Traverse City High School - Pines Yearbook (Traverse City, MI)

 - Class of 1983

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I HOW CAN I FIND THE SHINING WORD, THE GLOWING PHRASE THAT TELLS ALL THAT YOUR FRIENDSHIP MEANS TO ME I ALL THAT YOUR FRIENDSHIPISPELLSP THERE 5 NO WORD, NO PHRASE FOR YOU ON WHOM I SO DEPEND, ALL I CAN SAY TO YOU 5 THE, "GOD BLESS YOU PRECIOUS FRIEND. " - AUTHOR UNKNOWN 76, UQ? M, ,, , ' fawwff, ,, I , I M ff Iwi 'fdfwk M p nwmy , , , II ,I f ' f I ff ww W 'ff , Wxf ww MKS' QE Q QX I I ff, ,VZ W. ff I .4 my "ff I . yi w,fm,,,3 , gf ,yy fy iff I W QI ...AIY Y H1 M dit L HLZ .si QI mn HQIE IDS II3 Bebeve ir ornor, we ad have one rhing in common . . . Fnendshio is somerhing we al need We may arnmes feellike we don'r, bur we cannor escape rhe facr rhar deep everybody does need rhis speaal kind of love! Relanon- ships. lhe speaal rhing we al share wirh one anarher. Do you remember al rhe limes you have shared wirh me-nas? The times when you needed comfomng words? Like rhe nrne you d1dn'r ger rheleadinrheplay?orashoulderro cryon?Likerhenmerheoneyou rhoughr was perfecr, dropped you? Our rrue fnends were always rhere! And whar abour rhe laughs we shared rogerher slumber par- ries, jokes, dumb rhings we did in school Think of all rhe memorable rimes shopping or driving ro Cenrral for a weekend Whar abour rhe rimes spenr reaching someone ro ski? Bur of course, lfe isn'r always yellow roses. We yelled ar eadr orh- en pulled haih saarched caled names, and ignored one another Bur we weresnWfnendsmrheend Memones. lhe speaal rhings we ad share wirh one anorher lhere are always rhings in life rhar we don'r expecr or wanr ro hop pen. Someofushavelosrourbesr mends in fatal car OCGUEDIS. We losr rhemro booze orhighspeeddriving or maybe even cancer And ir was only rhen rhar we reawy rhoughr of how speaal rhar somebody was. We punished ourselves, wondenng why we olowrdorhingsmore ofren or say rhe rhings we wanred ro. I rhlhk irs irnporranr rhar we draw doser and ger as mud? our of life as wecan whilerheresrilissomelifero ive. Weneedrojoinhandsandlook ar each orher and share our qopre aanon for one anorhen jwr in case romorrow never comes. Love. You never realy reaize Irs there, unnl youlindrharirisgone 7' Q 574- li?" , .IN .X Six--.Q-, ,- fu J I l -Srf,-55: . . v - ' I III! l HW? 5 : ' l u 3 ' 'ff 5" ' wg . . . 9 u ,. ! 9 A 5 P u A Il-WEIDPS AIWAYS A ICMUIQIPUW . . . . . AND WIIH II IHEIQPS AIWAVS A llillf HOPE. is a EQ' Y ,gf agwfhfw fy Www "'f W? , waf' up-, Q 5"""" Wh "Mfrs, W Mawr Www , 14 IHGMWV' .,' Aiwa-xx L' ff' -, janv V .4-., 1, M Vx ' ff L 1, , MM' tw 1- M 1 Wk .f i PWM 4 fm 4 I ' "' I ' , X' 1 4 W .W r,,.vV' P , Y 1 'QS . ay N X 'sv ' A 1- L x a 1 'PJ L l 91 J, Y ww-2fYP ' knagine being a butterfly. lt doesn't matter what type of butter- fly, just imagine it for a moment. You have wings that can take you anywhere. Colorful and smooth, maybe spotted or stnped You de adetoflyoffandbaskfortheday on a sunflower. You land early in the morning. You srretdw your broad wings apart so as to absorb al the rays there are. The sun rises to high noon, and soon you hear voites. The children. Ah, yes, the chidren have come to catch you. Midvael only three years old reaches high to touch your harmonious wings. You quidfly bring your wings together and Mithael and Forever giggle their dvildish laughter They try again ro roudz you. You fly off to another flower Fosctnated at your beauty they dvase happily afrer you. Not bothered by their curiosity about you, you decide to play along with their game by fiying here and there, For today you have already bnght- ened by making the dwldren laugh. A butterfly. One butterfly. lt can go wherever it pleases, and pleases wherever it goes. Love. A forever thing. Love. A feelng. Like a butrerlfy it lands, flies, titkles, and changes. lt can bnng laughter or tears. lt can come and go without any warnmg. But love is the greatest thing, and so it says in I Corinthians Chapter 13. Love. Iris ike a butterfly. It goes wherever it pleases, and constantly pleases wherever it goes! '5i'l! s se W" It LL City Lf' Q jzliz. , V rg: -TROJANS Q f z . ' -A ' V " ea... iq. ," -"1 f-Tfr' 9 if f-Y. X ,f r. C 'E 4' , . x A A'-X xv 1 .1 " ' 4 1 A' ' L . - f ,- -.- --s-Q.. J ' . '- 5.51- :-5 , 1. 'N f ,"'vv-, 2 '-'S-.- . - -...--f .K-J, f,.if , EL, , if , W Gy"gQS,x!4-1'11ULm.5iTA :57' ,, , I V Zmx xv f, if K I 1 gf ,- ' f - Veer- 2ff ps, -ww, V :AA 0. X , Ek , h 5' +44 .A,,, ., , - . , I 1 - 4 ff I -A ,,AA. l ' It , 5 1 M V,: x,A,,i mu ,,,,, MH, Nd ., , V Y l Z 4 i L K e Q-LN r 4M 3 I 2' I5 I M., A . .4 , y , , H i I i 1 3. . xikif. . ,xl 43: 'E' ,Z 535, . BLM. an 5.1 Deieve in yourself' Have a Hrrle fairh! Tell yourself you are a unique person. You are Hke no one ebe in rhis whole universe, and na one eke is life you. You 'can reach, rouch, and fulfill any dream rhor you dare ro dream if you beleve rhor nothing can srop you. The only person who could really force you from becom- ing rhe mosr you can is you yourself Everyone has a destiny ro com- plere. We live buf only once, and rherefore have only one Hferime ro abrain our highest goab, lr is impar- ranr rhen rhor we tiscover our srrengrhs and 'develop rhose srrengrhs ro rheir greoresr exrenr. Even if we cannor become Brooke Shields, Thomas Sellacls, Morher Te reso, or Ronald Reagan, we can rry ro bring rhe besr of ourselves ro rhe ourside world. The more posirive arrirude we de- velop, rhe berrer our personalnes become. No one cares ro hear someone piry himself and consranrly pur himself down. Bur, on rhe orher hand no one eryoys a conceired person eirher! A posirive arrirude means having a good ourloolf, desri- ny, or belief rhar "l can give ir my besr shor. lcon fry. lcan become a somebody in rhis world lmay face manyrobsracles, buf only l can rurn myself down. Only I can rurn oppor- runiries away. lcon morivare myself rhor is possible. And I will' Today l will begin ro dg for rhe core of my abilries. Everything is possible!" We 've goriro believe in ourselves. We 've gor ro beieve in our desri- nies!! E Av r Qi' ez' ,fb ,Y , gs, . A ,,,. O n when 'Y "' 'ni W w I, 41" ,. '- ' -W X Y: 5 if G l Q'-Gil 9 i lm I IBEIIIVE IN YUUIQSIIF IBEUIVE IN YDUIQ IISIINV - CENA KING -' M l Wk' f f ff, 7 , 1 V ,, , f V , -, 1, ,ffn I Jrfjxw 'M 5. Z ff . 34' 37, 1 , fi ,ff 5, ,W , f , , f,,,f!f 'K fivffakfz M f, , ,Z fn x ggi 7 ' ffffflzgffc' f ff . , f ,. ,-,,,,, ,, fww . MJ 5, ng K 4 1 U' 'wif , - ' f-4' U if ,fy , K A M gif' ff M f f f y A f I, 'fa X 1 , Z Ang Wa, ' 1' ,W W , 1 ,, is , W jf 5 , 1 f I 1 X 3, , 1 1 9 12 f Af 4 ' ff 7 U1 ff ' 'ff Q as f 1 ff ' 4 Im, f , fn ,r,, VW ,V W , . ,5 ,aim V, . i . V 1, 1 Nun-J. A Q' V 4 . fi -7 -ies-2-.f A. . , A '-11,2 Y, " iff .3 "C 3 ,114 ' , A x ' Ar HV- 1 W'-1 f l If Ge-no King, age 2 ' LX ,1 . 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Remember rhe BoGi baclf in junior high? Thar was rhe place for music rhen . . . rhee sporl And rhen came high school. We all grew foo cool for anyfhing bur M-TV and headsers. Memories. We all have a lor of rhem in common. Somehow, rhough, we remember Coifferenrlyi rhe evenrs we share rogerher. For insrance, a friend may remember a rime on rhe beach only because of some silly rhing you may have done. On rhe orher hand, you may recall rhe incidenr only because your friend was acring "foo funny" rhar day. We usually remember rhings rhar are good and forgef rhe bad rimes, wirh rhe exceprion of rhe rhings rhar have carved scars info us. l can remember being rhe princess of Mllow l-Hll lzlemenrary in Hrsr grade. lrhoughrl was rhe luclsiesr girl in rhe whole world My prince was Kevin Oarley and rhe runners-up were Barbara Aldrich and Thomas Garls. lr was a near experience . . . somerhing l will never forger. Things such as argumenrs rhough, we fend ro forger almosr as soon as we srarr ro Hghr. Don 'r you ever asls yourseli "Whar are we Hghring abaur?" Don 'r you rend ro forger rhese rimes of rrials and rhinls more abaur happy rimes in Hfe? Graduarion is a very celebrared evenr. Parries are wide-spread, and rears are ofren shed. We'll never again arrend our pasr schools as sru- denfs. Afrer graduarion, we may never see each orher again. Bur, we will always be one special fam- ily. Our memories will never vanish! The following is a rribure ro rhar friendship and our rime here in high 5ChOOff - Gena King, Ediror The Pines 198.3 - IHE SUN Wlll SIIll IQISI IOMUIQIQUW - Oose by rhe door, rhe boy paused ro srond. H5 closs ring, he rook off his hood. All who knew him, could nor speck, os o silenr reor, ron down hfls cheek. 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Leshe Arnell works hard ar checking forms for sfudenrs picking up schedules. ,Quia SCHQGL DELAY DQESNT STGP SPIRIT The '82-'83 school year gor off ro a lore srarr. The reachers were an srrike which delayed school for six days. Srudenrs already had rheir schedules, buf rhey oidn'r mind an exrended vacarion. A Trusr Walk was held rhis summer by rhe Srudenr Council. They gor rogerher ro parricpare in an acriviry which would heb fhem ro know one anorher berrer and have fun or rhe same rime. "Resolve rhar rhe Unired Srares should currail arms sales TO orher counrries" was rhe ropic for rhe Debare Team rhis year. They were busy garhering informarion for and againsr rhis ropic earher in rhe semesrer and had very successful reams rhis year. 26 nmmmmmmmnmmnmmmm The Trqan Marching Band had a busy summer. One week of band camp and many hours of pracrice rhere- afrer prepared rhem well for rheir performance ar rhe Ponriac Silver Dome. Following rhe some parrern of har. work, rhe Flag Corp also displayed rheir ralenrs in a gran manner. This years Pom-Pon Squad dazzled rhe specrarors wirh rourines rhar rhey learned over rhe summer. All rhe girls combined rheir ralenfs ro form a dynamic squad. Pep Club kepr rhe Trqan Spirir going by doing many rhings. They sold candy and held Pep Rallies which helped ro boosr rhe srudenrs' spirir. mnm.nmnnnmmmf..M ww. X,.l,, ., ' WY F31?N!4Z!F FW i .Wa fb P . iff! 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Drum mayors, Colleen Gaurhier and Bob Goddard, ore essenriol parrs of rhe band The porn-pons ler rhe audrence lsnow "People" rs up nexr, Rfcle Slsendzel and Todd Muha play rherr E duer wrrh sryle and hnesse The 1952 Drum Corps, 1000000000399 ar' fD.tD.A1JD.1l1l1'LID.tD.ID.lD.g Nr W, vw Q-efw,fX1,.Y,. , Y UUUUUUUUUUUU 4' 'g - , . , H -v ,X , ,. W A ,, 4 ff ,. a .. V Q " fe - , " P' A x Q K Ar r f - ' , fa xv W ' ' f 'N 4. --0" " w 0 ii . B 1 ' . . I 1. , ' V ,. ,A Q 2' v ' , fx ., , ' , - f- ', 0' ' as ' 5 ',f,ff V fb" q 1 w ,M ' 3 W - V " 1 ,r , P: uv -" a V ""' f 'fb 'V if if dx, K . V' I A qu- - -. A -44 1 , 'inn - , K , ongcofe 1 19 A m-Poms A ' Jeannie 1 .71 k 5 " 0, v f 'Q lf -. .f . A ' X . 4' '- Z9 TTIITUKTE We :?Zw?23'f:f1UQV,'RflQ3WQI?QR?i4Ri5R' RRRIRRRIRQHIRRIHRQ 1 PETE AND MlCHl:Lb RHCJN IN 82 The 1982 Homecoming wos o glirrering success. The evenr, sponsored by Srudenr Council wos held rhe weels of Ocrober 78-22. However rhe evenr ocruolly begon os eorly os lore Seprember wirh rhe building of closs floors. Lors of efforr ond reomworls wenr info eoch of rhe Hoors on rhe porr of rhe closs councils ro hopefully produce o winning producr. On Tuesdoy rhe 19rh, elecrions were held ro derermine rhe King ond Queen ond rheir courrs. The resulrs were onnounced rhe nexr morning, producing six condidores for eoch posirion. Then on Thursdoy nighr rhe onnuol Homecoming Po- rode wos held. Floors were enrered by rhe 5lU Club, Key Club, ond Erudenr Council olong wirh rhe rrodirionol closs floors. Of rhe closs Hoors rhe seniors fools lsr ploce wirh rheir purple whole, ond rhe sophomores come in 2nd wirh rheir slogon "Eor Em' Up Trqons. " The juniors broughr up rhe behind, being disouolihed becouse of desrrucrion by Ure broughr on by rhe seniors. Following rhe porode, o bonhre wos held ro rouse rhe school spirirs for rhe foorboll gome Fridoy nighr. On Fridoy ofrernoon o speciol pep ossembly wos held. ln rhe midsr of rhe rooring crowd, Perer Sroll ond Michele Mllioms were onnounced os rhe 7982 Homecoming King ond queen, To rop ir off rhe seniors won rhe Bigmourh oword ond rhe Trqons won rhor nighrs foorboll gome, 21-O, ogoinsr Mono Shores. So, rhe 1982 Homecoming begon on o good nore ond monoged ro sroy on o good nore oll rhe woy rhrough ro rhe end. lr will be remembered os one of rhe besr Homecomings ever. 1 AI f L J JG A, Udvdbbbdbbvvf .i',. A ,Q nf' .wi 'U 9.--- in 'js ,Q fa 1 In TOGA!! Pere and Mithele, rnarnenrs afrer being crowned. The seniors proudly show off rheir "Pur- ple Whale. " On alsplay is rhe sophomores famous foorball player. Mithele Mllams receives congrarularions from Dr. Ayling offer being crowned. The sophomores show rheir rousing spirf irs. Admiring rhe blazing bonfire is rhe "un- lfnown srudenr. " The 7982 King and Queen Candaaresf Lynda Fuller, lm McDougall, Lisa Faer- srer, Ty Schieber, joe Neihardr, Pere Srall, Michele xmiloms, Kelly Green, and Kevin Nebon, Missing: Charlie Dramrner, Kyle Hayes, and Diane Zenrelf 8 31 unmf"AA22222RR RRRBBRRRRMMM 32 X. MUSIC DOMINATES FALL Y-q'x , 5 November hosred a wide variery of ocrlvlrfes for sru- denrs wishing ro become Involved One of rhe mosf popular evenrs was Donkey Boslferball an evenr spon- sored by Srudenf Council, lr was jusr llse regular basleer- boll buf rhe dfference, obviously, was rhar lr was played while on a donlfey. Anorher blg acrlvlry was BandfO- Roma when rhe Marching Band played all rhefr songs from marching season ro a full house In rhe gym. The nighr included a feorure performance by rhe Lfrrle Trqan Marching Bond Aho lmporronr ro our school was rhe Key awards, honoring srudenrs wirh a slgnlhcanr grade pofnr average, This was one of fhe mon y acrlvlries of fhe Norlonal Honor Soclery. Two brealffasrs also rool4 place during rhe monrh of November. The Hrs! was a new srudenr brealsfosr, provldng new comers o chance ro become acgualnred wlrh orher srudenrs also fn rhe some slruarlon, and a foculry brealsfosr was held by Srudenf Councll. Earlier fn rhe monrh of November, rhe Concerr Choir fools a rrlp ro Albion College fO perform and ro see college groups perform. 'iw ,Q in- I L 03 Eldldknnn F' Don 'r blow your oralns our, Todd Maha. Klrsfen Mebon goes for 2 polnfs, Angle Lawson and Michelle Beyer have their own lsfnd of ream worlf The Marchlng Band performs or Band-Of Rama, Dr. Ayling congrarulafes Carl Ganrer on hls academlc ochlevemenrs. Lf. Governor Erlc Sherberneau and new srudenr Jodi Burmelsrer porrlcpare In rhe new srudenr brealffasr. Mlss Sandy Golaslq L ynerre Blackford, Mrs. Laura Swire and Mrs. Deo Germain eryoy rhe focalry breolffosr. Dave Murdiclf, ln fhe face off aww -0- mxnmmmm JUUUUEE' 34 J- Effx CHEERLEADERS 'X J" 'kiezdff '7- R rar, E. M ' ai-A-i. - -mmf w-.erfiifbmg-. 36 . FD!!! 1-V y nm Mhfer Vorsfry Cheerleaders: Cfronr row? Anno Msrronzi , , , Kofh y Sleder, Sheflo Rupp, Dlone Zenfelf, Cbock fowl Jenny goney Soulmon, Kyle Hayes, U50 Eoersfer, Korhleen Chrxropher. X JI IllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIII o 'Ill' 5 ' 'r llflllf 1 I Fall Varsiry ..Carr1e Borh rhe Varsiry and Junior Varsiry Cheerleading Squads were lsepr busy in 1982. Coach Sandy Harms cur rhe squads down from 0 ro 2 because she felr rhar if would be easier ro worle wirh jusr lo girls insread of rhe previous years 24, which included rhe Whire Squad. Many long hours of pracrice caused rhe cheerleaders ro be consranrly on rhe go. The girls pur in 2 hours of procrice every orher day besides rhe rimes when rhey were acrually cheering OT rhe games. The squads ako had rhe responsibiliry of cheering ar rhe soccer confesis rhis year, ln addirion, rhe y arrended a clinic for six full days in rhe summer where rhe girls learned new rourines and made up some of rheir own, Missy f-Q A panel of judges were rhe ones who made rhe decisions obour whar girls would be on rhe reams. The panel was made up of reachers from around rhe area, previous cheerleaders and coach l-larms. The girs arrend- ed a six day clinic and were required ro memorize cerrain cheers and even malfe one up on rheir own which rhey perform in fronr of rhe judges. Thanks ro rhe TC Boosrers Club rhe cheerleaders are able ro have nice ourrlrs and rransporrarion ro rhe away games. Being able ro arrend rhe away games was exciring for rhem, and rhey in rurn boosfed rhe reams and fans spfrir. ,,s .ipgfll s , f gf" sji:Z,Vv A ,T ' +,-fig, T-we wif' 4 .L--J' ','i '. L X 'V . Sify. G f ' -lv -V F J' f 4,1 ., I " . his T I A v,,. i ,'4 lll, AY , i.. zv,- X " 'T' jsi' T xx i i 4-C71 ' ,il N f U iii, A ,Q ' fir w ifi , ox M E C ' A A f L 5 1 JI x 'SX V ,npxemmvovmmamennnlllnbifb -415 uwwwwwwwwwwuuuwwua V V V mmm, Www.. , Yam. ,lg , f A f ! 0,', f X rf: "-"xxx , M X 1 , 'So i 7 V T 1 0- 'Q 9 Q' Q Q f! Q., ."f 5, X -Q' 3'-.--f' U xs- -I i I I I if .5 ' .. , " X Y s B -I LJ? 'e- N . N Y... 5, V waiwlgfs .'. A2 . 1631. .fig -- fm WINTER VARIETY ln anriciparion of Chrisrmas, rhe Srudenr Council orga- nized a Chrisrmas Week. The spirir was begun by having rhe srudenrs decorare rheir own buildngs. The Senior Mng was rhe besr decorared wirh a free and arrihcial snow around rhe windows. During rhe following weels, evenrs Wise rhe "lovely legs" and 'Sonia lools-a-hlse-" conresrs occurred Ar rhe end of rhe weels a semi-formal dance was held ar Logans Racauer Uub. The rifle "Besr 5ecrion" was won by rhe rrombane secrion of rhe Trqan Jazz Band in rhe Jazz Band l-'esrival ar CMU during rheir 82-83 performing season. The band ako had many orher penformances under rhe alrecrion of Mr. Campbell. Stranger In the Night was rhis years mid-winrer play. All of rhe hard work and long hours of pracrice pur in by srudenr drecror, Mary Ramon, and rhe performers paid off wirh success when ir came rime for opening nighr. .. Y. ix., 'SA Wi .. 1 .2 1: 51? - fix .1 1 .- .Jew gf 1 i-,ti V -. x '-Taj sf i wg rf i 1. The names of rhe seniors form on '83 Chrisrmas free. 2. Jule Million and Chru Jones were co- owners of rhe Horel Bools and Gifr .Shop in rhe mid-winrer play. 3, The Jazz Band pracrices offer school un- der rhe drecnon of Mr. Campbell. 4. Members of rhe play Stranger in the Night hsren ro rhe unraveling of rhe ar- rempred-murder mysrery. 5. The rrumpers are hard ar worls during a ,Jazz Bond pracrice. 6. Scorr Mclsens and Tami Ray eryay a momenr of relaxarion during rhe Chrisr- mas dance. Z The seniors Chrisrmas free srands proud- ly in their wing. 8. Arraclfing rhe guys again, Karen Farce? Q. Carhy Roberrs and Scarf Nadeau show spirirs were high ar rhe Chrisrmas dance. RRMEREF zw.. -FHWA RRRRRRRRMRRRI 1 2, .3 4 5 O 7 8 Q f . ,o,,u-"Q" ' The sparr rralners are Greg M eredrh, Par ry Kruplfa, Dave Thompson, Una Pur- man 5a Geoff Dankerr, haw does rr rasre9 Trqan Brass blows rhe crowds away The edrars af rhe Black and Gold are Assfsranr Edrar, Mane l-llry, 5porrs Edror, Mflfe Sweeney, Ad Manager, Geoff Danlserr, Edronal Edror, Chucls Valleaa, Edirar-fn-Chfef Carl Ganrer Key Gab arganfzes rhefr cans far rhe Salyarfan Army Mr, Campbell canducrs rhe Trqan Brass daring one af rhe home games Smfle, Rad Farrell - sraffer -, frs a deadlnel Pep Cluo feeds rhe hungry fans Chaclf Mayer passes Sharon Sheldon food durlng rhe can drive M. ,4- Qmr"mfefmmwaa be , 532 -. fffff 2' Lin' 1 Nil K ix, Af-U X X :2wa2w5i3 -C17 an 16 I v fl , ' .flip 9' K nfl-'L F. 5 ,Q'P:'??t'l'i',"3'a'T3"1?"D-"1'D-0"1-llIlM 'UUUHcw1lHc1lscvsevfell+Qllil1+Ql1Ql1Qll'il' :L Xy Oh , MJ, , f., 4 w gn .3 ,, , 1- ' "'4"f-M AA--6Aqna4AA 1 i . NEW YEAR E VENT5 Some of rhe fairhful Trqan fans included rhe rrainers who dd rheir parr in hekning rhe Trqans ro win, They were ar all of rhe games ready ra furnish rhe players wirh o glass of wafer or ra rape an ankle. lf you wanred ro know who some of rhe schools mosr ambifious wrirers were jusf look in rhe Block and Gold. The sroff consisred of obour 23 srudenrs who made ir all come rogefher for bi-weekly deadlines. They produced auoliry papers for rhe whole year wirh special rhanks ro rhe Record Eagle for prinring rhem, The Trqan Brass and Pep Club were ar mosr of rhe Trqans games ro keep rhe fans hred up. Pep Club kepr rhe fan 's sramaches sarisi7ed while rhe band boosred rheir enrhusiasm by performing during breaks in rhe games plays Some sixrh hour classes parricipared in rhe Can Drive in which rhe class wirh rhe masr cans of food would win o pizza parry, lnsreod of having a porry, Mrs. Scharfs class donored rhe money ro rhe Solvarion Arm y along wirh rhe cans rhar Key Club collecred. 1ll'll'1ll'll"lU'lV1V1.VK.I' Rl xr xr A 'M'-32w.a.:, a,i',. , 4"'AM'W'w.V,, 1-Q ,.. ,, b ,M ','Wv.,--.. L . L 1 A K K X My i , . .,X. M-may " 1- Hawks-.,f,w.-.x -Nfl-Q2-+'S - a I Qzwml 'A if I .Q 9 2 X 1 , 'x 1 -A 1 lf' ' 5 .5 fr,- , - L,--D v ,. Wixgf' -I .:3,55.! "?f2x5. '7 - 1-as, ' 5 Ffa- ' Q-r,...4.. I i f fp! 'M' Ci- ' S' 3 40 I ,J nnnlnnnnnnnmn 4 IIRIIU V wzwffiww W .g- AS1 ,A . 2 7 Mr, Puchala drecrs rhe mixed chofr. 2 L12 Messing reads abour famous women In our naffonfs hfsrory 0 The Cenrury Qzza rep selk his producr ro rhe Humonmes classes. 4 Denise Bazzerr and Chris DeWa!d per' form as parr of rhe Sprfng Concerr 5. The Model UN. dass crmaues a reporf given by Marr Marrson, o, The Be! Confos go rhrough warmrup ex- ercfzes 7 Marie I-Mry seems ro have a for ro sm17e abour fn Mode! UN. - WOMEN OE THE PAST REMEMBERED TODAY February was an exrremefy busy monrh for srudenrs. ln fhe Model UN. class, rhey spenr many hours fn rhe hbrary doing fncivfdual and group research, Each srudenf represenred a counrry or a cerrafn porrion of a counrrys governmenr, Larer fn rhe spring rhe srudenrs would meer wirh orher srudenrs rhroughour Michigan fn a genera! assembly. The Humanfries pizza sale was nor as big o success as rhe y had fnrended for rhey did nor reach rhefr goo! of 52,000 Money mode was used for a rrfp ro Chicago. Borh choirs spenr many hours pracricfng in rhe music buildng before rhey were able ro perform in a concerr, Because of Narfonol Womens Week, a for of srudenrs as wel! as reachers were made more aware of famous women rhroughour hlsrory, To show rheirmsup- porr, many srudenrs and sfoff wore green and whfre in rememberance of rhe suffrqerfesl Beefhovens Fifth Symphony was jusr one of rhe selecrfons heard or rhe Mnrer Concerr. E I 41 , 'W 5 0 1: 5. z Q H' ,JA ff 1 1 ,J V A ' 'Ffa ii s WRBL was Traverse Gfy Senlor l-Hghs own radlo sra- rfon, lr could be heard every mornlng before school over rhe spealser sysrern. Each morning s show had a dffferenr pair of announcers, orherwlse lfnown as DJ, s. For mosr of rhe srudenrs mvolved ln WRBL, lr was jusr anarher school acrlvlry, our for a few, lr was rhe beglnnlng of a career fn rado broadcasnng. WRBL s srarlon manager for rhe '62-'83 school year was Chrfsropher Cuffaro, Mr. Hansen, who raughr several radio classes, was rhe adv!- sar for rhe club, The club wasn 'r as easy rojofn as some 01010101010' ff "VWfD1 2020010-cya-cm0'f0'cw-Xmwlsulsu. 10101 1 '- I X, 1 gym-..,Q fi A 2 A 5 J e 0 fx people rhinls. Srudenrs had ro auo0rion1n rhe srudlo ro see lf rhey had aua017ed ro be on rhe sraff WRBL has been on rhe alr since 7962. lf you wanred ro hsren ro rhe Traverse Gry l-Hgh School Orchesrra, you couldn'r hear lr on WRBL, buf rarher you would have had ro have offended one of rhelr concerrs. The spnng cancerr was held ar Lars l-loclssrad Auchrorfurn, and rhe conducror of rhe performance was Srephen l-lobson. l11lD.fD.vf1lD.lD.II'l.tTl.IT11h.lh.n1. K ur x-,wfmlwmfxofm-:.,:. - .. - ,- - UUl1FwflW,I? 11I1iIniI" II'q-Im-Irq-I' 'IMI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ROCK OR CLASSIC? 1 fe is ww 1 2 1 4 X I N 'ff wffflv v. 5' ., ,ff 'ZH I V.. 5: 5 4 D4 ...XI f' 7 A I if 6 1 -,, ,J 1 K' C lg - E: :E I i C -an I C '- If II -E I . , ffi'.....a: Year- f -, QF, aw. R- Kwai . .- , ' -. ,M - " ,V ' IQ, es - AI -v ' .v II. I '- 'Q 2. Q1 IV -Y , ' I 1 ? MII f 4. . I 9 'fs ' vi X' e fx.--r ' 'I pl f my-ff,-1-'. gf -,Uf K w .4 V H, , v jg- ' 3 V ,R ' 'f' If I' I 1 - f . ' , ' K fr Aga '1 f, 1 . ,, , 5 K' 4 X Q' V Q ,Ml X N Some of rhe WRBL srudenrs are Kfronr ?IY rovvl Kuff Johnson, Gena Kmg, Scarf Na' deau, Marr Brfdges, Cbodf row? Ron , Shurler, Fred Lefshman, Perry Sroppa, Sraf if A ' R ff rian Manager Chrfs Cuffaro. Karr and Perry WIHQ Ir Irv rheIr show. Rob Coulrer and Ron Shurfer lvdf aff rhe jams. ChrI5 Dewald and DerII3e Bazzefr pluck away on rhefr basses. Concerr Masrer, Chp MOOfOQUG, SITS oparf from rhe resr. Dorff look ar us, Tom Truel. Mlthelle Carden doesrI'r have rhe nrne ro smlle for rhe camera, 43 Hlf3NIUP MUWVW TVRUDY? WH SHI KIKUXIKIVXIKIYIXYKIKIKIKI OUT OF THIS WORLD' T 2 x iw ii X W3- 4 n x 'Q 4 , I ' 4 , 1 3 ZW ri.. ff?-fr . fifflg 4 - t Q VUU1lTviiiQiiifiD'wQlJ'Qllil1'El1UUUT T S E. 2 S ln l E T was rhe rheme of rhis years ralenr show, No, E T did nor srand for rhe 'Exrro Terresrrialjw ir sfoad for rhe Exrra Talenr rhar rhe srudenrs pur info rhe '83 ralenr show. ' The Nofional Honor 5ociery was rhe "farce " behind rhe ralenr show. Mr. Johnson acred as rhe faculry advisoh while Jill Campbell and Jenny Coleman co-produced rhe show, Blaise Ringsmurh and TJ, Kroupa received rhe honor of being rhe Masrers of Ceremonies and along wirh many orher NHS members rhe ralenr show succeeded in hlling rhe audirarium on borh nighrs. Mrs 5roll Mr l-iegel and Mr. Hansen were rhejudges who decided on whar acrs deserved ra win rhe awards. Joe Paupore and Barry Carpe wan 'Besf Variery" for The Copper Clopper Caper" and raising "Besr lnsrrumen- ral was Syrinx wirh members Milfe Morgan, Eichi' Schi- mizu Jeff Laurner and Brian Carrer performing "Cal, Sun You re Nurs You ve Gor a Friend " sung by Anne Brink and Rob Wycoff and accompanied by Brian Srocls- hsh and John Srewarr received rhe award for "Besr Vocal E- lQlSZXlSfXlYl1fXlXAxAx4x llflililiewiylfcdfi-Qing - C, V V Aww 1. Blaise Ringsmurh and Tl Kroupa acf llse cowboys, 2 Wclsy Osrezan, Jenny lzlsenheirner, and Todd Springer give rhe lafesf wearher reporr S Why dan'r you sfand up Bill Wagner? 4 Par Whalen is rhe new Richard Simmons. 5. Charle Loesel's group rocks on! 6, Lil!-Ann Henriksen sings her hearr our TRADITION TRADITION ,i H7717 if 1 ID- Yvvvvvvxrv "Trad1Tfon" was jusr one of rhe many numbers per- formed fn rhls years musical Fiddler on the Roof The producrfon followed frs own sorr of rradfrfon fn rhar fr was a huge success and drew a fu!! house every nfghf ro rhe crealr of rhe ocrors and acrresses, The leading role of Te yye fn rhe double-casr producrfon was played by Perer Sroll ond Jeff Heflfa. The rhearrfcal dfrecror was Woody Hansen, and Mark Puchala was rhe musical dfrecror. lr was clear by rhe qualify of rhe performance, rhar o large amounr of rfme and efforr had been fn vesred fn fr, All fhose fn volyed from rhe lead ro rhe srage crew had good reason ro be pleased wfrh rhe ourcome of fhefr efforrs. Qgqpqpmnmnmmnmsnlmmml 1, Jeff Heflfo sfngs "lf l were A Rich Man. " 2 Barb Aldrich Csrandfngl Julie Herman flefrl, Tommy Lfnnerson Krfghfl as rhe doughrers of Tevye. 3. Preparing for rhe Saboarh, 4. Trodnon! 5 The Marchmalfer CMichelle Breaughl confers wfrh Golde Goan VanderBurgQ O. The borrle dance 7 Jeff Heflfa asks Golde Uoan VanderBurgJ, "Do you love me?" wwwulwwwwwwxnwwumuwwwwwwwwwwwwww QHJQ-ij W N , Qi? A v r xox.: K-N X.-kikzm-ste. ' 1' 1, "All rogerher how," orders guesr con- ducror Fredrick Fenhell. 2. Ahorher doy of procrfte rh Symphonic Bond. 3. Sounds good gong! 4. Look hord, Chrm Johnson. 5. From rhe rop, o, The rrorhbohes fry rheir oesr Under Mr. Fenhelfs cohducrfon. 7, The Hure secrion whfsrles our o fone 6. Breorh deep, rubo pfoyers 48 - firm ' ,Q 53 V , D -. ' 1, 'isa A ,ove ' 'Hx Qin -xw v QQ-'Sai M Qi ,, N .15- N 1 er'1' A - 1 Q 1 ., ,Vi N AMR: 1. , H RW' X 1 V I M-L-3 fl iiiwunw BAND BRINGS l T TOGETHER Do you remember all of rhose sfudenrs marching around fhe foorball held lasf fall? Well, rhey were rhe ones who made up rhe sensarional sounding Concerr and Symphony Bands. Marching season was only rhe beginning of a grear performing year. The bands held various concerrs and a Band'O-Rama nighr which was open ro band srudenfs' parenrs, family and rhe public. One of rhe band 's annual goals was rhe band fesrival. Mr. Campbell pushed rhe srudenrs ra rheir exrreme limir ' T ' WLA. . 44. wirh several pracfices and rehearsab ro prepare rhem for rhe fesrival. This year was a very exciring rime for rhe Trqan bands, for borh groups came back wirh srraighr "ones", which were rhe highesr grades given. Concerr Band performed "Psalm 46" and "The Pride of rhe Wolverines" while 5 ymphon y Band played "Varianrs On a Medieval Tune" and "Free Lance March. " One orher song and sighf reaalng music concluded rhe reauiremenrs of rhe bands, ,ll f' 'if""-4,51 - 9 51 ew s ., - M, - :Cin 1 ?i V .Vt uf? vi. ' T , rr' 4 'W Wat' ' ,x ,P ewggkk.. V T " 'N-Q, C! ffl iff tr' z4U' v,,..4x-3 an 7 f QT Qfii Wi5WV ll Marlf l-luoerr presenrs his opinion on a ropic during Model UN Mr. Craig warches ro see if rhe egg sur-f vives rhe drop. Model UN srudenrs raise rheir placards ro vore on an issue. l-77m Series members are: advisor Mr, Ny- lferlf, Tony Thorpe, Blake Ringsmurh, Milfe Core, Todd Oban and Marianne Maxbauer. Mr. Nykerlf explains ro Milfe Painrer how ro run rhe prqecror, Todd Oban selb riclsers ro fwo srudenrs wairing ro see rhe laresr fearure. QIiUUUUUillUiUiIJiilf KRW 72 Pl I 'Tis P- The 8263 Srudenr Council Cfronr row? Gen' Peasley, Greg Alexanden .Shelley Bares, Bersy Kidd Jenny Ekenheimen Ross Bissell Leona Dalzell Michele Mlliams, Gecond row? Craig Dunham, Courrney Mhniclfi, Amy Van Dragr, Shannon Mkon, Mary Anne Johnson, Kirsren Meben, Melssa Denden Milse Sweeney, Milse Marsh, Krhird row! Ms. Larson, Dave Crowley, Leshe Arnell Charlie Brammen John Mlson, Charhe Loesel Kbacls row? Eric Sherbernead Michelle Beyen Angie Lawson, Kevin Ehenheimen Tracy McPherson, Becky Moore, Barry Curow. 2 -., .xf A "'-W-ww-,.. 'H 'MM'-wwA4valw" baAeAnnAA4-- 1 awwissikiiffswlsibrl if-as-Lwsximwswww VUUQILQIIQIIUL A ' will Elbawfg V ' 2 1 W ar I 1xrame1 ,J Kranf-el L' 'X 6 , N., . L I ,Q I .- ,, , S ' M fix, if 5 2 ,Q as E 1 Tl, , 'A mi I iii? ' 5 , 5 I 3 , - 2 5 4 5 ., f MODEL UNITED NATIONS CLASS S WEEPS AWARDS The Model Unired Narions class had an exrremely suc- cessful year. Affer a prelminary conference ar Hope College, rhe y were awarded rhe following honors for rhe General Assembly: Besr Delegarionf Marr Marrson, Glen Mlhams, Kevin Nebon, and Sally Erickson, Second Place., Wayne Schmidr, Sie ve Remillard Enlf Krumre y, and Maris Huberr, Third Place: Tracy Mayer, Mlly Richardson, Marie l-hlry, and Sarah Warrs, A Hrsr place was ralsen in rhe Secunry Council by Team AJ Una Sreeg and Chris Arpagus, and by Team C- Andy Heclsrorh and Tony Goggin. The Economic Delegarion consisring of Marena Saba and Erils Scharf ako roolf a Hrsr - 4 4 4- A gs As 1x AN My .,.,. .WU U.- .,..,.......,.,-v.--,g.i4.f,.-1-.4...., Mi... ,im 4 MRI, ,-.,,.c,..iL,: .W be L L ,L in a sweeping vicfory. Him Series was a group of cinema srudenrs supervised by Larry Nykerls who showed fearure films rhroughaur rhe school year, They presenred fearure films such as "The Blues Brorhers, " "Three Stooges Hlm Festival, " and rhar classic film "Revenge of rhe Crearure. " Again rhis year, some srudenrs consrrucred a conrainer ro hold an egg, hoping rhe conrainer would lseep rhe egg inracr offer being dropped from rhe roof Srudenr Council was a group of srudenis elecred ro represenr rhe srudenr body, and rhey performed many services for rhe school and for rhe communiry, W -gR,MN ,,.i ,.,, Vi ,. w.. ,, fir-. ,, Mmm Q Jixfsy J w ,m,m, , avi P KST GUARD -r-r"'1" COAST TRAVERSE CITY 1, 'A -N , A 7 f 3 ' ' Pvi' M 8 sqcl fx? s,, w,W,1'yf' "m x w,, A figs' Q ' Wz..j2 ,g 7 L mx 7 'A 5 f i 'iw +15 52 '!7LfFlLQ'!,L!llT.!'03"T3"lW?fM1f'l .? --E-is lllkmvzvzvwmvmvwtvtvtuwui PLAY BEFQRE WGRK Pohcemen, Hremen, and rhe Coasr Guard appeared ar rhe Senior l-iigh School on May 12, lr loolfed as if some- rhing big was going down, buf nor ro worry. lr was only rhe annual Career Fair day. Hundreds of srudenrs walked among rhe 48 or so local merchanrs and businessmen rhar showed up ro explain rheir occuparions ro rhe lfids. The srudenrs spenr rhe day exploring rheir inreresrs in jobs insread of going rhrough a usual day of school work. On rhe morning of May, Friday rhe 18rh,, ir loolfed as if ir mighr rain, buf insread rhe sun came our, and rhe fourrh ,,, .Ap annual Challenge Day began. Classes challenged each orher in evenrs such as ulrimare fnsbee and warer balloon tosses. Even rhe reachers joined in ro help rheir classes ger revenge for a previous years loss. Ar lunch rime some- rhing new was fried An ourdoor barbecue was held and rhe srudenrs were served hor dogs and chps wirh rhe heb of some of rhe counselors. The mcyodry of srudenrs parriciaared and showed rhar rhey would rafher play rhan worlf. 12,7 " 4' fa ' W ww' ' hw, 1 . . ., 4 V .J , , '42 is I.: . f . ,7f,,ifJ,.V?QAV?5 , V' ' fm X : ' Lwfl M., ,f mf. 54251 I ff Q I i,., L f ' . Q14 1 ,MW L, '4 QMW' if ' H ' Q L f W V jy jw, i.if .H .1 V ,VIVH I 4 I ,ff ,f,' 3.4, V f,,'- ,, . W W f , , x f MW. 2 ' fp-W-iff ZW .Jw ' ff! A W7 Wfffwzlh an if f wwwfi., if 25?T'f. . iffff' ' , - 7 f ,H if - s fp? wg 1 -f . ll , ,.. Q fc--yn if f L Srudenrs explore rhe possibiliries of a fu- -..3 ,a--1 ff . .3 rure wirh rhe Coasr Guard - " "" ' ,, 3 2. Ken Lehro checlcs our rhe Dre rruck dur- 'W' V ,. W 5 ing Career Day. 3 4 f f L,1.1:' "Jf wr ' Q 3. A naval ofiicer shows Chris Rarica how ro use rhe compurer, 4. Irene Maclfus HILS our a card ar one of rhe many boorhs ser up for Career Day. 5. Srudenrs play blupper ball on rhe impro- vised Held ourside of rhe F building. r 1 o. Riclf Lipinski dribbles rhe soccer ball do wn rhe field. ,,,., f' Z Ms. Larson chscusses some rules of rhe game wirh Mr. Salarhiel 6 53 ., W ,f V .,,,,.H, ...J u XF 43.5.43 X we 'Q' ,mis- 54 Miss Galaski hebs Jod Burmeisrer wirh some body copy. Gee, you sure look busy, Leona Dobelli The only dedicared sraffer is, of course, f.s.g.,.M,., llnllf! ' Wm xrxlslsrsrsrsrvvwvv Kelly Knighr who rypes away ar rhe '- , 'P rep Senior Acriviry sheers. 'i " P'f"'f5?Q'fs ' f a W .. . -f -, .W-.. 1-,-ff 1, Q ' A - fs- -' - .. .. .- -. -4. , ' . Enc Sherberneaul You are JUST - " ,?T':Qi52,g-fig A 's55,, ,-,, - '- '- .' ff - 'fi ' . . T ' E " ii L' 2: ' LEA VE ME ALONE I screams Gena King. Jr i fwv , :V i::i N,gg:CS ! .ViA,q:sih:R,xgiFQ,: ilxlg fs G 3 ' :m l b 5 an im , Jeff Hengesbach goes over copy for a ,,-53,1 ':A.?Kf. -.fn - 4 ,Lg . .. -1.4 . - , A -in ve -rgilurfxi - va,-E. .gif ,gy gig:-::3N.i., ,gfiqyv , , T.: : zz X 'xx x 7. sporrs deadlnel gg - M b ss.,.E,2mlrcs:-Jjm :R.?,.,,,QfQ25,i.,,., : W, ,, : 5,1 EUITOL Gena King Ccenrerj hebs Rox- Q li .. 4, 4 -.1413 V T'-5 anne Hnch and Megan LaPlanre sruh' . .. " sr E, iiiiii X-. '5fa25'.- ii -2 :ff -- E -1 , , vxfwei fisfve. as my some of rhe lerrers senr our ro parenrs A sf- 1. 4 ig - A 5' i f " ' -as.. -465' fjff' -M-!.25,pff LING? . .:' ' -" --nv ' Q ' -11: ' ' ,- 1' 45 , - , 1- '1,,-bs., ,A T '- '2.. . ' abour yearbook presales. ' f ' .- .- gs. ,Q , -,gg ,Q-, 1 AL ,sw X Whars wrong, Sally Erickson? Are you iff ' ,," , ', CSS f 'T 5,.,f1i, N3 4 'xiii - K upser wirh rhe phorographers again? 51" 5.1, ,A fi 17? ' - -" - ' Q N , ,gy L , if 'l A ' fc 5 fqxi, - U V ' 2 ' - 3 fl ii E . ' g E ' ' 591 is is A as l ? L f X Q: , - F-'64 -' L ' . ' 1' il- " - Zag A ' . l.. 1 f 4 , -S' -' 1 Q- .- -Q' Y 1 f. Q ,f X , 'ij' 4 A ' sz Y 1' ', V ' fi' , s ,1 :: , : 'Z -. 5 H' ,x ' . Jf' r X . A' ' M - 'A lf. sl ' - I.. , - . - E . , -- " , esl, 1' we , ' J' f ,sf A ,gi J ,gg . , 1 , , ,Q f ' 'f' ' 5 Jus!! 'SF f ' Q Lvj y . . .J E ,f 1 'V f I 6 4 ' ' , - 1 ' ' ' -s-A ' i s 1. h' ' x FSQFANA- ' - . A Xf x ,R . Q' .i V' "vi H . A f N..-, N s - - Iul- f : W ,, , M-:ami , -..mfs wu- ff.: , 'Q - ..,, K , IQ: 5,3 ff ,: ,f INSANE 5 TA FF PRCDDUCE5 YEARBOQK w.f 4. i lnsanriry comes wirh rhe rerdrory when you join rhe PINES yearboolf sraff Even if you weren 'r insane when you arrived rhar llrsr day, lr aldn 'r ralfe long ro ger info rhe mood of rhrowlng rhe eallor, Gena King, our info rhe snow. Some of rhe srahfers were obo ready ro lsill a couple of rhe phorographers. They were as slow as rurrles and llsed ro rhinls of rhernselves as super people. As for rhe resr of rhe uncornparable srofi rhey rurned our ro be f maramooools-ram-Iwi? l lump N 1 775:-vlvvyzawpx, K fn gnnwfmefgxx - -, ,eyusuxftfd Y V wwwxff tlllllltilili F N I V rim 1 fm, your everyday, normal lunarics. lf ir hadn'r been for rhe adv1Sor, M135 'Mom " Golaslfr rhere mfghr nor have been a yearbook, and rherefore you vvouldn'r have had ro read rhf5 copy Kgee-darnl Through rhe fare nfghr dead- Hnes, missing negarfves, and undesirable body copy, we managed ro sray rogerher and Nnflsh our our commfrmenr ro ai of our deakared readers Cha-hal! , 'Tift f x M-,,f' 4+ -4 5 ' 57' fix pw f wr f f '91 ' , Elia f f 'ff 5, ,frm ,, g Mon- f,,nf,ff7,,p,'.4 4 A , Af ff 1. , yr- - ,W Q f' ' ' "Z?7i,5Xf'h'Z7,7f2?"f4 -1 4 ' , , , V, A I ,,,,,,, -J' 14 , ' ' . T24 I I 'J ,LAW ' 4 .TKEA ff: - ' UQQ, ' ,WQ ZQNV I H, ,QW . y "v w, iyfy yi., 1 7 A 7" if df 9, figf fi I if Y , , Gem Q 4 ,ns ,X -V ..g...s. 2:5 E 1. ? 5. Mike l-'ouch eryoys rhe music of "Kerch " a. Whar are you sroring ar, Randy Smirh? 8. Warch whor you're doing Debbie ' UUUUUUUEIJUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU JOURNEY SETS THEME Sorurdoy, April 80, was a special day for many sru- denrs or Traverse Gry Senior high. This. was rhe dare of rhe 1980 Prom. This years prom was held ar rhe Parlf Place Dome, wirh music provided by "Kerch. " The proms rheme was "Lighrs, " ond rhe dome fools on on Orienral armosphere, wirh eggrolh being served Senior Ed Ellul comenred rhar, "Orher rhan rhe bond raking foo many breaks, ir was grear! l was really glodl wenr, " David Allen, rhe Junior Goss Council advisor said "lr was o huge success! We expecred ro ner almosr 52,000 " The money made was used for rhe Junior Goss Council prom fund The srudenrs of rhe prom commirree began working on rhe prom boclf in November. The class of 1984, which will be rhe 100rh groduoring class, hosred rhe 1988 prom. This special nighr has been a much anricpared evenr for many years here or TCI-l5. 51 1. 1 Are you eryoying rhe Prom, Sue Posi and Todd Richards? 2 Some couples or rhe Prom dance slow ro rhe music of "Kefch. " 0. Lori Smirh and Milse May cross rhe bridge inro rhe lghrs of Chino. 4. The dragon srrefched across rhe ceilng of rhe Porlf Place Dome was one of rhe orienral decararions or rhe Prom. ar rhis years prom. 7 Scorr Kovolcils and Malinda Gregory Q seem ro be eyeing somerhing dfferenr. V Kinder. Jeff Homilron is! Z fvvil 3 af: ' ' 1 .. I 56 III IIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' IIIII ym pgm --ww ++ 1n II IIIIII IIIIII II Il II II II II IIYII in II in 1:11 1: In W 1l1u!l1I'II'II11!I IIIIIIIIKII IIIIIllllilllllillllllllllllllllllllili 'UJQIJ'UJQI1QIJUU1UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU M !Q a W MW Jlfmaaf.. Wy Mmfw W U M WMM MW Ja fifigg f 3900 ii f fs QSQSQVVS5 QM Ng X '21 aw, bk aaa 5 wiaf a M Bias! 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Lan ua e Of' 'flxeArts -Arts 5ff9ll1Q9iAWOfd - kX::Qariona9Honor QQLQ Qxglf ps 2 ' -lwqry Rughsforozzo "wr -1' Jennifer ffoleman his nn IDJIIID. .,,,,c..w.,..,af afar . .Vx HQOT DOWN The reachers srrilse oidn 'r srop rhe seniors from gradu- aring on rime. Even rhough rheir lasr couples of weelss were spenr cramming for early exams and preparing for graduarion, rhey srill managed ro ger rowdy and do rheir usual lasr minure parrying. Graduarion ceremonies were opened by rhe 5ym- phonic Band, C oncerr Band, and Jazz Band playing "hind- mirh" which was followed by rhe rradrional processional song performed by rhe 5ymphonic Band. Jenn y Coleman presenred rhe gave! ro rhe junior class presidenr, John Mbon, which was preceded by rhe lnvocarion given by Reverend Alvin C Brewer. The dplomas were handed our offer rhe speeches given by superinrendenr, Dr. Ver- non Oxender, and princpal Dr. Richard A yling. Reverend Brewer had a difiiculr rime delivering rhe oenedicrion over rhe noise of rhe seniors, so he concluded wiih "The Force Be Mrh You" from rhe greor propher of modern days, Lulfe Slsywallser, Dedicated To T1 Through The Y Www ff' P U Al" 1" 'u"Tu'i'i'fj1'fjT9'14' li 1: THE GREATEST CLASS GN EAR TH Mrs. Maddy Carbon and some of rhe seniors' parenrs decided on carnival and circus rype games wirh rhe rheme of "The Grearesr Goss On Earrh" for rhe afrer graduarion parry, Full House, a Nye piece band from Lansing, jammed rhe nighr away wirh some of rhe rap forry songs. Food such as hamburgers and chps were pro vided for rhose srudenfs who weren 'r os inreresfed in playing some of rhe games. Wafer-polo and a picrure raking boorh, wirh rhe capa- f 'Q fl' M bilries of raking up ro o people per phoro, were some of rhe acriviries open ro rhe srudenrs. One of rhe parenrs even provided an old car along wirh sledge hammers wirh which rhe seniors managed ro demolsh. The mqoriry of seniors ar rhe parry rhoughr ir was grear and really appreciared rhe hard work rhar some of rheir parenrs pur info ir. The parry lasred unfil 6 a.m., and surprisingly enough rhere were srill srudenrs rhere. i i X: i i W l 1. i i i i W, gi 5 i k 1 4 i 1 I :sr .wifi 4' . I I' 1 , 'z A i Y 'i 1 i i i , T 4 62 f'?T1Hll1M BN! DID Bib Ili l'l "" ""' dw J -' '-i Mmrllvwulwwwwwululwuw .vsp A 'AR' B A1154 f M, ,g mwvfnx PH" ' H ' "h1ld,14,mu-a-.bmsmwvr ,V.,........,....... .. 7 V ,-,, W W ef. L The chow Hne was popular wlrh some of rhe srudenfs. A worker ar rhe parry concocrs more corron candy. One graduare fries his skill ar darr rhro w- ing, Two seniors decide vvherher or nor ro play a game. Um Good and 5refl7e Johnson clown around. 5refi7e Warson pays ro play jusr one more rime ar nng ross, Dee Moss fries her hand ar shoonng rhe rarger. -I I Mn 2 " , :- .Q , .. ' E 1 5 r',??5 Goss of 83 Modf CIASSAIVEAD Maklavi! 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The slides ranged from baby picrures ro Cherry Fesrival princes 6 princesses ro junior high ro spring breals. A guirar solo of rhe Narional Anrhem was played by Hchi Shimizu. For rhose who were rhere, ir was a nighr ro remember. The class of 1983 had a lor ro be proud oi- rhe adminis- rrarion of Traverse Ury Senior High rhoughr rhar rhey were rhe mosr marure and well-mannered class rhey had experienced. The behavior rhar was aisplayed was an example for classes yer ra come. X 4 1' D , 1. Todd Muha prepares rhe audence for his rendrion of Hchopsriclfs. " 2. Eichi Shimizu performs a medley of song. 3. Leslie Arnell, Rob Coulfer and TJ. Kroupo imirare some of rheir favorire reachers. Mrs, Earl Mr. Malmsrrom and Mr. Duns- more. 4, The '83 class ofHcers are: Secrerary, Nar- alie Breirhaupr, Vice-Presidenr, Ty Schieberg Presidenr, Jenny Colemang Treasurer, Sally Erickson. 5. Craig Sweeney and Barry Curaw per- form a weird slsir. 6. 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A 1 ,. ., Y T J, . -A-,Aa-.,,V'Y 1 1' M ,,. r 'f Q 1 ' Hu-'w'M35f .xwfrwilr M -'MA f.1 , A A A, ,-u.1A" 3 G5 .w f f- ,. w'v'e'wwgg-, .4 k, -'-maxi? N' af ir? V'i'.,vfw , W?Mmwm,5uqs+4N, ""--a4P,..2:" ' 1 il, f .M N gym " ' ,, . , A Q -fH1: X . V Q., . "V--..,, -..N , 'r., . Wfx ,V ' 4 VRVV at wif W .YI , I- '--J--I ' . , -,K R X . A-3 . 1 'I 7 4 Z, x -. up 1 N -M L s bg? gf' if-v I 'L Uli Orro curs celery Chinese sryle. Miss Bntk demonsrrares wok cooking A srudenr from Elk Rapids modek far many AXA dasses. Chp Monrague and Kaz Kasal are frying Japanese paper folcing. Traverse Ory Senior l-Hgh srudenrs are observing Anruck. Hchi Shimizu is wriring his address in Jap anese. Miss Bozzi shows sign language for her AcriviryfAdvLsory classes. Modelng for Acriviryfxldvisory classes ako is Michelle Shaub. The AcriviryfAdvisary was begun far various reasons. "lr gave a chance for informal lime berween srudenrs and reachers and srudenrs among rhemselves, " srared Mrs. Mericle. "And rhen if allowed rhe srudenrs ro explore bigger and berrer rhings besides Enghsh and marh. " lr was ako ro allow rhe reacher ro ger ro know his and her srudenrs auire well and if was well-received by many. One srudenr felr, "lr was grear because I mer more people rhan l would have orherwise. And l ako had a chance ro know a member of rhe sraff" Acriviries ranged from making apple cider ro speakers on numero- logy and hypnorism ro a fashion show. .pf .2 mw,.,,...-aw ' ' . 'SDS-gr. However, rhe AXA was cancelled only half way inro rhe Hrsr semesrer because of rhe negarlve response of many srudenrs and reachers. Forry ,oercenr of rhe sru- denrs surveyed said ir was worrhwhlle, and iifry-eighr percenr said ir wasn'r worrhwhile. And many reachers had negarive feehngs abour rhe AcrfviryfAdvisory group. "All rhe srudenrs would come info rhe class rardy, or rhey would rry ro slfp lr was a class neirher rhe srudenr nor rhe reacher erjoyed in my opinion, " srared one reacher. "lf rhey wanred ro have an AXA class, rhey should jusr exrend a regular class hour. " A XA 5 BEC5llNlNlNG AND ENDlNG ARTRUCK r 5 Z 1466! AR Tl5 T5 AT WQRKT Arr is a slvll acaulred by experience, srudy, or observa- rion. Through rhe arf courses, 300 srudenrs were able ro oorafn expenence for a furure career. Srudenrs llse Chrls Hooacls planned arf careers such as Commercial Arr. To make rhls possible, rhe srudenrs raised money ro buy rhe marerlals needed. For rhe pasr rhree years, rhe Arr Deparrmenr has sold cheese and sausage as a fund raiser. Mrs. Pores, an arr reachen explained whyf "Because if was an lrem rhar was grear for a Qlff ar Chrlsrmas, and rhar no orher school in the Traverse Ory school dsrrlcr had parrlcpared ln. " Orher deparrmenrs had sold candy and nurs for money, i s-1 ,Q - ,f..i'Hfw:3sr,sf-s 93- , E our rhe arr deparrmenr decided ro be alfferenr. lr rurned our ro be a grear success! Each year rhey ser a goal and so for wenr far beyond whar rhey expecred. As a reward for rhe srudenrs who sold rhe mosf, rhe Arr Deparrmenr planned Held rrps ro fhe Haclsley Gallery in Muskegon, Michigan, and ro rhe Ford Museum and Grand Rapids Arr Museum in Grand Rapids. The Arr Deparrmenr also has puchased new draffing fables for rhe drawing and painring classes, a new enlarger for rhe phorography class, rhree looms for rhe rexriles class, and various orher rhings like jewelry for rhe jewelry class. Meri Brusr concenrrores on his draw' ing. Annerre Conners malses a duphcare of her per Herman. B fhar anorher self-porrraih Diane To- maszewslfi? Jeff Laurner purs rhe Wnishing rouches on his masrerpiece. A ger fogerher ar fhe Ford Museum, Kevin Aichler frowns ar his resr. To her prqecr of clay coib, lda Fouch adds fhe final rouches. Berh Lehman fries her ralenr af arr. Ar fhe porfery wheel Parry Declshorn srarrs a new prqecr. The purpose of rhe business classes was ro prepare rhe srudenrs for rhe furure. A wide range of such courses were offered ar rhe high school ranging from learning rhe machine porrs and rhe rouch merhod of Typing I ro advanced rraining in and conrinued exposure ro vanous ryping problems rhe srudenrs could learn ro handle wirh confdence. Any ryping encounrered was ako hebful for personal use. Accounring l, ll, and lll offered a high degree of accuracy in Hgures and rerms and rhe abihry ro ana- lyze, record and inrerprer business rransacrions. Shorrv hand was rhe class rhar raughr rhe srudenr rhe Gregg way of learning rhe abhaber, allowing srudenrs ro handle N g 1 . , if 1 , ., E xlxmv ,. 7 Viz 'N ,L i I , 'X i H r any on-rhejob dicrarion. Business English was an elecrive in grammar and wriring for rhe business srudenr ro give himfher more background in basic Enghsh grammar and senrence srrucrure. This enabled rhe srudenr ro develop prol?ciency in speiing, puncruarion, and word wriring. Record Keeping consisred of exrremely basic principles of accounring, elemenrs of Ning, and records of cashier collecrions. Srress was placed on basic marh drills and check-book usage. The curriculum gave many srudenrs rhe skills needed ro srep inro a business posirion upon being graduared Dinah Hardy punches in anorher llgure in Ofhce Machines. Are you a lrrle confused abour your accounring, Debbie Osborne? Mr. Ackerman hasjusr realized he is on page 75 in Record Keeping. Miss Devvalda admires Minnie Wyles ryping. H I Your money is welcome ar Rerailings school srore, "Aren'r I somerhing over rhere on 747' Mr. Marrin aslss a Typing l srudenf ro vvair jusr one momenr. 1-so ' ' K J. WN:-4 J' l in 7 5' ll 5 vii LW Ap lv H vyllll ,vvv , A ,A , is , ,, rivv P ' I L I ,,i, ,I N nr """J-Y we K5 Brad Anderson is inra reading abaur burning boolss in Modern Lirerarure. Srudenrs commenr on Mrs. Mericle 's po, erry inrerprerarion, Symbolism and allegory momenrarily bafHe Chris Devvold Brian Hansz seems ro have caughf on ro Mass Communicarians. Teresa Korb reads an argumenr paper ro be cririgued by Camposirion l. Readng is really hor rhis year! Leslie Dunlsle laughs or resr grades. Black and Gold lisrens ro Mr. Schulrz, Assisranf 5uperinrendenr, Cammunicarian Arr Courses are rhe mosr imporranr Courses of our lives. Everyone communicares in one form or anorher. Such courses heb us ro develop proper punc- ruarion usage, paragraphs srrucrures, ro wrire speeches and srories Crearively, and ro cope wirh sociery rhrough rhe use of rhis lsnovvledge. English, rhough we use ir every day, is one of rhe roughesr languages ro learn ro perfecrion. Remember all rhe long years you spenr frying ro learn rhe A, B, C s, puncruarion, and how ra speals properly? Mosf of us dread vvriring papers for course reauiremenr fulhllmenrs, buf we should really praise rhose persons responsible for reaching us vvhar we know, Our g ff' : W3 1 ' ,ff A :QM 1 Q? v vocabularies expand more each year, as does our knowl- edge each new day, The senior high offers a wide variery of communicarion arf courses ro choose from.- from Crearive Wriring rhar offers you an inrensive expere ience in rhe mcyor areas of imaginorive vvriring as well as in rhe principles of form and expression ro reading exren- sively famous lirerarure from various counrries. A random rrip rhrough rhe classes on any given day mighf Nnd srudenrs srruggling ro undersrand an ancienr Greek play, memorizing rhe Mounr Olympus gods or srudenrs using rheir Eve senses ro describe a m ysrerious morsel of food. F' K.. .ALL THE WAY 'Naam -5 . 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' " si ig z ss, , ,Q f,wzL,,1 Q , ssiief: Hy,gs1as2f 'M' M 'W' E L' swssg f- s - is H' f f WSW X f X EQ ON Tl-lE JOB EXPERIENCE Co-operarive-Work Experience was a program rhar gave srudenrs a chance ro learn more abour rheir jobs and how ro handle rheir own money. Co-op was a rwo or rhree hour blocls which received Eve creoirs llse any orher class. Srudenrs who were inreresred in rhis program had ro Nil our a Co-Opfworlf Experience apphcarion. They rhen had ro make on agreemenr wirh rheir employer ro be able ro work ar a cerrain rime. Srudenrs had rime- sheers which had ro be rurned in ar rhe end of rhe monrh ro earn credr. An employers reporr ro rhe school fold rhem how rhe srudenr was performing, Hlse if he or she had been lare gerring ro work or if he had nor been doing his job. lmporranr facrors such as rhese, combined - . .--Z-:---14.51-1. ro form a grade. Mr. Trahair, rhe Co-op advisor srared: "All rhe srudenrs seem ro be eryoying rhemselves and have accomplished a lor. Parenrs are pleased, and em- ployers can depend on rhe srudenr. " This program, which has been going well over rwenry-nine years, had a dinner banauer in rhe spring where rhe srudenr roolf his or her employer for a dinner well earned. A C o-Op- Worlf Experience srudenf Vonda Jaclsson said "lr gives me a chance ro worlf bur also lfeep up wirh my school worlf. Mrh co-op, I don'r worls as lare, so l have more rime for homeworlf. Co-op can be a very reward- ing experience for some srudenrs. " Mr. Trahair enrolls a new srudenr ro co- op, Arranging No wers ar rhe Flower Srarion is Krisrine Mlhams. 'May l false your order please?" aslfs Tammy Solrys or McDonalds. Brad Ungman Washes his pearly whires ro a cusromer in Dawn Donurs B rhar Baslfin Robbins hor fudge sundae for you, Lisa l-loffman, or for a cusromer? Can'r you keep rhose shirrs ar l-lomilron s any nearer, Laura l-lagadorn? Andrea Denoyer srands worching while Lorraine Courrad wairs on a cusromer or ,Q .ff 1' , ,., -.,...,lwQ , ,sf gs' .7 S "'1"'-i'fW1- sk , .--P is so A , Q . u-u...4........4.....::: jg, J, .IV ', ?. S ' - . .1 -T ' i' ' '-'-'?x1.' M4 -' si- 17'-'1' 4 , A 'if-. -: -,- L- - -' , :A---A.u--wi -' .---ig '-, ig. . '.l-4-5 23, x ,1,1...-- ff rfl""' fuk !fr""" 12" nffff xk AC, 2 iff' Ziff -all 4 J' 4? " w QL., 'L Nlx W ffffyff ZWXW Wwgfzf fgfff ff Burger King. W ff MW WW WWMg y W 7 f J if H UA sf J WWA Q H gwq uw' fwf f J rf' 'Wg 1? Renee Wolfgram and Uli Orro pracrice rheir brealffasr vocabulary in French. Lisa Haherry modek as Denise Schug de- scribes whor she is wearing in German. A Spanish pinara hangs above rhe class- room. Can'r you srop earing rhe cocido calfe, Doug Kiersey? Nancy Schmidr and Ryan Laplanre pose in a fashion show for German. Todd Oban srands fall in a suir from Gere many. A camera zooms in on Nancy Treadwell and Sreve Griner. Earing more cocido again, Senora Polm- er? Foreign Languages can be very benehcial in a sru- denrs furure because of rhejob opporruniries rhey offer. These may include governmenr posirions, airline person- nel, plus orher business posirions rhar deal wirh foreign speaking counrries. The Spanish class was one of rhree foreign languages ar rhe school ro sell carnarions as a fund raiser, Each Foreign Language class used rhe money ro buy rhings for rheir class lilse German magazines or French newspapers. lr was nor all a fund raising race berween rhe foreign language classes, however, for rhe srudenrs ako were able FO sample food Sym Gerschbacher and Kerri Hurley rreared rheir fellow Spaniards" ro cocido, a dish of Cenrral Spain. wi? if Wg!! k if eg 'Emmms WE ' .:- ,.,,.:- , 4, , f i.i 1' Y ,f f MY, .MM , , our 7 7 For rhe r7rsr rfme, German was added. German sru- denrs por on a fashion show offer learning olfferenr names of clorhfng, like a German sufr, worn by Todd Oban rn one of rhe picrures. The classes obo fools a Held rrlp ro rhe Glen Lake lnn where rhey sampled seven drfferenr German foods and a desserr of German choco- lare cakes On rhe French scene, rhe srudenrs also made many kinds of foods, Ar Chrlsrmas rfme rhey baked a Buche, a Chrrsrmas calfe in rhe shape of a log. They ako had a French lunch which consrsred of auiche, salad french bread and a desserr of errher Mousse au chocolar or crepes wlrh dlfferenr Nllfngs. gsm LEISURE TIME SPOR T5 ARE STRESSED Physical Educarion fearureo' leisure rime sporrs, healrh, sex educarion, and even CPR. "Leisure rime sporrs, " Mrs. Johns srareci "Was where we pracriced a sporr which can be carried our in rhe furure such as golf sofrball, frisbee, and orhers rhar don'r have ro srop afrer high school." Healrh was also an imporranr parr of rhe H. PE curricu- lum. CPR. was raughr ro rhe srudenrs ro furrher rheir knowledge on whar ro do in case of an emergency in which a vicrim was nor brearhing. lr was a program inrroduced ro rhe senior high by cerriried Red Cross per- sonnel. ln order ro receive rhe CPR. cerriiicarion, srudenrs 1 , , m f xy' " W....4.-ww-..., - ' 2' er qggs, N T-C xii :QS ' A ,AQ A-,Q g' if, X . " 5" .as s gi ,N . , . c My si ,.,,..i',:...g-q. . W.: k - ix ,E 'X .L V . K . 3 'wg ., - . IMZQII. ' - Y XZ '.?'f"' 5 Z A----2.....,. 5 - M 5 gm, K y s v K 'Su ,u . W-M'Q f' -"-....f.1 ' T ft. , lla wi E s-ug: 12 5 K" : 'u'mfBmmmQF" c 5 if Q , h Q-A ' uv had ro pass rhe pracrlcal procedure af CPR. an a manne- quln, a wrirren resr, and parrfclpare for Nve consecurlve class sessions. Afrer rhree monrhs of public debare, a rwo weelf unlr dealng wirh sex educarion was hnally added ro rhe healrh curriculum. Permission sllps from parenrs were re- quired for arrendance durmg rhe unir. Afrer all the debare only a few srudenrs apred our because rhelr parenrs for rhe mosr parr rhoughr sex educarfon belonged ln rhe 1, 2 0 4 5, Rlcls Joria dreams of malslng a bulk eye shor. Dee johnson arremprs ro serve rhe vol- leyball ln a rournamenr, Lasr forever srudenrs in 2nd hour gym warch as rhe rennls ball salk rhrough rhe afr. John Garls sneaks around Wclfi Munn for an exrra 2 polnrs fn baslserball, Tammy Raberrs ILS ready ro ralfe over CPR, afrer Trenr Rowe has performed his dury. home. . . , ' ' 3 d h - By rhe rlme rhe srudenrs lefr rhe physical educarlon 6' WOWQ on me" 4m fopf r OU' SIU , , denrs are ready ro collapse, course, rhey were aware of how lmparranr physical Z -'Hey bone, 5W,NG,ff 4m how 5Of,bO,, 7777955 W054 srudenrs scream. I f' c k ' 1 N, M75 1 1- 'Y S X V S, W ll P Q --:,f,Q5g , .- fi if 1? 'l ,F SF " ' 2. gg if l fs . X '. . fi '53 .425 ' - Qc. 1. F W I is X , W . if in J wgwmgwy A H m1wfrWK3S E .sxinigpl I . ' if .29 '9Na..:,,Z?' 5 A xx 'wee X E W .ww sunt, HOME LIFE CRAZE - YH Home Economics was o useful experience. .lusr rhe know-how of cooking, cleaning, sewing, and child conng are on imporranr facror in Family Living. The rvvo family Hving courses, Conremporory Living and lnrerpersonol Relarionshps KL P.R.J, cfffered in many ways. Conremporory Living srudenrs had rhe chance ro learn how ro cope wirh argumenrs, olsagreemenrs, and how ro go abour solving fhem. Conremporary Living focused mainly on mordoge, love, and rhings rhor had ro deal wirh orher people and nor jusr yourself The class covered many orher ropics as well. l.P.R. classes learned how much responsibihry ir fools' ro false care of a child by 'mf Apr by '9a9eOg9?g. A M-13,-3 ' : - having ra carry an egg, "rheir child " everywhere rhey wenr for rwenry-four hours, seven days a week lf rhey were ro leave rheir "egg rhey had ro hire a babysirrer. They would dress rhe egg lke rhey would rheir own child "A child is as fragile as an egg, " rhe y were informed was rhe poinr of rhe experimenr. in rhe Home Economic cooking and baking classes, srudenrs were raughr how ra cook wirh rhe use of se veral urensik while learning ro cook dfferenr foods from roasr ro omelerres. Cooking habirs hke nor combing your hair around food or puffing elbows on rhe fable or dnner were ako srresseaf Dy rhe arf of pillow making, a srudenr shows which college is her favorire. Roberra Link begins on a small guilring prqecr before srarring on a more ambi- rious one. Mrs. Brick keeps a warchful eye on Sherri Clemenr as she mixes rhe bread dough barrer. kn'r making home-made bread o sricky business, Tom Rakfan? Kelly Knighr shoars for rhe new worlds roasr earihg record Mrs. Lombard gives privare insrrucrians ro Trina Fuller on how ra lay our a dress parrern. 1- Q ' ,C ,H , . X A I fx Q A . 4 E i 'Q i E Y X P , ,f 5' I A'-Qu -5 V ,cf W. s fy l Mr Richardson seems ro have an endless supply of members on hand, Mr, Thibedean gives anarher AP. Calcu- lus reaser. Mr, Oarls hsrens arrenrively ro hc sru- denrs' quesnons. Mr. Johnson wairs ro see wha ll survive his resr. Advanced Srucfes World Lirerarure sru- denrs receive anarher one of Mr. Oarks lecrures. Answenng QUESNOHSE Mr. Garwold sjob. Mr. Aibworrh assigns some heavy dury quesrians ro his class. Mr. Garwold carches rhem again. , , Honors courses were offered in many aifferenr areas. Among rhem was Greek Llrerarure which showed rhe way rhe human race rhoughr and felr unfold ages ago. Srudenrs rerraced rhe parh from civlhzed man who Hves so far from narure, ro man who lved in close companion- shp wirh narure. Advanced Saence classes were de- signed for srudenrs who had already had chemisrry and physics, Dunng rhe hrsr semesrer, modern physics was covered wlrh rhe emphasis on an overview of aromic and nuclear physics. ln rhe second semesrer rhe srudenr was exposed ro a quahranve analyss on developing rhe conceprs of eauihbnum solubihry, and laborarory slfils, Physiology dealr wirh srrucrure and funcrion of rhe human body. Areas of concenrrarion were cells, slfeleral muscu- lar, nervous, reproducrive and digesrive sysrems. The Honors rrack was designed for rhe srudenr who excelled In a specil7c academic area and who needed an in-deprh challenge. Acceprance was granred in various vvaysf reacher recommendarion, grade poinr average, or ac- complshmenr in a prior, relared course. Many honors srudenrs, because of rhe high level of challenges, vvere able ro srep inro ivy-league universiiies and easily com- pere vvirh rhe besr in rhe narion. The srudenr enrollmenr rhis pasr year reached 276. l-IGNORS FOR Tl-IE HCDNORAR Y 2 5 E S . .i,,i,.,, ,c,c , M ,,,.,. , MM cwsw-M.,.fM.,cW,,,,-cc.v,f h,x-, Ms, s cs MM li l-IUMA NlTlE5 5 YNTI-lE5lZE5 Humaniries combined a variery of c0fferenr classes info one. lr was rhe second year if was offered ro TCH5 srudenrs and was popular. Junior Mark Fell srared 'ln my opinion, ir was very evenfful, and l had o fun time in rhar class. " lr fied communicarion arrs, arf, music, and social srudes rogerher. Some of rhe suqecrs sruded were Hrerarure, psychology, polricalscience, arr, archirecrure, music, hisro- ry, and economics. The class offered many learning ex- pedences and hebed srudenrs furrher undersrand rhem- selves and relarionshps ro rhe communiry. lr hebed pro- vide for crearive, posirive lying in rodays world and rhe furure, in a way rhaf made sense. Srudenrs learned self idenriry and how ro relare ro numerous rhings o y srudying rhe world around rhem. ff, i 'P have s Af ,Xiu Foup Q fi? Ty' x .wx R -44 wr G E 5 7 1 I 1 I Uvnqr, nan. .N UF.- tiznansixfgjs. Q un-an uf-na was eu Congru, for the Hocfai .. mmzQ,h.tian,.G an , Tha peapu. 05 the Nghf' "- then, Ssmevuha! tho NW U31 Ifudfnt 'Wh' 5rr.4:f.u:., yd it1L!ryynmnL.H.Li.' ' "1 ' ' gr3g2:fg,: rP+Mf fi 'btw .fi 1 '34 'ha 3 -4,r.,, fa" 'nw I' 1- ,,.1.4h, -11 'GVYV 174 Lr v LL: ted x Humaniries was direcred by a ream of reachers, com- posed of Glen Bader, Don Dunsmore, Rurh Earl, John Koschara, David Parrish, Lyndon Salarhiel, Gail Schari and Brenda Mrrig. The group organized class worlf ragerher. Srudenrs were dvided info four "log" groups which were formed according ro lf7C0'VldUOflf1fGf6'5fS. Each group was raughf by rwo reachers, who inferchanged bee rween unifs ro reach rhe areas fhey specialized in. They roolf parr in group worlf, buf were also reauired ro do a lor of individual worls. Many opporruniries were provided such as raising parr in workshops, research prqecrs, crearive experiences and acriviries, lecrures, and group dscussions. They visired and assisred people in rhe surrounding area and fools Held rrps. "lr changed ofren, " said Brad Shaft? 1 2 .3 4 5 O 7 8 Debbie Popp lsrens afrenrively TO Mr. Bader's lecrure on family life i-lurnaniries i eryoys rhe dance ufvlf The Thinker prornprs an arf dscussion Hurnaniries ls log groups, Hurnaniries lls hisrory Kevin 5rephens sirs in on Senare hear- ings. Marina Saba aslfs Gov. Blanchard a aues- Non. David Parrish worlfs on a presenrarian ro rhe school board CUgLT -...K K11-I' we s'!W . 1 0 I Q TIM! T550 .2 'Q- ,i 'QI Q L s INDUS TRIAL AR T5 DOES lT ALL! The main goal of rhe lndusrrial Arr course was ro encourage srudenrs ro become more aware of pre- vocorional learning. These explorarory classes and some advanced srudy classes heped ro meer rhe goals and needs of many senior high srudenrs. The following courses were offered: Power Mechanics, a class which allowed srudenrs ro srudy rheory, rechnol- ogy and careers in rhe areas of auro mechanics, blueprinr reading, elecrriciry and small engines, Shop Marh, which dealr wirh basic marh slfills and rechnigues relaring direcrly ro lndusrrial Arrs, Consrrucrion Technology, covering resi- denrial consrrucrion, Mechanical Drawing, primarily cover- I A k , M Z Z W Q I A v """N'.-11-,Q g I , sv., H 1 if 1 X P . sz-fm, . A ' e P' A , -7 L ..g. 3-- ,' X wxyr . V . f' V! gg , ,,.. L. L A T 'vii ' ,7 t X If 'Q ' . gi - ,N -Q A ab l 'Vw' ' 1 frmn , H Q: XXL A X"If 'Y all , 3 + KS Qu' n Jr N 5- X Xi. .A J ing layours, slserching, lerrering, and orrhographic prqecf rions,- General Woodworlfing, which was more on rhe developed side of using one is slfilb wirh rools and machin- ery while working wirh wood- and Archirecrural Drawing, a course designed ro reach srudenrs rhe basics of dra wing residenrial home plans, There were many orher courses obo offered under dfferenr suqecrs, On rhe advanced side of rechnical learning, rhe sru- denrs were basically on rheir own wirh prqecrs due af cerrain rimes. The srudenrs worked ar rheir own pace, and rhe prqecrs fools a grear deal of efforr, our rhe ourcome was worrh rhe rime spenr on rhem. Having a few dfhculries in Wood Shop, Wade E7sner9 Clare Svec sho wed how rhe engine was really puf rogerher in Small Engines. john Besnearre does ir wirh class. Do you really rhinlf Irs funny nor lfnow- ing where ro begin, Dominic Coururie-r? Can'r you rwo HX if wirhour a manual? Srudenrs garher for a one-of-a-kind dem, onsrrarion by Mr, Brown in Graphic Arrsl Jeff Manning keeps a warchful eye on a machine in his Basic Merab class. Mr. Bearss proves ro John Cronlf KU, and Roy Challender IRQ how easy if was ro hx a piece of machinery. ffxj I aX3 bx2 cx + Srudenrs planning a career in business, rhe arrs, or rhe sciences needed ro have a marhemarical baclsground from rhe Hrsr year of Algebra ro Advanced Placemenr Calculus in rhe rwelfrh grade. Orher marh classes were Shop Marh for srudenrs who were going for an y furure in indusrrial or rechnical work. This course offered basic marh slsilb and rnarh rechniaues which were relored ro lndusrnal Arrs and vocanonal courses. There were many ways a srudenr could progress rhrough rhe marhemaric course offerings. The average srudenr in a rnarh rracls usually followed Traclf 5. The srudenrs classes consisred of Algebra, Geomerry, Ad- emi? Ein 'VII 54 5.uL.w, t F V wgmvwuwvxwfwvm-y,,,m 5- vanced Algebra, Trigonomerry, Funcrfons, and by choice, Probabllry and Srarlsrics or Science Compurer Program- ming. The Compurer Programming class was fun, exclring, and lnreresrlng. This class had fullenrollmenr ever since ir came ro Traverse Ory l-hgh School, Technology creareo' many chfferenr kinds of compurers and more and more businesses were using rhem, so srudenrs were urged by rhelr counselors ro rake rhfs class before rhey graduared. ln rhe American l-Hgh School Marhemarfcs Exam, Tra- verse Ory l-hgh School placed ln rhe rap 102 of rhelr region lasr year! An Advanced Algebra class worl-fs hard on one of Mr. Swires resrs, Wendy Schelber makes a jolse Obouf Geornerry ro a classmare. Todd Pronger rhinl-as he cbd well Of? 0 marh resr. Mr. Hale and Dm Crampron argue over a compurer problem. Oassmares work hard on a au1Z1n Alge- bra l Mr, Lewallen lecrures on anorher confus- ing algebralc funcrion, Mr. Richardson demonsrrares his knowl- edge on a Geomerry problem as a sru- denr reacher, 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 6 7 Mr Hobson looks ar a srudenr who hirs a sour nore in 4rh hour Orchesrra. Concerr Band srudenrs procrice ro rheir hearrs' conrenr, Mr. Campbell wairs parienrly as 5rh hour Concerr Band fries ro improve rheir prac- ricing rechniaues. .3rd hour Mixed Choir doesn'r Wise rhe music rhey sing, While conducring 4rh hour Symphonic Band, Mr, Campbell fries ro carch a snooze. Whar kind of foreign music is Music Ape preciarian srudenrs ro learn? "Come on 2nd hour Concerr Choir, lers ger if ragerher. " The music deparrmenr was dvided info rhree differenr arrangemenrsf Choir, Orchesrra, and Band. Choir consisr- ed of several differenr courses, Srudenrs considering a music mcyor in college or who had a serious inreresr in learning could raise music rheory, This class was more about rhe rechnical and rhearerical aspecrs of music. Orher classes were Concerr Choir, in which an aucfrion, performances, and rehearsals ourside of school were required for credir. Cancerr Choir and Treble Chair were based on rhe same aualiries, bur Concerr Choir was rhe more advanced. Anorher was rhe Exploring Music Course, designed ra build hsrening and perceprual sisilb rhrough a wide variery of musical and nan-musical farms. ls.. This Class dealr wlrh rhe developmenr of popular muslt ln rhe U.5. Male Chorus was offered ro male srudenrs who had ro audirion Hrsr. One Course offered ro srudenrs who were lnreresred ln Orchesrra was formed on a rhree year lnsrrucrlonol basis and was designed ro develop rhe orchesrral perfor- mances slvll rhrough rhe srudy of rhe Hnesr llrerafure avaflable. The Symphony and Concerf bands borh basically mer rhe same reaulremenrs. For lnsrance, all members of rhe bands were ro parriapare in Marching Bond unless rhey were Involved fn a fall sporr. 1-'N . ' IIIIIH sf ' I , wi "Very inreresring" is now many people described rne 1982-83 science classes, Masr people fools science be- cause ir was required- however, some chose if because of rneir inreresrs, or ro comply wirh fufure career plans. Many choices were available ro srudenrs. Life Science provided a basic undersranding of living rhings. A variery of rhings vvere sruoiedf celb, evolurion, hfe chemisrry, nurririon, drug abuse, ecology, body sys- rems, animal groups, and planrs. 5rudenrs used micro- scopes, made reporrs, roolf resrs, and solved problems. Biology covered areas such as cells, cnemisrry, repro- ,Z ,rv X 235 iw gf ss 5 i i 'i .yf if wh-73' ,..L.., ducrion, ecology, rhe environmenr, animals, dissecrion, and rhe human body. "The reacher made if a fun class. l worlfed hard buf eryoyed ir. lr was worrhwhile and greor, " srared sophomore Michelle Borsrler. Chemisrry developed skills for undersrandng rhis sci- ence Held. The main purpose was insrrucfion in doing chemical problems. By lecrures, labs, and demonsfrarions, principles in hear and lighr were raughr in -physics. Physical Science learned abour our universe. The hu' man body was sruded in Physiology. Advanced .Science focused on aromic and nuclear physics. C ooperarion is rhe lfe y word when doing experimenrs. Lisrening closely is Lisa Ross, Lori Dunlfle eyebalk her neighbors pa- per. 5ophomore 77m Srnirh prepares for a lab. Wow, olssecring frogs is inreresringl Physics' srudenrs raise nares as Mr, Gar- wald explains. Yi E . -' gg 1' -' - Cu A-I' ' T NUM - ,Mic C0 N', r. E: 'E T -' Tx V fr Kx t' r vcd ln W K C Si Rh Pd A9 rs -U mfg Rb 51 Y K TX h Au X F O Gd Tb DY wi 'Le.F"i X use Cm Bk C FXC COMP in-H, x ,W A ml. I '-sis... :X , ,X .- ' -'-s . ix fl -, at " X - L - A im X T T' X' NVQ , gg: we 3: J AA x J. K ' V f fe ,M 5' Reg R x! TE ll' E- i Z Libby Magee smiles because irs her sen- ior year. Maybelle Green prepares ra rhraw a frbbee in rhe Special Olympics. As Lloyd Lucas demonsrrares rhe usage of a compurer, Charlie Mirchell is amazed. Phil Reinclfe B pleased wirh a resr grade in Psychology. Ar Mr. Srealf 77m Wagner shows his slsilLs ar sraclfing dshes for rhe dshwasher. Cammenrs from Mrs. Ayres are very comfamng for Gail 5eLserr. Da ve Clark srudies hard as rhe 3.-OO be0 approaches. Personal Typing comes easily for Mary Kimball. Srudenrs ar rhe senior high who had special needs received excellenr heb from a lor of rhe reachers. These reachers included .hll Sloan, Diane Bozzi Merrill Harvirr, and several orhers. Mrs. Sloans srudenrs parncpared in a program referred ro as vocarianal rraining. Many of rhese srudenrs gor on rhe job rraining which heped rhem ro acquire a job and ro expedence a berrer undersrandng of rhemselves. '5rudenrs seemed ro eryoy rhe vocarional rraining courses, " explained Mrs. Sloan, When a srudenr was referred by a parenr or a reach' er, rhey were evaluareol resred and observed. Afrer doing rhis, rhe sraff rhen decided if rhe srudenr were 1 1 L .J --. 'ikxxxsxxxx X111 WM'9""wm,,,,. fi ,,l'lf . A, 1. ,., - MMF lp., F "1"l T I -gr 5 f ehgible for a cerraih program rhor suired hisfher needs. These programs were designed for srudehrs who were learnihg disabled educable mehrally impaireol emorioh- ally impaired, and hearihg impairmenr. Some srudenrs had academic classes as well as ruroring heb in a re- source room. The high school educared rhe srudenrs unril rhey were groduareol. When rhey received rheir diplo- ma, rhey wenr our ro iihd a job or wehr on ro college. This year, ar rhe Ovic Cehrer, a special Olympics was held which fearureol cffferenr races and acriviries. A vol- unreer heloer srared, "lr was fun, rhere were lors of acriviries and mosr imporronr srudehrs had fun. " SPECIAL PROGRAMS EOR NEEDS ' . gr 3 x 4:43 ' 'Z' ' w N -'iii 1- x r il W Q' W ' ' I. 1 ici f' ,, WW I-W. "N-.. 'WN vii 4'H7,?" ii 1,-:fine I T" yi, is , fi! M , Z KE T : ., fig lik S E . 3 Mr. Dunsmore seems ro be wairing for a presenrarion in 203 and Sus. Scorr Schwarm and Phil Krum prepare o speech on 'Shuff-A-Drink. " Alan Caldwell pracrices voring in Govern- menr. Karhy Moose doesn'r acr roo enrhused abour whors inside o rockin Anrhropolo- QV- Currenr Evenr srudenrs iind rhis assign- menr easy. TodayfTomorrowfFurure srudenrs ind Mr, Dodd quire inreresring. Chen Yosr Hnishes a charr in Psychology. Berri Oleson receives heb on a rox form in Economics. When srudenrs enrered rhe high school rhey were soon familar wirh required sulyecrs, includng four semes- rers of Soaal Srudes. Srudenrs had ro have Gfilzenshp in rhe ninrh grade, a choice of Amencan Perspecrives or Global Perspecnves in rhe renrh grade, eirher Consumers Economics or lnrroducnon ro Economics in rhe elevenrh grade, and Amencan Governmenr in rhe rwelfrh grade. Social Sruoies was an auromaric minor in rhe curnculum. Along wirh rhese four required classes, srudenrs were able ro choose from many orher Soaal Srudy elecrives. The purpose of rhe Social Srudes deparrmenr was ro offer a curriculum rhar, while allowing srudenrs ro choose rheir own courses, would provide rhe necessary lfnowl- edge and slvlls ro meer rhe srudenrs currenr and furure needs, The course Amedcan Perspectives ihcluded eighr UNITS. The firsr Eve dealr wirh each of rhe decades, 1920-1960. The 19703 deolr wirh under rhe headhgs of "Narional Priorir1es" and 'Y-luman Porennal " lnrroducnon ro Economics was ihrraduced as rhe analy- SB of rhe pnhaples and problems of such economic con- ceprs as prices, rhe derermiharion and absrdbunan of ih- come, busihess cycles and rhe effecrs of social conrrol on busihesses. American Govemmenr fuli7lled rhe requiremenr of Michigan Srare Laws. This course emphasized pohrics as well as governmenr. SOClAL S TUDIES HAS lT ALL! . .- s S ' , - - "T T ""-"ST 1 . .Ii ' ' -ww, +11-vw-ff' V 'F 1 ' W . lf f - A,,,fl K Z ""' - """"" A .Y.., Fda .,.. QM: . 1-H+-Z 5 E x , nk A ww. N. . Q 4v'w..- f 5.-, , ....e-me , 1q..ff'.,.- 1- A- ,- , cv..-,. ,. V- - Qi -in w-iq? sf v 5.1 4: NJ , .cS. :JI ' 1 U vi' .-1 1 ii Q TBA programs were inrended ro provide occuparional educarion ro meer rhe needs, inreresrs, and abilnes of high school srudenrs. Srudenrs who parnapared in rhese programs would spend parr of rheir day ar rhe high school and rwo ro rhree hours in a selecred program ar rhe Traverse Bay Vocanonal Educarion Area. All pro- grams were ar leasr one full year in lengrh, many were rwo year courses. Courses included vvere: Accounnng, Agnculrural Mechanics, Hecrncal Occuparions, Aura Body, Aura Mechanics, Bank Teller Training, Buildng Trades, Child Care, Commercial Arr, Compurer Programming, Cosmetology, Buildng Mainrenance, Dara Processing, Dis' rnburive Educarion, l:7ecrroniCs, Food Services, Graphic pv- . ' Q, Arrs, Healrh Occuparions, LandscapingfHorricuirure, Ma- chine Shop, 5mall Engines, 5reno!Oerical and Weldng and Curring. Approximarely .300 srudenrs were enrolled in rhe TBA courses, One srudenr explained "lr gave me a chance ro be able ro work on a prqecr wirh more rime ro do ir in. Unhke rhe one hour class ar rhe high school, you would get a prqecr our, work on ir for a half hour, and rhen have ro pur ir away because closs rime was over! " in selecred courses rhar Hlled up fasr, srudenrs were infer- viewed and rheir grade poinr average and arrendance were of urmosr imporrance. Nor only TCH5 srudenrs ar- rended TBA. Orher school alsrricrs hke Benzie, Surrons Bay, Leland and many orhers arrended ako. A loud noise sfarrles David Bacon and Keirh Corrigan from rheir work in Buildng Trades, Parr of Teresa Korb sjob in Child Care is cleaning up spilled milk. While arrempring ro make a car look ne w, Darryl Lehn buffs ir for a palnrjob in Auro Body. Tylar Newhouse prepares herself ro do a composirion layaur in Commercial Arr. Mike Beckwirh was nor expecring ro be on candd camera in his Dara Processing class. Norm Kalchik arremprs ro HX a broken down lawn mower in Small Engines. Working ar rhe fronr desk, Barb Grifhrh purs her 5renofGeHcal skilk ro work. 4 l p4rfmif22Q l ,g if i , M, 9 "vw , I 1 4 ' I e 2 H , 4 , ,,,, , 4? gwwwwmm' my . H A, ,5 .,.. If f fi 1"f, , '?' -1 lf? M 5 TUDEINIT5 HND I T IN MEDIA Whor were rwo rhlngs on srudenrs' minds? Srudylng ond resrlng were common ocrlvirles or TCH5. Lllse ln oll schoob, some srudenrs hod o "blow fr off" orrirude, our rhe rnqoriry of people sruoled. Srudylng heloed srudenrs leorn ond reroln more knowledge. Tesrs were olso o porr of everydoy school life. Besides rhe resrs given ln IHCWVIUUOI closses, norlonol ochievemenr resrs were olso given. The PEAK SAI ACI ond orhers were offered The scene of srudenrs slrrlng in clossrooms, holb, ond ourside worlsing wlrh boolss wos very Common, our o lor of people Hlsed rhe Horory for srudylng. lr wos hepful if rf' , ffl .azz , IV , 71 2 s W b ,El-9 'gxjlxl Xu 1 Tfnx s.....T 'T',,,..,,. ll? -Wpilu I I ,Q ,. 7 because fr was packed wfrh lnformarlon, Wherher some one needed ro Und our sorherhlng for a class, prepare a reporr, or was jusr looffmg for sornerhfng ro do, rhey could go ro rhe library. Many rypes of books were found rhere. Some were for enrerrofnmenr, and arhers were for facrs and references. Elms and rnagazlnes could also be checked our. A Career Cenrer, locafed upsrarrs ln rhe library, was open ro srudenrs who wished ro use fr. lnformarron abour olfferenr careers and various colleges was found rhere. They had o carnpurer prfnr our, which gave educarfonal reaurremenrs for dlfferenr jabs. 1 2 3 4 5 a 7 8 A srudenr rakes nares durrng Career Day On Career Day, srudenrs could rnrervfew represenrarrves Goudy Zacks cvlrgenrly looks for a book Andrea Ta ylar runs a cornpurer as arhers look on Bob Meyer fakes rhe SAT resr Mrs Bares grves drecrrons ro Chrls Kal- chlck Held Hoffman searches rhrough books for rnformarron. Blll Pursffall f7nds lnreresr rn usfng a come purer mme: f 41 A .1 'T 'T . ' 37:5 Q A . K I lr u :idly if igwir A! X: I W 15' L , ,-7 .. 1 'X "' ' ' I . , I 28 ' 'K' X ' 'TY 'X ' l' 4 X Q 7 wg ' ' x XA .4 Y , X xx N XX , -ff , m -X X X ..q, ,' I 4 ' x X x . N -5' Q K -l',""'- , X ' 6 5 lk 5. ---"" H- i ..i'fr-- "lT V! X wr Q,"",'f-'53 .uk N-.K i V i lf' 5 Looks con be deceiving for Rich King. Three srudenrs prerend ro do research for a rerm paper. Some srudenrs spend rherr rirne in a rap session indoors. Km Anderson, wirh her halo above, srudes for a Governrnenr resr. "A spor in rhe sun ro carch up on home- vvorlf Ls old". Srudying is a virrue ro rhese rvvo sru- denrs. Supervmng in rhe scorching hor sun, is Parry Uryasz over Andy Heckrorh while he crams for o resr. Disrurbed in his srudes, Jeff Calkins gladly fakes o break for o picrure. A Humaniries reacher gives in ro rhe hor weorher and lers rhe srudenrs srudy our- side. Whar were srudenrs' srudy habirs lke dunhg rhe year? Posirions, places, and arrnospheres varied grearly rhroughour rhe school. Some srudenrs had excellenr srudy habirs. Orher hablrs weren'r roo good and could have been improved. A very common hablr was srudenrs hsrenlng ro rados while srudylng. Some srudenrs sruded while eorlng. ln rhe mornings a lor of people sruded in rhe cafereria over breakfosr, cramrning for rhe resr rhey forgor abour. During noon penods, people srudied when rhey were eanng lunch. Srudylng armospheres were numerous. During nice wearher many people were seen ourside in rhe worm T S fy ' gi 5 is, T X? ,. , ' . -ne. ' ,?32i:E4, B V W' Z. .. .qslfx .. xi- " Wi'-W1 R-Q.. Lui i'-'Jil' .RBI 5 1- -,'-fi' 'W , Y s ,gil I I sun wirh rheir books open. Some srudenrs preferred rhe librory ond orher quier ploces for srudying. Orhers, who weren 'r picky ond could work rhrough rhe noise, srudied onywhere, includng in rhe gymnosium, in srudy oreos of buildings, ond in ploces where rhey could iisren ro music. Srudenrs hod oifferenr preferences os ro rheir choice of surrounoings. There were vorious posirions srudenrs could be seen in. Some of rhem were very unusuoi- such os leoning ogoinsr rhe heorers during cold weorher, porlfing rhemseives on rhe Noor in rhe holl, lying on picnic robles in rhe sun, ond even sirring in rhe borhroom. 5 TUD Y HABITS ARE UNIQUE X'-I ff 2 g g of x aa-4, 31 5 'A VM, P U V' ' fr, W 15 y. ' - a 4 19:11 I " 1-5 3 M W- cz, f 1 ' ur. - . My f -, , , use A V- V:-., i 4 V MRM? 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' Comhgrowcrdrhefhsh hrheIeaci1ggroupofrunners,KUr Johnson andPeny5roppopush for reoordbreakhg fines. ' Slf6fCfilg-OUI'b9f0l'E'Ih6f7196fE9S- senliaLKeI'eWlsonandKu1Jom5on heblfen Orchard Thereampreparesforrhedmrlejbg byslrerdmhgoun Meonwhie Coodr Benedcr compares nores wirh Mn Loben 7hesrarrofrheroceshowslheTra verseGrydomcnanceasIheyalIpush forposinbnonrhecourse. - Find menrol preparanbn is made as rheguysremoverheiswears. Xvrhrhecrodfofrhegunrherunners beghfherace. CraQMdmsrrom, DmFourrwa and Crdg5weeneykeep rheipacesas they head for the lasr pan of rhe course. 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Q . - V- x i"' " A Y.. , , J: ,3.,gq3, jf,Qg!li'!i-iffm .n 1, "1 VA I , Ar rhe Silver Dome rhe players say a irrle prayer for good luck. The ream rejoices offer rhey hold rhe opponenrs from gerring a Hrsr down. Charlie Brammer breaks rhrough rhe Sink rhe Sailor sign or rhe srarr of rhe game. A irrle moral supporr from coach Oo- ley always hebs, Ar rhe Silver Dome, Ed Blackburn re- ceives a grear pass! Breaklhg rhrough rhe rackle Kp Cosrif gan runs foward rhe goal line. Almosr gerring sacked John Mbon QGTS ready IO throw a pass, Blocker Tony Laubach, fries ro srop rhe opponenr from racking im McDougall. OPP 14 Derrolr Carh. Cenrral 26 7 Norre DamefHarper Wds. 0 7 Muskegon Corh. 20 7 Benron Harbor 14 Muskegon 7 Grand Haven 39 Mona Shares 0 Saginaw Arrhur-I-Hll 22 Bcanaba 35 Season Record 3-6 I TRADITION 5 TAND5 This was an oursrancfng year for foorballl Nor only was playing good, buf so was rhe ream spirir. Two of rhe defensive players made All Conference: Scorr Eh- renberger and Greg Bohn. The leading rushers were Al Smirh and BJ. Wolfe, and a new school record was ser by Todd Richards as he caughr 42 passes! The rearn 5 caprains were Joe Neihardr and Jim McDougall. This year's season record was 3-6, winning games againsr Harbor Springs, Mona Shores, and Muskegon. When asked whar he rhoughr of rhe season, Coach Consranr, one of rhe 45 players' 4 coaches replied, "They were a good bunch of lfids, and rhe comperi- rion was rough. " He was obo proud of rhe way rhey srucls rogerher and held rhe Trqan Tradrion. Coach Ooley srared "l rhinlf rhe lfids dd a very good job, " iiellifill .JW ' V- 1 if-H -: in U J., .... , 1, K: Ay, -M by . . , 3 B W' W .-F1 Y "' KN .6 W A-' A .. . Q", A Q, A W . , fanmnuaql -, -,, , 1 QQ 1 X we xi. 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Orher supporring players were Dave Bomeh 77m Good and exchange srudenr Mcholas Dourreloux, buf even wirh rhese imporranr players, rhe season reHecred an enrire ream efforr, provicfng fun, exciremenr, and rhe oppor- runiry ro perform slf1lLs learned rhrough years of prac- rice. if M e wi? 214' 1 JV" is yi ww Vffb' Jawa 4"f5'5W55 ,mf my 9 ff T551 M 4' f Q7 M-,-P 73 W W Z DS WW, L3 kbs' M Wivifa nip S Wu ga? 4 ' 1' f Y -10" w of f 5355 if 1 A :C P ' 'X fc Ev, ' X . :Wm ws ' '- , . . 1, "TW Ir'-my R if imma. . ij- . 1-3 , f QL - ' fi Ji' v ' Q, 1 1, , Q V ' 3f4:yf3'!ff",y-i?'fwan-my ,r ff? " ' ff-tii5fi.'f,: ' i-F-41 ., ffl, 14435 Yu' 3 r 'W 1 ' .- Mwa-1 3-12' ., Q51 -,cd ' x ., I ... K,g',,hiI, .. 'Ui' mf T s 'G-'f ' ' " "f ' f' 5 Q. ' h, +, f W,-"J -x pf, 2, fu, ,. V X, "fW:2ii 2-5"l,T.,i 'L .ff1Qf4'i5"r44a.g2 f f ,i - V .gf X ?-gs ffgyssglggi-? 3'?fLl , TL' i f , '1.::,f? f 5' " 1 ""'Hw5g,W' ' 'Ugg ' all ,rf T L " ' -"" ' ,, ' '1.,,..g,.J'Qu.'i' ffks - a -T . , T A . I V 41.1, -,i,Ql:'., ,Avid 5 Mosr 'Valuable Player Scorr Schwarm arremprs rhe dfficulr maneuver of headng rhe ball Mrh derermiharion Scorr Mcfleavy advances rhe ball ro scoring posirion, An opposing reammare arremprs ro srop rhe momenrum of Maris La Wre and rhe momenrum of rhe Trqan reom, Dave Srephen fighrs for possession of rhe ball. Throughour rhe season rhe reom proved ro be one of grear friendshp and comaradery. - Mrh his dribbling slsilb Dave Bomer heps ro ser-up a scoring drive ro rhe opponents ner. Passing ro one of his reammares, Dave Domer heps rhe Trcyans ro worlf rheir way ro a goal Vored rhis years besr midiielden Eric Larson sends rhe ball up Held ro one of his forwards. To f' svfrxfeafifrm miznef f TC 1 Afrer a vicrariaus march, JuHe Deeker lrighrj congrarulares her appanenr. Diz Dirra Cdghrl rushes rhe ner as her ream more Jenny Moore rerurns rhe valle y. Throwing up rhe serve is Senior Diane I-hcks. Sue Kausler prepares ra slame her serve across rhe ner. Effarrlessly rerurning rhe serve B Shawna Mllman. Third seeded Lisa Mack valleys rhe ball across rhe ner. Lauri Smirh defrl, Shawna Mllman frnidl, and Juie Beeker prepare far rheir march. I-7rsr seeded Juhe Deeker demon- srrares her rwo handed backhand, Before a march, Coach Nykerk re views ream srraregy. OPP Benron Harbor 0 Aplena 4 Cacfllac O Muskegon O Peroskey 0 Muskegon Mana Shares 1 Carfllac 1 Muskegon Carhohc 3 Grand Haven 2 Peroskey 1 Abeno 1 Season record 10-1 f' A XWNNING TEAM! The 1982 Girb Tennis Team had an excellenr season, Hnishing firsr in rhe LMAC wirh a season record of 10-1. All expecrarions ser for rhe girls were roppled as this young ream wenr all rhe way ro a rhird in rhe Region- als. "They wenr beyond all expecrarions, " explained Coach Nylserk. "We picl-fed up momentum and ddn'r wanr ro srop. " Posr-season awards revealed an impressive showing for rhe 1982 Girb Team. SIX ream members were given recognirion for their oursrandng performances. 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While on rhe green, Nm VanAeEr purrs rhe ball . Coadw Dan Young gives lnsrrucnbns ro Trqan ream members. . IC Golfers advance ro rhe nexr ree. 5. Showing greor concenrrarion, Jeff Johnson wedges from rhe bunker. . Junior Dave I-hlron shows fiuenr form os he follows rhrough or rhe ree. Before he arremprs his purn Todd Donhalser Hnes up rhe bad . Trevor Reyher booms rhe ball down rhe fairway, TC OPP LOS Cacfllac Mn Mn Apena Loss LOS Cadllac Mn yn x A099110 Loss Season record 2-2 g -.-'1'fj 'nv--1: - VIGOROUS YEAR The 1982 Boys Varsity Golf Team finished a transi- nonal year in 3rd place in the LMAC Their season consisted of a season record of 2 and 2. The team was compnlsed of mosrly underclassmen and found inconsistency and lads of expedence to be their major problems. "We were a young team, " commented Coadv Young, "but we had enthusiasm and plenty of " This enthwiasm and vigor along with the leodershio of Todd Donhaisen who received honorable mention in the LMAC were the main factors in the success of the team as a whole. --7 M54 :Z sou: 1 O 6 Scoring a layup is Karhy Skendzel whie Dawn Deyaung follows up. Head Coodw im Anderson and assr. Coadves Tom Kozelko and Ben Page discuss the games Kim Srewan' C202 and Karhy Skendzel 1402 prepare for a rebound as their opponenr shoors. Fon suppon helps maihrain girlie ream spirir Coach Anderson ourhnes srraregies. Molly Piave receives ream 'mare Kathy Skendzels pass. Shooting a jump shor from rhe corner is Moly Pidve. Guard Daniele Daniels bnngs rhe ball down rhe count Daniele Daniels 5122, Dawn Deyaung C542 and mm Srewarr concenrrare on rheir defensive play. 4 TC OPP 48 Manlsree 53 52 Glen Lake 43 59 Salnr Francis 34 51 Benron Harbor 74 53 Grand Haven 41 71 Muskegon 56 43 Leland 57 63 Mona Shores 36 80 Muskegon Carhoic 18 54 Salnr Francis 41 45 Leland 40 42 Benron Harbor 53 50 Grand Haven 42 86 Muskegon 48 72 Cadllac 54 64 Mona Shores 44 85 Muskegon Carhoic 25 43 Manisree 40 64 Marquerre 66 T fx i I , ' i " ,A rr 7' , fufwlr g , ' V, ' 1 PULLING TOGETHER The 1982 Girb Baskerball ream completed their sea- son In rhe LMAC -wirh a winning season of 14-5. "The ream 'Chemlsrry' was rfghn " explained Coach Anderson. 'Everyone worked and hlfed each orher rhus we had a berrer ream. " This year showed a new and Impressive rrend be- gmnlng wirh rhe ream. "We have rurned rhe cornen so ro speak, of our b-ball program. Now all rhe dealca- rion IS paying ofli " . This year obo marl-red an Increase In srudenr fan supporr. 'Yr makes a rremendous olfference having fans rhere. lr goes ro Improve rhe play of rhe game by Increasing rhe players sp1rir." ' cfm il, M will 35 Ron Shutler shoots over a stunned op ponenr. Coodv David Malmsrrom points our a referees error Dnbblng past the defender is junior Trevor Dyksrerhouse. Gordon Chappel C542 rebounds while Trevor Dyksterhouse prepares for the outlet pass. Tom Clark C321 shoots as Dan Mqerle C442 gams reboundng position. 'Dunking " Dan Mqerle demonstrates his rendtibn of a jam. Defendng our basket is Steve Rife Q52 and the rest of the Trcjan play- ers. Going past his opponent, Tony "Ice" Thorpe looks for on open man. 9 0149 Jerome feeds off rhe pass. TC Qpp 91 Cheboygan 42 81 Cacfllac 47 73 Apena 42 59 Benton Harbor 75 70 Mantsree 55 66 Grand Haven 55 64 Mwkegon 70 74 Petoskey 55 78 Mona .Shores 55 50 Cheboygan 57 83 Muskegon Carholtt Central 65 87 Cadillac 49 91 Benton Harbor 83 69 Alpena 43 42 Grand Haven 35 99 Petoskey 53 55 Muskegon 49 77 Mona Shores 75 91 Mantstee Q3 81 Muskegon Catholit Central 59 Season Record 162 INSPIR ING YEAR The 1983 Varslry Boys Baslferball ream HT7l3h9d rheir season hrsr in rhe region, only ro be defeared by l-Wnr Cenrral in rhe Quarrerfnab, 70-81. This excellenr season began on a rragic nore, when player Tom Oarlf ded in a car acodenr. "Toms dearh hurr us deeply, " descnbed Coach Malmsrrom. 'Hs dearh roughr Us rhar winning isn 'r everyrhing, and rhar brought us rogerher. " Excired fans came our fn record numbers rhls season ro see rhe awesome play of rhe Trcyans. "Dunlf1ng" Dan Mcjerle, all-sraren and Tony "The Ice" Thorpe, hrsr ream all-conference, led rhe region-winning ream. at Bo QI c p.- ,fl '2S'Wi4" Nagy? if 9 in 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Z 8 -, ,,,v..., Camoradefie and friendshp were the fnnge beneHrs of all the work and practice. CoCaptain Greg Armour struggles to hold the point. Mrh quick reflexes, Todd Lighrfoor makes one of many saves as the fans look on. Performing the difficult rask of stick handing is Tom VanAnrwerp. ALL RIGHU WAY TO SCORE! ln the faceoff Greg Armour grabs possession of the puck. Ridng rhrough the corner, Dave De- Tar scrambles to keep possession of the puck. Goaltender Chris Galron demon- strates the tlexibilry needed for his important position. l 43 no ' -'437L,,Z1,. "f fz. ia! 7511- HOCKE Y TEAM PRGVES STAMINA The Traverse Ory Boys Varsiry Hoclfey Team had a very frying year. They began and wenr rhrough al- mosr all of their season wirhour rhe home rink advan- rage,- in facr we only had one home game! inspire of all of rhese facrors, rhe guys really worked hard rhis season. Oursrandng players rhis year were seniors Todd Lighrfoor, Chris Galron, and Greg Armour- juniors Dave Derar and Tom VanAnrwerp. A special bonus was rhe arrival of Bill Poquerre from Aloena. Mrh all considered exceprions, ir was a good season! 'C' x 5 , AA: z 'fi W-hx. 'e'!H9lL,w1x24alswx, "'7 ,F sf - 'sf salsa E'-9 On her knees digging rhe ball is Pam Squires. Wrapping Sheryl Domres' ankle righrly is rramer Brenda Kasper. r Dlodsvng rhe spike Ls Moly Hche. Coach Gerhardr gives a Hrrle word of encouragement Showing one of her perfecr serve is Mara Rudolph. Kelly Green purs her hand up ro srop rhe bladf. Gemng ready ro serve rhe ball is Mal- ly Hdve. Doing a badfwords bump is Linda Fuller as Angie Grimm dosely wardw- es. M, ,W if, 1.5, if f 'f . I f . 1 4 49 A l U GOAL REACHED The 1982-88 Varsiry Volleyball ream finished 8-21 overall and 0-6 in rhe L.M.A,C Mnning rhe Oscoda Tournamenr and bearing Leland were rwo of rheir berrer games rhis season. Serving 902 or berrer was rheir goal. They reached ir indeed! The downfall of rhe season was passing rhe serve. Kelly Green was vored mosr valuable player while Moiy Mche was vored mosr improved and Angie Grimm received rhe Coachs Award. Mr. Gerhardr srared rhar he knew ir was going ro be a rough season because of rhe lack of expenence on rhe ream. Even rhough this season wosn 'r one of rhe besr, rhey srill had a good rime playing ir! .galley My Wigs if X ff va 7 Commg up for a brearh of aim B LHI-Ann Henriksen in rhe Breosr Srroke evenr. A Hrrle pep folk from Coach Lyn Eblnger ro Lill-Ann Henriksen and Anne Kucera. Cheering rhe ream on B Sreflie Worson, Trifaproin. Diving vwrh good form E Shelley Bares. Catching her breath in rhe Freestyle is Mananne Moxbauen 5 Krisrin Sonnemonn swimming her fosresr ro win her Breasr Srroke race. Srrerchlng our every muscle is Sreflie Warson and Anne Kucera. . , m 5 mv V ,ffm ' V ', , V -, un! " uf' f .7 fg1f,,,4'r',Mcf F . ' M , 1, L ,f 7,,,,.. , H , . , ,, ,J . 6 - A C , ... TC OPP 43 Ludngron 84 59 Muskegon 68 64 Ogemaw Heighrs 38 QQ Grand Hoven 88 60 GR. West Carhohc 87 67 Muskegon 59 47 Grand Haven 80 73 Oscoda 54 80 Ogemaw Heighrs 44 65 OSCOUO 61 52 Ludhgron 71 Season Record 5-6 ., C-.-2.1, gs1i.V.1, Y ,, Z., .We -4.5 sip . 4 if - 1 2 ifeiE'4Q :?1f21-fix -f if A 1 , ' 'Q ' 4- ,. 1 ' ' ' 'X W5 in L gi ,,...- .ar- , tgp? ' ll V? 'X 'SW f- '7 ,,, 'N . 39 I 5- . . . . , iw X .A ET L - 1, X .Jlff jfs? H . sag' 1 -- v . wk,-4: , " ' vi ' ,M , my Ty Schieber acjusrs rhe board before his cvve. DurrerHying for 100 yards is Derk Pronger. David Aprea paces himself during rhe yard freesryle. Ty Schieber hirs rhe wafer afrer an excellenr aVve. Ty Schieber congrarulares Brian Baker afrer his dve. Jim Aprea l'0f19S off from rhe blocks. Derk Pronger acjusrs his cap offer his freesryle race. TC OPP Oscoda lnvirariona! 4rh 66 Ogemaw Heighrs 61 63 Oscoda 64 Fremonr mvirariona! 7rh 81 Saulre Soinr Marie 45 62 Muskegon 65 49 Ludngron 78 68 Ogemaw Helghrs 59 66 Oscoda 61 47 Grand Haven 50 73 Saulr Sainr Marie 51 48 Ludngron 78 136 1 A I E 2 , --fig ,.ff?.-'-' " , .. -Qqffrzi' , " -3 , '1- sesz1f..:.,.f' SUCCESSFUL SEASON The 1983 Varsity Boys Swimming Team Hnished irs season ar 5096, winning 5 and losing 5 marches. The reom was non-LMAC and dd nor parricioare in any conference,- rherefore, each swimmer or CfVGf had ro place inoividually in rhe regionals. .Only,BHan Baker placed in rhe regionab or 20., G "Good coaching and good faciiries played a large porr in rhe Trqans grear record " commenred swim- mer Ty Schieber. "We all had a good rime, wirh fun road rnps. " Two Trqans received ream honors for their swimming performances. They were.- Ed Ackerman, mosr valuable, and .lon Coffman, mosr improved Z 6 if ' G QNX QW Sw EX. 771e ghls rake a quiok lundv break. Senior Trina l-iebing crouches as she veers through the gates. One of the most Wnporrant parts of the race course was poinred our by Kathy Slfendzel Taking a right, prease rurn around one of rhe gates is junior Ramy Gin- gras. lnrense concentration m rhe srorring gares is a requiremenr and Jeanne McC.7ure has it, The concenrranon pays off as Jeanne McClure accelerates rhrough rhe course. What do you see, Megan Madon? The girls finished 1sr in regionab and 1sr in srore hnab All-Conference ream members: Kathy Slfendzel Trina l-iebing Honorable mention: Jeanne McGure , v . A 1.1-, 1 -'J' X d -X 8 ,A , 1 M X l f 'Q f 'A .2. 7 Nm ' ,X I '.,4,f2Q K W ,K it bv Hi ffl 1 f fb! SN ,Ng x 2 Ng . .N Q- c E 44-5 x 2 1 -f 1, .r,-:-:L..rw Y Q N 2. M, --if-X' ,f N1-Eff H v. -X M, of Q2 .L i g I K , fy .,?fl.:, ' 'Afhffn Qi , I 73 QM? I 'X ,Ma 1' 1 i "T, K ' A A X1 f Q ns' ff ms? Traverse Ury Varsiry Ski Team' Cfronr rowj Doug Clancey, David Cunningham, Doug Treece, Dove Srepnen, and Jon Elhorr Cbadf row? Coach 5a!arh1'eL Greg Bohn, Scarr Schwarm, Criclfer Crarnpron, Doug De Young, Craig Hebing, Cam Shaw, Coach Sranelf. J J N fi. k Q ,X 1 XB, -. Biz Gaff approadves a fronr supporr. Senior Renee Bye works on rhe barsj Pumhg her finikhing roudves on the marr 13 Sreffie Warson. in deep concenrrarion 13 Karen Howe preparing for her drkmounr. Trwng ro mainfam a sready balance, Srefi Reed compleres her leap. Keeping her mind complerely on her floor roudne, Srehie Warson Ls hoping for a good score. Showing her ralenr 13 Srei Reed wirh a casr handsrand on rhe bars. TC OPP 116 Houghron Lake 92 122 25 Cacillac 96.2 Mona Shores lnvi 2nd 81 Lucingron 123 Midland hvi 2nd 133 Houghron Lake 110 122.65 Midland Dow 123.45 129 Ludngron 128 129 Grand Haven 100 Freeland lnw 3rd 127 CadWac 104 MHSAA Regionals 2nd Season Record 36-4 Alam. HW' tug, , Q Q -v ' -4 ,pw if 9? .-" X , ,Jr x 1 I I v I .4 1 I , Chns Kocks Crighrl arremprs an arm drag. Execuring a rwo-legged rakedown is senior Dan KHngeBmirhA Coach Ed Haughn observes rhe wres- Iiing march. Andy Ealy fropl works on his oppo- nenf vvirh a cross face move. Turning his opponent over B Todd Springer. Paul Roebke 'Hdes" his opponenr, causing him ro supporr his weighr. Jason Kingeismirh CTC? concenrrares on his opponenrs weaknesses. Earning .3 "near fail" poinrs, Jason Kingelsmirh goes for a pin. Ross Lands execures a pinning mo ve. TC OPP 18 Peroskey 57 48 Saginaw Arrhur Phil 27 24 Oscoda 45 46 Kalkaska 29 60 Manceiona 18 24 Cresron 34 21 Barrie Creek 51 44 Easr Kenrwaod 9 36 Benron Harbor 27 37 Grand Haven 27 53 Muskegon 16 72 Charlevobc 6 13 Gladsrone 46 33 Escanaba 36 34 Mona Shores 38 54 Muskegon Carhoic 17 Season record 9-7 v - '13'f"L.fe' V , , . - 33. Q 1 Y f T 4 -, E-,lgsimzxgnwifv AAL. ., . I me '- '-v' ' ' f - . L ' 1 L 1- i ' --..- i WW-' -KMNQNGRKQ , ,V 'Q' f 79 HRST TIME E VER The 1983 Varsiry Wresrhng Team had an oursrand- ing year, concluding rhe season wirh a 9 and 7 record. This exceilenr record won rhem rhe Hrsr L.M.A.C Championship ever in rhe hisrory of rhe TCH5. The high ream spirir and rhe hard work each arhlere exhibiied was whar Coach Ed Haughn arrribured TO rhe L,M.A.C vicrory. "We were a close rearn, " explained Hough. "Everyone worked rogerher and pushed each arher ro rheir Tmirs. " I-ive of TC 3 wresrlers earned L.M,A.C Champion- shps. They were: Pau! 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MN 5 1 ,f uf , 74 ' 12Q,k KJ 4 Q "V WW 'IIA W ,, V ,. i f' ,, .H A GREAT COME BACK The 1982-83 Sofrball ream ended up 6-23 overall buf rhey bear some excellenr downsrare reams - Royal Oak Dondero and Troy-Anrhens. Mnnfng rhefr lasr 2 our of 3 games showed rhelr ralenr in a good come back. Hvejunlors lmproved so much by rhe end of rhe season rhar rhey enrered rhe srarring Hne up. Kelly Knighr was named mosr lmproved player whlle rhe caprains of rhe ream were Kelly Green and Karhy Moose. Coach Bush was dsappolnred In rhe number of errors and lack of hirrfng. ln rhefr lT7CfVldUOl perfor- mances, she rhoughr rhey rrled hard buf jusr dan? seem ro come rhrough ln rhe game slruarion. Bur she was encouraged by hard work and fmprovemenr rhar rhejunlors made parrlcularly and she ako rhoughr rhe y were an unusually Hne group of glrk. Kelly Green. Carolyn Alexander. Kessor and Bush. our Welders. second base. home IS Amy Hursr, Bush, 2' .. .K .r 1. Carchfng rhe ball is Nancy Treadwell 2. Tagglng up ro rhvd base fn a hurry I5 3. E vie KUDCOITLS plrches rhe ball hoping for a srrlke. 4, Players ger cheered on by a congrarula rions slap. 5, Driving rhe ball way our Info rhe Held IS 6. DISCUSSLOQ rhe game plans are Coaches Z Dorh coaches and rhe ream supporr rhe 8. Sheryl Reed rags our rhe opponenr ar 9. C arching rhe ball ro rag our rhe runner ar Q, .fr 5 -1. f 2' -.'- 4-, ,, ,p3?,:7:J.a' T 4-5-,gig-gp,ufaQ75 - ',,,.r,,L A "mx x 1 V NM 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 o Z 8. Pircher Paul Falere prepares ro whp rhe ball in for a srnlfe. Having a conference ar rhe mound are Paul Falere, Scolr Draurigam, Coach Gerhardr, and Gary Ralhns. Preparing ro swing 15 Darren I-hnsen Ramp. Arrempring ra make rhe rag B carch er Gary Rollins. Mrh dererminarion, Mike Sweeney pirches the ball Trainer Heid Hoffman, Cfar lefrl arf rends Scarf Draurigams lTjUfl9S while rhe Trqan bench warches. Jim McDougall sides in safe ar rhlrd Darrer Mike Sweeney srrides inro a pircherk rhrow. 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"9 i I jyy i ' WM WAV Nr' ' ' I' , 4-21 A If "QM K w.,,.,A,wi,, I Q ' fl f f4,3'jf,g1.7 f., ' f , 479 1 aim 64 1 4 'N-5 4 4 visa' 1 m the two mile relay Kevin Clarke strides toward the handoff zone. 2. Head Varsity Coach Mr. Lober contemplates his strategies. 3. Senior Jeff Heika burns-up the course during the honor roll meet' 4. The standard of excellence in the area of palevaulr was maintained by Mark Blodgert by winning the store. 5. Our long distance runners ight for a good position on the track. 6. Our graceful Joe Neihardt hurtles his body through the air as he competes in the longjump event. Z Halfmilers Mark Fiegle and Jeff Hengesbach set the pace for the Held. 6 Sophomore Dan Sievers tosses the shot wirh utmost grace! 9. Ddan Kolar fhps up over the higljump bar at the honor rod meet. HRS T IN LMAC The Traverse City Varsity Track Team continued their record of outstandng seasons this year They competed in six dual meets and came out of them undefeated ln the invitational meets they captured first place in four out of eight meets, and never placed lower than fourth place. Though the entire team was absolutely outstandng, the relay team of Mark Hegel, Jeff Hengesbach, Joe Paupore, and Kevin Clarke ran to an amazing time af eight-fifteen at the Graves Relays meer. Three of our Trqan athletes achieved the right to compete in the SfOf9 meet. These people were Mark Dladgetr and Gregg Menhouse in the palevaulr and Kurt Johnson in long distance. Gregg took sixth place and Mark took tirst place, making hkn the best in the STOTG of Michigan. 1 an --ff --. -, 1.5.3. - -nuns' 'f'--.1 , --7--....,.... ---pf --. 44' -4, vw H H U... QQ ki 1 l .....-------' ,4 if V RUJANQ' T5 qi 'rm xy ' 5 1 qw, QR J ,RU-TA Nc l AlfRUJAN5g . U1 A QITRU AN f ? 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I., .be T r A iv W! , A i v' Xi s 'Y fe fi! A P e Y A 4 . A y g i I 4 ., , .h . .1 1982 GM 1 V Ski Team.-,Coach Dunsmore, Jeriny Mode, CQHS Cairns, Becky Moore, Krfsrm Solorhiehfooch Solorhfel. my f 1 -1 -' in K MI Q X F7 1983 B V Basin' ii Tony Mcjiwirz, rady SE 3 A ., ,l I XJ ,--P NNN der? Baumanjlahn Dzeifa, NDan Sievers, e Durocher Bob Harvey, Bill Greg Campbeli Coach Consranr 7983 Bays Sophomore Foorbali Team: Cfronr raw? Mike Anderson, Dave King, Ken I-leini5ch, Chri3 Hfareif, Sreve Eizinga, Brian Rirola, fm Redman, Paul Schaub, Chad Debolr, K yie Rosa, Ksecond row? Sreve Komrska, Wayne Schmidr, Mark Wesran, Rich Rabron, Eric Rosrer, Kapp McMuiiin, Miife Dernhardr, Denni5 Pell-fy, Ken Breirhaupr fbacif row? Coach Bradley, Brian Carrer Craig Dunharnb Ed Casebeer Rich King, Rob Brown, J V 5 UQ, ' fO,V'Y:3' e Alexander Da Cao i 2 r M3 fn ,Y 2, H- ,, fr ggi? 5 'M' fa ffvwffffgg me W1 Wfwff N N -V AK C ., . 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I .1 4 J Q-v-v f I E, Dorcy Blunm, 70 Greg Bonn, 11 Krfs 001119, 10 Mfcnele Boldr, 11 Moyne Bonebralfe, 11 Todd Bonrer, 70 Joson Boornroyd 70 Tfm Borgen, 70 Mane Borowfcz, 77 M1chel1e Borsrler, 10 Perer Bosrwfdf, 10 Cnns Bouchey, 11 Sreve Bouchey, 10 Maureen Bower, 71 DrllBOw1e5, 11 Lee Bowman, 77 Shannon Brody, 17 Morrfn Dragoon, 10 Jason Bralsel 11 John Bremer 70 Rob Broun, 10 Mrchelle Breough, 10 Ken Brefrnoupr, 10 77no Brelrhoupr, 70 Marr Br1dge5, 70 Joe Brrsson, 11 Anno BrLsro1 11 Amy Brood 10 Darren Brown, 11 Lfndo Brown, 11 Por Brown, 10 floberr Brown, 10 Rodney Brown, 10 Drone Brownel1 11 Mdv Brownson, 10 Andrea Brunadfey, 10 Mer1Bru5r, 10 Kofhy Bryon, 10 Russ Bryon, 77 Sieve Bryon, 11 EUQEOIO Buck, 11 Mehsso Bufe, 10 Underclossrnen 185 75 Joann Dull, Dersy Bunn Deb Darclnfe, Todd Burgess, Mrlwe Darke, Dave Darlfnolder, Amy Burns, Amy Bush, Rena Dash, Cnrfs Durler, C ynrlua Durrlcls Julie Cadmus Marr Cain, ChrrS Carrns Dm Corrns, Tam Carrns, Chris Caldwell Rob Caldwell Sracy Caldwell, 71 77 10 70 70 10 70 10 10 70 , 11 , 17 10 , 17 10 17 17 70 10 Milfe C allaghan, 11 Karen Calvary, Candy Campbell Lisa Carnpeau, Shawn Cannon, Mrchelle Carden, Greg Carbon, Kelly Carnahan, Tom Corpenrer, Drran Carrer, Edward Casebeen Jafauelne Carahne, Barbara Cermalc, Naornr Chalk, Marrlyn Cnollender, Drran Chamberlarn, Gordon Cnappell, Marr Cnrle Scar' Cnfle HM Cnsnofm Chu Care-srensen Mc' x L 'vefrerven Cnerx Cn' Q' 'She' 70 10 70 70 17 11 10 11 70 70 71 10 70 10 10 1 7 1 1 70 70 70 70 70 S Ll'Ce':g:f5 are SCX -QQQQQ-Xxyxgxxxqq-Q-'Q-YXQQX KX,-y-X A XAxgxxxgxxxgxgxxxxxxcwxxxtxxxoqxqgxggxxgxxgyx-Q-QXX-Xzxqn-ix-x - . 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Eldridge, 10 Ronda Elenboas, 11 Jon Ellforr, 11 Lynne Ellforr, 11 Underclassfnen 189 1395 Q ,. 'efe' ' - Sie" , Me' ' S95 EJ' 5'e.e Ez'g: 10 'N' EZAQQ 11 09:56 E'c+5:' 70 Th' EW Hg 11 Aff EXC TO Ezccef Fceve 10 5"e'y Fcnc' 10 Jane' Fave 10 5'e-'ry Fcse 10 5'e1.e Fc, 1 11 00: F9C"'G'5'C09 10 Jef' Feese 11 K 'F Femefcccv 11 ,Mew Fe 11 SCO" F915-'ey 10 Amy Fegvsof 11 Gfge' re'gV5o" 10 Do. c Feue' 10 Par Feng 10 Te' Fevvws 11 Maw Fegef 11 M119 F9155 11 C"'5 Ffyeff 10 floxcqne Pnch 11 TOM FAC' 11 1,1 Fha 11 me + Meg? FU Rc: FM C 11 -l""x Fscns' 11 'M fe' Fire' 11 3:1 fr ' 'mf F e :"'3' V , 55-9, .. :P L 100 UAcefcc55"1er1 W' av- A..- YW- ,xog 1 L M, L 1'2" Dororny Flees, 11 Rfclf Flees, 11 77m Flemfng, 11 Chrfs Flercher, 11 Crofg Foersrer, 11 Joe Flores, 11 Karen Force, 10 Mlcnelle Forr, 11 Mllxe Fouch, 11 Dan Fournfer, 11 Scorr Fours, 11 Wrgfl fours, 11 Sheryl Fowler, 10 Karen Fox, 11 Mary Fronclfowlolf, 11 Parrlcfo Fronlflfn, 10 Doreen Fraser, 11 Toby Fraser, 10 Debbre Frederbcan, 10 Word Freeman, 10 Jenny Freefnrre, 11 Todd French, 10 Jenny Frlg, 11 Chrrs Fullw, 10 Ehsaberh Goff 10 Joy Garnforrh, 11 Dean Gollo, 10 Lyle Galllvon, 10 Rrcnord Garersan, 10 Tonya Gorrerr, 11 Chorlre Gorvln, 11 Sreve Garyln, 10 Trlno Goryfn, 11 Kelrn Gorwold 10 Dave Gary, 10 Colleen Gaurhfen 11 Ernle Gaurnler, 10 Kevfn Gaurhrer, 10 Mike Gaurnler, 10 Ray Gaurhler, 11 Brian Gelger, 10 Korny Geiger, 11 Underclassrnen 191 Amy Gensler Syrnorfa Gerscnoocner Mark Gfddrs Greg Gffberr, Brad Gffberrson Gordfe Gffdner, Romy Gfngros, Mflfe Gfoner, Wendy Glenn, Bob Goddard Kfm Godr, Sandy Goff Korreen Golcey, Karny Good, Doug Goodfallow, Wendy Gorasnfro, John Garcyca, Ramona Gore, Pere Goudey, Mark Graf Cnesrer Granr, Leo Gronr, Norma Graves, Roger Graves, Bonnre Gray, Teresa Gray, Br!! Green, Maybelle Green, Terry Green, Tnereso Green, Brfon Greene Jaffe Greenla W, Gary Greenrnan, Asa Gregory, Marnda Gregory Barb Grffhrh Mfke Gflmfhv Pao! Grffhrns Sreye Grfner, Ladrfe Grsr, Derry Groesser Mrfe Grofeaa 192 Underdassmen X3."X3..X3.53.N3.X3.."X3.X3.X'.X..'Y.,X , Y,X.X"A..XX'X'3 'xxx- X3-xxx ,jX. - NK- XX. cox, X. X. X ----,,3 ,,,'x'A.'x.v'x.4 'X.'X, xx,-xgxxggx-Q3-X' xg-x3-X-Aixxixx-xlx-Xgixgxxxi-Xzxqd-X Y 1 Q. 14 Scarf Grasarr, 11 Mllse Grundel 11 Shelly Grurze, 11 Am Grzeslolf, 11 77m Haberhng, 11 Joe Haddad 10 Bob Hadolx, 10 Dave Hadheld 10 John Haeussler, 10 Rachael Haga, 10 Todd Halnes, 11 Kelley Hall, 10 Mehndo Hall, 11 Ron Hall, 10 Joe Halhgan, 11 Perer Holvorson, 10 Mane Hamel 10 Jeff Hamllron, 11 Greg Hammond 10 Mllfe Harnpel 11 Terr! Hanlfes, 11 Kory Hansen, 10 Kym Hansen, 11 Tommy Hansen, 10 Terry Hanson, 11 Drod Hardy, 11 Brenda Harmon, 11 Jeff Harper, 10 Tony Harris, 10 Lee Horrlson, 11 Joy Harrl 11 Cherry Harvey, 10 Roberr Harvey, 10 Julie Horfh, 11 Karen Harch, 11 Dawn Hawley, 11 Drone Hawley, 10 Sue Hawley, 10 Mflfe Hayes, 10 Dronwen Hearh, 10 Terry Hedger, 11 Dove Helges, 10 Underclassmen 190 AQ' HE' 'SI SJ: we fe':' " Mew: " He 9' Oc: 'Je ': 1 12 Dk: e'e Hem AQ 71 ,V 49 HeAc'cf5:' 11 Revay H9f"QD"f?9f 11 Jeff' Herwgesocch 11 5'eve Henmng 11 Lf'fAfm HQWNSSQW 11 Kev' Henry 11 Mcdeine Herbo 11 Po.J11-ierbo, 11 Juhe Herman, 10 Donna Heron, 11 Lor1He-nel, 10 Jerry Hfbom, 11 Charles Hfllofy, 10 Owns 1-1110615 11 Dave I-Mon, 11 Morefw Hfrvds, 10 Rondo!! Mndg 11 Don 1-mes, 11 M1119 I-WT, 11 OW5 HCMO, 11 Jeff Hoord 11 Owns Hobocls 11 01111-10671 10 Heudf Hoffman 10 Mom Hoffmefsrer, 10 Kfm Holcomb 11 Scarf Hofcemom 10 Kcfhy Ho1'dCy 11 Don Hoffyday 10 lm Howes 11 Mase Howes 10 Sic" FCC: 10 A -X H011 10 f's.e vs" Y" L C .1-. 9 N rv-3-N-ffv W: , , x - M,.N,,, 4 S Eff? f" 1 Q vi -"1 ,QP 1' X' S 'Fa X-1 I x K I 9 X. x .I n X 1 -4. 4... Y Vvvv vc.. . .4 K, Ti .af X fifffqc : I .r 1 1, . . .,-,- iff a "M M- , f E.: 'fer -.NA ,Ag r u m? ft 1 'Q K- Q N V' 1 .1 .+ gn! limi: - 2 1 Q O f 'v li 1 ,U I ,, 1 A H H I ,AX I s-Rf, -xx fix Y- 3 1 A.- 1 ,J-A V. Q A , 1 1 if A, w hen . ff , z an HQ f if J J I P5-. 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Kosberw, Doug Kosper, Srocey Kousler, Sue Kousler, Todd Keene, Lorr Kelnorh, Troy Kefrh, Tommy Kelderhouse, Dm Kelley, Colleen Kelly, Krrs Kelly, Lourle Kerby, John Kerlfholf Down Kevvwrch, Room Keywfrch Kris K fbllrvger, Doug Klersey, Jeff Kres, Kevm Kflburg, Debro Kflmslv, Mary Klmboll, Debble Kfnder, Bryon Krrvg Dex e Kfrvg Rfch Kmg Todd Kfrvg, Mflfe Kfrsclw losov Klogelsmfrh Pas K ,fc no Hxmv r K mpg Lx, X K wt, TQ w- M' -QND We ix -oe'f'Qoe' ,t H ,X mm 795 Umem cssmgfw Dave Krwop, 11 Rlclf Knowles, 10 Chrrs Koclfs, 11 Shirley Kohl 10 Bryon Kolor, 10 Drron Kolorllf, 10 Kevrn Kolberg, 11 Sre-ve Komrslvo, 10 Korhenne Kopp, 10 Dove Kosrrzewo, 10 Mary Kosrrzewo, 11 Scorr Kovalcllf, 11 Ten Krqnlls, 10 Paul Kralflan, 10 Morfe Krofocrwll 11 Angelo Kress, 10 Gary Kroupo, 10 Jocelyn Kroupo, 10 Ph1lKrurr1, 11 Erllf Krumrey, 10 Parry Kruplm, 10 James Kuehllng, 10 Janelle Kuehhhg, 10 Ken Kuerrh, 11 Mrlfe Kuhn, 10 E vie Kuncofrls, 11 Kelly Kuznror, 10 Dense LaBonre, 10 Laura LcBonre, 10 Eve Lofourse, 10 Don LoCro5s, 10 Ross LoCros5, 10 Mflfe Lolfofve, 10 Amy LoForesr, 10 Kelly Laird 10 Todd Lolrd, 11 Krm Lomberr, 10 Morls Lomb-err, 11 Roberr Lomfe, 10 Vlfffl Lomle, 11 Ross Landis, 11 Pom Loporr, 11 Underclossmen 197 Meg? L:P:"e 10 Ryan LaP:"e 11 Nancy Large" 10 Tocc Lash 11 lane' La.Dacn 10 Dan Lc.rne' 11 Jcsan Lcwner, 10 Jeff Laumer, 10 Annerfe Lawrence, 11 Angle Lawson, 11 Klrlf Leach, 17 Parry Lehn, 10 Sarah Lehn, 11 Fred Lelshfnan, 11 Jeff Lenrz, 10 Frank Lerchen, 11 Laura Leafclf, 11 Todd Levanaaslv, 11 Llsa Lewn, 10 Brian Llghr, 10 Marf Llgon, 10 Craig Llman, 11 Tarnmy Lfnnefson, 11 Rlclf Llplnslv, 11 Camle Lrvfngsron, 10 Jeff Lobdell, 11 Wendy Lober, 10 Kelly Loclfndge, 11 Mark LOGHGLDGIU, 10 John Loesel, 10 Enc Long, 11 Wenay Long, 10 Karen Longcare, 11 Helen Lopez 10 Tony Lawn 10 Brac Lace, 11 Fa'c Lu"5 11 BGCU LQ 11 Jo" .wc 10 0:1 C L,::c 10 PS-ggx Lys- 10 D' J Lxc' 10 108 Unaeraassmgn Le-my 'S f '- 4 1 "' s ' 1 U I ' I 1-x nf'-X . V., Lia ,X . Q-Q. t 'P Kr . R., Q., .,, x 1 1 xx , vu 4 4 1' A 4 1 1 ' fb 11 f 4 ,,4, .1 . -rg, mx" :fi -gf ,f- ,' 3. 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Sreve NlE'dZGl5l4l, fffrsren Nreken, Gregg Nfennoose, Brll Nrxon, Dawn Noonan, Tammy NoffIS. Jeff Norhaclfer, lrsa Novak, Loren Noralf, ,ireve Novak, Donna O'l3nen, Lesa O'Br1en, 5'ex e Ooocnowslff, Teresa Oclxerr 202 Underclasynen 10 10 11 11 11 10 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 11 11 10 10 11 71 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 10 10 11 10 10 11 10 11 11 10 10 X3-X3dx3-Y-X'-X Xl.. yxxx-Xxvxxxx 'XX X35- 'X'A. I I 'X X. X. 'X "X'X..'X. XX., 'X., -X-Aix -X-A,X3x3,'X-xxixx -X3-xg-Xzxxi XB. 'XXXXNYXY-XXZX. 'XX XXX ,,, xxxkx x. 5,1 " ,E . E , X , 51 A A1 49999 sky. 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Qi., y V fy , " tw-..' we fm 1 14 Sf, L- I gf I fl 4 in Paul Soxron, 10 Susan Schanrz, 10 Errlf Scnanf 10 Ann Schoub, 10 Laura Schaub, 10 Mlthelle Schaub, 10 Paul Schaub, 10 Sfdney Schaub, 11 Deidre Scnefdler 11 Lisa Schenk, 10 Deanna Scherodf, 10 Ereve 5ch1tnre1 11 Wend Schreber, 10 Darren Schlegel, 10 Andrew Scnrnfdr, 11 Wayne Schmrdl, 10 Pou15Chomberger, 11 Lisa Schramm, 10 Dana Schuberr, 11 Dense Schug, 11 Kim Scnuler, 10 Kerri Schwoll, 10 Scorr Schwarm, 11 Brady Schwerr 10 Jerome Schwfnd 11 Colin Scnworm, 10 Bob Scorr, 10 Chrfs Scarf, 11 Dan Scorr, 10 Jodi Scorr, 10 5reve Scarf, 10 Ted Seelwamp, 10 Randy Seeley, 10 Rob Seeley, 11 GOI! Sefferr, 11 Sue Se011e, 11 Usa Serschen, 11 Mike Serwa, 10 77m Seylra, 11 Lon Shaffran, 10 Karen Sharnowslv, 10 Sreve Sharp, 11 Underdassmen 207 Campbell Snow, 11 Susan Shaw, 11 Jule Shearer, 10 Krrs Sheffer, 11 Rfdfy Sneffer, 10 Sharon Sheldon, 11 Mary Sneller, 10 5a5an Shepard, 10 George Shppey, 10 Rob Shfppey, 10 Krm Sharr, 10 Amy Shoslcey 11 Frank 5nur'n5lfy, 10 Mark Slwrler, 10 Ron Shurler, 11 Shannon Sfddall, 10 Dan Srevers, 10 Andrea Sflxarslfr, 11 Kelly Srlfarslv, 11 Chrfs Srnewoy, 11 Wcror Sfneway, 10 llrclf Slfendzel, 11 Allen Slvnner, 10 Dean Slayer, 10 Anne-Vya Slcogen, 11 Norm Skrzypczalc, 11 Doug Slodelw, 11 Karhy Sleder, 11 Vrrgfnra Sleeper, 11 Debbfe Sleprclfa, 11 Jule Smarr, 11 Cheryl 5rnfrh, 10 Dan Srmrh, 11 Jay Srnrrrv, 10 Jfrn Smfrrv, 11 Kurr Smfrh, 10 Lame Smfrh 10 L 50 Srnfrrv 11 Darn Snwrn 11 Par Sfwrn 11 Prscwc Efwrn 11 jnefey Sara 10 208 Llnderclassmen 24, ,f-1? A-, Yu' , 'ATI v4 1 K, :Q rg ,- , 1 Y -r w -1 -V ' - Q . XX 5 fl X . -r-f 1' I 'Yi' I 5 I f :I 7' V ,vvvvvvvh Qvvvvvvv, N PU! 1141" Y-4' '58 -4 fx Ni 'sr-.Q x L , s " an F 333:X-3'X5-X3"X'XXLX"X?d'f- x33,'X3X'X,XX'X3.XXX3.X?.YXX'XX3,X3.Y.XZ.YX.'X3.Y.XX3.X3Q,X1XX3 NIYSXX XXCSXN 'XXlXN'C.'X3'1,Xi1'X'OW XXX C160Xi.Y.X.X1XX3.XXX1.Y,X.XXX3X3.'X1.X1XY.X'iXT3.T3.T?.X1.X1.53.Y.XX 77m Smrrh, 10 Yverre Smlrh, 10 Lrnda Snow, 11 Mrlfe Snow, 11 Luanne Snyder, 11 Luanda Snyder, 10 LOIIVSOFUGFO, 11 77ffany Somers, 10 Scorr Sornmenield 10 Hearher Sommervllle, 10 Laura Sondee, 10 Sreve Sondee, 11 Derh Sorna, 11 Sue Sosynski, 10 Janer Sparks, 10 Dave Specs, 11 Jana Sprcer, 11 Samanrha Sprnner, 11 Pam Squrres, 11 Els-en Sr. Pierre, 11 Carolyn Srachnflf, 11 Mark Srachnfk, 10 Jadve Sfacy, 10 Scorr Srafforci 11 Jerry Sredman, 10 Chris Sreele, 11 Mrchelle Sfeffes, 10 Roger Sreffes, 11 Molly Srege-nga, 10 Susan Srern, 11 Sherry Sfernebach, 10 Derelf Srelnorrh, 10 Dave Srephen, 11 john Slernaman, 10 Karhleen Srernarnan, 11 Sreve Srerler, 11 LeeAnne Srevens, 10 Vrnce Srevens, 10 Rhonda Srolfes, 11 Ken 5fappa, 10 Wayne Srrong, 10 Tom Srrasser, 10 Underclassmen 209 Carny Srraoser. Melrsso Srrlclfer, Cnns Srnclqlond, Dennfs Srranrn, Scorr Srrang, Cnrm Srruble, Kora Sruoblehelzi Jon Sucnoslv, Marr Sochaslv, Mflse Sulllyon, Clare Svec, Ray Swlsher, Bnan Swrrola, Kelly Swlfolo, Noa Toboclfmon, Andrea Taylor, Chns Taylon Gary Taylor, Jim Tepel loner Tennanr, Sorya Terdal Bonnie Tewell Dm Thfel Ed Thfrloy, Mllfe Thompson, Rhonda Thompson, Roo Thompson, Lrndo Des worrh, Dereclf 77mg-Fan, Trenr Dsrnlfowslv, Debole Drnolf Deobre Toedebusch, Jeff Tolsfe, Trocey Tooley, Marfso Topp, Kfm Towne, Brenda Traylor Jodf TrGOdwell Noncv Treodw ell, Taco Tmwwer Avon Troaoagn, Tonm Tocffer 270 Undercloismen Ill M is 1 A.. 1.4-7 J , fri? 'ai 0 ,mix Txmf gl E 'wb o-4 C117 A fX . .59 Q. QR L. nv- Qtg. 7 X X l I I I I I I I I I A I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I X Y xxxax ml A 1 Q V X 2 , . ' '71 ' , 1 , Q 1 X3-Xlx-X3-X3dx3-Qydxd-X-XXX3-X3-iv glyixxg-vvvv3,---Y-frj,--'vv -'-"'vv 44-,vK,,'X,v4 vvvvvivv -44-44v44 XXX. X3X'X,'X.. Cecilia Turner, 77 Jenny Turks, 10 Dersy Tway, 70 Drll Tway, 11 Karen Uryasz, 77 Parry Uryasz, 77 llrcnard Varra, 71 filth Valerlfa, 10 77m Vanaekr, 11 lrrn Vanakrrne, 10 Roland Vanfafnp, 71 Tammy VanDevenrer, 11 Amy VanDragr, 70 Lori VanEenenaam, 70 Davrd Vanl-ioesen, 71 Karr Van5ur'neren, 77 Janna Vanlle, 77 Gary Ve0ar'n, 10 Tammf Vendeville, 17 Don Venrer, 71 Craig Vohwrnlfle, 10 Samanrha Vreelanzi 11 Dawn Wagensclwrz, 77 Mary Wagner, 17 Karhy Waldron, 71 Carl Walker, 10 Shelly Walker, 11 Terry Walker, 10 Teresa Walle, 10 Amy Wabh, 17 Perer Walrer, 71 Dennrs Walrers, 10 77m Walrers, 11 Wendy Walran, 17 Scorr Wamsley, 10 Lrnc Ware, 17 Jrll Warren, 10 Karen Waslawslff, 71 Michelle Warson, 77 Jamre Wearnernalr, 70 Sue Weaver, 11 Holly Weber, 17 Underclassmen 271 Karhy Weber, 11 Sue Weber, 11 Amy Wegner, 10 Barb Werss. 11 Dena Welt, 11 Mark Wesron, 10 Mike Whalen, 10 Par Whalen, 11 Brlon Wheelock, 11 Sherry Wheelock, 10 Terry Wheelock, 10 Wendy Wheelock, 10 Sandy Whlreford 10 Shelly Whlreford 11 Richard Whirmlll 10 Scorr Mckens, 10 Bob Mld 11 Damon Mikes, 10 Kren Mlklnson, 10 Doug Mlleke, 11 Dove Wllllams, 17 Dave Mlllams, 10 James Wrllrorns, 10 Llsa Xwlams, 10 Rodney Wrllrams, 10 Shawna Mllrnan, 11 Ray Mbey, 10 Drron Mkan, 10 Brian Wrkon, 11 Chrrs Wrkon, 10 Dfana Mkon, 11 John Wlkon, 11 K-elle When, 11 Renae Wrkon, 10 Scorr Mkon, 10 Wayne Wrkon, 10 Lon Mrrh, 10 Tammy WX05UlE'W5lfl 11 Teresa Wsnlemskl, 10 Tony Wlsmewskl 11 Anna Wyrand 11 Jeny XMMQ0 10 212 Uncierclassmen W2 4090.45- 'KT L E J s ri x 1 Wendy Wlrlfap, 70 Karla Wold 10 Sara Wolf 71 Wrllrarn Wolff 71 lsabell Wolfgram, 77 Renee Wolfgram, 77 Chris Wood 70 Marr Wood 70 Jaclve Woodard 10 77m Woodburne, 70 Kelly Woolcofr, 77 C ynrhia Woosrer, 70 Par Woorers, 70 Andy Wrlghr, 17 Dove Wrrgnr, 77 John Wrfghr, 11 Teresa Wrlgnr, 10 Tam Wrlghr, 11 Kelly Wuerfel 70 Shane Wyarr, 11 Wendy Wyckoff 77 Marr Wyn, 10 Tod Wyn, 11 Tommy Yagle, 10 Tammy Yanslfl, 11 Tracey Yoraslv, 10 Debbie Yasrer 10 ill Yeager, 70 Todd Yeornans, 11 Scorr Yosr, 11 Dlanno Young, 70 Randy Young, 10 Mary Zacks, 17 Marlanne Zelso Carrle Zerafa, 10 Korhy Zerfas, 11 Angle Zaulelf, 11 Greg Denrelf, 70 Underclassmen 27 Mlchele Uflghf, 10 Dawn Cemlllf, 10 Cyfwhlo Corvvefy, 10 Peref Davldson, 10 Fffany Deconlclf, 11 Sheryl Domfes, 11 Megan Hansen, Fllppo lsadeluco, 11 WCfOflO Mead, 11 Jule Mllllon, 11 Slephen Rem10ord 11 Krlyln Sofmemonn, 10 Ahson 5roM 10 Arllhony Wells, 10 Thomas Wheelen 10 Denlse Bazzefr 12 Do wd Akers, 12 lllchord Hengormer, 12 D0 vfd Horsrmon, 12 Dom Klmgekmllh, 12 M1119 O'Drlen, 12 Todo Rwwooch 12 214 Umderclmsmen Lore Sermon evo Urudefclcsywee so A rm- E fx L1 X' ' u L " .. 2, low 2-f' . 3 Y if Q 'V A ag . . 9,4 if x,' Ill 'S--7 f , 'NJ X' ff'- i,l. ,L I 41. 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KEWN ELSENHHMER 1990: Runs for governor of Michigan. 2000: Hnally elecred Crecalled six monrhs larerl 2010: Follows RUSH around rhe world TY 5CHlEBER 1993: Founds Ernesr and Julo Schfeber, 2003: Company Hops C Ty dranlf all rhe proHrs2. 2013: Presldenr of Alcoholics Anonymous. TJ. KROUPA 1990: Graduares from CMU wirh a degree in drama. 2000: OfHCially changes name ro 'Hollywood " N SCOTT EHRENDERGER STEPHANIE WA TSON 1993: Judge for Miss America Pageanr. 1990: Marries her college gymnasrics coach. 2000: Marnes Miss Amedco 1990, 2003: Srors in rhe television series "Rubberbond 2013: Lives on o deserted island wirh his harem. Woman. " 2013: Living high off rhe hog in California, 2013: Takes over for Johnny Carson afrer reriremenr. .-. w mt '- ll uxf N. :lx V ,uw x '-.' ""-:L w:1?,,T' gb.-.J , .1-,- .rA, , r.-L 1'x. ,-.1 - 3 s. Said fhi05 61 lu VOIIFJW-ad! 66151 PNN. f v 1 M n , wmv' '44 r'i""U 5. ' '! " 'W .r Vw W W f , 'Qu .5 Y. 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Road Service Ure ond borrerfes Arfos Producrs ,irli if re e K X P 0 mo rogerh Belanger Septxc Tank Pumpmg 85 Sewer Cleamng Service C omplere Exco vorirvg Q48-5843 3 urra s GA 7 Boats CHyMotors aw qs I-IIIBIE B on Sprlngsreod and Todd Spmger checl our Km Beamer 0 d Chucl Moyers bo! 9 sole 35.36 US .31 South Congrotulotlons ond Best Wishes to the Closs of 1983 from Mlch1ganNatl0naI Bank Grand 'haverse ,SNNAIIEL PJ tunumatmcnutnsrntlus CONGRATULATIONS 42 Class of 79831 gnu BS 2102 5 Afrporr Logorws Landing Gm 5 AUTO PousHlNG Ifwql 1 Ill ' JOHN s CAR CLEANING S G F SEL VERSE C C Q34 627 OSE STFIEE O E 9 .R ' 1. L . . V . .1 h I N 9 kv? I 'A Q:-fc f . :I A I ' .2 . . ff? if X. . J . ,QQ I' f - .f ff Y. A Q I t , . I ' .I 'f 1 --.N 1. . 1 5 . . V 1 X If ' . P L. . . ML. A, - - I. I L . af' -. 1 I 353' , V. A , I ,Saw f wx, . " A I Fa C ' If 1" 1 T 3351 , 4 A 1 . ft . 5... 1 I L-- - I Q r xp. . V- . 4 ri ' I 4 I rv 'E 4 ' 4 , . . , . 1- I I ...as m eth- 2? I . U ""f1'5-1.55-L,, Q Q Q 7"i 5 - TRAVERSE CITY OFFICES2 522 Railroad Ave. 0 701 Randolph 1060 Front Street 0 1621 S Garfueld 0 3730 U.S 31 South BENZONIA OFFICE. 1747 S. Bertzle Htghway 0 ELK RAPIDS OFFICE1 10561 U.S. 31 South Complete Trust Servuces 0 Member FDIC 0: . .4 : '- .,- I Q9 I S fs .L 5 ' 2 ' .-nn. L1 ' ol N 1 -3 . 1 434- N I . X VIIAXES - POLI HIN GENERAL CAR CLEANING ff JOHN L, A TRA ITY, MI H, 4 R T PH 47-7142 L A Northern CONGRATULATIONS M'Ch'9C'n 5 Q Most C102 2950 A ,jf r Coggplgfe o 1 W U, Heolth 54920 OMS NATURAL F0005 Food 2 Locorlons ro serve you Store MllfIfYGO5 Downrown 7990 U 5 37 N Of 4 M179 MCD0l18ld'S 710 E Fronr and SOOO U5 31 Sourh Q47 5140 Q35 7735 CHARLIE! 420' 10 MINUTE OIL 81 LUBE 1779 scum GARFIELD THAVERSE CITY Mr 49684 PHONE 941 4335 L Bull Morsh Buick 1655 Sourh Gorheld Avenue Traverse Ury M! 49684 Y U 1 VD .R 4 . . , J qfHl?F?'.4r ' n l mgyf' I 1 Q '92, W9 cv 1 E in fi? 5 H er v7 , l .GJ Q 7 7 V 4 Y MARTINEK's JEWELERS Esrabished 7878 Diamonds Warches and Ieweky 277 E Eranr 946-4664 X x r Faverse Ury - X I X C1 C, Member Amencan Gem Assaciarian - " Hg - Tarnmi horogra, ersz S A ,'1A:- K . . 17 If M fi n X 1 r I CONGRATULATICNS CLASS OF as W 6 HTS , jf, V 'ff Q, L Cenrury Vendng Ca. INC K ' J '- .If-1 Vendng machines and games I ,P V, if k f 706 Duel! Rd, Traverse Gry ,Q ' 947-5059 .. 47 w e - A I McGOUGH'S INC. Feed Seed Ferrihzer Wood burning sroves Lavvn and gardening supplies Coal Per supphes Tack Harnesses Chain saws Sales 6 Service Q47-5900 501 Lake Jusr Sourn af Bghfh Over 50 Years Experience SHORE SAILS Grear Lakes 70285 Cherry Bend Traverse Ury, MICH 616-O41-1222 f I f f f f X 1 ' ' . , - "Men's 6 Boy's, Big Cr TolI" CIRCLE MALL, MIDLAND CHERR YLAND MALL, TRA VERSE CITY W 3 Y and Todd MINER S NORTH Dfamonds ln srore experr Jewelry repairing and sroneserrlng Refnounnng Decoraror and Qlfl' frerns Cusrom Casrfng Ler Us make you a new ring our of your old gold o1o O46 8528 157 E Fronr Sr U. Ah Traverse Gry Ml i i 268 Grandview Parkway Traverse Gry 946 8880 1 , E152 ,Q f Q -9 gh! Cz: W if 1s"i3 We Mldoslze American cars foreign cars light trucks ond vans MUNSON MEDICAL CENTER I 5 X Q .ow sd' M F21 15 ,JI jj 0 9 TNI: fl 9 1 045, hs who Daly imp 4, Q 'My "WM 8550000 4 MW 4 EW was W WWfMQ'la'1"f WIAW HIIIIMIIKIM mxxwmx IIINXWHIIIIW IIIHMK A Mshes rhe Class of 83 Good luck and Good nealrn Munson Medical Cenrer orh 6 Madison Srs Traverse Gfy Ml 1 L . l . ,',' I' .4 , . I i 6 . z S 5 Q D 'I f. ., . - -'31 C l A n , I ,Y Ah ,V Y W .gms A lx I . G , f t 6 i 13 3' ' f 'r 1 -I if ' 1 er A T1 F l i -g 2 I N L mms T.,,,sgg'n ws, I Lew, was Kb 1- 3, we 'WM 'I inf 'F T m , . ' , . , If . IN 'L , ,- 'L-,. A W -L . , 1,1 , lf, H igk f - A ,lei Efgiff 4 , u' i'- vi r ' - X M 1' fr' 6' - T' '- "T" 3' "M" , . . . 1 ' , . , - , ' Q y 1 THE Where your pwtures count' 7 A A V UQHCSP 0 A-fXAAv elk- .,.- I--A-If Downtown Cherryland Mall 114 E. FVOFII Sl. 1774 S. Garfield Traverse City Michigan 49684 . . v NT..l .i..l - A A , TWO LOCA UON5 O05 E 8rn Srreer 4144 Us 375. Q 8 U T 1 Family mor eb' TRAVERSE CDIL COMPANY Headauarrens Grandview Plaza Sufre 7700 P O Bax 7050 Traverse Gry Mrcnfgan 49684 Telephone 50762 947 2770 Q Y 5150 Highland Drive, Traverse City, Michigan 49684 Telephone: 6161943-8811 LAKE ' 'if ' SHORE fine PR TECIIOQAQ COMPLETE AUTOMATIC PROTECTION Petertyl Drug Gift Center Downrown Traverse Of '- Cyazwg lklue Jack's Auto Service 114 GFIIFFIN STREET TRAVEHSE CITY, IVIICH, 947-1242 ICI '- Jeanette s Beauty Nook 602 W Franr x xg Open 7 days 946 48.30 LARKIN AGENCY ggiwse Traverse Ory M! 947 5453 .--ff" L DA RU RESORT 23 bedroom houselseepfng corrages 4370 N Spider Lake Road 946 8999 S C :!EIE6 6 . . y . - SS Ntrh i i sil - 6 I Y sk . I ' o X ve INC. ,,.. Q-O y e s s I O N1 ' I I PIA I I 2 vb vu ,qu-Rx K . f -f . . DRA-.QE ACI' A f' "f 276 Munson Junior Gregg Menhonbe procrfces pole vaulr in pr -5.5 . or fha x I 1.. , I ' 75 I I I ' I A , . 5-I .wI"",, . D . I - I 'J-I X I I' , . A 5, P W W 0 I T vfz Q47 3300 7983 rrack season Ki? Denny s Heating E: Coollng Resfdenrfal 6 Commercial Heorfng Repafr 842 Hannah Traverse Gry Four Season Resorf Zlmmerman Landscapmg OUR BUSINESS YP' Q IS GROWING 'H Iv QV If its ifafg Y ff 27fwff1fmf ., ZJWAIIWIW5 947 1 170 AN,-x Camp Arbutus Pri va te Girls Camp RIEHL UPHOLSTERING SHOP 1.3806 IV Bay Share T Grace MacDonald DWG' Traverse Ory Michigan Dan Maidens Owner 616 946 8440 Mayheld M! 49666 PH 616 946 8589 or 616 946 8416 a m I Best wrshes for a prosperous future . Empire . National Bank X Carpenter Enterpnses Ltd Traverse Ory Operarfan 1819 Cass Harrman Caurr 946 7964 todag s woman C QPPOQQQQ Tradriana! Uarnlng Two Lacarians 212 E Franr and Leland 616-946-1780 Wes Body Shop FIBERGLASS COLLISION PAINTING INSURANCE WORK ond FRAME WORK Quahry Warkrnanshp Free Esrfrnares 1116 Barlow Sr., Traverse Gry, Ml 49684 3, e'I10T51lIg,3, gh I ' 04749520 ' ,Q . I .1 W 50' , D N158 2 . .Q Y J ...gsrvrr V rx . P I N Camp ere Mexican and IN! , 115' Ame-ncan menus X M Tn 11 m Opm I-'rf r 11am 11 rn f PEN NIN SULA FRUIT EXCHANGE INC Frurr Sproys Morerfols Ferrmzers Phone Old Mission 223 4282 R C Worren 6 IT S SERVICE THAT COUNTS M1Lh1gan Brmed Cherrles 1355 Srore Sr Phone Old Mlssxon 225 4282 Troverse, OW Mich 7955 Kroupa Rd Traverse Cnty M Dgwnfgwn 94745530 INC . , , 1. . COA ,NC N O I? M I C I . N D U 5 T R I E S Panic Printing g Quality Printing A when you re in a Panic 1616i 946-4702 Curt Holliday Owner 131 E. State Street Traverse City, IVII 49684 Buncen KI THANK-YOU for your support Class of '83 2 locations if 1054 East Front if 3999 N U5 315outn Congratulations 1983 Graduates from ET CETERA Speoohztng in ear piercing, costume ond feotherjewlery, paintings, ond crafts. tn the Arcade 140 5 Front ,f 2 IW GI IW Q y S IE It I p JI 0 W K 66161947-8068 W' QI" bl I V x CAPITAL BUSINESS SERVICE Q I xv I5 S IL I? I 0 In IL 5 Accounting 6 Tox work I 346 E Front VI Gordon 1 Pntcnord - 2 ue F W B Ch and Specialty Food no..-s.L1o An-lo Pu' , 5... iz me PN 232 52454 875 E. Front at Peninsula Traverse City, Ml 49684 947-1824 Larry Moore Tro verse Oty, Ml U O Town Kid STUII Apparel 1 Aneosaoriu I Toys 0 418 S. Union 0 941.0410 Arr supphes Hunr Speedball 1 Q 0 Y . W f m int . -. . 1 D t HQQIDS lnff Weber Cosrello ' DEcORA7,NG CEAI7-ER Il' LITY Arrendanr on dufy or 322 S0 UNION all rimes TRAVERSECITY Ml 49684 o4C5.3450 616-947 1312 'FRS Homeonm lnqny Quarry Food sfnce 7938 2 locarfons down rown Fronr Sr ling, Northern rvlirchig 102 Srudenr dfscounf on all arf supplies Granvbacher arr supplfes Eberhard Faber Easels and Exacro yi if - - O x Z-9 K 5 vs.:I' ff? 2.5 1 514 X 143.1 ,ff cTrImmcr's CHair' cgtyling Shear Cars pernvs and Curhng fron sryles for men and women dosed Sunday and Monday 7'uesday-Frida y CQ-OO-9009 Sarurday CQ-OO-5-OO? Ca!! for appofnrmenrs Q46-3392 ry Thompson and Debby" ' sh W fhQlf worlf faq? ' I .-s, ,, Q.. .L 4 I 'N .5 ACA UUUUUUUUU I'I'IT I. I ll Ill I l ' - EE I R SERS QELQQE? omono Cao ON RUST I H' 946-5066 Wikle s Harley-Davidson T I E3 E51 5 5 - F551 E5 I IIIIIIIIIIIBXXXXXXXXXXX X ,4- ii i i I.'. .'I. l. m.. i '. . PARK PLACE HOTEL Traverse City Michigan 49684 M'ch. Toll-Free 1-800-632-1702 Out of State 616-946-5000 Complete Conference Facilities Indoor Pool Sauna Jacuzzi and Exercise Room Limousine Service Top of the Park Gourmet Tableside Dinners Main Dining Room A Superb Family Restaurant OPERATED BY PARK PLACE MOTOR INN INC for hlk WEIGHT WATCHERS 222 E . 965 :IG 63 LSZWSZM POTATO CHIPS b NORTHERN SUPPLY CO P O Box 322 Traverse Ory Michigan 9 7-OO ,L 947-4920 vm s Wa A lk .JW Parlor Lounge Food 8K Spirits L 1 Zfwdwaa EASTFIELD SHOPPING CENTER I I I6 EAST EIGHTH ST TRAVERSE CITV MICH PHONE 946-4190 O Canterbury Reading Clinic 862 Easr 8rh Srreer Traverse Ory, Mich Services rhroughaur rhe year for all ages 947-5592 'am Oass of 8.3! .Beverage B.EE R llylllflg Kenneth Gordon Southwick Gordon ofPh!ladelphla Sero H. Borenstein Gleneagles Cricketeer Burberrys Jason Younger Trafalgar Non-nan Cole-Haan Mujer Waterford Pendleton Aynsly Authentic of England Royal Worchester Alan Paine Beleek Flair Harbor Howard Mlller Clocks Byford Super-lor Corbin Quallty Mills F.A. MacClure-Vfyella Robert Talbott lllllllllRll'S 'VN OLD TOWN" 408 5 Unian Sr Pizza special everyday for lunch Over 35 varieries of submarines 6 9 sandwiches, plus burgers, A A fries 6 - Soup and Salad bar Brealsfasr served Man. -Thurs. 946-1280 Dine ln Carry Our Mon-Thurs 7 arn.-10 pfn. Fn'-Sai' 7 ani.-72 rnidnighr Sunday 4 pm.-70 pm. 'The beginning of a Tradition? daily Front 946 2020 P Ymlxs jim Paul A. Jacobs llblawm CHF- Ml- 4965.4 mlm 947-222i - C 84 S LANDSCAPING RESIDENTIAIJCOMMERCIAL Lawn mmnremmcs s. ssnvicz SOD G SEEDING mess a. sunuss, svensaesns ozcx, vlmos. wluxs. wuts ALL WORK SUPERVISED BY ian, OAK on MICPNGAN STATE UNIV GRADUATE OF LANDSCAPE I NURSERY MANAGEMENT wmldmmwwdk. CDE1 Senior Porrrair Specialsrs 542 Maple Srreer Traverse Grv Mi 496534 94a-7392 W' l ' If Lesie Dunlsle and Hearher McKenzie assisr Mrs mQ parenr exchange clay, f 4 - "ai" - 7 Beach. Hous Motor Lodge 200 Fr Privare beach 24 hour oirecr dal phones Cable color TV All rooms lalse-sio'e 7489 U5 30 Norrh Traverse Orv Mi 49oc34 "Congrarularions ro our Seniors. " TOMS Fooo MARKET Scarf Loveland AMILY CENT Eric Maxson Sre ve Dalzell lan McKenzie Sreve Elsworrh Greg Whireforo' Kevin Oarley Lee Howard Kurr Johnson Tom Bergklnr Rick Noble Scorr Powell Dan Neslsy Craig Hebing Dave Gore Marr Hardy , THE COMPIEYE MUSIC SYORE KEYBOARD GALLERY BBICIWTI1 8 Q l PIANOS 81 ORGANS AIVAREZ 8. YAMAHA GUITARS, AMPS L-I HARMONICAS, SHEET MUSIC 81 LESSONS BAND INSTRUMENT, PIANO, 81 ORGAN REPAIR 81 SERVICE PHONE 1 I " ." O- II -5 ,ax lg 1197 W. Saurh Airparr across from Crverryfand ma!! Traverse Ory gx 45 Hrve shops Irv , roxs 'H' fi, G Chrrware Carvfraffed dw camfarr Ample, free, ffghfed parlvrzg, Monday-Sarurday 10-O Sunday noon-5 O ' ' ChQf I' YIG ITKI use-:soo scum Amon m, A1 annum, fnvnsl an and ' Chgo fr our 'IB EQQfi, 1, Pafnrmg I6 762 Q47-2557 Wafbaperfrug BURDCO SERVICE 779 Waadmere Ave. Traverse Ury, M! 40684 Exdusfvely Yaurs Narrhern Mfchfgarvs arvly ma!! Congratulations Class of '83 GU YOT' HICKS ANDERSON INSURANCE 118 S Umon 749 E ffOf7f for All 336East FrontSt.x-ect Jr Suze Foshnons Qccoslons 9461 "',62"' Sewcity' 123729668604 SPFE DEE P""VT Congratulations JEFFNASH Ju IG Traverse Cnty Ml49684 Clossmotes of 83 h 5 49684 from Sfeve and Ahce Beeker V 1 CGNGRATULATICDNS GRADUATES from GRAND TRAVERSE AREA AUTOMOBILE ASSCJCIATICDN Br!! Marsh Buick Cher Swaasarv Sales Dean s Aura 6 Camper Sales Grarva' Traverse Aura C amparv y Jerry Bare s Aura 6 Camper Sales Jashn Che vraler Les I-larch Parvrrac M J Maarvrash 6 Campaa y Tayara af Traverse Ury Traverse Ory Darsurv 6- Valva Traverse Marars lac Wares Auramaalle Sales WC B!ana0a Aura 6 R V Sales Narrh Caunrry Marars CD Why Pay Mare? 3955 N. U5 31 Saurh 877 Bay Traverse Ofy, Michigan 49684 0 Q41-5707 Q M QEQGNERS A? Cangrafularfans Class of '83 You can Caunr on Sears far credzf when you need fr! Cherryland M all Custom made bg jamie gketwood fDmpes 91mm Qntenions bg Qeame QIPHSIEIKQ QPPCHJQIIPS foley Q47-was 3573 Q. gfoag gfabr CDI UIUVRIM Cllg. Jll. 49684 New - qu O - 4 Okie: Loans bg Jppt, x + fx xoiifli C..LOQE:E5 of 3. Ib. 33 Eff! Good K Hove o Hrsr-rare senfor ear L and Q ri f '- we' HCME HEATING E1 INSULATION CO. Q46-06 70 yfwkri- . , , nv naar r-f I , T aw' , -'kj nn-vw 1 -'rf V f.-J 4 in Q . Congrorulorions fo rhe C1055 of '83 JEANS Fronr Row C enrer 941-5450 :Viv Joe Nefhordr wins rhe long jumfgBenron Harbor. I X- , Q' -:..I'S I Nur, F I .1-. . ,II, IIIIIIIIIIIII YIIIIII .MTV SCHILLING M PHOTOGFIAPHYLTD 0 Seven cvsrfrfcrfve rooms for meerfngs porrfes 6 242 1,2 EAST FRONT STREET groups TRAVERSECITY, MICHIGAN 49684 The Crcai Lakes Stca Gorheld or Cherryfond Mo!! Traverse Gry Q47 3434 k Co I616I941-4140 . 1 L 1 PINES FRIENDS: - Mr. ond Mrs. Pere Dendrfnos - Mr. ond Mrs. Tuclfer - Ben' Mlgenhof - Don ond Erno Shoff PROFESSIONALS: Dr. W Adserrnon, DDS Thomos R. Alword Dr. John R. Borrone George W Beeby Donold C Coulrer Chorlorre M. Crowforof DSN Roberr Crowford Mlhom J Cunnlnghorn Mlhofn M. Dovlson Dr. Rondy Dlener Dr. ond Mrs. N. Currls Force Docrors Froser ond Bonnow Dr. N Fred ond W Lee, DDS Dr. Kelrh S. Kromer Dr. Phlhp Mlslse Dr. ond Mrs. Jomes l. Mudgefr Dr. ond Mrs. Don A. Good Dr. Rooerr Gould DDS Dr. ond Mrs. Jonorhon Gregory Rlthord Allen Grifhn Dr. John l-loyes Wolrer J Holhs, DDS Henry C Johnson, DDS Dr. Jomes R. Johnson, DO Rlthord L. Johnson, DDS Dr. Wendell Kirchln Dr. Srephen Kozellso, DDS Dr. Schled Dr. Mlhorn Schnurr, DO Dr. ond Mrs. Rfchord B. Seidel Fronls X. Shumslsy lll CPA, PC Dr. ond Mrs. Jomes J Slrnons r 1 PA TR ONS PROFESSIONALS Frederick Muenchlnger and Mrs Denron Nekon and Mrs Mllfam E Nowak James and Rev Joanne Parsha!! Richard L Pascoe Dr Roo Porrenga Terrence J Raven Terry C Rogers BUSINESSES Andrew Kan Travel Service Aspen Producrs Company Bfrrles and Okon Archfrecrs PC Boyds Sewfng Cenrer Carkon s of Lefand Chfford Merrfck Norrhwood Kfrchens Cherryfand Chfropracrfc Cenrre Exo Morors Grand Traverse Osreoparhfc lnrerna! Medlane PC Kosmerfkos Learhers by Davfd Losr Arr Rug BTOIUOQ and Yarn Shoppe Marys Funhouse Gffrs and Goodes Paul L Russell MD PC Roberr A Sreadman Dr and Mrs G Edward Srokes Dr L G Thompson Dr and Mrs John VanDaBon Gfnnf and Eric Zmmerman Marrhew C Salon MD Meach Cfeaners Mickey s Manrle Rck Mcker lmporrs Red Mx!! Lumber Reynolds Hanson Schmuckal Of! Co Schworm Grave! Inc Swelrzers Famffy Resrauranr Traverse Anesrhesfa Assocfares PC TC Family Medcaf and Menra! Healrh Clfnfc PC Vorruba Learher Goods Co Ward Eoron Mldwood Lanes MCC ohne!! C onsufrfng ZTTVCO MOFPOQGVNGFPF Dr. ' ' - A I I Dr, . .. l Dr. A ' ' U - I l u Dr. , - 4 I ' Dr. T . - . J The Bahnhof Ski Shop, Lrd - The Mffre BOX THOMAS CLARK SEPTEMBER 72 7965 FEBRUARY 792 7983 There IS o voice rhor echoes deep wfrhfh Your losr spoken words There IS o pfcrure corveo' fh our heorrs Of you loughfhg oho' WVIDQ John Glberrsoh lefr Us h o bcydefco occdehr o A gusr 7o 1 O Srudenr Deorh Before I-hgh School - I I f r f ru U , 98 . 2 F h C7055 f '53 l UR T NQLLER SEPTEMBER 23 7965 FEBRUARY 79 7983 There I5 a sang rhar plays ah Of haw we wil meer again There ILS a s17ehCe rhar hhgers here af aur Separare memories af rhe rfrhes we have shared - Gena KIDQ hC! f832 IN MEMQR Y OE DOUG DUT!-IAMP DECEMBER 25 7964 OCTQBER QQ 7987 EN l TO Ace Hardware .... A La Carre ....,. Amela Bloomer . . . American Red Cross Ar Home Arhleref TC Gym ........... Babel 8 Buchbinder Balloon Peddlers . . . AD VER TlSERS' INDEX ...222 ...222 .....238 ...238 .....220 ....222 .....238 Bay Area OZCITCG Supply . .220 Bay Tool ........ Beach Haus ...... Beeker .......... 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Zmmerman Landscaping 232 233 232 221 234 240 23 1 . 229 . 236 238 235 228 221 233 . 224 221 230 220 241 240 234 241 238 230 236 240 228 233 234 230 235 234 229 12 Madn- Council Orchesrra 9, 10 11 12- Girls Benrley Leader- E Key 9- Tracls 10, Honor 9 10 11 Cub in a 12, Track 9 WQHU, 9 MOfChl17Q 12- Nahonal Honor Choir Comrnendadon 12- Q 161 12- Talenr Show Musical 11 Honor Key Q 10 JULIE ,AAUlJas- Soccer Q Core councfi 11 12. N0rfOm1H0AQr 11' 12 Scholasric Honor Key 9, Talenr '- 'X x. ' 11 12. , 1 XXX -- ik V .. lv 1 ,I . 7 ' L - ' 5OffbOll Q 11 12 Pe 10 11 12. , 9 10- Srudenr CB Choir Concerr Band JEFF 248 Senior Acrivifies SHERR Y DRINK- Q 10, 11 6 10 11- Musical KHnians on rh Roof? 1 12, Junior represenrarive for by Adrninfsrrarion for ar NMQ Two year music camp ar Michigan Srare Choir 12- Choral Aires 1 12, Girls 11- Scholasnc Show Chrsr Place in Graphic Arrs 11 12. denr Pep Debare Key 9. U Gold gg 11 12 Hag 7-TAT HAGUE Volleyball 10 Track 10 Q. Oofboff Q 5051490011 o RICK D FULLER Track 10 11 12 Concerr jrudenr COUUCIY Q- Debofe 1Q 11 121 Pep 00067 9 10 11 12 MOfCh109 50067 9 70 77 Club Q Drama Gub 11- Play Producrions 10, 12 from Dfw 10 11 12 12, Musical 10 12- Model UN 12. JONES 10- Drama Ing Key Baskerball Q- Skiing Q- Swim- 1Q- Pep Gub 10. - Choir Q- Hog Corp Q Sociery 11- Pep Gub1Q 11 12 10, 11 12- Play Producrions 10, 11 10 11 12- Warchbird Q, Scholasric Key Q. KING - Trainer CGM Trackj 111 Pep C0055 Coordnoror in junior ' Sand Chairman in sophomore yearl, , , XVRBL 12- Mnes CPaneLs in junior V jf in senior year? 11 12- Volu, e in Prevenrion Probarion 11 12- POQQ -ey- menr Explorarory Posr 11 Ski Club 10- Scholasric Honor .,,.'- Q . 5 X x 1 1 F77 p el X 7 jc + L 145121115 KING - Treble .,,:1 ' - phonic Choir 9, Congerr Chaim Conros 11, 12, ConcerR'Dand Q - 1- semble 12- Marching Band 9, 10 " Concerr Band Q- Orchesrra 9 10,321 Symphony 10, 11 12- Symphony-05113 ,-,,--- 1 Trqan Brass 10, 11 12- Drama Club 12- 3 cal fl-7nion 3 and l-iddler on rhe Roof! 11312- Talenr Show 12- Young Afflliffi 11- Musk .-5. Senior Acriviries 249 er Scholarshp 11- 'mcr sem '11 112- Srare So and 'iv 1901 Q JS' an 151.5 12 MON!!'Q9E,:f lgh "A KROUPA Core Counc17 Q- , 'I r fe' 414157, f fy l W I wc, 5 e l"'r-v:'f4,' 0' ,j1,llqlf,3f.ff:.1,?jiQLg,gE,+ , ne, 1v,1:. - 'yyi 1"'z'4f5 95 ISZMYC. Y , 4 f ' fl ff , if ANNE KUCERA L leadng 10, 11 Srudenr Honor Key Q JOAN KUNDRA TA - Track 10, 11- Srudenr Council Q- Sociery 11 12- Scholosric 12- Talenr Show 12, SIU 12 10 11 11 12, L NK 40' 1 Gecre Hon- 1 P905 Q- 1Q,.f,, al Honor JANL7' Producdons dler on rhe 12' NO' RODERTPAGE - df fa- Black 12, Scholasrlc Hono ey Q- Co-op Hgh Yearbook KG eral Managerj 10 Musical 10 Y PARKES - Baskerball Q- Q- Graphic Arrs Uub Q- Pep PEASLEY Cho1r10 11 12 11 12 Drama Club Q 10 Play Pr Honor Socfery 1, Q 10 9: MICHELLE 1,. .1o'NA5 11 12- Nanonal Conferencejn Track ence in Foorball 11 12- Courr 10 11 12- Band 9 1 2- M ' - rhe Roo0 11 12, Scholas- 10, 11. CConcerrJQ 10 ,1 -' FourJ Q Nadonal usical 5Hnian 5 Rain Trock 10. Q- Concerr Q 10, 11 Key Q Ozz Parrol Sym- Q 10,- Q 10 Q- Ju- Tolenr 12 Skhng danan 12. Q- All- 12 and Q 10, Club 10- Play rhe KELL Y OLMAN Oub 10, 11 12, MN MCKHVZE - Drama Oub 11 12- Play 250 Senfor Acrlvfrfes and cosrumes on make-up N 11 72 High - Rowing VT' Choir Softball 12. TODD SPRINGER - Wresrhng 9, 10 11 12' Marching Bond Q- STACEY STACHMK - JERRI STHNEBACH - PAUL STEVENS - Tennb 9, 10, 12- hrromurok 9 JOHN ouncfl Q. Honor - Choir 15ymphonic 310, 11 12,- Modrigols Q- Cho- 12,- Bel Conros 10,- Closs OfHcer Q- Norfono! Honor .Sociery 10, 11- 10,- Musica! fLeod In Hnionk Rofn- Hddler on rhe Roof! 10, 11 12- 9 10- Tolenr Show 9 9, 10. - Pep Club 10. Show 12 fox sfudefir 10 Hoclfe y - Sofrboll Q Concerr Bond Q 10 11 12 12 Trcyon Brass 10 Honor Socfery Q. VER T - Pep Gob 10, Worchbird AMYSTITES - Senior Acriviries 251 Board of Education Dr Vernon Oxender A Saperlnlendenf Dr Rlchard Aynng - Phnclpal Dowd Dye W Assxsranr Pnnclpal Waldo Kearrng - Assasranl Prlncpal School Board Members Terrance Abbey Jeanerle J Arrudon R1chard C Euenoch Vhomas G Power Wayne D Slreen J Terrell Helen M KGreraJ Wllcax Counselors Ralph Bradley Larry Burns Danna Dodd Jerry Gena Maxine MacJnnD Wrgrl Pampu Llnda Walrers Certified Staff Bernard Ackerman, MA Charles A1Lswar1h, MS Davrd Allen, MA James AndefS0n. MD Nancy Ayres, DS. llenza Azzana, MA Glenn Bader MA, Pamck Ueorss, MA Mary Bewalda, D5 George Boehm Dane Bam, MA, Neal Breaugh, MA Mary Clare Brldr, UA Suzanne Broolre, B5 Dwlghr Drown, MA. Sylvia Burns, MA WCM Bush, DA John CarnpbeM BME Roberr Campbell MA, Barbara Chapman, MA Jada' Clarls, MA. Barron Cornsroclf, MA Jon Consrann DA James Cralg, Educarion 5peC1alisr Rlchard Cramplon, MA Larry Dodd MA. Donald Dunsmore, MA llurh Earl MA Terrance Ebrlghh BA. Allen Hzrnga, MA, Marrha Fox, DA John Galnares, BA Alan Garwoki M5 John Gerhardf, DA Debra Gerrnaln, BA Jerry Glenn, MA Sandra Golailri DA Davld Greene, MA Joseph Halnes. MA Jan Hale, MA Garwood Hansen, MA Gary Hansen, MA Mernd Horvrrr, MA Srephen I-laasan, MA Mar11yn Handorp, MBA Eltzaberh Johns, B5 Ronald Johnson, MA Ronald Jones, B5 Barbara l-1LJld'11nson Kan, MA George Klnsman, MA rn Ed AI Kmis Nancy Koelsch John Kaschara, MA Lynn Larson. BA. J'iober1LewaI1en, BA Chnsma Lewis, MA John Laber, MEA Roberr Lobef MEA Jeff Lockman Lorna Lombard DA Maxine Machna, MA Davld Mabrrom, DA James Mamn DA Jeanerre Mason, MA Michael McManus, B5 Edwln Merchanr, M5 Parrlaa Merlcle, MA Lrzaoerh Messrrig ML5 Lynne Mover, MA RlCl'1Gld Murphy Larry Nylverls MA James Ooley, MS Mercedvras FanrPal1r16'L BA Dowd ParrLsh. MA Thomas Pasl, B5 Ann Poles Mark l3.JChOlUn, BME Jean Raaln Gad Rfley, MA James llassr. MA Lyodan 541411114-L BA Gall Scharf MA Carhleen Search, MA Duane Shugarr, MA Rooerr Srera Jlil Sloan, BA Jaan Sonnemann, MA, Diane Spe-ns Daniel irupka John Swlre, DS Laura Swrre, BA Joseph rnbeceau, MA 51444411 114441, B5 Jerry Urban, MA, Roger Werfy, MA Rlmard Werlers, MA Brenda Mrng, MACT Roger Wood MA Danlel Young Judy Znmeq MA Secretaries Barbara Decker Lenare Derln Dela Bryan Frances Dlley Mary Draper PhylZLs Johnson Anna Kohn Judfh Larson Gloays M4411 lhelrna Maas Barbara Snroeger kwa SL1rher1ond Anlra Torrey Arlene Trernaln Rurh Valode Mary LVaMng LJYIOO Wood Kitchen Personel June Anderson -- Manager Marcela Bannon Celesre Drawn Jennre E41-nan Nora Gould Barbara Harry Nancy Hurley Bessle Mdaln Mary Penny Helen Perler Danna Bchwarlz Joan iinnowleclv Custodians David Coares Loren Cabo Erner Dan-ihan - Supervlsor Ode1ia Dkey ivalrer Husron Evererr Lorcom Rlmafa Ronny James Schaua Roben Sheren Leonard Sraslnskl A1 Srrarron - Supewlsaf Michael Wallman - Supefvtsor James Ward John Youlfer Miscellaneous Leona Barnharr - Adul Ed V"91n1o Dales - Career Center Uvarles Becker - Bas Sapervsor Kefrh Chrslapher - gegufpy Mary Jane Draper W 0.51-1p1A9 Mar17yn Hams - Derenrlan Karen Mllarz - Ubrgmn Gerald Payne - Parklng Lal Norman Tfahalr - CaOp fOOl sae 114444 - School N444 SIG ACKERMAN DONALD ZANE 130, UZ 163 ACKERMAN EDWARD MARUN 1362 1-371 152 1813 ACKERMAN, KENT 102 ADAMS, GAJL AD141N5, MYRNA MICHELE 140 AESCHLWIAN, GARY ALLEN 150 AGLE TAMRA KA YE 183 AlCHLL7?, KEVIN J 7.3, 160 AKERS, DA WD 214 ALBIN CATHY LYNN 183 ALBRECHT DARREN 183 ALDRICH BARBARA 42 162 182 ALEXANDER, CAROLYN RUTH 146, 14X 183 ALEXANDER, GREG WILLIAM 50 156 ALEXANDER, MICHELE M 162 ALLARD, E VONNE MARIE 153 ALLEN CYNTHIA MARIE 102 ALLEN JENNIFER LYNN 163 ALLEN MATTHEW 163 ALLEN PAUL 163 ALPER5, ELLEN KAY 162 ALPERS JANICE 142 ALPER5, JOHN 1152 AMIDON SHERYL 180 AMSLER, SCOTT DA WD 150 ANCICK, MONICA JEAN ANDERSEM KRISTEN ANNMARE 29 59? 100, 102 ANDERSON BRADLEY W 76, 152, 150, 152 153 ANDERSON CLAYTON 183 ANDERSON DEBORAH 155, 183 ANDERSON MAVIHEWR 152, 153, 152 150 ANDERSON MlCI-IAEL 152 150 ANDRE5, ANN MARIE 183 ANKERSON THOMAS 133 ANLOAGUE SHARILYNNE 180 ANSTED, JOHN CHARLES 146, 14Q 152 160 ANTOINE CHRDTINE 153 ANTOIMS SUSAN 162 APREA, DAVID JO5EPH13o, 137 1 APREA, JAMES JOSEPH 13d 132 162 ARCHER, 5CO1T 150, 16.7 ARMS, JA VIER F 163 ARMOLIR, GREGORYLYNN 130, 148, 1442 162 ARNELL, LESLE MARGOT 26, 59, 50 ARNOLD SUSAN 180 ARPAGAU5, CHBBNNE SYL WA 134 1O? A511 JANET A51-ILEX MARK 150 ASHMAM RENEE ASJALA, GREGORY ALAN 152 153, 180 ASIALA, JONATHAN EMIL 151 183 A174016 TODD A 163 ALJGHNEX ALANA CKIRKWOODJ 180 AUGHNEWC ARLENE HVRKWOODJ 18.7 ALJLT JULIE ANNE 162 Ummef BAA rl PFTER EVANS BACHANTQ o1R1snNf MARE 144 BACON DA VID RODERI 103, 143 DALSCH CHRISTWE 140 BAGLEX JULLY LYN 14z 142 DAILEX cl-1ARL5 104, 102 142 BAILEK JM LYNN 142 DALLEY LAURIE CATHERINE 160 DAILEX RENEE MARJE 143 BAILEY SHARON ANGEL 150 DAJQ ETUC5 140 DAKER, BRMN 104, 102 142 DAKfR, sALL Y LYNND 140 DALENWNL BRADLEY JAMES 157 14:3 DALFOUR, CHRDHNE ALANE BALTZ ERlC18d DAMN DRDCE az 144 DARANEC SHANNON KA Y 144 DARDER, RONALD RICHARD 144 DARE MICHAEL DEAN 151 144 DANGER, MERL EDWARD 1 DMNER, GREGORY 144 BARLEK MELNDA 12 142 BARRAV MICHAEL ALLEN 144 UARRHI JEANN5 ANNE 144 DARRUT KEVIN 10a 144 BARBUT MELODY 144 BARRON DA VID JOSEPH 144 DARRONS, MICHAEL 5CO7'l'184 BARTONE ADAM 150 BATES, E511-JER 162 DAr.5s,5l1ELL5Y5a 104, 142 144 BALJMAN JEFFREY LYNN 120, 157 BAUMGARDNER, DEBORAH LEE 144 DAUMGARDNER, MAR15 A 140 DAZZETI DENLSE 41 40, 214 DAZZETI LLSA 25, 35 1114 DEARD, CATHERINE ANN 144 DEA TOM ANGELA JEANNE 164 DEAIJDRE 5I'1'A WN DOUGLAS BEAUDIZJE UMOTHY184 DECK, KAREN154 144 Dfacffz, CARLA MARLL' 144 Declan, awe Dfclerrr, JODI Ll 142 DECJQER, KENIYETH 142 DECKER, naofnr DAVID 144 DECKHORN PA rRaA 73 DECKMWTH LDA BECKWV71 MKNAEL 100 DECKNW771 SHEILI MARIE 154 DEDARD KMSTEN184 BEEKER, JULIE ANN 100, 142 BELCHER, lZODlV1a2 DELL, DAVID MARK 144 Dau, THOMAS BELLAN71 KIMBERLY sur 144 BELLANT LINDA 144 DELLAXM BADETTZ' MARIE 144 BELLMAN LDA MARIE DEMBEAIECK MATTHEW BENAK ANGELA 142 DENAJQ LWDA sue 142 DENBOV RoDflzr DOUGLAS 184 DENDER, MLLDSA 1 54 144 BENDICKSOM DARWIN 144 BENDICKSOM DfRlc11 140 BENDKKSON INGA 141 Damn GDEG PA THICK BERGERON 6111115 MER vw BERGERON RODNEY 163 BERGKLINT THOMAS 140 DERNHARDR MICHAEL ERIC 154, 144 BERNHARDT Pl-11I.LIP RICHARD 54, 144 D1:SA4An5 JOHNPADL on 144 DESNEATTE KATHLEEN MARIE Dlssren, ANNE MARIE 144 Dmfn, PATRICIA LYNN12 141 142 DEUTHN JANE 14:1 BEVELHYMER, SCOTT LLL BEVELHYMER, TERRYLEE184 DEYER, 5L1zADL'1l1 DEYER, KRSTFNL 104. 104 101 144 L BEYER, MICJELLE navrf cu, 05 50, 144 DICKZL SUSAN MAR1f ' BlEDERMAN BRYAN R DIGCRAFF ROGER Driucs 144 BISHOP SCOTT WAYNE 144 BBSELL, Ross XVINHELD 5Q 123 124 BITELY Dn1AN PAUL 144 DMDY DOUGLA5154 BLACK, DAVID 144 DLACKDDRN EDWARD 144, 1411 140 BLACKBLJRN MILLSSA DAWN 14:1 BLACKFORD LYNLTJVE KAY sa 140 BLACKEORD MARVIN ALAN 144 DLACKMOTZE LORI 144 BLANCHARD Ross L, DLAN11fNsH11a WANDA FAYE DLASD1, CHARLL5 142 DLASER, KERRY BLODGE772 MARK Jfrrmy 152, 150, 140 BLOUNL DANA LYNN 14:1 DLUHM, DARCY LYNN 145 BOHN, onfaonr nlcl1A11a 1411 ,141 145 DOIKE 111141141 sur 152 150, 105 001145 LLSA A105152 153, 140 BOLDI MJCNELE MARIE155 DOMDR, DAWD 114, 1112 14:1 BONEBRAKE JIZLA Ylrf 185 BONEIQ KELLY 140 I DONTER, DONALD roDD 145 V 00077-IROYD, JASON 11055152 151 145 DORGEN NM LEE1B5 DOROWICZ MAME 1 145 DORSTLER, MIC!-lf7.LE MARY 154 151 185 Dosnvlac, PETER DA VID 145 DOUCHEX GLRISTOPHER ERANC6 145 , BOUCHEX STEPHEN Lia 145 BOWEN, MAUREEN LYNNL' 145 BOXVLS, WILLIAM DJDWFLL 145 BOWMAN FLOYD 145 DRADEN RICHARD JEROME BRADX SHANNON 185 BRAGDON BRENT MARNN 165 DRAKEL, JASON 145 DRAMER, c11f11YL 144 DRAMEN, JOHN 145 DRAMMER, CHABL5 31 511 141 DRAUM Raomr 145 216 BRAUTIGAM, PATRIGQ SCOTT 1418, 1442 163 BRAZEE CARLTON TODD 163 , BREAUGI-1 MICHELLE MARIE GZ 165 DRHTHALJPZ KENNETH 156, 185 BRENHAUP72 NATALJE ANN 52 134, 150, BRETTHAUPTL 'UNO 165 DTKHT STEVEN JOHN 116, 119, 164 DREWER, STACY ELLEN BREYER, AWEE DAWN 164, 286 BRIDGE, MATTHEW 43, 185 BRIDSOM LAURIE ANN 164 DRIGHI COLETTE M 104 DIZIGHI MIG-ELE M 154, 155, 214 DRINK, EDIT?-IA ANN 164 BRLSSOM JOSEPH VIQTOR 118, 1152 155 BRLSTOL, ANITA 165 BRISTOL. STAMLE Y 164 BRITTOM SUSAN ELEANOB 164 151 160 OUR DIRECTORY . OUR DIRECTORY . . OUR DIRECTORY . 252 LVXOALR AMY 165 DROYFIRS. PAYREK A 715, 11-2' 16-1 BROWN BEVERLY 180 BROWN DARREN READHL 152 1155 BROWN LINDA 5HRLfY 165 DROWN MICHAEL WAY!! CVIOXVN PATRICA MFHAEL LSQ 18.5 BROWN ROBERT BRENT 150. 165 BROWN RODAEYURITT 185 BROWN RONALD L52 153, 164 BROWN TIMOYHP 157 UROWNELL UAAEKAYE 185 DROWNSCW MSOLF EUZABUH 165 DRLNAUQY Al'D'ifA LYMV 12Q 121 165 URUNETTE VALEPE 164 BRUST MFRL FRHlERlCK,fWA1'L' 73. 105 DRYAN, KATHEEN PATRICIA 185 BRYAN KEMZTHJAMD 10-1 BRYAN ROBERT DRYAN RUSSELL WLLIAM 185 BRYAN STEPFEN 165 DRZHNSKL CYN77-IAIW MARK DLKK. EUGENA 765 DUCK IAN AMI DLDAY .EFFRE7 104 LIFE MELSSA 185 DLLL, DANV 160 DUN SJZADETNK U-I Bo DLIZUAAIN, CADY AM: DUICIN LEW5 164 DUIDII DEDCRAH LYAN 160 DLRGAN MAITENL' WFNDELL DUXGESS TODD 160 LJLRKE MU-IAEL PATRICK 160 LELRKHJLDER DAVDM 160 , KELLY 150 151 io! 161 DUWESTER, .COIJJ 54 150 151 BURNS AMY 150 DLRA5 KJ-N G-R5TO0lfR T32 LJURI6 KP GREGORY DLS-L AMY 160 DLBH LUIENA 160 BUTLER, ORLSTOPPUT ALAN Ido DU7'LH1 SLIRYL ANV bd 01.177701 CYNTHA RDS 60 236 DYE REFEIANNINE L12 104 College CADMU5. .UI 180 CADY, TRACY LYNN CAGGIAAO, LEFERSY SCOTI' CAN MAV77-UL' L52 150 180 CAIU6 OHDTNY155 186 CARNS, TPOMAS CADMS IWOVHY Ido CARN5 TOM 166 CALDWELL, ALAN HMVEY H7 CALDWELL, G-NSTOWER DOLVEN Q2 160 O'-LDWEIL ROBERT LEE' IV 122 160 CALDLVHL, STACY AM 160 CALKN5. LTFREY ALLAN U7 104 CALLAG-MN MICHAEL JO:6'9-I 160 CALLAGHAN UMOTHY PATRICK 1.50 CALVARY KARIN Su! 780 CAMPBELL CAAOACE SUE 156 CAMPBELL GREGRY ALAN CAMUDHL, AL 34 104 CAMPEAU USA M 160 CAMPHM RICHARD J CAIWOV. SHAWN D066 160 CAPETITCN DHJRA A CARDOIIAU KARLA CARLXN MIG-ELLE 4.1 166 CARLSON GRIGORY MVA YNE 186 CARNAHAN KELLYJAPE 166 CAROZZA, MARY RUTH 164 CARFDITER, MELBSA 16-1 CARPENTER, THOMAS 180 CARREALLS, DIANA 164 CARTER URIANF 156, 160 CARVER, ROBIN CASCAGMTR JODY JAMES CASE DOUGLAS bd CASEDEER, EDWARD ALLEN 150, 160 CASS, TRACY ANNE CASTLLQ IITIGA R 164 CASVOR, DANIEL ALLEN CAIAUK JACOUELINESUE 186 CATGC RFNEI C CENIILL DAWN MICLELLE 214 CERMAK BARBARA 186 CHAIJHC NAOMI C 166 GIALLENDER, MAR-'L YN 160 CHALLEADER, PERRY J 164 CHALLENDER, RODNE Y CHALLEIIDER, ROY 91 CHAMDERLAW DRIAN 180 CHAMDERLAN RAMJALL 10.5 CHAMR MICHFLE MARIE CHANDLER, KEVIN 165 CHAPPELL, GORDON JAMES 125, 1242 180 CHILE MATTI-EW JOSEPH CHILE SCOTT HMOTHY 144, 145, 180 CHIRCUR BRENDA DAY 105 CHLSHOLM4 KWDERLY ANN 136 CHOUWARD, BRETT 152 150, 105 CI-IRESTEIKGLW CHRISTOPHHI 150 CWKESTEALSEN MARY JO 150, 157, 166 CHRISNAM STEWART A CHRLSTOPHER, CHLRYL KAY 160 CHRLSTOPHER, KATHLEEN RAE 34, 105 CHRITZ ANNE MARIE 187 CHURCH DAVID MICHAEL 187 CHURCH, ELLIOYT 157 CIESLIK, DEBRA ANNE 157 CBLIK WILLIAM THADDEU5 167 DALZELL, STEVEN 160 DALZELL, SUSAN 166 DANET MARCEL STEVEN DANE NICOLE' STEFANIE 154, 185 DANEL, IRACEY 166 DANELS, DANIELLE RENEE 15Ll 151, 100 DANIELS, ERIC JON 100 DANKERF GEOFFRLY WADE JH, 188 DARDYSI-:IRE JAMIE LYNN 18 DARGA. DAWN 160 DARROV CHRLSUNA KAY 186 DASH DARRIN C DA VID. TERRY LINN IR 160 DA VIDSON, G PFIER 146, 149, 151 214 EGELER, JULI CARLEEN 166 El-IRENBERGER, SCO77 160, 217 ELSENACIL AMY JO 160 EBNER, JAMES MICHAEL II 144, 145, 189 ELSNfR, WADE 01 150 ELDRIDGE CAROL LYNN 169 ELENDAAS, RONDA SUE 180 ELLIOIT DOUGLAS 100 ELLIOTT, JON 116, 1142 MQ 141 159 ELLIOTT LYNNE 189 ELLIOTT RONALD THOMAS 100 ELL5. KAROL 190 ELL5, KLARE 190 ELLLS, TAMARA JANE 190 CLANCFK DOUGLAS MARC 1-10, 141 CLARK, BRENDA CLARK, CLARK. CLARK, CLARK CLARA, CLARK, BRUCE 105 DAVID ERNEST W, 157 HAROLD 765 JOHN IA Y 183. 187 KEVIN LEE 187 PAUL 150, 167 CLARA, ROSS CLARK, THOMAS 1264 120, 165 CLARKE BRIAN 105 CLARKE KEVIN 152 153, 152 157 CLASSENS, ANM' MARIE 187 CLAWSON, PATRICIA 105 C7.EMfNL RCOERI 167 CLEMLNK SNERRY 28 85, 167 CLEMENI' TERRY 25, 167 CLNGAN, DRADFORD 7? 165 CLOU5. ANN 187 CLOUSE STEVEN 167 CLUVF LIADA J 10.5 COA75, DECKYJO 105 COATS, DANIEL P 156, 167 COD0, MICHELLE 5 167 COE. 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SCHMIDR NANCY 28, BQ 170 SCHMIDK WA YNE ANDREW I5Z 207 SCHNEIDER, DANIEL 176 SCI-INEDER, DA VID 5cHOML26n6fI2, PAUL GERAIZD 207 SCHOONMAKEA, AMY I76 SCI-INAMM, LISA 150 ISL 154 207 SCHRAMM4 UMOTHY 131 SCHAOEDER, DEBORAH ANN 170 5CHr2oErfrc, DARDARA 176 SCHROUDER, THOAM5 D, 5010136711 DANA ABLE 207 SCHUG DENLSE GAY BQ 207 SCI-rua KEMNFTH ALAN 5CHuLEn, Km ELZADFI7-I 207 SCHUL TZ 12005111 CHARLES 151 5cHu1ALL, Icmnf LYNN 207 QCOZWARM, SCOTT 10:1 118, HQ 122 14a 141 .SGIWERI L1nA0Y5CoTr 150, 207 SCHWIND, GERDA JOHANNA 176 5C7'fWlND IEROML' f0xvAn0 207 SCHWORM, COLIN 207 56077, CHEN YL 170 SCOTI OIRETINE 207 5COTT DANIEL 207 S6071 JODI 207 SCOII 11005111 BWLLMM 207 56011 srevm DOUGLAS 207 SEEKAMR WILLMM 207 SEEIIK RANDY JAM55 SEELEY Roomr EDWARD 151 207 SEVEN GABRIELLE LAURA 207 SEISERI GA1 99 SELKIRK, CHARLENE 181 SELLKE SUSAN MARIE 207 SERCHEN LISA MARIE 207 sm WA, M1145 DANIEL 207 SEYKA, nmorw IAM5 207 SPIAFE BRADLEY 54, 170 5HAf7fYAN LOI1! ANN 207 5HAnNovf5KL KAREN 207 SHAIIR srfvm A 207 ,SHAUQ Mfcwmf 7U I SHAW CAMPDHL 1210 141 208 SHAW SUSAN GAIL 206 SHEAAHI, JULIE 200 SHEFFER, KR5 128 208 snffrfn, RICKY 200 snfrrfn, SCOTTLEE ITZ 176 SHSLDON SHARON aa 206 SHELLER, MARY PA rmoA 150 151 Q05 SHEPAAD, SUSAN 05 208 SHMUEANLALI msc 0,1 50 54, 170 SHIMEU E000 562 70 170 - 5HlNfi GEORGE 5HIPPfn 6EORGf'208 SHIPPf5f noofnr 200 , SHOOYNEK ELLEN SHONI Kmofmy ANNETT5 208 SHOSKEX AMY ELQADEHI 5Ho5rAK JONI HJERKIIGJ SHRIHQ KA THR YN MARIE SHZILTZ JAMES BARRY SHLIMSKY, FRANK XAVIE11 IV 54. 208, 237 5I-MLER, MARK 208 , 51-IUIZER, RONALD 4.1 120, 129, 206 SIDDALL. D MARK 176 SIDDALI, .SHANNON KAY 20, 1541 151 206 sfsfrmr DOUGLAS ALAN Slfvffli DANIEL 152 151 1571 206 SIKA, noafnr SIKORSKL ANDREA MARIE 200 SIKORSM KELL Y 208 , SIMONG, JOSEPH FAANCLS SINEWA Y, Cl-IIZISTOPI-IH? L 208 SINEWAX LAURIE ANNf 176 SIMWA K VICTOR LEE 206 5KfNDZEL, KATHRYN ANNE 120, 12Z 138. UQ 17 SKENOZEL, RICHARD ADAM26, QQ 205 SKIDOWSKL DAWD TIZ 176 SKILE5 LEYIZ' ANN SKINNER, ALLEN WAYNE 208 SKIVER, DEAN 206 SKOGEN AW VLIA KA rHfmNA 206 SKIAZYPCZAK, NORMAN RICHARD In 206 SLABY 141151045 MARIE 776 SLADFK, DOUGLAS Io55PN 206 SLEDEII, KA rf-JY 34, 200 SLEEPER, VIRGINIA 206 SLEPIOYA, DEUOIIAH 206 SMANI Juni L YNN 208 SMELTZER, DODDIE SMIDK DAVID R 123 12Q 170 SMIII-I ALAN D112 170 SMITH ALLLSON Lfsuf SMIIH BRENDA 1242 121 141 177 SMITH SMITH SMITH, SMITH cnfrm LYNNE 206 DANIEL DAWD 1301206 HOUSTON IOSEPH 208' JAMES 208 QUR DRECTORY - OUR DIRECTORY . . OUR DIRECTORY . SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH .WITH SMITH. SMITH SMITH SMITH SMITH 5MlTH SMITH KAREN MAR! 177 KLRT 206 LALRFLEE VPC! YH 150,151,206 LBA AMI 206 LORI LYMV 177 PAMELA JAM' 206 PATRICK PQS PRBCILA AIWN ZH RAIYDALL LJRAMJT 116, HQ 177 RCGEMARE 5I'fLLE Y RUTH 208 STEPLIN A 177 TWOTHY O7 TIMOTHY PAM 724, 125. 209 YVETTE 209 SROW. LINDA J 209 SNOW IWCHAEL 5EAN2O0 SNYDLR, LUAME' 209 mmm LUCPNDA MAE 200 svmm, RSREELYN 177 saw, RICOINDA 747 177 SOLTYS. TAMMI LYMI N SGMERQ LALIIA 209 SOMERS, MANY LYMNF mv sommmftm SCOTT Les 209 sownfnrna srrvs TBOMAS SCWIMURVLLE CYMANTHA 102 sowumvui IfArI.m 150 151 200 5Ol'i'LALRA oe, uv 200 501-vet 5TEPIfN Roomr 200 SCXPLMANI mum I'sArLe7z 10-I 214 SOFER. ON sopm. AKHAEL SCYXNA, BETH 200 SOSYNSKI SUSAN -wv 209 SVARKS, mfr LEA 200 52545 DAVD WAYINE 200 sncrn, IANA Lmv 200 SUICER, TODO smsm SAMANDM ALICE 2047 smwcioms row srzvfn sRnmm,rO0o11z144,14i177220 sPr:NasrE4D DRMN 117 217 500115, PAMELA .ov OJ, L13 209 srrtnnf ELLZNM 200 mon: CAROL YN Rose 200 smeue, LOU!-E LAROUJ STACHWY MARK 200 STACHNIK STACEY177 STACY JACOLEUQ' sac 209 STAFFORD SCOTT 209 STAMEY MOMCA Am smw DAVD STEDMAN GERALD WLUAM 200 57556 O-msru' Law 177 srms Onsrm Ofnn 200 srffrs, MDEILE 200 STEVE ROGER 200 51'EcaNGA MOLLY 209 216 smwouwm, ICR5TlN15LT 151 m' smv SUSAN MARIE 2047 515112112161-L 05005 177 SIDQJAOL LRRI KAY 777 STDQDACH 9-mRY 209 smvonn-I LETER WLLIAM 123, 2047 STEPFKN DAVD11611Q wa 1-11 2047 srmfm Rfvw 177 SIHRNAMAN fom HAROLD 209 STUZNAMAM KATHEEV MAL' 209 srmm srmffv RO55 209 smfn LCFJ 777 srfvsns, Lfmmf MA Y 209 srfvm DALIL MA1'1mv eq 177 SIEVENS, vrrmr LEE 200 srfwmz ,om WESLEY smvnnl KLMDERLYAMV 124 127 1:13. SMDADGL ow EARL JR 51115 AMY Lei 177 510001501 BRIAN KHTH sronis, RIAIORDA LALIRELL 209 51OLL ALI5oN HELMEL 150 151 214 HOLL, MER CYRL Jo 31 177 VOPPA, KEMETH 209 STOWA, PERRY .15 175, 152 159 In STRANG lws5fL EUGENE 177 SIRANG, WAYNE 209 smAssfR, THOMA5 2017 5mALI5L'n, cxmuzw ANNE 210 srmckm, IACOLIELINEL 177 srnmm, MELISSA ANN 210 ,WTUCKLARQ Gmrovnfn Iff 270 SIROHM, DEM45 217 STRONG 5Corr MICHAEL 270 51120015 GBLSTOPHER 11005111 210 STUDBLEIILQ KARA 210 51104 JASON 177 SUCHOSKI JONPAUL 151 210 5UCHO5KL MATH-IEW JOSEPH 210 SLIUVAN LOR1 Am SULLIVAN MICHAH I 210 SUTTW, CAROL LEE 177 svfc CLARLD QQ 177 210 SVIC TIMOIHYA 777 SWANSIROM, PATRICK LAIRD SWARTOUT IAM55 JOHN SWEENEY CRAIG PATRICK 52 175, 778 SWEEMY MICHAEL Ja 50 146, MQ 778 SWETZER, SUSAN LYNNE 176 SWBHER, RAYMOND 270 SWITALA, BRIAN EGAN 270 SNWTALA, KELLY 270 SWOGGER, AUDREY 175 Tubular 1ADAcKMAN NOA KA mIN 101 210 TALBOTT WLLMM TANK, Lawnffn LLAII TAYLOR, ANDREA 5 104, 2727 TAYLOR, O-IRBTOPHER I 210 TA YLOR, GARY I 210 TAYLOR, KAREN 178 rem, JAMES CARL I 270 TERWANT, JANET 150 151, 210 TERDAL, SOMA 210 rfnhwa IODY ELLZABETH 776 TERWLLLIGER, Jfrmsv s1uARr THAYER, ERIC DONALD nm, THOMAS 40, 178 THEY., TIMOTHY 210 THRLBY ED 20 THOMAS, ANRIONY Roafnr THOMAS, JAMES THOMAS, MYRA THOMAS, PATRICIA sue 178 1HOMA5, RODLTZTL 11-IOMFSON LLSA MARIE THOMPSON MICI-MEL I 270 THOMPSON MICHELE LYNN 775 THOMPSON RHONDA L 75CL 151 210 TTKWMPSON ROOERT I-ENRY 2727 IHOMPSON rLRRYA 775, 200 THORPE ANTHONY RICHARD 57 128, 72Q 176 THORPE JONATHAN G mwonm LINDA ANN 210 TILLITZSOM EDWARD IOI-Iv D TINGEAH DERECK 210 mwowsm TRENT TIMOTHY 724 125. 210 7771-IOP DEBORAH 210 TOEDEDLLSCH DEDRA LYNN 210 TOKIE DAVID I 117 744, 1.15 178 row ,EFFREY 270 TOMASZEWSKL DIANN CAROL 70, 175 rom M10-ma roomc mAcY AMI 210 rom MAREA R 154, 270 227 row KMBERLY AMI 210 TTLAYLOR, BRENDA sus 270 TREADWELL, JODI 154, 210 rRzA0xvsLL, NANCYLJL2 140, wz 210 mffca DOLIeLAs1AM5 740 141 178 TTWAMER, TODD ELLIOTT 210 TRW GLORIA 5 TRODAUGH AARON GHIARD 210 rRorrsR, CHARLES 775 mcxfn, 7AMIvIY ANN 54. 210 n1RNm, CECILIA ANNE 271 TUTLLS, 1fIwffR LYNN 211 TWAY e1IzA0L'rI1 ANNE 720, 127 211 WAY WLLMM JAME JR 122 271 mm, nooenr MLLMM nconscious UNDER WOOD RONALD LEE 178 LIRSLI BRIAN MICHAEL 718, HQ 175 URYASZ KAREN MARE 271 URYASZ PATRICIA ANN 706, 271 Valley girl VAIRO, RICHARD LOUIS 271 VALEIKA, RICHARD THOMAS 277 VALLEALL CHARLES 36, 778 VANAELSI TNOTHY D 271 VANALSTINE JAMES W 217 VANANTWERR THOMAS C 130 VANCAMR ROLAND ARTHUR 152 7.50, 211 VANDEBOGART KEVW 752 15.3 VANDENBRIVK, CYNTHIA 176 VANDERBURG, JOAN 47 175 VANDEVENTER, TAMMY 217 VANDRAGT AMY SUZANNE 5a 217, 2.37 VANEENENAAM, IULI 750 751 175 VANEENENAAM, LORI 277 VANHOESEN DA VD DRUCE 277 VANHOESEN JOHN ARTHUR VANLOOY SCOTT ALAN VANOVER, ELIZABETH ANN 776 VANSICKLE, MELESA KA YE 776 VANSLOOTEN NANCY BETH 175 VANSUMEREN KURT PETER 277 VANZILE JANNA LEIGH 217 VASOUES, PALIL VAUGHN VICKK LYNN 775 VELLAM, GARY EDXWN 271 VENDEWLLE, STEVEN 179 VENDEVILLE TAMMI217 VEIWER, DON LEE 277 VERSTRAI SANDRA ELLEN 770 VERR SHAWN LOLISE 170 VOHWINKLE CRAIG MICHEAL 271 VOICE WILLIAM 779 VREELAND SAMANTHA CAROL 150, 751 217 olk-man WAGENSCHUTZ DAWN D 211 WAGNER, UARDARA ANN WAGNER, JAN W WAGNER, JOHN 770 WAGNER, MARY JANE 271 WAGNER, STEVENL WAGNER, UMOTHY SCOTT 99 WAGNER, WILLIAM 45, 179 WAGONER, WENDYM 147 179 WALDECK. KEVIN SCOTT 179 WALDRON KA THY ANN 217 WALKER, CARL JAMES 723, 211 WALKER, SHELLY IO KDUVALU 217 WALKER, TERRY 211 WALLE SUZAN CHRISRNE WALLE TERESA MARIE 277 WAUH AMY 215, 217 WALTER, PETER ANTHONY 211 WAL TER5, DEAN P WAL TER5, DENNIS PI-ILP 277 WALTER5, TIMOTHYN 152 153, 211 WALTON WENDY 277 WALL WILLMM EDWARD WAMBOLD, JEANA 779 WAMSLETC SCOTT 271 WARE LINC 217 WAKES SCOTT WARNER. MECCA ROIONE WARREN ILL 754, 211 WARWICK, MATTHEW P WA5LAW5KL KARDV 211 WA TSON MICFELLE ANDREA 271 WATSON RICK WAT5ON STDWMAEANN 104, 142 179 WATTS. .IONA THAN PRICE WATTS, SARAH WAYNE WILLMM L11 150 151 277 WEATHERHOLT JAMIE 271 WEAIHERS, DAVID WMVER, SUSAN 7512 751 211 WEBER, HOLL Y M 217 WEBER, KATHERINE GILL 212 ' WEBER, SUZANNE 212 WEGAER, AMY D 272 WESS, BARBARA 212 WLLBON KATHRYN LEE 181 WELLS, ANTHONY 274 WEL-LS DENA 212 WESTFALL, DEBRA LYNN 179 WESTON MARK J 156, 272 WHALEN MICHAEL ANTHONY 756 212 WHALEN PATRICK CHARLES 45 272 WHEELHK, THOMAS DA VID 274 WHEELOCK, BRIAN HOWARD 272 WHEELOOK, REBECCA 179 WHEELOGY, SI-LERRY LYNN 272 M-IEELOCK THU? 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WINGQ WILLIAM JOSEPH WINNICKL COURTNEY LYIW 50 779 MNOMWECKI DOUGLAS NWNOWECKL THOMAS 778, 179 WIRTH LORI ANN 272 WISE TERESA 15.5 WLSNIEWSKI ANTHONY E WLSMEWSKL MIYE W5NIL'W5KI TAMMY JO 212 WBMEWSKL TERESA MARE 212 WENIEWSKL TONY 272 WLSTRANQ ANNA 34, 212 WITIYOR JENNIFER LYNN 212 WITKOR SHELLE Y 179 WITKOR WENDY LEIGI-I 270 WOLD, KA I7-IR YN KARLA 35, 210 WOLA SARA JEAN 210 WOLFE WILLMM I 144 145 278 WOLFGRAM, BEMIART WOLFGRAM, ISABELL 270 WOLEGRAM, LAVERN VIRGIL 744, 74.5, 152 7.53 180 WOLEGRAM, RENEE BQ 210 WOLFGRAM, SHARLEEN WOLLER, PARRY 780 WOOD, CI-IRLSTOPHER ALAN 152 15.2 WOOD, MARC ARNOLD 100 WOOQ MATTHEW 21.3 WOODARLZ IACOUELINE 213 W RMOTHY BRADNER 152 158 WOODS DENNLS 101 WOOLCOTI KELLY MARE 21.3 xvoosrm, CYNTHIA 270 woorms, PA 711104 213 MQIGHIZ ANDREW 270 WRIG1-It DAVID WAYIW' 270 WRIGHT JOHN 2m WRIGH72 TERESA 210 WRIGHZ ZHGMA5 210 WRIGHT THOMAS ROLF WUERLIL, KELL Y LAURDSI 213 WYATI2 51-LANL' MARSHALL 213 NVYGLOFE RODLRV 150 WYCKOFE WENDY 21.3 WYIJE MICHLLE LYNN 175 100 Wm MATTHEW RAY 213 WYN TODD ARTHUR 270 ard apes YACIQ GARVIN GEM' YAGLE TAMMY 27.5 YAGLL7 rznesfx LLL' YAGUE ANNA LIZA RENOLACIO YANSKL TAMMY 210 YANSKI TRACEY 210 YASTER, DEBORAH LYNN 210 YEAGER, DENISE MARIE YEAGHL, J1LL DANETTE-35 wa 181 YEOMANS TODD STEPHEN 210 Ymm, TREVOR IOI-IN YOSI G-IERYL If 101 180 210 YOST scorr 147 152 151 213 YOUNG, DIAIWA 14-1 21.1 YOUNG RANDY TODD 21.3 YOUNG, SHANE cI1RI5roPH0'4 Zing ZACKS, MARY DARR 20, 104, 212 ZAIQ MICHAEL WAYNE mo, MARY ANNE 210 ZDYAFA, CARRIE ELIZABETH 05, 213 z5RA1'A, MATTHEW JAMES ZEREAS, KATHLEEN 21 213 ZIENTEK DIANE LYNN JL 24, 780 ZIENTEIC GREGORY scoff 156, 210 ZLAFRO JENNLEER LYNN 160 ZRIMDRMAN KRLSTIN 750, 157 ZIMMERMAN RONALD LEROY ZOLILEK. ANGELA MARIE 270 210 OUR DIRECTORY . . OUR DIRECTORY . . OUR DIRECTORY 213 ro ALL or You I This year has been borh rewarchng and rrying. I recall wanring ro become rhe eoiror of rhe yearbook Irhoughr If would be a lor of fun and a valuable experience. When I dscovered rhar I had been chosen, I suddenly became nervous and auesnoning as ro wherher or nor I would be able ro pull off such a job. I began my eciring year wirh a four day workshop ar Alma College lasr June. Thar in irself was a good expenence. I was homesick, buf I gor rhe feel of campus Hfe. I arrended numerous workshops on Iayours, designs, cover and con- renr ideas. We worked from 9 a.m. unril as lare as I1p,m. somerimes. Imer people from all over rhe srare who were ako becoming edrors, sraff members, or phorographers, We srayed in rhe dorms and were enrerrained wirh sporrs acriwries and yearbooks from all over rhe Unired Srares. Ispenr half of lasr summer preparing for rhis years year- book. I read endless numbers of books on ecfring and organizing rhe yearbook. Ispenr some rime here ar school ako gerfing rhmgs ready for fhis pasr year. We had a rough srarr in rhe beginning due ro several schedule changes, srudenrs moving, and hnoing sraff re- placemenfs. As in an y producrion, we somehow managed ro ger rhrough all .rhe rough rimes such as deadhnes. We Cfhe staff? found rhar arrendng school from 8:00 am, ro 11.-00 p.m. was nor an unusual circumsrance . . . ir was a marrer of pure deaicanonl There were, of course, fimes when everyrhing seemed Ike ir was going nowhere, buf rhe supporr of srudenrs, reachers, businesses, and our fam- iles made us realze rhar we had indeed devored ourselves ro rhk publcarion. We had promised fo sfick if our and complere our class reauiremenrs. Therefore, we had ro Hnish our rhis book for you, our readers. In live years, I rhink we will all be glad we aid because we can rhen say rhar "We aid rhis. Thar E my copy nghr rhere in pnnrl" Ir is ako rough rhough ro look back ar whar has happened ourside of our conrrol foo. lr now seems odd ro me rhar I chose rhe poem abour rhe boy and girl called "The Class Ring, " and wrore abour losing friends in faral car accidenrs in my opening secrion. I had rhese pnnred and back ro be proofed when Ilearned of rhe dearhs of Thomas Clark and Kurr Noller. Toms dearh was overpowenng ro me. We had been classmares since rhe nrsr grade and had been close friends along wirh Krisrin Srehouwer, Lisa Foersrer, Barbara Aldrich, Kevin Nelson, and Joe Neihardr. Everyone admired Tom in grade school and many srill do roday, He was a rempera- menral person, buf he was ako one of rhe nicesr guys anyone could ever know. We all shed our feelings upon one anorher ar rhe news of Tom and Kurr, and we sudden- ly realzed how auickly one can be erased from exisrence. The silence rhar followed rheir dearhs sho wed more srudenr emorion ar rhis school rhan ever before. There was some- rhing rhar rouched rhe hearrs of every one of us. I learned rhar raking rime for everyone and rrearing everyone as rhough lmay never see rhem again has made me a berrer person. Irs sad rhar people have ro de before we honesrly open our eyes ro shadowed exisfences. I ll ne ver forger rhis year, nor rhar if was rhe besr Ibecauge if wasn 'rl buf because I have so much ro be rhankful for I have learned so much abour people and sociery, bU5if7955 and efforr, comparabilry and cooperarion. I 've learned rhar if one can 27nd and learn from an expedence, he has achieved somefhing grearer and far more valuable rhan an y marerial rhing. If you can really see rhe focal poinr of mg book, I hope you 'll be using and sharing ir for rhe resr of your Ives in rhe besr ways you can! One of rhe mosr srressed facrors ar comp was rhar you should ne ver use rhe lasr page for rhank- you s. ine ver quire undersrood rhar- I guess because you don 'r know ar rhe beginning of rhe year who mighr heb you our ofa bind ar rhe end of rhe year. lowe or leasr a milion rhanks ro: Sandy Golaski fAdvisorJ for heloing me wirh ai rhe enaless ques- rions in cIass,- Tom Keiswerrer Oosrens Represenrafivei for gernng rhis book info prinf- all of rhe 7982-1988 Pines year- book STOITIS for making rhis anorher successful year- Carl Ganren for gernng picrures ro us when our own phorogra- phers couldn 'n rhe communiry, for rheir supporr again, and rhe srudenrs who purchased rhis book so rhar rhis publicarion may conrinue for ar leasr anorher year. You have all made rhis a reahry of fhoughrs and dreams. Icannor beieve how fasr rhis year has gone. I cannor beheve I acrually gor one whole page ro myself Jusr seeing rhe proofs of rhis book meanr rhar ir was really coming along,- if meanr we had all accomplshed somerhing, I 'm really proud! Sincerely, I ffffrd cf . I Gena Elzaberh King 1988 Hnes Eairor fwffWOW7' f f f AfWff fOff ff!! fffff A f'f Q52 , -C:.fY-f- .. ' - ,fw -,i,,,, J, , I, ,, f- .ff - vm' V U s 1 1,11 I4 X .jg ! , ? yi ,f!',:,,,l"I.' i'gyQQ,f,. , T- ff W-7, ,f fm, fflfj wir- 4,,rf',',f',r-1,517 314 ,V X ,zf2,:,m. ggj 1 f ' V, gg?-fyj, f f f ' J"-fi I I I riir 1 ' I .' ' I , -,If fifff Y ,fi-5, I 1 , ' "'vf5'f?i'?"5 wm', LZ ' ' L Q , , ' ,, 'r Qfffly 'Q,1f,,f A I4 ,, W - fix'-,il ' --4 ,yV,,,,W77-,ugly ,fyffiyylfwmf I fly, , ywgjggggyfr, as y , - , , ,ffm I,,f,-- ,Iv-I ,I ,f 'r,,'1 as I , ,f,f,, qffff, .W ff f ff 4-- , -1 f f if f ,zffdfdzff I, wr -1353 may ' V fro , f I In ,- ,yas f , , , ' ,W My ogy ,ff 42gL x , ' . ' f ff ii! f" ' 4 f f 1 , , 4 X f f ,x f 1 df f I jf' M Q 4 1j , 4 I A f X f X 21 01 zz! 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