Stevens Mason Middle School - Mariner Yearbook (Waterford, MI)

 - Class of 1970

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M .,,. ,- f. iii'-,. ----- L,U4'LH.u'f1.EfI"v .': 1 S7CUdQH7E9S MQ Teamwork plus spirit S equal victory QU-. , ,, A , Um Sfwp l toward planning r r mmm A rocket reaches 1tS destination with the orid of computers. Our qoctls for the future are reached through education. --'- .,,,-. , .g..A.-qi - . :" - A -Y--..-., V in-' ACADEMICS 13 Administratign, Counselors, Clerical Staff Leaders plan meaningful year During a typically busy day Mrs. Irene Simmons, bookkeeper, handles a phone message for office man- ager lVLrs. Cleta Largefnt. Ill Yu mag.: to -I' YZ S 'U Planning the day's work is part of the morning for Coordinator Stuart Thorell and Mrs. Ruth Lawrence. The duo work together to keep A House in ship shape. 14 Enthusiasm was the key for a year which saw many innovations tried and evaluated in a constant effort to find better Ways of setting and meeting goals. For the first time homerooms became part of the school day, aiding in the task of re- cording attendance Which was handled at all ends of the building by the secretaries. With cr greatly overcrowded school, the counselors had a heavy schedule trying to meet the needs of all their students. A change in the administrative staff oc- curred in Ianuary when Mr. Iames Amell be- came the new A House coordinator. ...- "B Day is the twelfth of December. We move in for the Christmas Concert at 7 p.m.," explains Tom Dale to Craig Jacober and Mr. David Freeman. l-3 "That's the last one!" proclaims Mr. Douglas Kuechle, B House Coordinator, helping Mrs. Judith "May I have your attention for the announcements, please-" Mr. David Freeman, principal, informs everyone of important school news and activities each morning and afternoon. In I vg, ' I fl ,fi , f -1 ,H ...- .,. ' X . Organizing his desk was one of the first duties performed by new A House Co- ordinator James Amell, Mr. Amell join- ed the administrative staff in January, taking over for Mr. Stuart Thorell, who was named principal of Waterford Town- ship High School. Kulinski file record folders for new students. In addition this office handles all of the school data that is fed in to the system's computers. "This just isn't my bag!" exclaims Mr. Duffield Vaughan to fellow coun- selor Mrs. Beverly Crowley as he dem- onstrates his talents on the bagpipes. 15 Language Arts, Social Studies Old, new worlds investigated Events of yesterday and today were stud- ied in block classes. Explorinq the past they searched for facts concerning the history of America. Examination ot the modern day World included a study of drug abuse, complete with a survey of part of the school. Papier rnache marionettes illustrated folklore, fairy tales, myths, and legends in puppet shows. Actors and actresses had their chance to ex- pound When English classes presented plays, and courtroom drama came alive in mock trials, to show the ways of justice. Plotting their escape? Mrs. Sarah Reabe, Mr. John Auger and Mrs. Marion Novess trace an exciting route around the world. Concern for social problems is shown in a variety of Ways. Canned goods, contributed by students for the annual 'n 4-its Goodfellow drive, are sorted in-to bas- kets by Mr. Robert Harper, Mliss Ann Boode, Mrs. Harriett Hoffarth, and Mr. Hal Farah. A bulletin board, reflecting students' views of the topics of the day makes an interesting backdrop for Mrs. Mary Jo Smith, Miss Mary Kroupa, Mr. James Matteson, and Mr. Gil Waters. Mr. Hal Farah holds the attention of Maureen Nolan when he tells it like it is in block class. i- S! 4 I f.' Q' 'I Cf Is it possible Mr. Don Castle is trying to get rid of all those books? Mrs. Louise Rompf and Mrs, Marlene Struble don't appear to be too worried. Unaware, Jim Hoover reads, but Chris Wair- Paul Maguire, and Donna Theakston are caught in their daydreams. More than a dream, Miss Beverly Foco's predicament is very realf Where are the knights to rescue the damsel in distress? Mr. Larry Nepjuk and Mr. Arthur Linteau, where are you going? 17 Math, Science Men, beasts solve problems Learning how to solve equations and story problems, determine area and perimeter, cal- culate interest, and add money problems were all part of the mathematics skills students strived for. Ninth grade students had -a chance to de- velop individual tastes with a choice of four math classes, algebra, business math, modern math, and pre-algebra. Seventh and eighth graders continued their efforts to enlarge their mathematical abilities by obtaining a sound background. i The Worlds of matter, energy, and life Were explored in science classes. Studying different animals, life science classes examined the be- havior patterns of two active monkeys, and the physiological patterns of laboratory mice in mazes that students designed and built. Resisting the sales pitch is diffi- cult, Mr. Paul Lampkin discovers as he examines the pair of moon boots offered by Mr. David Heiple. Shelley Warner and Kim North investi- gate the mental reactions of Charlene, the Class B laboratory pigeon. 1 8 I Mad scientists. Mr. John Saum and Mr. Michael Miley might be experimenting with chemical substances for one of their diabolical schemes. Miss Judith O'Dea stands by with an ingenious safety mechanism, just in case. i 1-V 1 ' .1 it 'l,'Y?r! t ' ' f 3 W 3' E -'ft' nf, 'Tve got it!" declares Mr. Lee Rice to a doubting Mrs. Pat Sesvold. Mrs. Nancy Fox checks out his suggestion in the book just to be sure. Lavender smoke proves to be an exciting and colorful result of the lab experiment by Mrs. Sue Thomas. 1 iii. Q Y A V it l ! 1' 'L Q., , , ,,..Y- Highlight of a long day for Mrs. Jeanette Amell, Mr. Robert Line, and Mfrs. Mary Robinson is one of- Mr. John Meranda's cartoons by Brother Juniper. The appropriate punchline claims, "I hate algebra! They're so sneaky, they never tell you what x equals." . 1mm 19 Art, Business, Foreign Language, l-lomemaking Electives: fun plus work The enterprising crafts classes busted them- selves with interesting and unusual projects, such as photo montage, light polarization, and bottle sculpture. On the other side of the hall, imaginative students in the art classes expressed themselves in charcoal, oil paints, pastels, and vvater colors, many of Which brightened the other areas of the building during the year. The energetic students of the business and typing classes kept busy at such tasks as office occupations, bookkeeping, shorthand, and typing. Gourmet cooks and fashion designers were developed in home economics. The seventh and ninth grade girls prepared appealing appetizers, scrumptious desserts, main courses, and breakfasts, in addition to toiling endlessly at the sewing machine. In the foreign language department, classes found that learning can be fun with bingo, folk songs, and cultural discussions about life abroad. French ll classes prepared their own Christmas dinner, featuring snails, octopus, and oysters as well as the traditional turkey and chocolate yule log. They also Went to the Festival of Arts in Ann Arbor and the Gakland. University Foreign Language Festival. -i?."i'I'm. FRANCE me Pronunciation is the key to better communication. Mr. Jack Perry and Miss Betsy VanWey use the earphones to check stu- dent's progress. Success of a new recipe is guaranteed when Mrs. Mary Jean Jozwiak and Mrs. Donna Elwell combine efforts to prepare a sample. 20 Using helpful hints from Mrs. Shirley Castelli, Mrs. Mary Haley, and Mrs. Sandra Heiple, Mr. Melvin Patterson can't miss as a typing expert. Exhibiting one of the finished products, Miss V, 7 Barbara Block explains the techniques of bottle sculpture, as used in her crafts classes, to Mr. Edward Haley. W 1 rdf' A ,.-...- va?-3 .. g , Jil'-. .-ff -' . 41:L"lZ.' - Tgxv , . '- if NET' MG'-1 iFf35A'q,f5f' 355, Q M 41 D 114 4: vu-Q' bi i Emile , H ..,--' f' -qui? ' -... Contributing to the holiday mood, Barb Needham and Mr. Duffield Vaughan at the annual Christmas Tea, serves punch to Mrs. Pat Sesvold, Mrs. Judith Kulinski, hosted by the homemaking classes, 21 Industrial Arts, Physical Education Manual arts, sportsg a step to the future Math lectures during gymnastics? With rice pud- ding on the side? Mason's most all-around teacher is obviously Mrs. Norma Clark. 22 Perspective and dimension took shape on paper in the hands of drafting students. As skills developed, so did an interesting variety of unique plans and blueprints. Projects and contest entries led to prizes awarded to Wood shop workers. Starting with only a block of Wood, hyclroboats, cars, and rockets were some of the many projects con- structed in the class. In metal shop, such articles as magazine racks, candle holders, and even a cat cage emerged. Everyone kept fit with the physical fitness courses offered to all grades. The program for the year ranged from stimulating calisthenics to all kinds of group games and sports. Basketball or cage ball anyone? Both sports are specialties -of gym teachers Mrs. Carol Ferguson and Mrs. Charlene Wright. A major motor overhaul means a lot of work. Jim Berden, Mr. Keith Phillips, and John Bennett perform the operation with Gary Houston advising from the rear. Preparing for basketball tournaments, Mr. Gerald Eich- man makes sure Dan Whiston and Robert Berard get lots of practice, while Nadine Ballard urges Brenda Keith and Nancy Sowerwine to "reach for the sky." Gym instructors teach many phases of their subject. Mr. Bruce McDonald, Mr. Gerald Eichman, and Mr. Robert Casteel inspect some tools of their trade. Will the real Mr. Donald Pence please sit down. Occupations won't give you a clue. They're all indus- trial arts teachers. Come on, Mr. Keith Phillips and Mr, Ed Dubats, give in. 23 MLlSlC, Special Servigesy Student 'TC8,Cl'1C1'S Mariners share knowledge Mrs. Ann Rookus points out the fine art of the proper' use of an overhead projector to student teach- ers Mr. Frank Day, Miss Jo Ann Pressnell, and Mrs. Jo-anne Rottenberk, but unlike Mr. Robert Line, she remembers to plug in the cord. Surely one of the attentive student teachers in his group, Miss Paula Serra, Mr. Greg Butler. Mr. Alan Karpa, or 1VIr. Ken Frenkle, will correct this before they try to begin the movie, won't they? Not only did the entire faculty and student body come to Mason to gain knowledge, but also to develop that knowledge and share it with others. Working with small groups, special educa- tion teachers found more time to help each individual, while trying to promote better learn- ing and reading capacity. With the aid ot the reading consultant, many more students found the importance of improved reading skills. Music directors aided their students by show- ing them how to develop their talents and make the most of their musical aptitude. Student teachers also gained valuable experi- ence that was essential to their teaching careers. 24 Y -,-.. f' -'itil' Z., 4 "in -if "Hey, this is fun!" exclaims Mrs. Louise Vaillan- court to Mrs. Lorna West as she takes her first turn at the cymbals. Mr. Herbert Parrott provides the rhythmic background for the impromtu trio. 1' i rl- -Y" gi, .. w.li.w'. - -'Agn-it '.-L' -2 Qpyalqi fl. if' Hsve-1::H .ia s. . . wp- -'. ' ..."-wifwf'r..e.E:'l1LS fij, , -. ygrggz ,::' 2: .- 1-523 'A . . ' ,Y - 1--575 152:52 .- if 'F' '-rr".-irw .ef was-,V f r- 1- . s. . -".'13"'iJ'7we5a-.E .J A ,M vw v -.:- viii H.. , Q5-it ml . H ,gg , , M V, .wlgjgwiglgt QUE: jw: Q -- ' 21. , - nf Mesfsif' 30115.-.2 .. yfg'f'f5 13,11 -' 2 1"Ey-:- , -'rzffggi ff " . - 2 2 .- e,q"'.: -rn "' -.,:- .H . ,li :Ziff " "'1'if9 "" 4-fn ,E 2,3 , l t. . , A A - - .. .1 - , 1 , l -, . .-1 . 'z ...fg 1' , ' , Deeply absorbed in their work, Bill Marston, Dan Lizzet, Fred Rust, Donald Beck, and Wayne Hefferon mount pictures of food on poster boards to illustrate the importance of a balanced diet for their unit on nutrition. Mr. Donald Stone displays a partially fin- ished poster as he completes his instructions. Mr. Tom Mazzaro, Mrs. Cindy Potter. and Mr. .Toe Kramer, midyear additions to the faculty, get better acquainted while tasting Mason's brand of coffee. AE l 3-ui Surrounded by a jungle of egg timers, Mrs. Kitty Wehrli plants a tape in the recorder to prepare one of her reading-skills exercises. WL .A I Miss Frances Johnson points out the blacksmith's shining anvil, in a picture done by one of her students, to Mr. Donald Stone. 25 3 . :ref - 9 .fi i F 5 3 gvgrw.. '- nr 1' Fi an 'fr 95 . ne step 26 ,jj ,,.,,1a-pai-M3 E If .7 1" I . y , . 4 . t . A .., .. ,, :J -it , 1 .-i 1' . The production of a rocket depends on the participation of many people toward development t ja: Organizations deveiop responsibilities of students having 5 common interests. Lqm 1" ORGANIZATIONS i Student Council Ambition is to involve eager 'Traditionally Student Council is the way to get involved, and help improve school life and representatives sought new methods this year. The addition of a parliamentarian allowed everyone the chance to offer suggestions and hold more organized meetings. Mason also became a member .of the Michi- gan Association of Student Councils. This pro- vided a way to compare progress with other councils throughout the state. Many members of the student body partici- pated in the new policy of raising and lowering the flag daily. They were also better informed on what was happening around the school be- cause of the activities calendar posted in the lobby each month. Student Council Officers. Gary DeVar, president: Pam Brissette, recording secretaryg Kay Patten, corresponding secretaryg Terri Samrnons, treasurer: Kathy Varion, vice-president, Mrs. Norma Clark, sponsor. Ninth Grade Student Council Representatives. FRONT ROW: Bruce Fowler, Audrey Rynerson, Tom Clifton, Cindy Newingham, Janet Boyce. SECOND ROW: Roger Haley, Dani Kurzman, Pat McQuistion, Melodie O'Rourke, Linda Hoyt. THIRD ROW: Rob Watson, Jim Tthroop, Janis Howe, Lori Shorts, Dave Crumm, Lesa Bozek. Missing from picture is John Bennett. 28 A plaque is presented to Mr. Stuart Thorell on be- half of all the students by council officers Kathy Varion, Terri Sammons, and Gary DeVar, in recognition of his service to Mason. Mr. Thorell left in January to accept the position of principal at Waterford Township High School. student body Eighth Grade Student Council Representatives. FRONT ROW Cindy Pauly Sue Carie SECOND ROW' Carla Barnhill Kathy Ryan Barbara Seling C1ndy Schwab THIRD ROW Merry Smith Robin Penland Rose Lesh Dayna Bradshaw Dale Geng FOURTH ROW Deb Morris Steve Sutherland John Rossetto David Blum Heidi Newman Robert Sasser Missing from picture are Liz Smith Jeff Gormly Ultimately the success of a Student Council project like the new flag raising system becomes the responslbility of the student body Gregory Winter and Tad McClellan take their turn to assure that the goal of treating our flag with more respect is recognized Seventh Grade Student Council Representatives. FRONT ROW: Mark Work, Ralph Puertas, Doug Strader, Kevin Rulkowski, Tab Roy, David Sebring. SECOND ROW: Allen Glasenapp, Jody Schutt, Gail Shelly, Michele Nollet, Jim Darling, David Olson. THIRD ROW: Lori Bain, David Russell, Jerry Smith, Greg Morgan, Sue Collins. Missing from picture are Gary Furlong, Kathy McConnell. ROW Dan Jacobson Gary Pelton Kathy George Doug Ewlng B111 Bowles Sue Sebrlng Jan Anderson Ron Salkeld Larry Best, Holly Ko guna Debbie Stewart SECOND ROW Lori Burns Jadme Ballard Beckie Queen JoAnn Lemos Candy Schatzley Gwen White Linda New ton Bill Banks B111 Mak1 Pat Trus cello Torn Dale B111 Wooderson Gail Wilson Stephanie Granfors Bonnie Huemiller Donna Leece 29 W 1 W . 1 1 . .xx A 5 - it ,I ---' Y Y l .1 . i Q l f k , A l ' it T i '. T' Student Council Alternates. FRONT 5 ' - 1 ' 1 Y 'I lr ' I , I Y Still more customers waiting for some delicious chocolates, Diane Morency comes back to check out candy from Larry Fornwall. '.'R.M.N., we're here again," is the slogan of the poster being created by Cheryl Thornton, Judd Dotson, Barb Tosto, and Joe Calme, for one of the buses going to Washington. H-S-4 ,V Y W 'Dhree top candy salesmen, Adela Anzures, Susan Shupe, and Dru Hicks, enjoy receiving prizes of 520, 515, and 525, respectively. Altogether the trio sold over 500 boxes. 30 Q 'aff' EA r I ' , Ninth Grade Trip Committee. FRONT ROW: Judy Fritz, Nadine Ballard, Jadine Ballard, Luanne Garant, Debbie Scarlotti, Jeanette Henley, Lori Shorts, Robyn Smith, Donna Theekston, Karen Hunt, Cheryl Secord, Kim Powers. SECOND ROW: Kip Evans, Larry Wheatley, Greg Harper, Kevin Gerndt, Dave Reid, Patty Barrons, Kathy Muse, Lavon Ver- Trlp Commlttee hey, Vicki Hall, Dawn Pearson, Donna Wher- ritt, Janet Baker, Brenda Mount, Cathy Schantz, Connie Pantelides. THIRD ROW: Bruce Everett, Larry Fornwall, Greg Marsh- all, Larry Bate, Diane DeWees, Ross Miller, Cynthia Edwards, Tammi Alford, Bob Talbot, Lisa Hosler, Karen DeVito, Debbie Love. UE Students work The highhght of the ninth grade was the trip to W'ash1ngton D C the first week of May Working together to make the trip a success tell to the ninth grade trip con'1m1ttee Collecting and recording payments and candy money and helping to plan the 1t1nery sums up the Job of the 51 members The committee consisted of two representatives and one alternate from each to plan trnp block class Sponsors were Mr Douglas Kuechle who handled all financial matters and Mr lack Perry who supervised the candy sales The candy sales were held from November 14 to December 1 Approximately 23000 boxes of candy were sold Top salesman was Dru I-licks who sold 270 boxes to Win a S25 prlze tif' t 'F' 1"""" A ,- Everybody gets m on the planmng Mr Hal Farash MISS Mary Kroupa and Mr Michael Mlley offer recommendations at a meeting of chaperones Paula Schultz Tom Wall and Sherman Griffith study -1 """ pamphlets and brochures to learn more about Washington D C . . I I I I I 1 u I I , . ., ' . ' I , . N . . I . i I I ' ' I I ' I - if , 3 in l . , E - 'N -r 1 ., , -'lit 1 Z 511'-i i 4, L ' r ' ' it ' .. A , . we.-efllbi ' ,V , ,. ' ' . " f if?-3 Ti :AQ X. . A lx, 1-V, I Y ' A la 4 tx-,lx 'I El 'FE' '. 1 V! Xr -' Y ra 5 to 4 3' -:J f-Qatar' ' TW ' t ,.., ' 'A 7 ' , f .- no . . , t-'Ut 1 "MD " 5 1 walk, Y tim" . . ' T, ' ' . . vfvi ' ' 1 1 . . V ' ' 1 , 4 - Tl.. : , V Q ' ' .qi qu. . , 31 t it"- ri '?'f- 5 t Concert, Jazz, Pep Bands Blazers Serve as inspiration l Jazz Band. FRONT ROW: Melanie Cybul, Mark McDonald, Tom Dale. SECOND ROW: Greg Marshall, John Cross, Kent Olson. When the Iazz and Pep Bands start to play some of the old standard tunes, people are sure to gather around. The members of these groups were all volunteers and. in addition to band classes, they met after school to practice and develop their own unique styles. Many band members also performed at the District and State Solo and Ensemble Festi- vals. Playing in groups or individually, they were graded by judges and once again Mason musicians returned bearing blue ribbons. The District and State Festivals for the Con- cert Bands also were special events, along with seasonal concerts. Enthusiasm in the band department was greater this year due to the new blazers Band I members Wore for all public performances. The foundation of the band department was the valuable time spent in class. This time Was used to increase the students' knowledge of music. Ninth Grade Band. FRONT ROW: Karen Hunt, Carol Mercer, Lynn Verhey, Gary Freeland, Brenda Richley, Kathy Gavette, Janet Doyon, Sue Rana, Sandy Cappell, Gwen White, Cathy Schantz, Robin Berg, Dani Kurzman. SECOND ROW: Judy Putnam, Jane Harnack, Melanie Cybul, Kathy Varion, Kathy Rennie, Diane Pickett, JoAnn Lemos, Kathy George, Kathy Young, Debbie Zuelch, Vicky Putman, Dale Vore. Pat Sharp, Kirk Tuson. Bill Batten, Rob Hunter, Steve Lewis, Rick Espinoza, Mark McDonald, Dave Reid, Tom Dale. THIRD ROW: Dawn Pearson, Denise Bates, Karen Husband, 32 Romaine Johnson, Tanya Houston, Brad Starkweather, Greg Marshall, Gary Pelton, Judd Dotson, Donna Leece, Ron Strahm, Steve Perkins, Mark Zemke, Brad Martin, Don Drussel, John Danules, Elaine Johnson, Ed Crowley, Greg Zamenski, Larry Wareck, Richard Salkeld, Russ Crites, Bruce Everett, Kerry Linntz, Craig Jacober, Bruce Haley, John Cross, Kent Olson. FOURTH ROW: Bill Tallenger, Dennis Starnes, Joe Plummer, Rich Hager, John Nivelt, Steve Allen, Brian Weil, Lesa Bozek, Don Bennett, Mr. Herbert Parrott, director Pep Band. FRONT ROW: Kathy Rennie, Gwen White, Melanie Cybul, SECOND ROW: Mark McDonald, Tom Dale. THIRD ROW: Greg Marshall, J ohn Cross, Kent Olson. .wg a n af F The Pep Band helps the cheerleaders by playing their spirited music. Rousmg the enthusiasm of the crowd and the determination of the team, they really live up to their name. Concentration is a needed quality for first rate drummers. Rich Hager, Joe Plummer, and Brian Weil keep a careful eye on the music, hoping to avoid any mistakes. A fanfare from trumpeters Ron Strahm, Mark Zemke, and John Danules adds a note of excitement to the begin- ning of a stirring march. 33 Chorus, Choirs Harmony yields cheer Harmony and happiness filled the air When the eighth and ninth grade choruses got to- gether. These combined groups consisted of 295 members, and sang music ranging from early madrigals to contemporary pop tunes, Important events in which the vocalists parti- cipated, included the Waterford Township Choir- Festival and the Iunior High Festival. ln addition to the full choruses, there were two smaller groups, the eighth grade Select Choir and the ninth grade Chamber Choir. The Chamber Choir consisted of 45 members and the Select Choir of 40 members. Both groups Were chosen by voice testing and knowledge of music. The harmony must be perfect when you're preparing for a concert. Janet Branch, Lori Stone, Lori Shorts. and Jan Kaufeld practice their parts for the ninth grade Ensemble. ....... rg Ninth Grade Chorus. FRONT ROW: Lisa Hosler, Kathy Dawson, Cindy Teal, Donna Wherritt, Vicki Hall, Corinne Rosewall, Mary Comparoni, Shirley Hagerman, Gary Kastner, Mark Johnson, Russ Lecours, Dan Neipling, Roger Haley, Ann Dzikowicz, Becky Evans, Donna Theakston, Cheryl Secord, Mary Visniski, Janet Baker, Ruth Daugherty, Sue Herron, Lori Stone, Audrey Rynerson, Kathy Vasquez, Diane Morency. SECOND ROW: Vicki Sartell, Nancy Andrews, Jacqui Morgan, Pam Noll, Brenda Keith, Kay Patten, Lana Hack- bardt, Becky Queen, Theresa Wilson, Gail Burt, Larry Bush, Randy Tassi, Dale Fallscheer, Dick Morse, Scott Follis, Doug Zolhier, Jeff Harroun, Kathy Muse, Robin Smith, Diane Donovan, Lori Shorts, Debbi Anderson, Cindy Newingham, Patty Barrons, Kathy Harroun, Brend-a Jarvis, Candy Ferguson, Christina Warnock, Connie Pantelides, Vicky Golding. THIRD ROW: Jerri Swinehart, Maureen Nolan, Debbie Richardson, Mary Ann Koepke, Randee Bass, Janet Branch, Jenny Greene, Kip Evans, Kevin Miller, Tom Wall, Jerry Williams, Ken Fournier, Dave Jarvis, Jim Voorheis, Bill Geiger, Randy Krause, Brent E-stlernan, Linda Throop, Pam Waterbury, Paula Shultz, Becky Jonas, Cindy Edwards, Charlynn Patrix, Sue Tincher, Lorrae Hays, Lynn Barr, Tammy Alford, Jan Kaufeld. FOURTH ROW: Wanda Norton, Linda Hall, Kelly Everett, Cathy Ford, Elaine Harrington, Pam Fields, Doug Ross, Ron Arnold, Roger Blust, Gary DeVar, Randy Hunt, Gary Houston, Mike Umphrey, Ed Dionne, Gordon Keller, Larry Gray, Garth Weedon, Rudy Mansfield, Terry Frazier, Kim North, Cindy Filer, Marty Hodler, Debbie Berden, Janice Howe, Nancy Sowerwine. The Chamber Choir stands ready to come in on their part, joining the Select Group in a medley of songs at the annual Christmas Concert. Chamber Choir. FRONT ROW: Kathy Vasquez, Jacqui Morgan, Pam Noll, Brenda Keith, Kay Pat- ten, Lana Hackbardt, Dave Gardner, Scott Follis, Mark Johnson, Roger Haley, Anna Dzikowicz, Becky 'EVans, Donna Theakston, Cindy Teal, Lori Stone, Audrey Rynerson. SECOND ROW: Sandy Krause, Jan Kaufeld, Kathy Dawson, Dan Neipling, Robin Hunt, Gary DeVar, Kathy Muse, Robin Smith, Diane Donovan, Lori Shorts, Connie Pantelides, Diane Morency. THIRD ROW: Vicki Sartell, Mary Ann Koepke, Randee Bass, Jenny Greene, Ron Arnold, Kip Evans, Ed Dionne, Garth Weedon, Roger White, Maureen Nolan, Jan Howe, Becky Jonas, Cynthia Edwards, Lorrae Hays, Tammi Alford, Nancy Sow- erwine. FOURTH HOW: Janet Branch, Debbie Rich- ardson, Kelly Everett, Elaine Harrington, Roger Blust, Jerry Williamson, Gordon Keller, Larry Gray, Rudy Mansfield. f-. Ninth Grade Ensemble. Lori Shorts, Garth Weedon, Lori Stone, Roger Haley, Roger Blust, Ron Arnold, Jan Kaufeld, Elaine Harrington, Gary DeVar,' Connie Pante- lides, Janet Branch. At piano, Mrs. Lorna West, director. 35 G A A, Gymnastics Club Gymnasts find exercise fine One of the best places to relax and turn loose during a busy week was down in the gym with the Gymnastic Club and the Girls Athletic As- sociation. Experiments with different maneuvers spiked their activities in which basketball, human pyra- mids, trampoline exercises, and other sports were perfected for pure enjoyrnents as well as performances for the Spring Open House. Par- ents were invited to view six boys, under the direction of Mr. Donald Pence, execute different sequences of tumbling on the trampoline and the mats. In GAA, the girls participated in basketball, baseball and volleyball, and held regular meet- ings to discuss and plan activities. ,T ' 'tj v QQ 5""'QS'i - ll Y "' ine. ' -au' ".lArE5 ':' ,S AW - f f 1 se V' , E Y w-:- '- L 1. 5 , .,, 1. ig: Eegiigl M 'rj - ,Q ee , up -.vjwfrqt pg' f , ,, ,mu ..:n ,,t,,,x.. f . - K is :Eelke -:fide ' 1 J' -V .. xv r::f',:11' . Z.: j - . 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' 'QE G- ' V- L- "One sneeze and you're all dead!" warns Mr. Donald Pence to the human pyramid constructed by Bill Wood- erson, Dan Acord, Steve Motzny, Tom Clifton, Mike Stoutenburg, and Reid Bain. f --fre.-Q 'z :A ' -u FE '1 'mf--.: rs: .4 . -1' -- " :ie :ai-22.2-.a'1'l' Y 1 ' if -x, W - VY - :fissile , '31 i ix N 4 iQ"-V1 f' . ' -,ts f l N 1 Y H' N ', , f A, -' 1 ' - A A 1- A ' " - -- .y F: J p 4 .. - ' - , - -r - f A JA' ' ' A ' m fs. -. . -A ' fm. f , W M '--, 7 iffy A215 f-:J W...-5 ff .c :zzz f ', Activities for the gymnasts cover a wide range. Since everyone can't be on the tramp at once and Mike Stout- enburg, Steve Motzny, Reid Bain, and Don Bennet act as spotters when Tom Clifton takes his turn. Support from Mike Stoutenburg and Mr. Donald Pence comes in handy ex... for Bill Wooderson, and what better person to have as a . . ,,,- base than Dan Acord. , ..i, gg, 5 gl y ,. 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' , ' ' li ,A ,fglff-EQ4i+g,'Q,E,t 'iizg 39" boundmg from the trampoline, is a perfect example fp, A, .y A, of the law of gravity. it " ' Ml Height helps on a jump ban and fhatfs the reason The GAA members of both teams watch for the direc- Kim Allen missed it, for Deb Morris towers over her. 5011 the bell Wm take- Skiing's great today, so Mrs. Sue Thomas hurriedly staples Dan McCau1ey's tow ticket to his jacket while Mr. Herbert - - Parrott checks out Tony Youngs receipt. In the background Right foot back, right hand forward, and . . ' away it goes. Dave Reid holds his unique Mr' Edward Haley dons hls Ski boots' bowling style, hoping for a strike. ,.,,.,,..,,..,1 v La . X at we "What a way to travel!" exclaims Bob Talbot. But Rick Campbell anxiously watches for the crest of the hill. Down below, Dave Stoutenburg and Dave Lessel relax while trying to rouse their courage for another attempt at the hill. ss ' o Writ ' - - fgriai ' F s "-wwf u - A-,r , .3 ,v ga :ll- A yt Pi' ' ' 5'-1 1 A e. M me Z Y . ' iw i at L kms we . . MM., i - Steiff i, , . gil ' ' ' Y1,E,,, ,. J ,dp , . .ee-i.f :af ' .C 3 l lll i . it we , 1 t . Q Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Dave Lessel, speeding down the snowy slope. Bowling Club: Ski Club A good follow-through is one of the keys to a high score. Kim Moore, Zandra Evans, Becky Espinoza, and Greg Matthews assume a variety of attitudes as they watch the path of their ball. Mountains, alleys are goals Enthusiastic sportsmen found skiing and bowling ideal Ways to enjoy the friendship of others While developing individual strengths. A hardy spirit was occasionally required to help skiers brave the cold. Some found the hills a challenge and quickly improved their skills. Others, taking a slower pace, preferred the less treacherous slopes: but everyone appreciated the chance to rest near the iire and talk. Mr. Herbert Parrott, Mrs. Susan Thomas, and Mr. Donald Pence supervised the club's activities. Bowlers who were new to the game may have had trouble to begin With, but soon found the groove in the alley for those strikes. Miss Judith O'Dea and Miss Betsy VanWey sponsored the organization. K A . ....-Q-M-1st"!f, .1-"ggi haf' nl" Desperate, Dru Hicks pleads silently for a strike in a final effort to improve her score. 39 "BCISiCCf11Y this program gives young students the opportunity to see the business world as it really is," claimed Mrs. Shirley Castelli, student aide adviser. Some of the activities the clerical trainees performed were typing, filing, answer- inq phones, and operating the duplicating ma- chines. One of the variations of this system was the rotation of assignments so that each person gained a wider knowledge of skills. As a spe- cial feature, some students also worked at Grayson Elementary School. Many students took advantage of the library by using its facilities more often. Artwork bright- ened the area, along with efficient library aides. In training, they learned to help students by checking books in and out, showing them how to use the resources, and performing such housekeeping chores as dusting a.nd straight- ening shelves to keep order. Experience built their skills, improving the work they did with enthusiasm. In addition to abundant reference materials, the Library Aides, Student Aides Aides try world of work Photo copies are a popular means of illustrating resource center also has new and interesting fiction student reports. Julie Vanicelli turns her full attention books Barb Riley discovers with the help of library aide toward making a clear reproduction on the intricate Becky Thompson. machine in the resource center. Library Aides. FRONT ROW: Tamrni Alford, Lyn Verhey, Becky Jonas, Connie Pantelides, Sue Seb- ring, Donna Norman, Becky Thompson, Bob Bailey, Dave Lessel, Julie Vanicelli. SECOND ROW: C1e1l Jenkins, Rick Espinoza, Roberta Schwach, Kim Nelson, Tina Lyon, Pam Render, Mary Selep, Ed Crowley, Roger White, Mrs. Ann Rookus, resource center coordinator. 40 1.1 of 'A' 1 .T..,,., Teamwork speeds the tasks for many student aides. Cindy Perry and Sheila Cav- ender find it easy to prepare daily attend- ance lists, while over at Grayson Elemen- tary School, Cheryl Secord and Bill Brauer stamp books to ready them for circulation. 0-H-11,5-Tig:-:Z -fe: V. I- k N W- Mini Nb. .., --5.5 s-Ji Y "gi "lf-'X 'iii .. Q 'jf fi , l N ' '3 7 Q ' 'N 1' ', s- 1 .ll x . A ly Y A kk l i n,-Nw :sg ai.-.- li 'V -K "-the?-L.- r Q -V.-gp p Hel H: I ,f l ,ffl gg " KX-if . N A 'ik 3 V lan. Jn 4 I 'e ..-:5 -, n- -. E Egg " -f-'TR-l':.lf', F QA X -lx 1 Student Aides. FRONT ROW: Jesse Taylor, Steve Buckhorn, Jeff Foote, Bill Brauer, Todd Helka, Dale Vore. .SECOND ROW: Kathy George, Diane Morency, Sue Herron, Vicki Nunn, Pam Brissette, Terri Sammons, Mrs. Ruth Lawrence, Mrs. Judith Kulinski, Mrs. Shirley Castelli, Jan Trulu, Jackie Crystal, Becky Evans, Cheryl Secord, Janet Baker, Donna Theakston, Brenda Taylor. THIRD ROW: Ann Dzikowicz, Debbie Hernandez, Debbie Maki, Candy Ferguson, Sheila Cavender, Donna Wher- ritt, Pat McQuistion, Cheryl Boyle, Diane Dono- van, Patty Barrons, Cheryl Thornton, Beckie Queen, Renita Hyde, Mary -Comparoni, Connie Lobenstein, Dodie Leist, Pat Hill, Dawn Pear- son, Gail Burt, Vicky Golding, Robin Yost, Judy Fritz. FOURTH ROW: Sandi Schupbach, Debbie Scarlotti, .Stephanie Bujel, Diane DeWees, Vicki Hall, Sandy Allard, Linda Hoyt, Kathy Gavette, Carla Zirkle, Brenda Mount. Julie Vanicelli, Charlynn Patrix, Beth Nelson, Pat Truscello, Robyn Smith, Cindy Eisele, JoAnn Lemos, Judi Toth, Christina Warnock, Stormy Duke, Debbi Berden, Gerry O'Neal1. FIFTH ROW: Debbie Koczwara, Paulette Mar- ceau, Charlene Johnson, Mary Ann Koepke, Kathy Bucholz, Debbi Anderson, Jenny Russell, Jan Johnson, Sue Guzak, Dan Acord, Dru Hicks, Bruce Everett, John Bennett, Robin Hunt, Russ Silvis, Don Goodson, Linda Greene, Denise Walker, Debbe Fast, Jane Harnack, Shelley Warner, Janet Branch, Cindy Filer, Jackie Ott, Sandi DeGroot, Elaine Harrington, Lavon Ver- hey. Missing from picture are Mike Caverly, Ken Proctor, Jannette Motley, James Puertas, Larry Thayer. 41 5 ' "One more strike like the last one and we'11 be rich!" agree Diane DeWees, Dave Reid, Jenny Greene, and Mary Ann Koepke, planning committee for Colo- rado Expo. Rocket Club, Colorado Expo -I Rocket Club. FRONT ROW: Steve Cross, Rob Watson, Mike Caverly, Joe Theriault. SECOND ROW: Mark Gisse, Joe Marchand, Jim McCutcheon, Ross Miller. Hooks, rockets stir ll'1teFSSt Colorado or bust! This was the motto for 22 earth science students Who, under the leader- ship of Mr. David Heiple, spent a good part of the year making preparations for a geologic journey to Boulder, Colorado. Working out in the gym and participating in overnight camp- outs to keep fit were all a part of the schedule. The creative group sponsored activities to pay for the expedition. Besides a dance, car washes, a Swiss steak dinner, and a Tag Day proved profitable. For another group of student scientists, ex- citement mounted as their rocket gained alti- tude. Higher and higher it went, its size diminish- ing by every second in the eyes of the viewer. This was a project of Rocket Club members who designed, constructed, and launched real Work- ing models. 42 . . ' 'ix-1-?,,4'g1g"15v1 ., "Keep back!" warn Rob Watson, Steve Cross, and Ross Miller, who prepare them- selves for a lift-off that's bound to happen any 5900114 Rocket Club members build their model missiles during their spare time. ,fi "Wow! this car is red!" shouts Joe Plummer to his hard-working fellow scrubbers Steve Gross, Carol Gresehover, Brenda Richley, Mike Caverly, and Linda Throop when he discovers a car under all that dirt and mud. The Saturday morning car washes earn profits for the trip to Colorado. . l , ...4-411.8 "Come on, you guys, get your hands up," Mary Arm Koepke begs Steve Cross, Mr. David Heiple, Lesa Bozek, Gwen White, Rob Watson, Diane DeWees and' Jenny Greene. Morning work- outs are a regular part of their preparation for Colorado Expo. 43 When this group gets together for a game of basket- ball at Teen Club, it can prove very exciting. Roger Haley, Dave Gardner, and Steve Perkins may be good friends, but when each tries to get the ball, it could turn to the contrary. , -if ,,f- V- v A , ---- ,.,,,, , . 1 ,.,, Z . m y xv tt L -"17, lit, 19 .," counts Jim Amann for each revolu- tion Arlm Griffith makes. Jim is waiting until Arlin gets too dizzy to continue so he can take his turn. Below them, Everett Mero and Clay Porter await their chance on the bar. - " Tl: .54 Lp A . it it is Teen Club Teens participate in recreation The lively 250 members of Teen Club used their energy every Tuesday evening for a rec.- night in the gym. A variety of activities included tumbling, basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, and other group games. Gymnastic apparatus was used to perfect routines and stunts or just for enjoyment. People with a little more soul brought records for dancing or just listening. Outside activities were planned for Satur- days by Mrs. Cindy Potter, sponsor, and the advisory committee. They organized projects and arranged the schedule. Refreshments were sold by volunteers to revive the ambition of the hungry members. The two hours each week were filled with pleasure for everyone. 44 Preparations for music at Teen Club are made by advisory s 1 c committee members Kathy Varion, Shelley Warner, David Lessel, mu Arlin Grittith, Sue Sebring, and Gail Shelly. I J. -.i?v'17Jf??Tq1"X'IL, i-' i-'ff I'-, 1" 4 F , 2,1 11' 5-wrt., .5 H f In this fancy, frilly, you've got to have a gim- mick World, Larry Best tries to create a new style of playing keep-away by dancing Wirth the ball. The real thing is shown by Linda Hoyt, Jan Trulu, Terri Sammons, Vicki Nimn, Diane Guzak, Sue Her- ron, and Brenda Keith, who practice new steps while listening to records brougiht from home. In a game of war, each team puts up a battle to the finish. Tom Earl ducks from the impact of the ball, thrown by Dan iVanicel1i, but it looks as if his team has the advantage. Helping Dan try for a victory, Charles Branson, Gary Hous- t0n, and Dave Fredricksen put some action into the game. 45 K One step xp-Q, R5 toward mankind The crew of cz successful launch will go down in history. rg Memories of our frlends W111 be valued in the future. SCHUOL LIFE , 41 egg V' A ,-.g, 1 vpn! f" ff:-i':?3lfnh ' A " ,I ', I in N ii -i 'C c v: ' 2 1 "' ""?f , 1' E 1, T fi x 1 A B . 1 if A , 1, ,,- ,,,,3 - I W K, . A fi V Xiv his iii ' N . ., wp, , A N. LT L, s: ..,... -1 i' N ,. l' , . A , N 11-. :ff will 5451155 t - sl LE- its 5 11- Q 'Ig gl ' w1..,., , . ,VL 1 ll IIN LA H 2 ,lzl M ., l Ninth Grade Mice, Cages cared for y students Messes are Bill We1ch's thing when it comes to his daily job of cleaning out the mice cages and giving them food and Water. The mice are used for experiments in science classes. 48 .-o i - ,iw Y Ra, , - I B 9,13 i H-, ll fi" L .41-PLZ.. 1 -mf LP w V ,, Y -- Q x' F51- Sgr' ei, K F Q, 1 ' ' j , Sy fv W l I T - ..!V, x i Paul Abraham Dan Acord Dave Ahnen Mike Aiello Torn Aldrich Tammi Alford Betty Alkar Sandy Allard Debbie Allen Sieve Allen Debbi Anderson Nancy Andrews Adela Anzures Bon Arnold Rob Baer Bob Bailey G-any Bailey Reid Bain Ianet Baker Iadine Ballard Nadine Ballard Patty Barrons Bob Bartenbalcer Rosemary Bartlebauqh Bandee Bass Larry Bate Bill Batten Ieff Bejin Denise Bennett Don Bennett Iohn Bennett Debbi Bensken Debbi Berden Iim Berden Robin Berg Ion Berryman Debbie Bertetti Kim Best lim Beutler Mike Bisoqni Roger Blust Bob Booth Douq Bowes Mike Bowman lanet Boyce Cheryl Boyle Lesa Bozek Dennis Bradley lanet Branch Charles Branson Bill Brauer Mike Brauher Sheldon Brim Pam Brissette Carl Brodie .nw A.:- i A ,. fbi' ,ll t xml! 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N6 A F5 "'- N. rc' It 0 ,girl it Q. f' fbiwx' 1 l sz? if f -H .'. .la Lana Hackbardt Rich Hager Shirley Hagerman Bruce Haley Roger Haley Linda Hall Vicki Hall Mike Hankins lane Harnack Greg Harper Elaine Harrington Kathie Harroun lim Hauser Lorrae Hays Karla Heikkinen Todd Helka Ieanette Henley Debbie Hernandez Greq Heron Sue Herron Dru Hicks Grerrie Hill Pat Hill Mary Hodge Marty Hodler Steve Hogan Iim Hoover Gary Houston Lisa Hosler Tanya Houston Ianis Howe Linda Hoyt Bev Hulett left Hundley Karen Hunt Ninth Grade 1 Hearts, candy for Lil' Abners Thanks to Debbie Zuelch and Batty Barrons, J im Throop and Ed Dionne won't be hmgry for quite awhile. The cou- ples won the awards for cleverest corsages at the Sadie Hawkins Dance. 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A C ' I 'Wai 'A A Chuck Kieffer Max Kiidow Sue Kildow Chris Kirkpatrick Lindo: Kniffel Lisa Knight Cheryl Knisely Deb Koczwcrra Mary Ann Koepke Dcrve Konkle Randy Krause Sandy Kroruse Charlene Krohn Domi Kurzrncrn Rick Lance Rick Lctnctot Pcfulot LorPointe Mike LCUT Mike Lcrten Mcrrk Lebert Russ Lecours Dodie Leist Mike Lemoster IoAnn Lemos Ed Lepiinsky Steven Lewis Down Liestmcrn Dcrn Liley Kerry Lintz Dorn Lizzet Connie Lobenstein Debbie Love Dcrvid Lynch Tino Lyon lim McrcKory lim Mcrdriqcrl Poxul Maguire Debbie Maki Ncmcy Mcxkricfs Rudy Mansfield Mcrricm Mcxrceroi Ioe Mcrrchcmd Greq Marshall Sherry Mcxwhorter Kim McAllister Chester McCombs Bill McCullough Iim McCutcheon Kerry McLean Linclci McMullen Randy McPherson Port McQuistion Steve Melkonicm Fred Merz Bob Meston Vim, H i I is -1' 4 .Q , V-.-A-v 41 'fx' "' -, s-g if wx 45" t -..4' ,Y 5. H N wtwagmwv .'sm2E1v' W., v. M V 4.1 A, 'I .4 l 'K A U Xlly , .K B , X L, e S, X . sq W l' d Ck W i n ill. i M . M i vb- if '1 , N-'-'i , Y - - , ,' 'Q X , ' 'N 'V' ,, - W P M lui . I. if QL gi 5 - 1. H Y " e 'Qi 3' . : Q 9, n W ir -1, -uw J .c,i,n.l J 1 '91 A " - 3. K WLiv::,' w Ali: x J" "FQ " ' J 3 qu- 1-'IQ-J J E NN' n W i ? vw? ,, ,L X ,V fJ,,l-S 4: : Q.-:B 37' X I Q rlri, sr, ,A A " .A ' v 4 H .4 ll-is ifr' llll - 1 ' f .: Q, v Ninth Grade 'lv QW? i E l ll Uv r ls mv , Y' 5 ?i,f'5 u . 1557,-lf' .4 Q , I 2.1.4 X i he T ti lv lf- , lf , ak s uf' s K ' o , ,. 'Pinfeathers' dramatizes fairy legend Actions and lines demand complete concentration by Sandy Allard, Denise Bennett, Donna Theakston, Kathy George, Kathy Gavette, and Debbie Bertetti as they hold dress rehearsal for "Pinfeathers". 57 t V fs: , ,' 'f ffj,f3'flQts ,gg E N, :Hi m rf? K , l M. NL. 'E , ' . rvl -. .4 " Ili Q3 K' ti ll xii T A f,s1:f-Mit 7 H ,.-M-1'-,, X Q my W 150 -. ,o. ,Q J, V A b, . 1-. ,. - ' A I " 1-23 W2 355z3h,i2n3' : T 12 .N-.5 -.:.- ' -, it 'pw -- Q4-3?Q1P'iff V.' 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Belinda Moore Diane Morency Iacqui Molrqan Dick Morse Steve Motzny Brenda Mount Sue Mount Kathy Muse Guy Myers Barb Needham Dan N eiplinq Beth Nelson Kim Nelson Cindy Newinqham Sue Newton Laura Noble Maureen Nolan Pam Noll Kim North Wanda Norton Vicki Nunn Kent Olson Gerry O'Neall Melodie O'Rourke Mary Ann O'Shauqhnessy Iackie Ott lim Ott Connie Pantelides Charlynn Patrix Kay Patten Dawn Pearson Steve Perkins l if P. ' 17' Y it 12 ,jgmf I Sherry Peel , Gerry Perrault 'nF?' 7 Cindy Perry '- Steven Phillips t P 1 -x1 . . ,V K t I , A " it sg' Lcrrry Pierce E 7 t T if t. Ioe Plummer H ' '37 H A r "rj , "Ei" it xg, L I lctnice Porter V is V A 'i :il l y Randy Porter K I A- j ' .- '- tg Kim Powers -t - t Q 4 v.N V .1-. - : M.. l Q, V P it W ,. Terry Price ij vg l f'l-, ' l 1 Ken Proctor ti QQ 5 F Al Richard Puddy gi '5 ll lim Puertcrs A .Na A. my if , Iudy Putnam 7' A y ., -E y qv V ,. i,., A W ' 1 1. I N I A f- ,I-N A t .Mfr V t . . 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Rig? lvl 5: Nl R411 fi tg, A s .P , 1 v 61 'WIC' Ninth Grade French touch ign- adds food flair "You need eight arms to eat this stuff," observes Roger Haley downing a tiny octopus at the French students' Christmas dinner as Marian Marcero tests Pescargot fsnailsl. . J W , :I ! ' V39 f mgsfkv ' .LH W' w ,,sQ w. 4' A , 'U N . bf Q-- , 1 Lori Stone +1-fi - ffm - -A T51 T -1 . 'Q It ' A Ag 'QA f jk-A J. Q' ,f Mike Stoutenburq I j gl A EP' gf Ron Strohm T -5 4 '1 , Rick Strain 1 Q f X it f ' F A1 S M i cm te't ' .5-r Y If-T e Q ' . l 5, , r V i "bi 5 " , , F it ,hx A' r 'W Cindy Stronq F., M' A- ,A T ,,'x 5 , Don Suter , H' 'L g' W Kris Swanton , 3,1 ' fu. vi' , 1 x I : F 1. , , h A L b ef' Iern Swine crrt 3,3 T P 'si 9 'A Bob Tcrlbot A ,rw "N 5 ', 'u':"i 69,31 I ne..-zi p, - ', 2:1 H ,r1,w,,LA, rm . , , -f T .A 5 n 4 ' A 2... 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I A , in pe L -v K' l ,1- 'R I' 1 el K 64 A ll , - y, it BrianWei1 I 4 I IQ, :A ll wp 1, ,Ag i f W , I I , 1 5 i L ,fi Y 'ff ' ,t,. ., f fig i -, !, 1 U 1 W .el ' l 4 K nv A Q l 3- 1 R W IYL ,r. I' t ,. he , N 1 1 I XX F? 1 M t X we , '- : . ,' fi is is-H I -t" zf,-M T' t N if ,, . if it X 4 G N 4532? ' l Bill Welch Brian Wells Steve Wendland Sally West Larry Wheatley Donna Wherritt Gwen White Roger White Sandy Whitney nil? l l'W"'l ll 7 l '1 5 ' -L A Q f Ierry Williamson 1 - IN tk ll! , A ,1 154 fvfw' 1. Teresa Wilson g ilt? v' y t J 4. T Pete Wiltfang 'V , T W- ' il Rick WOHC11 , ag 14 W Mwk wood ,,A-aff , f V 'rfb -- 5 Y- ,J A il' W ' W iff' Q ' is-W L -1 ' Reggie Wood 'iefF1- - 4 , I , l iff: 'Q 1 -l Wayne Wood -:va - fb A .4 qi It Q, l' 1 i Bill Wooderson fj f' h Y, Denise Woods ,Qi ' ,Q fi, y It taxi: Brian Wright l ,N lg A Q y- tigwijf ,eng In ,ig tg. : W m gt L Rohm Yost W M its L 1 I Greg Zamenski ' 'A ,, l M Mark Zernke W . s., " J im omg zirkie My fs. 't l 5 1 fi Doug zoiiner " D bb' Z l h if ' - 9 le ue C Could Dave Reid be sending the Candy- if e Gram to his secret love at the Sadie "ry li l b Hiawkins Dance? Bob Corbett takes his , K Ks ' 5 - order while Jadine Ballard tries her sales Larry Zurbrick Ninth , Eighth Grade talk on Greg Zamenski and Rhonda Smith. Candy is sweet treat Charles Abate Larry Abeare Louie Abraham Penney Agar Garry Aldred Cindy Alexander Debbie Alexander Mark Alford Sharon Allan Debbie L. Allen Glenn Allen Brian Anderson lan Anderson Karen Anderson Patti Anderson Tina Anderson Bob Angel Yolanda Anzures Linda Applin Bob Armstrong Stanley Ash Kathy Ashby Greg Bailey Bill Banks Donna Baranoski Eighth Grade l AQLJI ,,.l-," H X 'Q . t Wcexxkxvgzlt 4 v y y 5 ifv , -N ' Wy 11 if i ffl 'f il 'J R , j ... , , mi " si' J: af. '., I9 ,- 'L In X Q24 t A ,': RX' X K N E .. .7 I ' 1 lc ff I. ' .gg-N '- ff' 'P 'Til Q, f K'-.aif-3' aj' , G .' A fi, 5 A M fini: J - - Law in - 'P cngj, 1. 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T x 'fm fg, , 1 Jeff Barqer Carla Barnhill Martha Barry Karen Bartenbaker Loren Bass Tom Bateman Denise Bates Valerie Batt Steve Beal Cheryl Beaver Ioan Becker Iohn Beilfuss Georqe Bellairs Sandy Bellant Mike Bennett Amy Berqernann Iohn Beyette Craiq Birch Dennis Bishop U IoAnne Blades Ioyce Blevins David Blum Steve Blythe Delores Bolton Carol Booth Pam Booth Iohn Borders Terry Bouford lack Boyce Terri Boylan Bill Boyle Debi Bradley Dayna Bradshaw Mike Braqq Mary Brarnan Mary Kay Brauer Sally Breeding Brenda Bridges Kim Broadwater Ioya Brooks Bill Brown Greqvor Brown Steve Brown Sue Brown Charles Bruce Scott Bruske Karen Buettner Cheryl Burqdort Lori Burns Shawn Burns Iohn Burnside Steve Burrill Donna Campbell Drew Campbell Scott Campbell Vicki Campbell Anna Caplinq Kevin Cappell Brian Carey Bill Co:rie Sue Carie Chris Carrier Dave Carter Fran Caswell C. I. Cavalier Sharon Centilli David Chakroff Steve Chambers Loraine Charter Cathy Checkley Eighth Grade -wh Qt, 5. A 535 ...ge-'hui I ' 1 1 N I X ,LP fax, J", ' ' -- , rpgl5l'li1wf W 1:53 l -,jf nj, , ' ' Y hu i w lin 'ww I al A if 'I ssl- 5 X 1+-u ,I rl- Y, J alt i 1 -, ,- th F W nA 4, r' l 2. I 6 1 mu -553 I " 1 ,N-Al , ff,, 'EJ 1 -, 5 Q Ser, ,-1 f Q J J V' In , 1. I v u 1 - -: 9 My U All t 5 fl' P' t 15 W , ,., , 'fry' itll T v t' 52 fi lx 7 4 Ji' I . A21 - ' ll... la X ' me t I sl 1 75:5 'K kyy' lggil- r vw' th. it 3. ...ff 1 S Ylx 1 . ,. Y xr. I X V 7- 11. ' ' " "l ' ' ., ,ff l- 4' '. iffifilf' R . '1 TV? "W ls nf Ki 1 bf:-:iv M sn? ries' if gg! N X ' X it :,: "E35?Tt'! il "I it ' l V LH Pep assembly arouses spirit Lots of enthusiasm and spirit a1'e required at an eighth grade pep assembly, and both these qualities are displayed by Anna Capling, Kathy Collom, Mary Braman, Karen r Husband, and Ann Filka. 67 1 5.41 in 5 lim 3 all ' f N Yr Ka- pi ' gh t lil El X . gig' i -IN , , x '.', 'W' li , 55" --- tr. v V5 Pdf, ,AP ae wb wi ' V., 4?,,,i. Q aa ....., l .,. , my ,wan H. 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XJ if-at is Gary Chiesa loAnn Christie Liz Clark Don Clasman lim Clauser Iacquie Colqan Lee Collard Linda Collier Mitch Collins Kathy Collom Patty Comas Andy Condon Dianne Conibear Tom Conkle Lynette Conklin Cindi Cope Lonnie Corkum Shar Corkum Karen Couqhlin Debbie Crerner Bryan Cronk Audie Cross Cheryl Crothers Iackie Crystal Sue Danielsen Tim Darling Benqy Davis Martha Davis Rob Davis Cherie Dempster Roxanna Dennis Debbie Deo Lucy Deuman David DeVauqh Renay Dillon Mike Dixon Pat Dixon Bill Douthitt Brett Doyon Ianet Doyon Neither rain, sleet, hail, nor snow shall ever halt the constant bicycler. Gary Pelton, Tony Young, and Rion Gibson tihmk their mode of travel is ideal on any kind of day. Dawn Drendall Leo Drinkwine Andy Duke Alice Easterlinq Marilyn Edwards Fred Eisele Sheila Elkins Ieff Elston Forest Elwell Dave Epperson Rena Essiarnbre Sandy Estleman Cathy Evans Steve Everett Douq Ewing Donald Fall Kim Fanqel Sandy Fasi Dave Fellrny Kirk Fields Eighth Grade' 11..e W" X , wx N95 ,QD Q1 .llmxi 1 iff' m l ty- N ..-57"-5 -E . 5 Q1 -Vi Rh 7 , -N Q. 1 11. L11 1 Z,-1:1 ffl - 'Tl' 'z 'vlv .I "3 m Transportation defies weather X Aff - 'fb .E I ini. I tm-viii it -ntl 1 ' lx ,ff 1 6 J- J 1 W pr., Y.: 5 'fn b in -v . I 1 1 ' l . . W or -5 K 1 if " ,I , K 1111 jqlfl 1' il' r M , x i ' is A NZ jlw 1'- Ann Filka Bill Findlay Mickey Finn -Dennis Fisk Tim Fitzpatrick .. .,., '1- Wi . ah Q J Ji .- IT' ai 1 W, 5 ,- H 14'-4 . -,- H J 1 HT." A x . . xi Q11 Q 7 7 1 1 ll x .E '-H111 -1 1 asf' 1 L L J A - '1 ' 'fl 'Q K K. 'Ir' 'LN "'if1 3 Wil . ,'.- A. ii" A ' J - 1 3 ' .11 " AM! 3- 1 ir mf, ,,1' 1 1. W ll ' 115,u'! any 1s X ,- viii 357' ' 1 4 lx 1 1 1 E J! 69 s o Zi-g?.?l Y. A , .s if i I if , '1' ,gg , 915,0 1 A- ! gill. ' -if 'Z -'A'-"1 if 1 . In it Z1 fkrfq-. , 5' rrsf , ' " I-fi ' Lfri I " 'l""'f ff Mi lfs Ve :sig fig' To create mas Dance, aids Dennis 70 v gym! '1 . 5 Y V' ' F L H 1 .5 ., 1' --':5,5':, 'UF ,. ,Z4 "S ' ' in A Y' t N53 if-Qi Debbie Garrison Chris Gcfult Dcxle Geng Iohnny George Ron Gibson , , A r . I' if ' l 1' A , , LLM , 5 i. .- ,Q , 5 r r x ravi? , V --e. J: E fix FA -5? ' r 21- ' T H51 r. 'X 1A -"'4' -' 1 i - "-9f".,"' 1' , cY'!5":-mf ' '-Lid 3 ' Ni -I V T J. ' H5-"1 'ii QI "' F"-' . . 'nf ,rr Ni A 113. ' it - f ,W MQ s" F fffli Fig' ,r -1 'K' ' 1, ' the proper atmosphere for the dressy Christ- "The Holly and the Ivy," Kathy McConnell Fisk in decorating the cafetorium. F 4. ' I ,M Y rl! 5 iris glllulff f f if ,,-.- L 9 ff, l lx. ! ifgN"Q.Y, Eighth Grade Rick Foggigno Elaine Forster Thelma Founictine Carol Fournier Keith Frcrley Robin Freemcm Ruth French Debbie Frick Stephen Fritz Paul Fry Peggy Fulrner Kathy Furlong Storr Furmcm Ron Gctddis Sharron Gcrrboviiz Helping hand adds sparkle Dennis Gidcumb Teri Giles Tim Giles Tom Gintz Terry Godschalk Dennis Goodson Ieff Gormly Reed Goulet Gary Graf Ritchie Gravelle Cheryl Green Ruth Green Teresa Green Marty Grennier Mike Griffis Brian Groozt Pam Gruno Pat Guerrero Ioe Hadley Vicki Haqaman Iane Haqler Diane Hakala Debra Hall Freda Hall Cindy Hamil Stephanie Hancock Vernon Haney Cindy Hankins Rod Harqraves Kurt Harrington Greq Hatcher Richard Hatfield Barbara Hawkins Glenn Hayden Shawn Hearn lim Hefner Robyn Helms Torn Helms Dawn Hemphill Charles Henson Elizabeth Hepburn Nathan Herkowitz Dave Hester Andrea Hewitt Dan, Heym if few 1 gg 431:39 V -'W W IQ' , I l im H r sl 3, 5---sua, , 'W F'-7 ' ll ' iii ' 'L .J ii' L , S f i h . . 11' iq lf? V ii' 'Q' ' 4 2 fi-4 F 'ff ww f? v M ' JP? 'F 11 W lil: Z l M 5.2592 tl. C it ":,' ' iff-fgx. i ,,I.1. . 'X in l H 'l . H J f an 1 ,w gil w gl wh 1-4 ,J . H 1 fl' it IL 'xii ' lr, 'S W1 Q- N 'I -:gui Aga. '-bias, X 9 L fs- , P' Z if- Vi S5 '1- 1 Z I ,QV LES , W ,n .. ' ,-411 f . lr 'N fa 1 -YY - ,E ' -S ,- 3 ! , Z! t S. A ' 'ig-Qvll1l. :ag .E mi v,i.p4Hwnlqmf-,E N. ww , 'nf p ea ,J 'QM -. , 'Ls -L4-af X- in rftiff ig ' I , ,, L- ' sg .,. is -.-1-vim-. i , h ,.-, gfiivlx ' ' v..'livy,LL, I ' " In 1 Q 153 v -J' -1 Ki .1 F Q N IA .XS 'J 'Fi 1.x-x x QV gn 1 ' lvl A f w , I 1 .,.,., . ..:'.f' A ff. t 'l Mg ,:., 2 ,.,. V 3 Q 5. l h I t ' MA' 1 f :Z Y Sl' st. i I KI I gl.'l'gu,,w,q, i t Q t "". .1-, . 2 I X - A lv hx x xx I x ,.- -ali' ,, 1 su. RQ 4 ' ,' l YT 'V v . '-5' iw ..- Q 'P W i 71 I V-, ,PEZ l L ' A wwf , 'UUE 1 t M teatttif Eighth Grade f. ' ' Y'y JLJNK vga v ,inn M' .V , A -in Q ga ,l il A -'W -, f' f Bi -Q M i s x , 1 1 fs v'l .fl ,f 5334 Lffly'X xl v. H Q 99 li rillll 4 X- " ,, H ri "E YQ! T : AH at ' 3 n. ,t as 1 5 , vt A , qi:v?:g.t' I sr W 5 W, -v. V 5,751 I ws , 'ss 'f' 5 HI fi- I: V "' "" filf 5 Hu. , '... fi ' 5 ' Dan Higginbottorn Patti Hildreth Wayne Hill Kathy Hitchcock Dave Hodge Kelly Hogan Rita Holloway Terrie Horton Dale Houck Kyle Houston Pat Howard Dave Howe Vicky Howe Don Huddleston Bonnie Huemiller Cris Huemiller Patty Hunter Theresa Hurst lcm. Hurteau Karen Husband Cathy Hutchinson Terri Ish Cindi Isles Iohn Iackson Kathy Iacobs Couples dominate scene -Cindy Schwab and Dennis Starnes are content to wvatch the action at the Sadie Hawkins Dance while Mary Brarnan and Mike Warchock seek to join it. Martha Barry seems to be looking for her partner. 72 Dan Iacobson Ioni Iakel Karen Iakobowski Mark Iames Marlene Iankowiak Chris Iantz Lee- Ienkins Debbie Iennings Berylann Iohnson Curtis Iohnson Iack Iohnson Iulie Iohnson Lee Iohnson Marty Iohnson Merle Iohnson Myra Iohnson Scarlett Iones Rick Iordon Larry Kalis lohn Karbginsky Ioe Katchka Sue Katip Valerie Kaufman Debbie Kazakos Brooke Keating Ieff Keith Bob Kidwell Cathy Kildow Dale Kingsbury Mary Kirk Dennis Kirklin Kevin Kirkpatrick Mike Kittles Tom Klein Kerry Konzer Kathie Koop Denise Koren Don Krause Mary Krohn Mark Krywko Steven Kulesza Bob Kunkle Rodger Ladd Vicki Lafnear Rod Lalfountain if .- -f. . ' N 'Qld A N . x xx . I -gi wa' X 'IQ K 1 I wi f V ' "' .L F ,V QL, -1- Q. if W L' t 1 6 L ' PAQ! ' ' '- : Ay ' r , wx ,' -- 1 . . M: I tx - A X dmll 41.5 . i N ' . L -' .-,.,, .Lv Tl: ,V J, A .. J VT " , Fl f, t k, Jrrtmlvwy . . f N , 9 '- ,N r rr iv I .aj , Il L ...N .r- . 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E .. .i , 7 ' nv LF.i"'A ip 12, 1 L "F, ' Q v,f."4gzWY F 1 , ' 4' 7 114 Q L 1 Wi A A 12 Q- Q -4 , iv 1 .1 'ilbif-,fs 1., .,.. 1 '-1--'i l 1 t Lx ' Q 1- Dan Lovelace Eighth Grade Pam Lucarelli Karen MacDonald Cleo Lane Keith Lane Sheri Lane Curtis Larqent Karen Larive Carl Larm Patty Larr Tom LaTurneau Donna Leece Rick Leibler Tim Lemaster Rod Lemons Ianice Leptinsky Rose Lesh David Lessel Anita Lewis Carol Lewis lane Lewis Karen Lewis Kim Liley Gymnast stunt place for talk The perfect place for telling the latest gossip is finally found by Myra Johnson and Cindy Throop, who make good use of the time spent practicing headstands. Iohn MacKay B111 Makr Iohn Makrras Karen Mangen Marcra Marcero Eno Markell Rod Markham R1Ck Maroney Brad Mortm Bob Mar lndale Sue Mortrnson Larry Mason Davrd Mcrttoon Cynthla May Tom Mayne Dan McCauley M1ke McC1enah en Ilm McDonald Mark McDonald Rod McMahon Terr Mellema Tom Melton Sandy Mendham Kun Menghrni Carol Mercer Ieffery Merrlit Debb1e Mrchaef Dave M1Ck1SW1CZ Robm M1dd19fOH Greg Mrller Pam M111er Steve M111er Kay Moore lane Morqcm Bob Morley Deb Moms Mary Mote Mrke Motsmqer Stacey Muller Debble Murdock Pat Murphy Rrck Murphy Chrrs Murrell Dave Myas Paula Myers 1 Qu, if vi x X PWA: JP K-up-ATE V? ,,"'1 L5 'I V r ,ve U LA. 3492 La sl. ,xx arf 'MJ ns Ks M14 X CEE 5 A 4' K 0 airy, I 75 we ' V ' ' ""' Q r fr r - r y . n I Uv, X A I A V H, I - 5: Q AA hu - 1, U -.3.v. H ffl , H I ' Q '-if! r l.E1Q F . . . 5 ' " "Hi Vi ,j ' " , ' ff' ' " ' K . WI' E. if Q I 'a X ff GZ", -s - ' Q 4 ' 4- ' ' ' 'f ' ' ' - . 4 , r .8 1 f - Q. J Q. ., 47 Y ., Q: M LW -an N 1... l X ' p , V. 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Ion Plummer Ruth Pollick Shelley Porter Kandy Preston Russ Ann Preston Shirlee Proctor Deborah Pullis Iohn Raqatz Debbie Ravens Debbie Reed Rick Reed Robb Reid Brenda Rentsch lack Rexford Sandy Rexford Rick Reynolds Brad Rice Maryann Rich Tom Richardson Keith Ricksqers Leah Roberts Ieanne Robinson Diane Roehl Mark Rogers Monie Rohrer Fred Rood Duane Ross Iohn Rossetto Mike Rossi Dick Rottenberk Kim Roy Karen Ruffatto Rhonda Runyan Mary Rust Kathy Ryan Iirn St. Arno Richard Salkeld Tony Santos Rick Sartell Robert Sasser Karen Scarlett Rob Schcnrf Sue Scheuerrnann Karen Schiffner Vicki Schimp tt ,K .V ,N nf-f N. 1, . Vt rp5kftl'U9MY u" , 't J ' 5: LB.. . ' 5-I!! X A - 'ti' L. N .t X '., ," .1 , r A T' t ,'.v.s.. r .A-W ' if with r rqiufv . vi-tvegtll' l r l .1 ' Hr. .I 54 vi M ' .4519 A 'yin F7 rl' ,, 'I Gif I .2 ' ,V x rtt It , . g- 'U 2 4 V M 55155 I tt' ' L1 ---r' ' if N f, ' '--f 5 .. . f ., M m 5 1 - r - L .. 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St e W , v as fr pl Pg! ll Q U... 7 Charlie Schncrke Dori Schncxke Cheryl Schulz Cindy Schwcrb Ccrthie Scott Ioyce Scott Debbie Scrivens Sue Sebrinq Don Seeterlin Mary Selep Bcrrbcrrcr Selinq Mike Shcrfer Douq Shecxrer Shari Shelton Madeline Shepard Ierry Shopkin Molly Shorts Chris Sicrno Chris Slcellenqer Kim Skrobeck Robin Slade Cindy Smith Ioe Smith Liz Smith Lu Ann Smith Mark Smith Merry Smith Ron Smith Steve Smith Tim Smith Tom Smith Vicki Smith Debbie Solheim Denise Souriall Brenda Southard lack Sovereiqn Tom Sowerwine Bob Sowles Leslie Spaysky Donna Speccrs Ricke Spencer Mike Spring Dennis Starnes loe Steele Dave Stein Sue Ste-panski Becca Sterritt Debbie Stewart Beth Stireman Cinda Stites Debbie Stump Robert Surre Steve Sutherland Ford Sutton Debbie Sweet Randy Sword Tim Taife Liz Tallent Cheryl Taylor Darrell Taylor Cheryl Teal Dave Terry Priscilla Theriault Becky Thompson Bob Thompson Becky Thornton Cindy Throop Randall Tilson Tom Titsworth Karen Turnbull N t, WI, 'W 'tif ' I its- 1 1 fu .N 1 f tx- - 4 :, .1 at , . tm t ', V v it it ' - 1 t t 'u...'. 1-I '-" lf, .t. : ' l t X T V: S, 'T 'F ls, 4 l" ri-it 1 elf Wil' , "tilt -. .U V l 'U' t -,-4'1" ' t: ' 1.41 1 ,Vx if -k T' --df A .fi-rt 5 l 3 4 is ' H L ,.,? 15 P ff? 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Among the crowd Debbi Patterson, Stephanie Granfors, Dawn Weedon, Kevin Wall, and Laurie Walsh, dance to the music provided by the Harpo Jets. 80 Diane Vachon Viola Valdez Chuck VanFleieren Denise VanGordon lawn Van Norman Roger VanPioekel Boy Vartabedian David Vasquez Iohn Vega Doug Verlee Sieve Visco Stephen Visniski Mark Vogel Randy Vore Mary Wallace Sharyl Walsh Mike Warchock Bolo Wareck Rod Warner Ed Warniz Stacy Weaver Paul Wegman Denise Weikle Bob Weyhing Diane Wheeler Paul White Vicki Vlfhitehead Lee Ann Wilkinson Brad Williams Doug Williams Leslie Williams Iames Wilson Rob Wolven Shelly Wonch Debbie Wood Michele Woodhull Donna Woods Michael Worland Bob Worsham Marty Wrobel Diane Wyant Cindy Yenqlin Bob Young Kathy Young Tom Youngquist Debbie Adams Stan Aiello Lisa Aittama Greg Aldrich Ruth Allard Kim Allen Paul Allen lim Amann Larry Anderson Mike Anderson Denise Androws Charles Archer Mike Armstrong Ed Arnold LaDaWn Baade Dennis Bacon Torn Baier Lori Bain Roberta Baker David Barker 'if Ni- -' -Q w- I I w ' L" hi-I ' - E1 in-1" : VA"" 4 gig. b l f full' L L 4 in iw . f--wir rv All SX wi, 1 A l L ir. -A l 'K J A kiw i' .ng :T A- . ,x Q Nrftf-' ,wif I Seventh , ,Sit J ' ' Q--x it 1' ls- A q .111 'B ir ' ,J T - 4 5 . gh , .Y :AJ Us il -I' 1 A ,7 5 in Q L' vi:- 'wav f 4 il 'X X I Q. . im X fc ! 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J I l HN ER ,. ,. ft . ,,'. ww - 5.3 4' A' t ' fu ,rg Dennis Batten lohn Bauer Mike Beach Donald Beck loe Belisle Kevin Bell Maureen Bell Bob Berard MaryAnn Berg Lori Berryman Larry Best Dorann Bianco Tammi Bigelow Pam Bilyeu Tina Birch Bill Blades larnes Blodqett Cindy Blouin Robin Blum Margie Blust The scene opens wlth He1d1 D1ck and her puppet fmends rn the woods on a beautxful sunny afternoon and the puppet show Macbeth begms Members of the cast are her own creauon Marqle Bollan Kay Boomer Steve Booth Crouq Boroff Iacquehne Bourqoyne Karen Bowker B111 Bowles Susle Boyce Blcky Boyd Pat Boylan KTISS Bozek Lmda Bradley Sue Brauer Sheree Brauher Steve Broche Gordon Brooks Barb Brown Bob Brown Helen Brown Geno Brush lean Brush Crcuq Bruske lane-t Bryan Randy Bryan Ellzabeth BuJel Iohn Burqdorf Hlchard Burger Blcky Burke R1ck Burket Bryan Burlmq Tom Burhng Debra Burme1ster Maureen Burns Dennls Burl: left Burt Renee Burton Beth Cahape Val Caldwell hm Campbell rw? 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Kathy Campbell Steve Carie Lisa Carrier Jennifer Carter Mike Cattell Steve Cavender Kathy Caverly Richard Chakroff Michael Choler Sharon Chrisrnan Scott Clauser Rod Clifton Diane Coffey Terri Coker Mark Collard Sue Collins Andy Combs Larry Comparoni Ioni Cooper Rick Corry Mitchell Cosselman Vicky Cowan Larry Coyle Sherjyl Criies Debbie Cross Brian Crowley Cindy Crutchfield Gordon Cryderman Denise Curtis Barb Dando lim Darling Ray Daugherty Chuck Davidson Bob Davis Cindy Davis Gerre Davis Gwen Davis Marinda Davis Ieff Decker Cindy Dernbek Carrie Dennis Sherry Detkowski Karol DeVito Heidi Dick Carmelo Dominquez Sieve Dowell Brian Downs Susan Doyon Tammy Dubre Denise DuVall Iefi Dworin Mark Easley Kevin Edwards Pam Edwards Terry Edwards Seventh Grade 7 2 1. ' ,411 . 1 l Q ' :ijt A ,A 1 Uh " tl .. 1k 1 yr. I, X I Disaster area entry unsafe at any speed 7. .ig , 1 It Q .1 'W' 1 -14 , L 1 1-1 e 1 . . if . X i 35' 'Ei-ff Q 5 1 1 1 Qyglt, ' ffgrglnqfiiii., xr' 1 . ' 7:1 1i3ff'1-lf . 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Debbie Filka Gary Fitzhenry Christine Fitzpatrick Glenda Flath Cheryl Fleisher lanet Fleming lim Fleming Robbie Fleming Gary Fletcher Robin Follis Stephen Foster Edward Fountaine Colleen Foyle Pat Francis Dennis Franks Kathy Franz ludy Frazier Paula Freeman Mark Fritz Mary lo Froling Richard Fulkerson Ieff Gaddis Debbie Garbovits Sandy Gardiner Billy Garrett Tammy Garrison Geoffrey Gelow Mary Ge-low Debbie Gibbs Iohn Gibson Debbie Gifford Mark Gisse Allen Glasenapp Michael Glen Sue Glen Ronald Gobler Charlie Godfrey Rod Golding Ron Gordon Darlene Graf Marlene Graf Stephanie Granfors George Green lerry Greer Tom Gresehover Seventh Grade Alumni earn fine welcome An unsuperstitious crowd, venturing out to the Bad Luck Bash, swings to a bizarre night of sound brought to them H by the Harpo Jets. The group includes Tony Combs, Jeff 1 Deeks, Bob Stark and Mike Durrett, all former Mariners. Arlin Griffith Karen Griffith Duane Grondziak Marlene Groth Dan Grubert lulie Haqler Darlene Hakala Bob Hall Elizabeth Hall Bobbin Hall loseph Hamilton Linda Hamilton Greg Hampton lackie Hanewacker Russ Haney Scott Hankins lim Hanley Randall Harqraves Dennis Harrington Cindy Harris Dolores Harroun lanet Hart Beverly Hasler Paula Hastinq Scott Hausrnan Linda Hawkins Lori Hayden Bill Healy Wayne Hefferon loe- Hefner were V Q ., Y gg. "zip ,, Q" ,av "' A . . 'Q 'J' ' 51,75 3 . P if yi J- l 4. F ,i x X I ' l. V ef-it l .N .l C , ' ' ' , x i.:"2f sX M if wk . I J 5 Q' V' .ral v X el- JN L: x at 'il , YZ X. . ' ,, ' A , ,vkf rl, df . -. " . D' " l , '3 7' N 1 i ! 3. . gy: ' 1' 'i x f J' Ia V wg? Q ' A N i 5 5 , V . 'Ml f ar e ' Q u H- .,, ,, H L ....L....... ,f ill 'Q QL f' J" 1 1 F Inn y "Q if' lb. A ' rl 1 " ww., 3' -4: .V I.. 'ggfw '57 , , 1 Q .I Q' :AA I .wffffb H.-f te ug D' .,- 1 filgix K q V 1 Q It ll A aj S , L 1 . 'W t l ' 1 R tail!" f . "" Ti M A A Sandy Helms H i g ill ? ff ..-ji Mabel Henry J'1' 5 r Charles Henson i it , it R eH i 15222 liiiilindez -'-'- wx-V I1 g e -:---, Tx I mi :A V i 1' is X' so ,Q Gail Hiqqinboitom if :-: ell,' X Hi? T 'lzi l,- Q ChUrleS.Hm iffii. 1' iff, 'G Holly H111 i ig 'l.,, , , "" j , 'I , A Hg- A f Gary Hockey " 'lrl 'i 9 1 LUFW Hockey iii :rt inq- 1' Q . ' his .9--r 1---:A iii .-I., . - -we 1 1. r .-, Za., .Q 'Fi H if l 88 4 in ef ', Q xi ,439- . W P 4. i' L:?'?xl , Agar, Q by 8 J hd A G Seventh Gracie Early activities center around lockers, friends In no rush to leave, a morning chat perks usp Karen Muse Betty Jo Whitmore, Gail Shelly, and Jim Ward before classes 1 ' " - Russell Hockey ' -leg PM . 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K B ,Q L 2 G n Lin Lawton Sherri Leach Randy LeClair Bob Lecours Marie Lecours Bob Lee Laurie Lemaster Charles Lengyel Del Lennox Greg Lewis Vicky Lewis Kenny Liley Cindy Limbaugh Patty Livermore Leann Lloyd Sue Longstreth Gary Looney Cindy Love Thomas MacKay Randy Madrigal Henry Madsen Carol Mangen Kevin Manning Stanley Mansfield Lynn Mariner Becky Markham Nancy Marshall Tracey Marshall Bill Marston Barbara Martin Debbie Martin Michele Martin Dorinda Martinson Kevin Mason Kay Massie Greg Matthews Dan McAllister Sharon McCarrick Paul McClain Tad McClellan Colleen McConnell Kathy McConnell Pam McCullough Peggy McCurdy Cathy McCutcheon Pat McDonald ff, U 1--, "X ' XAL- -N l . i Iecmcmne McGhee ,V :W k in l -i "" ' ' . A J Robert McGinnis ,M R , l ,I lun- i xx H Mike Mclntosh Wg , gil ' 'd L Paul McKinney . Denise McLcIuqh1in ' fait' U Dcm McWilliams hu-"M ' L k ix A' 'L -0 2'- Mc1rqc1retMegiveron ,D I V f . Charles Melchiorre K X ' ,S ' W U 2 ' .. Q, ' i ,.,, NY : 1. xx ,.-r-a-. Seventh Grade Handy stop for chat, supplies Paper and pencil, the most essential materials, are sought quickly between classes by talkative Darlene Richardson, Arthur Garcia, and Joe Belisle. Holly Kojima patiently waiits her turn for assistance from dary Com- paroni and Cheryl Secord. Pegg Y Menqhini Mcrrty Menter Everett Mero Mike Merritt H R ,gnu 1 ,L Rick Meizoicm 0 dvi l l I ,, Kay Meyer V jr, i"Q.'1 ,, V ail ,Zi Gary Miller H: M E Kathy Miner , S ' 1' ' - Liscr Miller . Scott Miller M A R Rick Minccrd fi l ' 'Qe'1:5.lj t - I 11322 Moore M R i iiivi i e Moore , l' ' V . i ii R aifiw fi n. l , ' 'EL I ? u. ,ar , , 'sl ' 1 X, HA' id X X 'li ' ill ,-, X ,ik V kk Su W Ii!! PSM? it in W. 91 ,qv if -A .-455 fff , ,. ,fd Q ij.. fi y ,Z I ,,,A fy, 4 5 ' P li 1 ' 4, : ge--if-L , -ee me -vi K? -.7 . T., ,, ,. f. eu. 5 Q 1 -.u-. e i a. i ii 1 1 --- fe.,, si ' . "" N K ,,f :Vi Q: 1 ii wi X .... ...A, J ' n .fn . E x Y .ee . 3 Q 1 Q5 " rl. i i, iii- ,i N N t 1 ix? 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Pc' ,..I 'il-1 1 Nm 1 sw '32 Motivation, cmd fuel tor power, mcrintcrin the velocity for a successful mission. Athletes supply the needed energy which will determine cr victory. PORTS Ninth Grade Football Team sets great record It Was a very good year for the ninth grade football team. ln tact, the best it ever had! A-41 Their spirit and stamina carried them to an impressive 4-3 record. The team's election of most valuable players resulted with Rob Watson as MVP. Also elected to receive awards were Prob, again, for Most Valuable Linemanp 'lim Throop and Gary DeVar for Most Valuable Backs: and Rob Baer for Most Improved Player. Some of their brqqer Wins were aqainst Walled Lake Western, 20-Op Bloomfield West Hills, 30-6: and Swartz Creek, 28-12. They also trounced Crary 8-2. Ninth Grade Football Team. FRONT ROW: Larry Wareck, Don Drussel, Jim Berden, Bob Brooks, Jim Mackay, Jim Throop, Charles Branson, Robin Hunt, Roger Blust, Mike Umphrey, Doug Ewing, manager. SECOND ROW: Mike Stoutenberg, Steve Motzny, Joe Calme, Steve Cross, Tom Tatu, Randy Tassi, Tom Clifton, Kevin Gerndt, Dave Gardner, Roger Haley, Bill Wooderson. THIRD ROW: Mr. John Saum, coach: Brad Starkvveather, Rob Watson, Roger Dewar, Jim Ravens, Garth Weedon, Rod Carter, Gary DeVar, Larry Bate, Mike Caverly, Ron Arnold, Rob Baer, Tom Earl, Kim Best. Missing from picture are Dave Janes, Mike Lemaster, Kerry McLean, Steve Tarpening, Dan Vanicelli. 100 A.. An attempt by the opponent to gain yardage is halted by Mariners Jim Rlavens, Bob Brooks, and Roger Blust C72J. gf: ' A ,... 1969-70 FOOTBALL RECORD Ninth Grcxde Mariners Opponents 28 Swartz Creek 12 8 Crorry 20 14 Bloomfield Hills 20 20 Walled Lctke Western 0 30 Bloomfield West Hills 6 18 Pierce 20 20 West Bloomfield 12 Won 4 Lost 3 He's at the 15, the 20, the 25 . . . Nobody ever catches Don Drussel C465 when he starts to run with the ball. He is assisted here by Steve Motzny C305 and Mike Umphrey C705. Charging in to assure a tackle, Larry Wareck 1665, Don Drussel, Roger Blust 1765, Mike Umphrey 0125, and Bob Brooks block the way for the oall carrier. Too late to save Don Drussel from West BloomIie1d's blocker. is galloping Jim Throop 6385. Lightweight Football Team. FRONT ROW: Greg Miller, Gordon Meyer, John Makrias, Dave Terry, Kevin Overall, Tim Darling, Max Phelps, Kevin Riley, Tab Roy, Scott Housman, Jett Williams. SECOND ROW: Dave Lessel, Rick Skelton, Bryan Burling, Scott Clauser, Tad McClellan, John Pickett, Dave Myas, Reed Goulet, Gary Ruelle, Duane Grondziak, Bill Bowles. THIRD ROW: Don Huddleston, Chuck VanFleteren, Rod Golding, Jeff Scott, C. J. Cavalier, Andy James, Mark Houston, Larry Rodgers, Scott Taylor, Mark McDonald, Gary Pelton, FOURTH ROW: Mike Merritt, Rod Clifton, Doug Strader, Tim Smith, Terry Penfold, Brad Tuson, Louie Abraham, Bill Carie, Dave Isbell, Rick Hoyt, lVIike Cattell, Greg Narsh, Dave Stoutenberg, Dave Olson, Mr. Gerald Eichman, coachg Ron Gibbson, manager. F' -: P Q. 25 i ' . - .. 4 , f A ' A . ff-ii liv' tw, X' Dil.: GU ,755 "'ii'- Q, ,H ' ' -- 'I-Qin: J 'ears an it?-viii-l53"fB1 Q 1 ff. S", 3'3" if -Saifsafgaa 5-3155-..a.i 45 . Wifi' 411 3 V H . .. 1' 34 gg? A' '.?'? 1?'?Y"25L:. Qljhffv , ,, ,, '- , 1 gg 'ml ., 5 T R .... :af - ' . . T af' l ,.,..,',L,.,,,,,,g... , , --, Y V--A df- , i..,.:. Y-Ag,-lt, ...V y -.-Ng. -fi , 4 . i , -K -is-4.a..'1lLM-vgnz:-l...f L-.4 -f :.Q...e Middleweight F o o t b a ll Team. FRONT ROW: Dave Blum, Jack Kruchko, Steve Cavender, Garry Hull, Jerry Smith, Fred Eisele, Jim Ward, Darrell Taylor, Dale Pickett, Mike Spring, Steve Sutherland. SEC- OND ROW: John Vega, Bill Maki, Dave Barker, Dave Russell, Allen G la s e n a p p, Mark Jacobs, Dan McCauley, John Ragatz, Pat Dixon, Bill Haley. THIRD ROW: Mr. Ed- ward Haley, coachg John Rossetto, Shawn Burns, Bob Wareck, Dennis Goodson, Andy Condon, Rick Reed, Bengy Davis, Kevin Bates, Greg Bailey, Jack Johnson, Paul White, Bill Williams, Gary O'Toole. Heavyweight F o ot b all Team. FRONT ROW: Bob Martindale, Rod Markham, Rodger Ladd, Kevin Bell, Dave Carter, Jim Odil, Steve Visco, Chris Murrell, Joe Katchka. SEC- OND ROW: Mr. Don' Castle, coach, Gary Houston, managerg Dennis Starnes, Dennis Fisk, John Jackson, David DeVaugh, Mark Collard, Mike Gritfis, Doug Verlee, Greg Hatcher, Keith Fraley, Curtis Johnson, Mike McClenahen, Mark James, Tim Taffe. ti! . 102 In his flight for a touchdown, ball carrier Dave Blum is stopped by a Pierce defender. Assisting on the play are Jack Johnson 1763, John Vega 6483, and Paul White C57J. , gl K A .gli A Under the valiant leadership of Coach Gerald 1969-70 FOOTBALL RECORD Heavyweight Mariners Opponents 6 Crary 7 6 Pierce - 18 6 Walled Lake 12 6 Crary 43 6 Pierce 33 Won O Lost 5 1969-70 FOOTBALL RECORD ' Middleweight Mariners Opponents 14 Pierce 0 U - Crazy 30 7- Pierce 6 O . Crary , 34 Won 2 Lost 2 1969-70 FOOTBALL RECORD Lightweight Mariners Opponents 24 . Crary 6 A U A Pierce 14 0 Crazy 14 14 Pierce 0 Won 2 LOS'L 2 Hot on the trail of a Pierce ball carrier are Rod Clifton 6721, Terry Penfold 6311, Dave Myas 6201, and Greg Narsh 6581. The Mason defense strikes again! Here heavy- weight Bob Martindale 6671 and Dennis Starnes haul down a Crary runner. They are assisted by Mike Griffis 6791, John Jackson 6401, Keith Fraley 6721, and Curtis Johnson 6701. Seventh, Eighth Grade Football Competition 6 hampers effort Eichman, the lightweight football team pulled oft a season record of 2-2. Their finest hour was in the first game, in which Crary was severly beaten 24-6. Coach Ed Haley and his mighty middle- weights finished the year with a satisfying record of 2-2. They pulled off some big Wins against Pierce, but unfortunately Crary was on the Mason schedule, and tarnished the mid- dle weight image. Unable to pull outof their slump, the heavy- weights ended the season with a heartbreaking U-5 record. In spite of their bad year, Coach Don Castle commended his players. "Roger Allen made some good runs for us. We also had some good defensive plays by Mike Griffis and Dennis Starnes," he pointed out. Oh, Well, there's always next year. Ninth Grade Basketball HSOI1 l'eCOl'Cl bl"Ok9l'1 twice In any type of sport, winning is always im- portant, but Winning big is even better. The ninth grade basketball team discovered this quite frequently during the season by breaking Mason's high scoring record twicel The cagers, under the leadership of Coach Donald Castle, had a field day in a game against West Hills, defeating them 72-53. Then again, in an away game against West Bloom- field, Mason came out on top once more, 77-56. The Mariners finished the year with a fine record of 10-6. The prowess of the ninth graders' defense speaks for itself. Here Scott Follis, Jim Ravens 6441, Mike Shanks 1127, and Gary DeVar wait for the rebound. 104 Ninth Grade Basketball. FRONT ROW: Larry Wareck, Jim Throop, Jim Ravens, Don Drussel, Gary DeVar, Mike Umphrey, Charles Branson, Robin Hunt, manager. SECOND ROW: Mr. Don Castle, coach: Kevin Gerndt, J oe Shanabrook, Mike Filka, J eff Foote, Mark Johnson, Scott Follis, Mike Shanks, Roger Haley, Steve Tarpening. A11 is quiet, and it's one more point for Jim Throop C507 and the Mason Cagers. Roger Haley 1141, Jim Ravens C44J, and Gary DeVar C115 try to anticipate the rebound. The well-known fact that Mason always racks up the points in a ball game is proven by Jim Thiroop 6501, and again by Gary DeVar Gly, Roger Haley, and Jim Ravens C447. ..,A xx- -5'-114 km- -mg It iii' "' 'Tit Wfjer-fx ,tfif-'ni-237 .age , 41 3.1 , . v,...-,,. H., We i t Z M f.-:- Engl! 'r ff-fwi 4 it 4 .49 ml A S ' 'L' 'fl' "f5iff11l-:Fil tl 51 Tiff' .. " 9" " W-1-rilfwf H ,fi "QW ,g :gn vm 51, Au El E L :Ll "' rig:-L 3, A ' -14 if 'Q 'v , ,. .Q ,,. .. I A V -- if' ,Q 4 'F . , :V 1 ll . . h D , 1 l 1' i F vi: I gv Egfqsgjtgbz ,Q . Q:-F.. . l 1969-70 Basketball Record Ninth Grade Mariners Opponents 50 Walled Lake Westem 34 43 Bloomfield Hills 42 43 Pierce 65 49 East Hills 60 57 West Bloomfield 48 62 Walled Lake Central 55 36 Crary 47 72 West Hills 53 60 Walled Lake Western 62 66 Clarkston 74 64 Pierce 59 64 East Hills 59 66 West Bloomfield 34 58 Walled Lake Central 56 61 Crazy 74 77 West Hills 56 Won 10 Lost 6 105 Seventh, Eighth Grade Basketball Mariners finish on top again 1969-70 Basketball Record Seventh Grade Mariners Opponents 28 Pierce 17 37 Bloomfield East Hills 13 36 Walled Lake Smart 23 37 Crary 15 24 Bloomfield West Hills 28 41 Walled Lake Central 4 44 Bloomfield Hills 28 30 Pierce 16 38 West Bloomfield 24 38 Crary 12 Won 9 Lost 1 Seventh Grade Basketball Team. FRONT ROW: Gary O'Too1e, Rick Hoyt, Tim Weiss, Allen Glasenape, Bob Lecours, Scott Clauser. SECOND ROW: Jim Ward, John Pickett, Doug Strader, Mr. John Saum, coachg Rod Clifton, Mike Merritt, Bob Elam, gcottuTay1or. Missing from picture are Mark Collard, Mike atte . 106 It's a shame there's not a higher spot than number one, because once you've reached the top, you can't go any higher. ln their final game of the season Coach Iohn Saum and his energetic seventh grade team captured the first place title in their division by defeating Crary 38-12. And with a record of 9-1, how can you help being first? Victory abounds on Mason's courts, and While the eighth grade team couldn't clinch first place, they finished in a very satisfying second place with 7 Wins and 3 losses. The players, coached by Mr. Michael Miley, worked hard all year, and their near perfect results speak for themselves. Eighth Grade Basketball Team. FRONT ROW: Doug Ewing, Mike Bragg, Rick Reed, Steve Miller, Doug Varlee, Paul White, Dennis Stmes, Bob Wareck, Bengy Davis, Dennis Fisk, Mike G1-iffis, Shawn Burns, John Rossetto, Roy Vartabedian, Bill Maki. TOP: Mr. Michael Miley, coach. BOTTOM: Gary Houston, man- ager. Missing from picture are Rodger Ladd, Bill Banks, Rick Sartell, Guadalupe Alvarado. Holding his own on the Mason court, Gary O'Too1e C33 fights valiently for the rebound. 1969-70 Basketball Record Eiqhth Grade Mariners Opponents 40 Pierce 47 39 Bloomfield East Hills 35 45 Walled Lake Smart 32 47 Crary 40 18 Bloomfield West Hills 29 50 Walled Lake 35 50 Bloomlield Hills 44 46 Pierce 30 42 West Bloomfield 31 35 Crary 42 Won 7 Lost 3 You ca.n't get the rebound all the time, but eighth grade Mariners Dennis Starnes, Mike Bragg, Mike Griffis 1339, and Bob Wareck C235 give it a good try. 107 Larry Bate shows amazement at the talent of high jumper Gary DeVar as he goes up and over the bar. With a mighty surge of power, Robin Hunt puts the shot under the careful supervision of Joe Shanabrook, Mike Griffis, Sherman Gritfith, and Tom Clifton. 108 -,ten-2 ,357 3? Taking it easy but still holding a steady pace, Larry Bate keeps on runnning in a determined effort to in- crease his stamina. Racing through the woods, Sherman Griffith, Kim Best, and Greg Harper keep pushing to improve their elapsed time. Ninth Grade Track Spirit, stamina help trackmen 1970 Track Schedule Ninth Grade Mariners Opponents - Walled Lake Central -- --L Crary, Pierce lTri-mee-tl -- -- Milford Highland 1 East Hills -1- - Bloomfield Hills l -- West Bloomfield -- -l Walled Lake Westem -1- -l Pierce, Crafty lTri-meet? l- T- West Hills i l- League Meet -1 Although a relatively small amount of boys ca'ne out, the reliability of the ninth grade track team was not decreased in the slightest. Coach Don bastle and his durable squad of trackmen showed that the key to winning is really quality, not quantity. The Winning combination tor the team seemed to be long periods of hard running, with quick wind sprints and calisthenics mixed in between. This, plus plenty of spirit among the members of the team, helped bring a Winning season to the track and field participants of Mason. "Tod-ay the Olympics, tomorrow the World," Dan Va.nice11i chants as he tries for greater distance. Larry Wareck lends support, coaxing him on to a longer jump. l cv X li , ,AJ It's a bird! It's a plzaizej No, it's Dave Fredricksen making like a bird over uh X low hurdles. 109 Seventh Eighth Grade Track l 9 d spikes track season How could you describe the swiftness of the members of the seventh and eighth grade track team? Quite easily, with such words as fast, quick, and blinding, to name just a few. Mason's super-fast, junior sprinters, led by Coach Donald Pence, literally flew down tracks consistently throughout the season. The abound- ing number of rimners that came out won their fair share of meets, plus a few extras just for fun. Most of the success of the team came from hard practice, which included exercise sessions of push-ups, sit-ups, and long periods of sprint- ing and long distance running. With this kind of potential in the early years of seventh and eighth grade, just think of what heights the ninth grade track teams of the future will reach! t ' we , , d 4 , 't' Y . lg" " ' '17-' . ,.,. ,:-323.22 A 1. allhfj .. gee, ' I I it A Y J fd. 1 i U ,M in ,JW I. f,7grrr,4IuY Y 1 I , T' , f' 4.nQa:.4, 4 Setting the pace for the long distance run, speed- sters Dennis Goodson and Bob Wareck sprint to the finish line, followed closely by Paul McClain and Mark McDonald. With the race under way, Coach Donald Pence DQHE Sf-I'ad9I', Mike MCIl1'f0S1'1, SCOU Miller. and John Steen time runners Rod Clifton, Mlke Caffell, and DHI1 Haym- 110 Rlllllllllg the low hurdles IS no easy task as runners Bob Wareck and Steve Sutherland demonstrate to spec ttors M1ke Cattell Jack Everett, and M1ke McIntosh Elghth Grade Track Team FRONT ROW George Be1la1rs John Nxvelt Steve Sutherland Dave Chakroff Joe Hadley John Vega Dave Howe Johnny George Chrxs Skellenger SECOND ROW Forest Elwell Brad Rlce Dan Heym Greg Ba11ey Dan Jacobson Louxe Ablaham Chuck VanF1eteren Kyle Houston THIRD ROW Tom Smlth Dave Hester John Bellfuss Dennls Goodson Bob Wareck M1ke Grxffls Mlke Bragg Tun Taffe M1ke McC1enahen Mark McDonald 1970 Track Schedule Seventh E1ghth Grades Manners Opponents East I-1111s West Bloomheld Plerce Crcfry KTII meetl West H1115 Lectgue Meet Tlmlng and coordmauon are only two of the many v1ta1 factors 1I1VOlV6d ln the hlgh Jump and Jumper Mlke Bragg concentrates on perfectlng both Seventh Grade Track Team FRONT ROW Dave Sebrlng B111 W11l13II1S Doug Strader Rod Chtton Tony Young M1ke Merntt Brlan Crowley MlkP McIntosh Bruce Voltmer Jack Everett Rlcky Burke SECOND ROW Paul MCCIHID John Wagner Dale Zuelch John Plckett Dav1d Russell Tun Welss John Steen Scott M11ler Steve Cavender Steve Kexth Mark Houston Steve Brodle Duane Grondzlak Curt Young Gary Houston manager lll ' , ' 1 ' . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 .. , l I . : , - -an ,ii if 51114341 A 1 I 1 Y ' , Q , - ' n : " . 2 . . 1 ' . 1 1' 1 , 1 1 1 ' ' l Q I " mf' N" if " lQ:,x1Q.,.1'f g H-WP it -i Crcrry, Pierce t'I'ri-meetb -- . 1 "7 Z ' 1 , 1 I 'T'- J A 'i ',., I fp ,t" ' 1 ' , G u . ' D, 0. 1 I 7 I 1 ' ' I 1 ' 1 D ' 1 A ? 'A ' :. . 7 . ' Y . I A 1 . 1 9 1 ' ' Y 1 . Y l ' , 1, I l 7 7 ' u 1970 Baseball Schedule Mariners Opponent -1 East Hills -1 WT Walled Lake Western -- -1 Pierce -l - Walled Lake Central T .-.1 Crqry it 1 West Bloomfield l - West Hills - -- Bloomfield Hills -- T Walled Lake Central T --- Pierce -- i Crm-Y l Baseball Practice is key 110 SUCCESS As the saying goes, practice makes perfect. and upon considering the record of the Mason baseball team, it is apparent there is truth to those Words. Coach Gerald Eichman started his players practicing indoors and out, early in the season, Working on such points as batting, throwing, and game strategy. The team also scrimmaged among them- selves throughout the year, thus developing playing skills under game conditions. These energetic practices molded the boys into a high- spirited, talented, well-playing ball team. 112 John Danules charges to back up third baseman Tim Tynan on the catch. - - 1 IIN- . uw, ,..I 'fvsmw 11?-nf'-Q:-1P 'ff 'L-aw mm- . ,H e.- -, I I - v- sas. ee,.wH1.:.. Wlth the wmnlng battery of Brad Starkweather p1tcher and Steve Cross catcher teamed together for lndoor practlce how can Tom Earl posslbly expect to get a h1t"' Later Brad takes h1s turn m the batter s box and belts out the pxtch of a seemmgly astomshed Mark Johnson Dave Gardner moves H1 qulckly to cover the play 1'-'i E23 'fe -UH- lv x 0 '-,AS-'le wir..-Nfl -XI 'Wh -L 5 'ME ""X F1e1dmg a hard h1t grounder IS no great problem for th1rd baseman Tlm Tynan who scoops up the ball wlth ease Hg.: On deck batter John Danuules seems to hnd the achon m the outfleld more excmng than the battmg talents of M1ke Spongberg 113 Fm-1 sehr J-45? Mn? Nt' SWS l 1 1 V 7 I I ' ' ,. ...N ' v A. N -:mi . . , . , Y - I, RI I 3 , A I ,' -L., . 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Z 1.,-' 1""-.Q-Y ee., A 2-Raef, 's.1.-.:Q ,- K gi. kin.-' 7' ' .Q ' ' - ' ' 'I j'.II,'f"'I:..iQfsr"' ., - .4 I I' ""' '. ' - J- . 1-1---: :I ' ' I I r , V A?'wx -if L3 X A ' .1 ,..: , , "F-I-G-H-T, Fight!" Sh0llt Cheeflead'-WS Kathy George as if some of the crowd may possibly be admiring the and Jadlne Ballard attempting to arouse spirit for cheerleaders' new basketball uniforms instead of prov- the game at a ninth grade pep assembly. But it seems ing their school spirit. Cheerleaders Squads strive to raise pep Pep, spirit, and enthusiasm are all a big part of cheerleading, besides planning, presenting, and attending pep assemblies, clinics, and camp. At Camp All-American last summer, the ninth grade squad Won six ribbons as Well as the fifth place trophy. Eighth graders brought home from camp five ribbons and the Outstand- ing Iunior High award. Planning ahead, the seventh and eighth grade squads sponsored .a bake sale and a dance ,to raise money for the 1970 summer camp session and new uniforms for next year. Ninth grade cheerleaders, imitating the Pierce Pirates, add a little humor to a pep assembly. Konzer, Diane Coffey, Cindy Harris, Sue Collins, Jane See, Robin Blum, Seventh Grade Cheerleaders. Kim PW' Holly Kojirna. 114 Ninth Grade Cheerleaders. .Tadine Ballard, Kathy George, Pam Brissette, Cindy Strong, Kathy Varion, Bev Hulett. Y, gg l "Practice makes perfect," is the motto of seventh grade cheerleaders Holly Kojima, Robin Blum, Jane See, Kim Konzer, Diane Coffey, and Cindy Harris. Overseeing their efforts are eighth grade cheerleaders Sue Sebring, Kim Menghini, Jan Anderson, and Karen Schiffner. Eighth Grade Cheerleaders. Cindy Schwab, Sue Sebring, Jan Anderson, Kim Menghini, Karen Schiiiner. Missing from picture is Cindy Pauly. With pride, cheerleaders Sue Se- bring and Kathy Varion present their trophies, won at camp, to sponsors, Mrs. Sandra Heiple and Mrs. Char- lene Wright. 115 r Come on, Sy, heave," Mr. Tommy McC1erren urges Mr. Sylvester Mowery. The massive materials that arrive daily in the recelving roorn must be distributed to the far corners of the bmldmgn A well deserved coffee break hits the spot with Mr. Jim Lungren and Mr. Ray Ruelle Cafeteria Employees. Mrs. Joyce Markha.m, Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs. Barbara Reed, Mrs. Mary Lou Hakala, Mrs. Dorothy Von Bargen, Mrs. Grace Fourn, Mrs. Lena Lewis, Mrs. Dorothy Strock, Mrs. Margaret Wyzgoski, Mrs. Joann White, Mrs. Barbara Worel. A House custodians. uf F i' A E! V .Q .gi , Carefully counting out change, Mrs. Mary Smith tries to keep up with the pace set by long lines of hungry students. Custodians. FRONT ROW: Mr. Howard Driller, head custo- diang Mr. Emil Fredette, Mr. Harold Hefteron. SECOND School Services ROW: Mr. Mike Bockham, Mr. Paul Kent. Missing from pic- ture is Mr. Harold Benner. 'ff' . VVHGFS the action is Cafeteria Employees. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Grace Hawley, Mrs. Irene Station, Mrs. Joan Going. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Esther Johnson, supervisorg Mrs. Betty Molina, Mrs. Helen Driller. Missing from picture are Mrs. Bernice Seiberg, Mrs. Evelyn Burgdorf. Not all the action was in the classrooms. There is a qreat qroup of people who are not only lively, but interested in Mason. These people are none other than the cafeterians and custodians. Operating the kitchen expertly, the food service employees prepared an average of 1400 lunches per day. The 17 ladies actually served all of these meals in just an hour and 40 minutes. The task of keeping up the building dropped upon the shoulders of the custodians, which consisted of a crew of nine men. Most students and teachers never saw them at Work, but their efforts were obvious to all every day. 117 "Money, money everywhere but not a dime for us," complain sales managers Judy Fritz and Bruce Everett to patrons manager Ross Miller. Their job involves keeping accurate records of all yearbooks sold and all money collected. A new record of 1200 book sales is the achievement of the 1970 staff. Members of the yearbook staff work together to achieve correct copy style and fit. Conierring with typists Jenny Greene and Lana Hackbardt, copy edi- tors Judy Putnam and Jadine Ballard deliver a huge stack of copy to be typed for the printer. 118 ...,J- X. -.... 'l . Every detail must be checked for perfection. Editors- 1n-Chief Lesa Bozek and Gerrie Hill consult the policy guide on consistent layout forms for production editors Steve Motzny, layoutsg Candy Schatzley, paste-upsg and Gwen White, layouts. EDITORIAL STAFF Co-Editors-in-Chief . . . Lesa Bozek, Gerrie Hill Copy Co-Editors. . Iadine Ballard, Iudy Putnam Staff: ..... Nancy Andrews, Nadine Ballard, Becky Ionas, Kent Olson, Kathy Rennie, Terri Sammons, Vicki Smith, Robin Yost. Layout Co-Editors Steve Motzny, Gwen VVhite Staff: . ......... Ioan Becker, Ieif Bejin, Iohn Ragatz, Audrey Rvnerson, Debbie Zuelch. Photography Editor .............. Rob Hunter Staff: .... Bruce Fowler, Bob Morley, Kathy Muse, Kirk Tuson. Filing Staff: . ..... Cathy Ford, Carol Mercer PRODUCTION STAFF Index ..... .... athy Bucholz, Lori Shorts Staff: ........ ....... T om Earl, Carol Lewis Portraits ....................... Kim Powers Staff: . .. . Elaine Harrington, Dru Hicks, Lisa Hosler, Lisa Knight, Sue Newton, Vicki Nunn, Kathy Ryan, Vicki Smith, Shelley Warner. ' Prootreacling .................. Kathy Rennie Staff: .. ................ Elaine Harrington Typing ....... Ienny Greene, Lana Hackbardt Paste-up ................... Candy Schatzley Staff: ...... .... I ohn Ragatz, Pat Truscello Patron Sales . . . ..... Kip Evans, Ross Miller Staff: ............. Bob Corbett, Doug Foore Yearbook Sales ...... Bruce Everett, Iudy Fritz Staff: .... . ...... Steve Lewis, Ienny Russell MARINER Staff Staff strives for perfection Several of the most time consuming jobs one can ever undertake are the assignments given to the yearbook staff. The copywriters, layout designers, photographers, index organ- izers, and many others, spent many additional hours after school and on Saturdays writing and rewriting, checking and rechecking, plan- ning and often changing to make sure every part of the book came as close to their high standards as they could possibly make it. Co-Editors-in-Chief Lesa Bozek and G-errie Hill gave much of their time and energy in an effort to meet all of the deadlines. For all the staff, the most gratifying part of the year was to see the complete yearbook printed and ready for distribution. Mixing chemicals for the last step in printing photo- graphs, Kirk Tuson, Rob Htuiter, and Bruce Fowler know that a slip here can mean ruined prints. But first the film must be processed perfectly and Kathy Muse and Bob Morely prepare the developing tank for the next roll. it if Mill 4-4-A "Does S come after T?" questions Tom Earl of index editors Kathy Bucholz and Lori Shorts, desperately trying to locate the correct spelling of a name. ivzfe. . . . , , I L rs A new addition to the yearbook staff this year is a small select group of eighth graders. Listening carefully, so t11ey'll be able to help train others next year, Joan Becker, Vicki Smith, Carol Mercer, John Ragatz, Carol Lewis, and Bill Parker receive special training in layout design from Mrs. Marion Novess, adviser. 119 Patrons Iesse Acosta Mr. Harold Allen Al's Waterford Hardware 5880 Dixie Highway, 623-0521 Watertord, Michigan 48095 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews laime V. Aragones Mr. Iohn Auger Mr. and Mrs. Frank Austin Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ballard Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barrons In Honor of Mr. Iohn Baskerville Mr. William Bawden Mr. and Mrs. Robert Becker Mr. left Bejtn Mrs. George Bellairs Belle Iacob Wig' Stop Mr. and Mrs. Roy Best Mr. cmd Mrs. George Blair Bolo and lack's New Barber Shop 6465 Williams Lake Rd. Mr. and Mrs. lohn Bozek Mr. Iames K. Brown Mr. and Mrs. lack Bucholz Mr. and Mrs. Iim Butcher Mr. Carl Carr Carter and Associates Realty ln honor oi, Mr. William Caslon Mrs. Shirley E. Castelli Chuck's Shell Service 4790 Dixie Highway Cinderella Cleaning Center "Colorado Expo" Mrs. Bryant Conerly Mr. Fred C. Cope-Equitable Lite Mr. Bob Corbett Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Crosby Cruise Out, Inc. 63 E. Walton, Pontiac Mr. and Mrs. Gene Csizmadia Mr. William Dalgleish Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dalton Mr. and Mrs. William G. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Iarnes Dent-Ierder The Detroit News Mr. and Mrs. C. DeVoll Mr. Nacy P. DiMartlno Division Printing, Inc. Dbde Floral Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dotson Drayton Collision and Glass, Inc. Drayton Plywood Company Mr. C. H. Durrett Mr. and Mrs. W. Earl E'tden's Hardware Elliott Fumiture Co., Inc. 5390 Dixie Highway Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Everett Mr. and Mrs. Ray Everett Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Peliksa Mrs. E. Felton Miss Fotene Fidanedes Mr. Donn Fillmore Flannery Ford, lnc. Flora Mae Shop 700 W. Huron, Pontiac, Mich. Mr. Doug Foore Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Foore Harold S. Ford Family Mrs. Fornwall Mr. Dennis Forster Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Forster Miss Eileen Forster Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Forster Mr. Tom Fowler 120 Miss Nancy Marie Fritz Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fritz G's Miss Eugenia George Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory George Iohn George Michael George Miss Ienny Greene Gresham Cleaners ot Waterford 3950 W. Walton Mr. Herbert L. Griitith, Ir. Mr. Donald M. Hackbarclt Mr. and Mrs. lack Hall Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Hanson l-larpo lets Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Harrington Hcryden's Mobil Service Head's Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs. lack Hill Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill C. E. Hollinger, Ir. Mrs. C. E. Hollinger, Ir. Mr. Daniel L. Hosler Mrs. Doloras A. Hosler Mrs. Virginia l-Iusted Mr. Mr. Hutto and Mrs. Marvin Hyma Mr. August H. Iacober Mr. Keith Iacober Mr. Kirk Iacober Mrs. Ruth A. lacober Nr. Vance A. Iacober Ierry's Barber Shop Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David P. lohn David A. Ionas and Mrs. Gene Ioncrs lune's Hair Fashions H. Karwas Mrs. Iohn Kalobratsos Mrs. Robert F. Keller Mrs. M. P. Klintworth Mr. and Mrs. Ierome Knight Miss Ioyce Koyne Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kresge Miss Mary Kroupcr Mr. Douglas Kuechle La Duc Iewelers Lakeland Barber Shop Mr. Danny Lance Latimer TV Mr. William I. Lesh Mr. and Mrs. Ierry Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Ioseph Lewis Mr. MG MG Mr. Clifford W. Loudon Collision Suzuki Sales Charles D. MacLean Maiers Motor Freight-Detroit 849-2330 Mr. Mas Robert Maskell ter-Craft Building Co. 9201 Highland Road, 363-4115 Mr. and Mrs. Iames A. Matteson Mr. Mr. Mr Marshall Mclntosh and Mrs. Barney McKevltZ R. Mercer Michigan School of Business 16 E. Huron St. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. and Mrs. Angus M. Miller, Ir. and Mrs. A. M. Miller Ill Angus M. Miller IV Ross Miller Zella Mitchell Bea Mobey Chateau Beauty Boutique Moore's Prime Beef Mr. Ioe Morgan Mr. Mr. loseph W. Morley and Mrs. Robert I. Morris Mr. Wayne Morrison Mr. and Mrs. William D. Motzny Mr. Bd Murmurian Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Muse, lr. Iulla A. Nance Miss Mari Naz Miss Arlene M. Newcomhe Mr. and Mrs. Warren Newton. Miss Deborah Novess Mr. Charles R. Nunn Licensed Builder, 674-0429 Mrs. Margaret E. O'Neall Mr. Paul O'Neill Oxbow Window Co. 10265 Highland Rd., 363-4082 Millard, Mich. Pablo's Beauty School, Inc. Miss Mari Ann Pace Mr. and Mrs. William Parker Mr. Bruce Parris Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Pauly, Ir Mr. Bill Penland Mrs. Polly Penland Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pennell Perquette Portraits Mr. Iacques Perry Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Peters Dr. and Mrs. Albert Petrucct Mrs. Frances Pettit Mr. Edgar A. Plyrnpton Pontiac Music and Sound Mrs. C. Potter Mr. and Mrs. Iarnes Powers Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ragatz Mr. and Mrs. lack L. Ravens Raynor Overhead Door Richardson Farm Dairy Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ririgler Rocco's Mrs. Ruth Rood Ross Homes, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Russell Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ryan Mr. Harold C. Rynerson James A. and May Sammons Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schatzley Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Schmidt Mrs. Schrage Mr. William Shorts Mr. Gary Simons Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Skeen Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Skellenger Mr. and Mrs. William A. Smith Wally Sneddon Dr. and Mrs. A. I. Stepanski Miss Sue. Miss Shelley Sylvan Market Tenuta's Food Market Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Deward Travis Mr. and Mrs. Michael Travis Tuson Carpet Sales 4494 Dixie Highway Mrs. Louise Vaillancourt Mrs. Albert Vieq Village Pharmacy Mrs. Leonard I. Walsh Mr. Calvin C. Warner Waterford Fuel and Supply Co. Waterford Market Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth White Mr. Minor White Williams Lake Marathon Oil Ada E. Williamson-Allen E. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wood Woodman Shade and Blind Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Woods Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Yost Paul A. Young, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Zuelch Abalc Ch-'mrlns 6:1 Abearc Ldl"l'Y 65 Ahmham Dame G.: 102 Abmham P-ml -:B Avon! Dun 35 37 41 48 Adams Debbie 81 ADMINISTRATION 14 Agur Penney G.: Ahmn, Dme 48 Amelia Mike 118 Al:-lla bum B1 Alllamu Lisa B1 Aldrcd, Garry G.: Beycllc John 66 Bianco Domnn Bmgeluw Tnmmx Bllycu Pam 82 B1rLh Craig 66 Buch Tum BZ Bxshup Dermxs 66 Buogm, Mike 49 Bladu.s B111 82 Bludai Joanne 65 Blevins, Joyce 66 Block Miss Barham Blodgclt James B2 Aldrich brag B1 Aldrich Tom AS Alexander Ondy 65 Alex mdor Debhm BS Alford Alford Alkar Allan Allard Allard All Ln Allen All un Allnn Allen Allnn Mark B5 Ts1mmx31 C91 3:1 40 43 Belly 15 Sharon 66 Ruth B1 Sandy 41 43 57 Debbie D 18 Dvhble L 36 G5 Glenn 65 Kun 37, 81 Paul 81 Stress '32 AS Alvnmdo Guadalupe 101 Amunn Jim 44 B1 Amnll Mr James 15 Amcll Mm Jczumtle 19 Anderson Brian Anderson Debbi 34 41, 48 Anderson Jan 29 Gu Anderson Karan 65 Anderson Larry 81 Anderson 'vhke S1 Anderson Pam 65 Anderson Tina 65 Andrews Nancy 34 48 53 118 Andrews Denxse 81 Angel Bob 65 Anzurrs Adcla 30 48 Anzurcs Yolanda 65 Apphn Lmda B5 Archer Charles 81 Arrnwtrong. 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Luanne 151, 52 Gitrhwus, ofbbia as Garbovits, Sharon 70 Garcia, Arthur 01 Gardiner, Sandy RG Gardner. Dave 35, 44, 52, 100 Garrett, Billy SG Garrison, Debbie 70 Garrison, Tammy 85 Gault. Chris 10 Gauthier, Chuck 52 Gavctte, Kathy 32, 41, 52, 57 Gelow, Geollrey 86 Gelotv, Mary K. EG Geiuw, Greg 52 Golow, Rand! 53 Geng, Dale 29, 70 George, Johnny 70 Gnome, Kathy 20. 32. 41, 53. 57. 114. 115 Gernrlt, Kevin 31, 53, 100, 104 Gibbs, Debbie 86 Gibson, John SG Gibson, Ron 69, 71, 102 Girluumh, Dennis 71 Gltiurd, Debbie SG Giles. Teri 71 Giles, Tim 71 Gintl. Tom 71 Gissu, Mark 42, 86 Glusennpp. Allen 20, 86. 102. 106 Glen. Michael 86 Glen, Sue 86 Gohicr. Ronald 86 Gmlfrcy, Charlie 85 Gnclshnlk, 'rm-y 71 Going, Mrs. Joan 117 Golding, Cheryl 53 Guiding, Rod sc, 102 Guiding. Vicky 34, 41, 53 Gondsun, Dennis Tl. 102 Gonrlson, Don 41, 53 Gaiden, Ron S6 Gorman. Oar! 53 Gcrmly, Jc-If 71 Goulet, Reed 71, 102 Graf, Gary 71 Graf. Marlene XG Granfors, Stephanie 20, 80, Grnvelle, Ritchie 71 Gray, iam za, 35, 53 Green, Cheryl 71 Green, George 86 Green, Kitty 53 Green, Ruth 71 Green, Teresa 71 Greene, Jenny 34, 35, 42, 43, 118 Greene, Linda 41, 53 Greer, Jerry BG Grennier, Many 71. Greschover, Carol 43, 53 Gresehover, Karl 53 I Gresehover, Tom 86 Grifiis. Mike 71. 102. 103. 107 Griffith, Arlin 44. 45, S7 Gritlith, Karen 87 Grillitli, Sherman 31, 53 Grix, Bev 53 Grix, Elizabeth 53 Grout, Brian T1 Grundziak. Duane 87, 102 Grolh, Marlene S7 Giynnmprcz, Gary 53 Gulsert, Dan 87 Guerrero, Pat 71 Guzak. Diane 45, 53 Guzak. Suzan 41. 53 GYMNASTICS CLUB 36. 37 -H- 53. 60. lluckhanit, Lana 34, 35, 53, 118 l-ladley, Joe 71 iiaganian, Vicki 71 mga.-, Rich 32, 33. 54 Hagerman, Shirley 34, 54 llagler, Jane 71 Hugler, Julie 87 llakala. Darlene S7 llakala, Diane 71 llakalu. Mrs. Mary Lou 115 Haley, Bruce 32, 54 llalcy, Mr. Edward 21, 38, 102 llaley, Mrs. Mary 21 naiey, Roger 28, CM, 35, 44, 54, 60 62. 100, 104. lik? l-lall Bob 81 Hall, Debru 71 llall, Ellzulletli S7 llall, Freda 71 llall, Linda 34, 54 llall, Robbin 87 llall, Vicki 3l,'I9t, 41. 51 llnmil, Cindy 71 Itamiltorl. Joseph S7 llumlllnn. Linda 87 Hampton, Greg 87 lflnncor-k, Stephanie 71 Haneirneknr. Jackie 87 llaney, Russ 87 Haney, Vemon 71 l-lankins, Cinriy T1 llankins, Mike 51 Hanlcins, Scott 87 l-lanley, Jim S7 Hargraves. Randall 87 llargraves, Rod 71 llarnaek, Jane 32, 41, 511 Greg 31, 54 llarper, Mr. Robert 16 llarringtun, Dennis 87 lflarvinglon, Elaine 34, 35, Ill. 54, 118 llarrington, Kurt Tl. llarris, Cindy 87, 114, 115 ilarroun, Dolores 87 l'lar1'oLln, Jeff 34 liarrnun. Kathie 34, S4 llart, Janet S7 llasler, Beverly S7 llasting, Pam.. sv Hatcher, Greg 71, 102 I-Iatiielcl, Richard 71 Hauser, Jim 54 Hhusmnn, Scott S7. 102 Hawkins. Barbara 71 Hawkins. Linda B7 Hawley. Mrs. Grace 117 Hayden, Glenn 71 Hayden, Lori 87 l-lays, Lorrae IM. 35, 54 Healy, Bill 87. 102 llcam, Shawn 71 l-lefiernn, Mr. Harold 117 llctternn, Wayne 24, B7 Hefner, Jim 71 llefher, Joe S7 Heikkineh. Karla 54 llciple, Mr. David 18, 43, 124 Heiple. Mrs. Sandra 21, 115 lflelka, Tudtl 41, 54 Helms. Robyn T1 Helms, Sandy X8 llelms, Tom 71 llemohill, Dawn Tl Henley, Jeanette 31. 54 Henry. Mabel 88 Henson. Charles Tl. S8 Hepburn. Elizabeth 71 llerkmvitz, Nathan 71 llemandez, Dehbie 41. 54 Hemandez, Katrinia 38 Heron. Greg 54 Herron. Sue 41. 45, 54 l-lesler, Dave 71 lleivilt, Andrea T1 lleym, Dan 72 Hickman, Trude 88 Hicks, Dru 30, 39, -11, 54, 118 lligginhottrmt. Dan 72' Hlllilnhulluni, Gail R8 liiltlreth. Patti T2 llill, Charles S8 llill. Gerrio 54, llS Hurst . Theresa T2 llurleau, .Tan 72 llusbancl. Karen 32, 72 ilutchinsnn, Cathy 72 Hutchinson, Jim 88 Hutchinson, Patti S8 Hyde, Renita 41, 55 -1- lngamclls, John 80 Irons. llarolct 55 Isbell. Dave 89, 102 lsh, Terri 72 Isles, Cindl 72 -J- Jaeklyn, Ron S9 Jackson. John 72. 102. 103 Jnmlicr, 0'aig 14, 32, 55 Jarolzs, Kathy 73 Jacobs, Mark 89, 102 Jacobs. Rita 55 Jacobson. Dan 29. 73 Jakel, Joni 73 Jaknliowski,Karen 73 James. Andy 89, 102 James, Annette S0 James.. Mark 73. 102 Janes. Dave 55 Janes. Paula S0 Jankowiak, Marlene 36, 73 Janlz, Chris 73 Jantz, Ronald 89 Jarvis, Brenda 34, 51 Jarvis. Dave 34, 55 JAZZ BAND 33 Jenkins, C1cll40, 55 Jenkins, Lee 73 Jennings, Debbie 73 Jockwig, Laurie 89 Johns, Sue 89 Johnson, Berylnnn 73 Johnson, Bruce B9 Johnson, Charlene 41, 55 Johnson, Curtis 73. 102. 103 Johnson, Elaine 32, 55 Johnson, Mis. Esther 1.17 Jotmson. Miss Frances 25 Johnson, Jack 73, 102 Johnson, Jan 41, 55 Johnson, Julie 73 Johnson, Lee 73 Johnson. Mark 3-1, 35. 55, SD, 104 Johnson, Marty 73 Johnson, Merle 73 Johnson. Myra 73. 74 Johnson. Romaine 32, 55 .Tohnson, Sue 55 Johnson. Thea 89 Jonas, Becky 3.1, 35, 40, ai, us Jones, Carleen S9 Jones, Scarlet 73 Jones, Todd 89 Jurdlili. Rick 73 Joyscy. Kim 89 Jozwiak, Mrs. Mary Jean 20 .. K - Knltayan, John 89 Kalis, Lttrry 73 Kane. Mary 89 Karbginsky, John 73 Kama, Mr. Alan Z-'l Kastner, Gary 34. 55 Katchka, Joe 73, 102 Katip, Sue 73 Kautekl, Jan 34, 35, 55 Kaufman, Valerie 73 Kazakos, Debbie 73 Kazimer. Steplmnic 89 Keating, Brooke 73 Keiser, Dave 55 Keiser, Sandy 89 Keith, Brenda 23, 34. 35. 45, 55 Keith, .Tell 73 Keith. Steve 89 Keller, Gordon 3-l, 35, 55 llill, Holly SS Hill, Pal 41, 53, 54 I-lill. Wayne 72 Ilitr'hroL'k, Kiilhx' 72 Hockey, Gary RS Hockey, Larry 88 llovkey. Russell 8? ilodec. Dave 72 ilorlrze. Mary 511 l-lodler, Marty 34. 54 lloilarui, Mis. Harriett 16 Hogan, Kelly 72 I-lngan, Steve 54 llvllowziy Rita 72 itaover, Jim 17, 5-l Hopkins. Jim 88 HDITI. Chel'Yl 88 llorton. Lorna 88 llorton, Terrie 72 llosler Linda SS Hoslerl Lisa al. 34. 54. 1-18 lflouck, Dnlc 72 Houck, Gary 88 ituusmn, Gary 23, PA. 45. M. 102. 107 Houston, Kyle 72 Houston. Mark 85. 102 Houston, Tanya 32, 54 llmvard, Pat 72 Howard Theresa 88 llowe, Dave 72 Kent, M r. Paul 117 Kepler, Diane 55 Kerr, Robert B9 Kay, Debra 89 Kidwell, Bob 73 Kidwell, 'Dave 55 Kieffer. Chuck 55 Kildow, Cathy 73 Kilrlnw, Cherie S9 Kildow, Max 55 Kildow, Sue 56 Kingshbllry. Dale R. 73 Kirk. Mary 73 Kirklin. Dennis 73 Kirlfpatrlck, Chris 56 Kit'kpnlrll:l-K, Kevin 73 Kittie , Mike 73 Klan , Paul 89 Klein, Tom 73 Knilicl, Linda 56 Howe, Janis 28, 34, 35, 54 llowc, Vicky 72 Hoyt, Linda 23. 41. 45, 54 Hoyt, Rick 88. 102. 106 llrynyk, Miko SB lludtilestoh. Don 72. 102 Huemiller, Bonnie 29. 72 Huemiller, Cris 72 ltulfman. Diane 88 Hulelt. Bcv 51. 115 nun, Garry ss. 102 Handley, Jett 54 Hunt, Karen 31. 32, 54 Hunt. Randy 34. 51 Hunt, Rubin 35. 41. 54. 100, 104 Hunter, miie ss l-iunter, Patty 72 llunter. Rob 32, 55, 118, 1.10 Knlllel, Sue S9 Knight, Lisa 56, 118 Kniscly, Cheryl 56 Koczwura. Deli 41, 56 Koepke. Mary Ann 3-l, 35, 41, 42, 43, 56. 60 Kujimn, Holly '39, 89, Sl, 114,115 Konkle. Dave 56 Kenzer. Kerxy 73 Konzer, Kim 89. 114, 115 Koop, Kathie 73 Keren, Denise 73 Kramer, Mr. Joseph 25 Krause. Don. Jr. 73 Krause. Randy 5G Krause. Santly 35, 56 Kring, Debbie S3 Krohn, Charlene 56 Krohn, Mary 73 Kroupa, Miss Mary is. 31. 3s Kruchko. Jack 89. 102 Kruger. Bi-lan R9 Krywko. Mark 73 Kuck, Kathie 89 Kuec-hle, Mr. Douglas 15, 31 Kulesza, Steven 73 Ktilinski, Mrs. Judith 15. 21, 41 Kunkle, Bob 73 Kunkle, Carolyn S0 Kunman, Dani 28. 32, 56 Kurzmnn, Randy S9 Kwiwis, Gary 89 .. L .. Laatsch, Jelfrley S9 Ladd. Doug 89 Ladd. Rodger 73, 102 Lalnear, Vicki 73 l.aFountain, Rod 74 Lalnne, Randy SD Lumpkin. Mr. Paul 13 Lance, Danny 89 Lance. Rick 50 ummm, Rick 55 Landry, lVllk0 S9 Lane, Cleo 74 Lune, Keith 74 Lane. Sheri 74 Lane. Tom 89 La'P0inie, Paula 56 Lai-gent, Cindy 89 Lurgent, Mrs. Cleta 14. 02 Lai-gent, Curtis 74 Larlve, Karen 74 Larm, Carl 74 Lrlrr, Mike 56 Larr, Patty 74 Lassen, Wayne 89 Laten, Mike 56 Laten. Pam 89 LaT'urneau, Tom 74 Lavorie, Charles S9 Lawrence, Pam 89, 95 Lawrence, Mrs. Ruth 14. 41 Lawton. Lin 90 Leach, Sherri 85, 90 Lebert, Mark 56 LuC1a1r, Randy 90 Lecours, Bob 90, 106 Lecours, Marie 90 Lccours, Russ 34. 56 Lee. Bob 50 Leece, Donna 20, 32, 74 Leibler, Rick 7-i Leist, Dodie -ii. M Lomaster. lnurie 90 Lcmasler, Mike 56 Lerntlster, Tim 74 Lemons, Rod 74 Lt-mos, Joann 29, 32, 41. ss Lnngyel, Charles 90 Lennox. Del 90 Leptinsky. Ed 55 Loptinsky, Janice 74 Lesh, Rose 23. 74 Lessel, David 38, 30, 40, 45, 74, 110 Lewis, Anita 74 Lewis, Carol 74, BS, 119 Lewis. Greg 90 Lewis. Jane S4 Lewis, Karen 74 Lewis, Mrs. Lena 116 Lewis. Steven 32, 56, 118 Lewis, Vicky 90 LYBRARY AIDES 41 Liesunan, Dawn 56 Liley, Dan 56 Liley, Kenny 90 Lilcy, Kim 74 Limbaugh. Cindy 90 Line, Mr. i7.obert19. 24 Lintenu, Mr. Arthur 17 Lintz, Kerry 32. 56 Livermore, Patty 90 Llzzet. Dan 24. 56 Lloyd, Leann 90 Lobenstein, Connie 41. 56 Longslreth, Sue 90 Looney. Gan-y 00 Love, Cindy 90 Love, 'Dehhie 31, 56 Lovelace. Dan 74 Lurarelli. Pam 'M Lnnrleren, Mr. James 116 Lynch, David 56 Lyon, Tina 40, 56 - M .. MacDonald. Karen 74 MacKay, Jim 56, 100 MacKay, John 75 MacKay. Thomas 90 Madrigal, Jim 56 Madrigal, Randy 90 Madsen, Henry 90 Maguire. Paul 17. 56 Maki. Bill 29. 75. 102, 107 Maki, Debbie 41, 57 Makrias. John T5 Malrrias, Nancy 57 Mani-zen. Carat 90 Maneen. Karen 75 Manning, Kevin 90 Mansfield, Rudy 34. 35, 57 Mansfield, Stanley 90 Marceau, Paulette 41 Marceru, Marcin. 75 Marcero, Marian 53, 57, 62 Marchand, Joe 42, 57 Mariner, Lynn 90, 95 MARINER STAFF 118, 119 Markell, Ei-lc 75 Markham, Beclq' 90 Markham, Mrs. Joyce 116 Markham, Rod 75, 102 Mamney, Rick 75 Marshall Grc 31 32. 33. 57 . Z . Marshall Nancy B9 Marshall, Tracey 90 Marston, Bill 24, 90 Martin, Barbara 90 Martin. Brad 32, 75 Martin, Debbie B0 Martin, Michele 90 Martindale. Bob 75. 102. 103 Mnrtlnson, Dorinda 90 Martinson Sue 75 Mason. Kevin 90 Mason. Larry 75 Massie, Kay 90 Matteson, Mr. Jamcs 16 Matthews, Greg 39. 90 Muttoon, David 75 Mawhortcr, Sherry 57 May. Cynthia 75 Mayne, Tom 15 Mazzaro, Mr. Thomas 25 McAllister. Dan 00 McAllister, Kim 57 Me-Carrick, Sharon 90 McCauley. Dun 38, 75, 76 McClain, Paul 90 McClellan. Tad 29. 85. 90. 102 McClenahcn, Mike E, 102 McClerren, Mr. Tommy 116 nxccanisschester 57 McConnell, Colleen 90 McConnell Kathy 70,90 McCullough, Bill 57 McCullough, Pam 50 McCurdy, Peggy 90 McCtitclieon. Cathy 90 McCutclicon, Jim 42, 57 lt1cDonalrl, Mr. Bruce 23 Mebonalrl, .lim 75 McDonald. Mark 32. 33. E, 102 McDonald, Pat S1 McEwen, Brenda 91 McGhee, Jeananne 91 McGinnis. Robert 91 Mclntosh, Mike 91 McKinney. Paul 91 McLaughlin, Denise 01 McLean. Kerry 57 Mctttahon, Rod 75 McMullen, Linda 57 McPherson. Randy 57 McQuistlon, Pat 28. 41, 57 McWilliams, Dan 91 Megiveron. Marrzarnt 91 Meichiorre, Charles 91 Melkonian. Steve 57 Mollema. Teri 75 Melton, Tom 75 Mendham. Sandv 75 Menghtnl, Kim 75, 78, 115 Menghini, Peggy 91 Menter, Mary 91 Merandix, Mr. John 19 Mercer. Carol 32. E. 118. 119 Mero, Everett 44, 51 Merritt, Jnttrey 75 Merritt, Mike 91, 102, 106 Merz, Fred 57 Meston. Bob 57 Metznian, Rick 91 Meyer, Kny 91 Michael, Debbie 75. 76 Mickictvicz, Dave 75 Middleton. Robin 75 Miley, Mr. Michael 18, 31, 107 Miller, Gary 91 Miller, Greg D. T5, 102 Miller. Kathy 91 itrllller. Kevin 34, 57 Miller. Lisa 91 Miller, Mike 57 Miller, Pam 75 Miller. Ross 31, 42. 43. 58. 118 MiLter. Scott 91 Miller, Steve 75, 107 Millmine. Steve 58 Minard. Rick 91 Molina, Mrs. Betty 117 Moore, Belinda 58 Moore, Kay 5 , Moore, Kim 30, 91 Moore. Mike 91 Moorhcus. Janet 52 Morency, Diane 30, 34, 35. 41, 58 Morenr.-y, Raymond SQ Morgan. Greg 29. 92 Morgan . Jacqui 3-I, 35, 58 Morgan, .Tame 75 Morgan. Mike 92 Morley, Bob 75. 113. 1.13 Morris. Deb 29. 36. 75 Morse. Dick 34. 58 Morse, Lora 92 Moses. Garry 92 Mote, Mary 75 Motsinger. Mike 75 Motsinger. Fannie 92 Motzny, Steve 35, 37, 58, 100. 101, 118 Mount. Brenda 31, 41. 58 Mount, Sheila 92 Mount. Sue 58 Mewery. Mr. Sylvester 116 Muckenhtm, Chet 92 Muller, Stacey 75 Murdock, Debbie 75 Murphy. Pat 76 Murphy. Rink 76 Murrell. Chris 76, 102 Muse, Karen 88. 92 Muse. Kathy 31. 34. 35. 58. 118. 1.19 Myas, Davc 76, 102 103 Myers. Gordon 92. 102 Myers. Guy 58 Myers, Paula 76 . - N - Narsh, Greg 92, 102. 103 Needham, Barb 21, 58 Neely, Johnny 92 Neighbors, Carol Ann 76 Neipling. Dun 34. 35, 58 Nelson Nelson . Beth 41. 58 . Kim 40. 53 Nelson, Pam 92 Nelson, Rick 7G Nepjuk. Mr. lA1rry17 Newberry, Mike 92 Newingham. Cindy 28. 34, 58 Newman. l-lcifli 29. 76 Newlon, Linda 29, 92 Newton, Sue 58, 118 Nicholson. Jackie '76 Nicholson. Kathy 91 Nick, Cindy 9'l NINTH GRADE TRIP COMMI'l'l'El3 30. 31 Nivelt. John 32. 76 Noble. Laura 58 Nolan. Maureen 17. 34. 35. 58 Nnlen. Cherie 92 Noll. Pam 34. 35. 58 Nollet. Michele 29. 92 Noopa, Linda 92 Norman, Donna 40, 76 Non-nan, Michael 92 North, Cherri 92 North, Kim 15, 3-l, 58 North. Stephen 92 Norton, Wanvln 34, 58 Novnss, Mm Marion 15. 119 Nunn. Vicki 41. 45, 59, 118 - 0 - O'Dea, Miss Judith 18 Odil. Jim 76. 102 Ogg. Barbara 75 Olson, Dave 29, 93, 102 Olson, Kent 32. 33, 58. 118 omni, ce.-ry 41, ss O'Neull, Sue 76 owen, Patty is Organizations 26-45 Ormshy, Bill 70 O'Rourke, Melodle 28, 58 Osentoski, Debbie 93 O'Shaugiu1essy, MnryAnn 58 0'Toole, Gary 93, 102. 106 Ott, Jackie 41, 58 Ott. Jim 58 Overall, Kevin 76, 102 Overbaugh. Cheryl 93 Overbnugh, Fern 76 Overiield, Randy 75 - p - Page. Arm 93 Page, Linda 76 Pantolides, Connie 31, 34. 35, Parker, Bill 76, 118. 119 Parker, Jerry 93 Parker, Jlm 76 Parmelee. Mark 93 . 124 -40. 59 Parrott, Mr. Herbert 25, 32, 38 Pairix. Cliarlynn 34, 41, 58 PATRONS 120 Patten, Kay 28, 34, 35, 58 Patterson, Deli 80, 93 Patterson, Mr. Melvin 21 Pauly, Cindy 29, 76 Penrsell, Connie 93 Pcnrsall, J udllh 93 Pearson, Down 31. 32. 41. 58 Peek. Debbie 93 Peck. J im 93 Peel, Jack 03 Peel, Sherry 58 Pelletier. Dave 93 Pelton. Geri' 29. 32. 69. 10. 102 Pence, Mr. Donald 23, 36, 37 Pendergrass, Renee 70 Peniold, Bahette 93 Peniolzl, Terry 76. 102, 103 Penland, Robin 20, 76 PEP BAND 33 Ferkins. Steve 32. 44, 58, 60 Perruult, Gnxy 59 Perry, Cindy 41, 59 Perry, Mr. Jack 20, 31 Perry, Venesa 76 Peter, Teri 93 Peters, Mark 76 Peterson. Joan 93 Petlingill, Jim 30, 93 Phelps, Kuthy 77 Phelps, Mary 03 Phelps, Max 77. 102 Phelps, Pnlli 93 Phillips, Mr. Keith Zi Phillips, Steven 55 Pickett, Dale 77, 102 Pickett, Diane 32, 71 Pickett, John 03. 102, 100 Pierce. Lat-ry 50 Pillow, Debbie 77 Plante, Andrea 53 Plummer, Joe zz, ss, fn, 59 Plummer, Jon 77 Polllek, Ruth 77 Porter, Clay 4-l, 93 Porter, Janice 59 Potter, Randy 59 Porter. Shelley 36, 77 Portwood. Roxy 93 Potter, Mrs. Cindy 25 Powers, Kim 31, 59, ns Pressnnu, Miss JoAnn 24 Preston, Knndy 77 Preston. Russ Ann 77 Price, Terry 59 Proctor, Bev 03 Proctor. Ken 59 Proctor. Shirlee 77 Prowsv. Terrie 93 Putldy. Anne 93 Puddy, Richard 59 Puertns. Jim 59 Puenas. Ralph 29, 93 Pulaskvy. Mark 93 Pullts, Deborah 77 Purks, Mnrk 93 Pursley, Klm 93 Pumum, Judy 32, sn, ns Putnam, Viclqf 32, 59 - Q .. Queen. Andy 93 Queen. Beckie 29. 34. 41, 59 Quick. Sharon 93 Quinn. Tim 59 - R .. Ragatz, John TI. 102. 118, 1.19 Rana. Sue 32, 59 Rayers. Debbie 77 Ravens. Jim 59, 100, 104,105 Reabe. Mrs. Sam Lou 16 Reed, Mrs. Barbara 116 Reed. Debbie 77 Reed, Ellen 93 Recd, Rick 77, 102, 107 Reid. Dave 31, 32, 38, 42, 59, Reid. Robb Tl Reinke, Roger 93 Render, Pam 40, 59, 60 Rennie, Kathy 32. 33, 59, 1.18 Ilenshaw, Fred 59 Rentsch, Brenda 77 Rentseh, Dan 50 Rexterd, Jack 77 54.05 Rexiord, Sandy 77 Rexlord, Terry 59 Reynolds. Rick 77 Reynolds, Sheri 93 Rhodes, Brian 59 Rhydress, Janet 93 Riabueha. Judy 93 Rice, Brad 77 Rice, Mr. Lee 13 Rice. Pam 93 Rich, Maryann 77 Richards, Rhonda 93 Richardson, Darlene 01, 93 Richardson, Debbie 34, 35, 60 . Richardson, Linda G0 Richardson, Tom 77 Richer, Lisa 93 Riehley, Brenda 32, 43, 60 Rickard, Keith 93 Rlcksgers, Keith 77 Riley, Barb 40. 50 Riley, Kevin 93, 102 Riley, Kristen 50 Ringlor, Gail S0 Robarts, Cathy 93 Roberts, Leah Ti' Robinson, Jeanne 77 Robinson, Jerry G0 Robinson, Ken 60 Robinson, Mrs. Mary 19 ROCKET CLUB 42 Rodgers, Laffy 94. 102 Rnchl, Diane 'H Roelols, Michelle 91 Rogers, Debbie 94 Rogers, Mark 'I7 Rohrer, Monie '17 itompl, Mrs. Louise 17 Rondo, Sue 04 Rood, Amy 94 flood, Fred 77 Rooksberry, Michael 94 Ruckus, Mrs. Ann 24, 36, 40 Rose, Debbie 94 Rosowall, Corinne 34, 60 Rosewelt. Gail 94 Ross, Bill 94 Ross, Dove: 3-1. 60 Ros, Duane 77 mssete., .mm 29. 11, 102. 107 Rossi, Mike 77 Kottenberk, Dick 77 Roltenberk, Mrs. Joann 24 Rottenberit. Mike 94 Rowe, Jim B0 Roy, Gordon 94 Roy, Kim 77 my, 'nm 29. M. me Ruark, Charles 94 Ruelle, Gary 94, 102 Ruelte, Mr. Ray 116 Rullatio, Karen Tl Rulkowsld, Kevin 29. 94 Runyan, Rhonda 77 Runyan. Warren 60 Rush, Robert 94 Russell, David 29, 94, 102 Russell, Jenny 41. 60, 118 Rust, Fred 24. 60 Rust, MHTY TI Ryan, Kathy 29, 77. 113 Rynerson. Audrey 28. 34. 35. 50. 118 -3- Sl. Arno, Jim 77 Salkeld, Richard 32. TI Salkeld, Ronald 29. 04 Satley, semi 94 Salvatore, Debbie 60 Salvatore, Kathy 94 Sammnns, Terri 28, 41. 45, 60, Snngster, Bill 94 Santala, Jeanne 94 Santos, Tony 77 Snnell, Mike at Sartell, Rick 77 Snrtell, Vicki 34. 35, 60 Sasser, Robert 29. Tl S-miller. Ruth 94 Saum, Mr. John 18. 100. 106 Scale, D002 60 Scale, Liz 94 Scarlett, Karen 78 Scarlotti, Debbie 31. 41. 61 Schanlz, Cathy 31, 32. 61 Sdiarf, Liz 94 Scharf. Rob 78 Schatzley, Candy 29, 61, 118 Schcuermann. Sue 78 Schietler. Mark 61 Scliiele, Bob 94 Schiifner, Karen 78. 115 Schimp, Vickie 78 Schlaioh, Diane 94 Schnake, Charles 79 Schnake. Dori 78 Schnur, Mery 94 SCHOOL LIFE 40-07 Schultz, Linda 94 Schultz, Paula 31. 34. 61 Schultz, Sheri 94 Schulz, Cheryl 78 Sehuphach, Sandi 41, 61 Schutt. JDGY 29, 04 Schwab, Cindy 29, 72, 78, 1.15 senwach, Robert.. -au, si Scott, Barb 94 Scott, Bob 61 Scott, .Tell 94. 102 Scott, Joyce '18 Scribner, Jody 94 Scrivens, Debbie 78 Sebring. David 25, 94 Sebring, sue ao, 45, rs, 115 Securd, Anna 91 Secord, Cheryl 31, 34, 41, 61, 91 Secrets, Sheryl 94 Scdory, Debbie G1 See, Jane 94, 114, 1.1.5 Seeterlin, Don 78 Selberg, Mzs. Bcmiee 1.17 Selep, Mary 40, 78 Sclinz, Barbara 29. 78 Sellers, Karla 94 Scrru. Miss Paula 24 Servidio, Valerie 9-l Sesvold, Mrs. Pet 19, 21 Seurynek, Jean M Shafer, Mike 78 Shafer, Walter 94 Shelter, Ann 94 Shannbrook, Joe 61, 101 Shanks, Mike 61, 104 Sharp, Pal 32, 61. Shaw, Margaret 94 Shen, Daive,95 Shearer, Doug 78 Shelly, Gail 29, 45. 88, 95 Shelton, Shztri 78 Shepard. Madeline 7B Slioller, Laurie 95 Shook, Teresa 95 Sliopkin, Jerry 78 Shorts. Lori 23, 31, 34, 35, 61, 118. 119 Shorts, Molly 78 Shulls. Brad 95 Shultz, Yovunna 61 Sltupe, Bill 05 Shupe, Susan 30, 01 Shushlari, Gloria 61 Sizmo, Chris 78 Sidoek. Jell 05 Sllvis, Russ 41. 61 Simmons, Mrs. Irene 14 Simpson, Tim 95 Siver, Robin 95 Skcllengef. Chris 78 Skelton, Claude 61 Skelton, Rick 95, 102 STUDENT TEACHERS 24 Stump, Debbie 79 Surre. Rohert 79 Sutcr. Dun S2 Sutherland. Steve 29. 70, 102 Sulherlzxntl, Yvonne 96 Sutton. Fortl 'ISI Swanton. Kris G2 Sw:-rtl, Debbie T9 Swinehnrt, Jerri 34. 62 Sword, Randy T9 - T- Tafle, Tim 70, 102 Talbot, Bch Ill, 38. G2 'l'allengvi', Bill 32, 00 Tallnnt, Liz 79 'l'aupc'ning, Sieve 62 Tltssi. Rain 14, G2 Tussi, ltvnue 90, 100 Tutti, 'l'i1m.Ii9 inn Taylor, l'St'1.'ntln 30, 41, G2 Taylor. Cathy 95 Taylor, Cheryl 79 Taylor. Darrell 79. 102 Ttiylor, Jesse Ill, 52 Taylor, John 90 Taylor. Scott 95, 102, 100 Teal. Cheryl 79 Teal. Cindy 34, 35, 02 TEEN CLUB vi-1, -15 Templeton. Mike 62 Terry, Dnve 70. 102 Terry, Kim 90 Tersigni, Donn 06 Thayer. Lni't'y 62, 09. 70 Theukstun, Donnn 17. 31. 34. 35. 41, 57. 62 Theis. Andrew 96 Tlterinlllt, .Tue 42, 62 Wagner, John 96 Wagner, Mike 96 Walker, Denise 41, 63 Wall. Kevin 80. 97 Wall, Tom 31. 34, 63 Wallace, Mary 80 Wallis, Laurie 97 Walsh, Laurie 80, 97 Walsh, Sheryl 80 Wzircliock, Mike 72, B0 Ward, Jlm 83, 97, 102, 106 Wareck, Bob 80, 1M'. 107 Wareck, Larry 32, 63. 100. Warner, Kathy 97 Warner, Rod 80 101, 104 Warner, Shelley 18, 41, 45, 63, 118 Wumock, Chrlslinu 17, 34, 41, 63 Wamtz, Ed 80 Waterbury, Pam 34, G3 Waters, Mr. Gil 16 Watson. Christie 97 Wntsun. Rob 28. 42. 43. 63. 100 Weavcr,Stacy 80 Weedun, Dawn 80, 97 Weedon, Gurth 34, 35, iii, 100 Wegman, Paul 80 Wehrli, Mrs. Kitty 25 Weikle, Bob 97 Weikle, Denise S0 Well, Brian 32. 33. 63 Weil, Matthew 97 Weiss, Tim UT. 106 Welch, Bill 48, 63 Wells, Brian 61 Wendlnnd. Steve 64 West, Mrs. Lama 25, 35 West, Sally S4 we-yhi..g, Bm. so Weyhing, David 97 SKI CLUB 39 Slcroherrk, Kim '18 Slade, Robin 70 Smith, Cheryl Ei Smith, Cindy 79 Smith, Dale G1 Smith, David 01 Smith. Debbie S1 smith, Jerry 29, uf., me Smith, Joe 79 Smith, Lee 95 Smllh, Liz 79 Smith. l.uAnn 79 Smith, Mark 79 Smith, Mrs. Mary 116 Smith, Mrs, Mary Jo 16 Smith, Merry 29, 79 Smith, Ray 61 Smith, Rhonda 61, 64 Smith. Robin 41, 95 Smith, Robyn 31, 34, 35, 61 Smith, Ron 79 Smith. Sharon 95 Smith, Shelly 95 Smith, Steve 79 Smith, 'Em 79, 102 Smith, Tom 79 Smith, Trisha 61 Smith, Vicki 70, 113, 119 Solhelm. Debbie 79 Sorbelli, Vincent 95 Sourlall, Denise 79 Soutlmml. Brenda 79 Tlierinull, 42. 62 Theriault. Prisvlllu 70 Thomns, Bruee 96 Thomas, Mrs, Susan 19. 39 Thompson, Bucky 40, 79 Thompson, Bob 79 Thompsoii, Crnlg 96 Thompson. Janet 96 Tliorell, Mr. Stuurt 14. 28 Yhornton, Cheryl 30, 41, 62 Throop, Cindy 74, 80 Thmop, Jlm 28, 55, 62, 100, 101, 101, 105 Throop, Linda 34, 43, 62 Tick, Mike 62 Tilson, Rendell 80 Tineher, Sue 34, E2 Tippett. Don 62 Tipton. Don 96 Titsworth, Tom B0 Todoroll, George 96 Todorotf, Kimberly 06 Tomkins. Don 96 Tostb. Barb 30, 62 Toth, Judi 41, 63 '1'l'L-XCK, EIGI-l'l'll GRADE 110, 111 TRACK, NTNTH GRADE 108. 109 TRACK. SEVENTH GRADE 110, 111 Troxcll, Pam 90 Trulu, Jan 41, 45. U3 Trusccllo, Pnl 20, 41, 63, 118 Whayne, Leslie 57 Wheatley, Larry 31. 54 Wheeler, Diane 80 Wherrili, Donna 31, 34, 41, 04 Whiston, Dan 23, 97 While, Amy 97 White, Dave 97 White, Gwen 29. 32. 33, 43, 84. 118 White. Mrs. Joanne 110 White, Paul Rl, 102. 107 White, Reb 97 White. Roger 35, 40, B4 Whitehead. Vicki 81 Whilehorn, Lynn 97 Whitmore, Betty Jo 88, 97 Whitney. Sandy 64 Wilde. Tina 91 Wilkinson, Lee Ann 81 Williams Anita 97 Williams, Bill 97, 102 Williams, Brad 81. Williams Cheryl 97 Williams, Doug 81 Williams, Je!! 97. 102 Williams, Leslie 81 Willi1xmS. Mark 07 Williamson, Jerry 34, 35, 64 Wilson, Gail 29, 97 Wilson, .Tnmes 81, 97 Wilson. Kathy 97 Wilson. Tammy 97 Southworth, Scott 61 Sovereign, Jock 79 Sowerwlnc, Nancy 23, 34, Sfowerwine, Tom 79 Sowles, Bob 79 Snow. Kim 95 Sparlminn. Connie 95 Sparks, Dennis 95 Spaysky, Leslie 79 Spears, Donna 79 Speer, Ann 95 Spencer. Ken 95 Spencer, Ricke 79 Spicer, Melvin 95 Sponglae-rg, Mike G1 SPORTS 98-1.15 Spregg, Charles til Spring, Mike 79, 102 StaliohS. Mike 95 35. 61 Sl:u'lnveuthcr, Brad 32. 61. 100 Slnrkweathcr, Brenda 95 Starnes, Dennis 32, 72, 79, 102, 103. 107 Slutlon, Mrs. Irene 117 Stnulfer. Sue 61 Steele. Joe 79 Steen, Jim 92, 95 Steen, John R7 Steen, Steve 61 Stein, Dave 79 Stcnquist, Elaine 95 Stcpenskl, Sue 79 Sterling, Diane 95 Stem, .Tell 95 Sterrltl. Beecn 70 Stevens, Kim 90 Stewnrt, Debbie 29, 79 Stireinan. Beth 79 Stiles. Clnria 79 Stokes, Linda 96 Stone, Mr. Donald 24, 25 Stone, Lnrl 34, 35, 59, 61 Stout. Rick 96 Stoutenburg, Dave 38, 96. 102 Sloutcnburg, Mike 36, 37, 61, 100 Slrnller, Doug 29, 95, 102, 106 Slrnhm, Ron 32, 33, 62 Strain, Rick E2 Streil, Alan 62 Strickland, Dodie 96 Strock. Mrs. Dorothy 115 Strong, Bill 96 Strong, Cindy 62, 115 Strong. Lynne 96 Slruhlc, Mrs. Marlene 17 STUDENT..-UDES 40 STUDENT COUNCIL 28, 29 STUDENT PORTRAITS. EIGHTH GRADE E5-81 STUDENT PORTRA'l7'S. NINTH GRADE 48-64 STUDENT PORTRAITS, SEVENTH GRADE 81491 Tupiczak, Janet 63 Turnbull, Karen B0 Turner, Kent 96 "ltn'ner, Susan 96 Tuson, Brucl 96, 102 Tllson. Kirk 32. 63, 118. 1151 Tynnn. .Tell 96 human, Tim 07 I' -U- Umph ey, Mike 34, 63. 100. Unsleber, Kurt 03 Unsleher, Sylvia 96 Upton, 1-Zim 95 - v .. Vachon. Dlzinc 80 Vazls, Linda 63 Vztillnnccurt, Mrs. Louise 25 Valdez, Vlcln B0 Vztllier. Joe 63 Van, Rod 63 Van. Roxanne 96 Vance, Terry 96 Vanderhoek, Mary 96 VanderVeer, Cathy 96 Vnndmskn, Tim 96 Vanlleteten, Chuck 80, 102 VanGo1'don, Denis 80 Vanicelli, Dan 45, 63 Vanicelll, Julie 40, 41, 63 Vanhlnrman, .Tawn 80 Vartnbedlnn, Roy 80, 107 VanRoekel, Roger B0 Vnnwcy, Miss Betsy 20 101, 101 Vnrlon. Knthy 28, 32, 45, 03, 115 Vasquez, David 00 Vnsnuez. Knlhy 34, 35. 63 Vasounz. Tony 63 Vaurzhan. Mr. J. Duilield 15. 21 Vnuiliernt. Cheryl 90 Vt-on, Elizahc-tli 96 Venn. John 80. 102 Venn. Nnnna 03 Vcrhey, Lavon 31, 51. 63 Vcrhey, Lynn 32. 40, 63 Vorlee. Doug 80, 102, 107 Visco. Steve 80. 102 Vlsniski, Mnry 34, 36, 63 Visniski, Stephen 80 Voelpel, Mark G3 Vogel. Mark 80 vouett, nanny 90 Voltmer, Bruce 96 Vollmer. Richard 63 VonBax-gran, Debbie 96 Vonl3argen, Mrs. Dorothy 1.15 Voorheis, Jim 34, 63 Voorhels, Scott 96 vm, nine 32. 41, sa Vore, Randy H0 Voss, Nancy 96 .. W .- Wngner, Joe 63 Wilson, Teresa 34, 64 Wiltfang, Pete 64 Winter, Gregory 29, 97 Wise. Shelln 97 Wolven, Rob 81 Wonch. 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