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

 - Class of 1971

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Let this be my solemn vow: To take each moment and live Each moment in peace, eternally. Let there be peace on earth, And let it begin with me. Sy Miller and Jill Jackson to love and to work and to play and to look at the stars ...... 30 clashes 82 clubs 98 3 v V f i To despise nothing in the world except falsehood -,, -, , . , . - X. X .X - J'.,f-'-viii' ,va 1 , .- , 1 , , - 'xx -5. N . . ..-. i 3-..:7,,5,H I,3.H .V -. A -H iq- U! , K Let peace begin with us. Mason was built for us, shouZdn't we give it a chanceg a chance to prepare us for what's ahead? The teachers are here for our bene- fit. Shoalcln't we give them a chance, too? What we're talking about is peace in the classroom, and it may mean putting more classes into it than we are now. We only get out of somthing what we put into it. In school we're not always sitting in the classroomg we're in the halls, in the lunch- room, and on the buses, all with other people who deserve the same chance for peace. We're all here to learn, and often teachers can learn from us, too. ,,..-1' 4 fi ud f-.els and meanness and to fear nothing except cowardice....... 5 To covet nothing that is your neighborfs QW? 5. concepts except his kindness o heart and gentleness of manners ....... Let peace begin with us. Do we know what peace is? Peace means different things to different people. Because our friends have a different view about it, are they wrong? We may think: it is having our way, but if everything is always our way, no one else is happy. We can't have peace without happiness. It takes a mature person to realize that for peace, we have to give as much as we take capers Peace means friendship to some people. Aren't we at peace with ourselves when we are with people we like and with whom we can get along? But peace includes everyone. Even our enemies are human. They must have peace, too. Are we disturbing their peace? What does peace mean to them? It is something to think about. concepts l Let peace begin with us. In sports, peace can mean achievement and is the basis of good sportsmanship. It takes more than one man to make a team. It takes many people working together, with clashes plenty of teamwork. Without honesty and respect for fellow' players, our team is nothing. Even though the opposition wears a dif- ferent color jersey, we're all reaching for the same goal: winning. To be governed by your admirations rather than by your disgusts ....... X ir,fQi'f w -l , .. ' if-l r 5 1 1 1 3 V.-...M I PMN H... Let peace begin with us. In any club, activity, or organization, every- one is there for the same purpose. Whether itis bowling, cleaning up the campus, or producing a play, everyone has to work together. It takes teamwork to come up with the final product. If we don't have peace within ourselves clubs and for our fellow man, can anything be accomplished? I f we're not able to get along with everyone, no one will want to. work with us. Is it peace with everyone arguing? We all think we're right, clon't we? When we make an effort to learn everyone's views, we'll realize that to have peace we must make compromises. Q 3 ,tug l , To be satisfied with your possessions but not contented IOQ concepts if " ff' L :Tl - .' I lndf, ' . A 1,5 f5'fYl,a,,g, . 4 4. . fy, .,A , U T .g:,,.:i .., n'1j2gL".'af 1v . 4 -f-:fg'.:f:. Y T rw. -1 ff ,, -5--A M , - -my-, W . ::-- .'75.':f?----f-f ir . FL +- 6 1 - .. -..Q - L 4 , l ,W 5-5' , ig . L4 i 1,2f:aH.:5T:1D'I.2-:lg-:iff 1 ,V ' J-.I q L+-,Ev -L 3, ..: .1 .gli , .E .Lfi:fZzr1T"A"'?2," . Q Q ' f- M' TQ P- it Q4 .L ..,.x,,.,L.,..L. H.. . . Hi?-'?f,Tv-Qi-f--' ww -- ' 5-fl?-?+5'Ayr-2-'QT - . Tie " 'wb' p'.1:frL.1Lw4r'-If - " '-l"' 4' 5 1 4,u:,.,-.J.?,'ft., 3 'g.gjg- 5 ' - :LEFQ ' 'lr -2- . " "-7f1T7 'f, ffl rgfffz' f-5 ' qw'-fi. :germ A 7 V, -1 ' H' 457 i ' 'k1s5q:frsf1..ig::qf A 1 l ,. sh ,Qfesarjjnahffr 4 f' 1 Q xe:sfr51',,-HQ lf. L 1'c1".'-'Z' , ' 5 1' '-ff-jr-Hvwm-.-4: 'Sf WZ, 5As'1'?2 fx Q1 esaawige ' "JE" , , ,M , , h , , wh .,v "?5fL'f'c3ff5!3',:"3p:'7f2i'1?' - -A -I , ' wi f-fs:-,: - with yourself until you have made the best of them ..... These are little guide-posts on the footpath to peace. Henry Van Dyke .VH 4-fn? 4.1 QE21if1i'v 'Es 111, -,-:,:,:.A .r -yr Q i w wwf m y ' ', -., 'w X xg- 2 , , -. wr-1, Q59-..,,,, '7-""' I f.. K"'frl "1,. -' Peace cannot be kept by force, it can only be achieved by understanding. Albert Einstein classes Administrators strive to communicat WS i Dr. Iohn Pagen ' MI- ROY I- A1eXGI1d9r Dr. Gene E. Megiveron Supefiflfendem of SCIYOOIS' Assistant Superintendentf Director of Secondary Instructional Area Educqfjgn Waterford Schools Board of Educatio Mr. Philip M. Hampton President . ' 4: - . K. A . yu,-:HY 5: 1, if "-1. 9 if -,H L. 'E ' 1. E Z. v s .U . ' - 'E Mrs. Virginia M. Ross 7 S ecretary f .I T ll 4-J l M Mr. Lewis S. Long so , , Treasurer it 1 . ' w , HN ' ix 11 Mr. Elden C. Rosegarf Mr. Louis H. Schimmel Mr. Stanley W. Kurzmcm Mr. Ichn F. Volker! Trustee Trustee Trustee Tr 115199 14' administration , ith staff and students el Mr. Douglas Kuechle, B House coordinator Q Mr. lcrmes Amell, A House coordinator Mason's men up top, Mr. David Freeman, principal: Mr. Douglas Kuechle, B House co- ordinator: and Mr. Iames Amell, A House co- ordinator, devoted their time and energies to working with students cmd staff. With secretaries to do their clerical work, the administrators kept the learning ball rolling. Students were often sent to these men for disciplinary reasons. They had to make dec- isions on punishment, often making them seem like the bad guys. But because they had t.he best interest of the students at heart, the ad- ministrators eamed an abundance of respect. rum: IL-7 'bang ihi bb., kililsm x '-wr xi 1 ' Mr. David Freeman, principal rr X, administration C 15 'H -3 L -..,q,eg- -V V 1'-'Ex". 71: ,,Y4, 755, . L , 0 ,- ti 1 P 2 ff'-:SL gg. E ' t K' , r-wwf. -- in r , wK."w"w.,- H. ...t w 'NH . W 1 it Installing a pocket on the pool table he's building in woodshop, Dan I-leym realizes precision is important. "This is like seeing the real thing," Mr. lay Williams ex- plains to fellow student teacher Miss Kim Woo, as they examine a photo copy ot President Lincoln's immortal words in their original form. lt's not as hard as it looks," insists Lisa Rogers urging her reluctant partners to duplicate her upside-down position dur- ing cr gym class unit on gymnastics. ei Mr. Joseph Kramer Mi-93 Carol P 7191193 science science Mrs. Barbara Mulbarger MT- Mel RUUJCU-5' math, algebra chorus Mr. Donald Pence Mrs. Charlene Wright industrial arts, basic physical education electronics, woodshop 1 6 mm 11 Miss Carol Phelps, Mr. Mel Rookus, Mrs. Barbara Mulbarger, Mr. Ioseph Kramer, Mrs. Charlene Wright, Mr. Don Pence. Teachers became jacks-of-all-trades because of the many classes offered and the numbers of students who took them. Additions to the teaching staff, making it the biggest ever, meant there were less classrooms than teachers. It was hard for some of them, not having a classroom to call their own, and as a result some teachers were in a different classroom every hour of the day. This pre- sented the unusual problem of teachers scurry- ing through crowded halls to get to class on time, often carting all their instructional mater- ials with them. ---6 Paul Lczmpkin, Mrs. ludy Caswell, Mrs. Marybeth Robb, lean Sowerwine. eachers faced with planning variety of lessons Spelling bees go over big with students in Mrs. Mary lo Smith's block class. Marie Hogan attempts a difficult word. Do you suppose Maureen O'MaIIey, Lisa Miller, Brad Shultz, Brad Fields, and Greg Carter are hoping she will miss? Below, Mr. Dave Reschlre tells it like it is in todo'y's English classes to interested parents during open house. Mrs. Judy Caswell math 4 M r. Paul Lumpkin math Mrs. Marybeth, Robb exploratory music, civics, ancient history Mrs. Jean Sowerwine business typing, student aides classes I Q17 Enrollment reached its highest peak this year with crowded classrooms and not enough books to go around. But, 'on the positive side, new classes provided many new learning experiences. Mass media was the answer for those who wanted to learn how' TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines affect today's society. The growing field of electronics, with its expand- ing career opportunities, aroused the curiosity of many who chose the basic electronics classes. Others sought to develop their interest in rockets and the solar system through or study of space science. . . ,iff ,.,. .5 1 W ' 'X , mfqssib Q v ,Q I me ,, ,X A. X at fn. 1: -1 ,Q 99,11 hgh V 1 k , 1.4 , V ct . K ,v vi -ilu-'il 'gvlz 31-an lr-:gf "kr ,' . .I s . V- ,, , l X 15 , 4 V 1l'i,..:.,! ,Q-gs, V ' ,,,.w,WQl1,g...H..,3'f+,,4,' 'lf--2" 3 -. . P s...ll!l -1 - . 4 L' "Coffee, tea, or coke?" Mr, Iohn Auger asks Mrs. Diane Tong and Miss Kathleen Hendry. A little refreshment in the teachers' conference room hits the spot when there are papers to correct, Mr. John A. Mercmda algebra Mr. Michael M iley science MT. Bill Miilu physical education, home mechanics, industrial arts, wooclshop Miss Jill Ross science Mrs. Marlene Struble English, Civics 18 Q classes Extra students mean crowded classrooms Many kinds of activities are reflected in the resource Some students get serious work done tor a class or for a favorite book, in contrast to others who seem to daydream or wander aimlessly. E" i me-se - - - -'A 1 1 1 s. fa' , 'XIX' Q D 6 5 5 Y ' ' Q, 1 xr Y V , , .. , Mr. Michael Miley, Mr. Bill Miilu, Mr. lohn Meranda, Mrs Marlene Struble, Miss lill Ross. hope he'll accept this," chuckles Brian Cronk, hoping teacher won't notice mistakes on his isometric drawing. I'd better start over. lt'1l only be the third time!" l aT, Y I es Sl sv is 5 E " s ' M-. 'Qs-S.: AL C '2-E v- ' A 1--kg, Mrs. Donna Elwell, Mr. lohn Auger, Mrs. Diane Tong, Mr. Iczcques Perry, Mr, Louis Randall III, Mrs. Harriett Hotfarth. "l'll never figure it out," laughs Bob Young, listening to an explanation of stock market quotations from Mr. Donald Castle and Leslie Williams. "Can I read the comics now?" Mr. John Auger Mr. Jacques E. Perry language arts, French, civics, social studies ancient history Mrs. Donna Elwell Mr. Louis Randall, III homemalcing science Mrs. Harriett Hoffarth Mrs. Diane Tang Ianguage arts, math social studies classes Q19 Projects by art classes brighten the atmosphere all aroun the building. Ruth Pollick outlines part ot the gay winte scene on the ottice windows tor the holidays. "I wish you hadn't baked so many different things, then my decision wouldn't be so hard," Mrs. Cleta Largent sighs Q, as Pam Lucarelli olters her cottee at the annual Christmas ' tea in the homemalcina room. W .ir Y M .h 1 K V. 1 A -ehsfv Y X ' F X - ' x :. xx " . R X X . '. XX N . , X 'XX , . i X . N Rex N V"" ,I in "1 1 - 1 'yu .- '. . A A -4 N -N, --L 1 4, Mr. Robert Casteel physical education Mrs. Sara Lou Reabe language arts, social studies Mr. Donald Castle Civics, world Qe0QfCfPhY Mr. Joseph Tomasino language arts, social studies Mr. Arthur Linteau D language arts, Social Studies Miss Barbara Wallace language arts, . X , 3? F ' i .JI eau? mmm' -w" social studies In -I MTS. MaTy McKimmy French, Civics' . M. D za c tl , Mr. Gil wafers, Mrs. sqm Lou Reabe ancient history MT' G21 Waters Mr. Aghlgr Lingeizue, Mr. loseph Tomasino, Mrs. Mary Mclfim- English' Civlcs my, Mr. Robert Casteel, Miss Barbara Wallace. 20' classes x. , ,JJ A -.r rr. l gg "ll -J - -a Y A :NWA 4- Panel members Mrs. Marlene Struble, Mrs Norma Clark, and Mr. John Merancla discuss the generation gap. Eager participants in the eighth grade bloclc class are Bill Healy LN-M' Tony Wood, and Garry Moses. inth grade block split into English, civics Something new aroused the interest of ninth grade students with the split of civics and English classes. Most ninth graders felt they were able to learn more extensively about English and Civics with two separate- classes instead of the combined block of time. Several new teachers were added to the staff in this area. Another change involved eighth grade block classes. Instead of the farmer one hour daily for integrated study of language arts and social studies, the blocks were extended to two hours. The return to full days of school made this possible. Mrs. Susan Thomas, Mrs. Mary lean lozwiak, Miss Betsy Van Wey, Mr. Dave Re-schke. Midshipman First Class Michael Bielby, a senior at Anna polis Naval Academy, describes the lite ol a naval cadet and the advantages ol a naval career lor ninth grade civics classes Mrs. Mary Jean Jozwiak hornemcrlcing Mr. Dave Reschlce English, civics Mrs. Sue Thomas science Miss Betsy Van Wey Spanish classes Q21 Trying to block out the sound, lane Lewis, Carol Mercer, Mary Bramen, and Debbie Wood watch the rocket they built blast ati. Denise Bates, Sue Katip, Andrea Hewitt, Mr. lim Mandley, Tina Anderson, and Cindy Alexander share their anticipation, but Ion Plummer is too busy igniting the rocket from the car's battery. The launching is one of the space science Class projects. Mason's population includes new " . . . and I hope you'll enjoy seeing our school," concludes Mr. David Freeman as he addresses parents at the open house held to celebrate American Education Week. Mrs. Carol Ferguscm. MT- L06 Rice physical education Mr. Jim Mandzey science, home mechanics, basic electronics 22' classes math Mrs. M ary Robinson science, arts and crafts Mrs. Arm Roolcus librarian With skyrocketing enrollment and a full school day this year, the need for many addi- tional teachers arose. Approximately Z0 new faces graced the classrooms, some filling new positions cmd others replacing former teachers who had left Mason. Some of them came from other schools, but for many it was their first year in the teaching profession. They found the sprawling building and flexible schedule a bit confusing at first, but all agreed it was soon easy to fit right in. ,Miz lim Mandley, Mr. Lee Rice, Mrs. Mary Robinson Mrs Ann Rookus, Mrs. Carol Ferguson. "Well, I'm no Herb Alpert, and I don't think I'll make the Tijuana Brass, but it I'm good enough for Mason's band, this practice will be worth it," Paul Allen rationalizes. Mr. Edward Haley, Mrs. Icmice Bodoin, Mr. Iohn Diliegghio, Mr. Iohn Saum, Mr. Herbert Parrott. Staring at the still lite arrangement in the toreground, Chris Siano tries to organize his plans. Tim Foster, Roger Van- Roelcel, and Bill Boyle are nearly finished with their char- coal drawing in art class. v 3 Mrs. Janice Bodoin math, sci ence Mr. John Deliegghio business typing Mr. Edward Haley arts and crafts, art .agwuvng-v 4 ... Mr. Herbert Parrott band Mr. John Saum science classes Q 23 Curriculum study will meet changing needs Something different for the teachers this year were district-Wide study groups. Once a month junior and senior high teachers in the some subject area got together to discuss their curriculum. By' evaluating the teaching of each subject from seventh through twelfth grades, their goal was to develop a more interesting pre- sentation of materials and prevent the repeti- tion in some areas year after vear. "Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou?" quotes Anne Simmons to Larry McCarrick. Sue Weber directs the scene in Mrs. Louise Vaillancourt's block class. Mzss Sandy Berridge Mrs. Marion Novess arts and crafts civics, journalism, yearbook Mzss Beverly Foco Mr. Mel Patterson civics mass media business typing, business math f 24!Q classes Typical of issues that concern today's youth are the Cindy Schwab, Bill Banks, Frank Biehl, and Sue mount on the bulletin board to illustrate some of resources for their group report in civics class. cl at Mr. Melvin Patterson, Miss Beverly Poco, Miss Sandy Ber- ridge, Mrs. Marion Novess. 'O -bf "ls there anyone who doesn't have cr pencil?" Mr. Duttie Vaughan asks as Miss Brenda Ebersole distributes papers to those seated in the back of the catetorium, The counselors annually administer a battery ot achievement tests for all seventh graders. Debbie lennings finds the art ot speaking before cz group a bit more ditticult, below, discovering that any small disturbance can distract most ot her audience in English class. Mr. Larry Nepiuk, Mrs, Mary lo Smith, Mrs. Barbara Cicchelli, Miss Kathleen Hendry, Mrs. Louise Vaillancourt. Mrs. Barbara Cicchelli Mrs. M ary .Io Smith, arts and crafts, art language arts, --Y social studies Miss Kathleen Hemi,-y Mrs. Louise Vaillancourt English, civics IUUC' ,age arts, social studies , ff Mr. Larry Nepjulc language arts, social studies classes I 25 5' 26' classes 3 w 1 Mrs. Norma Clark math, homemalcing, physical education Mrs. Carol Doeringer business typing Mr. Gerald Eichman physical education Mrs. Donna Hoefer math Mrs. Addie Lawrence language arts, social studies 'Mr. James Monlciewicz industrial arts, drafting Mr. Keith, Phillips industrial arts, metal shop MTS. S'Ll8l11L Poole language arts, social Astudies Mrs. Pat Sesvolcl math Mr Keith Phillips has a hearty handshake for Mrs. Carol Doeringer. New to the faculty, Mrs. Doe-ringer replaces Mr. Dale Allen who was dralted in December. Mrs. Norma Clark, Mrs. Addie Lawrence, Mrs. Donna Hoeter. , YA?" -45.1. .xgqsi-4,. Y: ...Q 5.32" , . -:. .2 .' , , ' ijt, lg H... , 2, . - .. qpznlt -X1 , -, - - qi: ai 1 JL Er! s .li gfifg? "LL " 'tr i' 'T k ' -"eil 5 W Zi es., - ' 'E-ftp ' ir 'J 7 fiieiiik 4 if 3?-.Fi YF 2 zgm- 2 ff f ,ii 1 Mr. Iames Monlciewicz, Mrs. Pal Sesvold, Mrs. Susan Poole Mr. Gerald Eichman. Faculty members teach many different skills Learning handicaps of various kinds have always created problems for students, but Mason has tried to ease this situation with more classes to provide extra help for those who need and want it. Newest among these -aids was reading devel- opment, a class designed primarily to build reading skills and speed for those who like to read. Closely related was the reading labora- tory, which offered slower readers an oppor- tunity to achieve a higher reading level through the use of more specialized and individualized training. Speech correction classes he-lped close the Communication gap for many students. Learn- ing to form sounds more accurately and speak more clearly, helped them gain a new confi- dence that carried over into their other classes. Individual and small group instruction met an important need for students in the two spe- cial education classrooms. Depending on the amount and kind of extra help they needed, students spent from one hour to the entire school day in these classes. Much emphasis was placed on learning manual skills along with their basic academic studies. 3 .iff "Mm-rn, warm bread with lots ol butter," enthuses Mr. Donald Stone as Miss Fran johnson applies the spread. The special education teachers enjoy sampling the fresh bread, baked by some ol the boys in Miss lohnson's class. In the background, David Fellmy spoons flour into the bowl as Gary Alclred carefully stirs it into the liquid to mix up another batch. Practice, practice, and more practice is speech correctiomst Mrs. Olivia Goyette's theme, and she stresses this with Tom Lane. Craig Thompson practices mentally as he awaits tis turn to show his progress. ir -A ' l cg, ,M N i I-it Comparing notes on students' achievement seems to be a happy experience lor the reading teachers, Mrs. BettyASt'eele and Mrs. Kitty Wehrli l special services Q27 It takes top talent to C-afeteria, clerical, and custodial Workers had a bigger job than ever this year because of the crowded school. The secretaries shared the work load to keep the school running. A new addition was an attendance office where absence records were closely checked, and students found it harder to skip classes. Cafeteria employees prepared lunches for almost 1800 students with different likes and dislikes. They tried to solve this by frequently inaoducing new dishes to the menu. It stood to reason that more students meant more custodial work. If there were an anti- pollution award, the custodians would have won it for their terrific job. L , Food Service Employees. Mrs. Barbara Worel, Mrs. Esther Iohnson, Mrs. Grace Fourn, Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs. Mary Lou Hakala, Mrs. Bernice Selberg, Mrs. Dorothy Van Bargen, Mrs. Ioyce Markham, Mrs. Mar- garet Wyzgoski, Mrs. Ann Bmzyck, Mrs. Dorothy Strock. F' . ,-f',a.,,-,iii "Yes, I have the notice right here: I'11 see that some- one gets it to you," Mrs. Cleta Largent, office manager, tells the party at the other end ot the line. 28C school services tackle tougher tasks , r as r . I i.t..... Wi sis C-' I' 171. . if ISA.- School comrnunications take a lot of time, but Mrs. Myldred Roberts, A House secretary, squeezes a letter in among her other duties. , iii ' TT' ' " ' 1.4, 455 lj'-'27 -1- j Fixing the thermostcrts is a frequent chore for Tommy Mc- Clerren, engineer, and Sy Mowry. M'ason's thermostafs seem as unpredictable as Michigan's weather, "I don't want you to take my picture. I'm too busy checking grades for IBM cards," pleads Mrs. ludy Kulinski, B House secretary. "Why don't you come back tomorrow?" ' 7 " 1' 'T V575 l .LQ ' ,. 1 ,. ., - 7 A , 1 2. I' .. I x fu. tl 5 . I - , 'Q ' ul 'im "lg 'W V ' 3, "Wi W I . ,mAF,.., I I N A I X .. 5. Q, W . ,- ' 5' V- --' N -' -t I 'r'- I I ' 47 '- L . ' I. ' ' 'lf pgni -'H . . ... lsr . - ' , ' -1' e .'- .1 . Q- l- " , - -' I 2. - - -Q - : I-9 'F--'-N.f"i2, . ' I I . J v fifi 'r flergb -3 1 92775, Food Preparation Employees: Mrs. Helen Driller, Mrs. Lena Lewis, Mrs. Esther Iohnson, Mrs. Marge Kerr, Mrs. loan Going, Mrs. Grace Hawley. Custodians. Mr, Harold l-leiieron, Mr. Iames Lundgren, Mr. Emil Fredette, Mr. Michael Dockham, Mr. Paul Kent. lt's often hectic keeping track of the whereabouts of nearly 1800 students. Mrs. Ruth Lawrence mans the attendance office, which is new this year. 1. ,gf 1 Because ot all the money she handles in the book- store, Mrs. Irene Simmons linds an electric adding l machine is the only way to lceep track of it all. school services I 29 W Q x M" 59, F Y, VF? - 30' capers ,5-'gg J""1 -i capers Nothing can bring you peace but ypurself. Ralph, Waldo Emerson capers Q3 1 Powder puff teams play tough tournament 9 'R Switching places with the girls is lun once in a while, claim Powderpull Cheerleaders Mark Iames, Bob Wareclr, Dennis Goodson, Rick Iordan, foe Steele, Dennis Stames, and Tim Talie. The female lootball players seem a little con- fused about which goal line is which. The action look place when A House and B House girls competed for the school championship. A House claimed the victory. Charles Abate Garry Aldred - Cindy Alexander Debbie Alexander Sharon Allan A Debi Allen ll Glen Allen Brian Anderson Christina Anderson Karen Anderson Patti Anderson Bob Angel Yolanda Anznres Linda Applin Bob Armstrong Stanley Ash, Kathy Ashby Greg Bailey A is . 32' capers- ninth, grade Bill Banks Donna Baranoskt Jeff Barger Carla Barnhill Martha Barry Loren Bass Tom Bateman Denise Bates Valerie Batt Steve Beal Cheryl Beaver Paul Beck Joan Becker John Beilfuss George Bellairs Sandy Bellant Mike Bennett Richard Bennett Amy Bergemann John Beyette Shelley Bibb Frank Bzehl Craig Birch Dennzs Bishop Joanne Blades Joyce Blevins Dave Blum Steve Blythe Delores Bolton Dzana Bondy Pam Booth John Borders Jack Boyce Terri Boylan Bill Boyle Debi Bradley Dayna Bradshaw Mzke Bragg Mary Braman Mary Kay Brauer Sally Breeding Brenda Bridges capers- ninth grade Q33 Lunch hour: good time to be with friend Ioni Ickel, Linder Applin, cmd Kathy Young stroll towcrrd the cafeteria, keeping cm eye out ior friends to catch up. Steve Brown Charles Bruce Rita Bruce Scott Bruslce Karen Buettner Cheryl Burgdorf Lori Burns John Burnside Steve Burrill Andrew Campbell Donna Campbell Michelle Campbell Scott Campbell Vicki Campbell Anna Capling Kevin Cappell Brian Carey Sue Carie Dale Geng and Gary Pelton find they don't need a strc to drink their milk. Mark Smith, Hoy Varlcrbedian, Gre Hatcher, Pat Dixon, and left Gormly shcrte food and con versation. W Kim Broadwater Joya Brooks Gregor Brown Mary Brown My N 34D capers- ninth grade Chris Carrier David Carter Kim Castor Fran Caswell Clarence Cavalier David Chalcroff Steve Chambers Lorraine Charter Kathy Checlcley Gary Chiesa Joann Christie Liz Clark Don Clasman Jaquie Colgan Lee Collard iv? 6' ' Linda Collier Debbie Collins Mitch Collins 5 l JH!! Kathy Collom 'S C. Andy Condon V Dianne Conibear D, Thomas Conkle it -N Kathy Connor Q' K' Pat Camas .3 Vi Cynthia Cope Greg Copeland Lonnie Corkum Sharlene Corlcum Karen Coughlin Rick: Couture Debi Cremer Bryan Cronk Audie Cross Cheryl Crothers Jackie Crystal Sue Danielsen fv- AQ . v 1' I ' ,K V, 44? . Tim Darling Martha Davis Rob Davis Cherie Dempster Rorcanna Dennis Debbie Deo capers-ninth grade I 35 Theresa DePappa Lucy Denman Dave DeVaugh Renay Dillon Pat Dixon Billl Donthitt Janet Doyon Dawn Drendall Alice Easterling Dean Eclcles Marilyn Edwards Fred Eisele Jeff Elston Fcrest Elwell Pete Emery Dave Eppersan Sanidy Estleman Cathy Evans Steve Everett Don Ewing Ki Fangel Cur is Fightmaster Ann! Filka Bill Findlay Mickey Finn Dennis Fisk Ting Fitzpatrick Ric Foggiano Elai e Forster Bec y Foster Tim,Faster Irene Fountaine Thelma, Fmlntaine Cargl Fournier Kei Fraley Renee Fraley Robin Freeman Ruth French Debbie Friclc Steve Fritz Paul Fry Peggy Fulrner 316' capers- ninth grade -4,-.en-1-.v.-E-f l l n 4 l s,l'n',gW N 4' E ll Aw. , A ' ' x3 J "V" A' Qmll I lu -..v, ..,,.,..,, - ,' bei. 3 J4 51 IIHWRIR llwllilyl A I gwNFl .- " W 'Gui L' ' ,Lu " VB- all - : M we , 'N' E A if W ag-g l ' Ah if .. 1 - Sri-. ' .5 ,ff xl1',q.,4 " , 'lr sl r-ua'-:Exe bf -. ' ' 1 Q- 3- 1 -" - 1 if-,v,L1'Qe 93,9 xl. an -W L-.I L! y 4 -1 " f,v,l m 5 l . m3Q:..L-: 4. Star Furman Ron Gaddis Sharon Garbovits Debbie Garria 'm Chris Gault Dale Geng Johnny George Ron Gibson Dennis Gidcumb Tim Giles Terry Godschallc Dennis Goodson Jeff Gormly Reed Goulet Gary Graf Cindy Grant Ritchie Gravelle Ruth Green ' 1 Q Q, Sheri Green U .QM ij-Q Hy y Teresa Green 5 : i.i.'. T F- -A I Marty Grennier . . Kathy Gm A . . Mary Grin: as V- , Lg. Brian Groat V - V 'Z 5. ,i q ' -7 my l Pam Gruno I '-f' ii T.. L Joe Hadley 5 'll ' f' Vicki H agarnan Diane Hakaza I, Debbie-Hall 'WJ 2 1 Freda Hall Nl v g' DD -- , f Halloween s more un '11 1 ' by wit c own s appearance 0 The joy of being everybody's lunnyman is expressed with cr painted smile over the real grin on the lace of Douglas Williams. The clowning around is at the Halloween dance. 5 .,.,' T -Q e .K as . th ad .37 D- g3,l.-,Eff i capers- nin gr e 55" 52 fy lli, qi:-.'q.eg5 45:53 -0, ,, V .Sigma J,-7F1':.-2.53, 1.,.ZL:gf1.Yw'2-Z"f'X'-- .fix 4 ,A .I --- ' 'SIL . 551.1 wt -v"'-e, , n 5- 1 -izlfffi' WB fp. "l:1-- ":.F. -lf,-.a . 5' ' " ' 7' X " A' I .1150 .L-5 34 45 - Cindy H amil Vern Haney Cindy Hankins Rod Hargraves Kurt Harrington Jeff Harroun Greg Hatcher Richard Hatfield Glenn Hayden Shawn Hearn Jim Hefner Robyn Helms Tom Helms Dawn Hemphill Charles Henson Liz Hepburn Nathan Herkowitz Dave Hester Andrea Hewitt Dan Higginbottom. Patti H ildreth Wayne Hill Kathy Hitchcock Dave Hodge Kelly Hogan Rita Holloway Terri Horton Dale Houck Kyle Houston Pat Howard David Howe Vicky Howe Don Huddleston Jan Hurteau Karen Husband Cathy Hutchinson Dennis Irelan Terri Ish Cindi Isles John Jackson Dan Jacobson Joni Jakel 38. capers- 'VII' km Q , V ,,':g-- ,L Q - f I - : Y' - J! ,Ii -'23 1 f ha 1. be - m -1' sp... , Lv' keel. ' .QL 'L ' 'J f ' , . I J' e-, ,C 2 'f-,Q ,ul J , Y , ,Q 1 ' , X A I , E KJ F 1 1 Vis. J. , l 4 so Q5 Q 1- J JQN , ,f Y - M ' ff w 4: er A -L 3 A " I l gz fs g ' :X 1 , -J ' Ai N all R . J C J H ,, ., . . x -' 1 A v 1 r . H . v 1 w , vi W.-f fri Ai 'N . . Z1 ninth grade V w 1 N "Let's all find our seats now," Pat Howard suggests to these third grad- ers at Grayson School. Pat is one of several girls from Mason who volun- teer their time and effort to assist in the elementary classrooms after their own school cfay is over. Volunteer finds patience pays with children Karen Jalcobofwski Mark: James Marlene Janlcawialc Christine Jantz oo' s e- Lee Jenkins f A Debbie Jennings Berylann Johnson Curtis Johnson Jack Johnson J Julie Johnson f Lee Johnson Marty Johnson Merle Johnson Myra Johnson 1 Rick Jordan Larry Kalis Joe Katchka Sue Katip John Karbginslcy Val Kaufman 'tl Debi Kazakos Brooke Keating W Jeff Keith Bob Kidwell capers-ninth grade C39 Cathy Kildow Robert Kingsbury Mary Kirk Dennis Kirklin Kevin Kirkpatrick Tom Klein Jim Kline Karen Kline Kathie Koop Denise Koren Donald Krause Mark Krywko Steve Kfalesza Robert Kunkle Cheri Kjattkuhn Rod Ladd Vicki Lafnear Rod LaFountain Cleo Lane Sherrie Lane Cart Largent Karen Larive Carl Larml Pat Larr Tom LaTurneau Donna Leece Rick Leibler Tim Lemaster Rod Lemons Janice Leptinsky Rose Lesh Dave Lessel Carol Lewis Jane Lewis Sheryl Lewis Kim Liley Dan Lovelace Pam Lucarelli Brenda Lynn Karen MacDonald John MacKay Bill Maki 40' capers-ninth grade ' i L. I . i 1 N ... -111 fi . g M cl", S ,, i , Bw 1 are . H Y, Ni 5 7 WT , W 'A li is rpg -' fig' 'L +L fq " 1 r 1. A 'N fi i , .X W - ,Tu I , e N X gm W L , . '. V 'fig I 'fe 'buy V Jx ,, 2 ,' fs L A l I , Q14 l Q I", R John Makrias Karen Mangen Larry Manning Marcia Marcero Rod Markham Rick Maroney Bob Martindale Sue Martinson Larry Mason David Mattoon Cyndi May Tom Mayne Marvel McCarrick Dan M cCauZey Mike McClenahen Jimmy McDonald Mark McDonald Rod M cM ahon Teri Mellema Sandy Mendham Kim Menghini Carol Mercer Jeffrey Merritt Cory Messer IQZZQQMPQIQMQCZ Majorettes win spot Rabin Middleton Greg Miller Qggfgefijiiig, on Kettering squad Twirlers Kim Roy and Amy Bergemann practice their "Drunken Sailor" routine before audiiioning tor the Waterford-Kettering mcrjorettes. The girls learned later they had both been accepted. ninth, grade C41 Don Milley Cathy Mohney Jane Morgan Bob Morley Debbie Morris Mary Mote Mike Motsinger Dave Maha Stacey Muller Debbi Murdock Rick Murphy Chris Murrell Dave Myas Paula Myers Carol Neighbors Rick Nelson Heidi Newman Jackie Nicholson gel: ' 'T' 1 S?ei:v5""4 1' Y. John Nivelt 1 ? Dona Norman 'J "5 Jim odiz ,i it Barb Ogg J' Pat O'NeiZ ZZ A e ir' Kevin Overa , ' H Fern Oiierbaugh Randy Overfield Linda Page Bill Parker Foreign cuisine adds zest to anyone's meal Exotic foods appeal to Kathy Hitchcock and Vickie Whitehead who fill their plates with new and dilierent dishes. This International Dinner for ancient history students was spon- sored by Mrs. Marybeth Robb's class. 42l capers-ninth grade Xhs E an H1 65 3' Jzrn Parker Czndy Pauly Jzll Pawley Gary Pelton Renee Pender grass Terry Penfold Robzn Penland Vanessa Perry Mark Peters Kathy Phelps M aa: Phelps Dale Pzclcett Dzane Pzckett Debbze Pzllow Jon Plummer Ruth Pollzclc Shelley Porter K andz Preston Russ Ann Preston Shzrlee Procter Debbze Pullzs John Ragate Debbze Ravens Debbze Reed Rzclc Reed Robb Rezd Brenda Rentsch Debra Reccford Jack: Rexford Sandy Redford Rzck: Reynolds Brzan Rhodes Cheryl Rhue Brad Rzce Mary Rzch Thomas Rzchardson Becky Rzclc Kezth Rzclcsgers Pam, Rzsner Leah Roberts Jeanne Robznson Dzane Roehl capers nznth grade Q43 .Jw Ng.-' '-2:5 X , ' JF' ff! 'ii .- 1 ' gf 4: .f 'v -px It , V l 1 .--m ' f T1 , R W ' g,.. . g - 1 . ': " f N 31' L54 2 w S':J"N1 lb, 2. 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Ein Sr, J Mark Rogers Monie Rohrer Fred Roocl John Rossetto Mike Rossi Dick Rottenberk Kim Roy Charles Ruark Karen Ruffatto Rhonda Runyan Mary Rust Kathy Ryan Jim St. Arno Rick Salkeld Tony Santos Rick Sartell Karen Scarlett Rob Scharf Sue Scheuermann Karen Schiffner Vicki Schimp Becky Schlaich Charlie Schnake Dori Schnake Cheryl Schulz Cindy Schwab Cathie Scott Joyce Scott Debbie Scrivens Sue Sebring Don Seeterlin Barbara Seling Mike Shafer Doug Shearer Shari Shelton Madeline Shepard Jeri Shopkin Molly Shorts Chris Siano Julie Simpkinson Chris Skellenger Kim Skrobeck I . vii! -i A V . .wifi N " - if NLT- 44' capers-ninth grade ' as i gp ff i 1'1" .Lili , ,V R...-f. v. .f ,J Q' zap J ifl ' J X bw... , J .. 1 J Hu M- 'X 11 , gf' -i,-.- 1 ,3 L, V. - s. ,-. u , . , , , ,ai .w nn- - . 1 , ,1- ., 1 itself Ki K ' -3 its 1 ,llfllr Ns Ji - wan' ,wi ' ,-',-'fix -'Mfg Eye . .aww , ,. ,, .. ,.,, .1-as 1. L. I K- in 'E : J-I I ,., . F ' I l' , Q 55- r xnxx? x .- t A.. .I fi 'Q M -h 1. i , A Q 'Q Exchange student entertains Mariners Playing the guitar comes naturally for Marisa Pacheco, exchange student from Brazil. Glenn Allen, Mickey Finn, and Terri Horton listen closely as she accomi- panies hersell, While singing a folic song in her native Portugese. Q, Robin Slade ' Cindi Smith Joe Smith Lie Smith LuAnn Smith Mark Smith fi 'W ' V gs Y? I-,Q Merry Smith Ron Smith Steve Smith Terri Smith Tim Smith. Tom, Smith l M l in i W ' .y Vicki Smith - Y' A A' Denise Sofariall l A fi 'iii - Brenda Southard S t f y E iwffi lim Jack Sovereign 1 f:f'f+ Bob Sowles xi li' E Leslie Spaysky Donna Spears Rick Spencer Mike Spring Dennis Starnes Joe Steele Dave Stein l We f T l ' "- 'V Sue Stepanski , A - jf" Becca Sterritt 'S , Beth Stireman , Cindy Stites 1 ,y,, Debbie stout Debbie Stump capers-ninth, grade U45 Bob Surre Stephen Sutherland Ford Sutton Debbie Sweet Tim Taffe Liz Tallent Cheryl Taylor Darrel Taylor Cheryl Teal David Terry Priscilla Theriault Michele Thomas Becky Thompson Bob Thompson Sue Thornell Becky Thornton Cindy Throop Randy Tilson Linda Tipton Tom Titsworth Karen Turnbull Diane Vachon Viola Valdez Tim Vandruska Chuck VanFleteren Denise VanGordon Jawn VanNorman Roger VanRaekel Roy Vartabedian David Vasquez John Vega Doug Verlee Mark Vogel Randy Vore Mary Wallace Sharyl Walsh Mike Warchock Bob Wareck Rod Warner Ed Warntz Brad Washburne Stacy Weaver :-:, ...v..,.f -1 T, , X . . 5 'ili fi 4 1, A A. -',..f1 . . , 2. 1- 1, ,. .I 1 , .. - 1 Y X43 'R if 'YF' 4 46' capers- ninth grade Eighth Grade Happiness is being together with a frie Mystery and merriment are the mood at the Halloween had enough togethemess, ihe girls begin to remove dance, and Sheryl Secrelo and Sue Knilfel make it easy garb, but finally sink to the floor in a helpless heap io see why in their prize-winning costume. Deciding they've laughter. Larry Abeare Mary Abeare Deborah Adams Stan Aiello Lisa Aittama Greg Aldrich Ruth Allard Kim. Allen Paul Allen Jim Amann Larry Anderson Mike Anderson 48XQ capers- eighth grade I as .-1? ,ee-fl .- ' A . W H , QM-+ .Qi . -A , f s.. .tw 1. qi.. - A ,I - . ,jeg - .fer l P' Y ' ' -Ae 2 r el Mzke Anderson Make Armstrong J, A Ed Arnold LaDawn Baade '13 Dennzs Bacon X , YN Torn Bazer Lorz Bazn Roberta Baker Lynn Ballard 'V Dave Barker Bob Barnett Kathleen Barnum Sk X 'B Nr EJ 4 .Izm Barrager Kevm Bates Dennzs Batten John Bauer Mzke Beach Fred Beam wg Joe Belzsle Maureen Bell Robert Berard Mary Berg Lorz Berryman Larry Best mix Dorann Bzanco Tammz Bzgelow Terz Bzllette Pam Bzlyeu Tzna Bzrch Jzm Blodgett 'x Czndy Blouzn Robin Blum Margze Blust Margze Bollan Kay Boomer Steve Booth Crazg Boroff Jacicze Bourgogne Karen Bouilcer 633' Bzll Bowles Sue Boyce in-j Rzclc Boyd capers ezghth grade Q49 ,H -'I 35 .5 ' r I I, rw qw 6 w '-F A . . : ' V 1 P ww- , 1 ,. , W , - ...44 I, ' k au f A W 4 . -, , , fn' at E . Af' . rw. I 4? ' 'f Q X " : X 1:1 . ' H 5 X iv' Q "ww ' f' , -, yi' nfl- " fb 0 "5 ,112-'Baal In :wx-' 25. 11 . e . vin V 11- xr ,gf . R , ali.:-jvqiu -:E i f f ' l i , .4 1 " ,. 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' L Ngf .ig 1 ,. 2 5- ' 3 . .W .. 5154.2 . . - N Q9 5' " X . . 1 "V, if Vi ' X . W .V . 3 - si r ' 'Yi .,- '---f' Pattie Boylan B 'Q . 'B , 5. 1 Kriss Bozelc 'il' fi Linda Bradley M, ix In qi . Sue BTUXLL67' H ,, H , N In 5 H Sherree Brauher yfffgn H "2f' QQ Randy Britt Wil egg.. i Steve Brodie 1 sl "' J if if il Gordon Brooks Jw- in ill' 1-all BWI? BTOZUN 3 Bob Brown B B - Q E,y' Carolanne Brown if ' f:" f l B ' Helen Brown , ,f1925fi V w ' fer X I4-5 Y q Jeff Brown Gena Brush 6 "" Jean Brush J Craig Bruske 1 Janet Bryan Randy Bryan :- ,, . . .x . -i - , 'f ' 'ai ll Sharon Buckles The refreshment sicmd is cz popular Eligabgth, Bujel place at the Sock Hop. Debbie Mi- chael, Rick Skelton, cmd Holly Hill Jqhn Burgdolrf order their thirst quenchers from Rzchard Burger Sue Collins. r Sock Hopping builds up thirst 50 Q capers- eighth, grade .A- e-fi at lx, ma' V 'in-ni' Noq WU W? W: Km' 5, X '- w Rzclc Burke Bryan Burlmg Debbze Burfmezster Jeff Burt Renee Burton Beth Cahape Val Caldwell Charlene Campbell Jzm Campbell Kathy Campbell Mellzssa Campbell Steve Carze Lzsa Carrzer Jenmfer Carter Mzke Cattell Steve Cavender Kathy Caverly Alan Chachzch Rzcharcl Chakroff Mzchael Choler Sharon Chrzsman Ken Chrzst Don Clapham Scott Clauser Rod Clzftcm Dzarle Coffey Jeanette Coffey Mark Collard Dzanna Collms Sue Collms Andy Combs Larry Comparom Marzarme Cmmor Jom Cooper Rzclc Cofrry Mztchell Cosselman Vzcky Cowan Larry Coyle Sheryl Crztes Debbze Cross Brzarl Crowley Cmdy Crutchfzeld capers ezghth grade Q 51 C f "'lx'iT7W o - Paw - .. - l- r - g Q , ' y I , V I ' 1 u wx- , -if 1" - ru. Q , ,Q Ai, 4 Q-'35, , HF' E9 7 N N X 5. -1 ' 4 . 1 -M - 1 . or p ' ,gg Q- j p 1 ? 1 l C Q all l f iruwhwfJM4tM v . N ' ' E- V 53' -QR if' Tl, ru H w ' -r ILL' f f? rj :Q n ' EQ M' 1 l yfftw E ' - 'fry 1 1. fi ' ' ' "HT-g '-xl ' 'W ' 0? 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Q ,H l 5651 ' ' l 'f J' l ike lk: A ly v Gordon Cryderman Denise Curtis Barb Dando Jim Darling Ray Daugherty Chuclc Davidson Bob Davis Brian Davis Cindy Davis Gwen Davis M arinda Davis Jeff Decker Cindy Dembelc Carrie Dennis Sherry Detlcowski Karel DeVito Lisa DeWitt Heidi Dick Melo Dominguez Brian Dofwns Sue Doyon Tammy Dubre Denise D'aVall J eff Dworin Mark Easley Kevin Edwards Pam Edwards Terry Edwards Bob Elam Johnny Ellis Denise Elmy Heidi Engler Marvin Epperson Becki Espinoza Terry Evans Zandra Evans Jack Everett Bob Fair Greg Farris Bev Fast Mary Ann Felix David Fellrny ,ii 'Gel mv , 4 x,j.,A Q y. H, Lx A 75 Lat: .T,:,.? '12 7 "4 L' 'fir at V' NF 1'l""l'i! N f , , B' f Q nv - w ,g ' .r , k,,.ij,,. ' ' eq' ' ' I - .1 4 i T.-of , 4" N N -Hz X Y xx , 4 ' X2 f mc E Q x E 5 N - 1 ., X 4-, 1-X. ,x Y. -1 24 V. if ' . -mf L WL., Hb LH ' l by 134 .J AX Y . gav sg W I 5 , 1 y A .. gy ' , , Y ! J f ..- , 1 c . f 52 Q CCLPGYS- eighth grade AQ. Short memorles make frequent locker stops I remembered our books but Il! bet Ive forgotten some thrng else exclmms left Terry hm Ward returns to the locker to check cxgam David Fields Debbie Filka Gary Fztzhenry Chris Fitzpatrick Glenda Flath Cheryl Flezsher 15 0: L nf P? Janet Fleming Jim Fleming Rob Fleming ztobm Follzs Ld Fountazne 5 J udy Frazier Colleen Foyle Pat Francis - Cathy Franz . G Paula Freeman L F Vicky Frielc . Mark Fritz M ary Jo Froling Richard Fullcerson Jeff Gaddis Debbie Garbofvits Arthur Garcia Sandy Gardiner capers- eighth grade C53 Billy Garrett Tammy Garrison Mike Garten Geoffrey Gelow Debbie Gibbs John Gibson Debby Gifford Mark Gisse Ronald Gobler Chuck Godfrey Rod Golding Darlene Graf Stephanie Granfors George Green Jerry Greer Tom Gresehover Arlin Griffith- Karen Griffith Duane Grondziak Marlene Groth Dan Grumley Darlene Hakala Bev Hall Bob Hall Katherine Hall Robbin Hall Joe Hamilton Linda Hamilton Greg Hampton Stephanie Hancock Jackie Hanewacker Russell Haney Scott H ankins James Hanley Dennis Harrington Cindy Harris Dolores Harroun Janet Hart Tim Hartland Paula Hasting Scott Hausman Barbara Hawkins 54 O capers- eighth. grade W gs, X, - H 1 . v- . YE H iw Xe G ---1 f-5 .W S. B-A 41-6 ' 'qw' .. ., -, ,, ze- 1, w 1 W ,ii 'A ie. , -' ,,,. J' ' ,Hx -'-' ' it iz' 'J' , - Eir fr EY:g,.-3,"v Va! - .kg Vg! 1 M. f e H ' ' 1 ' ' . n - 1- A X H55 -.. ' ' 1' . 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Lznda H awkms Lorrazne Hayden Bzll Healy Wayne Hefferon Joe Hefner Sandy Helms Mabel Henry Katrznza Hernandez Trade H zckman Gazl Hzggznbottom ' Charles Hzll Holly Hzll l' Hx Jeffery Hzrsch Gary Hockey Larry Hockey James H opkzns Cheryl Horn -C9 Lorna Horton F xy 4, 1' :ng i H 'SSX N 5 Lznda H osler Gary Houck Mark Houston Theresa Howard A Rzck Hoyt Mzke Hrynyk :Q Sock clad feet rest Whlle talkmg takes place er Sue Kmffel Lon Berryman Dodx Stncklcmd Amy Hood Sheryl Secreto and Lynn Manner deczde the floor zs the best place to rest cmd gossxp durmg cr muszc break at the Sock Hop capers ezghth, grade Q 55 -H, 5 i ,ggi ' ' x N N 3 ' ' ' .V - W al ' , ' ' 'V 1111 r H -2 H ' - ' - J' H Y Q ' w I X W? l' , ' -3 ' Z 'rfb fx h 7 2, Q X . ' X ng: fd ig 'xx I l.,,,L' ' rl HQ ' KH H .H H f rr-ev 'Y H ef , 7 - J H- MENU HHH it KN -L 5, 5,51 H, 1 ,il H , N :Y V vgvlfii " "W QHHHH- ' 1, 'im ig - I 4v . 5 ,- W X ww P N CV HM X HHHHM YH! 6 ,H H . ' H W '1 5. 'H W U I W N In .X N H A H V . . 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I 4 . . 1 I Lg l 5 .4 ' -H - f an Diane Huffman Leslie Hunter Jim Hutchinson Pat Hutchinson Dave Isbell Ron Jaclclyn Andy James Annette James Ron Jantz Debbie Jenkins Laurie .Ioclcwig Sue Johns Bruce Johnson Carleen Jones Todd Jones Kim Joysey John Kalfayan Mary Kane Sandy Keiser Debby Key Paul Klaas Sue Kniffel Holly Kojima Deborah Kring Jack: Kruchko Bryan Kruger Kathy Kuck: Carolyn Kunkle Randy Kurzman Gary Kwapis Jeff Laatsch Douglas Ladd Randy LaLone Danny Lance Michael A. Landry Tom Lane Chuck: Lange Cindy Largent Wayne Larsen Pam Laten Chuck Lavoie Pam Lawrence 56. capers Tell hzm to let go of my hon' I can! dance Holly Ko11mcr whzspets to Zcmdrcl Evans at the get acquaznted dance m the fcrll Mysterlous hand slows actlon on dance floor Lzn Lawton Sherrz Leach, Q Randy LeCZazr ,f 1 Bob Lecours Marze Lecours Robert Lee ' .-2 Laurze Lemaster Charles Lengyel Del Lennox Karen Lewzs Karen Lewzs ,, Vzclcy Lewzs Ti Kenneth Lzley Czndy Lzrnbaugh Patty Lwermore Leann Lloyd Sue Longstreth F, Garry Looney gm. 'E ll M Si capers ezghth, grade Q57 fx . . . Trim 4' ' ' if " ' .X W iv. V 4 Ti ' l L 544 , L +5 I ,fs ,ull 9 'X W A 'S' ox 'lm F :IZ .. ll ix l -IJ' L .A-x ' - . L -L Qi- 1 2 - ' N A f l il ll ' 13. , , ld L, 4 lm le--,iff ii 1 ' , , I 'T -X 'Xi -fly Cindy Love Tom MacKay Henry Madsen Carol Mangen Kevin Manning Stanley Mansfield Lynn Mariner Becky Markham Nancy Marshall Bill Marston Barb Martin Debbie Martin Dennis Martin Michele Martin Dorinda Martinson Kevin Mason Pat Mason Kay Massie Greg Matthews Greg Matthews Dan McAllister Sharon McCarriclc Paul McClain Tad McClellan I 1' 1 '. A E" .JZ - 1 X. ' fn, za 1, w 5 i 2' 1 , if ' lg i 1 , , ll if ' 4, , , e vil" l - mm . GW YQ X ,ll fx , . W - ' i ' iii. , 5352? ln. A Y K M me l x - il is Er:-.,b.'5fli'. 'P ' ' A, 1 ' ' ' -51:53:35-, t A W, f A - V -,Nj A-X s Y ' J , '11 , ffl V! --'V' Q .1 "QE Er' .' 1 , fi' if ' V l if l , ' V ' 1 I ' . , fry xl Nfl., i , if : 25 if L K W N ff fl illf l :A l .X Valentine board brings lots of smiles "All done," Kathy Miller beqmg gg she puts cartoon characters and colorful displays in her the finishing touches on another lestive bulletin SPUTG time- ull-1Sf fo? fun," She SUYS- board in Room B104. Kathy creates the clever 58. capers- eighth grade i yrs S 'TN' Q 1' 9 r I Q ,,,N X36 lkjig JY' gx w 5 W N xv-, ,f ?' in N any 3' ,ff 'U 'H-'iw - .IX AMX BM 4 e-1'M,,,,.1c. 'Fl .Na WM 3 Ax wwxmx W Colleen McConnell Kathy McConnell Pam M cCullough Peg McCardy Cathy McCutcheo Pat M cDonald Brenda McEwen Jeananne McGhee Mzke McIntosh Denzse McLaughlzn Dan McWzZlza1ns Margaret Megweron Chuck Melchzorre Peggy Menghznz Everett Mero Mzke Merrztt Rzck Metzozan Kay Meyer Gary Mzller Kathy Mzller Scott Mzller Rzck Mznard Kzm Moore Mzlce Moore Janet Moorhous Ray Morency Greg Morgan Mzlce Morgan Lora Morse Garry Moses Penny Motsznger Shezla Mount Chet Muckenhzrn Karen Muse Gordon Myers Greg Nar sh Johnny Neely Pam Nelson Mzchael Newberry Lznda Newton Kathy Nzcholson capers ezghth grade C59 if C N VT' ff' J I if" If H :l", r ' ' ' 5 .. X '-1'N' " -if 'L' ' X N , --' ' as N N 1 W , ,., . N . . 'f- K ' fl ' ' f-' I ' X -,X 'f' :L ATN. . X Ng Q N '., A c-- Ne N ,NX W ' ,NWN L. . -' ' N . lv f LN' N- --NNN x . N , N ,. . , X N , . ,V . . X , K 7, n .N X w xv r N 'IZX X41 1 I. I X 3 X X N X as Y N. X X X F2411 if ,.N' 1 X . 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Cindy Nick Cherie Nolen Michele Nollet Linda Noopa Michael Norman Charri North Stephen North Rae Norton Michael O'Brien Dave Olson Bill Ormsby Debbie Osentoski Gary O'Toole Cheryl Overbaugh Anna Page Jerry Parker Audrey Parrish Deb Patterson .R 1 After school bake sale provides tasty treats "These baked goods sure look yum- my, but l've got to get out ol this crowd so I can eat them," Chuck Melchiorre decides as he desperately tries io avoid smashed fudge cmd cookies, Judith Pearsall Jim Peck Dave Pelletier Babette Penfold 60' capers-eighth grade 1 .Y A-K -. IQ. -25.775 .. --i . ,H V. pa- ,Y .- -H.. v ,.- -f -v .e - , I, xv -, 2, e ., - 41 4 , ,n -is it K, I 5 A ' ., .. L. . L.. as y . y K ju . -4, , N. 4, 'LA Q IW 1 .,. -va XA K ,W ki :Ii ,twin dn H I -E f v E41 , . .1 f . x Qt . is N . ., ---- . ' A . M ae. ,I X .1 n,'N 11 A VM li? - NPPQ in 5- E.1f' i5i5 Teri Peter Joan Peterson Jim Pettingill Mary Phelps Patti Phelps John Pickett George Pittenturf Andrea Plante Clay Porter Roxanne Portwood Steve Powell Bev Proctor Terrie Prowse Anne Paddy Ralph Puertas Mark Pulaslcey Mark Purlcs Andy Queen Sharon Quick Eley Reed Roger Reinlce Sheri Reynolds Janet Rhyndress Pam Rzce Rhonda Richards Darlene Richardson Lisa Richer Keith Rickard Kevin Riley Cathy Robarts Michelle Roelofs Debbie Rogers Amy Rood Mike Rooksberry Sue Rondo Debbie Rose Gazl Rosewall Keith Rowland Gordon Roy Tab Roy Gary Ruelle Milpe Rottenberlc capers- eighth grade '61 Kevin Rulkowslci Bob Rush Dave Russell Ron Sallceld Scott Salley Kathy Salvatore Bill Sangster Jeanne Santala Milce Sartell Ruth Sattler Elizabeth Scafe Liz Scharf Bob Schiele Diane Schlaich Sheri Schultz Jody Schutt Barb Scott Jody Scribner Davie Sebring Anna Secorcl Sheryl Secreto Jane See Karla Sellers Jean Seurynclc Walter Shafer Ann Shaffer Margaret Shaw Dave Shea Gail Shelly Rick Shelton Laurie Sholler Teresa Shook Pete Short Bill Shupe Tim Simpson Robin Siver Cheryl Smith Jerry Smith Lee Smith Michele Smith. Robin Smith Kim Snow x u ' w . Hi 1 1 .1 , wg N ny , fu F' . Y 5gy1,! . ."'-.5 ' .4 3. X 5 l if x. , ng ,X ,256 . , ! E",-, f . :JJ ,- ' K 5 W .- i ff' X . A .K .X 1 , , E . ' ' he f. 2, AV - , .5 ' V ll m e ,, 461' ' . -V u.: ' I ""', L Y LH , -b-lf, ,ii U - ,Sym - x-F -4- wwf r ' -. ,xv -1,.1,f', 1 .J . ' 1 1 - ,Q ,JL :J -- 1 :I - ,A ' ,ev . " it 6- x N xx R lfgw k. Xx 's V' T' -- we I xiii, 3 -xi BL ri? -, iff! J 1 3 i 1 J XX 'K ku -, - 35? W. x wir 4 All , Fi' ' 1 1 if 'I 1 " 1 4' YK , , it JK X V' 41 V.. fb' -az: , ..:- , ' .X 1' 1 l H n Q ' at In l lx Q xx li. 1 iw , 4.ll,,, 11 62. capers- eighth grade 4 ' . 4 1 I .5111 V11 . A V K Lg: r' - -1. t 15 5 wifi! xii' tl- 'f ,J R Xi 2 1 1 Y, 1 .fu 2: Q , 5"-f .z 453: I Debbie Solheim Vince Sorbelli Connie Sparlcman Ann Speer Ken Spencer Mzlce Stalzons Brenda Starlcweather Jchn Steen Elazne Stenquzst Dzane Sterlzng Jeff Stern Kzm Stevens Lznala Stokes Rzclc Stout Dave Stoutenburg Doug Strader Doclz Strzckland Bzll Strong Lynn Strong Yvonne Sutherland Bzll Tallenger Renee Tassz Cathy Taylor John Taylor Scott Taylor 67 W.. Ingenulty changes locker s appearance How cm I gomg to get thls plcture to ray? wonders Kath! en Barnum add ng cnolher Hem to the collectwn 4 irczvel posters and leroclous Qmmals on her locker door f I A A EA Q li . . L 1 1 l V -, J ' , O "' 9 i i ' e . . 'I capers- eighth grade Q63 Kim Terry Dean Tersigni Bruce Thomas Craig Thompson Janet Thompson Judy Thornton Don Tipton George Todoroff Kim Todoroff Don Tomkins Pam Troxell Kent Turner Sue Turner Brad Tuson Jeff Tynan Sylvia Unsleber Kim Upton Roxanne Van v--vivf-rv: ,. , Wm rf1. ,,1 ITL- 'Pink 5 2-L? , ', 5 1, T. .J 1 YJ' ' ai? - ,Yx Aff' vi- -F , w f '13 ,Q y T -Q J j N ..,. . , -,. K, " ' n- ? Z. . .' 5:1 ij r s 1 M K a 7 , , M ,S . ,, E- , , 1 1 .... W., .,..,,. 5 ,- V V A M 5 11.3 f ' - , , ,X . .gg x 9-, w 1 I ,!',!.'l . ' ' ' ' W Mary VanderHoelc Hg ff' + R ? 1 I Cathy VanderVeer Gregory Vatca Cheryl Vauetherot Liz Vega Carlos Villarreal M. Alicia Villarreal Steve Visnislci gl N 'Q f -1 as L 5? T N wig. it zi' , W N ' V . .7V' .- 11 ' 1 '. "V ,--.' "'fY'l':r 1 r, h " 1 sg, Bruce Voltmer J y V. ,Q Debbie VonBargen , FJ V 5 N u N, ' H" Nw w'wL'Q.'N I-'. :ai , :L ' h' hl' h Whlte socks lg lg t S I it W k ti Ut! Diane Huffman, Lynn Whitehorn, Christie Watson, Deb b'G'bb,P Mi' , dL S'fhh th' Plfl ee ac W1 les 522001 oss, ee ml 64' capers-eighth grade Q-1 11. ,si .qu S V lu 1 C' X N , . ' 4,41 4-Y rf AV ', 11, A :m' 11'NT ' ff i 1 1.5,-491' I X ,111 :A ,N G rg ." ' i 1 . ' 'Q J. -H-'QM , , N, -1xi2,'5'11,f1 . , 'iii' 4 'W5.X5l1"Q:1!" fx 1 ' 1 413' ,fr Fei?-931, 17 - I :M x ,, we-QQ, ws - -. N? Flat gigs ? If ami-'Q1'i "-1 -. fr -4 'K 1 1 '. - I 1 11:-5 .f L ' f 1. , f,,w11, YI V 1f4x'A K lg V N ' N ' ' 11 '1 ' IF- W1 A1 lt if 1 rv V V l,17f:,1x 1 ,, - D-p1 gy? Q J H 1 fy ., 1 xg li uq v uf' XV 1 41 I Q ,I M H1 A 1 ' 1 1 15 L J 5 A - 1 1 1 , E xpm 1 1 F 1 1 x - Q.. : if 1 L,,- , g .V , 21 1 all ' A- in X ' 1 ' 1 1 X' ' 1 1 p I . ' 1 ' I 1 .Vw 1 '. 1, A W .L -L , 45' ox- i ' J t Viz 1-1 ' 1 ws. ,L 1 I? K p-iff , X 1 I wi' 1, 3. L 1 1 'J Xxx. 1 K 1 ,-1 Scott Voorheis Nancy Voss John Wagner Michael Wagner Kevin Wall Laurie Wallis Laurie Walsh Jim Ward Jerry Wardell Kathy Warner Christie Watson Dawn Weedon Matthew Weil Tim Weiss Leslie Whayne Dan Whiston Amy White Dave White Lynn Whitehofrn Betty Jo Whitmore Tina Wilde Bill Williams Brenda Williams Jeff Williams Mark Williams Gail Wilson Jim Wilson Nancy Wilson Gregory Winter Sheila Wise Tim Woodhull John Worden Mary Worden Eva Worel ' Mark Work Pam Worrell Curt Young Tony Young Diane Zollner Debbie Zuehllce Dale Zuelch Timothy Zurbriclc capers -eighth grade Q65 lt isn't always easy to fill someone else's place, as any of the new teachers will tell you. Mr. Iaclc Gebauer tackles the task of learning many new names in his industrial arts classes as Craig Delioussei, Dave Cry- derman, and fell Bowes listen closely for lheirs. Trying to catch up and plan ahead at the same time lor a variety of math classes keeps Mr. Lewis Caves busy at the books his first few weeks. Below, student teachers Miss Nadene Yovanovich, Mr. Rick Craven, and Miss Linda Pieterzalc discover one of the nicest ways to end the school day is in relaxing conversation over collee and coke. , Hi' 45 1 i ,r -345. N- XY--4.4 -5? 3.57, New faces fill familiar places at mid-year i -. Y Ken Aiellv 1 iiil .,.,.,...' Paul Albertson , Dana Albright Randy Alexander Denise Allen Todd Ambs :.: - 5 W ,Em serv-W-igg Frank Amedure Cindy Anderson Adan Aneures Brad Arbuckle Charles Armstrong Sue Arnold 660 CGPGTS-seventh, grade i Xrg 3 3 W M 'I X5 A r"' l -.41.e,g 'lm of-if - " 11 X.- . w U 5 2 - ,, 1, X V I . , Ng., It X Q i 6 1 W' I..- I ff l" E' X ' x, 5,55 Ii . X' Ft VL! 'N Y Ei I 139 if T im W mi S' Mo li- 'skim 'i' JM J - capers Janette Ash Debbze Atkzns Ken Atkzns Steve Austzn Kzm Baba Donald Bacon Gazl Lee Bazley Davzd Bazn Keuzn Baker Ronnze Baker Kevzn Banks Sue Banks Brenda Barker Teresa Barnard Sandra Barnett Czndy Barnzce Jo Ann Barnzer Lester Barron Danzel Bartenbaker Terry Batt Dzeter Baurngart Sue Becker Larry Belzsle Bob Bell Dan Bellows Bob Bennett Bruce Berard Bzll Berden Bonnze Berg Danette Best Duane Best Judy Beyette Rzck Bzggs Nancy Bzgler Bzll Blades Patty Blouzn Mzke Boley Tom Bondy Kathy Boss Jeff Bowes Audrey Bowker seventh grade Q67 L P ' 14 L -. nf' . ' -7-im-fr' "L::"' E ff u If -'ji 2:33:23 . ,. ,E '- gr", " f" 'qv' X ' R W . ..E 5 or l e - ski 'l 'L -3 -1 L-:sf . ' 5 I ga . H 'X k b 4 L, -L A Q ? h 15 , , xr -5 I , ,' Et. D N v IA: If A 'Tj - fi- 1 It --LY, -, sl l'-' K, fi dmc ll tricked J Zl: N' l fl t f ' r t ' f" 'sl i - 'I 1 -1 I V 7. ,EE , f ' 1? . w '-'L-'S-:L-1 i A. 1 ' ml y y Q xv ' M H5553 Y' .,-y . 1 W r, in . li.4.f,il1 V- Q41 . 1 ' U Y fi A -H L " T I f AV, ' t ffl P L - f ' Tlx Karl Beauchamp L: l r nu.l J, .mn k ,V B . are at RJ A "tE l 1411 ' r 3 ' , ei .' , Q' . " " ,N - 'g4?L 'J f f-, We 4's4 rvtrt as 2 sud 5 71 Lai 2' N' -. fa 1 'Q , at ' ' L . ' KT ,s,. V. 1 ,! 'Ii Ali 4 L :X B L ' L I tyiQQ3 .rll W 1 v' I ' Z igi t x '-I, r . B - ,Q f A L f f L lW ,ff r trfrne ' 71 L X, 5, .11 Y .H Ns, .nr-F, -, .Y I. , Q ,5 .1 fy 'Q' K' es s 4 s r, l 'iv' " 3 Q 4, .I L , hw!" 8 'xi Carol Bowles Ed Bracken Jim Bradford Bob Bradley Carol Braman Gregory Bramlett Michele Branson Rosemary Brauher Ed Bridges Matt Bro-die Pam Brookshear Bob Brown Susan Brownell John Bucholz Russell Buddie Cathy Buhl Sandy Bundesen Lisa Burgwald Rick Burlcet Sandra Burmeister Dave Burnett Debbie Burnside Theresa Burrill Dennis Burt Jim Calme Sherri Campbell Roxan Carman Greg Carter Jill Chandler Ann Checlcley Cheri Chiesa Jeff Christie Ed Coates Carol Coffey John Collins Cindy Comas Karen Connor Susan Cook Vangela Cook Patty Cooper Jeff Copes Russell Copus W YI 1 -,wE2wj'Y 9f'f,IQfT1gi? lE. , ! ie N 1- JE-nv , -H-If -gi: L "l- - EL, '?'.i,, ' ix F , 'gr' ' , me , ' ' ,:,,,.4.r Y 1' v . 6' 1. Q Ia , iii 7 AJ w h-, It-:K .-l,g.w s. ,I xv. v .4-g-' ,J 're' J ' lg., 1'-Q if f N' X XI l a w - -- M-:WL 1 P ,-1' YQ: v .K ,U 1 V r Y , - II V-N, -' Y '-11 ,, . is 9- muy X gf, fr Y 1 lv 1 41 ,fx ' L Ex NQTSQM v If r X J lin l R 9 wh if , 'L M ,DM wj ggi-zfa':QE11fv53gsc'? J-L"5,'-'iiyiif E "sf-iz' erffml, f L ifszv .3,.,. ,.:,e, , V SW, 1.13, Izfvrx-,p, .-125:-,lf is-1. wgmiifr W ,-.am 68' capers-seventh grade . if 1 1 " X, 'QR ,sl N, LB , 1 Q- . ,Q , I A -QV J x. y X 1 . 1 4 ei ' V' ' :Sag T " -Q N , . A A '.J if buf Q? X h m. -3 W 5 iii. 1 ' N 7 '. , , . 'nigh' fum f 3 X T! fx,-4' m -, 1, J: 4 Y bv 551 'Q' PM xx fffw ld nl 4 Sue Coryell Mzlce Couture Mzke Couturzer Dorothy Craddoclc Paula Crandall Ken Cross Anne Crowley Karen Crowley Dave Cryderman Rzchard Cullens Lawrence Cutayar Daryl Darlzng Lzsa Damd Danny Decker Davzd DeLong Debbze Dembelc Dave Denoyer Hallways flll Wlth hungry people at lunchtlme EEE! pi gl H1 th gigglmil-fa' Mcrrcuz Pctnck cmd Lon lones emoy a prxvcte joke, but foe Smzth, Adam Anzures, and Dawn Weyhxng look as 1i hunger IS the most lmporfani item for the moment capers seventh, grade .59 YQ iffiif li? l A C' C ' r' ,gg f "', 1 V " . : '-ll. 1' ll C :r , , . ..- X , " - , - I ' '-1 ' 2 :qv 1 E3 'N "I 1? ' , . . 4 5: f- " N s low," 1 . . Q '.-.Mg ' N I Ji! Q' , 1 T.-,Lv . -.1 'ff' l . A if-f1'1',j...:o5fi7'f 4 11'-, " ,. ' lg I. ' , .. - ' v ' '., '- ""1 w 1. " HN, by J , .N- flrm, ---- Q- . 1 .V if iw ' -' 'L - 3 X .v N ,UI ' D 'o .,, ..,i lo -Y ' l FH U 1. ' la .1 -A V ,N wi: MEN ,H ' .Q i T FL 1 W ' ,Q 'I it , - 1, - ,ski 5 l 'V W! fm ,eu ,H in , A X ' - Sluwuwh V . WW NE Q . wx ,V wmll 4! ' ,S-K.. A f Q I FILL 3 ,Rx Q .x-.L... - am .- fm. I . I I . . 'E :LI aw E H Q mm W N U , , "" 5 "f If 4 ,lx - ' A . V n ' Sq ll , V 5, I ' Ei? 1. 1 Lf 'iff ' -ZZ, - .xii X ' , . , .1 I , I, - .4 Q!! 2 Cf 'A-gls zzttiiq , ' , 'l I Q Nw Craig DeRousse Mark De Vita Kris Dewar Kathy Dixon Dale Dobbins D'Ann Domke Layne Drouin James Duprey Jeff Eaton Cindy Edwards Eric Engler Patti Estleman Kathy Evans Robert Evans Debbie Everett Mark Everett Rick Fagan Kevin Fangel Russell Farnum Sandi Fater Bob Fields Bradly Fields Dale Findley Sherry Finn Jeff Fisk Jim Fitzpatrick Jackie Fletcher Joe Foltz Cynthia Foster Joey Fountaine Jack Frank Eugene Franks Bill Frederick Rene Frederiksen Sheryl Frederiksen Mary Freeman Kevin French Dana Frick Dave Friezle Karl Froling Brad Fry Roger Fulkerson 70' capers- Iwi P' 1 1 r, , may -.' ,, vm! 'uv f A , X VT, Worthy cause attracts crowd of 5 'B 1 ,5 Q' Betty Gaddis Pat Gallagher Jo-Ann Garcia Rusty Garrett James Garrison Kathy Gates Sandy Gaathzer Bob Gey Paul Gzbson John Gzddzs Q' r starter Robert Greats Lorz Gorman contrlbutors Marlene Graf Mrchele Martrn Sandy Gardmer Don Steele Ioe Foltz Gary Hodge Dan Medloclc and MllCE Hosler gather around the table rn the lobby to make contrrbutrons to a fund tor Iackre Crystal Debbre Hall Teresa Green and Myra Iohnson or ganrzecl the drrve for students to show they were thrnlcmg of Iaclcze cr Mason student Wllh cr rare bone drseas who spent a great deal or' f1m91H the hospztal alt' Shzrley Gowan "W" it Bonnze Grangood Glorza Grant af Connze Greene Randy Greenwald Loren Grennzer Chrzstma Grzx Terry Grogan Gerry Gubert Davzd Guzalc Dan Gwznn Jun Hagerman capers seventh, grade Q71 Darrel Hale Barry Hall Michelle Hancock Pam Haney Lisa Hankins Crystal Harris Shanon Hartland Collette H aslip Kim H aslip Lorna Hayes Janie Healey Kimberly Helka Ronda Henson Tim Hernandez Curt Herron Mark Higginbottom, Dennis H ilger Robin Hill Steve Hill Mike Hinson Bruce Hirsch David Hitchcock Russell Hockey Elizabeth Hodge Gary Hodge Paul Hodler Marie Hogan Mildred Hogan Ines Hohlstein John Holland Bill Holloway Doug Holmes Tammy Horton Mike Hosler Shawn Houston Rick Howe Tom Hudson Larry Hundley Keith Hunt Tim Hunter Ron Hutchings Rick Irwin 72' capers-seventh grade . X E new f A ,P ' T' " 'bin .5 l i . L1 .L Q i W, E ,. 4' ' to 1 X ifwif bl av' wil- . 'S' . x i i 9-, -:M . fy 'T' E! I ll! :HV " wg i. i- mg: ",,,, :X t , r- 4411 2 .L l A, J .ix 5. , x. .., T-iii" . P'-1+ rfi.r..iillfll,' 'Qi' ,,- ,- at i H f w X ,wg ljsfgii K f" ' I it fr' , o fl .L li 5 Ill 111' ,eil 1 Q wifi' 'I f1:fi3l?Jfl"L5.'ii H' fl' till ititt2i?fllr.1Eli3ll.tllt'l' Young sailors learn safe boating skills Nancy Jakorbowski Frank Jansen Steve Jenkins Dave Jones . F Deputy William O'Brien observes as Debbie Atkins, lane! Meston, Brenda Stokes, Patti Lynch, and Sue Morris record their answers to questions about sale boating rules. A mem- ber ol the Oakland County Sheriff Department Water Safety Division, Deputy O'Brien is one ol the officers who annually present a course in water and boating safety lor all seventh graders. Russell Buddie and Milce Lasley are among those who will be able to obtain a boat operators license this sum- mer alter successlully passing this test. Lori Jones E - I I N -:'- -' e ' K . 'Ei Joe Karrigan 1 "" e i A,t,5,n . is 1 'ar - .J Bill Keecli Bob Kelley Colleen Kelly Michael Kelly ."l"?, EG K 'sl is fir Frank Kimble Dave Kimler Steven Kirklin M 0 Kausak FWF" it i ,P?"" ZZ." Debbie Jordan Janice Kampsen Mary L. Kamsickas Chuck Karbginsky Derek K azakos Danny K esselring Rodger K ildow Kim Kirkpatrick capers-seventh grade .73 Kim Kruger Karen Kulesza Nancy Kunkle Donna LaLone Marty Land Robin Lang Darrell Larm Brian Larsen Mike Lasley Steve Laten Kim. Lawmaster Dave Lawrence Luann Lawton Brock Leach Debbie Leatch Kevin Lee Carol Lemaster Jeff Lemaster Leslie LeMonde Glen Lennox Steve Lesh Cindy Lewis Richard Lloyd Jim Lobenstein w -'-rg, wg, ' -,Z-2 , :El i' si -...F X. 'ij 5. A - i f 1 L ! -vkdrllw f - E' - - -f'Iw W ,p',g.'-af' L-1' Shoes, socks popular attire in grooving dancers' circle 74. capers l I Z I I s 1 V1 " B , J? i 52. ,H M' . 1 lungs 'if wb -if ' v" Q-IL" 3, at -. Q i x 1 V EE, gi, - i A ' ,xilffllxqfli 5 I J 'i ' w rt i ,A 1. m e f i n 1 ,xi .7 Q u is M r ' ' in ," A I 7 K -ea I g- Robert Locher Linda Loudon John Lundgren It looks like "Dance to ihe Music" was the theme at the sock hop. Kar- en Crowley, Kim Marvin, Sandi Fat- er, Dan Gwinn, Cindy Anderson, and lohn Schmidt form cz circle to do their own thing. Q in-3 -'QA Al ro 'U' 1 einem: WV HG X I A 4, Q l V 1 my 44'-ni' I K xx 1 r x " F in , " x L Q, 1 li N M uk I, 8 tj V fairs Kerry Lutz Pattz Lynch Walt Mackze Andy Madonzo Randy Madrzgal Martha Marcero Scott Marzon Ray Markham Lznda Maroney Len Marsh Mzchele Marsh John Marshall Jzm M artznee Bob Martznson Kzm Marvzn Davzd Masch Karen Mason Paul Mason Brzan Matthews Bzll May Larry McCarrzcIc Rodney McClelland Lorz MoClenahen Carol McCoy Leslze M cCraclcen Kathy McCurdy Jeff McCutcheon Kezth McDonald George McEwen Debbze McGrath Kathy McKay Garry McLean Robert McMorrzs Pamela McNeal Sharon Meadows Dan Medlock Mzchael Megzveron Chuck Melchert Dong M elkonzan Kathy Mendham Marvzn Mero Janet M eston capers seventh grade Q I5 Y z A-1','1,!Qi Q fa I N " 'E - QQ L fll g I , w M i f 3 1 . M L A Y .X I5 -sawing . u l N ' - :T-if 'HN , g, as V ,L the ' VH' L I - , 'I t " 'V - ' at E A n . xr' ' Q 'A' y I 1 43 X X ' ' JW Q X X tk L i N 1 I . E :ill , ' D One oi the many displays at the Ari Show wins the silent approval 01 Clay Porter and Bob Stahl. Colorful pictures draw viewers' attention Lee Meyer Ruth Meyer Julie Meyers Kathy Michael Karen Miller Lisa Miller Bill Millmine Pete Mills Ron Mohney Theresa Montroy Mike Moore Sue Morris Debby Morrison Charles Moss Chris Moultrup Doug Mowry Chris Muckenhirn Guy Muha Dane Munro Karen Murdock Bea Murrell Scott Nelson Chuck Nichols Bill Nicholson 76Q capers- 'ff ir .-,XV S xl r Lf, lx 4 I Al , seventh grade N 1? 1 f l , L' X41 wkx ' fi 4 ....... AL . . Tim Nick Cathy Nollett Lauren Oberle Cheryl O'Berry Maureen O Malley Lori O'Neall Tim O N ezll Larry Orr Marshall O Shaughnessy Brett Overall Angela Pantelioles Lori Parrish Marcia Patrick Pat Patten Becky Patterson Curtis Patton Cathy Pauly Nancy Pearsall Anne Pearson Sue Perrault Leland Perry Robert Perry Timothy Persson Kris Pzerre Sue Pilath Jay Plummer Shirlene Polliclc Gary Pontin Randy Porter Tammy Porter Scott Postl Laurie Powers Bob Pretto Mike Prior James Pulaneclci John Quinn Cindy Rains Tony Randolph Betsy Reed Lila Reed Tom Reed Penny Reinke capers-seventh grade Q77 Sandy Renne Robert Reynolds Donna Richardson Carrie Riley Kim Roach Pat Ro-barge Leigh Robertson Pam Roehl Gill Rogers Keith Rogers Lisa Rogers Eddie Rondo i Private conversations take place anywhere "And that is the truth," whispers Lester Barron to Iohn Wade who doesn't believe any ol it. The boys are among the crowd at the Halloween clcmce. Denise Ross Paul Rottarr Karen Rowland Jon Roy Kathy Ruffatto Debbie Runion Corrine Salfi Nick Salisbury Teresa Salisbury Denny Sallceld Reynold Salkeld Tamia Salley 78" capers-seventh grade ...--ki I , N ' IQ r , N. W 1 , YN T5 C fa. gf: i - .H a ka' ' ,'3',f' 1-flzd'-'--Z ' ll 'F .Q K 'Q' X 'Z' F' ge 1 'C' Xx Wx XX xx X fx 14" df Q X ee fl f ki' I .J mlm farm K, X 0 '-In-I f 43. Lk-L LUN! Lake capers Paul Salvatore Sandy Sammons Barbara Sanders Lznda Schenck Rex Schzele Mary Ann Schzmp John Schmzdt Mark Schnake Mark Schnztker Brzan Schupbach Larry Schupbach Robert Seeterlzn John Selzng Norman Sexton Jzrn Shanks Val Shaw Vwzan Shaw Bernadett Shepard Mzke Short Lozs Shultz Tzna Shushtarz Anne Szmmons Charles Simpson Bzlly Sznsabaugh Davzd Szzemore Mzke Szeemore Roger Skrobeck Cynthza A Smzth Cynthza D Smzth Greg Smzth Greg Smzth Joyce Smzth Julze Smzth Margaret Smzth Robert Smzth Val Sorbellz Ken Sowden Karen Sparks John Sposato Bob Stahl Paula Starkweather Don Steele seventh grade U79 James Steen Judy Stenquist Jim Stepanslci Martin Stephenson Judy Sterritt Chris Stewart Jay Stewart Dennis Stockton Brenda Stokes Sheri Strine Jonina Strong Wanda Strong Martin Sullcanen Cathy Tassi Linda Tatu Bill Taylor Jeff Taylor Tim Teagarden Richard Teal Jeff Terry Dan Tersigni Denise Thomas Bryan Thrower Randy Tippett Donna Tottingham Karen Trulu Paula Tubbs Bill Tucker Tammy Tucker Kevin Turnbull Denise Tuson Robert Tuson John Valdez Linda Valdron Renee Van Andy Vandruska Ann Vandruska Steve VanFleteren Paula Vidlund Rod Voltmer John Wade Jeannie Wagner . 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E 1 .J Tammy Wagner Jayne Warnte Mike Watson Jeff Weaver Sue Weber Bob Weikle Judith Wendland Dawn Weyhing Debbie White Paula White Martha Whitney Karen Wilde Pat Williams Tim Williams Debra Williamson Les Wood Peggy Wood Chuck Wooderson Ted Wrobel John Yates Eric Young James Youngquist Frank Zietek Sue Zollner Students head homeward after long, busy day ,,r ,, its J ri. v J- Qi, . ,,, . . '1.p-'--. ., , ...gA4xn4-.-V-,A .- - - "Hurry! Hurry! We want to get a sect," Lindcr Shanks urges Debbie Williamson, who seems to be taking her iime. capers-seventh grade C31 y.J lu A M- , W' M W1..N"H mu A af m M :1 Q u u ww u ' ,u ' :C ,.:fi'faL H ww 1 sl Q , I Nl -W Y -ll ,E FZ E- ,.-se, H , Www as , 5 34 ..-1 ,. .Af - """" ' ' ':.4,,,,, . .M fc 11, 7, Agn.,-4.1-Ak '3 ff-5 'Wi '1 1-3 . .WH , . 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SECOND ROW: Iohn Vega, Greg Bailey, Rick Reed, Iohn Dave Carter, Mark Vogel, lack Sovereign, Curt Iohnson. THIRD ROW: Iohnson, Dennis Goodson, Mark Iames, Bob Martindale, Rick Iordan, Lemaster, Bill Maki, Brad Rice. FOURTH ROW: Ed Warntz, Bob Wareck, T Pentold, Steve Blythe, Chris Murrell, Tom La'I'urneau, Mike McC1enahen, Ii Odil, Max Phelps, Gary Pelton, Doug Ewing. FIFTH ROW: Mark managerg Darrell Taylor, Mr. lohn Saum, coachf Mr. Robert Casteel coach. Missing from picture: let! Gormly, Tim Tatte. "Run, run, as fast as you can: you can't catch me, l'm' the gingerbread man," shouts Doug Ewing f20l who is not a gingerbread man, but a mighty Mariner. Flowing ahead, Rick Iordan t34l gets ready to throw a block. mth grade klcks off season on nght foot Football went over brq for the mlqhty mnth grade Manners The best year yet was a ternhc feelmq for the squad as they ended the season wrth a 4-3 record Amonq the scores that leaned heavlly 1n the Wm column was the 28 24 Wm over West BlOOII1llSld Tlus was a sweet defeat for the Manners because West Bloom fleld had been prevlously undefeated The team also set a new record scorlnq 187 pomts 1n only seven games Coach lohn Scrum sa1d the best tlunq was beatmg West BlOOII1f1Gld and that the team put forth remarkable effort l-lelpmq coach the team was Mr Robert Casteel who commented The worst thmq about coachmq the mnth grade team 1S that you have no returnmq players the next year it SL L 1920 Foofbull R Q, W1 Nmth Gm " 1f1fll'l'S an Q e Cl.CII'lSgfG1f1 Sash Seal' Crazy B1 miield Halls 3 Walled Lake Western West Hills Pierce West Bloomheld Won 4 QS Teamwork and spmt are vztal io every play and the Manners show theyve got xt Mark lames 1441 IS cheered on by Doug Verlee 1752 and Bob Martxn dale 1481 as he scores a touchdown agamst Bloom held H1115 A completed pass rmght mean another fzrst down and Rzck Reed 1221 blocks a chargmg Crary Chpper to glve Rzck Iordan 1641 every chance to connect wzth hrs recerver Greg Barley zeros rn to nab Bob Martmdales pass backed up by B111 Mala and Mark Vogel 1961 mnth, grade football .35 g o o - - - A 1. VF ..l. ,VL 5-5,,f'i,.. -1 A .... t 'lang -':e'tot sneer ,,,, f': 'f .,.,., 2 -114,- ' . 1 :': . . . Q -eie Q V' . - 1 1 I - ' 11 . ' 1 1 . I 1 522, ' " Q , ' . u WVANV .E t , 'th' ' ' . t e:-A, tie. I, ,thi M W Q Y Egret ga Q: I I-35" , , " - 1 pe p s e ll ' ' - ' L - 7 on i, r " w l Weld -ee I ll ,m- ,D , .,, 1 3 11 ' ' ' ' - . 't f , ' - ' ' 'f .fstlds - - ' ' Lightweight Football Team. FRONT ROW: Ed Rondo, Matt Brodie Brian Schupbach, Curt Patton, Tim Hernandez, Karl Froling, Gill Rogers Gordon Meyers, Bret Overall, Iohn Schmidt, Paul Albertson Dm,-is Sebring, Denny Salkeld, Gary Fitzhenry, Ion Roy. SECOND ROW: Tim Darling, managerg Gary Ruelle, Ray Markham, Iett McCutcheon, Tab Roy, Bob Smith, Brian Crowley, Mike Mclntosh, Scott Salley Rick Corry, Rick Burke, Tim O'Neill, Larry Schupbach, Dieter Baulngart Duane Grondziak, Dave Isbell. THIRD ROW: Mr. Gerald Eichmanl coachf Dave Vlfhite, Tony Young, Russ Copus, Charles Lengyel, Iinfl Shank, Tad McClellan, Mike Merritt, Doug Strader, Tim Hartland, Mike Anderson, lack Everett, left Brown, Gordon Brooks, Curt Young, Mqfghg-11 O'Shaghnessy, Scott Hausman, Kevin Lee, David Hitchcock. Missing From picture: Larry Orr, Danny Medlock, Bob Stahl, Steve Carie. Come rain, hail, sleet, or the opposing team, the lightweights march on to victory. Football is our gameg victory is our name "We Want a touchdown!" was the cry of the cheering section, cmd the seventh and eighth grade football teams came through. The micldleweights were undefeated, com- pleting the season with a fantastic 4-0 record cmd first place among Waterford's junior high teams. Coach Edward Haley was justifiably proud of their performance. Near-perfect was the record of the light- weights, who lost no games, but racked up one tie with three Wins. The team toppled Pierce twice, and Coach Gerald Eichman pointed out that although they tied Crary their first game, they held the Clippers score- less the second time around. So improved was the heavyweights' 3-2 record, compared with last yeo:r's 0-5 win-loss total, Coach Donald Castle stated they can really claim the season a victory. Heavyweight Football Team. FRONT ROW: Bill Healy, Dennis Franks, Mark Collard, Bill Williams, Steve Cavender, Mitchell Cosselman, Bob Reynolds, Bill Sangster. SECOND ROW: Doug Mowry, Mark Easley, lim Martinez, Robert Le-cours, Mike Hrynyk, Gary Kwapis. THIRD ROW: Mr. Donald Castle, coach, Tony Wood, Charles Melchiorre, lohn Bauer, Kevin Bates, Bill Sinsabaugh. Missing from picture: Ron Iacklyn, Bill Sherman, Gary O'Toole. 86 Q seventh, eighth grade football Tension mounts as Mr. Robert Casteel, substituting tor Coach Donald Castle, and Mark Easley watch a tough play from the sidelines. Vin, ,- t , ,, f Z v 1 Z 1 G irlicshfweiqbr- j sia I .,. l 6 Crm 15? 2 141, f P19379 : 1 ij 65 l 14 i 1 'crm Q n . l 12 f i P19319 6, l , fried, 11.031 0 l E Middleweiqhie 5 i I5PGIiQ1'LiSfl ,I 36 Bierce 0 I2 Z B: 6 5 Pierce T 3 l if X iii f I-'ootiactlljg is y V ee 'g E l lMarine-:ir I or e piirgentsl ' fu f Pierce e --Ig V I 5 230 Walled' -:-:.-. ll g M is 2 l lmefer fel l 1 2 ee Y. l Wonzegifg Lost 122 .1.,e,, -e.,T. 4i YY.YY, Y-,Ai,.L - ..uE..4. Middleweight Football Team. FRONT ROW: Ritchie Gravelle, Iohn Yates, Hex Schiele, Chuck Wooderson, Bill Strong, Bob Elam, Andy Iames, Mike Cattell, Kevin Riley, Layne Drouin, Eugene Franks, Bob Sowles, manager. SECOND' ROW: Kevin Turnbull, George Todorott, Bob Davis, Dan McWilliams, Mark Houston, Dan Whiston, Garry McLean, Russ Haney, Dave Barker, Iohn Collins, Bryan Burling, Dave Russell, Mr. Ed Haley, coach. Missing from picture: Lester Barron, Bill Bowles, lack Frank, Todd lones, Greg Smith, Vince Sorbelli, lim Ward. "I,-Q 1 'sf " ' , V - - H"-X-i...,:1-'-1.'f."..- The middleweights easily put an end to Pierce's attack as they down a charging Pirate with men to spare. seventh, eighth grade football C 37 s i ll nu 1" 4 if M. ,I - .saw 2 -, f . I, --.-.ei fi' -- . it ' ', f , T ,. - J' 2 ff- is fl' e 1 -f t.. i . me W, M fs , ,, iv ,V -.is 25 1, I - , lg-.,X..P.e,v....t:- , Wififlftz -ff ,s " "' ally! l""' 1 -fi A:-' :if 'Tettllillttfwiktl T' 2flt'Qa1'1stl'tf i, T - , apt." Er f '-4 r 1- ,I , . " . -ii' 'a r " 1- "W" T, eF?f.- . F gl. ta' U:k.Y .l i if-er of -4le,.s:5:i":.e ' is ,, '01 ll these opponents from Walled Lake Western plan to get by the Mariners it'll be over their dead bodies. Mike Bragg 1111 moves to block his man, while Dennis Fisk IZSJ, Doug Verlee 1301, Bob 'Wareck KIZJ, and Dennis Starnes l24l, prepare to arab a rebound. Ninth Grade Basketball Team. FRONT HOW: Doug Ewing, Bab Wareck, captain: Rick Sariell. SECOND ROW: Tom Sowerf wine, Chris Skellenger, Doug Verlee, Mike Bragg, Dennis Fisk, Dennis Starnes, Steve Miller, Rick Reed, THIRD ROW: Mr. Donald Castle, coach, Hoy Vartabedian, 'Iohn Rossetto, Paul White, Bill Maki, Iohn Iackson. FOURTH ROW: Mark McDonald, Rod Ladd, team managers. 880 ninth grade basketball The emotion ot the game is shown by Coach Donald Castle as he tells Bill Maki KZUI to hustle with the ball. Team sets new records on way to best season With improvements on rebounding and often- sive output the ninth grade basketball team, led by Coach Donald Castle, set a school rec- ord of l5 Wins and one loss. During the season they also established many other records such as most consecutive Wins: ll, and most points scored in a quarter: 31. "Although the boys l coached last year Were- good, these were better. Every player gave a good team effort, no one was out there for in- dividual goals," Coach Castle- commented at season end. He also felt the toughest games were the two against Crary. The Mariners emerged victorious on both occasions, the first time Winning by one point, and the second coming trom behind to Win in overtime. ' -' -Y " -4- , -. ..-. 1- ,- I 7 y f ,4,la D An- gigs- i J 5 ff-it +,r -e 'il' r' .- It ,tary .try g W A 't D ! , . X , h YJ D 1 'ef . f .W 3 I 1 , .5 ' ' , ef Q , I . ,A 2 ll - nn , X fr -,-,.,-.4v J, , 7 r E y 0 . sf if Y will X Y ,tt .- ,, .....il,,. ,H H 4, ,- Lin., u """ V f The basket can seem a million miles away when you go up for cr shot, but it's not tar for tall Doug Verlee f3Ul. lust to make sure, Dennis Starnes l2ll, Mike Bragg flll, and Bob Wareclc H22 back him up lor the rebound. "Are you playing dodge ball or basketball?" Bob Wareck U22 asks Doug Verlee IGUJ as they run after the loose ball. .,-R -X ' ..' +S- 'XN - 'R mm, A l get .24 f 'Qi' t'And they thought the Statue ot Liberty play was only used in loot- baIl," thinks Dennis Starnes 1212 as he goes up lor cz jump ball. ninth, grade basketball .89 .gsgszgmgge TU?----M --Q f+,,f,.. ,. ..,,,,,,vl V Y F i :Sree Z 55 557 ' '1,9t705T1t R6Q0rdJ' Kevin Banks ISUJ searches tor someone to pass the ball to tiliz i - EEE' ' e as lim Shanks U51 and Karl Froling K 131 try to get clear ot 7 'he Opponent' M zz. ities tt l.g:t1sQ5!5g?5t5Qm tl .. aaa , ff - W e-We i n asa 5 s s K 1 E-E ' K Q 26 i West i Egg ,f L 'WG11931LeEe- QSU t :lf ' fa Bloeifaeidesbbeig 1 ' - , 50 4, f Fierce? . ' . 3 S .f' AQ: s sggs -A ssf -. , ffoqlt aaa. -waiiir r " 'viii if ft S i ' m ff A ww f I. i if ----: 2 5 f F' ,. , I i as essff A 'A . or f 53? 5:1 I-H, Y, Y 17 5 T ii! Y: fix nf' ' I970f1i1IBqikeEcrJflfRGt9gTd.. V A- X pi li ix I , Z J 1 ' it it .. F ..:,5. f"A F 4' t 4 E Z9 t H 1 tl , ' .,s , ,lar Qs. 4 Q 42 ist - ,gh . 1 -so ,t t ,. . t 1 ' +rr Q W12' -2 tit' .R ' fe gf. i Seventh Grade Basketball Team. FRONT ROW: left Fisk, Andy Madonio, Kevin Banks, lim Martinez, lim Stepanski, Greg Smith, Roger Fulkerson, Gary Hodge. SECOND HOW: lim Shanks, Don Steele, Larry Schupbach, Ioe Foltz, Karl Froling, Mr. Iohn Saum, coachg Brian Schupbach, Iohn Schmidt. Missing from picture is Bob Fields. 90' seventh, eighth grade basketball L .eg Y g Tim Weiss 1312 knows this basket must count. Doug Stradet Ill! and Mark Collard 1342 have a lot ot confidence in him. lim Shanks U51 grabs the ball alter the tip otl, with Kevin Banks l50l nearby, preparing to dribble it down the court lor a basket. 09 ,,,.4-W L Fr if - 3 ? if ,,, Q ' --,,...-1 ,ff ,," -' ' ,M . ' f . eilgiik - v l ,us-?-9!-4 Ff- .PH ,,..- X in-:U X J . if-' it Although the lans are certain Mark Collard f34l will get two points, the opponents know that nothing is certain until the ball swishes through the net. 1 'P V T Ss,.g , r e . gr g 'L Cagers reach summit, break all old records Broken records lay in the wake ot both the seventh and eighth grade basketball teams as they romped through an exciting season. Desire to learn and put iarth their best efforts was the eighth grade tean1's goal. Their positive attitude proved successful throughout the sea- son. The most glorio .s victory was the final game, with Bloomfield Hills, whom they topped by 22 rip-roaring points. "They sure showed great team spirit," Coach Michael Miley claimed in praise ot the squad. "The seventh grade team showed excellent improvement during the season," boasted Coach lohn Saum. Due to their great enthusi- asm and team work, they came through with a trouncing defeat of East Hills by 30 points. Added to this top-notch display ot team ettort and will to win is the tact that these cagers will return to play again next year. The View ahead promises to he as good as the back- ward glance. Eighth Grade Basketball Team. FRONT ROW: Doug Strader lohn Pickett, Mike Anderson. SECOND ROW: Mark Gisse, Bill Sangster, Chet Muckenhirn, Mike Merritt, Scott Taylor, Scott Clauser, captainf Bob Elam, Bob Lecours, Gary O'Toole, Tim Weiss, Mark Collard. THIRD ROW: Mr, Michael Miley, coach. Missing trom picture is Rod Clifton. seventh, eighth grade basketball '91 As the baseball llies from the bat ot Rick Reed, he prepares to make a mad dash tor first base, : ut tv, - in , Ball practice delayed l tj Q. X - because of weather f ..! :Z 1' ' Q " '-, Late snowfalls spoiled the tearn's chance- for an early spring training, but when the Win- ter weather subsided, baseball practice finally got underway. Inter-squad drills began in the gym in mid- March under the instruction of Coach Gerald Eichrnan, and final cuts were made toward the end of the month. The first game was scheduled for April 27 against Walled Lake Western. Because all the football and basketball teams had excellent records, the baseball players had an obligation to keep up the good standards and they Worked hard and fast to make up for lost time. .S Ninth Grade Baseball Team. FRONT ROW: Mr. Gerald Eichman, coach: Max Phelps, Dave Myas, Gary Pelton, Rick Sartell, Clarence Cavalier, Rick Reed, Mark Rogers. SECOND ROW: Loren Bass, Mark Vogel, Iohn Rossetto, Darrell Taylor, David Carter, Curtis Iohrtson, left Gormly, Roy Vartabedian. THIRD ROW: Steve Blythe, lack Iohnson, Bob Wareck, Steve Fritz, Dan Mc- Cauley, Paul White. 92' baseball Clarence Cavalier cmd Loren Bass try lor the some ball. 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Coach Don Castle and his team were delayed somewhat in their training due to the unex- pected late snowfalls, but though it may have slowed their start, that didn't stop them in the least. Another impressive athletic record joined the year's earlier achievements. 6 , - fx ' tt,-Qhgfq.-'w t A 'galil' 1 ', ,hit , QI! I Coach Donald Castle joins the boys at the top ot the hill It's a good thing that mat is there, for lon Plummer is while others pass him heading toward he bottom to com- certainly going to land on his head. 94' ninth grade track plete the circuit in an early spring training session. Leadrng he pack of chargrng runners Heed Goulet keeps hrs pace wrth Mark McDonald Mrke Bragg and B111 Banks lollowrng close behznd learrng the hurdle neatly Greg Barley concentrates on zmprov ng hrs styl Below, Bob Surre Steve Kulesza and Mrke Mc lenahen break lrom the startrng blocks rn a trme trial wld .f ffl? 3 ,rw KM. 91 111.5 IJ? 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WESQZLH --as 'ww ia? 755 Y fx , , ,ZH va ,.. 5 at Ku, iii , Wfwgm , 1 1 sig E EM ?aijx ,, 225, 2 , ig. f H.: f -f1J Jr- mg ' 'Q fi, r ' ' w ,,f,'f' '::, .l,-11- W ,yr . S -., 5: lf' ' u ' X i 3 Q-WSW' AK-SQ' f' '-'mf Ag: . 7 M Mb . Y . 555: --iw E wx We 'qi 7 :Q . ?Q:' -4 , , 525331 , 7,1 ar." I , M Mfg, :Y Yi, V is if V 42? , 'Y K FE in 1 N ...L .An . 'E Q ractice makes perfect The seventh and eighth grade track team was an extre-mely strong one. Plenty oi hard work and exercise, mixed with an abundance of school spirit, brought about a winning season for the boys. To quote the coaches, Mr. lay Williams and Mr. lack Gebauer, "The team worked hard and put forth their best ettort in all their meets." Practice was an important element in giving the team the incentive to Win. Because they did so Well in training, the coaches knew they had an excellent chance when it came time for track meets. ff 1 'T , vii, M f .1."..:",Y, . ,WTR , - Seventh, Eighth Grade Track Team. FRONT BOW: Brian Schupbach, Iett Taylor, lames Youngquist, Hay Daugherty, Daryl Darling, Tony Young, Carlos Villarreal, Ken Atkins, Rod Clifton, Mike Anderson, Mike Mclntosh, Brett Overall, Mike Hinson, Gary Ruelle, Larry Schupbach, Matt Brodie, Gary Hodge, Duane Best, Ietl Terry. SECOND ROW: Mr. lack Gebauer, coach, Ion Roy, Rick Stout, Slevin Mason, Brian Crowley, Greg Smith, Brad Arbuckle, lim Ward, Scott Miller, Dan Whiston, felt Brown, Tim O'Neill, Mike Bottenberk, Paul Mason, Duane Grondziak, Mr. lay Williams, coach. THIRD ROW: Bob Fields, Paul McClain, Steve Brodie, Steve Cavender, lim Martinez, George Green, Bill Williams, Bob Elam, Andy james, Tom Baier, lame-s Duprey, Iohn Bauer, Bruce lohnson. FOURTIH ROW: Dale Zuelch, Chet Muckenhirn, Tony Wood, Bill Healy, Bob Schiele. Looking like a plane in tlight, Tony Wood has a unique style on the hurdles. seventh, eighth grade track O97 'SM 1 I 98' clubs 72.0, 5- ' .fu-,mu . , 1 -' 'H-'uv ' ww wqf kg-. f., .X M, , , E A 5, :I V ,Q ,, ,fi- clubs Though, peace be made, yet it is interest that keeps peace. Oliver Cromwell clubs '99 Rose Lesh demonstrates letter arrange- ment on the new activity sign for seventh and eighth grade representa- tives Sheri Reynolds, Sandi Fater, Debby Morrison, Stephanie Graniors, and Sue Collins. Rose worlcedlhard on the project committee last year to get the sign tor the school . i mAsnuJn.nn:u "' im Council's current concern is football bleachers his. ' -tt lt's nice to be a victim ot this committeeg they select the Student ot the Month. They are Gail Wilson, Sue Carte, Dave Blum, Iohn Hossetto, and Sandy Gauthier. Bill Maki, parliamentarian, explains a point ol parlia- mentary procedure to otticers Sue Sebring, president, Gail Shelly, corresponding secretary, Greg Miller, treas- urerg Cindy Pauly, recording secretary, and Sue Carie, vice-president. 100' student council Striking' a timely blow for Women's Lib, Sue Sebring was Mason's first qirl Student Council president. Sue and the other 1970-71 officers stepped into their jobs with excellent advanced training behind them. They attended a student leadership camp during the summer, and also Went to the University of Michigan Where they participated in a Iunior Hiqh Student Council Clinic. The council developed the idea of honoring Students of the Month. They organized cr com- mittee who chose one boy and one girl each month, based on recommendations from teach- ers. Those selected were given recognition through PA announcements and a picture dis- play in the main lobby. The activity sign project was completed by this yea:r's council who supervised its construc- tion in front of the school. They also raised the money for their newest project: football bleachers. 1 Ninth Grade Student Council Representatives and Alternates. FRONT ROW: Donna Woods, Darell Taylor, Donna Baranoski, Robin Penland, lohn Rossetto, Dave Blum, Cindy Throop, Sharlene Corkum. SECOND ROW: Cindy Schwab, Mike Bragg, lohn Ragatz, Stacy Weaver, Doug Verlee, Dennis Fisk, Bob Wareck, Tim Vandruska, Gary Pelton, Kim Menghini. THIRD ROW: lawn VanNorman, Becky Rick, Debbie Alex- ander, Ioe Hadley, Mark Iames, Paula Myers, Brooke Keating, Liz Smith. FOURTH ROW: loe Steele, Mark McDonald, Merry Smith, Rose Lesh, Dennis Starnes, Lori Bums, Dayna Bradshaw, Christina Anderson, Val Kaufman. Missing from picture are Debbie Scrivens, Pat Howard, Linda Applin. l- t R13 it it .42 The perfect thing to warm a lobby at Christmas time is a lighted tree. Student Council assumes the respon- sibility to put one up every year. Eighth Grade Student Council Represen- tatives and Alternates. FRONT ROW: Ralph Puertas, Michelle Roelots, Mike Anderson, Chet Muckenhirn, Nancy Wil- son, Mary Abeare. SECOND ROW: Robin Blum, Denise McLaughlin, Gail Wilson, Carolanne Brown, Mary Io Froling, Scott Clauser, Sue Collins, Stephanie Grantors, Sheri Reynolds, Peggy Menghini. THIRD ROW: Mike Cattell, Kathy McConnell, Tina Birch, Sue Rondo, Kay Boomer, Mar- gie Bollan, Mary Berg, Russell Haney, Greg Morgan, Gary Kwapis, lohn Hol- land, Gordon Roy, Del Lennox, Greg Hampton, Roberta Baker. Missing from picture are Kent Turner, Larry Best, Tony Wood, Pam Lawrence, Bill Williams, Davie Sebring, lim Darling, Sheila Mount, Mark Work. Seventh Grade Student Council Repre- sentatives and Alternate-s. FRONT ROW: Kevin Fangel, Debby Morrison, Sheri Strine, Andy Madonio, Ionina Strong, Dan Gwinn, lim Shanks. SECOND ROW: Dana Frick, Cindy Anderson, Tammy Wagner, Cindy Smith, Sandi Fater, Sandy Gauth- ier, Pam Haney, Lori McC1enahen, Rich- ard Cullens. THIRD ROW: Andy Van- druska, Curtis Patton, Steve lenkins, Car- roll Rogers, Brock Leach, Cathy Nollet. FOURTH ROW: Crystal Harris, Kim Roach, Paula Starkweather. Missing trom picture are Len Marsh, Iohn Quinn, Sandy Sammons, Ray Markham, Bob Pretto, Mike Moore, Chuck Wooderson, David Hitchcock, Paul Gibson, Becky Patterson, Dave Denoyer, Steve Laten, Paul Albertson. student council C101 Ninth Grade Trip Committee. FRONT ROW: lane Lewis, Michele Woodhull, Cheryl Schulz, Karen Scarlett, Debi Kazakos, Priscilla Theriault, Greg Miller, Frank Biehl, Myra lohnson, Sandy Estleman, Vicki Smith, Ioanne Blades. SECOND ROW: Stacey Muller, Beth Stireman, Diane Pickett, Robin Slade, Rose Lesh, Vicki Whitehead, Ruth French, Mark McDonald, Diane Wheeler, Cheryl Throop, Diane Bondy, Terri Smith, Debbie Garrison, Anna Capling. THIRD ROW: Mr. Iarnes Amell, administra- tive coordinator, Carol Mercer, Debbie Ravens, Mary Mote, Mary Wallace, Sue Scheuermann, Iohn Karbginslcy, lohn Vega, Karen Iakobowski, Kathy Young, Mr. lacques Perry, faculty sponsor. Crganization plays big part in trip planning "Maybe it they will look the other way, l'l1 be able to see it this stutt really tastes as good as they say!" thinks Duane Ross. There doesn't seem to be any chance ot it though, because Brooke Keating and Ioyce Scott know what he's up to and won't let him get away with it. 102 I ninth grade trip committee The trip to Washington, D.C., early in May was awaited all year by nearly every ninth grader. Because of the great number of stu- dents who visited the nation's capital, the Trip Committee was a busy one. Two representatives and one altemate were chosen from each ninth grade English class. They were responsible tor distributing the candy for the cmnual sale, through which many students earned part of their trip expenses. They also handled all the money from the sales and collected trip payments. This invol- ved keeping careful records and making out receipts. Truly representative, they reported to their English classes, got their opinions, and took them back to the meetings. This way, they could make decisions on the itinerary, choos- ing places where most students wanted to go and which would help them better understand our government, Which, after all, Was the main purpose oi the trip. Greg Miller and Debbie Kmalcos describe students are winners of the annual candy their plane ride over Oakland County to Mr. sale and the plane ride was one of the prizes. lames Amell and Iohnny George. The three 1: W int' y 'i ' V . il I' msrj' V . N ,. 1, J v I it v., 1 in ,, , 1 ff N ' '7'fa S-...f t Committee representatives Kathy Young and Stacey Muller remind classmates ot Washington Trip pay- ment due in January. Writers cramp might be the result, but Sue Scheuermann is determined to tinish making out receipts tor trip payments before Frank Biehl gets them all written into the record book. ninth, grade trip committee C103 Role playmg fllls need "lust let me powder your nose and then all you'll need is lipstick," Sue Sebring tells Mark Krywko, preparing him for his role. Don Seeterlin is laughing now, but will he tind it so funny when Sue makes his cheeks rosy with rouge? "S-o many letters tor Santa to read, and not enough time to answer them all," exclaims Karen Anderson, playing the role of Santa's helper, Miss Merry. Building scenery is one of the most important tasks ot getting ready tor , cr performance. While others are in- volved with rehearsals, Carol Fourn- ier, Ruth French, and Iohn Karbgin- sky help out on the construction crew. melt-f' L :... sri, '-fi' l J X. 5 fi' ' 1- 'rg I 5 H-.2 xl "ly- 1 f F: 4 5' X' Y N 'Q YQ - ,- ,- 104 I drama club for would-be actors Eager, stage-struck students and interested, tireless teachers added up to a Drama Club with lots of action this year. The group organ- ized in the fall and got right underway with a play for the holidays, "Setting Santa Straight." Under the direction of their sponsors, Mrs. Susan Poole and Mr. Dave Reschke, the cast shared their play with children oi the Fairlawn Center at Pontiac State Hospital, who loved the performance. But acting is not everything in a play. The backstage crew Worked hard at creating colorful costumes, building scenery, gather- ing props, and applying make-up. Altogether, it was a real good scene. Drama Club. FRONT ROW: Don Seeterlin, Kathy Checkley, Debi Kazalcos, Karen Anderson, Terri Horton, Carol Fournier, Sue Sebring, Priscilla Theriault. SECOND ROW: Ruth French, Beth Stireman, Paula Myers, Lori Burns, Leslie Spaysky, Debi Bradley, Christina Anderson, Debra Michael, Leah Roberts, Sandy Mendham, Myra Iohnson, Diane Wheeler, Chris Carrier. THIRD ROW: Debbie Morris, Vicki Whitehead, Ianet Doyon, Dale Geng, Steve Chambers, Mary Wallace, Mitch Collins, Doug Williams, Tim Giles, Fred Rood, Mark Krywko, Diane Wyant, Patti Anderson, Teri Giles. ltr ' 1 it QAQZS' f Wlllfl l l l t - Rehearsals .must go on even when the cast Don Seeterlin, and Steve Chambers go over has competition from risers for an upcoming their lines one more time with little thought choral concert. Karen Anderson, Diane Wyant, to the unwanted props that share their stage. drama club Q 105 .S 2 XXX D, S'-L "These colors look pretty good together," Rick Sczlkeld and Dan McAllister agree as they experiment with new combinations, At another table, Robin Follis works at an original design. 106' art club - . 'Qiirnb 5 gvQZQ-'bg' ,ff'E..3,gj ,-- v. 'ii' v ' ' ' 33 A xx tt rtists develop creative abilities A chance to Work on different types of projects, using their own creativity, kept Art Club members enthusiastic about their weekly meetings. The group planned and organized their own activities, Working with all kinds of media to help develop their artistic abilities. Much improvement in die students' tech- nique was noticed by sponsor, Mrs. Barbara Cicchelli. She helped guide them in their work while allowing them the freedom to create their own individual designs. Many different pro- jects were completed., with exciting features in each one. Although the group was fairly small, the members had a real interest in learning to express themselves artistically, and devoted a great deal of time to their projects. hands are a natural result when comes to forming a bowl on the 's wheel. Iaclc Sovereign finds it lots of skill and coordination to with clay on this equipment. Wire sculpturing can be a very tricky business, but Mrs. Barbara Cicchelli, Art Club sponsor, doesn't seem to be having too much difficulty working on her project. F Rick Sallceld seems pleased that a young spectator has stopped to watch him roll out clay at the Art Show. This is one ot the steps in the slab method ol creating cr clay object. IT T -.xx-.,, fy Num' Q L s Y 'N' . A 5'-'-bww 4 The picture ot concentration, Cathy Taylor sketches a rough plan before applying color to her lettering design. art club Q107 Pleased with the results, Keith Riclcsgers examines a roll of film he has just developed. Timing and water temperature are important to the procedure, he has learned. 108. photo club fm' v earn new photo skills 1. J-, 7 4 ll 1 rr ! ,fill A A , - 4 A- 1 .. .,-, v . - --1, Tia If- if k ,ai tt- 4, X : X 1 4' - f 4. -V . pf' , -' .. lf, t .- - " ,fl ': fr' 5' 4 -.ltr , -'lt .f 5. il -'Q' hYy1tt'!.3 it il T ., 'Q' . A.-.rv'vf-lrt W. w t f ' X.-F i' Spf- - ' If 'i fx , , , 1 .I v" .,,,,,l,i!' , Q, x i' ,... . tl 1 it "3ttg11..igi..t M Y we-gt: 'yr-,,t ,. if '-Htl' i ., ru Mgr, I 1, "w 75112, xl 1 For eager shutterbugs, the Photo Club was really like a class where members learned the basic techniques oi good photography from Mr. Keith Phillips, their instructor-adviser. The club was mainly offered for yearbook students, al- though others could enroll if they had a real interest in photography. They studied the camera iirst, then learned how to take good pictures under all conditions, studying their results critically to discover how they could improve. Using the journalism de- partments Well-equipped darkroom, they found there is more to photography than just taking pictures. They learned how to mix the chemi- cals needed for developing iilm and how to use all the apparatus to print good, sharp pictures in varying sizes. Whether the students were lust curious about the camera and photography, or inter- ested in Working on the photo staff lor the year- book, or maybe seriously interested in photo- graphy as a career, the Photo Club was a good beginning for them. Going over prints they have made, Leslie Williams, Marcia Marcero, and Kim Roy wait for Mr. Keith Phillips to help them evaluate the results. Mr. Phillips discusses their work with each one, and often they learn from their mistakes. Below, Leslie helps lohn Beiltuss adjust the enlarger as they prepare to print another picture. L?" Removing excess Water from a print with the squeegee is the tinal step for Ioe Hadley before he turns on ihe drier io complete the processing 01' his picture. photo club H109 The cheerleaders' enthusiam shows in everything they d Cindy Pauly, Cindy Schwab, Sue Sebring, Karen'SchiHne and Debbie Morris hurry toward the bleachers following hall-time presentation so the boys can get the ball rolling. Eighth grade cheerleaders give a hearty "Hello" to rooters lor the opposing team. Teri Billette, Cindy Harris, Sue Collins, Diane Coffey, Holly Koiima, and Pam Rice pep up the crowd at the beginning of a football game. Cheerleaders yell for touchdowns, Mariners had a lot to cheer about this year, with all the football and basketball teams having fine records. Because of this it wasn't hard for the cheerleaders to keep the crowds interested. In the gym and on the field, the girls cheered the teams on to the victorious end. At cheerleading camp last summer, the eighth and ninth grade squads each won the Most Outstanding Iunior High trophy. The eighth grade cheerleaders won two third place ribbons. The ninth graders won a fourth place ribbon and a skit ribbon. They also got on award for their pomporn routine. Mrs. Charlene Wright sponsored the ninth grade girls and Miss Carol Phelps sponsored the seventh and eighth grade cheerleaders. Could it be that good cheerleaders lead to good sportsmanship, and good sportsmanship leads to winning teams? 1 IOQ cheerleaders .. . Seventh Grade Cheerleaders. BOTTOM: Karen Trulu, Lisa Rogers. CENTER: Tammy Porter, Judy Sterritt, Sue Zollner. TOP: Cathy Evans. The Mariners make Q basket, causing seventh grade cheerleaders Karen Trulu, Tammy Porter, Lisa Rogers, and Iudy Sterritt to jump tor joy. . - S Mrs. Charlene Wright, ninth grade sponsor. ' f V ' ,,-1, , A 'l ' - E' . Miss Carol Phelps, seventh and eighth grade sponsor. J.: K Eighth Grade Cheerleaders, FRONT: Holly Koifmq, Pam me Rice. CENTER: Diane Coffey, Cindy Harris, Sue Collins. TOP: Teri Billetie. I Q22 fieizfiafzw I: v ' E:35.7' '21-Y' ' w 'll ' .4 Y'- ,.,,,ws5,g.. it W gf' Ninth Grade Cheerleaders. FRONT: Sue Sebring. CENTER: Debbie Morris, Kim Menghini, Cindy Pauly, Cindy Schwab, n Schitiner. TOP: Liz Smith. cheerleaders Q 111 "I think l'm going to make it!" Mary Braman shouts with excitement. Acting as spotter "1 ' ' ,- Kathy Young is prepared tor anythin to :': New opportunities available to girl gymnasts Twenty-tour carefully selected ninth grade girls served as gym leaders, assisting teachers With large seventh and eighth grade gym classes. They conducted exercises, helped stu- dents on the tumbling apparatus and refereed team games. This was the first year gym as- sistants Were tried. It was good for the girls se- lected, since there were no ninth grade gym classes because of the overcrowded conditions. Also new in the physical education category was Gymnastics Club, sponsored by Mrs. Carol Ferguson. The club, which met after school, con- sisted ot 10 girls in eighth and ninth grade. Like the gym assistants, they, too, were carefully selected. The girls had to try out for member- ship and were picked for their ability to per- form on the balance beam, parallel bars, and sidehorse. ef if 'rg tu - : r fer - - -- , A E ,. ,. '1:r::1 g'f::"'i,'lf -.zgz 2 .J 'msgfq fl "2 ' ' 1- . l"":-T'FiJl'f2g3.Qi'9'M' iii?9"'ffl ,.-ffl Q. "Don't worry, I won't let you tall, but try to keep your leg straight and your toes pointed," Mary Braman advises Sue Pilath, giving her a hand on the uneven parallel bars. In another part ot the gym, Debi Allen demonstrates a difficult handspring with confidence. 112' gym assistants, F Gymnastics Club. Mrs. Carol Ferguson, sponsor, Cindy Harris, Liz Schari, Mary Braman, Carol Booth, Debbie Ravens, Kathy Young, Linda Hamilton, Brenda Starlcweather, Debi Allen. 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SECOND HOW: Cindy Pauly, Liz Smith, Cindy Schwab, Kim Menghini, Karen Schiilner, Sue Carie, Debi Allen, " Ann Fillca, Cindy Stites, Cindy Throop. D" 'M' Kathy Checifiey, Jeff, and Cindy Stites, center, !,5.:"f1312f'f . H act as referees in a basketball game. Cindy iw,Tlii'525jiME,1li,e ,151'4Qg3rj,l ,, ww explains a foul to Heidi Dick, Karla Sellers, and L . :IL , p e. Jw- :-: :-:L -,hi-ii ..-sim.. xii. L Vijjrgjsf. lean Seurynck. On the upper deck, another gym Q. if A leader, Debbie Ravens, gives Sandi Fater a . Iiir fifgi' X fifQ",'- hand on the balance beam. 12 .'.j'1iifl'lfl1 ' 'fi-F fri' 'f-Di"'f ' '. slQa13.l H Llfj ' ,551 s.ey,eisi , gli f ri - .ffl 'fini A F?i441.52'Z. --" 'V 7 ' - ' 1 i 'iff 355735 iff' " Til' Iflfif ,'f"1 vffiff' 3" ' A 1 ,'T -3:15 ' ' M If .lil I I' ., .t ' .lu ' 'i . , ' I in Nz. l , ' ,. 1 i 3 G, 1 , gymnastics club .113 Student Aides. FRONT ROW: Brenda Bridges, Lee Iohnson, Iackie Crystal, Cindy Smith, Kim Fangel. SECOND ROW: Pam Gruno, Kim Slcrobeck, Donna Woods, Paula Myers, Karen Schitlner, Cathy Hutchinson, Carla Barnhill. THIRD HOW: Debbie Pillow, Debbie Wood, Mary Mote, Shirlee Proctor, leanne Robinson, Delores Bolton, Ruth Green. Miss- ing trom picture: Ioe Katchka, Kathie Koop, Carol Lewis, Cheryl Green, Rod LaFountain, Marvel McCCrrrick, Robin Middleton, Ioe Smith. IS ann of student aide Approximately 80 student aides learned While lending a helping hand in the offices both at Mason and at Grayson Elementary School: in the bookstore, and assisting teachers and counselors with record keeping With an eye toward the future they gained practice in filing, bookkeeping, answering phones, taking messages, running errands preparing attendance lists, and operating such office equipment as the ditto machine. In the bookstore they handled sales of school supplies and kept the shelves well stocked and inven toried Student aides rotated to a new station every four weeks to insure a variety oi experiences under the supervision of Mrs. Mary Haley new sponsor of this part of the business pro gram Student Aides. FRONT ROW: Debbie Frick Marlene Iankowiak Karen Scarlett, Brian Carey, Rick Poggiano, SECOND ROW: .- ,, QS' Sue Carie, Robin Slade, Rita Bruce, Vicki Latnear, lohn Karb- .1 JV' :C A ginslci, Debi Kazcrlcos, Donna Spears, Cindy Yenglin. THIRD .N 1 f . ROW: Debbie Allen, Karen Buettner, Renay Dillon, Teri Mel- ' lema, Karen Coughlin, Diane Roehl, Mike Shafer, Debbie Pul- I lis. Missing from picture: Dave Mattoon, Teresa Green, Cindy ' Hamil, Pam Lucarelli, Fern Overbaugh. 1 14 Q student aides Putting skills to work If I . W X A ll . . Q! li Carol Fournier checks to be sure Cherie Dempster is at her post in A House ottice, as she makes her rounds taking attendance at all student aide stations. Student Aides. FRONT ROW: Rita Holloway, Linda Tipton, Carol Fournier, Michele Woodhull, Andrea Hewitt, Bill Parker, Gregor Brown. SECOND ROW: Debbie Garrison, Cheryl Beaver, loyce Blevins, Sue Martinson, Lorraine Charter, Terri Boylan, Anna Capling, Cheryl Burgdori, Ann Filka, lirn Wilson, THIRD ROW: Shelley Porter, Molly Shorts, Heidi Newman, Sue Scheuermann, Debbie Iennings, Leslie Williams, Cherie Dempster, Robyn Helms, Donna Leece, Chris Carrier. Missing from picture: Kathie Moore, l -'-379 if .lie J ....- gp, AV f V "Make sure you get these run ott right away, they're im- portant," Mrs. Mary Haley informs Kim Skrobeck and Donna Woods, who are on duty in the student aide ottice. if my l tu H 5 K "I want a refund, it isn't the right co1or," exclaims Cheryl Beaver to lim Wilson, who seems a little amazed at it all, student aides Q 115 Library Aides. FRONT ROW: Kathy Hall, Ieri Mike Norman, Sue Sebring, Greg Miller, Ioy SECOND ROW: Beth Stireman, Carolanne Brown Walsh, Steve North, Debbie Osentoslci, Robbiri N , ' Kilclow, Dona Norman. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Ann NOW I know Wh? 9Ve1'YbUdY hates dllsflngi IV9 never lulie lohnson, Chet Muckenhirn Mark Alford Tina seen so many shelves in my lite," laughs Camlanne Brown, Mark Gfssel Bob Bemrd, Steve bhambersl Bifly Garrett. who really doesnt mind keeping the resource center neat. 4 I u In ' Q Q 5 gil ' ' 1 Cathy Kildow prepares a bulletin board in the vantage oz' what the library has to Otter. Will resource center, hoping students will take ad- proofreading be the next step? 116 Q library aides Where does th1s one go? ponders Ioy Wzlfong searchmg for the correct shelf to store magazmes she IS sortmg Mzke Norman seems to have found the place for hrs Student workers help busy resource center Because of the tremendous amount of stu dents uslnq the resource center 1t took more than one l1brar1an can do to :run 1t Mrs Ann Rookus had the help of hbrary aldes to keep the place operatmq smoothly An averaqe of three aldes worked each hour after recelvlnq thorough tralnmq at the heq1nn1nq of the year Each member of the staff was asslqned to varlous clutles One of thelr rnam tasks was checklnq out books to students Other dutres were dustmq and strcuqhtenrnq the shelves keepmq f1ct1on and reference books 1n order wrltxng not1ces for overdue books and hnes and keepmq the card catalog arqamzed When a book was torn or otherwrse abused 1t was the responsl b1l1ty of one of these workers to see that 1t was repcnred They were always ready to help students hnd books and other resource materrals and show them how to use the hbrary fac1l1t1es Greg Mzller places new mformatxon zn the folders of the vertrcal fzle Zzbfrary azdes Q 117 . II - ' . I I 1 ,9 "QT, we tw. , .t. m tn: - , . lf' . 1 I I I I I 1 I I . I I I . I I I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I , . I I I - . I I I I I W . . . I I I I . . I . 'wf-or-Tar' Denise Bates gets some tips from former Mariner , Zi' skier Dave Perkins betore making another run H down the slope. Bob Martindale and Marcia Patrick are ready to go and head toward the , line at the tow rope. A friendly chat in a warm spot is the best remedy for cold bones, agree sponsors Mr. Herbert Parrott and Mr. Donald Pence, ignoring the snowy scene beyond them tor a while. 118C ski club ,, . N V- jf. 42" ...T ' 12' .J Searching the racks tor his skis and poles, Iimmy McDonald prepares tor another downhill run after warming up in the lodge. James while the others are attached to a hidden rider e chair lift at Pine Knob. you're not seeing double, One set ol skis belongs to h . It's apparent time's a-Wastin' for Mark Iames as he waits impatiently for Dave Russell to get his skis on. Skiers head for hills heedless of cold weather ' . 1 . I 4,5g. P t 1 luv,-.,f, fllilfllgzcllllfth 1 lv K Fi-, Q ui, Q L- . " M11 ' ' li 5 ll i 7 t ij: f W v ' 1, , X 'll 1,4 If A ...A - , I Down the slope comes Bill Healy, intent on improving his snowplow. The 140 members of Ski Club packed up their gear and headed for the slopes at 'Pine Knob immediately following Christmas vaca- tion. As lang as good skiing conditions lasted, they plied the hills every Monday aitemoon. Weekly attendance was always great, in spite of the fact that members had to provide their own transportation, and sometimes slippery slopes and cold bitter weather pre- vailed. Everyone seemed to improve rapidly with practice, even the beginners. Although riding the ski lift and plowing down the slopes were fun, the chance to get inside to a warm, crackling tire was always appreciated. slci club '119 A i -' 1,1 Al' fn-Fir,- u4"f' "It only I could keep my toot behind the foul line, I might get cr strike," decides Iohnny George. 120. bowling league Style may not be cr necessity for lots ot strikes and spares, but Rick Leibler, Bev Proctor and Theresa Howard make an interesting pattern in torm. Below, Myra lohnson's formula for increasing her score is obvious: bring your lett toot forward, swing the ball back, then let it roll down the alley. I' V!,.'. ,f .,.-lvl" U' gms . ws, Q tt- Collecting and counting the money is one of the jobs ot the sponsors Mr. Paul Lampkin, Mrs. Diane Tong, Mr. lay Williams, and Miss Kathleen Hendry. Todd Ambs, secretary tor the spring league, may have found the perfect tollow-through, G little spin ol the right toot, as he anticipates a strike. sam - sg-X551 ,l 2' ...r sq 3' ,F f 2, J . -- gs , 1 - ,J A iff ,QQHHVBA ' . David Terry looks back to see it his ball made it to the pins. In the next lane, Shari Shelton watches closely, hoping hers Won't go in the gutter. Tom Mayne checks his bowling scores wih Cory Messer, tall league secretary. n Bowlers strike again, with occasional gutters Bowling Club members took to the lanes at the 300 Bowl each Monday after school to try their hands at getting strikes and spares. The first league began in September and the second in February, with nearly 200 enthusiastic bowl- ers. Each league bowled for 10 weeks. Secretaries Cory Messer, for the first league and Todd Ambs, for the second, were in charge of figuring out weekly scores and keeping track of individual and team averages. Todd earned high praise for his fine job, especially since he was the first seventh grader to ever hold this position. Trophies were awarded to first place teams and top boy and girl bowlers in each league. Sponsors included Mr. Dave Allen, Miss Kath- leen Hendry, Mr. Paul Larnpkin, Mrs. Diane Tong, and Mr. lay Williams. bowling league C121 T Chamber Choir. FRONT ROW: Diane Pickett, Debbie Alexander, Karen Buettner, Cherie Dempster, Merle Iohnson, Peggy Fulmer, Cheri Kutthuhn, Lori Burns, Shari Shelton, Kathy Hitchcock, Ioni lakel, Cheryl Schulz, Sue Sebring, Brenda Southard, Iackie Nichol- son. SECOND BOW: Paula Myers, Mickey Finn, Cindy Pauly, Steve Beal, Kim Menghini, Rick Sartell, Sharon Garbovitz, Mike Worland, Becky Thornton, Tim Smith, Karen Schittner, Keith Ricksgers, Robin Slade, Robb Reid, Dona Norman. THIRD ROW: David Terry, Debra Michael, Curtis Iohnson, Cindy Throop, lim Parker, Debbie Scrivens, Dennis Starnes, Cathy Evans, Richard Bennett, Fran Caswell, Bill Banks, Linda Newton, Paul Beck. 13 f 'ni B "Gosh, I hope Mr. Rookus didn't notice We missed that high note," giggles Lori Burns to' Debbie Alexander. Both girls are .Sopranos in the choir. "Practice makes perfect" is the motto ot this group ot altos. Robin Slade, Ioni Iakel, Dona Norman, Linda Newton, Cahy Kildow, Diane Huffman, Karen Schitlner, Cindy Alexander, Cindy Pauly, and Kim Menghini rehearse their parts again. 1 22. chamber choir els go through rt one more tzme decrde Paula Myers on Burns Debbze Alexander Dzane Prckett and Drane heeler front row Don Clasman Steve Beal Kelth Hzcks ers Mrke Worland Robb Rezd and Rick Sartell center and B111 Banks Paul Beclc and Rrclc Lerbler back row w val 4k Out of 330 chorus members 45 were chosen for the Chamber Chou Th1s group mcluded 43 mnth graders and two elghth graders It meant extra pract1ce and a lot of hard Work form every one for the many speclal performances they presented Mr Mel Ptookus was back to d1rect the cho1r after a year s sabbatrcal leave Appearances ot the group were brlghtened by the new folders they held to help correlate the many p19C9S of II1'L1S1C they used and the elevatlon of choral nsers wlfnch helped provlde more space for the large group MI Rookus felt that concert crowds Were good and that the hlghllght ot the year was the Evenmg on Broadway concert Wh1ch pre sented an h1stor1ca1 V19W of the mus1cal theatre 1n Amerlca Chamber cholr salutes muslcal Amerlca Lon Burns, Cheryl Schulz, Dona Norman, Cathy Krldow, Rzclc Sartell, Mrlce Worland, B111 Banks, and Dennrs Starnes sing loud and clear to see 11 they can poss1b1y drown out Mr Mel Rookus chamber choir Q123 lt's Band Night at Waterlord' Mott High School for Pierce, Crary, and Mason lunior High bands. A lot ot work preceded this halt- time performance by the concert-band-turned-marching band, Below, Vicki Smith and Brenda McEwen practice their parts tor the annual Solo and Ensemble Festival. Their French horn quartet earned a I rating. ew Ltxf 6.45 .,..i , Jv I.. ' x stiff? I 'L-ex, Concert Band. FRONT ROW: lawn Van Norman, Chet Muckenhirn, Linda Newton, Dave Mickiewicz, Mark lames, Iohn Nivelt. SECOND ROW: Linda Hamilton, Mary Berg, Kathie Kuck, Sue Katip, Amy White, Beth Cahape, Kay Meyer, Debbie Burmeister, Iohn Karbginsky, Ruth French, lanet Doyon, Carol Mercer, Kim Moore, Patti Phelps, Pam Rice, THIRD ROW: Diane Pickett, Marilyn Edwards, Karen Husband, Don Tomkins, Cindy Harris, Debbie Cross, Sheryl Crites, Sue Rondo, Diane Huffman, Mike Newberry, Brenda MCEWSII. Kathy Checkley, Audrey Parrish, Vicki Smith, 124. concert band Stan Aiello, Ron Salkeld, Doug Strader, Mark McDonald, Mr. Herbert Parrott, director. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Young, Denise Bates, Mark Fritz, James Hopkins, Iohn Taylor, Mike Worland, Gregory Winter, Paul Allen, lohn Beiltuss, Bill Williams, Mary Braman, Rick Salkeld, Richard Fulkerson, Brad Tuson, Dennis Batten, Max Phelps, Gary Pelton. FIFTH ROW: Bill Tallenger, Paul McClain, Sandy Rexlord, Annette Iames, Kevin Edwards, Kay Boomer, Henry Madsen, Iohn Vega, Donna Leece, David Terry, Andy Iames, Tim Darling, Dan McAllister, Bob Wareck. MUSICIRHS express outstancllng talents WYWQQ .Q-fm EX-. Sectzonal rehearsals talce place often to make sure all mem bers ol the band know thezr parts well At top, Mark Frztz and Kevm Edwards check for tonal qualtty on thezr clarlnets, whzle Iohn Vega, Gregory Wrnter, and B111 Wrlltams practzce some trtclcy ltngermg on thetr comets Wmter and sprmg concerts and a spectacu lar Iunlor Hlgh Band Nlght were among the hlghhghts ot the concert band s actlvlues Along Wllh Plerce and Crary the muslclans performed on Waterford Mott l-hgh School s football held durmg a half t1rr1e show The massed bands were Jomed by Motts marchers to present a rouslng chmax to the program Flfteen of the bandsmen formed the sprnted Pep Band Under the d1rect1on of Mr Herbert Parrott band dtrector the group rehearsed m thetr spare tlme and offered therr talents for such events as basketball games and pep as sembl1es The mstrumentahsts also formed other small groups and prachced determrnedly for competl 'non 1n the annual D1str1ct and State Solo cmd Ensemble Festlvals There were 20 groups al together Wllh 39 students part1c1pat1ng etther as sololsts or 1n ensembles of from two to s1x members Thelr honor rat1ngs mcluded eleven Is elght ll s and one Ill qu1te an exceptlonal record Pep Band FHONT ROW Rrck Salkeld, Gary Pelton, Iohn Ntvelt SECOND HOW Stan Azello, Dan MCAI lzster, Debbze Cross, john Vega, Grcrgory Wtnter, Lmda Newton THIRD ROW Mrlce Newberry, Sue Hondo, Donna Leece, B111 Wrllrams, Paul McClam concert band .125 0 0 U 1 'f ' ' . . - ' -. , ?l'l1i'J'- 1 ' ' ' - "Wt 5 . . - . . .. t ' Lui - ffltlt - vt,:'-'fi 1 . " . I l ' fr' 'L-,Y 1 ' - N 'A zp' . 1 . N' l get ' Z -Q ,,, . -. -qv 5 U , :fy V, ,- . , 4 -, - T. - s 'L' A . . 1 H.. E I 1 ,V ' g Y Q ' l I 'wt we , I 1 ' I I I . I I . 1-3 1 1 lf" . 1 f r - .fm-T, , - Ax For the staff of the MARINER yearbook it has been a year full of obstacles. The first one was choosing this year's theme, "Peace on Earth," and then fitting all the parts of the MARINER to go along with it. Staff mem- bers telt that the theme was an important one, and went all out to express it on these pages. A second obstacle was meeting deadlines, and with a lot oi hard work, extra hours, and some determination on the part oi everybody, the work was finished on time for distribution. Meeting deadlines part Imixqmn 1 3 H6- wtt-? m.t.,l,.v:. t.!.a".:.i' i .,ttvft,,,,ti.,.t.r.ti ttk.ttt"t.tl'll-i Pat Howard seeks ideas for a cutline from fellow copy writers, Patti Hildreth, Renay Dillon, Liz Clark, Dianne Conibear, and Barbara Seling. Liz and Patti are co-editors of the copy stall. Iohn Beilfuss, Bob Morley, Leslie Williams, and Bill Park share the step-by-step process in the dark room in an to get pictures developed and printed in time lor cr d 91' L... ,-..m... of producing yearboo EDITORIAL STAFF Co-Editors-in-Chief . . Ioan Becker, Carol Lewis Copy Co-izlaitors ...... Liz Clark, Patti Hildreth Statf ...... Dianne Conibear, Renay Dillon Pat Howard, Barbara Seling Layout Editor ................ Keith Ricksgers Stoii . Lonnie Corkum, Marlene Ianlcowiak Bill Parker, Russ Ann Preston Photography Co-Editors ........ Iohn Beiltuss, Bob Morley Staff ............ Ioe Hadley, Bill Parker Filing Staff .............. Leslie Williams PRODUCTION STAFF Index ............... . . .Anna Capling Staff .... ................. M ary Mote Portraits . . . .................. Kathy Ryan Staff ....... Sue Danielsen, Karen Larive, Marcia Marcero Typing . .. .............. Cheryl Beaver Staff . .. Anna Capling, Mary Mote Paste-up ............Anclrea Hewitt, Kim Roy Patron Sales .................... Dave Lessel Yearbook Sales ............ . ...... Vicki Smith Staff ...... Donna Campbell, Pam Miller, Pam Risner,Cathie Scott "Don't you think it would look better it We put this book here and the letters back there?" asks Vicki Smith, sales manager. She and Dave Lesel, patrons manager, set up the display in the lobby to advertise the annual yearbook sales campaign. in B "Okay, you paste these pictures in place and l'll get to work on the next page," Andrea Hewitt tells Kim Hoy. The girls have the re- sponsibility ior pasting all the pictures and copy on the layouts for the yearbook. ,,,-- 4 if" Feel-f Q- "Maybe it would look better ii the headline cam.e out to the margin ot this page," layout editor Keith Hicksgers advises Buss Ann Preston. Marlene lankowiak and Lonnie Corkum check the contact prints search-ing tor the best one to use on their layouts. W 5' ' E V 1 V N 1 ' ei: - ' Ee . 'X fr tif, 1 A busy trio, Mary Mote checks names in the index tile for spelling so Anna Capling can correct the copy betore Cheryl Beaver types it up to be sent to the printer. ,.g ., V, , 'im y ,' - -3 Q e -editors Ioan Becker and Carol Lewis discuss plans frequent- Hl C0 ly with yearbook adviser Mrs. Marion Novess. Here they com- plete arrangements ior the MARINER sweater sale. K Kathy Ryan, student portrait editor, shows Karen Larive . " and Sue Danielsen how to use the cutter to trim studient por trai ts. yearbook staff Q127 Patrons The MARINER staff wishes to thank all of the following who contributed generously to our publication expenses. A and W 'Construction Mr. and Mrs. Gary Aohenbach Mrs. Roy J. Alexander Al's Waterford Hardware 5880 Dixie Highway Waterford, Michigan 48095 Anonymous Jaime V. Aragones, M.D, Mr. and Mrs. J. Atchison Mr. and Mrs, Warren Back Mr. Richard A. Blades Charlie's Barber Shop The Wilfred Cheokleys Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl W. Christie Mr. and Mrs, Arden Collier Rev. and Mrs. George H. Collins and Daughters Colony House Hair Fashions Compliments of a friend Mr. and Mrs George Conibear Jr, ' I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook Mrs. Fred Cope Mr. and Mrs, Loring Corkum Mr. Roy A. Corwin Mrs. Roy A. Corwin Crisp Mobil Service Russ Crowe Mrs. Richard Cryderman Mr, and Mrs. Don Curren Curt's Appliance Dalton Carpet Cleaners 671 Orchard Lake, 335-6181 Mrs. Ernest Danielsen Mr. and Mrs. Norbert M. Daul Mir. and Mlrs. James Delao Mr, and Mrs. Frank B. Dillon Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ballard Bud Ballard Sand and Gravel Mr. Michael Ballard Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Barker Bazley Meat Market Mr. and Mrs. Thad Beall lVlr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beam 4415 Sunburst Mr. Duane Beaver Joan Elizabeth Becker Mr. and Mrs, Robert Becker Miss Sandy Berridge betti-kit learnin center g 877 S. Adams, Birmingham, Mich. Mrs. Virginia L. Bislmer Boles and Sintermian, Inc. 508 N, Main Milford, Mich. Mr. and Mrs, Daniel D. Borwick Mr. and Mrs. John Bozek Brinker's Plumbing and Heating, 4686 Dixie Highway Drayton Plains, Mich. Phone 673-2121 Mr, and Mrs. Earl W. Bruske Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bucsko Bud's Party Store Mr. a.nd Mrs. David Burns Inc. Division Printing Dixie Floral 5233 Dixie Highway Drayton Plains, 623-0888 Drayton Heating and Cooling Drayton One Hour Mantinizing 4716 Walton Boulevard Drayton Plains, Michigan 674-0011 Drayton Plywood Company Elliot Upholstery Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Emerson Joel Englund Jimior Epley E, Pauline Evo Fabric Rak Mr. and Mrs. Richard Feldmann Mrs. Ethel Felton Mr. and Mrs. Ezra J. Fields Mr, and 1VIrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr, -and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gary's Boron Mr, and Mrs. Raymond F. Fleisher David A. Foran Robert G. Forster Fredericksen Gerald Eritz John Gadient Wayne Gallagher Service Station E. D. Geer Mrs, John R. Bury Mr. and Mrs. John C. Campbell Mr. and Mrs, Charles R. Capling Mrs. Isabel Capling Cecile's Gift Shop Paul R. Gibson, Jr. James B. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lee Graves Herbert S Greenbe D D S OR 3-3222? . . rg, , . . C Mr. and Mrs. Da.niel W. Greenwald and Family Mr. and Mrs. Glen Grimshaw Mrs, Anne H. Hadley Miss Margot G. Hadley Mr. William Haggerty Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Hall, Jr. Mrs, Charles Hanneman Mrs. Irene Hart Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harvey Hayden's Mobil Service Head's Barber Shop 5825 Andersonville Road "What are you doing to help?" ask Ioni Ialcel and Shelly Porter, winners ol the anti-pollution poster contest. M.r. and Mrs. D. Joseph Hearns Mr, and Mrs. E. Helier Miss Kathleen Hendry Mrs. Naomi Hewitt Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Hewitt Tom Higginbotham Roofing and Siding Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hill Clyde E. Hornung, Inc. 5899 Dixie Highway Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Howard Mr. Richard Humphrey Mr, and Mrs. James J. Hunt Immaculate Conception Guild Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ingram Irelan's Upholstery 3984 Seeden Drayton Plains, 673-6116 J. and J. Lawn Service 673-8923 "Jackie Rae" Dance Studio J ack's Barber Shop 6465 Williams Lake Road Jackson TV Mr. and Mrs. William Jacobson J erry's Clark Station - 'f 'A Lvl -. fir! .. -V I in , - WH ll Mr. lacques Perry really enjoys lhose alter-school bake sales. Jim's Hardware Mr, and Mrs. David E. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Peter Juba Judy's Fashions for the Young Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jurkiewicz A. G. Kampsen Kampsen Realty, Inc, Mr. and Mrs. H. Karwas "Fat" Keith's Collision 5475 Dixie Highway Waterford, Michigan H. W. Keith, 623-0717 Mr. and Mrs, G. Killeen Mr. Dale Kingsbury Mrs. Mildred M. Kingsbury Mr. Robert S. Kingsbury Mr, Edward L. Klinck Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Klinck Mrs. Russell E. Kline Mrs, M. E. Kohnke v-iz 1. i . at fi l fe- - 5 . 'fijq w-565.5 l eff: .tive-:Al . H is i , I H1 1 ,emit , , . U- 4. if . -1 it il 3"- .mx "Yu 3 5- --uv hooping it up for their team at the iaculty-ninth grade ousketlmf game are 1iss Kathleen Hendry, Mrs. Harriett Hollarth, Mrs. Carol Doeringer, Miss Sandy ierridge, Miss Linda Pieterzak, and Miss Carol Phelps. .ornplexl , , Mrs. Ethel Nicholas 4700 Dixie Highway The Nivelts I Head Sh0P Music for all occasions r. and Mrs. David R. LaFarre akecrest Baptist Church CWe1comes Youl 35 S. Airport Road, Pontiac akeland Barber Shop akeland Hardware akeland Pharmacy ob Lalone Well Drilling r. Richard Largent . ' er TV I r. and Mrs, Leo Laughlin I . and Mrs. Dale Leatch I r. and Mrs. D. Lee r, and Mrs. Fay R. Lessel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Lewis Mr. Robert A. Lewis, representing A 8: P Lights by City and Co. Mrs, Fred Liimatta Compliments of Senator L. Harvey Lodge Marcia E. Mmcero Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leo Marcero Mr. and Mrs. Brian Marchewka "'Lrs, Mary McKimmy 'r. and Mrs. Ronald McNeal - McRae ' Niead's Boron Service fr. and Mrs. Melahiorre ay Meyer Mrs. Howard Meyers Mfr. and Mrs, Edward W. Miller Miracle Mile Music Center Mr. Robert J. Morley Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Morris Jim Mote Orville Mullins Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mullins Mrs. Wendy Murmurian Mrs. Mary Myers Mr. and Mrs. Gary K, Nelson Phone: 674-2096 Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Novess, Jr. Old Mill Tavern Mr. and Mrs. William Parker Mr, William H. Parker Dr. and Mrs. Charles Patrick J , Ritchie Pattison Mr. and Mrs. George Peiffer Mrs, Pearl Peiffer Mr. Jacques E. Perry Suzanne Petersen Mr. K. R. Phillips Mrs, Susan Poole Mrs. William R. Pope ws. Cindy Potter Nliss Russ Ann Preston Mr. Russell Preston The George Puddys Ray Real Estate-Oakland Mr. and Mrs, D. M. Reddeman Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reed Pat Reid Mr. and Mrs. David Reschke Rex's Union "76" QU Haull Mr, and Mrs. George Ricksgers Mr. Walter T. Ritlaw Mr. and Mrs. Byron Robertoy Mr. and Mrs, R. Rogers Mfr. and Mrs. Gerard Roy Mr. and Mrs. Richard G, Roy Miss Karen Ruffato Bob and Karel Rush Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ryan Dick Ryan's Barber Shop Mr. and Mrs, David St. Amour Mr. and Mrs. William Sarver Mr. Joseph E. Saul Mr, and Mrs. E. A. Saulnier Mr. and Mrs. John Saum Schultz Electrical, Inc. 2181 Willot Road Pontiac, Michigan 48057 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schwab Barbara J, Scott James G. Scott Mr. and Mrs. James G. Scott Mr, and Mrs. Robert W. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Russell See John Seling, Jr. Seling's Boat Harbor Mr. Santiago Serna Shifman's Mens Wear Mr. and Mrs, Richard H. Skellenger Howard Skerratt, State Farm Insurance Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Sowden Motor Sales Freeman and Norma Smalions Dr. a.nd Mrs. A, J. Stepanski Kim M. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Stewart Miss Margaret Stoner Mrs. Marlene Struble Mir. and Mrs. Joel Sullivan Mr. Gerald Sumner Mrs. Eugene Sutphen Mr. and Mrs. David Swails Mr. and Mrs. John Swails Mr, and Mrs. William O.' Swails Miss Prudence Taylor Tenuta's Food Mart Times Realty 5890 Dixie Highway, Waterford Joseph Tersini, Realtor, 623-0600 Joe Tomasino Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Vaillancouvt Mr. and Mrs. William Van Hatten Peter and Pati Vidlund Mr. and Mrs, Robert H. Vidlund W. M. R. Investment Co. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Wagner Miss Barbara Wallace Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Warnock Waterford Education Association Waterford Fire Department Waterford Fuel and Supply 3943 Airport Road C. Weedon Construction Co, 1032 West Huron Street, Pontiac Willo Studio Mrs. W. Work Wrigley Food Stores Mr. and Mrs. William J, Yates Nadene Yovanovich Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Zuelch As a coach, Mr. Donald Castle should know he can't sneak across the in' bounds line to get the ball. But then, maybe things are different in the fac- ulty-ninth grade basketball game. l 4' if I lvl as I X , . ,., , L -efgfriaq it .... . , to Index Barnhlll. Carla 33,114 Barnlcz. Clntly 67 Bzlrnler. jo Ann 67 Barnum. Kathleen -19.63 Barrager. llm -19 Best. Larry 49,101 lsnyme, John as Beycuc. Judy 67 Blanco. Dorllnn 49 numb. snnucy 33 'A Abute. cnnrles 32 Abenre, Larry 48 Abezxre. Mary 48.101 Abrallnln, Louls 95 Adams. Deborah -1B ADMINISTRATION 1-1.15 Alcllv, Ken 66 Alello. srnn -18.12-1,125 Almxma, Lisa -18 Albertson. Paul 66.86.101 Angel. Albright. Dana 66 Alu.-ea, cn.-1-y 27.412 Aldrlcll, Greg -lB Allzxmlltler. Cindy 22.32.122 Alexander. Debbie 32,101,122 Alexnnaer, handy Jnnnrs an Alexander. Mt, Roy 14 Alford. Mark 116 A11srl. Sharon 32 Allard. 1luKh -18 Aunn. Mr. Dale 26,121 Allen. Debl 32,11z,11:x,114 Allen, Denlse eo Aunn, Glenn sz,-ls Allen. Kln. 48 Allen, Paul 23.-18.124 Anlnnn, jlnl 48 Ambs, Todd 66.121 Amadure. Frank 66 Amen, Mr. James 15,102,103 Anderson. Brian 32 Anderson. Anderson, Cindy 66.7-1.101 Anderson, Karen 32. 104, 105 Anne.-son. Larry 48 Anderson, Mike 45.86.101 Anderson. Mlkc -19.91.97 Anderson Patil 32.105 Bula 32 Bundy, Ton. 07 Boomer. Kay -W, 101.12-1 Booth. Carol ll3 Booth. Pam 33 Booth. Steve -19 nnrflnfs, Jann 1.1 mmf. Craig -lv sms. Knxhy nv Buurgoync. jackie 49 Bowes, jen 66.67 llowker. Auclrcy u7 Bowkcr. Karen -19 Bowles. 13111 -10.57 Bowles. Carol 67 BOWLING LEAGUE 120.121 l1oys:c,jm:k 3:1 lluyw. Sue 49 nnyu, luck 49 unylnn, Pnulc su lluylan. Terri 33.113 Boyle. B111 2ll.flfl lllclll. Frank 18.33.-111.102 nlgnlnw, Tnnlnli 49 nlggs. Rick nv lslglnr. Nancy 67 Blume. 'rnrl 49,110,111 nuyen. Pnn. -19 Bircll. crnlg as un-nl.. Tina -19,101 lllsllo Dennis 33 P. B1nll0S. B111 67 Blades. Joanne 33. 102 Bluvlns. loyce 33.115 lllmlgen. 11... 49 lllouln. Clndy -19,67 ulonln, Pnny 67 Blum. Dnvc 33,100,101 alum. lzolnn 49,101 Blusr. Ala.-gin 49 Blylhc, S teve 33, 34. 92 Bodolrl. Mrs. jnnlce 23 Bolcy. Mlke 67 Ilolliln. Nlaz ie -19 101 Cllrlstlnn 22. 32,101,105 Anzures, Adon 66.69.101 Anzurcs. Yolanda 32 Applln. Llndn 32.34.101 Athuckle. Elrnd 66,97 Armstrong. Bob 32 . Armstrong. Charles 66 Armstrong. Mlke 49 Arnold. Ed -19 Arnold. Sue 66 ART CLUB 106,107 Ash, ynnene 67 Ash. smnlny 32 Ashby. Knrhy 32 Av.klnS. Debble 67, 73 Atkins. Ken 67. '97 Anger. M.-. john 17.18 Austln, Steve 67 . B . Bnude. Lz1Dawn 49 Baba. Klm 67 Bacon. Dennis -19 Bozck. Krlss SU urnfrnn. lid 1.1 lmnlrnnl. Jim .sl Brasil: ' 11611 67 5. Bradley. Deln 311.105 llruclluy. Llndn SU Bradsllaw. Dllynn 33.101 u.-ngg. Make 'J:l.ss.a-1.95.1111 lirnnmn, cnr-1.1 ov llramsn Mar 22 213, 112, 113, 12-1 . y -, Bramleu, Greg 07 rlrnnson, mlflmle nl urnner, lwlnry my 33 Braucr. Sul: 511 nl-nuller, unselnnl-y ox Brnuher, Shercu 50 urwllng, snny as Bridges, ll.-cnun 33,114 Bridges. E11 68 arm. nnnay an BrDaK1wnlQ1', Klln 34 llrotllu. Mol! 68.86.97 Brodie. Srcvc 511.97 Brooks, Gurdon 50,86 Brooks. jay.. 3-1 lll'00ksl1cnl'. 1":1n1 615 Brown, Burl: 50 Brown. Dull SD Brown. 111:12 63 llrown. Carrllunnu SU. 101. 116 lsrnn-n, Grusur ll-1.113 Brown, 1-Iclun SU urn.-.n, jeff 50,97 Brown. Alnry 34 Brown. Steve 3-l Brnwllcll. Susan 68 Bruce. Charles 3-1 Bruce. lllrrl 34.11-l Brush. Geno 50 nrnsl.. jean so srnske. crnlg so Bruskc. Scot: 34 ls.-ynn. Bryan. lnnc. su Randy so Bxlcholz. john 68 Buckles. Shnrnn 50 Bacon. Donald 67 Baler. Tom -19,97 nnuey. Gail Lee 67 nnuey. Greg 32.8-5.5.9-1,95 lialn. David 67 llaln, Lotl 49 Baker. Kevln 67 linker. Rnnem 49,101 Baker. Ronnie 67 Ballard. Lynn 119 Ballktl. 13111 18. 33.95. 120. 112. 123 l3un.kS. Kevin 67.90.91 Blanks. Sue 67 Barunoskl. Donna 33,101 Burger. jeff 33 Barker. Brenda 67 Barker. Dave 49.87 Barnard. Teresa 67 llarneli. Bob -19 Burnett. Sandra -57 After sitting through cz movie in gym class and missing daily exercises, SCO-It Scrlley and Mike Merrill trot to the resource cen- ter with the AVV cart io make up for ii. llucldill. Russell 68.73 Buermer. Karen 34,-17,114,122 Buhl, Cmhy 63 Bujel, Ellzabelh 50 unnnesnn. Sandy sa Bur-gdnrl, Cheryl 3-1,115 Burgdorf. john 50 Burger. Illchnrll 50 Burgwald. Ll:-sn 615 Burke. lllck 51.86 Burket. Rick 68 Burling. Bryan 31.87 Burmclsrcr. Dehhlc 51.68.12-I Burmeisrer. Sandra 68 Burneu, Dave 68 Bums. Lorl 3-l.101,l0S. 120.122, 123 Burnside. Dcbhlc 68 llarrull. Luster 67.715 nn.-ry. Mnnl... .13 llarrcnbakcr. Daniel 67 BASEBALL 92.911 BASKETBALL . NINTII GRADE 88.89 llASKli'1'llAL1.. SEVENTII. ElGllTl1 GRADE 90,91 Hass. Lorell lll1.92.'TLl llstenlall. Tom 113 Bates. Dcnlsc 22, 513,118.12-I Hates, Ksvln 49.92.93 nan. Terry 67 Barr, Valerie 33 Barren. Dennis -19,12-1 uannr. .nun 49.16.97 unnmgnn. Dlerer alan Beach, Mlkv: -19 lleal.. Sieve 33,122,123 ' S . Bolton. Delores 33.11-l Bundy. Dlana 33.102 llnmnlne. John 3-1.81 llurrlll. Steve M llurrlll. '1'llDrnsn E115 Burr. Dennis 68 llurl. jeff Sl llurwn, llunuc S1 lxurzyck. Mrs, Anne 2s . Ll . unnnpc, uw. 51,12-l Cnlcln-ull. Val 51 Calvne. Jim 68 Camphull. Andrew 3-1 unrnpllell, cnarlnnn il Camnlzcll, Donna 3-1. 126 Q-.,. - .,. unmnnnll, ll... 51 1:n.nnunll, lcnmy il 1:n.n..l.Qll. 114-lllnsn il cn.n..1..:xl. mlulwllc 34 cnnlnlwll, scan 34 um...-lunll, sllnm as 1:nn...l.nll vim 34 unpllng. Annu 34l.1Il2.1'l5, 120.127 Beam. Fred 49 Beauclmnxp. Kllrl 67 Beaver. Cheryl 33. 115.126, 127 Beck. Paul 33,122,123 Becker, lnnn 33,126,127 Becker, Sue 67 llellfuss, john 33. 109.12-1,126 Llelisle. loe -19 nnllsle, Larry 67 Dell. Bob 67 neu, lnnnren.. lo lsellaafs. George as u..11n..:, sunny as Bellows, Dlxn 67 llennelt. Bob 67 llenneu. Mlke 33 Llennetl. Richard 33.95.122 licrnrd, Bruce 67 Berurd. Robert 49 llerllen, 1111.1 67 Berg, nunnle 67 Berg, Mary -19,101,124 uergun.nnn, Amy 33,-l1 Berridgc. M155 Sandy 2-1.129 Berryman, Lori 49.33 Best. Dannette 67 Best. Duane 67.97 Cnppcll, Kcvln Il-1 un..-y, lmn.. 31,111 ann... slow sl, sn Lklrlu. Suv 3-1. 1110, 113, llnl Cnrnlun. Iloxan 63 Cilrrlcr. Chris 35. 105.115 cnrrlnr, Lian 51 Carter. David 35.8-1,92 cnm-r. urng 17.65 Cnrlcr, jennifer S1 rznnlncl, Alf. lanben 2u,s-1,155,157 Cnxllv, Alt. Donald l9,2U,lSl1,1'i7,S1i El-1. 120 Cnnmr. Klm 35 Llnswull. Fran 113.122 unnnlnll, Al.-5. ,lnny 17 Lfnltcll. Mlke 51.87.1111 Cavzlllcr. Cll.11'c'mIe .l5.92.'I.l llnvcmlur. Steve 51. 36.97 Caverly. Kathy il Lfnvcs. Mr. Lewis 66 Lfllmllllcll. Alan 51 rznnurnu, David as lfllixkroff. 53161151 rd 51 lllllllxllllill LIll0lll 122,123 1:l.nn.lw.-5, smvn 35, 1113.116 cllnlnllur. 1111 as Cllartcr. Lorrnlni: 35,115 cnnfklny, Ann ns lihccklcy, lcnmy as, 103, 113. ll-l ClI1ilil1LEADliRS 1111, 111 Clllcsa. Cheri 68 ulnenn, un.-y 15 Llllulcr, Mlcllnul :ll Lzllrlnnw., Sharon il Llllrlsr. Xen 51 nfl..-mln, jun' na Christie, joann 35 Clculvclli. MIS. Ilurhnra 25,ll11fu.1U7 cmpuam, Don 51 clark, Liz 115,120 cmk. ms. Numa z1,2o clasman, nun 35.123 1:15-Mr, sqm s1,91,101 cnrwn, nun 5x,91.-av mms, 1511 an Mr. Hef- czofrcy, cmffvy, cmuy, crown. Uarbl 65 Diane 51,110,111 lennuttc SI yaquse si Unllnnl, Lee 35 Collard, Mark S!,S7,9U,'Jl Colllur, Lmdn 35 Collins, name as Gulllns. ummm il mums, john ms,s1 Unlllns, Much 33,103 comms, sue sn,s1,1oo,1nx,1w,111 ummm. xamy as mmms, candy ms Camus, Par :ss Combs, Andy 51 cumpnmm. Larry 51 KIUNCERT BAND 12-1.125 Condon. Lfnnlbca Cunkle, Andy :ss r, Dmnnu 35,126 'rnomns xi Connor, Karen 025 comm, Kathy rss Connor. Marianne 51 Cook ISIITI DH V, 51 cook, Yzmgcls as cooper, Joni Bl mzm.-per. Patty ns 'Give if Q little more oomphlu er! Parrott directs trumpelers eece and Gary Felton. Donna Davidson, Ullucl. 52 lJnviS. Bch 52, S7 Davin, Brian 52 Davis, Clndy 52 Davis, Gwen S2 Davis, Fxlurlndn 52 Davis. Munlm 35 Davis, Kuh Q35 mum-, nanny w Dmlker, jeff 52,l1!5 DuLung, mm w Dumr-en. candy sz mmm, name av llumpsler, llhcrlc 35,ll5, X12 Dunenu, Vmcenr 69 Uunnis. Carrie 52 Dunnls, Huxannu 35 Dunoycr, Dave 09,101 Duo, DCDIIKC 35, 47 DrPappa. 'rhurvsn so Dclkoussc. Craig 66,70 Dulkuwski, Sherri 52 Denman, Lucy as DuVaugh. Duvu 36,84 DUVHQ, Mark 70 DCViKO, Kurbl SZ Dewar, Kris 70 DQWHL, Lisa 52 Dick. Heidi 52.113 Dllkcgghlo, Mr, jalin 23,23 Dillon, Ronny 30, 114,126 mon, Kamy 70 Dixon. Pal 3-1,36 Dobbins, Unit: 7D Dockham, Mr. Michael 29 Doeringcr. Nu-S. Carol 20,129 Dannngucz, Melo 52 Domke, mmm 70 Dmlthitt, Bill 36 Downs. Brian 32 Dmyon, lane: 36.111317-4 nuyon. sun sz DRAMA CLUB IU-I , 105 Drundnll. Dawn .IO uupu, L35-mm., 35 nzuymlana, Greg as mpgs, jun os a:opu,, Russell as Ciorkxlm, Llmnlc 35. 126,127 Llurkum, Slmrlcnc 35.101 Gerry. luck 51,sn cor,-ml, sm: no Llossclmnn. Mitchel! 51.513 Lfuuglllin, Karen 39.114 Lluuuxrc. Mike 59 Couture, RICK 35 Coulurlcf, Mlks: 09 crown, Vicky in cu,-lu, Larry Sl ura-Jacek, mzumny 69 Liralndall. Pnulu bv Craven. Mr, Rick Cb Lfrcmcr. Dahl H5 nu-nas. sum-yu 51,12-x monk, Bryan 19.35 CITJSS. Audie 35 Cross, Dehlnic 51.12-1,125 Cross, Klzn 69 nn-mlwrs, Cheryl .ss umwxuy, Anne nv Cruwluy, Mrs. uuwrly 132 Crowley, Brian 51,5607 Crowley, Knrcn 419,74 llmrcllfxcld. Chilly :nl Crydcrman. Dave 611,69 Lzryuwnnn. cf.-ruon S2 Crystal. jackie 35.71, ll-X Cullcns. Rllrllnrll 119,101 Cunls, Denise 52 Liumjar, Lawrence N? . D . Dnndc. Harb S2 Duniehcn, Suu 15,126,127 Darling. Daryl 60,97 Dnrllng, Ilm 32. lUl Darling, Tim 3186.124 Dnuglncny, my 51,91 David, Li:-11 Q19 Driller. Mrs. lleYcn 2-J nruum. Lnynu 10,81 Dubrlr, Turn my 52 Duprcy, james 70.97 UuVall. Denise 52 Dwurin, jeff 52 . E . linzihzy, MC-Wk 52.86.37 litmierling. AHCL: 36 liaton. Jeff vu Ebersvlc. MISS Brenda 19 lickles, Dean 36 Edwards. Cindy 70 Edwards, Kevin 52,12-1,125 Edwards, Marilyn 36,124 Edwards, Pam E2 Edwards. Terry 52 E iclllnan . Elsa-le. Fred 36 Elnm. Bob 52.87, 91. 97 Ellis. Johnny 52 uzmy. Dulllsc 5ZE1:it0n Elsron. Jeff 36 Elwvll, MIS. Donna 17 lilwell. Forest 36 Emery. P1312 36 Engler, Erh: 70 Englcr, Heidi 52 Emmerson, Dave 36 Enpcrsun. Marvin 52 zsspm zu, Beckl SZ Eszleman, Pam 70 Efuemsn, Sandy ae, 102 Evans. Cathy 35,122 Evans, Kathy 70.110 livans, Rohr.-rl 7U lm-ans, 'rcny sz Evans. Zrmdrn 52.57 H'-'cx'Ell. Dlkhhic 70 livercu, pcm 52, xo Iivurau, Mark 711 Iiveruu, Slave lib Ewing. Doug 3n,a4,as,-as . F . Fagan. Ilick vu Fair. H019 32 Fungal. Nm-In 70.101 lfungcl, Km! 36,114 lfurnum, Russell 70 Gm-as. mug 521 Fnsl. llcv 52 Fntur, Sandi 70,7-1,10U, Hll 113 Fullcill, Hnbcrlo 132 lfelnx, Mary Ann sz veumy, Davlu 27, sz Fefgmm... Mm. cum z2,n2,113 lfmus, nun men,-71 mms, xxmmey 17.10 Farms. David sz raghmmsmr. Curtis ac. Fllku. Filkn. Ann 36, ll3,1l5 Dcllhlc 52 Findlay, lllll 36 Findlay, Dale 70 Finn, Mickey -15,121 Finn. Sherry 70 Fisk, Dennis 3lv,88,lU1 Flsk, jc!! 70,90 Flrzhcnry. Gary 52.86 Fltlpntrlck, Chris 51 Fllzpntrick, jlm 70 Firzpasrick, 'nm as mm, Glenda 52 Flelshcr, Cheryl sa Fleming. pm sz mumang. jim sz rflemmg. num sz Fletcluzr. jackie vo Vnun, mis, new my 24 Fugglfmu, Rlck 311,114 lfullis . Follz, Rubin 52,1110 jun TU, 71,90 I-'ou'nzA1.1.. NlNl'II mumxz was Ifoo'rnAz,1.. s1zv15N1'1 , 9 1 GRAIJIS sm,x7 mm-swf. mnnw .xa lfmer. lzccky an rfosmf, Cynlhin m Mr. Gerald 26, 56, 92 I I ll1i'l'Il Student teacher, Miss Susan Walsh, lis- tens to Debbie Zuehlke explain the scene she created io illustrate her folk tale, "The Three Wishes." Posner. 'Hin 23,315 Foulltainvv lid 52 lfcuutninc, Irulle 116 Foununnc, joey 7U Fuulllninu, Tlllzlnm 36 Fuurn, Mrs. Grace '28 Vuurnlcr, Cixrul 36, 104, 105, lla lfuyhl. Cwlleun 53 Fl'all:y, Kchll 36 F1-amy. umm .m Francis. Pal 53 Frank. ,fuck 10.197 Frank:-, Dennis 87 ranks, Eugene 70,87 ramz. Kallmy 513 H1-mer, my 53 Frcslcliask, Bill 70 Frcdcrmkseu, Rum: 7D I-1-can-racxsen, sum-yl vu Frcllclm, Mr. limil 29 lfreunlnn. Mr. Davin 15,22 Frcuman. Mary 70 Frccnmn. Paula Sli Frllumrm. llubin .lb Frunlrll. Kevin 70 French. Ruth Chr, 102, 104, 105. l24 Frtck. Dunn 70,101 Friuk, Dchhlu .iu,lH Ifrick, vxcuy sa Frilz, Mark 53,124,125 Fritz, Slavs 31132 lfrizzle, Dave 70 In-ulmg, Karl 7n,sf,,-sn lf,-ming. Mary 10 s:x,m1 Fry, llrad 70 Fry. Paul .sn Fulkukrsun. Richard 53.124 Fume.-son. Ruger 141,90 vuxmcr, lwggy 50.122 Furmun. Stn! J7 lr gr , G . finddis, HL-Lty 71 uzmum, Mr sa Gnddls, Ron 37 Gallagher. Mr 71 Gnrlzovlw, Uuhhlc 5.3 Gnx'b0vils. Slmroll .!7,lL!1I Gdfria, Arllhll' 53 wma, juAnn 71 Gardiner. Sandy S.3,7I Garret, Billy 54.116 Garret. lluszy 71 Garrison. Debbie 37, llll, lb can-mm, james 71 mrrlsun, Tarnmy 54 Oilrlrn, M020 54 Limos, Kathy 71 Gnuli. Cllrls 37 Gaullllcr, Snmly 7l,1ClLI,1lll Gemucr, Mr, ,luck 60,97 Gclmw, cmfmvy S4 Cong, Dale 3-l,37,105 uaurge. johnny 37, 103, xzu Guy. mm 71 Gibbs. Uubble 54.64 ruxmn. Jann 5-1 Uihsnn, Paul 71.101 GKl1son, Ron 37 Cldcumh. Dennis 37 naming., john 71 Glddis, ROUGH 71 rnrrum, Ilcldxy 54 Gllcrf, 'Furl H75 Gllus. Vim 37,105 Gisric, Mark 3I,9l,llh Guhlcr. I'-unnld 54 Guurrq-, ulmux S-x Gudschalk, 'Furry .W Guang, Mrs. joan 29 uuxmng, mm 54 Uuunhun, Duxmls .32,.!7,S-J Gvrman, Lori 71 Uurmly. .Kuff 1H,.i7,8-1.92 GUAIIUK, Ruud 117,95 sown, sm'-lcv 71 Goyette, Mrs. Olivia 27 Graf. Darlene 54 Graf, Gary 37 index 131 Tne schedule board helps Mr. William Hag- gerty and Mrs. Beverly Crowley cis arrange classes for new students. Graf. Mn :lone 5-I. 71 Grunrurs. sncplmme 54,100,101 Graugond. Bennie 71 Grunt, Cindy 37 Granz.GlarIa 71 Grnunsnanlr, Ross 71 Gruvellu, Ritchie 37,87 Green. George 54,97 Gwen, num 37 Green. Sheri 37 Green. Teresa 37,71. 1111 GJTUEHC. Cvnnlc 71 Greenwald. Randy 71 Greer, Jerry 54 Gtcnnicr, Loren 71 Grcnnlcr. Marty 37 cresehuver, 'rom 5-1 Griffith. Arlln 54,134 Crllflth, Karan 5-I Gtlx, Uhrislllm 71 Grlx. Kulhy 37 crux. Mary 37 Grout, Brian 37 Grogan. Terry 71 Gmndzlak. Duane 54.86.9637 Grulh, Marlene 54 Gmmley, Dan 54 Gruno. Pam 37,114 cuban, Gerry 71 Guzak, David 71 cwxnn, Dan 71,7-1,101 GYM ASSISTANTS 112,113 GYMNASTICS CLUB 112.113 Hadley, jul: 37.101, 109, 116.1311 Ilngnman, Vlcki 37 Hagcnmm. jxm 71 Haggerty, Mr. William 132 Ilnknln. Dlune 37 llnkzlln, Darlene 54 llnkula, Mrs, Mnry 1.01. zs Illlle, Darrel 72 Ilnlcy. Mr. Edward 211,8r3,H7 Iluluy. Mrs. Mary 114,115 Ilull, nanny 72 Hull, Hux' 5-I Hall. Dub 3-I Hall. Duhhlc 37,71 llnll l:l'r:dn S17 Hall, Kmlwrinu 54.1l6 Hall, Rvllbln 5-l.llh Ilnmll, Clndy 38,1111 Ilumllmn. joe 54 llnrnlltml, Lillllzl 5-I, 1121. 12-I mmmqn. omg sum llnmpwn, Mr. Phlhp NI. I4 Hancock, Miclwlle 'IZ lsmwuuk, swpmmle 54 Iluncwackcr, jncklu 54 Ilnucy, Pam 72,101 In-nay, Russ 5-n.rs7,w1 llunuy, Vnrn sa Hsnklnrl, Clndy 38 Ilnnklns, Lisa 72 Ilnnklns. Scolx 34 Hanley. jmnes 5-I llunqgrzwus. nm-1 :na 111-rringnm-, DL-.mm 5-A 11:-rrmgwn. Kun :ss Ilurrlr-, Lliluly SJ, HU, ll l, I lil, I24 lmms, Liryslnl vu, IUI Ilzwrmln, lloluruei sa lln1'l'0Hu. jufl' 115 llnrl. .num 54 llnrzlnml, slmmn 72 llurnlzlml. Thu 54.80 Ilusllpy umneuu 72 lmsllp, Kim 72 blaming, Vnulu 54 Ilnttllur. Urug lH.35,H-1315, IIN Ilnllluhl. Kintlulnl IDS lluusmun, Saou 5-huh Ilnwkins. Uilrlmru 5-I Ilnwkhls, Lindu 55 llnwluy, Mrs. Grilcu 20 unyuun. Glunn :as lla,-dun, Lurrnlna is llayus, Luma 72 Ilcnly. Hill 21,55,B7,97,Il9 nunly, ,Im-at 12 llunrn, Shawn 38 lluifurorl, Mr. Iluruld Z9 lrurffr-m, Wayne ss Hafner, jim :us llunwr, ,mu ss llulkll. Kimberly 72 132 index they Helms, xzumn as Helms, sandy ss llama, rum :za uempnm. Dawn as Hendry, Mlss Knlllhzun lH,2S, 120. 121,129 llenry. mum ss Ilcnsnn, rumen 72 nmnsan, unmet :ss nmphurn, Ln as rm-kewl, Nathan as nncrnanuuz, xnmmn sa nxumnuuz, ram 12,140 nun-on, Curr 72 ncswr, Dave ss Hewitt, Amlrun 33.115, 126,127 Hcym. mn in umkman, 'rruue ss ranggxnmmmn, Dun as nuggmmuum, mu as Hlgginbnnom, Mark 72 num-mn, Patti ,as.12n xmger. Dennis 72 mu, cnmlcs as llili. I-lully 50,55 xml. Rohm 72 mu, slew 72 Hill. Wayne 38 mason. nuke 72.-11 uxvscu. Brucu 72 Hirsch, gurfury as Hitchcock, David 72.56.101 Hitchcock. Kathy 35.-42. 122 Hockey. Hockey. Hockey. nudge. mage, cm-y as Lnrxy as 11.155911 72 Dave 35 Erambmxu 72 nudge. Gary 71.72.-90.97 nuuxcr, Paul 72 nearer. ms. umm no lloffunh, ms. fznrfreu 17,129 Hogan, Kully aa Hugan, Mme 17,72 lmfan, xvnmma 72 lmxlsnzln, mes vz Plullaml, Jul-n 72,101 uulxuwny, nm 72 Holloway, una 38,115 Holmes, mug 72 Hopkins, James 55,12-I num, cheryl as rmnfm, Loma as Hamm, Tammy 72 Hman. 'rm-L ss.-1s,1us uosler, make 11,12 Hamer, Lands ss 1-muck, Dale as muck, Gnr 55 lmuswn. Kyle :sa uuuswn, Marx s5,s1 musmn, Shawn 72 Huwaru, Pat 3s,:x9, 101, 126 Howard, Theresa 55.120 Howe. umm as Howe, Rick 72 Howu, Vlcky rss Hoyt, R Ick 55 Hrynyck- Mike 55,811 Huddlesmn, Dun 35 Hudson, Tom 72 Huffman, Diane 56, 6-1, 122,124 Hundley, Larry 72 Hunl. Keith 72 Hunter, Leslie 56 Hunter. Tim 72 Hum-au, jun as I-msbnna. Karen 36,113,114 Hutchings, Ron 72 Hutchinson. Cnlhy 38.114 Hummnsun. nm as Hurchlnsun. PM 55 . I . lrelan, Dunnis JB Irwin, Rlck 72 Isbell, Dave 56,86 Ish, Terri 38 lsles. Cindl 38 ,J . Jackson, jnlln mas jaxcklyn, Ron 56.86 Jacobson, Dan sa jakel, juni 34.38. 12z,12a Jakomwsku, Karen 312,192 yakumwski. Nancy 72 James. Andy 56437. 97.12-1 james. Anneue 56,12-I James. mark 32.39.84 12-I jankowiak. Marlene 39, Jansen, jauzz, C Jnmz, n Jenkins. Jenkins, yenknns. Frank 73 hrisxlnc 39 on S6 Debbie 39.56 Lee 139 Steve 73.101 jemnngs. Debbie 19 39,115 Juckwlg. Lame so ' Johns, sue an johnson. johnson, Johnson. Berylunn 39 Bruce 56,97 Gurus 39,a4,122,92 johnson. Mrs. Ester 28,29 johnson. Mass Fran 27 johnson, jack 39,5-1. 92 Jolmsun, june 39,1141 johnson, Luc 39,114 lormhon, many so jnhnson. Merle 39,122 johnson, my,-u 39,71,1uz, ms, 113. 120 jones. Carlecn S6 jones. Dave 72 jones, L ,url 69. 73 lanes. Tuna so pmxan, Dchhlc 73 jordan. Rick 32, 39, S4 Jvysey. juzwirzk. .X. Kim so mrs. Mnryjcan 2l Knlfayan. john 56 ,as, 11.11, uv, 114,126,127 Kaus. 1.51-ry 39 Kampsen, Janice 73 Ksmslckns, Mary L. 73 Kane. Mary S6 Karbglnsky, Chuck 73 Knrbginsky. john 39.102, 10-1,1 Karrigan. joe 73 Karchku. Ive 39.114 Kurip. Sue 39,114 Kaufman. Val 39,101 xuznkos, Debi 39, 102. 103,105 Kazskos, Derek 71,114 xemng. m-Duke 39,101,102 Keech . Kelscrf aux 73 Sandy ss Kean, Jeff 39 Kelley. Bob 73 muy. cuueen 73 Kellv. Michael 73 xesif-lung. Danny 73 xml, Mr. Paul Z9 Kerr. A Irs. Mnriurle 29 Key. Debby sn xmwcu, uw 39 xnduw. amy -m 16,120,122 KLhIow. , 1 Rodger vs Kimble. Frank 73 H. 12-I Kimlcr. Dave 73 Kingsbury, Rnbert -MJ Kirk. Mary -10 Kirklin, Dennis -ID Kirklin. Steven 73 Kirkpatrick, Kevin 40 Kirkpnmck, mm 73 dent, challenges Tom Sowerwine, h1 Roberto Felicia, Brazilian exchange stu c American brother, to Q game of pin- pong, one of Hobertds favorite pas times. .5 l nk. UT, '9 .Y YN, , Klaus. Pnul 56 Klein. Tom -ID Kline. lim -LD Kllne. Karen 40 Knlffel. Sue -lS.5S,56 Kojlnm. Holly 56,57,l10,111 Koop. Kathie 40.11-1 Karen, Denise 410 Kousak. Mo 73 Kramer, Mr. jnseph 16 Krnuse, Donald 40 xmg, Deborah so Kruchko. jack so Kruger. Bryan 56 Kruger. Kim 74 Krywku. Mark -10,104,105 Kuck, Kathle 56.124 Kuecllle, Mr. Douglas 15 Kulesza, Karen 74 Kuleszn, Steve 40,95 Kulinski, Mrs. Judy 2-1 Kunkle. Carolyn 56 Kunkle, Nancy 74 Kunkle, Ruben -F0 Kunman. Randy 56 Kurznmn. Mr. Stanley w. 14 Kuttkuhn, Cheri 40.122 Kwaplbi. Gary 86,101 v L . Lnnnsch, jeff 56 Ladd, Doug so Ladd, Rnd -10,88 Lufnear. Vlcki -10 Laliounruin, nod 50,114 LuLune, Donna 7-I Ln.Lunc, Randy 56 Lampkln, Mt. Paul 17,120,121 Lance, Danny so Land, many 'H Landry. Michael A. 56 Lane. Cleo 40 Lane, Sherrie -10 Lane, Tom 27.56 Lang. Rubin 7-5 Lange. Chuck so Lnrgnnz. Cindy ss Largcnt, Mrs. Cleta 20.28 Lnrgcm. Curr 40 Lnrive, Karen -10, 1211, 127 Lnrm. Carl -10 1.:1wm:1s1c Lsxrm, Darrell 74 Lnrr, P111 -10 Larsen, 11.-mn 74 Larsen, 1vn,nn 56 Lnrxcy, hnkn 73,7-1 Lnwn. pn. n 56 Lnren, sw... 74,101 1.nTnrnnnn. Tun. -10.511 1.nv..1e, Chuck se. r, Klm 7-1 Lnxvrellce, Mrs. Addle 2h Lawrence. Dave 7-1 Lawrence. Patil 56.101 Lawrence, Mrs, 11111.11 29 Lzxwmn. L111 56 Lnwmn, LuAnn 7-I Leach, Ilrock 7-1,101 Lnnrh, Sherri 57 Lcatch, Debbie 7-I Lcclnir, Randy 57 Lecours, Bah 57,8631 Lecours, Marie S7 Lee, Kevln 7-1,86 Lee. Robert 57 Lemaster. Laurie 57 Lecce, DUI1l1n -IU, 115.12-1.125.111 Lclblcr, Rick -10. 120,123 Lam raster Lemastcr . Carol 7-I , Ilcil' 74 Lemasrer. Tim 40, S4 7-1 Le11n.n1e. Lesne Lenrnns. Rod 40 Leng,-Q1. Charles 57,1111 Lnnnnr, 1101 57,101 Lennox. Glen 74 Lqnnnsry. ynnxre -117 Lesh, anne 4u,1uo,1u1,102 Lesh, smvn 711 Lczisel, Dnve -10,1211 Lewls, cnrnx -111.111, 1211, 127 Lr-wha, u1...1y 74 Mariner. Lynn 53.511 Marlon. Scan 75 Mnrmnm. unch. ss Mn.-xhnn.. 111-2. 10,-.re 28 Mar1.l1:1m. Murkhnm, any 75. an. 101 R011 41 nlnrnney. L1n.1n 75 Maranuy. Rick -I1 Marsh. Len 75,101 Marsh. M1cl1c1e 75 h1nrsh:1.I.1, john 75 11nrrh.111. Nnney ss Marsxun, Bill 55 Martin, Harb 521 Mnrlill, Debbie 113 Marlin, D1:r111is 315 Marxln. Michele 58,71 Martindale, I1Oh -11.3-1,115,118 Mnrllncz. 11111 75,8L1,9l1,l37 Martlnscvn. 11011 75 Marllnsun, Dorlnda 58 Ma1'c111non, Sue -11 Mnrvln, Klm 74,75 M:1sx:I1. David 75 mnrnn, Karen 73 Mnnon. Kevin 58,97 Mason, L arry 41 Mason. Pat 58 Mason. Paul 75,97 Mnssle. Kay as Mnnhcu-s, Brian 75 Mnuhews Gro' 58 Mnrtocn , 1. , Dnvin 41,11-1 Mny. 11111 75 Mny. 1:p.f11 -11 Mayne. Tnrn -11.121 MCA111slur. Dim 56, IUI1, 12-1.125 h1c1:nrr1ck,-Lnrry 24.75 McCar1'ic1C, Marvel -11.58 MCLT:lrr1Ck. Sl1ur1'011 55 h1ecnn1cy. Dan 41,92 1.1ru1n1n, 1'nn1 5s.Q7,124,1zi MCC11:11:111, T:1L1 58.80 M1:'.T1e11u11ll. lkldney 75 MuC1c11.Z1I1e11, Lnrl 75.101 Mckllcnahcn, Mike -11,8-1,95 Mxrlllerrcn, Mr. Tommy 28 McL3u1111eU. Colleen 58 M1:C011n1211, Kathy 59, 101 McCoy. Carol 75 MCCx'ad:c11, Lcs11e 75 mrcnunng1., Pam 59 11ncn111y. xnmy 75 Muuurdy, Peg 59 MCC11Lcl1cun, Cnthy S9 h1ccn.c1.eon, jeff 75,1111 M1:D1.11a111, jlmmy -11,118 MCD0r1a1l1. Kullll 75 Morris, Sue 73,76 Mcrrlson, Dehhy 76.100.101 Marie. Lora 59 mnrcs, sa.-ry 21.59 Mon, Charles 76 Mule. Mary -12,102.11-1.126.127 hlnmnger. Mlke -12 111n151..gnr, Penny h-1 Moullrup. L1hr1s 76 Mount, Shelln 59,101 Mnn-ry, Doug 7n,sh Mon-ry. Mr, Sy 25 Muckenhlrn, Chet 59.'Il,'J7,1U1, 116. 12-I Muckenhlrn. Lihris 7h Muha, Davu -12 Muha, Guy 76 Mulbargur, Mrs. liurhuru 10 Muller, Stacey -12,102,103 Munlnck, Debbi -12 Murdock. Karen 76 Murphy. Rick 42 Murrell. Hen 7b Murrcll, LIhr1N -12,3-1 Muna, Karen 59 Myne, Dave -12,92 Myers, Gordon 59,86 Myer.-. Paula -12, 101, 105, 11-5. 122 123 . N . Narrh, Greg so Neely, johnny 39 Nfligilburn, Car01 42.113 McD011a11d. Mark -11.5-1,SS.'?5.1U1. 102,12-1 M-1Dnnn1.1. Pat S9 nlwwcrr, urnnun 59.124 h1cEwcn. cznnrg.. 75,124 nlrshne, jennnnne 59 MCGWL11, Dnhblc 75 Mr1n1n.1., nuke s9,11h.117 nmqny. Knrhy 75 11r1c1n.nn-, Mrs. Mary 20 11r1.nng1.11n, Dcnhe 59,101 N1c1.enn, Garry 75,57 x1n11n1,nn. 11011 11 1'1CMOrr1S, Ruhurt 75 x1cNen1. Pamela 7Q Mcwilllams. Dun :19.S7 Mendnw 5 , Medlmzli. Sharon 75 nn.. 71, 75, sn Mcglvcrcn, Dr. Ucne 15. 1-1 11h:n1vnrnn, Mnrgnrer so Meglveron. Mltllncl 75 Mc1cl1c1T, Chuck 75 Nlelclliorrer Clmck 59.69.80 Mclknnlan, Dunn 75 :11Q11enrn. Tori -11.113, 11-1 Mnnn1.nrn, Knnnv 75 1r1..n111...rn. Sandy -11,105 111-:n.r1.1n1, Khn 41,1U!, UI, 113. Mcughlnl, Peggy, 511, 1111 Lens., jam: 22.-10,102 Lewis. Karen S7 Lewli. Mrs. Lena 29 Lnnxr, s1.nr,,1 40 Lewis. V LIBRARY lcky 57 A119155 116.117 1.L1c1'. Km-111e1I1 57 Luci-, K1 111 -10 L1n11.1augh. Cindy .57 Lhlteau. Mr. Arthur 2U Llvermorc. Pnuy 57 Lln,-11. L..-nnn 57 maya, 111chnru 74 Lnhenfneln, 11... 7-1 Lnclxer. Robert 7-1 Long, Mr. Luwls S. 14 Lungsrrerh. Sue 57 Looney. Garry 57 Lnudorl. Lllnla 74 Lnve. Cindy sa Lovelace , Dnn -10 Luc11re111. Pam 20,-10,11-1 Lundgrcn. Mr, jnrnes 29 Lundg-ren, john 7-1 Lutz. xnrry 7.1 LVIICI1. Pnfll 711. 75 L,-nn. urnnnn -10 . M . Ma1:Dun:1111. Karen -10 Mackay. nhn -10 I rnnrkny. Tun. ss Marne, wax. 75 h1n11nn1n, Andy 75, -111. 1111 h1n.1r1gn1, Randy 75 Madsen. Henry 55,12-1 Maki. 11111 -11.3-1.85,S8,05,100 Mnkrins. john 41 Mandley, Mr. nn. 22 Mnnnen, cnml 55 Mangan. Karen -11 Mnnnlng, Kern. as Mnnnmg, Larry 41 A-lnnslield. Mxxrccror Stanley ss 11..r.:1n -11,109,126 Mnrcero. Mnrrlla 75 Mnranda, Mr. john 18,21 Mercer, Curul 22,-11,102.12-1 Mero. Everun S9 Mero, Marvin 75 Merritt, Jeffery 41 Mcrrllt. Mlku 59,-H6,91.1f111 Mes.-cr. Cory -11.121 Menon. Jnnn. 73,75 Mclzuinrl. Rlck 59 Meyer. Kay 59,124 Meyer, Le.: 76 Meyer, Ruth 76 Meyers, julie 76 Michael. Debra -11.50.105-122 Mlchacl, Kathy 76 Mlcklmvicz, Duvc -11,12-I Middleton, Robin 41,11-1 Mlllu. Mr. ULII 18 IZ Nc! -on , 151111 51? Nelnon. 111.14 76 Nclnun, scan 42 Nepjuk. mr. Lnny 25 Ncwber ry. Michael 59,12-1.125 Newman. 11c1dl 42,115 xrnrrnn, 1.1nr1.. s9,122, 124. 125 xirnnlr. uhnrr 76 x1chn15n... uLu 71, Nh:I1clson,jnckie 42,122 Nlclmlsun, xnrhy 59 mek, Cindy 511,70 Mrk, Tim 77 GRADE TRIP COMM1'1'T'EE NINTU 102,103 Xlvdt, 101111 -12,12-1,125 Nolan. Cllcrle S9 Noller. Cmhy 76.111 Nullct. Michele S9 xnnnn, Lhnln no Nurnlan. Donn -32, 116.12U.122 Norman. M1C11L1c1 60,115,117 North. Chnrri 60 Noah, Suephen 60,116 Norton. Rae 60 Nuvess. Mrs. Marion 2-1,127 . 0 . o'11:-1-ry. Cheryl 77 O'I11'1cn. Michael 60 Greg -11,95,100, 102,103 , Mlley. Mr. Nicllnel 18.91 Mlllcr. Gnry 59 M1ller. 116. 117 Mlllcrr Karen 76 Miller, Knzhy 511.39 Mlllcr, Lisa 17,76 Mlllcr, Pam -11,126 Mlllut. Scan 59, 97 Mlller. srevn -11,1111 mulny Dun -12 nn11.n1ne. 11111 7b Mllls. Pele 76 M1n11x'L11 111Ck 59 Mlnzun. Dave 59 Mohney. Llulhy -12 Muhney. Ron 76 Mnnkluwicz. mr. gnrnnn 21, Monlrny. Tern... 76 Moore. Knchy 115 Moore. K1111 59.124 Moorc. Mlkc 59.76.101 Moore, Mike 70 Muarhuus. Jane: 59 Murcncy, Ray S9 Morgan, Greg 59 nwrgnn. jnne -12 Morgan. Mike 59 Morlby. 11011 -12. 108.1217 hlurrls, Debbi.. 42.1U5,110,1l1 01111, 11.11 -12,s4 ogg, unrh 42 Olson, Dnvl: 60 0'Ma11cy, Maureen 17,77 U'NCI111. Lurl 77 U'Nei1, Pat -12 O'Ne11l, 'Nm 77,116.07 Orxnsby. 111.11 60 Orr, Larry 77,86 Oaenwr-ki, Debbie 60.116 o'shnng1.nn..y, 111nr.1.n11 77,86 070010, Gary 611,341,471 Overall. Brett 77,96 Overall, Kevin -12 overhnug11, 1:hery1 ou Uverhuugh. Fern 42,114 uvnrranxn. linndy 42 . P . vnwecn. Marisa 45 Pnge, Anna ou Page, Llndn 42 1'n,.nn, ur. john 14 1-nnrn11.1nr, Angela 77 Parker. 11111 -l2.1U8,l15.12b Parker. 1crry an Pnr1.er,J1.n 42,122 vnrrrrh, Andrey 60,12-4 Don't worry, Ice Hadley, ihe plcture won't look that body thofs your own reflechon m the Ie-ns of the photo enlorgerf WM ' 1..r.1,n X P61-1611, mr. 116111611 2:1,111s,12.1, 125, 1.10 Patrick. Marcia 69. 77,118 PATHUNS 128.129 Paltcll. 1121! 77 1'n116n.6n. Becky 77,101 Partcr-on. Deb bu Pattcr-un. Mr, Mel 2-1 Patton. cunt. 77,156,101 Pnnly, 1:n111y 77 1'6n1y, c1n11y -13, 100.110, 1 11, 11:1. 122 Fawley, jlll 411 rcnnnn, Jnny 60 Pearfnll, Nancy 77 Pearson, Anne 77 Peck. nm on Pelletier. Dave 60 Felton. Cary 3-1,-13,84,92,101, 124 125, 131 Pemzu, Mr. Donald 16,118 Pendr:r1:1'ur.s, Renee -13 ReLd. Elvy 61 R091-1, Llla 77 Recd. Rick -13,8-1135133.92 Recd. Tum 77 116111. 1161111 -13,122,123 neinke, Penny 77 Ilclnkc, Roger 61 ltennc, Sandy 78 llentsch, Brenda -13 Rcschkc,.Mr. Dave 17.21.105 Rcxtord, Debra -13 Rc-nford, Jack -13 llexlortl, Sandy -111,124 Reynolds. Rick 43 tznynntnn. 1161161-1 11-1.86 Reynolds, Shcrl 61.100. 101 Rhodes. Brian -13 Rhue. Cheryl 43 llhyndrcsfi. ,l6ne1 61 11166. 111-nd -13,111 11168. Mr. Lee 21 Rice. Pam 6l1l10.1l1.12-5 Penfold. llnlmrtc 61 Pcnfold, 'I'U1'Ey 43,8-1 Penlnnnl. Rohln -13,101 1"erra11lt, Sue 77 Pnrry. :111-. 166111165 17, 102,123 Perry. Leland 77 Perry. Robert 77 Perry. Vanessa -13 Per:-gon. Timothy 77 Peter. Teri 61 Peters, Mark -13 1'n16r56n. ,loan 61 Pctthuglll. 11m bl rnelpv. when Carol 16, 110,111,129 Phalps. Kavihy 113 Phelps, 111111-y 61 P11616-1, mx 113.11-1.112.124 vnexpn. mm 61.124 Pznuip., M1-. 1:61111 26,109,127 1"IlO'I'O CLUB 1013, 109 Pickett. Dale -13 Pickett, Dlnnnc -13,102, 122,123,112-1 Plckclt, john 61,91 Picrtc, Kris 77 Pictcrzzuk, M1n.1.1nnn 66,129 Pilath, Sue 77,112 Plllow, Debbie 43,114 Plrtenturf. George 61 Plante, Andrea 61 Potter- Flummer, jay 77 P111n1n1e1-, 1611 43,9-1,95 Polllck, Ruth 20,-13 Pollick. Shirlenr: 77 1'6n11n, Gary 77 116616, 11116. Susan 26,105 161161. ctny 61,76 Porter. rtnntmy 77 1161161-, sneuny 43,115,128 'rnnn-ny 77. 1111, Ill Rlchnrds, Rhonda 61 Richardson. Darlene 61 llltrhurdscn, Donna 78 Richardson, Thuxnas -13 111611. M61-y 43 Richer, Llsn 61 111611. Becky 43.101 Rickard. Keith 61 Rlcksgers, Keith 113, 108. 122, 123. 126, 127 lllley, Cattle 78 Riley. Kevln 61,87 Rlsnef, Pam -13, 126 Roach, Kim 78,101 Robnrgc, Pat 78 Robarts. Cathy 61 Robb. Mrs. Marybeth 17.42 Ruhvrts. Leah 43,105 Roberts, Mrs. Myldrcd 28 1161161-15611. Le1gn 78 Ronxnnnn. Jeanne 43.1111 Rnblnson. Mrs, Mary 22 Roehl, Diane 43, ll-1 s611upb6611. Larry 79. s6, 90. 96. 97 scnnn. jnay 62 scxn-1616. Cindy 114,-1-1,101,110,111 113 SCOK. Barb 62 SCUEI, Cathie 44.126 Scart, Joyce 4-1, 102 Scrllzner, Indy 62 Sctlvens. Debbie 44, 101. 122 56111-ing. Dnvxe 62,841,101 Suhrlhg. Sue 18,-1-11100.10-1,1051 110, 111. 116,122 Surzreih. Sheryl -18,511.62 Sccord. Anna 62 see. Jane 62 Seetcrlln, Don -1-1,10-1. 103 Seererlin, Robert 79 5611161-g, 1.11-5. 1161-11166 ze Seling. 11.111161-n 4-1,126 Scllng, Iohn 79 Sellers, Karla L12, 113 Seivold. Mrs. Fat 26 Seurynck. Jean 62,113 Saxton, Norman 79 Shafer. Mike 4-4,114 Shnfer. Walter 62 Shaffer, Ann 62 Shanks tm 79 86.110.91.101 . I . Marg,-'ret 62 Shaw. Shaw, Val 79 Shaw, Viviun 79 Shell. Davld 62 s11nnr61-. Doug -111 Roehl, Pam 78 Roclcfs, Mlnzhiiie 61.101 Rogers. Carroll 61 Rogers. Debbie 101 nngern. 0111 111.86 nugm, Keith 78 Rogers. Lisa 16.78, 110, 111 Portwuml. Roxnnne 61 Poxtl, Scorc 77 Powell. Steve 61 Pcrwcr-1. Lnurle 77 Prunton. Kandi -13,113 Prcwmh, Russ Ann -13,126,127 Pretro, Bob 77,101 Prior, MLk1z 77 Proctor. llcv 61,120 Proctor. Shlrlee 43,11-1 Prow:-c, Terrtc- 61 Fuddy. Anne bl P1161-615. 11611111 61,101 Pulnnecki, Jamey 77 Puizwkcy, 11-lurk 61 Pullls. DOL1h1e 43,11-1 Purks, Mnrk 61 . Q . Queen, Anuy 61 Quick, Shnrvn bl Qntnn, 161111 77,101 . R . nngn12,J611n 43.101 Ralns, Clndy 77 Randall. Mr, Louis 17 Randolph. Tnny 77 nnvcns. 116111116 43,102,113 R661-16. M1-6. s11rn1.6n 20 116611. Betsy 77 116611, 116111116 43 "The closer he gets, the tougher he looks," Worries Greg Hatcher, getting ready io de- fend himself at the district-Wide Wrestling tournament held ot Waterford-Kettering High School. wg ..,, M 1. . Rogers. Mark 44.92 Ruhrcr, Monie -1-1 Rondo. Eddie 78156 Rondo, Sue 61,1U1.l24.125 Rand. Amy 53 110011, Fred -1-1,105 Ruckus. Mrs. Ann 22,116 Ruckus, Mr. Mel 161120,122.123 Rose, Debbie 61 Roscgnrt. Mr. Elden c. 14 Rosewnll. Gail 61 110581 DcnI5e 78 Ross, Duane 102 11655, 1111551111 18 11055. Mrs. Vlrginla 1-I Russetto, john 44,8-1,8S,92.101 110551, Mike 414 Rortart. Pnul 78 Rottenbcrk, Dick -1-1 liotreltberk, Mike 61,97 Rowland, Karen 78 Rowland, Keith 61 Roy, Gordon 61,101 Roy. Jon ,1s.s6.91 Roy, Kim -11,-1-1, 1U9,1Z6, 127 nay, 'rnb 61.16 Ilunrk. Charles 4-1 Ruelle. Gary 61,91 Ruifattu. Karen -1-l Rt!if.1lt0. Kathy 78 Rulkowskl. Kevln 61 Runlon, Debbie 73 Rush, non 62 Russell. Dave 61.31119 Ilunynn. n11nn1111 -1-1 111111. M111-y 4-1 Ryan, Knlhy -11.113, 126.127 . 5 . s1.111-n11.11n1 -11 Salll, Corrine 7S Sallahury. Nldz 78 samnuxy. Teresa 78 snnwld, Denny 15,36 Salkdd. Keynold 78 Snlkcld, Rlck 44, 106,107.12-1,125 S61116111. nan 62,124 sn116y, S6611 62,116,130 Snlley, Tamiii 78 Snlvntorc, Kathy 62 Salvatore. Paul 79 Sammons. Sandy 79, 101 Sanders. Barbara 79 Sangstct. B111 62,136.91 Snntala. Jeanne 62 Santos, Tony 4-1 Sandi. Mike 61 Snrtull. Rick -14, B8,92, 120.122, 123 Sntdcr, Ruth 62 Saum. Mr. john ?.3,B4,B5.90 Scnfe. Elizabeth 62 Scurlatt, Karen 44,102.11-1 Scharf, Liz 62,113 Schnrf. Rui: -1-4 Schemrk. Linda 79,81 Scheuurmann, Sue 44, 102.103, 115 Schlele, Bob 62.97 Schlclc. Rex 79,87 Schlffnur. Karen -1-1, 110.111, 113. 114,122 Schlmp. MaryAr1n 79 schxmp, vtnkx 44 s6111n1611. Becky -1-1 5ct11:11cI1. Diane 62 Schllnlnel, MI. L0uiS H. 1-1 Schmlrll. john 74, 79.86.90 S1:hn1Lkl2, Chnrlie -1-1 Schnakc, Dori -1-1 Schnnkc, Mark 79 Schnltker. Mark 79 SCHOOL SERVICES 28.29 Schultz. Sheri 62 Schulz, Cheryl 44,102, 120, 122 Schuplmch, Brian 79, 86,911,177 Shelly, Gail 62,100 S11e1t0Yl, Shari -111,121,122 Shelton, Rick 62 Slmpurd, Bernatlett 79 511666111 11n11611ne 441 Sholler, Laurle 52 Shook, Teresa 52 Shopkin. Jeri -1-1.116 Short. Mike 79 Short, Pete 62 Shorts, Molly -111,115 Shults. Brad 17 Shultl, LUIS 79 Shupe. Bill 62 5l1usl'1tar1. Tina 79 Slano. Chris 23. 4-1 sinnnons, Anne 79 Simmons, mrs. tnnne 29 Slrnpklnson. 111116 -11 Simpson, C1111-165 79 snnnsnn, Tim 62 s1nrn11nng11, muy so Stver. Robin 62 Sizemore. David 79 Sizemore, Mike 79 Skellenger, Chris -1-1.88 Skelton, Rlck 50 SK1 CLUB 113.119 Skrobeck, Klm -1-1,11-1,115 5111-check, nnger 79 Slaala. Smlth. 11nb1n 45. 102. 11-1. 122 c1161-y1 62 Smith. Cintll -I-1.11-1 Smith. Cynthia A. 79,101 Smith. Cynthia D. 79 Smith. Greg 79,117 Srhlth, Greg 79,9U,97 s1n1111. Ierry 62 sn111n,Jne 45.691111 Smith, juyce 79 Smlth. lulle 79 Smith, Lee 62.6-1 Smith. Liz 45.101. 111, 113 sn-11111, Ln.a1nn 45 smim. M61-gm-61 79 Smith, Mark 34 Smlth, mrs. Mary Z8 sn111h, 111115. Mnry 16 11.25. Smlth, Merry 115, 101 Smlth. Michele 62 Smith, Robert 79.36 Smith, Run -1-1 Smlth. Steve -15 Smltlx. Terri -15,102 Smlth. Tim -15,122 Smith, Tom -15 Smlth. Vickl -15,102.11-1,126 Snow. Klm 62 Sblhnim, Debbie 62 Sorbelli. Val 79 xX 1 1 XX , i '-m ii ..- A--an--I-,,,,.. Surhelli. Vince 62,87 Suuriall, Denise -15.113 Snntliard, Brenda 45.122 Sovereign, jack -15.8-1,95,107 Suwdcn, Ken 79 Snwcrwlnc, Mrs. jean 17 Sowcrwlne, Tom 88.133 Suwles, 11011 -15,87 Slwukman, Connie 63 Sparks. Karen 79 spaysky, Leslie -15,105 Spears, Donna -15,114 Sl3EC1AL SERVICES 27 Speer, Ann 63 Spencer, Ken 63 Spencer. lllck 45 Sposulo, john 79 Spring, Mum -15 Stahl, Bob 76.79.86 Smlions, M1112 63 Slarkiventlwr, Brenda 63,113 Tnymr, 1611 1-10,97 Tnylnr, john 63,124 '1'6y1nr. Sent: 6L1,91,1I3 Tcngardcn, Tlm 80 Tnni, Cheryl 46 Teal. Richard 80 Terry, Dnvicl -16,l2l.1!2,l2-1 Terry. jeff 53.80 TUITY, mn. 63 Terslgni. Dun S0 Tnmgni. Dean 63 Therlnult. Priscilla -16,102,105 Thomas, l1r111:e 64 Thomas, Denise 80 Thomas, Mlchele -lb 'l'h0maa, Mrs. Suu 21 '1'1.nmpnnn, ncnky .16 Tinnnpsnn, 1166 46 Tlmmpraon, Craig 27.6-1 'r1.n.np.6n, jane: 6-1 Thurnell. Sue -16 Stnrkwentlier, Paula 79,101 Smrnes. Dcnnls 32, -15. 101,120,122 suede, Mrs. Berry 27 Smale, Dun 71, 79, oo Steele, joe 32.45.101 B-1,8B,89,9S. Steen, james 80 Steen. john 63 Stein, Dnvc 45 Srcnqulsr, Elaine 63 Stnnquist, judy 80 Szepanskl, lim 80, 90 Stepnnski, sue 45 Bill Williams tries for a better hold on Arlin Grilliih while the referee Watches every move. Bill earned more points than anyone in the entire tourna- ment. ...- ,...- Stc hon sun Nlartln 80 P . Srerllng. Dlane 63 Stern, Jef! 63 Stcrrltt. Becca -15 Swrrirt, Judy 80,110,111 Stcvcn s . K1111 63 Stewart. Chris S0 sn-wan. jny su Stlrcmah. Birth -15,1022 105,116 Stltes, Cindy -15,113 Stockmn. Dennis 30 Stokes. llrcnlln 73,80 516165, 1.1n..16 63 515011, Dcbblc -15 510112, Mr. Donald 27 510111, lllck 63,97 Stoutcnburg, Dave 63 Straller, Duug 63,S6,!P0,9l.12-1 Strlrlltlnntl, Dwtll 53.63 Strlnc. Sheri 80, 1111. Struck, Mrs. Dorothy 28 Strung. 11111 03, 87 strong, Junlnn s0,1o1 Strong, Lynn 63 strong, 1vnn.1n so Strulrlc, MIS. Marlnne 18,21 STUDEN1' AIDES 11-1,115 STUDENT COUNCIL 1130, 101 Sturnp, Debbie -15 Sulkancn. Martin BU SUITE. Bob 46.95 Sllllicrlund, Stephen -16,95 Sunlicrlnnd, Yvonne 63 Sutton, Ford -16 Sweet, Dcbblc -16 Thurnron, Becky -16,122 Thcrnlon, jualy 04 '1'I1tocp, C1 nsly -lb, l01,1UZ,1l3, 122 Thrower, Bxynn 80 Tilson, Randy 416 '1'1npeu. Randy ao Tinmn, Don 6-1 Tipton. Linda 46,115 Titswnrrh, Ton1 46 'l':1dcro1.f, George 6-1,87 Toduroff, Kim 6-1 Tomnsinc, Mr. joseph 20 'r6m1t1ns, Don 61, 12-1 Tung, Mri. Diane 17,18. 120, 121 Taninghunn, Donna H0 TRACK, NINTH GRADE 9-1.95 T11Ac1c, SEVENTH, EIGHTII GRADE 96,97 Tgnxeu. 11.1111 64 Trulu, Karen 50,110,111 'l'ubbs. Paula 80 Tucker, 11111 80 Tucxnr. Tnnnny so Turnbull, Karen 116 Tumliull, Kevln 80.87 Turner. Kent 64,101 Turner. Sue 6-1 Turion, Ilrnil 6-1,12-1 Tuson, Denise B0 Tuson. Robert HD Tynan, jeff 64 . U . Unslcber, Sylvia 6-1 upmn, 1c1n1 64 . V . Vachnn, Diane 46 vnmnncnun, Mn. 106156 24,25 Valdez, john 80 Valdez, Viola -16 Valdrun. Linda 80 Van, Renee S0 V-nn, lioxnnne 6-1 Vnnderllnck, 1161-y 64 V:111dcrVccr. Cathy 11-1 Vruzdruskn, Andy su, 101 Vandruska, 'rim 46,101 Vz1nF1Ct0r01'1. Chuck -16 V:1nF1f:t9r1:11, Steve SU Vanllordon, Denlnc 46 V:1nNor1nnn, jawn 46,101.12-1 Vankoekcl, Roger 13,46 Vnnwcy. Mlm Betsy 21 1f..mbc:11nn, Roy 3-1, -16, ss, 92, vs Vasquez, Da-.111 -16 Varna, Gregory 0-1 Vaughan. Mr. Duflicld I9 1'nu1h.:-rom, Cheryl 6,1 Vegn,Jol1n -16,3-1.95, 101,12-1, 125 Vega. 1.15 64 Veggie. Dang -15,-16,s4,s5,ss,s9, Vldlund, l'IlL1l1.1 80 Villarreal, Liarlm. 6-1,97 Vlllarreal, M.Al1c1s 6-1 Vlr-nlskl, bleve b-1 Vogel, Mark -l6,84l,85,92 V011-cert, Mr. J61... 1.1 Vultmcr, Bruce 6-1 Vollmer, Rod S0 Vtmlinrgen. Dehhlti 6-1 Vunllargcn. Mr., 1J6r6n1y 2.1 Vomrheiw, Scan 65 vnre. nnndy -16 1165-. Nanny 65 - 11' - 1VaLh2, jnhn 78,80 ivngner, Jeannie no Wagner. john 65 Wagner. Michael 05 Wagrier, Tammy 80,101 Wnll, Kcvln 65 Wallace, M155 Barllnrn Z0 wnuacc. 111,113.1 -10, 102, 105 Wnllln, Laurie 65 Walsh. Laurle b5,l16 Walsh, 511:11-yi 46 Wnlah, Mins 51151111 131 Warclxuck, Mike 46 Wnrd, jim 53,75,87.97 wnnieu, july 65 Wareck, 11611 32,-16,s1,ss,s9,92 101,12-1 1111-ner, Kathy 65 Warner, Rod -16 Wnrntz, Ed 46,54 Wnrnrz, Iayne 51 Washburne, Brad 46 Waters, Mr. G11 zo Watson, , Ohrlstic 6-1,05 1vnzs6n, Mike Sl ivcaver, 1611 Bl svmn-er, may 46,8-1,101 Wchcr, Sue 2-1,81 Weedon, Dawn 65 . T . Tnffe. T1rn 32.46.114 Tnncnger, 11111 63,124 Tallcnt. Llz -16 nm. cfnny so Tassl, Renee 63 Tum, L1111ln BU Tnyxnr, lllll an '1'6y16r, cnniy 63, 1117 Tnyinr, 01.6.-yi 46 Tnyinr. Dnrrcll 116, 0.1,-92, 101 1v6gn1nn, 1'nu1 16 Wehrli, Mt:-. Kitty Z7 Welkle, llcb S1 Welkle, Dcnlse -lb Well, Mnlthew 65 Webs, Tlm 65.9U,9l Welch, Mlke -16 Wundlrmd, Judith B1 weyl11n,., David 46 ,,- him down With that arm lock, maybe lell Decker can flip his Pierce opponent over and pm on the mat. Wayhing, mn.-n 69,111 wc,-ning. nnhen -16 Whnymz. Lc5l1e bi Wheeler, Dlnlic -16.lll2,1D5,123 1v111,r6n, Dnn 65.37.9637 White. Amy 65,12-I 11111116 Dave 65,116 White, Dcbble 81 1v111m, Paul -16,a1,ss,9z WhitC, Paula S1 1vn1te116n11. v16k1 -12,-16, 1112, 105 WhlLe11u1'n, Lynn 6-1,65 Whhmor Wliltney. Wlbley. 0, Berry jo 65 Mrxrrha B1 Mike -16 1Vl.ldc, Karcrx Sl W1-hiv, Tina 05,116 mvurnng, jodl 116 Wi1fong,jay 116,117 Wilklnson. Leah Arm -16 1v1111nn15, 11111 65,87.97,101, 124. 125,13-1 Wllllams, Brenda 65 Williflma, Douglas 37,-16,105 WL11in11'1S. Mr. jay 16,96,97, 1213, 121 wuufnnr, 5611 65 Wlllinms, 1.251115 19.109, 115,126 Williams. Mark 65 Wlllluxns, mn Bl Wllllnms, Tun 81 w1111nn.s6n, 0661.1 Bl wusnn, sau 65.l00,1U1 wurnn, nn. 65 w11,6n, jlm 16,115 1v11,nn, Nancy 65,101 Wllltm, Dan 16 Wlntc-r, Gregory 65, 12-1,125 11150, 511.2115 65 Wcivcn . Rub -16 w6n61.. sneny 16 won, 1115. Kin, 16 wnnu, 11661.16 22.-16.11-1 n'6nn, Les H1 xvnnu, Peggy 81 Wand, Tony 2l,86,97,101 wnnucrnon, 111.1614 81,157,101 1v66d11n11, 111611616 -16, 1112, 115 Wousllmll. 'run 65 1vnn.1,, Dnnnn -16,101,11-1,115 1v61-ann, 61... 05 W0 rden. J rnary 65 Wurcl. Mr-.. Barbara ZS Word, Eva 65 Work, Mark 115,101 Worlnnd, 11116 -17, 120, 112, 1211, 111 Worrell, Pnm 65 Worsham, Iwb 47 Wurtmnll, Nancy -17 Wrlght, Mr-, Charlene 16,110,111 W rolxel . 116.-ry 17 wr61,61, Ted si xv,-nn., Diane -17.1115 wyzg6,1.1, mfr, Mnrgnrct zs .y. vm.. pn.. s1,s7 YIEARDOOK STAFF 126.127 1'6n,,11n, rzznuy -17.114 Young, 1101: 19,-17 Young, ann 65,116 young. Eric Bl Ymlng, Kathy .J-1.47, 102, 11111, 112- 113,124 Young. Tony 97 1'nungq11ift,ja111e5 61,97 1'6nn,gn61.r. TI-minan 47 Vuv1111ov1L:l1, Mlm- Nullcliu 66 . Z . Zletuk. Fmnl: S1 Zollncr. Diane 115 Zollncr, sue 81,110 Zuchlke. Dcbble 65,131 Zuelch. Dale 65,97 znnrmk, '1'11n6n.y Q5 index 1135 I t v Did we, the students and faculty of Mason Iunior High School, help promote the ideal of peace on earth, especially here, around us? Did peace begin with us? lt was ta big year for all the Maariners, with the variety of activities as differ- ent as the variety of people who got involved. Besides record-breaking athletic teams, great strides were made academically. And many students participated in extra-curricular events. With teamwork and effort, peace was a reality. We hope this yearbook ll- lustrates the effort made by the faculty and student body. Thanks go to Mrs. Marion Novess, yearbook adviserp Mr. Hay Figg, rep- resentativeof the American Yearbook Company: Mr. Richard Slade, of Slade's Printing Companyg and Mr. Keith Phillips, instructor of photography, for help- ing the yearbook staff produce a book that will make everyone remember the l97U-71 school year. ,l z li Vry , , 'l s"-4 v. "ll X -,'x, -1 ' .1 'V 31- if V t T -. l. V,-ff 'X t " ' 1 ' ' I1 ' -.' I 1 ia I., X-,X X,-ll ,R H " , ,fy if V- l if .Y - sr- ,r H . ,, I M, 'iii , vy J,,'.5!I. f gil, f .. 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