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The purpose of a good yearbook is to serve as a guide for the past school year. As you leaf through this edition of the PANTHER, we hope that many memories will be revived. Yearbook Staff SENIOR FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE JUNIOR Tom Clark Lois Dancer Faye Camp Jim Hanson 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication.4 ADMINISTRATION.5 Superintendent.6 Principals.7 School Board.8 Secretaries.9 Counselors.10 FACULTY.11-18 ACTIVITIES.19 Homecoming.20-21 Varsity Cheerleaders.22 Jr. High and J.V. Cheerleaders.23 Junior Play.24-25 Senior Play.26-27 Hootennany.28-29 Prom . . ..30-31 Spanish and Latin Banquets.32 ATHLETICS.33 Varsity Football.34-35 J.V. Football.36 J.V. Basketball.37 Varsity Basketball.38-39 Jr. High Basketball.40 Wrestling.41 Tennis.42-43 Track.44 J.V. Baseball.45 Varsity Baseball.46-47 Varsity Club.48 ORGANIZATIONS.49 Band Boosters.50 FTA.51 FHA.52 FFA.53 Library Club.54 Paper Staff.55 Spanish and Science Clubs.56 Student Council.57 Debate.58 Forensics..59 Yearbook Staff.60 Pep Club.61 Senior Band.62-63 J.V. Band.64-65 Jr. High Band.66-67 Glee Club.68-69 Jr. High Chorus.70-71 Custodial Staff.72 CLASSES.73 Seventh Grade.74-77 Eighth Grade.78-82 Freshmen.83-87 Sophomores.88-91 Juniors.92-95 Seniors.96-112 Miscellaneous.113-117 Closing. 118 ADVERTISING.119 Advertisers. 120 3 DEDICATION We, the staff, dedicate the 1967 PANTHER to a teacher we admire and re¬ spect, Mrs. Nella O’Brien. She is a Junior High and Senior High English teacher. Mrs. O’Brien graduated from Crystal Falls High School in the Upper Pen¬ insula. She attended the College of St. Scholastica at Duluth and obtained her Bachelor of Music and Master of.Arts Degrees from Michigan State Universi¬ ty. Her teaching experience has been at Dansville and Stockbridge. The O’Brien family live on Parmen Road and consists of Mr. O’Brien, two sons and a daughter, Jack and Ellen at home and Tim who is married lives near Williamston. This dedicated teacher has been active as 8th Grade Advisor for several years and has been a member of the Advisory Committee. Currently, she is a member of the Honorary Society Committee and is serving on the teachers’ negotiating committee. , N cON’CVK 1 ' fT’TV ' Sl« «ncimittOU r cc ( rftt w , ' r nU‘- 1 — l . - r-y V r 4 r X. t- ' K,. ( jz 1 75 - xzstt ?%• vY ADMINISTRATION SUPERINTENDENT My sincere congratulations to the members of the 1967 graduating class. It is our hope and ex¬ pectation that each member will find the years spent at Stockbridge High School well worth the effort involved and that each one will find himself well fortified to meet the problems and chal¬ lenges bound to face him in the future. May you be able to be of great service to your community and to your fellowman. With Best Regards, Jesse Batchelor Supt. of Schools PRINCIPALS MR. HOWLETT Once again the time has come to address a final message to a graduating class of Stock- bridge High School. The years go by so quick¬ ly and so to the class of “1967”, congratula¬ tions on your past achievements. Godspeed and best wishes for a successful and happy fu¬ ture. Richard Howlett Congratulations Seniors ’67. Best Wishes on your graduation and for all your future years. In my contact with the Senior Class this year it is my feeling that whatever your life endeavors may be you will accomplish them with great success. May success continue to be your goal. Robert Boyd MR. BOYD 7 BOARD OF EDUCATION SEATED: Mr. Duane Ford, treasurer; Mr. Almon Lathrop, president; Dr. Edward Weddon, secretary. STANDING: Mr. Elwin Breniser, Mr. Dan Howlett, trustees. Not present when picture was taken: Mr. Olin Wild, trustee Mr. Lee Janies, trustee The seven men elected to the board of education must ref lect the educational thought of the school community. These men must spend many hours at regular and special meet¬ ings or at conferences. They must keep themselves informed on many topics, such as cur¬ riculum developments, the new federal programs of Head start, Title I of E.S.E.A., fi¬ nance, and many others. The over-hauling of written policies and labor negotiations take up a great deal of time. They would like to have more time to discuss the aims of educa¬ tion and time to develop a better program to meet the educational needs of the day. Other obligations does not give them this opportunity. 8 SECRETARIES Students in study hall STOP talking to their neighbor so they can hear the morn¬ ing announcements given by Mrs. Grace Collins, Mr. Howlett’s secretary. In addi¬ tion to duties performed for her boss, Mrs. Collins keeps student’s records, marks re¬ port cards, and does various other chores that need to be done. Mrs. Collins is an enthusiastic fan at school games. She is an asset to the spirit of our school. MRS. GRACE COLLINS MRS. THELMA FRINKLE Some people feel that quantity is more important than quality, but a clerical worker must SLOW DOWN in order to attain accuracy. We are glad to welcome Mrs. Polly Dancer here as bookkeeper this year. She handles all of the accounts for the school system. Her personality and efficient work are received with pleasure from those who work with her. Everyone must YIELD to the welcom¬ ing smile of Mrs. Thelma Frinkle, Mr. Batchelor’s secretary. Among her many tasks is marking report cards, selling books, making copies of material for the faculty, and answering the telephone. During her years here she has become a friend of many due to her sense of humor and the good work she does. MRS. POLLY DANCER COUNSELORS RACHEL CASSIDY, Munith Leslie High School BS MA Eastern Michigan TEACHES: English HOBBIES: Ceramics traveling RALPH H. HERRON, Pinckney Tucson High, Arizona BS BA Special Ed. Eastern Michigan TEACHES: English HOBBY: Refinishing furniture DUANE CLARK Through these four teachers we students at Stockbridge High School are encouraged and guided toward goals of individual success and complacency, By their efforts we initiate new faith when problems confront us. They help us to plan our future and arrive at new aspects of learning. Even though each morning awaits with more work and greater efforts, the doors of the counseling offices are always open to all students. Their busy day consists of testing, teaching, coaching, assisting confused seniors, directing plays and advising the making of the yearbook. All of this leaves little free time to these teachers. RALPH HERRON RACHEL CASSIDY DUANE CLARK, Dexter Dexter High School BS MA Eastern Michigan TEACHES: Jr. Hi Reading Phy. Ed. HOBBIES: Sports JAMES LAWRIE, Stockbridge Livonia Bentley High School BA Alma College TEACHES: Art English HOBBIES: Horses tennis JAMES LAWRIE 10 FACULTY CAROLYN ANULEWICZ (Commercial) BERNARD BLAIR (Science) ANN BOGART (Latin English) JANIS CASH (Spanish) CHARLES COLEMAN __ (History) _ DON CRONKHITE (Agriculture) IRMA CRONKHITE (Commercial) RAY DANCER (substitute) SHIRLEY FRAYER (substitute) LYNNE HEILIGMANN (Physical Education) PHILLIP HORA (Reading Spelling) 13 FACULTY CATHRYN KOSZEGI (Home Economics) FRANK MORRIS (Science Math) PETER LOSO FRED NASH (Math) ANNABEL NICHOL (substitute) NELLA O’BRIEN (English) SHIRLEY OSTERMAN (Special Education) CHARLENE PRYOR 14 (Math) (Vocal Music) PATRICIA SHERWOOD (English) LLOYD SNIDER (Journalism Reading) NELLIE STEPHENS (Librarian Vocal Music) ROBERT WOODMAN (Shop) FACULTY BARBARA THORNBURY (Science) MARIAN RAMSDELL (English) JOHN SCHMULT (Social Science) FRANK RADOWSKI (Social Studies Shop) FACULTY It is our sincere belief that we have one of the finest teaching staffs in the area. They are devoted to their work and are always willing to help students with any assignment or problem that might arise. On the following pages we are giving a short resume of each individual. JEAN ANDERSON, Stockbridge Cadillac High AB Degree, Central Michigan TEACHES: English Speech HOBBIES: reading antique china CAROLYN ANULEWICZ, East Lansing St. Mary’s High, Jackson B.A. Degree, Michigan State TEACHES: Commercial subjects HOBBIES: knitting sports ROBERT BARRY, Stockbridge Sparton High BA MA Michigan State TEACHES: Reading, Spelling World Literature Drivers’ ; Ed. BERNARD BLAIR, Stockbridge Jackson High AB Degree, University of Michigan TEACHES: Science HOBBIES: stamp collecting minerology ANN BOGART, Fowlerville Sandusky High BA Degree, Albion College TEACHES: Latin English HOBBIES: reading cooking JANIS CASH, Ann Arbor University High BA Degree, Alma College TEACHES: Spanish HOBBIES: antiques traveling CHARLES COLEMAN: Stockbridge Charleviox High AA BA Michigan State TEACHES: History Coach DONOVAN CRONKHITE, Stockbridge Oakfield High, New York AB MA Michigan State TEACHES: Agriculture HOBBIES: photography reading IRMA CRONKHITE, Stockbridge Leslie High Cleary College BS Degree, Eastern Michigan TEACHES: Commercial subjects BETTY DANCER, Stockbridge Western Hills High, Ohio BS University of Tennessee SUBSTITUTE TEACHER HOBBIES: Sewing antiques RAY DANCER, Stockbridge Stockbridge High BS Michigan State SUBSTITUTE TEACHER CHARLES DAVIDSON, Stockbridge White Pigeon High BME Degree, University of Michigan TEACHES: Instrumental music HOBBIES: hunting reading JOSEPH DONNELLY, Lansing St. Joseph’s High School, South Bend B.S. Degree, Michigan State TEACHES: History HOBBIES: golf water skiing RONALD DRISCOLL, Stockbridge South Lake High BS MA Eastern Michigan TEACHES: History Coach HOBBIES: bowling golf RONALD FILLMORE, Stockbridge Fraser High BS MA Degrees, Eastern Michigan TEACHES: Drafting Grade Art HOBBIES: painting and crafts SHIRLEY FRAYER, Stockbridge Mackenzie High, Detroit BS Home Economics, Wayne State SUBSTITUTE TEACHER HOBBIES: baking knitting LYNNE HEILIGMAN, East Lansing Columbus North High BS Ohio State University TEACHES: Physical Education HOBBIES: outdoor activities PHILLIP HORA, Pleasant Lake Berrien Springs High BA Degree, Albion College TEACHES: Jr. High Reading Phy. Ed. Coach HOBBIES: athletics FACULTY CATHRYN KOSZEGI, Gregory Bentley High, Livonia BS. Degree, Madonna College TEACHES: Home Economics HOBBIES: traveling, horseback riding PETER LOSO, Pinckney Allen Park High BS Degree, University of Toledo TEACHES: Jr. Sr. High Math Coach FRANK MORRIS, Stockbridge Grosse Pointe High BA Michigan State TEACHES: Jr. High Science Math HOBBIES: mineral collecting FREDERICK NASH, Pleasant Lake Litchfield High BA Degree, Hillsdale College TEACHES: Sr. High Math HOBBIES: athletics traveling ANNABEL NICHOL, Stockbridge Big Rapids High BA Alma College SUBSTITUE TEACHER NELLA O’BRIEN, Stockbridge Crystal Falls High BM MA Michigan State TEACHES: Jr. Sr. High English HOBBIES: reading SHIRLEY OSTERMAN, Munith Southeastern High, Detroit BM Degree, University of Michigan TEACHES: Jr. High Math HOBBIES: music sewing LESTER PROPST, Stockbridge Lamoni High, Iowa BA Degree, Michigan State TEACHES: Special Education HOBBIES: camping ceramics CHARLENE PRYOR, Jackson Grand Ledge High BM Degree, Michigan State TEACHES: Vocal music HOBBIES: reading, knitting, music FRANK RADOWSKI, Stockbridge Wakefield High BA New Mexico State MA, Eastern Mich. TEACHES: JR. High Social Studies Shop HOBBIES: hunting trees MARIAN RAMSDELL, Stockbridge Stockbridge High BS MA Eastern Michigan TEACHES: English HOBBIES: ceramics numismatics JOHN SCHMULT, Stockbridge Grosse Pointe High BA Michigan State TEACHES: Jr. High Social Science HOBBIES: target shooting reading PATRICIA SHERWOOD, East Lansing Berea High, Ohio BA Degree, Wooster Ohio TEACHES: English LLOYD SNIDER, Ann Arbor Eaton High, Indiana AB Degree, Ball State TEACHER: Journalism Jr. High Reading HOBBIES: reading, writing, golf NELLIE STEPHENS, Stockbridge Clarkston High BS MA Eastern Michigan Librarian Glee Club Director HOBBIES: reading music BARBARA THORNBURY, Lansing Parma High, Ohio BS Degree, Michigan State TEACHES: Science HOBBY: Reading ROBERT WOODMAN, Stockbridge Jackson High BS Western Michigan TEACHES: Shop HOBBY: Hunting HOMECOMING Mary Ann (9th) k Lisa (19th) Queen Patty Beverly (12th) Linda (11th) A lovely evening provided the background for a perfect Homecoming night. The highlight of the eve’s enter¬ tainment came when Patty Hardt, escorted by Marty Lindberg, was crowned by Miss Bonnie Teachout, last year’s queen. Standing by her side was the court: Beverly May and Bob Zick, Linda Stoffer and Fred Grosshans, Lisa Price with Dan Holloway, and Mary Ann Caudill escort¬ ed by Don Howard. Following the game, every one danced until midnight at the annual Homecoming dance. Patty and Bonnie Dave Mills, Queen. Steve Collins HOMECOMING - Continued A scene from Tale of Two Cities won the Freshman 1st place and a check of ten dollars which was presented to Mary Ann Caudill. Seniors came in second with Great Expectations. Third place winner was the Juniors’ Profiles in Courage while 3rd runner up were the Sophomores with The High and the Mighty. Freshman Float Senior Float Junior Float Deb Stephens, a former SHS cheerleader and loyal fan, returned to enjoy and take part in her home town Homecoming festivi¬ ties. Sophomore Float 21 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Kathy Jarrell Becky Howlett. Sandy Howard Sally White Sue Rob Diana Frinkel The Varsity Cheerleaders, under the leadership of Mrs. Heiligmann, raised school spirit and enthusiasm to sup¬ port our football and basketball teams. New uniforms were a highlight this year for the girls. They sponsored two dances, sold pennants, and had cake sales. 22 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS The Junior Varsity Cheerleaders cheered the football team to a 6 wins — 1 loss record. They have the spirit to help make the 66-67 season one to be remembered. Becky McKim Kay Baldwin Mary Hartsuff Mary Ann Caudill Clarinda Flannery Sherry Conley JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Just having been chosen as the Jun¬ ior High Cheerleaders in November they had but a few weeks to get ready for their first game. They have done very well cheering both Junior High Basketball teams to VICTORY. Becky Rob Peggy Zeitz Sue Frayer Shirley Steffey Debbie Stoffer Melissa Dancer 23 JUNIOR PLAY — Cheaper by the Dozen FRONT ROW: Bob Myers, Eddie Aluk, Karen Hamlin, Steve Batchelor, Mary Reed, Marvin Frinkle, Monika Skepenaitis, Jan Han- newald BACK ROW: Mr. and Mrs. Klinger, Linda Richardson, Millie Wilson, Marty Lindberg, Sue Brown, Dean Bachelor, Steve Ward, Melissa Dancer, Ruth Camp, Ellen O’Brien, Paul Stephens, Tom Clark, Ed Porzsolt, Dick Frayer, Sue Rob, Sandy Howard, Judy Stephens, Linda Stephens CAST Mr. Gilbreth, Dad . . . Mrs. Gilbreth, Mother Ernestine . Frank . Martha . Bill . Fred . Anne . Dan . Jackie . Lillian . Mrs. Fitzgerald . Dr. Burton . Joe Scales . Miss Brill . Larry . .Steve Batchelor . . . . Mary Reed . . Ellen O’Brien Marty Lindberg . . . .Ruth Camp . .Paul Stephens . Dean Bachelor . Karen Hamlin .... Eddie Aluk .Marvin Frinkle .Melissa Dancer . . Millie Wilson . . . Dick Frayer . . Gene Cowan .... Sue Brown ... .Ed Porzsolt Mr. Don Klinger Director 24 Give me that phone! Remember the time when . . .? Give me a hoo, rah, ray!. r a Cheaper by the Dozen is based on a novel of the same name which was published in 1948. It was writ¬ ten by a brother and sister about the family of twelve children. One evening they reminisced about the antics they went through while growing up under the firm hand of an anxious but loving father. The story which they put togeth¬ er met with much success as a novel. It was soon produced as a movie and later as a broadway play which enjoyed a long and suc¬ cessful run. It’s just shocking! Really? You’ll take these right back to the store! Get out of my way! SENIOR Just one more time now. I don’t know how these women manage. Your mint julep, sir. You detected what on my property? MAIN CHARACTERS Finian .S. Batchelor Sharon .K. Hamlin Woody .D. Camburn Og .M. Lindberg Susan .E. O’Brien Sen. Rawkins .J. Singer Buzz .S. Smith Sheriff .E. Porzsolt Directors Mr. Ralph Herron Mrs. Shirley Osterman It’s that old Devil Moon. Fairyland was nothing like this. MUSICAL — Finian’s Rainbow BACK ROW: D. Mayer, D. Bloxom, J. Wilson, H. Williams, S. McKim, B. May, T. Clark, B. Burton, E. Porzsolt, S. Smith, J. Singer, E. O’ Brien, M. Lindberg, D. Camburn, K. Hamlin, S. Batchelor, J. Stephens, L. Stephens, L. Richardson, M. Reed. 2nd ROW: N. Tisch, D. Bach- j elor, B. Zick, S. Ward, P. Stephens, J. Brown, M. Otis, N. Zeitz. SEATED: S. Collins, S. Risner, R. Camp, S. Howard, P. Hardt, J. Hanne- wald, S. Rob, S. Brown, M. Skepanitis, J. Donohue, D. Bachelor The Lord made Adam, The Lord made Eve, He made them both a little bit naive. “Finian’s Rainbow” spins a fantastic story on two themes: the touching hope of an elderly Irishman that the crock of gold he has stolen from the leprechauns will multiply in the fertile soil adjacent to Fort Knox (with the government’s reserve as an example) and the fight of an engaging group of sharecroppers to pre¬ serve their land against the encroachments of a dema¬ gogue from the State of Missitucky named Billboard Rawkins. The sharp wit of the lyrics is matched by the gay tunefulness and sweep of the score thus making it a bright, lively, fast-moving musical comedy. Right here in Fort Knox, there’s where all the gold is buried. Mrs. Batchelor Dan Bloxom 27 HOOTENANNY GO-GO GIRLS Yvonne Hardt, Kathy Jarrell, Mary Hartsuff Dennis Jarrell and Mark Hartsuff THE GRASSHOPPERS — Mary Zick, Lou Ann Waters, Ther- sea Comi, Marie Topping The audience enjoyed the “sing-alongs” HOOTENANNY - Continued Once again the athletic department sponsored a Hoote¬ nanny to raise funds for the scoreboard. That night we were “where the action was.” The entertainment varied from folk songs to popular music. The audience was invit¬ ed to clap and sing with the performers. The climax of the evening came when Kilroy made his unusual appearance. No one will forget that “Kilroy was there.” The Hamlin Family 29 Jill Marshall, Kathy Sweet, Sharon Holloway, Bonnie Teachout, Linda Conley, Debbie Stephens, Ruth Hannewald, Mark Hartsuff, Don and Dana Day Gary Stowe — KILROY PROM Junior Class President, Bob Renner, and Senior Class President, James Gibney, with their dates led the Grand March. The Grand March was the highlight of the evening. The gymnasium was flooded with light at this time so everyone could see the beautifully dressed girls and their handsome escorts promenade. Following the Grand March the dancing continued. PROM — Continued Cynthia DeLong and Jim Hanson Upon entering the Teahouse of the Rising Sun, your arrival was announced by two Gei¬ sha girls sounding a gong. The Oriental theme was complete with a waterfall and stream. Beautiful trees in blossom were planted around the room. The Far East motif was very well carried out. LATIN BANQUET under the direction of SPANISH FIESTA under the direction of Mrs. Bogart Every two years the Latin Classes have a banquet. This year the event was done in truly Roman style. A delicious dinner was followed by a most interesting program presented by the class members. Latin classes of previous years and several faculty members enjoyed the evening. Red Riding Hood and the Wolf Mr. Klinger This year the Spanish classes had a very en¬ joyable, interesting evening. They decorated the gym in Spanish style and presented a de¬ lightful program. The refreshments served were much like those of our friends ‘south of the border’ might have. Faculty members and guests were truly pleased with this event. Milly Wilson Alumni Guests 32 ATHLETICS VARSITY FOOTBALL CO-CAPTAINS SCORES We They 6 Chelsea 0 12 Dexter 13 0 Fowlerville 19 0 Leslie 13 0 Dansville 13 14 Pinckney 6 12 Williamston 13 12 South Lyon 13 DAVE MILLS STEVE COLLINS BACK ROW: Mr. Boyd, Russ Stowe, Sid Smith, Dave Mills, Carl Beachy, Don Camburn, Tom Clark, Denis Barber, Bob Price, Steve Collins, Mr. Driscoll MIDDLE ROW: Bob Myer, Jack Pelton, Ron Mead, Phil Harris, Howard Adams, Bob Trapp, Jack Marshall, Joe Singer, Jim Castle, Jeff Boyd KNEELING: Larrel Whitaker, Cal Poe, Don Hannewald, Junior Williams, Russ Stephens, Jim Hanson, Brian Boyce, Gary Horst. Larry Earl was not present when picture was taken. 34 VARSITY FOOTBALL - Continued DAVE MILLS STEVE COLLINS Concession Stand The end of the game. Let’s go!” “I think . . J.V. FOOTBALL ROW 1: M. Lehman, P. Tibbits, M. Chrisinski, B. Barbour, R. Vogel, T. Stephens, W. Bailey, R. Risner ROW 2: C. Hewlett, D. Holloway, R. Hartsuff, R. Myers, F. Singer, D. Wilson, J. Messer, J. Donohue ROW 3: T. Mills, D. Howard, R. Rosher, P. Singer, B. Bennett, J. Rick, R. Steffey, D. Biehn, ROW 4: Coach Clark, N. Glenn, G. Hannewald, H. Zeitz, M. Schubert, C. Outwater, R. Myers, Coach Hora ROW 5: E. Zick, D. Smith, C. Chrisinski, A. King, R. Cobb, S. Lindberg, B. Goodlock ROW 6: D. Bradley, G. Jenkins, H. Castle, R. Hoffman, N. Knott ROW 7: J. Collins, B. Wilson The team started the 1966 campaign with a four game winning streak, eighteen returning sophomores and a great desire to win. The little Panthers great de¬ sire paid off as they extended their winning streak to nine games before being beaten by a very strong Wil- liamston team. They went on to win their last game and end the season with a fine six win and one loss rec¬ ord which is the best JV record in many years. The offensive team did a fine job by averaging 21 points per game. The line did an outstanding job of opening up holes in the opponents line game after game. The defensive team did an outstandingjob also. The first team was only scored upon once all season and held many of our opponents to nearly minus yard¬ age. The little Panthers finished the season tied for first place in the Ingham County League race which should mean happy years ahead for Stockbridge football en¬ thusiasts. SCORES They We 6 Dexter 26 6 Fowlerville 40 7 Leslie 20 7 Dansville 32 0 Pinckney 12 7 Williamston 0 0 Chelsea 19 36 J.V. BASKETBALL KNEELING: D. Williams, M. Hartsuff, B. Barbour, C. H«wlertt, E. Zick, D. Howard, R. Meyers STANDING: Mr. Hora, R. Risner, T. Mills, D. Wilson, C. Chrisinski, R. Wright, D. Gibney, G. Whitaker, F. Singer FRESHMEN BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: L. Hughes, L. Asquith, N. Glenn, D. Adams, D. Hartley, D. Owen SECOND ROW: Mr. Driscoll, D. Wild, R. Roscher, B. Goodlock, N. Nott, G. Wild, O. Marshall, R. Cobb THIRD ROW: L. Marshall, E. Zick, T. Carpenter, T. Mills, C. Brady, G. Oakley VARSITY STANDING: Bill Haverty, Phil Harris, Dave Mills, Don Cambum, Dave Carperter, Russ Stowe, Keith Kothe, Mr. Clark KNEELING: Sid Smith, Ron Mead, Mike Conley, Bob Zick SITTING: Marty Lindberg, Gail Allen, Steve Collins SCORES We They Dexter 66 39 Fowlerville 67 56 Chelsea 85 62 Leslie 56 68 Chelsea Invitational Tournament Manchester 63 54 Milan 76 51 Dexter 73 58 Dansville 73 30 Williamston 62 58 Pinckney 95 60 Jackson St. Johns 45 56 Fowlerville 44 48 Leslie 60 68 Dansville 61 63 Saline 61 59 Williamston 58 64 South Lyon 58 60 Pinckney 95 58 Co-captains Sid Smith and Steve Collins with Coach Clark 38 : BASKETBALL GAIL ALLEN BOB ZICK DON CAMBURN ) I I 1 Bob Gail STEVE COLLINS The Stockbridge High basketball team finished the regular season with an 11-7 record after winning the Chelsea Holiday Tournament by defeating Dexter. The Panthers drew a bye in the district tournaments. The Panther’s first game in the tournaments was with Okemos. Don 39 JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL - EIGHTH GRADE KNEELING: Kim Barker, Don Haverty, Bob Myers, Rod Owen, Gary Allen, Mark Baldwin, Bascom Brown STANDING: Mr. Driscoll, Dan Howlett, Gary Ludtke, Bill Lewis, Graig Collins, Mel Curton, Bob Hamlin, John Flannery, Pete Gib- ney, Roger Mullins The Junior High basketball teams were formed to give the seventh and eighth grade boys the experience of competing with other schools. It also encourages such qualities as sports¬ manship and enthusiasm. This purpose has certainly been fulfilled. Players and spectators have come to realize that winning games isn’t the sole purpose of playing basketball. SEVENTH GRADE KNEELING: Alex Weddon, Gary Topping, Jeff Jarrell, Ricky Frinkle, Jan Shackelford, Randy Gauss, Steve Allen, Todd Myers STANDING: Mr. Coleman, Larry Cobb, Tom Campbell, John Robu, James Asyuith, Jessie Campbell, Dave Chrisinski, Jeff Caskey, Glenn Richmond WRESTLING After a non-win season last year the grapplers came up with a 4-7-1 record this year. This is not a very impressive record for a second year team but it shows vast improvement. The number of team mem¬ bers was smaller this year but they were a more dedicated group who gave their best. Our league meet ended with Stock- bridge holding down fourth place. We had one second, four third and three fourth places for a total of forty-one points. With only two boys graduating, Mike Otis and John Allen, next year’s team should again show marked improvement with the help of this year’s experience. Brian Boyce remained undefeated in all his dual meet competition for the past two years. He and the rest of the boys are ex¬ pected to help next year’s team to be a win¬ ning one. KNEELING: Rick Hartsuff, Mike Otis, Brian Boyce, Mark Otis, Jim Hanson, Pat Singer STANDING: Managers; Willis Risner, Paul Risner, s Hank Zeitz, Denis Barber, Terry Krummery, Brad Wilson, Benny Bennett, John Allen, Ronnie Clark, Mr. Loso BACK ROW: Warren Richmond, Dennis Hannewald, Bob Shiver, Ralph Myer, Ronald Sheldon TENNIS KNEELING: B. Burton, G. Baldwin, D. Owen, C. Wisman, B. Barber, J. Kunzelman, J. Curtis STANDING: T. Zick, B. Zick, T. Krummery, R. Sooy, S. Smith, B. Stephens, E. Porzsolt, Coach Lawrie BOB STEPHENS AND BOB BURTON SCORES We 3 IVi 5 3 3 3 4 0 They Waverly 3 Okemos 0 Howell 0 Ann Arbor University High 4 Holt 2 Waverly 4 Ypsilanti Roosevelt 3 Holt 5 Lansing Waverly Invitational 4th place 5 Okemos 1 42 TENNIS - Continued BOB ZIGK Bob became the first Stockbridge High School ten¬ nis player to ever qualify for the state finals when he was a junior. He finished runner-up in Class B region¬ al singles play. He was voted the most valuable player and Ed Porzsolt the most improved player by their team¬ mates. ED PORZSOLT AND TOM ZICK ROB SOOY 43 TRACK FRONT ROW Manager — G. Craft, D. Hannewald, J. Castle, E. Bailey, P. Risner, G. Horst, B. Boyce, P. Lehman, Mr. Hora, BACK ROW T. Clark, R. Risner, C. Curtis, M. Brann, S. Collins, D. McVay, C. Marshall, P. Harris, G. Allen, J. Castro On your mark, get set — Go Stockbridge Opponent Score 22 Chelsea 87 43 St. Thomas 64 32 Dansville 76 58 South Lyon 46 21 Dexter 84 49 Pinckney 51 Chelsea Field Day 3rd 25 Williamston 83 13 Vi League 5th place 44 DALE RISNER PHIL HARRIS DOUG McVAY J.V. BASEBALL FRONT ROW: Coach Clark, John Brown, Dave Shellenbarger, Rob Ford, Steve Krummery, Randy Myers, Jerry Risner, Dennis Simons, Phil Brooks, Jack Hamlin, Bob Foster, John Messer, Dennis Hartley BACK ROW: Fred Singer, Dan Hartley, Mike Chrisinski, Dan Wilson, Dave Carpenter, Bill Haverty, Bill Barker, Pat Shellenbarger, Ron Howard, Bob Price, Dennis Hannewald, Jim Rick, Brad Wilson. (Geral Whitaker absent) The J.V. Baseball Team had their best rec¬ ord ever last year. They won seven games and lost three. They also had one freshman game which they lost to Lansing Waverly. All mem¬ bers are looking forward to helping the Varsity this year. PRICE SINGER HAMLIN SCORES Fowlerville. ... 4 Leslie.11 Dansville.3 Dexter.3 Pinckney . 4 Fowlerville. ... 9 Leslie.2 Lansing Waverly .... 9 Dansville.1 Dexter.0 Williamston . . . 0 Pinckney . 0 Stockbridge . . 4 Stockbridge . . 7 Stockbridge . . 8 Stockbridge . 16 Stockbridge . 11 Stockbridge . . 8 Stockbridge . . 7 Stockbridge . . 2 Stockbridge . . 0 Stockbridge . . 7 Stockbridge . 11 Stockbridge . . 8 BROOKS CARPENTER COACH 45 VARSITY BASEBALL FIRST ROW: R. Stephens, R. Poe, D. Bloxom, C. Poe, J. Singer, M. Otis, J. Hanson SECOND ROW: M. Conley, T. Howlett, R. White, G. Stowe, K. Barber, L. Earl, Coach Driscoll TIM HOWLETT RICK WHITE RODGER POE Tim Howlett and Rodger Poe were All County (ICL) selections, Poe for the second year in a row. Both were 3 year starters — Howlett in left field and Poe at 3rd base. Final League standing was 4th place. The Varsity hopes to improve on the 5-5 league record in 1967 and replace Leslie and Dansville in the top spot. 46 VARSITY BASEBALL - Continued SCORES We They 6 Leslie 4 4 Dansville 5 8 Williamston 1 4 Pinckney 2 0 Fowlerville 4 2 Chelsea 5 8 Dexter 0 3 Leslie 10 3 Pinckney 1 1 Dansville 4 4 Fowlerville 6 1 Dexter 5 6 Williamston 3 LARRY EARL DAN BLOXOM COACH DRISCOLL KNEELING: T. Howlett, C. Poe, D. Bloxom, M. Conley, M. Otis, R. White STANDING: R. Poe, L. Earl, K. Barber VARSITY CLUB PURPOSES: 1. Create a good fellowship among varsity athletes. 2. Promote a high standard of athletics. 3. Promote a good feeling between the school and high school varsity letter-winners. 4. Create better sportsmanship in games and everyday living. ROW 1: Mr. Boyd, John Allen, Mike Otis, Gary Horst, Bruce Barbour, Marty Lindberg, Bob Burton, Jim Castle, Donald Hannewald, Jim Hanson ROW 2: Bob Price, Richard Risner, Jack Pelton, Brian Boyce, Jerry Kunzelman, Bob Trapp, Russ Stephens, Joe Singer ROW 3: Steve Collins, Sid Smith, Mike Brann, Larry Earl, Don Cambum, Dave Mills, Tom Clark, Denis Barber, Phil Harris, Eddie Porzsolt 48 ORGANIZATIONS ADVISORY COMMITTEE JS ; SrHs 11 Mr. Howlett, Mr. Schmult, Mrs. Thornbury, Mr. Radowski, Mr. Nash The Advisory Committee forms a liaison between the principal and faculty members. The committee discusses ideas which might help improve the school. They relay problems to the principal’s office and discuss certain problems. BAND BOOSTER OFFICERS MOWN MOWN l MUSIC « ♦ »» ' »• ♦ !! ♦ ' [IQWN ' 5 MUSIC ' •««. ., » 4 « » 4 «. 4444 «4«»»“ ' 4 4 4 4 4 4.«.« l i4ttM4li«f ::.v " l«4t ' • ' till Elaine Singer, Mary Lou Baldwin, Margaret Wild The Band Boosters are in the process of pur¬ chasing new uniforms for the band members. They sponsored Chicken Barbecues and many candy sales. In addition to help earning money for uniforms, they purchased instruments and med¬ als. Key to page 113 1. Sue McKim 2. Steve Collins 3. Sue Brown 4. Joe Singer 5. Mary Reed 6. Ed Porzsolt 7. James Brown 8. Dave Mills 9. Ellen O’Brien 10. Sue Rob 11. Mike Lukenich 12. Marty Lindberg Key to page 114 1. Donna and Dean Bachelor 2. Patty Hardt 3. Don Cambum 4. Mark Otis 5. Linda Richardson 6. Monika Skepenaitis 7. Bob Zick 8. Linda Stephens 9. Jan Hannewald 10. Nancy Zeitz 11. Steve Ward 12. Gene Cowan 13. Joe Duszynski 14. Suzanne Adams Key to page 115 1. Beverly May 2. Paula Arnett 3. Kim Gorrell Doug Sommer Dave Mills 4. Ruth Camp 5. Paul Stephens 6. Elarold Williams 7. Dick Frayer 8. Stan Samulak 9. Mary Feldpaush 10. Linda Price 11. Gary Hughes 12. Carolyn and Elizabeth Mi nix 13. Sandy Howard 14. Dave Minix 15. Larry Earl 50 FUTURE TEACHERS lm ' till 1! iil! |J l ini 1 1 if 1 1 ji wsr. iwjpi.j ' ini ill lJI IUUI1WL SEATED: L. Wright, R. Camp, Mrs. Ramsdell, A. Gibney, L. Topping, SECOND ROW: J. Risner, C. Lathrop, A. Myer, P. Hardt, M. Skepenai- tis, S. Howard, G. Landis, D. Austin, S. Rob, THIRD ROW: E. O’Brien, M. Reed, L. Stephens, S. Batchelor, R. Mikelonis, J. Stephens, S. Schultz, A. McCleer The Future Teachers of America is a club for students who are interested in entering the teach¬ ing profession. It is the purpose of the Club to teach students what is expected of teachers, so they will better understand what the teaching profes¬ sion tries to accomplish. The Club sponsored a tutoring program with funds from the federal government. The members used their spare time to help students. Other ac¬ tivities were helping teachers at the elementary and serving a tea at a teachers’ meeting. Judy at work Ruth at work 51 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS BACK ROW: Brenda Lohrer, Darla Lawrence, Vicki Readout, Diane Neeley, Paula Arnett, Carolyn Minix, Mildred Wilson, Debbie Woodman, Margie Mays, Roberta Griffus, Dorothy Harris, Dorothy Austin. MIDDLE ROW: Debbie Allen, JoAnn Sutliff, Judy Richmond, Ethel Craft, Linda Hertzler, Sue Frinkel, Faith Sheldon, Carolyn Cowan, Carolyn Bailey, Mary Hyden, Kathy Fletcher, FRONT ROW: Terri Collier, Chris Otis, Joann Thomas, Wanda Allen, Carol Richmond, Eleanor Craft, Diane Sc hubert, Darlene Myers, Elizabeth Minix, Mary Feldpausch, Miss Koszegi. The goal of the Future Homemakers of America is to help girls improve personal, family and community living. Each year mem¬ bers do projects for the betterment of other peoples lives. The FHA attends a convention at which there are many other groups and ex¬ change ideas. At the close of the school year the group has a picnic. OFFICERS: Roberta Griffus, Margie Mays, JoAnn Sutliff Elizabeth Minix, Darlene Myers, Mildred Wilson, Carolyn Minix, Miss Koszegi 52 FUTURE FARMERS FIRST ROW: Mr. Cronkhite, Paul Tibbits, Paul Lehman, Jim Myer, Kim Moeckel, Duane Schoonover, Ron Steffey SECOND ROW: Willis Risner, Francis May, Don Biehn, Flank Zeitz, Doug Prater, William Greene, Henry Castle, Garth Hannewald, Ron Neeley, Paul Arnett THIRD ROW: Ricky Fletcher, Tom Porter, Bill Wild, Larry Fitch, Randy Hegge, Harry Doesburg, Jerry Asquith, Dean Bachelor, Ricky Allen, Doug Bradley, James Baum FOURTH ROW: Jerry Risner, Dave Carpenter, David Minix, Bill Allen, Stan Samulak, John Messer, Dick Salisbury, Harry Hawkins, David Ottoman, George Wild, Mike Otis FIFTH ROW: Larry Hackworth, Ron Clark, Roy Johnson, Albert Risner, Ron Hawkins, John Donohue, Darrel Williams, Dan Wilson, Har lil Williams, Doug Sommer SIXTH ROW: Gregory Jock, Don Musbach, Bob Hoffman, Chris Bailey, Ron Borges, John Samulak, John Roberts, Joe Marshall, Tom Parks, Paul Runciman Officers for 1966-67 are: President, James Myer; Vice-President, Kim Moeckel; Secretary, Paul Lehman; Treasurer, Duane Schoonover; Sentinel, Ronald Steffey; Reporter, Paul Tibbetts. The Stockbridge Chapter FFA has 80 members enrolled in Vocational Agriculture. With the inception of the Vocational Act of 1963 many changes have been instilled in the local curriculum to meet the needs of the city boy as well as the farm boy taking agriculture. At the advanced level, Farm and Personal finance, the use of money and credit along with many principles of economics are being stressed. The principles and concepts will be of value in any walk of life. A. C. Allen was the high individual in the State FFA Soil Judging Contest. Stockbridge also earned a Gold Award in the State FFA Soil Contest. Members of the judging team were A. C. Allen, Paul Risner and Paul Lehman. LIBRARY CLUB BACK ROW: Miss Stephens, M. Reed, L. Price, I. King, R. Streets, D. Harris, Mrs. Ramsdell. FRONT ROW: J. Sutliff, C. Minix, P. Bradley, S. Richardson, C. Cowan, C. Dixon, S. Rachow I. King, S. Rachow, S. Richardson, J. Sutliff The Library Club includes girls from grades nine through twelve. Stu¬ dent library assistants provide invalu¬ able help in helping to make the school library run smoothly during the school day. Besides giving excellent as¬ sistance, they also gain valuabla expe¬ rience from their library work. D. Harris, C. Cowan, M. Reed, R. Streets C. Dixon, C. Minix, P. Bradley, L. Price 54 PAPER STAFF Sport’s Editors: JIM HANSON DAN BLOXOM Editors: LORI PRICE CHRIS DIXON Typists: SUE ROB MONIKA SKEPENAITIS STANDING: C. Delong, B. Yerks, J. Sutliff, S. Rob, P. Stephens, S. Samulak, J. Hanson, G. Allen, D. Gillmore, R. Borges, D. Bloxom, R. Stein, M. Skepenaitis, L. Stephens, S. Parks, J. Brown, S. Howard. Crooked Column Ed.: PAUL STEPHENS Misspelling Ed.: JOANN SUTLIFF Art Ed.: JANE KILLAM Feature Editors: SANDY HOWARD BEV YERKS 55 SCIENCE CLUB Ray Mikelonis, Deb Woodman, Mike Lehman, Jack Gould, Chris Dixon, Dave James, Bob James, John Robinson, Lori Price, Diane Neeley, Tom James, Joe Mikelonis, Darlene Meyers, Frank Stephens, Mr. Blair. SPANISH CLUB II " 1 P? ft I 11 -1 1 f ■ if | j _LL _ I SEATED: Carol Richmond, Miss Cash, Doty Dancer Gwen Victorian, Randy Myers, Tim Boultbee, Bruce Barbour, Tom James, Don Hannewald, Jack Sturgill, Judy Stephens, Deb Glenn, Steve Batchelor, Mike Conley, Bob Foster, Lissa Price, Ellen O’Brien, Dorothy Harris. 56 STUDENT COUNCIL mtifi jhh n n in« nmi j jb mi m Mi i! j F Ir v; ' ▼ ? ■ft ' mr « pj| -4 ' K j , V L I i H f V v ||Eni jH il III sm r 1 f jbHk i l fi V f xIekv ' iir M A B. Howlett, M. Lindberg, S. Smith, D. Bachelor, M. Rob, N. Hannewald, K. Baldwin, P. Weddon, G. Hannewald, B. Barbour, Mr. Boyd, E. Porzsolt, R. Mead, D. Howlett WINNING CANDIDATE Ellen Marty The Student Council Elec¬ tion was highlighted this year by the presentation of the Michigan flag by the Ameri¬ can Legion. OPPOSING CANDIDATE Bob Sid The Student Council consists of twelve voting members and a faculty advisor without voting power. Their purposes are: 1. To emphasize training in good citizenship and sterling character. 2. To promote the activities of the school. 3. To promote in all ways the best interests and ideals of the school. 57 DEBATE TEAMS Diane Hazell and Faye Camp — AFFIRMATIVE TEAM Patrice Weddon and Gary Horst — NEGATIVE TEAM This year’s debate topic was. Resolved: That the Foreign Aid Program of the United States be limited to non-military assistance. Since this is a question in everyone’s mind and a world prob¬ lem, the debate team found the topic very interesting. There were only four regular debates this season: O’Rafferty, Holt, Waverly, and School of the Blind. Several of these debates were postponed because of snow. On February 8th the debate team traveled to Western Parma for the District Tournaments. Stockbridge debated the School of the Blind, Western Parma, and Concord. The team won three out of six debates. Since two other schools won four, the team did not go to the Regional Debates. Debate is the teacher of many things, namely; organization, speech, and poise. Debate is not all fun. It is a lot of hard work, but time spent in debate is very worthwhile. 58 FORENSICS Mrs. Anderson, Faye Camp Forensics cultivates speaking ability. These people compete with other schools in the area. Their speeches are judged on de¬ livery and voice. Gary Horst HM Diana Frinkle, Chris Collier, Sue Rachow Coach . Interpretative Reading. . . Extemporaneous Speaking Declamation . Multiple Reading Humorous Reading Mrs. Anderson .Faye .Gary .Diana Chris Sue . Bruce Debbie Cora Kathy .Kathy Mary Jack Bruce Pat Sally Bruce Barbour, Debbie Glenn, Cora Barnard, Kathy Jarrell Kathy Jarrell, Mary Hartsuff, Jack Sturgill, Bruce Barbour, Pat Kish- paugh, Sally White 59 YEARBOOK STAFF Ellen O’Brien, Mrs. Cassidy, Ruth Camp Sandy Howard, Bev May As every staff member knows, a yearbook is the result of endless time and effort. However, when the final deadlines are met, the staff feels a sense of ac¬ complishment in a job well done. The yearbook staff en¬ joyed creating the ’67 PANTHER and we hope you find a great amount of satisfaction in remem¬ bering the past events of this school year. Judy Stephens, Jan Hannewald Donna Bachelor, Mary Reed 60 Clarinda Flannery, Diane Hazell Gary Horst, Steve Muraf PEP CLUB FIRST ROW: K. Baldwin, M. Skepenaitis, J. Singer, P. Hardt, P. Harris, F. Singer, P. Singer, L. Topping, Mrs. Anulewicz, Mrs. Heiligmann, S. Howard. SECOND ROW: M. Caudill, L. Stephens, S. Brown, M. Reed, J. Donohue, J. Killam, J. Samulak, J. Anderson, J. Castle, S. Ward, S. White. THIRD ROW: S. Conley, J. Morgan, C. Cowan, L. Myers, D. Harris, G. Victorian, L. Wright, J. Risner, C. Dixon, L. Price, P. Stephens, K. Jarrell. FOURTH ROW: C. Flannery, D. Hazel, D. Brown, T. Collier, T. Wright, A. Gibney, C. Lathrop, D. Dancer, R. Mikelonis, M. Lehman, S. Rob. FIFTH ROW: B. McKim, P. Weddon, K. Malan, M. Murphy, L. Crockett, D. Minix, B. Frayer, L. Dancer, J. Boyce, C. Grosshans, J. Freer, L. Price, B. Howlett. SIXTH ROW: M. Hartsuff, B. Glover, S. Shultz, M. Brann, R. Hughes, Y. Hardt, J. Millhouse The Pep Club is a newly organized club this year. It met with great approval by the student body. Formed to heighten school spirit and develop good sportsmanship, The Pep Club does a fine job of repre¬ senting Stockbridge athletic competition. Our advisors, Mrs. Heiligmann and Mrs. Anulewicz, have directed the Pep Club with a great deal of enthusiasm. PEP CLUB OFFICERS 61 SENIOR TWIRLERS Sue Brown, Kay Randolph 1st ROW Debbie Glenn, Steve Batchelor, Terry Greenamyer, Linda Mackinder, Joan Boyce 2nd ROW Ellen O’Brien, Jan Hannewald, Judy Donohue, Linda Caudill, Kathy Jarrell, Mary Hartsuff, Linda Stoffer, Linda Rich¬ ardson 3rd ROW Mary Rob, Lrank Stephens, Carol Switzenberg, Trances Jarrell, Wanda Allen, Linda Duszynski, Pat Shellenbarger, Den¬ nis Owen, Julia Morgan, Don Howard, Karen Prater, Rosemary Stephens, Carolyn Cowan, Marifaith Myer 4th ROW Jerry Kunzelman, Sue Schulzt, Bruce Goodlock, Jeff Schooler, Mark Hartsuff, Dan Bloxom, John Donohue, John Curtis, Mr. Davidson, Dave Shellenbarger, Steve Collins, Mike Lehman The Senior Band, under the direction of Mr. Charles Davidson, participated in many ac¬ tivities this year. Some of these activities in¬ cluded the annual spring and winter concerts, the District Festival, Band Day, and the pres¬ entation of football half-time shows. Several members of the band also took part in the Solo and Ensemble Festival, and two members, Ruth Camp and Sue Rob, participated in the All-Star Band. The band was also very busy trying to raise funds to purchase badly needed uniforms. We are grateful to the School Board and to the Band Boosters Club who donated money to this cause. Debbie Brown, Nancy Zeitz, Sue Brown, Terri Collier, Kay Ran¬ dolph 62 ” i BAND TWIRLERS Terri Collier, Debbie Brown 1st ROW Faye Camp, Barb Glover, Doty Dancer, Jeanne Pucket 2nd ROW Nancy Zeitz, Rose Asquith, Steve Lindberg, John Robinson, Garth Hannewald, Carolyn Lathrop 3rd ROW Kathy Dorer, Sally White, Yvonne Hardt, Nancy Shepard, Marty Schubert, Dave Clark, Nathan Glenn, Kay Baldwin, Don Hannewald, Sue Rob, John Whitehead 4th ROW Bruce Barber, John Millhouse, Doug Atkinson, Cindy Grosshans, Terry Krummery, Bill Wild, Doug Wild, Jim Rick, Ruth Camp, Gary Horst OIL CAN WINNERS The Oil Can Award is one of the few awards a deserving band member can ob¬ tain. This year two Seniors, Nancy Zeitz and Dan Bloxom, were presented with this coveted award. These two band members were honored not only because of their musical talent, but also because of their willingness to cooperate at all rehearsals and public performances. JUNIOR VARSITY BAND 2 ja 5 o c a -C 2 —■ U ” C3 c 2 _c ■O c » O t-i Z, o “z 2 DC X1 43 uj wj a- 3 _z j= . X3 , OJ V OSj ' r- £ 2 o £ DC r a D_ H Z Z DC z u X O UJ JUNIOR HIGH BAND FRONT ROW: Mark Schertzing, Tom Biehn, Jody Ward, Joy Hartstuff, Debbie Holt, Amy Weddon, Nancy Hannewald, Cinnie Glenn, Jill Baldwin, Pam McAllister, Margene Gladstone, Kathy Proctor SECOND ROW: Cherryl Bloxom, Betty Horst, Mary Titus, Kitty Sommers, Beth Schmeder, Mary Clark, Carol Humrich, Cindy Dickens, Patty Stevens, Steve Batdorff, Margie Prescott, Glenn Richmond, Ron Owens, Peggy Rudolph, Debbie Boyd, Jerry Krummery, John Robu THIRD ROW: Gary Topping, Edith Brooks, Dawn Rhines, Alex Weddon, Mike Salon, Rita Morgan, Mary Wild, Norman Lantis, Larry Cobb, Teddy Robu, Dawn Hartstuff, Judy Stephens, Jeff Jarrell, Gary Lewis, Craig Collins, Mark Denome FOURTH ROW: Roberta Kishpaugh, Nancy Otto, Chris Glenn, Gary Allen, Gary Whitaker, Donald Brown, Tom Campbell, Director David¬ son TWIRLERS KNEELING: Jody Ward, Cinnie Glenn, Amy Weddon STANDING: Debbie Boyd, Jackie Sa¬ lyer, Bob Foster, Debbie Holt, Rita Morgan 66 JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS T 1 IE , ] » i w ■ mi f v w m i A « f Wh 0 f 4 i-l H : a i i ( S mm f ! ] ■ i u , 11 J ■ 1111 1st ROW: Cinnie Glenn, Spring Lindstrom, Jodie Ward, Dawn Hartsuff, Kristen Glenn, Peggy Anderson, Marilyn McConeghy, Cindy Dixon, Janice Wright, Donna Bishop, Sandra Fitch, Kathy Proctor, Nancy Otto, Judy Gould, Nancy Hannewald, Tonuah Hughes, Dave Brown, Barbara Atwood, Brenda Hackworth, Sharon Minix. ( 2nd ROW: Ellen Risner, Linda Salyer, Linda Cole, Judy Clark, Lenora Salyer, Donna Feldpausch, Rita Morgan, Jill Baldwin, Sandra Long, Joan Duszynski, Debbie Boyd, Judy Craft, Karen Barbour, Roberta Kishpaugh, Elizabeth Jarrell, Kathy Barbour, Betty Horst, Carol Long, Miss Pryor. 3rd ROW: Glenda Green, Penny Kintz, Edith Brooks, Bonnie Mullins, Polly Rudolph, Jackis Salyer, Bette Riggs, Denise Miller, Hope Sheldon, Terry Fletcher, Carol Schubert, Sue Cowan, Donna Biehn, Sara Hyden. 4th ROW: Rebecca Muraf, Mary Parks, Helen Porter, Ann Bailey, Carol Humerick, Debbie Stoffer, Susan Frayer, Sally Woodman, Flora Ashbaugh, Becky Rob, Nancy Singer, Janet Stevens, Debbie Holt, Cheryl Bloxom. 5th ROW: Debbie Robinson, Pam McAllister, Martha Young, Melanie Hodges, Thelma Jones, Charles Hertzler, James Asquith , Jesse Campbell, John Robu, James McKune, Lynette Grosshans, Brenda Wordon, Margie Gladstone, Susan Smith, Marie Horn. The Junior High Chorus took part in the annual Christmas Concert. They also sang for the December and final meeting of the PTA. The Chorus was fortu¬ nate to attend the “Sound of Music” in February. Be¬ sides Miss Pryor, Mrs. Holt, Mrs. Schubert and Mrs. Cassidy accompanied the group to Jackson. Debbie Stoffer, Lynette Grosshans Cinnie Glenn, Nancy Hannewald ACCOMPANISTS Flora Ashbaugh, Becky Rob 67 TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS TREE GLEE FIRST ROW: Patty Hardt, Sally White, Cindy Grosshans, Kay Baldwin, Carol Switzenberg, Clarinda Flannery, Yvonne Hardt SECOND ROW: Francis Jarrell, Gail Heron, Susan Schultz, Judy Donahue, Marifaith Myer, Debbie Collier, Becky McKim THIRD ROW: Nancy Shepherd, Beth Frayer, Diane Frinkel, Barb Glover, Lois Dancer, Rosemary Stevens, Karen Prater, Susann McKim, Ruth Camp, Linda Topping, Susan Rachow FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Lathrop, Sherry Conley, Mary Ann Caudill, Karen Malan, Judy Weitlauf, Joann Boyce, Linda Mackinder, Gwen Victorian, Gail Landis, Judy Topping, Diane Propst FIFTH ROW: Linda Stephens, Linda Cauaill, Pat Kishpaugh, Kathy Dorer, Kaye Randolph, Jan Hannewald, Mary Hartsuff, Dean¬ na Risner, Cora Barnard, Lori Jacobs, Heather Streets SIXTH ROW: Nancy Zeitz, Sue Brown, Linda Stoffer, Joan McGee, Julie Millhouse, Ann McCleer, Judy Wilson, Nancy Tisch, Terry Greenamyer SEVENTH ROW: Mary Rob, Donna Bachelor, Judy Stephens, Ellen O’Brien TOP ROW: Kathy Fletcher 68 I CLUB OFFICERS: Treasurer, Becky McKim President, Patty Hardt Vice-president, Linda Stephens Secretary, Cathy Dorer ACCOMPANISTS: Maryfaith Myer, Terry Greenamyer, Sally White, Patty Hardt, Cindy Grosshans, Kay Baldwin The Girls’ Glee Club worked hard this year in preparing their music for the Thanksgiving and Christmas Assemblies. The Glee Club also sang for the Lions Club and gave their an¬ nual Christmas Concert, which featured the “Singing Christmas Tree.” The Glee Club was fortunate to receive new robes this year. The Lions Club started the fund raising campaign with private donations and the school district contributing. The girls practiced diligently and participated in the Spring Festival on April 4 at Howell. DIRECTOR: Miss Stephens 69 HONOR SOCIETY COMMITTEE Mrs. O’Brien, Mrs. Osterman, Mr. Nash, Mr. Howlett, Mrs. Thornbury ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE For the first time an Honor Society has been formed at Stockbridge High School. To be¬ come a member a candidate must be rated by his teachers and final selections made by the sponsors. The purpose of the program is to offer rec¬ ognition to outstanding youth, and through such recognition, to open the way to deeper objectives. To be eligible for membership a student must have a “B” or better average and must also possess such other important qualities as service, leadership and character. The Honor Society encompasses the person as a whole, not only the quality of his school work, but also the quality of his person. Mr. Boyd, Ed Porzsolt, Sid Smith, Dean Batchelor, Mary Rob, Mr. Don¬ nelly Key to page 18 1. Mr. Woodman 2. Mrs. O ' Brien 3. Mrs. Cassidy 4. Miss Stephens 5. Mr. Lawrie 6. Mrs. Osterman 7. Mrs. Ramsdell 8. Mr. Loso 9. Mr. Radowski 10. Mr. Barry The Student Council President appoints four students from the student council. Two teachers are also appointed to serve on the Assembly Committee. The main function of the committee is to select programs that are educational and entertaining to £ oth students and teachers. They pres¬ ent the student body with four programs a year. 70 Chris Dixon Dan Howlett Betty Riggs Tom Campbell We thought it appropriate this year to devote a page to the injured since casts and crutches were a common scene in our halls. The accidents were from various things, namely: Jan Hannewald INJURIES Mr. Loso Mrs. Bogart Carl Beachy Carol Humrich Joe Singer 1) Tobogganing 2) Basketball injuries 3) Football injuries 4) Gym classes 5) Horseback riding 6) Stepping on foreign objects BUS DRIVERS COOKS: Evadeen Sommer, Madeline Woll, Helen Sharland (Several were absent when) picture was taken —,— ; o - ■ r- P n 3 ° a o rt cr -■ c 3 o. 3 ' 3 TJ 0 3 3 CTQ O " t 0 rt p 3 P C 5 r - 3 P r-+ O P 3 H 3- O C 3 C 3 n O ►1 0 0 o ' 0 O -o_ CZJ rT ►i r-t- O O 3 Cl 3 O C 3 ■- 70 P 2 CD ni ro 2-1 n _J CD -OS 0 070 p p o ■- K‘ 3 =• 3 ?0 c P =1 O « CD D - =3“ ju CJ pin =: cr a. _. n t» - o D CLASSES SEVENTH GRADE Allen, Angela Allen, Stephen Anderson, Peggy Asquith, James Atchison, Pamela Atwood, Barbara Bailey, Ann Bailey, James Baker, Elaine Baldwin, Jill Barbour, Karen Barbour, Kathy Barker, Barbara Barker, Todd Batdorff, Steve Bishop, Donna Bloxom, Sheryl Boyd, Deborah Brooks, Edith Brown, David Brown, Donald Bruder, Rhonda Campbell, Jessie Campbell, Thomas Carpenter, Judy Caskey, Jeffrey Cavender, Deborah Chrisinski, David Clark, Mary Coan, David Cobb, Larry Cole, Linda Cole, Ricky Cole, " Sharon Conley, Brian | SEVENTH GRADE — Continued Cosgray, Sharon Crockett, Charles DeLong, Leon Denome, Mark Dixon, Cynthia Fay, Kathleen Feldpausch, Donna Fitch, Sandra Fitzpatrick, Rotha Fletcher, Gary Fletcher, Ronnie Fletcher, Terry Freiermuth, Deborah Frinkle, Ricky Gauss, Randy Gladstone, Margene Glenn, Cynthia Glenn, Kristen Gorrell, Dennis Gould, Judy Hackworth, Brenda Handshoe, Taulbee Hannewald, Nancy Hartsuff, Dawn Hayes, William Jr. Horn, Marie Horst, Betty Howard, Connie Hughes, Tonuah Humrich, Carol James, Robert Jarrell, Elizabeth Jarrell, Jeffrey Jenkins, Lynn Kintz, Penny 75 SEVENTH GRADE - Continued Kishpaugh, Roberta Kothe, Gregory Kothe, Karen Krummery, Jerry Krummery, Larry Landis, Norman Lindstrom, Spring Long, Carol Mackinder, Richard McAllister, Pamela McConeghy, Marilyn McKune, Deborah McKune, James Mannor, John Marshall, Hank Marshall, Jack Marshall, Larry Messer, Robert Mikelonis, Thomas Miller, Denise Moffat, Perry Mullins, Bonnie Mullins, Rosemary Myer, Kenneth Myers, Todd Myher, Daniel Otto, Nancy Ottoman, Larry Proctor, Kathi Rhines, Dawn Riba, Esther Richmond, Glenn Richmond, Robert Richmond, Ronald Risner, Donnie 76 SEVENTH GRADE - Continued OFFICERS: John Robu Larry Krummery Nancy Hannewald Chris Dixon Cinnie Glenn Risner, Ellen Robinson, Debra Robu, John Rudolph, Polly Salyer, Jackie Salyer, Linda Salyers, Lenora Samons, Carol Samulak, Gloria Saylor, Dennest Scheming, Mark Schroder, Elizabeth Schubert, Carol Shackelford, Jan Smith, Kenneth Smith, Susan Stephens, Cleo Summers, Kitty Topping, Gary Vogel, Ruth Ward, Jodie Weddon, Alex Weddon, Amy Whitaker, Gary Wild, Mary Woodman, Sally Workman, Esta Wright, Nettie Wright, Ronald Young, Martha Absent when pictures were made PHOTO Not Available PHOTO Not Available 77 EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS: Flora Ashbaugh Dan Howlett Becky Rob Pete Gibney Adams, Daniel Adams, Jennifer Adams, John Allen, Jaunita Allen, Roger Allen, Taylor Alsept, Gwendolyn Arnett, Daniel Ashbaugh, Flora Bachelor, Marcia Bailey, Gary Bailey, Judy Baker, Duane Baldwin, Mark Banks, Gary Barker, Kim Barnett, Daniel Baum, Martha Bebee, Robert Biehn, Diane EIGHTH GRADE — Continued Biehn, Thomas Bradley, Donald Brooks, Marlene Brown, Bascom Castle, Robert Catt, Jewell Collins, Craig Conley, Gary Cowan, Susan Craft, Judy Crockett, Robert Curtis, Kathleen Curton, Melvin Dancer, Coy Dancer, Melissa Duszynski, Joann Duszynski, Thomas Elliott, Bonnie Elliott, Ronnie Flannery, John Fletcher, Charlotte Fletcher, Deborah Fletcher, Ralph Flint, Howard Fortner, Jane Fortner, Vicki Frayer, Susan Freiermuth, Daniel Frey, Paul Frinkle, Marvin Gibney, Peter Glover, David Gould, Jack Greene, Glenda Grosshans, Lynette Abfnt PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE EIGHTH GRADE - Continued Gutierrez, Louis Hackworth, Rita Hamlin, Robert Hartsuff, Joye Haverty, Donald Hawkins, Richard Heinzman, James Herring, John Hertzler, Charles Hodges, Melanie Hoffman, Barbara Holt, Deborah Hoover, Gary Horn, Thomas Howlett, Daniel Hyden, Sara James, David Jones, Thelma Kilgore, Robert Krummery, Barry Kunzelman, Kenneth Lawson, Joyce Lewis, William Lewis, Gary Long, Robert Long, Sandra Loso, Richard Ludtke, Gary Marshall, Kathy McClinchey, Rodney McConeghy, Daniel McConeghy, Sharlene McGlothen, Glen Messer, Delmer Minix, Sharon 80 EIGHTH GRADE - Continued Morgan, Rita Mullins, Roger Muraf, Rebecca Myer, Timothy Myers, Robert Nagley, Rebecca Nichol, Lauri Osborne, Larry Osborne, Loy Osborne, Mike Ottoman, Christine Owen, Linda Owen, Rodney Parker, Dennis Parks, John Parks, Mary Pelton, Roger Porter, Helen Prentice, Wayne Prescott, Margie Price, Benjamin Radowski, Susan Rhines, William Riba, Phyllis Richmond, Thomas Richmond, William Rickman, Glenn Riggs, Bette Rob, Rebecca Robu, Theodore Rowe, Wanda Rubert, Rebecca Rudd, Ruth Rudolph, Peggy Salow, Micheal 81 EIGHTH GRADE - Continued Arriving at the dance. Beckie Nagley Sue Cowan Brenda Worden Samons, Paulene Samulak, Micheal Schertzing, Christopher Schultz, Gary Sheldon, Hope Singer, Nancy Steffey, Shirley Stephens, Patricia Stephens, Judy Stevens, Diane Stevens, Janet Stoffer, Deborah PHOTO Not Available Sturgill, Mack Titus, Mary Walz, Lionel Whitehead, Richard Wilson, David Worden, Brenda Workman, Barbara Wright, Edna Wright, Howard Zeitz, Peggy 82 FRESHMEN OFFICERS: Don Howard Frank Stephens Garth Hannewald Patrice Weddon Mary Ann Caudill Clarinda Flannery Abbey, Edward Adams, Duane Allen, Deborah Alsept, Blake Arnett, Paul Asquith, Lynn Austin, Dorothy Barker, Duane Baum, Jackie Baum, James Bennett, Benny Biehn, Daniel Biehn, Donna Bradley, Douglas Brady, Charles Brown, Deborah Brown, Sharon Byrd, Debra Carpenter, Ted Castle, Henry Catt, Larry 83 FRESHMEN — Continued PHOTO Not Available Caudill, Mary Ann Chrisinski, Charles Cobb, Richard Collier, Deborah Collier, Terri Collins, James Conley, Sherry Crockett, Linda Curton, Barbara Dancer, Lois Flannery, Clarinda Fletcher, Rick Ford, Tom Frayer, Elizabeth Freiermuth, Brenda Glenn, Nathan Glover, Barbara Goodlock, Bruce Greene, William Hackworth, Larry Hannewald, Garth Harris, Mable Hartley, Dennis Harvey, Rebecca Hazell, Diane Hertzler, Linda Hoffman, Robert Hoover, Woodrow Howard, Donald Hewlett, Christopher Hughes, Larry Hughes, Richard Humrick, Linda Hyden, Douglas Jacobs, Lori 84 FRESHMEN — Continued Jarrell, Dennis Jenkins, Gary Jock, Gregory Johnson, Karen King, Archie Knott, Norman Lawrence, Darla Lindberg, Steven Lohrer, Brenda Lukenich, Theresa Malan, Karen Marshall, Dorwin Marshall, Joseph Marshall, Lome Marshall, Orne Marshall, Reuben Maschke, Beverly May, Francis Mayer, Brent McKim, Rebecca McLaughlin, Ella Messner, Maureen Mikelonis, Joseph Millhouse, Julie Mills, Thomas Minix, Darla Moeckel, SueZuella Mullins, Gary Muraf, Risha Murphy, Mary Myer, Marifaith Myer, Ralph Myhers, Robert Oakley, Gary Otis, Christine 85 ■Hi FRESHMEN — Continued PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE Outwater, Craig Owen, David Parks, Jane Parks, Thomas Patten, Linda Patten, Sue Porter, Thomas Prater, Carol Prater, Douglas Prater, Karen Push, Janet Randolph, Kaye Readout, Vickie Richmond, Judy Richmond, Warren Risner, Paul Risner, Willis Rosher, Roger Rudd, Geraldine Salisbury, Dick Schubert, Martin Shepard, Nancy Shiver, Pamela Shortz, Kathy Singer, Patrick Smith, Donald Stapleton, Sharon Stephens, Frank Stevens, Rosemary Streets, Robin Teachout, Roger Thomas, Joann Topping, Judy Valenti, Mary Ward, Dee Ann 86 FRESHMEN — Continued Wetzel, Bonnie Wild, William Wild, Douglas Wild, George Wilson, Bradley Wood, Steven Wright, Ronnie Wright, Tresia Zeitz, Hank Zick, Edward 87 SOPHOMORES Acton, Terry Allen, Robert OFFICERS: Don Hannewald Bruce Barbour Kathy Jarrell Mary Hartsuff Jack Sturgill Kay Baldwin Allen, Wanda Arnett, Donald Arnett, Lawrence Asquith, Rose Bailey, Carlen Bailey, Christopher Bailey, Earl Bailey, William Baldwin, Kay Barbour, Bruce Barbour, Phillip Boultbee, Timothy Boyce, Joann Bradley, Ethel Bradley, Paula Brainard, Steven Brown, John Camp, Faye Carpenter, Janet Castro, Joseph 5 NO PHOTO Chrisinski, Micheal Clark, David Collier, Christopher Codings, Judy Cosgray, Margie 88 SOPHOMORES - Continued Cowan, Carolyn Cowan, David Cowan, Kathy Cowan, Nancy Craft, Eleanor Dancer, Doty Donohue, John Duszynski, Frank Duszynski, Linda Ewers, Tammy Fletcher, Kathy Fletcher, Marilyn Fletcher, Rella Ford, Rob Foster, Robert Freer, Judy Gibney, Dennis Gorrell, Mark Grosshans, Cindy Hackworth, Roger Hamlin, Thomas Hannewald, Donald Hardt, Yvonne Harris, Phillip Hartsuff, Mark Hartsuff, Mary Hartsuff, Richard Hawkins, Howard Heinzman, Thomas Heron, Gail Holloway, Daniel James, Thomas Jarrell, Kathy Johnson, Roy Kellenberger, Bonnie on SOPHOMORES - Continued Kothe, Keith Krummery, Steven Kunzelman, Dwight Leatherberry, Lucinda Lehman, Micheal Lehman, Susan Mackinder, Linda Marshall, Robert Mays, Margie McGee, Joan Mikelonis, Ray Morgan, Julie Muraf, Steven Myer, Linda Myers, Randall Myher, William Osborne, Leon Otis, Micheal Prater, Ray Prater, Rhoda Price, Lissa Puckett, Jeanne Rachow, Susan Rich, Linda Richardson, Susan Richmond, Carol Rick, James Risner, Richard Robinson, John Rowe, Jerry Rowse, Lynn Samulak, Mary Saylor, Corleen Schooler, Jeffrey Schoonover, Carol 90 SOPHOMORES - Continued Schubert, Diane Schultz, Susan Sheele, James Sheldon, Faith Sheldon, Ronald Shellenbarger, David Simonds, Edward Singer, Fred Steffey, Ronald Stephens, Thomas Stevens, Rick Stowe, Russell Sturgill, Jack Tibbitts, Paul Trapp, Robert Victorian, Gwendolyn Vogel, Robert Weitlauf, Judy Whitaker, Diana Whitaker, Geral White, Sally Williams, Clyde Williams, Darrell Wilson, Daniel Wilson, Rose 91 JUNIORS CLASS OFFICERS Angela Gibney Becky Howlett Deborah Glenn Mary Rob Ann McCleer Ron Mead Jim Hanson Anderson, John Arnett, Wannetta Asquith, Jerry Baldwin, Gary Barber, Denis Barker, William Barnard, Cora Beachy, Carl Borges, Ronald Boyce, Brian Bradley, Brenda Bradley, David Bradley, Kathryn Bradley, Patricia Brann, Michael Brooks, Philip Carpenter, David Castle, James Caudill, Linda Cavender, JoAnn 92 JUNIORS — Continued Cole, Wanda Codings, Ronald Conley, Micheal Craft, Ethel Craft, Gordon Curtis, John Daugherty, Barbara DeLong, Cynthia Dixon, Christine Dorer, Kathleen Finch, Linda Fitch, Larry Fransted, Steven Frinkel, Diana Gibney, Angela Gillmore, Diane Glenn, Deborah Greenamyer, Terry Griffus, Roberta Grosshans, Fred Hamlin, Jack Hannewald, Dennis Hanson, James Harris, Dorothy Hartley, Daniel Haverty, William Hawkins, Harry Hawkins, Ronald Horn, Rick Horst, Gary Howard, Ronald Howlett, Rebecca Hyden, Mary Jarrell, Frances Killam, Jane No Phofo AVAILABLE 93 JUNIORS - Continued King, Inez Kishpaugh, Patricia Krummery, Terry Kunzelman, Jerry Landis, Gail Lathrop, Carolyn Lehman, Paul Long, Mary Marshall, Jack McCleer, Ann McConeghy, David Mead, Ronald Meyer, Darlene Millhouse, John Musbach, Donald Myer, Ann Neeley, Dianne Neeley, Ronald Nott, Sandra Ottoman, David Owen, Dennis Owen, Jill Parks, Sharon Porzsolt, Suzanne Price, Lori Pr ice, Robert Propst, Diane Radowski, Tom Risner, Deanna Risner, Jeanette Risner, Jerry Rob, Mary Roberts, Homer Roberts, John Runciman, Paul 94 JUNIORS — Continued Linda Angela Jeannette Darlene Debbie Lori Linda Samulak, John Schubert, Barbara Schubert, Betty Sheldon, Ernest Shellenbarger, Patrick Shevrovich, Barbara Shevrovich, James Shew, Robert Shiver, Robert Simons, Dennis Steffey, Linda Stephens, Russell Stoffer, Linda Streets, Heather Sutliff, JoAnn Switzenberg, Carol Topping, Linda West, LeRoy Whitehead, John Williams, Junior Wisman, Charles Woodman, Deborah Wright, Linda Yerks, Beverly 95 SENIOR HONORS EARNED TOP HONOR STUDENTS SUE BROWN SUE ROB D.A.R. AWARD MARY REED ALL-COUNTY FOOTBALL STEVE COLLINS BETTY CROCKER AWARD The Panther Yearbook Staff is proud to acknowledge the winners of the following awards: The Valedictorian and the Salutatorian earned the two highest grade point aver¬ ages during their four years of high school. Each senior voted for the senior girl who they felt had shown the most citizenship for the D.A.R. Award. Of these, three girls were then voted upon by the members of the faculty. The Betty Crocker Homemaker Award was won by the senior girl who scored the highest in a nation-wide test sponsored by the Betty Crocker Kitchens. Steve Collins and Joe Singer were named to the All-County Football team this year as defensive linebacker and de¬ fensive tackle, respectively. SUE ROB ALL-COUNTY FOOTBALL JOE SINGER 96 MONIKA SKEPENAITIS LINDA PRICE HONOR STUDENTS These ten students are ranked next after the Valedictorian and Salutatorian in Scholastic achieve¬ ment. They have earned better than a three point average in their four years of high school. It is with pleasure that we devote this page to them. May they con¬ tinue their fine scholastic stand¬ ings. EDDIE PORZSOLT MARY REED ELLEN O’BRIEN SUSANN McKIM RICHARD FRAYER 97 SENIORS SUZANNE ADAMS Paper Staff 4 FHA 2 LARRY ADKINS Paper Staff 4 Debate 3 Steering Committee 3 Speech 2 SUZANNE ADAMS LARRY ADKINS BILL ALLEN Mixed Chorus 1 Paper Staff 4 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 GAIL ALLEN Paper Staff 4 FFA 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 BILL ALLEN GAIL ALLEN JOHN ALLEN FFA 1, 2, 3 Football 2 Wrestling 3, 4 Track 2, 4 PAULA ARNETT FHA 4 JOHN ALLEN PAULA ARNETT SENIORS — Continued DOUGLAS ATKINSON Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 2 Yearbook Staff 2, 3 Boys’ State DEAN BACHELOR Band 1, 2 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Forensics 1 Student Council 3, 4 Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2 Junior Play Senior Musical Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 Assembly Committee 4 DOUGLAS ATKINSON DEAN BACHELOR DONNA BACHELOR Glee Club 3, 4 Senior Musical Yearbook Staff 4 Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 3, 4 TIMOTHY BAILEY Paper Staff 4 FFA 2 Track 2, 3 DONNA BACHELOR TIMOTHY BAILEY STEPHEN BATCHELOR FTA 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1 Spanish Club 4 Debate 1, 2 Forensics 1, 2 Junior Play Senior Musical Steering Committee 1, 2 Boys’ Chorus 1 DAN BLOXOM Transfer Student from Port Huron Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Paper Staff 4 Senior Musical Baseball 2, 3, 4 STEPHEN BATCHELOR DAN BLOXOM SENIORS — Continued JAMES BROWN Paper Staff 4 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Musical Transfer student from Florida SUE BROWN Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Junior Play Senior Musical Steering Committee 2, 3 JAMES BROWN SUE BROWN ROBERT BURTON Band 1, 2 Football 2 Varsity Club 3, 4 Senior Musical Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 DONALD CAMBURN Band 1, 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2 Senior Musical Boys’ Chorus 1 Steering Committee 1, 2 ROBERT BURTON DONALD CAMBURN RUTH CAMP NICK CARPENTER RUTH CAMP Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1 FTA 4 Yearbook Staff 3, 4 Junior Play Senior Musical NICK CARPENTER FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 100 SENIORS — Continued GREGORY CIPTA JOHN CLARK Transfer student from London, England Senior Musical GREGORY CIPTA JOHN CLARK THOMAS CLARK Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 4 Escort 2 Junior Play Senior Musical SHARON COLE FHA 1 Library Club 4 THOMAS CLARK SHARON COLE REX COLLINGS STEPHEN COLLINS Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 T pic 1 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Escort 1 Senior Musical Boys’ State REX COLLINGS STEPHEN COLLINS SENIORS - Continued MARION GENE COWAN Baseball 1 Track 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Junior Play HARRY DOESBURG MARION GENE COWAN HARRY DOESBURG i JUDY DONAHUE Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Senior Musical EUGENE DRAPER Transfer student from West Branch JUDY DONAHUE EUGENE DRAPER ANDREW DUSZYNSKI JOSEPH DUSZYNSKI ANDREW DUSZYNSKI JOSEPH DUSZYNSKI 102 SENIORS — Continued L ARRY EARL Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 Senior Musical MARY FELDPAUSCH FHA 4 LARRY EARL MARY FELDPAUSCH RICHARD FRAYER Transfer student from Ypsilanti Lincoln Junior Play CHRISTINE FREY Library Club 3 RICHARD FRAYER CHRISTINE FREY SUZANNE FRINKEL FHA 1, 4 KIM GORRELL FFA 1, 2 Track 1, 2 SUZANNE FRINKEL KIM GORRELL 103 SENIORS — Continued JERRY HACKWORTH FFA 1 Football 1, 2 KAREN HAMLIN Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Debate 1, 2 Member of Court 2 Junior Play Senior Musical JERRY HACKWORTH KAREN HAMLIN PATRICIA HARDT FTA 3 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Member of Court 1 Homecoming Queen Senior Musical Pep Club JAN HANNEWALD Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Senior Musical Yearbook Staff 4 Steering Committee 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA HARDT JAN HANNEWALD RANDALL HEGGE SANDRA HOWARD RANDALL HEGGE SANDRA HOWARD FTA 3, 4 Paper Staff 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Steering Committee 1, 2, 3 Senior Musical Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 104 SENIORS - Continued GARY HUGHES DALE KELLENBERGER FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 GARY HUGHES DALE KELLENBERGER MICHAEL LUKENICH MARTIN LINDBERG MICHAEL LUKENICH MARTIN LINDBERG Band 1, 2, 3 Escort 4 Football 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Senior Musical Junior Play Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officers 3, 4 Science Club 1 Boys’ State Assembly Committee 3 Student Council 3 Student Council President 4 CLARKE MASCHKE BEVERLY MAY Library Club 1 Spanish Club 1, 2 Member of Court Senior Musical Yearbook Staff 3, 4 Steering Committee 3, 4 CLARKE MASCHKE BEVERLY MAY 105 DUANE MAYER FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Musical SUSANN MCKIM Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Senior Musical Steering Committee 2 DUANE MAYER SUSANN MCKIM DAVID MILLS Spanish Club 1, 2 Student Council 1, 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 Senior Musical Track 2 Class Oficers 1, 2 CAROLYN MINIX Library Club 4 FHA 3, 4 DAVID MILLS CAROLYN MINIX DAVID MINIX FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2 ELIZABETH MINIX FHA 3, 4 DAVID MINIX ELIZABETH MINIX 106 SENIORS — Continued KIM MOECKEL FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 ANDREW MOSLEY Transfer student from Dexter KIM MOECKEL ANDREW MOSLEY JAMES MYER FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 ELLEN O’BRIEN Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1 Spanish Club 4 FTA 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4 Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 4 Junior Play Senior Musical JAMES MYER ELLEN O’BRIEN MARK OTIS Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 3, 4 Varsity Club 4 FFA 1 JACK PELTON Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2 Baseball 4 Varsity Club 3, 4 Steering Committee 2 Class Officer 2 MARK OTIS JACK PELTON SENIORS — Continued CALVEN POE EDMUND PORZSOLT CALVEN POE Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 EDMUND PORZSOLT Band 1, 2 Forensics 1 Football 1, 2 Tennis 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 2, 3 Student Council 4 Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Assembly Committee 4 Junior Play Senior Musical LINDA PRICE Library Club 3 Debate 2 MARY MARGARET REED Debate 1, 2, 3 Forensics 1, 2 FTA 3, 4 Library Club 2, 4 FHA 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Pep Club 4 DAR Award Junior Play Senior Musical LINDA PRICE MARY MARGARET REED LINDA RICHARDSON ALBERT RISNER LINDA RICHARDSON Band 1, 4 Junior Play Senior Musical ALBERT RISNER FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 108 SENIORS SUE DELL RISNER Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 SUZANNE ROB FTA 3, 4 Paper Staff 4 Pep Club 4 Forensics 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 3, 4 Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Musical SUE DELL RISNER SUZANNE ROB STANLEY SAMULAK JOSEPH SINGER STANLEY SAMULAK Paper Staff 4 FFA 3, 4 Transfer student from Jackson JOSEPH SINGER Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 3 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 2 Debate 2, 3 Forensics 2 Pep Club 4 Senior Musical MONIKA SKEPINAITIS FTA 3, 4, Paper Staff 4 Pep Club 4, Spanish Club 1, 2 Debate 2, 3, Forensics 1 Member of Court 2 Steering Committee 2 Senior Musical SIDNEY SMITH Forensics 1 Student Council 1, 2, 3 Science Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 2, 4 Assembly Committee 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Musical MONIKA SKEPENAITIS SIDNEY SMITH 109 SENIORS — Continued DOUGLAS SOMMER FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 LARRY STEFFEY FFA 1 DOUGLAS SOMMER LARRY STEFFEY ROY STEIN FFA 1 JUDY STEPHENS Senior Musical Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1 FT A 3, 4 Spanish Club 4 Yearbook Staff 4 ROY STEIN JUDY STEPHENS LINDA SUE STEPHENS FTA 3 4 Paper Staff 4 Senior Musical Glee Club 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM PAUL STEPHENS Band 1 Paper Staff 4 Spanish Club 1, 2 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Senior Musical LINDA SUE STEPHENS WILLIAM PAUL STEPHENS SENIORS — Continued NANCY TISCH MICHAEL VOGEL STEVE WARD Band 1, 2 Spanish Club 1, 2 Football 1 Track 1 Art 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Musical JAMES WARNER Transfer student from Dexter STEVE WARD JAMES WARNER NANCY TISCH Transfer student from Fenton Glee Club 4 Senior Musical MICHAEL VOGEL RODNEY WEST Football 1, 2, 3 LARREL WHITAKER Football 1, 2, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Escort 3 Class Officer 2 RODNEY WEST LARRELL WHITAKER SENIORS — Continued HAR©LD WILLIAMS FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Senior Musical JUDITH WILSON Glee Club 3, 4 FHA 1, 4 Senior Musical HAROLD WILLIAMS JUDITH WILSON MILDRED WILSON Paper Staff 4 Spanish Club 1, 3 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Senior Musical NANCY ZEITZ Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Drum Major 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1 FHA 1 Steering Committee 2 Class Officer 2 Senior Musical ROBERT ZICK Band 1, 2 Student Council 3 Escort 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Steering Committee 2, 3 Class Officer 2 Boys’ State Assembly Committee 4 Senior Musical 112 ROBERT ZICK ST LIKE WILL BE A 5 C president iHOULD LOACH D CLARK ■ - 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K ? 3 % m ' UA 1 , j M V Itfu) I’m ■g«£ v n| u4 . v ■ omm CLOSING As the doors of another school year begin to close, we, the staff, hope you have enjoyed your reminiscence through the 1967 Yearbook. Our appreciation goes to the administration, the facul¬ ty and the advertisers who help to make this book possible. The biggest thanks goes to the student body for you make this book; the yearbook is YOU. These same doors will reopen next fall for all those who are eager to better themselves for the waiting world. Another year, another group of students, another round of activities and studies awaits all of us. It is with mixed feelings that we bring this year’s activities to a close but it has been a good year and we feel that this book proves it. The Staff HERB’S SERVICE STATION Expert Mechanic — Goodyear Tires Tune-Ups — Wheel Balancing — Alignment Electric Work Batteries — Lubes Brakes — Mufflers Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851-2591 PRICE BROTHERS AUCTIONEERS Years of Experience PATRONS: BRADSHAW’S GROCERY - Stockbridge DORIS DONOHUE - Gregory DR. ERNEST PORZSOLT - Stockbridge A FRIEND L A GROCERY Meats Groceries Produce Farm Sales a Specialty Phone 851-2127 Stockbridge Michigan Phone 596-2366 Munith Michigan Congratulations Class of ’67 STOCKBRIDGE STATE BANK Gregory Branch Gregory, Michigan Phone 498-2070 58 YEARS OF BANKING 120 L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY KNOWN WHEREVER THERE ARE SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES “Jewelry’s Finest Craftsmen” Class Rings, Pins, Commencement Announcements and Personal Cards Diplomas, Trophies and Medals MR. LEE ZIMMERMAN Central Michigan Division 807 Seventeenth St Jackson Michigan 517 Telephone 784-3904 Compliments of BROWN’S JUNE HONAKER DRUG STORE Stockbridge, Michigan Stockbridge, Michigan Beauty Shoppe Phone 851-2575 PRESCOTT’S LOCKER SERVICE STANFIELD BROTHERS Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851-2775 Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851-3215 Compliments of JONES TRAILER SALES CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Gregory, Michigan WEBB’S THRIFTWAY M M COAL COMPANY COAL DELIVERY Fitchburg, Michigan Phone 851-2047 Stockbridge, Michigan 122 Ford Tractor — Ford Implements New Holland Machinery G.M.C. Trucks COBB-SCHREER INC. PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE 900 E. Main Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851 -4525 ROEPCKE AGENCY General Insurance 4488 - M 52 STOCKBRIDGE ELEVATOR Stockbridge, Michigan GEORGE KUNZELMAN, Owner Phone 851-4481 ABBOTT AGENCY Best of Luck, Seniors Real Estate and Insurance MARGUERITE’S RESTAURANT Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851-3145 Phone 851 -4865 Stockbridge, Michigan ,j D C STORES INC. FRAN’S DRESS SHOP Ladies’ Ready to Wear HOME OFFICE Stockbridge, Michigan 1 40 S. Clinton St. Throughout Stockbridge, Michigan Michigan Phone 851-3520 1 __ 123 k . p Best Wishes From H. E. MUNSELL SCHAIBLE’S LAUNDROMAT Groceries, Meats Drugs, Dry Goods Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 498-2643 Gregory, Michigan FITCHBURG CHURCH GALEN WIGHTMAN, Pastor PATRONS WORSHIP SERVICE 9:15 CHURCH SCHOOL 10:15 GAR-NETT’S FLOWER SHOP - Stockbridge, Michigan GREGORY FARMER’S ELEVATOR “The Lord is my light and my salvation; Whom shall 1 fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; Of whom shall 1 be afraid.” —Psalm 27:1 CLAIRE SWARTOUT - Gregory, Michigan Best Wishes for the Class of ' 67 WHY? . . . “PHOTOGRAPHY AT ITS BEST” You will surely pass by wearing Ball Brand Jets AT . . . THE H. A. POWELL STUDIOS H. E. MARSHALL BECAUSE THE PERSONNEL IS THE BEST Gregory, Michigan A profit-sharing organization. Insurance programs are provided. SIDNEY A. BECKWITH, M.D. A five day work week. A good place to work. A good place to buy. 124 Five locations in Michigan and Ohio DAYTON DETROIT TOLEDO KALAMAZOO LIVONIA SPADAFORE’S SWEET SHOP Congratulations BOOS PRODUCTS Gregory, Michigan Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851-3125 Compliments of NORTHLAKE STORE SCOTT AND JANE FREEMAN Chelsea, Michigan PETERSON ORCHARDS Next to the Boy Scout Camp Bruin Lake Gregory Michigan Phone 498-7183 HOWLETT’S HARDWARE Gregory and Stockbridge Frigidaire Appliances Siegler Heater Simplicity Lawn Tools CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS Homelite Chain Saws Allis-Chalmers and New Idea Farm Equipment 126 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Compliments of STOCKBRIDGE MANUFACTURING COMPANY 421 E. Main Street Stockbridge, Michigan SOUTHERN BOY Stockbridge, Michigan Best Wishes WENDELL A. BARBER SON Ice Cream Products Stockbridge, Michigan 851-2325 7TJr% ©TJ.C. " Bordens ® AL’S MARATHON Gas — Oil — Lubrication — Accessories Tires and Garage Work Munith, Michigan Compliments of Your Friendly Harvester Dealer C. G. LANTIS AND SONS Stockbridge, Michigan To the PTA: “A NOTE OF THANKS” Although our Senior High School PTA has been dissolved we wish to take advantage of this oppor¬ tunity to convey a message to the organization. Our sincere thanks go to you for your coopera¬ tion and subscriptions in the years gone by. It is groups like you that help to make our yearbook possible. The Staff 127 » Compliments of MACKINDER-GLENN POST 510 • • - . -- - . Legion and Legionettes Stockbridge, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 1 967 DANCER’S DEPARTMENT STORE IN MICHIGAN Stockbridge Michigan Compliments of LYNN AND ANNABELLE Phone 851-4745 Stockbridge, Michigan Best Wishes, Seniors HEROLD W. LUDTKE Phone 498-2793 Gregory, Michigan G BRAND GEE FARMS WENDELL AND GARY GEE Specialty — Melons Stockbridge, Michigan PHONES Jackson 787-0152 Stockbridge 565-2129 128 I CASKEY’S Funeral Home and Furniture Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851-2755 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Rial Ashmore Denny Shackleford Robert Boyd Dave Sweet Ron Fillmore Art Cobb Pat Long Gary Cornish Larry Mills Richard Lantis Terry Ward Jerry Runciman Tom Bashore Al Ward Ken Boyd Jim Lobdell Stan Fay Dick Silky George Lee Bill Smith Dennis McVay Congratulations, Seniors FELPAUSCH FOOD CENTER 1001 S. Clinton Stockbridge, Michigan BEST WISHES to the Class of ' 67 WILLOW CREEK GOLF COURSE Stockbridge Michigan Compliments of UNADILLA STORE D D BOWLING LANES HAROLD AND LILLIAN BATES Unadilla, Michigan Stockbridge, Michigan 129 Congratulations and Best Wishes BOYD WETZEL Stockbridge, Michigan 851-4917 Patrons: BRENISER’S GARAGE — GREGORY A FRIEND Congratulations Graduates FARMER’S STATE BANK OF MUNITH ‘The Bank Where You Feel At Home” Member of FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION VERIL BALDWIN SONS Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851-2300 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS RURAL TELEPHONE COMPANY Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851-2100 Compliments of the MUNITH LIONS CLUB H F SALES SERVICE Munith, Michigan Phone 596-2255 Congratulations, Seniors ECON-O WASH 32 1 2 Speed Queen Washers 2 25 Washers 2 Large Extractors 14 Dryers Open 24 hours 806 Lansing Avenue Jackson Michigan Timm (Cui£B AND STOCKBRIDGE BRIEF SUN YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER The Stockbridge Panthers and the Graduates of ' 67 GOOD LUCK SENIORS Compliments of FRINKEL HARDWARE 1 1 6 N. Main St. Munith, Michigan 596-2727 PLUMBING AND HEATING Bottled Gas HICKORY RIDGE FARM DAIRY CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1967 on all your past achievements, and may your future be full of many happy landings. G. S. TOPPING J. G. TOPPING l Congratulations, Seniors ROB’S SCRAP YARD Used Car Parts for Sale Buyer of Scrap and Metal M-36 Gregory Phone 851-4467 MARSHALL EQUIPMENT JOHN DEERE SALES Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851 -4650 BEST WISHES — JIM CARPENTER A i ‘ ' A f ' - ' Jl. HAVE DIGGER WILL TRAVEL 851-2427 Stockbridge, Michigan Compliments of BRIGGS HEATING COOLING Stockbridge, Michigan Phone 851-2631 DIEFENTHALER FARMS Gregory, Michigan Good Luck, Seniors GORDON’S BARBER SHOP 121 N. Clinton Stockbridge, Michigan The PANTHER yearbook is made possi¬ ble by the help and cooperation of our ad¬ vertisers. Each of them is a leader in the Stockbridge area. You may expect dependable and cour¬ teous service from any of our advertisers. We urge you to patronize them. The Staff (V X A? 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Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.