Adrian High School has been housed in only
three buildings in one hundred years. They were
the Union School, Old Central, and the present
senior high buildings.
The first high school was the Union School,
which was built in 1852 to hold 500 students. lt
was said that "The exterior is plain but the in-
terior is very commodious and pleasant."
In August of 1866 the Union School burned to
the ground. From 1866 to 1868 the Old Streeter
House and several churches were used for school
The new Central building, the present iunior
high, was finished in 1869. lt boasted seven hot
air furnaces, and a seating capacity of 1000. The
cost was S70,000. At its dedication it was pro-
nounced "The noblest school building in the
The cornerstone of our present "old building"
was laid in 1907. To pay for the school, s5o,ooo
was voted at first. This obviously was not enough
and the amount was raised to S70,000. Finally
the school board asked for S90,000. The people
of Adrian willingly raised the amount each time.
Our newer building was completed in 1939.
lt cost S297,542, showing the sharp increase in
costs. At that time it was said to have one of the
finest pools, gymnasiums, and music rooms in
This brings the history of Adrian Public High
School buildings up to date. Of course we all
know the next step-our new school, which, with
the addition to our present senior high, will cost
approximately four and a half million dollars.
HENRY W. LUTZ, B.A.
Just because you're such a worthwhile person Just because you're always nice and helpful
With dignity of manner, quiet strength, Ancl ever have a pleasant word to say,
Just because your kindness is abounding, Just because you set a fine example
Your patience everlasting knows no length, With character that's based on Christian love
Just because you're always there to help U5 Just because YOUI' goal of true perfection
To start us on the rightful future way, To all reproach is very far above,
Just because you're so sincere in all things JUST because we're grateful and we thank you
Ancl give advice to help us every day, For everything you say and all you do,
Just because we like your sense of humor, Mr. Lutz, we dedicate this Sickle to one
Your smile that brightens each and every day, Who's helped us most in high school, "You."
Board of Education
CHARLES E. HICKMAN
JAMES I. MORAN .
W. L. AUSTIN
H. D. GARDNE R
LOUIS E. ROBERTS
ROBERT FRELIGH JAMES H. FRIDD ROBERT C. BIRMINGHAM
Trustee Trustee Trustee
CHESTER E. DAVIDSON
University of Illinois B.E.: M.A.
American History: Sociology:
Psychology: Boy's Counselor:
Advisor, Student Council.
HENRY W. LUTZ
University of Michigan B.A.
Bookkeeping l and Il: Commercial
Law: Commercial Geography:
Business Organization: Financial
College of Wooster B.S. Bowling
Green State University B.A.
American History M.S.: Athletic
ACID In I SITQAUCYT
ROBERT L. HAYDEN
ELSlE A. OLMSTEAD
Albion College B.A.: University
Study Hall: Girl's Counselor.
DONALD T. WHITNEY
Central State Teachers College
B.S.: University of Minnesota M
Vocational Co-ordinator: Adult
University of lowa B.S.: M.A.
Supervisor of Music.
MILDRED M. ARMSTRONG
Adrian College B.A.: University
of Michigan M.A.: Columbia
English Literature: English 'l0:
Co-advisor Future Teachers Club.
Michigan State University B.S.:
E. EDWARD CARLSON
Central State Teachers College
Albion College B.A.: Illinois
State Normal University M.S.
French: Advisor, French Club.
WILLARD H. DEJONGE
Western Michigan B.A.:
Speech: English 10: Advisor,
CAROL L. EVERTS
Bowling Green State University
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B.S.: University of Michigan M.M.
Band Instrument Technique.
College of Wooster B.A.:
University of Oregon: University
Spanish: Coach, Baseball and
Basketball: Assistant Coach
JAMES CRETCHER '
Albion College B.A.: Olivet
College M.A.: University of
Wisconsin Ph.M.: University of
American Literature: Coach,
Track and Debate.
gg JEAN DAVIS
V 3 Bowling Green State University
- ' Physical Education: Advisor,
":l A Pool Show, Girl's Athletic
Association, and Leaders Club.
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University of Michigan M.A.
Algebra: Geometry: Coach,
LINDSEY L. GORDON
Northeast and Missouri State
Teachers College: B.S.: George
Washington University: Michigan
State University: Civics and
College of Wooster A.B.: Kent
American History: Assistant
Coach, Basketball and Football.
University of Illinois B.A.:
Columbia University M.A.
Home Economics: Cafeteria.
FRANCIS C. HAZEN
University of Michigan B.A.: M.A.
Jr. High Physical Education:
Coach, Tennis and Swimming.
HELEN C. HUTCHINS
Western State Michigan College
Art: Advisor, Art Club.
ROY B. KELLER
Ohio State 'University B.S.
University of Michigan M.A.
EMILI E KOVANDA
Western Illinois State College
B.S. Education: Simmons College
M.S. in Library Science.
Librarian: Library Science.
CLAUDE R. HAMPTON
Michigan State Normal College
American Literature: Advisor
LMA G. HAYES
Ball State Teachers College B.S
University of Michigan.
Western Michigan College B.S.
WILLIAM B. IVESON
Hartt College of Music: B.M.
Trinity College: University of
Choir and Glee Club: Vocal
JOHN J. KOSICH
Wyoming University B.S.
Physical Education: Social Sci-
ence: Industrial Arts: Football
Coach: Assistant Track Coach:
Jr. High Swimming.
University of Toledo B.S.:
University of Cincinnati M. Edu-
Stenography: Office Practice:
Secretarial Training: Advisor
MARY JEAN MAYS
University of Pittsburg A. B.
English IO, Assistant Librarian.
FRANCIS K. MCMULLEN
Michigan State University B.S.
M.S. Vocational Agriculture:
Advisor, F.F.A., Manager of
Bowling Green State University
B.S. Education, Northwestern
University, University of Mich-
Lotin, Advisor, Latin Club,
CHARLES H. OSGOOD
Michigan State University B.S.,
University of Michigan M.A.
Attendence, Records, Study Hall
Western Michigan B.S.: Michigan
Reading Improvement: Drivers
RUTH E. SHERMAN
University of Michigan B.A.
English Composition, Speech,
Advisor, Maple Leaf and Drama-
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RAYMOND C. MACK EY
Eastern College B.A.
Biology, Senior Science.
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HOWARD MICK ENS
Bowling Green State University
B.S., Northwestern University
Orchestra, String Instruments.
" D AGNES M. NIELSEN
D .e,- g X Iowa State Teachers College B.S.,
A -eg E gi: Columbia University M.A.
. Home Economics, Advisor, Selaco
A f i Club.
D. DUNCAN PATERSON
Adrian College B.A., University
of Michigan M.A.
BioIo9Yi Advisor, Sophomore
ALICE E. RICHARD
Adrian College B.A., University
of Michigan M.A.
Plone Geometry, Advanced
Algebra, Trigonometry, Solid
Geometry, Counselor, College
is S x GERALDINE M. STEWART
D University oi Michigan B.A.
by World History.
Michigan State Normal College
B.A.: University of Michigan
MAX B. SWEET
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Michigan State Normal College
B.A.: University of Michigan M.A. In
Chemistry: Advisor, Senior Class:
Coach, Cross Country.
CAROL TOLL EY
University of Toledo B.S. Educa-
Commercial Math: Introduction to
Michigan State B.S.
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Independence Junior College:
Kansas State Teachers College.
B.S. Mechanical Arts: Auto Shop:
Assistant Junior Varsity Coach.
ALICE K. TUEGH
Western Michigan B.A.
Economics: Civics: Typing.
ALVIN R. WYSE
Manchester College B.A.: Ohio
State University M.A.
Bookkeeping: Office Practice:
Related Physical Instruction:
Coach, Junior Varsity Basketball
University of Michigan B.A.:
M.A. World History.
American History: Sociology:
Advisor, Bible Club and Archae-
Presbyterian Training School for
Nurses in Chicago: Albion College
Advisor Future Nurses of Michi-
Builomq Ano qnounos
Buildings and Grounds
Shipping and Receiving
Seated: Ost, Webster, Beaulaien, Wantz, Standing: Rulael, Olsaver, McLean, Kidd, Hill
Sherman, Oyer, Nipper, Rymal. Missing: Keedy.
' We of the Sickle Staff take great pride in
presenting the 1957 Centennial Sickle. Special
thanks goes to Mr. Hampton for his time and
effort in helping the staff.
This book was specially designed tor this,
the Centennial Year, and we hope it brings you
many enjoyable memories.
S DIOR class GHIICGQS
Standing: Ron Warner, John Goldsmith. Seated: Barbara Miller, Jean Hartwig, Kay Hulse.
John Goldsmith, vice-president, has participated Ron Warner, sergeant at arms, has kept very
in many activities. Listed in John's 1957 doings active during the last three years. Among Ron's
are: Vice-president, Varsity A Club, Senior of 1957 activities were: Football, Golf, Varsity A
the Month in Mathematics, President, Choir, Club, Booster Club ivice-presidentl, Choir Cman-
Jack-Ace, a quartet, Varsity Show, Home Room agerl, Senior Play, Variety Show, Talent Shows,
President, Basketball, Tennis. and president of his homeroom. ,
Jean Hartwig, president, has led her class all
the way during this year of triumph. Here are
a few of her accomplishments during this, her
final year: Editor of the Maple Leaf, Debate
Team, Forensics, All School Play, Senior Play,
Latin Club, Vice-president of the French Club,
Future Teachers' Club, G.A.A.
Barbara Miller, secretary,
the center of attraction. Here is a list of
"Barb's" activities during the year: Latin Club,
G.A.A., Cheerleader, French Club, Homecoming
Queen, Booster Club, Vice-president, Future
Nurses' Club, Student Council, Forensics.
can always be found
Kay Hulse, treasurer,
a fellow class mate. She has participated in
many clubs and organizations, namely: Cheer-
leader, Debate, Forensics, Homecoming Court,
All School Play, Senior Play, Future Teachers'
Club, Latin Club, Student Council, Booster Club,
and Secretary of the Choir.
is always willing to help
CARLOS COMEZ ALAFITA MARY LOU ALBRIGHT DUANE ALL EN PATRICIA ANN AUTEN
"Mr, Brownf' "Sparky" "Speech is great, but "Pat'
"An All-Star we're all for." "l'm QI-Ile? 5'-If mY heart is silence is greater." "She's a quiet girl---at
iolIy." Home room Treas. I5 Tennis times,"
Vqfsify A 2,35 Foofbqll 37 I,2,35 Latin Club I,2. B.O.C. 35 Co-op Club 3.
Basketball 2,35 Cross-
country 25 Baseball I,2,3.
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DALE RICHARD BAKER GERALD ALAN BARNES GERALDINE BARNES HGSVVYH
"Tex" "5Bf1f0b" "Always happy5 always gay5
"Not too serious, not too "Friends, Romans,Co'untry- qlwqyg friendly in every way."
gay, But a swell guy in men5 Lend me your girls. . !" Hgme roam Pres, 15 Sec,
every WGy.n l'lOme l'0Om Pres. 3, V.PreS. and Treqs, 2,35 Booster
F.F.A. Club I,2, Sgt. at 25 Varsity A Club 2,35 Choir Club 1,2135 G,A,A, Club 1,
Arms 3. I,2,35 "A M011 Called 2,35 Latin Club I,25Leaders
Peter", All school play 35
Swimming I,2,35 Track 2,3.
LE ROY BARRETT BARBARA ELAINE BATES
"All tongues speak well of "Boom, Boom. lt's fun to
him," be crazy."
Future Nurses Club 35
G.A.A. Club I,25 Leaders
Club I,25 Band I5 "A Man
Called Peter", Student
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BILLY BATES "BilI"
"A friend to everyone."
F.F.A. Club 1,2 Greas. 3.
NANCY KAY BARNHART
"I can resist everything
Home room V. Pres. 35 Sec
I,25 French Club 2, V.Pre
35 French award I,25 Girls
Glee Club I.
HERBERT BATES "Herb'
Home room Pres. 2,35 Sec.
and Treas. I.
MAZIE ELAINE BAUGH YVONNE G. BAUGHEY SHIRLEY ANN BEAR
"Elaine" "Vonnie" QORNERJ "Shirl"
"Whoever WGGPS G happy "Her cheerfulness is con- "Marriage is a taming thing."
face does service to hu- fqgiousj'
manity." Bible Club 25 Latin Club I,
2,35 Selaco Club l,2, Son
Leaderg Choir 'I,2,3.
"A quiet, likable girl."
B.O.C. I5 Co-op Club 3.
BARBARA ANN BLACK
" Dependable and then
Co-op Club 35 G.A.A. I,2,
Latin Club 'l,2.
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"All Women are naturally
Bible Club 2,35 Booster
Club 'I5 Co-op Club 35
Future Nurses 35 Latin
Club I5 Student Librarian 'I5
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"A merry heart maketh a
B.O.C. 35 G.A.A. I,2, V.
Pres. 35 Leaders Club I,35
LINDA BOTTOMS "Lyn"
"Tops with us."
Leaders Club 35 G.A.A. 2,
35 Future Nurses 2,35 Latin
Club l,2,35 Choir I.
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EUGENE ARTHUR BEEKEL BILL BICHARD "Bill" RODNEY CLAIR BIRD
Beek" "Just call me BillielJol." Birdie"
"Study not--for ignorance "Men may come and men
is bliss." may go, but I go on forever."
F.F.A. 1,2, Pres. 3.
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"Sleep all day, and play all
Spanish Club 2, Sgt. at Arms
I5 Jr. Rotarians 35 Boys'
State 25 Homeroom Pres. 'li
Student Council 2 5 HOROI'
JAMES BRIDGES "Jim" BARBARA ANN BRION VICTOR BRITTAIN "Vic" JUDY ANN BROWN "Dino"
"Tis feared he will die of "Bambi" "We know he is born for "Just in the NICK Offime-H
overwork." "I could be better if I would, success." Fufufe Nurses, Spqnish Club.
Homeroom Treus. 'l. but it's awful lonesome Art Club 'I5 B.O.C. 35 Stu-
being good." dent Librarian 'li Band 'l,2,
French Club 2,35 Future 35 Maple Leaf 3.
Nurses 35 G.A.A. l,2,35
Leaders Club 1,35 Choir
MARIANNE BROWN JAMES EDWIN EARL JAMES CAMPBELL CHRISTINE CARLSON "Kee
"Brownie" BUTTERMORE "Jim" "SOUP" 5he's pretty as a picture,
" "The hair and the temper "There are two ways to "Not GS fast US Sir MUlC0lmf nice frame too l"
don't match." drive a car--- lawful and bl-IT ------ -H Booster Club l,2,35 French
Co-op Club 35 FutureNurses 3. awful." lnfrdmvrvls II2- Club l,3, V. Pres.25 G.A.A.
Booster Club 35 Latin Club 'l,2,35 Leaders Club l,2,35
'l,2,35 Choir 'l,2,35 Boys' Homecoming Court 2,35 "A
Vocal Ensemble 'I5 Golf 'l,2. Dance With Our Miss Brooks"
"A Man Called Peter",
GARY CARLSON "Ged" RUTH ELAINE CARR BARBARA CAsTEEl-"B'-"'l9" DAVID L. CATERINA
"Oh, l'm early! I must have "Toni" "Tl'lBl'9 is U Wafm ll9l"I lf' "CGI"
forggrren something," "Her friends, there are many5 this quiet lady's eyes." "A little fun in the long run
Booster Club Pres. 35 Jr. her foes, UV' there ony?" French Club l,2,3i Leaders will help man as naught else
Rotarians 25 Boys' State 25 Spanish Club 'l,2. Club 2,35 Choir 'l,2,3. can."
Junior Class Pres. 25 Student
Council 'l,35 Basketball 2,35
Cross-country 'l,2,35 Base-
ABEL CAVASOS "Abe" CHRISTAL JANET MELVIN CHURCH "Mel" JERRY GENE CLARK"Jer"
"I'm not a wolf, I'm iust CHURCH "Cris" "Happiness is made to be "Looks like another good
learning--how-ooooooool" "She was full of fun and shared." man is lost to the world of
Co-op Club 3. mischief too, she was al- Choir 'lg Football Reserves females."
ways up to something new." lp Basketball Reserves 'l. Varsity A, 35 Baseball Re-
serves 'l,2: Football 3.
WANDA LUCILLE CLEGG WAN ETA CL EGG "Nita" Lols E. CLOUGH "Red" GAYLE C, CLUGSTON
"O' that smile!" "A lass of glee and sweet "The world knows nothing "A very merry lass was she
B.O.C. 2. WGS She." of its greatesf WOTTTQFI-ll liked by all where ever she
B.O.C. 25 Co-op Club 3, Bible Club 2,3. be."
Seldco Club l. Art Club 25 Co-op Club 35.
French Club 2,35 Band 'l,2.
EDITH COOK "Cookie" RALPH CORREA GILBERT J. CORREA LAURENCE P. COSGROVE
"There's much in a name "Why worry when there are "Gibb" "Cos"
like hers." better things to do." "Wha? Me W0"'YlH "Early to bed, early to rise,
Co-op Club 'lg Future Spanish Club 'l,2,3, Wrestling 25 Baseball Re- makes a man miss the best
Nurses 3, serves 'l. part of the day."
Varsity A 2, Treas. 33 Choir
2, Football 2,3: Homeroom
Pres. 3, V. Pres. 2.
DONALD M. COULON
"Rough, tough, and wow!
What a man!"
Varsity A, 2,35 "The M011
Called Peter", Football 'l,
2,33 Basketball 25 Wrestling
35 Track 'l,2,3.
JOHN COX "Twig"
"lt's fun to study--l'll bet.'
Football Reserves 'l5 Base-
ball Reserves l,25 lntra-
murals 'l,25 Homeroom Sec.-
MAYL ENE QCOXJ PENROD
"Youth comes but once in a
lifetime, so l'll use itwhile
Co-op Club 35 Selaco Club 3.
DE FOREST "Shermo"
"He's a man of destiny."
Chemistry Club 35 Latin
Club 'l,2,35 Radio Club 35
Oratory 2,35 Student Coun-
cil 35 Cross-country 3.
TERRY A. CROSSLEY
"Knowledge is power- -
More power to you."
B.O.C. 35 Latin Club 'l,2,35
Jr. Rotdrians 35 Band 'l,2,35
Mapleaires 2,35 Student
Council 2, Pres. 3.
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"Sometimes l sit and think,
and sometimes l just sit."
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MARGIE COX "Coxie'
"Good nature and good
sense are never separated.
A mischievous lass with a
smile to match."
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SUZANNE COUTZ "Sue"
"Women are made to be
loved- not to be understood."
Latin Club 'l,25 Bandl 'l,25
Clarinet Ensemble 2.
JUDITH CURTIS "Tex"
"The flowers of grace
grows on a slender stem."
Latin Club 2,35 Girls' State
25 Orchestra l,2,35 Choir l,
2,35 Variety Show l,2,3.
WILLIAM DUNN "Willy" RUTH A. oEMLow"RUaae'
"June was his delight---
for then he graduated."
"Gone, but not forgotten."
Co-op Club 35 Homeroom
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LINDA FAY ELLISON SONDRA EMERICH JACQUELYN JEAN ENNIS SHARON ELAINE EVANS
"Linnie" and "Linder" "Sandy" lCavelli "Jackie" "Sherry"
"Always full of fun, a "A ready smile is well "Cheerful company shortens "A companion that is cheer
smile for everyone." worthwhile." the miles." ful is worth goId."
Bible Club 25 Booster Club Senior pIay5 G.A.A. Club 2, French Club 2,35 G.A.A. Future Nurses Club 2, Sec.
2,37 French CIUI-'J 1.2. SBC- 35 Leaders Club 2,3. Club 2,35 Leaders Club 25 35 Oratory 25 Honor Studenf
35 Band 2,35 Homeroom Sec.
2,35 All school ploy 35
Maple Leaf 3.
"I don't know where l'm
going, but l'm on my way."
MAY ANN FERGUSON
"The mildest manners and
the gentlest heart."
Archeology Club 35 Bible
Club 2,35 Selaco Club 2,3.
JIMMY LEE BARBARA JAN FRUCHEY
"Every man has a volume "God giveth speech to all,
if you know how to reodit." but song to few."
Choir 'l,2,35 Vocal Esemble
Selaco Club 'l,2,3.
HERBERT R. FILTER
"l'm not arguing with you.
l'm telling you!"
Chemistry 35 Latin Club l,35
"A Man Called Peter"5 All
school play 35 MapleLead35
Oratory 2, 3.
RUTH PEARL FUNK
"Her sweetness won her
friends a plenty."
Bible Club 2, Sec. and
Treas. 35 Co-op Club 35
Future Nurses Club 3.
CA ROL ANN FLYNN
"Sweet personality- - Full
Art Club 'I5 French Club I,
2,35 G.A.A. Club 'I,2,35
Leaders Club 25 Selaco
Club l,2,35 Girls' Glee
Club 25 Home room Treas.
DEANNA J. GALLIPPO
"Dee" and "Deede"
"Always ready to lend a
Bible Club V.P. 25 Pres. 35
Co-op Club 3.
JOHN GALNARES ARTHUR DAVID GARCIA RICHARD C. GARCIA WILLIAM C. GATT
"Johnny" "Art" "The man most worth listen- "Wild Bill"
"Either I'll find a way or "Men of few words are ing to is a silent one." "My memory is what I for-
l'll make one." often the best of men." Cross-country I. get with."
B.O.C. Pres. 35 Co-op Club Cross-country I5 Track I,2,3. Bible Club 25 Booster Club
35 Varsity A 35 Choir 25 25 All school play 3.
Intramurals I,25 Football 3.
WALTER ERNEST RUTH LOUISE GEPHART EMILY GIBBS "Em" MARGARET LA ROSE
GEHRING "Walt" "Louey" "As unpredictable as the GIBSON "Kansas"
"Youth comes but once in "A girl that smiles is o girl weather." "Save your confederate
a lifetime, so l'll use it worthwhile." Booster Club 2,35 Future money, son, the south shall
while I may." Latin Club 2,35 Choir I,2,35 Nurses 2, 3, Co-Sec. 35 rise again."
Football Reserves I5 Girls' Glee Club I5 Vocal G.A.A. I,2,35 LeadersClub Selaco 3.
Basketball Reserves I5 Esemble I,2,3: Home room I,2,35 Spanish Club 1,2535
Baseball RSSCFVBS I,2i Sec. I,2,35 Senior Play. Choir I,2,35 VocalEsemble
Intramurals I. 25 All school play 3.
JOHN ALLEN GOLDSMITH GLORIA FAYE GRAHAM WAYNE T, GRIFFIN MARGARET GRITZMAK ER
"YOUNG Unn "A lOl of lun to all Wl"0 "A little fun in the long run "Gritty"
U ""' 1 1'-lafkr Uf'Cll"U"1d50m0-H know her-" will help a man as naught "Dark hair, shining eyes,
SY- of M0"lfl'I lMUl'l'1li Class S9l0C0 2.3- else can." merry humor, sl1e's aprize.'
Office' 1.35 VUYSHY A1 21 Booster Club 2,35 F.F.A. Selaco Club I.
Pres- 35 Choir I,2, Pres. 35 Club I,2, Sentinel 35 Band
Student Council I, Pres. 25 1,2135 Choir 1,3,
Football I,25 Basketball I,
2,35 Tennis I,2,3 5 Honor
GERALD GUNTER"Jerry" GWAIN K. HANNA
"And when he awoke, he "Always seen, but seldom
cried, Women I I"
Art Club 25 Bible Club 25
Choir I5 Vocal Esemble I5
CLAYTON HARSH RON HELMA "Ron"
"Men cannot always restrain "A little bashful, a little
from devilish things, who shy, but always smiling,
am I to be different?I I" I wonder why?"
Booster Club l. Wrestling 3.
C. JEAN HARTWIG NANCY ANN HATHAWAY
"I 'm not crazy. I iust act "A friend to everyone."
that way to entertain the Bible Club 25 Booster Club
people." 2,35 Choir 2,3.
French Club 2, V.Pres. 35
Class Pres. 35 Humorous
Reading Regional 25 Merit
Scholarship Finalist 35
"Time Out for Ginger"5 "A
Man Called Peter"5 Maple
Leaf2, Editor 35 Debate 35
QYUTUVY I'2.35 Validictorian
RICHARD BRIAN HANNA
"A friend to all human
beings ---- and teachorsII"
Varsity A 2,35 Jr. Rotarians
35 Boy's State 25 "Time Out
For Ginger" All school play
35 Senior Play, Maple Leaf
35 Swimming 25 Co-Capt. 35
JAMES B. HILL "Possum"
"It's not what you do, it's
what you get away with."
Booster Club 2,35 Spanish
Club 1,25 Varsity A I,2,35
Sale l,2,35 Sickle 25 Cross-
country 2,35 Basketball 35
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HICKOK "Wild Bill"
"I'm bashful, I'm quiet, I'm
Booster Club 25 Co-op Club
35 Selaco Club l,2.
ARNOLD HARP ER"ArnIe"
"He doesn't let his school
work interfere with his
Co-op Club 35 Varsity A 2,
35 Home room Pres. I5 Foot-
ball 35 Basketball 2,35
HERBERT J. HOLCOMB
"He has two speeds, low
and super low."
F.F.A. I, Treas. 2.
PATRICIA ANN HINDES
She looks like an angel.
But is she?"
MARY LOU HOLMES
"A firm believer in the
powers of silence."
Bible Club 25 Co-op Train-
ing5 G.A.A. 15 Girls Intra-
murals 'li Honor Student
"She would rather talk ta a
man than an angel any day."
Booster Club 25 Future
Nurses Club 1, V. Pres. 2,
Pres, 35 Latin Club l,25
Homeroom Sec. 25 Choir l,
2,35 Vocal Ensemble 35 All
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RICHARD WILLIAM HOWE SARAH NELL HORTON
VERA K AY HULSE"Casey"
"Dick" "Nell" "She was pleasing--to the
"The silent man is the one "Hem me, for I have been GYOS Gnd OYIWBYWISG-H
most worth listening to." silent sa long." Class Treasurer 35 Home-
Choir 3- Cross-country Rg. Comp Training coming Court 35 "Time Out
serves 35 Baseball Re-
tor Ginger"5 "A Man Called
Peter"5 Debate 35 Orctory 2,
35 Student Council 35 Cheer-
ARNOLD JERMEAY "Arn" DAVID A. JOHNSON pATRlClA JONES Hjonesiev
uTl"e man who blushes is HDGVYH "Just one ofthe Jones girls.
not quite a brute." "This boy will go far5 his Selaco 1'2'3.
F.F.A. Club l. destination is Mars."
Radio Club 3, V. Pres. 3.
i Honor Student
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DENNIS JORDAN "Cus" J. ANDREW KEEDY WARREN KEITH "Hank"
"Once a southerner, always "Andy" "A little fun in the lang run
a southerner." "Wi-ict! No girls in heaven? will help a man as naught
B.O.C. 35 Intramurals 2. Well, then iust leave me else can."
here." Co-op Club 35 Variety Show
Varsity A Club 2,35 Home- 25 Choir 25 Football 2.
room V. Pres. 35 Basketball
2,35 Cross-country 2,35
DENNIS KIDD "Deek"
"Women are for the birds-
Sickle 2,35 Basketball Re-
serves 'I5 Crass-country 35
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DONALD WEBB KIDDER GLADYS N. KLINGLER
"His password info life is "Good nature and good sense
foofl-,qll," are never separated."
F.F.A. Club 35 Varsity A
Club 2,35 Reserve Track 15
Bible Club 25 Latin Club 1,
2,35 Selaco Club V.Pres. 2,
Intramurals 1,25 Football 2,35 Sec. 35 Orchestra I,2.
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ROBERT B. KUNEY"Bob"
uCa"'a"Yu "I think l am a man of
"My brain ?? is a highway
without traffic cops."
F.F.A.Club 1,25 Student
Librarian 25 Reserve Track
DALE W, LANE l.ORALl LARKINS FAYRENE LAWLER"Fay" JUDITH LEDFORD '
"Dale Trail" "A kindly heart blooms in "Her voice was ever soft "She is light-hearted and
"A farmer I gm, Q farmer I its owners eyes." and gentle-- an excellent gay-- a general favorite in
shall be: Now I um looking Co-op Club 15 Latin Club 1,2. thing in women!" every way."
fer a farmer she," Co-op Club 35 Selaco Club Future Nurses 35 G.A.A. 1,2
Booster Club 25 F.F.A. 2,3. Latin Club 2,35 Leaders
Club 1,2, V.Pres. 3. Club 15 Spanish Club 15
Homeroom Sec. 35 All School
Play 25 Maple Leaf.
LINDA LOU LEHR "Lyn" SANDRA LEUTE
"A beautiful character be- "The "ayes" have it."
hind a mask of quietness." French Club 2,35 Senior
B.0.C. 35 French Club 2. Prom 2,
HARRY F. LEWIS
"lf women interfere with
work, quit work."
Varsity A Club 2,35 Home-
room Pres. 1,2,35 Basket-
ball 15 Cross-country 1,2,35
"Men of few word s, are the
Booster Club 35 Chemistry
Publicity 35 Latin 1,25
School photographer5 Maple
Leaf 35 Oratory 2.
UCE DELORES ANN LYONS RICHARD A. MACKINTOSH
RUTH ANN L HD ' HD- km
"N b 1 h dh 2 " 'C
knoivgnjf :hi :hills friggin "Dynamite comes in small "l'm a good boy ?"
ingnv packages." French Club 1,25 Varsity A
Lawn Club 2' Bible Club 35 Future Nurses Club 2,35 Choir 25 Swim-
Club 1,25 Latin Club 25 ming 2,35 Track 2,3.
Girls' Glee Club 3.
"Big surprises come in
Co-op Club Sec. 35 G.A.A.
Club l,2,35 Spanish l,2,
Point Recorder 35 Choir 'l,
25 Vocal Ensemble 25
MARILYN J. MCDONALD JOHN MC ELFRESH"Mac" LOUISE MC LEAN
"Mackie" "One student who really "Louise"
"The elevator of success thinks ---- occasionally." "She is light-hearted and
is not running, so l'll take Homeroom V. Pres. 'l5 gay--a general favorite, so
the stairs." B.O.C. 2. they Say."
French Club 2,35 Future
Teachers Club 2, Pres. 35
G.A.A. 2,35 Latin Club 2,35
Pool Show 3: Senior Play:
Sickle 3 5 Honor Student
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FRED MEYER uFredn RAYMOND MlL ES "Ray" ALBERT H. MILLER "Al"
--Me and Einstein Under, "Honest, l'm not sleeping, "Why bother me--- ? l don't
stand reimivnyun l'm iust resting my eyes." need fa know,"
Homeroom Trees. 25 Chem. Choir 35 Basketball 'l5 Base-
istry Club Sec.35 French ball l5 lntramurals l,2.
Club 'l,2,35 Debate 2,35
Oratory 2,35 Track 25 Swim-
ming 1.2.3. I Honor Student
"l have a head, but so does
"Sl1e's willing to be con-
vinced, but find the guy who
can do it."
Future Nurses l,2, V.Pres.
35 G.A.A. l,2,35 Latin Club
l,2,35 Choir 'l,2,35 Student
Council l,2,35 Cheerleader
2 35 Class Sec. 2,35 Home-
coming Queen 3.
LUCY JANE MILLER JANET MILLS "Jan"
"Lucifer" "Your acts are your best
"Gabriel, bewarel" introduction."
Art Club 'Ig Co-op Club 35 Co-op Club 3, Orchestra I,
Student Librarian 2, Choir'I,2. 2, String Ensemble I.
MARTIN B. MONTEMEYER GLORIA JEAN MOREY
"A good reputation is a fair "Life without laughing is a
B.O.C. 2, Band 2,3p Wrest-
ling 'lp Baseball 2.
ELLEN LOUISE MURPHY
'Quiet dignity--the mark of
Co-op Club 3.
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JAMES L. MUSIC "Jim"
"One ear heard it, the other,
out it went."
All School Play 3, Senior
LEONA ANN MINNICK
"You can't iudge a book by
Co-op Club 3, Selaco Club
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CAROLYN ANNE MORTON
"She does all things and
does them welI."
Homeroom Sec. 'lp Bible
Club 2, Latin Club 25 Se-
laco Club 2, Point Rec. 3.
ALLEN MARK MYERS
"He's witty, clever, and
very frank, And apt to play
on you a prank."
IMA LOU MlTCHELL"Ima"
"Simplicity of manners has
an enchanting effect."
Homeroom Pres. 3, Archeol-
ogy Club Pres. 35 Art Club
25 Bible Club 2,35 Co-op
Club Pres. 35 G.A.A. 25
Spanish Club l,2, Sec. 3,
Student Librarian 2,3.
CHRISTINE MARY MORTON
"The mischief in her eyes is
Latin Club 2,3g Orchestra 'l,
2,35 String Esemble I,2,3p
Choir l,3, Vocal EsembIe35
"A Man Called Peter",
Home room V.Pres. I. Sec- 23
Maple Leaf 3: Honor Student
MADELYN KAY MYERS
"She knows music but that's
French Club 2,35 Orchestra
l,2,3: String Ensemble 'l.
JACQUELINE NAEGELE GARY OLSAVER"Weasel"
"Blessed with that charm "NO sinner, No Saint, Per-
she's certain to please." hdps, but-- Well, the very
best of chaps."
Home room Treas. 35 Sickle
35 Basketball 25 Golf 25
Wrestling 35 Cross-country 3,
BEVERLY OST "Bev"
"It's nice to be natural when
you're naturally nice."
G.A.A. l,2,35 Choir 'l,2,35 'A
Dance With Our Miss Brooks"5
"A Man Called Peter"5 Home
room Pres 'I5 Senior ofthe
Month in Art5 Voice of Democ-
racy '575 Oratory l,2,35 Student
HAROLD PARISH JR.
"Beware, I may be great
Chemistry Club Sarg. at
Arms 35 Latin Club l,25
Senior Play 3.
JOYCE PEET "Joyce" SUSAN I. PELLOWE "Susie"
"Talking, she knows not "I have no superfluous
why and cares not what." leisure."
Copop Club 3. French Club 2,35 Future
Teachers l,2, Librarian 25
Latin Club l,2,35 Choir l,2,
35 Vocal Ensemble l,2,35
All School Play l,2,35 Senior
Play5 Oratory l,2,35 Student
COUFICII l,3 7 Salutatorian
ROSEMARIE PERKINS BEVERLY ANN PHENICIE
"I love - I live - l'm happy." "A contented girl is easy
F.F.A. Club Honorary Mem- to get along with."
ber 25 G.A.A. l. Future Nurses Club 35
Selaco Club 2, Reporter 3.
RAUL PEREZ "Perez"
"All the world loves an
Varsity Club A 31 Football
35 Wrestling 2,35 Baseball 35
Good Citizen Award 2.
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JANICE P ETERS "Jan"
"May she never chonge---
except her name."
"I'm not crazy -I iust act
thatway for entertainment."
Future Teachers Club 35
G.A.A. Club 'I,2,35Latin
Club 'l,2,35 Band l,2,35
Choir l,2,35 Vocal Ensemble
35 Homeroom Treas. 2.
DAVID PIERSON "Gil"
"The best way to make our
days a little longer, is to
steal a little from the night."
Football Reserves 'I5 Track
Reserves 'I5 Homeroom Pres.
l, V. Pres. 3.
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KAY PORTER NANCY SUSAN POTES Boa PRANGE "Pringle" JOYCE PMCHARD
"A maiden fair in grace "Nancy" "Anything he 411065, he C3095 "Little said is soonest
was sl-.ei Well liked among "A quiet, modest maid is well, and he does anything." mgnded."
he's and she's." she." Spanish Club 25 Basketball Lafin Club IIQI3.
Frgnch 2,35 G,A,A, 1, 1,2. 1,2, -1-6l'1n1S 1,2,3.
2,35 Latin Club 1,25 Leaders
Club 1,25 Choir 1,25 Home-
room Sec. 1,35 Pres. 2.
SHIRLEY ANN PROCHNOW THOMAS LEE PRYOR PHYLLIS JEAN PULLEN
"Shirl" UBOP-gfel-" "Phyl"
"She is as sweet as they
B.O.C. Sec. 25 Co-op Club
35 G.A.A. Club 1,2,35 Lead-
ers Club 25 Spanish Club 1,
2,35 Senior plya5 Homeroom
V. Pres. 15 Cheerleader 2.
"And every day is ladies' "A girl who is modest in
day with me." her achievements is indeed
Student Council 2. Wise-"
Archeology Club 35 Art Club
25 Bible Club 25 Co-op Club
35 G.A.A. Club 25 Spanish
Club 1,3, Sec. 2.
CHARLOTTE ANN JOYCE RICHARDS "Joy" DAVID RILEY "Dave"
"A shy retiring little maid-
always ready to lend aid."
B.O.C. 25 Co-op Club 35
Spanish Club 1,2 5 Honor.
' "She is wise5 she is witty5 "I stand onthe brink ofa
she's in love5 what a pityl" great career, - shove meoff."
B.O.C 25 Girls' Glee Club 2. Home room Sec. 2.
"For she was iust the quiet
kind whose natures never
Bible Club 25 B.0.C. 25
Future Nurses Club 25 Stu-
dent Librarian 1,25 Senior
Play5 Homeroom V. Pres. 2.
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JAMES RINK ER "Rinkle"
"All great men are dead,
and l'M not feeling so well
Varsity A Club 2,35 Football
35 Wrestling 2,35 Track 2,3.
PEGGY ROBERTS "Peg" LYLE ROBISON "Rabbi" LEROY ROCKWELL E11-EEN ROSE "Shame
"Why, what is love but "Sometimes I just sit ancl "Rocky ' A swell gal in every way
Fortunes tennis ball." think but mostly I just sit." "A man who is modest is selqco Club 1 N
French Club 'lp Choir I,2,3. Student Council 35 Track 25 indeed wise."
Intramurals I,2. F.F.A. Club I,2.
DON ROUGET "Rougie" SHARON RUBEL "Red" CECILIA SAUTER MONICA L SAUTER
"l'll iust keep pluggin' "Whatever we could soy it "SqueeIue Mom
along." would have to be nice." "We fear there is misch f She s quiet, but when o
FUTUTG TGUCIWSYS Club 2,35 in her eyes!" know her well, that s o
G.A.A. Club I,2,35 Latin Co-op Club 3: G.A.A. Club different story
Club I, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 35 I,23 Leaders Club 25 Selaco
HOIHSYOOI11 V-Pl'9S- 2? All Club 2, Historian 3, Home-
School Play 37 Senior Play, room Sec., Treas. I. l
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DAVID H. SAWYER JOHN RICHARD SAXTON JAMES SCHASSBERGER MICHAEL JAMES
"Creamey" HPIIONIBH "Jim SCHLATTER Ace
UMWUYS busy SfUdYiI'lQ Gnd "GST Thee behind me Salon "l'm not lazy, iust in love I do as I please and l don t
helping others." "-IW? 5011" Push-H with rest." bother others about it
Chemistry Club V. Pres. 3, Latin Club 1.2: Band lf2:3i Wrestling 2,3. Bdrlll I 2 3 MOPIBUIYSS 1.2.3.
Band I,2,35 Mapleaires I,2, Mapleuires 1,2131 SUXOPIWOUB Saxophone Esernble I 2 3
35 Track I,2,35 Homeroom Ensemble 1,2132 All School Home room Pres I 2
Pres. 25 Honor Student PIUY-
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"A man of few words, but
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SHARON DE E SH EP HERD
"The world will forever
wonder what she will do next."
Selaco Club 'l, Reporter 2,
Pres. 35 Homemaker of
Tomorrow 35 All School
Play 25 Senior Ploy5 Maple
Leaf 2. Page Editor 3 Honor
ALICE M. SMOLL "Al"
"Whither l go my compact
Future Nurses Club 2,35
-atin Club 1,25 Choir l,2,35
Vocal Ensemble 'l,2,3.
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SHARQN SEEGERT ROBERT J. SCOFIELD HOWARD RAY SCOTT
"She's a wonderful gal "Bob" HSCOMYH
with a smile and personal- "Why talk? Others dg "Silence never betrays
ity to match." enough of if-" anyone",
Selaco Club 35 SeniorPlay.
B.O.C. 25 Co-op Club 35
Basketball Res. 'l.
NORMAN DUANE SHOURDS
"lt's nice to be good-but
you miss alot of fun."
Homeroom Treas. 3.
SHARON KAY SIDERS
"A smile for every girl and
two for every boy."
Art Club 1,25 G.A.A. Club
l,2,35 Leaders Club 2,35
Student Librarian i5 Girls'
Glee Club 25 All School Play
35 Senior Play.
ARTHUR LEROY SLOAN
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"Young fellows will be
ELTON SMITH "Elty" RUTH SNEAD "Ruthie" VIRGINIA MAE SN EAD
"Why worry when there are "Simple and sweet, can't "Gi,-my'
better things to do." be beat." "Always a friend to those
Homeroom V.Pres. 35 Leaders Club 'l,2. who know her."
Booster Club 'l,2,35 Varsity
A Club 35 Maple Leaf 35
Sickle 25 Student Council 'l5
Res. Cross-country 2,35
Wrestling 2,35 Golf'l,2,3.
ROBERT LEE SNYDER
"l'll never betray the heart
that loves me."
Co-op Club Sgt. at Arms 32
Homeroom Sec. 25 Choir 1,
2,35 Vocal Ensemble 1,25
FRANK SPIES "Spy" JOYCE STECKER "Red" TERESA STEWART
"lt's not my fault. It's the "Life is short and so am l." "A girl with a smile is a
people around me." Art Club 25 French Club 1, girl worthwhile."
Booster Club 35 Chemistry 2,35 G.A.A. Club 1,2,35 B.O.C. 15 Ca-op Club 35
Club Pres. 35 Latin Club 1, Leaders Club 1,35 Student Selaco Club 1,2,35 All
2,35 Jr. Rotarians 35 Debate Librarian 2,35 All School School Play.35 Senior Play
2,35 Oratory 2,35 Swimming Play 35 Senior Play5 Stu-
1,25 Reserve Track 25 dent Council 2.
"Time Out For Ginger."
JUDY STRONG "Jude" HOYT SUMEREL "Tex" EVA JEAN SWANSON JUDITH ANN TEW "Judy"
"She was full of fun and "A little nonsense now and "Jean" "Nice things come in small
mischief too5 she was al- then is relished by the best "There's a warm light in packages."
ways up to something new." of men." this quiet lady's eyes." Ca-op Club 35 Spanish Club
Booster Club 15 Co-ap Club Class Sgt. at Arms 15 1,2, Treasurer 3: Choi,-2,3,
35 Homeroom V. Pres. 15 lntramurals 2.
Choir,1,25 All School Play 15
Stud ent Council 2.
ALLAN W. THOMPSON
"This boy did what few
boys will -- - never kept
quiet and never sat still.
F.F.A. Club 1,25 Radio
MYRA THORNTON "Mike" DONALD HARVEY TIBBITS JUDITH LYNNE TOLFORD
"AI" "Like a revolving door, "Dan" "Tackle"
she never shuts up." "Make rr1UCl'I of me -- good "A merry lass was she--
Selaco Club 3. men We SC'-UCS-" Liked by all wherever she
" Co-op Club 35 Homeroom bg,"
sec- 25 Sfudenf Council li G.A.A. Club 1,2, Pres. 35
Basketball 1. DAR Good Citizen 35 Stu-
Club 3, Pres. 35 Cross-
countryg "A Man Called
dent Council Leadership
Award5 Homecoming Court 1
2,35 Choir 2,3, V. Pres. 35
F.F.A. Club Sweetheart 35
Student Council 1, Sec. 2,3,
Cheerleader 1,2, Captain 3.
AVON BLAIR TRYON
Dark hair, shining eyes,
erry humor-he's o prize."
aseball Reserves 15
oe" "Just a ham---- operator.
JOHN TUOMAL A "John"
Radio Club 35 Intramurals 2.
AROL E WALK ER "Sis"
Never trouble trouble 'til
ouble troubles you."
ooster Club 1,2,35 Co-op
lub 35 G.A.A. 1,2,35Latin
lub 1,2,35 Leaders Club 1,
Maple Leaf 1,25 Home-
vom Pres. 1, Pres. 1,
OBERT WEAVER "Bob"
Who, me? l'm innocent.
o-op Club Treas. 35 Choir
.2,35 Intramurals I,2.
"Women are made to be
loved, not understood.
French Club 2,35 G.A.A. 1,
2,35 Band 1,25 All School
Play 35 Maple Leaf 35 Home-
room V. Pres. 1, Sec. 2,35
Class Treas. 1,2 5 Honor
"ln the class there are many
cards, but he's the only
Art Club I5 Co-op Club V.
Pres. 3. Choir l,2,35 lntrd-
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"A man of stature small is
he, A mighty man he'd like
Choir 1,25 Vocal Esemble 1.
MY RNA JOANN WANTZ
"So iolly and sweet5 so fully
complete, she steals our
Senior Send Off 25 Art Club
1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Leaders
Club 1,25 Senior Play 35
BOBBY KAY WEBSTER
"A man has his will, but a
woman has her way."
Booster Club 25 Latin Club
1,2,35 Choir 1,2,35 Vocal
Ensemble 2,35 Homeroom
Pres. 15 Senior Play5 Sickle
35 Student Council 3.
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MACK VICKERY "Elvis"
"Tut-tut my man, the girls
won't hurt you."
Booster Club 2,35 Co-op
Club 35 Spanish Club 15
Varsity A 2,35 Track Re-
serves 15 Football 2,3.
RON WARNER "Wamhole"
"I know l'm not handsome,
but whot's my opinion to
Booster Club 35 Varsity A 1,
2,35 Choir 1, officer 2,35
"A Man Called Peter"5 ln-
tramurals 25 Football 2,35
BRENDA JOYCE WEST
"Sow the Devil's hook and
can't help nibbling at his
Co-op Club 35 Spanish Club 1.
RONALD LEE WEST
"Don't ask this man if he's
been through school. Ask if
school's been through him."
Football Reserves l5 Basket-
ball Reserves l5 Baseball
Reserves l,25 IntramuraIsl,2.
JACK ALLEN WILSON
"Only to myself do I owe
Booster Club 2,35 Spanish
Club l,2, Pres.35 Varsity A
35 Boys' State 25 "Time Out
for Ginger"5 "A Man Called
Peter"5 Maple Leaf 2,3,
Sports Editor5 Track l,2.
TED DELANO WOODS "Del"
"A good sort, or had good
Bible Club 25 B.O.C. 35
Booster Club 25 Co-op Club
35 Choir l,25 Football
Reserves 25 Intramurals 1,25
MARY MARGARET WIEBECK PAUL R. WIESINGER BERNARD N. WILLIAMSON
"Peggy" "Every dog has his day, "Bernie"
"Oh! How short the nites but I have my nights." "Man is the hunterg Woman
are." Chemistry Club 3. is his game."
French Club l,35 Varsity A
2,35 Football 35 Swimming
2,35 Tennis 2,3.
Future Nurses l,2,35 Latin
Club l,2,35 Leaders Club 2,
35 Selaco Club l,2, V. Pres.
35 Student Librarian 35 "A
Man-Called Peter"5 All
School Play 3.
JOHN WILSON EVELYN WINZELER "Ev" ROSALIE ANNE WISE"Lee
"Why worry when there are "The quiet type-- in school "That diamond will soon
better things to do." that is!" have a mate."
Crass-country Reserves l5 G.A.A. l,2,35 Leaders Club Art Club 25 French Club 1,2
Baseball Reserves l5 lntra- 2, V- Pres- 31 SPUHISIW Club 35 Future Teachers 25 Choir
murals 1,2. l,2,35 Choir l,2.3:H0me 1,2,3.
room V. Pres. 2.
WILLIAM ATKIN WOODS JR. GL ENNIS EUGENE WOTRING VIVIAN MARIE YOUNG
"Bill" "GIenn" "VW"
"He speaks, thinks, and "Sometimes we wonder whqf "We know not half the
behaves iust as he ought." fl-.ess qgief boys will do," charm her modesty conceive'
B.o.c. 1, vqfsny A 2,35 Selvco Club 2-
Faotball 25 Wrestling 2,3.
VELMA BRYANT "Vel"
"Too Nice to Forget"
Leaders Club 3. Selaco club SHARON M. ZIMMERMAN LARRY EUGENE ZELUFF NICHOLS
3: Co-OPI Home Room Vice ,. uzlmrllvien ., nzeken UA Mrs' Good U3 3 Mila
Pres. Full of fun and frolic. He used to be bashful and Bible Club 2: viceores 3
Seluco Cl'-I5 l,2,3- shy, but now---oh, my!" I Booster Club 1: Future Teach
Inn-qmu,-als 1, A ers Club 2: Latin Club 1 2
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Between 1857-1861-chief cause of dissention
was whether Greek or Latin should be the back-
bone of the curriculum.
11 teachers in the school system 1852.
Adrian was 10 years ahead of the state in es-
tablishing free schools.
1855-effort made to curb tardiness-"doors to
be closed at 9:00 and 1:00 and no student com-
ing late would be allowed to enter."
Battle Creek Board of Education purchased
blue prints of Central Building and erected a twin
building. lt was raised to the ground in 1931.
First dismissal of school for Lenawee County
I Telephones placed in schools 1881.
1882-absentee rules stated that "pupils absent
for half day during any 4 consecutive school
marks shall be suspended for one month."
1887-a typewriter was purchased
1901 President of the Board V. V. B. Merwin
reported on Central Buildingp "Our High School
pupils are obliged to go up two long flights of
stairs to their rooms both morning and noon and
then some are continually going up and down to
and from classes. This has so ennervated many
of our girls that a number of them are obliged to
leave school each year on account of ill health
caused by climbing these stairs. l mention these
things in my report that we may see that we are
confronted with this condition and that a new
school is a necessity."
Manual training department established in
1905 with Miss Lillian Russ the first teacher.
Seated: Hartwig, Wielaeck, Carlson.
Standing: Hulse, Wilson, Mc Cochran, Coulon, Tolford, Morton,
Ost, Warner, Thompson, Filter, Geraldine Barnes, Gerald Barnes
"A Man Called Peter," a three act comedy, was
chosen as This year's senior play. Peter, a dedi-
cated young minister, and Catherine, his wife,
portray the lite of a minister and the problems his
family must face. Joe Keating, an under-privi-
leged boy, created quite an incident between
Peter Marshall and Senator Polk, when Joe took
some equipment from the Senator's garage. Also
Peter was in the middle when Allan Talbot and
his aunt had a disagreement over one of Allan's
paintings. Having seen the results in the dis-
agreements of her parents, Susan Grant comes to
the Marshalls for help. They show her what a
good marriage can be like, and she and George
Yost, who was engaged to Susan, set their wed-
Marion Grant, Steven Grant, Hulda, Peter John
Marshall, and the high school seniors also added
a great deal to the play.
The excellent acting on the part of the cast and
the superb directing on the part of Mrs. George
Nielsen make this senior play one of the most
outstanding plays in years.
Peter John Marshall
Senator James Polk
SGH IOI2 SHADS
Juniolz class offlcens
Neiswander, Manstield, McAfee, Wynn
David Mansfield is serving as President of his
class for the second year. He was on the re-
serve football team and belongs to Booster Club
and Latin Club. Dave is also an active member
of the Student Council.
Judy Wynn is class Secretary. Last year she
served the class as Vice-President. She is also
Secretary of the Future Teachers' Club and be-
longs to the Booster Club, G.A.A., and the Maple
Leaf Staff. Judy is also participating in foren-
Ellen McAfee is serving her class as Vice-
President. She is also Vice-President of the Fu-
ture Teachers' Club and Latin Club. Ellen also
belongs to the G. A. A. and the Maple Leaf Staff
and is participating in forensics.
Lucylee Neiswander holds the office of class
Treasurer. Last year she was Secretary of her
class. Lucy is our Drum Maiorette. She is also
President of the French Club and belongs to the
Future Teachers' Club.
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Cherry Wassink, Bob Curfis, Nancy Sell, Sharon Pcfe.
Bob CurTis is serving The sophomore class as
presidenT This year. Bob is very active in sporTs.
He is in LaTin Club and is also serving on The
Maple Leaf STaff The second semesTer.
Nancy Sell as vice-presidenT is serving as Bob's
undersTudy. This year Nancy was chosen To be
a reserve cheerleader. She is also a member of
The French Club, G.A.A., and STudenT Council.
Cherry Wassink is The sophomore's worthy secre-
Tary. She had The honor of being in The all
school play. Cherry's other acTiviTies include
The DebaTe Team, G.A.A., French Club, and The
Sharon PaTe is in charge of The money This year.
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is a reserve cheerleader. This dependable Treas-
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1896-An Athletic Association was formed by
the young men of the school. The first foot-
ball team was organized with fourteen men
out for the sport. Record 3-1. They beat
1897-Track and baseball entered the sports pic-
ture. Adrians track men, putting in their
first appearance in the first State High school
meet, failed to score a point. .
1899-Adrian's track team was third in the state.
Eleven seconds won the 100 yard dash and
5:18 the mile that year. A toss of 31'3" won
the 16 lb. shot put event.
1901-An inter-scholastic football association was ship of Michigan and Ohio. 5900 was re-
formed, Adrian was beaten fgr gtate champ- ceived from the basketball games. The first
ionship 45-O by Lansing. reserve team played.
1902-The first basketball team was organized. 1906-Slate Champs in basketball again. They
They played in Whitney'5 Opera Heuse, were Urtclefealed and beat Albion College
1903-The football team got their first helmets. 70-15 that year.
They beat Montpelier 71-0 that year, The Girls' Basketball team lost to Marshall
1904-Baseball suits and basketball ierseys were fOr Sfafe Cl1arTIPiOI'1Sl1ip.
bought, 1907-Girls' and Boys' Basketball teams won the
1905-The basketball team won the champion- Stale Championship.
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Following the game a dance was held in the
ymnasium. The Grand Mareh was a feature of
ie dance. This was led by Mr. and Mrs. Davis,
allowed by Miss Barbara Miller and her court.
Kay Stephens was General Chairman of the
vent. Chairmen of the various committees
'ere as follows: Parade, Ken Peters, Coronation,
Jdy Tolford, Decoration and Dance, Barbara
tiller, Pep Meeting and Snake Dance, Kay Hulse.
The annual homecoming of Adrian High
School began with the snake dance the night be-
fore the game. A parade was held the next
afternoon. Of the many floats entered, three
prizes were won: "OriginaIity," by Room 35,
"Beauty," by Room 24, and "Humor," by Room
During halftime of the game against Albion,
our Queen, Miss Barbara Miller, was crowned by
Gerald Barnes. The members of the court were
Christine Carlson, Judy Tolford, Pauline Men-
dez, Kay Hulse, Kay Stephen, and Judie Hen-
van It liootlsall
BRUCE WOODS CAPT. DON COULON LARRY CQSGROVE
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JOHN HOUTMAN CARLOS ALAFITA GARY DUNBAR GARY STEUDLE
GLEN GOIST LEON POWELL WAYNE ROBACK DOUG KENNEDY
BILL PETTIT KEITH VANSICKLE EDDIE MANDRELL
DICK BOHN DOUG ENGEL
MACK VICKERY MIKE RENNER
JOHN PFISTER, RAUL PEREZ
FRANK DAVIS BERNIE WILLIAMSON
alnares. Second Row
Front Row: Kennedy, Woods, Perez, Warner, Steudle, Knight, Vickery, Davis, Coulon, G
Osborn, Bone, Harris, Pettit, Goist, VanSickle, Powell, Cosgrove, Kidder. Third Row: Coach Kosick, Mana-
E l D b Sullins Valdez Regalado Manager Davis, Coach
ger Hickman, Renner, Rinker, Williamson, ng e, un ar. I I 1
Busack. Back Row: Fisher, Seidel, Richardson, Clark, Pfister, Madrell, Houtman, Roback, Alafita.
Due to lack of experience and hampered by
many early injuries, the '56 gridders posted a O
and 8 record. Although this may look unim-
pressive on paper, The team's spirit and deter-
mination did not go unnoticed. Many return-
ing lettermen hold promise for the "57" season.
Among the outstanding players on the squad
was senior fullback Don Coulon vvho, although
hampered by a bad knee, turned in a terrific
season and was picked on the "All Twin Valley
Adrian 6 ....,,.,. ,......,. M onroe 13
Adrian O ......... .....,, E . Lansing 21
Adrian 13 ,........ ......,..,.u S turgis 19
Adrian O ......,.. ....,.. C oldwater 35
Adrian 6 ...,.... ,,.. L akeview 7
Adrian 13 ....... .......... A lbion 21
Adrian 7 ..,..... .......,... Marshall 19
Adrian 13 .4...,.,. ..,.. T hree Rivers 31
Front Row: Rivera, Hull, Dunbar, Hannula, Phipps, Curtis, Stegg, Mansfield, Hill, Phillips. Second Row:
Coach Gaver, Vollmer, Coleman, Salazar, Stout, Bird, Hawley, Weiland, Coach Rhodes. Back Row: Rosenburg
May, Leon, Dodd, Matheson, Fisher, Anderson.
The reserve football squad under the direc-
tion of Nlr. Gaver and Mr. Rhodes, although
winning only one game, showed a vast improve-
ment from the first game to the last. The Hills-
dale J. V. squad was their only victim by a 19-
13 score. A great many of these boys will pro-
vide excellent material tor next year's varsity.
Adrian O ........ ........ D eertield 4l
Adrian I4 . ..,.... ,..... H illsdale 7
Adrian 7 ..t.,... ......,........... B ritton 27
Adrian 7 Cath. Cent. 32
Adrian O ...... Jackson 26
Adrian O ...... Monroe 7
Front Row: Harris, Hill, Carlson, Harper, Moran. Back Row: Hickman, Valdez, Goldsmith, Bohn, Mandrell,
Alafita, Keedy, Coach Busack.
The 1956-1957 Maples ended iTs cage sea-
son wiTh a very crediTable record. The hoop-
sTers surprised everyone by remaining in TiTIe
conTenTion until The lasT Two weeks of The sea-
son. They ended The season with an overall
10 win - 7 loss record, and a 9 win - 5 loss
record in The Twin Valley. In The disTricT
TournamenT aT Tecumseh The Team losT iTs TirsT
game To Monroe C. C.
One of The year's highlighTs was The elecTion
of Coach Busack, by his Tellow coaches in The
Twin Valley, as "Coach of The Year."
Andy Keedy was high scorer Tor The year.
He was closely followed by Gary Carlson, wiTh
Jim Harris, a junior, Third.
Monroe C. C.
Jumon anslt Basketaall
Mr. Wyse, Palmer, Filter, Osborne, Kennedy, Woods, Barish, Goist, Alverson, Roback, Pettit, Hill, Regalado
Junior Varsity basketball was a new idea in
Adrian High School this year. This team played
their own schedule of games and the players
gained much valuable experience. Ken Alver-
son, Pete Regalado, Glen Goist, Vic Barish, and
Bruce Woods led the team. These boys should
add much to next year's varsity.
Adfifln Catholic Central
Adflfln Catholic Central
Adfldfl Maumee Valley
Adrian Jackson Sophs.
Front Row: Fisher, Webster, Weiland, Maloney, Shook, Steuble. Back Row: Kopke, Stegg, Houtman, Couch
Gaver, Davis, Knight, Hill.
The reserve basketball squad, under the
coaching of Mr. Gaver, was led to a second
place finish in the Twin Valley standings. The
team as a whole played excellent ball in most
of their games, and they ended the season with
a lO win - 6 loss record in league play.
John Houtman led the reserves with 175
points. Fritz Fisher followed with H5 points.
Hulse, Stephen Tolford Mendez Miller Carlson
This year's cheerleading squad faithfully at-
tended all games here and away and also took
charge of our pep meetings. The squad con-
sisted of four seniors, Kay Hulse, Barbara Miller,
Christine Carlson, and Judy Tolford, who very
capably acted as captain. These seniors will be
greatly missed by the student body next year.
Our Two underclassmen, Kay Stephen and
Pauline Mendez, both iuniors, have been an
asset To The squad, anol we hope they will be
back with us next year.
Henderson Sentle Corley Smith Sell Pate
The reserve cheerleading squad consisted of
Judy Henderson and Clareen Corley, both iun-
iors, and Janet Sentle, Carol Smith, Nancy Sell,
and Sharon Pate, sophomores. We are definite-
ly proud of our reserve cheerleaders. We also
wish to give special Thanks to Sandy Allen for
helping out when any of the squad was ill.
Front Row: Jacobs, Smith, J. Goutz, Oiedo, L. Gautz, Clark, J. Rivera, Perez, Wotring, Olsaver. Middle Row
Coach DeSpain, Wilson, Helmc, Hosler, Coulon, R. Rivera, Bednark, Stephens, Mgr. Coleman. Back ROW!
Dunbar, Rosenburg, Gonzales, June Dodds, Schossberger, Renner.
The 1956-57 "Maple Grapplers," led by
Co-captains Gary Jacobs and Elton Smith, com-
piled a season record of 7 wins and 2 losses.
They also finished high up among the Class B
opponents in the state meet. Several of the
Maples qualified tor the state meet but only
Gary Jacobs placed third. Over all the "mat-
men" had a fine season.
Adrian 15 Whitmer
Adrian 27 Coldwater
Adrian 38 Howe
Adrian 31 Toledo C. C
Adrian es. 23 Tecumseh
Adrian I8 Ypsilanti
Adrian 24 Coldwater
Adrian es. 19 Tecumseh
Adrian 39 Sturgis
Front Row: Frautschi, Phipps, Cox, Wetherbee, Bird, Dusseau, Thompson, Tuttle, MacQueen. Second Row:
Powell, Harris, Swickard, Seidel, Reeves, Adkins, Russell, Drager, Peters, Coach Hazen- Back Row! Sherman
Hanna, Engel, Barnes, Spies, Meyer, Kishpaugh, Mcliimmey, Pletcher, Shultz.
This year after a winningseason, Coach Frank
Hazen's swimming team were runners-up to East
Grand Rapids in the state swim meet. In the reg-
ular season the team completed a 7 win 5 losses.
All the losses were at the hands of Class A
Members who will be lost by graduation this
year are: Co-captains Gerry Barnes and Dick
Hanna, Fred Meyer, Bernie Williamson, and
Qualifiers in State Meet
400 Yard Freestyle Bernie Williamson
50 Yard Freestyle Dick Hanna
100 Yard Butterfly Pete Sherman
100 Yard Breast Stroke Doug Engel
Diving Skip Fletcher
200 Yard Medley Relay Jack McKimmey, Dick
Hanna, Charles Kishpaugh,
Dick Russel 2nd place
.200 Yard Freestyle Relay Bernie Williamson, Gerry
Barnes, Jim Thompson,
Fred Meyer 3rd place
Brenda Be,-,Ub,en SeaTed: Gerald Barnes Dick Hanna
Standing: Judy Wynn, Ellen McAfee
"Young AT HearT" was The Theme of The annual
pool show presenTed by The Girls' AThleTic As-
sociafion. WiTh The combined efforTs of Senior
High and Junior High School swimmers The
Theme was carried Through by The inTerpreTa-
Tion of nursery rhymes and fairy Tales. FeaTured
for The firsT Time This year was a mixed quarTeT
composed of 2 girls, Judy Wynn and Ellen Mc-
Afee, and 2 boys, Gerald Barnes and Dick Hanna.
Soloisf for The show, Brenda Beaubien, porTray-
ed Queen Malo. The duef, Geraldine Barnes and
ChrisTine Carlson, played The parfs of mischiev-
ous elves. The show was presenfed on The eve-
nings of April TO, ll, and The 12. Mrs. Davis,
of Senior High, and Mrs. EverTs, of Junior High,
did a fine job of direcfing The show. On Wed-
nesday, Thursday and Friday The Teachers were
presenTed wiTh flowers and a gifT,
from The G.A.A. girls who wished To show Their
appreciaTion. Everyone, from The swimmers To
The sfage crew, enioyed working on The show,
as was indicaTed by iTs success.
This page is sponsored by a friend
Carolyn Ruesink, Betty Mattis, Barbara Miller,
Barbara Brion, Rachel Seeck.
Other numbers in the show were, the opening
number, Where Your Dreams Come True, The
Three Little Kittens, A Dillar, a Dollar, Peter Pan.
Curly Locks, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,
The Queen of Hearts, Rain, Rain, Go Away, Lit-
tle Bo-peep, Parade of the Wooden Soldiers, Mis-
tress Mary, and the finale, Twinkle, Twinkle,
Front Row: Badertscher, Krouse, Williamson, Goldsmith, Prang, Jim Hill, Allen, Coach Hazen. Second Row
Hickman, Fergus, John Hill, Peters, Shook, McAfee, Seidel. Bock Row: Handy, Tuttle, Thompson, Russell
Dennis, Miller, Cohen.
The 1957 tennis squad, coached by Frank
Hazen, is looking forward to a very impressive
season. The returning lettermen are Jim Hill,
Bob Prang, Mick Moran, John Goldsmith, Roger
Badertscher, Ray Krouse, Duane Allen, and
Bernie Williamson. The promising sophomores
who should help the team a great deal are John
Hill, Bob Furgus, Dick Russell, Jim Thompson,
Bruce McAfee, and Dale Shook.
The Twin Valley meet this year will be held
at Albion. Adrian will be trying in this meet
to repeat the Twin Valley championship which
they won last year.
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v3l'Sif asehall Team
Front Row: Bohn, Goist, Perez, Alafita, Regolado, Montemayer. Second Row: Coach Busack Woods Renner
Harris, Houtman, Osborn. Back Row: P. Fisher, F. Fisher, Howe, Valdez, Webster
Aar1an's 1957 baseball Team, with The help
of five returning lettermen, Alafita, Bohn,
Regalado, Carlson, and GoisT, are ouT To break
The record of The 1956 Twin Valley champions.
The 1956 champions was Adrian.
The big gun Tor The 1956 Team was Gary
Carlson, who did a Terrific iob as pitcher for
Three Rivers ihomei
East Lansing fawayl
Front Row Kelley Hoffman, Wilson, Hanna, Barnes, Clark, Coulon, Knight, Davis Palmer Campbell Rlnker
Second Row Rivera Warren, Summerald, Hartman, Krouse, Harris, Roeder, Sawyer Stegg VanSic:kle Dunbar
Third Row Welland Irwin Barish, Powell, Davis, Pfister, Pettit, Dougherty, Leon Spies Engle Steudle
Back Row Phipps Mandrell, Unclerhill, Mackintosh, Lewis, Olsaver, Gardner, Weatherlsee, McKlmmey
Kishpaugh Swickard Reeves, Matheson.
The i957 cincler season looks very promising
if the man-power that turned out for the first
practice is any sign. Harry Lewis, Twin Valley
champ last year, should be a big asset to the
team this year. Returning lettermen, Coulan in
The shot, Hanna in the hurdles, Rinker in the
pole vault, Barnes in the hurdles, Wilson in the
440, and Mackintosh in The high iump, will be
counted on for a great many points this year.
We are also counting on many underclassmen to
give balance to the team,
The 1956 harriers led by Harry Lewis com-
piled a record of one win and seven losses. The
firsr Two deTeaTs of The season came aT The hands
of Two very sTrong class "A" schools, Ann Ar-
bor and Jackson. The Team consisTed of senior
leTTermen Harry Lewis, Gary Olsaver, Gary
Carlson, Alan Thompson, Andy Keedy, and Den-
nis Kidd. NexT year's Team will be builT around
leTTermen Jerry Phipps, Dale Shook, Tom Smith,
and Lee Underhill. Tom Ruesink, Lynn Ryche-
ner and John WeTherbee will be oTher members
of The Team. The Team will lose senior harriers
Jim Hill, Elton Smith, Dick Howe, and Sherman
46 Adrian .. ..... ...........,........,,..... . .. ......... Jackson T6
44 ......,,............... ....... A nn Arbor 19
36 ........,....,... ....,........... Y psilanTi 21
43 .,.......,.. ...........,.......... C oldwaTer 20
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47 ........ ........... . .....,. C harloTTe 43
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1 win - 7 defeaTs
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Front Row: Shulters, Dodd, Warner, Harper, McGerry, Funk. Second Row: Frederick, Syler, Ramsey, Smith
Kidd. Buck Row: Renner, Jewell.
Four returning senior Iettermen, Ron Warn
er, Paul Funk, Dennis Kidd, and Elton Smith
rough time. Promising underclassmen have a
good chance this year to contribute to the suc
cess of the team. At the time of printing the
schedule tor this year had not been decided
There is, however, a Twin Valley Meet in Ad
rian on May 10. Coach Horvath is the very
should give any opponents this year j
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The 1957 graduating class has 241 members.
This is a far cry from the class of 100 years ago,
when in 1857 there students all girls, received
their diplomas. They were Elizabeth Pruden, Nel-
lie Thurston, and Harriet Winans.
The classes didn't swell in size immediately,
either, for the year 1858 produced only one grad-
uate, also a girl. 1859 was definitely an off year
-no one graduated! Things began looking up in
1860, when again three students marched forth
triumphantly clutching their diplomas. One of
these was Henry Rowley, the first boy graduate
from Adrian High.
Some of the books these people studied were
Cobb's "Spelling Book," "English Reader," and
Morse's "Geography." At least now our textbooks
have more interesting titles and they are beauti-
fully illustrated. 67
Seated: Bohn, Toliord, Crossley, Goist. Second Row: Springer, Sell, Hazen, Stephen Corley Hickman
Third Row: Gautz, Webster, Ruesink, J. Miller, Demlow, Pellowe, B. Miller, Allhouse Purnell Damon
Hulse. Back Row: McKenney, Drager, Mansfield, Peters, Carlson, Krause, Campbell Robinson DeForest
Stou f, Weatherbee.
President ,.....,........ ......,............,..... ........ T e rry Crossley
Vice-president ....,... .,......... D ick Bohn
Treasurer .....,..... ............,............. G len Goist
Secretary ........ ..r....................... J udy Tolford
Advisor ....... .........,.. C hester E. Davidson
The T956-1957 Student Council has had a very
successful year under the leadership of their cap-
able presiclent, Terry Crossley.
For the first time this year the Student Coun-
cil sponsored a play night. Other events spon-
sored by the Student Council were dances, Career
Day, and Dads' Night.
The senior class wished to thank Mr. David-
son for his fine cooperation and advice as coun-
This page is sponsored by Dr. D. M. Hendricks
This year eight senior boys
had the honor of being selected
as Junior Rotarians. These boys
were named by the faculty,
after consideration was given to
their scholastic r eco rd s anol
citizenship. Each Junior Rotarian
attends the Rotary Club meet-
ings for one month to become
acquainted with the organiza-
tion of the club. At the end of
the year the Junior Rotarians
return and provide the program
for one meeting.
Front Row. Gary Carlson, Frank Spies, John Goldsmith, Don Coulon.
Back Row: Richard Hanna, Jock Wilson, Terry Crossley, Fred Bone.
This page is sponsored by Adrian Laundry Co.
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Front Row: Plate, Secretary: Galnares, President, Holloway, Treasurer, Missing Holcomb,
Vice-president. Second Row: Lehr, Etter, Rayburn, Beavers, Beaubien, Buck Row: Jordon,
Crosley, Nipper, Brittain, Krause, Rockwell.
CREDIT ' LEDGER
The Business Organization Club, under The
supervision of Mr. LuTz, had a very successful
year sponsoring The swimming Team. Each
year This club has Tried To do someThing differ-
enT. Previously They have sponsored wresTling
and baskelball. A gold pin was The award re-
ceived by all B. O. C. members.
BUDGETS DEBIT LOANS
This page is sponsored by NuTo Parts Co., lnc.
Front Row: Kidder, Cosgrove, Coulon, Goldsmith, Hickman, Williamson, Barnes, Alafita. Second Raw: Oieda
Mackintosh, Lewis, Palmer, Rinker, Harris, Gautz, Wotring, Kishpaugh. Back Row: Hill, Galnares, Seidel,
Reeves, Hanna, Keedy, Sherman, Engel, Swickard, Powell, Carlson.
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This page is sponsored by Dr. Richard S. Young D.D.S.
Front Row: Woods, Bone, Wilson, Smith, Pettit, Goist, Clark, VonSickle. Second Row: Shook, Richardson,
Steudle, Funk, Robock, Pfister, Renner, Valdez. Back Row: Mandrell, Kennedy, Knight, Moran, Houtman,
Perez, Regaldo, Davis.
ARSIII A CIUB
The Varsity Club started its year in November
when officers were elected. Many things were
planned for the year, but the first order of busi-
ness was the winter initiation, which was held
to initiate boys who had earned a letter either in
spring or fall sports. With many new members
entering the club this year a firm foundation for
next year is predicted.
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Front row: Nelson, Acker, Tolford, Becubien, Mrs. Davis. Second row: Flynn, Sharkus,
Clement, Henderson, Emerich, Ennis, Corley, Bugbee, Winzeler, Stecker, Wiebeck. Third
row: Barnes, Rubel, McLean, Brion, Ost, Miller, Hartwig, Ccsteel, Ruesink, Stephan,
McAfee, Wynn. Back row: Porter, Perkins, Wentz, Carlson, Walker, Gibbs, Reed, Seeck,
Ruesink, Thompson, Befz, Wallace.
This page is sponsored by Warren Hinshaw M.D.
Front row: Koster, Mattis, Sauter, Shords, Wassink, L. Sager. Second row: Roekel, Smith,
Sell, Caller, Eisch, Koehnlein, Boltz, Hill. Third row: J- 5095: Senflel J0C0b1 R'-'1Ymf9ndr
Pate, Stewart, Wegrzyn. Back row: Sweet, Y. Smith, Kaiser, Mayhew, Michener, Bvskirk.
The purpose of the G.A.A. is to provide each
girl at Adrian High School an opportunity for
wholesome physical activity and to develop
leadership, cooperation, and good sportsman-
The activities of the G.A.A. for this year were
football, basketball, marching, badminton, table
tennis, volley ball, golf, dancing, soft ball,
bowling, and the pool show. The awards and
honors of the G.A.A. are given according to the
number of points each girl has earned.
Front Row: Mrs. Cretcher, Ellison, Hartwig, Neiswander, Barnhart, Tolforcl. Second Row:
Eisch, Sell, Ennis, Porter, Rau, Pellowe, McLean, Harmon, Third Row: Meyers, Casteel,
Wild, Pauling, Jenkins, Harper, Cunningham, Spiegal, Back Row: Brion, Carlson, K. Porter,
Wallace, Koster, Stecker, Foor.
The French Club, "Le Cercle Franeais," held
monthly meetings this year. These were com-
posed ot a business session, an interesting pro-
gram, and refreshments.
Members ot the French Club sold "Maple
Pins" to the students. Club members and
French class students prepared a French note-
The gala event of the year was the annual
Mardi Gras held in March.
The club, under the supervision of Mrs.
Cretcher, had a very successful year.
This page is sponsored by The Heffron Clinic
Front Row: Harvey, Buskirk, Stephan, Hershman, Duncan, Beaverson, Keedy. Second Row:
Smith, Muck, Wassink, Jacob, Bournes, Dibble, Bowarman, J. Miller. Back Row: B. Miller, l
Roekle, Hampton, Hughes, Amo, Thoms, Fedor, Jordan, Smith.
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Front Row: Gephart, McLeon, Curtis, Morton, C. Campbell, Rubel, DeForest, McAfee, Reed,
Pettit, Hulse, Yookum, Webster. Second Row: Miller, Baughey, Klinger, Henderson, Sharkus,
Clement, Bugbee, Corley, A. Campbell, Hunter, Seeck, Palmer, Mulligan, Covell. Third Row:
Mrs. Miller, Baker, Perkins, Ledford, Hartwig, Pellowe, Smith, Kaiser, Wieheck, Springer,
Thompson, Oyer, Meyer. Back Row: Crossley, Filter, Spies, Mansfield, Buttermore, Sherman,
Reeves, Ruesink, Goist, Peters, Kishpuugh.
The l-elm Club, ably advised bv MVS- Mllleff Extra activities included the Latin Club show
held meetings in the study hall on the second in March. The Climax of The year was the an-
Tuesday of each month. The club had a very nual Roman banquef in May-
active Year! and the members enl0YeCl manY ln' At the final awards assembly, sterling silver
lefesilng meetings, highlighted bY an initiation keys were awarded to the best student in Latin
and a Christmas party. I, II, and Ill,
73 This page is sponsored by A. S. Pasternacki, M.D.
Front Row: Eichstaedt, Hazen, Ehinger, Koehnlein, DeForest, Rubel, E. McAfee, Reed,
Bean, J. Seager, Kulz. Second Row: Willett, Mayhew, Smith, Phillips, Bond, Wright,
Gadomski, Demlow, Westgate, Rymal, Stevens, Partridge, Shepherd. Third Row: Kapnick,
Fisher, McPhail, B. McAfee, Curtis, Mitchell, Hannula, Ladd, Kingon. Back Row: Houtman,
Ramsay, D. Seager, Towers, Drager, Hawley, Kopke, Wetherbee, Hill.
President: Sharon Rubel S
Vice-President: Ellen McAfee ij: EF
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Treasurer: Sherman DeForest '
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This page is sponsored by Dr. Reynold's
Front row: Emerich, Henderson, Koster, Bugbee, Boltz, Thompson. Second row Casleel
Winzeler, Stephan, Stacker, Wiebeclc, Corley. Bock row! Beoubien, Brion Carlson Gibbs
The Leaders Club is composed of a group of
girls vvilh The designed purpose To help The
Teachers in athletic courses. The girls referee
for games in gym classes and take over The class
if needed. They help a greal deal in pool
classes by leaching some and serving as life
savers at one end of The pool. The Leaders
Club girls are a greal credif To our school.
spam h ClUB
Front row: Sweet, MocQueen, Mitchell, Tew, Acker, Wilson, Garcia, Rhea, Birmingham
Coller, J. Wood, A. Wood. Second row: Bumpus, Ball, Pullen, Gibbs, Hayes, Stephan
Winzeler, Sentle, Damon, Allhouse, Gibbs, Miller. Third row! Bemis, Johnson, Rodrlquez
DeLeon, Seeburger, Kiersey, Salter, Campbell, Smart, Nuekom, Lowe. Bock row: Nixon
Leon, Krouse, Brockley, McKimmey, Mr. Busack.
President ....................,...,..........,. .......... ,..... J o e Garcia
Vice-president ..... .....,...... B arbara Acker
Secretary ............. ,,.,.,... I ma Lou Mitchell
Treasurer ......,....,......... ........,........,. J ucly Tew
Sergeant at Arms ....,...,.............,...,,............,.... Jack Wilson
The Spanish Club, "Los Companeras Alegres",
started its year in October with the initiation ot
the new members.
During the year they held one business meet-
ing and one social meeting a month. The social
events, such as skating parties, dances, and to-
boggan parties, were followed by refreshments
served at members' homes.
Under the supervision of Mr. Busack, the Span-
ish Club enioyed a successful year.
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ln the local forensic contest
the following won first and
second p I a c e s respectively:
Humorous - Karen Nelson and
Sherman DeForest. Dramatic -
Jean Hartwig and Cherry Was-
sink. Declamation-Sue Hinshaw
and Wendy Mayhew. Oratory-
Judy Wynn and Sue Pellowe.
Extemporaneous - Frank Spies.
Winning or taking a second
in the local contest enabled the
contestant to go to the District
Contest. Mrs. Miller was the
Front Row: Nelson, Hinshaw, Mayhew, DeForest, Pellowe, Hartwig, Wynn,
Spies, Drager. Second Row: Jacobs, Kaiser, Hazen, Henderson, Sharkus,
Clement, McAfee. Third Row: Koehnlein, Gaukel, Thompson, Wilson,
The debate question for this
year was: "Resolved that the
federal government should grant
price support to the extent of
9096 of parity."
The regular debaters for the
year were: Frank Spies, Fred
Meyer, Kay Hulse, Jean Hart-
wig, and Albert Ruesink. During
the season the debaters defeat-
ed Coldwater and were defeated
by Albion, Marshall, and Ypsi-
Barbara Koster, Cherry Was-
sink Jan Neukon, and Sally
Buskirk participated in the intra-
Dr. James Cretcher is the de-
baters very able coach.
Front Row: SPies, Hulse, Koster, Meyer. Back Row: Ruesink, Hartwig
Wassink, Newkom, Mr. Cretcher.
This page is sponsored by Bernard Patmos, M.D.
futune fzxizmens of amemca
Front row: Griffin, Johnston, Treat, Beekel, Lane, Bates. Second row: Spell, Anderson,
Brown, Clark, Mohr, Knepper, Garrison, Roback, Fretwell, Vollmer, Shaffer. Back row:
McMullen, Loop, Phenicie, VanDoren, Jewell, Westgate, Engel, Hosler, Kidder, Shulters,
Griffin, Bleich, Gautz. Absent: Boling, Renner.
The F.F.A. is an inspiring club for all young
men interested in farming. The F.F.A.'s motto
is, "To practice brotherhood, honor rural oppor-
tunities and responsibilities, and develop those
qualities of leadership a Future Farmer should
possess." Their slogan, "Learning to do. Doing
to learn. Earning to live. Living to serve," is
practiced by all members.
Mr. MacMullen, who is a new teacher in Acl-
rian this year, has given the boys much needed
knowledge which may prove invaluable in the
This page is sponsored by Westgate Condra 81 Co.
Front Row: Ford, Miller, Jenkins, Gibbs, Neukom, Sentle, Smart. Second Row: Mayhew,
Smith, Wiebeck, Brion, Stein, Hendrickson, Handy, Kuney, Lentz. Third Row: Sauter,
Ledford, Bates, Mulligan, Kidman, Emerson, Earles, Russell, Vogel, Coates. Back Row:
Retan, Bradish, N. Disbro, Meyer, Holmes, P. Disbro.
President Connie Jenkins
Vice-president Barbara Miller
Secretary Sharon Evans
Recording Secretary Emily Gibbs
Treasurer Lois Ford
This year the Future Nurses, sponsored by meetings were Mrs. Ludlow, Miss Buskey, Mrs.
Misses Leona Diehl and Ruth Sherman have had Sanderson, and Miss Thompson. A special
some very interesting and informative meet- Christmas proiect was the filling of a box with
ings, - food and clothing for a needy family. Another
Some of the special speakers of these project was helping at the hospital.
34 This page is sponsored by Shepherd 8g Stoll
Front Row: Mrs. Olmstead, Kishpaugh, Nelson, Wynn, McAfee, McLean, Seeclc, Smith,
Miss Armstrong. Second Row: Rhea, Bugbee, McNeil, Rau, Harvey, Hunter, Oyer, Pellowe,
Rubel, Seager. Third Row: Kaiser, Hulse, Clement, Acker, Pauling, Salter, Neiswander,
Campbell, Zimmerman, Stevens. Bock Row: Russell, Perkins, Hortwig, Sweet, Smith,
Porter, Foor, Ehinger, Hyde, Erchstoedt, Zietlow.
President: Louise McLean
Vice-President: Ellen McAfee
Secretary: J udy
Treasurer: Rachel Seeck
Historian-Librarian: Karen Nelson
The Future Teachers' Club, sponsored by Miss
Armstrong, for whom the club was named, and
Mrs. Olmstead, had a very successful year.
Many new members were initiated at the first
of the monthly meetings in the Home Economic's
This page is spons
The club put out a handbook for its
members. Club members have been helping
at the Croswell School. Many interesting meet-
ings, having guest speakers and movies, were
ored by Dr. L. K. Cox
Front Row: Murphey, S. Palmer, S. Mitchell, P. Palmer, Stewart. Second Row: Libs,
Sanderson, Eaton, Bridges. Third Row: Zimmerman, Jones, Miller, Rockwell, West.
Bock Row: Beach, l. Mitchell, Creech, Evans, Wiebeck, Stecker.
The duties of a student librarian range from
the very simple one of shelving books to the
more complicated matter of filing cards alpha-
betically in the card catalogue and shelf list.
Some of the other general duties of the student
librarian are: to charge books out, to reserve
books for students, to find cards for incoming
books, to charge fines for overdue books and
reserve notices, and to help students locate
books. These services are performed almost
Some of the other services that are not clone
every day are: processing new books by paging
them, stamping them, pasting pockets and date
due slips in them, typing cards and pockets,
shellacing books, making orders for cards for
the card catalogue, distributing mail for teach-
ers, handling new magazines for the library and
faculty, making book displays, and helping to
order new books. One of the most interesting
things for a student librarian is that she gets to
meet all kinds of people and is able to help
them find information necessary for assignments
or books that are fun to read.
This page is sponsored by Morrison Pharmacy
Front Row: Rau, Fletcher, Gallippo, Anderson, Mulligan, Zimmerman. Back Row: Russell,
Wotring, Scroggins, Miller, Ferguson, Mitchell, Rhea, Mr. Zebrowski.
The purpose of the Bible Club is to better un-
derstand, appreciate, and enioy the Bible. The
motto is Romans 1:16.
Meetings were held every other Thursday
evening with Mr. Edward Zebrowski as advisor.
The meetings consisted of discussions, a busi-
ness session, devotions, and refreshments.
This page is sponsored by Dunmore Funeral Home
These meetings represented good fellowship
Special projects were the 'formation of the
Gospelaires, who did singing at Maple Lane
Manor and several of the city churches, and also
an Easter display during Holy Week.
Front Row: Boughey, Ford, Klinger, Miss Nielsen, Shepherd, Wiebeck, Morton. Second Row
Jones, Reynolds, Zimmerman, Graham, Mills, Sauter, Harmon, Ferguson. Baclc Row: Flynn,
Brehmer, Stewart, Barron, Ennis, Holloway, Foot, Minnick. '
Adviser: Miss Nielsen Song Leader: Yvonne Baughey
President: Sharon Shepherd Historian: Mary Lou Harmon
Vice-president: Mary Wiebeck Parliamentarian: Cecilia Sauter
Secretary: Gladys Klinger Pianist: Janice Springer
Treasurer: Mary Ford Reporter: Beverly Phenicie
Point Chairman: Carolyn Morton
The Selaco Club, under the leadership of Miss
Nielsen, has entered into many activities this
One of these activities was the annual Christ-
mas cookie sale.
The most outstanding event of the year was
when the girls affiliated with the state and na-
tional Future Homemakers of Tomorrow.
This Page is sponsored by Excelsior Laundry Co.
selaco clus y W
Front Row: Shepherd, Emerson, Holmes, Disbro, Barrett, Pate. Second Row: Seegert, Bryant
Gibson, Springer, Hunter, Colichia, Matthis, Thornton. Third Row: Pate, Handy, Fletcher,
Raymond, Sauter, Retan, Hunter, Ruff.
This page is sponsored by Dr. M. J. Edwards
Front row: Fretwell, Fisher, Hill, Warner, Carlson, Corley, Hickman, Bone, Mr. DeJonge
Second row: Buttermore, Mansfield, Wynn, Nelson, Thompson, Stewart, Wegrzyn, Ehinger
Kapnick, Quinn, Ruesink. Third row: Cattel, G. Hill, Spies, Hulse, Baker, Bean, Sweet,
Seeck, Handy, P. Miller. Back row: Jewel, Linburg, Bird, Peters, Quigley, Jacobs,
Kindinger, Betz, Sharkus, Addington, Russell.
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This page is sponsored by Ramsay Grocery
Front row: Smith, Wontz, Ost, Jenkins, Barnes, Webster, Hill. Second row: Perkins, Tolford,
Miller, Gibbs, Moore, Reynolds, Ellison. Third row: Gott, Wilson, Carlson, Walker, Morton,
The Booster Club is one of the most active or-
ganizations in the school.
Its main purpose is to give a boost to any club
or organization that needs help. This year the
Hortwig, Pellowe. Back row: Kishpough, Griffin, Lane.
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Booster Club, under the leadership of its new
advisor Mr. DeJonge, has sponsored busses to
out of town games, sold tickets for the plays,
packed baskets for the needy families, sold year-
books, and participated in many other worth
while activities. This organization has done a
good job and deserve the thanks of the entire
This page is sponsored by Russell Allen M.D.
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The Chemistry Club is a new club this year
and has a very good purpose. For anyone in-
terested in chemistry or the field of science this
club should prove very valuable.
The Chemistry Club is probably the most dif-
ficult of all the clubs in school to ioin. Anyone
interested in ioining must have completed one
semester of chemistry with at least a "B" aver-
age. Mr. Sweet is the capable advisor.
President ....... ,,... ..................,..... .,.......... F r a nk Spies
Vice-president ..... .. ....,. David Sawyer
Secretary ........., ..,........,.......... F red Meyer
Treasurer ............ ...........,. ,.........., S h erman DeForest
This Page is sponsored by R 8. S Shoe S191-Q
The Radio Club, one of the two newly estab-
lished clubs in Adrian High, has one of the best
goals ot any club in school. This goal is to help
students interested in radio to obtain their Ham
Although the membership is not equal to that
of any other club, it should grow with each new
class. Mr. Keller is the club's advisor.
President ..... .............i.........4.,....,..............,., A lien Thompson
Vice-president .,......... .,.,,,... .,..,...,. D a ve Johnson
Secretary - Treasurer ,....,.., .. .........,.... David Lennox
Sergeant at Arms .......,....,. .,......... S herman DeForest
This page is sponsored by Adrian Dairy
Front Row: Dunbar, Galnares, Vickery, Harper, Woods, Scofield. Second
Row! Bond, Phenicie, Funk, Brown, Miller, Hickok.
Sergeant At Arms
lma Lou Mitchell
Front Row: MacQueen, Mitchell, D. Weaver, B. Weaver, Snyder, Cavasos
Second Row: Mills, Pullen, Larkins, Clugston, Black, Rodriquez, Bryant
Third Row: Minnick, Richards, Tew, Peet, Gallippo, Galnares. Back
Row: Ray, Sauter, Morey, Bird.
Under The leadership of HS Officers and Mr. social activities along with learning working
Whitney the Co-op Club was reorganized this l"l5l"UCll0"'5-
year. It was first organized by Mr. Whitney in During the Yea' the Club ef'i0Yed Toboggan'
1952 ing and skating parties.
The main purpose of The Club is To funher We congratulate all the members who did a
fine iob in making the club a success.
This page is sponsored by Curtis' Poultry
Front Row: Buskirk, Dibble, Sager, Stewart, Coller, Eisch, Keedy, P.J. Wood, P.G. Wood, Price. Second
Row: Bournes, J. Miller, Averill, llvonen, C. Miller, Fedor, Pullen, Lyons, Birmingham, Ray. Third Row:
Ferguson, Mitchell, Wegrzyn, Thompson, Dunbar, Krouse, Ruesink, Hotra, Mr. Sebrowski. Back Row: Jacob
Norris, Wagner, Stewart, Hyde, D. Miller, Creech, Beech, Bumpus, Pyle.
With the help of its officers, Mr. Sebrowski
formed the Archaeology Club as a new organi-
zation this year.
During the first meeting temporary officers
were elected. These temporary officers were
later elected as the permanent ones.
During the year the members visited the
Museums of Anthropology and Paleontalogy in
Ann Arbor. Later in the season the members
are planning to take another field trip, this time
to the Toledo Museum.
We, the members of the Sickle staff, wel-
come This new organization and hope it will
continue for many more years.
This page is sponsored by Frank T. Broadwater D.O.
In All the Latest
Styles and Colors,
NI. Mulzer SL Son's,
5 North Main Street.
EARL C. MICHENER
Mr. Michener graduated from Adrian High
School in 1897-sixty years ago. Even in his high
school days his outstanding personality and bril-
liant mind made him a leader. He was the editor
of the first Sickle, a position on which the whole
school voted, president of the Freshman Class,
member of the football team, and president of
the Athenian Literary Society which sponsored
debates and social activities
Punishment, a subject of course totally unfa-
miliar to students of today, was corporal sixty
years ago. Delinquent youngsters received a note
from their teachers giving them an appointment
with the Superintendent, "Ot course, chuckled
Mr. Michener, "l know about this only from what
others told me."
W-hen the interviewing reporters inquired
about entertainment on dates long ago, the
statesman replied nostalgically that parties,
square dances, and sleigh-rides were held by
The young people would hitch up their best
horses and everybody would pile in for a good
time. After the fun they would go to someone's
farm to play games and eat oyster stew. "We
made our own fun", stated Mr. Michener. "There
were no Rainbows in those days."
When asked about clothes, Mr. Michener smil-
ed in recollection of the long dresses of the girls
and the black suits with swallow tail coats in
which the boys graduated. "You can see what
we looked like in the Sickle, he informed us, "the
tighter the pants, the better we liked them."
In 1897 every school day began with every-
one gathering in study hall for a ten minute
chapel period, after which everyone attended
classes. There were no gym periods as such, but
baseball and football were offered as extracurri-
Mr. Michener, who worked his way through
the University of Michigan and George Washing-
ton University for his law degree, gives this ad-
vice to young people who want to go to college.
"Don't be discouraged. lf you have the ambition
and want to do it, you can find a way."
This page is sponsored by Roy P. White
First mention made of high school orches-
Zoe Decker, music teacher.
Louise Mettler Smith, music teacher
Charles Lagerquist, music teacher.
'Luella Wright, music teacher.
Lulu Geddes, music teacher.
Development of vocal music stressed in
iunior high school.
Maum Newton, music supervisor.
Junior high school orchestra organized.
Verna Humphrey, music teacher.
Alberta Steele, music supervisor.
Juva Higbee, music supervisor, served un-
til 1927. Gave music program impetus.
A.H.S. won first competitive music award
when orchestra placed first in Class B of
Homer Hubbard takes over as supervisor
of music. Served until 1931.
Senior high band organized by Mr.
Junior high school band organized.
Paul Rainier appointed teacher of iu
Hilma Scammon Sweet employed as string
Junior high band won first honors in state
contest for first time.
Senior high orchestra attended first na-
tional contest, won third place in Class B.
Paul Rainier became music supervisor.
Kenneth Westerman, vocal music teacher.
Served until 1940.
1937 Russel Nelson took over choirs. Served
1943 Margaret Scruggs directed choral groups.
1944 Frances Phippips Nelson conducted vo-
cal groups. Served until 1946.
1946 Wendell Johnson employed as choral
1946 Alvin Bohms appointed iunior high
1946 Merlyn Kellogg instructed string classes.
1947 Paul Rainier directs choirs in addition to
band and orchestra.
1948 Alvin Bohms named director of. high
1948 Merlyn Kellogg appointed director of
high school orchestra. Served until 1952.
1952 Howard Mickens appointed orchestra
1954 Clare Camburn assists with instrumental
1956 William lveson came as choral director.
This page is sponsored by William H. Hewes M.D-
Front Row: Vogel, Ziegler, Wild, Dunlap, Earles, Reed, Porter, Kay Smith, Berndt, Sally Smith, McPhail,
Meyer, Liski, Mitchell, Paul Smith, Fox, Yvonne Smith, Kaiser, Brock, Muck. Second Row: Rau, Spiegel,
Reed, Ellison, Bristol, Hill, Roesch, Shook, Siler, Graber, Drager, Neiswander, Seeburger, Baumea,
Silvernail, Sweet, Tom Nixon. Third Row: Carolyn Ruesink, Salter, Ehinger, Boker, Bemis, Pfister,
VanSickle, Kafer, Quigley, Perkins, Tuttle, Sawyer, Griffen, Russell, Mr. Bohms. Back Row: Montemoyor
McKimmy, Reeves, Rainier, Towers, Albert Ruesink, Kishpaugh, Crossley, Barish, Saxton, Peters, John
We salute the band and Mr. Bohms for the fine
music they presented to us this year at all im-
portant functions. They furnished the entertain-
ing half-time programs during the football sea-
son. The banol also put pep into the basketball
i games and pep assemblies.
In addition to all these events, the band took
part in the district and state festivals. This year
they received a first division rating in the dis-
trict for the seventh year in a row.
This page is sponsored by Carl Benz M.D.
Kaiser, Smith, Seeburger. '
We are very proud of the honor won by the
Flute Trio and the Woodwind Quintet. This
honor was in receiving a First Division rating in
the State Solo and Ensemble Festival at Ann
Arbor. These groups have also played for
various church ancl P.T.A. groups, service clubs,
and the All School Play. Many thanks to Mr.
Bohms for his fine direction.
Kaiser, Ruesink, Nixon, Neiswunder, McPhoil.
Front Row: Hill, C. Ruesink, Sweet, C. Gallippo, Jenkins, Rhea, Appleton, Brown, Kishpaugh, Koennleln
Seeck, Horton, Hampton, Ball, Oliver, M. Ladd. Second Row: McPhail, Russell, Nixon, Peters, Brlttain
Myers, Curtis, Saxton, Webster, B. Gallippo, Blanchard, Patterson, Kruger, Waldfogel, Stevens, Rittenhouse
Y. Smith Kaiser Wild Mr. Mickens
The orchestra Under the direction of Mr Mick
ens has clone a fine 'ob this year They enter
tained at the Christmas Concert, the Variety
Show, and at several assemblies. We on the Sick-
le Staff are wishing them the best of luck as they
prepare for the District and State Festivals.
Back Row: Sowers, Rainier, D. Ladd, T. Smith, A. Ruesink, Stegg, Engle, Ehinger, Neiswander, Seeburger
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This page is sponsored by Howard R.C. Eddy M.D.
Mcphail, Siler, Shook, Roesch.
Our hats are off to the Clarinet Ensemble
who throughout the year have contributed their
services in playing for various church groups,
P.T.A. groups, service clubs, and the All School
Play. Mr. Bohms is their director.
Morton, Seeck, Stevens, Brown, Sweet.
We are very proud ot our fine String En-
semble ancl the way they represented our school
during the past year. Throughout the year they
contributed their time in playing for the school
plays, church groups, and various clubs and
parties. Mr. Mickens is their director.
Front Row: Tew, Winzeler, Ray, Hayes, Flickinger, Jenkins, Yoalcum, Morton, Nelson, Seeck, Campbell,
Tolford, Pellowe. Second Row: Mills, Hathaway, Webster, Gephart, Bufford, Snyder, Baughey, Curtis,
Ruesink, Cunningham, Reynolds, Anderson, L. Krause, R. Krause. Third Row: Spiegel, Casteel, Barnhart,
Terpening, Roberts, Rooney, Barnes, Goldsmith, Badertscher, Hill, Dunbar. Back Row: Campbell, Church,
Ferguson, Miller, Ehinger, Buttermore, Warner, Moran, Hartman, Howe, B. Weaver, D. Weaver.
The choir of Adrian High School, under the
direction of Mr. W. B. lveson who was new this
year, is to be complimented for its outstanding
work. It performed at the Thanksgiving, Christ-
mas and Easter assemblies. lt also sang at the
Rotary Club, and participated in the City Festival
as well as the District Festival. Of course we
can't forget the Variety Show in which the choir
played an important part.
This page is sponsored by H. F. Wyatt 84 Co.
Gll2l.S' T1 EmBl6
Sitting Ray Baughey, Webster, Morton, Seeck, Gephcrt, Yoakum. Standing: Smoll Fruchey lllvonen,
Rueslnk, Perkins, Jenkins, Hazen, Hayes.
The Girls' Ensemble under the capable di-
rection of William lveson had a very successful
year. They were kept busy throughout the year
furnishing music for various organizations. They
participated in the Variety Show, the Winter
Concert, and received a superior rating in the
solo and ensemble festival in Howell, Michigan.
We wish to congrateulate the girls in the en-
semble and its director for another splendid year.
This page is sponsored by George H. Wynn M.D.
sophomone ch 0ll2
Front Row: Mr. Iveson, Keedy, llvonen, Kapnick, Jenkins, Eisch, Hazen, Mayhew, P. Wood, Miller, Newkom
Allshause, Birmingham. Second Row: Michener, Hyke, Reed, Gibbs, Stevens, Kolz, Smart, Coller, Sell,
Buskirk, Bournes, Jacob, Cohen. Back Row: Ostrunder, MacQueen, Phipps, Cox, May, Willett, Boudreau,
Kopke, Street, Hawley, Schultz, D. Wood.
The Sophomore Choir, under the capable di-
rection of William Iveson, has again been a
source of pride to our school. They have fur-
nished music for many occasions, including the
Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter Assemblies.
They have also participated in the annual Va-
riety Show, the Winter Concert, and City Music
They are to be complimented on their fine
This page is sponsored by Dr. C. J. Hood
omls' glee cluis
Front Row: Mr. lveson, Barrett, Lyons, Shannon, Bumpus, Willett, Bond, Hyde, Miller, Zietlow, Righter.
Second Row: Dibble, Mattis, Hershman, Black, Wright, Pfeiffle, Damon, J. Pate, Like, Preston, Rymal, Lowe.
Back Row: Chesney, Averill, Lane, Bean, Stewart, Raines, Hunter, S. Pate, Wood, Stephan, Calhoun.
President .......,,....... ......... K ae Stephan
Vice-president ....... ....,.,..., J anet Damon
Secretary .,......... . ,.....,... Sharon Pate
Treasurer ....... .......... D eloby Bean
Under the direction ot Mr. Iveson, Adrian Accompanying these talented singers was
High had the largest Girls' Glee Club since 1952. Joyce Calhoun at the piano.
During the year they participated in the Variety ' All the girls in the organization are to be con-
Show, the Winter Concert, and the City Music gratulated for the wonderful work they have
Festival. done this year.
This page is sponsored by John C. Driscoll Service Station
A g .
Front Row: Saxton, Slwoek, Reeves, McPl1ail, Baumeu, Bemis, Crossley. Second Row: Ma:Kimmey, Russell
Peters, Nixon, Ruesink, Hill, Kishpaugh. Back Row: Rainier, Tuttle, Sawyer, Towers.
Neiswander, Thompson, Naylor, Chinger, Britfain, Miller
Miller, Brittain, Ehinger, Naylor, Thompson, Meiswcmder.
All school pta
Front row: Miller, Tolford, Hulse, Wassink, Wynn. Second row: Hartwig, Henderson. Third
row: Morton, May, Gott, Jewel, Kishpaugh, Filter, Pellowe. Back row: Spies, Hanna, Wilson.
Missing: Clement, Corley, Gibbs, Jenkins, McAfee, Rubel, Stecker, Stewart, Wiebeclc, Music,
"Time Out for Ginger,"
was chosen as this year's all-school play.
The scene took place in the home of Howard
Carol, who had radical ideas on self-expression,
especially concerning his three teenage daugh-
ters. Ginger, the fourteen year old, went out
for the football team, while her two sisters re-
fused to even take gym. This delightful situa-
a th ree-act comedy,
Lizzie, The Maid
tion made the Carol family famous when Life
Magazine published a story about Ginger. Hav-
ing decided to give up football, Ginger went
back to Tommy, and everything turned out hap-
The whole evening was a success and the
credit should be given to Miss Sherman for her
fine job of directing and casting.
This page is sponsored by Dr. Robert Birmingham
Adrian Federal Savings
Adrian State Savings
Braun Funeral Home
Campus Dining Room
Citizen's Gas Fuel
Dan's Blue Sunoco
Davis and Baily
Dixie Shop for Men
Dixie Shop for Women
Duff and Jud's
Feight's Barber Shop
Frank, Louis 8tSons
Gray Floor Covering
Hard 8. Bailey
Horn's Pure Oil
Hughes Barber Shop 1
lndustrial Electric Co.
Joe's Shell Service
Kigel Cloth. Co.
Lenawee County Savings
Monroe Shoe Repair
Murphy, C. G.
Norquay Shoe Repair
123 Oro Mfg. Co. 131
119 1 Park's 121
116 Penney's 110
134 Prentiss Studio 125
113 Purity Ice Cream 129
116 Rimell's Service 117
128 Rock Inn 133
126 Schwartz Restaurant 135
135 Silver Dollar 127
117 Sky Drive-ln Theatre 138
128 Star Tobacco 125
115 Stevenson's Lumber 120
129 Stubnitz-Greene 118
112 Stull Jewelry 114
138 Swiegert's Book Store 119
112 Tanber's 139
139 Terpenny Motor 120
142 Typewriter Sales 113
112 Walper Furniture 143
121 Willnow Printing 128
119 Adrian Dairy 93
115 Adrian Laundry 69
132 Dr. Allen 91
114 Auto Parts 71
120 Carl Benz, M.D. 98
122 Dr. Robert Birmingham 110
142 Frank T. Broadwater 95
135 Dr. E. E. Buskirk 70
132 Dr. L. K. Cox 85
127 Curtis Poultry 94
130 Driscoll Service Station 105
113 Dunmore Funeral Home 87
117 Howard R. C. Eddy, M.D. 100
123 Dr. M. J. Edwards B9
115 Excelsior Laundry 88
127 ' F.G. Fnzsammon., M.D. so
137 Gerity e Michigan 69
140 The Heffron Clinic 76
116 Dr. D. M. Hendricks 68
120 William H. Hughes, M.D. 97
134 Warren Hinshaw, M.D. ' 74
127 D+. c. J. Hood 104
136 Mitchell Welding 59
123 Morrison Drugs 86
124 Bernard Patmos, M.D. 82
141 Dr. Pasternacki 78
133 Ramsay's Grocery 90
112 Dr. Reynolds 79
139 R 8. S Shoe Store 92
140 Dr. schmaaf, 0.0.5. 56
139 Shepherd and Stoll 84
117 Sky Drive-ln Theater 57
124 Westgate - Condra 83
128 Ray P. White 96
125 Wyatt Drugs 102
' 128 George H. Wynn, M.D. V 103
134 Dr. Richard S. Youngs, M.D. 72
407 N. MAIN ST. ADRIAN, MICH.
'I AATING Co' i
DAN'S BLUE SUNOCO SERVICE
Free pick-up ond delivery Phone: CO 3-9868
Tires - Batteries - Lubrication - Washing - Waxing
402 West Maumee Adrian, Michigan
COMPLIMENTS T0 THE CLASS OF
II13 W. Beecher
nstant Curls Are Our Business"
T Y P E W R I T E R
Sales and Service Company
Everything for the Office
i25 North Main Street Advrion, Michigan
C g 1' I f s
CLASS OF '57
HALEY'S SHOE STORE
COMPLIMENTS T0 THE
CLASS of 1957
BALES TRUCKIN6 AND SUPPLY
Phone: C0 5-2212
S . S . S T U L L
118 E. MAUMEE STREET
1 -ADRIAN MICHIGAN
DWIGHT D. DENNIS, Agent FRANK CAMBURN, Representing Agenf
5524BudIong Y 14400 N. Adrian Rd.
cop 5-5392 I ' cog 5-5932
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
AUTO LIFE I FIRE
OFFICE ADDRESS: M
I 933 S. Main Sf., Adrian, Michigan - Phone: Co. 3-2111
I I . 43 - '
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II. M. IFIEIIGHT , BARBER SHOP
FIVE CHAIRS I- WEEK DAYS
SEVEN cr-mms - FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS
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Phone: COITOX 5-85.65
II3 Sou'I'I1 Main SI'reeI ADRIAN, MICHIGAN
Adrian Miehigon U
DUFI AND IUD'S STANDARD SERVICE
Free Pick-up and Delivery - Telephone: COIInx 3-9968
Corner West Church and Maumee Street
M. DANIELS L. .IUDSON
SIGN OF' THE TURK
CHALONER Gm CO.
CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS of 1957 I
Huh Clothing Company
FOUR CORNERS .
Crosley Whirlpool R C A
Donald and Walter Jasmund, Owners
SALES AND SERVICE
155 N. Winter St. COflax 5-2029
NEXT TO CONSUMERS POWER
Telephone: COlfclx 5-2801
121 East Maumee Sf. Adrldn, Mich.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ADRIAN HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OF 1957
AIJHIAN SALES IIIJMPANY
REALTOR - INSURANCE
Ground Floor-National Bank Building
Telephone: COlfc1x 5-2165
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1957
Adrian's Leading Phofo and Ari Cenier
JACK VAN SCHAICK
YOUNG OF HEART
HARD 8: BAILEY DRUG CO.
Jluz, dinxall, ,Stem
Phone: COlfc1x 5-8344
143 Main Street
Look Ahead S oe
Q U L WIfl'lY In mind
My ww f, O wzll unlock the uture
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l 1 SAVINGS INSURED SAFE UP TO SI0.000.
f4o,w,4fv FEDERAL 541114165
BRANCH OFFICE AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
138 WVCHICAGO BLVD- 121 w. Nmumee srm-:rr
Tscumssn-I. MICHIGAN ADRIAN- MICHIGAN -'-'
'HQN PHONE couux 5-6128
BEST WISHES TO THE CENTENNIAL
CLASS OF '57
DIXIE WOMENS SHOP DIXIE SHOP FOR MEN
'I26 N. Main Street Adriaun, Michigan 128 N. Main 51,-ee, Adrian' Michigan
SWIGERT BOOK STORE
WE CONGRATULATE me swan CLASS OF 1957
STEVE N S 0 N
lumber and Coal Company
FOORS STANDARD SERVICE
Highway US-223 and Wolf Creek Highway
TIRES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES
Compleie Lubrication and Wash
' COM PLIMENTS
BILL JENKINS To THE
CLASS OF 57
SELECT USED CARS
CITIES SERVICE GAS AND OILS
PACKAGED MEATS - GROCERIES
CO 5-8433 Phones CO 3-9807
C r Treat and Beecher Sfreets Adrian I375 Wegf Maumee
DAVIS 8: BAILY
I32 S. MAIN STREET ADRIAN, MICHIGAN
A. B. PARK COMPANY
You are Always Welcome at the
A. B. PARK COMPANY
ADRIAN HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OF '57
LOUIS FRANK 8 SONS
WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE
AND smlve TO Desenve IT.
Ph. Co. 5-8533 128 S. Main ST.
Bottlers and Distributors of
Mason's Root Beer - Nesbitt's Orange - Squirt - Icy Flavors
3100 South Main Street Phone: CO 5-5055
CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE CLASS OF I957
HORN'S PURE OIL SERVICE
CARL PIFER and JIM BRISTOLL
Corner Church and Winter
Phone COIfax 5-5443
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1.957
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7 5 7,15 1
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LENAWEE DAIRY PRODUCTS
MIRACLES OF MILK
MICHIGAN PRODUCERS DAIRY CO.
ADRIAN MICH SEBEWAING, MICH
HILLMAN MICH TECUMSEH, MICH
C g t lat s and Best Wishes io the CI s f 1957
G. C. MURPHY CO.
1 THE FRIENDLY STORE
1 COMPLIMENTS GF
Star Tobacco and Candy Company
Phone: C0lfux 5-6822 Adrian
117-119 West Mcum St f
B 1235! S 5 0690
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I RA D E O C YQ M A P K
CAREER DAY AT BRIDGEPORT, 1.957
We Are Always Interested In Your Career
-Ire BOTH DURING YOUR sc:-looL DAYS
-k AND AFTER You GRADUATE I
BRIDGEPORT BRASS COMPANY I
C. S. HUGHES BARBER SHOP
Basement 207 North Main Adrian, Michigan
"IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL'
IO7 S. Main Streei
i Adrian, Michigan
C omplimenfs of
slivfn Douin cm
COMPLIMENTS OF I
J IM GREEN
Fine Apparel for Gentlemen
110 N. Main St.
l. W. WILLNOW
A Complete Letter Press Printing Service
PHONE: Colfax 5-6365
230 E. Maumee S1. Adrian, Michigan
Monroe Shoe Repair
CAMPUS DINING ROOM
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Phone CO 3-9524 for Take-out Pizzas
Ambulance Service CO 5-8000
THE BRAUN FUNERAL HOME
State at Union
Edward F. Braun Richard A. Braun
Nixon - Marbro's
EVERYTHING IN MUSIC
We Congrafulafe The Senior Class of 1957
ClTIZEN'S GAS FUEL COMPANY
NORTH MAIN STREET
Q 'PT1'n117Y, T
Congratulations to the Class of 1956
827 W. Maumee St. Colfax 5-8071
IIHRRY ll. GRIEWHHN
READY MIXED CUNCRIITII
240 West Maple Avenue
Blau of I957
ORO MANUFACTURING C0
Phone: COlfc:x 5-2171
CONTRACTORS 8: SUPPLIERS
HEATING - PLUMBING - AIR-CONDITIONING
SHEET METAL WORK
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1957
GRAY FLOOR COVERING
403 North Main Street A D R I A N
C omplzments of
C u s 223 a s h Mo Ad
CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES
T0 THE CLASS OF 1957
Lenawee County Savings Bank
SIAII SAVI BS BA K
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1 1 '
FOR QUALITY SHOE SERVICE
NORQUAY'S SHOE REPAIR
ADRIAN NORQUAY fPropriefor2
421 West Beecher Street
JOE'S SHElI. SERVICE
Firestone Tires ond Batteries
Corner of Church and Winter Streets
Phone: COlfux 3-9908
OPEN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS
SCHWARTZ RESTAU RANT
I "WHERE FRIENDS MEET"
' 121 N. Mean sneer
ADRIAN - MICHIGAN
Congratulations to the Class of 1957
GCRDOINVS MEN'S SHOP
Ioa E. MAUMEE STREET ADRIAN, MICHIGAN
' T 'M 1' 1 1 -
296 South Main Street Phone: C0 5-8945
Gerald Barnes, Judy Wynn, Ellen McAfee, Dick Hanna
si QL 4
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KEWAUNEE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
HU RD LCJCK co.
WISHES T0 CONGRATULATE
THE STUDENT COUNCIL T
' ON ITS
FINE HOMECOMING PROGRAM
c,,,,,,f,4,m,.f,, JCUMMERIIIAI SAVINGS BANK
SKY DRIVE-IN THEATER
W G JENKINS Owner W. G. JENKI S M g
IAN B E R 'S
118 South Main Street
LEONARD'S GULF SERVICE
250 W. Church
THE MAUMEE COMPANY
sponrmo Goons and rovs
218 West Maumee
PAINTS and VARNISHES
- SEE -
ADRIAN JUNIOR Hue:-I SCHOOL
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC CO.
IIII E B I1 r-S+. Phone CO 5-7IG8
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ADRIAN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
'I26 South Broad
Cones Malts Sundaes
Congratulations to the Class of 1957
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I957
WALPER FURNITURE CO
Serving This Communiiy 54 Years
Decoraior Service Available
l35 E. Maumee Sf. - Adrian, Mich. - Phone CO 5-8l9l
J. C. Penney Co., Inc.
wishes to honor
The Music Department
who presented such o fine show.
:lun Jalan. Ulduqu
SR ' 1
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