Akron Community High School - Jato Yearbook (Akron, MI)

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HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING qnvo 1957 Hkuon Commumtq School Publmhed an, Senior: Claaa I957 ELEMENTARY BUILDING PATRICIA STEELE Home Econom1cs Engllsh 'I 8L 8 Semor Co Sponsor Biff 1,1 331 SE? iff' WILLIAM INGERSOLL Physlcs Sclence 8th Grade Sponsor '3acultq '53 sr., for 327, ,. A Ll' QUINTIN CRAMER Superrntendenr BERNARD BAETSEN Indusmal Arts Junror Sponsor LEONA KRAUSS Enghsh Speech Forensrcs Glee Club 7th Grade Sponsor JOHN BRADLEY Pr1nc1pa1 Coach Amencan I-hstory Senror Sponsor ,,-M an 4 Y ef its. WILLIAM LEONARD Commerc1a1 Drlver Educatlon Sophomore Sponsor BERTHA ACHENBACH Krndervarten C1v1cs 'Ith Grade Sponsor 1715 ROBERT LaHAIE Math Amencan Government Freshman Sponsor FRED SHARP Band 4,44 'GM 49-97 DENNIS THOMPSON CTommyj Class Preacher A wtse man lrke the moon only showshts brrght srde to the world Class Presrdent 3 4 Annual Staff Jumor 8a Senror Play Forensrcs Student Councrl l 2 Band 2 3 4 Football l 2 3 4 Basketball 2 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 CLAYTON TURNER CTurnerj Class Brarn lf1t s a man s world why hasn t somebody told the women about Salutatorran Vrce PFES1 dent 4 Junlor SL Semor Play Forenslcs Basket ball l 2 3 4 Baseball 4 T k MARY DICKSON QMammyJ Class Devrl "I don't l1ke to repeat gosstp, but what else can you do Wllh lt? Annual Co Ed1tor,Jun tor 81 Senlor Play, V1ce Prestdent 2,3, G Sports l,2, Glee Club l,3, F H A 1 A fa sf,-2 all 15' 5 x lb Q 'W' J fm? LORRAINE CHILDS QRBIDIEJ Class Slowpoke If I had ll to do over agarn l wouldn t have the strength Valedrctorran Semor Class Secretary Annual Staff 4 Class Treasurer l Lrbrarlan l 2 3 G Sports 1 2 Glee Club 1 H JO ANN WARK U07 Class Pessxmrst 'Work fasrnates me I could watch tt all day Annual Staff, Senlor Play, V1ce Presrdent l, Treasurer 2,3,4, Lrbrar lan 3, G Sports l,2, Glee Club l,2,3. J 1 MAX SHERMAN CMaxj Class Tease "lf l had my life to live over again I'd make the same mistakes--only I'd start sooner." Student Council Vice- President-3, Student Council President-49 Class President-lg Foot- ball-l,2,3,4g Basketball- l,2,3,4g Baseball-l,2, 3,4g Track-1, 2,3,4. ROSEMARY KING QRosaJ Class Model She looks shy but don t let that fool you Student Councrl Secretary 3 81 4 Annual Staff Jun lor 8a Sen1or Play Foren s1cs Class Secretary 2 Majorette 3 Llbrarlan 3 Glee Club l 81 2 Grrl s orts l 8: 2 F H A BEATRICE SAMSON Beatue Class Sparkplug Don t worry rt won last nothlng does Student Councll 2 3 4 Annual Edrtor Sen1or Play Forensrcs Student Councrl Correspondrng Secretary 4 Student Councll Treasurer 3 G1r1s Sports 1 81 2 F H A P guy DOUGLAS HILL CDougQ Class Wise guy Eat drrnk and be 4 merry Annual Staff Band 2 Football 1 SHIRLEY MORELL CChubbyQ Class Worker If she can t frnd any llllllg to laugh about she ll just grggle Government Day Speaker Lrbrarran 2 3 Cheerleader 1 I 2 I ' 1 1' ' . V Sp - 9 . . .-1. -. . " wt " I ' - . . .-1. SHARON BRINK fSherryj Class Dancer "Don't tell me what I mean-let me figure it out for myself." Annual Staffg Junior Playg G. Sports-l,2g Glee Club-l, 25 F.H. A. ' 1. MARY LOU KRAMER CLu Lul Class Blonde A personalrty of laugh ter and fun Annual Staff 3 Secretary 3 Cheerleader l 2 A PAUL DOWLING CFlangej Class Clown What? No gxrls rn .f"" heaven then Just Y' leave me here Annual Staff 4 Junlor 8a Semor Play Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Track l 2 3 4 CLASS MOTTO "One step ct a time, but always CLASS COLORS Blue 8. White CLASS FLOWER American Beauty Rose RUTH MEYERS KROOIIE Toomey Class Nurse The sm1le that won come off Junror Play G Sports l 2 Glee Club l 2 A DAVID DeMETRICK QScudJ Class Card Shark A handy man to have around the school Football l 4 Sentor Play Stage Manager Sentor Play Prompter forward SYLVIA MUSKA fSusiej Class Skipper "The joy of life is living." Annual Staffg Student Council-lg F. H. A. -1. MARY LOU LYMAN QEmmy Louj Class Problem Keep sm111n It makes everyone wonder what you ve been up to Librarian 4 Band 3 Sc 4 Glee Club 1 81 2 Girl s orts 1 8a 2 F H A ELNORA BILLS QNODIEQ Class Smoker A little learning IS a dangerous thing Girl s Sports l 2 Glee ub l 2 3 F H LORETTA OSBOURN Qkettap Class Dreamer "Money isn't everything but it's way ahead of whatever is in second place." Librarian-25 Class Pres- ident-2g Girl's Sports-1, 2g Glee Club-1 84 35 F.H. A. -1. PHYLLIS SHARKO QPhyllj Class Blusher I agree with you but I must admit you re wrong Senior Play Librarian 1 2 3 4 Girl s Sports 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 A BEVERLY ROBERTS CT1nkerj Class Hotrodder A lie 1S a poor excuse for the truth but the only one inventedyet Annual Staff junlor Sc Senior Play Band 3 8t 4 G1r1s Sports 1 2 Glee ub 1 2 3 F UNDERCLASSMEN -.ai l O BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Carolyn Steele, Pat Fraser, Jeanne Maurich, Rose Sharon, Evelyn Damm. FIRST ROW: Janet Rayl, Janice Ruppal, Joan Priestley, Marian Muska, Carol Volk, Barbara Bradley. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Clarence Pelton, Duane Robinson, Nelson Lewis, Bob Bach, Jerry Jeffrey, Ron Aldrich, Gary Kramer. FIRST ROW: Bill Krantsz, Bob Morton, Lonnie Duke, Homer Fogarsi, Tom Wojtalik, Ray Sylvester. f LEFT SIDE, FRONT TO BACK: David Muska, Marilyn Ruppert, Joe Wark, Eugene Lyman. MIDDLE ROW: Annette Causley, David Thompson, Alice Bradley, Tom Valentine. BACK ROW: Mac Downing, Mary Kay Biles Betty Morrell George Rieck LEFT SIDE FRONT TO BACK Lynn Rumble 1111 I-loughteling Jim Bell Dennis l-Iernzman MIDDLE ROW John Toth Norman Cosens Sandra Whalen Lyle Higgins BACK ROW Janice Thompson Phyllis Turner John Nellett STANDING Mr Leonard 824525 nhkihnw-my 59539,- W' In X' sl y I f M 1 8 ...IB s B Csn sr4 C B ,,, on, I ssyr r L B. fZQ::1a5as.1- --,- I , Q gg LEFT TO RIGHT Conn1e Sharko Joyce Fraser Mr LaHa1e Bob Rayl BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Bonnre Drckmson Sam Kruchkow Noreen Jeffrey FRONT ROW Fern Rumble Barbara Czowskl BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Joyce Partlo Sharon Steele Judy Eur1ch FRONT ROW Bob Wrllett A1v1n Johnson BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Carol Ruppal Gall Tob1as Nancy Norrmgton FRONT ROW J1m Ma cFarIane Larry Beach BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Mary Lou Black Bonnre Sharko Barbara Becker FRONT ROW Bob Klng Buddy Roberts BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Sharon Gordon Joanna Robrnson Maeona Kramer FRONT ROW Pamela Cramer Darrel Osbourn I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 o I , n , , P ' if 3 . f,.n'1,, iw: ...M .- 1 2 1 1 1 1 , n 1 1 1 I , 1 , . 5 . I 1 1 I 1 , Z 1 1 ' Z 1 1 0 I . , 1 Etqhth Qnade BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Douglas Keyser Lester Stern Larry Aldrrch Roger Hall Wayne Brrggs Archre Naert Kerth Prrestley Rrchard Nellett Rrchard Ruppert THIRD ROW Mr Ingersoll Drana Grlbert Ken Roland Judy Whalen Darrel Wark Janet Krantsz Judy Prxestley Larry Campbell Jackre Houghtelrng Gary Cramer Bernre Hebert Janet Ruppal SECOND ROW Betty Klart Jean Wark Lrnda Starkey Janet Frscher Kathleen Sylvester Irene Thompson Marrlyn Morell Judy Thompson FRONT ROW Eddre Fogarsr Pete Olvera Ronnre Volk Charles Thompson Dennrs Roberts Jrm Krng Seventh Qnade -nn... FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Drck Turner Ronnre Harrrngton John Rholfs Harry Reese Douglas Jackson Carmen Cramer SECOND ROW Dlck Duke Joe Carmona Sharon Ruppal Sherr1l1G1lDert Sher y Wescoar Larry Pelton THIRD ROW Norman Shephard Freddre Horner Tom Starkey Glorra Lewrs Sharon R111 Bob Russert FOURTH ROW Eldon Brlls Tom Eurrch Sharon F1nn Nancy Sharon Frances Carmona Hattre Reese FIFTH ROW Ruth Nellett Norma Jean Ryan Patty Hovey Carol Sharp Jean Sylvester Raumond Stern STANDING Mrs Achenoach Naom1Wark Mrs Krauss O 1 1 1-, 11 , ,, ew. Ai, ,F N ,, .W W 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 2 1 l I I I Q ' C 1 1 1 1 1 v --...... 1. M 51 ,1-4-1 ll v 11 I un- 4 m I 1 D Q- 1 , ,,, - ,1 1 ' ,, , 1,1 4 1 I 1 , , 3 ' I I l g ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 l' ' I ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , , , , v ' 3 1 1 , Y . . . , 1 1 , 1 . . C , , , , GRADES XG Sixth Cjnade f C OOL 45-R9 IICH Cl on nv: FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Sandy Stern Curus Thompson Andy Carmona Patsy Wark Tony Zarazrra Arlene Schlosser Donald Bell Ianet Densrnoore SECOND ROW Glorra Scharrch Margaret F1nn Ill'l'I Volk Duane Partlo John Stewart Ronnle Klart Mrke Streeter Fred Ruppert Dean Heartwell Jun Ruppert THIRD ROW Drane Causley jean Dewald May? re Hurzar Drxre lee Van Petten Sandra Smrth Judy Edwards Andrea Hernandez Kaye Dowmng ABSENT V1ctor Wrse Patrrcra Keyser '3zl5th Qnade -gs 'sn 4-,A .1- jf FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Judy Achenbach Marx I az Merlene Warlf Janet Drclason Lrnda Stern Cynth1aOberte1r1 Carol Duke Ann Nellet Shrrley Sharp Jud Downrn SECOIND ROW Ronald Russert Pattr Brles Donald Stewart Floyd Brlls Naney Nlaert Charolette Turner Drane Bug s Jackre Grlbert THIRD ROV johnW1ergowslt1 Davrd Olyera Lynn Warn Gary Prlestlex Alan Bell Lenny Hernzrnan Ralph Ruppert Glen Sylvester Edward Thompson Gary I-Iarrrnr ton ,IxmNaert Lee Gordon M1keEurreh Justo Zarazua Sandra Broxles Arlene Thompson kathy Morton ABSEINT Gerald Qosens Janre Meek Srmon Reese 'I 1 ' N , - ' ,r .f , . 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SECOND ROW Gene Marker, Gary Partlo, Terry Coyle, Elame Osbourn, Lmda Broyles, Chrrstena Campbell, Cathy Van Petten, Dennrs Keyser, Kenneth McDonald. FIRST ROW Drane Russell, Helen Ingersoll, Betty Wark, Mrchele Kosa, Mary Ann Thompson, Bobby Partlo. TABLE AT RIGHT Mxnnre Hernandez, Robert Hendrrckson, Sherry Korff, Dennxs Vollmar. Judy Wescoat, Kenneth Proctor ABSENT Mary Keyser, Nancy Bublrtz, Eddy Bunk, Vrrgmra Perceful. 13 , -.,.-, Q 3 p Q .. , I ' v , 'lfift ? ' . 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X f L M 2 ' V f : an M-if' 1? I vw, v x :bfi 'I . 71: . K 'f rw? if 35' XX ' . N 7"v-if if XX . ' X7f'k'f1-rx' V i X'55'v13h"' I' 9 I .. ,, m , ..9s . 9 xxxu ' f Y. " 'r A. L '. iw. , I I L I x '3ootball 'Jeam 5 4,1 .gs Q? Y f I NT, P l 5.3-we fr A N BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Clarence Pelton, Dennis Thompson, Tom Valentine, Bob Bach, Ron Aldrich, Coach John Bradley, Bill Krantsz, Max Sherman, Paul Dowling, Jerry Jeffrey, Dick Partlo, Manager Bud Roberts. FRONT ROW: David Muska, Sam Kruchkow, Bob King, Homer Fogarsi, Ray Sylvester, Norman Cosens, David DeMetrick, Nelson Lewis. rin. Akron vs. Peck- This was the first game of a great season for the Akron Jets, and it was the first defeat for Peck in the last T5 games. Carsonville's journey was victorious for them on the field, but through the in- eligibility of one of their players the game was later forfeited to Akron. The first Saturday afternoon game of the Jets history was an easy victory for Akron. The fourth game of the season again showed Akron in the winning column. The final game of the year was a night game played at Unionville with Owendale. On the run back of the opening kickoff our leading scorer Max Sherman was injured and had to watch his team mates take a tough game by the score of I4 to 7. The Jets had a perfect 5 win no loss record. This was the first Akron football team taking the Little Seven Championship. Pick-I2-6. CQf5QnViIle124-20. Kingsfon-21-O. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marion lNlL1Sk8, Reese--25-7. Qwendgle-I4-7. Noreen jeffrey. SECOND ROW: Carol Volk, Annette Causley. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Dickinson, Sandra Nhalen. 15 Baaleetball 'Team BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Jerry Jeffrey Clarence Pelton Ron Aldrlch B111 Krantsz Coach John Bradley Max Sherman Bob Bach Sam Kruchkow Clayton Turner FRONT ROW Bob Kmg Denms Thompson Paul Dowllng Bud Roberts Cheenleaclena LEFT TO RIGHT Carol Volk Sandra Whalen Annette Causley Marlon Muska The Jets started off a slow second by bemg downed by Bay Port, Peck, and Kmde, but then stormed back to beat Carsonvllle an a close game In the Bay Port tournaments Akron won thelr games wnth Port Hope and Port Austm Then an the thrrd and final game Akron lost a hard fought game with Bay Port, who won the tournaments After bemg defeated by Kingston, we stormed back and beat Reese with an easy victory Then with the Akron team gomg unto a slump we lost the remaunmg games and wound up In 5th place ID the Little Seven League Akron drew the league champnons fOwendalel for the first game of the tournaments and lost a hard fought game to them ' 1 Q 'il , 'Inach 'Team FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Dennis Thompson Jim Bell Duane Robinson David Thompson Ray Sylvester Lonnie Duke BACK ROW: Ronnie Aldrich Dick Partlo Gary Kramer Sam Kruchkow Tom Valentine Clayton Turner Paul Dowling Bob Bach Coach John Bradley. NOT PICTURED: Max Sherman Our 1957 track team, one of the most powerful rn Akron s hlstory, ran over all the opponents an the Lattle Seven Conference The Conference Track Meet, held at Unronvnlle, saw Akron wun l0 of the l3 events New school and league records were set by Denms Thompson, by making a splendid lump of 9 8 ln the Pole Vault Event He also took frrst an the l20 hugh hurdles, and tred wrth hrs team mate, Tom Valentme, In the low hurdles Ron Aldrnch by runmng the 100 yard dash an I0 2 seconds, and the 220 yard dash rn 22 4 seconds He also placed 4th an the broad lump Clayton Turner, last year s 440 State Champron, by runmng that race ln 56 4 seconds, and wrnmng the broadlump wrth I9 ll l 4 He also placed second an the hlghlump The other fnrst place wmners were Max Sherman, shot put, Bob Bach, tue for flrst In the 880 and Paul Dowlung the mule The wmmng 880 relay team was Ron Aldrrch, Duck Partlo, Tom Valentme, and Clayton Turner Akron totaled 77 l 2 pomts, whsle second place Owendale earned only 37 pomts Our entrre team went to the regnonals, and Tom Valentme, Denms Thompson, and Ron Aldrlch competed rn the State Meet 17 1 Q, 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q Q I Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 'HQ Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q I Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q H Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q I Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Baseball 'Jeam FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Ray Sylvester Nelson Lew1s Max Sherman Ronnre Aldnch D1ck Partlo Jrm Bell BACK ROW Gary Kramer Clayton Turner Denms Thompson Paul Dowlmg Coach John Bradley Bob Bach Sam Kruchkow Tom Valenune Jerry Jeffrey The T957 baseball team provnded many thrills during the sprung season, even though tney galned only a 2 4 record The games that provrded the most thrllls were the 6 2 vrctory over Falrgrove and the game with Peck that the spectators thought would never end, whlch fmally ended rn a l2th rnnlng victory for our opponents That game was a pitcher s duel between Max Sherman, who allowed one hut and struck out twenty one batters, and All State Dwcune Blott, who struck out thlrty men and allowed only two huts In Akron s 3 7 wan over Owendale, Gary Kramer prtcher a one hntter, and showed great signs for the future Akron had hoped to take the All Sports Trophy but when they were upset by Reese, the trophy ended up at Owendale The best battlng averages were made by Max Sherman and Bob Bach Max, a sensor, earned a 474, and Bob, a lunlor, earned a 333 The followmg boys won letters for baseball, Max Sherman, Paul Dowling, Dennts Thompson, Clayton Turner, Ron Aldrlch, Bob Bach Nelson Lewls, Gary Kramer, Gerald Jeffrey Clarence Pelton, and Ray Sylvester 18 V . 2 . '. , . .,. v. U z , I . l .9 1 y I .I ' 0 Q I 0 I . . . -. o on 1 K n I . 3 1 I O ' 0 . ' I I 10 . . ' I . . . . .. . . . 1 , . flu 'Hzqh Baahetball 'Jeam BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Douglas Jackson Marun Damm Tom Eurrch Wayne Brrggs Ketth Prrestley Larry Campbell Coach John Bradley Archre Naert Roger Hall Rrchard Nellett Larry Aldrrch Eldon B1l1s SECOND ROW Ronn1e Harrrngton Ronn1e Volk D1ck Turner Dennrs Roberts Rrchard Ruppert Lester Stern Darrel Wark Gary Cramer Tommy Starkey Ken Roland Joe Carmona Donme Bell Robert Russett FRONT ROW John Rholfs Drck Duke Carmen Cramer Fred Homer Eddre Fogarsr Jrmmy Krug Pete Olvera 8th Qnade LEFT TO RIGHT Janet Frscher Judy Whalen Judy Ruppert Judy Prrestley Cheenleaclena 7th Qnade LEFT TO RIGHT Jean Sylvester Sharon R111 Karen Caufsley Sharon Fmn Sharon Ruppal 19 O O Norman Shephard, Bernie Hebert, Raymond Stein. X 1 f' 5 5 1 ' A L J F Q ' it -1 - - ' - fr, 3 9? '91 N ?,f W aww O ' M Qi Lf M25 49' 4 ACTIVITIES N If 1 1 Student Council STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT Pete Olvera Sharon Finn Beatrice Samson Carol Volk Janet Ruppal Alvin Johnson Fern Rumble Tom Eurich 11m Bell Rose Sharon SEATED ARE OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT Sandra Whalen Treasurer Ron Aldrich Vlce Presuclent John Bradley Sponsor Max Sherman President Rosemary Kung Secretary '3onenarca C2 STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Maeona Kramer, Rosemary King, Clayton Turner, Dennis Thompson, Ron Aldrich, Marilyn Ruppert, Fern Rumble. SEATED: Nancy Norrington, Beatrice Samson, Sponsor Mrs. Krauss, Annette Causley, Alice Bradley. 2'I -I Annual Stafgt 7 i STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lorraine Childs, Paul Dowling, Rosemary King, Sylvia Muska, Dennis Thompson, Sharon Brink, Clayton Turner, Beverly Roberts, Joe Ann Wark. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Beatrice Samson and Mary Dickson. Dniuen 'Jnaininq ,yfrf ., . , I , 4 - .1 ,d J A , I I - ,, f . f-11 if ' ' r' A, ffmf "' tg, 'J LEFT TO RIGHT: Instructor W.C. Leanord, David Muska in car, Betty Morell, and Lynn Rumble. 22 Office Practice 1--.QF Q ll N " 'f-f 'J tb , J flia 1 TYPMQ Government O fr. n e v4c.m,m-3- fm Homemczkmg 23 Shop Cjlee Club CSS Ur-gg 1-.4!1!t'SrS'-Q1 ln f Wlalonettea STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Starkey arion lx uska an ose aron. FRONT: Judy P 1te IH . 24 Band f EE 4 f x 25 An! -ll.. Lin! ' J"'f'v Qi? Caat Sn. Plaq Act Mow: rqqe if 49 fl M H, " gg X Q , ' Cant 4 Q, I 'I HD H-M"'1m "'l?ff"'ff " ' 3 WW 2, KKRxii"j'Ynuw- 5 ?1i,, 5,5 fifi L fdfgfi Qi. A nandma Beat eau" I xxdf , 4 rf I ' 'X fd I P' ff Q1 , , L V jl 0,0 4'-'Q-,.,. ....- " ,va 6 114 Charrty Uhl Eff1e Volk Marlon Sellers Illg sg-Q My Juqkiau, Loretta Obboum Mary Dlckson Beatnce Samson 'Q fi A Helen Turner Maynard Turner Arlene Ruppal 28 1 1 , . v C Snafzahota lvl' ,, W ,GQ 45' xW fi ff? 9 , if ff gf' ' S ,I 1, .- ff ' -me 4 , 2 f ,A 7 52 f , . , ,Q-f. . ',j,.hX, , M694 Q' 1 ig in Ah L-:1 9 X I . -YU:-A gf Ma Qgk.. an-A 1 Qu.-Sn. Pnom 6 Banquet may 17, 1957 , ev. If jf NE-5 2 3 1 lla. xv x x X thx' Baccalauneate ii R3 ' f 51 " if, . GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Irene Thompson, Diana Gilbert, Janet Ruppal, Janet Fischer, Betty Klatt, Jean Wark Marilyn Morell, Kathleen Sylvester, Alice Bradley. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Sharko, Sharon Gordon, Jannet Kranstz, Gail Tobias, Bonnie Dickinson, Betty Morell, Judy Priestley, Judy Ruppert, Maeona Kramer. THIRD ROW: Linda Starkey, Judy Whalen, Donna Willett, Judy Enrich, Nancy Norrington, Sharon Steele, Nancy Biles, Mary Lou Black Connie Sharko, Mrs. Krauss. 31 an 1 Wlaq 29 l957 N I' . ea , 5- ' rr- s ' I I 5 Q vm ffm!! I 957 Claaa Wall Loretta Osbourn walls her abalaty to work physacs problems to Tom Woltalak Lorraane Childs walls her secret daet to whach ever underclassman needs at most Dennas Thompson walls has abalaty to hold has temper to Ron Aldrach, who we hope, wall use thas gaft an future years Douglas Hall bequeaths has good tames to Janace Ruppal, but he wants to keep the memoraes for hamself Davad DeMetrack wall gave has laziness to Tom Valentane, at Tom can do as well wath thas talent as Davad has Joe Ann Wark walls her guade book of alabas and excuses to Larry Work to use an has remaanang years an school Sharley Morell walls her seat an the draver traanang car and her chaar an class to Bonnie Dackanson af she can stay awake that long Sharon Brank leaves her natural colored haar to Janet Rayl, by the way garls, whach of you has h natural haar'9 Phyllas Sharko bequeaths her abalaty to cook and keep house to Maraon Muska Shall we send you a lesson book, Maraon'7 Beverly Roberts walls her talent on the claranet to Keath Preastley, who we ve heard has gotten a ong quate well without thas gift Max Sherman walls has athletac skall to John Nellet, so that he can wan a football trophy for us next year Clayton Turner walls to Ball Krcanstz has wannang ways at track meets Paul Dowling leaves to Bob Bach has method of stayang unanvolved romantacally but does Bob really need at Mary Lou Lyman walls her hot rod DeSoto to Lynn Rumble Lynn, do you have a palot s lacense'9 Ruth Meyer walls her nursing career to Jeanne Maurach We II keep our fingers crossed Jeanne an hopes that there as a Doctor around at all tames to keep you an good health Beatrace Samson walls her abalaty to get along with the teachers to Nancy Norrangton, because atrice will not need this gift after tonight. Mary Dickson leaves her sewing skill to Barb Bradley. Don't worry Mary, we think you'll have plenty of practice before too long. O Rosemary King donates her quietness and good citizenship to George Rieck. t e ' . . . . . , X U 4 u 0 . . . . . . i . . , . . . , . ' I I Be 'mix Loretta I hear you are a Sergeant in the Women's Marines You always were good at giving orders How LUN K Q does nt feel to have them obeyed -' 'X Q5 Nl Mary Lou L Well, it is a change from the old school days You sure surprised me, I never thought you d be a f recording artist I can hardly believe it Over IO0 of Q1 your recordings made the top Why you re better than KJQHQOEICK Elvis Presley was Joe Ann Joe Ann Wark didn t do so badly either, she s finally gained some weight and is now a model on Queen For A Day in Hollywood Kg- Beatruce Beatrice Samson came to see me about 6 or 7 nths ago When she went to college for an education and ended up finding a Dr for a husband They are doing nicely wlth there 3 boys and 4 gurls Paul Paul Dowling was up here on vacation last summer ,,f,.., He is the sheriff of Rustlers End County in Texas and of course, is making lots of friends yllls Phyllus Sharko went to college, but returned to her home town She says she is very fond of her present position as the Government teacher at Akron Community School Sharon I heard rumors that Sharon Brink will try for the United State Presidency in T968 You knew, of course that she is now governor of New Jersey Shirley Shirley Morell has her own televnsuon program, which has replaced The Arthur Murray Party Her husband and partner is that famous dancer Mark Payne Dennis Dennis Thompson s symphony orchestra recently gave a concert at the Community Hall They usually do not perform in such towns but, I thank Dennis really wanted to show his old friends how famous he has become Lorraine I was shopping In Bay Cnty a while back and bumped into Lorraine Childs In one of the stores She s still single but she hasn t given up yet She works In some hospital in Detroit David Did you read the newspaper article telling about David DeMetrnck buying another restaurant In New York? It seems that thus makes the 35th restaurant he has bought since i957 Rosemary Our Rosemary Kung ns quite famous now She lust won an academy award for her per formance In Blood and Tears Sal Mineo, of course, IS husband number fave but she tells reporters that she may try again Clayton I met Clayton Turner the other day in Falrgrove he s now a missionary He and Mary lton were married a couple of years ago and they had gust returned from lndla Beverly Life Magazine had quite an article about Beverly Roberts recently She has won fame a he only woman commercial airline pilot an the United States Continued on page 37 EQ, . . T . 1 if ,f .. 'N ,. -5 -+4 - - I --. ' I. ' I X ll' . - mo --. ' g . Ph .n . 0 . Wa u ' 'I ' .- st -- s o o 0 e 0 . . flleuon School Boancl gi-H' STANDING Rlchard Campbell W11bur Campbell SEATED Stanley Volk Fred Bach Wayne Harrmgton Secuetanq Dorothy Muys Class Prophecy continued Mary I recieved a letter from Mary Dickson a month or so ago, she is now living in Canada and has l0 children. She, of course, ended up marrying Wayne Davison and they are getting along finel Douglas- Douglas Hill and Rose Sharon finally got engaged, he is still working at the fishery so he had to borrow the money from the bank to get the ring as he got it in the winter time and Fishing is slow at that time of year. Ruth The medical profession is very proud of Dr. Ruth Meyer. She became so interested in her nursing course, that she went on through medical school, and is now one of our top most brain surgeons. Max Max Sherman is now editor of the New York Times. But he hated to leave his old Akron paper route, so now he has his own corner newsstand in front of the Hotel New Yorker. 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CITY DAIRY PRODUCTS Cosh 8 Carry Prlces Fountom Servnce Light Lunches We Carry A Complete Lune Glfts Jewelry Pncmc Supplres SERVERANCE FARM SERVICE EUIOY Our Lunches Akron Mlchngclnl GB? -W SUSIE AND WILFRED Fmest an Petroleum CHURCHILL Products Phone My l296I Akron Mlchngon Mehvo s Country Lanes Bowlmg Alleys A Great Place to Spend Your Spore Tame 8. Eat a Snack BEST OF LUCK FOR THE FUTURE TO A WONDERFUL CLASS AGDANGWSKI STUDIO Bc1yCnty Mlchngon Congrofulohons Congrofulohons rOm Akron From Your STEWART S MARKET FRIENDLY FORD CAR 81 TRUCK DEALER grocernes meats sporfrng goods Poul Cochron Ford Soles Pure O11 Products Phone Or 4 8711 Akron Mlchlgon Ph My 1 321 Unionville Mlchugon Best Wishes E A HEINZMAN from Orocernes Mobrlgos AKRON POST OFFICE Akron Mrclmgcm Ouomcossee Mlchngon f --- -.-4 . E I AKRON HARDWARE Stanley 8. 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A I J of 1. 5 in CROSS TYPEWRITER SERVICE Thomas Cross Mark J McOull1s 82 W Genesee St. Saginaw Mlchugan Sales Servrce Rentals Offlce Machnnes PYRAMID PAPER CO 3530 W. Fifth Avenue Chicago lllnnols Serving Schools Colleges 81 Commercral Trade Your Host nn NEW YORK CITY 8. WASHINGTON D C Vern Combee Senrorama Tours Complrments c truend GRANT GROCER T900 N Michigan Ave Sagnnaw Michigan Your Josten Class Rung Your First Flne Jewelry You Wlll Cherish at the Longest J OS TE NS TS97 Our 60th Annnversary l957 Representatuve C F Hanselmann Box 2l2 Mt Pleasant Mlchagan Compl :ments RAYMONDR COOK M D Akron Mnchugan PARTLO BROS Contractors Akron Michigan P ones My l 472l M l L07 Compl :ments Pl'lll.A CRAMER S BEAUTY SHOP Phone My l 44.4l I . I . . I . I ' I ' I I ll ' r w ' ll D. Il ' ll 0 I T T of . , . . D i I . . 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