alex Davis, Kirkie Hampton, Back Row: Craig Clemons, Kelvin Jones, Gene Jamison, Terrance Itson, Lonzo Blake, Michael Vance, Coach Michael Collins Tournaments Dual Meets Ma,-lette 1st place NW 57-6 Southwestern Montrose lst place slay Eity Handy NW Quad lst place 61-6 Lssexsfj Clio "B" Quad 2 place 56-0 Flushing Northern 2nd place 52-24 Millington 35-27 Clio 12-16 Bently Varsity 38-24 Pontiac Central 63-17 Northern This year's J. V. Wrestling Team enjoyed another fine season. They surprised other varsity teams, such as Algonac which was rated in the top 10 in class B, at Marlette. These young men set goals to surpass this year's varsity output for the up coming season. They finished this season 9-1 - the only loss being to Bentley's Varsity. The most outstanding J. V. wrestler was William McNeal. Coach Michael Collins Joe Gilliard, Soph,, adds a touch of his chin to perfect his move ' ,45 Carl Clemons, Soph., tightening it up for a Alex Davis, Soph., bringing an unwilling 134 cradle wrestler back down to the mat T ., 1 - ' ., . L-, W J ,, QESBWW k,,,,, , -qv i, ,Q 2,5 ,fig ji '. yy, 4 3' ff J -A 5. J., ,, N. ,qw 3' ,JL M My N Y ,A ,-1 Willie Donahue, Girls' Softball Coach Back catcher watches for the ball Spring Brings In Softball sv vs., " - l at ts X Q. U wyn- iv"4v Front Row Cl-rl: Jackie Johnson, Kim Rayford, Kita Boose, Kim Hughley, Reba Johnson, Coach Donahue Second Row: Lynda Smith, Rochelle Brookshire, Daphnio Davis, Valerie Gilmore, Belle Luckadoo, Paulette Ball Third Row: Vera Lowery. Carylon Green. Annette Tolbert, Pam Turner, Tracy McCloud. Managers: Sharon Canada, Cynthia Marshall, Lavinya Torns 135 H-o-c-k-e-y is C-o-o-1 Under Coach Terry Harris, Northwestern's Hockey Team made a move this year in challenging other Genesee County Hocky Teams. This year's team continued to improve over all seasons which was lead by its seniors, Tim Rieber, Mark Skidmore, Jim Rubel, Robert Gonzalez, Roger Tinnin, Bill McCloskey and Ken Weston. The future is bright for icers, with more experience and more dedication, you will see a new look in Northwestern's Hockey program. M if Senior, Tim Rubel having a chin injury looked at ' Assist. captain Tim Reiber, Coach Harris, Captain Mark Skidmore. Hockey fans are something special, Front Row QL-RQ J, Williams, Tim Rubel, Mark Skidmore, Kevin Hill, Tim Reiber, Robert Gonzalez, T. Harris Back Row Roger Skidmore, Larry Gavulic Joe Gonzalez Dan Gonzalez, Craig Defoy, Bill McCloskey, Carl Brumit, Ken Stephens, Ken Weston, missing, Roger Tinnin. 136 1 . X Wifi A, , 9 if .Q- A change in periods - calls for last minute instructions. Jim Rubel asks, "Where did you come from?" ww-e4.,,,,.,. xv v'4""""""w i -Q! Q Junior Ken Stephens, Goalie, Kevin Hill, Mark Skidmore, ready to stop a Tim Reiber heads for a short rest. Holly change. I, Q1 if 2: L Ken Weston, Tim Reiber, Craig Defoy Keeping up with the action. Soph. Kevin Hill C301 looks over the action. Hockey Team Improves Over All Seasons 1978 Season Promises A Tough Tennis ffl", :is-I Team A -is 1 l ,,., ' ,' Q W,,,,,.,...w-0 fr' QL-RQ S. Teer, D. Cotterman. R. Taylor, B. Nelson, V. Bailey, C. Lane, Coach, Mr. Bell NW's Boys' Ten l l nis Team takes to the courts to try out skills once again. Www x x x x x xi , ' "',.,, ',., ,V Top Row QL-RJ Derrick Smith, Robert Williams, Tony Dantzler, Edward Townsend, Brad Hairston, Moses Price, Phillip Miller, Harold Robbs, Ronald King, Larry Lee, Roderick Bradshaw, Reginald Lynch, Joe Yearby, Broderick Crews, Cornelius Withorn. Mark Ball Bottom Row Shawn Hunter, Donnie Chaney, David Mitchell, Paul Miller, Angelo Bradshaw, Craig Owens, Erin Smith, Milus Jenkins, Eddie Hornaday, Qnot picturedj Gary Stewart. Leonard Bell ., f 1 re, 2, ,xiii M ,anno- ,,,, .,- M. ,..,-mi , " W 'V kiln ' ' ., , NE , . t , ,, , Q .qt ,, ,, h 4' ' nn ,g,W,X.vN1 fg if -Mi--2 EM fiqgklff 152922, :ga 36 -Q-'--' .179 WI. "7 'K Ei GIRIS ram Standing Q1-rj Lila Hawthrone, Sharon Robinson, Shirley McGrady, Rene Walls, Natalie Jones, Cassandra McCord, Sharon Harris, Pam Bradshaw, Gabrielle McG111 Lori Harvey, Kneeling Pat Amerson, Shelia Sanders, Tyra Wright, Theresa Felder, Rita Beene f' I 'fNwX. sei Y. Mr. Collins looks pleased with Gabrielle's style Coach James intends to stay warm N .si l name. 140 Only 3 more laps to go QRYQW: -fy mg,,,.i:'ffffz 1- s The Best Getting Better as yyyss 2, is M...-aw MW "L' b if "" f Q tettte MMANM , H We all have our moods. Eric Towner has a nice pitcher form. ,,,, sms.,-v i ,. NNW, , o L,,L,L ? df, Vvbl aw' 1" E? 2 2 , 1 5 - " , f Mi" isia . . is 5 H f-Wff- .,,k . , . f , A ., ' i h - - ree ,c 'T n l " a i ' W"' 'iw' i , , AA" 'L 'i 'k" ff-f ' ,,-., , 1 ii , -"',-' ,IIT 121: Vi' -1 '-"' if , , ' ,fy VW 1 2 -,,h., . , Bob in back catcher position. Ken and Jim are ready for action. , ,.,,.,,., H W,,k1,h4A7 H ,. , I H ,, 1 ,jWWMJ" ' 'vffff' ,v,, . I ,-f ,M 1. fgf:f .,A . I W ,W X ,- , . ww' 'MJ Andy and Ken looks on as Bob gets ready to catch the ball. Vaughn Hamilton gets ready to pitch the ball. Boys' Baseball A Growing Success 141 v-.4 4 I , ,s From the spirits of NW's J.V. Baseball players, this should be a pretty good season. 3 Q X fe . as X ik ...4 all fy .f., , ,, M ' K? .-v""""" 13. n t -.al ...fl ,a ew 1 'i i. l ffflfh-W, ,f in-v 41 ul' I -as Y -5,-'e gg XR., - K 1 A v s ' "'V"'W E J, .5 s " -- i s A g lie W 'U "" 1 2 A' A' E 311: -- sf fs Xu, f 4 . .,s W 0 Mgv 1... jx H!Bemti?JRc1.z A Senior's Life Has Many Aspects! N Q -gl Mondra Adams BIRTHDATE: December 4, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Bike Riding, basketball, football' , N , FAVORITE' COLOR: Blue' ' MOST MEMORABLEMOMENT: Being imprisousdyby gates and chainsion doors during hall sweeps. FUTURE PLANS: Being 'successful in all of life's endeavors. - - 1960 V, 'Leo - ' ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Girls Tennis Team, Chicano Club, ' Coop' Student at Chevrolet HOBBIES: Tsuuis . A FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow MOST -MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation , Y 'A K FAVORITE PLACE':'San Luis Potosi, Mexico U V, . -- , FUTURE PLANS: Attend College for Field U ' Q ' ' N K Ricky Allen ' "Rail" BIRTHDATE: December 8, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius FAVORITE, COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASS: Marketing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Atlanta Georgia FUTURE PLANS: To go to College. 146 , Vincent Adams BIRTHDATE: November 14 1960 ZODIAC SIGN. Scorpio HOBBIES: Basketball, Partying, Listening to, Music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Stephine , 'L T AAnderson' ' , BIRTHDATE: August 17, 1959 'ZODIAC SIGN:,Lec A V. HOBBIES: Tennis, Volleyball, ' Badminton ' i FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow FAVORITE CLASS: English FUTURE PLANS: To Work Brenda Alexander I BIRTHDATE: september 6, 1960 'N ,ZODIAC SIGN: .Virgo A HOBBIES: Bowling, Dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Light Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: English, 'Gymnastics , .V 'A A M Y ' MOST MEMORABLE 'MOMENTZ "The, Class Wedding." V' , FUTURE P-I..ANS:'Nurse, ' f , Mark S. Anthony "Marcus" BIRTHDATE: July 14, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer HOBBIES: Singing, Camping, Swimming, Hiking FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASS: Biology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation, Jr. Deacons FAVORITE PLACE: Cedar Point FUTURE PLANS: Ministry I Guadalupe ' Aguilar BIRTHDATE: September 17, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo ACTIVITIES: Tennis, Chicano Club Honor Society HOBBIES: Tennis FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math, Typing FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Natalie Allen "Nett" BIRTHDATE: April 30, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Dancing, Sewing FAVORITE COLOR: Baby Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT May 9, 1977 At 10:21 FUTURE PLANS: Registered Nurse Markenna Avant "Kiki" BIRTHDATE: September 17, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo HOBBIES: Partying FAVORITE COLOR: Baby Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: Cosmetologist Paulette Ball BIRTHDATE: December 12, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius ACTIVITIES: Softball HOBBIES: Reading, Talking, Dancing, Music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Science, Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I got my first kiss Q6 years agoj. ' FAVORITE PLACE: Bedroom FUTURE PLANS: To become a Social ' Worker Meladie Beard BIRTHDATE: October 8, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra HOBBIES: Cooking, Dancing FAVORITE CLASS: Data Processing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I first met my boyfriend. FAVORITE PLACE: Cedar Point FUTURE PLANS: To move to California Dewayne Bingham BIRTHDATE: April 14, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries ACTIVITIES: Football HOBBIES: Making Tapes, Driving FAVORITE COLOR: gray FAVORITE CLASS: Minorities MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Football Season FAVORITE PLACE: At Home in Basement: FUTURE PLANS: To become a Community Director the Lana Barton BIRTHDATE: July 28. 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo HOBBIES: TV, Going Out FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: Art, Mass Media FUTURE PLANS: To attend College and become Successful Monica S. Bard "Pie" BIRTHDATE: June 13, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini HOBBIES: Cooking, Karate FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow FAVORITE CLASSES: History. Math, English FAVORITE PLACE: Europe FUTURE PLANS: To become a Doctor. - Brenda Barnhart BIRTHDATE: June 13, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini HOBBIES: Going to the Beach FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASS: History MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT Going to Northwestern FAVORITE PLACE: Beach 1 Loretta Beene BIRTHDATE: January 8, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn' HOBBIES: Singing, Dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASS: Arts and Crafts FUTURE PLANS: To get Married - f 'Jannanne A. Best ' A It "Jan" BIRTHDATE: April 28, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus ACTIVITIES: Co-op Student. National Honor Society HOBBIES: Ice Skating, Sewing. Swimming FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math. Sociology V MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: March 4, 1977 : FUTURE PLANS: To go to College x Cynthia R. Berry BIRTHDATE: August 22. 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo ACTIVITIES: Honor Society HOBBIES: Volleyball FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASS: Math Q Deborah Black BIRTHDATE: November 29, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Biking, Basketball, Football FAVORITE COLOR: Baby Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Science. Anatomy MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: My Bedroom FUTURE PLANS: To go to the U of M , f - 'H -H --'W-W ---' n 1 1 w Q V I r Q 1 'a Samuel Brown BIRTHDATE: December 16, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius ACTIVITIES: Wrestling HOBBIES: Listening and singing music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math FUTURE PLANS: To become a , Business Man Mark D. Bryant "Fish King" BIRTHDATE: March 2, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces ACTIVITIES: Band HOBBIES: lislaying the drums FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Band. Marketing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My first car FUTURE PLANS: To become a Business Man Sharon L Carlson BIRTHDATE: March 26, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Knitting, needle point, football FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Science, Civil War, Gym FAVORITE PLACE: At school FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Cynthia R. Bryant BIRTHDATE: June 15. 1960 HOBBIES: Going Places FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: English. Psychology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Arkansas FUTURE PLANS: To be successful in life Paula Broyles BIRTHDATE: May 30, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini ACTIVITIES: Volleyball HOBBIES: Sewing. dancing, singing FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math. Physics. Psychology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My brother and I walking this earth together. FAVORITE PLACE: Shopping Centers Business College Lisa A. Bush BIRTHDATE: January 3, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn ACTIVITIES: Volleyball, Track HOBBIES: Skating, bowling, dancing, singing FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: Economics, Woodshop, Pottery, Marketing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I was sophomore FAVORITE PLACE: My bedroom FUTURE PLANS: To travel Sharon A Canada "Net" BIRTHDATE: August 29. 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo ACTIVITIES: Softball HOBBIES: Dancing, drawing, listening to mbisic FAVORITE CLASSES: Art, typing, service FAVORITE PLACE: My bedroom FUTURE PLANS: To get married and have children l Fay Brunser BIRTHDATE: September 9. 1960 HOBBIES: Swimming, bike riding FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: English MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: The Prom of 1977 FAVORITE PLACE: The restaurant FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Stephon Campbell "Tiny" BIRTHDATE: June 11, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini HOBBIES: Music, dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow FAVORITE CLASSES: Accounting MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduating from Northwestern FUTURE PLANS TO go to College to be an Accountant Phyllis Y Carter "Phil-Pot" BIRTHDATE: December 24. 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn ACTIVITIES: Working as a volunteer at Hurley Medical Center FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: Word Power. Economics and Consumers Mosr MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I went to Las Vegas FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To go to the Army, and be a Social Worker ' ' 149 E Deborah Clark "Sweet Deb" BIRTHDATE: September 18, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo ACTIVITIES: Enrichment 1 Program, Honor Society, Bowling Club HOBBIES: Dancing, singing, traveling, attending games FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: All math and science classes MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Attending the Junior Couples Dance in 1976 FAVORITE PLACE: At Concerts FUTURE PLANS: To attend U of M to pursue a career in Pharmacy Matt Clevenger BIRTHDATE: December 7, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Tennis FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Shakespeare, Genetics MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Making the Varsity Basketball Team FUTURE PLANS: To go to College George Colston BIRTHDATE: March 10, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces ACTIVITIES: Football, Wrestling HOBBIES: Skating FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FUTURE PLANS: To be some body 50 Carmen Clemons BIRTHDATE: December 19, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Sewing, talking, bike riding : V FAVORITE COLOR: Brown: ' FAVORITE CLASS: Psychology 7 MOST ,MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: New Orleans. FUTURE PLANS:'To become a Police Women or go to College . Treba Colbert - ' . ' "Penny" ' BIRTHDATE: September 4, 1960 ACTIVITIES: Track HOBBIES: Dancing, bike riding FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Typing FAVORITEVPLACE: Cedar Point FUTURE PLANS: To be a Social Worker Tony T Conyers BIRTHDATE: February 14, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius HOBBIES: Bowling, ping pong, chess FAVORITE COLOR: Black FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Accounting Loretta Cureton "Ret" BIRTHDATE: February 4, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: Choir HOBBIES: Sewing, dancing, singing, drawing FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASSES: Sewing, Human Relations FAVORITE PLACE: The Whiting Auditorium FUTURE PLANS: To study Fashion Design Arneil Cleveland "Holly-Wood" BIRTHDATE: November 6, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio ACTIVITIES: Girls Basketball, Track HOBBIES: Bowling, Horseback riding, bike riding FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow CFAVORITE CLASSES: English, Choir, Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Being made Captain of the Girls Basketball team FUTURE PLANS: To become a Physical Education Teacher Michelle Colen "Mac" BIRTHDATE: March 18, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces HOBBIES: Sewing, dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Nursing. Math, Science MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduating FAVORITE PLACE: The Gold Leaf FUTURE PLANS: To go to Mott for Nursing Inez Curtis "Little Lady" BIRTHDATE: October 23, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra ACTIVITIES: Honor Society, Vice. Pres. Personal Junior Achievement HOBBIES: Dancing, sewing, reading, going out FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Accounting and Computing, Family Living MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: The Junior Couple Dance of 1977 FAVORITE PLACE: Houston, Texas FUTURE PLANS: To go to Baker's College to be a Secretary AWARD: Achieve Award Maria A. Daniels "Riva" BIRTHDATE: September 1, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo ACTIVITIES: Asst. Music Director HOBBIES: Singing, Listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Sociology, Chemistry MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: September 1, 1967 FAVORITE PLACE: Baltimore Maryland FUTURE PLANS: to become a Neonatologist - Stephon Dozier "Pee-Wee" BIRTHDATE: December 10, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius ACTIVITIES: Track, Mgr. Basketball HOBBIES: Skating, bike riding FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Gym, Math, Intensive Marketing FAVORITE PLACE: Rollette Skating Arena 'FUTURE PLANS: To attend Eastern Michigan University Michele Ellis "Shell" BIRTHDATE: September 7, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo ACTIVITIES: Softball HOBBIES: Partying. bowling, skating, listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Red MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I got my coat stolen FAVORITE PLACE: McDonald's FUTURE PLANS: To become a Nurse l Willie E Dotson BIRTHDATE: June 14, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini ACTIVITIES: Football HOBBIES: Cars, Bowling FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Occ. Electronics MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I got my car FAVORITE PLACE: Room 109 FUTURE PLANS: to go to College Jerome Day "Ka-Nu-Ni" BIRTHDATE: June 16, 1960 HOBBIES: Drawing, advertising FAVORITE COLOR: Brown ' FAVORITE CLASS: Data V Processing ' I MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Lossing 30 pounds FUTURE PLANS: To go into Dam Processing Sheila Dunn BIRTHDATE: July 6, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer HOBBIES: Eating, going places FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Gym ': MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Getting slapped for the first time FAVORITE PLACE: Church FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Odessa Elliott BIRTHDATE: February 17, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: Track HOBBIES: Baseball, basketball, cooking FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math. English , FUTURE PLANS: To become a Medical Secretary ' V Fay Dent "Febee" BIRTHDATE: June 13, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini g HOBBIES: Sewing, Knitting, typing, cooking FAVORITE COLOR: Blue . FAVORITE CLASSES: Health Occupation, Art of Motion Pictures FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To be a Nurse Sherry Eason V BIRTHDATE: January 31, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius X I ' , ' HOBBIES: Swimming, skating ,'A' , ' bowling ' I f FAVORITE COLOR: Blue I V FAVORITE CLASS: Psychology 1 I FAVORITE PLACE: Milwaukee, Wis. ' FUTURE PLANS: To go to Ferris' State College 7 Vivian Elliott V "Sister" ' A BIRTHDATE: December 18, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Sewing, swimming. 'A track, volleyball , , FAVORITE COLOR: Bluei, A ' FAVORITE CLASSES: Gym ,-" ' English , ' FAVORITE PLACE: I-lomef , y FUT,U,REfPLANS: Gettirigx gfjgobflx ,,, 5 nf. y .- . .-,,.,.g4,,,e. ,,.,,,,x,,. .. ,, , l I' Mfwz' V figs"-'5 'iii "W LV 'Via l' " - ' il'.'-'?g1'tl:1if:s,:E1,1'Wfe'i ,-SM: ,-f,z.:'f.e:g-,:,' :J vm " ' ' V kv"f-GSH :1,"' .cb4"fT'2' 'fl ', fl. . L' f -V A A Mg, 1, ,, J.f.,,,:,,5-l-,1f.,,..e3,nf1:?' .. .:3., . . . . 'ff 'ffl5b'4'f"7'r11"?r'i'95?55':.' -1 1n"EI':.Jifj:j A , 1 1 , , ,,,- I , ,lm , ,..,,-,,5.g,gg Hg,-' --Q . :N s. - -I 5 -1 1, qN5,fx'f,a'wQ25i1s:f' 1fg " ?,f. f .-J:-?1 ww, ff., f,w.,w.-,f.- Ji v 5 - A Lb ,,,,.,--I-wgiri 7 I.g,,gwl?g,s,,::1,,,iig,v5,c.f,i,.'3,egg-,:, F 1 1 0 e 1 1: 1 1 1 a n 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 . Q i . 1 1 , , 1 o 1 1 1 . 1 1.: 1 1 . 1 1 . l I 1 1 1 - a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U77 1 1 1 1 ' U 1, 1 1 , o 1 1 i 1 1 1 O 1 l 0 1 1 1 1 1 o 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 , Q 1 1 1 A Cassandra Grant "Sandra" BIRTHDATE: April 22, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Sewing, reading. watching T.V. FAVORITE COLOR: Gray FAVORITE CLASS: Stenography MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To get a job William Green "Bill" BIRTHDATE: April 13, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Repairing engines. football FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: English. Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Receiving my Varsity letter FAVORITE PLACE: California FUTURE PLANS: Going to the service Delenzo Hairston "Len" BIRTHDATE: February 1, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Staff HOBBIES: Painting FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASSES: Human Relations, English FAVORITE PLACE: Los Angeles, California FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to be a Lawyer Angela L Green "Angie" BIRTHDATE: April 20. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Tennis, dancing, listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE English, Social Studies FAVORITE PLACE: Owensboro, Ky. FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Theresa Gough BIRTHDATE: July 23, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo HOBBIES: Going places FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Dental Lab, Office Practice Donald E. Grant BIRTHDATE: July 23, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo HOBBIES: Music, playing cards, horseback riding FAVORITE COLOR: Black FAVORITE CLASS: English FUTURE PLANS: To live a good life Pamela Hairston BIRTHDATE: May 24. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow FAVORITE CLASS: Typing FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Craig M Gray BIRTHDATE: May 16. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Cars. racing boats FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Occ. Electronics MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT When I got my car FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To be an Electrician Brad Hairston "Blue" BIRTHDATE: August 7, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo ACTIVITIES: Football, Track HOBBIES: Reading, singing, bowling Ping P0118 FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Marketing, Human Relations MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FUTURE PLANS: To be successful in life Charmin Hart "Neice" BIRTHDATE: Februrary 14, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius HOBBIES: Dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Blue MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I became a Senior FAVORITE PLACE: Bonnie dz Clyde Disco FUTURE PLANS: To be a Physical Therapist L 1 vm Lila Hawthorne BIRTHDATE: March 11, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces ACTIVITIES: Pom-Pom Squad, Choir HOBBIES: Bike riding, dancing, listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Black FAVORITE CLASSES: Psychology, Accounting FAVORITE PLACE: Disneyland FUTURE PLANS: To become a Legal Secretary Yvonne Hill "Mama" BIRTHDATE: September 27, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra HOBBIES: Dancing, sewing, singing FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Typing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: 2 flat tires on the expressway FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to be a Executive Secretary Pamela Holland ' "Pammy" ' BIRTHDATE: January 22, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: Editor of the Paw Prints HOBBIES: Ceramics FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Journalism-Paper MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Park FUTURE PLANS: To work with the handicapped children : 54 Ella Hendrix "Wizzy" BIRTHDATE: February 20, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces ACTIVITIES: Co-op, Paw Prints HOBBIES: Sewing, dancing, talking on telephone, bowling FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Accounting Sz Computing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: 2322 Santa Barbara fHomej FUTURE PLANS: To be a Certified Public Accountant Kathy D Hodge "Kitten" BIRTHDATE: November 25, 1958 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Knitting, sewing, dancing, bowling, skating, cooking FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: 'Family Living. PSE MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: August 29, 1975 fGetting married! FAVORITE PLACE: The Fox Theatre in Detroit FUTURE PLANS: To Work Kiela M Herron "Slim" BIRTHDATE: March 1, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces ACTIVITIES: Co-op at A C Spark Plug HOBBIES: Dancing, traveling FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Math FAVORITE PLACE: California I Velvan Hussey "Kay" BIRTHDATE: August 6, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo Ramona Hughes ACTIVITIES: Student Government "Abbie" BIRTHDATE: March 23, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Dancing, skating FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow FAVORITE CLASSES: English. 43 Elaine Hoey "Elana" BIRTHDATE: August 23, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo HOBBIES: Skating, bowling, tennis, bike riding FAVORITE COLOR: Brown MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FUTURE PLANS: To go to the Air Force HOBBIES: Watching TV, eating, Science swimming, tennis FUTURE PLANS: To go to Wayne FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue State to become a Physical Therapist FAVORITE CLASS: English FAVORITE PLACE: Ali Babas FUTURE PLANS: To go to College n Willie L Hymon "Be-ver" BIRTHDATE: April 2, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Music, cooking FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Art, English MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: The first time I walked in N.W. FAVORITE PLACE: North Carolina. l Darolyn Jackson BIRTHDATE: December 25, 1958 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society HOBBIES: Drawing, weight lifting FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math, History. Science MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: A visit to M.S.U. FAVORITE PLACE: Chicago, Ill. FUTURE PLANS: To go in the field of engineering Brenda Johnson "Rena" BIRTHDATE: July 23, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo HOBBIES: Dancing. skating, basketball, swimming FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Science, Math FAVORITE PLACE: My bedroom FUTURE PLANS: To be a Nurse Edda Johnson MJD.. BIRTHDATE: November 7, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio ACTIVITIES: Vica Club, Negro Business do Professional Women's Club HOBBIES: Sewing, dancing, reading, playing the flute FAVORITE COLOR: Baby' blue FAVORITE CLASS: Cosmotology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I had my first date FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to be a Fashion Designer Abby L Johnson BIRTHDATE: September 27, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra HOBBIES: Walking my dog FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Skill Center, Accounting FUTURE PLANS: General Business Jacquelyn J Jackson "Pam" BIRTHDATE: December 14, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Sewing. drawing, tennis, volleyball, basketball FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow FAVORITE CLASSES: Art, English FUTURE PLANS: To go to College and become a personnel Administrator Roxann Jenkins "Rock" BIRTHDATE: October 10, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra ACTIVITIES: Pres. of the Business and Professional Women's Club, Honor Society FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASS: Human Relations MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: August 4, 1977 FAVORITE PLACE: Toronto, Canada FUTURE PLANS: To become a Clinical Psychologist Caryl Johnson "Cookie" BIRTHDATE: November 4. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio HOBBIES: Reading, writing, watching TV FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Science MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Nursing Capping Ceremony at the Skill Center FAVORITE PLACE: King's Island FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to be a Nurse Eric J Johnson UE JH BIRTHDATE: January 14, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn ACTIVITIES: Football HOBBIES: Football. basketball, weightlifting, music FAVORITE COLOR: Rust MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My sophomore year FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Delores Johnson "Lois" BIRTHDATE: March 10. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces HOBBIES: Sewing, meeting people FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Stenography. Intensive Office Practice MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Christmas Eve in 1977 FAVORITE PLACE: Las Vegas FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to be an Legal Secretary Sandra D Johnson "Dee" BIRTHDATE: March 28, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Singing is FAVORITE COLOR: Black FAVORITE CLASS: Typing FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to be a Registered Nurse a 155 e 'P Q o , n . Q Bridget A Lane BIRTHDATE: November 8, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society J A HOBBIES: Singing, dancing, going out FAVORITE COLOR: White FAVORITE CLASSES: Human Relations, Tech. of Writing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: December 23, 1977 FAVORITE PLACE: California FUTURE PLANS: To go to College be a Fashion Buyer Bonita Laster "Bombeda" BIRTHDATE: January 11, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn HOBBIES: Skating, dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Black FAVORITE CLASSES: Cooking. Family Living MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Having my baby FUTURE PLANS: Getting Married Lionel Lee BIRTHDATE: March 23, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Dancing, basketball, playing my saxophone FAVORITE COLOR: Burgundy FAVORITE CLASS: Human Relations MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My senior year FAVORITE PLACE: Home Brian Larkin BIRTHDATE: November 20, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Co-op FAVORITE COLOR: Black FAVORITE CLASS: Math FAVORITE PLACE: Phoenix, Arizona FUTURE PLANS: To go into Skill Trades David Latchison BIRTHDATE: January 1, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn HOBBIES: Basketball, drawing FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASS: Art MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Marcia Lanehart V "Macie" BIRTHDATE: November 19, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio ACTIVITIES: Marching Band. National Honor Society HOBBIES: Softball FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Service MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Entering Northwestern in September 1975 FUTURE PLANS: To become a Medical Doctor Tewanta Legardye BIRTHDATE: January 1, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn ACTIVITIES: Tennis HOBBIES: Drawing, yoga, playing guitar FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Math FAVORITE PLACE: Country FUTURE PLANS: Bachelor Degree in Drama Robert Langston "Bobby" BIRTHDATE: October 31, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio HOBBIES: Basketball, baseball FAVORITE CLASS: Physiology FAVORITE PLACE: The Y M C A FUTURE PLANS: To work in the shop if Raynard Lawler BIRTHDATE: April 27, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Music, singing, baseball, basketball, partying FAVORITE COLOR: Brown FAVORITE CLASSES: Sociology, Accounting MOST MEMORABLE: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: School FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Walter Legardye BIRTHDATE: March 2, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces HOBBIES: Sports FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASS: Sociology FUTURE PLANS: To go to College l 1 57 Patricia Leonard npatn BIRTHDATE: February 7, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: Basketball HOBBIES: Basketball, volleyball, skating, bowling FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASSES: Accounting, Office Practice, Marketing Business Administration FAVORITE PLACE: Tri-City Van Club FUTURE PLANS: Going to Baker's College Sheilah G Logan, BIRTHDATE: January 3. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn ACTIVITIES: Honor Society, Flint Ballet Theatre, Varsity Cheerleader, Enrichment Club, Carol Dance Studio, Girls Tennis Q3 yrs.j HOBBIES: Sewing, bike riding, swimming, shopping, tennis FAVORITE COLOR: Light green FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Social Studies MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FUTURE PLANS: Attend College for Kevin Lieblong BIRTHDATE: December 16, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Photography, art FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Skill Center, English MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Beach FUTURE PLANS: To go to College 158 William Lewis "Dee Dee" BIRTHDATE: February 18, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: Football, Weightlifting HOBBIES: Model cars, attending parties FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: Chemistry, Techniques of writing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My birthday party FAVORITE PLACE: Ralph's house FUTURE PLANS: To play Pro ' Vera D Lowery "Sneaky" BIRTHDATE: July 31, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo ACTIVITIES: Softball, Choir HOBBIES: Singing, dancing, watching movies FAVORITE COLOR: Gray FAVORITE CLASSES: Reading Lab 2, Tech. of writing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Co-Captain of softball team FAVORITE PLACE: Top of the flame FUTURE PLANS: Enlist in the Army "Gerri" 3 BIRTHDATE: July 9, 1960 ' ACTIVITIES: Co-op student, Yearbook staff W HOBBIES: Sewing, painting, building 5 things 1 FAVORITE COLOR: Black : FAVORITE CLASS: Trig , MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My sister's wedding A FAVORITE PLACE: My bedroom FUTURE PLANS: TRAVELING Liggins Joyce M Lyons "Tiger" Geraldine 1 BIRTHDATE: June 29, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer ACTIVITIES: Basketball HOBBIES: Skating, singing, bowling FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Choir, English MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT Graduation , FAVORITE PLACE: Mississippi FUTURE PLANS: To attend Jackson State College Belle Luckado BIRTHDATE: October 25, 1960 Maria Long ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio "Ann" ACTIVITIES: Softball BIRTHDATE: August 12, 1960 FAVORITE COLOR: Blue ZODIAC SIGN: Leo FAVORITE CLASS: Exploring HOBBIES: Skating Childhood FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FUTURE PLANS: To work with FAVORITE CLASS: Music special children MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: The prom of 1977 FUTURE PLANS: To go to the Navy Fenton Marriner BIRTHDATE: May 12, 1960 l .ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus ACTIVITIES: Marching Band A FAVORITE COLOR: Green 3 FAVORITE CLASSES: Chemistry, Physics, Math, Band MOST MEMORABLE: Being a Senior FAVORITE PLACE: Virginia Coast FUTURE PLANS: Attending Ohio Tech. in Columbus, Ohio Jimmy Marriott "Jim" BIRTHDATE: August 14, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo HOBBIES: Football, swimming FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Math FAVORITE PLACE: Out in the country FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Mattie Maynie "Dee Dee" BIRTHDATE: August 31, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo HOBBIES: Dancing, bike riding, listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Accounting, Typing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Being with my Grandfather for the last time FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to become an Accountant Sheila D McCombs BIRTHDATE: March 16, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces HOBBIES: Swimming, skating FAVORITE COLOR: Wine FAVORITE CLASS: Data Processing FAVORITE PLACE: McDonald's FUTURE PLANS: Getting Married Charles Matthews BIRTHDATE: March 27, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Basketball, track FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: Math, Data Processing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Playing basketball FAVORITE PLACE: California FUTURE PLANS: To become a Computer, Programmer W I Terry Matson BIRTHDATE: December 4, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Plants, flower arranging FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Social Studies, Science MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Changing schools FAVORITE PLACE: Parks Annette Matthews BIRTHDATE: September 14, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo HOBBIES: Bowling FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math, English FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Valerie Maze "Peaches" BIRTHDATE: February 19, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces HOBBIES: Listening to music, dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Psychology, Human Relations MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: April 23, 1976 FAVORITE PLACE: Los Angeles, California FUTURE PLANS: To become an Executive Secretary Gloria McCaskill BIRTHDATE: April 27, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus ACTIVITIES: Track HOBBIES: Collecting stamps and coins, typing, dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Light blue FAVORITE CLASS: Office Practice MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: At Mackinac Park FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to become a Legal Secretary Shelia McAlister BIRTHDATE: September 5, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Dental Lab, Typing FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Paul E McDonald "Big Mac" BIRTHDATE: December 11, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Listening to music, going to movies, fishing FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASSES: Human Relations, Psychology, Economics MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FUTURE PLANS: To go to College 159 Marv McGill BIRTHDATE: July 1, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer ACTIVITIES: Basketball HOBBIES: Art, bike riding FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: Art, Techniques of Writing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Scoring 33 points in one basketball game FAVORITE PLACE: Arkansas FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to major in Art Jeff McSwain "Mack" BIRTHDATE: May 30, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini HOBBIES: Sports, partying FAVORITE COLOR: White FAVORITE CLASSES: Physics Business Law MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FUTURE PLANS: To become an Electronic Engineer Regina Mitchner BIRTHDATE: May 5, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Traveling, shopping FAVORITE COLOR: Brown MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My sophomore year FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Psychology FAVORITE PLACE: School FUTURE PLANS: To attend Wayne State College 160 w Audrey McLaurin BIRTHDATE: July 9. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer ACTIVITIES: Fashionetta, NYC HOBBIES: Sewing, cooking FAVORITE COLOR: Light blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math, Choir MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Going to the Prom of 1977 FUTURE PLANS: To become an Accountant Cathy Modders "Cath" BIRTHDATE: December 4, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Collecting frogs, taking pictures. collecting rocks FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Office Practice, Economics FAVORITE PLACE: Ohio FUTURE PLANS: Getting married Harrell Milhouse "Out house" BIRTHDATE: July 30, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo ACTIVITIES: Wrestling QTri-Captj HOBBIES: Sports, traveling FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Robert Montgomery BIRTHDATE: May 12, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus ACTIVITIES: Wrestling HOBBIES: Wrestling FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Social Studies Sarah McNabb BIRTHDATE: April 30, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Sewing, listening to music, traveling FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Office Practice, Techniques of Writing FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to become a Business Manager . 1 Phillip Miller "Bull" BIRTHDATE: November 23, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio ACTIVITIES: Football, basketball. track FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Typing. Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I was told I would receive the Optimist Award FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Yvonne Morris "Vonnie" BIRTHDATE: August 22. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo HOBBIES: Bike riding. listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow FAVORITE CLASS: Medical Assistant MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Summer of 1976 FAVORITE PLACE: Oklahoma FUTURE PLANS: To become a Registered Nurse Lyndava Morrison "Windy" BIRTHDATE: May 24, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society. Yearbook HOBBIES: Skating. bowling. dancing. photography FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Psychology. Yearbook MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I found out I would be in the National Honor Society FUTURE PLANS: To attend Michigan State to become a Social Worker Brenda L Muex "Big cheeks" BIRTHDATE: March 6, 1960 ACTIVITIES: Yearbook staff HOBBIES: Meeting new people, shooping FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Graphic arts, Gym, Psychology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Meeting Clyde, Kim, Gerri, Vickie FAVORITE PLACE: My bedroom FUTURE PLANS: To go on Skill Trades Tracy Nash BIRTHDATE: December 23. 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn HOBBIES: Music. dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Rust FAVORITE CLASSES: Math. Psychology FUTURE PLANS: To go to College ' Theoplis Motley "Buddy" BIRTHDATE: April 6. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Repairing bikes. cars. bowling, football, basketball FAVORITE COLOR: Rust FAVORITE CLASS: architectural drawing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I got my driver's license FAVORITE PLACE: Clanton, Alabama BIRTHDATE: February 17. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: Honor Society, Enrichment Program. Co-op student at Chevrolet Manufacturing FAVORITE COLOR: Black FAVORITE CLASSES: Office Practice, Stenography MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Orlando. Florida FUTURE-PLANS: Attend Michigan e 0 Patricia Mosley "Pat" BIRTHDATE: July 15. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer HOBBIES: Sewing. dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Typing FUTURE PLANS: To go to College 1 : To be an Engineer St-ta e to pursue a career-in Business Loretta Mullins "Twin" BIRTHDATE: March 22, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries ACTIVITIES: Track HOBBIES: Drawing, track 8: field FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Art, Billy Murphy BIRTHDATE: March 27, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Playing musical instruments, swimming, football FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Music, Art, Rayetta Mullins "Twin" BIRTHDATE: March 22, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Crocheting, knitting, collecting hair style pictures FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Cosmetology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Arkansas FUTURE PLANS: To be a Beautician English, Gym Gym MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: At Being on the honor roll school FAVORITE PLACE: Home FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To go to College FUTURE PLANS: To go into Business Robert G Nelson "Fly" BIRTHDATE: June 22. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer HOBBIES: Football. basketball. swimming FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASSES:'Math. Science MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To become a welder. 161 ' Karen Newton BIRTHDATE: December 18, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius I-IOBBIES: 'Going to basketball games, dancing, listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue - FAVORITE CLASSES: Psychology. English - .- FUTURE PLANS: To attend A ' College to become a, Nurse ' ' , - , g 6- ' Annie Odom . , -- ' I V -'Little Bit" Q g BIRTHDATE: March 26,1960 - ZODIAC SIGN: Aries ' A f ACTIVITIES: Wrestlerette I HOBBIES: Skating, sewing, dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: Art, Gym. Music MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When my'mother told me I wouldn't grow' I 1 I , , ' . ' 'FUTURE PLANS: Togrow-to'be 6 ufeet N' -r Darryl X Patterson - "I-Iamp" , BIRTHDATE: October 6, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra HOBBIES: Bowling, basketball, cooking FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Science. Human Relations FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To go to College 62 - ' V Anthony 1 Nichols , - "Nic "', , BIRTHDATE: June 12, 1960 1' , ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini, h , ' I, HOBBIES: Basketball, football, COLOR ' Phyllis Patton' ,' 1 E .. -'Phll" I ' BIRTHDATE: June 3, 1960 V ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini ACTIVITIES: Vocational Club 'I-IOBBIES: ,Doing 'beautician work, . going to movies 'V f . FAVORITE COLOR: Blue ' FAVORITE CLASSES: Eculuuniic and Consumers, Cosmetology FAVORITE PLACE: California 4 FUTURE PLANS: To become a Beautician Teacher V .To 'major :ini .gl V BIRTHDATE: February 6, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: Student Government, Honor Society, Enrichment Program, Member of the ' , ' 'ti igradua on requirement Committee MOMENT:' . ofthe NW ' Student 'FAVORITE babas I -,FUTURE U of- HM F1viht,,,' . V g 5- . A ' ' Ethel E Perkins A' ,: 5 V- x I- f'Neice",V. W ' BIRTHDATE: April 21.1960 Q ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus T ACTIVITIES: choir E ' I V T HOBBIES: Singing, traveling, sewing, K baking FAVORITE COLOR: Mint green FAVORITE CLASSES: Choir, Medical 'Assistant Training ' ' MOST MEMORABLE QMOMENTZ Graduation Y' FAVORITE PLACE: Universal Studios P FUTURE PLANS: To become a Medical Assistant K Myrisha O'Dell "Resa" BIRTHDATE: January 30, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: Co-op at Kentucky Fried Chicken HOBBIES: Reading, going to movies, skating FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASS: Intensive Office MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Detroit FUTURE PLANS: To become a Medical Receptionist V Theresa V Patrick "Resa" BIRTHDATE: May 18, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society HOBBIES: Swimming, going places talking on the phone FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Medical Lab, Physiology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: At the Top of the Flame FAVORITE PLACE: Florida FUTURE PLANS: Getting married , O Sheba L'Pettway "Evil Eyes" BIRTHDATE: March 25, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society HOBBIES: Skating, writing, fishing FAVORITE COLOR: Rose FAVORITE CLASS: Nurse Aide MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Joining the Honor Society FAVORITE PLACE: Canada FUTURE PLANS: To become a Physical Therapist Tonyan L Poole "Tina" BIRTHDATE: November 14, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio ACTIVITIES: Junior Achievement HOBBIES: Bowling, sewing, baseball FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Accounting and Computing, Techniques of Writing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: The summer of 1977 FAVORITE PLACE: Florida FUTURE PLANS: To become an Accountant N Rita M Purches "Re-Re" BIRTHDATE: May 29, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini ACTIVITIES: Pom-Pom Squad HOBBIES: Dancing, gymnastics. track, attending concerts FAVORITE COLOR: Ruby Red FAVORITE CLASSES: Physics, Art and Crafts MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Being chosen the best cheerleader in the 9th grade at Bryant Jr. High FAVORITE PLACE: Church FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Brian Richards "Skeet" BIRTHDATE: December 12. 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius ACTIVITIES: Basketball HOBBIES: Chess, reading FAVORITE COLOR: Plaid FAVORITE CLASS: Pottery MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I was born FAVORITE PLACE: Delivery rooms and grave yard: I like to see who's coming and going FUTURE PLANS: To become a 1 Mary Privett BIRTHDATE: May 14, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Bike riding, walking, roller skating FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Pottery, Art of Motion Pictures MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My sophomore year FAVORITE PLACE: Parks FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Timothy Pringle BIRTHDATE: September 27, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra HOBBIES: Drawing. roller skating, dancing, fishing FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Computer Math, Accounting and Computing FAVORITE PLACE: My brother's house , FUTURE PLANS: To attend U of M Flint to become an Accountant Kerry Powell BIRTHDATE: March 11, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces HOBBIES: Drawing, football, baseball FAVORITE CLASSES: Art, Accounting, Typing FUTURE PLANS: To become an Accountant Carl Ray BIRTHDATE: December 4, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Football FAVORITE COLOR: Green Pamela Rhodes BIRTHDATE: September 7, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo FAVORITE CLASSES: Chemistry, ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society Advance Marketing HOBBIES: Roller Skating ' MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: FAVORITE COLOR: Baby Blue February 18. 1978 FAVORITE PLACE: Home FAVORITE CLASS: Emergency Medical Technician FUTURE PLANS: To attend WMU MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My 17th birthday FUTURE PLANS: To become a Nurse Vernadette Ray "Sweet Dette" BIRTHDATE: January 12, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn HOBBIES: Dancing, typing, listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASS: Medical Assistant MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation ' FAVORITE PLACE: 'Las Vegas Kim Richards "Peaches" BIRTHDATE: November 28. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius ACTIVITIES: Pom'Pom Squad. track. Miss Fashionette Contestant HOBBIES: Knitting, bike riding FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: Advance Comp.. Black America, Physics MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Cedar Point FUTURE PLANS: To attend U of M . I , Writer 1 ' ' Flint 163 Travisteen Robertson t'Pumpkin" BIRTHDATE: April 24, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Modeling, dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Science MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Blue Frog in Ann Arbor FUTURE PLANS: To be a Model 1 Susan Robinson "Sue" BIRTHDATE: May 12, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Sewing, dancing. skating, volleyball v FAVORITE COLOR: Navy blue FAVORITE CLASS: Economics FAVORITE PLACE: Miami, Florida FUTURE PLANS: To be a Business Administrator A Benita Ross "Nita" BIRTHDATE: April 20, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus HOBBIES: Dancing, eating, cooking, listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSE S: English, Data Processing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Being stranded at a party FAVORITE PLACE: Kansas City, Mo. FUTURE PLANS: To go to a Business College 64 Priscilla Robinson "Lilla" BIRTHDATE: February 15, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society HOBBIES: Bowling, baseball, volleyball FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASS: Buisness Classes FUTURE PLANS: To major in Business LaSanja Rodgers "Sonya" BIRTHDATE: August 13, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo HOBBIES: Reading FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Intensive Office, Black America FAVORITE PLACE: Cedar Point FUTURE PLANS: To become a Legal Secretary o Craig Ross "Lenere" BIRTHDATE: August 22, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo ACTIVITIES: Wrestling Tri-Capt, HOBBIES: Basketball FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASS: Auto Fundamentals FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To marry Norma Ross BIRTHDATE: October 4, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra ACTIVITIES: Senior Senator HOBBIES: Cooking, dancing, sewing FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Word Power FAVORITE PLACE: The class room FUTURE PLANS: To go into Business Administration U Rena Robinson ..Na.., BIRTHDATE: October 5. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra - ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society HOBBIES: Volleyball FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Business Classes FUTURE PLANS: To go into Business Administration Belinda Rolle BIRTHDATE: January 4, 1960 ' ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn HOBBIES: Traveling, singing. shopping, sewing, skating FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Math, Medical Secretary FAVORITE PLACE: Hawaii FUTURE PLANS: To go to U of M Flint to become a Medical Secretary o Larry Royster "Rooster" BIRTHDATE: May 17, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus - ACTIVITIES: Football FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Business Law MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Beating Southwestern in football my sophomore year FUTURE PLANS: To go to College James Rubel BIRTHDATE: January 27, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius ACTIVITIES: Baseball. Hockey. Chess Team HOBBIES: Listening to music, swimming, camping FAVORITE COLOR: Orange FAVORITE CLASSES: Sociology. Psychology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Beach FUTURE PLANS: To attend College and get a degree in Law Fatima , Shamsid'Deen BIRTHDATE: November 19, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio ACTIVITIES: Enrichment Program, Honor Society HOBBIES: Bike riding, sewing. roller skating, bowling FAVORITE COLOR: Pink FAVORITE CLASSES: Instrumental study, Physiology FAVORITE PLACE: Home Evangeline Shields W l "Dee" BIRTHDATE: January 14, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn HOBBIES: Swimming, singing, dancing, skating ' FAVORITE COLOR: Blue ' FAVORITE CLASSES: Mythology, Accounting MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FUTURE PLANS: To attend College X . Peter Shuart "Pedro" BIRTHDATE: April 4, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Swimming, fishing FAVORITE COLOR: Violet FAVORITE CLASSES: Science, Social Studies FAVORITE PLACE: Science room FUTURE PLANS: To find a.job FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to James Scales BIRTHDATE: September 5. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo ACTIVITIES: Ski Club HOBBIES: Listening to stereo equipment FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASSES: Physics. Math FUTURE PLANS: To get into a Record business Jackie Sims BIRTHDATE: July 11, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer ACTIVITIES: Yearbook staff, Pom-Pom Squad. track I HOBBIES: Skating. swimming, singing FAVORITE COLOR: Pink FAVORITE CLASSES: Office Practice, Gym MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When the Pom-Pom Squad danced at the IMA . FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Linda Singleton, BIRTHDATE: November 29, 1959: ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FUTURE PLANS: To go to College 0 Barbara Schuler "Barbie" BIRTHDATE: June 15. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini HOBBIES: Drawing, painting FAVORITE CLASSES: Art. Social Studies MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My first day as a Senior FAVORITE PLACE: Appalachian Mountains FUTURE PLANS: To become ar Artist Sayvil Shumpert "Mookie" K BIRTHDATE: September 26, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra HOBBIES: Playing tennis, skating. listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Navy blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Human Relations, English, Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: Los Angeles. California FUTURE PLANS: To become a Pharmacist Louis Singleton "Buble Gum" BIRTHDATE: July 11, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer HOBBIES: Hunting, fishing, playing cards, tennis FAVORITE COLOR: Brown FAVORITE CLASSES: Physics, Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: At the dances FUTURE PLANS: To be a Truck Driver 165 Pamela Smith "Pam" BIRTHDATE: March 23, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries HOBBIES: Skating, typing FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Business Classes MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: 12th Grade FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To become an Executive Secretary ' Henry Snowden "Vail" BIRTHDATE: June 5, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini HOBBIES: Fishing, working, basketball, baseball FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Small Animals, Economics MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: The summer of 1977 FAVORITE PLACE: Wallis FUTURE PLANS: To get a job e Venetia Sparks "Necie" BIRTHDATE: December 21, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Co-op AC Spark Plug HOBBIES: Drawing, singing FAVORITE COLOR: Wine FAVORITE CLASS: Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: The Prom of 1977 FUTURE PLANS: To become an Industrial Engineer 16 Sylvia J Smith BIRTHDATE: November 11, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Co-op HOBBIES: Skating, shopping, going to the 'movies , FAVORITE COLOR: Blue MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Making the all A Honor Roll FUTURE PLANS: To become a Medical Assistant 0 Malirria Snowden BIRTHDATE: January 28, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius HOBBIES: Attending Northwestern basketball games FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: English. Psychology FAVORITE PLACE: Florida FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Tammie Spratt BIRTHDATE: July 3, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer Robin Stewart ' "Ducky" BIRTHDATE: June 3, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini ACTIVITIES: Volleyball, softball Kimberly Snoddy "Turtle" BIRTHDATE: November 26, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Skating, bike riding, sewing FAVORITE COLOR: Dark green FAVORITE CLASS: Typing Lamon Snyder BIRTHDATE: May 4, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus ACTIVITIES: Enrichment Program, Honor Society, Marching Band, Track HOBBIES: Tennis, weightlifting, listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Sociology, Advanced Functions MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FAVORITE PLACE: AC Spark Plug FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to pursue a career in Business Administration HOBBIES: Basketball, reading HOBBIES: Reading, playing sports FAVORITE COLOR: Baby Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: English. Heath Occupations MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I went to Florida FAVORITE PLACE: Florida FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to be a Social ,Worker FAVORITE COLOR: Sky blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Nursing, English FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To become a Pediatrician Sherry D Stewart "Dee" BIRTHDATE: August 5. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo ACTIVITIES: Co-editor of yearbook, Vica Club HOBBIES: Sewing, tennis, bike riding FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Physiology, Health Occupations MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Marching in Canada at the age of 9 FAVORITE PLACE: Canada FUTURE PLANS: To become a Teacher of the Lamaze Method of bearing children FW -'T-W' Troy Stinnett BIRTHDATE: September 15, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo HOBBIES: Writing, playing music FAVORITE COLOR: Black FAVORITE CLASSES: Math. Social Studies FAVORITE PLACE: Memphis FUTURE PLANS: To get a career in Music Alesia E Summers "Pookey" BIRTHDATE: May 28, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini ACTIVITIES: Volleyball HOBBIES: Basketball, swimming, volleyball FAVORITE COLOR: Pink FAVORITE CLASS: English FUTURE PLANS: To become a Registered Nurse Theresa Stockton BIRTHDATE: October 18, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra HOBBIES: Partying FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Co-op MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I fell in the parking lot ' FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Bobbie Stuart BIRTHDATE: February 11, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius HOBBIES: Traveling, reading, bike riding FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Psychology. Math FAVORITE PLACE: Canada FUTURE PLANS: To become a Nurse l Patrice Swimms ' "Trice" BIRTHDATE: January 28, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius HOBBIES: Drawing, writing, playing the piano, reading FAVORITE COLOR: Orange FAVORITE CLASSES: English. Social Studies MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I went to Pine Knob FAVORITE PLACE: Pine Knob FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Lawanna Terry "Sylvia" BIRTHDATE: November 30, 1959 HOBBIES: Listening to music, crocheting FAVORITE CLASSES: Music, English MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation Q FUTURE PLANS: To attend College to become a Social Worker Larry D Swoope BIRTHDATE: December 26, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn ACTIVITIES: Football Pamala K Taylor "Cookie" HOBBIES: Dancing, collecting BIRTHDATE: September 4, 1960 albums FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASSES: Data Processing, Physics ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo HOBBIES: Reading. listening to music, going out FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow Brenda Taylor I "Bren"' ' BIRTHDATE: April 15, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries I ' ACTIVITIES: Junior Achievement, Vica " ' I ' ' HOBBIES: Reading, cooking, walking dogs, riding horses FAVORITE COLOR: Brown ' FAVORITE CLASSES: Health Occupations, Sociology, Psychology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Recieving a 4.0 ,FAVORITE PLACE: My bed room FUTURE PLANS: To attend Mott for the Nursing Program- , MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: FAVORITE CLASSES: Math, Social Playing football on MSU game Studies, Science D field FAVORITE PLACE: My living room FAVORITE PLACE: Memphis FUTURE PLANS: To become a FUTURE PLANS: To go to College 'Medical Lab Technologist ' ' for Data Processing James A Thigpen "Jimmy" BIRTHDATE: January 20, ,1960 y ' V ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius: V f - ' HOBBIES: Listening to music, ' ,- traveling, chess ' - I fy FAVORITE COLOR: Red' ' I FAVORITE CLASS: Economics ' Q 3 FAVORITE PLACE: Arizona I N 1 FUTURE PLANS: To become a Master Mechanic ' . 3 x ,. , , ,.,- '.,,: , -.1 , 4 .-1 I .V :'Ar,lz3z-4-mleignilfkttjeife'52fciQgf3f.s,:-Riff'-1135 - .1 A 1 ' . f " , -':f.:.wf,fffH 11-'f-S1-1Q3-'f9f3?3iiff3if?,J'51f-i7ilEU'fflf3'2?5Yr'1 .'f'i2J'i:1""eL',.6'Qf 1 A H .l , ,, ' ' P , 11 .31, :v::::mfai:Mf,.f: Mw- Deborah Thomas "Bubble" BIRTHDATE: May 30, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Gemini HOBBIES: Cooking, sewing, writing poems, volleyball FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASS: Typing MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: January 6, 1978 FAVORITE PLACE: Chicago Telcie Thompson "Tessina" BIRTHDATE: February 19, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces HOBBIES: Going out shopping, talking on the phone FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Psychology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I got my driver's license FAVORITE PLACE: Atlanta, Georgia FUTURE PLANS: To attend WMU and major in Teaching Roderic Tipton "Tip Hound" BIRTHDATE: March 6, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces ACTIVITIES: Football, Basketball, Baseball UHOBBIES: Listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Minorities MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Making all valley junior year in baseball A FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To go to College 68 Larry Thomas BIRTHDATE: January 26, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius HOBBIES: Basketball, baseball, bowling FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Psychology, Geometry MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I first attended Northwestern FUTURE PLANS: To get a job Earl Thompson Jr. BIRTHDATE: February 20, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, AC Co-op Worker HOBBIES: Chess FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Social Studies FAVORITE PLACE: School FUTURE PLANS: To attend General Motors Institute LaVinya' Torns "Vinnie" 5 BIRTHDATE: December 28, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn ACTIVITIES: Co-Capt. Girls Swimming Team HOBBIES: Dancing, talking, skating FAVORITE COLOR: Blue Q FAVORITE CLASS: Science MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation U FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To become a . Nurse Vikki Thompson BIRTHDATE: August 28, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo HOBBIES: Reading. writing, partying, eating, dancing FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Psychology, Sociology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: February 10, 1978 fGraduationj FAVORITE PLACE: Home Beverly Thompson "Bobbie" BIRTHDATE: December 7, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Bike riding, singing. badminton FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASS: Choir MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Winning 3300.06 at the race track Roger W. Tinni ..R0g.. BIRTHDATE: September 23, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Libra ACTIVITIES: Hockey HOBBIES: Sports, Music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: History, Computer Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: ,Taking 11th grade final exams FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To get a job u Lawrence Townsel "Larry" BIRTHDATE: December 11, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Basketball, football, music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: English MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation FUTURE PLANS: To be a Business Administrator 4 . 5 z 1 f X o vo V V i Kendall ' Wansley "Hook" BIRTHDATE: August 27, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo HOBBIES: Basketball, wood work, art FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASSES: Spanish, Math ' MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Being an Uncle A V, i FAVORITE. PLACE: Home V - - FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Jennifer Watkins , "Jen" BIRTHDATE: December 20, 1958 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius HOBBIES: Dancing, singing, swimming, basketball, partying FAVORITE COLOR: Black FAVORITE CLASS: Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Being a Senior FUTURE PLANS: To keep working Shelia R.'Wells - BIRTHDATE: November 80, 1960 zoD1Ac SIGN: Sagittarius VV ' HOBBIES: Singing, skating, dancing i V I FAVORITE COLOR: Blue , -, FAVORITE CLASSES: Human A Relations, Science ' MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: June 5, 1976 ' - FAVORITE PLACE: Los Angeles. California 1 I I FUTURE PLANS: To attend College ' ,, ,, .- i,:a.,.,.i-ln., v . g-if: ' i 1lIf'Vk9'i?T3'f:- ' f-- - l--:fa , ,iqawga-iiiliifill , M Harold Ware I l ' "Pocket Book" BIRTHDATE: November 18.11960 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio ' ' ACTIVITIES: 'Basketball 'V , ' HOBBIES: Travel,1ng,Htennis,An V 'Pasketball if 'Qi f I A ' FTAVO1l1TEQC0UQ 55Riq51 i. ,i,,, 555: FAVORITE' CLASS: Matlifj I, F'UT9REfPLAN5P'170 B0 W Cfilege A , ,, A V V 1. 1 f'Boo-Boo'T , , j ,James Watson V A, BIRTHDATE:' August 12, 1960 A Bobby R. Weston I 1 VV"Cake-Head" J BIRTHDATE: November 711, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Scorpio U i V ACTIVITIES: Football, .Basketballf Weightlifting, H .V l V ' ,A HOBBIES: Bowling, playing pool, swimming- ' , . V V , .FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue 1 I FAVORITE CLASSES: You and the Law, English, Choir A ' MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Hitting the winning spot in a basketball against' Northern A sophomore year .Q A I FAVORITE PLACE: Canada y FUTUREPLANS: Togo to College zoDIAc SIGN: Leo V i 4' HOBBIES: Roller skating, dancing, ,football f I ' FAVORITE COLOR: Brown I Math, W Art ' Mosfr MOMENT: I Prom A ' Lisa Wheatley ,,A' , BIRTHDATE: Maron 10, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces FAVORITE COLOR: Yellow V FAVORITE CLASS: Auto Mechanics MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: ' Getting straight A's on my report card - ' FAVORITE PLACE: Angles Pizzaria FUTURE PIANS: To work Kevin Ware "Ice" BIRTHDATE: July 23, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Leo ACTIVITIES: Basketball FAVORITE CLASS: Math MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Starting on the Varsity Basketball Team FUTURE PLANS: To attend the University of Houston ' V Gina - "Nae Nae" - , BIRTHDATE: February 25, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces HOBBIES: Reading, sewing, bike riding, basketball FAVORITE COLOR: Black FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Social Studies, Homemaking MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: My Senior Year FAVORITE PLACE: Florida FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Emma M. Wheeler "Re-Re" BIRTHDATE: February 27, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces HOBBIES: Basketball, volleyball, cooking FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math, English Gym FAVORITE PLACE: South Carolina FUTURE PLANS: To become a writer Carman Williams Donella M. White "Nella" BIRTHDATE: November 30, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Sagittarius ACTIVITIES:JA, Co-op HOBBIES: Bowling FAVORITE COLOR: Baby blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Typing. Chemistry MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: December 17, 1976 FAVORITE PLACE: Dayton, Ohio FUTURE PLANS: To become a X-Ray Technician Andy Williams "A.J." BIRTHDATE: December 29, 1959 ZODIAC SIGN: Capricorn ' ACTIVITIES: Baseball HOBBIES: Fishing, bike riding, listening to music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Chemistry. Human Relations BIRTHDATE: September 12, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo ACTIVITIES: Volleyball, Wildcat Corner Writer, Co-op AC HOBBIES: Reading, watching TV, going to Athletic events FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Drafting, Computer Math - MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: When I was awarded the Daughter of the American Revolution Award FAVORITE PLACE: Home FUTURE PLANS: To pursue ag career in Industrial Stephanie White BIRTHDATE: March 18, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces HOBBIES: Volleyball, badminton, skating FAVORITE CLASSES: Math. Accounting FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to be a R N Wendell White "White Boy" BIRTI-IDATE: April 3, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aries ACTIVITIES: Wrestling fTri-Capt., HOBBIES: Bowling, wrestling, basketball, football FAVORITE COLOR: Brown FAVORITE CLASSES: English, Art MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Walking down NW halls FAVORITE PLACE: My bedroom FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to major in Art Eric Williams BIRTHDATE: July 2, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer HOBBIES: Playing bass, racing, wrestling, basketball ' FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS:Social Studies MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Playing for Rev. James Cleveland FUTURE PLANS: To go to College PIICE: Dark Corners" Aiministration W Margie Williams BIRTHDATE: March 17, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces ACTIVITIES: Tennis, National Honor Society , HOBBIES: Tennis FAVORITE COLOR: Green FAVORITE CLASSES: Chemistry. Psychology MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Getting accepted in College FUTURE PLANS: To go to College Mark A Williams BIRTHDATE: July 14, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer HOBBIES: Football - FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Data Processing, Social Studies ' FAVORITE PLACE: Music room FUTURE PLANS: To go to College BIRTHDATE: April 22, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Taurus ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Track, Honor Society, Enrichment Club HOBBIES: Sewing - FAVORITE COLOR : Blue FAVORITE CLASSES: Math, Sewing, Typing FUTURE PLANS: To go to College to major in Business Administration 1 Sherry Williams "Twinkie" BIRTHDATE: March 5, 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Pisces ACTIVITIES: Choir HOBBIES: Sewing. singing, bike riding, traveling FAVORITE COLOR: Red FAVORITE CLASSES: English. Psychology . I MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Graduation I , FAVORITE PLACE: California FUTURE PLANS: To become a Child Psychologist ' I. f ...L 9 4 ',' ' " ' " 171, w 1 r A ' in V, M ,, n 1 1 1 Q 0 e Augustine Zamarripa BIRTHDATE: February 8. 1960 ZODIAC SIGN: Aquarius HOBBIES: Reading, sports, music FAVORITE COLOR: Blue FAVORITE CLASS: Machine Shop MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT: Becoming a Senior FAVORITE PLACE: Any place that is relaxing FUTURE PLANS: To become a Machinist Brezzell Albert Carr Allen Channey Donnie Channey Peter Clemons Yolanda Clemons Richard ki JWI I VV Av y 5 ,i,. V V 4 , I ,iffy if , mi. 5 A f ,J I 'E' ' ' . , ' -K ' v . ws-' ,, ,, I V , l ,J l t W as Alexander Deborah Arkwright Gail Carter Bryant Clement Lane 6 .Ev as n '- Chandler Angela Clements Reginald in . ,f ai at i ft, n M... Dunn Sandra Echols Janice Gamble John Gathman Stephen Gonzales Anthony Green Carolyn Hall Willie Hamilition Vaughn Hampton Paula A Handy Ava - - Harris DeShawn Harris Willa Haskell Rex Heterington Pam Hill Jequinn Hill Karen Holbrook Marcus Hollinman James Houston Jessie Howard Alfred Senior Year Is A Year of Memories l 1 Hughes Broggie Hughley Carol Humphrey James Hunter Warren Jackson Jacquelyn Jackson Thelonius James Helen Johnson Caryl Johnson Gregory Jones Claude Seniors Know Value Of Education M ? .-Y' ii!!! Keaton Vickey Kemp Anthony Leverette Lennie Lott Sandra Lynch Pam Martin Dennis Massey Calvin McCloskey William McDaniel Terence McMullian Greg 175 1 w w W 1 1 n n r 1 w w Q 5 I W Vasquez Ralph Warner Corliss Washington Angela Webb Tammy Weston Kenneth Williams Lenitta Wright Stanley Yearby Carolyn 'f"'! Mr, Garrett and seniors at luncheon, if Young Chris York Anna nm K, H3 li Seniors At National Honor Society Meeting . l 4 'U Aardal, Debbie 34 Archer, Jay 34 Bell, Clyde 34 yler, Hilda 35 rter, Miles 35 ' , Deborah 35 ck, Brenda 36 X k lins, Michael 36 Qu-ffowaert Donald 36 Cox. e 37 Dona , illie 37 Fisher, Mildred 37 Garrett, Gaviglio Beene Bryant 149 Bush, Lisa 149 5 52 178 Index: Facf S Goering, Sue 38 Grindstaff, Betty 3B Hodges, Randall 38 Jackson, Pierce 38 James, Mildred 39 155 1 57 Lewanta 58 158 era 15B 158 158 Belle 158 Marriner Fenton 1 160 Audrey Jeff 160 5Na.ssif, George 40 3 I Swollen, Richard OPIIB 155 5 156 157 ynsrd 15 158 5 Paul 159 Harrell 160 Odgers. Patricia Peacock, Jolen 41 Reed, Richard 41, Sclielilf. 1 ' 1 Robert 42 Btewirt, Marsha 42 Stublga, Kathryn 42 .f Linda 42 'rm-di, Roosevelt 43 ag -jMv+gUrs1ii, Ruth 43 ., 8 Van Buren, Earn st 42 Ross, Scales Schuler maid Shields, Shuart, Shumpert Sims, Jac Singleton Singleton Smith. Smith. 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' 2' - 81 W 1 W n wi! t, 8 hi 1 I' z ,j ov ,V 81 l pusy, ..........- nf ..,,.,,..,Qf' .-of - ' E l 5' 4 f,"- ,, f Mary Foxworth Rosalmd Mask Barbara Brown Row 2 Antomo Pea Glorla Mason, Benzll Wortham Delmzo puts flnlshlllg touches on a YB article Staff Produces Yearbook Despite First Deadline Rush Barbara Brown - Editor-in-Chief .xx se?-R 'X S an-'1"' 4 W Expedition Staff Shows Appreciation TO THE NORTHWESTERN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BODY: All the events that take place in our lives make us what we are. You are a different person today than you were at the beginning of the 1977-78 school year. The staff of the 1978 Expedition and Mr. Semmes, advisor, have compiled some of the many events and ideas that have influenced you throughout the past year. In this book you can find pictures of the majority of your friends and teachers at NW during the 1977-78 school year. You can review the activities, clubs and classes that made this year special. Of course there were many personal experiences you have enjoyed that were impossible for us to record, but we hope that this yearbook can help you remember and enjoy the memorable moments that we were able to capture. TO THE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION: The efforts of you, the Faculty and Administration, to cooperate with the staff over the sometimes difficult demands necessary in producing a yearbook is greatly appreciated. The guidance and instruction received from you will continue to aid the students of Northwestern even after they graduate. This fine group is headed by Mr. Donald G. Gaviglio. TO THE STAFF OF THE 1978 EXPEDITION: Few realize the hard work that is put into a yearbook, except those that have experienced the opportunity to work on one. There is little, if any. recognition for the blood, sweat and tears shed by the staff, photographers. editors and advisors. Many a sleepless night was spent trying to meet Qand hopefully makingj a copy deadline. The photographers worked long hours after school and often on weekends either taking, developing, or printing the many pictures needed. The business manager carefully counted money until every penny balanced. The experience gained and the important qualities learned through the hard work of putting together a yearbook is priceless, but the real reward is the product of our labor - The 1978 Expedition. For me it has been a worthwhile venture. I am ready to go on to bigger and better things. I hope you, as my staff, feel the same way. We extend our gratitude to the following: -Mr. Michael Frandson - Walsworth Publishing Company -Mr. Dave Barr - Hicks Studio - film developing eMr. Frank Mishina and his Photography Club for film developing -Van Dyke Studio. Group and Team pictures -Mrs. Betty Grindstaff. Advertising -Financial Manager, Mrs. Deloris Huttenga -Special thanks to our advisor. Mr. Robert Semmes 1 978 Expedition Staff Advisor, Robert Semmes: Editor-in Chief, Barbara Brown: Assistant Editor, Sherry Stewartg Layout Editors, Gary Stewart and Antonio Pea: Typists, Lyndava Morrison and Gloria Mason: Staff members. Mary Foxworth, Delinzo Hairston, Rosland Mask, Jackie Sims and Geraldine Smith. In Memoriam The 1978 Expedition Staff wishes to dedicate this particular book to the memory of Duane Thomas. Special thoughts go out to this fine young man because he was a member of our Northwestern student body and would have marched in this year's graduating class. "The sting will go as you learn to see Me in all things." Nothing Gold can Stay Nature's first green is gold Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower: but only so an hour Then leaf subsides to leaf. So eden sank to grief. So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay. by Robert Frost Duane A. Thomas WALSWORTH 1960-1977 Marceline, M0-. U.S.A. -L


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