Adrian High School - Sickle Yearbook (Adrian, MI)

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1. ,lf ,. f.--1 -'W 4 , ,, ,gd , HHHI!-KN HIGH SEHIJHI. ADRIAN, MICHIGAN ,0l"0U6!!g ldfeffefltff THE SIIIHLE CLASS UI' 1951 54fA annua! echfion TABLE UF EU Title Page ................. ........ 1 Table of Content ......... ........ 2 Sickle Staff ............... ......,. 3 Memorium ...... ........ 4 Dedication ..................... ........ 5 Board of Education ................ G Administration ......... Teachers . ............................ . Senior Class Officers ....... Seniors .................................. Fads and Fashions ............ Iuniors ................................. Freshman Class Officers Freshman ............................ Football ....... .......... ....8-9 .....l0 1 1-23 24-25 .....26 Iunior Class Officers ......... .27-29 .....30 31-33 34-35 Homecoming ............................ 36 Cheerleaders-Majorettes ........ 37 Booster Club ............................ 38 All-School Play ........... Varsity Basketball ................ 40 Reserve Basketball ................ 41 Boys' Swim Team .................. 42 Girls' Swim Team .................. 43 Choir-Girls' Ensemble ............ 44 Variety Show ........ B ..... ......... 4 5 Music Festival .................... 46-47 Student Council Panel and Pool Show .................... 48 Student Council ..... ......... 4 9 Ir. Rotarians ........ ......... 5 O Sr. Play Cast ...... ......... 5 1 TE TS SpringVacation- Sponge Week Maple Leaf ........ G. A. A. ................. . Varsity "A" Club .... .. French Club ...... Spanish Club ........ Selaco Club ...... Debate Team ........ B. O. C. ............ . F. F. A. .... . Baseball ....... Tennis ....... Track ............................ Advertising Directory This page is sponsored by F inch Printing 2 Seated - Friedrich, Harrington, Nimrichter, Fleming, Hansen, Proudfoot, Mumford, Buffer, Karlek. Standing- Hypes, Gifford, Yoakum, Birchfield, Terpeney Sickle The Sickle Staff of '51 have published a Sickle that they hope will be the pride and joy of the seniors especially, in years to come. The arrangement is somewhat different in that sports, organizations, events, etc., are arranged in the order in which they were most active throughout the year. We hope all the students and alumni enjoy the '51 Sickle as much as we enjoyed pub- lishing it. SICKLE STAFF Editor-in-Chief ................................................................ Dale Fleming Business Manager ........ .................. E lsie Hansen Assistant Editor ......... ........ M eredith Harrington Sales Manager ............. ................. T om Yoakum Advertising Manager ..... ..............................,........ I ack Birchfield Junior Associate ........... ....................................... B etty Nimrichter Typists ........................... ......... D elores Karlek and Pat Proudfoot This page is sponsored by Auto Parts Company, Inc. 3 JULIUS MENDEZ Memoriam "l watched a sail until it dropped from sight Over the rounding sea a gleam of white. A last, far-flashed farewell and like a thought Slipped out of mind, it vanished and was not. Yet to the helmsman, standing at the helm, Broad seas still stretched before the gliding keel Disaster! Change! He felt no slightest sign Nor dreamed he of that horizon line. So may it be, perchance, when down the tide Our dear ones vanish, peacefully they glide, On level seas, nor mark the unknown bound. We call it death, to them "Tis life beyond." 4 Dedication I s PRINCIPAL ROBERT HAYDEN is Personality as anyone can tell. is for his 'onesty We've never learned to spell. is also pleasing ways. Can there be any doubt: that We all like our principal. He's really a good scout is for his helping hand. He really does his best. is for most anything. I-Ie meets the sternest test. is for his youngsters. The hundreds here in school. is for his don'ts. We dare not break a rule. is for his energy. How can he stand us all. is for nobility. He's really on the ball. Now, therefore, all ye students, Iet's give a rousing cheer. For principal Pop Hayden, the greatest of the year. This page is sponsored by Economy Shoe Store l 5 Bn:-1rd nf Education FREDERICK ORAM President DOUGLAS A. HURLBUT Vice-President MRS. ROSWELL BURR Secretary CLIFFORD I. HOOD Trustee RUSSELL B. MCAFEE Trustee FREDERICK B. FISHER Trustee LOUIS MILLIGAN Trustee We, the Class of 1951, wish to express our appreciation to the Board ot Education for their endless efforts and thoughtfulness in making our education a worthwhile achievement. This page is sponsored by H. W. Tuttle Company 6 GEORGE Superintendent We, the Class of 1951, wish to con- gratulate Mr. Little, Superintendent of the Public Schools of Adrian, for upholding the high standard of education. CHESTER A. DAVIDSON B.E., M.A. Boys' Advisor HENRY W. LUTZ. A.B. Financial Advisor CLIFFORD NELSON A.B., B.S., M.S. Athletic Director I-ldministraiinn H. LITTLE ROBERT L. HAYDEN Principal The Class of 1951 wish to sincere- ly thank "Pop" Hayden for his con- stant thoughtfulness, co-operation, patience, and assistance in making our high school years a success. ELSIE A. REEVES. A.B. Girls' Advisor DONALD T. WHITNEY A.B., M.A. Vocational Co-ordinator. Director of Veterans' Institute PAUL RAINIER A.B., M.A. Supervisor of Music This page is sponsored by Adrian State Savings Bank 7 Teachers M.A. MILDRED M. ARMSTRONG, A.B., English Literature: English 10: Advisor Freshman Class ALVIN BOHMS, B.S., M.M. Band: Instrument Technique E. EDWARD CARLSON, B.S. Metal Shop LINDSEY L. GORDON, B.S. Civics: Economics CLAUDE R. HAMPTON, A.B. English 10: Advisor Sickle FRANCIS C. HAZEN, B.S.. M.A. Physical Education: Swimming Coach: Tennis Coach HELEN C. HUTCHINS. B.S. Art This page is sponsored by Star Inn 8 LOIS ANN BEECHLER. B.S. Physical Education, Advisor G.A.A.: Swimming Coach: Advisor Cheer- leaders ELNORA V. BLANKS, B.S. Librarian IAMES DESPAIN. B.S., M.A. Physical Education: Football Coach Baseball Coach ALBERTA GARDNER, B.S. Physical Education LORENE HANSEN. A.B., M.A. Home Economics C. HUBERT HOWE. B.S. Auto Shop ROY B. KELLER, B.S. Physics: Senior Science: Commercial Arithmetic MERLYN L. KELLOGG, A.B., M.M. Orchestra, String Instruments AGNES NIELSEN, B.S., M.A. Home Economics: Advisor Selaco Club PAUL M. REINHARD, B.S. Mechanical Drawing: Related Shop RUTH E. SHERMAN, A.B. English Composition: Speech: Dramatics: Advisor Maple Leaf FORREST O. STRAND, B.S. Agriculture: F.F.A. WALLACE B. SULLIVAN, A.B. Spanish: Basketball Coach: Advisor Spanish Club MAX B. SWEET, A.B., M.A. Chemistry: Driver Training: Advisor Senior Class Teachers 1 RUTH LIBBE, B.S. Stenography: Typing: Secretarial Training: Advisor Iunior Class D. DUNCAN PATERSON, B.S. Biology ALICE E. RICHARD, A.B., M.A. Mathematics, Counselor for College Preparatory GERALDINE STEWART, A.B. World History F. E. STROBEL, A.B., M.A. Machine Shop BETTY TUTTLE, A.B., M.A. French: Latin S. KIRKWOOD YARMAN, B.A., M.A American Literature: Forencics I R This page is sponsored by Dr. C. I. Hood 9 Senior Class Uffilzers President- Vice-President- DALE FLEMING WALT GLOVER Secretary- Treasurer- SHIHLEY LADD DELORES KARLEK This page is sponsored by Wilcox Hardware Co. 10 PATRICIA IANE ADAMS "Pat" "For her the hearts were always breaken. But alas, alack she was al- ways taken." Spanish 1, 2: Booster Club 3. FORREST ARCHER "Archie" "My memory is what I forget with." IERRY BAKEWELL "led" "Not too serious, not too gay, but a swell guy in every way." Student Council 1: B.O.C. 2: Reserve Foot- ball l, 2: Basketball Reserve 1. WILLIAM E. BALTZ "Eddie" "Do I like the girls? No, not I. Do the girls like me? Seems true, but why?" Varsity Club 3: Football 3: Basketball 3: Baseball 3: All-School Banquet 3. LOYAL BEITELSCHIES "Ya can lead a man to high school but ya can't make him think." Orchestra 1. DORMAN LEE BENFIELD "Benny" "Wise from the top oi his head up." IACK BIRCHFIELD "Birchie" "Tall, Dark and Single." Student Council 1: Varsity Club 3: Foot- ball 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 3: Re- serve: Track 1: All-School Banquet 1, 2, 3: Senior Send-Ott 2: Sickle 3: Choir 1, 2, 3: Ir. Rotarian. Seniors RICHARD H. ALLEN "Nick" "We, ot the navy --" Art 1, 2. ESTHER L. BAER "Variety is the spice of life - here's one variety." Girls' Ensemble 3: Choir 3: "The Bat" Transfer: Sand Creek High School. IOYCE BOURNES BAKEWELL "Ma" "Here's to the light that lies in a woman's eyes." Spanish 1, 2: G.A.A. 2: Senior Send-Oil 2: Choir 1, 2: Girls' Vocal Ensemble 2. RAYMOND I. BARNES "Ray" "Nimble lingers, alert mind, always on the go." Mapleaires I. 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3: All-School Banquet 3. ALLEN DALE BENDER "AI" "Good Nature and Good Sense must ever join." Booster Club 1: Art 1. 2: All-School Ban- quit 2, 3: Mapleaires l. 2, 3: Band 1. . . YVONNE A. BETZ "Betties" "Talking, she knows not why, and cares not what." Spanish l: B.O.C. 3. IACK E. BLOCK "Governor" "Action speaks louder than words, and we hear a lot from him." Booster Club 2: Iunior Rotarian: Student Council 2, 3: Art 3: Varsity "A" 2, 3: Swimming 1, 2, 3: "I Remember Mama": "The Whole Towns Talking": "Cheaper by the Dozen": "The Bat": All-School Banquet 1, 2, 3: Senior Send-Ott 2: Citi- zenship Comm. 3: Variety Show 2, 3. This page is sponsored by Berndt's jewelry ll LOIS BOHLKA "Loey" "Every queen must have a "king." Art 1. BILLY BOURNES "Burney" "Tis feared he will die ot overworkf' Latin l, 2: Reserve football 3: Basketball 1: Baseball l: Band 1, 2. IOYCE M. BOWER "I0y" "Tall, dark, and pretty." Selaco 2, 3: B.O.C. 2, 3. RALPH R. BRADLEY, IH. "Kandy" "And every day is ladies day with me." Booster Club 1: Varsity "A" 3: Football l: Basketball 1: Tennis 25 Variety Show 3: All-School Banquet 2, 3. MARILYN IEAN BROCK "Brock" "The world will tovever wonder what she will do next." Art 2: Choir 2. E. LAVERNE BURWELL "Buffy" "Quietness is his strength." NEVA CARTER "Red" "A mighty hunter-her prey is men." Seniors OWEN BOHLKE "O" "lust like downtown, Bohlke." "I Remember Mama." CHARLES BOWEN "Mouse" "Little I ask, my wants are few." LOUANNA DORINE BOYD "Louie" "The 'eyes' have it." Student Council 1: Latin 1, 2: Senior Send-Ott 2: Maple Leaf 3: Girls' Gleo Club 1: Choir 2, 3. RONNIE E. BRIGGS "Ron" "Oh You Big Bad Boy!" Varsity Club 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Basket- "Another 'Georgia' peach." All-School Banquet 2: Senior Send-Ott 2 1 "Plain speed is better than much wit. Latin 1, 2: G.A.A. 2. 3 This page is sponsored by William H. H ewes, M .D. 12 ball 2, 31 Baseball 1, 2, 3: Senior Send- OH 2. DONALD E. BHODERICK "Eagle" "His tavorite hold is the bear-hug." GEORGIA L. CARPENTER "Ioy' DOROTHY CHORMANN "Cormie' EUGENE D. CONVERSE "A man ol muscles??" MARY ELLEN COY "Coy's" not the word!! Selace Z, 3: Senior Send-Oil 2: Band 1, , 3. IUANITA CROW "A tongue with a tang. G.A.A. 2: Senior Send-Oil 2. "Shortie" TOM CURTIS "Every man comes into the world lor something." B.O.C. 3. GARY DAMON "One of the A 6. P boys." Spanish 2, 3: Reserve Baseball 1, Z: Band 1. "Chuck" M. ANNE DAVIS "Dave" "She laughs and laughs and laughs some more. Art l, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1: Choir 2, 3: All School Banquet 3. DORIS E. DEKEN "Dory" Transfer: Sand Creek High School. "Tarzan" Seniors REBECCA COX "Becky" "She is as sweet as they come." Booster Club 3: Selaco 3: B.O.C. Z: Senior Send-Oil 2: Honor Student. DAVID LEE CRISP "Crisp Cracker" "If I'm not lor mysell who will be?" GORMAN CULVER, IR. "Germ" "Neat guy with a cheery smile." Latin l, 2: "Cheaper by the Dozen": "The Bat". DAVE DAMON "Mud" "Another day: another Damon." Baseball 1, 3: Reserve football 1, Z: Maple- aires 1, 2. 3: Band 1, 2, 3. HELEN DAMON "The Kid" "She's just 'chuck' lull of fun." Booster 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: All-School Ban- quet l, 2: All-School Play 2: Maple Leaf 2, 3: Orchestra 1. 2: String Ensemble 1, 2. NORMAN DAZEY "Norm" "Here's to a gay fellow we all like." JOHN DELACRUZ "Cruzzing down the river." Baseball 3. This page is sponsored by Damon's Grocery 13 MARIORIE A. DETTMAN "Mari" "A part ol the team." DOROTHEA M. DOWLING "Dorf" "Sometimes I just sit and think but mostly I just sit." Booster Club 3: B.O.C. 2. PHYLLIS M. EHLINGER "Phy1" "The rest ol the team." IERRY EMERSON "Why bother me-? I do not need to know." ELEANOR MAY ESTES "It attention to business means suc- cess. she will be highly successlul." Spanish l: Girls' Glee Club 1: Choir 3: Honor Student. MARIORIE ELAINE EVANS "Tools" "This maid is meek, this maid is sweet. this maid is modest and dis- creet." All-School Banquet 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2. DALTON FILTER "Tony" "I tind a way or make one." Latin Club l, 2: Football 3: Honor Stu- dent. Seniors DAWN DOTY "Dody" "She goes to bed at the crack ot 'Dawn'." Student Council 2: Latin l: All-School Banquet 2: Senior Send-Oil 2. RUTH I. EASTER "Izzy" "As sunshiney as her name implies!" Selaco 2. LEE L. ELLCEY "A man of mystery." LELAND E. ENDERS "Lee" "Honest, I'm not sleeping, I'm iust restin' my eyes." Varsity Club 2, 3: Football 1, Z: Basket- ball 1: Baseball 1. RUTH HELEN ETTER "F!eckles" "A smile is the same in any language" Art 1, 2. ELIZABETH K. EZELLE "Liz" "Ah, Men! I love 'em all!" Booster Club 3: Spanish 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 3: "Chea er by the Dozen": All-School Play 3: lVI,aple Leaf 3: Choir 1, 2, 3. HUGH S. FITCH "Tubby" "A firm believer in the power of science." Booster Club 2: F.F.A. 1: Reserve Football 1: Track 2, 3. This page is sponsored by Lovitts Service Station 14 LOUIS FITTS "Louie" "Drop that gun "Louie" you're not tooling anyone." Reserve: Track 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN FOX "Pat" "She's the pal of everyone-but the happiness oi one." G.A.A. 2. 3: Girls' Swim Team 2: Cheer- leading 2, 3: All-School Banquet 1, 2, 3: Senior Send-Oli 2. ROBERTA M. GALLAWAY "Bertie" "Always hGPPY, always gay, always friendly in every way. that's our Bertie Galloway." Girls' Vocal Ensemble 3: Choir 3: Trans- ier from Tecumseh, Mich: All-School Ban- quet 3. HAROLD GARDNER "Red" "With the sunlight from his hair, any- one could grow a garden." ROLLO LYNN GARRISON "Roll" "Water, water, everywhere, and am I glad!" Varsity Club 2, 3: Swimming 1, 2. 3: Ten- nis l, 2, 3: All-School Banquet 3. HELEN LUCILLE GILHOUSE "Gil" "A good disposition is more valuable than go1d." Girls' Glee Club 2: Girls' Vocal Ensemble 2, 3: Choir 3. LARRY S. GOODES "Bump" "It's iun to be quiet-I bet." Booster Club 3: Latin 1: Spanish Z, 3: Reserve: Football 2: "Cheaper by the Dozen": Choir 1, 2, 3: "The Bat." Seniors DALE FLEMING "F lem" "All the world loves an athlete." Iunior Rotarians 3: Student Council 1, 2: Varsity Club Z, 3: Football 2, 3: Basket- ball 3: Track l, 2, 3: "The Bat": All- School Banquet 2, 3:Senior Send-Oii 2: Citizenship Committee 3: Sickle 2, 3: Band 1: Class Officer 2, 3: Honor Student. IOANNE FRIEDRICH "Io Babe" "She is pretty to walk with and witty to talk with, and pleasant, too- to think ot." Booster Club 2: Student Council 3: Art 2: G.A.A. 2, 3: "Cheaper by the Dozen": "The Bat": All-School Banquet 2. 3: Senior Send-Oii 2: Senior Trip Committee 3: Citi- zenship Committee 3: Sickle 3: Girls' En- semble 3: D.A.R. Good Citizen: Saluta- torian. KATHERINE GARCIA "Chila" "I'm quiet but my heart is jolly." Spanish 1. 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2. CAROLE ANN GARRISON "I'll be loving you "Al'ways." Spanish l, 2, 3: Art 2: G.A.A. 2, 3: All- School Banquet Z, 3: Senior Send-Oli 2: Honor Student. I IM GIFF ORD "lim" "A successful man? He's sure to make it." Booster Club 3: Latin 1: French 2. 3: Sickle 3: "The Bat": All-School Banquet 3. WALTER CHARLES GLOVER "Walt" "In our class there are many cards but he's the only joker." Varsity Club 1, 2, 3: Booster Club 3: Football 2. 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball l. Z, 3: All-School Banquet 1, 2, 3: Senior Senzd-git 2: Maple Leai 3: Class Otticer 1, , . THOMAS M. GRAY "Morgan" "A man oi many talents." Booster Club 3: Iunior Rotarians 3: Latin 1, 2: French 1, 2: Reserve: Basketball l, 2: Track 1, 2: Senior Send-Oii 2: All-School Banquet 3: "The Bat": Honor Student. This page is sponsored by C. E. Garrison 15 DOUGLAS GREENE "Zeke" "l-le's a curly haired boy who has all the girls swoonin' over him." Booster Club 3: Varsity Club 3: B.O.C. 2: Football 3: Basketball 3: All-School Ban- quet 3. CLARICE ANN GRITZMAKER "Gritzy" "Ambition is as Clarice does." Booster Club 3: Spanish 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: Girls' Swim Team 2, 3: All-School Play 2: Senior Send-Ott 2: Maple Leai 1. 2, 3: Citizenship Committee 3: Honor Student. ROGER HAGADORN "Hog" "There is a joker in the crowd." Booster Club 3: Spanish l, 2: Football 3: Reserve: Basketball 2: Baseball l, 2: Swimming 1: "A-Date with Iudy": "I Remember Maman: All-School Banquet 1: Senior Send-Ott 2: Maple Leaf 3: "The at". ELSIE K. HANSEN "Else Babe" "When lun ceases I exist no more." Latin 1, 2: G.A.A. 3: Senior Send-Oii 2: All School Banquet 1, 2, 3: Sickle 2, 3: Choir 3: Sr. Trip Committee 3: Variety Show: Citizenship Committee 3: Booster Club 3: "The Bat", Honor Student. MEREDITH I. HARRINGTON "Rebel" "Once a Democrat, Always a Democrat." Booster Club 3: Latin l, 2: "Cheaper by the Dozen": "The Bat": Sickle 3: Orches- trazl, 2: String Ensemble 1: Variety Show JOSEPH A. HAYDO "Ice" "Look girls! He's real!" Football 2, 3: Reserve Basketball 1: Var- sity Club 2, 3: Choir 1. PAUL G. HOOK "Hunt" "I know I'm not handsome but what's my opinion against everybody else?" Varsity Club 1, 2, 3: Latin 1: Football Mgr. l, 3: Basketball 3: Track 2, 3: "Cheaper by the Dozen": "The Bat": Honor Student. Seniors DON GRIMES "Don" "A tellow we are proud to know." ROBERT GRITZMAKER "Bob" "I'll just keep pluggin' along." Booster Club 3: Varsity Club 2, 3: Foot- ball 2, 3. MARY LOU HAMMOND "It's nice to be natural, when you're naturally so nice." Spanish 2, 3: Art 2: G.A.A. 3: "Cheaper by the Dozen": All-School Play 2: Maple Leai 3: Choir 1, 2, 3: "The Bat": Honor Student. ERWIN L. HARCOURT "Ervy" "Hiya, Shorty." F.F.A. l, 2, 3. IANET M. HARTUNG "Hardy" "Webster doesn't have enough words to tell how swell she is." Booster Club 3: French I, 2: Cheerleading 2, 3: 3Senior Send-Oil 2: All-School Ban- quet . MARY LOU HICKOK "Hic" "Blessed are they that say nothing for they shall not be quoted." NORMAN B. HORTON "NQrm" "Variety is the spice of lite: here's one variety." Latin 1: Spanish 2, 3: All-School Play 2: Band 1: Choir 1, 2, 3. This page is sponsored by Adrian Daily Telegram 16 ROBERT A. HYPES "Bob" "A scientist in the making." All-School Play 2: Sickle 3. PEARL IOHNS "A pearl in more ways than one." Transfer student: Tecumseh, Michigan. RUSSELL I. IOHNSTON "Russ" "Chug-Chug. Get a horse." Senior Send-Off 2. DELORES ANN KARLEK "Dee" "She's a wonderful gal with a smile and personality to match!" Student Council 2. 3: Selaco 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: All-School Banquet 2: Girls' Glee Club 1: Class Officer 1, 2, 3: "The Bat" 3: Sickle 3: All-School Banquet 2. 3. RICHARD M. KINGSBURY "Dick" "Gir1s are not the least of his troubles." Booster Club 3: "The Bat": All-School Play 2: Choir 1, 2, 3. IACK KUNEY "A boy who will coin the jack." Varsity 2, 3: Football Mgr. 2: All-School Banquet 2: Senior Send-Off 2: Messenger boy in House of Representatives in Lan- s ng. , RUTH M. LANTIS "Poke" "All great women die-I don't feel so well myself." Selaco 2, 3: G.A.A. 3: Booster Club 3. Seniors RICHARD B. IENKINS "Dick" "When muscles were given out. he got his share but his head was in the way." Varsity Club 2: B.O.C. 2: Football 2: Ref serve: Basketball l: Baseball 1. DICK IOHNSON "Keno" "I wish I'd been born rich instead of so good looking." Varsitv Club 1, 2. 3: Football 1, 2: Mgr. gasketball l, 2: Track 1, 2: Choir 1: "The at". SIDNEY L. IONES "Sid" "He walked by-Oh, how the girls did sigh!" Varsity Club 2, 3: F.F.A. l, 2, 3: Football 2: Track 2. EDNA KELLIE "Chick" "A charm has she in hidden depths." Transfer: Boyme Falls, Michigan. PAUL M. KOEHN "P.K." "A scholar-he." Latin 1. 2: French 1, Z, 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Reserve Basketball 1, 2: Senior Play 3: All-School Play 3: Senior Send-Ot! 3: Maple Leaf 3. SHIRLEY L. LADD "Shirl" "Happy and as sweet as the day is long! Booster Club 3: French 1, 2. 3: G.A.A. 2. 3: Cheerleading 2, 3: "All-School Play 3: Senior Send-Otf 2: Girls' Glee Club 1. Choir 2. 3: Class Officer 1, 2, 3: "The Bdt": gillaschool Banquet 3: Variety Show 1. VIVIAN LEWIS "Betty" "Quiet but worthwhile!" All-School Banquet 2: Senior Send-Oli 2: Honor Student. This page is sponsored by lim Greene 17 PHYLLIS M. MACKINTOSH "PhyII" "l do not allow my studies to inter- lere with my education." Booster Club 3: Latin 1: Spanish Club l. Z: G.A.A. 3: Senior Send-Off 2: Girls' Glee Club l: Choir 2, 3: All-School Ban- quet 3. WAYNE MANSFIELD This boy did what few boys will- never kept quiet and never sat still. PATRICIA A. MARVIN "Pat" "Got out in midstream and had to 'row back'." Latin 1, 2: Senior Send-Off 2: Honor Student. THEODORE C. MERRIAM "Ted" Here's to love-sweet nursery. Iunior Rotarians 3: Varsity 2, 3: Football 2. 3: Tennis 2, 3: Basketball 3: All-School Banquet 2: Maple Leaf 2, 3: "The Bat": Quill and Scroll 3. ROBERT C. MICHAEL "Mike" "It's fun to study-I'l1 bet." BARBARA MILLER "Barbie" "Alter finishing school. I can thank- fully say 'Amen'." French 1: Selaco Z, 3. ESTHER R. MILLER "Smiley" "Quiet till you know her-and then- look out!" Spanish 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: String Ensemble 2, 3. Seniors MYRTLE L. MANN "M ert" "A girl that smiles is ct girl worthwhile." LYNN E. MARVIN "Lynnie" "Small but mighty." Latin l, 2: Football 3: Reserve: Basket- ball Mgr. 2: Tennis 2: "Cheaper by the Dozen": Senior Play 3. SHIRLEY R. MCINTOSH "Hunt" "What - a big girl am l?" Latin 1: B.O.C. 2: Senior Send-Ot! 2: "The Bat." STANLEY D. MEYERS "Archie" "This boy is a FLASH-just ask Pat." Student Council Z: Varsity Club 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Class Officer l. EARL P. MICHENER "Earl" "Yesterday ended last night. or did it?" Booster Club 3: Latin 1, Z. DON E. MILLER "Ham Bone" "He has a 'Glorius' tuture." IOYCE M. MILLER "Rosie" "She was lull of fun and mischievous -She was always up to something new." Latin l: Spanish 2, 3: B.O.C. 3: "The Bat." This page is sponsored by Ramsay Grocery 18 MARY IEANNE MILLER "Tinker" "Who is that giggling as she passes to and from her daily classes?" Booster Club 3: Student Council 1: G.A.A. 2, 3: Senior Send-Oil 2: Girls' Ensemble 2: Choir I, 2. 3: All-School Banquet 3. BARBARA MILLS Dropped. IEAN LOIS MUMFORD "IeGnnie" "Pucker up. lean, and blow your horn." Latin l: French 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: Sickle 3: Mapleaires 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Orches- tra 1, 2: "The Bat": Honor Student. LILLIAN NEAL "Li1" "A cheery smile to welcome all." Art 1: All-School Banquet 2: Girls' Glee Club l: Choir 2. EARL IAMES N ISBETT "S pecks" "A Iarmer I am, a farmer I shall be. Now I am looking for a farmer she." F.P'.A. I, 2, 3: Track 2. THOMAS ORAM "Tom" "The world knows nothing of its greatest men." F.F.A. 1, 2, 3: Student Council 3. MACKLYN PIPER "Mac" "Some men are born free and equal. but some ol them get a girl." Seniors MYRNA R. MILLER "M ymie" "Smart! and Pretty too!!" Booster Club 3: Latin l. 2: Spanish Club 1: Senior Send-OI! 2, 3: Girls Glee Club 2: Choir 3: All School Banquet 3. RICHARD MOTT "Dick" "I hate women?" Booster Club 3: "CheaBper by the Dozen": Reserve: Football 1: asketball I, 2. PEGGY LOU MYERS "Peg" "She was pleasing to the eyes and otherwise." Art 1: "Cheaper by the Dozen": Band l. 2, 3: Drum Maiorette 3: "The Bat". DONALD NISBETT "Don" "The man most worth listening to is the silent one." F.F.A. 1, 2. EDMUND NORVELL IR. "Bing" "Only to mysell do I owe my tame." Booster Club 3: I-'rench 2: All-School Banquet 3: "The Bat". Transfer student from Rising Sun, Ohio. DONA LEE PERKINS "Perkey" "I stand on the brink ol a great career, shove me oil." Art 2. LYLE E. POLING "Punchie" "It's not what you do - it's what you get away with." Baseball 3: Choir I, 2, 3. This page is sponsored by N u-Way Strech Co. 19 ANGELINE POTES "Angel" "Angel - irom Adrian?" Latin 1: All-School Banquet 2. DOROTHY I. POWELL "Dori" "She looks so meek. but is not meek at all." French 1: Selaco 2, 3. ROBERT RENNER "Bob" "The things that can happen when he's around." Spanish 2: Orchestra 1: String Ensemble 1. SALLY ROBERTS "And when she awoke, she cried 'Wolie'." Latin l: Spanish zf 3: B.O.C. 3: Senior Send-Oli 2: Honor Student. DAVID RUESINK "Dave" "He is a real great guy." Booster Club 3: F.F.A. 1, 3: B.O.C. 2: "Cheaper by the Dozen": All-School Ban- guet 2, 3: All-School Play Z: Senior Send- ti 2: Citizenship Committee 3. DAVE RYDER "Red" "Lite is short and so am I." Varsity "A" 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3. RICHARD SCHILL "Rats" "It's not as bad as it seems he's not o "rat" but instead he's a mouse." Seniors YVONNE MAE POTTS "Blondie" "Like honey and wine. she's fine." Selaco I. 2. 3: Art 1: Booster Club 3. PATRICIA PROUDFOOT "Proudie" "Short and sweet." Latin 1: G.A.A. 2, 3: B.O.C. 3: Girls' Swim Team 2, 3: All-School Banquet l: Senior Send-Ott 2: Sickle 3: "The Bat": Honor Student. I OSEPH W. RIGHTER "Heder" "Be careiul or I'm gonna hurt you." Football 3: Reserve: Baseball 1, 2. LOUIS A. ROBISON "Louie" "A bad excuse. they say, is better than none at all." CAROL RUFFER "Brains aren't everything but they sure do help." Student Council 1, 2. 3: Latin 1: G.A.A. 2. 3: "Cheaper by the Dozen" 3: Senior Send-Ott 2: Sickle 3: Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 3: "The Bat": Choir I, 2. 3: Honor Student. CLARISSA L. SCHAFFER "C 'aris" "Here's an exception. You know her by the noise she doesn't make." MURIEL ROSE SCHNEIDER "Mike" "A swell gal in every way." Selaco Z. 3: G.A.A. 3. This page is sponsored by King's Clothes 20 RUTH ANN SCHNEIDER "lust call me Mrs." Selaco 3: B.O.C. 3. HERBERT E. SCHULTZ IR. "Peat" "Every inch a man, and there's an awiul lot ol inches!" Varsity Club 2. 3: Football 2, 3: Senior Send-OH 2. RUSSELL I. SEBRING "Russ" "1 grew'-to be tall." F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. SHIRLEY E. SEEBURCER "Shir1" "You can't judge a book by it's cover." Latin 1, 2. MARILYN I. SINCLAIR "Shiny" "Much ado about nothing." Booster Club 2: Spanish l, 2: Senior Send- Oit 2: Girls' Glee Club 3: Girls' Ensemble l, 3: Choir 1, 2, 3. CHARLES SKALA "Charlie" "The show must qo on." Latin I: Tennis 2, 3: Reserve Football 1: Basketball 1: "I Remember Maman: "The Whole Towns Talkinq": "Cheaper by the Dozen": "The Bat": Maple Lea! 1, 2, 3: Mapleaires l, 2, 3: Band l, 2, 3: Orches- tra l, 2, 3: All-School Banquet 3: Honor Student. OLIV E I. SMITH "Suzie" "Speech is great, but silence is greater." B.O.C. 3. Seniors GARY SCHUBERT "N ei1" "Curses on my Fatal Beauty." Student Council 1. NORMAN FREDERICK SCI-IULTZ "Shoots" "Eat drink and be merry for tomor- row we get drafted." Booster Club 3: Swimming 1. 2: "The Bat". GILBERT SEEBURGER "GiI1y" "Hear me lor I have been silent so long." A F.F.A. 1. ROBERT SHARPE y q "Bob" "Sharpe" as a tack and twice as nice." Reserve Basketball 1: Baseball I: Ten- n.s 3. FLORENCE G. SINES "Sherie" "And how our Sherie made the birdies sing." Booster Club 3: Spanish 1: B.O.C. 3: Choir 1, 2, 3: Vocal Ensemble 1, 2. 3. IRENE SMITH "Smilt" "She is lessed with a good name.' Band 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1. FRANCES SPIEGEL "Bambi" "Here's to the love we love and the love we land." . Booster Club 3: Student Council 2, 3: "Cheaper by the Dozen": Band 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1: Girls' Ensemble 2, 3: Choir 2, 3. This page is sponsored by Hay P. White 21 GLORIA A. STEGG "Geary" "She has a lMarvDelous future." Selaco 2. IOHN F. TATARA "I0hn Babe" "Man delights me, but, oh. those ladies." IIM TERPENEY "Terp" ii "Ii there weren't any silence. I'd die. Baseball l, 2, 3: Sickle 3: Mapleaires 1. 2, 3: Band l, 2, 3. BOB TUTTLE "Lucky" "Who said spinach makes ya grow?" IACK VANSICKLE "Van" "Men ol few words are oiten the best ol men." DONNA IEAN VOORHEES "Red" "The 'Red' oi her hair can never match the 'Red' oi her face." Latin l, 2: Selaco 3. NORIVIA WARNER "Not only good, but good tor something." B.O.C. 3. Seniors RICHARD E. SUNDERLAND "Einstein" "Everything he did, he did well: and he did a lot." Booster Club 3: Latin 1, 2: Spanish 2: "The Bat": Senior Send-O!! 3: Band 1, 2. 3: Choir 1, 2: All-School Banquet 3: Vali- dictorian. CORRENA I. TEEL "Iune" "The ,Girl with the many pleasing ways. Latin 2: Selaco 1. ELEANOR V. TREAT "Ellie" "Although I'm not so very tall: I'd rather be short than not at all." Latin l, 2: French 2, 3: B.O.C. 3: Girls' Glee Club 1: Choir 2. IOYCE D. VANGORDER "loycie" "I love work so much, I could sit and watch it lor hours." Selaco 3. RUBY MARIE VAN TUYL "Rube" "They are not alone who are ac- companied by noble thoughts." Booster Club 3: Selaco 2, 3. ROBERT WARD "Hatred" "Want to buy a car?" DORIS M. WEBSTER "Dor"-"Russ" "I's all heart." Student Council l: Spanish 1: All-School Play 1: Senior Send-Oil 1: Maple Lea! 1: Girls' Glee Club 1: Girls' Trio 1: Honor Student. This page is sponsored by Morris 5 and 10 to S1 Store 22 Seniors MARILYN A. WIESS "Weesie" "A merry heart and a cheer-ful countenance." B.O.C. Z. I UDITH L. WIKER "Whittiker" "No sad songs for me." G.A.A. I, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1: Choir 2. 3: All-School Banquet 3. GLENN A. WITT "Is he a "Wit"?? LAVON H. WOLFE "There's a deal of delivtry 'neath that mild exterior." Varsity Club 2, 3: Swimming l. 2. 3 Tennis 1, 2, 3. THOMAS G. YOAKUM "Li'l Abner" "Dependable and then some." Booster Club 3: Sickle 3: All-School Ban- quet 3. Photoless Graduate - BILL SNYDER ARTHUR N. WHITON "Cy" "Runs in the family." FLORENCE S. WILLIAMS "Red" "Flaming Hair and a temper to match." All-School Banquet 2. BARBARA LEA WOERNER "Barb" "Hard telling what those quiet qirls do when no one is looking." Selaco l: Art 1: Girls' Glee Club lr Choir 2. WENDELL L. WOOD "They make them as not handsomer." Reserve Football 2. WILLIAM GREEN "Very tall, very cute, a flirt." Tennis 1, 2: Football 2. JOSEPH SIEGERT "A silent worker." Booster Club 3: Exchange Reqensburg, Bauaria. This page is sponsored by Robert lewelers 23 .,Wo0dY,. handsome. but and oh! Student HBHI., what uloen from X xl T . fl Q s Xi, 5 . .5 Falls and Fashions X6 3 Q HX Q f X E X . QGQJ S . ff' Q ff-f IWWY :b' B19 W ' xx' 4 1 .. F55-F' A 'V X 2 Q ,5?s"2 , 5 B X5 :ii A Y, X Q R Q 2' ' X . S? x ,X .,,, .1 .Ps 4 Q X. Fifi E ' X :A f f- 'g re 1 ff . JEL- ig 'Q Q 3 ' K ' Q , his E . 5 Q if k N VK? . ga 1 , x Q 1 'Q Q + 4 ix X is S, N ix N 1 N x -4. 3 X x x 1 X M N FQ Q i K Y X ' L X M if A E Q . frvf gk K X f 0 .5-ww , glint QN' Hs H X1 gn fag fizw gy - oc H f ii x A y guk k kk ii 4 ff? R5 ,,,, X n 1 1 A' " : X i VhxV . ., , 5 . of' flfnvl? " 24 Pads and Fashions AK ' Cu fl T116 rmgn: CFMPH' .A 3 ug lk fl 5 ., 2 c 1 Q fl af' 1 M R. . MQ-' We 'N lf rm? S i C7545 Rs iii' 5 ,nk M V W W 1 Q ff' dmv? 0. 'JG WHPM cj Q C ffl' i aff' gb 00 3 25 P 23'Rv " l Seated - Margie Babbitt, Russell Raymond. Standing - Beverley Williams, Bruce Corley. .Iuninr Class Uffilzers Russell Raymond, as President, is one of the leaders in scholastics. Last year he filled the role as Vice President in his homeroom. He serves as student council representative and is very active there. Margaret, "Margie", Babbitt is Vice-President of her class this year. Last year she served as treasurer. She is a member ot the Booster Club and is the 6th hour secretary. Margie played as Martha in the All-School Play. Beverly Williams, a very pretty miss, is taking the notes this year as class secretary. She is also very active as secretary of the Spanish Club. Bruce Corley is taking care of the money and money problems this year. He is on the Reserve Basketball team and likes all kinds of sports, especially swimming, track, baseball and basketball. Although he has never been in an executive office before, it can be said that he has done a very iine job this year. This page is sponsored by Robert C. Birmingham, O.D. 26 V A 'V if , !.,,?:Zi1L 6 2 5' ax f i v t is J A I i E.. , . 6 , w r E1 r M if Q, - ,Qs vgdgz, 'mi Juniors , s , , use it ee , Q, 1 if ' A ji ik 53 1 -rv f sf f-sr' ' Q, Q WH, , .QS we K 5 xii We MQ' I ily 1 r f 1 ,f f? A W W 1 if . X , 1,3 iw 2 9 3 fe, his ,re M,,A Q X41 ,-,e5r. ,,,,,i .1 L' r W f fen g C 'fl' flip wi Q S AQ? k QW-'f 1 3 ,Q ,,, x,, .-.AA 1 l ' A,,. ' .1 ' V 'ff-fr ? 'r' A I ,A,. - 4' t ,g , ,,, ,, SPA 1 ,, l f fd 35 "' W' .9 , it i if Q , Q we W ,rw Y-4 m,'k 5 f f"'? 2' 4 Y ,.,.. .3 " i . . i ' ' - I A ' , , B' 1 " 21 yi? ,QV f 2 " ,C 'K , , r 7- 5' Q , ya ' 5 ' K A N 1 ., -f" V 1 y f -2: V . I 1 'arid JKF, 31, J I ,I , 7 1, A f"' " Av" 1 I A f ,- r r . 3 , , W , Q ,. W r 'f , fi ' f -4 if", f 21" '77 -Q 1 fj I llwo My ,," 2 30 ,5 F L, Q 'M' ef it , l F ag ,. f - .k,, v:" ' '. ' ""' .,,. f' ' s , Q F 5 'i First Row i Aldrich, Allen, L. Anderson, R. Anderson, Ashley, Babbitt, Baer, Baker. Second How - Baldwin. Barker, Baxter, Beaudry, Beck, Blanchard, Bliss, Bohn. Third How - Boltz. Boonstra, Borton, Bowerman. Bradford, Brittain, Brown Buehrer. Fourth Row H Burgess, Burkett, Buskirk, Camburn, Carter. Casey, Casper, Chaloner. Fifth Row - Chesney, Clapper, Clough, Colecchia. Connin, Cooper, Corley, Covell. Sixth Row - Creger, Crow, Daniels, Darm, Dart, Dem- ing, Dempsey, DeNike. Seventh How - Denny, Doan, Dowling, Dunny, Emery, Etter, Everingham. Eighth Row-D. Fisher, G. Fisher, Frazier, Fuller, Gallaway, Gonzola Galnares, Guadelupe Galnares, Garcia. 27 if 9 Q l. QW 5, an Q iid ,fi gs, ff Juniors ,, 2' , . . . ,,., . . kfi' 5 J -33 P- ' -- '- Qu' 3 .5 arf i l 2 'M ' ' ' if 1 f::'7 li A' a , , . . by . I V A' I 5 A A lzl r 'T ii 1' ,. 52' ..,..,. 47 I , , , ' in f V. , ' '- , 1 V . A, - , XL . ..., tl .Q g . 3 ,lv A M F ig: 5EfE3,5Eh3Y.,,3EVZ iA A A ,t,,..l -L" Q -K 'r fl- F., , ' ,. Q S J- , ,K if J A ,, LQ, . A r trr . , , ,P lr. U ,. aryl J' , 49 . ., . ,,, . -I . L , ,., was 'I' mi C A, I .- :A if , , if wir A " t t . , . A N -. 1 f i n, PAA y :HP . ',.q I , i ' ,,,.-. W '21 P Y 4.. - A ' . ' ' 5 V f', L . 5" P . , ,. f t M I 1 ,,., f A , M , 3' .Z V .. ,QV ,,.: ,A. tv A , A bi .1132 it . ? P ' it if P l W ' uufu In f, Sl :sl G , 46 5 Q V . :" 9 L , . , Q -,"' ' A ,M f is P , , P Q P 3 ,1, P A ""' L we- . iii ' E f, Y- P P First Row 4 Gehring, Gibbs. Gippert, Goller. Griffin, Gritzmaker, Grubbs. Guilford. Second Row - Hagadorn, Haracourt, Hamden, Hamann. Hartman, Hayes, Hcxyford, Hippert. Third Row - Holiz, Hough, Howell, Ireland, Iasmund, Ieiirey. I. Johnson, L. Iohnson. Fourth Row - Iones. Kcrler, Keller. Kelley, Kirk, Kuney, LaMay, Lang. Fifth Row -e Laudenslager, Leonard, Long. McAdcxm, McCarbery, McEllresh. Merlatt, Meyer. Sixth Row 4 K. Miller. I. Mills. W. Mills, C. Mitchell. Montgomery, Naylor, Nimrichter. Seventh Row - Nolinq, Norvell, Orr, Ost, Palpant. Perez. Peterson, Pierce. Eighth Row A Piier, Plate, Powell, Powers, Quigley, Raburn, Ramsay, Rathbun. 28 Juniors , f x lvv' ll. A ' 'H xt W , . I Y Q 5 Y. N W I ' lf, -..Q , H A- M V A -,- q W t ,,ll W V y S -11 4 W . .fi . i I I : z -4 A I zv- . N L 3,5 2 f, A w 'vii - 1 ' dd - .ul , i . W if , . . .. 1: A NVb . .-V-, in 3 ' - . r , W c . Q Q. I ' Y 1 ,f:. . , , ' 9, nr, ' 3, , Q ff 'AZV .2 W, ii 'Qi yi ! . ' -QA L. 236. " 3' -gif ii' W 5 "Wa i A? ,. Q21 ' j' Q . 'I , . if 4, A W .':,. we A -A2 . .V. . fi! .l ,, . .Q Q . s l 5. 5 1 ,55 . m e Bl A is , ,, Lfr, M, x WX A, W: 271 V N7 K if fg , 'fi' fable l' L T' ,,. fi Q , 'Q' M f , f1i..5 ' f 1' , m" r , ' J First How S Raymond, Reed. Rhinehart, Riley, Rinehart. Rion, Roback, Boyer. Second Row - D. Ruesinlc, K. Ruesink, Schaller, Schoonover, Schultz. Seay, Schaffer, Shandley. Third Row - Shaneour, Simonds, B. Smith, Marguerite Smith, Marjorie Smilh, Russell Smith, Soncrant, Southwell. Fourth Row - Stankeveh. Stark, Steuwe, Stockwell, W. Stockwell, Sweet, Tidswell, Timmins. Fifth How - D. Tornow, I. Tornow, Tracy, Turner, VanEtten, VanGorder, VanVa1kenburg, Ves- celius. Sixth Row -- Vitek, Vogel, Waid, Walworth, Waits, Weaver, Westgate, Wetterholt. Seven'h How -- Willett, Willey, B. Williams, H. Williams. I. Williams, Willnow, Wolfe, Woodring, Zook. 29 Gary Garrison, Ted Mitchell. lim Bailey. Seated - Susie Richards. Freshman Class Uffitzers lim Bailey. the very capable president of the Freshman class. ranks as an up-and-coming athlete. He stands out in football, basketball, and track. The vice-president, Ted Mitchell, is immediately popular with everyone who meets him. He is interested in farming and active in FFA. The pretty miss who writes the minutes for the Freshman class is Sue Richard. Sue is in GAA, Student Council, and was a member of the home- Coming court. The bank book is in the hands of Gary Garrison. Gary participates on the swim and tennis teams. He also leads his home room as president. This page is sponsored by Hathaway Iewelry 30 Freshmen , at H . " 5A N ' F , W W D Q F- xr.. H f in r "' . ""':' T V ',:" is ' -5 il ' A f ,vi t , 5 + 5 , . , fi ik? . . -r ju . 1 ' L,,- f " I M V Q : - iii , irse l f e ' - ff 5 Q ,. 9, ' .VA1- I F A I V X ya n g 6k ,v,: I V 3 1 V ,V . i'..2?"1 + 7' ., " 'l MJ? , it ..,, ,Wg n f Wa' In Q XE .. .V wi I Q. L5 1 :' in 7 ' ' .7 5 3 V 45 h- - V ",, E H - , t -1 , , tx L l + i g' .- , ' 4, , :-X . A A '-: "' r t ' i ' . V' 'I gli ffl ,fy i y 4? fa A .1 i , I J , : V Q I t , yu In . . e , .lew- 'W Z is Y I 5 f x ! ' ' W' . y 1'1 A , - 'fL .t Q if . . 15, S I l 2 r -- ,, ,,A. f 11, M 5 5 iqz , ' V ' b..' Epi Aga ,W 2 . N Y . A gil .4 V I W , f I' M VA : -' , " " A 'Sk i' ! C ' , ,E,: gl V 'Q r , MQ , , EI. . V G ,, ' l if ,W . is . r W , ' r if ie F e r y i i f . r fi E' 5 3 . , i 2 , ,F s. , Q , ,' + : 54 :arf S i ' -fr 3 Eff :Egfr at , First Row 3 Ackley, Aldrich, Allen, Allshouse, Atkins, Bacus, D. Bailey, I. Bailey. Second How - Ball, Barker, Beaubien, N. Bennett, R. Bennett, Berndt. Blohm, Boonstra. Third Row H M. Borton, P. Borton, Bournes, Boyd. Bridges, Brill, Bringman, Brininstool. Fourth Row - Brockway, Brown. Burrow, Butler. Callahan, Campbell, Cheser, Clegg. Fifth Row - Comfort, Connin, Cook, Crisler, Curtis, Demlow, Dempsey, D. Dennis. Sixth How - I. Dennis, Dibble, Dougherty. Downard, Dunbar, Duncan, S. Dunn, P. Dunn. Seventh Row - Dunning, Ehinger, Everts, Faust, Fetzer, Fisher, Foerster, Frazier. Eighth Row - Fruth, Gardner, Garrison, Gatt, Green, Greenwald, D. Grimes. M. Grimes. 31' G 911 , Q , Xa W 2 V 4 a 1 af fn ,, V, ,,,: ,YW 'X sw K x 5 vw f ,Q V I ,f Q Freshmen , , '-' , " 5 , A r Q' Y ' Q , ,,. b 1 ,, L , L s L 1 1..,: , " , I ,.V- AA, ,, A , -i N , f 1h E ! ,4:f, l ' Q: -.'3 if 'G V L Q W :,' 'S - .9 i-HS ."L:'1 . Q., -1, -1, 3 ' yt , , M W , V, , 5 , f V 4.3 v,,,.:,-tg.. .. , I I., rj by I F , -may x Qin L, wg if If P., 7 'I V ,cw S Y is lk ,, .. , ff .L af '55 4 , - .- . , 'V . , ,, -J, ?5, Q , SJ T W1 v . , f, , Q ,L ., , , ,xQ,,, .V, , l 1 on fa , , ,, ,L i t , M , 1 iA , L 'AE , a it ,:,, . A . -'x': , , ,:, , , Ks.. , N , ' . iff' '. fi-,Q V W A V --, f f we L. A' , S l ia 7 ' A Q 1 as if , , , , ,W is 5 Mg? fr Q if .. .y 1 swf ' ff WE, , ' . ,Q , 1' . Wk 2 5 73W 5., , I ,,,, me if 'Afl it L, f 'V' A A fm '-"' , iii S fifitli '1 L livv if . , l, ..., , .. . - -yy AM rg? ig I, E fx , , J S L 1-"6 , fs? L , ,, me , ,Tn fx if rf. ' , rp , b , A Q 3 I fy' V :gfg -::. 1 , ' Q ., Q I I , I J A ,LS Q 1 . 'Q ' First Row - Gritzmaker, Hall, Handerson, Harcourt, Harkness, Harrington, C. Harris, B. Harris. Second Row - V. Harris, Hartung. Harvey, Hauch, Hawley, Hayden, Herd, Hickok. Third Row - Hoeit, Hoisington. Hull, Hunt, Hyder. Irwin, Isaacson, Iacobs. Fourth Row - Iohnson, E. Jones, Kelley, Kemp, Kindinger. Knisel, Lacy. Fifth Row - Lamley, Lane, Leonard, Lloyd. Love. Loveland, Lutz, Mann. Sixth Row - Mansfield, Mapes, Martinson, Maynard, McAfee, McDonald, McElroy, Meyers. Seventh Row - I. Miller, R. Miller, Milligan. Morgan, Mort. Bernard Mueller, Betty Mueller, Muench. Eighth Row -- Myers, Nearhood, Norvell, Oram, Parker, B. Pate, R. Pate, Patmos. 32 ' , ,,. , it " 21" wi 5 S ? 5 fi 'ml is-' 1' if 59" A 2' ,3 gr- 3 ,L , y . 1 Freshmen r1i" , i, ,e i I , . -, f - ' 1 " ' g A Q , A M? F 2 ' Q r ,,.,., ff . - Y .f., Uh A, f. ,,,, , i n t P r 4' V ,l g f was S VQ I :-, f , - I .!E,, f f P P P Q S, S ' 'P S L ' A ii r. r "' -1 1 F 1 ' , I , Q: f..' 2 T 5 ' 5 5, -.,. wig, f'. ' Hz. Q f-:, 22' ' iw: I2 cl if :'A 1 iiifl . in ag 9 n f, rr, rr ,Q A , S S , b, 55 , 1 ' J K 'V , , A v. y ,' fi 1' K' Q, A ,..,, K ' " ffv'.if f.,' j ' aim ,, , , . . , he t .,.fREr1K:l S 2 . Q, f if Q A . S , f:.'A - , it it ' , iw ,'L ' ! ' , , r ,. is ,vm :AV lg vtt- W9 5. , ff P ,fa f' A9 E :.frz:??' .. 1 et W r gre , fs- fi , ' wt 'iff ' ' i t yx ff ' F .- , I I ' I ls, ll. . W I ll . VIL il ,-Edi kyg' EQQ, - :A KJV? ' ' ' 'fin 'i', :' J 42, .A First Row - Pence Perkins Pe'erson Poley Porter E P t , , . , , , . 0 es, N. Potes, Powell. Second Row - Raloti, Raymond. Reed, Reyes, Rhinehart, Richard. Roback, Rollcxson. Third Row - Rose, Schafer. B. Schultz, G, Schultz, Secrrles, Service, Shcmeour, Shutes. Fourth Row - Simpkins, B. Smith, C. Smith, R. Smith. O. Snyder, S. Snyder, Stair, Stcmkeveh. Fifth Row - Stomko. Stoner, Tczrver, Tatum, Tollord, Townsend, Trotter, Turner. Sixth Row - VcmDoren, Wczrcl, R. Warner, S. Warner, Weaver, Weisenfelder. Welch, B. White. Seventh Row - L. White, Wickmczn, Willett, Willnow, W' t W ' ' in ers. olie, Wright, Youkum, Zimmerman. 33 mf' J First How - Roger Hagadorn, Lynn Marvin, Ioe Righter, Ed Baltz, Dalton Filter, Ted Merriam, lack Kuney, Dale Fleming, lack Birchlield. Doug Greene, Bob Gritzmaker. Second Row - Paul Hook, Manager: Gayle Fisher, Bruce Corley, Iohn Miller, Pu Vogel, Bill Hippert, Bob Howell, Lester Lane, lack McDonald, Harry Williams, Manager. Third Row - q Art Beaudry, Loren Willy. Iack Williams, Stanley Plate, Merrill Bales, Bill Harris, Ierry Turner. Missing - Archie Meyers, lack Dempsey. Fnnthall The Adrian High School football team, coached by lim DeSpain, tailed to Win a single game during the 1950 season. In spite of the poor record, the Adrian fans stayed behind their players yelling in hope of a victory. At the end of the season, twenty-four hard Work- ing boys remained on the squad. These boys deserve much praise for their continuous effort. 34 A bad break came early in the year which hindered the team consider- ably. Briggs, our left end, broke several bones in his foot after making several successful gains. Additional minor injuries occured during the season which also hindered the squad's performance. Adrian lost to their old rivals, Monroe, 26-0. A banquet was held at the close of the season in honor of the squad. All- American Dorne Dibble was guest of honor. Pictures of the Notre Dame- Michigan State game were shown to the parents, players and guests. Dale Fleming was awarded a trophy by the Adrian Telegram for having been elected most valuable player and honorary captain by his teammates. Dale and Ron Briggs also received honorable mention for Twin Valley team. This page is sponsored by Dove Brothers' Hooters 35 Front Row f Margie Babbitt, Susie Richards. Hack Row - Pat Fox, Mary Miller. Queen Shirley Ladd, Dee Karlek, Icmet Hartung. In keeping with a long established tradition, the students of Adrian Senior High School again selected a football queen to preside over the Adrian vs. Monroe football game. Their selection was that beautiful, vivacious Senior whom we all know, Miss Shirley Ladd. The queen and her court, which included the following: Pat Fox, Dee Karlek, Mary Miller, Sue Richards, Margie Babbitt, and Ianet Hartung were introduced to the town in a parade which immediately followed the pep meeting. The formal crowning of the queen was performed during the half, by Iack Block, President of Student Council. Following the game was a dance in the Senior Gymnasium in honor of the queen and her court. 36 f 5 HAWK AIKEN CHQ Ds KC? Q-nc' Maru J ,Q 3 1 I .- ind: of V it , S L. f '2" W 'X A , 1 , ' 3, , f X15-E ' 4.,, , 5: jf' A -Z .- 5 , Q q 3' Ea 5? fbi jy k VV ff, 'xy I , M I ' 4 H 2Mnv:x3 :11.fa5ArUNP A L 2 gd.-ff A 1 4ff5CEuu5 1- Ig .fzaossmwf Q - , ' A x ii Mfwfffff ff m 0. vwouesow' I .sw TIMNIVJ 37 Front How A- Ruesink. Babbitt, C. Gritzmaker, Hansen, Hartung, Glover. Second Row - Speigel, M. Harrington Dowling, Trotter, Seay, Lantis, Cox. Third Row - Van Tuyl, Potts, Wickman, Stankeveh, Mary Miller, Myrna Miller, R Gritzmaker. Fourth Row - Bradley, Schultz, Ezelle, Ladd, Damon, R. Hagadorn, Yoakum. Fifth Row - Greene, N. Harring ton, Mott, Michener. H. Hagadorn, Bales, Garrison. Sixth Row A Creger, Goodes, Frazier, Hough, Bender, Kingsbury Sunderland. Gray, Giiiord. Bunster Iiluh This year the Booster Club has proven to be a very active and important club-about-school. Under the experienced leadership of Elsie Hansen and Clarice Gritzmaker, with Treasurers Dave Ruesink and Walt Glover and Sec- retaries Margie Babbitt and Ianet Hartung lending an assist, the Boosters, which were comprised of Miss Sherman's 3rd and 6th hour Speech classes, have sponsored dances, sold tickets, and handled the Thanksgiving and Easter programs. They have also sent a Christmas Basket to a needy family and done many other worthwhile things. This page is sponsored by Morrison 62 Riehl Drug Company 38 Front Row - Peele. Brown. Smith, Marvin. Second Row - Koehn. Ruesink. Evert, Ward, Spiegel. Babbitt. Meyers, McAdam. Block, Raymond. Third Row - Creger, Ezelle, Stankeveh, Freidrich, Mott, Culver. Back Row - Hough, All-Schunl Pla Miss Sherman again directed the successful All-School Play, "Cheaper by the Dozen." Skala. On November 30 and December 1, 1950 the bombshell of activity burst at 8:00 P.M. at the Armory as the curtain went up on Act I in the Gilbreth family living-room. The setting of a typical home in the 1920's was an ideal atmosphere tor the red-haired Gilbreth family to go through their growing pains. THE CAST Mr. Frank Gilbreth ...... ............... P ete Hine Mrs. Gilbreth ............. .,.......,........ L iz Ezelle Anne ..,............ ........ I oanne Freidrich Frank ....... ................ I ack Block Ernestine ..,.. .......... P eggy Meyers B111 ........... ........ L ynn Marvin Fred ....,. ,......,.. D avid Smith Martha .... ......... M argie Babbitt Lillian ...... ....... S haron Ward Dan .......... ......... D avid Peelle Iackie ......... ............ B ob Brown Ioe Scales ........ .................... P aul Hook Miss Brill .,.........., ....... F rances McAdam Mrs, Fritzgerald ..... ....... F rances Spiegel Doctor Burton ..... ............ B ob Creger Larry .......,.,...., ......... D ick Mott Stage Managers - Chairman, Chuck Skala: Russ Raymond, Larry Goodes, Fred Hough, Paul Koehn, Gorman Culver. Assistant Directors - Chairman, Mary Iane Stankevehg Mary Lou Hammond. Shirley Ladd. Carol Rutter, Kathryn Evert. Meredith Harrington, Sue Campbell, Sharon Foerster, David Ruesink. Faculty Assistants - Mr. Lutz, financial advisor: Mr. Hampton, ticket sales and ushers: Miss Wilsberg, costume consultant: Miss Sparks and Miss Shepard. make-up: Mr. Yarman, critic: Mr. Carlson, industrial arts. 39 Front How i Fisher, Dempsey, Hook, Baltz. Second Row - Birchiield, Greene, Fleming. Briggs. Third Row W- Coach Nelson. Merriam. Manager Iohnson Basketball Varsit This year the Maples started the season with one returning letterman, Iack Birchfield. The new basketball coach, Clift Nelson, had to start from scratch to build a team. Finally he got a working combination late in the season and the Maples won a few games. In the tournament the Adrian team won their first game against Bedford. Then the Maples lost out against the Tecumseh team. Adrian's basketball record was 4 wins and 12 losses. But even with such a poor record the team played very good ball. Bad luck then hampered the team in the way of injuries. lack Dempsey turned his ankle and was out for two games. He came back and Iack Birch- field then turned his ankle and was out oi the game for quite a while. Ted Merriam also turned his ankle and was out for one game. We might say the Maples were made to say "ankle," Paul Hook, lack Birchfield and Dale Fleming received honorable mention in Twin Valley. This page is sponsored by Dr. L. K. Cox 40 Front How W- Smith, Hayden, Dunbar, Bailey. Second How Lane, Howell, Holtz, Corley, Third Row 7 Coach Sullivan, Bennett, Clegg, MacDonald. Basketball Heserves This year the basketball reserves under the direction of Coach Sullivan had the same trouble as the varsity, however, there were a number of players who improved and played inspired ball. Next year, many of the reserves will make up the Varsity. Coach Nelson next year probably will have the same trouble as he had this year. He w.ll have only two lettermen returning and the team will lack height. 41 Front Row - B. Wolfe, Miller, Duncan, G. Garrison, Bailey, Lutz, Handerson. Second Row - Schoonover Camburn. Bales, R. Wolfe, Kater, Bolz, Connin. Zook. Third How - Dart. Iefiery, Block, L. Wolfe, R. Garrison, Perin Manager Buskirk, Coach Hazen. Swimming Squad This year's swimming squad was highly successful with a score of nine meets won and two lost. They came in third in the State Championship and won the Medley Relay Cup. We certainly owe our gratitude to a fine group of hard working boys who have piled up an excellent record. The schedule of the meets was as follows: School We They here Ypsilanti Central ......... .... 5 8 26 there Univ. High ................. .... 5 2 32 here Trenton ....................... 55 20 here River Rouge .................. 44 39 there Ypsilanti Roosevelt ......... .... 5 4 30 there Ypsilanti Central ......... 60 Z4 here Univ. High ................. .... 3 4 43 there Trenton ....................... 48 36 there River Rouge .......................................,. ,....................... 5 0 31 here Ypsilanti Roosevelt ..........................,.,........................... 39 45 March 2 G 3-State Championship-Ann Arbor-Third Place. 57 26 Heavy Point Winners were: Rollo Garrison, LaVon Wolfe, Richard Cam- burn, Iohn Ieffrey, and Robert Wolfe. We had an unusually high number of freshmen letter winners this year who will aid us greatly in the future meets. They are: Richard Bailey, Garry Garrison, Bill Lutz, George Mort, Bruce Wolfe, and Donald Faust. We were also fortunate, to have a manager such as George Buskirk. 42 Girls' Swim Team The 1950-51 season marked the first full schedule of competition for the Adrian Girls' Twim Team. The team was under the direction of Miss Lois Beechler and co-captains this year were Iill Vescelius and Clarice Gritzmaker. The girls battled every inch of the way in their four dual meets only to be met with defeat. The feminine narators came through with a fine spirit. Their schedule was: Score Ianuary 19-Toledo Club --- here ............. .. ......... 39-36 Ianuary 26-Detroit City Club -- there ....,.. ....... , .37-30 February 2-Toledo Club - there ........, ......... 3 9-36 February 16-Detroit Club here ....,............,....,....................................................................................... 41-25 The team will lose the services oi only one swimmer through graduation, Clarice Gritzmaker, breastroker and diver. The girls attended three championship meets. March 24-Girls' State Championship at Detroit. Judy Iasmund placed 3rd in 100 yd. backstroke. March 28-Novice Meet in Detroit. Frances McAdam placed 2nd in 40 yd. breastroke. Relay team took 3rd. March 31-Women's State Championship at East Lansing. Frances McAdam placed 4th in 100 yd. breastroke. - First Roy-C. Gritzmaker, I. Vescelius, A. Soncrat. Second Row-Coach Beechler, C. Nay- lor, I. Iasmund, R. Pierce, I. Patmos, F. McAdam. Third Row - Timmins, D. Toliorcl, N. Toliord, Y. Gritzmaker, 43 Chair First Row, left to right - Buffer, Sinclair, Galnares, Townsend, Esles, Allen, Gippert, Campbell, Gardner, Mueller. Sec ond Row, left to right A- Ward Hamden, Milligan, Dempsey, Harriman, LaMay, Wiker, Miller, Quigley, Van Valkenberg Sines. Third Row, left to right - Callahan, Carler, Foerster, Baer, Miller, Mackintosh, Ladd, Galloway, Gilhouse. Clough Boyd, Hammond, Bloom. Fourth How, left to right M- Laudenslager, Muench. Richards, Piler, Williams, Horton, Clegg, Gritz maker, Wall, Poling. Fifth Row, left to right -V Miller, Gardner, Bridges, Lane, Garrison, Iohnston, Birchlield, Hough Goodes, Kingsbury, Hine, Mueller. Not there -- Ezelle, Emerson, Spiegel. Girls' ncal Ensemble l i 1 l Front Row - Spiegel, Baer, Sines. Townsend, Sinclair, Ruiier. Back How - Ralofl, Friedrich, Galloway, Laudenslager. Gilhouse, Estes. This page is sponsored by Marbro's 44 Chnir The Senior High School Choir has furnished music for numerous school and community events in the past year. Among some of the special events were the Variety Show, publc concert, special assemblies, and the District and State Festivals. The Cho'r also furnished half-time entertainment at a basketball game and presented an operetta. OFFICERS President ............. ....... I ack Birchiield Vice President ..................... ......... L arry Goodes Secretary and Treasurer ........................................ Richard Iohnson Librarians ...................,................ Mary Miller and Elizabeth Ezelle Managers .......... ........ S hirley Ladd, Mary Lou Hammond, Mike Clegg, Frank Gritzmaker Girls' Ensemble The ensemble did a very fine job this year in talent shows and various assemblies. The above girls and Mr. Rainier should be very proud of their job. ariely Shnw 1. Birchfield, Boyd. 2. Hansen, Block. 3. Bradley, Glover. 4. Hine. Birchiield. 5. Fox, Rlchard, Foersier, 6. Boyd, Ezelle, Goodes. Williams. Timmins. Ladd. Hammond, Laudenslager, Galloway. Miller, Townsend. 45 First How - Skala, Terpeney, Wetterholt. Harris, Naylor, Bierlein, Burgess, Bird, Peele, White, Bailey, Harris. Second Row - Bowerman, Meyer, Curtis, Dart, Campbell. Thompson, Fuss, Spiegel, Small, Ruesink, Barnes, Damon. Kimpel. Coy. Third Row - Bradish, Soncrant, Shaneour, Casper, Smith, Ashley, Miller. Gottschalk. McAdam, Mum- iord. Ahleman, Frazier, Kelly, Cox. Fourth Row - Grubbs, Smith, Baer, Laudenslager, Deming, Harrington, Bender, Frazier, Chaloner, Oram, Clapper, Bliss, Iasmund, Myers. Missing - Sunderland. Band The band, under the direction of Alvin Bohms, has taken part in many scholastic and civic activities throughout the year. This year the band was outfitted with new uniforms which made them look very classy. The band put on some very colorful shows during half-times at the football games. They also furnished music for the basketball games, pep meetings, and parades of all kinds in the city and for the school. The Sickle Staff on behalf of the student body wish to extend their appreciation to the band its director for their fine work. apleaires The Mapleaires, under the able direction of A1 Bohms, have been the pride of the school. The Mapleaires have played at school dances and at various other activities through the year. After practicing through the summer vacation months and also during the school year, the Maple- aires have become one of the top dance bands in high school ranks. Many thanks to all of the members of the Mapleaires and to its director for their fine Work. l Front - Alvin Bohms, Front Row - Soloist, Mueller: Soloist, Laudenslager, Barnes, Terpeney, Wetterholt, Damon, Skala. Bender. Second Row-Lutz, Smith. Ahleman, Ashley, Mumlord, Miller, Chaloner, Bliss, Clapper, Oram. 46 Front Row - Rose, SharAnn Snyder, Winters, Grimes, Engel, E. Miller, Nimrichter, Hornby, Keller, A. Reyes. Second Row - Gibson, Kishpaugh, Seeck, Walworth. Allen, Byrd, Iohnson, Platt, Golienbis, Warner, Curtis. Third Row - MocCarberry, B. Smith, Bradish, C. Reyes. Sondra Snyder. Ruessink, Grubbs, Thompson, Myers, Bowerman. Bierlein, Burgess, Harris. Back How - Ball, Robinson. rlzhestra The orchestra, under the direction of Miss Kellogg, has taken part in a number ot community and school activities this year. They have furnished music ior both the All-School and Senior Plays. This year the orchestra sponsored the University ot Michigan Orchestra and gave a public program in order to get the people ot Adrian more interested in music. String Ensemble The string ensemble and Miss Kellogg have been very active this year. They have furnished music tor entertainment at many clubs and P.T.A. functions. Nimrichter, Ball, Grimes, Snyder. Miller, Hornby. This page is sponsored by Marbrds 47 Fleming, Friedrich, Karlek, Block, Richards, Baer, Creqer. Panelhrnup Out of an increasing demand tor a discussion on school problems, seven people were appointed by the Student Council to lead such a project. The second hour in Study Hall in Ianuary was the scene of a panel discussion on the blue-jean problem, and other pertinent questions. Serving on the panel were the Student Council officers and a representative from each class. Pnnl5hnw The annual water pageant this year was entitled, "Circus on Parade." The theme was excellently carried out with horses, clowns, rope walkers, a merry-go-round, and a ferris wheel. Eighty students participated and over 700 spectators jammed the bleachers. lt was directed by Miss Lois Beechler and Miss Alberta Gardner of the physical education department, lt was sponsored by the Girls' Athletic Deparment. Left: Mchdam, Vescelius. Center: Gritzmaker. Right: Iasmund, Patmos. Top: Pierce 48 Left to Right- Heather Westgate, Frances Spiegel, Delores Karlek, Carol Ruffer, Carol Houch, Ianet McAfee, Sue Richard. Bob Wolfe, Lowell Kafer, Stanley Plate, Lynn Dibble. Richard Bennett, Don Welch. Standing - Carol Muench, Louise White, Iack Block, Bob Creger, Russ Raymond, Tom Oram. Student Ilnunlzil President ............ ........ I ack Block Vice-President ...... .............. B ob Creger Secretary ........... ....... I oanne Friedrich Treasurer .................................................. Delores Karlek The Student Council has had a very successful year under the guidance of Mr. Davidson. Among the many social events that the Council has under- taken are Monroe-Adrian Homecoming, dances after the football and basket- ball games, the All School Banquet, and the Sponge Week activities. A group of delegates was sent to a mock United Nations conference at Hillsdale College on April 20-21. The Council elected nine students to serve on a Student-Faculty Citizen- ship Committee set up by Mr. Hayden. Other standing committees are the social committee, athletic committee, curriculum committee, and professional assembly committee. Guest tickets were established for all school dances. New mirrors have been installed in the girls' rooms. A panel discussion was held in January and more of them are being provided for. Let's give the Council a vote of thanks for the good work that they have done. 49 Front Row - Iack Block, Chuck Skala, Paul Koehn. Tom Gray. Back Row - Dale Fleming, Iack Birchfield, Ted Merriam. .Iuninr Hntarians Seven boys of Adrian High School had the honor, this year, of being selected as Iunior Rotarians. The boys were selected by the faculty after consideration was given to their scholastic records and citizenship. Each Ro- tarian attends the Rotary meetings for a month to become acquainted with the organization of this club. At the end oi the school year, the fellows all go back and provide the program for one meeting. This page is sponsored by Herbert A. Tait, D.O. 50 Front Row - Hanson, Harrington. Baer. Myers, Miller, Rufter, Proudioot, Mumford, Friedrich, Ladd, Karlek, Hammond, Iohnson. Back Row - Hook, Culver, Schultz, Block, Skala, Norvell, Gifford, Kingsbury, Sunderland, Flem- ing, Gray. S I P l THE CAST Lizzie ........ ........ S hirley Ladd Doctor Wells ...... ................. D ale Fleming Cornelia ...... ........ P eggy Myers Anderson .................. ........ R ichard Sunderland Billy ..,....... .............. T om Gray Richard Fleming .......... .................. T ed Merriam Brooks ...... ..... ......... . I im Gifiord Reginal Beresford ...... ................... I ack Block Dale ....,., ......... I oanne Friedrich Unknown Man .......,. ........ E d Norvell - .-,i New--f --val The hard working stage managers and assistant directors were: Charles Skala, Paul Koehn, Norm Shultz, Gorman Culver, Larry Goodes, Dick Kingsbury, Richard Iohnson, and Paul Hook. The assistant directors are Mary Hammond, Esther Baer, Delores Karlek, Pat Proudfoot, and loyce Miller. This page is sponsored by Excelsior Laundry 51 Easter Play. Sponge Week. Watts, Babbitt, Hansen, Goodes. Friedrich, Proudtoot. Hansen, Harrington. Gifford. Treat. All-Snhnnl Banquet Those who attended the '51 All-School Banquet came prepared to cheer the hero and hiss the villian, for this year's theme was the good ole' "Gay Nighties." The busy chairman for this gala event of the year, was Clarice Gritzmaker, who, with Mr. Strobel, succeeded in presenting us with a very fine program. After a delicious dinner ot Southern-Fried chicken, M. C. Walt Glover took over, capping his record career of 4-year participation in the All-School Banquet, masterfully. He introduced such acts as Les Lane, Strong UD man, Pat Fox and her dancing girls, Gracie Townsend, Tom Gray and Dale Fleming, Comedians CD, and several other entertaining acts. Of course, the high-spot of the evening occurred with Roy Keller, ya'll, and his Smoky Moun- tain Revue, and the DeSpain Players, adding several new members, who enacted a highly dra- matic sequence, dreamed-up by the composition classes, entitled, "The DeSpain School for Lan- guid Lassies." After a floor-show, a dance was held, and it may be truthfully stated that a lovely evening was enjoyed by all. 52 t l t 5 t 3 S 1 J KM First Row - Gritzmaker, Stankeveh, Seay, Galloway, Trotter. Second Row - Hammond, Ezelle, Boyd, Hoett. Third Row - Hagadorn, Merriam, Skala, Creger, Sudborough. The Maple Leaf The Maple Leaf did a fine job of circulating the news around school this year. Under the capable direction of Miss Sherman, the following staff should be pretty proud of their work: Editor in Chief ........ ........ C huck Skala Assistant Editor .......... ......... B ertha Seay Editorial Editor ........ ....... I udy Callaway Sports Editor ........ .............. ....... R o ger Hagadorn Feature Editor ......... ............................... Clarice Gritzmaker Business Managers ....... ........ T ed Merriam, Roger Hagadorn, Robert Creger Circulation Manager ....... ..........,............ B ertha Seay Exchange Editor .............................................. Mary Lou Hammond Reporters ..,....................... Liz Ezelle, Helen Damon, Shirley Hoeft, Mary lane Stankeveh, Marian Trotter, Lou Boyd, Don Sudborough This page is sponsored by Dr. E. E. Buskirk 53 First Row - Vescelius, Gritzmaker, Hansen, Blanchard, Buffer, Proudfoot, Lantis. Second Row -- Guilford, Aldrich, Seay. Soncrant. Shaneour. Iohnson, Schnieder, Karlek. Third How g Iasmund, Crown, Laudenslager, Orr, Baer, Baldwin, Mumford. Fourth Row 4 LaMay, Naylor, Simonds, Casper, Emery, Steuwe, M. Miller, Fox, Hammond. Fifth Row - Patmos, Ost, Richard, Friedrich, Ladd, Wickman. Damon, Ezelle, Garrison. liirls' Athletic flssnciatinu The Girls' Athletic Association is for the purpose of promoting better sportsmanship among the girls of our school and also to create a Wider interest in sports for girls. Meetings were held the first Tuesday of each month and intramurals consisted of soccer, volleyball, basketball, bowling, softball and swimming. Any girl is eligible who has earned 150 points. The main project was the swim show "Circus on Parade", which was held in March. This, along with other projects, made the club a big success. The club is under the capable leadership of Miss Beechler. OFFICERS President .......... ........... I o Friedrich Vice-President .... ......... D elores Karlek Secretary ....... ........... P atty Proudfoot Treasurer .......... ....... C larice Gritzmaker Point Recorder ....... ....... C arole Garrison Historian .......................................................................... Carol Buffer This page is sponsored by Howard H. Heffron, M.D. 54 Front Row f Bradley, Hook, Gritzmaker, Iohnson. Second Row - Baltz, Ryder, Dempsey, Bales, DeSpain Third Row - Green. Block, Glover, Turner. Fourth Row - Briggs. Fleming, Merriam. Birchfield. Varsit " " The Varsity "A" Club is composed of those boys who have the ability and ambition toward winning a letter in any phase of our sports system. Each year the club sponsors different activities. This year they helped in the sale and distribution of Easter seals, and helped finance those activities that needed assistance. Among these were the banquet for the 1950 football squad. OFFICERS President ...... ...... R on Briggs Secretary ..... ........ T ed Merriam This page is sponsored by Shepherd dl Stoll 55 First How - Noling, Treat, Mumford, Nimrichter, Mansfield. Second Row+Ladd, Casper, Stankeveh, Herri- man, Timmins, Campbell. Third Row -- Tuttle, Anderson, Small, Ieftrey, Lamley, Norvell. Fourth Row - Gray, Kemp Palpant, Gifford. French Eluh Under the guidance of its new sponsor, Miss Tuttle, this year's French Club, although limited because of its reduced membership. was an interesting organization. Highlights of the activities were the initiation in October and the Christmas party, at which typical French customs were observed. OFFICERS President ........... ........................... ......... I o hn Ieitrey Vice-president ...... .............. I im Gifford Secretary .......... ................ M arilyn Casper Treasurer ...,................... ......... M ary Iane Stankeveh Program Chairman ......... ................... I ean Mumford Senior Advisor ........... ....... S hirley Ladd This page is sponsored by G. H. Wynn, M.D. 56 First Row - Stanko, Reys, Williams, Gritzmaker, Rufier, Milligan, Calahan, Guadelupe Galnares. Second Row - Schill, Vescelius. Burgess, Baldwin, Iohnson, Reed, Nearhood. Third How - Greene, Borton, I. Miller, Martinson, Gallaway, Shaneour, Schwartz, Moore. Fourth Row - Patmos, Hyder, Hammond, Hoeft Garcia Fuller, Gonzola Gal- nares, Barker, M. Miller. Pitth Row -- Goodes, Iones, Cardinal, Haytord, Hough, Ezelle, Garrison. President .... ............. S ally Roberts Vice-President ...... ..... M ary Lou Hammond Secretary ...... ...... B everly Williams Treasurer ...... .,..... I oyce Miller New members were welcomed into the Spanish Club after a grueling initiation. To become a member of this club, a student must receive at least a B average in Spanish. Mr. Sullivan was the very capable advisor. This page is sponsored by Adrian Dairy 57 Front Row-Schaler, Potts, Guadalupe. Galnares, Karlek, Gonzala Galnares, Cox, Aldrich. Second Row - Myers, Pierce, Smith, Powell, VanTuy1, Coy, Mansfield, Lacey. Third Row - Crow, Case, Raloft, I. Powell, Gehring. Van Gorder, Lantis, M. Schnieder. Fourth Row - Rinehart, Voorhees, M. Powell, Van Etten, Grimes, Miss Neilson, Bower. R. Schnieder, Emery. Selalzn Club The Selaco Club has been very active this year under the leadership of Miss Neilson. The girls have given many parties and they have gone on a trip to Lansing. The oiiicers are: President ......... ...... D elores Karlek Vice-President ...... ................. Y vonne Potts Secretary ...... ........ G uadalupe Galnares Treasurer ...... ...... G onzola Galnares Historian ...... ...... M urial Schnieder Point Chairman ..... ......... R uth Lantis Program Chairman .... ....... M ary Ellen Coy This page is sponsored by Horn's Market 58 Mc!-Xdam. Hine, Coach Yarman. Hoeft. Nearhood. Debate Team This year for the first time since 1949, Adrian entered the debate contests of the Michigan Forensic Association. The four members of the team were under the capable guidance of Mr. Yarman. Working under the handicap of having no experienced debaters on the team, they have an encouraging record of two wins and four losses. With Francis McAdarn and Pete Hine as our affirmative speakers and Lois Nearhood and Shirley Hoeft as negative speakers, the team encountered Lambertville here in their first debate of the season. In this debate the affirma- tive team won and negative lost. In their next encounter, at Romulus, the affir- mative team lost and the negative team won. At Tecumseh the affirmative team lost. In the final debate, at Adrian, the negative team lost. The debates were rated by judges from the University of Michigan. We are happy to say that our entire team of hardworking debaters will be back with us next year. We extend our thanks and congratulations to these people for their fine representation of our school and for all their effort and hard work. This page is sponsored by john R. VanSchaick, O.D. 59 First Row - Hamden, Treat. N. Warner, Betz, Proudioot, Blanchard. Second Row - LaMay, William, Sines Gippert, Baldwin, Schneider, Bower. Third Row - Curtis, Daniels. Gehring, Haggard, Willnow, Miller, Ost, Smith Fourth Row - Goller, Glenn, Hayes, Driscoll, Gibbs, Anderson, Bales. Business Urqanizatinn Class Under the capable leadership of Mr. Lutz, this class has handled many of the sales problems. They have sold football and basketball ads, play tickets and many other tickets. The classwork consisted with the organization of business for profit and many other details that have a hand in organizing business. The officers are: President ............. ........ S ally Roberts Vice-President ...... ....... P atty Proudfoot Secretary ......... ....... I oyce Miller Treasurer ...... ....... T om Curtis This page is sponsored by Westgate-Condra 60 First Row - Mr. Strand, Chuck Mitchell, Tom Oram, Carl Roback, LaVern Shultz, Sidney Iones. Second Row - Roger Roback, Lowell Reed, Gary Lloyd, Stan Plate, Harry Brooks, and Dean Gautz. Third Row - Ted Mitchell, Larry Potts, Gorden Fretwell, Al Peterson, Dale Etter, and lim Gilhouse. Fourth Row - Bob Van Doren, Art Riley, Bob Baker, Bill Rambo, Marvin Canaan, Dave Ruesink, Keith Miller, Roscoe Wilson, Hugo Ham, and Richard Parker. Fifth How - Roger Frazier, Earl Nisbett, Erwin Harcourt, Iohn Mills, Bob Brittain, Percy Shatter, Bob Evans, Ronald Raymond, and Charles Wade. 'n V ' Pl Fl Al OFFICERS FOR 1950-51 President ............ ....... S idney Iones Treasurer ...... ....... C arl Roback Vice President ...... ....... L aVern Schultz Reporter ......... ........... T om Oram Secretary .......,.... ....... C huck Mitchell Advisor ............. ....... F orrest Strand LENAWEE COUNTY FAIR Adrian's vegetable judging team composed oi Roger Frazier, Gary Loyd, Bill Rambo, Lowell Reed won first place in vegetable judging at the 1950 County Fair. EVENTS AND TRIPS TAKEN A trip to Detroit to visit the Ferguson Assembly Plant. a meat packing plant, and the livestock yards was taken by all three Ag. Classes on Nov. 6. Another trip was taken to M. S. C. in East Lansing to attend one day oi Farmer's Week. Delegates were sent to both State and National F.F.A. Conventions. State-Carl Roback and Chuck Mitchell. National-Tom Oram and Earl Nesbitt. A Parent-Son Banquet was held at the Palmyra Presbyterian Church on March 14. A dance sponsored by the F.F.A. was held on April 27. The results of this years District Contest held in Tecumseh are as follows: A second place in Public Speaking was taken by Lowell Reed: a third place in Demonstrations was taken by Gordon Fretwell, Bill Rambo: a iirst place in Parlia- mentary Procedure was taken by Roger Hoback, Ronald Raymond, Ted Mitchell, Robert VcmDoren, and Richard Parker. At the Regional Contest our Parliamentary Procedure Team placed second. Fifteen chickens raised by Keith Miller were taken to Hamilton, Michigan and entered in the Chicken of Tomorrow Contest on April 13. Bl Front Row - Damon, Terpeney, Fisher, Briggs. Second Row -- Dempsey, Corley, DeLaCruz, Baltz, Birchiield, Kafer. Third Row - Williams, Abbe. Anderson. Willey, Smith, Lamley, Ieffrey, Duncan, Hoisington, Coach DeSpain. Back Row - Ehinger, Allen. Harrington, Dibble, Chesney, Lutz, Montgomery, Turner, Wade, Denter. Baseball Baseball got off to an early start this year at Adrian High School. During the early part of March about thirty-five hopefuls answered Iim DeSpain's call for candidates. Only three lettermen will be back from last year's team. They are, Ron Briggs, Jim Terpeney, and lack Dempsey. Coach Despain will not have as hard a rebuilding job as might be expected because during last years summer vacation, this years possible team was organized and played in the City Twilight League. They did as well or better than any of the previous High School teams have done in the City League. If this means anything the High School should have a pretty good team. The lineup for the first game will probably include the following players: Baltz, Terpeney, Damon, Ieffrey, Dempsey, Willy, Birchfield and Fisher. THE 1951 SCHEDULE April 17-Monroe-here April 20-East Lansing-there April 27-Marshall-there May 4-Coldwater-there May 8-Sturgis--here May ll-Battle Creek Lakeview-there May 15-Ann Arbor-here May 18-Albion-here May 21-Hillsdale-here The following players will also see action during the season: Smith, DeLaCruz, Lamley, and Kafer. This page is sponsored by Adrian Laundry Co. 62 Front Row - G. Schultz, N. Rion, R. Wolfe, R. Garrison, L. Wolfe, C. Skala, P. Koehn, P. Hine. D. Zook, and R. Warner. Back Row - R. Bennett, T. Bridges, D. Faust, G. Garrison, B. Sharpe. Coach Hazen, R. Tidswell, R. Bailey, B. Wolfe, C. Harris, and I. Iohnson. Tennis The boys most likely to carry the school hopes are: Charles Skala, LaVon Wolfe, Rollo Garrison, Paul Koehn, Robert Wolfe, Robert Sharpe, Ray Tidswell, Douglas Zook, Donald Faust, and Pete Hine. Some other promising players are: Bruce Wolfe, Gary Garrison, Robert Warner, Richard Bennett, and Richard Baily. The team got off to a good start by defeating the formidable DeVilbis team, who has been the champion of the Toledo City League for the last eleven years, to the tune of three to two. Their current schedule is as follows: April -DeVilbis-here April -Monroe-there April -East Lansing-there April -Coldwater-there April -Ypsi-Roosevelt-there May 5-Twin Valley-there May -Lakeview-there May -eColdwater-here May -Regional May -Ypsi-Roosevelt-there May -Univ. High-there The State Championship meet is on Iune 1 and 2 This page is sponsored by RGS Shoe Store 63 t - 2 . 1 A - it f, l E . - my K Front Row - Fitts, Hough, Beaudry, Fleming, Weaver. Hook. Second Row - Bailey, Perlin, Lane, MacDonald Harris, Miller. Third Row - Doty, Roback. Fitch, Commin, Rathbun, Stover. Back Row - Reid, Brittain, Crisler Loveland. Smith, VanDoren, Coach Nelson. Track Coach Cliff Nelson, when asked about the prospects for this years' track team, said, "This year's track squad will be without the assistance of many lettermen. Students coming up this year cannot replace in width last year's team." There will be a few good prospects in returning letterrnen. Paul Hook ran cr good race in the half-mile last year and Dale Fleming did exceptionally well in the 440. Dave Ryder was hampered last year with sore legs but we are hoping he shall not have that trouble this year. A few of the new prospects are: Wayne Mills in the low hurdles, Mac- Donald in the pole vault and high hurdles, Iim Bailey in distance runs and Lowell Perin in the sprints. SCHEDULE April 12-Napoleon-there April 19-Monroe-there April 26-Coldwater-here April 30-Morenci and Sylvania-here May 5-Albion Relays-there May 12-Twin Valley-Albion May 14-Hillsdale and Tecumseh-here May 19-Regionals May 26-State This page is sponsored by Linehan Realty Company 64 Advertising Director A. B. Park Company .......... ......... Adrian Daily Telegram ........ ......... Adrian Dairy .................................................. Adrian Grain Company ................................ Adrian Federal Savings 6. Loan Ass'n ....... Adrian Laundry Company ............................ Adrian Sales Company ................................ Adrian Salvage .................. ......... Adrian Shoe Repair ...................................... Adrian State Savings Bank .......................... Adrian Tobacco 6. Candy Company .......... Auto Parts Company, Inc. ........................... . A. :S W. Root Beer Stand .............................. Bay's Snack Bar .................. ......... Beck and Egan ................. ......... Berndt's Iewelry ............... ......... Chaloner 6 Company ........ ......... Citizen's Gas Fuel .............. ......... Col1in's Sales 6. Service ........ ......... Commercial Saving Bank ........ ......... 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Main St. Adrian, Michigan Phone 248 70 FRONT ROW: Despain, Hazen, Sullivan. BACK ROW: Nelson. Jim .fork gn. wishes to congratulate . . The Maple Coaching Department for their untiring efforts in teaching fair play and sportsmanship. 71 Compliments of I V Ci IN N MOTEL RESTAURANT GOOD FOOD Corner U. S. 223 ond South Main Adrian SWIGERT BOOK STORE SCHOOL SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS BOOKS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1951 ADRIAN SALVAGE 421 College GASOLINE Fon Less at ADRIAN TOBACCO and PAUL'S H-F LASH CANDY Co SERVICE 1500 W. Maumee WHOLESALE Adrian' Michigan 127 So. Winter St. Adrian, Mich -A' Salsas vim-a GRADUATION GIFTS DISTINCTION jim, Jimmie. 'Wlmle lam, fan, Save Mau, Park, Congratulations to the Class of 1951 COSMETIC SHOP 121 EAST MAUMEE Kathleen Shepherd GLASER GREENHOUSE nowsns Fon Au. occAsloNs 1419 West Maumee Adrian, Michigan DOC'S FRAME AND AXLE SERVICE D. D. DUNLAP Complete Chassis Alignment WHEEL HUB DRUM SERVICE 330 W. 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