Tawas Area High School - Brave Impressions Yearbook (Tawas City, MI)

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'l if 5 3 'Q BRAVE IMPRESSIONS TAWAS AREA HICH SCHOOL TAWAS CITY, MICHIGAN 1977 TABLE OF CO TE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION . . . . . . . 3 SENIORS ......... . . . 12 UNDERCLASSIVIEN .... . . . 38 ATHLETICS ...... . . . 54 INTERMISSION . . . . . .77 ORGANIZATIONS .... .... 9 6 ACTIVITIES ..... .... 1 12 'mmxmwa'1wwmw w5wMa2w FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATIUN 5.2 f ml QWEWM CHQOL BOARD 'M QI M ww H M la 3 az, R iw. R. DR. HALLE MR. BABCOCK MR, CURRY MR. DEWYSE DR. JACQUES MR. I-IERRIMAN MR. KENNEDY 4 . -H 5 U' 52 gi if Q E' E a i f Q I MR . PINTKGWSKI MR GERBER ini sh, 1 4059 Q. NOW WHATS UP ? MR . YOUNGS lx 1 Ev Q fx I T o waggwuzzvvkif l M Nf,.':-,..r..T,, Y SYRSMMQ Ak. , S I .. , Q, A, u - -wr' - ,x f 7 .ff-fesfieswfggf ' , ' ' N z g . 1f SX Q- I . W V'- L... . MRS . ULMAN A 4 2 3 3 5 ff ' wauj Y ' , i 2 3 3 , --W 'M ff H.-l MRS. HARVEY MRS. PAINTER ig 5 Q 5 5 my ,gl I M 6211 Q, asa """-am Q J? R444 'I Q N 1 fd ,,--L w Q RIFE-if C' 4 my -S """"v 414' 'WU 4 I E 2 2 E r :2,2 . 4 S , 7 f V Q ,. 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S uw E - . 153 , f - 4 4 H . . .- I I ' A I I MISS FORBKIG MIR. RUOHOMAKI MR . WASYLK MISS BURT ' if. . . ill f ' I" ,, . www 8 ' X f if SEN IORS Z s MOTTO IF YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT ED, YOU'LL BE FORTUNATE. IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU GET, YOU'LL BE HAPPY. FLOWER RED AND WHITE ROSES . COLORS RED AND WHITE 3 1' 'X CLASS PRESIDENT RAY A. HAGLUND I IHagl I ' 'There is .no great genius without a little madness. ' ' Student Council 4 Class President 4 N.H.S. 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 3, 4 CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT KIMARIE ANN WICKERT I Iwickl I Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 All Con. 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Honorable mention 3 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 N.H.S. 3, 4 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 President 4 CLASS SECRETARY- TREASURER HOLLY D. LOOK "You see things as they are, and you ask "Why? " But I dream things that never wereg and I ask "Why not? ' ' D.A.R, Good Citizen Award Student Council 3, 4 President 4 X N.H.S. 3, 4 ' Treasurer 4 SARAH JANE ALEXANDER ' 'The world is a non-stop roller coaster with depression and delight riding back to back. ' ' Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Solo G Ens. 1, 3 EX. Officer 4 Cheerleader 2 Forensics 2, 3 Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 1 DAVID ANDERSON HELEN M. ANSCHUETZ "Hell" "Let's have a Party" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 All Con. 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 All Con. 2, 3 Track 1, 2, 3 Con ., Track Champs 1 Con. Volleyball Champs 3 gon . Basketball Champs JILL BAKER LEESA ANN BALDWIN ' 'Twee' ' ' 'Lost 60 golden minutes, studded with 60 diamond seconds, no reward is offered for they are gone forever. ' ' Tran. from Middleville 2 Warwhoop 3, 4 Yearbook 4 DANIEL BARNES SUSAN ELLEN BARNES llsuell choir 1, 2, 3, 4 candy sniper 1, 2, 3 MICHAEL J. BARRY ' 'Mikey Bob' ' ' 'I looked for my soul, but my soul I cound not see , I looked for my C-od, but my God eluded me , I looked for a friend and then I found all three. ' ' Honor Society 3, 4 Pres. Honor Society 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Ex. Officer 3 FREDRICK JOSEPH BENSON ' 'Beaker' ' ' 'Here's to you and here's to me and if by chance we disagree we'll forget you'r.e wrong anyways! " Golf 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 KIMBERLEY JOY BERGERON ' 'Saphire' ' JODI LEE BERNHARDT ' 'Birdturd' ' ' 'Only in quiet waters things mirror themselves undistorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world. ' ' Volleyball 1, 2, 3 Golf 2, 3 Softball 2 varsity Club 2, 3, 4 N.H.s. 4 MARK F . BIRKENBACH DEBORAH BISCHOFF "The way of a fool is riglit in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice. ' ' JUNE LYNN BISCHOFF ' 'Learn to love, and you learn to live. ' ' Senior Band 1, 2 Pep Band 1 , 2 Student Council 1 Keyette 3, 4 Warwhoop 4 Yearbook 4 ANN BISSONETTE TIMOTHY BLACKMORE STAN JOHN BLURY 111 "Stroh-man" I know nothing except the fact of my ignorance . JAMES BLUST 1 vRatv I ANN MARIE BOLEN BRIAN J. BRADLEY I l'T-ushl I ' 'In quest of that one beauty, God sent me here to find. ' ' Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All Con. 4 Most Imp. Player 2 Gas Can Award 4 Basketball 1, 2 Saturday Basketball 3, 4 Track 2, 4 if , .6 ROXANNE BRAINARD LAURIE L . BRIGHAM BETH M. BROWN "Love is going farther and achieving more . ' ' DEBRA J. BUBLITZ ' 'Boob lips' ' ' 'I drink to make other people interesting." Sym. Bandl, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Asst. Editor 3 Editor 4 Keyettes 2, 3 Warwhoop 3, 4 Powderljuff Football 2, 3, 4 Candy Stripers 1, 2 'US- N-S. BRENDA S . CADORETTE GREGORY ALLEN CATALINE I lcregl I LORI CHURCHILL ' 'Snorky' ' "Forget me not, Forget me never. Till yonder sun shall set Forever. ' ' Candy Striper 1 Choir 1, 2, 3 Forensic 1, 2 DAVID EDWARD CONN ' 'When I am dead let fire destroy the world, it matters not to me for I am safe . ' ' Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All Con. 4 Track 3, 4 Wrestling 4 Saturday Basketball 3, 4 Key Club 3, 4 LORRIE COWAN GAYLE COYLE MARY ANN CRADIT I lMaCl I Do not change me , condemn me, nor put me down. Accept me for what I am, for I am total in being. Accept me when I am flying high, as I have accepted you when you were flying high. I am I, and I like being what I am. Yearbook 3, 4 JANICE CROCKER ' 'Squeak' ' "Live while you live and die and be done with it. ' ' TINA M. CYBULA I lcyball I ' 'Not he who has much is rich, But he who gives much. ' ' Powderpuff Football 4 Ski Club 4 ANNE K. DALEN I IIA-In-lie! I ' 'If you have the opportunity, take it, because it may be the only chance you'll get. ' Ex. Student from Oslo, Norway 4 Symphanic Band 4 Student Cotmcil 4 Basketball 4 Pep Club 4 MARIANNE LOUISE DAVIS ' 'Life may be hard, but it is the best thing that has ever happened to man. ' ' Keyettes 2, 3, 4 Sec. 4 Warwhoop 3, 4 Band 1 PomPom Girl 2 Office Help 3, 4 SI-IELLEE ANN DAVISON "It's not if you win or lose it's how you played the game . ' ' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2 Track 1, 2 Softball 3 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Warwhoop 3 KEITH DAY ANNE MARIE DUNHAM ' 'Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. ' ' Band 1, 2, 3, 4 SoloGEn. 1, 3, 4 Keyette 2, 3, 4 Pres. 4 District Keyette Tres. 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Treasurer 4 CLARE I. EARL ' 'Curley' ' "School is getting up on the wrong side of the bed. ' ' Football 1, 2, 4 JANET LOUISE EHRNST ' 'Ernie' ' Shadows of yesterday, and the promises of tomorrow, keep my mind at peace , and I am concerned with nothing but the reality of today. IULIE ANN ELLIOTT "Smell" ' 'Before you abuse, criticize, or accuseg walk a mile in their shoes." Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Solo 8 En. 3 Jazz Band 2, 3, 4 PepBand 1, 2, 3 Honors Band 3 Keyettes 2, 3, 4 Vice Pres. 4 mlm BARBARA ENGLE JAMES EDWARD ERI CKSON I lEriCl I RANDOLPH ERICKSON BRENDA ERVIN TERRY EVANS ROBERT DAVID FELCYN llBObIl I CHARLES FINLEY MARK FISHER I lFishl I ' 'You can best reward a liar by believing nothing of what he says . ' ' Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1 Drunk 3 SUSANNE L. FRANCIS I ISueI I ' 'Don't walk in front of me for I may not follow, Don't walk behind me for I might not lead, just walk beside me and be my friend . ' ' Pep Club 1 Forensic 1 BRADLY FREEMAN I IBradI I ' 'High school was the best part of my life and I enjo ed it, " Football 1 ANNETTE LUCILLE FRENCH ' 'Frenchie' ' "Openess before God and men is the safest posture I know. To conceal anything is a great mistake. ' ' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Candy Striper 2 CARL GENTZ DIANNE GINGERICH ushortyu ' 'I may be small, but I have a ball! " BRUCE GLAN CY DALE GRABOW his BARBARA ANN GRACIK ' 'Barb' ' "We should all be concerned about our future because we have to spend the rest of our lives there . ' ' Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Solo 8 En. 2, 3 PepBand 1, 2, 3 N.H.S. 3, 4 BOBBIE J. HAGLUND ' 'Boober' ' ' 'Someday my ship will come in, but with my luck, I'll be at the airport. ' ' Band 1, 2, 3, 4 PowderPuff Football 2, 3, 4 JERCLD D. HALL "Mole" "If you can't win, at least make your opponent break the record. ' ' Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Wrestling 3, 4 Weightlifting 1, 2 Track 2 Key Club 3 REX F. HALSTEAD ' 'Stash' ' ' 'lf ya can't Dazzle 'em with your Brilliance, Baffle 'em with your . . . B.S. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 4 BRUCE HARRIS KENNETH HAYES KENNETH HUGES JEFFERY ALLEN HUNT lljeffll ' 'No Comment' ' STUART HUTCHINGS TAMMY ILLICIN LINDA MARY JOHNROE ' 'lf you do not understand my silence you will not understand my words . ' ' Yearbook 4 Warwhoop 4 TOM T. JOHNSON I IT . I u ' 'Fond of fun, life and laughter . . . pleasure first and business after. ' ' Student Trainer Football 2, 3, 4 Student Trainer Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 BRIAN JORDAN THERESA KALAFUT BRIAN JAY KENDALL ' 'Quillerd' ' ' 'Candys dandy but liquors quicker. ' ' Football 1, 3, 4 MARK KENDALI. 1 uHarpou u DAVID KENNEDY ' 'I swear by my life and my love of it. I will not live for the sake of another man to live for mine . ' ' PATRICE KAY KILLEY I Ipattil I "I'm not shyg you just don't know me." Powderpuff Football 2, 3 Symphonic Band 1, 2, 3 Solo 8 En. 1, 3 MARY KING ' 'Kingbee' ' ' 'I may not be crazy- - but it sure helps ! ' ' TAMMY SUE KLUMP I ITa1-Ill I ' 'A friend is one who knows you as you are , Understands where you've been, Accepts who you've become- -And still gently invites you to grow. ' ' Ski Club 1 Pep Club 1 RANDY LEE KONENSKE DAVID KOZLOW uuKOgslv DAVID WILLIAM KREBS ' "Petie" ' 'Give me, kind heaven, a private station, a mind serene for contemplation. ' ' Student Council 4 Wrestling 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2 Basketball 1 Football 2 Ski Club 1 ROBERT S. KUBISIAK I IBObI I Football 1 Band 1, 2 STEVEN EDWARD LAUWERS ' 'Steve' ' ' 'Everyone is too old for something, but no one is too old for everything. " Football 2, 3, 4 MICHAEL LEAR I 1Hyperl I ' 'We often pardon those who bore us, but never those whom we bore. ' ' Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All Con. 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Weight lifting 1, 2, 3, 4 X53 5 "Mgt, 'F aw df ,,.m-.44 WILLIAM A . LEAR ' 'McClusky' ' MARK RAYMOND LENCZEWSKI ' 'Marcus' ' ' 'Friendship is the shadow of the evening, which strengthens with the setting sun of life , The best gift to receive is a true friend-The best gift to give is to be one . ' ' Yearbook 4 Choir 4 JAN LYN LICKFELT I I ' 'Past dreams never come true once left behind . . Track 1 Basketball 1, 2 Volleyball 1, 2, 3 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 Powderpuff Football 3 Warwhoop 3 KRISTEN MARIE MACHLEIT I IMaCI I "When all else is lost, the future still remains , ' ' N.H.S. 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Solo 8 En. 4 Powderpuff Football 4 Pep Club 4 SUSAN MACUS ' 'Live your life do everything you want to do . For is you try to live up to expectations of others you will never be totally happy. ' ' JOHN MAHER ' 'God will take care that We do not enjoy more than is good for us. ' ' DONNA MANNING "There are too many people praying for mountains of difficulty to be removed, when what they really need is courage to climb them. " KIM ILEEN MARX ' 'I do my thing and you do your thing. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations. And you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, it's beautiful. " Basketball 1, 2, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 FREDERICK JOHN MCARDLE BRADY GREG McCOY ' 'Bushman' ' ' 'Hoping that my hair be signified or granted by the D.N.R. as a national forest. ' ' Football 1, 2, 3 KATI-Il LYNNE MCDONALD "Often are the days in which I question my existance 5 more often are the days when life is a challenge I cherish. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 1, 3 Cheerleading 1, 2 Student Council 2, 3, 4 V.P. Student Council 4 School Play 2, 3 DEANA CATHERINE MCKENZIE "Weiner" "Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody. ' ' Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Honors Band 3 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 3, 4 Track 3 Powderpuff Football 2, 3, 4 KEVIN L. MESKE ALLEN DAVID MILLER HAROLD MILLER GRETCHEN HOWELL MILLER ' 'Greta' ' ' 'What gives one man the right to criticize anotherg you are no better yet I am no worse than you. In the sight of God we all are created equal. " KIM ANN MONTGOMERY ' 'We do not remember days, we remember moments. ' ' Band 1, 2, 3 Powderpuff Football 2, 3 Pep Club 2 JANE MOONEY ' 'There exists in each of us an ancient force that gives and an ancient force that takes . A man finds little difficulty facing that within himself where the taking force dwells, but it is almost impossible for him to see into the giving force . ' ' EDWARD J. MUCKENTHALER llEdlI TINA NELSON ' 'Though today may seem long. Life is short so live each day like it was your last. ' ' RODNEY NICKELL BRIDGETTE PALUMBO CHARLES R. PETRACI-I ' 'Charlie' ' "To past the time wisely think ahead to better times. ' ' Football manager 1, 2, 3 Baseball manager 2 Wrestling 4 Basketball manager 3 mal' CAROL PICKERING Band 1, 2 Yearbook 3 Warwhoop 3 ROGER POWERS I IBingI I ' 'SO WHAT' ' ' DIANE CAROL PRIESKORN I IDingyI I ' 'lt's better to look where you're going, then where you've been." Keyette 2, 3, 4 Pom-Pom Girl 2 Flag Corps 3, 4 BRUCE M. REVORD I uBI.uCeu u ' 'NO COMIMENT' ' DENNIS REVORD I lDennyI I Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1, 2 JANE RICH ' 'Learning without thought is labor lost. ' ' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir Librarian 4 French Club 1 French Travel Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Treas. 3, 4 Sec. 4 v JOHN J. RIGG v ujohn Riggs 1 ' 'Someday thousands will cheer for me. ' ' Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All Con. 4 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1 KIM ROBBINS CHARLIE ROUILLER WILLIAM H. RYAN JR. u uRunyanu u ' 'Work fascinates meg I could sit and watch it for hours. ' ' Basketball 1, 2 Track 1, 2 Cross Country 2, 3 TIMOTHY JAMES SARKQ ' 'Leonard' ' ' 'All I know is that, Too much of anything is not good for ya ! ' ' Ski Club 1, 2 LORI ANNE SAVAGE A treasure of memories is a very special happiness . ' ' Sym. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Honors Band 3 Field Director 4 Homecoming Cotut 1, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Correspondence Sec. 2, 3, 4 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3 Class President 3 JEFFREY SCHMIDT I lsquidl I ' 'There is no such thing as an end, just the Beginning of Something New! " Band 1, 2 DONALD GERARD SCHRIBER ' 'Miller Man' ' Golf 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 4 GREGORY E. SCHULTZ u ucregu 1 N . H . S . 4 Wrestling 4 JAMES D. SHEDENI-IEIM ' 'jim-Bob' ' ' 'Yesterday is but todays memory but tomorrow is todays dream. ' ' SANDRA D . SINEMONS llAndyIl ' 'The only way to have a friend is to be one. ' ' ROGER SIMPSON JEANNE SKIVER .L dyya KEITH SKIVER JAMES ROBERT SMITH I llackl I ' 'Luck is Where preparation meets opportunity. ' ' Baseball 2, 4 Golf 2 Saturday Basketball 1 KATHRYN MARY SNOBLEN I IKathyl I "You can easily judge the character of a person by the way he treats those who can do nothing for him. ' ' N.H.S. 3, 4 Sec. 4 Pep Club 3 French Travel Club 1 , 2, 3 Sec, 2 LEANNE SNOWDEN ' 'If you want to be remembered as somebody, be yourself, don't try to imitate somebody. ' ' Yearbook 2, 3 Choir 1, 2 Candy Stripers 2 Keyettes 3 Powderpuff Football 4 JOELLEN STONEHOUSE 1 4 Jodyu I Powderpuff Football 3, 4 BRIGETTE RENEE STRELECKI ' 'Bridge' ' ' 'The only man that doesn't make a mistake is the one who never does anything . ' ' Keyettes 3 French Club 3 TERESA ANN SULLIVAN "Smile--it's contagious ! ' ' Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Honors Band 3 Solo8En. 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Court 3, 4 Cheerleading 1 Ski Club 3 Pep Club 3, 4 Band Class Rep. 1, 2, 3, 4 ANNA SVENTKO NORMAN TAFELSK1 I lM0rtl I "Enjoy the time you spend with your friends. Because the time you spend with them is your whole world. ' ' Basketball 2, 3 DEBRA ANN TAYLOR U lDebil I "If you can not win, make the person ahead of you break the record. ' ' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 3 Pep Club 3 Indoor Track 3, 4 JAMES F. TENBUSCI-I ' 'A genius is born every other minute, I was born on the wrong one. ' ' Football 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Saturday Basketball 1, 2, 4 PATRICIA ALICE THOMPSON "Give me time, and someday I'm going to be something. ' ' Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Band 4 MARK MELVIN TIMRECK Baseball 1, 2 Wrestling 3 JEFFREY W. TOUSLEY I IREVI I "To fear love is to fear life, and those who fear life are already three parts dead. ' ' Football 1, 2, 3, 4 All Con. 4 Captain 4 Golden Helmet Award 4 M.V.P. 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 ROLAND EDWARD TRAFELET I IP D R . I I PAMELA TRUDELL DEAN R . ULMAN KAREN SUE VANDEUSEN "Happiness is a life full of music . ' ' RAINNIE VAUGHT NEIL RAYMOND WARNER "Weiner" Football 1, 4 All Con. 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 All Con. 3, 4 JAMES DAVID WASI-IBURN "I-IA! What can I say! " PAUL WEGNER TRACY WEC-NER "I wish I were a grapefruit and here's the reason Why- -When you come to eat me, I'd squirt you in the eye ! ' ' RICHARD ALLAN WEST Band 1, 2, 3 Football 1 Wrestling 2, 4 Transfer from Oscoda 4 BARBARA ELAINE WESTCOTT ' 'Barb' ' ' 'It is only the beginning . ' ' Track 1, 2 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 Forensic Finalist 2, 3 Pep Club 4 SANDY WESTCOTT ' 'Stockey' ' ' 'Those who love us let us find our own way. ' ' LAUREN 1. WHITE I IVV'hiteYI I . ' 'Love is a flowing thing: NOT SOLID, LIKE A STONE, but soft-as soft as the velvet petal of a rose, as tender as a kiss. ' ' THOMAS A. WHITFORD I PTO!-nl I WALKER RANDY WHITFORD I :wallyu : ' 'Party now while you can. You die soon enough anyway. ' ' Football 1 RANDOLPH CARL WILKINS : upxandyv : JUDITH KAY WILLIAMS I I ' 'May wonders never cease . ' ' Forensics Finalist 1 , 2, 3, 4 School Play 2, 3 Basketball 1 Powderpuff 2, 3, 4 MARY JANE WILLIAMS : :M , : : ' 'The trouble with being a good sport is that you have to lose to prove it." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 All Con. 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Honorable Mention 1 All Con. 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 ROBERT WRIGHT : :Bob: : SUSAN MARIE YAX I Isue I I ' 'It matters not what you are thought to be , but what you are . ' ' CINDY LEE ZENSER ' 'A moments insight is sometimes worth a life's experience . ' ' j.V. Basketball 1, 2 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Sec. 3, 4 Softball 1 SUZANNE ZENSER I IS-uzil I ' 'May you always camp where water runs sweet, with plenty of shade and grass, where well trod trails of friendship meet, as the seasons gently pass. ' ' Track 1 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4 SENIORS NOT PICTURED RICK BACKUS LU-ELLA BAKER OARFORD BASSETT STEVEN BOSHAW JOHN BUCKMEIR JAMES CANO JENNY DOROW EDSEL DUVALL DAVID FINLEY MARIE GRANDY JAMES HAFNER MARY LOU HOROER JAMES HORNE JAMES JANEOO LINDA JUHL JOSEPH JURCZYK I GERALD KENDALL STEVEN LOOK DAN MAREK MARK MCLEAN ELIZABETH MIKNYOCKI PETER PETERSON SALLY RATH ANNA RUTH JOE SAOCO BRADLEY SAUNDERS RON SHEPPARD DENNIS SIMMONS CORA SPIRIDONOW KATHY STEPOWSKI KIMBERLY KAY ZOLLNER I lKiInl I ' 'Cheer up, the worst is yet to come . ' ' Homecoming Court 2, 4 Queen 4 Track 3, 4 Powderpuff 2, 3, 4 Ski Club 3, 4 'I MR: if I fx 1: r Q Exgk J gf gl , V I .r 'w "' 46 f ,,, 1 1,,4 1 N 1- 'EYE' 4' f flf xg, A + ,,,4ff,g,,,, M- . . ,- 1. ' -AQ f - .,. ,- ,, gf: I . . ,,m.f.AM..f. V-34"-4'1.,,,,.. ww, M, ' A , 1 "2m....,,,,MA , xx .- " "",WLf Q KL ' tw...,,,,,.,,M A '- ' V 24 .iw , L,.""'- ' W K , . mf' 1.""f-mM,.QgM',MuJ M, If M fi ,Q ,Af L44 hw , 6 , , ' M H .-. 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QTOP ROWJ: SCOTT KLEMISH, CHRIS TOSKA MIKE GIDLEY, JOE PAITIL, HUGH HOFACER, GRANT MOUSSEAU, TONY MAYER, STEVE DRUMM, L. to R. QSECOND ROWJ: JOHN BROCKENBROUGH JOE TENBUSH, JIM GRACIK, BILL POCKEL, BRIAN NORTON, ALAN NELKIE, CHUCK ALLEN, JOHN FOLEY, DAVE IAQUES, JOE WILLIAMS, COACH BUSHA, COACH DISSITTE L. to R. QTHIRD ROWJ: BILL ENGLE, JOHN BRINKMAN, BILL COLTON, BILL RIGG, VERN BEAUBIEN, DON FINELY, CHRIS MARTIN, JOE MILBURN, EDDY DAVISON. L. to R. QFOURTH ROWJ: MARK HOLMES, DAVE CAMPBELL, GREG FREEL, KEN MCKENZIE, TODD REINHOLM, CHRIS PATRELL, DAN RANEY. 0 J. V. L to R, QTOP ROWJ: COACH VIELE, JIM MANDREKY, SCOTT TOUSLEY, JOE COTTER, JERRY LAUWERS, DON WILLIAMS, JOHN SI-IEEI-IAN, GARY BIRKENBACH, BRIAN LUTZ, JEFF NICHOLS. L. to R. QMIDDLE ROWJ: PHIL LIXEY, JOHN HIRCI-IAK, LANCE BROOKS, RICK METCALF, MIKE FISHER, JIM IURCZYK, DON RAKESTRAW, BILL GRACIK. L. to R. QBOTTOM ROWJ: COACH RUOHOMAKI, BILL KING, LINSEY BIELBY, PETE WOOD, DAVE DUNI-IAM, JOHN BOUCHARD, JIM NASH, DAN KUBISIAK. THE 1976 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM WON THREE GAMES, LOST FIVE AND TIED ONE. THE TEAM HAD 26 PLAYERS, WHICH WAS TI-IE LARGEST NUMBER OF YOUNG IVIEN TO PARTICIPATE IN LV. FOOTBALL IN SEVERAL YEARS. ALL OF TI-IE PLAYERS WORKED VERY HARD AND SI-IOWED TREMENDOUS FOOTBALL POTENTIAL AS PROSPECTIVE VARSITY PLAYERS. THE SEASON WAS A LONG ONE CONSIDERING THE PLAYING CONDITIONS. AT LEAST HALF OF THEIR GAMES WERE EITHER PLAYED IN THE RAIN OR SNOW. THE WEATHER WAS VERY COLD AND MISERABLE3 HOWEVER, THE YOUNG MEN NEVER QUIT AND GAVE THEIR ALL INHEN THEY WERE ASKED TO. COACH VIELE AND I FEEL THIS TEAM IS GOING TO PROVIDE SOME EXCITING FOOTBALL AS VARSITY PLAYERS NEXT YEAR. COACH VANHORN THE FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM PLAYED SIX GAMES AND HAD A RECORD OF ONE WIN AND FIVE LOSES, FOR BEING IN ORGANIZED FOOT- BALL FOR THE FIRST TIME, THEY ACCOMPLISHED A GREAT DEAL. EVEN THOUGH THEIR RECORD DID NOT SHOW IT, THEIR WINNING RECORD IS. THE LEADING BALL CARRIERS WERE GRANT MOUSSEAU, JIM GRACIK, TONY MAYER, AND BRIAN NORTON, THE LEADING TACKLERS WERE BRIAN NORTON, STEVE DRUMM, GRANT MOUSSEAU, DAVE JACQUES, JOHN FOLEY, JIM GRACIK, CHUCK ALLEN. GOOD WORK AND KEEP IT UP. COACH DISSETTE VAR ITY F OOTB LL L. to R. QTOP ROW:J COACH LOOK, DAVE CONN, MIKE BARRY, BRUCE GLANCY, NEIL WARNER, REX HALSTEAD, BRIAN BRADLY, DENNIS REVORD, MIKE DAVIS, LARRY I-IUGI-IES. L. to R. QSECOND ROWJ: COACH BARRY, JIM TENBUSH, BRIAN KENDALL, SEAN HUNT, JEFF TOUSLEY, MARK FISHER, JERRY MILBURN, MARK BARRY, TOM JOHNSON - MANAGER, DAN BARRY. L. to R. QFIRST ROWJ: CLARE EARL, MIKE LEAR, JERRY ORACIK, JOE JURCZYK, JOHN RIGG, RAY HAGLUND, IERRY HALL. TI-IE 1976 BRAVES, FINISHING WITH A RESPECTABLE 5-4 RECORD, ENDED THE SEASON IN SECOND PLACE OF TI-IE NEWLY-FORMED NORTH EAST MICHIGAN CONFERENCE. ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS WERE FF TOUSLEY JE NEIL WARNER, BRIAN BRADLEY, MARK FISHER, MADE HONORABLE MENTION ON THE OFFENS IVE TEAM. DEFENSIVELY, ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS WERE BRUCE GLANCY, JOI-IN RICO, DAVE CONN AND REX HALSTEAD. JEFF TOUSLEY RECEIVED TI-IE BAY CITY TIMES "GOLDEN HELMET" AWARD AS WELL AS BEING SELECTED TI-IE TEAM'S MOST VALUABLE PLAYER. OTI-IER AWARD WINNERS WERE MIKE BARRY, SCHOLARSHIP, BRUCE GLANCY, DEDICATIONg MARK FISHER, MOST IMPROVED5 BRIAN BRADLEY AND MIKE LEAR SHARED TI-IE "GAS CAN AWARD. " WI-IEN YOU WIN MORE THAN YOU LOSE, IT IS A GOOD SEASON! F F .Ei S... J I V I xi L 'sf f..q 2 'lm lx -------VM 4.,.,.,,.,..---v W . "' B TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT FRONT ROW JIM PALMER DON LOOK COACH TOM PINTOWSKI TODD REINI-IOLM JOHN VAN DEUSEN LEFT TC RIGHT BACK DAVE CAMPBELL TOM DILLON BRENT COFFIN MIKE GIDLEY 9 WINS 3 DEFEATS FREE HMAN BUYS BASKETBALL FRESHMEN A AM FRESI-HVIEN B TEAM YEARS FRESHMAN RANDY WI-IITFORD NORM MIKNYOCKI JOHN BROCKENBROUGH TONY MAYER RANDY JORDAN TE TAWAS OPPONENT T GLADWIN so OsCODA 62 OGEMAW HGTs so PINCONNING 42 WHITTEMORE 61 sTANDIsH- STERLING 41 GLADWIN 52 OGEMAW HGTS 38 PINCONNING 46 OsCODA 75 WHITTEMORE 43 sTAND1sH- STERLING 42 A TEAM LEFT TO RIG BILL ENGLE BILL COLTON GARY STEPHEN HUGH HOEACER CHUCK ALLEN BRIAN NORTON JOHN GARDINER BRYANT WILKIE JIM GRACIK GRANT MOUSSEAU KEN MCKENZIE GARY GREEN NOT PIC. -ED DAVIS I'H', BOYS' J .V. BASKETBALL BACK ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT JIM PAWLOSKI LINDSY BIELBY DAVE BUTLER CHARLES LANDON BILLY KING COACH DAVE BUSHA FRONT ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT SCOTT TOUSLEY DENNIS LIEKA JEFF NICKLES JIM DUBOVSKY 8ILL cmclx MIKE HARSCH DAVE REVORD THIS YEARS j.V. TEAM HAD A LOSING SEASON, BUT THAT FACT DOES NOT TELL THE WHOLE STORY. BECAUSE OF A DESIRE TO LEARN AND IMPROVE, ALONG WITH TI-IE INABILITY TO QUIT, THIS YEARS TEAM GAVE FANS MANY EXCITING MOMENTS . THESE TWO QUALITIES ALONG WITH THEIR NATURAL TALENT MAKE THE FUTURE OF TAWAS AREA BASKETBALL LOOK BRIGHT. DESPITE THIS YEARS RECORD, THIS YEARS JUNIOR VARSITY ARE "WINNERS" IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD. DAVE BUSHA 76 - 77 SCHEDULE OPPONENT GARBER CARROLL- TON GLADWIN OS CODA OGEMAW ALPENA PINCONNING WHITTE- MORE ALL SAINTS OSCODA STANDISH GLADWIN CARROLL- TON OGEMAW ALL SAINTS PINCONNING GARBER WHITTEMOR ALPENA STANDISH TOP TO BOTTOM: LEE STARLING, REX HALSTEAD ROGER POWERS, ANDY MAYER NEIL WARNER, KEITH LAHAYE, JEFF TOUSLEY, MARK FISHER, JERRY ORACIK, KEVIN MIELOCK, MIKE LEAR, BUTCH DUVALL, MANAGER: TOMMY JOHNSON, COACH: PAUL BECKER I4 54 IU COACHING THIS YEAR'S BASKETBALL TEAM FOR THE FIRST TIME WAS VERY REWARDING THE TEAM IMPROVED GANEE BY GAME, AND AS A RESULT WE TIED EOR SECOND IN THE NEWLY FORNEED NORTH EASTERN TAWAS OPPONENT 75 GARBER 49 CARROLLTON 62 OLADWIN 61 OSCODA 63 OGEMAW 58 ALPENA 63 PINNCONNING 88 WHITTEMORE 62 ALL SAINTS 79 OSCODA 84 STANDISH 64 GLADWIN 72 CARROLLTON 72 OGEMAW 61 ALL SAINTS 73 PINNCONNING 62 CAREER 73 WHITTEMORE 69 ALPENA So STANDISH 78 PINNCONNING 76 OSCODA .K 7 WINS 15 LOSSES GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: FRONT ROW: ANNE DALEN, KIM WICKERT, HELEN ANSCHUETZ, SI-IELLY DAv1soN, MARY JANE WILLIAMS, KIM MARX, DEBBIE TAYLOR, BACK ROW: MEG PETERSON, EVA RUTH, KARI ALLEN, TERRY ELSON, TARA FREEL, LYNN LOOK, KIM MC KENZIE, COACH MISS COBB 42, H3 LEFT TO RIGHT: MARY ANN MOONEY, KIM MCKENZIE, CARRIE ALLEN, TINA ANSCHUTZ, MEG PETERSON, JOYCE HATCHER, JOELLEN JOHNROE, RHONDA HALL, KATHY DAVISON, COACH: PAT CASEY JUNIOR VARSITY . . BASKETBALL TA ALPENA 35 W! P 43 C A R R O L L - TON 46 PINCONNING 42 ALCONA 40 OGEMAW 37 OSCODA 41 GLADWIN 33 STANDISH 47 GARBER 38 GIRLS BASKETBALL HAD A WINNING SEASON THIS YEAR WITH AN OVERALL RECORD OF 14 WINS- 6 LOSSES AND A CONFERENCE RECORD OF 7-3. TI-IE TEAM WORKED HARD AND VVILL CONTINUE TO PUT THEIR TALENTS TO USE AS MANY MOVE UP TO VARSITY NEXT YEAR . Pat Casey .SQHMVIJXINL ' 4569 2 I. Q 4 ,I I YI LQ GIRL FREI I-IMAN BASKETBALL il J, C. , A COACH PINTKOWSKI FOUND IT A Q , REWARDING EXPERIENCE TO COACH J' 2 1 THE 9th GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM. ff f - THEY SHOULD ADD A STRONG . . DIMENSION TO GIRLS' BASKETBALL IN 1 fx, f THE FUTURE, THIS vEAR's OPPONENTS I A il WERE GLADWIN, STANDISH, AND - I 7 ' OOEMAW. THE BRAVETTES ENDED It 4 1 THEIR SEASON WITH 3 WINS AND 2 , i., , LOssEs. 44 FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: VAL WILLIAMS, BONNIE LOOK, DONNA HUGHES MARIA PINTKOWSKI, JANE MOONEY, LAUREL MINARD, KATHY WATTS, BRENDA FELCYN, THRESA GRACIK, COACH: PINTKOWSKI I nal Il BOYS' TR CK THIS YEAR' S BOYS TRACK TEAM HAD FORTY-TWO IVIEMBERS, TI-LE LARGEST GROUP I HAVE EVER COACHED. THERE WERE ONLY SIX SENIORS, SO WE WERE VERY INEXPERIENCED. OUR DUAL MEET RECORD WAS 4- 1- 1 AND WE FINISHED SECOND IN THE CONFERENCE. THIS TEAM LEARNED A GREAT DEAL THIS SEASON AND SHOULD BE A CONTENDER NEXT YEAR . COACH TIBBETTS L J.. I 4 , SITTING TIM KONENSKE, BILL COLTON, TONY MAYER, JIM BOUCHARD, BOB PETRACH, MATT BOLEN, JOHN BOUCHARD, SCOTT TOUSLEY, JOHN HIRSHAK, AL PORTER, VERN BEAUBIEN, JEFF KOLTS , KNEELING JIM WATERS , ED DAVISON, JOE TENBUSCH, GARY BIRKENBACK, MARK BARRY, MIKE REINHOLM, JOHN GARDINER, JERRY LAUWERS, HUGH LUEDTKE, RAY HAGLUND, BRIAN NORTON DON WILLIAMS MARK GRAVES MIKE GIDLEY. 9 1 5 STANDING COACH D. TIBBETTS, MARK TOUSLEY, DENNIS LIBKA, MIKE LESLIE, LARRY HUGHES, JEFF TOUSLEY, JIM TENBUSCH, NEIL WARNER, JOHN MAHAR, LEE STARLING, MIKE BARRY, GREG ADIMACK, ANDY MAYER, BRYANT WILKE, JOHN BRINKMAN, CHUCH ALLEN, MANAGER, MARK HUCHING, ASST COACH D. LOOK. if GIRLS TRACK CONFERENCE CHAMP - K ,-., W, W W1 X,.. lx ND .f H 1 , X , I ' 'S ,gms A- f . E . SJ 1 ' 7 xv" 1 9 3' C ,Q I 3 "" ' PM IGI' iv I 'I , 1 51- if fy, I rg X 'D ., Edina. 4- .J " A V BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: COACH PAT CASEY, TAMMY GROFF, MARY PETERSON, TARA FREEL, KIM ZOLLNER, KIM WICKERT , MARY JANE WILLIAMS , SHELLEE DAVISON, DEB TAYLOR, JOYCE BRANHAM, ANDREA COLBURN, LYNN LOOK, MGR. JILL SAVAGE. SECOND ROW: LORI EMRY, MGR. COLLEEN FOLEY, MGR. MEG PETERSON, SUE ALEXANDER, LEXIE GAGE, SHELLEY BROWN, FREIDA KINDELL, MINDY CLUTE, MGR. BOTTOM ROW: DIANE ERICKSON, CINDY WILSON, SANDY WARNER, DANA FELSKE, JACKIE BARC, BONNIE LOOK. MISSING FROM PICTURE: MARIA PINTKOWSKI , KIM KNIGHT, L- IN YEARS PAST, TRACK HAS BEEN THOUGHT OF AS AN INDIVIDUAL SPORT. IT'S TRUE, INDIVIDUALS EXCEL BUT THIS YEARS GROUP PROVED THAT WINNING IS A TEAM EFFORT . UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF THEIR TRI-CAPTAINS: LYNN LOOK, KIM WICKERT, AND MARYJANE WILLIAMS , THEY LOST ONLY ONE DUAL MEET TO OGEMAW BY 3 POINTS . THIS MADE THEIR OVERALL SEASON RECORD 5- 1 AND CONFERENCE RECORD 4-1 . ALTHOUGH SHOWING A WINNING SEASON THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, THE HIGHLIGHT CAME AS THE MILE RELAY TEAM CROSSED THE FINISH LINE AT PINCONNING ESTABLISHING THE BRAVETTES AS THE ALL- CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS . RECORDS WERE BROKEN AND REBROKEN, FINALLY LEAVING THESE NEW SCHOOL RECORDS FOR THIS YEAR: 415 2 MILE RUN-SUE ALEXANDER 13:46 qzy 880 RUN-DEBI TAYLOR 2:24.9 f3J 440 DASH-DEBI TAYLOR 60:9 443 MILE RUN-ANDREA COLBURN 5:51.7 455 Dlscus-KIM WICKERT 103' 4 3f4" ' 'I'VE BEEN TOLD SENIORS ARE HARD TO COACH, BUT, WITH THIS GROUP, THE HARDEST PART IS SEEING THEM LEAVE! ON BEHALF OF MYSELF AND THE "ROOKIES' ' , WE VVISH THE BEST TO DEBI TAYLOR, KIM WICKERT, MARYJANE WILLIAMS AND KIM ZOLLNER. THEY'VE SHOWN LEADERSHIP, DEDICATION AND CARING- -WHICH SPREAD THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE TEAM. GOOD LUCK AND THANKS FOR THE "MEMORIES" . "YA DONE GOOD" ! COACH PAT CASEY 65 I- N. nn A ' X! ' v . IA STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT MANAGER, NANCY BOLEN, MEG PETERSON, KIM MCKENZIE, BARB STONEHOUSE, COACH MARCIA SZTANY O KNEELING LEFT TO RIGHT, LYNN LOOK, KIM WICKERT, MARYANN MOONEY SITTING LEFT TO RIGHT, MARYJANE WILLIAMS, KIM ZOLLNER, HELEN ANSCHUTZ -I BRAVETTES ENJOY SUCCESSFUL SEASON THIS WAS THE MOST EXCITING YEAR YET FOR VOLLEY BALL AT TAWAS. WE STARTED THE SEASON BY TAKING FIRST PLACE AT THE OSCODA INVITATIONAL TOURNAIVLENT, WE WENT UNDEFEATED IN LEAGUE PLAY 10 O, AND ENDED OUR SEASON WITH A 22-2 WIN-LOSS RECORD. WE TOOK OUR REGIONAL TOURNAMENT, AND THEN LEFT TO PARTICIPATE ON TI-IE STATE LEVEL AT SPRING ARBOR, ONLY TO LOSE TO SOUTH HAVEN. PLACING 3 GIRLS ON THE ALL- STATE VB TEAM, AND OUR GROVVING REPUTATION IN VOLLEYBALL, HAS MADE TAWAS A DEFENITE THREAT TO MANY SCHOOLS. TAWAS HAD A GREAT VOLLEYBALL TEAM TO BE PROUD OF AND ALL THOSE GIRLS BOTH JUNIOR VARSITY AND VARSITY HAVE MADE IT SO! COACH SZTANY O KIM VVICKERT MARYJANE WILLIAMS LYNN LOOK HELEN ANSCHUTZ ACROSS, MANAGER, CAROL LAUWERS, JO JOI-INROE, JOYCE I-IATCHER, DONNA HUGHES, LAUREL MINARD, KARI ALLEN, MANAGER DIANE ERICKSON DOWN, COACH SZTANY O DONNA HUGHES, SANDY TAFELSKI, BONNIE LOOK, MARIA PINTKOWSKI, CINDY WOOD, KIM KNIGHT DURING THE 1976- 1977 VARSITY BASEBALL SEASON, WE HAD THREE LEADING PITCHERS WHO WERE, JIM DUBOVSKY, KEITH LAHAYE AND TOM JOHN SON. LEADING HITTERS WERE JERRY GRACIK AND MIKE LEAR. THE BASEBALL TEAM WAS COMPRISED OF FOUR SENIORS , FIVE JUNIORS , FOUR SOPI-IMORES AND ONE COACH VVI-IO DID A GREAT JOB WITH THIS TEAM VVITI-I AN EVEN WIN-LOSS RECORD OF ELEVEN. if , V 5 ,A W4 11 II CROSS-COUNTRY BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: FRED LANDON, DENNIS LIBKA, GEORGE VANI-IORN, BOB PETRACI-I, ANDREA COLBURN. KNEELING: HERNY LATI-II, MATT BOLEN, MIKE PETRACI-I AND JEFF KOLTS . IT'S COME A LONG WAY!!!!!!!! Ll EI 19 6 GOLF TEAM THE 1976 GOLF TEAM HAD A VVINNING SEASON AND PLACED THIRD IN THE REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AT WEST BRANCH WHICH ENABLED THE BRAVES TO COMPETE IN THE STATE TOURNAMENT AT MARSHALL, MICHIGAN. THIS WAS THE FIRST TAWAS GOLF TEAM TO COMPETE IN A STATE TOURNAIVLENT AND THEY FINISHED A RESPECTABLE NINTH OUT OF TWENTY-TWO TEAMS . LEADING THE BRAVES DURING THE SEASON WERE SENIORS DON SCHRIBER, BRUCE HARRIS, AND ROGER POWERS. DON SCHRIBER SET A NEW SCHOOL RECORD BY SHOOTING A SEVENTY-SIX FOR AN EIGHTEEN- HOLE MATCH AT THE TAWAS GOLF COURSE. BRUCE HARRIS QUALIFIED AS THE NUMBER ONE LINKSMAN FOR SEVERAL MATCHES . ROGER POWERS WAS LOW FOR THE 'TEAM AT THE STATE TOURNAMENT . THESE PEOPLE WILL BE HARD TO REPLACE FOR THE NEXT YEARS SEASON. JUNIORS TOM KLENOW AND GARY WOOD TURNED IN RESPECTABLE SCORES TO HELP THE BRAVES ATTAIN THEIR WINNING SEASON. FRESHMAN JIM PALMER WORKED HARD ON HIS GAME AND SHOWED IMPROVEMENT THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. M A2 TI-IE VARSITY SOFTBALL TEAM HAD A VERY SUCCESSFUL SEASON MEASURED NOT ONLY BY WINS AND LOSSES BUT BY SKILLS LEARNED, EXPERIENCES GAINED, FRIENDSHIPS MADE AND GOOD TIIVLES HAD. WE HAD A VERY YOUNG TEAM COMPRISED OF ONE SENIOR, THREE JUNIORS, FIVE SOPHOMORES, AND FIVE FRESHIVLEN . ALTHOUGH TI-EERE WERE MANY UNDERCLASSIVIEN WE WERE VERY COMPETITIVE WITH ALL TEAMS WE FACED. OUR OVERALL RECORD WAS 11 WINS AND 11 LOSSES AND THE LEAGUE RECORD WAS 6-4 FOR A THIRD PLACE FINISH IN THE N.E.M.C. ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SEASON WAS A 5-4 VICTORY OVER WHITTEMORE-PRESCOTT FOR THE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. WITH ONE SENIOR GRADUATING FROM THIS YEAR'S TEAM, AND WITH CONTINUED DEDICATION, THE FUTURE FOR TAWAS AREA SOFTBALL LOOKS VERY BRIGHT. -MISS COBB Wawffw fini, WW' - V -' 2 - ' A If ' wiv? ,I .,,, ,.,. I IALAI ,LAA III, 'V , V STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: JULIE SNOBLEN, PAM LARSON, JOYCE HATCHER, CINDY , KAR1 ALLEN, SUE SI-IEA, LAUREL MINARD, BARB STONEHOUSE, HALL, CHERI CASTANO, COACH BETTY COBB. KNEELING LEFT TO , BASE COACH DONYA MCKENZIE, EVA BROCI-IENBROUGH, KIM MARX, KIM MCKENZIE, MANAGER JAN JOHNSON. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT, VAL WILLIAMS, CAROL LAUWERS , MANCY MOONEY ROXY BRUEBACK, ANN KASISCHKI, KATHY WATTS, MICHELE HALLE, STACEY BAERTSON, MISS WANGBERG KNEELING LEFT TO RIGHT, MANAGER, BECKY CONN, DIANE LEITZ, BRENDA FELCYN, CATHY DAVISON, MANAGER, SHAWN XNILSON 74 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS -TOP: IUDI COLTON, DBANA MCKENZTE, JUDY JACKSON. BOTTOM BOBBTE HAGLAND, MARY KING, TAMI SUHANIO FRESHMIEN CHEERLEADERS-BETSY WILLIAMS, RITA IURCZYK, ANN KAISISCHKE, DEBBI KNIGHT, DORIE MILLER. TOP: JENNY KELLY. W , -,1,,f:1geN1z, f A 1- , -"' ui' W' 54 'V H ',,,V" L "iw I fy, -,f, , h 4VmV'1 Q A ,,,, . . ,W EET ff' F f ' LL f n 'EE I f"" , .' 'f naw, 3 if AISI-W" rw Q M '- 5? ,un X, ,L J I RE TLI THE 1976- 1977 WRESTLING TEAM FINISHED THE SEASON INITH A 1 AND 15 RECORD. HOWEVER, MANY OF THE INDIVIDUALS HAD PERSONAL WINNING RECORDS . OUTSTANDING GRAPPLERS THIS YEAR WERE DON WILLIAMS, DAVE KREBS AND JIM BOUCHARD. ff' fftf .2 "- WRESTLING TEAM, BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: COACH RICK MCTAGGERT, DON WILLIAMS , GREG SCHULTZ, DAVE CONN, JERRY MILBURN, STEVE KENNEDY, JEFF KOLTS, MGR. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, JOE MILBURN, LEO KRASS , JIM BOUCI-IARD, DAVE KREBS , JERRY HALL, RAY I-IAGLUND. INTERMISSION NORM,S sup CLARK EH ff? , SUPER 100 P60 IBS fi STATES BANK Tawas City Oscoda 0 East Tawas, Michigan CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '77 MEMBER FDIC WILLIAM LCOK 81 SONS, INC. 200 NEWMAN ST. EAST TAWAS 5239 N. U,S. 23 OSCODA ' 3 0 W f .gun B' 1 f 4 w L,. s-. Q f'-L --ww..a,,, YW? 1 ? lx ,1,QQ ' M JZ ' :fn wg hw LLkr,k A ., V fe . 'V J . ,ix 2 , r vw ' . W, - Sf If S L ' 'Nil ' V 5 .ij g H, A T .H ' li i 1 .NW L' A . . V-'H , ' H! KIA ' Q . H . hi 1 5 24 5 ' A . ff-f I '-,f - V . A' W? A 3 U X i . w A S r K xlmas. W K 4 X SCHRECK LUMBER COMPANY CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 77 FROM START TO FINISH FROM THE H - P OM 362 3445 DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE SENIOR CLASS OF 1977 118 W BAY EAST TAWAS MI fmsdk PFEIFFER S TAWAS FLOWER SHOP 118 N. NEWMAN I x as dqelf clogs? BRUCGEITS FOODLAND 9 " A' - ,eo AND A ,L SC I as nf BRUGGERIS FOODLAND EAST .1 TRU ED FREEL'S KINGS MARKET NORTH WOODS MOTEL MARGRET MAIKA THE JOY SHOP GARY D. TRIECHEL MINORS GROVE TOWNE S COUNTRY FURNITURE KLENOW'S MARKET LEOFFLER LAFEYETTE ELECTRONICS S APPLIANCE TAWAS HARDWARE CONEY ISLAND INN FREEL F, I-FUCK P.C. THE OPTICAL SHOPPE MILL END STORE HENN1GAR'S FAMILY THEATRE ROLLINS REAL ESTATE E CAS STATION MISS CYNDI BURT THOMAS A, DAWSON D.D.S. MR. S MRS. GEORGE WOOD MAT!-iEW'S Sd S S5 VARIETY STORE LOCKSMITH S HOBBY SHOP JERRY' S MARINA ZUEEK MOTOR SALES COYLES FISH S CHIPS KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN CHOLCERS SERVICE SCHAAF LUMEER COMPANY PENMANS CAR WASH EAGLE PAPQK CROCERY BARRIER MOTOR SALES TAWAS MOTEL 'J"Wm, A x 'Ev ,. , xw a V V, XNg"KgNf,- f a u na gf, K ' I . if X Af P , W K f iv?" if Q 5 M . 'fir-'?' A ffm-..., 2 5 W , "" Us Q, A , ' 5 ,. fqv, , 4 M v VFW . , J , M N. ,Q A ' Q x NM' A A 'XZ . a?.I,y.,l! y A W W .X X 4 Mi-V 'I 5 122, M .W Ag nw X vi Y , Q ww- A , ,f A tl Q-.j'1ff' im,-+V A -1. Mgggwq-V , , , H 1 MW ,X , ig gi? V V rx A wwf .,. Y M M. fs . N 16 5 1' ,y ,. .Ae asm fl S 1 QQ, N' Sz, 2 N' " YF . . 'S Qi A ,lww .QM M -M 1 , mg. 57? ff- y, V www ,, ' A , M-f :QT I W' " ' V. AAQQW K ai. , Ili STANDING, L-R- -JERRY GRACIK, LOR1 SAVAGE, KATH1 MCDONALD IV. PRES.J, HOLLY LOOK qPRES.J, MIKE BARRY, JILL SAVAGE qTRES.J, TERESA SULLIVAN, SARAH ALEXANDER, JANE MOONEY, ANNE DALEN, HUGH LUEDTKE, COLLEEN JOHNSON, ANDY MAYER, JULIE JACQUES, DAWN I-IESTER, SUE ALEXANDER, LISA BLUST, JULIE NIVISON, SHELLY BROWN, BONNIE LOOK, VAL WILLIAMS. SITTING--MARY KING QBEEJ, TAMI SUI-IANIQ, JUDY JACKSON. THE STUDENT COUNCIL OF TAWAS AREA ACTS AS TI-IE GOVERNING BODY, REPRESENTING Tl-IE VIEWS OF THE STUDENT BODY TO THE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION, AND CARRY OUT ACTIVITIES TO MEET STUDENT NEEDS. THIS YEAR THE COUNCIL SPONSORED THE HOMECOMING AND CHRISTMAS DANCES, CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY, EXCHANGE DAY WITH JOHN GLENN H.S., VALENTINE CARNATION SALES, A HYPNOTIST, 2 ROCK BANDS, AND A VERY POPULAR GONG SHOW PRODUCTION. TCD CGUX, I Q2 A NL. l lll E , L A .L- ,Uv L 4, , , if we N f . 9 uri i S wie I in pri 6 Ar. wg A Q I 4 , ,M g , 'EA " , Q-4' f A ' '- 'f x 'ding . 3 i I iz iz 1 Q 5 Ez, L5 if 5 1 2, 5 ik ' gl g at L 1 H n. - . 2 ' ' F. M Q., 8 SARAH ALEXANDER, MIKE BARRY, DEBBIE BUBLITZ, ANNE DALEN, ANNE DUNHAM, JULIE ELLIOTT, BARB GRACIK, BOBBIE HAGLUND, DAVID KENNEDY, MARK KING, KRIS MACHLEIT, KATHI MCDONALD, DEANA MCKENZIE, JANE MOONEY, TINA NELSON, LORI SAVAGE, TERESA SULLIVAN, PATTY THOMPSON, MARK BARRY, MELCDY COLEMAN, KAREN HADLEY, JUDY JACKSON, JULIE JACQUES, SI-IELIA LOLL, HUGH LUEDTKE, LOIS MCCREADY, KELLY PAPENFUS, LEE STARLING, TAMI SUHANIC, KATHY TENBUSCH, REBECCA TOSKA, SUE ALEXANDER, LISA BLUST, KATHY BOIK, TOBY CADORETTE, JULIE CLAYTON, ROBIN ERICKSEN, MARY GALAVAGE, SANDY COUPIL, LORI GRABOW, JOAN HUGHES, STEVE KENNEDY, JULIE KONENSKI, KATHY MACHLEIT, KELLY MCDONALD, JOHN MOSS, LYNETTE RAPP, PEGGY SHULTZ, BEV STAUDACHER, DARLA TOSKA, LINDA WERTH, SUE BOIK, MINDY CLUTE, TONI COLMAN, ANNE COTTER, RENEE CURRY, ROBIN GREENE, SALLY KASISCHKE, DEBBY KNIGHT, ANDRE LAPALME, KEITH MCCREADY, JOE MILBURN, DAN PENN, SANDRA SALAMONY, JILL SAVAGE, AUGUSTA THOMPSON, JILL WAINWRIGHT, LAURA WILSON, JENNIFER WOJAHN, MR. SALAMONY. LEFT TO RIGHT: DAVE KENNEDY, MARY JANE WILLIAMS, HUGH LUEDTKE, STEVE KENNEDY, LAURA WILSON. LEFT TO RIGHT: JULIE KONENSKI, KATHY MACHLEIT, JANE MOONEY, LINDA WERTH, JILL SAVAGE, LYNETTE RAPF, EEV STAUDACHER, LOR1 GRABOW, JULIE CLAYTON, KATHY EOIK, SANDA SALAMONY, LOIS MCCREADY, LEFT TO RIGHT: SALLY KASISCI-IKE, MARY GALAVAGE, EEGKY TOSKA, SHELIA LOLL, JOHN MOSS, ANNE GOTTER, TOBY GADORETTE, SANDY GOUPIL, PATTY THOMPSON. LEFT TO RIGHT: MARK BARRY, MIKE BARRY. SARAH ALEXANDER, MIKE BARRY, DEBBIE BUBLITZ, ANNE DALEN, ANNE DUNHAM, JULIE ELLIOTT, BARB GRACIK, BOBBIE HAGLUND, DAVID KENNEDY, MARY KING, KRIS MACHLEIT, KATHI MCDONALD, DEANA MCKENZIE, JANE MOONEY, TINA NELSON, LORI SAVAGE, TERESA SULLIVAN, PATTY THOMPSON, MARK BARRY, MELODY COLEMAN, KAREN I-IADLEY, JUDY JACKSON, JULIE JACQUES, SHELIA LOLL, HUGH LUEDTKE, LOIS MCCREADY, KELLY PAPENFUS, LEE STARLING, TAMI SUHANIC, KATHY TENBUSCH, REBECCA TOSKA, SUE ALEXANDER, LISA BLUST, KATHY BOIK, TOBY CADORETTE, JULIE CLAYTON, ROBIN ERICKSEN, MARY GALAVAGE, SANDY GOUPIL, LORI GRABOW, JOAN HUGHES, STEVE KENNEDY, JULIE KONENSKI, KATHY MACHLEIT, KELLY MCDONALD, JOHN MOSS, LYNETTE RAPP, PEGGY SCHULTZ, BEV STAUDACI-IER, DARLA TOSKA, LINDA WERTH, SUE BOIK, MINDY CLUTE, TONI COLEMAN, ANNE COTTER, RENEE CURRY, ROBIN GREENE, SALLY KASISCHKE, DEBBY KNIGHT, ANDRE LAPALME, KEITH MCCREADY, JOE MILBURN, DAN PENN, SANDRA SALAMONY, JILL SAVAGE, AUGUSTA THOMPSON, JILL WAINWRIGHT , LAURA WILSON, JENNIFER WOJAHN . 5, iz 9 l Ji! 1 'I1', Tf?ffJ'5 , . NATIONAL HO OR OCIETY STANDING STEVE KENNEDY, SUE ALEXANDER, JIM PAINLOSKI, JIM DUBOVSKY, DEBBIE BISCHOF, JERRY HALL, DEBI TAYLOR, DAVE KENNEDY, GREG SCI-IULTZ, KATHY SNOBLEN-SECRETARY, MR. WASYLK, ADVISOR, RAY I-IAGLUND-VICE PRESIDENT, MIKE BARRY - PRESIDENT, HOLLY LOOK TRES, MIKE RI-IINEHOLM, LYNN LOOK, LOIS MCCREADY, PATTY SUTTON. SITTING JOAN I-TUGI-IES, BEV STAUDACI-IER JULIE KONONSKE, PATTY KLENOW, JODI BERNI-IARDT, JANE MOONEY, BARB GRACIK-ALTERNATIVE, KIM WICKERT, HUGI-I LUEDTKE, JIM BOUCHARD, JERRY GRACIK, MARK BARRY. 'fi QPSK I xiii, L.. ? Q I . VARSITY CL B 'L A FRONT ROW, KIM WICKERTX PRES, LYNN LOOK VP, MISS SZTANYOX ADVISOR, NANCY ANCHUETZ-TRES CINDY ZENSER- SECRETARY BACK ROW MARYJANE WILLIAMS, KIM MARX, SI-IELLEE DAVISON, TARA FREEL, MEG PETERSON, EVA BROCKENBROUGI-I, JODI BERNI-IARDT, RONDA BREND HALL, MARYANN MOONEY, BARB WESCOTT, BLUST, MARY PETERSON, HELEN ANCHUETZ. SITTING SINGLE FILE BARR STONEHOUSE, CAROLLAUWERS, sum ZENSER, LEXLE CAGE, RoxAMxns BRUEBACK, ANDREA COLBURN, KIM ZOLINER, DEBI TAYLOR, KIM MCKENZIE 5252354 lj PEP CLUB THE PEP CLUB WAS KEPT QUITE BUSY DURING THE FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL SEASONS MAKING SPIRIT SIGNS . THEY TRIED TO MAKE SIGNS AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK. DURING THE FOOTBALL SEASON, THE GIRLS DECORATED ALL VARSITY PLAYERS BEDROOMS BEFORE THE I-IOIVIECOMING GAME. THE PEP CLUB MAKES UP A GREAT DEAL OF THE TAWAS AREAS HIGH SCHOOL'S SPIRIT. - STARTING AT TOP LEFT TO RIGHT: LORI SAVAGE, PRESIDENT, MISS HYATT, ADVISOR, ANNE DUNI-IAM, SECRETARY-TREASURER, TERESA SULLIVAN, VICE- PRESIDENT, ROBERTA RICHTER, TAMMY PAITL, AMY SAVAGE, ANN KASISCHKE, SHELLEY BROVVN, MICHELLE HALLE, BEV STAUDACI-EER, LYNNETTE RAPP, JACKIE ABBOTT, PAM NOVIK, SALLY KASISCI-IKE, LORI LONG, CORENA WHITFORD, SUE WI-IITFORD, LORI GRABOW, JULIE KONENSKI, KATHY WATTS, CINDY WILSON, CINDY WOOD, RITA JURCZYK, BETSY WILLIAMS, DIANE ERICKSEN, JANICE KITCHEN, DAWN HESTER, JULIE NIVISON, SUE ALEXANDER. KEYETTE, THE KEYETTES HAVE BEEN DOING LOTS OF WORK PROJECTS CONSISTING OF: SELLING HOMECOMING IVTUMS AND WORKING ON THE QUEENS FLOAT, SELLING PERCHVILLE BUTTONS, RAKING THE EAST TAWAS BOULEVARD AND PLANTING FLOWERS THERE, DECORATING BATHROOMS FOR THE PROM, PLANTING FLOWERS AT THE HSOPITAL, BEING GUIDES AT THE TAWAS BAY ART SHOW. TI-IE GIRLS HAD TO EARN POINTS AT THESE DIFFERENT PROJECTS TO BE ABLE TO GO TO BOSTON ON A KEYETTE CONVENTION ON APRIL 28 TO MAY 2, ONLY FOUR GIRLS WENT: MARIANNE DAVIS , CORENA WI-IITFORD, PATTI KLENOW AND MARCI GIDLEY, LEFT TO RIGHT: MRS. KNIGHT, MARY KING, PATTI KLENOW, JULIE ELLIOTT, QVICE-PRESIDNETJ , BEV STAUDACHER, ANNE DUNHAM, QPRESIDENTJ, CORENA WHITFORD, HOLLY LOOK, MARCI GIDLEY, QTREASURERJ, LINDA WERTI-I, LYNETTE RAPP, LORI SAVAGE, MARIANNE DAVIS, QSECERTARYJ, DEBBIE BISCHOFF, DIANE PRIESKORN. ' M ' KEY CL B TOP TO BOTTOM PAT HILL, ED SI-IILLAIR, MARK ENGLE, JOHN MAI-IER, BILL WAINWRIGHT, C1-IERYL SI-IILLAIR, ROLAND TRAFELET, CUT MCMURRAY, PAM NOVIK, ROBERTA RICHTER, BRAD FREEMAN , GARY WAREN, BRENDA GOTCHER F f I S 'X x FRE CH TRA EL CLUBH ww' BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, BELINDA BAKER, PATTY SUTTON, MARY HILL, SHANNON BUSHA, PEGGY SCHULTZ, TAMMIE GROFF, JOHN MOSS, DIANE ERICKSON. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, GARY WARREN, SERGEANT AT ARMSg BRENDA GOTCHER, PRESIDENTg MARY HACKBORN, VICE-PRESIDENT5 STEVE KENNEDY, SECRETARY-TREASURER, JANE RICH, JOE MILBURN, JIM PALMER. THROUGHOUT THE 1976- 1977 SCHOOL YEAR THE FRENCH TRAVEL CLUB WAS BUSY RAISING S2000 FOR THEIR TRIP TO MONTREAL, CANADA. THEIR TRIP WAS TAKEN ON JUNE 10, 11, 12, AND 13 OF 1977. THEY HAD MANY PROJECTS GOING THROUGHOUT THE YEAR TO HELP THEM MAKE SUCH A TRIP POSSIBLE INCLUDING: THE SALE OF CANDY AND CANDLES, A RUMMAGE SALE AT THE ST. JOSEPH SOCIAL CENTER, AND AN ' 'ALMOST ANYTHING GOES' ' SHOW WHICH WAS THEIR LAST PROJECT OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. THE MEMBERS PUT A GREAT DEAL OF WORK INTO EVERY PROJECT TO MAKE THEIR TRIP A SUCCESS. CANDY STRIPER STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: LORI LONG, SI-IERI BUGI-I, DEBBIE NYCI-I, MARY I-IERMAN, STACEY I-IARTSI-IORN, PAM MCCLUNG, AND TANY A HARTSI-IORN, SITTING LEFT TO RIGHT: ROBIN GREENE, SUE WATTS, CAROL BELL, AND LORI GRUNCI-I E' ,I L 2 9 f,e' YEARBOOK N SPAPER STAFF x ,j,,"is, ibi STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: MISS TALBOTg ADVISOR, GLENDA WINCI-IELL, MARCIA GIDLEY, ED SI-IILLAIR, AND LEESA BALDWIN SITTING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: JUDY JACKSON, CARRIE SNOBLENg ASST, EDITOR, ROBBIE ROLL, SENIORS, LINDA JOI-INROE, CHERI CASTANO, KIM ALMY , ANDREA COLBURN, AND PATTY .ACKERMAN NOT PICTURED: DEBBIE BUBLlTZg EDITOR, DONNA MANNING3 BUSINESS MANAGER, MARY ANN CRADIT, AND PAT FOLEY T254 J LEFT TO RIGHT STANDING UP: GAYLE COYLE, MARIANNE DAVIS, CHRIS BISSONETTE, TAMMY ILLICIN, DEBBIE BISCHOFF, KELLY MCDONALD, LYNN STARLING, KATHY FINLEY, BETH BROWN, LISA BALDWIN, JUDI WILLIAMS, MRS. HARVEY, SITTING DOWN ARE: DAWN I-LESTER, LANA WILLIAMS, LAURA KRUSE, JULIE KONENSKE. OFFICE AN LIBRARY AIDE LEFT TO RIGHT STANDING UP: ANIY BARNES, LORI GRABOW, MARY GALAVAGE, TIM SMALL, STEVE BONDS, KELLY WATTS, JILL WAINWRIGHT, LOR1 EMERY, MISS BRZAKOWSKI. SITTING DOWN ARE: KATHY MACHLEIT, BECKY HENSTRA, BRIGETTE STRELECKE, ANNETTE FRENCH, NANCY ANSCHUETZ. abr. TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: LAURA KRUSE, IRENE DAVIS, ANNETTE FRENCH, ROBERTA RICHTER, RAYMOND SMITH, BILL POCKEL, VERLYN CURTIS , MARK LENCZEWSKI , LEWIS BAKER, TERRY EDMONDS, PAM NOVIK, LYNN OLAH, MARY HILL, SUE WHITFORD. ZND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: ALICE WOLFORD, JANET METCALF, KATY FINLEY, JENNIFER DALEY, ROBYN ERICKSEN, MARY HACKBORN, PATTY JOHNROE, TAMIMY PARENT, CINDY DRUMM, MELINDA KENDALL. 3RD ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: DORIE MILLER, CORENA WHITFORD, PATTI KLENOW, JACKIE BARC, BRENDA BACKUS, SHANNON BUSHA, SUE BARNES, LYNETTE CARPENTER, JERRIE MILLER, SHELLY LOOK. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: MR. BERCH, JEANINE ROSE, JACKIE ABBOTT, DIANA SOULTS, MARCI GIDLEY, JANE RICH, PAM MCCLUNG, TAMNIY PAITL, LESLE CALL, LINDA CLAYTON. SITTING, HOLLY LOOK. MISSING, BRENDA GOTCHER. P I , ' K. ,IQE I I 53425 5' J ACTIVITIES ,,, Q ' 1 r ,1 ff " A i , f. g K' 595 I 'J I f Wxfgl WMV """lV M QU! 4539232 ' ,ff ,N I KIL. f -'f . ? 1 n 1 , m,.. 5 5 Q V 1 L , ' 'L -f wwf M , My use being built by DQL LllfZ.Ll CFLIININI .n- , 7 -' FORLE ICS 7 -77 STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT MRS REASNER JUDY JACKSON, DEBBIE KNIGHT, JIM PAWLOSKI, VERN BEAUBIEN, TOM HUTCHING, DAVE CAMPBELL, LARRY HUGHES, SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT. 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