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The Sickle Staff has chosen for the 1956 yearbook the theme, "Training for the Race of life."
May we request you to note the following pages:
Three Year Old Entries
A Little Nonsense
Two Year Old Entries
One Year Old Entries
lAlI Sports Trophyl ....
l Dedication 1 .........
lBoard of Educationl . . .
lSickle Stalfl . .
lSenior Playl ....
l Athleticsl ...........
lClubs and Organixationsl
l Advertising! . .
iAutographsl . . .
rH1l'-'z9iii'l3'gf. J' v'i52isah.ie
91 -1 26
On November 2'l, 1946, Mr. Win Schuler of
Marshall donated a trophy to be given to the school
in the Twin Valley League that had the best all
around record in sports. Years later it was decided
to include all conference approved athletics in which
three-fourths of the members participated.
Last year Adrian managed to edge out East
Lansing by 62 to 60 points, when East Lansing was
unable to play their last baseball game because of
wet weather. The game had been scheduled and
rescheduled, but the season was unusually wet. Be-
fore the game could be played the school year had
ended. If East Lansing had played and won this
game against Sturgis, they would have gained the
two points needed to tie Adrian for top honors.
Marshall has had the trophy four times, which
is the most of any of the teams in the Twin Valley
League. Marshall won in 46-47, East Lansing in
47-48, Coldwater in 48-49, Marshall in 49-50, 50-5'l,
5'l-52, Lakeview in 52-53, 53-54, and Adrian in
The points are scored as follows: The four maior
sports, football, basketball, baseball, and track, re-
ceive T6 points for first place, 'I4 for second, i2 for
third, 'lO for fourth, 8 for fifth, 6 for sixth, 4 for
seventh, and 2 for eighth. The four minor sports,
tennis, golf, wrestling, and swimming, are allowed
8 points for first, 7 for second, 6 for third, 5 for
fourth, 4 for fifth, 3 for sixth, 2 for seventh, and
T for eighth.
The trophy is awarded at the fall meeting of
GERALDINE STEWART, B. A.
G is for the goodness and wise guidance
she shed on us throughout the passing time.
E stands for untiring efforts given
for us upon beginning our life's climb.
R means that she's always gay and radiant
with cheerfulness and friendship she's aglow.
A shows us ability that's endless,
for this a million thanks we now bestow.
L is iust because she's such a lady,
her characster is far above reproach.
D points to her driving sense of duty,
her goal of true perfection to approach.
I are her ideals uncompromising,
her Christian way of meeting each new day.
N iust means hernquality of niceness
that always seems to chase the blues away.
E here stands for everything she's worked on
to help us through these last three years of
S is her sincerity and sweetness
and faith in God's own Golden Rule.
T is iust because she's always thoughtful
with patience far beyond all width and length
E means that she sets a fine example,
with dignity of manner, quiet strength.
W shows us she's wonderful in all things,
in anything that she may undertake.
A for good advice that's ever Howing
to help us choose the path that we should take
R points to her special brand of realness,
that quality that's found in all too few.
T shows that we're grateful and we thank her.
This Sickle, Mrs. Stewart, is dedicated to you.
I I . . . V4.VA A K 4 IQIZV I
WILLIAM L. AUSTIN
CHARLES E. HICKMAN
JAMES MO R AN
Y I fi,
Q' 4 '
ROBERT FRELIGH JAMES H. FRIDD JR. ROBERT C. BIRMINGHAM
Tru st ee Trustee Tru steo
The Sickle Staff, on behalf of the students in the City of Adrian, wish to congratuiate the Board of
Education and Supt. Austin for their fine work in presenting to the voters of Adrian the need for a new
high school. They and the City of Adrian may well be proud of this accomplishment.
ROBERT L. HAYDEN
CHESTER E. DAVIDSON
University of Illinois B.E.5 M.A.
American Historyg Sociologyp
Boy's Counselorg Advisor Stu-
HENRY W. LUTZ
University Of Michigan B.A.
Bookkeeping I and II5 Commer-
cial Lowg Commercial Geogrqzh-
yg Business Organizationg Fin-
Wooster College B. 5.5 Bowling
Green State University B.A.
American History M.S.5 Athletic
Albion Collegeg Presbyterian
Training School for Nursesg
Chicago School Nurse.
Advisor, Future Nurses of Mich-
ELSIE A. REEVES
Albion College B.A.g University
Study Hallg GirI's Counselor.
DONALD T. WHITNEY
Central State Teachers College
B.S.7 University of Minnesota
University of Iowa B.S.g M.A.
Choirp Glee Clubp Supervisor of
Western Illinois State College
B.S. Educationg Simmons College
M.S. in Library Science.
Librariang Library Science.
MILDRED M ARMSTRONG
Adrian College B.A.p University
of Michigan M.A.p Columbia Un-
English Literature, English 105
Co-advisor Future Teachers
C. M. BU SACK
Wooster College B.A.g Universi-
ty of Oregon, University of Wash
Spanish, Social Science, Coach,
Baseball and Basketball, Assis-
tant Coach Football.
Western Michigan B.S., M.A.
Physical Education, Jr. High
Swimming, Coach Football.
Albion College B.A.g Olivet Col-
lege M. A., University of Wiscon-
sin Ph.M.g University of Michi-
American Literature, Speech,
Coach, Track and Debate.
Bowling Green State University
Physical Education, Science,
Advisor, Pool Show.
ROBERT J. GILLIS
Adrian College B.S., University
of Iowa, University of Michigan
Biology, Coach, Reserve Foot-
Michigan State Normal College
B.S., University of Michigan MM
Band, Instrument Technique.
E. EDWARD CARLSON
Central State Teachers College
Western Michigan B.S.
Physical Education, Advisor,
Leader's Club, Girls' Athletic
Association, Cheerleaders, and
MARY CRETCH ER
Albion College B.A.5 lllinois
State Normal University M.S.
French, English IO, Advisor,
JAMES DESP AIN
Iowa State Teachers College,
University of Michigan M.A.
Algebrag Geometry, Coach,
LINSEY L. GORDON
Northwestern Missouri State
Teachers College B.S.
CL AUDE R. HAMP TON
Michigan State Normal College
English 10, American Literature,
VELMA G. HAYES
Ball State Teachers College B.S.,
Bowling Green State University
B.S. Education, Northwestern
Latin, Advisor, Latin Club and
HELEN C. HUTCHINS
Western State Michigan College
Art, Advisor, Art Club.
ROY B. KELLER
Ohio State University B.S., M.A.
Physics, Senior Science.
Bowling Green State University
B.S., Northwestern University M.M.
Orchestra, String ln struments .
University of Illinois B.A., Co-
lumbia University M.A.
Home Economics, Cafeteria.
FRANCIS C. HAZEN
University of Michigan B.A., M.A
Jr. High Physical Education,
Coach, Tennis and Swimming.
C. HUBERT HOWE
Western Michigan College B.S.
Western Michigan College B.S.
Assistant Coach, Football and
University of Toledo B. S., Uni-
versity of Cincinnati M. Educa-
Stenogrqahy, Office Practice,
Secretarial Training, Advisor,
LESTER E. MOORE
lowa State College, Ames B.S.
Vocational Education, Purdue
University, Michigan State Uni-
MICHIAL J. MOSKOWSKI
University of Pittsburg, Univer-
sity of Toledo, Gannon College.
CHARLES H. OSGOOD
Michigan State University B.S.
University of Michigan M.A.
Attendance Records and Study
ALICE E. RICHARD
Adrian College B.A., University
of Michigan M.A.
Plane Geometry, Advanced Alge-
bra, Trigonometry, Solid Geome-
try, Counselor, College Prepara-
RUTH E. SH ERMAN
University of Michigan B.A.
English Composition, Speech,
Advisor, Maple Leaf and Drama-
GERAL DINE M. STEWART
University of Michigan B.A.
English 10, World History.
MAX B. SWE ET
Michigan State Normal College
B.A., University Of Michigan M.A.
Chemistry, Advisor, Senior Class,
Coach, Cross Country.
AGNES M. NIELSEN
lowa State Teachers College B.S.,
Columbia University M.A.
Home Economics, Advisor, Selaca
D. DUNCAN PATERSON
Adrian College B.A., University
of Michigan M.A.
Biology, Advisor, Sophomore
C.M.C. College B.S., University
of Michigan M.A.
Typing, Civics, Economics,
Adrian College B.A.
American History, Sponsorship
F. E. STROBEL
Michigan State Normal College
B.A., University of Michigan M.A.
ALVIN R. WYSE
Manchester College B.A., Ohio
State University M.A.
Bookkeeping, Commercial Math-
ematics, Office Practice, Coach,
Reserve Basketball and Reserve
Seated: Lunn, Beebe, Ashley, Hood. Standing: Rubel, Paull, Baker, Hampton, Smith, Schwartz, Oyer, Hill,
Beaubien, Kidd, Bell, Swerman, Sneed. Missing: Bond.
The Sickle Stal? this year is composed of many
more underclassmen than in recent years. The
class, this year, has nine seniors, six iuniors, and
Jane Ashley, the editor of this years Sickle, is
the only member that was a member of the staff
Because we worked a little harder lor more
likely were a little Iuckierl, we were able to get
more ads to help pay for the Sickle this year than
in years gone by.
We have done something this year that has
never been done before-that is, having a theme
for the Sickle. "Training For The Race of Life" was
the title chosen.
A lot of credit must go to our two artists, Delight
Beebe and Ron Sneed, who have done much work
in preparing this edition.
We hope you enioy this years Sickle as much as
we enioyed bringing it to you.
. . . Editor
. . . .Ass't. Editor
. . . . . . .Art Editor
. . . .Ass't. Art Editor
. .Business Manager
. . . . . . .Club Editor
. . . .Sports Editor
. . . . .Music Editor
Ashley . , , , ,
Baker . .
Sneed . .
lunn . . . , ,
Bell ..... . . .
Hampton . . . . .
Hood . .
Beaubien . . .Junior
Bond .... . . .Junior
Hill - - ...Junior
Kidd . - . . . .Junior
Rubel . . ..... Junior
Smith . . ........ Junior
Oyer . . . .... Sophomore
Paull .... .... S ophomore
hl2EE YEAR OlO ENTRIES A
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PRESIDENT PHYLLIS FOX
VICE-PRESIDENT ROBERT HOWARD
TREASURER TOM HOOD
SECRETARY SANDRA GREEN
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS ALLAN SAYLOR
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ROBERT ACKERMAN "Lee" CALVIN ADAMS "Cal" DELORES ALCOCK "Jean"
UH' 0"'IY STQPS talking Whenn "I know l'm not handsome "A contented girl is easy to
Th' YUUCIIUI' CSICS 0 qU95fI9n- but what's my opinion to get along with."
Co-operative Training 2,3. off-,,,.s."
French l, 25
Varsity A 35
Reserve Football 35 Reserve
GRACE ALLISON "Gracie"
"She's a quiet girl-at times."
All School Play 25 Future
Teachers Club 35 Latln Club
'l,2,35 Booster Club 2,35
Leaders Club 3.
DON ALVERSON "AIvy"
"The elevator of success is
not running, so I'II take the
Varsity A 35 H. R. Vice-
Pres. 25 Reserve Basketball
'I5 Reserve Wrestling 35
Poppy Poster Winner, 19545
Football 35 Cross-Country I
Track 2,35 lntramurals 2,3.
Intramural s I, 2.
JANE ASHL EY
"A firm believer in the pow- "She is wise5 she is witty,
er of siIence."
She's in love5 what a pityl"
spanish 2, G.A.A. 1,25 Band
I,25 All-school Play 35
Sickle 2,35 Cheerleader 35
Home Room Treasurer I5
Pool Show l,25 Honor Stu-
MARY R- ATKIN FAITH AVIS "Fay" SALLY BAKER
"Gabriel, b0w0f0I" "Ir is well to think well5 if "She looks quite safe and
Spanish 'l,2,35 G.A.A. l,2,35 is d,yin, fo qcf w,ll," sound, but so does gunpowd-
FUYUYO TGCCIWU 3? Blind If Librcxian 25 Transfer from 97-I'
2,35 Orchestra l,2,35 Maple- S,qffl, 2: CWOP 3, Latin l,2,35 Future Nurses25
alres 2,35 Cornet Trio 35 Sickle 35 Home Room Vice-
All-school play 35 Senior Pres. I5 Sec. 25 Trea s.25
Play5 Spanish Club Secre- Senior Play 3.
tary 25 G.A.A. Historian 25
G.A.A. President 35 Home
Room Secretary and Treasur
"Did anybody lose a silent
Future Nurses Club 2,35
French Club 3.
JANE BARKER LARRY C. BARRON GLADYS BAUGHEY "Sue"
"The south will forever "Given to rare thoughts." "Two names are better than
live when this swoet girl is VCYSIYY A Club 112,35 Wrest- one."
around." ling 1,2535 Cross-country 1, Future Teachers Club 3,
Co-Op 35 Transfer from 25 Track 2,35 Intramurals 25 Sec. 1,25 French Club 2,35
Elaine, Arkongqg 2, Art Poster Contest 2. Latin Club 1,25 Band 1,2535
LEO BEDNARK JR. "Sac" DALE BEEBE
Orchestra 3, Treas. 1,25
Flute Trio 1,2,35 Home Room
Sec. 15 Latin-Club Award 15
French Award 25 Attendance
Award 15 Honor Student.
DELIGHT BE EBE "Doodle"
"A kindly hoo,-9 bloom, in "If women interfere with "Men cmnot always restrain "A bIuo.oyod girl whq'g
its owner's eyes." your work, quit work!" from devilish things: WIN Um lots of fun5 to see hor once
Bond 152,35 Clofinof Quo,-g. Intramurals 1,2,35 Home I to be different?" your heart is won."
et 3. Room Sec. 2. F-F-A I,2,3i B-0-C- 32 Latin 1,2,35 Art Club 1,
Intramurals 1. President 35 G.A.A. 152,35
LARRY BE'-ANGER HLGHY-v NANCY BENNETT "Nance" GARRY BELL
Booster Club 2,35 Girls'
State 25 Leaders Club 1,2,
35 Sickle 35 "RamshackIe
lnn" 25 "Our Miss Brooks"
35 "The Little Dog Laughed"
3: Senior Prom 25 Choir 1,25
Cheerleader 3. Homooom.
ing Court 35
JILL BENNINGTON "JlIly"
"An All-Sgof wo'fo oll for," "SIN WGS full of fun and "A little nonsense now and "It's nice to bo natural when
Vo,-,ily A 112, Tl-ooo 35 sfo. mischief T002 the WCS UIWUYU then is relished by the best you're naturally nice."
dgnt Cggngil 2, T,-ooo, 35 UP to Somefhina 'WW-H of men." Future Teachers 35 Latin 25
Foolboll 1,2135 5,,,k,,5,o5l 3, G-A-A 2.3: B'-'Mtv' Club If Sickle 35 Football Reserve All School Play 35 Senior
Boooooll 112.35 Home Rggm 2137 Sfudinf COUHCII M0"nb0f 25 Baseball Reserve 15 PIay5 Intramurals 2.
Pyoo, 3, Ii Inffamufall 21 All School Wrestling 2,35 Intramurals 2.
Play 15 Senior Play.
BOB BICHARD "Draw" L0lS BOHS "Flash" HARVEY BOLYARD "Harv"
"Young fellows will be "A merry lass was she. "l'm not lazy, iust in love
young fellows." Liked by all wherever she with rest."
Booster Club 35 Intramurals be." Band 15 Baseball Reserve 1,
1,2,35 Baseball 3. Future Teachers Club 35 25 lntramurals 1,2,3.
Latin Club 25 Booster Club
25 All School Play 25 Senior
Play5 Student Council 3.
FRANCES BOSWELL "Fl'Cll'1" JIM BRADLEY "Brad" RITA BRINGMAN "Dabbles" GARY A BROCK "Broch"
"lt's not my fault. lt's the "He used to be bashful and "I could be better ifli would, "And everyday is ladies'
people around me-" shy, but now - - - oh, my!" but it's awful lonesome being dey with me."
Future Teachers Club 35 Intramurals 1,3. good." Reserve Swimming 25 R..
Spanish Club 1,2, Treas. 35 Future Teachers Club 2,35 serve Tennis 25 Choir 25
Leaders Club 15 Student Li- Selaco Club 2,35 Future Co-op 3.
brarian 15 Senior Play5 Mqle Nurses Club 35 Girls' Glee
Leaf 35 Girls Intramurals 1, Club 'I,
35 Senior Prom Committee 2.
HILBERT BROOKS "Bulldog" BOB D. BROWN "Brownie" CLARENCE BYRD NINA BYRD
"A man of few words, but "Dynamite comes in small "Lib,,-qc." HA b.ou,ifuI Charon., B.,
actlon speak louder than packages." "Get thee behind me Satan- hind G mask of qug,fn,,,,'
words." Spanish Club 1,25 Booster ..buf don't push." Cgwpgfqfiyg Training 3,
Transfered from Glen Rogers, Club 25 Intramurals 15 Bgogfgr Club 25 Band 1,25
W. Virginia 35 Football 3- Tennis 3. Orchestra 15 Mapleaires 1,25
Saxophone Quartet 1.
EDDIE CALVIN "Big Ed"
"Every man has a volume
if you know how to read it."
J Yi Hail'
MERRIE CHRISTMAS "Cris"
"She will make a darling
Spanish Club 2,35 G.A.A.
Club 35 Girls' State 25 Choir
1,2,35 Vocal Ensemble 2,35
All School Play 35 Senior
PIay5 Student Council 2,
Vice-Pres. 35 Home Room
I HJ. I'
ELIZABETH CRAIG "Betty"
"Talking, she knows not
why, and cares not what."
B.0.C. 25 Future Nurses
Club 35 Senior Pram Commit-
tee 25 Oratory 3.
MY RNA CAMBURN "Myrnie"
"She's a wonderful gal with
a smile and personality to
Latin Club 1,25 G.A.A. 2,35
Leader's Club 1, Vice-Pres.
2, Pres. 35 Maiorette 1,25
Oratory 2,35 Home Room
President 1,35 Pool Show 1,
jf ,, K
"Happiness is made to be
Swimming Reserve 15 Tennis
GORDON COCH RAN "Gord"
"It depends on a mon's luck
what girl he gets."
Baseball 35 Intramurals 1,2,
35 Home Room Vice-Presi-
I I l,.
PATRICIA ANN CRIST
"She's as sweet as they
Future Teachers Club 2,35
French Club 2,35 Band 1,2,
35 Orchestra 2,35 Clarinet
Trio 1,25 Clarinet Quartet 3.
DOUGLAS CONNIN "Connie"
"Why bother me--? I don't
need to know."
PAUL C. CROW "Flower"
"I'II iust keep pluggin'
F.F.A. 1,2, Secretary 35
Wrestling 25 Intramurals 1,3.
"With her eyes flooded with
MARY LOU CRUIKSHANK
"Her sweetness won her
Latin Club 1,25 Booster Club
15 Future Nurses Club 35
Choir 25 Girls' Glee Club 15
Student Council 15 Home
Room Secretary 2, 35
ROGER CU'-E ,PEGGY CUNNINGHAM
CAROLYN CURTIS "Carole"
HHOUUUI Pm no' Sl90Pin9i "Peg" "Cheerful company shortens
l'm lU5l Yeifin' mY 'YOU-H "Clever, quick, and full of the miles."
B.0.C. 25 Reserve Track 15 pep. The word success in Future Teachers Club 2,
Wrestling 3. every step." Historian 35 Art Club Treas-
Future Teachers Club 2,35
French 1,2, Pres. 35 Latin
Club 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Booster
Club 2,35 Band 1,2,35 Or-
chestra 1,2,35 Woodwind
urer 35 G.A.A. 'l,2,35 Band 15
Flute Quartet 15 Senior Play5
Student Council 35 Home
Room President 1,25 Pool
Quintet 35 "The Little Dog
Laughed"5 All School Play
25 Pool Show 2,35 French
Award 15 Honor Student.
JOAN CUTLER sue DAMON "sue" CARL DAvls Boa DERMYER "Bob"
"Blessed are they that say "AlWOYS 0 ffiwd to Those "Shirley-l'10'll 'Nik' if-" "Every day is Ladies Day
nothing for they shall not be who know her." with him,"
quoted." SPCnl5l" Club lf TYUCS- 2i Football Reserve 25 lntra-
F,-,ncl-1 Club 3, Orchestra 23, Sec. 15 All mumg, 11213.
School Play 15 Honor Stud-
DENNIS DERMYER "Moose"
"Women me for the bird s,
Varsity A Club 1,2,35 "Lib
tle Dog Laughed" 35 All
School Play 35 Maple Leaf
35 Swimming 1,2, Co-Cqatain
35 Home Room Vice-Presi-
dent 25 Pool Show 2,35
Football Reserve 1,25 Golf
"Those beautiful brown eyes,
that block curly hair, be care-
ful of him, girls, there's
plenty to share."
Baseball Reserve 15 Intramur-
als 2,35 Football 35 Home
Room Treasurer 3.
WANDA DOPP "WWC" DANIELLE ousseniu
"Sports...Here l come!" -'Danny'
l-'edu' Cl'-'lf' 3' "For she was iust the quiet
kind whose natures never
Selaco Club 1,2, Treasurer
35 Art Club 3.
CL E0 ENDERS "Dizzy" JANE ENGEI- JAMES EVERINGHAM
"She would rather talk to a Hjmle P'ln9l'H "59m0fim05 I I'-'Sf Sl' and
man ,han wifh on angd any "l'lUPPl:"f53 is mod' Io bs think but mostly I iust sit."
day." ll"U"9d- Intramurals 'l,2,3.
French 'li B.O.C. 3: Future TQGCIIQYS 2,
Libfory 2'3. Sec. 35 Latin Club 'l,2,35
G.A.A. 2, Historian 35
Band l,2, Treas. 35 Orches-
tra 2,35 Senior PIay5 Senior
MARILYN FERGUSON ALLEN FINDL EY "Mouch" HELEN FIRST JERRY R. FISH
"Mui" "A good disposition is more "She speaks, thinks, and be- "A man who is modest is
"The flower of grace grows valuable than gold." haves iust as she ought." indeed wi se?"
Oh G llendif Stem-" Football 2,35 Intramurals 2, Co-operative Trainning 3. Junior Prom Committee 25
FUWYO TO'-'ICIWYU Club 35 35 Home Room Treasurer 2. Career Day Committee 25
Latln Club l,2, Sec. 35 Baseball 'l,2,35 Basketball
"The Little Doo Laughed" 35 Intramurals 1,25 Home
33 Choir l,2,35 Girls Intra- Rgom Prggidgnt 25 Hgmg
W-'VCI' li SOHIOI' Pffbm Com' Room Vice President 3.
SHARON LEE POOR "BiIIy" IRMA JEAN FORD "Ima" WILLIAM JAMES FORSTER NORMA J, FOSTER "Norm"
"wl"0f' YOU Will: I won't: "Speech is great, but silence nwlld Bill" "She's willing to be con-
when you won't I will." 5, 9f,,f,,-" "The man who blushes is yinggd, buf find fhg gn. fhqf
Seloco 32 O"Cl"'9"'G l.2,3- Selaco Club 2, Historia: 35 'Io' Q'-'il' U bf'-'f'-l' Con do it."
Future Nurses Club 2,3. VUVFIIY A Cl'-Ib 35 Cheir1.2. Selaco Club 35 French Club
35 Football Mgr. I5 Basket- 2' T,-gag, I,
ball Mgr. 35 Wrestling 1,25
Cross-country 2,35 Baseball
PHYLl.lS FOX "Phyll"
"Her friends, there are many5
her foes, are there any?"
Vice-Pres. 25 G.A.A. l,2,35
Booster Club 3, Pres. 25
Leader's Club 2,35 Bible
Club Sec. 35 Choir l, Sec. 2,
Manager 35 "Our Miss Brooks"
"The Little Dog l:aughed"5
Student Council Member l,2,
35 Cheerleader 'l,2, Captain
35 Class President l,2,35
Homecoming Court l,2,
Queen 35 F.F.A. Sweetheart.
"Oh, l'm early! l must have
Future Teachers Club 35
Latin Club l,25 Booster
Club 2,35 G.A.A. Club l5
Point Recorder 2, Vice-Pres.
35 Choir l,2,35 Vocal Ensem-
ble 35 Debate 25 Oratory 25
"Life of the Pau-ty", "Our
Miss Brooks", "The Little
Dog L aughed", ' 'Ramshackle
lnn"5 Swim Show l,2,35
ROSS FULLER "Curly"
"Why talk? Others do enough
Transfer from Mishawaka
High School, Mishawaka,
BEVERLEY GARDNER BEVERLY GARRISON "Bev" MARLENE GATT "Marty" JEAN GAUTZ J,,,...,,
ev HMGY she never changou' nl can "95l5i 9V9"Yfl'1ln9 but "A shy retiring little mold
Tiny and sweet and always except her name." -- tenptation." always ready to lend aid it
neat." French Club l, Pres. 2, Vice '
French Club l, Sec. 2,35
Leaders Club 3, Treas. 25
Pres. 35 G.A.A. l,2, Sec. 3
Booster Club Sec. 35 All
Prom Committee5 Girls' ln- School Play 35 Senior Prom
tramurals 'l,2,35 Reserve
Cheerleader Captain 25
Pool Show 25 G.A.A. l,2,35
Art Club 35
ROGER GOIST "Rod"
Transferred from Morenci
25 Girls lntramurals 2,35
Pool Show l,2,35 Vocal En-
semble 35 Choir 'l,3.
JOE VICTOR GANZAL EZ JR.
"A good disposition is more
valuable than gold."
H.R. President 'l.
PAT GRABER "Pat"
"A swell gal in every way."
French Club l,2,35 Booster
Club 25 All School Play l,25
Senior Play Usher 35 Maple
Leaf 2,35 Girls Intramurals
25 Honor Student.
Latin Club l,2,35 G.A.A. 2,
35 Future Nurses Club 2,
Treas. 35 Senior Play5 Home
Room Secretary l,2,35 Pool
Show Committee5 Senior
CAROLYN GRAY "Carol"
"A lot of fun to all who
Spcnish Club 2,35 Girls ln-
tramurals 25 Co-operative
SANDRA GREEN "Sandy"
"Sweet personality--Full of
Latin Club 'l,2,35 G.A.A. l,
3, Treas. 25 Booster Club 'l,
2,35 Girls' State Alternate5
Leaders Club 2,35 "Our Miss
Brooks"5 "Little Dog
Laughed"5 Sr. Prom Chrm5
Oratory l,2,35 Class Secre-
tary 35 Home Room Vice-
Pres. 25 Pool Show l,2, 32
35 DAR Good Citizen 35
Maple Leaf l,2, Editor 3.
HERB GRITZMAKER "Fred" ROGER GRITZMAKER "Rag"
"Not to serious, not to gay, "Courteous to all but intimate
But a swell guy in every way." with few."
LARRY J GUYMAN JO ANN HAMPTON "Jo" BARBARA HANKE "Barb" ARNETIA HARPER "Art"
Man is the hunter Woman "So sweet is she5 A model "Always happy5 always gay5 "The world will forever won-
ls his game ' she'll be." always friendly in every way." der what she will do next."
Booster 3 Choir l 2 3 Boys French Club 2,3, Treas. 15 Selaco Club 2,35 Art Club l5 Selaco Club 1.
Glee Club 2 Vocal Ensemble G.A.A. 'l,2, Point Recorder Home Room Secretary and
2, All school play 3 Senior 35 Booster Club 3, Sec. 25
play Home Room President Leaders Club 25 "A Dance
3 Chair President 3 Senior With Our Miss Brooks"5
Prom Committee 2 District "The Little Dog Laughed"5
Solo Contest second place 2 Sickle 35 Reserve Cheerlead-
er 25 Class Vice-Pres. 'l5
Magazine Sales Award 'l,2,35
Senior Prom Committee 25
Pool Show 1,25 Honor Student-
Treasurer 'I5 Honor Student.
SHIRLEY HARSH Shirl MARY LOU HART "Gabby"
That diamond will soon "So iolly and sweet5 so fully
have a mate complete, She steals our af-
Eronch Club l 2 fections away."
Future Nurses Club l,2, Sec-
retary 35 All School Play 35
Senior Play5 Debate 3.
LYNNE HEAVER "Bing" JANE HELM
"Men may come and men may "l'm quiet buf my hgqrt ig
go, but l go on forever."
Future Teachers Club 25
Spanish Club 25 Booster
Club 2,35 Girls' Glee Club25
All School Play 3.
Art Club 35 G.A.A. 35 Choir
35 Girls' Glee Club 'l,2.
JERRY HELMA "Big Jer"
KEITH HERBERT "Herb" TOM HEWITT "Tommy"
"Water, water, everywhere, "Like the fireplate--grate." "This boy did Whdf flw
and am l glad!" Booster Club 2,35 Varsity A boys will--never kept quiet
Varsity A. Club l,2,35 Re- Club 35 Band I5 "The Little and never sat still."
serve Football I5 Swimming Dog Laughed" 35 Maple l-Gill' Club 1121 PWS- 35
l,2,3. Leaf 35 Reserve Baseball I5 Varsity A l,2,35 "The Lit-
Reserve Track 25 Wrestling tle Dog Lau9hed"5 Cross-
Manager 2,35 Cross-country Country reserves 35 Tennis
25 Im.-qmufqlg 152, Reserves l,25 Swimming 1,
25 Home Room President 2.
PETER HICKMAN "p,d,o" JACK HILL "Jack" JOHN HILL JEAN HODGE "J.q.-mi,"
"Every man has his desires HA l4nl9l1' of 09"lCUll'U"9" Uwl"Y W9"fY Wl"9"' 7l""'e of' "She was very pleasing -
such as they are." F-F-A VlC0'Pf0S- 2. Pres- l-TONS' fl"l"'9S to df'-H to the eyes and otherwise."
Vg.-Sify A Club 1,2135 Junior 35 Varsity A Club 25 Reserve Band l,2,35 Mapleairel 2.32
Rotarians 35 Bond 1,25 Football 25 Reserve Baseball Cornet Trio 3.
Swimming 152,35 Golf 2,35 25 Wrestling 25 Intramurals I5
Mqpleqirgg 1,25 Honor Stu- 51019 Regional F.F.A. Vice
RONALD M. HOEFT JOYCE HOFFMAN "Joycie"
"Anything he does, he does "lt's nice to be good - but
well5 and he does anything." you miss a lot of fun."
Spanish Club 2,35 Varsity A Selaco Club 2,35 Spanish
Club l,2,35 Football l,2,35 Club 25 Home Room Secre-
Swimming l,25 tary 25 Pool Show 2.
"A girl who is modest in
her achievements is indeed
Selaco Club 25 Co-op Train-
ing. Home Room Treasurer 2.
TOM HOOD "HoodIem"
"There are two ways to
drive a car--lawful and aw-
Latin Club 2,35 Booster
Club 3, Treas. 25 Varsity A
l,2, Pres. 35 Jr. Rotarians
35 Boy's State 25 Student
Council 1,25 Reserve basket-
ball l5 Reserve Baseball I5
Football l,2,35 Wrestling 2,
35 Track 2,35 Class Treas-
urer l,2,35 Home Room Pres.
ROBERT HOWARD "Bob"
"Why, what is love but
Fortunes tennis balI."
Spanish Club 25 Varsity A
Club 2,35 Jr. Rotarian 35
Football 2,35 Basketball I,
2,35 Tennis 1,2,35 Class
Vice-Pres. 2,35 Home Room
"Behold I she bIushes."
French Club 25 Booster
Club 25 Future Nurses Club
25 Maple Leaf 25 Co-op 3.
Pres. 15 Home Room Vice-
"One ear head it, the other,
out it went."
Reserve Football 1.
. It 7?
"She's quiet, but when you
know her--well, that's a dif-
Choir 25 Girls' Glee Club 1,
Home Room Secretary 1.
KELLY HOWELL "Brownie"
"Man shall ever be the friend
of beauty in distress."
Booster Club Pres. 35 Varsi-
ty A Club 35 Jr. Rotarians 35
"A Dance With Our Miss
Brooks" 35 Cross-Country
reserve 35 Intramurals 15
Basketball 2,35 Baseball 2,
KATHRYN JACOBS "Kate" DANIEL JOHNS "Dunny'
"Make mine 'Pfeiffle'."
Spanish Club 1,25 Art Club
35 G.A.A. 2,35 Orchestra 1,
2, Sec. 35 String Ensemble 35
Leaders Club 3.
' ' Q ffi 'tri I I
if 'JL ' , K. '
VERA B. JOHNSON "Twink" BERTHA JOHNSTON HARRY KELLER
'A girl that smiles is a girl "Bert" "Crazy Legs"
worthwhile," "A maiden fair in grace was "I think I am a man of des-
Seluco Club 1,2,35 Future Thee- Well liked Umong half TINY-H
Nurses 35 Choir 1,2,3, and she's." Booster 2,35 Bond Treasurer
French Club 2,35 Co-op
25 Orchestra 15 Mapleaires 1
Choir 25 Brass Quartette 15
"RamshackIe Inn"5 "Dance
With Our Miss Brooks"5
Home Room Pres. 25 Treas.
15 Reserve Football 1.
"This boy will go far5 his
destination is Mars."
JAMES KNOTT "Hair"
"My memory is what I forget
JANET KOEHNLEIN "Jan", LEROY KOTTKE CHESTER KRALL "Chet"
"KqIing" "Hear me, for I have been "Every man comes into 'the
"Like a revolving door, she silent so long." world for something."
nun, ,hun up". Intramurals 1,25
Future Teachers Club 35
Latin Club l,2,35 Booster
Club 2,35 "A Dmce With Our
Miss Brooks", "The Little
Dog Laughed"5 Mmle Leaf
35 Home Room Secretay I5
Orchestra l,2,35 Intramurals
JANET LAKE "Jan"
Sleep all day, and play
PATRICIA LAMPE "Pat"
"She is as sweet as they
Selaco Club 25 Booster Club
35 Future Nurses Club 2,3.
JACK L EN NARD "Jacko"
Tis feared he will die of
Band I5 Home Room Sec. 3.
JAMES LEONE "Lener"
"l have a head, but so does
Latin l,2,35 Varsity A 35
Band l,25 Orchestra 'I5 Clar-
inet Quartet l,25 Mqale Leaf
35 Track Reserve I5 Football
35 Wrestling 2,35 Golf 2,35
Home Room Treasurer 35 Co-
captain wrestling team5 ln-
tramurals 35 Honor Student.
RILEY LINCOLN "Abe"
"Friends, Romans, Country-
men5 Lend me your girls...l"
Varsity A 35 Boys Intramur-
als l,2,35 Football 3.
JIM LUNN "Speed"
"All the world loves an
Latin Club 2,35 Varsity A
Club l,2, Vice-Pres. 35
"The Little Dog Laughed"
Sickle 35 Student Council I
Football l,2,35 Swimming I
2,35 Home Room Vice-Pres.
35 Junior Rotarian 35 Honor
A. ROSELYNN MARTIN
"The mischeif in her eyes
is for real."
Future Teachers Club 35
Latin Club l,2,35 Art Club 35
Booster Club 2,35 Choir 2,35
Girls' Glee Club I5 Vocal
Ensemble 25 Senior Playg
Debate 35 Oratory 2,35 Intra-
murals l,35 American Legion
Speech Contest 35 WCTU Or-
DONNA JEAN MATTIS
"She looks like an angel,
but is she?"
Selaca Club 1,25 Sec. 35
Latin Club l,2,35 Future
Nurses Club 2,35 Co-Op5
Senior Prorn Committee.
JANET MAYNARD "Jan" SYLVIAMcCRACKEN
"A companion that is cheer- "NOW" "MdCIKi9"
ful is worth gold." "Once a Dixicrat, always a "Let's make everyday Sadie
Future Nurses Club 2,35 Dixicrat." Hawkin's Day."
Co-op 3. Trmsfer from Ballard Mem-
orial High School Barlow,
Kentucky, 35 Art Club 35
WILLIAM JOHN Mcwu.l.nAM
"Me and Einstein understand
o o A
"A pretty maid, but alas!
She is taken."
Spanish Club I,25 Student
Council 35 Co-op 3.
LUPE MENDEZ "Pacuko" BETH MENTZER ROBERT C. MILEY, JR.
"He liveth long who liveth "You can't iudge a book by "Bob"
SYYONQ-" . it's cover." "Make much of me-good
Football 35 Wrestling I5 AII- Spanish Club I,2,35 Art Club men are scarce."
Twin VUIIBY Football Team 35 Booster Club 2,35 Maple Spanish Club I, Sgt. at Arms
3- Leaf 2. 25 Ramshackle lnn5 Swim-
MARY MILLER MARY JANE MILNER IRWIN MITCHELL
"Silence never betrays any- "Jane" "Men of few words are often
one." "She does all things and the best men."
Future Teachers 2, Pres- 37
Latin Club 2,35 "A Dance
with our Miss Brooks"5
"The Little Dog Laughed"5
Oratary 35 Student Council
35 Honor Student.
does them weII."
Band I5 Choir 'I,35 Vocal
Ensemble 'I5 Honor Student.
HELEN MAE MITCHELL
"Just call me Mrs."
SPGNISIW Club 22 OFCIWSYFG Choir I, H.R. Secretary I.
'I,2,3, String Ensemble 2,
r ' W'
' Q' f L.
t 11-f 1 1 If W. . I lfifrii
ROBERT MOORE "Bob"
"A quiet modest man is he."
Home Room Treasurer 2.
"Taken ----- oin't it a shame.
AUDREY MOORE "A. J."
"Dark hair, shinning eyes,
merry humor, she's a prize."
Latin Club 2,35 G.A.A. 2,32
Choir I,2,3p Vocal Ensemble
2, Student Council 2, Home
Room Vice President I,
President 3, Honor Student.
"Dark haired and fascinat-
ing to the eye."
Spanish Club 'I,2,3, Booster
2,3g Choir 1,25 Home Room
Vice President 2, Co-apera-
tive training 3.
CAROLE NYE "Toots"
"She knows music but that's
JUNE OSTERHOUT "Pierre"
"She looks like an angel but
Selaco Club I,3, Historian 25
PATRICIA ANN OSTRANDER
"Simplicity of manners has
an enchanting effect."
Future Teachers Club 35
Selaco 1,2,3g G.A.A. 2,3.
E. JAMES PATMOS "Jim"
"Everything he did, he did
well and he did alot."
French Club I,2, Varsity A
Club 2, Junior Rotarion 3,
Boys' State 2, Maple Leaf
35 Student Council I, Treos.
2, Football I,3, Mgr. 2,
Wrestling 1,25 Track 1,25
"AlI tongues speak well of
Intramurals 37 Home Room
"Quiet dignity-the mark of
Transferred from Sand Creek
2, Co-op 3.
. I .I II ' It
CLEOFAS PEREZ "Cho"
"Dependable and then some."
F.F.A. Club 'I5 Football Re-
serve 25 Intramurals 2,35
Wrestling 25 Baseball 2.
"Man has his will--but wo-
man has her way."
ALICE BELLE POWELL
"The mildest manner and
the gentlest heart."
French Club 2,35 Latin Club Sglqcg Club 2,35 G,A,A,
1,32 Debafe 32 I'I0lTl0 Room Club l,2,35 Leoder's Club
Secretary 2, Vice-Pres. 3. l,2,
I IW 1.Ai 5 f ,z,. "
JAMES RALOFF "Jam" MARILYN RICHARDS CAROL RIES "Dir-shev"
"A good reputation is a "Cheerful company shortens HF'-'II of fl-'fl Gnd fr0IiC."
fair estate." the miles." B-O-C- VIC0'Pf95- 3i SPON-
Student Council Member 35 Selaco Club 2,35 Future ISI1 Club I,2,35 Senior PIoy5
Intramurals l,2. Nurses Club 2,3. Home Room Sec. 3.
LARRY RINEHART DICK ROBISON LARRY D- ROESCH
"The heart of the Rind." "A farmer I am, a farmer I "Fuzzy"
B.O.C. Club 25 Choir I,2,3. shall be. Now I'm looking "DO I slay 'efl'l? Am I YDUQIT?
for a farmer she." Ask me!"
Football Reserve 'I5 Intro- B-0-Cl PWS- 37 V0"5I'Y A
murals 'l,2,3, I,2,35 Track 25 Football 2,
35 Wrestling 'I,2,35 Home
Room Vice-Pres. I.
"Life without laughing is
a blank dream."
"Who? me! "
Booster Club 25 Golf Ro-
serve 2,35 Tennis Reserve
I5 Intramurals I5 Swimming
"Your acts are your best
Latin Club 'I,2,35 Future
Nurses Club 2, Secretary
Pep Club 1,25 All School
Play 35 Senior Prom Com-
DONNARUFF 'RuHf' MELVUJWAYNERUMPF
"You cm't ploy with my red U-IUNUYH
wagon," "Restless as a windshield
Seloco l,3, Treas. 25 Home WIP9'-H
Room 5,5 2, Intramurals 35 Home Ream
Vice Pres. 35 Home Room
"l stand on the brink of a
great career, shove me off."
Latin Club 25 Co-operative
DAN RUSSELL "Russ'
ALLYN SAYLOR "Smokey'
"Ten acres and a Mule' "Life, Liberty, and the pur- "Rollig"
F.F.A. I, Sentinel 2, Vice- suit of women." "A farmer I am, a farmer l
Pres. 35 Choir I,25 Football Varsity A l,2,35 "Our Miss ghqll bgg naw I qm lgqklng
Reserve 1,2535 Home Room Brooks" 35 "The Little Dog for Q farmer she,"
Vice-Prel. 2. LU'-'9l"9d" 3? 5'Ud0l1f COLIN- Intramurals 3.
cil 35 Football 35 Basketball
25 Track I,2,35 Intramurals
Champions 35 Class Sgt. at
Arms 35 Honor Student.
LOWELL SCHOLL "Chew" DAVID SCHROEDER "Dave"
"A contented fellow is easy "Men of few words are often
to get along with."
the best men."
Wrggfling I, Transferred from Onsted 35
F.F.A. 35 Intramurals 3.
ANITA SCOTT "Nita"
"ln the future, call me Mrs
"Gee, vowse guys. oin'f Loran Club 1,2.
ya got no ETTER-quette?"
B.0.C. Club 35 Choir I5
"A Dance With Our Miss
Brooks"5 Senior PIay5 Maple
Leaf 35 Reserve, Swimming
I5 Reserve Tennis I5 Intra-
murals I5 Home Room Sec.
Athletics and Hugh, what
WILLIAM SEBRING "Willy"
"Early to bed, early to rise,
makes a man miss the best
part ofthe day."
Choir l,2,35 Vocal Ensemble
25 Reserve Wrestling 25 Re-
serve Baseball 'I5 Reserve
Track 25 Reserve Tennis 2.
HUGH SHEPHERD "Hughie"
EARL SHORTHOUSE "Buz"
"Every inch a man, and
e-aww... .Nw ft. ee - e. -
.5'2F5JLfm-'?3..- - 1 rf.
J , .U
w "5 -. , G-
,Q 1 I
TOM SELL "Minus"
"Swimming, and then study-
Choir 'l5 Football 25 Swim-
ming l,2,35 Track 25 Home
Room Vice-Pres. 2.
. , all -
flew rg .L ' "1-
ggll.. k ,
X5-1 .4 5 , 1 '
5-,gwa 5 . ' I N , f N -
2- 2' 'frm -. '
x T K
Nay? V 2 ...rf n
DAVID SENTLE "Cec"
"l'm the greatest basketball
player in the world, iust ask
Choir l,2,35 Glee Club l,
Vocal Ensemble l,25 "Our
Miss Brooks"5 Football Re-
serve l5 Basketball Reserve
l5 Baseball 35 Intramurals I,
2,35 Football Manager 25
Home Room Vice Pres. l.
a pair! lf you wanted a
friend, he was always there.'
Latin Club l,2,35 Booster
Club 35 Varsity A. Club l,2,
Sgt. at Arms 35 Jr. Rotarians
35 Football 2,35 Basketball
35 Baseball l,2,35 H.R. Pres.
RONALD SNEED "Shamrod"
"His password into life is
Art Club 35 Varsity A Club
35 "The little Dog Laughed"'
Sickle 35 Track 15 Football
35 Home Room Vice-Pres. l5
Poppy Poster Contest 2.
there's an awful lot of inch-
Student Council 15
CHARLOTTE SMITH PATSY SMITH at
"Sherry" "Big surprises come In
"Man has his will but women small packages."
has her way." Selaco Club 25 Girls' Glee
Selaco Club 2, Pres. 35 Club l5 Co-op Training 3.
French Club 2,35 Choir 2,35
Girls' Glee Club l5 Home
Room Treas. 2.
PATSY SP ENCE "Pat"
ROBERT STEVENS "Bob" JANET STEWART
"A very merry lass was she, "Always busy studying and "There is a warm light in
liked by all where ever she helping others." this quiet lady's eyes."
be." Booster Club 2,35 Bible
Selaco 25 B.O.C. l5 Choir 3. Club Pres. 35 Library Comm.
Oratory 25 Intramurals 25
American Legion Oratorical
Contest 25 Winner- District
to Model U.N. Assembly l5
WAYNE s1'EwART "Red" VELMA STRACHN YOLANDA JEANNE STULTZ
"A little fun in the long run "Little said is soonest 'll-Ofiflllflnfu
will help a man as naught mended." "WO haf ther' if mlfchld
else can." in her eyesl"
Varsity A 35 Football 35 ln- Selaco Club 2,35 B.0.C.
tramural Basketball Champ- Treas. 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Fu-
ions 3. ture Nurses Club 25 Girls'
Intramural s 'l.
MARILYN SWARTZ PATSY SWEET "Pat" FUMIKO TAMURO "Miki"
Hill' n.v.,, bdmy ,he h,a,,f "Your heart is where your "Whatever we could say it
fha, lov., mm" treasure is." would have to be nice."
French Club 2,35 sackl. 3. Seluco 1: Bible Club 3-
RAY TAYLOR "Tucker"
"No sinner, no saint, per-
haps, but- Well, the very
best of chaps."
Latin Club 25 Booster Club
l,2,35 Band l,2,35 Orches-
tra 25 All School Play 25
Debate l5 Student Council
25 Home Room Treas. 'l,35
Lenawee Outstanding Boy
Scout of 55.
BARB ARA TH OMP SON
" Bobbie "
JUDY THOMPSON "Hot Rod"
She smiles, she laughs, she
FRANK EY TARVER
"On the level ---- she's a
EDITH TILLOTSON "Edie
"A quiet, modest maid is
"She turns her back on boys- smiles again." she."
-and then runs backwards." Selaco l, Sec. 2, Point Chair- G.A.A. l5 Girls' Glee Club
Future Teachers Club 35 man 35 G.A.A. I,2,35 Home 25 Transferred from Plymouth
Spanish Club 2,35 Latin Room Sec. 1.
Club 'l,2,35 Booster Club 2,
35 Future Nurses Club, Vice-
Pres. 25 Choir 'l,2,35 Vocal
Ensemble l,25 Maiorette l5
Home Room Sec. 25 Latin
Award I5 Attendance Award
15 Honor Student.
GROVER BRUCE TIPTON
"Man is of soul--body,
formed for deeds of high
Booster Club I,2,35 Oratory
1,25 American Legion Speech
Contest5 Senior Play5 "Life
of the Party"5 "RamshackIe
Inn"5 "Our Miss Brooks".
EMILY TOMPSON "Em"
"I'm not arguing with you.
l'm telling you!"
French Club I, 253, G-A-A
If 21 3, French Award l,2,
Booster Club 2,35 LeacIer's
Club 3, Secretary 25 Band
I,2,35 Orchestra I5 Choir I,
2,35 Vocal Ensemble 35 String
Ensemble Flute Trio I,2,
35 Reserve Cheerleader I5
Class Secretary I,25 Home-
coming Court 35 Pool Show
lm. l L
is V Lykw
, 7' .. :.
THOMAS D. TRACY "Dick'
"Beware, I may be great
F.F.A. Club I,2, Sentinel 3
Intramurals I,2,35 Home
Room Treas. 2.
WILLIS ANN UNDERWOOD
"For a priceless pearl iust
take this girI."
Selaco Club 35
HAROLD WARD "Moses"
"I do as I please and I don't
bother others about it."
Reserve Football 25 Intra-
JOYCE VAN NORMAN
"Gone but not forgotten."
Future Teachers Club 2,35
French Club 35 Maple Leaf
DICK WEDER "Needle"
"My brain is a highway
without traffic cops."
Varsity A Club I5 Football
reserve 1,25 Baseball re-
serve 25 Track Reserve I5
Swimming I,25 Home Room
JOYCE VUILLEMIN Joy
"Youth comes but once in
a lifetime, so I'II use it
while I may."
Future Teachers Club 35
Spanish Club 2, Point Re-
corder 35 G.A. A. Club 'I,2,35
Leaders Club 35 Senior PIay5
Home Room Vice-Pres. I,
Sec. 35 Girls Intramurals I,
CAROL ANNE WARD
"A firm believer in the pow-
ers of silence."
Spanish Club 'I,2,35 G.A-A-
Club 2,35 Choir 2,35 Girls'
Glee Club I5 Girls' Intramur
JANETTE WEISS "Jan"
"No one but she and heaven
DICK WELLS "Spider"
"Long, Lanky, and Likeoble
IKHOW of what SIWOIS fI1InI4I"'9-H Varsity A Club 2,35 Reserve
Football I5 Basketball 2,35
Cross-country 2,35 Track I,
2,35 Home Room President I
Home Room Vice-President
HELEN WIEDERKEHR RON WILLNOW "Willie" SHIRLEY WINZELER
"l dorm know wh.,-g l'm "lt's not what you do -- it's "Woody"
going but l'm on my way." what YOU 96? OWGY Wifh-" "Boom, Boom. lt's fun to
Booster Club 25 Varsity A bg crazy,"
Club 25 Choir 2,35 All School G,A,A, l,2,3,
Play 35 Football Reserve 15
Basketball Reserve 15 Ten-
nis l,2,35 Intramurals 2,3.
BILL WOLLER "Wolley"
"l 'm a good boy."
SHARON WOOD "Woody"
"l'm happy--but, where's
Future Teachers 2, Presi-
dent 35 French 2,35 Latin 1,
2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Band 1,2,35
Orchestra 1,35 Clarinet Trio
1.2. "Our Miss Broaks"5 "The
Little Dog Laughed"5 De-
bate 35 Oratory 2,35 Student
Council 35 Home Room Sec-
retary 15 Pool Show 2,35
Latin Award 1,25 French
Award 25 Valedictorian.
PATRICIA WREATH "Par" JUDY 20054 "Judy"
"5lmPl0 md Sweet, Can't be "l'd rather be small and
blflf-H shine, than large and cast
French 2,35 Latin 1,25 G.A.A. Q ghqdgwjn
2,35 Home Room Treas. 35 Latin Club 1,
LINDAPALMERCWOODBY5 BILL woonav "Bm"
"Lin" "Stand in line girls, don't
"l love-l live-l'm happy." push."
SPC-1f'l5l" lf POW? Rl'-T0l'd9f Booster Club Treasurer 25
22 G-A-A- 1122 l-90595 Club Lite ofthe Party 15 "Ram-
1.2. Pool Show 1,25 Slni'-'lf shackle lnn" 25 Senior Play
Prom Committee 2- Tennis 15 Home Room Sec-
RAYMOND CORREA B03 PYLE
HR5m0"'H "WhatI No girls in heaven?
"The man most worth listen- W,ll' fl-mn' iusf 'ony' m.
ing to is a silent one." here."
Front Row: Beebe, Curtis, Fox. Second Row: Lunn, Friedrich, Dermyer, Green, Guyman, Cunningham.
Third Row: Boswell, Ferguson, Wood, Miller. Standing: Baker, Atkin, Hampton, Saylor, Hewitt, Snood,
Hart, Engel, Koehnlein.
"The Little Dog Laughed," a three act comedy,
featured a college sophomore maioring in psycho-
logy. Returning home, she expected to find her
family normal and well-adiusted, instead they
were tied up in psychological knots. Laurie's
mother invited her snobbish friends for an after-
noon tea party, and while she was out of the room,
Laurie administered the Zambrouski Ink Blot Test
and laid devastatingly bare the "inner personali-
ties" of her mother's quests. lmpressing "energy
peaks" 'and "blood to the brain tests" on her
brother, Wally, cause him to lose his one and only,
One night, after Laurie has gone on a date
with handsome but moody Mack Bradford, the
family decided to do a little "purging" on their
own. The tables were turned and put Laurie on
the outs with Mack.
All turned out well at the end, with Laurie
threatening to give up her psychology. Her father,
Sid Hunnington, induced her to continue her career
because, "lt's good for the patient."
The play was a great success thanks to Miss
Sherman and her fine and untireless efforts of
Laurie Hunnington. ..
Sid Hunnington .....
Martha Hunnington. . .
Wally Hunnington ....
"Miss Gus" .... ..
Joan Wood . . .
Ted Wood ....
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Front Row: Leone, Roesch, Shepherd, Howard, Co-captain Belanger, Co-captain Hood, Hoeft, Lunn, Findley.
Second Row: Coach Chiaverini, Trainer Bleam, Lincoln, Saylor, Alverson, Patmos, Sneed, Brooks, Mendez,
Manager Hickman. Third Row: Barnes, Warner, Stewart, Shadwald, Vickery, Coulon, Brown, Coach Busack.
Fourth Row: Dr-rmyer, Wilson, Pyle, Cosgrove, Adams, Kidder.
Although the 1955 Maple football team didn't
have a victorious season they played much better
ball than the win and loss column indicates. The
final season record was one win, two ties, and five
losses. Coach Chiaverini is looking forward to a suc.
cessful season next year with Don Coulon as captain
and the following men returning from the Varsity:
Jerry Barnes, Ron Warner, Jim Shadwald, Larry Cos-
grove, Mack Vickery, Don Kidder, and Jack Wilson.
Strength which will be coming from the reserves are:
Backs-Eddie Mandrell, Norman Seidel, Pete Regal-
ado, Pete Fisher. Ends-Earl Osborn, Raul Perez, Jerry
Clark. Tackles-Paul Funk, Dennis Dowling, Leon
Powell, Gary Dunbar, Wayne Roback. Guards -
Glenn Goist, Jack Harris, Doug Engel, and at Center,
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On September 16 the Maples opened their sea-
son by traveling to Monroe to meet their traditional
rivals, the Troians. The Trojans were outfought and
outplayed by the Fighting Maples, yet managed to
outscore Adrian to chalk up their fourth straight win
the series. The Maple's defense was superb in the
first half, holding Monroe to a minus 21 yards in
rushing. However, Monroe scored on a freak touch-
down play which resulted in the Adrian loss by a
score of 7.0.
The second game, played at East Lansing on Sep-
tember 23, ended with a clear-cut decision for the
East Lansing Troians. Larry Belanger was the out-
standing player for Adrian. Ron Hoeft and Don Cou-
Ion also were credited with playing good defensive
ball. At the end of the half East Lansing was lead-
ing 13-O. The game ended 33-0 for East Lansing.
The churning legs of Larry Belanger and the speed
of Hugh Shepherd paced Adrian to a 13-13 tie with
the Sturgis Troians on September 30. Shepherd, Hoeft,
Hood, Belanger, and Howard were outstanding on
defense. Big Jim Shadwald and Hood opened huge
holes for Belanger on offense. Coach Chiaverini said
he was pleased with the defensive play of senior Hil-
With the Maples as sharp as their new 560,000
stadium, they rolled overs the Coldwater Cardinals
48-12 on October 7. This was the highest league
score run up by an Adrian team since it ioined the
league in 1934. Scoring was opened by Jim Lunn in
theifirst quarter. Cal Adams then booted the first
of six extra points. Howard showed brilliant passing
form as he connected with Ron Hoeft for Adrian's
fourth touchdown. Outstanding players were hard
to pick because Coach Chiaverini substituted freely.
Lakeview, on October 14, led by all-state half-
back Bill McNally, rolled over the Maples 34-6. Early
in the game Bob Howard, Adrian's number one quar-
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terback, suffered a mild concussion and was missed
greatly. Larry Belanger scored the only Maple touch-
down. Shepherd, Hood, Hoeft, Shadwald, Saylor,
Lunn, and Coulon made creditable showings on de-
The Fighting Maples outplayed the Albion Wild-
cats on October 21, but failed to make their extra
point and came out on the short end of a 19-18
score. The Maples played their best game of the
year against the fired up Albion eleven which was
playing before Albion homecoming fans. Touchr:
downs were scored by Belanger, Shepherd, and Cou-
lon. Outstanding on the defensive line for the Maples
were Lupe Mendez, Riley Lincoln, Jim Shadwald, Jim
Patmos, Tom Hood, Larry Roesch, and Ron Sneed.
Adrian suffered from the loss of Hugh Shepherd,
one of the Maple's finest players.
On October 28 the Maples lost a heart-breaker
to the Marshall Redskins 14-12. A freak play and
extra points again spelled defeat for the Maples.
Bob Howard displayed some more of his brilliant
passing by connecting on 8 of 12 passes. Maple
touchdowns were scored by Howard and Coulon.
Belanger played his usual brilliant offensive game,
but was removed in the early minutes of the fourth
quarter with a head iniury. Coulon, Hood, Patmos,
Shadwald, and Mendez played good defensive ball
The hard fighting Maples gained a 19-19 tie with
the Three Rivers Wildcats. Belanger was the hero of
the game by scoring all of Adrian's points. Bob How-
ard again displayed his passing arm by completing
15 of 27 passes attempted. After Adrian was leading
6-O Three Rivers rallied to make the score 19-6. Then
Adrian began to march again. The Maples closed
the season in brilliant fashion by scoring the tying
touchdown and extra point in the last few seconds.
This Page is sponsored by Excelsior Laundry Co.
Front Row: Howe, Sager, Powell, Renner, Wotring, Perez, Bcrish, Filter. Second Row: Coach Gillis, Pfister
Harris, Sullins, Ted Woods, Goist, Fisher, Roback, Munger, Coach Kelder. Third Row: Hull, DeLaCruz,
Pettit, Belanger, Clark, Goldsmith, Langthorne, Seidel. Fourth Row: Dowling, Bruce Woods, Engel, Dunbar,
Mandrel, Funk, Moran, Osborn.
Under the excellent guidance of our new coaches,
Mr. Gillis and Mr. Kelder, the reserves showed a much
improved season. They worked hard and showed a
fine spirit. Next yeor's varsity will surely be im-
proved by this fine group of football players.
ADRIAN DEDICATES NEW S60 000 STADIUM.
This page is sponsored by John C. Driscoll Service Station
Front Row: Forrester, Henry Lewis, Harper, Howell, Wells, Keedy, STATE CHAMMON
Alafita, Carlson, Bohn. Second Row: Coach Sweet, Hewitt, Kishpaugh,
Harry Lewis, Herbert, Fish, Olsaver, Rogers. Back Row: Smith, Kidd, DICK WE'-l-S
Russell, Hill, Snead.
The Adrian High Cross Country Team finished the
1955 season with a record of 2 wins and 6 losses.
Dick Wells was the outstanding runner on the
squad. He was undefeated in regular season com-
petition and also copped the Albion Relays, Hasting's
Invitational, Regional, and State crowns. He set new
records at Romulus, running the two-mile course in
10:15, and at the Regionals in 10:38. On our home
course he broke Dave Peelle's record of 10:40 with
an exceptionally good time of 10:36.
Dick Wells, Keith Herbert, Harry Lewis, Charles
Kishpaugh, Gary Carlson, Carlos Alatita, and Andy
Keedy received the Varsity Award. The returning
runners who will make up next year's squad are:
Carlson, Alatita, Kishpaugh, Lewis, Keedy, Olsaver,
Hill, Kidd, Smith, Harper, David Russell, and Dick
This page is sponsored by A. S. Pasternacki, M.D.
DUAL AND TRIANGULAR MEETS
Team We They
Napoloen CHD .,.., . . 40 91
Napoleon CTD ........... , 20 40
Spring Arbor QHD ...... .. 40 25
Spring Arbor CTD .......... 37 24
Romulus KTD ............. 35 23
Jackson KTJ .....,... 41 20
Monroe CHD .........,....,......,..,..........,...,.... 29 26
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Hasting's Invitational, 6th of 10
Albion Relays, 6th ot 14
State, Wells was our only runner and took 1st
Regional, 6th ot 10
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This page is sponsored by Wesfgoie Conclrc 81 Co.
The annual homecoming of Adrian High School
began with the snake dance the night before the
game. A parade was held the next afternoon. Of
the many floats entered, three prizes were won:
Originality, Room 48, Beauty, Room 37, and Humor,
Room 16. Jo Ann Hampton and Sandra Green won
the prize for being the funniest clowns.
Merrie Christmas was General Chairman of the
event. Chairmen of the various committees were as
follows: Parade, Kelly Howell, Coronation, Sharon
Wood, Dance, Phyllis Fox, Pep Meeting and Snake
Dance, Judy Tolford.
During the halftime of the game against Three
Rivers, our Queen, Miss Phyllis Fox, was crowned by
Kelley Howell while the band played The Way You
Look Tonight." The members of the court were De.
light Beebe, Jane Ashley, Emily Tompson, Christine
Carlson, Barbara Miller, and Judy Tolford.
Following the game a dance was held in the
gymnasium. The Grand March was a feature of the
dance. This was led by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carl-
son, after Queen Phyllis and her court, preceded by
the Hampton Twins, had entered and taken their
places of honor.
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Front Row: Fish, Harper, Howard, Wells, Belanger, Howell. Second Row: Goldsmith, Carl son, Keedy, Alafita
Coulon. Back Row: Hickman, Forster, Busack.
VARSII BASKGIBAU 5, The Adrian High Maples, under the direction of
Coach "Meinie" Busack, finished the i956 season
with a record of 5 wins and 9 losses. Dick Wells,
Bob Howard, and Kelley Howell were the only re-
turning lettermen on the squad. ln addition to
these players the team will lose seniors Hugh Shep-
hard, Jerry Fish, and Larry Belanger.
Juniors Gary Carlson, Andy Keedy, Don Coulon,
Garry Olsaver, Bob Prange, Jim Hill, John Gold-
smith, and Carlos Alafita will make up next years
squad. Dick Bohn, Eddie Mandrell, Pete Regalado,
Pat Kelly, Mickey Moran, and Ken Alverson are
promising sophomore prospects.
New this year in the Adrian basketball system is
the "players trophy." Winners of this trophy are
decided by their grades during the season, their
basketball ability, and their conduct as a student.
This years winners, who will have their names en-
graved on the trophy, are Bob Howard and Larry
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48 Three Rivers . .. . . . .61
61 Sturgis ...... .... 6 O
52 Albion .... .... 5 5
63 Marshall ... . .75
54 Hillsdale . . .. .47
59 Tecumseh . . .... 47
47 Lakeview .... 55
66 East Lansing .......... .... 7 2
Twin Valley Standing
Lakeview ..................... . 12-2
Sturgis ...... . 12-2
East Lansing . . . 11-3
Albion ...... 6-8
Three Rivers . . . 6-8
Adrian ..... 5-9
Marshall .... 3-1
Coldwater . . .
Adrian 56 Bedford 49
Adrian 53 Blissfieeld 76
Twin Valley Scoring
Bob Howard 291 2nd
Dick Wells 193 8th
Coldwater . . ..... 55
Albion ..... .... 5 3
Three Rivers .. ..... 64
Marshall .... ..... 5 1
Lakeview ... . . . . .89
East Lansing . .. . . . .80
Coldwater . . ..... 78
Sturgis ... . . . .86
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Front Row: Kelley, Bohn, Mandrell, Alverson, Regalado, Barish. Second Row: Howe, Filter, Moran, Van
Sickle, Goist, Roback. Third Row: Osborn, Hull, Renner, Belanger, Ekins.
The Adrian reserve basketball team, under the
direction of Mr. Wyse, had a close to perfect
season. They gained 10 wins in Twin Valley competi-
tion and only lost 4 very close games.
Some of the reserve players that will make very
good varsity material next year are: Pat Kelley, Dick
Bohn, Ed Mandrell, Ken Alverson, and Pete Regalado.
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The Varsity Cheerleaders deserve congratulations
for their faithful attendance at home and away
games, the good pep meetings, and the many new
Cl1eel'S. . Front Row: Christine Carlson, Barbara Miller.
Second Row: Delight Beebe,Jane Ashley, Judy Telford.
Third Row: Phyllis Fox.
Congratulations should go also to the reserve
squad for their faithful attendance at all the reserve
games and their excellent participation at pep
meetings. Front Row: Wilma Kerentoff, Judy Henderson.
hen. Third Row: Shirley Prochnow.
Second Row: Pauline Mendez,Cl0"90n COYICYI KC-'Y 5799
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Front Row: Jacobs, Smith, Clark, Co-ccptains: Hood, Leone, Perez, Wotring, Roesch, Oiedia.
Second Row: Mgr.: Herbert, Gautz, Cule, Bell, Barron, Kidder, Mgr: Coleman.
Third Row: Helma, Garcia, Jewell, Dowling, Graham, Mgr.: Ovary.
Back Row: Hostler, Rivera, Campbell, Stevens, Johnson, Coach Despain.
The wrestling team, under the excellent guidance
of Coach DeSpain, turned in a sparkling record
this year of eight wins and four defeats. The team
was strengthened by tive returning lettermen and
several first year men. The returning lettermen
were Larry Barron, Gary Bell, Torn Hood, Jim
Leone, and Larry Roesch.
Gary Jacobs, sophomore, and Elton Smith,
Junior, both wrestling their first year on varsity,
turned in fine records and were elected co-captains
of next year's team.
letters were awarded to Barron, Bell, Cule,
Clark, Gautz, Hood, Jacobs, Kidder, Leone, Oieda,
Perez, Rinker, Roesch, Smith, Wctring, and Herbert,
Manager. Junior Varsity awards were given to
Dowling, Duran, Graham, Helma, Jewell, Johnson,
Rivera, Stevenson, Campbell, Reeder, Hastler, and
the other two managers, Coleman and Ovary.
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Front Row: Engel, Kishpaugh, Quigley, Seidel, Swickard, Harris, Sherman, Reeves, G. Hanna. Second Row:
Powell, Williamson, Barnes, D. Hanna, Mackintosh. Back Row: Palmer, H. Helma, Dermyer, Lunn, Hewitt,
Rogers, Sell, Coach Hazen.
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After an unimpressive season the Adrian Swim
Team, under the coaching of Francis Hazen,
topped oft all their hard work by taking the run-
ner-up spot in the State Meet this year. During the
regular season they came up with a seven won
and five lost record, however, the losses were to
Class A schools.
Qualifiers in Stale Meet
50 Yard Freestyle-Richard Hanna 4th place
100 Yard Breast stroke-Doug Engel 3rd place
Pete Sherman 4th place
100 Yard Freestyle-Richard Hanna 5th place
150 Individual Medley-Jerry Helma 3rd place
200 Yard Medley Relay--Jim Lunn, Doug Engel,
Jim Harris, Tom Sell 2nd place
200 Yard Freestyle Relay-Jerry Barnes, Pele Hick-
man, Fred Meyer, Dennis Dermeyer 3rd place
The seniors who will be leaving the team this
year are Jerry Helma and Dennis Dermeyer, Co-
Captains, Jim Lunn, Tom Sell, John Rogers, Robert
Miley, Peter Hickman, and Tom Hewitt.
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University High .
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Front row - Kidd, Warner, Leone, Smith
2nd row - Hickman, Funk, Rogers, Buttermore
3rd row - Coach Horvath, Jewell, Olsaver, Dermyer
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The golf team will be strengthened by the fact
that no men were lost by graduation. The mem-
bers of last years team who will be returning this
year are: Warner, Leone, Kidd, Smith, Buttermore,
Hickman and Rogers. The '55 record, though un-
impressive, was better than it looks on paper. The
team gained valuable experience and should show
an improvement over last year's record.
April l Sylvania . there
April 1 Hillsdale . . . . .there
April 2 Tecumseh . here
April 2 Tecumseh there
May l Sylvania . here
May 4 Whitmer . there
May 5 T. V. Meet Three Rivers
May 7 Hillsdale . here
May ll-I2 Regionals
May I4 Whitmer . here
May 19 State finals
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arsit Baseball Team
Front Raw - Alafita, Forster, Shepherd, Belanger, Carlson, Howell
2nd row - Gehring, Adams, Regalado, Sentle, Osborn, Cochran, Bichard, Bohn
We can hope that Adrian's 1956 baseball team
will be as good as last years, as it has 7 return-
ing lettermen, Shephard, Fish, Howell, Alafita,
Forester, Carlson, and Belanger.
The 1955 team won, tor the first lime, the Twin Dale
Valley Award. The outstanding pitchers were J. April ll
Masteller, T. Mattis, and M. Terrazas. Top batters H 13
in the T. V. League were J. Masteller and L. Belan- H 17
ger. C. Perez was tied for first place in Home Run 18
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1956 Baseball Schedule
Monroe . . .
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Three Rivers . . .
Albion . . .
Front row - Hill, Goldsmith, Wilnow, Brown, Howard, Prauge, Moran, Kelly
2nd row - Reeves, Seidel, Hickman, Krouse, Bodertscher, Campbell, Sherman, Williamson
3rd row - Coach Hazen, Allen, Oieda, Hossler, Hartman, Smith, Peters
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Last years tennis team, coached by Frank Hazen, h d I M
finished the season with a seven win and four loss Sc e U ez U emo? ' " "':ere
record. Don Koster, Dick Pteiffle, and George Cur- flwermy 'Q ere
tis were the only seniors on last years squad. Last Hlllfdcle "" 1' Here
year the first doubles team of Ron Wilnow and Jim Epf' C?nlml. Here
Hill were undefeated in dual meets. Bob Howard mvjrsny Hlg There
won the Regional singles crown at Monroe by de- H' ale "" There
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match at the State Tournament. Adrian placed Ypfl' Central ' There
second in the Twin Valley meet. Twin Yalley ' ' :ere
This years squad will boast sophomores Pat Kel- G ?v'ew ' ' ' ere
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men, Bob Howard, Bob Prange, Ron Wilnow, Jim psl' Roosevelt There
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Hill, John Goldsmith, and Duane Allen.
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Front row - Lunn, Keedy, Hanna, Barnes, Alverson, Wells, Saylor, Harper, Pyle, Rinker
2nd row - Krou se, Dunbar, Wilson, Garcia, Hood, Knierim, Stewart, Van Sickle
3rd row - Coach Cretcher, Lewis, Raback, Swickard, Roeder, Pettit, Powell, Palmer, Barron, Harris
4th row - Shadwell, Coulon, Meyer, Spies, Rivera, lrish, Robinson, Dowling, Sawyer
With Larry Masteller retaining his 440 yard
state championship and Dave Peele running brilli-
antly in the mile, the Adrian track fans had much
to be happy about in 1955. The squad also had
other stand-outs: Dick Wells, Twin Valley and Al-
bion Relays half mile champion, Don Coulon, sec-
ond in Twin Valley shot put, and the 880 Relay
team composed of Jim Lunn, Allyn Saylor, Tom
Hood, and Masteller, which broke the school record
in the event.
Coach Cretcher is looking forward to another
successful season in 1956 with such returning let-
termen as: Jim Lunn, high team scorer for the past
two years, Allyn Saylor, sprinter, Don Coulon, shot
put, Tom Hood, hurdles, Dave Sawyer, pole vault,
and Harry Lewis, Dick Wells, Art Garcia, and Jack
Wilson distance runners. Men who will bolster the
returning lettermen are: Don Kidder, Keith Herbert,
Jerry Barnes, Dick Hanna, Bob Dunbar, Larry
Krouse, Larry Kneriem, Keith VanSickIe, Chuch Kis-
paugh, and Bill Pettit.
Again this year the team will be entered in
some of the state's large track meets. Some of
these will be the Albion Relays, Portage High Re-
lays, State Regionals, State Finals, and possibly
the Mansfield Relays.
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On the evenings of November 21 and 22, capa-
city crowds were thrilled by the annual pool show,
"King Neptune's Domain." The performance began
with the coronation of King Dennis Dermeyer and
Queen Geraldine Barnes. Following the coronation
came the specialty numbers "The Duel," "The Trum-
peters," "Prince and Princesses," "The Royal Hearts,"
"The Invaders from Space," "Knights in Armor,"
"Court Jesters," 'Royal Blue," and "The Wandering
Minstrels." Following the specialty numbers were a
performance by the king and queen and the grand
finale by the cast. The narrators, Shirley Friedrich,
Sharon Wood, and Emily Tompson, did a fine iob.
The directors, Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Chiaverini, did a
very capable iob on the Pool Show.
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Front Row: Wells. Second Row: Howard, Hickman.
First Row: Roesch, Kidder. Second Row: Keedy, Cos-
Third Row: Alafita, Herbert, Goldsmith, Hoeft. Fourth grove, Alverson, Hewitt, Measures. Third Row: Hick-
Row: Helma, Kishpaugh, Carlson, Barnes. Fifth Row: man, Lunn, Hood, Shepherd, Belanger. Fourth Row:
Saylor, Dermyer, Leone, Pile.
Hill. Fifth Row: Coulon, Forester. Sixth Row: Adams,
Lewis, Howell. Seventh Row: Stewart.
President Tom Hood
Vice-president Jim Lunn
Secretary Peter Hickman
Treasurer Larry Belanger
Sergeant at Arms
Under the direction of Mr. Chiaverini, the Varsity
Club started their fall activities by having a hayride.
Election of officers was held the first week in Decem-
ber and shortly after was the initiation of new mem-
The goal of the Varsity Club this year was to
boost the treasury. One plan, which was impossible
to start until next year, was to have a coat check at
basketball games. A second plan was to have a var-
sity.faculty basketball game. This took place at the
Blue and White game.
During the winter months a toboggan party was
held and in the spring the club members enjoyed a
splash party. After the spring initiation a picnic was
held, thus concluding another successful year for the
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Sitting: Christmas, Toltord, Goldsmith, Belanger. Front Row: Stocker, Curtis, Kiersey, Fox, Bohs, Findley
Seeck, Corley, Miller, Second Row: M. Miller, Woods, Strong, B. Miller, Ost, Hill, Goist, VanSickle, Pettit.
Back Row: Raloff, Hartwig, Mansfield, Bohn, Crosley, Bone, Saylor, Pryor.
Pres. John Goldsmith
V. Pres. Merrie Christmas
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The 1955-56 Student Council, under the direc- Mtjili ff'
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tion of Mr. Davidson, has undertaken many new 991'
proiects this year. 39,4
The Council introduced a new way of conducting
Career Day. ln the past the people of business
and industry have come to Adrian High. This year
the Council introduced the idea of having the
students go to the places of industry and business.
The issuing of library permits, tardy slips, and
absentee slips have been turned over to the Stu-
dent Council to lessen the work of some of the
The social box in the office and the dance in-
MA sl-'f structions are also among the new undertakings
512,31-,,,4..',i,s-S of the Council this year. b '
-"""""-1 week Twin Valley Student Council meetings are held! -
each year for the purpose of discussing problemsl
and exchanging ideas between each Twin Valley '--
Schools. This year Phyllis Fox, Judy Tolford, John
Goldsmith, and Glenn Goist were appointed to, -- so - 'T C"
go to the meeting. IUS 'l"UC.+iQnS
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Leaders Club, an energetic organization, is close-
ly affiliated with G.A.A. The girls in this club referee
and score intramurals, and teach gym and pool
classes. Not only do these girls help the gym teacher
greatly, but they practice and teach good sports-
manship and acquire the desire to help others.
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Front Row: Walker, Wallace, Miller, Ennis, Henderson,
Gardner. Second Row: Cox. Third Row: Barnes. Fourth ,5-
Row: Porter. Fifth Row: Wantz. Sixthe Row: Sauter.
Seventh Row: Carlson.
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Beebe Second Row: Mitchell Third Row: Allison Ost
Fourth Row: Flynn Fifth Row: Casteel Tompson.
Sixth Row: Camburn Fox Hortwig Green Jacobs.
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Front Row: Ashley, Ward, Gautz, Ostrander, Beebe.
Second Row: Curtis, Wreath. Third Row: Cox, Wantz,
Stultz. Fourth Row: Carlson. Fifth Row: Tompson,
Ledford, Hartwig, Bates, Powell.
Front Row: Walker, Fox. Second Row: Wallace, Moore.
Third Row: Kerentoff, Brion, Miller, Bennett. Fourth
Row: Porter, Gibbs. Fifth Row: Ost, Perkins, Cunning
ham, Sauter, MacQueen.
Front Row: Stecker, Christmas. Second Row: Jacob,
Thompson. Third Row: Flynn, Prochnow, Siders, Ost-
erhaut, Wood. Fourth Row: Beaubien, Vuillemin. Fifth
Row: Winzeler, Myers, Camburn, Gardner, Green.
The Girls' Athletic Association was very active this
year. They carried out the girls' intramural program,
which consisted of basketball, bowling, long-base
soccer, tumbling, and many other sports. These games
provided excitement for everyone. Initiation for the
G.A.A. took place during the month of January. Any
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Jo Ann Hampton
girl in school may become a member of the G.A.A.
as soon as she has earned 120 points, received from
participating in the intramural program, and has
been initiated. Each girl in the club works toward
the goal of 500 points so she may obtain a G.A.A.
letter. Mrs. Chiaverini is the club's very capable acl-
Front Row: Henderson, Corley, Betz, Clement, Sharkus
Second Row: Ries, Koster, Bugbee, McNeil, Wynn,
Bohlinger. Third Row: Seeck, Reed, Ennis, Nelson,
Acker, Stephan. Fourth Row: Casteel, R. Ruesink,
Mitchell, McAfee, Thompson, C. Ruesink.
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Vice-president Carol Ries
Secretary Shirley Prochnow
Treasurer Lonnie Stultz
The Business Organization Club has been very
active in the business management of the wrestling
team by compiling the programs and soliciting the
ads. They sold the tickets, had advertising posters
placed in various places, and had announcements
over the public address system. The members of the
club were also scheduled to serve as ticket takers
and sellers for the swimming meets, basketball games,
and football games. The Business Organization Club
spent time making shakeroos, which were sold at the
During the first two weeks of February, each mem-
ber of the club provided two ads for the district
basketball tournament programs. At the close of the
year they were all looking forward to spending a
delightful day at the lake at Mr. Lutz's cottage.
Under the excellent leadership of Mr. Lutz, the
Business Organization Club members worked dili.
gently to earn a Business Organization pin. They
all believe that this year was a huge success.
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Front Row: Nipper, Treat, Jewell, Kern, Baker, Bates, Thompson. Second Row: Roback, Lane Clark
Pfister, Garrison, Fretwell. Third Row: Jacobs, Britton, Beekel, Griffin, Shulters. Back Row Shadwell
Johnson, Knierim, Garnsey, Rockwell, Moore.
Anyone interested in farming is sure to be
pleased with ioining the F. F. A. The motto, "To
practice brotherhood, honor, rural opportunities
and responsibilities, and develop those qualities
of leadership a future farmer should possess",
speaks for itself as tothe kind of a club the F. F. A.
really is. Jack Hill leads the club this year with
the help of Mr. Moore, the new advisor. The club
raises money in various ways. This year they held
a pancake supper. In the summer the boys spray
crops etc. to help raise money. Each year the
Adrian Chapter of the F. F. A. sends delegates to
the F. F. A. State convention. Eugene Beckel, Dan
Russell, and Jack Hill were delegates this year. At
the convention Jack Hill was elected Vice-president
of region two.
Front Row: Hill, President.
Second Row: Beebe, Reporter, Russell, Vice-president
Back Row: Holcomb, Treasurer, Moore, Advisor, Crow, Secretary
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Front Row: Mattis, Stein, Bringman, Johnson. Second Row: Betz, Cruikshank, Craig, Ford, Bancroft. Third
Row: Gibbs, B. Miller, Bottoms, Vogel, Wiebeck, Richards. Fourth Row: Small, Morton, Meyer, Evans,
This year the Future Nurses, sponsored by Misses
Leona Diehl and Ruth Sherman, worked in the T.B.
Clinics, making out the cards for X-raying as well
as doing all the advertising. They also made favors
for the hospital at Christmas time and took turns
working at the desk during the year. During the
month of April the Future Nurses took a trip to Park,
Davis and Company.
Connie Jenkins, Vice-president, Mary Miller, Pres-
ident, Jean Goutz, Treasurer, Mary Lou Hart, Cor-
responding Secretary, Dianne Ruesink, Secretary.
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Front Row: Rubel, Kishpaugh, Anderson, Van Norman, Atkins, Friedrich, Ferguson, Koelmlein, Allison-
Second Row: Boswell, Mc Afee, Thompson, Wynn, Martin, Cunningham, Sweet, E. Smith, Salter. Third Row:
Barrett, Rau, Handy, McLean, Wise, Boughey, Seeck, Oyer, Dennis, Crist, Vuillemin. Fourth Row: Miss
Armstrong, Mrs. Reeves, Sherrwood, Campbell, Kaiser, Acker, Reed, Bohs, Bennington, Nelson, Osterander.
The Future Teachers' Club of Adrian High School
was named after Miss Mildred Armstrong, who is the
club advisor along with Mrs. Reeves. Installation of
officers took place at the Home Economic's House
with many new members present. Members of the
club have been helping at the Croswell School and
also on playgrounds- at several schools in the city.
Many interesting meetings were held this year, in-
cluding movies and guest speakers.
Front Row: Jane Engel, Secretary, Sharon Wood,
President, Jean Hartwig, Vice President. Second Row:
Carolyn Curtis, Historian, Phyllis Fox, Treasurer, and
i Sue Pellowe, Librarian.
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Front Row: Wood, McAfee, Green, Craig. Second Row:
Porter, Miller, Vogel, Friedrich, Sharlcus, Henderson,
Clement. Third Row: Hartwig, Hulse, Morton, Ost, Martin,
Meyer, Spies, Thompson, Blaker.
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The Debate Team of l956 consisted of: Frank
Spies, Fred Meyer, Sharon Porter, Sharon Wood,
and Shirley Friedrich. The team had a record of 3
losses and 5 wins. With this record they were eligi-
ble for the State Regional Contest, in which they
received a University of Michigan Plaque. The team
was finally defeated by one of the top schools in
Forensics, which is spring speech work sponsored
by the University of Michigan, consists of three
contests: the local, the district, and the regional.
There are five categories of competition which
students may enter: the oratorical declamation, the
original oratory, the extemporaneous discussion,
the dramatic reading, and the humorous reading.
Front Row: Porter, Friedrich, Wood.
Back Row: Spies, Hart, Martin, Meyer.
Front Row: Garrison, Howell, Hill, Webster. Second Row: Ellison,
Meyers, Hathaway, Jenkins, Hickok, Reynolds, Notes. Third Row: Ost,
Miller, Gibbs, Moore, Guyman, Wilson, Shepherd. Fourth Row: Gatt,
Kishpaugh, Griffin, Lane, Leggat, Woods.
The Booster Club, one of the most active clubs in year, under the leadership of its officers and Miss
Adrian High, is composed of students who ar-e taking Sherman, were the sponsoring of busses to away games
speech and the students in Adrian High who have had selling all-school play tickets, selling Sickles, giving
Speech. Christmas baskets to needy families, and selling re-
Among the many things Booster Club has done this freshments at the football and basketball games.
Front Row: Green, Bohs, Bailiff, Nentzer, Navarro, Graber. Second Row:
Walker, Kerentoff, Beebe, Allison, Fox, Kanhnlein, Bennet. Third Row:
Thompson, Barnes, Martin, Pellowe, Morton, Strong, Anderson, Hampton,
Fourth Row: Hartwig, Stevens, Hood, Herbert, Friedrich, Tompson,
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Front Row: Hanke, Reynolds, Stultz, Morton, Lawler, Minnick, Holloway, Rau, Richards, Hickok, Wotring,
L. Ford, Graham, Miller, Walter. Second Row: Cruickshank, Sauter. Third Row: Wiebeck, Phenicie, Stewart
Shepherd, Klingler, Mattis, Smith, Dusseau, Thompson, Ostrander, Rose, Brehmer, Flynn, Young. Fourth
Row: Zimmerman, Harman. Fifth Row: Foster, Underwood. Sixth Row: Maier, Jones, Baughey, Ferguson,
Ennis, Foor, Osterhaut, Foote, Johnson, Powell, Hoffman, Ruff, White, Mills, Barron.
Beginning with the initiation which took place
October 19, 1955, the Selaco Club girls participated
in several activities. They held a candy sale, Christ-
mas program and party, and guest night. The main
event was a Mother-Daughter Party in May. Officers
for next year were also elected during that month.
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Front Row: Stecker, Wentz. Second Row: Gardner, Clubbston. Third Row: Jacobs, Pul len
Fourth Row: Officers, Curtis-Treasurer, Ost-Vice President, Beebe-President, Mitchell-
Secretary, Sweet-Jr. Janitor, Bleich. Fifth Row: McCracken, Martin. Sixth Row: Baggett,
Ehinger. Seventh Row: Dusseou, Wreath, Miss Hutchins, Hampton, Wise, Mentzer.
The Art Club was a larger organization this year
and chose its goal as "To help the school, the com-
munity, and yourself through the knowledge of
The Club's main activities were making Christ-
mas corsages, placing clean-up signs around the
school, modern mobiles, plaster paris molds, and
various other things.
Anyone interested in art or in learning how to
make unusual things may ioin the Club. The mem-
bers held their meetings in the Art room every
Thursday after school .
The "Cercle Francais," more commonly known
as the French Club, held their meetings once a month
during the school year. Each meeting consisted of a
business meeting which was followed by a program
Some of the proiects undertaken by the French
Club and also the French Class students were: work-
ing at concession stands during basketball games,
having a bake sale, taking a trip to the Toledo Mu-
seum to review French art, and preparing a French
The most important events of the year were the
initiation of about twenty-five new members and the
annual Mardi Gras held in March.
The club, with Mrs. Cretcher as their advisor, has
had a very good year.
Front Row: Beverly Garrison, 'lst
Vice-president, Peggy Cunningham,
President, Christine Carlson, 2nd
Vice-president. Back Row: Norma
Foster, Treasurer, Beverly Gardner
Front Row: Mrs' Crelcherl Brion' Hamplonc Mayer' Front Row: Mrs. Cretcher, Rau, Reed, Foor, Cunning
Vonblorman' Banach' Gruber' Second Row' ul er. ham, Walker. Second Row: Clugston, Meyers, Spiegel
Barnhart, Palmer, Mackintosh, Porter, Baughey, Elll- Harmon' Lehr Poner. Third Row: Webster Sheng
son, Flynn. Third Row: Harper, Cunningham, Cramer, McNeal pellowe Dermyer Wallace Fawn: Row '
Neiswander, Koster, Wise, Wood, Tamp-SON: Fourth Russell, Hartwig, Ennis, Porter, Beaubien, William
Row: Dougherty, Casteel, Stecker, Smith, Wreath, Son.
Swartz, Crist, Wild.
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Front Row: Angel Oieda, Vice-president, Phyllis Pul
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ond Row: Fred Bone, Sergeant-at-Arms, Frances Bos-
well, Treasurer. Third Row: Advisor Mr. Busack.
Inset: Jack Wilson, President.
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The Spanish Club, Los Companeros Alegres,"
started its year in October with the initiation of
approximately thirty new members.
During the year they held one business meeting
and one social event a month. The social meetings,
such as skatirg parties, Christmas caroling, and to-
bogganing, were followed by refreshments served
at the homes of the members.
A project of the Spanish Club this year was the
selling of combs with Adrian Maples" engraved on
Under the supervision of Mr. Busack, the Spanish
Club enjoyed a good year.
Front Row: Hickman, Hill, Carlson, Nixon, Ehinger, Krouse. Second Row: MacQueen, Ward, Ries, Mentzer,
Navarro, Winzler, Richard, Tew. Third Row: Baliff, Carr, Sweet, Gibbs, Christmas, Hayes, Prochnow,
Kiersey. Fourth Row: Thompson, Nelson, Acker, Mitchell, Seeburger, Stephen, Betz, Johnson, Teter,
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Front Row: Roeder, Campbell, Mulligan, McCarley, Palmer, McAfee,
Wynn, Clement, Sharkus, Corley, Bugbee, Hill, Henderson, Notes.
Second Row: Ruesink, Buttermore, Smith, McLean, Covell, Meyer,
Larkins, Luce, Coutz, Black, Morton, Prichard, Smoll. Third Row:
Parish, Reeves, May, Goist, Mansfield, Seeck, Reed, Ruesink, Oyer,
Kishpaugh, Peters, Anderson, Baughey, Klinger. Fourth Row: Allen,
Lindberg, Sherwood, Campbell, Wiebeclc, Thompson, Webster, Miller,
Perkins, Bottoms, Crossley, Moran, Swichard, Sherman, Kelley.
Front Row: Moore, Hill, Yoakum, Kaiser, Blalcer, Green, Koehnlein,
Ruesink, Baker. Second Row: Barnes, Walker, K. Porter, Kerentoff,
Beebe, S. Porter, Allison, Hunter, Springer, Fox. Third Row: Jenkins,
Gautz, Mattis, Gephart, Martin, Pellowe, Morton, Cunningham, Engle,
Wood. Fourth Row: Baker, Thompson, Friedrich, Spies, Saxton, Lunn,
Hood, Leone, Curtis, Ledford, Hartung.
Front Row: Vice-president Rubel,
The Latin Club had a very active year. Meeting President Hewitt Back Row: Sec-
the second Tuesday of each month in the Study Hall,
the members enioyed many interesting meetings,
highlighted by an initiation and a Christmas party.
Extra activities included the Latin Club show in March.
The theme of the show was "Gala Greetings." The
climax of the year was the annual Raman banquet
retary Furguson, Sargeant ot Arms
Shepherd, Treasurer DeForrest.
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All school DlA
"A Dance With Our Miss Brooks" was chosen as
this year's all-school play. The hilarious comedy was
based on the "Our Miss Brooks" of radio and tele-
The play centered around a spring dance. "Tu-
lip Time." in which Miss Brooks got "in dutch" due
to unforeseen circumstances, in other words, trouble.
Miss Brooks and the dance committee were in charge
of the dance. All seemed to be going fine, even the
two romantic interests, Miss Brooks and the coach,
Woody and Karen, when trouble set in. Ladies from
the Taxpayers' Association came to see the school
about an increase in the budget. They thought extra-
curricular activities were useless and unnecessary
until Miss Brooks set them straight. They were so im-
pressed, they asked to come that evening and give
a talk to the whole group. There went the date Miss
Brooks and the coach had planned. Misunderstand-
ings led to more trouble, plus the fact that the scatter-
brained Audrey forgot about getting an orchestra for
Just as it seemed everything for the dance was
ruined-dates, decorations, and orchestra-things be-
gan to look up. Broken friendships and romances
were mended and misunderstandings cleared up.
As the end came, everything had been righted for
a happy, humorous ending to an equally humorous
The cast of twenty-six did a brilliant piece of
work in this laugh-provoking comedy. The play was
superbly directed by Miss Ruth E. Sherman.
Miss Brooks Sandra Green Woody Kelly Howell
Hugo Longacre Harry Keller Bob Larry Guyman
Miss Marlowe Shirley Friedrich Fred Charles Kishpaugh
Mr. Wadsworth Grover Tipton Charles Jerry May
Jo Ann Hampton
Girl's voice on the P. A.
This page is sponsored by Adrian Laundry Co.
Mary Lou Hart
Front Row: Stevens Gallippo. Second Row: Holmes, Mills, Anderson, Potes, Pullen, Fumiriko, Newman.
Third Row: Funk, Reyes, Handy, Horn, Mitchell, Furguson. Back Row: Mr. Smith, McAfee, Wilson, Kishpaugh,
Nixon, O ieda, Smith.
The purpose of the newly organized Bible Club
is to better understand, appreciate, and enjoy the
world's greatest textbook, the Bible.
Meetings were held regularly on Monday and
Thursday noons, with Mr. Harry Smith as the advisor.
Special proiects consisted of an Easter display
during Holy Week and a Bible exhibit.
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Front Row: Liski, Rau, Dunlap, Silvernail, Clugston, Winters, Vogel, J. Hill, K. Reed Spiegel, Sweet
Wallace, Crist, Wild, Y. Smith, Kaiser, P. Smith. Second Row: B. Reed, Hannula, Drager Roesh C Ruesmk
B. McKimmy, Bemis, Meyers, Seeburger, Salter, Neiswander, Wood, Griffin, Engel, McPhil Third Row Shook
Ellison, Pfister, Nixon, Coutz, Ehinger, Baughey, Perkins, Tompson, Cunningham Baumea Baker J Mc
Kimmy, J. Hill, Atkins, Taylor, Mr. Bohms. Back Raw: Van Sickle, Kafer, Brittain Schlatter Crossley
A. Ruesink, Kishpaugh, Towers, Barish, Reeves, Saxton, Sawyer, Rainier, Tuttle, Mnley
The band furnished us with delightful muslc this
year at all the important functions During the foot
ball season the band members faithfully turned out
and practiced regardless of the weather coming up
with very fascinating and entertaining half time pro
grams. The band, under the direction of Mr. Bohms,
put a lot of pep into all the athletic events. We
appreciate his hard work in conducting the band.
Also we appreciate the students who gave up much
time and effort to make our band one of which
Adrian can be very proud.
ln addition the bond participated in the district
and state festivals, receiving a first division rating
in the district for the last six years. They also went
to the State Fair and took part in that event.
Front Row: Mr. Mickens, J. Koehnlein, Paterson, Reyes, Ray, M. Koenhlein, Brown Dennis Nye Mills
Webster, Britton. Second Row: Rittenhouse, Klinger, Morton, Curtis, Damon, Seeck C Gallippo Jacobs
Sweet, Foor, Smith. Third Row: Meyers, Mitchell, Crist, Kiersey, Hampton, Jenkins Blanchard B Galluppo
Ball, Kruger, Roesch. Back Row: Baughey, Wood, Atkin, Engel, Neiswander, Cunningham A Ruesink
C. Ruesink, McKinney, Rainier, Tuttle.
The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Mickens,
has done a fine iob this year. They entertained be-
tween acts at the all-school play and the Variety
Show, during several assemblies, and at the Rotary
Club dinner. We on the Sickle Staff are wishing
them the best of luck as they prepare for the District
and State Festivals.
Front Row: Mglfimmey, Saxton, Winters, Schlcter, Bemis, Reeves, Mr. Bohms. Second Row: Rainer, Sawyer
Tuttle, Ruesink, Hill, Crossley. Bock Row: Atkins, Hill, Miley, McKimmey, Towers, Kishpaugh.
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Front Row: Porter, A. Carrpbell, J. Tuttle, Seeck, Corley, MacQueen, C. Tuttle, Goldsmith, Galnares,
Baderstecher, Bufford, Tew, Ward, Pellowe, Brion, Kiersey, A. Moore. Second Row: Tolford, Clement,
Milner, Hampton, Becker, Ehingher, C. Campbell, Church, Rinehart, Macintosh, Myers, Winzeler, Henderson,
Fruchey, Johnson, Small, Spiegel, Fox. Third Row: Neiswander, S. Smith, Nelson, Gephart, Miller, Jenkins,
Martin, Baughey, Leggat, Hull, L. Krouse, Hartman, Lennox, Bovee, Mitchell, Bennett, Garrison, Casteel,
Ost. Fourth Row: Cunningham, Reynolds, Anderson, Strong, Wise, J. Moore, Gibbs, Tompson, Perkins,
Barnes, Forster, Dunbar, Ferguson, Roney, Russell, Hathaway, Webster, Roberts, M. Miller, Hayes. Fifth
Row: Curtis, Friedrich, Tompson, Snyder, Sebring, Guyman, R. Krause, Cosgrove, Moran, Harper, Warner,
Buttermore, Keith, D. Weaver, B. Weaver, Sentle, Ruesink, Christmas.
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During the past year the Choir members con-
tributed their talents to various school and com-
munity functions such as the Thanksgiving, Christmas,
and Easter programs. They also participated in the
Winter Concert, the Variety Show, the City Music
Festival, and have sung for many service clubs.
The Choir's participation in the District Choral
Festival has consistantly brought Adrian high honors.
The Choir started their year with an appearance
before the Michigan Education Association meeting
in Ann Arbor and closed with participation in the
Front Row: McQueen, Garrison,
Friedrich, Gibbs, Tompson, Rue
Campbell, Webster, Fruchey, Smoll. Second Row: Pellowe, Gephart,
The Girls Vocal Ensemble have been active serv-
ing school and community functions throughout the
year. They have furnished music for various civic
altairs and for school programs. They have also
been top rated contenders in the competitive music
The Stringed Ensemble is organized for the pur-
pose of playing music at luncheons, dinner meet-
ings, or any other place where a small musical
group is desired. Throughout the year the en- m
semble has played for various Adrian Clubs and B
Morton, Seeck, Kiersey, Dennis, Jacobs.
Crist, Coutz, Baumea, Sweet.
We are proud of the clarinet quartet and the
cornet trio which represented our school at various
functions during the year. Each group achieved a
top rating in the district festivals and at press time
were ready to participate in the state finals.
Hill, Atkin, McKimmy, Wood.
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Braun Funeral Home
Campus Dining Room
Citizen's Gas Fuel
Dan's Blue Sunoco
Davis and Baily
Duff and Jud's
Feight's Barber Shop
Frank, Louis 8. Sans
Gray Floor Covering
Hard 8- Bailey
Horn's Pure Oil
Hughes Barber Shop
Joe's Shell Service
Lenawee County Savings
Lenawee County Surveying
Miller Radio 8- T.V.
Monroe Shoe Repair
Murphy, C. G.
Norquay Shoe Repair
Oil Service Co.
Oro Mfg. Co.
Purity Ice Cream
Stubnitz - Greene
Swiegert's Book Store
Dr. Robert Birmingham
Dr. E. E. Buskirk
Dr. L. K. Cox
Driscoll Service Station
Dunmore Funeral Home
Dr. M. J. Edwards
Gerity - Michigan
The Heifron Clinic
Dr. D. M. Hendricks
Dr. C. J. Hood
Bernard Patmos, M. D.
A. S. Posternacki, M. D
C. L. Ramsay
R 8. S Shoe Store
Dr. Schmidt, D.D.S.
Shepherd and Stoll
Sky Drive-ln Theater
Westgate - Condra
Ray P. White
J. C. Penney Co., Inc.
wishes to honor
The Music Department
who presented such o fine show.
Kenneth L. Curtis Adrian, Michigan
C U R T I S
Where Good Chickens Are Well Dressed"
Telephone: COIfox 5-6174
'I33 MARKET PLACE
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I956
HORN'S PURE OIL SERVICE
csAsouNE Moron on ROAD sERvlcE
Corner Church ond Winter Phone: COIfox 5-5443
DAVIS 8. BAILY
132 So. Main Street
ADRIAN - MICHIGAN
PRIMOR PRODUCTS, INC.
201 I W. Beecher Rd. Adrian, Mich.
Qyefwflfff SALES Q sew,
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COMPLIMENTS T0 THE
CLASS of 1956
BALES TRUCKING AND SUPPLY
Phone: C0 5-2212
T FREEZ THA S N
REVCO FASTER FREEZING ACTION
LET US PROVE IT!
S Y L IR co ealer-
Qlvco Deerfield, Mich
S. S. STULL
1 18 East Maumee
THE MAUMEE COMPANY
SPORTING GOODS and TOYS
218 West Maumee COltax 5-6009
DWIGHT D. DENNIS AGENCY
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
AUTO - LIFE - FIRE
OFFICE aloomingfon, Illinois RESIDENCE
136 South Main Street 552 Budlong
Adrien, Michigan Adrian, Michigan
Phone: C0lfcX 5-2944 Phone: COIfax 5-5392
II. M. IFIEIIGHT BARBER SHOP
FIVE CHAIRS - WEEK DAYS
SEVEN CHAIRS - FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS
Phone: COlfax 5-8565
lI3 South Main Street ADRIAN. MICHIGAN
DUFF AND IUD'S STANDARD SERVICE
Free Pick-up and Delivery - Telephone: C0llax 3-9968
Corner West Church and Maumee Street
Nl. DANIHS l.. .IUDSON
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C WALLPAPER AND PAINT COMPANY
PRINTING DRAPEmss-INTERIOR DECORATING
PHONE: CO 3-1664
407 N. MAIN ST. ADRIAN, MICH, 325 East Maumee St. Adrian
CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS of 1956
Hub Clothing Company
A 5 I Crosley Whirlpool R C A
A P ' " JASMUND BROTHERS
Donald and Walter Jasmund, Owners
SALES AND SERVICE
155 N. Winter St. COflcx 5-2029
NEXT TO CONSUMERS POWER
Telephone: COlfux 5-2801
121 East Maumee Sf. Adrian. MLCLW-
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ADRIAN HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OF I956
ADRIAN Sl-LLES BUMP!-LNY
REALTOR - INSURANCE
Ground Floor-National Bank Building
Telephone: COlfcx 5-2165
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1956
Adrion's Leading Photo and Ari Cenfer
JACK VAN SCHAICK
YOUNG OF HEART
HARD 8: BAILEY DRUG CD.
jhe, 0'Z2xalL Stem
Phone: COlfox 5-8344
I4 3 Main Streei
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T INSUREDA Ano mom Assocnunon
55 3 121 West Maumee 'V Phone: CO 5-6128 4' Adrian, Michigan
Tires - Television - Appliances
Phone: COifox 5-8498 Adrian, Mich.
W A B .I
1490 on Your Radio
Sfarf Your Day Wifh Music - All The Lafesf Recordings
WE CONGRATULATE THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1956
STEVE N S 0 N
lumber and Coal Company
Eighty-Three Years of Serving You!
1 3 7 3 1956
FOORS STANDARD SERVICE
Highway US-223 and Wolf Creek Highway
TIRES, BATTERIES cmd ACCESSORIES
Complete Lubrication and Wash
JENKINS RADIO and T-V SERVICE
Next to WABJ - 2980 Treat Street
Phones: COIfax 5-8433, 5-6514, 3-1601
Complim f of
Real Estate Sales
T I phone: COlfc1x 5-7159
T47 NORTH MAIN STREET DRIAN
A. B. PARK COMPANY
You are Always Welcome at the
A. B. PARK COMPANY
LOUIS FRANK 8. SONS
THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1956
FOR THE PART H'PLAYED
STUDENT GOVERNMENT DAY
B 0 H N
Aluminum and Brass Corporation
"Constant Curls Are Our Business"
BILL JENICINS SWIGERT BOOK STORE
CITIES SERVICE GAS AND OILS
PACKAGED MEATS - GROCERIES
CO 5 8433 Ph CO 3 9807 BOOKS
C T d h S Ad
3400 Treat Road Adrian, Michugan
Days: COIfux 5-7364
Nights: C0lfux 5-6622
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I956
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IENAWEE DAIRY PRODUCTS
MIRACLES OF MILK
MICHIGAN PRODUCERS DAIRY co.
ADRIAN MICH SEBEWAING, MICH
HILLMAN MICH TECUMSEH MICH
Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class ot 'I956
DIL SERVICE COMPANY
Ibistributors Phillips "66" Petroleum ProductsI
'II50 E. MICHIGAN STREET ADRIAN, MICHIGAN
B if 5 I
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TRADE 0 CO. MAPK
CAREER DAY AT BRIDGEPORT, I956
We Are Always Interested In Your Career
-ir BOTH DURING YOUR SCHOOL DAYS
ir AND AFTER YOU GRADUATE
BRIDGEPORT BRASS COMPANY
MILLER RADIO and T-V, Inc.
RAYTHEON - ZENITH - SYLVANIA
For honest and efficient service . . . Dial CO 5-6744
H. L. JUDGE
107 S. Main St.
Adrian - Michigan
SILVER DOLLAR CAFE
112 North Main Street
Ice Cream - Candies
Phone: COlfax 5-6365
Men's, Women's and ChiIdren's Shoes Compliments of
Tennis and Rubbers Monrae Shoe Repair
WE'Ll. FIT YOUR FOOT!
105 East Maumee CORNER MMN
LEONARD'S GULF SERVICE
250 W. Church I
Fine Apparel for Gentlemen
'I10 N. Main Sf.
PAINTS and VARNISHES
CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE CLASS OE
A 8 W B001' BEER STAND
HAMBURGERS - HOT DOGS - ROOT BEER FLOATS
ROOT BEER BY THE GALLON-BASKETBURGERS
WE USE ONLY TOP QUALITY STEER BEEF
Across from the Fire Station
PHONE: CO 5-7633
We Congrofulafe The Senior Class of 1956
CITIZEN'S GAS FUEL COMPANY
NORTH MAIN STREET
Celebrating 100 years of serving Adrian
Congratulations to the Class of 1956
327 W. Maumee St. Colfax 5-3071
I-IHRRY E. GRIEWHHN
READY MIXED CONCRETE
240 West Maple Avenue
61444 of I956
ORC MANUFACTURING C0
Phone: COIfc1x 5-2171
CONTRACTORS 8. SUPPLIERS
HEATING - PLUMBING - AIR-CONDITIONING
SHEET METAL WORK
242 - 244 w. MAUMEE ST ADRIAN MTCHIGAN
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF T956
GRAY FLOOR COVERING
403 North Main Street A D R I A N
C omplzments of
C Us223 dS hMa Ad
CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES
T0 THE CLASS OF 1956
Lenawee Counly Savings Bank
ADRIAN STAIE SAVINGS BANK
R 0 G E R S
LUMBER AND COAL COMPANY
Telephone: COlfox 5-7011
.IOE'S SHEll SERVICE
Firestone Tires and Batteries
Corner of Church and Winter Streets
Phone: COlfax 3-9908
1 OPEN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS
Willnow Printing Co.
L. W. Willnow-E. E. Willnovr
A Complete Letter Press
PHONE: Cblfax 5-6365
230 East Maumee Adrian, Michigan ,
296 South Main Street Phone: C0 5-8945
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KEWAUNEE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Congratulations to the Class of 1956
126 South Brood
Cones Malts Sundaes
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T0 THE CLASS of 1956
WALPER FURNITURE C0
FINE FURNITURE AND CARPETS
compomenf, ofcommfnclal savmos BANK
Nixon - Marbr0's o
EVERYTHING IN MUSIC
Star Tobacco and Candy Company
Phone: C0lfux 5-6822 Adrian
ROOFING and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
416 West Maumee Street
Congratulations to the Class of 1956
Lenawee County Surveying Department
WALTER E. FRAZIER and ASSOCIATES
Engineers and Surveyors
FOR QUALITY SHOE SERVICE
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT NORQUAY5 55405 REPAIR
' ADRIAN NORQUAY fm, ffefofn
Phone CO 3-9524 for Take-out Pizzas 421 West Beeche' Sm i
M A I N S T O P
OPEN Sundays and Evenings till 12:00
1003 N. Main St. COlfax 3-9873
CLASS OF 55
SELECT USED CARS
I375 West Maumee
Compliments of SMART APPAREL
'l'l8 South Main Street
DAN'S BLUE SUNOCO SERVICE
Free pick-up ond delivery Phone: CO 3-9868
Tires - Batteries - Lubrication - Washing - Waxing
402 West Maumee Adrian, Michigan
S. HUGHES BARBER SHOP P A L M A N S
THREE CHA'RS FURNITURE, CARPETING
Basement 207 North Main sneer AND APPLIANCES
Admin' MWGUH 130 North Main sneer
"ir PAYS ro Look wsu' ADMAN MICHIGAN
G. C. MURPHEY CO.
THE FRIENDLY STORE
117-119 West Maumee Street
Ambulance Service CO 5-8000
THE BRAUN FUNERAL HOME
State at Union
Edward F. Braun Richard A. Braun
SIGN OF THE TURK
CHALONER 61 CO.
Bottlers and Distributors of
Mason's Root Beer - Nesbitt's Orange - Squirt - Icy Flavors
3100 South Main Street
Phone: CO 5-5055
"WHERE FRIENDS MEET"
121 N. Main Street
ADRIAN - MICHIGAN
HURD LOCK CO.
WISHES TO CONGRATULATE
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
FINE HOMECOMING PROGRAM
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