Stevens Mason Middle School - Mariner Yearbook (Waterford, MI)
- Class of 1974
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When a student enters Mason in the seventh grade,
it is a frightening, but thrilling experience. He gets
lost on the first day, goes to the wrong class, and to
top it all off, can't even remember his locker combi-
nation. The halls are crowded, he's pushed around,
and it sure isn't like grade school. '
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Then, after a while, he's making new friends, his
locker is easy to open, and it is simple to find his
classes. The halls don't even seem very crowded any
more. Before he knows it, the year has passed by, it's
summertime, and school's out!
When he comes back in eighth grade, there are new
teachers, new faces, and new locker combinations,
but nothing has really changed, it's still Mason,
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T 0 Explore The World
Now that he's in the middle, with the 'seventh
grade behind him, and the ninth grade ahead, he's got
more interesting classes, and the ninth graders are
finally giving him a little respect. He can try to be on
student council and have his say around the school.
As he moves onto ninth grade, he realizes that he
leads the school, and all those seventh and eighth
graders look up to him. He can join many more clubs,
and choose exciting and informative classes. He's used
to the school and its ways, and he knows the teach-
ers, and he has quite a few friends. What more could a
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But soon it's time to leave the school, and go on to
high school, a big step to the future. He's happy to be
entering high school, but he is grateful for all the good
times he had at Mason. It was a very important part of
his life, and he'll never forget it!
Mason is not only a school for learning about science,
math, and English, but it is also a school for learning
about oneself and one's friends. lt is a school for learn-
ing about the world and its people, and how we all live.
Going to school is an enriching experience and most
students will always remember the great time they had
at Mason Junior High.
After School Specials
Clubs and organizations give students a chance to
develop their interests, in a field of their own choice.
Drama club introduces the world of acting, while pep
band, bagpipe band, and chamber choir are for the
musically inclined people. Redcross club and L.St.D.
committee do their best to aid the community, while
ski club and gymnastics are for people who want fun
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Learning is a great experience, and students can
make the most of it through clubs and organizations.
Power Through The Students
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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Dan Schaar, Parliamentariang Karen Goff, Corresponding Secretary,
Kathy Lindsey, President, Terri Harvey, Vice President, Holly Powers, Recording Secretary: Shawn Miller,
NINTH GRADE REPRESENTATIVES. FRONT ROW:
Debbie Holtom, Rob Aikin, Mike Wrobel, Dawn Masters,
Donna Scrivner, Patti Wiloughby, Penny Nichols. SEC-
OND ROW: Ron Tcjhkl, Don Pelton, Ceree Martin, Terry
Howard, Ward Miller, Christy Walker. THIRD ROW: Ali-
con Turner, Patty Deo, Annette Plante, Becky DeVa.r.
SEVENTH GRADE REPRESENTATIVES. FRONT
ROW: Jari Johnson, Cheryle Bushon, Marki Holboth, Lee
Judge, Terry Williams, Jeff O'Berry, Vick Vanicelli. SEC- Q -ff'
OND ROW: Cheryle Denton,Mary Cahne, Vicky Harvey,
David Blagent, Dave Mackie, Brad Fagan. K
The Student Council did many things for the student
body as the year Went by. They sponsored exciting
dances, a spectacular magazine sale and a school spelling
bee. They also participated in a student exchange with
Crary, Pierce, and Washington Junior High. The ex-
change gave them a chance to see how the other schools
function. Student Council did a fantastic job and suc-
ceeded in doing the best for our school.
EIGHTH GRADE REPRESENTATIVES. FRONT
ROW: Missy Cattel, Mark Flath, Ken Allen, Tim Mar-
shall, Darrel Wichtman, Bob Wooderson, Mike Pankner,
Laura Siinpkins. SECOND ROW: Janet Elston, Gretc-
hen Smith, Jeannine Forge, Teresa Martin, Kathy
Lyon, Marlene Morgan, Kathy Hill.
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NINTH GRADE ALTERNATES. FRONT ROW: Debbie Demino, Bev Schicle, Nanettc Compton, Sherry
Healy, Connie Sartell, Heather Coats. SECOND ROW: Sheri Algeo, Lil Gaulke. Donna Scrivncr, Dave
Dominguez, Dave Nichols, Brian Burke, Roy Amlcr, Ernie Bratlsliuw, John Herkowitz. Todd Wicss.
EIGHTH GRADE ALTERNATES.
FRONT ROW: Scott Ward, Tim Hudson,
Joe Walker, Jim Kurzava, Steve Bisogni.
SECOND ROW: Kristi Fangel, Cindy
Smith, Ruth Yingling, Tom Wagner, Lori
Hosler, Helen Gavriledes, Sandy Reh-
SEVENTH GRADE ALTERNATES. FRONT ROW: Jenny Lund, Tammy Render,
Danny Warden, Deane Fredericksen, Ken Beal. SECOND ROW: Beth Forge, Pat
Madsen, Dawn Abney, Laura Cecil, Kevin Cronan, Dave Snell.
Student Council exhibits Energy Day Symbol
Our Ticket T 0 Washington
A student pays her monthly trip payment.
Our trip club consists of two trip representatives
from every ninth grade civics class. The representa-
tives, along with Mr. Allen and Mr. Hardoin, suc-
ceeded in making the Washington trip an exciting
time for all ninth grade students. The candy sales
were a great success, as far as cutting the cost of the
students' trip. Many of the students sold enough
candy to pay for their entire trip!
Trip club isnit as easy as you think it is. The
representatives must go to all the meetings, and keep
track of everything that happens to the candy and
candy money. To these students, we give thanks, for
making the Washington trip possible.
TRIP COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVES. FIRST ROW:
Debbie Christie, Debbie Moore, Sandy Stepanski, Debi
Felice, Kim Billette, Milly Burton, Linda Norman, Leslie
Sizemore. SECOND ROW: Dave Wilson, JoMa.ry Burgdorf,
Dave Nicholas, Kathy Meyer, Cheryl Sellers, Mary Seeterlin.
TRIP COMMITTEE ALTERNATES. FIRST ROW: Marianne
Groth, Sue Overall, Wendy Wilcox, Jeff Skewes, Michael
George, Wendy Ingram, Mark McCurdy. SECOND ROW:
Cindy Evans, Jenny Holan, Robin Thyle, Liz Gaulke, Meg
Kaul, Bryan McMahon, Bill Brian.
esource Center Aids
Each year at Mason, students are selected to work
in the resource center to aid Mrs. Taylor. The student
aides have the responsibilities of checking books in,
filing cards in the card catalog, and arranging books
on the shelves. The resource center aides assist Mrs.
Taylor, by keeping the resource center in top working
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RESOURCE CENTER AIDES. FIRST ROW: Debbie Devine, Jackie Johnson, Sherry Healy, Sharon Whitney,
Susan McClellan, Sandy Smith, Cheryl Simpson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Taylor iMedia SpecialistJ, Julie Vega,
Suzette Davis, Darlene Liestman, Russ Bedford, Rene Miska, Carolyn Janes, Mrs. Nancy Pruente CLibra.ry Aidej.
THIRD ROW: Carol Simpson, Tina Neely, Debbie Cheek, Kathy Herron, Maryann Lindquist, Jim McQuinn.
Hehfing The Teachers
Student Aides are those people who run off 9021 of
Mason's tests. Actually the duties of a Student Aide vary
from one marking period to another. Student Aides Work in
the offices answering the telephone and running errands for
the secretaries. They also assist the teachers by checking
papers and performing other tasks. It has often been said
that Mason couldn't function properly without the help of
the Student Aides.
STUDENT AIDES, FRONT ROW: Carol Janes, Betty Gilbert, Sue Maiers, Sharon Davis, Donna Smith, Cathi McConnell, Pennie Nichols,
Amy Chambers, Susan Geyer, Donna Scrivner, Emily Belcher, Debbie Holtom, Wava Lock Wood, Shawn Miller, Kim Britt, Cindy Stern.
SECOND ROW: Tina Easley, Chris Garrett, Joy Zurbrick, JoAnne Gifford, Laura Adams, Mary Seeterlin, Terri Kelly, Alison Turner,
Heather Coats, Fay Graulin, Leslie White, Kelly Birker, Carrie Capling, Kim Maison, Kathy Barclay, Terry Derry, Robin Fredricksen,
Penny McNeal, Mrs. Haley. THIRD ROW: Linda Norman, Tenee Earl, Kathy Chewins, Christie MacKay, Cheryl Larson, Tammy Nelson,
Kathy Meyer, Deanna Kidwell, Sheril Cappell, Pam Kelly, Sharon Calme, Debbie Moore, Joy Murray, Kim Bush, Maryann Lindquist,
Brian Young, Jim Chubb, Greg Anderson.
Heqn The Students
Tending to the various tasks of a student aide.
Student aide delivers the mail
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BEST COUPLE: BIGGEST MOUTH:
Terri Allard and Mike Richmond Becky DcVar and Paul Weedon
Mock Election Winners
Dan Gilford and Lori Anderson SCHOOL SPIRH-ED:
Robyn Stout and Kathy H
PRETTIEST EYES: Sophie Pantelides and Mike Georg
Don Pelton and Diane Tersigni
BELOW. BEST DRESSED: Mike Taylor, Tina Easley and Jim Essiambre.
RIGHT. BIGGEST FLIRT: Cindy Curn and Terry Howard Cmissing from picturej.
Parlez Vous Francais?
FRENCH CLUB: FRONT ROW: Sherry Weiler, Renee Cristoff, Lisa Graunstadt, Vanesea Mercer, Mark
Stambouly, Tracy Penfold, Bill Arnold, Cindy Quick, Terri Jackson. SECOND ROW: Dale Laduceur, Bernie
Slabinski, Wendy Wood, Kim Kaminski, Judy Hillman, Ken Schluchter, Shelly Everett, Penny Elvvell, Mr.
Perry. THIRD ROW: Terry Taylor, Jeff Carter, Dan Hagon, Mike Perzyk, Gary Crowe, Marc Marcero, Liz
Gaulke, Dan Reed.
The purpose of French Club is to inform students
about the French culture. Field trips were taken to
many places, including several French restaurants,
and the International Fair at the University of Michi-
gan. One of the highlights of French Club was a five
day trip to Montreal. Frequent guest speakers lec-
tured on French-related subjects. To sum it up
French Club was interesting, fun, and enjoyed by all.
Students listen to French-speaking tapes
Ski Club Challenges
UPPER LEFT: A Mason student relaxes after an exciting run
down the slope. ABOVE: Mr. Hall checks in students. LOW-
ER LEFT: Miss Poco distributes two tickets.
'Think Snowv is Mason's ski club motto. The ski
club was off to a fine season, the snow fell and the
club skiied. Spills and thrills were experienced by the
members and sponsors alike. Bumps and bruises
didn't keep them off the slopes, they just kept on
skiing. The ski trip was a great success because ofthe
sponsors, and injuries were few.
RIGHT: Ski Club member glides down the slopes. BELOW:
The hill in the background poses a challenge to skiers.
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People often wish that they could retreat to a
World ol' their own. Drama Club members get this
chance. Acting is much more than just remembering
your lines. It is knowing where to be at the right
time, knowing your cue lines, and entering from the
right side ofthe stage. When you take part in a play,
you must assume the personality of the person you
are playing. You are no longer the actor, running
through your lines, but instead, the very person
Whose role you are playing. All this and much more is
what it takes to make a play.
With the help of Mr. and Mrs. Reschke Drama
Club members put on many excellent performances.
Acting Upon The Stage
DRAMA CLUB. FRONT ROW: Meg Kaul, Ann Emigh, Kathy Hudson, Terri Harvey, Sophie Pantelicles. BACK ROW: Sherri Alzeo, Brook
Mittledorf, Vicki Hobolth, Tammy Kimmercr, Gloria Neubaucher, Christy Walker, Dawn Newton, Rose Betz, Wendy Ingram. MISSIINJG FROM
PICTURE: Sue Maiers, Cindy Evans, Flint Tison, .loc Racine, Robyn Reynolds, Liz Gaulke.
ABOVE: Drama club members rehearse for '5Final Dress Rclioarsalf' RIGHT: Oh no,
FRONT ROW: Robert lfisher, Craig Allen. BACK ROW: Tom lfarnum, Wendy Ingram
Interesting things can be learned in photography
club, such as the developing and printing ofpietures.
Students get the opportunity to increase their knowl-
edge ot' the camera and its workings. Photography
club is open to any student who is willing to Work
and experiment to become a true shutterbug.
Photographers, doing their thing.
as0n's Alley Cats
BOWLING CLUB, FRONT ROW: James Sausser, Michele Ferguson, Maryjo Keith,
Lori Pierce, Jim Patterson, Jari Johnson, Renni Luvoie, Mike Appleton, Rob Crites,
Dale Wood, Sam Christoff, David Findley, Doug Conklin. SECOND ROW: Karen
Marvin, Joe Bauer, Tim Greene, Jim Vanderver, Paul Toth, Barb Hurley, Mary Simp-
son, Cheryl Freeman, Gail Pallanito. THIRD ROW: Glen White, Dale Reinhardt, Danny
Rogers, Tim Sutton, Duane Swansey, Al White, Roy Amler, Rob Warnock, Sharon
Calme, Barb Freeman, Dave Garcia.
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A strike, a spare, a gutter! All are common phrases T
at a bowling alley. ln a fall and spring league, Mason
students tried their hand at bowling. The league was
divided into thirty teams with three students on each
team. The league was sponsored by Mrs. Kathleen
After a period of ten weeks, trophies were
awarded to the boy and girl with the highest game
and the first place team.
Aiding Future Athletes
FRONT ROW: Sue Booth, DeNiel Lamson, Sue Overall, Debbie Felice, Holly Powers, Debbie Christie. SECOND
ROW: Jan Rogers, Kelly Schultz, Kim Billette, Sue Maiers, Donna Scrivner, Shawn Miller, Sharon Davis, Lynn
Roberts, Heather Coats. THIRD ROW: Leslie Sizemore, Joy Murray, Kathy Vogel, Debbie Demino, Sandy Stepanski,
Terry Allard, Nora Tallenger, Robin Bedford, Patti Fisher, Debbie Moore, Kathy Herron, Martha Beeman, Nancy
Beal, Sophie Pantelides.
Advice from an old pro.
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Another type of student aides are Boys and Girls
Gym Aides. These gym aides have many duties. They
assist the gym teachers in many Ways, such as taking
roll, keeping score and referreeing games. The teach-
ers are not the only ones they help. They encourage
students to get involved in activities, and also help the
students to improve their abilities in sports. A gym
aide also helps the students to gain knowledge about
the rules and regulations of all the sports they partici-
FIRST ROW: Mike Rossetto, Bill Forge, Don Evans, Tom Hepburn, Dennis Ladouceur, Brian Burk, Ward Miller,
Randy Morse, Daryl Frick, Mark Jakel, John Oliver, Larry Needham, Jo Mary Burgdorf, Diane Tersigni. SECOND
ROW: John Drudge, Tom Richman, Dan Ashby, Tom Daugherty, Dale Ricksger, Robyn Stout, Jim Essiambre, Don
Roehl, Dan Rogers, Dan Pemberton, Mike Conarty, Bill Wiltfang, John Phelps, Kirk Spring, Dan Schaar. THIRD
ROW: Al Embry, Mike Richman, Al Motzny, Bill Holden, Joe Sutherland, Kendall Turnbull, Scott Woodhull, Terry
Howard, Bob Thorton, Garry Farris, Jeff Stanley, Don Hirn, Earl Waterman, Mike Trevino.
Red Cross Has A Heart
RED CROSS. FRONT ROW: Terry Howard, Denise Solheim, Christy Walker, Tim Rochon, Marcia Meyers. BACK ROW: Kathy
Boyd, Wendy Ingram.
The Red Cross groups at Mason are interested in
helping other people. The ninth grade group, spon-
sored by Mr. Duffield Vaughn, did this by visiting the
childrenis ward at Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital
during Halloween, Christmas, Easter, and by partici-
pating in the Red Cross Mock Airline Disaster, along
with approximately one hundred other Oakland
County residents. They also attended various meet-
ings in Detroit and Pontiac. Mrs. Valliancourt super-
vised the seventh and eighth grade Red Cross groups in
making valentines and gifts for people in convalescent
homes and hospitals.
BELOW: Red Cross members make valentine treats for resi-
dents of convalescent homes.
They Believe In usic
BAND. FRONT ROW: Julie Weber, Diane Allen, Kathy Meyer, Patti Fisher, Pam Kelly, Susan Geyer,
Robin Bedford, Kim Middleton, Missie Cattell, Denise Merkowitz, Bill Brian, Liz Gaulke, Janet Dupre,
Tara Dabbs, Carolyn Moses, Laura Denoyer, Paula Wegman, Jenny Holan, Dawn Hayward, Debbie
Christie. SECOND ROW: Penny McNeal, Karen Goff, Gary Farris, Dawn Isbell, Debbie Moore, Jeff
Metheeny, Mark Puddy, Kristi Fangel, Wendy Wilcox, Dana Beach, Yvonne Nelson, Sally Reid, Mark
Flath, Jeff Stanley, Bob Marshall, Dennis Davis. THIRD ROW: Director Mr, Herbert Parrott, Ron
Abraham, Mike Duncan, James Lawton, Mark McCurdy, Mike Conerty, Russ I-Ival, Bob Wade, Brian
Benscoter, Kelly Porter, Ken Wade, Rob Aiken, Brian Bigelow, Kyle Middleton, John Taylor, Kerry
McClelland, Jud Ryan, Brian Young, Don Vicars, Parvin Conwell, Dan Shelton. FOURTH ROW: Tom
Wagner, Dave Cogswell, Meg Kaul, Kim Mackie, Debbie Beach, Jean North, Carol Simpson,Jum
Chubb, Craig Applin, Don Pelton, Beth Worland, Bruce Aittama, Sue Huffman, Albert Nollet, Missie
Haney, Kenny Allen, Troy Whitmire, Mark Jakel.
The crowd cheered as the Mason band marched by
in their straight lines and smart uniforms Masons
First Band consisted of ninth grade band students and
proficient eighth graders. Not only did they have
many concerts, but they also participated in several
programs sponsored by the Waterford Music Depart
ment. In one of these programs, Mason's band took
part in a halftime show at a nearby high school
The band attended a district-Wide Band Festival in
Warren, and received a II rating, a I rating being the
highest. Needless to say, Mason band concerts were
Pep Band kept the crowds cheering throughout the
football and basketball seasons. Pep Band consisted
of a small group of interested students from the First
Band. Not only did they attend all ofthe ninth grade
T games but they were present at the pep assemblies as
l well. The pep band kept up the enthusiasm of the
crowd even when the score was low.
Music T 0 Win By
PEP BAND, FRONT ROW: Director Mr. Herbert Parrott, Kerry McClelland, Sue Geyer, Kim Middleton, Brian
Benscoter, Jenny Holan, James Lawton, Mike Duncan. SECOND ROW: Dennis Davis, Bob Marshall, Mark Flath,
Beth Worland. THIRD ROW: Ken Wade, Brian Young, Craig Applin, Dawn Hayward, Tom Wagner, Dave Cogswell.
Taking The High Road
Students wishing to learn something about the
great highland bagpipe can join a club called Mason's
Highlanders. It was first formed in September of,72.
The band is sponsored by Mr. Vaughen and Major
Dave Mackie. Through practice they have improved
their skills. Maybe some of the members have come
to your classroom and demonstrated. In the spring
they hope to take a field trip to see the 40th High-
landers of Michigan perform in Royal Oak. They also
plan on going to the Allma Highland games.
Let's Stop Drugs
There is an increasing awareness of drugs in our
society. Mason decided to get involved, so they
formed an L.S.D. committee CLet's Stop Drugsj. The
small group of people on this committee worked
together to inform people of the drug problem. The
main purpose of this program was to explain about
drugs to younger children, in hopes that they
wouldn't experiment with drugs when they got older.
The L.S.D. committee did a great job and even if only
one person was convinced of the danger in drugs, it
was worth it.
BAGPIPE BAND: Band Major Mr. Vaughan, Piper Mark
Morgan, Pipe Major David Mackie, Piper Howard Blythe,
Piper Ricky Carver, Piper Steve Hanson.
L.S.D. COMMITTEE: Mary Mielke, Pat Nolin, Mr. Vaughn,
Jo Anne Strader, Lynn Wright, Dave Herron.
Gee, I 'm Looking Forward To
"Singl Sing a Songll' That is what Chamber Choir
g ,W M is all about. Chamber Choir is a group of select
,r2, rbblrl -A people. These people have opportunities to take part
C 'ill 1 ' in extra activities. Mrs. Sullivan, the Chamber Choir
director, took the group on many field trips. They
W N sang at schools, rest homes, and also a Music Festival.
The group effort put forth by these people and Mrs.
Sullivan resulted in nperfect harmony."
CHAMBER CHOIR, lfRONT ROW: Director, Mrs. Betty Sullivan, Debbie Cheek, Kris Kuck, Jeff Roach, Bernard Shepard, Phil Movius, Greg
Anderson, Mike Wrobel, Cheryl Sellers, Vicky Hobolth, Cheryl Edwards, Mary Anne Lindquist. SECOND ROW: Lori Anderson, Christy
Walker, Val Kendrick, Barb Freeman, Mike Rossetto, Dan Fast, Dave Hawkins, Luanne Stoutenburg, Kathy Hudson, Margaret Garbovits,
Celeste Emery. THIRD ROW: Heather Coats, Dawn Newton, Lidna Norman, Sharon Calme, Duane Caverly, Ian Burns, Robin Warnock, Mike
Vanderhoek, Rick Lauinger, Ron Burton, Becky DeVar, Terri Harvey, Marcia Meyers, Courtney Casteel.
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NINTH GRADE. FRONT ROW: Holly Powers.
SECOND ROW: Sue Overall, Becky DeVar,
Courtney Casteel, Deneil Lamson. TOP: Kim
Britt. CNot pictured, Kathy Lindsayj.
SEVENTH GRADE. FRONT ROW: Jenny Lund, Tammy Render. SEC-
OND ROW: April Plaugher, Beth Forge. TOP: Diane Overcashier.
EIGHT!-I GRADE. FRONT ROW: Debbie Devine. SECOND
ROW: Jeannine Forge, Missy Cattell. THIRD ROW: Gretchen
Smith, Janet Wallis, Kris Lindsey.
The Mason cheerleaders were full of pep and en-
thusiasm, as they and their sponsors, Miss Pietrzak
and Mrs. Oles, led our hard-Working teams through an
excellent season. They impressed many a crowd by
keeping the fans cheerful and excited. They held
successful pep assemblies to arouse school spirit.
They always had a ready smile, even in disappoint-
ment and defeat. Their good sportsmanship and
strong faith in their teams paid off by filling our
school with pride. They are an outstanding group that
has done a fantastic job.
EDITORS IN CHIEF:
Don Evans, Penny McNeal
As you look through this book, any errors you
may find, can be blamed on the yearbook staff. But
you must also give them credit for the excellent copy,
artistic layouts and breathtaking pictures. You must
note how carefully and accurately the business people
Worked to sell you your yearbook.
Admittedly, the yearbook staff did a fantastic job.
True, they missed almost all their deadlines, but they
still managed to produce a fine yearbook at the end
of the year. Mr. Link, their fearless leader and spon-
sor, did a great job aiding the students and leading
them through the dark days of trials and tribulations
that often occur when one is dealing with a yearbook.
All in all, they did a fantastic job, and deserve much
credit for their efforts.
BUSINESS STAFF: Tina Easley, Joe
Roach, Daryl Koop, Andy Sanchez, Lesile
PHOTOGRAPHERS: FRONT ROW:
Steve Lane, Linda Woodward, Wendy
Ingram, Mike Wrobel. SECOND ROW:
Jerry Narsh, Todd Weiss, Phil Bone.
COPY STAFFQ RIGHT: Dawn Fritz, Sophie
Pantelides, Penny McNeal, Dawn Newton, Lisa
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Ward Miller, Chris Harper, Becky Corey, Cindy
SECRETARIES: LEFT: Lynne Campbell, Jo Anne Gifford, Carrie Capling.
Flipping Over Gymnastics
A round-off, backspring, and Walkover! What a
performance! All this was done by Mason's gymnas-
tics team. This club consists of girls in seventh,
eighth, and ninth grade who tried out and were
judged by their sponsor Mrs. Carol Ferguson. These
girls find that jumping over a horse, swinging around
on uneven parallel bars, and balancing on a beam is a
fun way to keep fit.
FRONT ROW: Cindy Stricklin, Donna Sink, Janice Nepling, Cheryl Bushon, Kathy Keranen, Wendy
Smith, Vicki Ward. SECOND ROW: Barb Mae, Pat Madson, Jill Elston, Nancy Beal, Kim Billette, April
Coats, Janet Elston, Lynne Robertson, Heather Coats, Cindy Stern, Kathy Lindsey.
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MATH AIDES. FRONT ROW: Sherri Scrivner, Cheryl Edwards, Mark Pasko, Kathy Hudson, Cindy Stern, Debbie Chop, Bob
Briggs, Steve Hinson, Brad Cryderman, Dawn Masters, Cymantha Bradley, Penny Elwell, Jeff' Campbell, Chris Garrett, Betty
Gilbert. SECOND ROW: Steve Cremer, Sharon Whitney, Kim Maison, Ry Amler, Jeff Ziulkowski, Scott Newman, Wendy
Ingram, Kim Bush, Ted Misiewicz, Micki Gardiner, Bill Klaus, Nora Tallenger, Janet Burris, Paul Weedon.
Wl1at's the solution to X2 - 3x -28? Ask your math
aide. Math aides are eighth and ninth grade students
selected by their teachers to assist Math instructors.
The duties of a math aide range from taking atten-
dance, to directing the class or correcting papers.
So the next time you need to know the answer to
X2 - 3x - 28, ask your math aide. By the way, X2 - 3x
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Crowd Pleas rs!!
The athletic bunch at Mason helped the teams do
an excellent job in each sport. They exercised their
talents in the field, around the track, on the courts,
and upon the mats.
Baseball, basketball, track, football, and wrestling
give students the chance to learn teamwork and show
their athletic ability.
Sports provide students with great opportunities
to be a part of the school.
inth Grade Team Breaks Even
The crowds roared with excitement, the cheerlead- 1973 Football Record
ers cheered on. Ninth Grade Football had arrived. Ninth Grade Team
Football is without a doubt a serious game, but it
proved to be fun, too. The Ninth Grade Team worked Mariners Opponents
hard four gainswfour losses, with no ties. The season
was very exciting with fine plays made by many 6 Pierce 20
members of the team. 14 Milford 6
The results of the football players awards were: 21 West Bloomfield 14
56 East Hills 26
Most valuable player-Jim Essiambre 0 Craiy 3
Most improved player-Dan Schaar 16 Walled Lake Central 20
l 1071fteam spiritj--John Phelps, Jeff Stanley 6 Clarkston 16
68 West Hills 0
The team did a great job and their pep and enthu-
siasm gave others spirit. We're proud of our team! Won 4 Tied 0 Lost 4
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FRONT ROW: Dan Shelton, Dennis O'Neil, Dan Schaar, Mike Richman, Jim Essiambre, Tom Richman, Robin Stout, Tom
Hepburn, Mike Wallace, Al Motzny, Jeff Stanley. SECOND ROW: Coach Jim Uzelac, Kevin Gannon, Jeff Ziulkowski, Ted
Misiewicz, John Phelps, Mike Conarty, Don Roehl, Al Embry, Craig Morris, Rick Bates, Coach Jack Gebauer. THIRD ROW: Dan
Ashby, Don Pelton, Scott Lund, Mark Bourn, Mark Jakel, Brian Burk, Phil Liestman, Mike George. FOURTH ROW: Manager
Scott Woodhull, Gary Ferris, Joe Sutherland, Al Carroll, Daryl Chrisman, Dave Hawkins, Manager Ken Henry, FIFTH ROW: Bill
Forge, Randy Breeding, Dave Dominguez, Mike Bauer, Randy Morse, Fred Alexander, Tom Daugherty, Chris Harper.
LEFT-Embry moves the ball for a big gain.
RIGHTAMason's Ninth Grade defense in ac-
tion. BOTTOMsEssiambre blocks Stout as Ma-
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FRONT ROW: Dan Brimhall, Brian Mount, Paul Toth, Dave Snelling, Mark Coles, Gary Hagaman. SECOND ROW: Charles
Cross, Dan Reed, Dan Hagaw, Dave Van Norman, Mark Goetz, John Napier, Steve Felice, Joe Bauer. THIRD ROW: Jeff
Lane, Greg Konkle, Eric Domke, Jeff Siome, Ralph McCarrick, Steve Doyon, Russ Hval, Bill Ziulkowski, Coach: Mr. John
Masonis Heavyweight team really worked hard.
Mr. Dilliegghio, the coach, Jeff Sioma and Dan
Hagaw, the team captains, worked to help the team
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Mason's 1973 Middleweight Team gave the school
the best record Middleweight has had in two years,
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FRONT ROW: Manager Barry Bass, Jim Davis, Mike Crowley, Jim Sausser, Craig Parrish, Jack Baron, J ogn Madsen, Nathan Miller,
Jim Dubre, Tim Marshall, Steve Garcia, Bab Wooderson, Tony Salfi, Mike Kildal, Bernard Slabinski, Ron Thyle, Mike Duncan,
Ray Flavin. SECOND ROW: Mike Wheeler, Jeff Velsy, Dennis Durie, Tim Proctor, Ralph Lamson, Russell Bedford, Cliff Poppy,
Randy Freeland, Conrad Gardiner, Brad Leinenger, Charles Aldrich, Mike Busch, Tim Gehrke, Athony Guzak, Bruce Domke,
Rick Williams, Craig Laorence, Larry Minogue, David Kunkle, Mark Trager, Nick Vanicelli, Eric Sparkman, Brent Him, Coach Ed
Lightweighfs Remain Invincible
FRONT ROW: Paul Sutherland, Scott Kaminga, John Boyea, Gregg Cooper, Dave McMahon, Jeff Alexander, Steve
Bisoghi, Pat Bedford, Stan Hasting, Tim Hudson, Dennis Davis, Steve Morse, Leslie Ferris, Jim Schutt. SECOND ROW:
Rob Barker, Grant Finn, Dave Crowley, Matt Daubner, William Ward, Steve Carman, Mike Cudnohufsky, Joe Gwinn, Craig
Stricklin, William Aronald, Bryant Thomas, Eric Martin, Charles Ziulkowski, Charles Clarke. THIRD ROW: Brian
Capistrant, Chuck Wyant, Craig Hutchison, David Aikin, Greg Kojima, Jim Willoughby, Tracy Penfold, Steve Kaines, Gary
LeMonde, Ken Schluchter, Anthony Spagnola, Ted Keranen, Danny Giers, Jeff Beech, Coach: Mr. Don Castle.
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20 Crary 13
13 Pierce 0
O Crary 0
Coach Mr. Castle gives the Lightweight team a pep talk. 13 Pierce O
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When the going gets tough, the tough gets going!
This is the motto of the Lightweights. Because of the
outstanding defense they had a record of 3 wins, 0
losses and l tie. With excellent coaching by Mr.
Castle, the Lightweight Team took the league champ-
ionship for the second year in a row.
Enthusiasm is important in any football game, and
the Lightweights have a lot ofit.
Rough And Tough
Introducing Mason's Powderpuff Team! As you may
know, Powderpuff got its name because it is an all girl
team. For Mason, this kind of equal opportunity isn't
The one game the team played, was against Mason's
boys. The score was 0-6, but it was not a total loss for the
girls. They learned the importance and strategy of playing a
good football game.
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FRONT ROW: Chris Corbeil, Gorgette Douglas, Tammy Render, Terri Roach, Meg Smith, Joyce
Rogers. SECOND ROW: Annie Fisk, Lisa Graunstadt, Kathy Hudson, Janice Rogers, Marie
Palaneki, Sheila Sewell, Becky Devar. THIRD ROW: Coach Terry Howard, Lisa Bigelow, Christy
Walker, Liz Gaulke, Joy Zurbrick, Gloria Neubacher, Laquetta Luster, Sophie Pantelides, Coach
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Scormg For The Past,
The ninth grade basketball team came within one
victory of being the first team in our school's history
to go undefeated for three straight seasons. The loss
came from the hands of Crary, an arch-rival.
Many records were either broken or tied. They
were the first Oakland County Junior High team to
break one hundred in one game. Mr. Castle, the
coach, shares the success of this team with Mr. Saum
and Mr. Miley, who coached the team in undefeated
seasons in the the seventh and eighth grades.
Rebounding For The Future
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NINTH GRADE BASKETBALL: Mr, Don Castle, Coach, Daryl Koop, Randy Morse, Brian Burke, Don Roehl, Don Him, Craig
Morris, Al Embry, Kendall Turnbull, Jeff Holm, Joe Sutherland, Robyn Stout, Captain, Jim Essiambre, Scott Woodhull, Steve
Johnson, Dan Giers, Manager.
65 Clarkston 49
74 Walled Lake Western 41
67 Milford 43
70 Walled Lake Western 39
74 Pierce 46
89 Farmington Warner 33
91 Crary 71
95 East Hills 72
95 Clarkston Sashabaw 67
87 Walled Lake Central 36
72 Pierce 58
66 West Bloomfield 51
53 Crary 57
85 Bloomfield Hills 77
59 Farmington Warner 36
108 West Hills 67
The eighth grade basketball team provided an ex-
hilarating and thrilling time for spectators of all ages.
Victory or defeat was decided in the final seconds of
each game. Great improvement was shown as the
season progressed. Fine rebounding, superb passing,
and hot shooting won the team many games. Mr.
Miley coached the team through a fine season.
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51 Walled Lake 20
35 Pierce 24
31 Crary 44
33 East Hills 25
47 Walled Lake Smart 55
33 Pierce 36
46 Bloomfield Hills 26
41 West Bloomfield 40
28 Crary 48
35 West Hills 44
Playing For Competition
E I G H T H G R A D E
BASKETBALL. FRONT ROW:
Joe DeFlorio, Mike Cudnofski,
Jib Schutt, Bill Arnold, Tim
Hudson. SECOND ROW: John
Madsen, John Rogers, David
Snelling, Kevin Emmons, Karl
McKay, Charley Cross, Bill
Zuilkouski. THIRD ROW: Coach,
Mr. Mike Miley, Tim Reed, Steve
Doyon, Joe Walker, Chip Deland,
Jeff Sioma, Greg Kunkle, Dan
Hagon, Dan Brimhall, Manager.
Aiming For Victories
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32 Walled Lake 17
24 Pierce 20
34 Crary 17
19 Bloomfield East Hills 15
46 Walled Lake Smart 16
28 Pierce 21
38 West Bloomfield Orchard 20
34 Bloomfield Hills 20
29 Crary 28
34 Bloomfield West Hills 25
SEVENTH GRADE BASKET-
BALL. FRONT ROW: Dave
Snell, Darryl Hibbs, Dave Mac-
kie, Ralph Lamson, Brent
Hirn, John Duprey, Conrad
Gardner. SECOND ROW: Joe
Gwinn, Brian Thomas, Dave
Aikin, Ernie Gavrilides, Greg
Cooper, Steve Morse. THIRD
ROW: Mr. John Saum, Coach,
Lex Roy, Captain, Dave
Vader, Eric Martin.
It was a dark and stormy night. The opposing
coaches shivered in fear as they read and saw that
Mighty Mason's Seventh Grade Team was on their
schedule! Well, not quite, but after they played Ma-
son they Wished they hadn't. The fantastic Seventh
Graders achieved a perfect 10 Wins, 0 losses season.
Quick passing, sharp shooting, and fancy moves were
perfected in practice and it payed off. Mason had
much to be proud of in their Seventh Grade Team.
Another jump ball
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Wrestlers Have A Hold
FRONT ROW: Craig Spicer, Tracy Penfoll, Eddie Sink, Brian Murrel, Greg Stamboly, Dave Dominguez,
Tom Darling. SECOND ROW: Steve Felice, Tom Daugherty, Steve Wyant, Ward Miller, Dan Schaar,
Ricky Williams, Jim Davis. THIRD ROW: Jim Laughtin, Al Motzny, Tim Reed, Don Pelton, Jeff Stanley,
Garry Farris, Fred Alexander, Tim Marshall, John Woolworth.
ver Their Opponents
Crowds of people packedthe gyms. They cheered
with enthusiasm as they Watched the floor before
them. What was the center of attention? Wrestling!
Wrestling provided challenge and excitement for the
participants, and anticipation and entertainment for
the onlookers. Mason's wrestling team used ingenuity
and strength as they struggled with their opponents.
The team did a great job doing what they excel in,
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Keep On T racking
FRONT ROW: Phil Movius, Mark Jakel, Garry Farris, Rod Cullens, Tina Easley, Leslie White. SECOND ROW: Coach Jim Uzelac, Al Carroll,
Scott Newman, Joe Racine, Dan Ashby, Steve Kerr, Brian Olerich, Chris Harper. THIRD ROW: Bill Holden, Mike Vanderhoek, Bryan
McMahon, Todd Weiss, Don Vickers. FOURTH ROW: Jeff Holm, Joe Sutherland, John Arsen, Judd Ryan, Phil Liestman, Liz Gaulke,
Masonis track team was off and running. With
experts in every event from the fifty yard dash to the
standing broad jump Mason has always placed high in
their meets. Starting in the early Spring, track team
members break out their sneakers and sweat socks
and trot the pathways of our campus. The track team
did an outstandingjob appreciated by their coach and
Sharon Davis clears another hurdle.
Its as easy as one, two, three
FRONT ROW: Barry Bass, Gregg Peck, Ron Balow, Doug Parks, Ken White, John Boss, Kevin Love. BACK ROW: Scott
Lund, Paul Weedon, Mike Pankner, Garry Farris, John Herkowitz, Mark Hampton, David Cogswell, Tom Hepburn, Don
Newell, Mike Beers. NOT PICTURED: Jim Peterson, Rick Carver.
Armed with sticks and a puck, this year's hockey
team went into battle. Many of the sixty who were
brave enough to join, were from last yearls outstand-
ing team. Each week, Mr. Gebauer and some other
interested teachers took the boys to Lakeland Arena
to practice and play other teams. With much deter-
mination, the team fought to keep a good record.
Through thick and thin, they learned how to win!
The bases were loaded and Mason was at bat. The
star hitter stepped up to the plate as the pitcher
warmed up. The pitcher threw the ball, the batter
swung, and crack! lt looked like a home run! Mason's
baseball team was off to a good start. Their great
hitting, catching, and pitching can be attributed to
the iine coaching of Mr. Eichman. The baseball team
did a fantastic job and succeeded in making Mason
proud of them.
Victory Is Their Goal
Stomp The Opposition
FRONT ROW: Kim Middleton, Wendy Wilcox, DeNeil Lamson, Becky Corey. BACK ROW: Ruth Collard, Lisa
Bigelow, Jan Rogers, Sharon Davis.
The girl,s basketball team had Z1 very successful
year. They learned about the techniques of playing
basketball all throughout the season. Their coach, Mr.
Collard, helped the team achieve many wins as they
played other teams. The girls found that experience
can be a great teacher in basketball, and it's not the
winning that counts, it's how you play the game.
Three cheers for the girl's basketball team!
LEFT: DeNeil Lamson prepares to give a demonstration of
her famous free throw.
Softball Strikes Again
FRONT ROW: Becky Horton, Sophia Pantelides, Lisa Bigelow, Pat Matin. BACK ROW: Sue Scherb, Carol
Wilson, Terri Harvey, Sharon Davis, Mary Mielke, Cheryl Freeman.
Softball became an active sport among the girls at
Mason. They accomplished the true meaning of sport-
smanship and surprised their coaches with homeruns,
base running, and fielding. At the end of the season
the players went into tournaments to achieve a team
that showed their skill in playing the game.
Hockey For Girls
Field hockey is a favorite team sport among some ofthe
girls at Mason. Although it is included in the girls gym class,
it was so popular that Mrs. Ferguson formed a school team
which included seventh, eighth, and ninth graders.
The girls found the game to be more interesting when
they were in competition with a different school. Their
spirit and willingness to Work brought them together as one
complete team. Even though they lost their only game 3-l
they had a great time!
GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY.
FRONT ROW: Char Herron,
Cindy Strickland, Georgette
Douglas, Tammy Rodriguez,
Kathy Keranen, Kim Petteys,
Dina Carter. BACK ROW:
Kathy Herron, Sue Overall,
Michelle Cattell, Lisa Walker,
, Bonnie Mann, Diane Golding,
Vicki Harvey, Tina Cattell,
Darlene Wall, Barb May, Lyn-
elle Pearson, Lisa Johnson,
Faculty . . . Administration . . . School Leaders . . .
However you say it, it all means the same thing-the
outstanding group of people who head our school.
The counselors help solve problems and arrange
schedules while the principals direct all school mat-
ters through the right channels. The secretaries aid
the principals, while the teachers help the students
learn about world affairs and other related business.
The faculty did an altogether great job to make
Mason what it is today - a very organized school.
Admlnlstrators. . .
This group of men Working together is what helps
make Masonfs school days run smoothly. Even
though they have numerous meetings and daily cor-
respondences, they still spend time with the students.
An energy crisis, and an over crowded school arejust
two of the problems these men must face. They can
be sure all their efforts are appreciated.
Directing Mason 's Future
ABOVE: Miss Brenda Ebersole, B House Counselor.
CENTER: Mrs. Beverly Crowley, A House Counselor. LOW
ER RIGHT: Mr. Duffield Vaughen, B House Counselor
BELOW: Mr, William Haggerty, A House Counselor.
Counselors are the people who give transfers,
schedule classes, and give advice if you have a pro-
blem. Mason has four counselors, Mr. Haggarty and
Mrs. Crowley in A House and Mr. Vaughn and Miss
Ebersole in B House.
Most people do not realize that the counselors are
very important to the school. They not only attend
to student needs, but also close the gap that exists
between students and faculty.
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At Mason we have efficient secretaries. There are
four secretaries with varying duties. Keeping the at-
tendance of over 1,500 students is not an easy task,
but Mrs. Lawrence has a ready smile for anyone who
comes to the ofhce. Mrs. Largent, as office manager,
copes with the everyday problems that arise in the
main office. Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Hayden work in
the A and B House offices assisting the principals and
counselors. Mrs. Simmons, the bookkeeper, not only
runs the bookstore but also handles all of the money
that goes in and out of the school daily.
ABOVE: Mrs. Myldred Roberts, A-House Secretary. UPPER
RIGHT: Mrs. Nancy Hayden, B-House Secretary. LOWER RIGHT
Mrs. Irene Simmons, Bookkeeper.
Willing T 0 Lend A Hand
ABOVE: Mrs. Ruth Lawrence, Attendance Secretary.
RIGHT: Mrs. Cleta Largent, Main Office Manager.
A seventh graders' schedule usually revolves
around his language arts and social studies class, bet-
ter known as block. These classes take up two periods
a day. In social studies the students read maps and
study general world geography. Sentence structure,
punctuation, and verbal reasoning are the elements
studies in the English segment of block.
The teachers successfully made block an interest-
ing class that was enjoyed by all.
UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Mary Jo Smith, Language Arts, Social
Studies. UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Greg Raymer, Language Arts,
Social Studies. RIGHT: Mr. Donald Castle, Language Arts,
Social Studies. LOWER LEFT: Mrs. Sara Lou Reabe,
Language Arts, Social Studies. LOWER RIGHT: Mr. Tim
Link, Language Arts, Social Studies, Mass Media, Yearbook.
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UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Joseph Tomasino, Language Arts, Social
Studies, UPPER LElf'l': Mrs. Carol Wolverton, Language Arts,
Social Studies. RIGHT: Mr. Larry Schwartz, Language Arts,
Social Studies. LOWER LEIVT: Miss Ellias, Seventh grade
reading, Language Arts, Social Studies.
Learning About America,
Language Arts and Social Studies is a very infor-
mative class taken by all eighth graders. Discussing
stories or newspaper articles, making reports and find-
ing out how the United States came about is all part
of eighth grade block. Nouns, verbs, and current
events are some of the things students will understand
better after they have had eighth grade block.
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UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Gilbert Waters, Language Arts-Social
Studies, Exploring. UPPER LEFT: Mr. Larry Nepjuk,
Language Arts-Social Studies. LEFT: Mrs. Addie Lawrence
Language Arts-Social Studies. RIGHT: Mrs. Harriet Lytle
Language, Arts-Social Studies.
UPPER RIGHT: Miss Gail Ulrich, Reading. UPPER LElfT:
Mrs. Harriet Hoffarth, Language Arts, Social Studies.
CENTER: Miss Fran Johnson, Language Arts, Social Studies.
LElfT: Mr. Auger, Language Arts, Social Studies. RIGHT:
Mrs, Marion Novess, Language Arts, Social Studies, works
with her student teacher Miss Midge Bartlett.
Exploring The World O Literature,
Mason has opened up a world of literature to ninth
grade English students. Different types of writing
were studied in these classes. The students got a
chance to express their feelings about the stories they
A new class, speech and drama was introduced to
the curriculum. In this one semester class, students
learned the basics of speech and drama. From short
stories to novels, and fiction to fact, English was an
enjoyable experience for all.
ABOVE: Mrs. Bonita Myrand, English, Reading Enrichment,
Mass Media. CENTER: Mrs. Roxanne Reschke, English, Mass
Media, Student Council. BELOW: Mr. Dave Reschke, English,
Reading A Good Book
LEFT: Mrs. Nancy Pruente, Resource Center. CENTER: Mrs
Barbara Taylor, Resource Center. LOWER RIGHT: Mrs
Kathy Lemanski, Ninth Grade English, Speech and Drama.
UPPER LEFT: Mr. Jacques Perry, French I, Ninth grade
Social Studies. CENTER: Miss Beverly Poco, Mass Media,
Ninth grade Social Studies. BOTTOM: Mr. Robert Casteel,
Ninth grade Social Studies.
Did you ever hear about Watergate or President
Nixon? Well, thatis just part of what you learn in
ninth grade Civics. Once a Week the students read
various articles in the newspaper concerning our gov-
ernment. They also follow the stock market. Public
freedoms are studied as students read the Bill of
Rights, and notes are taken to help students under-
stand the function of our society.
So as you can see, civics isn't a straight-from-the
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Becoming 'fliusiness Minded, "
Do you think that Business and Typing is just
another hum-drum class? Well at Mason it isnit. Busi-
ness and Typing is a course taken by many of Masonis
students. The courses offered are Business and Typing
on two levels, l and Z. The students learn to improve
their typing skills.
Business goes into many areas such as bookkeep-
ing. how to write cheeks. Ole, and how the secretarial
part of a Business functions. One ol' the business lield
trips took the students walking to a nearby bank and
cashed a cheek Written on a pumpkin as well as one
on a cake. Itis too bad they didn't get to eat it!
UPPER RIGHT: Mr. John Diliegghio, Business and Typing.
ABOVE: Mrs. Mary Haley, Business and Typing, Student
Aide. RIGIIT: Miss Barbara Meacham, Business and Typing,
Hoinemaking. BELOW: Mr. Dale Allen, Business Math,
Business and Typing.
Finding New Formulas,
ABOVE: Miss Linda Pietrzak, Ancient History, eighth grade
Science. LOWER LEFT: Mr. John Saum, seventh grade
Exploring New Worlds.
Take a journey through the world of the un
known, unseen and unheard things' The world of
science, as it is commonly referred to is open to
Seventh and eighth graders as a required course and
ninth graders as a wide variety of electives
What lies in the deep dark sea'? Was man created
by evolution? Will insects inherit the earth? These are
only some of the questions students will venture to
answer. Exploring and experimenting are the two key
wordsg finding new ways to replace the old
Seventh graders study life Eighth graders study
the world. Ninth graders may study many things
ranging from applied science to space science
Whatever the media, science is a unique experience
ABOVE: Ms. Janice Means, eighth grade Science UPPER LEFT Mr Mike
Miley, eighth grade Science, Boys Physical Education LOWER LEFT M
James Mandley, seventh grade Science Space Science
UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Carol Spencer, Science, Earth Science, Applied
Science. ABOVE: Mrs. Sue Thomas, Science, Exploratory Science, Life
Science, Earth Science. LOWER LEFT: Mason's Scientists set up an
experiment. BELOW: Mr. Wells, Science.
Adding T 0 Their Knowledge
ABOVE: Mrs. Pat Sesvold, Math. RIGHT: Mrs. Norma Clark
Math. BELOW: Mr. Paul Lampkin, Math.
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Math really turns Mason students on. Math minds
are built in several courses including refresher math,
algebra, and business mathjust to name a few.
With the fantastic teachers We have, our students
will be well prepared for high school. How can we
lose with super advice like 'elf all else fails follow the
UPPER LEFT: Mr, Lee Rice, 7th and 8th grade Math.
UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Donald l-lardoirr, Algebra 8th, Algebra
TYI, Math 8th. ABOVE: Mrs. Barbara Colando, Algebra TYI,
Algebra 9th, Refreshers Math. LEFT: Mr. John Meranda,
Refresher Math, Algebra, Geometry.
ath akes You Smart
ABOVE: Mr. D. Kosovec, Eighth grade Math. RIGHT: Mr.
Robert Hall, Math. Basic Electricity, Space Science.
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From Brahams T 0 Bacharach
ABOVE Mr Herbert Parrott Beginning Band, Band. BE
LOW Mrs Linda Levine Exploratory Music, Girls Chorus
Chorus III, Language Arts, Social Studies.
The Beat Goes On
Mason,s music department kicks out thejams with
Band Festivals and choral concerts throughout the
year. Mr. Parrot kept the bands in step with the solo
ensemble festival, Christmas, and spring concerts.
Chorus chimed in with concerts, plays and Christmas
Seventh grade students are offered either begin-
ning band or a thirteen week music course. ln the
eighth and ninth grade students can choose electives
in the music field including eighth and ninth grade
chorus, girls chorus, chamber choir and eighth and
ninth grade band.
The halls of Mason continued to echo with the
sound of music.
ABOVE: Mrs. Betty Sullivan, Chorus I, Il, Chamber
Choir, Exploratory Music. BELOW: Girls' Chorus mem-
bers lift their voices in song.
Expressions Through Art
ABOVE: Mr. Edward Haley, Basic Arts-Crafts, Art I, Art Il.
RIGHT: Mrs.Sandy Berridge, Basic Arts-Crafts, Crafts I. BE-
LOW: Artists at Work.
Art is a subject in which students express their
feelings and ideas through something they create.
Their artistic efforts are of things from still life and
models to pictures using their wildest imaginations.
They learn to work with materials such as paint,
pencils, charcoal, and pastels.
Crafts students design articles ranging from rugs to
pottery. We are proud to have Mason artists contri-
bute their creations to humanity.
UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Barbara Cicchelli, Basic Arts-Crafts,
Crafts I, II, BELOW: Mrs. Pat Burleson, Basic Arts-Crafts, Art
I, Crafts I, II, Math seventh, World Geography.
Through Home Ec. And Industrial
Homemaking is not only a class for seventh and
ninth grade girls, but it is also a "Man,s World" for
eighth grade boys. For seventh grade girls, sewing
aprons is a new and fun experience. The ninth grade
girls studied the nutritional value of food, and they
also learned how to plan a good meal.
The students ol' i'Manls Worldn made aprons,
which they wore while making many mouth watering
meals. Who knows, maybe someday they'll be gour-
For these reasons, hoinemaking is one ol' the most
educational classes at Mason.
LEFT: Mrs. Onita Oles, Business and Typing, Homemaking,
eighth grade Math. BOTTOM LEFT: Mrs. Donna lilwell,
Ilomemaking, Man's World. BELOW: Mrs. Mary Jean
Jozwiak, Homemaking, Man's World.
Through industrial arts, students develop their
talents in drafting, wood and metal shop, The pur-
pose of these classes is to guide students toward jobs,
such as cabinet-making, welding. carpentry, and a
variety o f other industrial careers.
Beginning in seventh grade, boys are required to
take thirteen weeks each of wood. metal. and draft-
ing. By ninth grade furniture and other items are the
result of many hours of hard work. Techniques in
these areas can be used with personal or profitable
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ABOVE: Two seventh graders compete in the gym class
Wrestling meet. RIGHT: Mr. Gerald Eichman, seventh grade
boys gym. BELOW: Mr. John Gebauer, eighth grade boys
gym, wood shop.
ABOVE: Mrs. Carol Ferguson, gi
Mrs. Charlene Wright, girls gym.
rls gym. RIGHT:
On your mark, get set, go! The gym classes' track
teams are competing against one another in a track
meet. Inside the gym, the girls are balancing on the
beam, and swinging on the parallel bars, while the
boys are wrestling until one person triumphs over all.
On the courts, basketball and volleyball are the team
sports which are always very fun and athletic. Back-
springs, walkovers, and somersaults demonstrated by
Mason girls have made crowds flip over their fantastic
feats. Gym will always be a part ofMason Jr. High.
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ABOVE: Mrs. Louise Vaillancourt, Beginning French, French
II. RIGHT: Mrs, Marilyn Kohen, Beginning Spanish.
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helps broaden their horizons.
In seventh grade, students can take a course called
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beginning Music, French, and Spanish. Eighth graders
can take a year of French l, or Spanish I, and in ninth
grade, they may continue their education by taking
French II and Spanish II.
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Cafeteria And Custodial S tal?
EVENING CUSTODIANS , LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Kasten, Garry McLean, Henry
Hoff, Steve Bowden, Larry Bate.
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CAFETERIA STAFF, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marge Kerr, Sally
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CAFETERIA STAFF, FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Geraldine Argyle, Loraine Councilor, Ann Burzyck, Mary ,
Smith. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sharon Garrison,
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People all differ from one another. Each person
has his own personality, ideas and tastes. Although
everyone at Mason is different, we all try to work
together to make our school the way it should be. We
may not always be right but by cooperating and
communicating with each other, we can make the
school better, and make it something tohbe proud of.
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The class of ninth graders should be proud of their
good job in Mason Junior High. They have achieved
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The eighth graders have had an exciting school
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club taking pictures and many other achievements.
They are ready for anything and will make great
ninth graders. They are going to try to make Mason a
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Jarroun
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Larry Clayton Hasting
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Mr. Harry O. Hummel
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Mr. and Mrs. Jennifer Masters
Mr. and Mrs. Delena Matthews
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Mr. and Mrs. James Mcgrath
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mcneal
Mrs. Bertha McReynolds
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Mrs. Nellie R. Norris
Mr. Paul F. Oineill
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Miss Becky Queen
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ranger
Mr. David Reschke
Mr. Bernard Roach
Mrs. Edna Roach
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Mr. and Mrs. Shipman
Mr. and Mrs. William Shorts
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Smith
Mrs. Yvonne Stewart
Mr. and Mrs. William Stockdale
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompsom
Tri-Delta Building Co.
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Union Lake Church of the Nazerene
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Mr. and Mrs. John Weber
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Werth
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Mr. and Mrs. Minor White
Mr. and Mrs. John White
Wilhelm,s Waterford Market
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilhelm
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Willis
Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Mr. Ronald Woodward
Mr. and Mrs. James Wright
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Waterford Education Association
Public Relations Committee
"WE CARE ABOUT KIDS"
THE MARINER STAFF wishes to thank all
those who contributed generously to help
with our publication expenses.
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And Having Writ,
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