Pinckney High School - Pirate Log Yearbook (Pinckney, MI)
- Class of 1971
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Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1971 volume:
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They Work for Us
Mr. Ash has been our Superintendent for the past three
years. During this time the school district has grown im-
mensely. New people have entered the district and with
them they have brought new ideas and new problems. Since
he has been Superintendent, Mr. Ash has encouraged higher
education in the Pinckney Community School District.
Pickney High School employed a new principal this year
Mr. Kennedy. Traditionally a leader will affect the people
he leads with his disposition. lf you entered the office dur-
ing the year for whatever reason, you would find that there
was an understanding, but strict attitude toward student be-
havior in school.
Besides his duties as a disciplinarian, Mr. Kennedy super-
vises the curriculum changes for the coming year and the
assignment of students to these classes.
The Work with Us
Mrs. Swarthout and Mr. Chamberlain are two of the most
important people in our school. They help us to step into
the present and future. With their guidance we are pointed
towards a better and more promising life.
This year the counselors are providing students with help
in scheduling and curriculum problems. The counselors are
important to every student where individual care is a neces-
sity. Whether it is counseling n disturbed freshman or direc-
ting a college bound senior, the counselors work for beyond
the regular school day. The counselors try to meet all of the
students' needsg the rewards are manyg the problems, tre-
Pickney High School is aided in its ability to run smooth-
ly by several people. To keep things running in the main of-
tice is Mrs. "Molly'l Janowski. Molly helps to keep students
in order and helps Mr. Kennedy helps Mr. Kennedy quite a
bit. In the administration office there is Mrs. Matteson, Mrs.
Wlundyka, and Mrs. Hasson.
The bus drivers are very important people to our school.
They bring us to school and get us out at night. They are
very helpful on game nights by providing us with transpor-
tation to and from sports activities.
Our kitchen help is a very important aspect to our
school. They provide us with a noursihing meal to help us
to get through the day. With the help of Mrs. Abney, we
can always look forward to good lunches.
The custodians without helping, our school would be
total chaos. Everyday at 2:30 they come out with their
mops, pails, and brooms to prepare the school for another
Without the help of these people, the school would have
a hard time existing.
These are our bus drivers. Row one: S. Masters, D. Baughn.S.Tepat-
ti, B. Childs. Row two: L. Newman, H. Reynolds, H. Curtis, M. Shin-
nut, M. Krahn, M, Brown, N. Smith, M. Walker, Mr. McCurdy. Not
Mrs. Bodnztr, Mrs. Black, Mr. lrey, Mr. Nichols, Mr. Russell, and Mr.
pictured: M. Dotts, D. LaFata. B. Stoll, E. Hollister, M. Michael, W.
Gasper, E. Van Radden, C. Brown, N. Klave, M. Walker, J. Stratton,
M. Debarr, M. Glass, A. Potter.
Those serving our meals this year are: Bottke, D. Amburgey, S. Abney, G. Swarthout, R. Swartout, A.
In the oftice you will find: Mrs. Wlundyka, Mrs. Hassan, Mrs. Matlison, Mrs. Amburgey, Mrs. Janowski.
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Mrs. Evans helps a freshman do his assignment.
Dave Beckman thoroughly enjoys Mrs. Miller's poetry
In Spite 0 Us
English has quite a bit to do with the cul-
tures ot' our world. Our teachers, Mrs. Miller,
Mrs. Dennis, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Osburn, Mr. Han-
son and Mr. McConnell, are concerned with the
communication and knowledge of our sur-
roundings. The English subjects ranging from
Creative Writing to Drama, Yearbook to just
plain "olde" English, enlarge a student's out-
look on his life after graduation and acquaints
them with the heritage of our Literature.
Come and sce me about that. later.
Mrs. l. Miller
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The shortest distance between 2 points . . .
We Learn to Reason . . .
Mathematics is basic to the organization of
all thoughts. Here at Pickney High School the
Math Department is dedicated to keeping the
courses up to date. Math classes are taken by
students who desire to further their knowledge
in this area. In our changing world, new prin-
ciples and theories are introduced everyday.
While both mathematics and science pro-
gress by theories, science seeks to prove or dis-
prove these theories. Discovery is slow and the
world is still full of unanswered questions.
Pickney High School's curriculum is made up of
Biology, Chemistry, Conservation, Earth Sci-
ence, General Science, Physical Science and
The Science Departmenfs aim is to better
prepare students to read and understand how
people tit into the growing world of technology
as well as comprehend the basic simplicity of
life surrounding them.
ut world, here I come.
Mr. Hand Mr. Jourdan
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All here say, "Aye."
Say that again!
About Other People
Social Studies is a very important department in every
high school. Here at Pinckney it is no exception. We have
an enlightened Social Studies department and many fine
teachers from whom we benefit. Social Studies helps us to
understand the future by studying past mintakes and suc-
cesses. Learning of the past helps us to understand the fu-
ture and the future is in Social Studies.
Miss Keenan Mr. Mantyck Mr, wilson
Grow Health Bodies
Physical Education not only builds your body twelve
ways, but boosts moral and school spirit. lt builds coordin-
ation and skill. ln a time of automation people are con-
cerned with physical as well as mental development, Phys-
ical Education is fun and leads to a healthier and more ac-
Stop that, cricket!
Fifth hour Phys, Ed. class '!?'?
Get rcudy, get set, go!
Mr. Crumback Mrs' Thomas
To Manage . . .
Here at Pinckney High School our Business Department
is trying to keep us abreast ofthe present needs of the busi-
ness world. The courses and the teachers' main objectives
are to prepare us for employment after graduation and for
entry into college business courses. We also have a co-op
program which gives actual work experiences in these major
areas of study.
Our Business Department teachers are Mrs. Thomas, Mr.
Crumback and Mr. Nurnberger. ln many of their classes you
might see them clutching their faithful stop watches while
their students are concentrating on their daily work.
A teacher's work is never done.
Mr. Ash Mr. Blackford
To Appl . . .
Here at Plnckney High we have a basic choice of
Industrial Art courses to take. Electronics is aimed at
teaching vocational skills for problem solving and it is
also offered to provide a theoretical background to
apply to other studies. The Wood Work class is a pro- '
gram orientated to teach students design and wood
construction, To reach this end students are given
assigned graded projects to linish. Mechanical Draw-
ing class teaches students correct ways to draw up de-
signs, blueprints and in turn understand other dia-
grams. The Metal Shop work: soldering, metal bend-
ing, and putting surfaces on metals.
Methodical? MeticulousT Erase it!
And l blew a bubble this big!
'o Be Inventive . . .
Art and Home Economics are classes were students
'eate and express themselves freely. These two classes are
ptional but the satisfaction and the pleasure you receive
om them should provide you with ample reason to take
rem. We are provided with these classes so that we will be
:le to express ourselves after graduation with a pot, pan or
Mrs. Lucas, our art teacher, has tried to show us how to
se our artistic talents. As our home economics teacher,
lrs. Dickerson has helped us to develop by offering differ-
it types of domestics courses.
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You can always expect a friendly smile from Mrs. Osburn.
French and Spanish are the two foreign languages
taught here at P.H.S. They help create a world of un-
derstanding by making the world appear smaller.
Through the use of languages, students are prepared
for a future of better comprehension. As students try
to gain knowledge of the language, they discover
that knowing the culture and history where it devel-
oped are also essential.
Get this thing off my hand!
Mrs. H. Miller
Attending nn afternoon Band practice.
To Enjoy . . .
The fun things in school come from band and chorus.
Under the leadership of Mr. Napier, the band practices day
after day to improve its skill. The band can be appreciated
by all people for the time and efforts they put into their
display during half-time at games.
Mrs. Swanson can be found in chorus. She works every-
day to improve the few voices which are brave enough to
try. Every year the chorus puts on a Christmas Display to
show how well they learn harmony and key. Everyone
should say thanks to Mrs. Swanson for all her help.
The Special Education Department headed by Mrs.
Helen Miller has geared its efforts toward a vocational pro-
gram. lt teaches those skills which would be of help to the
boy or girl going into a work situation right out of school.
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Eddie takes a break from studying.
We Have just Begun
John shows enthusiasm at the Dansville game
Brad Emery Lynn Fink
Sue Finan Mike Fry
Joan Gardner Dee Ann Gasper
Sue Glowackl Penny Goucher
Kris Gray Linda Gyde
Yet We Have
Ken Hall Mike Haines
A Long Wa to Go
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The Longer We Live
Ted Hansen Sue Higgins Brenda Holcomb
Jackie Jezowski Sandy Josephson Brenda Karsten
J an Keiser Val Keiser
And awny we go
Libby King Peggy Kozemchick
Dianne Krahn Elaine LaRosa
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An active Phys. Ed. student.
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We Are on Our Way
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The never ending halls of Pinckney High.
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Loly Smith Rick Smith Helen Stevenson Margaret Stibbles
to Better Ideas
Mary Surgenor Jack Suter Jackie Swanson
Let me talk now.
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Jerry VanBlaircum Marilyn Whitehead Vickie Widmayer Eddie Williams
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The Seniors never give up.
Haskiel always listens.
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F.H.A., Gymnastics, Care Club, Q31
Ski Club, G.A.A., Varsity Cheerlead-
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N.H.S., Girl's Track Team, G.A.A.,
Spanish Club, Girl's Cross Country,
Varsity Cheerleading Captain, Miss
Q11 Wrestling, Band, Q21 Band, Q31
Band, Q41 Band.
Q11 Freshman Basketball, Q21 J.V. Bas-
ketball, V. Golf, Ski Club, Q31 V. Foot-
ball, V. Basketball, V. Golf, Varsity
Ql1 Track, Q21 Track, Q31 Varsity Club,
N.H.S., Q41 Varsity Club, N.H.S.
Q11 J.V. Football, Freshman Basket-
ball, Track, Q21.l.V. Basketball, Track,
Q31 Cross Country, Track, Varsity
Club, Q41 Cross Country, Mr. P.H.S.
Q11 Track Qmanager1, Band, Q21 Golf,
Band, Q31 Golf, V. Football, Class Vice-
Pres., Q41 H.E.L.P., Student Council
Q11 G.A.A., Care Club, Q21 Class Queen,
Care Club, Q31 F.H.A., Q41Oftice Aid,
Ql1 Track, Q21 Track, Cross Country,
Q31 Track, Cross Country, Varsity
Club, Q41 Track, Cross Country, Var-
Ql1 J.V. Football, Wrestling Qmanager1,
A.V. Club, Q21 Wrestling Qmanager1,
Q11 J.V. Football, V. Wrestling, J.V.
Baseball, Q21 J .V. Football, V. Wrest-
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Football, V. Wrestling, Q41 V. Foot-
ball, V. Wrestling.
Q11 J.V. Football, J.V. Baseball, Q21
J .V. Baseball, J.V. Basketball, Q31
Cross Country, Q41 Cross Country.
Ql1Football, Track, Q21 Chess Club.
Q11 F.T.A., Band,Q21G.A.A.,F.T.A.,
F.H.A., Q31 F.H.A. Vice-Pres., F.T.A.,
N.H.S., Student Council Rec. Sec., Q41
F.H.A. Pres., F.T.A., N.H.S., Student
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Baseball, Q21 V. Football, V. Basket-
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Football, V. Baseball, V. Basketball,
Varsity Club, Class Pres., Q41 Varsity
Club Pres., V. Football, V. Baseball.
Q11 Wrestling, Radio Club, Band, Q21
Radio Club, Band, Q31 Radio Club,
Track, Band, Drum Major, Q41 Band,
Q11 J .V. Football, Track, Q21 J.V. Bas-
ketball, Track, Q31 V. Football, Track,
Q41 V. Football, Track.
Q31 Newspaper Staff.
Q11 Care Club, Q21 Care Club, Q31 News-
paper Staff, Q41 Newspaper Staff.
Q31 V. Football, Wrestling, Q41 V. Foot-
Q11 F.H.A., Q21N.H.S. Qprovisionary1,
F.T.A., F.H.A., Gymnastics, G.A.A.,
Q31 F.H.A., Sewing, Yearbook Staff,
N.H.S., Pep Club Vice-Pres., Q41 N.H.S
Yearbook Staff Edit.
Q21 J .V. Cheerleader, Class Pres., Mod-
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J.V. Cheerleader QCapt.1, G.A.A., Q41
V. Cheerleader Qco-capt.1.
Ql1 Band, Q21 Band, Wrestling Qmana-
ger1, Q31 Band, Radio Club.
Ql1 Football, Basketball, Baseball, Q21
Football, Basketball, Baseball.
Q11 J.V. Football, Track, Marine Fit-
ness Honor, Band, Q21 Drama Club,
J .V. Football, Track, Gymnastics, Q31
V. Football, Track, Varsity Club, In-
tramural Basketball, Q41 Class Vice-
Q11 Libarry Club, A.V. Club, Q21 Chess
Ql1A.V. Club, Q21 A.V. Club.
Q21 Drama Club, Newspaper Staff, Q31
Pep Club, Q41 V. Cheerleader, G.A.A.,
Girl's Cross Country, Girl's Volleyball,
Q41 Office Aid, Business Club, G.A.A.
Q11 Cheerleader, F.H.A., G.A.A., Track,
Intermural Volleyball, Choir, Q21 Y-
Teens, Band, Pep Club, F.H.A., Choir,
Track, Bowling, Intermural Basketball,
Q31 Pep Club, Y-Teens, Choir, F.H.A.,
Bowling, Q41 Majorette, Band, Choir,
Inman, Sue Ann
QI1 Library Club, F.T.A.,Q21N.H.S.,
Qprovisional1, F.T.A., Library Club,
Q31N.H.S., F.T.A., Art Club, ski Club,
Chorus, Q41 N.H.S., F.T.A., Art Club,
Q11 Chorus, Q21 Chorus, Q41 Business
Q31 Care Club.
Q21 Girl's Softball.
Q11 Care Club, Chorus, Q21 Chorus,
Care Club, Q31 F.H.A., Care Club, Pep
Club, Q41 F.H.A., Care Club, Spanish
Club, Drama Club.
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coming Court, Q21 F.T.A., Q31 F.T.A.
Pres., Pep Club Pres., Newspaper Staff,
Student Council, N.H.S., Q41 News-
paper Staff, F.T.A., N.H.S.
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Chorus, Q31 Chorus, Homecoming
Court, Q41 Chorus.
Q11 Care Club, Chorus, Q21 Care Club,
Q31 Newspaper Staff, Q41 Newspaper
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G.A.A. Pres., Girl's Track Team,
N.H.S., F.T.A., Gymnastics,
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G.A.A., Girl's Basketball.
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Pep Club, Q41 V. Cheerleader, G.A.A.
Q11 G.A.A., Q21 G.A.A., Chorus, Q31
Pep Club, G.A.A., Business Club, Q41
G.A.A., Bsuiness Club, Yearbook Staff.
Q11 Chorus, Q21 Chorus, Q31 Care Club,
Q41 Spanish Club.
Q11 Care Club, Q21 N.H.S. Qprovisional1,
Care Club, G.A.A.,Q31N.I-l.S., Care
Club, Pep Club, Q41 G.A.A., Big Sisters.
Q11 Track, Q21 Cross Country, Track,
Q31 Cross Country, Track, Q41 Cross
Q11 Student Council, Chon1s,Q21 Stu-
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Club, Q41 Business Club, G.A.A.
Q21 Band, Track, Gymnastics, Q31 Class
Sec., Intramural Basketball, Q41 Boy's
State Rep., Intramural Basketball.
Q31 Track, Newspaper Staff, Q41 V.
Football, Track, Intramural Basketball.
Q11 Chorus, Q21 Chorus.
Gymnastics, Q31 Yearbook Staff,
F.H.A., G.A.A., Q41 Class Queen, Of-
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Country, V. Basketball, Track, Q41 V.
Basketball, Track, Cross Country.
Q41 Yearbook Staff.
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ball, V. Golt' QCapt.1, Q21 J.V. Foot-
ball, J.V. Basketball, V. Golf, Q31 V.
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paper Staff, Q41 Art Club.
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ball, ski Club, Q31 Art Club, ski Club.
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Country, Track, Wrestling.
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On the way to a victory.
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First row: R. Ralph, D. Marshall, J. Hale, J. Posler, D. Mitchell, R.
Kieser, G. Toth, P. Mernn, J. Stevenson. Second row: Coach Haskins,
J. Henry, L. Kuhn, J. Marshall, D. Courdway, R. Rosenburger, M.
Williams, S. Duchane, J. Young, D. Rzeszotnrski, Coach Nurnburger.
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Coaches Nurnburger and Haskins,
Clark, S. Pelto, H. West, S. Bishop. Fuorth row: T. McNiven, D. Hol-
lister, B. Bennett, G. Reynolds, K. Regits, S, Wiltse, T. Matteson.
Fifth row: Managers K. Rosenburger, J. Widmnyer: R. Darrow, D.
Teppati, T. Wright, D. Cooke, T. Talbert.
Fear 0 More
The Junior Varsity Pirates in "70" were a line group of
athletes. Even though hard hit with injuries to key person-
nel, they fought courageously to become winners. Long and
diligent practices under difhcult weather conditions were a
prime factor to their climactic 20-O whitewashing of the
Aggies from Dansville. Coach Nurnberger and Coach Hasa
kins worked unendingly with this gifted group of freshmen
and sophomores, and at the season's end, many more of
them could say, "1 am a football playerj. than ever before.
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To Be or ot To Be
The flashy attire worn by this year's Varsity Basketball
team was a welcome addition to our school. It made our
team stand-out, as it should in the halls as well as the class-
rooms. Their handsome suits symbolized their unity and
foreshadowed their sharpness on the court.
Coached for the third consecutive year by Mr. D. J. Lin-
coin, the team proved that hustle and desire could provide
exciting basketball and a successful season. Although not
blessed with a "super giantfl the determined Pirates worked
hard to make their team a precision unit, and before the
schedule had expired more than one weary opponent had
succumbed to the tenacious play of our squad.
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"Foul Shot" by Edwin Hoey
With two 60's stuck on the scoreboard
And two seconds hanging on the clock,
The solemn boy in the center of eyes,
Squeezecl by silence,
Seeks out the line with his feet,
Soothes his hands along his uniform,
Gently drums the ball against the floor,
Then measures the waiting net,
Poises the ball on his right hand,
Balances it with his left,
Calms it with fingertips,
And then through a stretching of stillness,
Nudges it upward,
Slides up and out,
Plays it coy,
Until every face begs with unsounding screams-
Right before ROAR-UP,
Dives down and through.
Special permission granted by Read Magazine,
published by American Education Publications
fel Xerox Corporation 1971.
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Freshmen Basketball is comparable to baselJall's minor
leagues. lt readies the awed youngster to face the tough
competition found on the higher level. It forms many ofthe
skills he will carry through his playing career, but most of
all, it prepares the young ballplayer to be mentally alert and
Our freshmen team, this season coached by Mr. Davis,
progressed greatly in all these areas. They worked hard on
developing into a unit that would provide thrills and excite-
ment for all their spectators, while at the same time won
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"The Red and Black, the Red and Black forever . .
The spirit of this year's talented group of cheerleaders
was overwhelming. They never gave up in their efforts to
support the Pirate sport teams. They practiced tirelessly to
produce beneficial pep rallies,
Sponsoring the Varsity squad was Mrs, Andreson, while
Mrs. Evans and Mrs, Osburn tutored the Junior Varsity and
Freshmen groups, respectively. At all our games, the cheer-
leaders represented our school in a manner of which we
should be proud. Also, they set a fine example to be fol-
lowed in future years.
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C. Meyers, A. Willairns.
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Row one: Steve Hale, Terry Brenernnn, Dave Clnrk, Eugene Mac- Pusler, Tom Shehan, Dave Lewis, Dave Stoodley. Back row: Ed Ger-
Ainsh,Jerry Huhman.Haskiel Brown, Row two: Conch Hanson, John del, Bob Chapman,
The gun raises-"Ka-boom!" You're off. The leaves
crackle beneath your feet and the crispness of the autumn
air brushes your face with an incentive to win. To win for a
great school, Pinckney High School.
Coached this year by Mr. Wes Hanson, the Pinckney
The Crowded Hour
was said to be the high point ofthe "70" season was thrill-
ing second place finish in their own invitational that tired
up the entire school.
In addition, Haskiel Brown had an outstanding year, fin-
ishing Sth in the regional and 38th in the state finals.
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The l970 Varsity baseball squad had a successful season.
With the help ofa fine coach, Mr. Reader, many of these re-
turning lettermen and promoted J,V. men will enhance
championship possibilities for l97I.
Along with other sports, baseball is changing, and with
change it is making revolutionary moves, one of which will
include High School tournament play throughout the state
ol' Michigan. Hopefully our Pirates will be battling for victo-
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Brave New World
This year the girls, sponsored by a tireless Mrs. Andrescn,
performed admirably as they represented our school in such
activities as basketball, volleyball, baseball, cross country,
bowling, :intl track. lt wasnit unusual to hear hall conver-
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cance lies not in how many games or meets they won, but
how they promoted athletic interest in this, their first sea-
son of regular competition.
lst and 10 at half court.
Coach Andrescn looks amazingly at the score.
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Our 1970 Student Council, led by
President Joel Burg and sponsored by
Mrs. Helen Miller and Miss Keenan,
made the school year an enjoyable
one. lt made possible such events as
the "Bloody Truth" assembly, a
"Tumble Twister," a "Christmas Deco-
ration Contestf' and a "Christmas
Assembly." Student Council should a
also be commended for the finejob on
the Homecoming ceremonies.
On the political side of things, they
passed the petition which let the stu-
dents out ofthe lunchroom and were
able to get it approved by the front
office. Also, they revised and updated
their constitution. The students of this
school owe a debt of thanks to all the
workers in student government for a
job well done.
The 1970-71 Student Government.
Pres. Joel Burg. Vice Pres. Mike Krupa.
Nancy Collier. Linda Bennett. Treas. Trice Cox
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The Future Homenrakers Associa-
tion is a national as well as state-wide
organization whose membership may
include boys as well as girls, a seem'
ingly unknown fact in our school to-
Its purpose is first to serve its
members as a social outletg secondly,
to aid needy families during the holi-
dnysg and thirdly, to promote the
study of Home Economics.
Under the capable leadership of
Mrs. Dickerson, the F .H.A. sponsored
money-rnziking projects such as a
Tupperware Party, a dance, and a sale
of cookbooks. The profits from these
events went toward buying new
equipment for the Home Economics
Housewives of the future, unite
Trice, learning the .III of cooking'
Pres., M. Barkau, V,P., S. Conklin, Rec. Sec., M. LaRosa, Corr. See.,
E. LaRosa, Trcas., L. McNulty, Sponsor, Mrs. Andresen.
0f Strong Will
Prestige, honor class . . . are all invaluable reasons for
wanting to be a Varsity Club member. To qualify for
induction you must earn a Varsity letter in any ofthe
seasonal sports. Then you must have a strong will and an
iron stomach to struggle through the initiation ceremonies.
Led by their sponsor, Mr. l-land, the Varsity men shower
the initiates with various gifts of welcome, and before
they're through, Burp!
After surviving this, you are a Varsity man.
The 1970-71 Varsity Club, advised by Mr. Hand.
This year Mrs. Andresen sponsored the Girls Athletic
Association. Their group was mainly concerned with the
participation in sports within our school. They had various
activities throughout the year, that included a little sister
night, a pajama party, and at mother's night. The success
of this group may be easily summed up by looking at the
large amount of interested girls who involved themselves
Sponsor Mrs Lucas Linda and Terry offer some advice.
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The members of this year's Art
Club, sponsored by Mrs. Lucas, were
of great help to every part of daily
school life. An interesting fact is that
they involved themselves not only in
fine arts but also in other phases of
cultural development, such as dancing
Led by President Pat Ettig, the
club's twenty members were hopeful
of visiting some nrt galleries, While in
school, their main activity was painting
props for school plays.
Prcs,, J, Kaiser, V.P,, M. Stibbles, Sec., B. Reed, Treus., S. Kitson.
Are You Read to Care
This year's edition ofthe Care Club
was once again a tribute to our school.
Sponsored by Mrs. Swarthout and led
by President Jan Keiser, the club's
main project wus to send thc Boys
Maxi-Training School in Whitmore
Lake games and ski-bands. They had a
Christmas drive for food and clothing
but their overall involvement extended
Merrie and Nita get the gCtl1ll!S ready for Maxcy's
New this year in our school was a group
of girls who helped create friendship and
aided others. With the able guidance ot' Mrs.
Helen Miller, the nine members this year did
an outstanding job in promoting helpfulness
As far as activities were concerned, they
discovered a rather unique fund-raising idea,
in which they sponsored a "Faculty Talent
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There's always time for a joke. Sponsor-Mrs. Miller.
The Eyes of Experience Are Watching
Front row: S. Slrchan, S. Inman, K. Mudar, Mrs. Miller, J. Keiser.
Back row: V. MeCardy, P. Scott, K. Swarthout, S, Ludwig.
The problem of pollution is becom-
ing more hazardous to everyday life. A
gust of exhaust fumes brushes over
your face as you cross a car loaded
strectg u cloud of smog lowers in on
you as you enter a crowded cityg and
papers blow endlessly all around.
The Pinckney High School H.E.L.P.
Club is an organization concerned with
solving these problems. Sponsored by
Mr. Hanson and led by President Dave
Stoodley, this group attempted to
reduce environmental pollution in the
area and hopefully they succeeded.
Pcacc on Earth.
Front row: Sponsor, Mr. Hansong N. Collier. Sec.: D. Stoodley, M. Stihbles, J. Burg, R. Bopric, H, Reincwaid, D. Warden, J.
Pres.: Sponsor, Miss Keenan. Back row: K. Stibblcs, T. Leemon, Wylie, V. McCardy, M. Ledwidgc, K. Mudax.
Campus Life was a gathering ol'
Christian young people whose chief
purpose was to make a complete per-
son. In so doing, they worked mostly
on the four basic divisions in life:
social, mental, physical, and spiritual.
They attempted to create a balance of
these four in all their members.
Their advisors were Mr. Henry and
Mr. Davis. but the meetings were con-
ducted mostly by Mr. Lawrence Burek
and Miss Louise Wilson from the Ann
Arbor "Youth for Christ" chapter.
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The meetings are always constructiver
The 1971 Spanish Club.
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This year's Spanish Club was sponsored by
Mrs. Osburn and during the year operated
around the idea of enjoying the Spanish lan-
guage and Spanish customs. Its chief purpose
was to present Spanish in such a way that it was
a fun thing to do. They accomplished this by
performing short skits within the club, eating a
Spanish dinner, viewing the play, "The Man ol'
La Mancha," and having a "Pinata Party" at
Christmas time. They met once a month and
would play Spanish games. They also had a
float and car in the Homecoming Parade, quite
a feat for a first year organization.
Sponsor, Mrs. Osburn.
Mr. Crumback gives money to Sue.
Well, last year it was Margaret
Wollenhaupt. Who will it be this time
around? What lucky senior Business
Club member will win the "outstand-
ing business nwardj' which includes
fifty dollars in cash?
The 1970-71 Business Club was run
very much like a Junior Achievement
program in which they formed small
companies that sold u widely assorted
number of products. The club con-
sisted of thirty members who met not
more than twice a month. Their spon-
sor, Mr. Crumback, was of great help
to these young executives.
The 1970-71 Business Club.
Front: Mrs. Janowski. Back row: B, Zezulka, S, Glowaki, D. Rowell, McKnight, K. Las
B. Holcomb, P. Salyer, L. Robinson, C. Reck, D. Krahn, R. Reed, M.
Even the most patient get disgusted.
zlo, M. Surgcnor, D. Aschenbrenner.
The office aides this year were
an integral part of our school. They
worked to provide the necessary or-
ganization that a successful high
school office needed. Mrs. Janowski
and Mrs. Hassan along with their able
corps of helpers kept the records
straight, relayed telephone messages,
and counted class absences.
The students of P.H.S. owe grati-
tude to the office aides of 1970-71
for the efficient service that they
The 1970-7l Audio Visual pro-
granfs main purpose was to provide
our school with a modern and enjoy-
able way of learning. This was done
with the help of Mr. Dunn, the A.V.
sponsor, and a mechanically inclined
group of boys who would repair and
transport the equipment from the A.V.
room to the classrooms.
Terry und Mr. Dunn work it GUI togcthc
Front row: R. McCall, T. Gardner, T. Baumgardner, L. Deering, E.
Williams. Standing: G. Cotton, R. Rcscnberger, Mr. Dunn.
The 1970-7l Pinekney High School band
was directed once again by Mr. Napier. They
played at school functions, which included
football games, pep rallies, and concerts, and
they performed very well. Their Christmas
concert was u great success and their contribu-
tions io the Homecoming ceremonies were
indispensable. An added feature was the pep
band which played at the home basketball
The 1970-71 Pinckney High School Marching Band.
Mr. Napier directs the band
Music comes with lapping. The band takes a break
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The Bookworms of '74 was a club
of ninth grade students who became
interested in many kinds of books
throughout the past year. Their chief
project of the year was taking a survey
ofthe books best liked by Pinckney
High School students. The Bookworms
also wrute their own constitution and
had it approved by the Student Coun- XM? . . , 5
cil. This group was advised by Mrs.
Irene Miller and their President was
Kelly Rosenberger. The Freshmen further their knowledge.
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For me or to me?
Sponsor, Mrs. Miller.
The Bookworrns of '74.
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What is a yearbook?
. . . lt's an album of memories of the past year,
memories that will cling forever.
. . . lt also serves as an autograph book where
all those dear unforgettable friends offer
you "best wishes."
. . . lt may contain a cheerful remembrance or
a tearful one.
Sponsored by Mr. Wes Hanson and led by editor Joan
Gardner, the yearbook was the product of arguments, col
The yearbook staff busy at work. lecting on late bills, and interrupting classes, and was sur-
From the Headaches . . .
Front row: B. Amburgey, P. Rowell, T. Bennett, J. Wylie, N, P. Mctty, Asst. Ed., S.Tennantg Editor, J. Gardner: Sponsor, Mr.
Yoder, M. Surgenor. Back row: S. Morse, M. Barkau, N. Latimer, Hanson.
Mr. Hanson treats an everyday headache. Sally and Joan get in on the act.
Mrs. Osburn helps Helen. The camo, S lobe an many
to the Presses
lfrontrow:Sponsor,Mrs.OsburngP.Kozcnchick,Editor H Steven G Robinson E Williams B Vedder V Kerser
sun, L. Fink, K. Cantwell. Brick row: B. Densmore J Cicehelli
The l970-7l Pacemaker was put out by
Mrs. Osburn's third hourjournalism class,
which did a commendable job throughout
the year in the assembling of this paper.
There were some line articles published in
the way oi' sports and other school activities
that were informing as well as enjoyable to
read. The paper also promoted student inter-
est and class competition when they had the
"ugly leg contest." Thank-you for a great
year, Pacemaker. You've done il all.
What purpose is an editorial to serve in a yearbook? What am I supposed to
say when it's all done? Despite the fact that l hate nostalgic sentiments, is this
what an editorial consists ol? Am l required to recount all the frustrations,
disappointments and exasperations? What of the surprise, joy and relief experi-
enced when the mats are all finished and the 1971 Pirate Log becomes the pub-
lishing company's headache. They must now try to make sense out of the bent,
erased and sliced mats, groan over our grammatical and typographical errors and
decode our chicken-scratching directions. The Hnished product finally appears
and in a complete catatonic state you wonder if that beautifully bound lavender
and white colossus is the same MESS you sent out three months ago.
All kidding aside, being on the high school yearbook staff is an experience
few will forget. l'm sure the whole staff enjoyed publishing a yearbook dedicated
to the "People" of this school, in spite of seemingly overwhelming problems. At
times tempers flared, mistakes were made, and the despair of ever making the
deadlines was a common attitude. However, we made it, and we hope you like it!
Joan G ardner
Mr. Sr. Mrs. Robert Amburgey
Mr. 5. Mrs. Julius Aschenbrenncr
Mr. 81. Mrs. Charles Baker
Mr. 81. Mrs. Herbert Barkau
Mr. 84 Mrs. Leland Barrel
Mr. G. Mrs. Ralph Bartolncci
Mr. 8. Mrs. William Braughn
Mr. EL Mrs. Raymond Baumgardcner
Mr. 84 Mrs. W.G. Beasley Jr.
Mrs. Margaret Bodnar
Mr. A Mrs. Donald Boorom
Mr. 84 Mrs. Harvey Boprie
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ernest Bottke Jr.
Mr. D. Mrs. Lyle Brown
Mr. Sr. Mrs. John F. Burg
Mr. Sv. Mrs. Allen Carpenter
Mr. D. Mrs. John E. Croy
Mrs. Mary Douglas
Mrs. Vera J. Downing
Mr. A Mrs. Erwin Duchane
Marilyn M. Edgar
Mr. dn Mrs. Evans
Mr. Q Mrs. James Gardner
Mrs. Loretta Gardner
Mr. Sr. Mrs. Charles Guidot
Mr. 81. Mrs. Ralph H. Hall
Mr. S. Mrs. L.H. Hallowell
Mr. Wes Hanson
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harold Henery
Mr. A Mrs. Owen Inman
Mr. SL Mrs. Richard Jezowski
Miss Mary E. Keenan
Mrs. Jeanie Kellenberger
Bob Kennedy, Union 76
Mrs. Winifred Dnapa
Mr. A Mrs. Leonard Latimer
Mr. Rc Mrs. Joseph Malik Jr.
Mr. A Mrs. Mantyck
Mr. A Mrs. Otis Matteson
Mr. D. Mrs. Thomas D. McKnight
Dr. D. Mrs, Aloys C. Metty
Mr. 84 Mrs. James L. Meyer
Mr. 8: Mrs. T.A. Meyers
Mr. 8: Mrs. Earl B. Milton
Mr. 84 Mrs. Joseph Mudar
Mr. A Mrs. Earl C. Murray
Mr. X4 Mrs. Patrick 0'Leary
Mr. N. Mrs. Robert Pappert
Mr. BL Mrs. Hugh Radloft'
Thos. Read Sons, lnc.
Mr. Gr Mrs. Steve Regits
Rev. Gr Mrs. Henry L. Reinewald
Mr. Se Mrs. James Rowell
Larry 84 Carol Rowland
Mr. Martin G. Ruhlig
Mr. Elmer Shaw
Mr. Sr. Mrs. Leon Stacy
Mr. H Mrs. Al B. Stevenson
Mr. 64 Mrs. Stewart Stibhles
Mr. Sz Mrs. H. Stockman
Mrs. Edna J. Stoll
Mr. 8. Mrs. William Surgenor
Mr. Br. Mrs. Lloyd R. Tennant
Mr. 51 Mrs. Martin Tepatti
Mr. Bc Mrs. John Torok
Nhs. Marie Trumbull
Mr. 6: Mrs. Emmett Widmayer
Mr. 84 Mrs. Wayne Williams
Mr. Kc Mrs. Louis Zalma
Mr. A Mrs. Frank Zezulka
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BUILDING MQBlLE HOMES
REAL ESTATE ' INSURANCE
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117 East Main Street
Open 7 days a Week
1179 S. Hamburg Rd.
"One town, one family, 56 yvursf'
6158 li.-M36 at Buck l.nku
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Firebird GMC Trucks
Class of 1971
Class of "71"
Hamburg, Michigan 48139
Tube Bending 81 Fabrication
Stamping oWelding Olllachining
Complete Tool 8 Die Facilities
All Shapes! All Metals
Our Engineers are at "your" Disposal
Good Luck to the Class of"71" Congramlmi l C1355 0f"71"
Cynthia's Flower Shop
145 Swarthout Rd- Ike's Sporting Goods
440 Dexter Rd.
The Best Place to Deal
For the Best Deal
MUSTANG Hilltop Ford MUSTANG
2798 E. Grand River
114 West Main Street
Class of 4471"
Ed8zCarric,lacques f ' Ili
6450 E-M36 fir
First Aid Supplies
Open Monday Thru Saturday
10 A.M. lo 8 l'. M.
I I 878 3155
101 L 'VI Q I k W
110 North Grand River
Corner of Maul Sl. and brand River
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Pinckney General Store
Congratulations lo tho Class of'g71'7
Hamburg Hardware Inc.
10596 Hamburg Rd.
2700 East Grand River
Howell, Michigan 48843
Consider a Career
ln the Vast Challenging Field of lnsurance
Citizen's Mutual Insurance Company
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Please Come and See Us. M q an W
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Frank ,Iaworslci Sausage Shop
1268 E. Grand River, Howell
For over 52 years we have specialized in varieties of line
lunch meats, fresh and smoked sausages, hams, bacon and
other good things to eat. '
We also carry delicatessen foods, cakes, cookies, and bread.
"Congratulations to the Class of 713'
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4-61 Dexter Road
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Lon's Barber Shop
Class of 6'71',
Congratulations lo the Class of 71
Betty Kay's Beauty Salon
I'Imnn- ITS 3525
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SOFT ICE CREAM
CHICKEN - SHRIMP - STEAKS
PROMPT TAKE OUT SERVICE
321 W. Grand River
Foreign Car Repair
ucongralulalions Class of1971"
7524 liasl M-36
ll. 0. Box 207
Hamburg, Nlichigan 48139
Joseph E. Marlin
Asst. Vice Presiclcnl and Manager
Four Oflicss to Servo You
Brighton and Hamburg
Highland and lsland Lake
Lee's Standard Service
211 E. Main
Complete Ono Stop Service
W rcckvr Service
Gentile Car Wash
All Coin Operated
905 Patterson Lake Road
IA Mile 50lllll ol' Pinckuvy
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Congratulations Class of 1971
Northern Propane Gas Co.
125 Pearl St.
Buotane Propane Bottled Gas
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Gifts Kc Jewelry
Watch 85 Jewelry Repair
BECK'S MARATHON SERVICE
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509 E MAIN ST
Cnngralulat I I Cl f 1
A K: W Root Beer
Best Wishes From
Bullard Pontiac Inc.
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Bus Ph 227-1761
Res. Ph. 229-6704
C lations to the Class of s'7l"
Be Good Citizens
Support Your Community
Chamber of Commerce
Furnishing QQ: Shoes
Lads and Dads
205 West Main
7534 East M-36
Ph. 229-6688 or Hi 9-2688
Leland's Rexall Drug Store
201 West Main Street
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Ed Pnrnsh R. Ph.
Bob Smith R. Ph 13135 229-9772
Good Luck to lh Ll f 71
Wylie Real Estate
Pickney Office--131 E. Alain
l'inckne.' Mi Vg
Pl : 8"8-6368
Pump 62 Pantry
King's Barber Shop
"The funeral not only is a testimony :har a death has
occurred, bu! also that a life has been !ived."
Schnackenberg - Lamb
HOWELL PH. 546-0100
Swarthout - Lamb
FINCKNEV PH. 070-3172 I .
Class of 1971
Hamburg, Michigan 48139
Van s Motor Sales
9419 Main Street
Whitmore Lake, Michigan
449-2742 or 229-7879
,lane Kc Bill Bennett
Class of "71"
450 Howell Street
Wilson Dairy Foods
Cars and Trucks
Pinckney School Board
Sealed from left to rxghl. Gerald Swarthoul, Ted Stocklun. Germaine Slnckuhle, Waller
Dippold, Oscar Beeman. Richard Posl lx S 1 d R A l
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Congratulations to the Class of 1971
Buicliil Opel Yax
103 East Gra d River
IN THE COUNTY READS Howell M chlgan
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McPherson State Bank
Pinckney Automatic and Mfg. Co.
Farm Bureau Ins
Call and Say Hello
221 West Clinlon 1,5 'iasiz-KX
Howell. Miul' 1 'R I 3'1"
Phone 546-4 ' f
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Congratulations to the Class of 'G71"
111 Pearl St. Pinckney, Mich
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