Algonac High School - Algonquin Yearbook (Algonac, MI)
- Class of 1951
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First Rowzq Lisbeth Douglas, Earl Gonyaw, Barbara Stark, Fred Genaw, Sue
Ann Deibler, Gerrie Starek, Elizabeth Avers. Second Row: Dick Hartung,
Ronnie Holder, Lorraine Cunningham, Agnes Korpak, Marion McKean, Charlene
Busuttil, Barbara Heyza, Ann Kane. Third Row: Sue Roe, Miss Slepicka,
Now that we are so near to stepping into the world we realize that
many, many happy hours have been spent during our school days and although
we are loath to leave, we feel that new adventure awaits us. Tb help us
remember and cherish our High School days, we have prepared this 1951
we hope it will help you to bring back some past happiness and
remembrances as it will for us. We extend to you, one and all, our best
wishes for your good luck and happiness in any undertaking that you may
lhe Senior Class of 1951
H9039 3911001 840 Students Enrolled In Public School
ac High School opened
a record enrollment of 840
467 students are in the
six grades, while 373 are in the
'six grades. This year for the
time students from Harsen's
.id and Pointe Tremble 8th
being taught in Algo-
Cay Cartwright, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Shirley Dahl, Central Michigan,
Judy Duncan, Antioch, Yellow-
Charles Eckfield, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Charles Gilbert, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Merritt Goetz, Port Huron Jun-
lved from ,om added to the ior College, Port Huron.
Ent of it possible to put PhllllS Hilgendorf, D!-!fI'0lt
gonac High fu11 day schedules Comptometer School, Detroit.
oved as a member of the the eoopera- Roland Johnson, University of
m Secondary T1-emble Board of Michigan, Ann Arbor. .
,I-eement, Under this attending A1- Barbara Lang, Detroit Comp-
mt any graduate of a Haven are able tometer School, Detroit..
wol will be buses to Algo- Karen Gobeille, Detroit Comp-
uege without te depend trometer School, Detroit,
ti0nS-p,.oViding the Richard Molinaro, Central
the student is high enough to TWO buses
:eive a recommendation from fo
gh school officials. nhl? cg'
Qualification for membershiplfmture 6 N "
the Agreement is judged by aH8S 11015 Shipment 1'
ite committee and based upon the P1'0m1Sed E7 Q
2 extent to which a high schoolweek- 2 l
rries on constructive and effi-le new F .J Q ,'
-nt activities in the followinglc, fl dy Q-4
aas: 1 15 '
a. A well organized system Students and ,
follow up of former studs-nts.34'Z, ENTER COLLEGE ' ,
so doing, the high school iS'Zi of the 1950 graduating class
le to improve by taking into continue their education this
nsideration the experience oil A1gonac's record for col-
aduates and drop outs, who attendance is far above the
ve gone on to college or intoage of the high schools of
ne occupation. state, We are doubly proud
2. An orientation program foiihe fact that nearly 100'Zv of
new students entering thepupils who enter colleges or
iool' each year. ial schools satisfactorily com-
:. A continuing curriculume the courses which they start.
ldy.program, under which theembers of last years graduat-
irses of instruction are con-class and other students to en
ntly being reviewed for im-college for the first time are:
Jvement of addition thereto. nb Baker, University of Mich
l. A counseling and guidance., Ann Arbor,
'vice. Stuents in Algona I
gh School are fortunate in hav? S h I
g three qualified counselors ty u c
iom they are free to go fo
aistance with any of their pr0blT0
ns. The counselors are Mr.
:k G t ' , M' E1
lootball practice will begin on
nday August 28. Uniforms will'
handed out by Coach Pippel
9:00 A. M. Saturday August
Algonac opens the season on
d-ay September 15 with Cros-
- -and Tuesday August 28 and
Algonac Public Schools WJAAH new students are urged
opens its 1950
at Croswell Fri-
8:00 p. m. when
a veteran from last
year which e gunning
to stop winning
girls who go half day
last year. S
Jf Mount the
Florence Smith, fifth
William Sampson of
Zity, fourth grade and athletic:
ind Mr. Glen Potter of Chesaning
Shop and- Jr. High.
Registration of new
will take place daily for 9:00-
l2:0O and 1:00-3:00 on
Michigan College, Mt. Plea
Dick Rex, Staunton Mil
Academy, Staunton, Virgini
Delphine Rzeppa, Ce
Michigan College, Mt. Pleas:
Beverley Smith, Micl
State College, East Lansing
Ellen Smith, Central Micl
College, Mt. Pleasant,
William Soboleski, Unive
of Detroit, Detroit,
Wilfred Stephenson, Ur
sity of Detroit, Detroit.
I MEMORIAL DONATED
The Algonac High School
presented with an unusual
useful gift by Mrs. Allan D.
Nichol. The complete sl
drawing instruments and ei
ment used by the late Alla
McNichol, Marine architect
engineer was a gift to the
School Drafting Students
Memorial and to be used
deserving student intereste
engineering or agricuI
This set of instruments wi
known at school as the MCN
Memorial. The student sel
,each year will be known az
McNichol student, He wil
selected by his over all perl
ance and special aptitudes ii
field of drafting. This year l
ard Hartung, son of Mr. and
Norman Hartung of Algonac
be known as the McNichol
The school administration
teachers join in their thanl
1VI.rs. McNichol for this pres
tion. These gifts are alway
preciated by them and the
dents as well as serving to
petuate the memory of a
fine citizen of Algonac and ff
Hurt, Barbara Rou
Stark, Geraldine Sta
' tember ' - ' - '
, F' ,Oven OH Tuesday Sep :ome during this registration
ilslgfgglsagn ?1fgSZ,v5g.s scgsduge at 8:25. The new addition is nea period so that they will have A's and'
in Class "B". Physical Ex- ly c0mP19ted and' will be readplenty Of time to Plan thellganglf Saleen
inations for all football boys for the opening of school. Thschedule for this Year and futufestareki '
1 be iven on Saturday Aug- gives every child the advantagfvears.
26 Et 9:00. Every boy out of good modern lighting, Tl The student council will OperRi?laarf3V91'H8e CE
football should be present for whole building has been thorouglate the book stor this year thistreety
nhvsicallat this time ly cleaned. A number of tl, as in the east The storesmith,
Iveryone in chorus seems to be rooms have been painted in passaigebe O en Ilhe- stage fron mth
Y'haPPy because of the new el colors to make a more cheerf 'YI .0 P gn 1,00 3,00 dau Lnuige
sic that Mr.Appelman brought. ,atmosphere for study. 9.00-ll. 0 ag - - .t 28 thr? Am and Es
ntry Stylel, is the name of the V starting Mon ay Auglls Marion Moody
ju d hen it is finished and NS and B'St Arlene Denzler,5ePfembe1'1- .
ee an W - ned out like Duncan, Barbara Herschel- B Average: Jeanine Busi
of the bad parts are rp - - ian. All students. are urged '50 se David Colling, Elane, Gu
. n to wonder
Board of Education
Mr. Roy T. Gilbert
Dr. Clark Harson
Mrs. C. IeRoy Clark
mf. Leigh Merrill Dr. Walter H. Bvughner
High School Music
Secretary to the
Library and English
Helen Cole R.N.
Secretary to Principal
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1 William Sampson
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Social Studies and
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llalllllg Class Algonac Hlgh School' of J HOP
iglz 'School Chatter iThm'S"-lan'13
Q One of the biggest events
ilwhole school year is a1mos1
The J-Hop, January 18, vw
pressions on their faces. Probablyign the High School gymnasi
uiz By Allene Highstreet
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S5001 In A gm? Well, here we are again, back
'Miss in the old swing of school, J
r the most
as won by John
:sembly was sponsored by
:udent Council of which
leanore Jablinski is
ere was an all-high dance last
in the school gymnasium.
all reports, it seems as
everyone had a swell time.
was pleasantly surpris-
see Nancy Pekuri upon the
playing with Mr. Apple-
coming Friday is Algonac
s first football game. We
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ist. Presented a musical program i The former date set for 1
, . had a continuous win 1
.ommlttees for time years. The
On November 17 at 7:30 in Y: - . e
. . . faces roaming alls,
'enmg there is going to bf-21A H.
Jnderful Carnival sponsored fth'at came
e Senior Class. and other
There are many, ' many cothem are
lttees to make this a succe..-,,.
d keep you entertained with
e 22 wonderful booths.
The co-chairmans are Lisbeth
yuglas and ChllCk Whltf0rd.
.rl Gonyaw is the advertising
airman and Barbara
d Carol Miller have Telegrarns.,5C1-1001 pupils'
n DeBoyer. has charge of Ring: The Varied programs
in a special
Tuesday in Algonac High School
Auditorium at a student assem-.
.Mn Sjobrian played light das- for the same night. New
sical and popular music and E1 .
ysipoke informally on both types. ame either 3 dab' ahead of
wondering what room they go tol Thll year the -T-HOP, P'-If
next for their arithmetic class. hhe Class of '52, W111 be th
Last Sunday was the last ofm yeafrs- All of we dlf
the boat races. There was 3 large, Committees are Working on
crowd of people to see the drivers lobs. S0 that lf wlll be 3 V97
speedinng theiir boats around the l'-W able GVEUUXBL f'-li' eVefY0
course. NOW We have something! The decoration comrmtte
to look forward to next summei-:Deen ,doing 3 splenfild 3
Many more high school. studenisglflglgfmffe ,iecogtlogfitg
are planning on building their fheme .Harbor Lights.,
shop class this year. More The entertainment comi
ion and kidito yell for ,mas a floor show ready con:
Grederic Sjobiarn, concert pian- evening a very outstanding
bf local talent and out of
talent so as to make the
Hop was January 19 but
was a basketball game sche
ore would not agree to haw
so we had to change the da
ll- our J-Hop. It will be Jax
218 in the high school gymna
A S The tickets are 31.00 st1
hand any junior is sellin
lg C You will spend a wondergul
By Aneniours dancing to the music c
Seorge Applemans dance
W8S by George
a Glothesping. Barbara Heyza, Th k ' ' hymns' Glee
e Dart Throwg Lorraine Cun-
igham. Over 12 Wins! SUSHI1
zewski. Cotton Candy and
anda Beal the Novelty Booth.
izabeth Avers is Refreshment
airmang Ed. Rzeppa the Basket-
ll Throwg Alice Bradshaw the
tching Penniesg Joe Malinskik
2 Baseball Throwg Pat Lucal the,
,eck Roomg Bob Hurt the Mar-.
ge Booth, and Charlene Bu-
ztill the Fortune Teller. Bil
rry has charge of Boxing
ne Herschelman, Picturesg
:kie LaForge the Cake Walk:
2 Spook House, Gerry Starekg
nvies, Wes Bilandg Fish Pond,
irion McKoang Popcorn, Ed.
mpbell and the Talent Show,
Phe. main announcer is our,
esident, Fred Genaw and fo
a dance after the Carnival, Ed,
4' ul' ' ..1 fu.: - -5.31-' 'Mr'
nior Carnival. November
s decided upon in the Senio
SS home room a few weekst
1- ' Anyone interested in per-g
ming for the Carnival is asked'
vet in touch with either Lu
Jn or Gretchen Bell,
lid you notice all of the Senior
as 'in their Sunday suits and
if an sgiving
a barbershop quartet,
George Appelman was
contributions ,to ther-Starrn Com-
Last week the high schoolPat
boys participating in annuai b0atlBHfbafa
building classes in the School
Shop received a very welcome
and much appreciated gift from no
the Boydell Paint Company ofable sports editor,
Detroit. Through the courtesy ofA101, of C1-edit Should
their local dealer, the Gunnissart editors too. They
Hardware Store, the boys were Ames and Earl Gonya,
given twenty-five gallons Ofwheell' feditorj is
white undercoat, finish white, and her assistants
hull green and Ted bottom paint-'AnnPock1iiigtonand
watching the floor
time n you attend the J -Hop,
Kerr, Sapary 18, from 8 to 12 o'cloc
virgin jf ia. Lsefvigfqmal - delle
Forge Cronce, J eannii :eived from B111 Creamer- 1
Genaw BL111950 Ford Tudor to be used ir
the course in I
and Training 1
Malwas started last year.
year 66 p
The program for high s
consists of 40 I
discussion and 9 I
behind the wheel instru
road work is divided ov
All of which will be used to corn- street. This is the area-
pletely finish in first class man-lwjth the
ner the eighteen tilit b t
U y 03 S and-and they are doing a
h-ydroplaneslnow under construe-5 The dance after Algoiiacs viwork has
751011 iu their Sh0P- Gifts SUCh'torious game was a huge succefsince the
as these and many others haveThe band Setup was very Clevfbne 6w
made th? 10021 Shop PPOSFHIU an'Mr. Appelman, Gene Mancpeople so
Outstanding SUCCQSS- ReC0gI1iti0I1 Larry Schram, and Mr. Amried on in a
for achlevement In Shop W01'k inilooked very comfortable arou1vEach
Algouac has been given bythe ariificiai fire place. The coiiof
schools from states all over the
Qreally came in handy for oncewhich a
courtry Almost diail 1 tt
are received askin e eel Were you at the St. Stephenstials Of
g ques 1ons and tl
permission. to WSH- Qlioznai: football game during tlas se UP
t ll t th
As the gift paint was sent to the ai you Weren ' you rea A e
School Shop Mr Gurmis Wah missed something, Harold Stagegroup is in the process of fc
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. . - tion. The fee is S10. If i
behind such a program and any.9Uf DfuHxMHJ01gPut Qffffwolide -
any other special article oflithing further he Could do to hP,P.m....-..............,.i......fmm.......a.f..........ested, call the Supermtenr
hing? Last Tuesday and4IWOLlld be done for the askinghx, I, pl g 7 t zomfcfice, at the hlgh School'
S11'1S In their party dresses
Ellzabeth Avers Millard Avers
'What9H NI don't know
Y Teens Band
Honor Soclety Track
Wanda Beal Thomas Belndlt
'I don't know ' NI don't know '
Sec Student Councll Shop
lloh Crum. ll
UAW! You're nuts.n
Pres. Junior Glass
Hans Christians en
HDo you mean it?n
library Science Club
Lorraine Cunningham James DeBoyer
Sue Ann Deibler
WSon of a gun.U
Vice-Pres. Jr. Class
Uwell, la te da.N WDon't be naive.W
Honor Society Yearbook Staff
Y-Teens Paper Staff
Yearbook Staff Y-Teens
00h well, that's lifeNNJust don't know, da
Pres. Sr. Class
WHO ho, that's rich.W
Pres. Honor Society
UOh, m goshlu
nOh, you're nuts.W
NOh! My word.U
noh gees in
Pres. 8th Grade
King 7th-llth Grades
lloh, no fl
HGees, I don't knUw.N
UOh, for Peteis sake.H
NGood God Gertrude.W
HJust a second.n
Joe Joe, the Dog Face
NOh, you're crazy.N
NGee whiz, man.U
HThat's a dud.N
GI ID Al
UI didn't do it.n
nI'11 never te11.n
Treas. 10th Grade
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Vice-Pres. 10th Grade
NAWJ You're crazy.W
WI don't know.U
Pres. Student Council
HDrop deadn NHow can you tell
Editor Paper Staff
Sec. Senior Class
Pres. Latin Club
WS1ow down kid.n
Vice-Pres. Sr. Class
nI'll be darned.n
Library Science Club
NJust for kicks.H
Pres. Junior Class
Ronnie Holder, leave nw ability to get along with the teachers to David
Gretchen Bell, leave ny abiliiy to get along with Mr. Appelman to Pat
Agnes Korpak, leave nw patience in typing to Jack Moody.
Sally Hemenger, leave the craziest schemes I used to think up with Joan
Stringer to the innocent Freshmen.
Tom I-Iighstreet, leave my ability to look busy to Bob Ames.
Joan Stringer, leave my natural curly hair to Beverly Drouillard.
Yvonne Persyn, leave nw seat in all of Mr. 'lhompsonis classes to Louise
Marnie Strachan, leave nv ability to get my shorthand done on time to
Charlene Busuttil, leave ny ability to get along with people to Jim
Sydney Schaffer, leave my ability to get along with Miss Jablinski to
next year's Geometry class.
Alice Bradshaw Iutz, leave my ability to get married quickly to the
Sue Ann Deibler, leave my knowledge of Solid Geometry to "Hippy" High-
Wanda Beal, leave ny extra honor points to Gen'y Beatty.
Barbara Stark, leave nw quiet giggle to Nan Kaunitz.
Jim DeBoyer, leave nw ability to play football to Corky Korpak.
Don Pioch, leave my humor to Ellen Boughner.
Ralph LaParl, leave ny way with the girls to my brother Bud.
Bernard Woods, leave some of my hair to Mr. Greenstein.
Barbara Heyza., leave my place in Goverment to Nancy Pekuri.
Eugene Herschelman, leave nw chartreuse bow tie to Mr. Greenstein.
Geraldine Hastings, leave Mrs. Pippel peace and tranquillity.
Elizabeth Avers, leave nv quietness to Evelyn Humes.
Gerrie Starek, leave my shorthand and typing ability to Doris Mulder.
Virginia Gontarek, leave ny fuchsia socks to Will Rogers.
Joe Malinski, leave my place in Government to Bob Dandron.
Ann Vandenhemel, leave my straight hair to Teddy Meldrum.
Bernadine McLane, leave nw natural red hair to Donna Whitesell.
Connie McCrum, leave nw nickname of "Pinky" to Mr. Pippel.
Roland Highstreet, leave my speed in track to Phil Sullivan.
Carol Miller, leave my ability to make up excuses to get out of class
to Gretel Weber.
Pat Lucas, leave ny art ability to Gail Rogers.
Edward Campbell, leave my skill in Biology to 'Irueman Pippel.
Dick Hemenger, leave nv "rocket speed" to Tom Zinmmer.
Eunice Kerr, leave my big brown eyes to Corky Korpak.
Bob Peters, leave nw height to Wally "peanut" Haydet.
Inara Upite, leave nv ability to play the piano to all those who wish
Bob Hurt, leave my singing voice to Harold Stager.
Marion McKean, leave my ability to be quiet to Merril Cronce.
Lorraine Cunningham, leave ny ability to talk one solid hour without
stopping to Dick Hartung.
Ann Kane, leave nw place in Comptometer to the next lucky person.
Don Rondeau, leave nw tremendous weight to Fred Marsden.
Richard Smith, leave ny ability to loaf to Mr. 'Jhompson,
I, Bill Terry, leave Timmy Sharrow to all the girls.
I, Thomas Beindit, leave m mechanical genius to Fuzzy Fournier.
Hans Christianson, leave m regular attendance to Lorraine Starek.
Betty Sears, leave my ability to give speeches to Ronnie Stager.
I, Ed Rzeppa, leave my ability to play basketball to my brother Jerry.
I, Jackie LaForge, leave my ability to sleep in Study Hall to Blynn Dudley
Frances Paquette, leave my yearning for learning to Mary Ann Tindall.
Susan Jezewski, leave my ability to get to school on time to Jay Ann
I, Sand H.C. Smith, Jr., leave my big blue eyes to Janice Graham.
I, Lucille Noon, leave my ability to stud Physics to Joyce Driskell.
Fred Genaw, leave my menagerie of hats to Miss Nugent.
Barbara Rounds, leave m seat in Honor Society to Dennis Denzler.
I, Millard Avers, leave m complete ability to build boats to Puttsy
I, Wesley Biland, leave my handsome curls to Normunds Upite.
I, Archie Iupenski, leave my ability to build h dro-planes to the next
I, Charles Whitford, leave m lab. citizenship to Ray Noon.
I, Lisbeth Douglas, leave m ability to get my wo k done to Mickey Gilbert
I, Earl Con an, leave m long hair to Hubert White.
We, the class of 1951, leave our place in school and our ability to
put out a yearbook to the future Seniors of 1952.
President Sally Hemenger
Vice-President Ed Rzeppa
Secretary Sylva Smith
Treasurer Dick Hemenger
Student Council Members:
Activities: E. Campbell
Rural Play Day
Carnival King-Ed Rzeppa
Carnival Queen-Barbara Heyza
Vice-President Don Pioch
Secretary Gerrie Starek
Treasurer Bob Peters
Student Council Members:
Enrollment 67 G. Hastings
Activities: W. Beal
Algonac H.S. Pins ,
Third Prize Homecoming Float
Class Rings Ordered
Vice-President Jim DeBoyer
Secretary Gerrie Starek
Treasurer Iisbeth Douglas
Student Council C. Miller
Activities: J. DeBoyer
Raffle of Clock-Radio-J-Hop
Curtis Magazine Sales
School Daze Booklets
Jr-Sr. Banquet at Kenwick
1950 Mi ht Seniors
President Fred Genaw
Vice-President Chuck Whitford
Secretary Gerrie Starek
Treasurer L. Cunningham
Student Council C. Miller
Enrollment 60 C. Whitford
Activities: 'W. Beal
Carnival and Breakfast
Senior Pictures by Spellman
Senior Play-Lunatics at Large
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First Row: D. Barr, G. Beatty, T. Bradd, I. Campbell, R. Dandron,
Denzler, Second Row: J. Driskell, B. Endelman, H. Glied, R. Haggber
D. Hartung, T. Hemenger. Third Row: A. Highstreet, J. Humes, S. Kersten,
Y. King, J. Kinnally, J. Kirby. Fourth Row: J. Kuriluk, F. McGeathy D
Majors, P. Malinski, F. Marsden, D. Mensen.
President. . . . .
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Treasurer. . . . . .
Motto: nSink or Swim, Do or D
Colors: Blue and White
. Sally Smith
Donna May Barr
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First Row: J. Moody, D. Mulder, R. Noon, H. Nugent, M. Ouderkirk, N.
Pekuri. Second Row: S. Roe, W. Rogers, L. Sampier, T. Sharrow, S. Smith,
R. Stager. Third Row: L. Starek, M. A. Tindall, T. Zimmer. No Pictures:
B. Ames, R. Cronce, L. McGeathy, A. McLane, J. Martin, A. Peterson, C.
Recor, H. Stager.
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First Row: G. Avers, R. Avers, C. Bannister, J, Basnqy, F, Baxter, J
Biland. Second Row: C. Boughner, J. Busuttil, L. Christy, D, Cglling, D
Corbett, M. Cronce. Third Row: E. Drzewiecki, H. Fisher, J, Foczmaniak
R. Fournier, J. Graham, W. Genaw. Fourth Row: M. Gilbert, E. Gruca, H
Highstreet, B. Howell, S. Hudson, T. Krause,
President ..... . . David Vigliotti
Vice-President . . . . Joan Thompson
Secretary. . ............... ,Gail Smith
Treasurer ...... . ....... . .Shirley Haydet
Motto: nihe Higher we Climb, the Broader Our View.U
Colors: Green and Gray
Flower: Yellow Rose
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First Row: J. McKoan, G. Marcero, N. Makay, M. Marter, M. Moody
Morrison. Second Row: G. Nugent, M. A. Peterson, D. Pless, A. Pockling
J. Pocklington, P. Pomeroy. Third Row: J. Schwikert, A. Sharrow
Sherman, W. Simons, G. Smith, J. Smith. Fourth Row: M. L. Smith,
Smith, S. Soney, B. Stambough, J. Taylor, J. Thompson. Fifth Row:
Vigliotti, V. Walters, G. Werner, D. Whitesell, T. Yax. No Pictures:
Dudley, R. Gulette, L. Havens, S. Haydet, G. LaPar1, G. McGeathy,
Meldrum, R. Recor, C. Michie.
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Vi-ce'PreSident o o o 0 .Mike F01keI'tS 'Za .57
Secretary ............ .Gerald Bradshaw 31, ,
Treasurer. . .... . ...... . Gene Sampier 'am Vf
Motto: "Where Ther-e's a Will, There's a Way."
Flower: Carnation Q
Colors: Green and Gold A
First Row: J. Ames, A. Avers, B. Avers, M. L. Barr, T. Bates, P. Beatty
Second Row: E. Boughner, D. Bradd, G. Bradshaw, L. Brady, B. Combs, K
Deibler. Third Row: A. Denzler, B. Drouillard, M. Duncan, B. Durand, L
Durand, N. Farver. Fourth Row: M. Folkerts, J. Fournier, L. Fusinslci, D
Glied, S. Gibson, L. Green. Fifth Row: W. Haydet, B. Herschelman.
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Kasprowicz. Second Row: A. Korpak, A. Krause, M. Krause, J. Lozen, A.
Marsden, R. Mulder. Third Row: A. Murph , J. North, D. Parker, C.
Plonkey, Ro Rhey, E0 Ritter. ROW: Mo Da Rosso, My
D. Schalk, P. Schultz, G. Soulliere. Fifth Row: L. Sturmsn, E. Sullivan,
P. Sullivan, N. Upite, G. Weber. No Pictures: B. Dobbin, S. Kidd, G.
Peterson, G. Sampier.
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Third Row: J. Day, J. Driskell, B. Iurand, H. Elliott, L.
Folkerts. Fourth Row: M. Hall, D. Hagedon, K. Hartung, R.
Jacobs, M. J. Jacobs. Fifth Row: D. Johnson, J. Kirby, L.
, S. Littler, B. liskey, J, Lozen.
President ....... . . . . John Schmid
Vice-President . . . . Jim Kirby
Secretary ................. Gail Rogers
.Treasurer ...... . . . . ....... . Bill Bell
Motto: "learn to Live, Then Live to Learn."
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Second Row: G. Peterson, J. Pocklington, J. Pocklington, A,
Roeder, G. Rogers. Third Row: C. Richardson, D. Rohn, M.
Rollins, J. Schmid, D. Schram, J. Simons. Fourth Row: C. Smith, G. Smith,
R. Smith, R. Stephenson, S. Tiffin, L. Van Alstine. Fifth Row: D.
Vermeulen, J. Vigliotti, W. Warner, R. Watson, J. Wood. No Pictures: M.
Baker, J. Frantz, P. Grosser, D. Johnson, D. Jolly.
Our yearbook would not be complete without a word of
thanks to the two splendid men who make every effort to keep
our school in the best possible pmfsical condition, who assist
us at every turn, and are never too busy to be cheerfully and
consistently helpful. Thank you Mr. Copp and Mr. Kane.
Foot Ball Team Wir:
Algonac High Sch
rl it's Homecoming,
er 13. Festivities began
. m. with the coronation
ueen, Arlene Peterson
nued throughout the rest
ay and far, far into the
iiss Peterson was crowned Queen
r Edward T. Katie, U. s. District gfjres stat
ttorney, at a very nice ceremony . ',
:ld in the auditorium of the Woman S
hool. gas Stine
The parade acting as the open- lpllpils
g gun for the festivities, start-1ti0D in the
l at 5 p. m. A large crowd was ler1tS are Ml'-
i hand tg see the many decora- lerlger, 623 Sf
re floats. The winners in the,
.rade contest were: 12th grade, iArlgne P
-st placeg 8th grade, second place I
amen's Island, third place. fBe H
Crowds were on hand to enjoy
ery event and more than 1250' ueen,
ns witnessed the contest be-l Arlene
'een Algonac High School and Of NIP- and .Mrs.'
. Clair and were entertained 142 St- Clan' Rlvef
- the music of the band before been chosen the Queen
e game and between halvesfugonac Hlgh School
ie of the particular highlights me Oct- 13- , .
the entertainment took place' M135 Peterson' a Junior
ien Harold' Stager led the band.cheer1eadeIf for Algonac
a square dance across the fieldia Commercial malor She
ring the half.
,student body .
Now that the Algonac High, Members of her court are Susie
A gold award key has bee
from 42 Michiga
counties with his story .about
chosen in an election held by
hoo1'has put this. project downiJezewski and Lorraine Cunning-
history the Senior Class, underham, seniorsg Joan Thompson and
3 Chairmanship of Lisbethbawiji.Ctorbett,.sophornores.
iuglas and Chuck Whitfordf' C' H 'T' " '
mg with the committees areilpaper Algonac
rd at work on the Senior Car-I. ,
ral which is scheduled to takr,iH1gh Sghggl NOW
ice N0vemberH17. V -Q
The speech Class of the Algo
'In Eighth Year
Giving pupils training in jour'
nalism and publicizing schoo'
events in story form are twr
basic aims of the Algonquin, stu
dent newspaper of Algonac Higl
School, now in its eighth year
awarded to Dick Hemenger. sec
ond place winner in a State pub
contest sponsored by
as Jim wh-
wag in a sanatonumj
was entitled "I-
In onor Society
"Five new members were "tapp-
ed" by the National Honor Sociei
ty at a ceremony Tuesday in Al
against abou gonac Highmschool.
Algonac High School
Selectep' Were Sue Roe, Clara 01-ing its third aymua
,Louisq,.-' wer, Ray Noon, -
., , , poming under the directic
ixggfk flfgritugi Ftudent Council on Fri:
9 f - ber 13. A full a
adv.. W 'iq of the socie- io
. - and evening have bei
3'1is'2,,'. 8' we ,member hed. ,Arlene Peterso
b. ' Q
reign as queen and her cc
Besgudegb f wwgggginclude Susie Jezewski, Q
Ge?r3,WHgg terf urmingham, Dawn Corl
to the 122221 Qliiiefgggenfgt, al QQ 'UrgL0?2s3i33i'25s03Qii1 begin
twin si ter, one of 1' Rounds. oyn these., 14 f '....fE Tlllecgglsiiipblgfeggnfa
merl emblem' . "gg 090 0 ."1je school pep meeting
pan Sue Ann Deiber ., Q -,
He . t the Z -.5-1t'3 p. m. followed
.m' Stark assisted a G -9 '-tion ceremoniesunt
DFIVG Kenneth King, superinffg Z., uh in be r
Schools, spoke on the ts, 'bo C 5 'QW C owne
Tothe society to the High E, ' 4 XX
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Miss Wilda Bradley, class ad'9.
traced the history of the Algoi, QP will begirl
chapter, which originated in 19-its, f' 4-145' Twe
and George Johnsonfk 96 lgamzatl'
was program chair
Algonac High School
direction of George
sang several selec-
to strive for betteris? 'Xi the J
its approaches is '- Stu
sends fe. ,,return A11
faculty si-nool board Rot
Lions. Clubs, bands, schoc
' - -io Stfea J,-er Drive tc
10, according to
gard, musical director
largest number of
losing remarks were
the ceremony, a
held for members
in the home making
scouts, police, firemen, ag
ers will take part, in ad-d
the guests of honor for th
the football team Of 1926.
gI'eam of Yesteryear
This team of twenty-fiv
ago and their wives will be
ed through the homei
This 1926 team includes
Smith, Wilfred Bell, Fran
Carthy, Harold McCarthy,
Smith, Charles McKoan-,
Kallas Cole, +
and Kenneth Atkins
The big event of the d
football game between I
7 30 unc
will be pi
ic High School is presenting il The' Algonquin, records show?
ay, named "Mayor For A Day'iwas first published Sept. 20, 19432
will be in the school gym orthrough the help of facult advisl -
-iday, January 12th at 1245 P- niors Miss Allene Stewgrt and rggnflilg Ainzgli Igle
All parents and townsmen areMrs. Truman Pippel. ' igand Al onaCgMichi ai
rdially invited. The cast IS as It was a printed issue then, no ed b Ggor e'J A ilnian
llows: Tom Adams-Bob Hurtmimeographed as now, and it Sixt y embir blmdprlvill at
ay Kurtis-Lou Cunninghamczo-editors were Betty Yahn and hylfr? rt i th PM i
.an Alden Eunice Kerr,FlossieCi-aig Wilson The -first ' la a 'mul' Come D e use
. mim i t
jetchen Bell, Mrs, Meek- Anrcographed copy was published Shell on September 3, 1950. 'luce he
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'nde'g'em,'il'M12g10fSFud'g' D0'f0V-d1"- 1943- adfivfrpage issufliiflhcllreljflxhcijiiiq llflyuglhe 2:11
och, uns me - ara emen-ype on one si e. I - - -
r, Ken Kurtis-Dick Hemenger -The first Christmas issue, 213,23 lgleemubeegg gi g1een'Zig?x1Gi1tL02i Zfggsriarof
'urpuss Suckqioe Malinskllolpage paper" was pubushechla es 53 F iel nd the Fa?r'sVIuir and
mual J. Smugg-Tom HighstreetDeC. '22, 1943. A 23-page Christ-9B md f' Mrn is t n fgvri gt are
rs. Fitz Jones-Virginia Gontamr1Sf1mO Publication was issuecluflarmlg- arfg, Ha Wa y O .-.S 1
V 1-I i I-I 'D ' 1' D ' '
selected- from the
applications received each
of Mr. 1
and the St. Clai
under the dire:
St. Clair willl begin
Front Row: Ed Rzeppa, Jim Ames, Advisor-Miss Jablinski, Arlene Denzler,
Luanne Green, Carol Miller, Bob Ames, Wanda Beal, Chuck Whitford.Back Rows
Bob Durand, Gerald Rzeppa, Gail Avers, Arlene Peterson, Harold Stager, Jim
Martin, Pat Morrison, Joe McKoan.
The Student Council of Algonac High School consists of sixteen members
representing the eighth through the twelfth grades. This group sponsors
all of the All-Hi parties through the year. It is also their job to
assign the concessions and pep meetings to the various classes. Along with
this, they supervise the spring elections.
This is the governing body of the High School with one faculty advisor
who sits in on all meetings. The Principal has the last say for an thing
that is done, for he has the veto power.
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First Row: Jim Ames, Earl Gonyaw, Sue Roe, Editor-Barbara Stark, Allene
Highstreet, Gail Smith, Nancy Pekuri, Sally Hemenger. Second Row: Jeanine
Genaw, Barbara Hurt, Patsy Beatty, Nan Kaunitz, Charlene Busuttil, Agnes
Korpak, Jackie LaForge,-Sally Smith, lisbeth Douglas, Bonnie Stambough,
Dennis Denzler. Third Row: Mary Lou Barr, Eunice Kerr, Gerrie Starek,
Virginia Gontarek, Clara Boughner, Joan Fournier, Pat Pomeroy, Ph llia
Schultz, Rollin Cronce. Fourth Row: Advisors-Miss S1epicka,Mrs. Pippel,
Miss Stewart, Ann Pocklington, Jan Pocklington.
Editor' Barbara Stark
2 Allene Highstreet
Art Editors: E23i1Gi2 Z:
The National Honor Society
First Row: Wanda Beal, Geraldine Hastings, Sally Hemenger, Advisor-Miss
Bradley, Bob Peters, Barbara Rounds, Elizabeth Avers. Second Row: Superin-
tendent-Mr. King, Sue Ann Deibler, Barbara Stark, Yvonne King, Geraldine
Starek, Bernard Woods, Richard Hemenger, Jack Humes, Joann Kuriluk, Nancy
Pekuri, Donna Mae Mensen, Principal-Mr. Johnson.
The Algonac Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in the
spring of l9hO with thirteen charter members. The group new has over 100
members, alumni and active.
Tb be elected one must have a 1.7 CB-D average in all scholastic work
and be rated high in character, service and leadership by the high school
faculty and the active members. The main project for the past six or seven
years has been to raise money for the scholarship fund. So far, three
students have been assisted in gaining higher education by grants of S100
The outstanding events of the year are the induction assembly in
November and the banquet in May. Also planned for this year are a party
for the Marysville chapter, a spring tea, and a picnic for all students
with a B average.
First Row: Edward Currier, Gustave Mann, Advisor-Miss Nugent,
Richard Hoover, John Schmid, Bill Bell. Second Rowe Dale Mehl,
James Russell, Don Rosso, leon Viger, Robert Gronlund, Jack Stager,
Ronald Avers, Kenneth Avers.
W, ibrary Club
Front Row: Gary Sakowski, Donna May Barr, Arlene Denzler, Barbara
Hurt. Back Row: Hans Christiansen, Jan Pocklington, Joan Thompson,
Bonnie Stambough, Miss Bradley.
First Row: A. Korpak, Treasurer-B. Rounds, Secretary--G. Hastings, Presi-
dent-L. Cunningham, E. Kerr, Vice-President--C. Miller, C. Busuttil, S,
Smith. Second Row: Advisor--Miss Stewart, J. Stringer, S, Jezewski, Marion
McKo8n, I. Upite, S. Roe, E. Avers, A. Kane, V. Gontarek, G. Starek, G.
Bell, Advisor-Mrs. Pippel. Third Row: M. Ouderkirk, B. Stark, B,
Endelman, G. Beatty, J. LaForge, S. Hemenger, J. Kirby, S, Deibler, B,
Heyza, B. Sears.
First Raw: A. Pocklington, President--B. Howell, Vice-President-G. Avers,
Treasurer-D. Pless. Second Row: Advisor-Mrs. Van Volkenburg, F. Sherman,
N. Makay, S. Soney, J. Foczmaniak, M. Moody, J. Graham, B. Stambough, M.E.
Montney, Secretary-J. Pocklington, Assistant Advisor-S. Hemenger. Third
Row: M.L. Smith, S. mith, S. Hudson, D. Whitesell, M.A. Peterson, C.
Boughner, G. Smith, H. Fisher, J. Busuttil, D. Corbett.
First Row: M. L. Barr, President--L. Green, Secretary-J.
Fournier, B. Hurt, K. Deibler. Second Row: 'Dr-easurer-D.
Parker, P. Schultz, E. Boughner, S. Gibson, A. Denzler, E,
Humes, Advisor-Mrs. Kaunitz. Third Row: N. Kaunitz, L,
Durand, B. Avers, A. Murphy, Vice-President-B. Drouillard,
E. Sullivan, M. Rudolph.
First Roms B. Howell, A. Pocklington, M. Rudolph, H. Fisher, J. Fournier,
E. Boughner, D. Whitesell, B. Avers, N. Pekuri, C. Miller. Second Row: J.
Pocklington, M.L. Smith, D. Corbett, E. Sullivan, N. Kaunitz, N. Makay, G.
Avers, J. Foczmaniak,.M. L. Barr, P. Pomeroy, A. Denzler. Third Row:
Instructor-Mrs. Pekuri, C. Busuttil, L. Starek, G. Star-ek, C. Boughner,A.
Highstreet, J. Kirby, M. Ouderkirk, M. Peterson. Fourth Row: L. Green, P.
Beatty, B. Sears, E. Humes, J. Driskell, B. Stambough, G. Smith, B. Hurt.
, Yvonne King, Te
First Row:Donna Mae Mensen,
y, Gail Avers,
Driskell, Ibm Highstree
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bert Morrison, Lillian Duran
Robert Gronlund, Ronald Sm
Girls' Glee Club
First Row: A. Vandenhemel, A. Korpak, J. Kirby, E, Hume-3, J, Fournier, M.
L. Smith, Director-Mr. George Appefhnan, M, Krause, B.HerSche1man, G. Bell,
B. Stambough, D. Pless, B. McLane, A. Lutz. Second Row: M. Rudolph, G.
Beatty: B' Endel-'flafls D-Ritzert. A- Murphy, D. Parker, L. Noon, A. Denzler,
Y' Persyfla I- UPITISQ F. Paquette, D. Whitesell, G. LaPar1. 'lhird Row: H,
Nugent, P- Schultz, A. Highstreet, S. Roe, J. Genaw.
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First Row:M. Rudolph, A.Vandenheme1, J. Kirby, J. Fournier, B.Hersche1ma.n,
A. Lutz, Director-Mr. Appelman, D. Pless, G.Be1l,, Y. Persyn, B. Stambough,
E. Humes, M.I.. Smith. Second Row: A. Highstreet, D. Ritzert, H. Nugent,
P. Schultz, A. Denzler, D. Pioch, B. Hurt, B. McLane, F. Paquette, M.
Krause, A. Murphy, I. Upite. Third Row: G. Beatty, A. Korpak, D. Parker,
R. Stager, T. Highstreet, S.Roe, J. Genaw, L.Noor1, D. Whitesell, G.LaPa.r1.
Harold Stager, Gail Smith, Eaeice Kerr, Benerig-igeniiignazufgwnhEgrgziz,
Carol Mi11er,Jbann Kuri1uk,Barbara Howe11,Jan Pock1ington,Ann Pocklington,
Lorraine Cunningham, Jeanine Busuttil, Arlene Peterson.
iuslcrats beat 5
9-7 Friday I
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' 0 Football cliedule
ide its third str league
'd ' ht h f t d
irfnlggig,-X e ea e I riday September 15
A trick pass play -
J in the first quarter, Friday September 22
Jch, but a line ash for riday September 29
t ' t f 'l
I-Te plccigringfs Friday, October 6
a three punt o1Fr- 0 t b
:ir 20 yard line and went all the 'day C 0 er 13
iy to tie the score 6-6. Eddif Wednesday October 18
:den made the last few yard:
- the goal and kicked the extra
int. At the half the score stooc
urine Cit 7 A1 onac 6
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Algonac tried the rsame pas:
my used in the first quarter an
St. Stephen 7:30
Marine City 7:30
St. Clair 7:30
Holy Cross 7:30
ide another TD in the thir per Tealn o
l, Ames to Pioch again. W Alg0naC Tles
:k was blocked. ug atel'
Phe Muskrats were in com For League
md in theyfinal period and De 1 e . -
yer ended the march by h t h ChaInPlOnShlP
er from the five yard line- Hi .Merl fm re c ampl Richmond bowled over
ss was good'and the Algona f the White Div 1' ' Blu ,L h f f th
im stacked up seven morgwater League Onags' opes, or a our
intsl The final Score stood 19- - ecutive undisputed St.
gonac ,,,,......... . 6 0 6 7-19 They qiefe t- ,Cl ' County league football cham,
iring City ...... 0 7 0 0- 'Sunday H1 Stfalght lship Friday night by ups.
llgagd fought 2 gn Mye llthe Muskrats, 7-6, at Aigoi
nice ' -.
lgonac Downs QTCKS Zham xt fo blunixlispllirigegd lflarrtiplloncsllipan
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farysvllle 33-7 , ggfsa0:..:.1.11....s.:.izifa
LaPar1 made A1gonac's firsunder way this !DeBoyer, who sat the gam.
ich down after ten short plays Y . 1011 the bench with :IIS P1321
Start the Muskrats on their Vic- Algonac 5 win Sunday was a cast. He rac ured i
by Leo Vernier, he hit a
- over Marysville 38-7. Marys ' -
le failed to make any yardagirun' double and single'
d Algonac took the ball on theii Pete Roggeman pitched
yard line and went for theiigogd ball and collected 2 hits
:ond TD Spirited by passes frorrsideg,
nes, Korpack and De-Boyer, Bob George almost wentyto
irpack made the TD runninsfor robbinng st. Clair of
,m the twelve yard line. Al-sure hits in center field.
mac failed to make both conver- Manager Jim Cartwright
boys have played good
In the Second quarter Algfmafall season and deserved to
fred twice. DeBoyer and La-champs,
rl made the'TDS. Ames kicked They hope to knock off
picked it 0.
ihmadedolgeufixtila glglgtb SC0ffCards.Q.r Jedd0- . for the Macomb
e en o e a - . - A1 b k
gate in the third- quarter Algona. Algonac Grldders quariglllaiocaxsre aim a
scored on a quarterback sneak: o f C k Km-pak
Ames to raise the score to 31-0. Season Ziiisyrsflglo cgflgit the ban
ies converted making the ex-
point. Most of the Muskrats'
is saw action in the third quar-
, Coach Pippel substituting
A.lgonac's TD in the fourth
arter was made by a long pass!
ni Korpack to Meldrum. Kor-
:k kicked but failed. to make
1 extra point. Late in the fourth
arter Marysville made their
y TD of the game on a quarter-
rk sneak by Griffis. Griffis
ked and made the extra point.
Varren of the Marysville team
s carried from the field in the
rd quarter and taken to ttei'
:pital with he
Coach Truman Pippel, has jucould have tied up the
ended another successful seascnot-too-far wide to the
at Algonac High School as hthe goal posts
Richmond 25 and
for the TD. Ames' kick,
.team shared the St.. Clair Coun1 Bgth teams ,played stella
leargliie Dgtlec with Richmond, . .fensive ball and both wer?
. e us ra 5 ran up 204 pomaed inside the five-yard li,
against their opponents' 79 ani S erate drives.
won seven games and lost tw e P ' 1
over th 1950 se , The loss was Algonacs s
. e ason campalgthis season. They had 11012
Then' losses .were to powelflstopped since their openinl
Cr0sweu'Lexmgl'on and Rlcho Croswell-Lexington a
mtglgch Pi el a.d th tjeague opponent. lfticl
Standing garage piaged iv ollhavas tied twice and defeated
Musk,-ats was against Maringy non-leaguer, Romeu
funn '-,Ln-A A --U LJJ- A - . frfl-insyinfnv-1. nys: curoof Fr-1'
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' The Wednesday night n
bf the Algonac Lions Clu
vened at Sid-'s Restaurant,
President William Mun
Here :omed guests Sid Barkei
Hexrialgonac, guest of Lion J ami
911, and- William Flore, If
TherQf the Mount Clemens,
Here At the business meetinl
Thereater at the Lion'g Club
on Washington Street, Pre
Thei-dVIuir called on visiting R01
Ernest Grunlund and Eai
ques. The visiting R01
arought news of their fort
ng outdoor barbecue. The 1
'llub is sponosoring the din
E nopes of raising sufficient
o cou '
W' Field Commitlleeman I
E ocklington told the Club
H ers that plans for the tra
gp :ie Lions Athletic Field
U lst shaping up and reporte
siting track and field au
E bs lgtave hearty approval 1
,S Pres. Muir announced th:
iub's meal planner. Mrs. R
Fell. was ill in her homq
V hearing ihii ther entire
Int forward best wishes iq
reedy recovery and returx
71' . Q
':'. Richmond Wu
E First Game
Eg Algonac and Richmond
in first game victoriesl
Nr night in the St. Clair:
O0 league. Algonac defeate
4-p City Holy Cross, 54-23
Q Richmond notched a 571
Mr, Gerrish is in his
Since the sidewalk was pu
tween the main building
back from -
Cb the Miss
gg will also
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Front Row: Jim DeBoyer, Joe McKean, Ed Rzeppa, Don Rondeau, Bob Ames,
Bob Peters. Back Row: Coach-Jack Greenstein, Ray Noon, Sandy Smith, Jim
Martin, Ted Meldrum, Don Pioch.
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Algonac Holy Cross 2?
Algonac 36 St. Stephens 38
Algonac 37 Marysville 26
Algonac h9 Yale 33
Algonac no Richmond 30
Algonac M9 Marine City 36
Algonac 68 New Baltimore 33
Algonac 2h St. Clair 25
Algonac 62 Holy Cross 25
Algonac 39 St. Stephens 25
Algonac h8 Marysville 37
Algonac 58 Richmond M2
Algonac M7 Marine City 35
Aigonac 3h st. Clair 32
Algonac 75 New Baltimore 33
First Row: George Peterson, Gene Sampier, Jerry Bradsnaw, Norman F rver
Ted Bates, Jim Ames. Second Row: Phil Sullivan, Mike Folcerts, Jim Iorth
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Front Row: Don Rondeau, Jim DeBoyer, Ronnie Stager, Ralph LaPar1, Archie
Iupenski. Back Row: Bob Ames, Jack Peters, Ed Rzeppa, Will Rogers, Jack
Kinnally, Chuck Whitford.
In 1950, the baseball team won three and lost six. The Algonac
Muskrats are looking forward to a more successful season in 1951 with
veterans coming back in most of the positions. Promising newcomers are
ready to step into any gaps that may develop and we are sure of a more
successful season this year.
1950 BASEBALL SEASON
Algonac Port Huron 7
Algonac Marine City 2
Algonac St. Clair 7
Algonac Marysville 3
Algonac Holy Cross 3
Algonac New Baltimore 2
Algonac St. Stephens 8
Algonac Ric mond 2
Algonac Birch Run 13
Won 3 Lost 6
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First Row: Harold Stager, Floyd McGeathy, Don Rondeau, Don Pioch, Pat
Morrison, Corlqy Korpak, Gene Herschelman, Norman Farver. Second Row: Phil
Sullivan, Jim Martin, Bill Terry, Ted Meldrum, Earl Gonyaw, Bob Ames, Tom
Highstreet, Jim DeBoyer. Third Row: Coach--Jack Greenstein, Ray Noon,
Sand Smith, Sydney Schaffer, Mickey Gilbert, Dick Hartung, Joe McKoan,
The Algonac High School track team competes against both league and
non-league members. Some of the non-league meets are the Central Relays,
River Rouge Relay, State Regional Track Meet, and State Championship Meet,
A St. Clair County meet decides the county championship. This year
it is to be held on the new track at Algonac High School.
A point system is devised whereby every high school boy has a fair
chance to earn his letter in track.
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