Arthur Hill High School - Legenda Yearbook (Saginaw, MI)
- Class of 1950
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ARTHUR HILL HIGH SCHOOL
3115 MACKINAW ST. 0 SAGINAW, MICHIGAN
Editors . . .
Adviser . . .
Mattie C. Crump
I N D E X
,ADMINISTRATION .... 6 - 17
ACTIVITIES . . . 18 - 49
ALBUM . . . . 50 - 95
ADVERTISING . . C . . . 96 - 116
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. . . Home of the HILLITE
The Arthur Hill Memorial Stadium on dedication night was a bevy
The student body-a part of the 4,000 persons who attended the
three performances - see the 1949 Christmas Pageant, A Chrirtmar
Library hours are study periods to Hillites. The two library rooms,
on either side of the auditorium and seating approximately 210
students, offer materials and a place for study.
The Memorial Stadium, the newest addition to the Arthur Hill
campus, is a bowl type structure.
Hungry Hillites partake of lunch and talk over the latest gossip in
the third floor cafeteria. Two lunch periods, l 1:30 and 12:30, each
accommodates approximately 900 students. '
An Arthur Hill tradition-autographing yearbooks-tal-ces place
nsistudents exchange signatures in their 1949 Legendas.
Weive ome a Lon Wa . . .
The gay nineties . . . high button shoes . . . the horse and buggy . . . today
these ancient, whimsical expressions have a special signilicance. For this
is the middle of the century, a time of reflection . . .
And here at Arthur Hill we have a special appreciation of the contrast
between "then and now' ,... a contrast made vivid by the construction
in l94O of the modern building which we now attend-a schoolhome
modern not only in its construction but in its principles of administration
and teaching . . . compare this with that nostalgic era of l9OO when the
first Legenda was compiled at the red brick 'structure on Court Street.
Arthur Hill students of that day will remember it as a time of inkwells,
rickety desks, and gas-lights.
In the pages of this, the 1950 Legenda, we shall accentuate the progress
of half a century at Arthur Hill with reminders of those byhgone days
when men were men and unruly Hillites got the hickory stick instead of
1900-1950 . . . Fiftieth Birthday oi the LEGENDA
The 1950 Legenda Staff cledicates this book to the first
Legenda staff and to all those who have worked to record
the history of the Arthur Hill High School since 1900.
We've come a long way in the past fifty years.
The 1900 Legencla staff members were pioneers in yearbook pro- l950's staff members watch Editor TED MAC RAE type this year's
duction at Arthur Hill and worked without many of the modern copy. Heading the Legenda workers for the year are, standing, left
conveniences of today. This picture of the staff, complere with to right, JACK ARNDT, KATHERINE HARVIE, HENRY MARKSBURY,
Gibson Girl blouses and stiff collars, was published fifty years ago and DIONE BUTLERQ seated, DORIS RUHLIG, ELAINE KOEPLINGER,
in the first Legenda, and LORRAINE AVERY.
Golden Jubilee! 5
MR. I. M. BROCK, school principal, is known to both teachers and
students as a competent administrative ofiicial and a friendly adviser,
He has served as chief executive of Arthur Hill for 21 years.
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1950 at Arthur Hill
The Coordinators of Organization and
Administration in Action . . .
Parents and teachers at Arthur Hill consult through
the Parent-Teacher Association to help the students.
The P-TA members sponsor several meetings and
social functions during the year, where parents can
get a representative view of what their young people
The faculty and students work together in organizing
the student body into interest-capturing groups, and
school-wide organizations, conducting campaigns, and
choosing careers. It is this combination of students,
teachers, and parents that has enabled Arthur Hill to
progress in its democratic spirit through years.
MR. JAMES M. sHAcKLE'roN is president of the Board of Education
Beard of Education members look over plans for the East Saginaw High School of the future. They are, left to right, MR. EDWARD C.
MAC RAE, secretaryg DR. RAYMOND A. HART, MR. RUSSELL STRACHAN, superintendent of building and groundsg MR. GEORGE D. PROSS, clerk
of the boardg MR, HIEL M. ROCKWELL, treasurer, MR. WALTER A. LEESCH, MR. J. ROBERT GRURE, MR. ci-iEsTER F. MILLER, superintendent
of schools, and MR. HARRY P. BAKER,
Golden jubilee! 7
OFFICE: Control Center of chool Life
Opening week of the school year, city teachers gather at Arthur Hill
for a three day institute. The receptionists were, standing: IDA
MARIE LANG, MR. C. C. COULTER, administrative assistant and
supervisor of BIE Day, and JOANNE HIMSEL, Seated: BETTY
BROCKWAY, KAY KRUEGER, 8.I1Cl BARBARA OLSON.
MIss ETHEL A. PETERSON, dean of girls, and MR. RAYMOND MOR-
ROW, assistant principal, spend the first hour of the school day at
the OHIce counter ready to counsel students and faculty. Students
asking aid are GLORIA DUWE, jo ANN PRUYNE, JEAN BUSE, SALLY
SORGATZ, HAROLD RICHARDS, and CATHERINE PETERS.
MISS SALLY LA BRAKE sold Dedication Game tickets to MR. R. EARL
AVERY and MR. WILLIAM KESSEL in the school oiiice.
On Business, Industry, and Education Day teachers were guests of
Saginaw business concerns. A group ready to visit the Chevrolet
Grey Iron Foundry gathers in the hall at 10 a.m. Left to right:
MR. CULLEN MCDONALD, IMISS DOROTHEA MOUNTZ, MISS HELEN
OLMSTED, MR. ALBERT EYNON, MR. KENNETH MOELLER, MR.
HARRY GRAVES MILLER, MR. GORDON WHITE, MR. KENNETH POUL-
SON, MR. LESLIE TURNER, and MR. VERN WRITER.
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FAC LTY GRO P Coordinate ctivities
Teachers' Club Representatives for Arthur Hill are MRS. MARJORY
JACOBSON, MISS GERTRUDE TURNER, MR. ALBERT DERSCH, MISS
F. ALISON SPENCE, MR. R. GEORGE PURDY, IVIISS IIELEN OLMSTED,
Eiflil MISS EDITH R. JENSEN.
Spending a pleasant hour after school at the Christmas Tea are
MRS. COILA BULLARD, MRS. LORNA ZIEGLER, MRS. MARY STEWART,
MISS HELEN OLMSTED, and MRS. MARIE CRITTENDEN, and in the
foreground, Miss HELEN BEESON and Miss ELLEN GREEN. Miss
Doris K. Frye, Miss Burnice Gibbs, and Miss Edith Jensen were
Chatting at the faculty Christmas Dinner at the Tennis Club are
members of the faculty Social Committee, MISS ELLEN GREEN,
MISS FRANCES HINRICHSEN, MISS HELEN BEESON, 3.I1Cl MISS EDITH
JENSEN. Missing from the picture is Miss Mary Margaret Doidge.
The Committee decides where all the social gatherings are to take
place, and they make all the arrangements for them.
The Christmas Dinner was enjoyed by many members of the faculty,
aI1'IOI'1g them WCICI MISS DORIS K. FRYE, MISS F. ALISON SPENCE,
MRS. MABEL KING, MRS. RUTH STEPHENS, MISS BURNICE GIBBS,
MR. DAVID GAINEY, and in the foreground MR. STANLEY D.
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P-TA r es Close Cooperation Between Parents and Teachers
CABINET discuss plans for gatherings of
the P-TA members. The ofhcers consist of,
left to right: MR. I. M. BROCK, adviserg MRS.
PAUL JAQUISH, corresponding secretaryg
MRS. WILLARD ENSZER, recording secretaryg
MR. WILLIAM KESSEL, presidentg MR. R.
EARL AVERY, father vice-presidentg MRS.
MARY STEWART, teacher vice-presidenrg MISS
ETHEL. A. PETERSON, adviserg MR. HAROLD
RUPP, treasurer. Missing from the picture is
Mrs. john Kleekamp, mother vice-president.
Parents enjoy this annual gathering of the
P-TA card Party where they can make new
acquaintances and renew oId friendships.
At Open House SALLY HOLLAND, MR.
HOWARD LYTLE, ARDIN CLARE, PETER BOOS,
and RICHARD POPP look over an agricultural
map of different types of soil.
A GOOD MIXER is the buffet style of
serving at most PATA events.
MR. I. M. BROCK is ready to assist MRS.
DOUGLAS EERRIBY, MR. A. R. HANSEN, and
MR. DOUGLAS EERRIBY, while they engage
in a game of Canasta.
Ar the P-TA card party MRS. SALLIE BROXVN,
MRS. I. M. BROCK, MRS. MARTIN BRUTON,
MISS ETHEL PETERSON, 2ll'ICl MRS. JOHN
BENSON enjoy a card game. Card party
proceeds replenish the welfare fund each
Winning the birthday cake at the P-TA card
party was MRS. WARREN BEARSLEY. Her
friends, MRS. IGNACE HOFFMAN, MRS. N.
D. STERLING and MRS. WILLIAM CLARKE
admire the cake.
At the exhibit MISS ELOISE BACON
and ,JAMES FOX show their biology display
IO MR. afikl MRS. P. WENZIEL.
At the P-TA Exhibit, ALLEN JOHNSON,
MR. A. A. PIERTZ, MRS. HAROLD MORFORD,
and 'IO ANNIE MORFORI7 admire work done
by the shop Students. Projects were prepared
as part of regular class work.
INIRS. RUBY KARP I2llliS IO MR. 21I1Ll MRS.
LOUIS SOBLESKY during refreshment time.
Ar P-TA Open House MRS. C. R. BUSE, MRS.
MARY STEWART, MRS. A. R. HANSEN, and
MRS. ELDEN KAYLOR gather for a little chat
while refreshments are served.
Preparing the refreshments in the school
kitchen for the P-TA Card Party are MRS.
PAUL ANDRE and MR. FRANK NIEDERSTADT.
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TUBE GOVERNM N : Experience in Democratic Livin
Advisory is the first 15 minutes of the day at Arthur Hill. Students meet with the same teacher adviser for the three years of their stay in
senior high. Incoming students, approximately 33 to each teacher, are assigned alphabetically to their advisories. This gives each group about
the same percentage of juniors, seniors, and sophomores. They organize by electing ofiicers, and are represented in the student cabinet by
their president, who is elected each semester. All-school campaigns, elections, business, and enrollments are done by and through advisory.
Advisory presidents for both semesters are, top row: HERMAN GIEROW, ANN ROBERTSON, JACK SMITH, ROY STEARNS, ROGER STINSON,
HOWARD TESSMAN, NELSON WING, DOW TUNIS, THOMAS SOBLESKY, WILLIAM WASHABAUGH, BRENDEN XVELLS, RICHARD SAUER, PATRICIA
LYTLE, LAWRENCE SALVI, WALLACE CLARK, LLOYD YEO, HAROLD BERGDOLT, PAUL HINKIN, DAVID VANCE, CHARLES JONES, JANET
SPENCER, RUDY SCHMITT, CLARENCE KOSTRZEWA, ANDRIS RONIS, AUDREY LLEWELLYN, JAMES PERSON, DONALD PASEL, ROBERT
MAC MILLIAN, VERN HAWES, FRANKLIN MERRICK, JOHN WAYNE CHARLETON, JAMES MC KENNA, ARTHUR KITSCH, JAMES MC DONAGH,
CHARLES MANSKE, THOMAS HUNTER, HOWARD MARTIN, JAMES MATTHIES, DONALD EDWARDS, JAMES MARTIN, and FRED DONAGHY.
SEE017d 7'0ll".' GERALD JOHNSON, JUDITH JOHNSON, BETTY HARSHMAN, BARBARA GUY, RUDY FRENCH, HARVEY JACKSON, PETER YOUNG,
-IO ANN PAQUETTE, WILLIAM ROOKER, BARBARA FOBEAR, DANIEL LEARNED, ROBERT DUST, MARILYN DITTMAR, RALPH FRAI-IM, KAY
Front raw: DORIS ALBERTS, OSCAR KOEPLIN, DONALD BECKER, JACK ARNDT, PHYLLIS POLING, DONALD MEYER, WILLARD BLACK, ROBERT
BRANDT, JUDITH BRENNER, HAROLD BOWMAN, and DONALD BUTTS. Not in the picture are: Henry Marksbury, Jack Egger, William Kessel,
Marcelene Metiva, Doris Ruhlig, Alice Wagner.
Student Cabinet Oflicers, ANDRIS RONIS, first semester vice-president,
DAVID VANCE, first semester secretary and second semester vice-
presidentg WILLIAM ROOKER, first semester treasurer, and PAUL
HINKIN, school president for both semesters, discuss the SO cam-
paign. Missing from the picture is Brenden Wells, second semester
treasurer and Donald Becker, second semester secretary.
TB seals sale led by MR. JOHN DAY, SHIRLEY KLEIN, and SIIELLEY
DICKESON closed with a total of 323353. Arthur Hill led all schools
with thirty-three advisories turning in a quota of 355.00 each.
COllI1CilII16H RALPH FRAHM, GLENN HOERNLEIN, ANDRIS RONIS,
and CHARLES HISE attended a council meeting at the city hall on
Student Government Day.
Student Government Day officials matched wits in meetings and
at luncheon where they were guests of the American Legion Post 22
and Elks 47.
Again this year the girls were successful in selling the most student
organization tickets. They boast a record of 95.6 per cent to the
boys' 89.9 per cent for a total sale of 1677 school memberships.
Campaign leaders were JUDITH JOHNSON and DORIS ALBERTS for
the girls. NELSON WING and HOWARD TESSMAN led the boys. MISS
CONSTANCE MC XVETHY and MR. DAVID GAINEY WCIC 6lCCICCl ICHCIICI'
Leaders of the Junior Red Cross drive, EVA NOBLET, GARDNER
DELGADO, JEROME LAKE, chairman, JOANNE STOBBART, DOW
TUNIS, and MRS. JUNE O'DELL, adviser, look over posters for their
Campaign. Arthur Hill contributed 35534.35 this year.
CITY MANAGER MILLER confers with his student counterparts, PAUL
HINKIN of Arthur Hill and GERALD KRYSZAK of Saginaw High.
PETER YOUNG has the attention of the Arthur Hill delegation as he
summons courage to address the city council.
ERVICE GROUPS Make I chool a Better Place to Live
Starting their school day at 7:50 a.m. are Service Club members.
They are, left to right, GRETA GLASEY, MR. MORROW, SALLY
MOSER, and MARY MILLER,
Student store attendants, JOAN KLEIN, ALICE MYERS, PATRICIA
HOLLY, JEANNE ITTNER, PHYLLIS GAYLORD, sell supplies to stu-
dents during both noon hours, and before school begins every
Senior Hostesses welcome guests and guide them through the school.
They are, standing, JUDY JOHNSON, RAY KRUEGER, GRETA MYERS,
LORRAINE AVERY, BARBARA OLSON, and SALLY IPPEL. Seated is
CAROL RICHMOND. Each girl spends one period 21 day in the
Student Librarians while working a period each day, keep the
libraries neat, straighten the shelves, and check books. They are,
top row, ELAINE SCHNEIDER, MARLENE EICHLER, DIANE PEDER-
SON, ROSE MARIE SHANNON, CLEO HULL, BEVERLY FOLSUMQ
second row, BEVERLY WEISSMUELLER, NOREEN STEBNER, ROSANN
ALSGAARD, BEVERLY KELLY, BETTY DAVIS, LUCILLE JOHNSON,
lDOICtOIT1 IOW, LORRAINE MERRIAM 21IlCl CATHERINE MC BAIN.
STUDE T GROUPS Aid Hillite Health, Orientation
Representing Arthur Hill on the City junior Red Cross Council
:his year were -IOANNE STOBBART, JERRY LAKE, and MURIEL
LIEFFERS. These students directed the membership campaign at
Arthur Hill in the fall.
The Orientation Handbook was revised this year by DIANE PEDER-
SEN, BILL GALARNO, KEN MONDOR, JOHN HERZOG, and MIRIAM
BISHOP. The handbook is published for incoming sophomores.
Corrective Speech Class helps students to overcome diiiiculties in
speech. MISS CATHERINE FURBEE, instructor and supervisor, NOR-
MAN REINKE, GERALDINE THOMAS, allcl CHARLES KOLHOFF, gO
through exercises on the stage of the auditorium where the class
Health room attendants are, seated, DIXIE EMERSONg first row,
DONNA GULLIFOR, SHIRLEY WADE, ARBUTUS ORDWAY, BETTIE
FINGER, 2lHCl PATRICIA DAVIESQ E013 IOW, NANCY MEEHLEDER,
MARILYN SAGER, CHARLOTTE GOLDEN, MARILYN BROWNLEE, ROSE
SCHULTZ, BYRD ANN SMITH, JOAN MINGUS, LILA BILLITER, and
ELEANOR BROWNING. Missing from the picture are Marna Gremel,
Vida Demko, Sally Greer, joan Scherping, joan Sedwick, and
Evelyn Gohm. These girls work in the clinic as part of their home
nursing COLIYSG. '
Hearing examinations were given this year in place of the TB
chest X-rays given last year. The tests were made during art of
living, library, government, and economics classes.
DITORI HELPER Augment Productions
The ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE plans and supervises a program of
entertainment for the entire school year, This year's members
include, standing, KATHERINE TUNIS, DIXIE ARCH, SALLY MOSER,
21l'lLl RICHARD CROOKS. SCZIICLI SHCI MISS CONSTANCE MCXVETHY,
MISS MARY LEWIS, NIRS. NANCY BAXTER, MRS. l7llANCliS HAIVILIN,
ilflcl MISS BURNICE GIBBS.
PROJECTOR OPERATORS assist with audio-visual programs.
MR. SEYMOUR MURPHY reviews the winding of a film for operators
EUGENE MERTZ, CLARENCE BRAMEN, and DONALD LUTZ.
Members of the USHER CLUB who direct guests and students to
their seats in the school auditorium are, top row, KAY DAB-BERT,
BARBARA RICHTIZR, LORRAINE AVERY, MARY ELLEN BAUKUS,
ROBERTA MACGRECORQ second FOW, MONA SCHWALM, CAROL
RICHMONI3. HELEN NEIDIZRSTADT, MARILYN AVERY, ROSANN
AI-SGARDg bottom row, DIONIE BUTLIER, SUE DENGLER, DOROTHY
BAUER, NANCY ROISISRTS.
STAGE CREW members manage lights, curtain, and properties for
all stage productions. DALE PRETZER, EUGENE MERTZ, and STUART
GORDON are this year's stage hands. Charles Knoop, not in the
picture, is the head of the crew.
Facult , lumni Observe 25th ANNIVER ARIE
MRS. COILA START EULLARD became the newest member of Arthur
Hill's 25 Year Club at a luncheon June 9, 1949, at the Germania
Club. MRS. BULLARD has taught English, language, and social
science and was adviser of the Legenda editions of 1926, 1927, and
1928. Outside of school, she is an ardent member of the Saginaw
Writers Club. MRS. BULLARD has had over twenty of her poems
and articles published in national poetry magazines. A few of her
most popular Writings are "Point of View", 1'The Lilacsn. "Grand
Hotel", "ln the Beginning", "HOllyhocks", and a very short story,
"Mater Meuu. The 25 Year Club was organized two years ago, and
the following have been recognized, Mr. A. G. Dersch, Mr. Stanley
Schubert, Mr. B. G. Wells, and Miss Florence Wells, who retired
in June, 1945.
Students representing their PHFEUIS who were graduated in 1925
from Arthur Hill are MARILYN MOHNK, VIRGINIA VIBERT, BARRY
WAITE, KAY KRUEGER, DONNA DUPREE, JEAN SAVAGE, PETER
NAGEL, and ESTA VIEERT.
MRS. HAROLD GEORGE and MRS. HILMER HALL check the reserva-
tions for the Class of '25 reunion with the 1925 Legenda in con-
nection with MRS. I-IALL'S work as a member of the contact
committee. MRS. GEORGE was general chairman of the event, held
May 27 at the Germania Club.
During the '24 reunion, MR. LEONARD ZORN, -IR. and MR. WILMER
LITTLEJOHN look over the program of the events to follow.
Discussing the events of the evening are MR. ALBERT DERSCH,
Miss FLORENCE WELLS, and MR. STANLEY SCHUBERT at the '24
reunion in Frankenmuth.
MR. JEROME HARD from Guatemala and MRS. LEO COLEMAN, for-
merly Anne Klemack, Of Kenmore, New York, talk Over old times
at the Class of '24 reunion.
City Teachers Institute
Teachers work in own school
Pep Club organized
Arthur Hill News, Issue 1
S0 campaign begins
Football, Lansing Eastern, there
Dedication Game, Hamtramck,
here. Dance after game
28 30 Seniors get rings
Individual pictures taken
Football, Bay City Handy
Senior pictures taken
First report cards
P-TA Open House
FHA Regional Convention, here
Football, Flint Central, here
Red Cross Drive opens
Football, Pontiac, there
Armistice Day Assembly
Little Brown Jug Game
Arthur Hill News, Issue 5
Turkey Day Game, here-
Do You Remember . . .
"lt Pays to Advertise"
Swimming, Battle Creek, there
Arthur Hill News, Issue 6
Basketball, Flint Central, here
Hi-Y, Y-Teen dance
Christmas Pageant for school
Christmas Pageant for commu-
Christmas Pageant for school
Basketball, Pontiac, there
Basketball, Saginaw High, here
Arthur Hill News, Issue 7
Basketball, Owosso, there
Swimming, Bay City Central
Basketball, Flint Northern, there
End of first semester
Swimming, Jackson, there
Swimming, Bay City Central
Basketball, Flint Central, there
All-Valley JV swim, Bay City
Swimming, Bay City Handy
Arthur Hill News, Issue S
17 Basketball, Owosso, here
Hi-Y, Y-Teens dance
18 Swimming, Battle Creek, here
21 Basketball, Saginaw, there
24 U of M Regents-Alumni exams
Basketball, Pontiac, here
Hi-Y, Y-Teens dance
28 Basketball, Bay City, here
1 Arthur Hill News, Issue 9
1-4 District Basketball Tourney
4 State Swim Meet, Ann Arbor
S-11 Regional Basketball Tourney
11 Swim-Cereal Bowl Relays,
14 Report Cards
15 Arthur Hill News, Issue 10
17 Club Hillite
State Semi-finals, Basketball
State Basketball Finals
24 Sombrero Swing
27 Student Government Day
Arthur Hill News, Issue 11
6 Saginaw-River Rouge track
7-10 Easter vacation
11 Flint Northern-River Rouge
track events, there
12 Arthur Hill News, Issue 12
14 "Smilin' Through" senior play
15 Track-River-Rouge Relays
21 Club Hillite
Track-Flint Central, here
Baseball, Bay City Handy, there
P-TA Family Potluck-Election
Baseball, Flint Northern, there
Baseball, Bay City Handy, here
Arthur Hill News, Issue 13
Baseball, Owosso, here
Track-Mt. Pleasant Relays
Baseball, Bay City Central, here
National Honor Society Assembly
Track-Valley meet, Saginaw
Baseball, Saginaw, here
Optomist Club Play
Track-Jr. meet with Bay City
Reserves, here. Sophomore Track,
Lutheran Seminary, here
Arthur Hill News, Issue 14
Baseball, Pontiac, here
Baseball, Saginaw, there
Track-State meet, Lansing
Track-Non-Grad meet, Flint
Memorial Day-no school
Senior caps and gowns issued
Baseball, Flint Central, there
Senior Dinner Dance
Hard-Working Hillites Find Satisfaction
In Diversified Activities . . .
A Hillite of today, no matter what his interest may be, can find expression
for it at Arthur Hill. A list of curricular and extra-curricular activities which
includes arts, crafts, dramatics, journalism, music, and sports is sufficient for
the talents of all. Since the birth of the Student Organization Ticket in 1930,
students can enjoy all organized school activities as spectators for a fraction
of the regular price.
Back at the turn of the century at Arthur Hill, there was a dramatics club
for boys, a literary society for girls, and sports consisting of football, track,
and baseball. And, of course, with the printing of the first Legenda, 1900
was the beginning of Arthur Hill printed journalism history.
CHRISTMAS CAROLERS, JEAN SAVAGE,
MARY D. HOLMES, CAROL RICHMOND, and
ROBERTA MAc GREGOR combine their voices
for the annual Arthur Hill Christmas pag-
ent. They also appeared on many commu-
DONALD HEALY helps his date, CAROLYN
GILBERT, with her coat at one of the Club
Hillite dances. Coats are checked with mem-
bers of the House Committee.
CHEERLEADERS, under the direction of
Miss MARY MARGARET DOIDGE, spur the
team to victory with yells at all pep meet-
ings and games. Band members under the
direction of MR. EARL BURNETT, lend vol-
ume to the cheers with drums and trumpets.
Enthusiastic football fans stand to see the
linal plays of the game. Students, parents,
and friends fill the bleachers of the new
Arthur Hill Memorial Stadium.
DONALD STEWART, a member of the Service
Club, goes about his duties of turning the
lights on and off between classes.
In the souvenir ticket campaign for the ded-
ication game, the Arthur Hill Band toured
the business district ro arouse interest. BEV-
ERLY WEISSMULLER is the salesman. This
is one of the many ideas carried out by
civic groups to aid in the hnancing of the
tudents Find CL SSES a Combination of
SOPHOMORE ENGLISH students, Virginia
Vogel, Donald Shaler, Ronald Dingman,
James Fox, and Ann Beaver clear up a tough
grammatical point with Mrs. Joyce Mann.
Themes, book reports, and grammar study
make up the program for English 3 and 4.
TRIGONOMETRY constructions offer no ob-
structions to Donald Pietz as he explains a
utoughie' to Patricia jahns. This class is
open to seniors who wish to major in math.
IN ADVISORY Mary Lou Bernecker and
Nancy Boertman decide to purchase their
small pictures. Picture day is typihed by the
approval, disapproval, and exchange of pic-
JUNIOR ENGLISH CLASSES study American
literature. Here Mr. Stanley D. Schubert
interprets a test question on "The Last of
the Mohicansn for Jay Pattee. Other classics
studied are, "House of Seven Gables," and
Work and Pleasure
A REFRESHER ARITHMETIC test prompts
Charles Hise and Nancy DeFore to take a
last-minute glance through their notes. This
class is open to seniors who feel they need
extra Work in mathematics before they leave
PUBLIC SPEAKING training is helpful to
future toastmasters, such as Merrill Wil-
liams. In this class he learns to write, time,
and present speeches with the poise and
confidence that satishes an audience.
GEOMETRY students, james Elliot, Romaine
Vlassis, Thomas Dezelsky, and john Herzog
pay close attention to Kenneth Mondor as
he explains the different hgures to them.
These designs are one of the many phases
of study in geometry classes.
ADVISORY time is from 8:50 to 8:45 beginning each day. Guidance
in school program and financing of student projects are the business
of homeroom time. One annual piece of business is the distribution
and sale of individual pictures. Margaret Ellithorp and Miss Amy
Gatz Watch as Kenneth Grabowski and jill Ferguson inspect their
SENIOR ENGLISH means thousand word
themes. James Matthies shows his theme to
William Marks and Miss Irma Stockdale.
The writing of the precis, the paraphrase,
and theme are outstanding features of college
ADVISORY president, Roger Stinson, presents a new Hag to Mr.
Clarence Stewart's classes. An American flag is the possession of
each advisory. Seniors of the advisory Hnanced and presented the
new flag. Mr. Stewart holds the old fiag as John Taylor and Marlene
Trier admire the new one.
Mental Advancement is Stimulated B CLASS Stud
CHEMISTRY is the senior science course. Here, surrounded by var-
ious chemistry equipment, are jack Wagle, Kimberley Schrader,
Frederick Lickteig, Howard Tessman, Shirley Gifford, Patricia
Dengler, and Beverly Owen.
SPANISH CLASSES receive the benefit of the
most modern educational methods through
the instructive classroom films supplied by
Audio-Visual Center to Saginaw schools.
However, class discussions and textbook
work have their place. Peter Hervey, Janice
jahns, and Marguerite Leppein follow in
their books as Sally Heineman translates lil
GEOGRAPHY STUDENTS learn to keep up
with world affairs through constant study of
places in the world spot-light, The knowl-
edge gained about the ever-changing bound-
aries and many other somewhat obscure
points are brought out in classroom discus-
sion. Maxine Darrell displays her knowledge
of geography by locating the place in discus-
sion on the map for Richard Wood, Donald
Avery, and Mr. George Purdy, instructor.
WORLD HISTORY students study a combina-
tion of Ancient History and Modern His-
tory, two separate courses. At the start of
the year, the classes learn about early rnan,
and early civilization. Towards the end of
the year, the students are discussing the First
and Second World Wars. As a part of the
course, oral and written reports are often
handed in. "Boning up" for such a report
are Carol Breiter, james jones, and Carolyn
refraction of glass.
ECONOMICS CLASSES study the current eco-
nomic trends in the United States, and the
risks and profits of different kinds of bus-
iness enterprises. The highlight of the se-
mester is the stock-market project, in which
the students prepare an imaginary stock mar-
ket report, and buy stocks. At the end of the
project, they see if they have made a profit
or loss. Here, under the watchful eye of Mr.
Bryant Wilson, the class listens to a panel
discussion by Francis Horn, Joanne Dankert,
Peter Young, and Jack Wagle.
GERMAN CLASSES find that the study of the
language is both useful and interesting.
While first and second year Students read
from their textbooks, only third year stu-
dents have a large enough knowledge of the
language to read German novels. Going
over their lessons are third-year students
Herbert Kleekamp and Doris Monsees.
PHYSICS is the junior course for science majors. Here physics stu-
dents Donald Meyer, Marjorie Nuerminger, and Larry Mulholland
write out an experiment that they have finished on index of
FRENCH STUDENTS, in addition to their reg-
ular work, read letters and newspapers writ-
ten in the French language sent from France.
They also write letters in French. Members
of Mrs. Marjory Jacobson's classes watch
Lois Klemm, as she writes a French sen-
tence on the board. The intent students are:
Richard Kostoff, Shirley Lampel, Marjorie
Campbell, Mary D. Holmes, joycelyn Dorr,
and Carol Malmgren.
GOVERNMENT CLASSES learn the workings
of our local, county, state, and federal gov-
ernments. Along with the regular classroom
discussions and tests, the students read the
Amerimfz Obrerver, the weekly newspaper,
and report on the subjects of current inter-
est. Another interesting diversion from the
usual work is Student Government day, in
which elected seniors take civic offices. Typi-
cal of government classes is ,Mrs Sallie
Brown's room, as students listen to a report
by Alice Wagner.
LATIN, while not a spoken language, is still
one of the most important languages known.
It is the base of almost all modern lan-
guages, and becomes invaluable to the stu-
dent of literature. Besides translating stories
and writing short reports, Latin students dis-
cuss tales from Roman mythology, and read
the great Roman epics, the Aenierzl, and the
Ozfysrey, Latin pupils Ann Stromer, Harold
Wakeman, Robert Wight, Marjorie Kern,
and Phyllis Rummel look at a painting of
Ceasar, done as a project.
tudents Attain Poise Throu il CLASS Participation
In SECOND-YEAR TYPING class, Marilyn
Trinklein and Sharon Flynn are engrossed
in a speed test. Their goal is accuracy, neat-
ness, and a speed of at least 50 words per
JUNIOR ART or LIVING students, Sally
Sorgatz, Ruth Herman, Alice Pero, Char-
lotte Leddy, and Marion Haubenstricker read
the Vogue magazine as a source of informa-
tion on fashions, one of the class projects for
AGRICULTURE students, Lyle LeCronier,
Arden Clare, Bob Wegner, and Richard
Popp select research material from a map
in Mr. Howard Lytle's class. This class is an
aid in helping boys to become better farmers.
IN MACHINE SHOP class Lyle LeCronier
and Rohert Schuette inspect the mechanism
of a machine. This class prepares students
for home craft and aids in making a decision
for industrial work.
,IUNIOR GYMNASIUM CLASSES go through the exercises which are
a part of the physical education program. The girls are marked on
the number of exercises they can do, neatness, and general class
participation. This class meets on alternate days to art of living.
HoxiiiMARING CLAssEs, at the close of each
semester, have a party to display the "know
how" acquired in class. Here, Barbara
Haynes, janet Wootl, Madge Foster, Doris
LaLonde, Pat Sliwinski, Joann Schultz and
Shirley Suclcey, of Miss Norma Hile's foods
class, relax after their Christmas party.
IN CRAFTS CLASS, Madeline Nelson, Janice
Bovay, Don Stricker, james Enzer, and jack
Guttowsky weave rugs. Such projects are
exhibited in the hall display cases.
ART CLASSES decorate the school Christmas
tree in the front hall for the holiday season.
Other projects include posters, showcase dis-
plays, charcoal drawings, and water paint-
ings. Left to right are: Ralph Teenier, on
the ladder, Arlene Seehase, Patricia Dice,
M IscIIAN1cAI,. DRAWING class leads students
Conrad Seidel and Ronald Krueger into
drafting intricate designs. This work pre-
pares the students for industrial work or
further architectural study.
LIBRARY is the study period for all Hillites. The two libraries on
either side of the auditorium accommodate about 210 students each
period. Here, Malcolm Hopper gets assistance from Mr. Harve Light,
as Frank Jank does some concentrated study.
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tutlent Interest is Furtllered Through CLUB
The LATIN CLUB strives to create an interest in old Roman life
as well as to increase interest in Latin through their rank raising
pcint system. Club oHicers are TERRY ANDRE, secretaryg RUTH
GLASS, BARBARA RICHTER, point chairmeng GLORIA DUWE, treas-
urerg MARJORIE CAMPBELL, president, and MARY D. HOLMES, vice-
The GERMAN CLUB members combine their school loyalty with
their money making project and come up selling loyalty pins. The
special interest of this group is that of creating interest in German
and providing the opportunity to enjoy it. LORRAINE SCHLEIMER,
secreraryg ROBERTA BAUSTERT, president, JUNIOR WASHERQ MRS.
COILA BULLARD, adviserg and JOHN RUPP are leaders of this
The ARTS-DRAMATICS CLUB presents several plays each year
for the purpose of bringing out talent and encouraging interest in
dfamatics. Here club oliicers JANE LEE, vice-president, WILLIAM
GALARNO, secretaryg and CHARLES MANSKE, president inspect one
of the many costumes in their wardrobe.
FUTURE RETAILERS Oli AMERICA CLUB acquaints prospective
Clerks with the modern methods of selling. JOAN KLEIN, vice-presi-
dent, and CARL MILLER, president. lead this progressive group.
The SPANISH CLUB year is climaxed by the all-school dance,
the Sombrero Swing, which is the product of the cIub's desire to
create intdrest and understanding for Spanish ways and customs.
Hard workers here are oflicers JACQUELINE WATT, presidentg
LAURA MUIRHEAD, vice-president, DOW TUNIS, treasurer, NANCY
MACK, secretaryg and DONNA KYES, point chairman,
FRENCH CLUB activities include those of making pom-poms for
the Thanksgiving Game, and promoting interest in French. Plans
for the annual sale of pom-poms are uppermost in the minds of
LOIS KLEMM, secretaryg HELEN NEIDERSTADT, presidentg SHIRLEY
LAMPEL, treasurer, BEVERLY KRUEGER, advertising agentg and
MARY D. I-IOLMEs, vice-president.
The BOC CLUB provides opportunity for musically talented stu-
dents to shine before an appreciative audience. The initial letters of
band, orchestra, and- choir provide the name of the organization
headed by MR. EARL D. BURNETT, adviser, NANCY SCHOTT, treas-
urerg DONNA HATHAWAY, secretaryg and PATRICIA LYTLE, president.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CLUB was Organized to en-
courage students to enter the teaching profession. ROBERT BRANDT,
treasurer, NANCY ROBERTS, vice-president, DICK CROOKS, president,
and JACQUELINE WATT, secretary, go over the national program.
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CL B Offer Guidance in Leadership and Cooperation
BIOS LOGIA CLUB in its effort to further the knowledge of
biology, each year presents an all-school dance, "Bugs Ball." Deco-
rations are bugs of all descriptions created in gigantic proportions.
MARY ELLEN BAUKUS, pfCSiCl6I1t, TERRY ANDRE, EIEZISLIICIQ NORMA
RAVAS, and ELSIE FISHER, vice-president, have a look at a piece of
standard equipment: a microscope.
The FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA CLUB is part of a
national organization, and as such participates in state and national
activities. The officers of this agricultural organization for boys are
LOVELL KAIN, president, HERBERT KUTSCH, vice-president, and
ARTHUR KUTSCH, treasurer. Paul Vasold, secretary, is missing from
ALCHEMISTS CLUB honors girls excelling in chemistry and aims
to further this interest. Their meetings alternate study and recrea-
tion. The oiiicers are MARY D. HOLMES, vice-president, BARBARA
OLSON, president, and MARILYN CAMPBELL, secretary.
HI-Y CLUB aims to create, maintain, and extend high standards of
Christian character throughout the school and community and
meets with inspirational leaders and recognizes the outstanding
sophomore boy with a trophy. Socially, the club acts as a co-sponsor
for after-game dances. CHARLES MANSKE, vice-president, LOUIS
REINKE, SGCIEFSIYQ RUDOLPH SCI-IMITT. U'62.SLII'Cf, CHARLES WIESE,
president, are the olificers of this organization.
RIFLE CLUB members meet for enjoyment of the recreation. They
attempt to teach the safe and correct use of lireatms. PAUL WO' -
FEILQ RONALD BEAN, president, MR. BRYANT WILSON, sponsor, and
DONALD MEYER, vice-president, Watch JACK BINDON, scorer, and
CARL MEYERHOLT, treasurer, prepare to shoot.
The FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS organized to create a better
understanding between the school and employers hy sponsoring
talks by business men for interested students. Charter members of
this newcomer to Arthur Hill's organizations are ALICE MEYER,
CLEO HULL, ROBERT LYONS, 2.I1Cl MARGARET ELLITHORP.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA CLUB is a chapter of
the national and state organization by this name. Its program pro-
motes every responsibility of the homemaker. Club members elected
NANCY MEEHLEDER, president, DIXIE EMERSON. secretary, DORO-
THY SCHLUCKEBIER, vice-president, and NORMA MAAS, treasurer.
The CRUCIBLE CLUB honors boys who are outstanding in chem-
istry. lnitiations and home meetings take place every other week.
Ofiicers of this group, the Oldest continuous club at Arthur Hill, are
CHARLES KNOOP, vice-president, WILLIAM WASHABAUGH, presi-
dent, and JEROME LAKE. secretary.
The BOWLING CLUB provides another recreation for girls. Some
of the members who journey to Parkland Lanes each Thursday are
MARION WACKER. secretary, and EDNA DIBNBR, president.
Y-TEENS CLUB aims to help girls to know themselves better and
to serve others. This group is the largest club at Arthur Hill.
Y-Teens present an award annually to the outstanding sophomore
girl, and co-sponsor after-game dances. Club olticers are KAY
KRUEGER, vice-president, BETTY BROCKWAY, president, and CAROL
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HUC Enriches School Life Through Publ
The Band under the direction of Mr. Earl Burnett is on hand for the Armistice and
Memorial Day Paratles, the Spring Concert, the Band Bounce, and school athletic activities.
The student director is Donald Butts. Members are, top mzzf. fefz to right, EDWARD BEYER-
LEIN, WILLIAM CASE, RICHARD LA DOUCE, DONALD PASEL, GERTRUDE VENENIA, DONALD
BUTTS, GEORGE ZINK, WILI.ARl5 TESSIN, RICHARD MATHIEWSON, ROBERT WIGH'f, DONNA
HATHAWAY, RONALD BRONNER, FRANKLIN KERN, JACK BINDON, HAROLD BOWMAN,
l-IARVIEY HAUBENSTRICKER, CHARLES KERN, DOLORIES HUFF, AUGUST LAESCH, BERNARD
BOLT, BEVERLY SMITH, PAUL HINKIN, IDTVJI VON'-, KENNETH MURPHY, ROLLYN LI.EWEL-
LYN, IRENE MAURER, BIARIE XVALTER, KATHLEEN MARKS, ELERIEDA BYER, JO ANN
PRUYNE, CONNIE JAQUITH, JOAN KLEIN, HARRY VEITENGRUBER, ROBERG KLUIVIP,
LAURENCE LOISELLEQ 161201711 VU!!! INIARGARET MARK, GERALDINE BOW, SALLY SORGATZ,
SALLY YARIVIUTI-I, LAURA INIUIRHEAD, MARIAN GALBRAITH, MARION HAUBENSTRICKER,
SALLY SOUDERS, INIAURICE RUSHLOW, JAMES KEARFUL, MARCELENE METIVA, HOWARD
SMITH, BEVERLY S'I'.CLAIR, JEAN SLINKARD, btlflfllll VOM". RONALD BRIELICH, RUTH GLASS,
PATRICIA WAIER, MARILYN AVERY, WILLIAM BIRDSALL, BETTY WESTOVER, LOIS BERNTHAL,
Orchestra members provide musical entertainment for assemblies, plays, the Spring Concert,
Band Bounce, and community programs. The members are, third row, left to right, ROBERT
LESCELIUS, ARLEEN ELDRED, RICHARD SHULER, PATRICIA VURDURES, THOMAS CATES,
NORMAN GROSS, XVILLIAM CASE, DONALD PASEL, ROBERT TRINKLEIN, and MIRIAM BISHOP,
186072111 1'0lt'. BARBARA ROUSH, JOAN WEITZA. BARBARA HARRIS, KATHLEEN MARKS, CONNIE
JAQUITH, JOE SAUVIE. GLENN BELLINGER, DAVID VANCE, LAURA MUIRHEAD, MARIAN
GALBRAITH, 3.Dd INIARGARET MARKS, ff!! 70111, ROBERT KNOWLES, DONALD BUTTS, JEAN
PRUYNE, PATRICIA PHILLIPS, BETTY TUKE, ALDEAN WILTSE, ALICE STOLPER, aflcl LOIS
The Mixed Choir, Linder the direction of Miss Rachel MacMillan blend their voices
together at the Christmas Pageant, Spring Concert, and at various assemblies. They are,
mp row, lefz lo righzn CHARLES MANSKE, HAROLD NEEDHAM, RUSSELL KARP, WALTER
TRIER, ROBERT KRAGENBRINK, TOM HUNTER, RICHARD CROOKS, EDWARD MORGAN,
ROBERT KLUMP, GENE FOX, XVARREN BENNETT, JAMES KARPICKE, CHARLES HISE, ROSS
JONES, MAYNARD VERNON, ihfflf 7'0ll', DALE BIELBY, DONALD BECKER, ANDRIS RONIS,
JOHN MOORE, LYLA BRAILEY, CANDACE KAISER, LOIS LEBSCH, ROSE MARIE SHANNON,
MARLENE EICHLER, EVELYN HOFFMAN, CAROL KNISLEY, GRETA MYERS, IRENE CANTUQ
JECOHIZ FOZN, LEILAH GEHRIG, DELORES CLARK, BARBARA BIESSEL, CAROL RICHMOND,
MONA SCHWALM, SALLY FAIR, CAROLYN BECHTEL, LILLIAN POPP, DONNA FLOETER,
MARGARET JOHNSON, JEAN SAVAGE, BETTY NEUMAN, ELAINE BUEHLER, DOZZOIIZ I'0ll'.
THELMA HASSEN, CECILIA BASHANS, LILLIAN HEINZE, LORRAINE MERRIAM, DONNA
BROWN, JOANNE SEDXVICH, ELAINE LOVE, ROSANN ALSGAARD, GRACE OTTO, FRANCES
HORN. The student director is ROBERT KLUMP and RICHARD cROOKs and JEAN WESTOVER
The Girls' Choir is in popular demand with outside organizations. The members are, top
VON". left to ffghf, JANET KRZYANIAK, ROSALINE BLUHM, KATHLENE SPINDLER, LORRAINE
GOODEMAN, SHIRLEY SINIITH, BETTY HOLLIS, MARLENE CONKLIN, MARY MILLER, LILA
BAILEY, SHIRLEY RISEALY, JANICE PELOQUINE, JOYCE LE VINGE, and VERNA FROST,
18607761 1'01ll, PAT BUDDY, DOREEN DOYLE, JOYCE LANDON, CAROLE CLAYTON, DONNA
AVERY, ROSEINIARY EVERT, SUE SCHAUBEL, JOAN WEITZ, LORRAINE WEGNER, BETTY
WOOLGAR, JOANNE DOYLE, and BEVERLY FOLSOM, fl'llI'Ll YOW, SHIRLEY WADE, NORMA
CULVER, DORLENE TURNER, BONNIE CARP, JOAN ENZER, BETTY ZDROJKOWSKI, PATRICIA
GOINES, BARBARA RISDON, DELORES COMPEAU, LEAH ARRIAGA, BARBARA MILLER, afld
JANET ADER, bollom 7'0ZL', RITA VUDURES, MARY SIMMET, CHLOE AVERY, MARILYN
WEINBERG, LOIS SCHULTZ, SALLY VOLKER, ESTHER BIELBY, BARBARA HARRIS, PAT IVIAVIS,
and FRANCES DEE. Accompanying them is JEAN WESTOVER.
RICHARD CROOKS is senior accompanist impromptu-extraordinary.
DONNA FLOETER, choir soloist, rehearses for her appearance at the Christmas Pageant.
ROLAND TROGAN, leader of the Arthur Hill dance band, plays his Own composition, "Hymn
to Spring", which was sung by the choir at the Band Bounce.
DONALD PASEL carries the beat on his drums for the dance band at the "Bugs Ball."
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Each year at Arthur Hill, the dramatics department, under the
supervision of Mr. Stanley D. Schubert, presents two pageants-
Christmas and Commencement. For the two productions there are
three different scripts which are given in three year rotation, so
that when the student finishes his three year tenure at Arthur Hill
he has seen a total of six pageants.
The Christmas productions are Enzzmmzzel, A Chrirtmui' Carol,
and Why' The Chime! Rang.
In A Clorirtmur Carol two poor fund solicitors, TERRY ANDRE and
WILLIAM GALARNO, are met with an emphatic refusal from
tyrannical Ebenezer Scrooge, ROLAND TROGAN, while the impover-
ished employee, Bob Crachit, HENRY MARKSBURY, works indus-
Tiny Tim has just finished his immortal words, "God bless us , . .
everyone!" and the Crachit family prepares to drink the toast.
They are MARY PACKARD, DOROTHY PRESSPRICH, JOHN WEBEIK,
ROBERT WOLITGRAM, MIRIAM BISHOP. and HENRY MARKSBURY.
a-Curricular Drawing Cards
Amerim The Bfflllllifllf, One World, and The Four Freedomr are
the pageants used for Commencement Exercises.
Students who served as the spirits of Religion, Agriculture,
Education, Welfare, Science, and Enterprise, in last year's pageant,
America The Beamfifzzl. were RUTH KLAMMER, RUTH GLASS,
ROBERTA MAC GREGOR, KAY DABBERT, BETTY HARTLE, LORRAINE
AVERY, and MARLEN12 TRIER.
Over tea, KATHERINE TUNIS, DOW TUNIS, CAROL REAMS, DONALD
CAMERON, and SUZANNE RUPP humorously discuss the grouchy
Members of the Crachit family, DOROTHY PRESSPRICH, HENRY
MARKSRURY, MARY PACKARD, ROBERT WOLFGRAM, qhiddenb and
MIRIAM BISHOP, attempt to cheer one another after the death of
Tiny Timg as RUTH GLASS, the spirit, and ROLAND TROGAN,
Scrooge, look on.
Golden J ubileel
DRAMATIC Means Enjo ment for Both udience, Actor
SMILIN' THROUGH, the 1950 senior play, concerned two old
men, a pair of young lovers, and the appearance of a ghost. Prin-
cipals of the cast shown here are, left to right, ROLAND TROGAN,
HENRY MARKSBURY, MARY D. HOLMES, MARCIA MITTS, Zlllll
RICHARD CROOKS. Other members of the cast were Lois Klemm,
WEATHER CLEARING, an intricate "whodunit", was the Arts-
Dramatics Club play. Pictured are, left to right, TOM BANNING,
EUGENE MERTZ, RUDY SHIFFMAN, CAROL REAMS, and SUZANNE
RUPP. Other members of the cast were Terry Andre, Charles
Manske, William Galarno, Rosann Alsgaarcl, Larry Eynon, Ruth
Glass, John Clark, and Donald Cameron.
Charles Manske, Betty Brockway, Rudy Shiffman, Rosann Alsgaard,
Terry Andre, Robert Brantlt, Suzanne Dengler, William Galarno,
Carol Hurst, Patricia jahns, jutly johnson, Ruth Klammer, Dan
Learnetl, Eugene Mertz, Greta Meyers, Helen Neiderstatlt, Jack
Oze, Nancy Roberts, and William Washabaugh.
Family pride was involved in the play IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE,
a revival for Arthur Hill, clue to the wager rnarle by two business
competitors concerning their sons' success in the commercial world.
Here WILLIAM GALARNO is elated over a publicity stunt, while
TERRY ANDRE and MARY PACKARD are dubious. Others in the play
were Rucly Shiffman, Lois Klemm, Henry Marksbury, Don Springer,
Dick Kostoff, james Karpicke, Ruth Glass, Bernard Bolt, and
Music, peecll, Acting Combine for BA D BOUNCE
Rockettes from 1949 Band Bounce are, left to right, DONNA
GULLIFOR, JANE XVEBER, RONNA GOLZ, GERRY DREYER, CAROLE
DILL, and JOANNE SPRUNGER.
Another Band Bounce number featured GERRY DREYER in a fast
tap dance routine, "backed up" by the members of the 1949 Band
Members of the chorus open with a Tyrolean number, replete
with authentic costumes.
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BILL SANDS, known as the "Magical Gretonasf' gives his act with
the help of his assistant, SHIRLEY CHERRY. This was one of the
many features of the '49 Band Bounce.
Clowning comes natural for BOB BURDITT, JIM LIST, BOB SIMON,
DICK GUGEL, and CHARLES WIESE. Their act, a lan-ipoon of a
Barber Shop quartet, set the audience in fine fettle.
Members of the Dixieland Band, BILL MILLER, DICK CASE, TOM
COCHNAUER, JOHN R. STEWART, and VIC GRAUF interpret an
American jazz classic.
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The EW Holds Medalist, Gallup Award
MARILYN JAKES, editor-in-chief, with eighteen fellow seniors and
juniors, edited 14 issues of the Arthur Hill News which earned
Medalist rating from Columbia University's awards for the first
semester issues. ln the fall the News was the recipient of the 7th
consecutive Gallup Award.
Staff reporters ARNALEE CALLAN, NANCY LEE HAAR, ALICE
WAGNER. .IACQUELYN JOHNSON, MARILYN CAMPBELL, Lf10Ll
JANE MAC ARTHUR compare notes before embarking to cover their
daily beats. journalism students must have fifty inches printed
before they are recognized as staff members.
CARL FHUSSE, sports reporter, talks with sports editor OSCAR
KOEPLIN while typists Lois BHRNTHAL and RUTH KLAMMER pre-
pare copy for the printer.
Managing editor, HENRY MARKSBURY, and associates JOAN TESSIN
and MARLENI3 TRIER confer on page makeup. Henry was M.C. for
city school broadcasts of XVSAM and a delegate to the National
Scholastic Press Association convention in Chicago last November.
Editorial page editor LARRY PIKE, photographer CURTIS LEECE,
exchange editor NANCY GUY, feature writer ROLAND TROGAN,
photographer ALWYN HANSEN, feature editors AUDREY LLEWELLYN
and SALLY BUTTS receive instructions from editor Marilyn jakes
before making plans for the next issue. Larry was a delegate to the
National Scholastic press convention in Chicago. Sally was chosen
by the staff to be editor of the annual junior-Sophomore issue.
Bookkeeper CATHERINE PETERS advises advertising salesmen
HARVEY JACKSON and RUTHE FISHER on the cost of the paper.
Harvey and Ruthe spend many hours outside of school in Saginaw
business districts formulating the advertisements that finance the
newspaper. Ruthe was managing editor of the junior issue.
The L GE DA A ain Takes Top tate Honors
Quill :Intl Scroll, ll'llZQl'1l2lflOIl1ll joiiI'Ii:IlisIiI lifmor soeiely, luiiiori-il 1114- follow'
ins' Il1llDllf'2lTl0II students for outstniiiliiig work in journzilisniz Lois l4vi'nl1I'il.
Jean .Xian liuse. llione Biuller, Sully B1i1ts,IXrii:ileo f':Ill:1II. Mairilyn Viiiiiplit-ll.
1':irl IH-iisstl, lluilie Fist-lier, Nalin.-5' Guy. ,Xlwyn llnusi-ii, liallu-riiiv llai-vii-.
l,0ll .Xnn llenslt-V, Alnrilyii -lakes. Osram' Kueplin. lilzxino limIpliIig:oI'. Curt
1.1-wt-, Allillllll' Llewellyn, 'I't'tl Mainline-, llenry Xl2l'I'liHll1lI'j'. lloris Nliissm-r.
1':zllIi-riiitl 1'etvI's. l,:1x'ify Pike, Doris Rulilig, .Ioan 'I'essin, xl'II'l1'IIL' Ylll'll'l'.
and Rolziizil '1'rogiiii.
JEAN ANN BUSE, MARFIORIE CAMPBELL, LOU ANN HENSLER, and
DORIS MOSSNIER choose pictures for the activity section of the 1950
Legenda. Every school group or organization is pictured in the
ELAINE KOEPLINGER, DIONE BUTLER, and DORIS RUHLIG ClICCli
headlines on tlte dummy pages, the foundation of the Legenda.
JUNE FARRIELL and TWILA MOONEY identify pictures for the activ-
ity section while WILLIAM A. KLEEKAMP and ARLENE SEEHASE
work on copy for the sports section.
TED MAC RAE, as class chairman, plans layouts and edits copy. At
journalism Day at Michigan State College in October he was priv-
ilegecl to accept top state recognition of the 1949 Legenda. Ted was
delegate for Legencla to the NSPA Convention in Chicago.
KATHERINE HARVIE and DOROTHY NELLETT proof read advertis-
ing copy just back from the printers, while PAUL .IACQUISH takes
time out from snapping pictures to see how his work looks in print.
Typing, an important part in publication of this book, was done
largely by LOIS TRINKLEIN, CAROLYN REIN, and JOANNE HIMSEL.
LORRAINIE AvI?RY and JACK ARNDT alphabetize pictures of the 1781
students enrolled in school. The album section is one of the first
items to be completed in the publication ot the book.
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ld Grads, Hillites Mingle at HOMECOMI C
QUEEN MARILYN DITTMAR aI1d lIC1' attendants, BARBARA BERKOA
BEIN and JUNE HORN, reigned over the homecoming dance and
Band drum major RONALD BRONNER gives the traditional football
to queen MARILYN DITTMAR at the homecoming football game.
Attendants BARBARA BERKOBEIN and JUNE HORN observe the
Cheerleaders and the newly organized Pep Club lead Hillites in
cheers at pep sessions and all athletic events. The squad includes,
I0p IOWZ JOE FLORA, WARREN BENNET', DOW TUNIS, and BOB
BRANDTQ lJOEIOI'I'l IOWZ SALLY KEITH, JO ANN SPRUNGER, SALLY
BALBOMB, Hflcl NANCY LEE HAAR.
DON BECKER, hard-driving junior fullback, crashes over for a
touchdown in the dedication game with the Cosmos of Hamtramck.
Arthur Hill emerged with a 15-2 victory.
The marching band adds the strains of the national anthem to the
dedication ceremonies, while a crowd of 8.000 stadium fund
boosters watch in reverent silence.
Members of the Armed Services carry' the Stars and Stripes down
the gridiron to open the Arthur Hill Memorial Stadium Dedication.
The game commemorated the opening with a I5-2 win over
Leading the Grand March at the homecoming dance are: queen's
eourtiet SALLY MOSER and TED MAC RAE. attendant BARBARA
BERKOBEIN and RUDY SHIFFMAN, attendant JUNE HORN and
DON BELL, and queen MARILYN DIITMAR and JACK SEARS.
Hillites conclude the Homecoming celebration by mixing with the
old grads at the dance which followed a 41-6 victory over Bay City.
Line Coach GLENN MASON and yatdman MR. ALEX WAIER view the
cheering throng of students at the pep assembly prior to the Home-
coming contest, as they assure the team of their support.
An unidentifiable mass of Lumberjack and Trojan players tangle as
Arthur Hill meets Saginaw High in the Turkey Day game which
ended satisfactorily for all with a l3-15 tie.
Groundbreaking ceremony for the Memorial Stadium. MR. JULIUS
A. IPPEL turns the first shovel of soil, while MR. ROBERT CARL
VOGT, MR. HAROLD VOLLMER, and SUPERINTENDENT CHESTER F.
MILLER check the stadium plans, and MR. STANLEY SWIFT and
PRINCIPAL I. M. BROCK look on.
MRS. LEO HALEY uncovers the bronze dedicatory plaque to Arthur
Hill's 77 Gold Star Alumni, as MARY ELLEN BAUKUS, school presi-
dent PAUL HINKIN, MR. HUBERT HALEY and representatives of the
Arnged Services stand by, while the honor guard prepares to raise
MBERJACK GRIDD R Detlicate tadium With 15-2 Win
LUMBERJACK FOOTBALL TEAM concluded the '49-'50 season with at total of 5 wins, 3 losses and I tie and placed third in the Valley
COHfCl'6I1CC. T017 7'0ll'.' HEAD COACH KENNETH KELLY, GEORGE MC COY, ANDY ROBERTSON, WALLY TECHENTIEN, HOWARD TESSMAN,
DON PFUND, -IACK GUTTOWSKY, RANDY BRAMAN, KIM SCHRADER, LINE COACH GLENN MASON. FOZZTITL7 l'0ll'.' GERALD HARTLEY, TOIVI
HACKETT. JACK LARSON, JOHN LOBSIGER, DON MEHL, JOHN TAYLOR, JAMES JERGENSEN, JIM PACKER. Third row: JIM Fox, LAWRENCE
SALVI, JOHN LANDERYOU, IT121l'l2.g6l'. SBC07I!Il 7'0Il'.' HARVEY O'l'T, IHHHRQCF, DAVE JONES, HERB KUTSCH, DON EDXVARDS, VAL NVINIECKIE,
BEN WELLS, DON VOLZ. Bollom I'0LL'.' CARL DUBAC, DICK O'R1ORDAN, .JIM GLICK, HOWARD MAR'fIN, CARL DIENER.
' VALLEY STANDlNGS
IVOII Loi! Tied
an Flint Northern . . . . . . 5 l O
Flint Central .... . . . 5 l O
ARTHUR HILL . . . . . . 3 2 1
Saginaw High ... ... 3 2 l
Owosso ........ . . . l 5 O
Bay City .... ..............,......... 0 6 O
VARSITY SEASON RECORD
Sep. 16 Lansing Eastern . . . 14 ARTHUR HILL . . . . 13
Sep. 25 ARTHUR HILL .... I5 Hamtramck ...... 2
Sep. 30 ARTHUR HILL .... 33 Bay City Handy . . . O
Oct. 7 ARTHUR HILL ..,. 6 Owosso ......... O
Oct. l4 ARTHUR HILL .... 41 Bay City Central . . 6
Oct. 21 Flint Northern . . . 55 ARTHUR HILL . . . . l2
Nov. 4 Flint Central ..... l3 ARTHUR HILL .... 12
Nov. II ARTHUR HILL .,.. 27 Pontiac ......... 21
Nov. 25 ARTHUR HILL .... I5 Saginaw High .... I5
J. V. SEASON RECORD
Sep. 17 ARTHUR HILL .... 33 Bay City Hantiy . . . 7
Oct. l5 Bay City Central . . I9 ARTHUR HILL .... 0
Oct. 20 Flint Northern . . . 30 ARTHUR HILL . . . . 7
Nov. 3 Flint Central ..... 12 ARTHUR HILL .... 7
Nov. I0 Pontiac ......... 20 ARTHUR HILL .... I5
Nov. I8 Saginaw High .... 6 ARTHUR HILL ..,. 0
CLittle Brown jug Garneb
HOWARD MARTIN, guard, earned positions on All-State and All-
Valley first teams for his sportsmanship, performance, and skill.
BEN WELLS, end, was awarded All-Valley honorable mention.
VERNE HAWES, half-back, received All-Valley honorable mention.
DICK O'RIORDAN, tackle, was placed on the All-Valley second team.
40 '50 Legenda
CACERS Capture Eighth Valle Title in - ine Years
ARTHUR HILL . . 62 Bay City Handy. 55
ARTHUR HILL . . 50 Bay City Central 39
Saginaw High . 56 ARTHUR HILL . . 51
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ARTHUR HILL . . . . . IO 2
Bay City Central . . . . 9 .3
Saginaw High . . . . 7 5
Pontiac ..,.... . 6 6
Flint Northern . . . . 4 8
Owosso ....... . 4 S
Flint Central . . , 2 IO
The Lumberjack basketball team added 1 l wins to 3 defeats to bring the eighth valley title
in nine years to Arthur Hill. Top row. left lo riglazx ARTHUR KITSCH, NELSON WING, CARL
DIENER, JERRY EIRNEAUM, DICK CANSFIELD, COACH KENNETH A. KELLY. Middle '1'0llf', Jeff
to riglaz: JACK ALEXANDER, GLENN HOERNLEIN, PAUL HINKIN, JIM PREMO, VERNE
HAXVES, ANDY ROBERTSON, manager. Front row, left to right: CHUCK HISE, LLOYD YEO,
IIRED DONAGHY, BILL STRONG, JACK SEARS, and DON SIMON, manager.
VARSITY SEASON RECORD J. V. SEASON RECORD
Dee. 13 Midland . ..,.... ARTHUR HILL 31 Dec ARTHUR HILL Midland . . . . .
Dec. 16 ARTHUR HILL Flint Central . 51 Dee. ARTHUR HILL Flint Central .
Jan, 6 ARTHUR HILL Pontiac . . . . . 36 Jan. Pontiac ......... ARTHUR HILL
Jan. 10 ARTHUR HILL Saginaw ..... 49 Jan. ARTHUR HILL Saginaw High
Jan. 13 Owosso .....,... ARTHUR HILL 50 Jan. ARTHUR HILL Owosso .....
jan. 17 Bay City . . . ARTHUR HILL 47 Jan. ARTHUR HILL Bay City . . . .
Jan. 20 ARTHUR HILL Flint Northern 37 Jan. Flint Northern ARTHUR HILL
Feb. 5 ARTHUR HILL Flint Central . 45 Feb, ARTHUR HILL Flint Central .
Feb. 10 ARTHUR HILL Midland ........ 38 Feb. ARTHUR HILL Midland ....
Feb. 14 ARTHUR HILL Flint Northern 43 Feb. ARTHUR HILL Flint Northern
Feb. 17 ARTHUR HILL Owosso ..... 58 Feb. ARTHUR HILL Owosso .....
Feb. 21 ARTHUR HILL Saginaw . . . 60 Feb. ARTHUR HILL Saginaw High
Feb. 24 ARTHUR HILL Pontiac . . . 47 Feb. ARTHUR HILL Pontiac . . . . .
Feb. 28 ARTHUR HILL Bay City .... 44 Feb. ARTHUR HILL Bay City .....
PAUL HINKIN, leading scorer for two sea-
sons, established a state-wide reputation with
his hook-shots and notched an all-time place
in fans' memories.
GLENN HOERNLEIN, first-string forward,
proved to be a clutch player this year, com-
ing up with last-minute baskets that spelled
victory for the Hills.
JIM PREMO was a standout on defense with
his strategic passing and levelaheaded play-
WIM ERS Capture State Runner- P Title
STATE SWIMINIING ARTHUR
VALLEY STANDINGS MEET ARTHUR
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Bay City """ 6 O ARTHUR HILL 25
ARTHUR HILL . 4 7 ' ' ' ' ' ' ARTHUR
, I ' ' Battle Creek . . . . . . 24 Bay City
Polmmc """' 2 2 Grosse Point . . . . . . 24 ARTHUR
Flint Central . . O Royal Oak I A I - - 1 24 225353
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Members of the 1950 Varsity Swimming
Team, State runners-up, compiled a season
record of 8-2. Top row, left lo right, DON
MOREY, BOB DUST, TOM CAWLEY, JIM
MATTHIES, BILL HOLLOWAY, BOB LYONS,
PAUL KRAUSE, coach DAVID A. GAINEY. Bol-
mm row, left to right, DICK SAUER, MERRILL
WILLIAMS, BEN WELLS, captain DICK HAINES,
BOB MEIER, DICK DREWYER, BOB KNOX,
..,...43 BattleCreek... ..4l
.......56 Pontiac...... .. 32
43 ARTHUR HILL .. .. 40
63 Flint Central .. 25
......56 Jackson......- --32
43 ARTHUR HILL .. 41
.. ...64 BayCityI-Iancly... ..2-4
.. 63 Pontiac ....... , .. 25
.. 58 Flint Central .. 26
.. iiyg BatrleCreek .. 2895
PAUL KRAUSE, freestyler, swam the 100-yrd
freestyle and a lap of the freestyle relay.
Captain DICK HAINES, the team's most ver-I
satile swimmer and outstanding leader,
placed in two events in stare meet.
TOM CAWLEY, state diving champion, re-
mained undefeated all season against the
BOB LYONS, breast stroker, swam his spe-
cialty in the medley relay.
JIM MATTHIES, breast stroker, was a member
of the medley relay team which placed sec-
ond in the state meer.
DICK SAUER, all around swimmer, specialized
in individual medley and won his third
TRACK, CROSS-COUNTRY Prove Individual Fortitude
The 1949 Cross'Country Team ran the haz-
arclous two-mile course to take a fourth
place in the Valley. Top row, left to right,
Manager ROBERT HEIDGER, JACK FOOTE,
HAROLD BOWMAN, ELDON FORD, OSCAR
KOEPLIN, and Manager WILLIAM BRUTONQ
bottom row, ARTHUR BULL, ROBERT GAR-
RETT, DALE SIMPSON.
The 1950 Track Team went into a season of
competition with a number of returning
lettermeng top tow, DICK O'RIORDAN, ELDON
FORD, GORDON SPENCER, PETER HERVEY,
WILLIAM KESSEL, and OSCAR KOEPLINQ sec-
ond row, JOHN MAURER, LYLE HUFF,
BYRON HILL, RICHARD ARMSTRONG, GERALD
WENDELL, and DONALD VOLZQ bottom row,
WILLIAM ROWELL, ERWIN SEBALD, JAMES
MARTIN, CHARLES COLBY, and WILLIAM
CROSS-COUNTRY SEASON RECORD
ARTHUR HILL .... . 25 Pontiac .........
Flint Central .. . . 24 ARTHUR HILL . . .
ARTHUR HILL . . . 27 Flint Northern . . .
Saginaw ...... . 26 ARTHUR HILL ....
ARTHUR HILL . . . 20 Bay City Central . .
ARTHUR HILL .... . 21 Midland ..............
Valley Meet ARTHUR HILL Fourth Place
State Meet ARTHUR HILL Seventh Place
1950 VARSITY TRACK SCHEDULE
Saginaw-River Rouge events .... ..... T here
Flint Northern-River Rouge events ......, There
Rouge Relays ............,.... .... A nn Arbor
Flint Central . . .
Mt. Pleasant Relays . . .
Regional . . .
Non Gracl . . .
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Won Lost April Huy LllIj'iS1IL!'IIlilXY llligh
April 2.1 I'UIIlI:lI'+S2lfIlIl2lXY lligh
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2 :OO ILIII.
Another Flint Central boy completes the
circuit to add to his team's score. The home
team contributed 4 runs for Arthur Hill.
The I949 Baseball Team Hnisheci the sea-
son with a tally of 6 wins, 3 defeats to take
fourth place in the Valley.
The 1949 Golf Team played their home
meets at the Saginaw Country Club course.
The squad, under the direction of Coach
DAVID GAINEY, inclutlecl, lefz to riglaz, TED
AUNGER, DALE LA GARIE, TOM SPENCE,
BUD MARKS, FRED WARD, BILL STRONG,
DICK KOSTOFF, STAN SHEYER, JOHN
KUFLEWSKI, HAROLD BUXMAN.
With the opening of the municipal tennis
courts, Arthur Hill boys seize the opportu-
nity for league play, and Coach George
Purdy is greeted by a large turnout of hope-
fuls. They are, top row, left to right, Coach
GEORGE PURDY, KIM SCHRADER, RONNIII
IELLIS, JIM VOELKER, HAROLD RUX, GERALD
TED BRAUN, RON-
DON ADAMS, DAN-
iei. L12ARNEng Franz muy BOB NICKODEMUS,
JACK SMITH, XVILLARD BLACK, JERRY
KIEKBUSCHQ Jemmf rouk.
ALI! GREILICH, FRED
COOPER, JOHN TAYLOR,
1949 BASEBALL SEASON RECORD
.XKIIIIIR Illlili .. 3 Uxxosso ...,.., ..
Flint Nurlllern . .. I .XII I HUII I' l.I, ..
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1950 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
April 24 Buy City llnnily 'I'ln1rv
April 27 Flint Xrn'lIn-rn Theri-
Mny 1 Hay City Ilunmly Hert-
Blzxy 4 llwosso Here
Nlily 11 Buy City IIUIIIITII Ilerz'
May 15 Saginaw Here
Many 1:4 Pontizxe Here
Ilfny 25 Szigimxw There
June 2 Flint Central There
1950 TENNIS SCHEDULE
.XR'I'lIlllI llll,L at Flint t'4-ntrgnl
I'ontiu:' :xt .XRTIIUR IIILI.
.XR'I'lll'li llll.l, at Bay f'itv
Ayntl its .XRTI-ICR Illlili :lt Owosso '
May 12 Flint NU'I'lllC'l'II ni. ARTIIUIC Illlili
May 209 liupgionul '9
Huy 25 Iiny City all .IIITIIUR IllI,l.
May ZH .XIITHIIR IIll,l. :lt Pontinr'
June 2 State TOIITIIIIIIICIII
GIRLS' SPORT Provide Intramural Competition
Soft ball is the only girls' intramural sport held outside. Members of
the winning team ate, top row, left to right, DOROTHY NELLETT,
MARIANN BURNELL, BETTY ANDERSON, DELORES CLARKQ flTOI1t
row, JANET PABST, SUE BOLGER, JUDY SCHABERG.
Volleyball champions ate, top row, left to right, BONNIE BROWN-
LEE, KATHERINE SCHULTZ. GEORGIANA SCHMIDTQ front row, JEAN
STRACI-IEN, GLORIA DUWE, JEAN DORN.
Basketball runners-up are, top row, sHARON PODLECK1, JUNE EUR-
EACK, DOREEN BONNELL, MARY sCo'rTg front row, VERNA BOLGER,
DELORES Meieiz, YVONNE PETRE, MARY Fares.
Girls who have earned 200 points during their three years at Arthur
Hill are entitled to an AH letter, Letterwinners are, top row, left
to right, JOYCE MILLAR, GLORIA DUWE, JOAN DAVIS, JOYCE
MC CLUREQ f1'OI1t LOW, DOROTHY NELLETT, DELORES CLARK, BETTY
ANDERSON, DESSALEE BURCH, MYRA MC CLURE. f
Another sport in the girls' intramural league is basketball, This
season's winners are. top row, MARLENE CONKLIN, SUE BOLGER,
JANET PABSTQ front row, DOROTHY NELLETT, ELSIE FISCHER,
Taking the runners-up spot in volleyball are, top row, DOROTHY
NELLETT, EMILY GRAHAM, MAIJELINE NELSON, CHLOE AVERYQ
front FOW, SHIRLEY STOKUS, RUTH ANN SOVVATSKY, JOAN DAVIS,
CL B HILLIT -A lVleetin Place and Pleasant Diversion
Dance Band members under the direction of ROLAND TROGAN provide the music at the
Bugs' ball. Band members are, left to right: TED ABBENANTE, BILL ROWELL, KEN HUNTER,
MAURICE RUSHLOW, BOB KINGSBURY, DON PASEL, TOM GOCHNAUER, BERNARD BOLT,
DAVE HOLLAND, RUDY FRENCH, and BILL KRAUSE.
Whether you come to dance, play games or just watch, everyone is welcome at Club
Hillite. The crowd mills about the dance floor at ease.
Club Hillite "Big Thirteen" members JIM
PACKER, BILL WASHABAUGH, BETTY BROCK-
WAY, CHARLES MANSKE, JANET WAG-
GONER, and JERRY LAKE redecorate tables
to be used by Club Hillite. Other members
of the committee are Sue Willets, Kay
Krueger, Pat Dice, Edna Diener, Jim
McKenna, jack Smith and William Klee-
kamp. This steering committee supervises
and plans all Club Hillite parties with the
assistance of different advisory helpers each
Before the Cranberry Creep, DICK CANS-
FIELD, CHARLES MANSKE, EUGENE MERTZ,
ROBERT GARRET, and WILLIAM KLEEKAMP
try to guess the number of cranberries in the
jar. These boys are only a few of those who
clamored to win the turkey given to the
person who came closest to the right answer.
JERRY MATSON and his opponent engage in
a game of ping pong. Cards, checkers, and
other games may be enjoyed at every Club
Hillite. Students go to the host and check
out games, and then return them.
Dance Band vocalist, NANCY BOYER, sings
for an appreciative audience.
Biology Club students work on the decora-
tions for the "Bugs' Ball." They are SALLY
BAILEY, JANE WEBER, DONNA HATHAWAY,
and MURIEL LIEFFERS.
At the Sophomore Party, BILL BIRDSALL,
JOHN KURTZ, MARY PATERSON, GEORGE
STEWART, BARBARA ALDRICH, GEORGE
BRANT, and their friends pass the time with
a game of cards.
Taking time out for refreshments at the
coke bar during the Sophomore Day Party
are, left to right: SALLY BALCOM, ERIEDA
DAKOSKI, JO ANN CLARK, JOAN GILLION,
VIRGINIA WOOD, KATHERINE SCHULTZ,
BETTY PLACKEWICZ, and BARBARA HARRIS.
With her back to the camera is JEAN
Sombrero Swing guests are HERMAN GIE-
ROW, HAROLD I-IARTL, GERALD BLOHM,
GEORGE BAIN, WILLIAM VOIGT, JAY HUB-
BLE, and HARRY DUWE. They joke over a
friendly game of cards.
IOH WEEK is a Time of Mixed motions
FAY CUTHBERTSON, LEE QUICKSELL, afld MARY LOU O,DONNIELl.,
stop in front of the trophy case to chat about the many activities
of senior week.
After having been measured in February, seniors call for caps and
gowns at the opening of senior week.
After three years of thirty-live minute lunch periods in the cafeteria,
seniors and their guests settle down to the dinner served them there
before the Prom.
1950 seniors look forward to their graduation as LLOYD YEO
measures FRANK POMMERVILLE for his cap and gown,
Calling cards make memories of fellow students lasting. Exchanging
C8.1'dS RTC JOAN SMITH, BETTY TRIPPENSEE, MATILDA TODOROFF,
LEONARD THOMAS, PAUL BEACH, Hilti HARRY JONES.
During the grand march, JOYCE DYE and her escort form the arch
for ELAINE BUEHLER and IERNST GRABOWSKI.
E IOR EK is the Grand Finale of High School Life
An unending line of GRADUATES form in the gym before the
At Baccalaureate ceremony, DR. HENRY W. FISHER speaks to
graduates. This service is conducted on the Sunday of graduation
Seniors line up in preparation for the Grand March, the last dance
of the Senior Prom. Lamont Corp provided music for the '-19 Prom.
To the music of "Pomp and Circurnstancen SENIORS march in
and take their place at the Senior Assembly. Here they bid under-
classmen goodbye by reading the class will and prophesy.
Senior Prom, the social climax of senior days, is enjoyed by seniors
and their guests on the Monday of graduation week. This is the
only formal school dance of the year.
Commencement, the hnal activity for seniors, takes place at the
Saginaw Civic Auditorium. Here diplomas are distributed and
seniors become alumni of Arthur Hill.
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H0 ORS Add Aura of Distinction to Achievements
1949 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS .
American Legion Scholarship
Senior Tuesday Musicale to
North Central College at
North Central College, Naperville,
Senior High Tuesday Musical
Kiwanis scholarship to
Saginaw Panhellenic Used at
Saginaw University of Michigan
Central Michigan College of
Education, Mt. Pleasant
University of Michigan
Arthur Hill Scholarship
Michigan State College of
Houghton School of Mines
for a new car
National Methodist Scholarship
Used at Northwestern
Bay City Jr. College
S 50 cash
Sl-10 a year
F51 4 0 a year
Tuition S2 4 0
82,000 - any
S400 a year
Ruth Ann Haist
Ruth Ann llaist
Ruth Ann llaist
Elaine Nehl, Doris Spear,
Kae Waskoviak-State Dept. of
James List, Marjorie Cramer,
Luella Krafft, Mary Ann Suino,
Dorothy Ahrens-State Dept. of
Paul Ja quish
1949 GRADUATION HONORS
The Big Three on graduation night accept
the congratulations of Principal I, M. BROCK.
Left to right are DAVID BROWNE, whose
award of the Ippel Cup comes as the climax
of an active high school career, MARJORIE
CRAMER, who won the Arthur Hill Otto
Roeser S1000 scholarship for the highest
scholastic standing of those competingg and
EDWARD THOMPSON, an eight-letter man,
whose athletic prowess won him the Univer-
sity of Michigan Plaque.
BEST SENIOR GIRL CITIZEN
LORRAINE AVERY received the Daughters of
American Revolution award for being
elected by her classmates and teachers as the
best senior girl citizen.
Sophomore trophies honored SALLY BUTTS
and BRENDON WELLS last May at awards
assembly. The honors are awarded to the
outstanding boy and girl of the sophomore
class by the Hi-Y and Y-Teens Clubs in
token of their citizenship, leadership,
scholarship, and participation in extra-curric-
JAMES LIST, son of a World War Veteran,
received the American Legion Cash Scholar-
ship. Mr. Joseph W. Ramsey, a Legion rep-
resentative, presented the award.
tate, ational Recognition Comes to Hillites
TED MACRAE, a national winner, won a
Medalist Rating in the spring Quill and
Scroll editorial contest on the United Na-
MARILYN JAKES was a first place regional
winner in the Editorial Contest of Quill and
Scroll for the East Central States Division.
DONALD CAMERON, AUDREY LLEWELLYN,
HENRY MARKSBURY, LARRY PIKE and ROL-
AND TROGAN won honorable mention in
the East Central States Division of Quill
and Scroll in the Editorial Contest. Larry
also received an outstanding achievement
award in editorial writing from Michigan
DIONE BUTLER placed third in the city wide
Auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars essay
MARCIA MITTS won three gold keys in the
regional Scholastic Art Exhibit.
JAMES MC LEAN and SALLY MEEHLEDER
received an honorable mention in the re-
gional Scholastic Art Exhibit.
JACK OZE and JAMES WEGNER won honor-
able mention in the 38th annual Woman's
Club Art Contest.
JEAN WILTSE placed first in the sculpturing
division of the Woman's Club Art Contest.
RALPH FRAHM is the 1950 winner of the
Dekalb Award, which is presented to the
outstanding future farmer of Arthur Hill
ARTHUR BULL, DUANE FOX, and RALPH
FRAHM were three of the 150 future farm-
ers in the state who received the award of
"State Farmer." They were competing with
over 20,000 Michigan future farmers for
RONALD BEAN received a distinguished rifle-
man presentation, highest award of a junior
rilieman. He also received a gold medal in
the May 9, 1949, Detroit Time: boys' novice
division of the William R. Hearst shoot.
RUTH ANN GLASS placed second in the clari-
net competition at the State Music contest.
RONALD GREILICH, clarinetist, took third
place at the Lansing meet.
ROBERT KNOWLES won first place in violin
at the State Music contest at Lansing.
BEVERLY SMITH took second place in the
trombone contest at Lansing.
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National Honor Society
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY claims eighty-three members chosen for their scholarship
character, service, and leadership during the three years of high school.
Marry Ellen Baukus
John Wayne Charlton
Mary D. Holmes
Mary Frances Horn
Mary Ann Strait
HALL 0F FAME
Each year the senior class elects by popular vote the members of their class toward whom they feel the
friendliest. This year's Hall of Popularity echoes with the hello's of twelve seniors. For them neither
studies not activities were taken too seriously to rob them of that lighter touch of popularity. The elect are,
fin! row: LORRAINE AVERY, TOM CAWLEY, MARY ELLEN BAUKUS, and PAUL HINKINQ recom! row: BETTY
BROCKWAY, GLENN HOERNLEIN, MARILYN DITTMAR, and BILL ROOKERQ third row: MARY D. HOLMES,
JACK SEARS, SHIRLEY KLEIN, and DAVID VANCE.
F CE . . . THERE RE LOT MORE OF 'EM TOD Y
From twelve teachers to a faculty, cafeteria, and maintenance
staff 76 strong . . . from 225 students to 1781 . . . these are
the changes five decades have wrought in the Legenda count-
enance of the Lumberjacks. Style in clothes and hairdos have
changed these 50 years, but still each Hillite face is friendly
In the first Legenda the student body was pictured in four
group pages . . . modern Hillites occupy 38 panels of indi-
vidual poses. Gone are the odd-shaped senior pictures and
the accompanying quotations taken from English literature.
Now the activities in which a senior participates speak for
his accomplishments. Pictures, like styles, have changed
through the years.
MR. RAYMOND W. MORROW, assistant principal, has charge of clocks,
keys, lockers, and attendance. He also serves as boys' adviser, Service
Club adviser, and faculty cabinet secretary.
MISS ETHEL A. PETERSON, dean of girls, helps the girls solve their
problems, and has charge of Arthur Hill's social calendar, scholar-
ships, college enrollment, student nurse schedule, and Club Hillite
MISS ELLEN G. GREEN, cafeteria manager, has charge of the senior
dinner and student cabinet dinner. She also is faculty social com-
MR. JAY SHOEBRIDGE, maintenance head, with his staff keeps the
building and grounds neat and attractive.
As Advisers: FACULTY Hel. Plan chool Life
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Miss ELo1sE BAcoN-Biology, Assembly,
Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement
Pageants, Faculty Social Committees. MRS.
NANCY HARDEN BAXTER-Speech, English,
Assembly Program Committee Chairman,
Forensic Coach, Homecoming, Sophomore
Day Committees, Senior Class Assembly Di-
rector. Mlss HELEN BEESON-English,
Usher Supervisor, Christmas, Commence-
ment Pageant, Faculty Social, Assembly
Committees, Teachers' Club Publication.
MRS. HELEN M. BEYER-Homemaking,
FHA Adviser, Assembly, Band Bounce,
Christmas, Commencement Pageant Com-
mittees, Clinic Adviser.
MRS. SALLIE M. BROWN-Social Science
Department Head, Junior Class Adviser,
Faculty Cabinet. MRS. CoILA START BUL-
LARD-German, Geography, German Club
Adviser, Band Bounce Committee, Som-
brero Swing Assistant, Teachers' Credit
Union Director. MR. EARL D. BURNETT-
Band, Orchestra, Library, Music Department
Head, BOC Club, Dance Band Adviser,
Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement
Pageant, Pep Meeting Committees, Senior
Music Chairman. MRS. M. MARIE CRIT-
TENDEN-Shorthand, Typing, Transcription,
Band Bounce Publicity and Programs, School
Miss MATTIE G. CRUMP-Journalism,
English, Quill and Scroll Adviser, Publica-
tions Director, Publicity Committee Chair-
man, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant,
Homecoming Publicity and Programs, Bul-
letin Board, Service Honor Roll Board. MR.
BEN O. DAMBERG-Mechanical Drawing,
Band Bounce, Assembly Committees. MR.
OHM E, DAX--Social Science,
Christmas Seal Sales Chairman, Caps and
Gowns, Senior Prom Committees. MR.
ALBERT G. DERSCH-Chemistry, Science
Department Head, Alchemist, Crucible Clubs
Adviser, Assembly Committee, Teachers'
Miss MARY MARGARET DOIDGE-Girls'
Physical Education, Girls' Athletic Director,
Pep Club Adviser, Assembly, Caps and
Gowns, Sophomore Day, Pep Meeting, Fac-
ulty Social Committees, Cheerleaders' Su-
pervisor. Miss BERNICE M. FRANCIS-
Social Science, P-TA Membership Drive,
Senior Prom Committee, Sombrero Swing
Assistant. MISS CATHERINE FURBEE-
Speech Correction Coordinator. MR. DAVID
A. GAINEY-Art of Living, Library, Swim-
ming Coach, Commencement Committee,
MISS AMY A. GATZ-English, Mathematics,
Commencement Announcements, Assembly,
Commencement Committees. MISS BURNICE
R. GIBBS-Social Science, Assembly, As-
sembly Program, Faculty Social Commit-
tees, P-TA Demonstration Program. MR.
HAROLD W. GIESECKE-Mathematics De-
partment Head. MRS. FRANCES M. HAMLIN
-English, Assembly Program, Caps and
Gowns, Christmas Pageant Committees, Band
Bounce Business Manager.
As Teachers: F CULTY how Wa to Knowled e
Mlss VIRGINIA C. HARPER-Art Depart-
ment Head, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag-
eant Committees, Hall Display Cases, P-TA
Card Parry, Senior Class Table Decorations,
Michigan State Art Education Association.
Miss NORMA HIL -Homernaking,' FHA
A viser, ommencement Pageant, Senior
Prom Table Decorations. MISS FRANCES
HINRICHSEN-Head Librarian, Caps and
Gowns, Faculty Social Committees. MRS.
BETTY HORTON-Crafts, Band Bounce,
Christmas Pageant, Senior Prom Commit-
tees, Hall Display Cases.
MRS. MAR JORY JAcoBsoN-Mathematics,
French, French Club Adviser, Band Bounce
Ticket Sale Chairman, Senior Prom Chair-
man, Caps and Gowns Committee, Teach-
ers' Club Representative. MISS EDITH R.
JENSEN-Biology, Bios Logia Club Adviser,
Faculty Social, Senior Prom Committees,
Teachers' Club Executive Board Member.
MRs. RACHEL JEROME-English, Caps and
Gowns, P-TA Membership Drive Commit-
tees. MR. KENNET A. Athletic
Director, Bas et all, Football Coach, Track
Assistant, Library, Commencement, Pep
Meeting, Senior rom, Publicity Commit-
MRS. MABEL N. KING-Sales, Co-ordina-
tor, Student Store Manager. MISS MARY '
LEWIS-Art of Livin ' Sop omore Class
Adviser, Sophomore arty Committee Chair-
man, Sophomore Day Director, Assembly
Program Committee, Faculty Cabinet, P-TA
Card Party. MR. HARVE C. LIGHT-Psychok
ogy, Commencement Committee. MRS.
HELEN M. HUNT LOEFFLER-English,
Assembly, Senior Prom Committees.
MR. HOWARD H. LYTLE-Agriculture, FFA
Adviser, Assembly Committee. MR
M -English, American istory. MR.
GLENN . ASON-Physical Education,
Track Coach, Football Assistant, Commence-
ment Arrangements, P-TA Card Party, Pot-
luck, Assembly, Pep Meeting Committees.
Miss RACHEL MCMILLAN-English, Vocal
Music, Baccalaureate Music Director, BOC
Club Co-adviser, Band Bounce, Spring Con-
cert, Christmas Pageant.
Miss CONSTANCE A. MCWETHY-Art of
Living, Arts-Dramatics Club Assistant, Bowl-
ing Club Adviser, Assembly Program, Sopho-
more Party, Christmas Pageant Committees.
Miss CORA HELEN MORGAN-Spanish,
Spanish Club Adviser, Sombrero Swing
Chairman. Miss DoRoTHEA R. MOUNTZ-
English, Y-Teens Adviser, Faculty Cabinet,
Assembly, Senior Prom, Sophomore Party,
Christmas Pageant Committees, Commence-
ment Ushers. MR. SEYMOUR MURPHY-Att
of Living, Football, Basketball, Track As-
sistant Coach, Audio-Visual Education Di-
rector, Assembly Committee.
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MRS. JUNE O'DELL-English, Spanish,
Spanish Club Assistant, Sombrero Swing
Assistant, Senior Prom Committee, Red
Cross Chairman. MISS HELEN OLMSTED-
English, Spanish, Y-Teens Assistant, Band
Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pag-
CHRIS, Sombrero Swing, Football Queen's
Court Committees, Teachers' Representative.
Miss RUTH E. PATOW-Latig, English,
Latin u ssistan, ssembly, Christmas,
Commencement Pageant Committees. MR.
A. A. PIERITZ-General Shop, Commence-
ment Arrangements, Senior Prom Commit-
MR. KENNETH C. POULSON-CHO picturep
Physics, Faculty Cabinet, Assembly Super-
visor. MR. R. GEORGE PURDY-Social Sci-
ence, Commencement, Senior Prom Ticket
Committees, Teachers' Club Representative.
Miss UNA M. ROBERTSON-Mathematics,
Faculty Cabinet, Senior Rings and Pins,
Band Bounce Ticket Sales, Commencement
Committees. MR. STANLEY D. SCHUBERT
-English, Dramatic Director, Arts-Dramat-
ics Club Adviser, Stage Crew Supervisor,
Display Cases Supervisor, Flowers for Senior
Activities, Homecoming Assembly Assistant.
lVlR. ERIC E. SENN-Social Science, Com-
mencement, Caps and Gowns Committees.
MR. ROBERT H. SHORNEY-C011ll'I16ICl8.lQ
Band Bounce Committee. MISS F. ALISON
SPENCE-Commercial Department Head,
Teachers' Club Representative. MRS. RUTH
E. STEPHENS-Commercial. MR. C. D.
STEWART-Social Science, Assembly, Bancl
Bounce, Caps and Gowns, Commencement
Arrangements, Homecoming Dance Com-
mittees, Noon Supervisor, Faculty Cabinet.
MRS. MARY STEWART--Social Science,
P-TA Teacher Vice-President, P-TA Mem-
bership Drive, Family Potluck, Assembly,
Faculty Social Committees. MISS IRMA
STOCKDALE-English Department Head,
Senior Class Adviser, Commencement Ar-
rangements Chairman, Caps and Gowns
Committee, Faculty Cabinet. MISS GERT-
RUDE E. TURNER-Latin Department Head,
Sophomore Party Committee, Latin Club
Adviser, Teachers' Club Representative. MB.
AME F. UL -Mathematics, Hi-Y Ad-
viser, Foot all, Track Assistant, Assembly
Supervisor, Floor Director.
MR. WILLIAM L. VONDETTE-Social Sci-
ence, Library, Baseball Coach, Football As-
sistant, Commencement Arrangements,
Senior Prom Committee, Noon Supervisor.
M World Hist . MISS
HRISTINE A. WEBB-Englislig F-TA Card
Party. MR. B. G. WELLS-Bookkeeping,
Band Bounce, Senior Prom Committees.
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MAINTENANCE Keeps Hills Happ and Comfortable
MR. BRYANT S. WILSON-Social Scienceg
Commencement Arrangementsg Rifle Club
Adviser. MRS. LORNA L. ZIEGLE -HQIQI-g
making Depar ent ea , Coordinatorg
FH7FCi11b Adviserg Senior Prom Commit-
reeg Faculty Cabinet.
MISS DORIS K. FRYE-Secretary. Miss
HELEN E. STORCH-Stenographer. MISS
SALLY LA BRAKE-Clerk. MISS VIOLA
MRS. MARGARET CASEY-Cook. MRS.
PEARL LEGARIE-Cook. MRS. MINA Mc-
CARTY-Cook. MRS. NOREEN SCHLUCK-
MRS. MATILDA SCHMIDTfCook. MRS.
MR. CLAUDE BURGESS-janitor. MR. ED-
WARD BUZA-Engineer CNO Pictureb. MR.
WILLIAM CRELLER-Janitor CNQ Picrurej .
MR. CHARLES H. DUWE-janitor. MR.
HOWARD JEFFORDS-Janitor. MR. CHARLES
MR. RAYMOND P. NELSON-Fireman. MR.
LAWRENCE A. NOTIER-Janitor CNo Pic-
turej. MR. FRANK J. NYE-Janitor. MR.
DAVID M. REED-Fireman. MR. ALEX-
ANDER WAIER-Grounds Supervisor. MR.
WILLIAM WESCOAT-Janitor CNo Pic-
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1950 E IOR are AH's Citizens of the Half Century
THEODORE L. ABBENANTE, 214 N. Granger-Band, Orchestra, Dance Orchestra, Band Bounce, Class Chairman. PAUL R. ABLER, 1334
Malzahn-Advisory Vice-President. FREDERICK L. ACKER, 722 N. Porter-Baseball, Football. DONALD H. ADAMS, Route 41-Sophomore
Party Committee, FFA Club, Football, Track, Letter Winner. IRENE CLARA ADOLF, 1622 Maine-Advisory Treasurer, Band Bounce,
Usher, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner. ANN MAE AKERLEY, 129 John-Pep Club. DORIS JANE ALBERTS, 1420 Cypress
-Advisory President, P-TA, Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club, Red
Cross Volunteers, Class Chairman.
MAURICE WILLIAM ALDRICH, 1703 Williamson-Class Chairman. ROSANN ELIZABETH ALSGAARD, 2738 Witrers-Advisory P-TA, Seal
Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Pep Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Junior Play, Librarian,
Usher, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball. RAYMOND CHARLES ANAMAN, 4390 lnclianrown Rd. BETTY JOSEPHINE ANDERSON, 316 Porter
-Advisory Vice-President, Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Class Chairman. CLARENCE L. APSEY, JR., 707 Hickory-Baseball. RONALD V.
ARDINOVICH, Route 1, Burt-Track. JACK ROBERT ARNDT, 414 Elm-Advisory President, Treasurer, P-TA, Class Chairman, Legenda.
DONNA JEAN AVERY, 2319 Barnard-Advisory Secretary, Pep Club, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants,
Class Chairman. LORRAINE MARIE AVERY, 2114 Vermont-Advisory President, Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative, P-TA, Red Cross
Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, BOC, Y-Teens Secretary, Pep Club, Debate, Declamation, Oratory, Orchestra, Band Bounce,
Commencement Pageant, Usher, Legenda, Sophomore Cup, DAR Award, Forensic Key. MARCIA LOU BAASE, 2786 Hermansau-FHA
Club, Commercial Award. PAUL BAKER, JR., 1915 W. Michigan. JACK R. BARBER, 3318 River. ROBERT EUGENE BARBER, 3318 River
-Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants. LOUIS R. BARKO, Route 1, Freeland.
HOWARD DUANE BASNER, 1717 Ottawa. ELIZABETH R. BASTIAN, 2202 Stark-Club Hillite Representative, Seal Sales Chairman, Band
Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Junior Play, Commercial, Music Honors. JOAN M. BAUDOUX, State Rd. DOROTHY ANN BAUER, 2508 N.
Washington-Biology Club Treasurer, Bowling Club Secretary, Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Volleyball, Basketball,
Baseball, Letter Winner, Usher. YVONNE J. BAUKNECHT, 4078 Ann-Baseball. MARY ELLEN BAUKUS, 5435 Gratiot-Advisory
Treasurer, Club Hillite Representative, P-TA Chairman, Biology Club President, Bowling, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball,
Baseball, Letter Winner, Usher. ROBERTA ANN BAUSTERT, 1740 N. Michigan-Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Biology,
Bowling, German, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Commencement Pageant, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner, Red Cross Volunteer,
Usher, Class Chairman.
CAROLYN K. BECHTEL, 2940 W. VERN, Burt-Pep Club, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Christmas Pageant, Band Bounce, Red Cross Volunteer.
THOMAS J. BECKER, 215 S. Alexander-Advisory Secretary, Christmas Pageant. SUSAN JOYCE BECKLER, 2463 Benjamin-Advisory Vice-
President, Seal Sales Chairman, Biology, Pep Clubs, Volleyball. DONNA JEAN BEECHLER, 1117 Cleveland-Band, Band Bounce. DONALD
EUGENE BELL, 1910 N. Fayette-Class Chairman, Football, Letter Winner. NVARREN STAIR BENNETT, 210 N. Bond-Pep Club,
Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Cheerleader. HAROLD M. BERGDOLT, Frankenmuth-Advisory President,
BARBARA E. BERKOBIEN, 5320 McCarty Rd.-Advisory Secretary, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Queen's Court,
Commercial Award, Class Chairman. LOIS LENORE BERNTHAL, Frankenmuth-Advisory Vice-President, Red Cross, Seals Sales Chairman,
Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Junior Play, News, Clinic Attendant, Librarian, Class Chairman.
MARVIN E. BERRY, 6775 Stroble Rd.-Sophomore Party Committee, Football, Track, Class Chairman. ESTHER ANNE BIELBY, 311 N.
Granger-Advisory Secretary, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Christmas Pageant, Red Cross Volunteer. BARBARA ELLEN BIESSEL, 1210 Davenport-
Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Music Honors. BARBARA LOIS BIRNBAUM, 2850 N. Michigan-Baseball. WILLARD JAMES BLACK,
1719 Union-Advisory President, Vice-President, Class Chairman.
ROSALINE JEAN BLUHM, 1831 N. Ames-Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Letter Winner. SALLY ANN BOLGER, 2112 Lowell-Bowling
Club, Clinic Attendant. ROSE ANN BOMMARITO, 2302 Durand-Arts-Dramatics, Bowling, Latin, Pep Clubs, Class Chairman. DANIEL
G. BORLEY, 2602 Adams Blvd. RUTH LOUISE BORNHEIMER, 10585 Dice Rd., Freeland-Bowling, Pep Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball,
Baseball, Letter Winner. LAURELLA ANNE BOSTWICK, 2415 N. Madison-Advisory Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative, P-TA
Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, FHA, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Junior Play, Volleyball, Baseball, Letter Winner, Usher.
GERALDINE JOYCE BOW, 5682 E. Genesee-Band, Band Bounce, Volleyball, Basketball, Letter Winner.
EMILY MARGARET BOYD, 814 Court-Bowling, Pep Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner, Legenda, Office Assistant, Student
Store Assistant, Usher, Class Chairman. CLARENCE B. BRAMAN, JR., 214 Perry-Projector Operator. RANDALL PAUL BRAMAN, 1723
Barnard-Advisory Treasurer, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Letter Winner. ROBERT A. BRANDT, 114 Gratiot Court. ROBERT JOHN
BRANDT, 5625 State Rd.-Advisory President, Arts-Dramatics, Hi-Y Clubs, Cheerleader, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Class
Chairman. HUGO EDOUARD BRAUN, JR., 525 N. Michigan-Advisory Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman.
JOHN L. BRAUTIGAN, 2116 Wood.
Golden jubilee! 59
Graduation Ceremonies Honored 26 E IOR in 1900
CAROL HELEN BREITER, 2636 Schaeffer-Advisory Treasurer, Bowling, Latin, Y-Teen Clubs, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Volleyball,
Basketball, Baseball, Usher, Class Chairman. DOLORES ANN BRENNEMAN, 213 N. Webster-FHA Club. JUDITH B. BRENNER, 203 S.
Porter-Advisory President, Vice-President, P-TA, Seal Sales Chairman, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Baseball, Class Chairman. NEIL H. BRIDGE,
JR., 2410 Van Wormer Rd. BETTY LOU BROCKWAY, 1933 Delaware-Advisory President, Treasurer, Club Hillite Representative, P-TA,
Seal Sales Chairman, Sophomore Party, Assembly Committee, Arts-Dramatics, Pep, Spanish, Y-Teen Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas,
Commencement Pageants, Junior Play, Queen's Court, Librarian, Red Cross Volunteer, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Usher, Class
Chairman. RONALD RICHARD BRONNER, Frankenmuth-Band Drum Major, Band Bounce, Letter Winner. ERMA ELAINE BROWN,
GWENDOLYN JEAN BROWN, 1712 N. Woodbridge-Advisory Secretary, P-TA Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Y-Teens Clubs, Christmas Pageant,
Junior Play, Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball, Letter Winner. MARCILYN RAE BROWN, 500 Tittabawassee, Zilwaukee-Bowling, Spanish Clubs,
Baseball. NORMA JEAN BROWN, 1715 Oakley-Red Cross Chairman, Baseball, Red Cross Volunteer. ANNA ELEANOR BROWNING, 4173
Green-Bowling, Pep Clubs, Choir. FRANKLIN D. BROWNING, 4173 Green. MARILYN MARIE BROWNLEE, 341 Sherman-Pep Club.
AGNES MAE BRUSH, 1920 Stone-Pep Club.
DALE A. BRUSH, 1235 S. River-FFA, Rifle Clubs. JAMES R. BRUSH, 2117 Emerick. RUTH BUCKINGHAM, 2615 Hermansau-Advisory
Vice-President, P-TA, Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Band
Bounce, Junior, Senior Plays, Debate, News, Legenda, Class Chairman. ALBERTA AGNES BUERKER, Route 1, Burt-Baseball. ARTHUR
NELSON BULL, 5510 King Rd.-FFA Treasurer, Cross-Country, Track, Letter Winner, Class Chairman, State Farmer Award. DESSALEE
DAWN BURCH, 1720 Durand-Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball, Letter Winner. ROBERT L. BURDO, Route 3, Freeland-FFA Club.
MAVIS DELORES BURNS, 544 Ruby-Pep Club, Clinic Attendant. NINA BUSCARINO, 2119 Mackinaw-Pep Club, Junior Play, Volleyball,
Baseball. JEAN ANN L. BUSE, 1221 Cass-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman, Bowling, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Band
Bounce, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner, Legenda, Class Chairman. ORVILLE M. BUSH, 2333 Diendorfer. DOROTHY DIONE
BUTLER, 1440 Hemmeter Rd.-Latin, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Legenda, Usher Lieutenant. DONALD ARTHUR BUTTS, Mackinaw Rd., Route 7-
Advisory Vice-President, BOC President, Treasurer, Pep Club, Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Track Team Manager, Letter Winner, Class
Chairman, Music Honors. MARILYN ANN CAMPBELL, 2020 Maple-Advisory Secretary, Treasurer, Club Hillite Representative, P-TA, Red
Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Bowling, Latin, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Christmas Pageant, News, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter
Winner, Class Chairman.
MARJORIE RUTH CAMPBELL, 335 Brockway Place-Advisory Treasurer, Club Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, Latin
Club President, French, Pep Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Legenda, Class Chairman. FREDERICK A. CARDINAL. 3335 Jackson, Carrollton.
ROBERT ALLAN CAREY, 559 Lutzke Rd.-Advisory P-TA, Seal Sales Chairman, Track, FRANCIS H. CARTIER, Route 2. GLADYS JEAN
CASE, 604 Hickory--Advisory P-TA Chairman. HELEN MARIE CASERTANO, 4194 Louise. THOMAS CAWLEY, 434 Gallagher-Swimming,
Letter Winner, Class Chairman.
THOMAS S. CHAMPAGNE, Route 41. JOHN WAYNE CHARLTON, 2518 Cecelia-Advisory President, Baseball, Class Chairman. BARBARA M.
CHEADLE, 505 N. Michigan-Pep Club, Class Chairman, lvlARILYN F. CHERRY, 2938 Jackson-Pep Club, Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball,
Letter Winner. SHIRLEY ANN CHRISTENSEN, 1003 N. Harrison-BOC, Pep Club, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce. WALLACE R.
CLARK, 425 S. Thirteenth-Advisory President, Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club, Basketball, Football, Letter Winner. FRANCES E.
CLINE, 2403 Deindorfer-BOC, Bowling, FHA Clubs, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball, Letter Winner.
MARY JANE CocHRAN, Freeland. CHARLES E. COLBY, 1200 Gratiot-Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman, Cross-Country,
Track, Letter Winner. COZETTE ANN COLEMAN, 106 Johns, Holly-Advisory Treasurer, Pep, Latin, Y-Teen Clubs, Choir, Girls' Chorus,
Band Bounce, Baseball, Basketball. DELILA JEAN COLPEAN, 679 N. River Rd., Route 5-Clinic Attendant. FRED M. COOPER, JR., 1591
S. Washington-Band Bounce, Class Chairman. KATHERINE ELLEN COSGROVE, 1316 S. Michigan-Band Bounce, Choir, Basketball, Clinic
Attendant, Librarian. EILEEN RUTH COTTRELL, 264 Lynn.
RICHARD D. CROOKS, 220 Harrison-Sophomore Party Committee, BOC Club, Band, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement
Pageants, Junior Play, Red Cross Volunteers, Music Honors. WILLIAM BRUCE CROSS, 308 Fraser-Sophomore Party Committee. KAY
ELEANORE DABBERT, 626 N. Bond-Advisory President, P-TA, Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Spanish, Pep Clubs, Red Cross Volunteers,
Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball, Letter Winner, Usher. JOANNE BETTY DANKERT, 3275 Bay Rd.-Bowling, Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs,
Baseball, Volleyball. ROBERT LoUIs DANKERT, 3275 Bay Rd. GERALD EUGENE DARBY, Route 3, Freeland-FFA Club. LOIS JEAN
DATTE, 2740 Shattuck-Clinic Attendant.
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PATRICIA M. DAvIEs, 2312 S. Harnilton-Basketball, Baseball, Class Chairman. MARTINAH. DAVIS, 7402 Davis Rd. MILTON G. DAVIS,
2776 Eddy. ROBERT H. DAVIS, 1815 S. Hamilton-Stage Crew. FRANCES DEE, 2622 Eddy-Pep Club, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant,
Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner, Usher. NANCY L. DEFORE, 425 N. Hamilton-Advisory Vice-President, Pep, Y-Teens
Clubs. VIVIAN JEANNE DEGROAT, 626 N. Oakley-Bowling, Pep Clubs, Clinic Attendant.
FREDERICK F. DEMAET, 2610 Cronk. PATRICIA ANN DENGLER, 315 Garden Lane-Advisory Secretary-Treasurer, Club Hillite Represen-
tative, Biology Club Vice-President, Latin, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Orchestra, Debate, Red Cross Volunteer, Songleader, Baseball, Basketball,
Class Chairman. SUSANNE MAE DENGLER, 1943 Avalon-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, P-TA, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club,
Junior Play, Red Cross Volunteer, Usher, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner. DOLORES ELLEN DETLOFF, 2425 Benjamin.
NEIL A. DETLOFF, 2425 Benjamin. PATRICIA G. DICE, 915 S. River Rd.-Bowling, Pep Clubs, Queen's Court, Usher, Class Chairman.
SHELLEY B. DICKESON, 5685 Gratiot-Advisory Treasurer, Pep Club, Basketball, Baseball, Class Chairman.
EDNA DIENER, 1104 W. Genesee-Advisory Treasurer, P-TA, Red Cross Chairman, Bowling Club President, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Red
Cross Volunteer, Student Store Assistant, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner, Art Award, Class Chairman. DOLORES ANN
DIETRICH, 5585 Hess Rd.-Bowling, Y-Teens Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball. RONALD E. DIETZEL, 122 N. Charles. MARILYN
RUTH DITTMAR, 575 Kennely Rd.-Advisory President, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics, Pep, Y-Teens
Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Football Queen, Red Cross Volunteer, Class Chairman. JOAN DOERFNER, 1923 Ethel-
Cno picturej-Arts-Dramatics, French, Y-Teen Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Usher, Class Chairman. FREDERICK JAMES DONAGHY, 2227 N.
Woodbridge-Advisory President, Pep Club, Red Cross Volunteer, Track, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner. JEANNE KATHERINE
DONAHUE, 837 Pleasant-Advisory Vice- President, P-TA Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club, Christmas Pageant, Oflice Assistant,
Commercial Award, Class Chairman. VERA ROSE DONNER, 1400 N. Madison.
JOYCELYN ANN DORR, 1485 Moore Rd.-Advisory P-TA Chairman, French, Latin Clubs, Red Cross Volunteers, Class Chairman. JOANNE
MARY DOYLE, 722 Throop-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman, FHA, Y-Teen Clubs. GERALDINE HELEN DREYER,
1830 N. Bond-Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramarics, Biology, Pep Clubs, French Club Vice-President, Band Bounce, Commencement
Pageant, Class Chairman. ROBERT JAMES DRUELLE, 6250 Stroebel Rd.-Class Chairman. KATHLEEN HELENE DUBAY, 4230 N. Michigan
-Band, Debate. VICTORIA ANN DUDOCK, 5602 Curtis Rd., Bridgeport-Y-Teen Club, Girls' Chorus. DEAN SPENCER DUFF, 135 Porter
-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, German Club, Class Chairman.
DELBERT ANDREW DUNGEY, 3670 Barnard Rd. HARRY CARL DUWE, 129 Goetz-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, German Club.
DONALD ELMER EDWARDS, 3429 Mackinaw-Advisory Vice-President, Assembly Chairman, Football Letter Winner. ROBERT C. EGBERT,
135 N. Park. BEATRICE JEAN EICHINGER, Frankenmuth-Commencement Pageant. MARLENE N. EICHLER, Burt-Girls' Chorus, Librarian,
Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball. ARLEEN MAY ELDRED, 1826 Arthur-Pep Club, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball.
MARY J. ELIZALDE, 1924 Syracuse-French Club. MARGARET MARIE ELLITHORP, 223 S. Hamilton--Advisory Secretary, Sophomore Party
Committee, Pep Club, Office Assistant, Basketball, Class Chairman. DIXIE LEE EMERSON, 3735 Carrollton Rd.-Advisory Red Cross
Chairman, FHA Vice-President, Pep Club, Red Cross Volunteer, Class Chairman. WILLIS T. ENSZER, 1903 Green-Advisory Vice-Presi-
dent, Junior Play. ROBERT G. EVANS, JR., 1112 N. Michigan-Basketball, Football, Track. ROSEMARY K. EVERT, 2260 Bay-Pep Club,
Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Class Chairman. REUBEN EWERT, 4010 S. Washington Rd.-Advisory Secretary, Red Cross Chairman,
Sophomore Party Committee.
THOMAS LEE FALLIS, 908 Court. LORRAINE S. FANGER, 2260 Shattuck-Advisory Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross
Chairman, Bowling Club Vice-President, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Legenda, Red Cross Volunteer. JUNE
M. FARRELL, 1842 Joslin-Legenda. ROBERT EDWARD FASSEZKE, 1590 N. Center Rd.-Spanish Club, Band. SAMUEL FIGUEROA, 2427
Carrollton-Baseball. RONALD L. FINKBEINER, 1352 Bay. DONNA JEAN FLOETER, 1216 State-Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce,
Christmas Pageant, Dance Orchestra Vocalist.
BUD FREDERICK FLORY, 2024 Glenwood-Sophomore Party Committee, Latin, Rifle Club, Team Manager. BARBARA J. FOBEAR, 1425
Birney-Advisory President, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Ofiice Assistant, Class Chairman. BEVERLY JEAN FOLSOM,
1021 Throop-Bowling, FHA, Y-Teen Clubs, Librarian, Volleyball. ELDON JAMES FORD, 1740 Barnard-Track, Cross-Country, Letter
Winner. DUANE R. FOX, Route 3, Freeland-FFA, Class Chairman. RALPH J. FRAHM, Frankenmuth-Advisory President, FFA President,
Football, Letter Winner. SHIRLEY J. FELLHAUER FRICK, 1727 Joslin.
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KENNETH LoUIs FRITZLER, 1843 Wood. VERNA M. FROST, Route 3,Freeland-Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band
Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Pep Club, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball. MARIAN BELLE GALBRAITH, 3815 King-Advisory Club Hillite
Representative, Band, Band Bounce. ROBERT C. GARRETT, 1463 Gage-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club, Cross-Country,
Track, Letter Winner. RUTH ELAINE GARRETT, Route 3, Freeland-Bowling, Y-Teen Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner,
Commercial Award. RUTH MARIE GARY, 5830 Cole Rd. WERNER MATHEW GEIGER, 4475 Bay Rd.-German Club Treasurer.
THEODORE RICHARD GENDRON, 300 Hess-Track, Letter Winner. SHIRLEY JEAN GIEEORD, 2405 Glenwood-Class Chairman. EARL
JOSEPH GILGINAS, 2997 Monroe-PFA Club. JOAN MILDREID GILGINAS, 3041 Jackson-Advisory P-TA Chairman. JAMES ROBERT GLICK,
617 N. Andre-Advisory Secretary, Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Baseball, Football, Track, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. EVELYN
FRANCES GOHM, 3524 Graebner Lane-Junior Play. RONNA MAE GOLZ, 2335 Shattuck Rd.-Advisory P-TA Chairman, Bowling, Y-Teen
Clubs, Band Bounce, Class Chairman.
ARDIS LAUREL GOSLIN, 4165 Emerick-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club, Baseball, Class Chairman.
KENNETH P. GRAEowsKI, 2621 Eddy-Advisory Vice President, Swimming Team. SALLY GREER, 1714 Annesley Cno picture.j WALLACE
GREER, 1714 Annesley Qno pictureb. RONALD A. GREILICH, 1716 Cooper-Band. NORMAN EDWARD GROSS, 3090 Bay Rd.-Orchestra,
Band Bounce, Track. DUANE CHARLES GROSSMAN, 1513 N. Charles-Pep Club, Class Chairman. CARLENE PATRICIA GRUTSCH, 819
Congress-Pep Club, Librarian, Store Assistant, Class Chairman. DONNA LEE GULLIFOR, 719 N. Woodbridge-Sophomore Party
Committee, Band Bounce, Volleyball, Baseball.
HELEN IRENE GUY, 1914 N. Woodbridge-Pep Club, Choir, Basketball, Baseball. NANCY MARIE GUY, 1915 N. Charles-Advisory
Secretary, Treasurer, Red Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Bowling, Latin, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Junior Play, News,
Red Cross Volunteer. JACQUELINE ANN HABECK, 2239 N. Ames-Bowling, FHA, Y-Teen Clubs, Commencement Pageant. RICHARD P.
HAINES, 1107 N. Michigan-Swimming Team, Letter Winner. DONALD DUANE HARBIN, 622 Cleveland-Pep Club. BARBARA JANE
HARRIS, 510 Alice-Y-Teens Club, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant. BETTY JEAN HARSHMAN, 590 S. River Rd.
-Advisory President, Treasurer, Class Chairman.
HAROLD W. HARTL, 2224 N. Ames-Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Red Cross Volunteer, Football. BETTY LOU HARTLE, 261 Graham-
Advisory Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Christmas,
Commencement Pageants, Class Chairman. KATHERINE ANN HARVIE, 1620 Hancock-Advisory Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Pep
Club, Legenda, Class Chairman. DONNA JEAN HASSE, 5367 Gratiot-FHA, Y-Teen Clubs. THELMA HASSEN, Route 2, Midland-
Advisory Secretary, Treasurer, BOC, Spanish, Y-Teen Clubs, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce. MARY LOU HEINE, 8425 Dixie Highway
-Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, FHA Club, Commencement Pageant. LILLIAN MAE HEINZ, 1939
Division-Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant.
JOSEPH L. HEITKAMP, JR., 2449 Hermansau-Advisory P-TA Chairman, Pep Club. PAULINE MARY HENRY, 2507 N. Oakley-Girls'
Chorus, Band Bounce, Clinic Attendant. LOU ANNE FRANCES HENSLER, 3087 N. Michigan-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Seal
Sales Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Bowling, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball, Letter Winner, Legenda, Librarian,
Songleader, Class Chairman. JIMMY LEE HERBIN, 2412 Durand-Advisory Secretary, Treasurer, Pep Club, Class Chairman. HAROLD JOHN
HERZOG, 1915 Wood-Orchestra, Band Bounce, Pep Club. WILLIAM E. HETZNER, 8085 Holland Rd. ROGER E. HEYN, 2911 Court-
FFA Club, Track.
BYRON D. HILL, 7817 Gratiot-Track, Cross-Country Letter Winner. JOANNE CAROL HIMSEL, 1309 State-Advisory Secretary, Red Cross
Chairman, Legenda, Class Chairman. PAUL E. HINKIN, 921 Lapeer-Advisory P.esident, Sophomore Party Committee Chairman, Student
Cabinet President, Pep Club, Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Commencement Pageant, Assembly Chairman, Sophomore Cup Co-Winner,
Basketball, Baseball, Cross-Country, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. BONNIE LOU HINTE, 1606 Lyon-Band, Band Bounce. CHARLES F.
HISE, S25 S. Weadock-Choir, Basketball, Football, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. CHARLENE JOYCE HOAG, 5270 Sheridan Rd.-
Advisory Secretary, Treasurer, Club Hillite Representative, Junior Play, Class Chairman. WERNER JOHN HOELBL, 1203 Stephens.
GLENN A. HOERNLEIN, 119 Trier-Advisory Vice-President, Basketball, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. ELEANORE HOFFMAN, 1522
Union Cno pictureh. EVELYN E. HOFFMANN, Route 1, Bridgeport-Pep Club, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Christmas, Commencement Pageants,
Band Bounce, Music Honors. DAVID R. HOLLAND. 2207 Adams Blvd.-Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Club Hillite Representative, Rifle
Club, Band, Dance Band, Band Bounce, Junior Play, Commencement Pageant, Class Chairman. GERALD E. HOLLINGSWORTH, 213 N.
Mason. PATRICIA ANN HOLLY, 825 S. Miller Rd.-Volleyball. ALLAN E. HOLMES, 2309 N. Bond-Advisory Club Hillite Representative,
Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Basketball, Class Chairman. MARY DRURY HOLMES, 119 N. Michigan-Advisory Club Hillite
Representative, Arts-Dramatics, French, Latin, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Junior Play.
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MARY ELLEN HOLMES, 1007 Monroe-Advisory President, Secretary, Arts-Dramatics Club, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Queen's
Court, Usher, Volleyball, Class Chairman. MARY FRANCES HORN, 1815 Lewis-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, BOC, Pep, Y-Teen
Clubs, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Junior Play, Christmas Pageant, Student Store Assistant, Usher, Class Chairman, Music Honors.
VERLIE JUNE HORN, 119 S. Andre-Advisory Vice-President, Treasurer, Sophomore Party Committee, Pep Club, Queen's Court, Class
Chairman. WILFRED R. HORNING, 1978 Ohio-Advisory Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman, Biology, FFA
Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Junior Play, Red Cross Volunteer, Art Award. JAY HUBBLE, 132 Graham Cno pictureb. ROBERT J. HUBER,
Route 43. DOLORES NAOMI HUFF, 2880 Olive-Band, Band Bounce, Junior Play, Christmas Pageant, Red Cross Volunteer, Class Chairman.
LYLE H. HUFF, 2880 Olive-Band Letter Winner, Band Bounce, Cross-Country, Track, Letter Winner, Class Chairman.
CLEO PEARL HULL, 2419 S. Niagara-Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Librarian, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Commercial Award. MARY
GERTRUDE HUNT, 2337 Phoenix-Miracle Book Club, Commercial Award. KENNETH W. HUNTER, 1733 N. Clinton-Advisory Vice-Presi-
dent, Band Letter Winner, Dance Band, Band Bounce. THOMAS L. HUNTER, Route 3, Freeland-Advisory President, Vice-President,
Club Hillite Representative, FFA President, Vice-President, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Stage Crew, Baseball Letter Winner,
Class Chairman. CAROL DIANE HURST, 825 Malzahn-Sophomore Party Committee, Biology, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Choir, Christmas Pageant,
Red Cross Volunteer, Volleyball, Baseball, Class Chairman. JAMES A. HUTFILZ, 561 Stoker Drive--Rifle Club, Football, Track. SALLY
JEAN IPPEL, 309 S. Webster-Advisory Secretary, Club Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, Band Bounce, Junior Play,
Senior Hostess, Class Chairman. '
JEAN ANN ITTNER, 2906 Wynes-Advisory Vice-President, Pep, YTeen Clubs, Spanish Club Treasurer, Office Assistant, Store Assistant,
Usher, Class Chairman. JEANNE H. lVERSEN, 1118 Court. VALERIA JABLONSKI, Bridgeport-Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Christmas
Pageant, Junior Play, Librarian, Store Assistant, Class Chairman. GERALD T. JACQUES, 2522 N. Bond-Band, Band Bounce, Class Chair-
man. PATRICIA LYNN JAHNS, 2115 Gratiot-Advisory Vice-President, P-TA Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Y-Teen Clubs, Band Bounce,
Christmas Pageant, Junior Play, Class Chairman. MARILYN JAKES, 1614 N. Woodbridge--Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics,
Bowling, Latin, Pep Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Junior Play, Debate, Red Cross Volunteer, Legenda, News Editor, Quill and Scroll President,
Writing Awards, Class Chairman. JOHN JAREMBA, 3364 Winter.
ROBERT L. JARLOCK, 4130 East-Latin Club, Band, Band Bounce, Red Cross Volunteer. MARY CALISTA JEROME, 2223 Court-Pep,
Spanish, Y-Teen Clubs, Commencement Pageant. ALLEN GOLDEN JOHNSON, Route 7-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, FFA,
German Clubs. DALE ROBERT JOHNSON, 6584 Baker Rd.-Advisory Vice-President. GERALD H. JOHNSON, 2001 Maplewood-Advisory
President, Sophomore Party Committee, Cross Country, Track, Letter Winner. IMOGENE BERYL JOHNSON, 120 Glendale-Commencement
Pageant, Class Chairman. JUDITH ELLEN JOHNSON, 823 N. Harrison-Advisory Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Pep,
Spanish Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Senior Hostess.
CHARLES F. JONES III, 2216 N. Charles-Advisory President. Ross J. JONES, 621 Ames-Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Choir, Christmas, Commence-
ment Pageants, Cross Country. CANDANCE ARDELL KAISER, 1806 Brenner-Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement
Pageants, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Store Assistant, Music Honors. RUSSELL G. KARP, 1503 N. Ames-Band Bounce, Football, Letter
Winner, Orchestra. RUSSELL L. KASSIN, 1620 N. Oakley. ELDEN LLOYD KAYLOR, JR., 4470 Brockway-Spanish Club, Class Chairman.
DALE EDSON KEANER, 2272 N. Ames-Hi-Y, Rifle Clubs, Track, Team Manager, Letter Winner.
BEVERLY JEAN KELLY, 2745 Tatham Rd.-Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Club Hillite Representative, Latin, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Librarian.
CHARLES HENRY KERN, Frankenmuth-Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Band, Commencement Pageant. FRANKLIN LORENZ KERN, Franken-
muth-Band, Band Bounce. WILLIAM WIECHMANN KESSEL, 12 N. Hannum Blvd.-Advisory President, P-TA Chairman, Hi-Y, Pep
Clubs, Cross Country, Track, Letter Winner. JOHN AUSTIN KINNEY, 923 Randolph. RUTH P. KLAMMER, Frankenmuth-Advisory Vice-
President, Red Cross Chairman, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Junior, Senior Plays, Class Chairman. WILLIAM ARTHUR KLEEKAMP,
4490 Brockway-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, Band, Band Bounce, Legenda, Cross Country, Football,
Team Manager, Class Chairman.
SHIRLEY JEAN KLEIN, 2727 Schaeffer-Advisory President, Vice-President, Sophomore Party Committee, Bowling, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Band
Bounce, Queen's Court, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Class Chairman. LOIS-ANN KLEMM, 1526 N. Michigan-Arts-Dramatics, Biology,
Bowling, Y-Teen Clubs, French Club Secretary, Christmas Pageant, Junior Play, Baseball, Class Chairman. MAXINE D. KLUCK, 2954 Jack-
son. CAROL G. KNISLEY, Bridgeport-BOC, Pep Clubs, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Senior
Play, Red Cross Volunteer, Letter Winner, Music Honors. CHARLES W. KNOOP, 627 Eleanor-Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Projector
Operator, Stage Crew. JOHN J. KOCIS, 1756 Burnham. OSCAR H. KOEPLIN, 1527 Wilson Rd.-Advisory President, Vice-President, Seal
Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, News, Cross-Country, Track, Letter Winner, Quill and Scroll, Class Chairman.
DORIS M. KOEPLINGER, 2022 Brenner--Advisory Seal Sales Chairman, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas
Pageant, Music Honors, Class Chairman. CLARENCE A. KOSTRZEWA, 360 W. Lynn-Advisory President, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Assembly
Committee, Basketball, Football, Baseball, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. ROBERT J. KRAGENBRINK, 3849 Mackinaw-Advisory Presi-
dent, Pep Club, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants. PAUL KRAUSE, 1002 Mackinaw-Swimming, Letter Winner.
B. PHILLIP KRAUSS, Freeland. JOANN DOLORIS KRAUSS, 1740 S. Westwood Dr.-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Bowling, Pep
Clubs, Class Chairman. KAY LUANN KRUEGER, 1710 S. Wlebster-Advisory Vice-President, P-TA, Red Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics,
Pep Clubs, Y-Teens Vice-President, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Senior Hostess, Class Chairman.
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DANIEL P. KUBIAK, 234 Lynn-Class Chairman. JOAN KUSHMAUL, 1204 N. Michigan-Advisory Seal Sales Chairman, Pep Club, Cheer-
leader, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. ARTHUR RICHARD KUTSCH, 7840 Dutch Rd.-FFA Club, Baseball,
Football, Class Chairman. HERBERT L. KUTSCH, 1365 Midland Rd.-FFA Club, Baseball, Football, Red Cross Volunteer, Class Chairman.
ALBERT JOHN KUTZBACK, 2106 Ring-Track. DONNA MAY KYES, 1503 Lyon-BOC, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball,
Letter Winner. JEROME GLENN LAKE, 135 Goetz-Advisory President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party
Committee, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Assembly Chairman, Junior Play, Red Cross Volunteer, Class Chairman.
DIXIE LEE LALONE, Route 1, Freeland-Arts-Dramatics, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Office Assistant. CLEO FLORENCE LAMPEL, 1304 Janes-
Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce. JOYCE B. LANDON, 1502 W. Genesee- Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Girls' Chorus. IDA MARIE LANG, 1803
Court-Advisory Treasurer, P-TA Chairman, Bowling. Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Band, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Christmas Pageant, Usher, Volley-
ball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner. LOIS JEAN LASHUA, 2522 Morgan-Advisory P-TA, Red Cross Chairman, BOC, Y-Teen Clubs,
Volleyball, Basketball, Commercial Award, Class Chairman. BETTY LOU LAUR, Route 1, Freeland-Advisory Treasurer, Girls' Chorus,
Christmas Pageant. GENEVIEVE MARIE LA ZIER, 4120 S. Washington Rd.-Latin, Y-Teen Clubs, Class Chairman. DANIEL CHARLES
LEARNED, 1025 Weiss-Advisory Vice-President, Debate.
CURTIS THOMPSON LEECE, 222 Storch-Rifle Club, News, Class Chairman. CHARLES RAYMON LEEDKE, 2250 Hemmeter Road. BETTY
ELAINE LEGGITT, 2025 Glenwood. ARTHUR MAYNARD LEINBERGER, 314 N. Granger. JOYCE ANN LEMMER, 127 N. Third-Pep, Y-Teen
Clubs, Clinic Attendant. DONALD ROY LEPPEK, Route 7. FREDERIC C. LICKTEIG, JR., 2671 S. Center Rd.-Advisory President, Vice-
President, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Football, Track, Letter Winner, News, Class Chairman.
ARLENE E. LIEBRECHT, 2205 Annesley-Latin Club. GILBERT MELVIN LIST, Route 4, Vassar. AUDREY RUTH LLEWELLYN, 1625 N.
Oakley-Latin Club Treasurer, Y-Teens, Debate, Forensic Association, Usher, News, Quill and Scroll, Writing Award, Class Chairman.
ROLLYN R. LLEWELLYN, 1212 Brockway-Band, Band Bounce, Letter Winner. LAWRENCE E. LOISELLE, 2321 Deindorfer-Band, Band
Bounce, Letter Winner. ELAINE JOYCE LOVE, 2337 S. Hamilton-Advisory Red Cross Chairman, FHA Club, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band
Bounce, Music Honors, Class Chairman. ARTHUR LUNBURGER, 314 N. Granger Cno picturej. NANCY LOU LUTTENBACHER, 5584 Dixie
Highway-Advisory Vice-President, Bowling, Pep Clubs, Choir, Baseball, Class Chairman.
JOHN F. LUXTON, 4340 S. Washington-MAdvisOry Club Hillite Representative, Football, Basketball, Letter Winner. ROBERT P. LYONS,
307 Saginaw-Swimming Letter Winner. PATRICIA LEE LYTLE, 3471 Mackinaw-Advisory President, Secretary, Treasurer, Vice-President,
BOC Club President, Y-Teen Club, Girls' Chorus. BARBARA CAROLINE MACFARLANE, 2345 Durand-French Club, Girls' Chorus.
ROBERTA JEAN MACGREGOR, 2323 N. Charles-Advisory Vice-President, P-TA Chairman, BOC, Latin, Pep, Y-Teens Clubs, Girls' Chorus,
Band Bounce, Commencement Pageant, Junior Play, Usher, Basketball, Baseball. JAMES W. MACMEEKIN, Center Woods, Center Rd.-
Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, Band Bounce, Basketball, Cross-Country, Swimming Letter Winner,
Art Award. ROBERT C. MACMILLAN, 1320 Hancock-Advisory President, Pep Club, Swimming Manager, Letter Winner.
EDWARD CHARLES MACRAE, JR., 1702 Court-Advisory President, Class Chairman, Football, Swimming, Letter Winner, PA Sports Reporter,
Legenda, News, Quill and Scroll, Writing Award. CHARLES LOUIS MANSKE, 3330 Adams-Advisory President, Vice-President, Club Hillite
Representative, P-TA Chairman, Seals Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Forensic Association, Arts-Dramatics President, Treasurer, Hi-Y Vice-
President, Debate, Declamation, Oratory, Assembly Chairman, Choir, Band Bounce, Junior, Senior Plays, Christmas, Commencement
Pageants, Red Cross Volunteer, Class Chairman, Speech Award, Arts-Dramatics Award. CHARLES WILLIAM MARKS, 215 S. Ninth. HENRY
CORLEY MARKSBURY, JR., 1407 Mackinaw-Advisory President, Assembly Chairman, Assembly Committee, Christmas, Commencement
Pageants, Junior, Senior Plays, News, Quill and Scroll, City Schools Minute Reporter, Class Chairman. DELORES MARTIN, 1806 Wood
-Pep Club, Clinic Attendant. HOWARD LEROY MARTIN, 1909 Tausend-Advisory President, Football, Track, Letter Winner, Class
Chairman. JAMES I. MARTIN, 2127 Mackinaw-Track, Letter Winner.
GRETA ESTHER MARX, 810 Shattuck Rdf-Advisory Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Pep, Spanish, Y-Teen Clubs, Junior Play. JIMMY
C. MATTHIES, 2330 Cooper-Advisory President, Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club, Swimming, Football Letter Winner, Class Chairman.
HARRY G. MAURER, 6120 Holland Rd. JOHN G. MAURER, 20 Hammond Rd.-Advisory Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative, Track
Letter Winner, Class Chairman. NINA C. MAURO, 3006 Glasby-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Spanish Club, Commencement
Pageant, Baseball. CATHERINE 1. MCBAIN, 2624 Longview-Advisory Treasurer, Club Hillite Representative, Choir, Band Bounce, Librarian.
MARY H. MCBAIN, 1806 Marquette-Bowling, Y-Teen Clubs, Commencement Pageant, Clinic Attendant.
PATRICIA MARIE MCCARTHY, 2903 Harrison-Y-Teens Club, Volleyball, Basketball. GEORGE ARTHUR MCCOY, 3147 Bundy-Football.
Track, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. DONNA LEE MCCREERY, Birch Run-Commencement Pageant. PATRICIA MARIA MCCULLEN,
1623 N. Madison-French, Spanish Clubs, Class Chairman. JAMES ROBERT MCDONAGH, 412 S. Bond-Advisory P-TA Chairman, Pep
Club, Class Chairman. JAMES F. MCKENNA, 723 N. Hamilton-Advisory President, Class Chairman. RAYMOND LEE MCLAUGHLIN, 1711
N. Madison. '
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1950 Finds AH E IOR Reaping ation Wide Honors
JAMES KENT MCLEAN, 2921 Douglas. DAVID JOHN MCMAHON, 1414 N. Michigan. RONALD W. MCNIVEN, Frankenmuth-Track, Class
Chairman. SALLY A. MEEHLEDER, 2988 Schaffer-Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Class Chairman. ROBERT HERMAN MEIER, 612 N. Mason-
Swimming Letter Winner. LORRAINE MARIE MERRIAM, 1733 Benjamin-BOC Club Secretary, Vice-President, Bowling, FHA, Pep Clubs,
Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Clinic Attendant, Librarian, Music Honors. FRANKLIN WILLIAM MERRICK, 2245 N. Woodbridge-
Advisory President, Club Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, Commencement Pageant, Senior Play, Class Chairman.
F. EUGENE MERTZ, 2422M Hermansau-Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Junior, Senior Plays, Stage Crew, Projector Operator, Track. RICHARD ARTHUR
MERTZ, 2210 Mershon-Basketball, Football, Track, Letter Winner. MARCELENE M. METIVA, Route 43-Advisory Vice-President,
Treasurer, Band Bounce, Commencement Pageant, Band Letter Winner. MARCENA M. METIVA, Route 43-Advisory President, Vice-Presi-
dent, Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball. DELORES ELIZABETH MEYER, 1538
Maine-Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Usher, Student Store Assistant, Commercial Award. ELMER H. MEYER, 1735
Kendrick-Class Chairman. CARI. L. MILLER, 2721 Douglas-RiHe Club.
ROBERT L. MILLER, 1667 S. River Rd.-Advisory Vice-President, Band Bounce. RICHARD E. MINER, 1906 Handley-Hi-Y Club. JOAN
MINGUS, 813 N. Oakley-Bowling, FHA, French Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball. MARCIA RICHARDSON Mrrrs, 1862 Ethel-P-TA
Advisory Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Bowling, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Debate, Class Chairman. DORIS HELEN MoNsEEs, 226
N. Eighteenth-French Club. TWILA DAWN MOONEY, 1321 Lyon-Advisory Secretary, Treasurer, Seal Sales Chairman, Spanish Club,
Legenda, Librarian, Basketball, Baseball. IRIS RAE MOORE, Zilwaukee-Class Chairman.
MARILYN JANE MORGAN, 1834 Bay-Advisory Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics Club, Christmas Pageant, Class Chairman.
SALLY ANN MOsER, Richville-Advisory Treasurer, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Pep Club, Debate, Assembly
Committee, Queen's Court, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Red Cross Volunteer, Service Club, Class Chairman. DORIS MARIAN
MOSSNER, 908 Shattuck Rd.-Bowling, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Legenda. MARION A. MOSSNER, Frankenmuth-Bowling, FHA Clubs,
Commencement Pageant. MARY LOUISE MUEHLENBECK, 2118 Bond. MARY HELENE MUELLER, 122 Lockwood-Advisory Secretary,
Treasurer, P-TA Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Latin, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Band Bounce, Class Chairman. LAURA DOROTHY
MUIRHEAD, 238 Snow-BOC, Y-Teens Clubs, Spanish Club Vice-President, Band, Band Bounce, Language Award.
YVONNE DELORES MUNROE, 230 Shattuck-Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Clinic Attendant, Volleyball, Class
Chairman. KENNETH W. MURPHY, 119 Reynick-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman, Band Letter Winner, Band
Bounce, Baseball Team Manager, Letter Winner. ALICE FAYE MYERS, 507 Gratiot-Pep Club, Volleyball, Baseball. GRETA LOU MYERS,
220 S. Harrison-Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Bowling, Y-Teen Clubs, Girls' Chorus, Commencement
Pageant, Senior Hostess, Red Cross Volunteer, Volleyball. HAROLD R. NEEDHAM. 2411 Deinclorfer-Advisory Club Hillite Representative,
Pep Club, Choir, Football, Music Honor. MARY CATHERINE NEUBAUER, 3340 Binscarth-Biology, Bowling, Y-Teen Clubs, Choir, Band
Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Music Honors. CAROL ANN NEUMAN, 1932 N. Ames-Y-Teen Club, Baseball.
JOYCE ELAYNE NICHOLSON, 1910 Jeffers-Bowling, Y-Teen Clubs, Volleyball, Baseball, Class Chairman. HELEN ELIZABETH NEIDERSTADT,
1021 Congress-Advisory Treasurer, Biology, Pep Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Usher, Class Chairman. JOHN A. NITZ, 704 N.
Michigan-Advisory President, Pep Club. THEODORE JAMES NITZ, 704 N. Michigan-Advisory Vice-President, Pep Club, Swim Team
Manager, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. EVA NOBLET, 3445 Mackinaw-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman,
BOC Club President, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Queen's Court, Red Cross Volunteer. JANE lVlARIE NORTHCOTF, 1012 N. Oakley-Biology, Latin,
Pep Clubs, Class Chairman. JAMES ARTHUR NORTHRUP, Route 6-FHA Club. .
JAMES ROY NOWACZYK, 2967 Monroe. BARBARA ANN OLSON, 2850 Hospital Rd.-Advisory Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Club
Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, Latin, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Senior Hostess, Class Chairman. ARBUTUS MALISSA
ORDWAY, 435 Swanson Rd. RICHARD DON O'RIORDAN. 1923 Clinton-Football, Track, Letter Winner. BEVERLY L. OWEN, 2531 Schaeffer
-Sophomore Party Committee, Bowling, Latin, Pep. Y-Teen Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Usher. JACK A. OZEGOVIC, 2207 W.
Genesee-Advisory Treasurer. RONALD MELVIN PACKARD, 1313 Reed.
JAMES EDWARD PACKER, 2129 N. Clinton-Advisory Vice-President. Seal Sales Chairman, Band, Band Bounce, Commencement Pageant,
Basketball, Football, Track, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. RUTH ALMA PAETZ, 1323 Cass-Advisory Treasurer, Club Hillite Representa-
tive, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics, Spanish Club, Band Bounce, Junior Play, Class Chairman.
Jo ANN A. PAQUETTE, 1910 Cherry-Advisory President, Treasurer, Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman. Bowling. Y-Teen
Clubs, Choir, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Class Chairman. MARGARET LOUISE PARISI, 2424 Durand-Advisory Treasurer, FHA Club,
Choir. DON L. PASEL, 717 Perry-Advisory President, Sophomore Party Committee, Band, Orchestra, Dance Orchestra, Band Bounce, Class
Chairman. JAMES MELVIN PATTERSON, 1932 Virginia-Baseball, Track, Class Chairman. BETTY LOU PAULUS, 3017 Harrison-Club Hillite
Representative, FHA Club.
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JEAN MARIE PEART, 1350 Fergus, Burt-Student Office Assistant, Office Assistant. JAMES EDWIN PERSON, 2511 Morgan-Advisory Vice-
President, French, Pep Clubs, Golf, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. CATHERINE ANNA PETERS, 1905 W. Michigan-Y-Teens Club, News.
ROBERT WALTER PETERSON, 1808 Wheeler-Pep Club. DONALD A. PFUND, 2818 Webber-Football, Track, Letter Winner, Class Chair-
man. WILLIAM CHARLES PHILLIPS, 1721 State. DONALD L. PIETZ, 2139 Gratiot-Advisory Vice-President, Pep Club, CARE Committee,
Football, Class Chairman.
LAWRENCE SI-IELDON PIKE, 2257 N. Madison-Arts-Dramatics, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Debate, Forensic Association, News, Quill and
Scroll, Writing Award, Class Chairman. MARIE JEAN PLASKEWICZ, 2601 Deindorfer-Sophomore Party Committee, FHA, Pep Clubs,
Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner. ROBERT CHARLES POHLMAN, 1115 Maple-Band, Band Bounce. KENNETH JAMES POL,
1015 Malzahn. PHYLLIS ANNE POLING, 1323 Gage-Advisory President, Treasurer, Secretary. FRANKLIN JOSEPH POMERVILLE, 203 N.
Alexander. LILLIAN ESTHER POPP, 1910 Morgan-Pep Club, Spanish Club Vice-President, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant,
ROSE POPP, 1402 Cypress. ELAINE JOAN PREMO, 423 N. Bates-Sophomore Party Committee, Legenda, Baseball, Class Chairman. JAMES
T. PREMO, 427 N. Fayette-Basketball, Track. ROBERT CHARLES PRESSPRICH, 2332 N. Bond-Advisory Vice-President, Band. CHARLES I.
PRIEM, 1826 N. Oakley-Pep Club. BARBARA ANN PRINDLE, 813 N. Mason-Advisory Vice-President, Pep Club, Volleyball, Basketball,
Baseball, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. VANCE D. PROPER, 154 Snow-Band, Band Bounce, Track.
JO ANN PRUYNE, 346 Ann-BOC Treasurer, Y-Teen Clubs, Band, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. LOLA MARIE
RADEISCHAK, Frankenmuth-Commencement Pageant. PHYLLIS JEAN RANKE, 1727 Burnham--Advisory President, Band, Band Bounce,
Baseball, Class Chairman. MAXINE JUNE RAU, Frankenmuth--Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Pep Club, Commencement Pageant, Class
Chairman, Commercial Award. NORMA JEAN RAVAS, 2131 N. Madison-Biology Club Secretary, Latin, Y-Teen Clubs, Usher. DALE
THOMAS RAYCRAFT, 1200 Randolph. Louis ALBERT RAYMOND, 2014 S. Hamilton.
LILLIAN MAY REIFSCHNEIDER, 2422 S. Niagara-Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Spanish Club, Volleyball, Basketball. GERALDINE MARIE
REIMER, 6254 McKinley, Bridgeport-Latin Club, Choir, Girls' Chorus. ERMA A. REISBIG, 1933 Ottawa-Bowling Club. NANCY A,
REMER, 207 S. Porter-Advisory Vice-President, Treasurer, Pep, Spanish Clubs. CAROL MARGUERITE RICHMOND, 1912 Barnard--Advisory
Treasurer, Latin, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Junior, Senior Plays, Senior Hostess, Usher,
Class Chairman, Music Honors. BARBARA EVELYN RICHTER, 1303 Adams-Advisory Seal Sales Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Pep,
Y-Teen Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Usher, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. BARBARA MARIE RISDON,
1105 Malzahn-Spanish Club President, BOC, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Language Award.
LAURA EVELYN ROBERTS, 620 S. 20th-Bowling, FHA, Y-Teen Clubs, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball Letter Winner. NANCY SUE
ROBERTS, 1855 Passolt-Advisory Vice-President, Treasurer, P-TA, Red Cross, Seal Sales Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Pep,
Spanish, Y-Teen Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Clinic Attendant, Red Cross Volunteer, Usher, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball Letter Winner.
ANDRIS RONIS, 736 Meredith-Advisory President, Student Cabinet Officer, Choir, Band Bounce. WILLIAM FAY ROOKER, 5365 Gratiot
-Advisory President, Club Hillite Representative, Hi-Y Club, Student Cabinet Officer, Football. Track Letter Winner, Sophomore Cup.
LOIS MAY ROSIEN, 2532 Cooper-Advisory P-TA Chairman, Spanish Club, Class Chairman. BETTY ANN ROTH, 2103 N. Michigan.
BONNIE LOUISE RUBY, 1162 Joseph.
DORIS ANN RUI-ILIG, 2128 Deindorfet-Advisory President, Club Hillite Representative, Bowling, German, Y-Teens Clubs, Legenda,
Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Class Chairman. HAROLD BILLY RUX, 411 Jones, Route 43-Orchestra, Track. JEANNE MARIE RYAN,
1103 S. Michigan-Advisory Seal Sales Chairman, Legenda, Class Chairman. MARILYN JOANN SAGER, 2000 N. Ames-Spanish, Y-Teen
Clubs, Clinic Attendant. CONSTANCE ELLEN SAGESI-I, 2527 Bewick-Bowling, Y-Teen Clubs, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas,
Commencement Pageants. ANN BELLE MARIE SALAK, 2609 River-Y-Teen Club. LAWRENCE EDWARD SALVI, 1123 Williams-Advisory
President, Vice-President, Football, Track, Letter Winner, Class Chairman.
WILLIAM R. SANDS, 1318 Brockway-Advisory Club Hillite Representative, Red 'Cross Chairman, Rilie Club, Debate, Assembly Chairman,
Band Bounce, Junior Play. JAMES N. SATCHELL, Bridgeport-FFA, Pep Clubs, Commencement Pageant. RICHARD DALE SAUER, 1530
N. Ames-Advisory President, Club Hillite Representative, Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Assembly Com-
mittee, Pep Club, Swimming Letter Winner, Class Chairman. JEAN ANNE SAVAGE, 1321 Cooper-Bowling, Spanish, Y-Teen Clubs,
Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants. J. RALPH SCHABERG, 820 Madison-Pep Club, Cross-Country Letter Winner.
HARRY A. SCHAPER, 1612 N. Madison-Advisory Vice-President, Treasurer, Christmas Pageant. IRENE M. SCHARRER, Route 1, Bridgeport
-FHA Club, Junior Play, Christmas, Commencement Pageants.
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SUE ANN SCHAUBEL, 30 E. Hannum-Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant. HERMAN GEORGE SCHIBELHUT, 4105 Joslin-
Track, Letter Winner. LORRAINE M. SCHLEIMER, 1529 Bay-Advisory Seal Sales Chairman, German, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Christmas,
Commencement Pageants, Junior Play, Red Cross Volunteer, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner, Usher, Language Award.
ROBERT L. SCHLOTTER, 409 N. Twenty-Fourth-Christmas Pageant. DOROTHY H. SCHLUCKEBIER, Frankenmuth-FHA Club, Christmas,
Commencement Pageants, Junior Play. RUDOLF SCHMITT, JR., 1843 Joslin-Advisory President, Club Hillite Representative, Hi-Y
Treasurer. FLOYD R. SCHMITZER, Frankenmuth-Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Band, Commencement Pageant.
ELAINE MARIE SCHNEIDER, 150 Lutzke-Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Clinic Attendant, Librarian, Red Cross Volunteer. GERTRUDE
A. SCHOENOW, Richville-Pep Club, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Junior, Senior Plays, Usher, Commercial Award, Volleyball,
Basketball, Baseball. JACQUELINE KATHYRN SCHOMAKER, 3034 Russell-Band. KIMBERLEY PHILLIP SCHRADER, 1619 Hanchett-
Advisory President, Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative, Seal Sales, Recl Cross Chairman, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Commencement
Pageant, Football, Track, Team Manager, Class Chairman. DOLORES MARIE SCHROEPPEL, Route 2-Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball.
SHIRLEY ANN SCHULER, 108 Center-Y-Teen Club, Commencement Pageant, Clinic Attendant. ROSE C. SCHULZ, 612 Hancock.
WILLIAM L. SCHUMACHER, 1321 Adams. DONALD E. SCOTT, 1403 Cypress-Band, Band Bounce. JOHN WATSON SEARS, 825 S.
Weadock-Football, Basketball, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. ERWIN OTTO SEBALD, 140 Snow-Advisory Treasurer, Secretary, Red
Cross Chairman, Band, Band Bounce, Track, Letter Winner. ARLENE ELIZABETH SEEHASE, 2603 Cooper-Advisory Vice-President, Club
Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Junior Play, Queen's Court, Baseball, Class Chair-
man. PAUL F. SENAY, 1006 Brockway-Track, Letter Winner. RUDOLPH FRANK SHIFFMAN, 1300 Wheeler-Advisory President, Arts-
Drarnatics Club, Class Chairman.
DORIS LOUISE SIMPsON, 903 N. Granger-Pep Club, Red Cross Volunteer. MARIA GEORGIANA SKENTZOS, 2220 N. Bond-Arts
Dramatits, BOC, French Clubs, Girls' Chorus, Choir, Baseball. CHRISTINE MARIA SKOWRONSKI, 1900 Coolidge. MARY M. SLADE, 17.15
Cooper-Bowling, FHA, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Volleyball, Baseball, Basketball, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. JOSEPH J. SLIWINSKI, 5690
Bay Rd. MARIAN L. SMALL, 2518 Hermansau-Bowling, Pep Clubs, Red Cross Volunteer, Volleyball, Class Chairman. BYRD ANN SMITH,
3617 State-Sophomore Party Committee, Pep Club, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Class Chairman.
JOHN FRANK SMITH, JR., 215 Trier-Advisory Secretary, Club Hillite Representative, Seal Sales Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee,
Class Chairman. BETTY LOU SOHN, 406 S. Woodbridge-Advisory Seal Sales, P-TA Chairman. ELAINE RUTH SOHN, 2516 Cooper-Pep,
Y-Teen Clubs, Baseball, Commercial Award. LEILA GRACE SPECHT, 413 N. Charles-Advisory Vice-President, Future Retailing Club.
GORDON ALLEN SPENCER, 4065 S. Washington-Cross-Country, Track, Class Chairman. JANET ANN SPENCER, 1520 Court-Advisory
President, Club Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, French, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Commencement Pageant, Queen's Court,
Class Chairman. JOAN MAE SPINDLER, Route 7.
KATHLENE HELEN SPINDLER, Route 3, Freeland-Bowling, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Girls' Chorus, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball. JOANNE
SPRUNGER, 1106 N. Bond-Advisory Vice-President, Arts-Dramatics, Biology, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Commencement Pageant, Cheer-
leader, Letter Winner. RICHARD G. STARK, 2414 N. Oakley. ROY DEWEY STEARNS, 2123 Adams Blvd.-Advisory President, Pep Club,
Class Chairman. ROBERT O. STELTZRIEDE, Route 7, Shattuck Rd. SHIRLEY ANN STELTZRIEDE, 2611 Eddy-Bowling, Pep Clubs, Volley-
ball. ROGER H. STINSON, 1847 Wilson-Advisory President, Bancl, Track, Letter Winner, Class Chaiman.
R. EDWARD STOLZE, JR., 809 S. Harrison. MARY ANN STRAIT, 511 Webber-Advisory Secretary, Treasurer, Sophomore Party Committee,
Club Hillite Representative, P-TA, Red Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics Latin, Y-Teen Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Junior Play, News, Class
Chairman. GUSTAVE E. STRICKER, JR., 1302 Division-Track, Class Chairman. DONALD A. STUART, 2322 S. Hamilton-Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, Band. JANICE BARBARA STUMP, 1530 Glendale-Advisory P-TA Chairman, Spanish Club, Band Bounce, Junior
Play. DOUGLAS C. SWAIN, 5400 N. Center Rd. LENORA SWANTON, 705 Congress.
JOHN C. TAYLOR, Route 43-Class Chairman, Pep Club, Football, Track. Letter Winner. RICHARD C. TAYLOR, 4375 N. Michigan.
WALLACE A. TECHENTIEN, 143 Trier-Advisory Vice-President, Red Cross Chairman, Football, Letter Winner, Red Cross Volunteer, Class
Chairman. MARLENE JEAN TECK, 3218 Webber-Advisory Vice-President, Treasurer, P-TA, Red Cross Chairman, Y-Teen Club. RALPH
LEE TEENIER, 6665 Trinklien Rd. BARBARA LEE TERRIAN, 2018 Kollen. JOAN FRANCES TESSIN, 1435 Bliss-Advisory Secretary, P-TA,
Seal Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Pep, Y-Teen Club Secretary, Baseball, Debate, Class Chairman, News, Quill and Scroll.
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HOWARD LEE TESSMAN, 1718 Delaware-Advisory President, Vice-President, Football, Letter Winner. EMELINE ERNA THIEME, Route 1,
Bridgeport-Advisory Treasurer, Latin, Pep Clubs. DONALD O. THOMAS, 2518 Cronk-FHA Club. JACQUELINE L. THROOP, Route 6-
Pep, Spanish Clubs, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Orchestra. KEITH ALAN TIBBITS, 1720 Sycamore. JOANNE TILLMAN, 2249 S. Hamilton.
MARLENE ANN TRIER, 1403 Adams-Advisory Seal Sales Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Bowling Club, Commencement Pageant,
Junior Play, Student Store Assistant, News, Quill and Scroll, Class Chairman.
WALTER MARTIN FREDRICK TRIER, 4135 Weiss-Choir, Band Bounce, Baseball, Class Chairman. Loxs W. TRINKLEIN, Route 7.
MARILYN RUTH TRINKLEIN, 3804 N. Michigan Rd.-Biology, Bowling, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Commencement Pageant, Volleyball, Basket-
ball, Baseball. ROLAND BERNARD TROGAN, 308 S. Michigan-Advisory President, Vice-President, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party
Committee, Arts-Dramatics, BOC Clubs, Forensic Association, Choir, Band, Dance Band, Band Bounce, Junior, Senior Plays, Christmas
Pageant, News, Declamation, Oratory, Red Cross Volunteer, State Declamation Award, Music Honors. JOAN Tuck, 1839 Jordan. BETTY
LOU TUKE, 604 Holland-Advisory Sophomore Party Committee, Band Bounce, Orchestra, Class Chairman. HARRY DOW 'l-UNIS, 111, 1511
Mott-Advisory Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics, Pep, Spanish Clubs, Cheerleader, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Junior,
Senior Plays, Red Cross Volunteer, Football, Letter Winner, Class Chairman.
JOYCE M. TUREK, 716 S. Mason-Y-Teens Club. DAVID FREDERICK VANCE, Route 1, Bridgeport-Advisory President, Vice-President,
Orchestra, Band Bounce, Cabinet Othcer, Class Chairman. ROBERT DONALD VAN ELSACKER, 3592 Madison, Carrollton. SHELIA M.
VAN SICKLE, 1543 Holmes-Spanish Club, Class Chairman. PAUL S. VASOLD, Route 3, Freeland- FFA Club Secretary. HARRY G.
VEITENGRUBER, Frankenmuth-FFA Club, Band, Band Bounce, Commencement Pageant, Baseball, Letter Winner, Class Chairman.
WILLIAM RAYMOND VOIGT, 1300 N. Ames-Advisory Treasurer, Red Cross Chairman, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Football, Basketball Team
Manager, Letter Winner, Projector Operator.
RITA VUDURES, 903 N. Woodbridge-Latin, Pep Clubs, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Red Cross Volunteer,
Service Club. MARION JUNE WACKER, 207 S. Jefferson, Zilwaukee-Sophomore Party Committee, Bowling, FHA, Pep Clubs, Legenda,
Commercial Award. JANET LORAE WAGGONER, 212 Shepard-Advisory Secretary, Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Pep Clubs, Christmas, Commence-
ment Pageant, Class Chairman. JOHN ELLSWORTH WAGLE, 1752 N. Ames-Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Football, Letter
Winner. ALICE JEAN WAGNER, 914 Court-Advisory President, P-TA Chairman, Bowling, Latin, Pep, Y-Teen Clubs, Assembly Chairman,
Christmas, Commencement Pageant, News, Volleyball, Basketball, Class Chairman. PATRICIA ANN WAIER, 1923 N. Oakley-Advisory
Vice-President, Latin, Y-Teen Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner. BARRY F. WAITE, 2511 S.
BARBARA JEAN WALDIE, 2107 Ring-Pep Club, Clinic Attendant, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner. KATHLEEN WALKER,
4058 State-Pep, Y-Teen Clubs. WILMA BETTY WARNOCK, 410 N. Webster-Pep, Y-Teen Club. WILLIAM EDWARD WASHABAUGH,
503 S. Eleventh-Advisory President, Seal Sales Chairman, Hi-Y, Rifle, Pep Clubs, Usher, Class Chairman. JACQUELINE JEAN WATT,
Burt-Spanish Club President, Pep Club, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner. EVA JEAN WEAVER, 2103 Wood-Advisory
Secretary, Treasurer, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, Letter Winner. EDWARD VERN WEBER, Route 1, Freeland.
JAMES W. WEGNER, 2269 Mershon. LORRAINE C. WEGNER, 4660 N. Michigan-Advisory P-TA Chairman, Bowling, Y-Teen Clubs,
Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Junior Play, Christmas Pageant, Usher, Music Honors, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball. WALTER D.
WEISS, 2716 Hermansau. ELAINE ANN NVEITZ, 1743 Brockway-Choir, Girls' Chorus, Junior Play, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant,
Music Honors. GERALD W. WENDEL, 1430 Marquette-Advisory Secretary, Stage Crew, Track, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. MONA
JEAN WESTOVER, 1910 Ottawa-Advisory P-TA, Red Cross Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee, Biology, Pep Clubs, Choir, Girls'
Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Junior, Senior Play, Baseball, Music Honors. JEAN ARLYLE WHEELER, 1439
Barnard-BOC, Bowling, Pep, Spanish, Y-Teen Clubs, Debate, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball.
CHARLES W. WIESE, 3105 Hermansau-Advisory President, Treasurer, Secretary, Red Cross Chairman, Hi-Y President, Secretary, Band
Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Senior Play, Cross-Country, Team Manager, Letter Winner, Baseball, Class Chairman. LESLIE JOSEPH WILLETT,
1015 N. Bond-Latin Club. GEORGE MERRILL WILLIAMS, 111 Cambrey-Track, Swimming, Letter Winner. SUSAN WILLITS, 251 Lock-
wood-Advisory Secretary, P-TA, Seal Sales Chairman, Pep Club, Sophomore Party Committee, Christmas Pageant, Baseball, Writing
Award, Class Chairman. DOROTHY HELEN WILSON, 714 Congress-Latin, Y-Teen Clubs, Usher. NELSON D. WING, 1515 Durand-
Advisory President, Treasurer, Club Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, Basketball, Team Manager, Letter Winner, Class
Chairman. VALTIMAR A. WINIECKIE, 4765 N. Michigan Rd.-Baseball, Football.
LEE EARL WINTERSTEIN, 218 Lockwood-Class Chairman. BARBARA LEE WOLCOTT, 717 N. Hamilton-Advisory Secretary, Club Hillite
Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, Pep Club, Red Cross Volunteer, Class Chairman. WILLIAM HENRY WOLFE, 202 Webber.
ROSEMARY WOOD, 808 Van Buren-BOC Club, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Librarian, BETTY LORRAINE
WOOLGAR, 413 W. Fisher-Advisory Secretary, Club Hillite Representative, Sophomore Party Committee, FHA, Y-Teen Clubs, Choir, Band
Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Basketball. ELSPATH JOAN WRIGHT, 2586 Longview-Spanish Club, Usher. LLOYD J. YEO, 2227 Delaware
Blvd.-Advisory President, P-TA Chairman, Assembly Chairman, Pep Club, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Letter Winner, Class Chairman.
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DENNIS A. YORK, 1600 Birney. ROY W. YORK, 2975 Eddy-Advisory Vice-President, Football, Track, Letter Winner, Class Chairman.
HAROLD PETER YOUNG, 1723 Gratiot-Advisory President, Football, Track, Letter Winner, Class Chairman. BETTY Lou ZDROJKOWSKI,
2541 N. Michigan-Bowling Club, Volleyball, Basketball. RAYMOND HAROLD ZEHNDER, Birch Run-Advisory Secretary, Baseball.
GEORGE HOWARD ZINK, Frankenmuth.
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Richard Abbenante, Roger Abbott, Shir-
ley Acker, Joan Adams, john Adams,
Janet Ader, Jean Akerley.
Shirley Albrandt, Richard Albrecht,
Charles Albright, Ann Alderton, Barbara
Aldrich, Veona Alex, jack Alexander.
Amelia Alfano, James Allen, Sallyann
Alles, JoAnn Allore, Betty Lee Anderson,
Charles Andre, Terry Andre.
Donald Anspach, Dixie Arch, Richard
Armstrong, Shirley Armstrong, Leah
Arriaga, Leeta Austin, Walter Averill.
Chloe Avery, Donald Avery, Marilyn
Avery, Ida-Mae Bailey, Jo Bailey, Sally
Bailey, Charlotte Bain.
George Bain, Marilyn Bain, Kenneth
Baird, Shirley Baker, William Baker,
Sally Balcom, Duane Balko.
Dorothy Balzer, Thomas Banning, Charles
Barber, Carl Barger, Carl Barko Cno pic-
tureb, Robert Barrett, Joyce Barrels Quo
picturej , jack Barthel Cno picturej ,
Ronald Bartlett, Cecilia Bashans.
Marian Baszler, Susan Bauder, Carolyn
Bauer, Donald Bauer, jane Bauer, Mary
Bauer, Nancy Bauer.
Robert Baustert, Ronald Bean Qno pic-
turej, Virginia Bean, Ann Beaver, Don-
ald Beck, Donald Becker, Joann Becker,
William Becker, Rolland Beckmann,
Duane Beechler, Glenn Bellinger, Bertha
Bench, Donna Benkert, Norbert Berent.
Donald Berg, Mary Lou Bernecker, Mar-
garet Bese, Joyce Besey, Judy Beutel,
Elfrieda Beyer, Joan Beyer.
Edward Beyerlein, Lois Beythan, Helene
Bickel, Dale Bielby, Donald Bierlein, Lila
Billeter, Donald Binder.
Jack Bindon, William Birdsall, Jerry
Birnbaum, Miriam Bishop, Jean Blake-
way, George Bledsoe, Gerald Blohm.
Marcia Bloomheld, Nancy Boell, Nancy
Boertman, Suzanne Bolger, Verna Bolger,
Bernard Bolt, Emma Bommarito.
Doreen Bonnell, Elaine Booth, Margaret
Bosley, Arthur Bostwick, Rosario Bouch-
ard, Daniel Bourdow, Janice Bovay.
Edward Bowden, Harold Bowden, Samuel
Bowden, Harold Bowman, Charles Boyd,
Nancy Boyer, Rebecca Boyer.
James Bradley, Shirley Bradley, Lyla Bra-
ley, Robert Branch, Edwin Brandt, George
Brandt, Jack Bratun.
Beatrice Braun, Gerald Braun, Shirley
Brethauer, Dolores Breton, Joyce Bret-
trager, Ronald Bridge, Richard Brinkman.
Janet Broihier, Donna Brown, James
Brown, John Brown, Kenneth Brown,
Bonnie Brownlee, Dale Bruns.
Jerry Brush, William Bruton, Patricia
Bryant, Betty Buck, James Buckley, Loring
Buclden, Norma Buddle.
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Bueker, June Burback, Carolyn Burgess,
Violet Burk, Mariann Burnell.
Patricia Bush, Robert Bush, Donna
Butcher, Kathleen Butler, Sally Butts,
Harold Buxman, Kathleen Buxman.
Clair Calkins, Arnalee Callan, Mary
Callas, Donald Cameron, Lois Cammin,
Ruth Cammin, Donald Campbell.
Nancy Campbell, Robert Campbell, Ver-
non Campeau, Charlotte Canell, Dick
Cansheltl, Irene Cantu, Richard Carlson.
Donald Carroll, Margaret Cartier, Delores
Case, Lillian Case, William Case, Sharon
Cates, Thomas Cates.
Marian Cesar, Carolee Chaffee, Beverly
Cherry, Shirley Cherry, Dora Chiarovano,
Greta Chrisrianson, Fay Churchfleltl.
Robert Cinkus, jerry Clairmont, Arden
Clare, Delores Clark, Joanne Clark, John
Clark, Carole Clayton.
Gwen Clunie, Marie Cody, Valentine
Coeur, Sandra Cohen, Ida Mae Colbeck,
Frank Cole, Norma Collver.
Beverly Colpean, Dolores Compeau, Ferol
Compton, Marlene Conklin, Betty Conrad
Cno pictureb, Patricia Conway, Gail
Cooper, Elizabeth Cope.
Doris Coven, Mary Crouse, Norma Croz-
ier, Warren Culver, Frank Cummings,
June Curtis fno picturel, Donald Cush-
way, John Cuthbertson.
Eunice Dahl, Frieda Dakoski, Joyce Dar-
ling, Maxine Darrow, Barbara Davis Qno
picturej , Betty Davis, Carole Davis,
Joan Davis, Joanne Davis, Norma Day,
Sophie DeLeon, Gardner Delgado, Nancy
De Lisle, Mabel Delaney.
Nancy DeMaet, Viola Demko, JoAnne
Dengler, Louis Depping, Donald Der-
thick, Robert Detwiler, Thomas Dezelsky.
Joyce Dice, Rose Marie Diechman, Carl
Diener, Evalyn Diener, Richard Dierich,
Marilyn Dietrich, John Dimercurio.
Ronald Dingman, Eugene Dirker, Phyllis
Dirker, Nancy Dirtmar, James Doepker,
Sally Doerfner Cno picturej, William
Doerfner, Mary Domas.
Margaret Donaghy, James Dooley, Robert
Doran, Jean Dorn, Frank Doutre, Bonnie
Dow, Doreen Doyle.
Owen Doyle, Richard Drewyer, Carl
Dubac, Ronald Dubay, Robert Du-
Charme, Jacquelyn Dudewicz, James
Margaret Dungey, James Dunn, Donna
Dupree, William Durham, Jane Durman,
Robert Dust, Gloria Duwe.
Kathleen Earley, Roland Eckstorm,
Wency Edmond, Gordon Edwards, Jack
Egger, Joanne Egyet, Howard Eimers.
Lenore Eischer,James Elliott, Nancy Ellis,
Phyllis Ellis, Ronald Ellis, Royena Elli-
thorp, Alice Ely.
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Viola Ely, Donna Emmons, jerry English,
james Enszer, Joan Enszer, Judy Epting,
Audrey Fahrenbruch, Sally Fair, Robert
Fallis, Robert Fanger, Phyllis Farrington,
Roger Faupel, Carolyn Fedder,
Viola Feinauer, Lorraine Feit, Ronald
Feirh, Sally Fentner, jill Ferguson, Carl
Feusse, David Figueroa.
Bettie Finger, Donald Fink, Wallace
Fink, Barbara Finner, Patricia Fischer,
Ruthe Fischer, Elsie Fisher.
Nancy Fisher, Richard Fisher Cnc pic-
turej, Barbara Fitch, Robert Fitch, Leta
Fleischmann, Lois Floeter, joseph Flora,
Sharon Flynn, james Fobear, Mary Fo-
bear, Loraine Fontaine, Jack Foote, Jack
Fordyce, Madge Foster.
Ellen Foulds, Donna Fox, Gene Fox,
James Fox, Kay Fox, Barbara Frederick,
Rudy French, Mary Fries, John Fritz,
Phyllis Frost, Donna Fuller, Bill Fursten-
berg, Barry Gadd.
Beverly Gadd, John Gaertner, Dale
Gainsforth, Bill Galarno, Donald Gal-
braith, Dolores Galiardi, Eugene Gallery.
Ronald Gamble, Kay Gardey, Corinne
Garvey, Bill Gary, Phyllis Gaylord, Lillie
Gehrcke, Lucille Gehrcke. --
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Leilah Gehrig, Hedwig Geiger, JoAnne
Gelow, Robert George, Hazel Gerard,
Phyllis Gerard, Ronald Gerger.
Carl Gierow, Herman Gierow, Carolyn
Gilbert, Shirley Gilbert, Dolores Gilgi-
nas, joan Gillion, Greta Glasby.
Ruth Glass, Thomas Gochnaur, Patricia
Goines, Charlotte Golden, Lorraine
Goodeman, Stuart Gordon, Sharleen
Minnie Goulder, Emily Graham, Frances
Graham, Harry Graham, jack Graham,
Richard Graham, Bill Graham.
Lavelle Grant, Bill Granville, Gerald
Grauf, Kathleen Greer Cno picturej,
Marna Gremel, Catherine Griffore, Barb-
ara Grigg, Charles Grobe.
Edith Groover, Gerald Gross, Mary
Grube, James Gullifor, Larry Gulliver,
Patricia Gunther, Phyllis Gushen.
Jack Guttowsky, Mary Guttridge, Barbara
Guy, Irma Guy, Nancy Haar, Daniel
Habel, Thomas Hackett.
Shirley Hagon, james Hahn, Walter
Haines, Ann Hale, Dale Hall, Lila Haller,
Wendel Halm, Lois Hamilton, Donna
Hamlin, Marilyn Handlovits, Alwyn Han-
sen, Jack Hanson, Robert Harger.
Diane Harmon, Bernadine Harnois, Barb-
ara L. Harris, Donna Harris, George
Harris, Ronald Harris, Dale Harrison.
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Hartley, Gerald Hartley, Glena Hartner,
Dora Hartwell, Donna Hathaway.
Harold Hatherly, Eldon Haubenstricker,
Harvey Haubenstriclcer, Marion Hauben-
stricker, Ralph Haubenstricker, Jean
Hauman, Verne Hawes.
Benjamin Hayes, George Hayes, Barbara
Haynes, Frederick Head, Donald Healy,
Harold Hegenauer, James Heidger.
Robert Heidger, Sally Heineman, John
Heinz, Kathryn Hemmeter, Betty Hen-
derson, Robert Hepinstall, Ruth Herman.
Carol Herring, Peter Hervey, Ellen Her-
zog, John Herzog, Marilyn Hilbrandt,
James Hillman, Kathryn Hilton.
Donald Himsel, Charles Hitsman, Ron-
ald Hitter, Betty Hoerauf, Lorna Hoff-
man, Donald Hoggard, James Holcomb.
Donna Holeman, Sally Holland, Patricia
Holley, Betty Hollis, Joan Holloway,
William Holloway, Lillian Holubik.
John Holvey, Malcolm Hopper, Arlene
Horvath, Mary J. Hozeska, Barbara Hu-
ber, Marilyn Huber, JoAnn Hughes.
Joanne Hull, Richard Humphreys, Vin-
cent Hurney, Sue Hurst, Harvey Jackson,
Janice Jahns, James Jakes.
Darcy James Cno pictureb, Frank Jank,
Paul Jaquish, Constance Jaquith, Robert
Jaremba, Donald Jekel, Allan Jerome,
Lucille johnson, Margaret johnson, Marie
johnson, Marvin Johnson, Ronald John-
son, Shirley Johnson, Dean Jolin.
Leland Jolin, David Jones, Donna jones,
Iames jones, Nancy jones, Elizabeth
Ionitz, James jorgenson.
Ileana Juntunen, Diane Kabar, Beverly
Kabobel, Richard Kackmeister, Lovell
Kain, Alice Kanary, James Kapuscinski.
Bonnie Karp, Mary Ann Karp, Ronald
Karp Cno picturej, james Karpicke,
Lydia Kassin, Darlene Keaner, James
Kearful, Leona Keinath.
Shirley Keinath, Sally Keith, Duane
Kemerer, Paul Kemp, joan Kenny,
Edward Kern, Margie Kern.
William Kertelhohn, Gerald Kiekbusch,
james Kimmel, Ronald Kincade, Donald
Kingry, Robert Kingsbury, Donna Kipf-
jean Kirby, Arthur Kirsch, Kenneth
Klammer, Herb Kleekamp Qno picturej ,
jean Kleekamp, joan Klien, Nancy
Klenoski, Robert Knowles.
Robert Knox, joan Koblinski, jane
Kochalka, Donald Koebke, Donna Koe-
nig, Elaine Koeplinger, Faith Kolenda.
Charles Kolhoff, Howard Kolhoff, Rich-
ard Kollman, Lugene Konsdorf, James
Kopuscinski fno picturej , Richard Kost-
oif, Jack Krause, janet Krause.
William Krause, Doris Kretz, Robert
Kretz, Dale Kross, Donald Kross, Beverly
Krueger, David Krueger.
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Kenneth Krueger, Ronald Krueger, Ber-
nard Kruszka, janet Krzyaniak, Shirley
Kuehn, jean Kulow, john Kurtz.
June LaBeau, Richard LaDouce, August
Laesch, john Lager Cno pictureb, Bruce
LaLonde, Doris LaLonde, Patricia LaLone,
Catherine Lamia, joseph Lamia Cno pic-
tureb, Howard Lamont, Shirley Larnpel,
Donna Lamrouex, John Landeryou, Brien
Lang, james Lange.
Jack Langschwager, David LaPan, jack
Larson, Rudianne Lauckner, Janet Lauria,
Vern Lautner, Francis Lawrence.
Patricia Leacher, Beverly Leaman, David
Learned, Lois Lebsch, Lyle LeCronier,
Margaret LeCronier, Charlotte Leddy.
Donna Leddy, Jane Lee, Shirley Leeman,
Bonnie LeGear, Lois Leinberger, Edna
Leis, Harold Leistner.
Patricia Leitz, Charles Lemmer, james
Leonard, Kay Leppert, Marguerite Lep-
pien, Robert Lescelius, Dennis Leuen-
jean Leuenberger, Joyce LeVinge, Lois
Lewellen, Beulah Lewis, Maurice Leyrer,
Donald Licavoli, Irvin Lichtenwald.
Doris Lickteig, Lorene Liebrecht, Muriel
Lieffers, John Lippert, Roger Little, Rob-
ert Littlejohn, Joan Litzner.
Jane Livingston, John Lobsiger, JoAnn
Lockwood, jerry Loibl, Bonnie Lovejoy,
Carole Lovejoy, Wayne Luark.
William Lu er ac uel nLu iewicz
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Robert Luker, John Luth, Donald Lutz,
Jean Lutz, Patricia Lutz.
Franklin Lux, Sally Lynch, Amylou Lytle,
Emil Maas, Norma Maas, Jane Mac-
Arthur, Nancy MacArthur, Janet Mac-
Dougall Cno pictureb.
Gary Machette, Nancy Mack, Ann Mac-
Meekin, Joanne MacMillan, Gerald
Macomber Cno picturej, Harold Maier,
Barbara Major, Joanne Maleitzke Cno
picturej , Carol Malmgten.
Judy Malzahn, James Mann, Shirley Mat-
ble, Margaret Mark, Kathleen Marks,
Gene Marksbury, Maurice Marr.
James Marsh, George Marti, Monai Mar-
tin, Shirley Martin, Sally Martindale,
Kaye Martzowka, Gary Mathewson.
Richard Mathewson, Jerry Matson, Kay
Matson, George Mauch, Barbara Maul,
Betty Jo Maurer, Irene Maurer.
Patricia Mavis, Sybellia Maxtield, Sally
Maynard, Alex McBain, Nancy McCau-
ley, Joyce McClure, Myra McClure.
Helen McCurry, Robert McDonagh,
Barbara McGinnis, Richard Mclntosh,
Ann Mclntyre, Mary McKenzie, Margaret
Diane McKinstry, Janice McLean, Barb-
ara McManus Cno pictureb, Hugh Mc-
Math, Betty McNeil, Mary McParlan,
Betty Meade, Leslie Meehleder.
Nancy Meehleder, Donald Mehl, Dolores
Meier, Sarah Merrick, David Metevier,
Mary Metiva, Carmon Mey.
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Receive cheel and Civic Honors
Catherine Meyer, Donald Meyer, james
Meyer, Robert Meyer, Sandra Meyer,
Karl Meyerholt, joan Midcalf.
Mary Lou Middlebrook, George Miessner,
Charles Milbrandt, Rollin Milbrandt,
Joyce Millar, Barbara Miller, Joan Miller.
Kenneth Miller, Marilyn Miller, Mary
Miller, Ruben Miller, Sally Miller, jack
Milne, Sue Mitchel.
Dorothy Mitchell, Marvin Mitchell, Nan
Mitts, Eclythe Modrall, Carolyn Moeller,
Jack Moeller, Donna Moffat.
Jerry Mohn, Marilyn Mohnk, Irene Mohr
Cno picturej , Mary Moll, Kenneth Mon-
dor, Geraldine Monsees, Finlay Monteath,
Frances Moore Cno picture? , John Moore.
Charles Moreau, Samuel Morello, Donald
Morey, Joanne Morford, Edward Mor-
gan, Dalene Morningstar, Elizabeth
Bruce Mueller, Larry Mulholland, Janet
Myers, Nancy Myers, Peter Nagel, George
Nagy, Ardith Near.
Robert Neiderquill, Dorothy Nellett,
Madeline Nelson, William Nelson, Betty
Neuman, James Neumann, Janet Neveau.
Joseph Newman, Ellen Nichols, Robert
Nickodemus, Kenneth Niederquell,
Franklin Niederstadt, Bonnie Nizinski,
Bruce Noble, Nancy Noble, Ann North-
cott, Kathleen Nuerminger, Marjorie
Nuerminger, Howardine Nye, JoAnn
Lois Nye, Betty Oatten, Lois O'Donnell,
Donald Orr, Joyce Osborn, Virginia Ost-
ermann, Dale Ott.
Harvey Ott, Grace Otto, Janet Pabst,
Mary Packard, Margaret Pagenkopf, Rob-
ert Pahssen, William Palmer.
Edward Papajesk, Robert Parker, Wil-
liam Parks, Franklin Passon, Joyce Pas-
son, Mary Passon, Mary Paterson.
Jay Pattee, Patricia Patterson, Laura Lee
Patton, James Paulson, Beverly Pawley,
Barbara Pearson, Charles Peaslee Cno pic-
tureb , Nancy Pechtel.
Diane Pedersen, Julius Peitsch, Janice
Peloquin, Sally Perkins, John Perrot,
Conrad Person, Carol Peters.
Donna Peterson, Alice Peto, Yvonne
Petre, Jean Pettycrew, Cherie Phillips,
Joan Phillips, Kenneth Phillips.
Patricia Phillips, Patrick Phoenix, Chrys-
tal Pitsch, Betty Plaskewicz, Darlene
Pleuss, Rose Plowdrey Cno pictureb,
Patricia Podlecki, Sharon Podlecki,
Eva Pomerville, Lorant Popp, Phlavion
Popp, Richard Popp, Henry Porter, Joyce
Portice, Franklin Portner.
Edith Powlus, Jerry Prachar, Margaret
Prather, Robert Pratt, Ronald Prentice,
Dorothy Pressprich, Dolores Preston.
Dale Pretzer, Elaine Pretzer, Lois Price
Cno picturej , Donald Pringle, Bebe Proc-
tor, Jean Pruyne, Mary J. Pufahl, Janet
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Marjorie Rae, Judyth Rankin, Donna
Rau, Joan Rauh, Jacqueline Raupp, Made-
line Rauschert, Louis Rawson.
Emma Raymond, Carol Reams, Robert
Reams, Alvin Reimer, Lucinda Reimer,
Carol Rein, Carolyn Rein.
Allen Reinbold, James Reinke, Louis
Reinke, Margaret Reinke, Marianne
Reinke, Norman Reinke, Dorothy Reisig.
Greta Reist, Jack Remer, Lucille Rexius,
Willard Reynolds, William Reynolds,
Maureen Rice, Harold Richards, Joanne
Richter Cno picturej .
William Ricklefs, Carol Rikley, Esther
Rine, David Riselay, Floyd Riselay, Shir-
ley Riselay, Marion Rittmeuller.
Jeanne Robart, Andrew Robertson, Ann
Robertson, Paul Robinson, Phyllis Rob-
son, Beverly Roditcher, Patricia Roesler,
Sue Ann Rogers, Suzann Rogers, Suzanne
E. Rogers, Marlene Rohde, Marlene
Rohn, Shirley Rohn, Betty Romaine,
Douglas Ronan Cno picturej .
Gerald Rooker, Wesley Rork, Jerry Rott-
man, Joan Rouech, Barbara Roush, Louise
Rousseau, William Rowell.
Joyce Ruble, Robert Ruhlig, Charles
Rumley, Phyllis Rummel, John Rupp,
Suzanne Rupp, Betty Ruppel.
Duane Ruppel, Jack Ruppel Cno pic-
tureb, Robert Rusch, Maurice Rushlow,
Betty Russell Cno pictureb, James Rus-
sell, Beverly St. Clair, Norma Salvi,
Connie Saponieri, James Sauer, Joseph
Sauvie, Judith Schaberg, Alex Schafer,
Kathleen Scharrer, Earleen Schell.
Joan Scherping, Dolores Scherzer, Sally
Scherzer, Christian Schiesswohl, Robert
Schiesswohl, Bertwin Schluckebier,
Loraine Schluckebier, Luella Schlucke-
bier, Caroline Schmidt, Edwin Schmidt.
Georgiana Schmidt, James Schmidt, Janet
Lorraine Schmidt, Mabel Schmidt, Wil-
liam Schmitt, Charles Schmitz, Melna
Schmitzet, June Schneider, Marlene
Ruth Schneider, James Schnell, Melvin
Schoenmeyer, Margaret Schoon, Nancy
Schott, Richard Schreiner, Larry Schuch.
Robert J. Schuett, Milford Schuette, Rob-
ert T. Schuette, Thomas Schuette, Cathe-
rine Schultz, Jack Schultz, Joan D.
Joann F. Schultz, Lois Schultz, Lorraine
Schultz, Richard Schultz, James Schu-
macher, Betty Schutt, Marilyn Schutt,
Mona Schwalm, Janet Schwartz, Lorraine
Schwartzkopf, Lois Scott, Mary Scott,
Ronald Sears, Dale Seaver.
Barbara Sedwick, Joanne Sedwick, Con-
rad Seidel, Jerry Seitz Cnc picturej,
Bruce Seymore, Jerry Shafer, Elizabeth
Shallner, Arlene Shafley.
June Shalley, Donald Shaler, John Shan-
non Cno picturej, Rose Marie Shannon
Cno picturej, Betty Shavrnoch, Betty
Shaw, Donna-June Shaw, Clayton Shels-
well Cno pictureh , Ada Shepherd, Gladys
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Norma Sherman, Stanford Sheyer, Betty
Shoecraft, Joan Shriplca, Richard Shulaw,
Richard Shuler, Walter Shuler.
Mary Simmet, Donald Simon, joan
Simon,Ronald Simon Cno picturej , Rosa-
line Simon Cno picturej, Robert Simp-
son, Angela Skentzos, jean Slinlcard,
Lelah Slocum, Maxine Small, Raymond
Small, Margie Smelley, Beverly Smith,
Howard Smith, joan Smith.
Leadelle Smith, Martha Smith, Shirley
Smith, Wendell Smith, William Smith,
William Snelling, Thomas Soblesky.
Norene Sohn, Erwin Sollner, Marlene
Sollner, Herman Soper, Sally Sorgatz,
Sally Souders, William Southam.
Ruth Ann Sowatsky, JoAnn Spadafore,
Delmonte Sparks, Mary Spaulding, Joyce
Spear, Edwin Spence, jane Spence.
William Spence, Jean Spencer, David
Sperry, Florence Sprague, Donald
Springer, Leonard Springgay, Susannah
Richard Staudt, Nila Stavely, Noreen
Srebner, Mary Lou Steele, Arnold Stein,
Virginia Stein, Ruby Stephan Cno pic-
tureh , George Stewart.
Tomsa Stewart, Dale Stimpson, Flave
Srimpson, Byron Stinson, Gordon Stin-
son, Joanne Stobbart, Shirley Stokus.
Alice Stolper, Raquel Stolze, Leslie Stoner
Cno pictureb , Barbara Stowell, Jean
Strachan, Douglas Strecker, Richard
Srricker, Thomas Stricker.
Richard Stringer, Ann Stromer, William
Strong, james Stuart, Shirley Suclcey,
Katherine Suhan Cno picture? , Lyle Sum-
merfield, Mona Summerfield.
Howard Swain, Dale Swanton, Robert
Szarenski, Fergus Tait, Loisdel Techen-
tien, Marie Pauline Teenier, Melvin
james Tessin, Willard Tessin, Dale
Thomas, Dean Thomas, Gerald Thomas,
Geraldine Thomas, Helen Thomas Cno
picturej , Jean Thomas.
John Thomas, Lawrie Thomas, Robert
Thomas ino picturej , Ludon Thompson,
William Thon, Ardis Tibbits, Donna
Tigner, Katherine Tillman.
James Timmons, Janet Toft, Robert
Townley, Gilbert Trepkowski, Lois E.
Trinlclein, Nada Trinklein, Robert
Virginia Tririklein, Clare Tubbs, Carol
Tuck, Shirley Tuck, Genevieve Tullis,
Jean Tullis, Ralph Tullis.
Barbara Tunis, Katherine Tunis, Gwen
Turek, Suzanne Turnbull, Dorlcen Tur-
ner, Helen Ureche, James Vacik.
Patricia Van Buskirk, Dick Vanderveer
fno picturej, Edward VanTiflin, joan
Vasold, Sharon Vasold, Gertrude Ven-
ema, Maynard Vernon, Esta Vibert.
Virginia Vibert, joan Vigeant, Betty
Vlassis, Romaine Vlassis, james Voelker,
Arthur Vogel, Virginia Vogel,
Sally Volker, Donald Volz, Patricia
Vudures, James Wacker, Sally Waddell,
Shirley Wade, joy Wagner.
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Agnes Waier, Harold Wakeman, Beverly
Walker, Joan Walker, Nancy Walker,
Patricia Walker, Darald Wallace.
Robert Wallace, Sally Wallace, Phyllis
Walsh, Marie Walter, Royce Ward,
Donna Wardin, Susan Warner.
junior Wascher, Bill Waterman, Bertha
Waterstradt, Laura Watters, Thomas
Wayt, Donald Weber, Girard Weber.
jane Weber, Janice Weber Cno picture? ,
Joan Weber, Melvin Weeden, Robert
Wegner, Kenneth Wehner, Lila Wehner,
Carole Weinberg, Elaine Weirauch,
Helen Weisheim, Ellen Weiss, Joan
Weitz, Brenden Wells, Ronald Wenzel.
Thomas Wenzel, Rodney Werth, Lila
Westendorf, Virginia Westendorf, Betty
Westover, Maxine Westphal, Don
Mae Whitman, Allen Wieck, Marilyn
Wienberg, Mary Wiesenmaier, Robert
Wight, Lois Wilder, Barbara Wildey.
Delores Wildey, Marilyn Wilcls, Barbara
Wilkinson, Kenneth Wilkinson, Richard
Willett, Beverley Williams, Jerry
Robert Williams, Pat Willman, Shirley
Willmar, David Wilson, joseph Wilson,
Thomas Wilson, Aldean Wiltse.
Donald Wiltse, jack Wiltse, jean Wiltze,
Lila Wiltze, Ralph Wiltze, Bernard
Winieckie, Louise Winterstein.
Beverly Wissmueller, Louis Witting, Paul
Wohlfeil, Barbara Wolfe, Lois Wolfe,
Nancy Wolfe, Janet Wood.
Marlene Wood, Richard Wood, Virginia
Wood, Charles Woodington, Bonnie
Woodman Qno picturej , Judy Woodruff,
Marlene Woolgar, Lucille Wormer.
Caroline Worthington, Glenn Wreggels-
worth, james Wressell, Lorraine Yancer,
Sally Yarmuth, Dollie Yates, Bernice
Jack Young, Mary Young, Nancy Young,
Robert Zariski, Edward Zastrow, Elaine
Zauel, Marvin Zehnder.
Janet Zeilinger, Ruth Helen Zetzar Cno
picturel, Helen Zidick, Virginia Zoller,
Edith Zorn, Barbara Zuellig.
POST GRADUATES: without pictures
William Boivin, Chilton Jones, Robert
Klump, Betty Krenz, Robert Wodarak.
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Day, Party, Introduce Sopllshjto Arthur Hill
At Sophomore Day, which is held in june
for the sophomores who come to Arthur
Hill the next fall, JANET MYERS and BRUCE
MUELLER admire the showcase display.
Sophomores begin their social life at Arthur
Hill with the Sophomore Party in October.
Members of the planning committee this
year were JILL FERGUSON, SALLY WALLACE,
BARBARA MAUL, JAMES KEARFUL, and
New sophomores, CATHERINE SCHULTZ.
JANET SCHXVARTZ, NORMA MAAS, 8IlCl
BEVERLY KABOBEL leave the auditorium
after the assembly.
The Sophomore Party includes dancing and
entertainment. Here, NANCY ELLIS gives
her interpretation of Al jolson.
MRS. MARJORY JACOBSON and Senior MARY
ELLEN HOLMES answer questions for soph-
omores ARLENE HORVATH, BARBARA HU-
BER, BETTY HOLLIS, VIACK HANSON, JAMES
HALLMAN, and DALE HALL.
At the Sophomore Party one of the feature
attractions is, of course, the refreshments.
Here, refreshments are being enjoyed during
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WHER HILLITES SHOP
The School Yearbook
A Community Project
Now as in 1900 the community shares in the pro-
duction of the Legenda, as it does in many other
school activities. In 1900, 58 merchants made the
Legenda possible. Today 5 of the original advertisers,
in addition to 148 new ones, place the total number
of advertisements in this Legenda at 153.
KATHERINE HARVIE briefs Legenda members on soliciting for year-
book advertising. Listening are, back row. lefl to right: ELAINE
KOEPLINGER, DORIS RUHLIG, DOROTHY NELLETT, MARJORIE
CAMPBELL, JACK ARNDT, JOANNE HIMSEL, and LORRAINE AVERY.
Front row, lefz lo figbz are: TWILA MOONEY, DIONE BUTLER, JEAN
ANN BUSE, DORIS MOSSNER, and SANDRA MEYER.
Art Sample Furniture
Avalon Drive In
Glenn E. Barton, D.D.S.
Bauer 8: Bauer Cleaners
Bliss 84 Van Auken Lumber C
Brady Schirmer Sc Company
Brady 84 Wade Drugs
Car-Wal Food Market
W. L. Case 84 Company
Court Center Bakery
Crane 8: Crane SL Kessel
Culver Deisler Company
N. F. Dengler Pharmacy
William E. Dengler
Draper Chevrolet Company
A. E. Ensminger Company
Evans 84 Thomas
Farmer 84 Tonks
l:rank's Candy Shop
Friendly Shoe Store
Frutchey Bean Company
Garber Buick Company
A. G. Gardey, D.D.S.
Gase Baking Company
Goetz 84 Roeser, Florists
Granger 84 Nitz Pharmacy
Grohman the Florist
Gugel Funeral Home
Hamilton Home Bakery
Raymond A. Hart, D.D.S.
Bruce L. Hayden
Helfrecht Machine Company
Walter F. Hutfilz
The J. W. Ippel Company
johnson Maytag Company
Paul Krause Clothing
Wm. A. Lange 84 Son
Liebermann's Trunk Company
Lufkin Rule Company
M 81 B Ice Cream
MacDonald 8: Stingel
McIntyre's Ice Cream
H. C. Merrill, D.D.S.
Michigan National Bank
Miessner Music Company
Miller's Home Bakery
Murphy 8: O'Hara
Dr. Philip Nolish
Northern Supply Company
O'Keefe SL O'Keefe
Olsen Sc Ebann
Dr. M. Pike
Pik-Nik Drive In
Pure Oil Products
Lewis C. Pinney, D.D.S., M.S.
Porrerfield Auto Service
Quality Seal Oil Company
Ramshaw Photo Service
Raymond Products Company, Inc.
Wm. C. Roney Bc Company
Roy's Drug Store
Saginaw Building 8: Loan Assn.
Saginaw Central Oil 8a Gas Co.
Saginaw Dairy Company
Saginaw Hardware Company
Saginaw Ice 85 Coal Company
Saginaw Oil Company
Saginaw Photo Service
Saginaw Publishing Company
J. A. Schirmer 8c Sons
W. C. Schmidt
Schultz 84 Fuller
Scientific Brake Sc Equipment Co.
Seemann 8: Peters
Sears Roebuck 8: Company
Second National Bank 8: Trust Co.
Skycraft Hobby Shop
Stolz Service Station
Vanity Box Beauty Shop
Valley Cornice Bc Slate Co., Ltd.
Valley Sweets Company
Vogt, Ivers, Seaman 8: Associates
Watson Ice Cream
The Wickes Corporation
Wm. C. Wiechmann Company
E. F. Wieneke Company
E. F. Wieneke Tractor Sales
Williams Ice Cream
GLENN E. BARTON, D.D.S.
427 North Michigan Avenue
DR. A. G. GARDEY
610 Second National Bank Building
RAYMOND A. HART, D.D.S.
427 North Michigan Avenue
BRUCE L. HAYDEN
314-16 Graebner Building
HERVEY C. MERRILL, D.D.S.
427 North Michigan Avenue
DR. PHILIP NOLISH
202 Kresge Building
DR. M. PIKE
Second Floor Goff Building
Franklin at Genesee
LEWIS C. PINNEY, D.D.S., M.S.
427 North Michigan Avenue
CRANE 84 CRANE Sn KESSEI.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
308-9 2nd National Bank Building
FARMER 8' TPNKS WALTER MARTIN TO
Incorporated ATTORNEY-AT-LAW THE AVA'-ON
OPIEMSSTRSETE ANEIEPZEQNS 306-308 Graebner Building CW' Service 5004 Fwd
ou ran 5505 State Street
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311 North Hamilton Street BAUER S JEWELRY QIEHTLERJ
Phone 8101 Phone 8935 112 South Jefferson
BRADY, SCHIRMER 84 COMPANY
CAR-WAL FOOD MARKET
Quality Groceries and Meats
Farm Fresh Produce
Home of Fashions
1005 Second National Bank Bldg. Week Days 9-9 Sundays 12-9 321 C0111-r Sn-ee: Saginaw, Michigan
Court and Bay Phone 9619
sua wEsT GENESEE AVENUE cuLvER"DEIsI'ER co' The Best For Lexx
Corner of Genesee and Jefferson DIANA RESTAURANT
f Phone 2-8363
drug ahivsurgiy store
116 South Franklin
Clothing for the Entire Family
A. E. ENSMINGER 8: CO.
121 North Hamilton Phone 2-6572
GROCERIES AND MEATS
717 Gratiot Avenue Phone 2-9622
98 '50 Legemia
F A R N U M D R U G S
1301 Court Street
'Clove amd Hoslefuy Shop
422 East Genesee Avenue
FRANK'S CANDY SHOP
0 Homemade Candy
Corner Jefferson and Genesee
2718 Washington Avenue
FRIENDLY SHOE STORE
406 Court Street
FRUTCHEY BEAN COMPANY
120-130 South Franklin
HAMILTON HOME BAKERY
HOME MADE BAKED GOODS
118 North Hamilton
414 South Hamilton Street
24 Jarvis Yawkey Court
JOHNSON MAYTAG COMPANY
MAYTAG - CABINETS
1205 Court Phone 3-4283
505 Elm Phone 3-1373
PAUL KRAUSE CLOTHING CO.
MEN'S CLOTHING AND
404 Court Street Dial 8562
WM. A. LANGE 8m SON
219 North Hamilton
AIR CONDITIONING - HEATING
415 East Genesee
WITH - US - U - SAVE
2800 South Washington Avenue
MACDONALD AND STINGEL
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
408 West Genesee Avenue
MARTIN'S DRUG STORE
1500 Gratiot Avenue
MCGEE - FINLAY
The Sport Shop
615 East Genesee Avenue
313 South Michigan
MIESSNER MUSIC SHOP
220 South Baum Street
MILLER'S HOME BAKERY
Home Made Potato Bread
Pier - Cakes - Cookies
2602 State Phone 2-2353
Hotel Bancroft Building
114 North Michigan Avenue
O'KEEFE and O'KEEFE
1109 Second National Bank Bldg.
OLSEN and EBANN
Known for fine Diamomlx, Watches,
and Jewelry for nearly zz half century
418 EAST GENESEE AVENUE
PORTERFIELD AUTO SERVICE
COMPLETE MOTOR CAR SERVICE
Phone 2-8864 .1701 STATE ST.
PURE OIL PRODUCTS
"Fuel Oil at US Bef" RUPPRECI-lT's SAGINAW lc: AND COAL
AGENTS MARKET COMPANY
Fred Ruhlig Steve Hozeska
2128 Diendorfer 600 N. Seventh 2616 State Street Phone 2-6194 222 North Niagara
Phone 4-9445 Phone 2-0590
SAGINAW PUBLISHING W. C. SCHMIDT SCHULTZ AND FULLER
COMPANY BARBER SHOP HARDWARE
George W. Baxter, Jr.
408-410 Hancock Street
2605 State Street
626 Gratiot Avenue
Home Owned Home Operated
Federal at Franklin
Insurance Since 1856
120 North Michigan Phone 3-8511 Convenient Parking
SI'IEA'S The best in
equipment for ALLSPORTS
509 E. Genesee
Your Spalding Dealer
1120 State Street
Phone 4-6595 600 Gratiot Avenue
STOLZ SERVICE STATION
STANDARD OIL DEALER
5451 State Street
VALLEY SWEETS COMPANY
312 South Hamilton
114 South Franklin
Cl l' F Tl IV! lf
ol ,mg Fgzzilyye M L Distributors of Johnston
COOKIES - CRACKERS - CANDY
On Easy Terms
VUST,IVERS SEAMAN AND
Formally opened with the ded-
ication ceremonies September
23, the new stadium was com-
pleted in time for the '49 foot-
ball season. An Arthur Hill
alumnus, Mr. Robert Carl Vogt
'18, was the consulting archi-
Arcloitectznfal Engineers for the Arthur Hill Stadium.
Ronald Bronner, Lois Trinklein, Floyd Schmitzer, Phyllis Rummel, Ann Stromer, Lois Bernthal, Maxine Rau,
and Ruth Klammer are among the forty-five students who travel from Frankenmuth each day to Arthur
Hill to continue their education.
Central Meat Market Rau Brothers
FranKENmuth Theater Rummel's Studio
Frankenmuth IGA Rupprecht's Frankenmuth Sausage
Frankenmuth State Bank Satow Drug Store
Frankenmuth Mutual Fire Insurance H. J. Schluckebier's Garage
Frankenmuth Mutual Auto Insurance Simpson's Gift Shop
Frankenmuth News Ferd Weiss Implements
Mueller's Service The Fechter Hardware
Nuechterlein Supply Co. Star of the West Milling Co.
Nuechterlein Funeral Home Zehnder's Garage -
The Ortner Co. Zel1ncler's Inc.
The Home of the Famous
And Steak Sandwiches
"JUST GOOD FOOD"
BLISS 81 VAN AUKEN LUMBER
Lumber and Millwork
1100 South Niagara Street
DON BRADY CHARLES WADE
BRADY and WADE DRUGS
ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED HERE
630 Gratiot Avenue Dial 8633
Gerrit Wierda '43 is showing Joe Heitkamp and
Don Pfund all the good points on one of their new
200-204 N. Washington Avenue
W. L. CASE AND COMPANY
413 ADAMS STREET
'50 Le gemia
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Delicious, Refreshing, DIAMONDS WATCHES
Phone 2975 Bay Road SILVERWARE
2-4953 Saginaw W.S., Michigan
VALLEY CORNICE 8: SLATE CO.,
LTD' VANITY Box BEAUTY sl-lop
Sheet Metal and Roo mg Contractors 202 S. Michigan
314 N. Hamilton Street phone 2,9644
Pauline Henry and Jeanne Ryan purchase a cake from
the tempting array of delicacies of the Court Center
Bakery from Betty Woolgar also a 'I950 graduate.
EUURT CENTER BAKERY
Enioy our convenient grocery department
as well as our delicious baked goods.
H AG E R us glewehg
. . . I22 South Michigan, Saginaw, Michigan
THE H. R. TERRYBERRY COMPANY
. . . Grand Rapids, Michigan
are your "official RING and PIN dealer and Manufacturer"
The Stage Door Canteen has nothing on us.
Returning Hillites signal "Meet you at
Denglers for the BEST SODAS."
N. F. DENGLER DRUGS
1423 S. Michigan Avenue
Lumber and Coal
1764 South Jefferson Avenue
Phone 2-5101 Saginaw, Michigan
EVANS and THOMAS
300 Court Street
Heating and Plumbing
"WHEN BETTER CARS ARE BUILT
BUICK WILL BUILD THEM"
HVVHEN BETTER SERVICE IS GIVEN,
GARBER WILL GIVE IT"
110 WEST GENESEE
Catherine Peters and Ruthe Fischer purchase cosmetics
from Mr. William E. Dengler. Whether for a gift or
for personal use Dengler's Drug Store will have the
cosmetics to your satisfaction.
WILLIAM E. DENGLER
1001 Gratiot at Porter
WALTER F. HUTFILZ
Trucking and Welding
Gravel ' Tanks Made To Order
2850 BAY ROAD
'50 Le gemia
0LD HOME BRE D
GASE BAKING COMPANY
400 West Genesee
512 POTTER STREET
for good shoes for the entire family.
Phone 2-4653 Established 'l882
BAT 1' E R I E S
308 N. Hamilton Phone 2-3259
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
"SAGlNAW'S TELEGRAPH F1.oms'r"
Tom Cawley and Bob Dust go car shopping at
Draper's where Ted Denton, salesman, describes
the modern style and many conveniences of the
IJRAPER BHEVRULET CUMPANY
grimy TOOLS, TAPES M1 RULES
Lufkin Precision Tools, Tapes and Rules help the
g 5 4.. :.31,.,:,.,,:.,: student and apprentice get ahead in the tech-
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2 -. mcal field. They give him the feeling of con-
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2333 553,35 A demands.
1 Q A In the future, specify Lufkin Tools.
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GUGEL FUNERAL HOME
S l N C E 1 8 9 l
419 North Michigan
Phone 2-8531 THE W, I P P E L co.
Court Street and Michigan Avenue
When you think of furniture,
always think of - - -
Genesee at Franklin Furniture
416-418 Hancock Street
Randall Braman and John Cuthbertson inquire
about Goetz and Roeser's fine selection of flowers.
Clerk Henry Steltzriede '48, shows them a sample.
GUETZ AND HUESEH
200 South Michigan Avenue
For a Complete Real Estate 8. Insurance Service
Court at North Hamilton SAGINAW, MICHIGAN
QUALITY SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
All Shoes Fitted By X-Ray
420 East Genesee Avenue
".lusr TASTE THE DIFFERENCE"
M81B SELECT ICE CREAM
' SAGINAW ' BAY CITY ' ALPENA
' MACKINAW ISLAND
WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF
FINE QUALITY FURNITURE,
IDEAL FOR HILLITE HOMES.
MURPHY 84 0'HARA
714 EAST GENESEE AVENUE
Mrs. Ruth Bannan '24, shows Twila Mooney and
William Kleekamp a few books and magazines
from Granger, Nitz Drug Store's large variety.
GRANGER AND NITZ
2620 State Street
COSMETICS AND PRESCRIPTIONS
GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATE
T15 NORTH WASHINGTON AVENUE
NORTHERN SUPPLY COMPANY RAMSHAW PHOTO SERVICE
JOBBERS AND DISTRIBUTORS
AUTOMOTIVE AND INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS
We Specialize In Oversize
Saginaw Bay Cify Midland ALBUM style mms
Mt. Pleasant QUICK SERVICE
, Trailer Coaches
RAINBU IS good
RAYMOND PRODUCTS COMPANY
Brendon Wells, Dick Drewyer, and Merrill Williams, give
Their orders fo Nancy Herndon, waitress of Pik Nik, one
of Soginaw's newest and most modern drive ins.
MMM LZBIIW ,I
sTEAKs - cHoPs
HOME MADE PIES 0 FOUNTAIN SERVICE ' CURB SERVICE
SAGINAW HARDWARE COMPANY
SPORTING GOODS HARDWARE
WM. C. RONEY 81 COMPANY
MEMBER NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
1208 Second National Bank Building
Pianos and Appliances
Kahler and Campbell Fine Spinet Pianos
Quality Carpeting for Less
Saginaw Central Oil and Gas Co.
Office - 1420 Court Street
Garage - 1304 Bay Street
Station - 1120 W. Genesee Avenue
SAGINAW OIL COMPANY
300-310 JANES AVENUE
Ruth Howe '40 takes the orders of Hillites Mary
Krause, John Lauger, Chuck Hitsmanl, and Emma
Bommarito. Why not make Roy's Drug Store, con-
veniently located on Saginaw's West Side, your
after school snack shop?
BUYS DRUG STUHE
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EAT . . -U9
ENJOY . . .
E. F. Wieneke Tractor Sales Co
WAT s 0 N ICE CREAM l I ff 1'
829 Gratiot T. c. HACKETT zsotsaglnglvfhiiilllsgilvfnue
Manager Phone: 4-4343
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SAGINAW PHQTO SERVICE Brake and Wheel Alignment
your Kodak dealer
Phone 2-7962 507 Genesee Avenue
MlCHIGAN'S OLD INN
Selling Perfect Diamonds
I S , . Famous Hotel ot 'Way Back
n agmaw in Lumberjack Days
For Sixty-Eight Years
80 Years of Hospitality
J. A. SCHIRMER AND SONS
ELER5 S HUGH! EIGDTEE.
214 Genesee venue ,
4 064 gfcfatafzdcal 740:
The safety cmd purity of
our products are constant-
ly guarded in our own
Laboratory for your
1743 East Genesee
' if When you
me s:AL-o-co srAr1oNs is Think of HOBBE5
2114 S. Michigan 1'
i304 Gratiot :az K:-1 .-
1519 Mackinaw ' I' ' ' -
SKYCRAFT HOBBY SHOP
223 North Hamilton
For Food As Only the Strand
"SAGINAW'S FRIENDLIEST sroRE" Conprepcrell
- HAMBURGS - suNDAEs
- Hor Docs - MALTEDS
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. , SODAS . SOFT DRINKS
Federal at Genesee
Phone 3-8411 STATE AND BAY
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MICIIIGAN NI-ITIUNZIL BANK
Out Stare Michigan's Largesi Bank
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
SECOND ATIO L BA K
AND TRUST COMPANY OF SAGINAW
At the middle of the century we look back with pride to over 78 years
of service to the people of Saginaw and vicinity. A strong bank, organ-
ized by Saginaw stockholders, always in the forefront of every worth-
while project . . .
We pledge our Saginaw friends the same up-to-date attention to every
banking service during the next half century.
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past, it has been our pleas-
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1- .f Zi Mattie G. Crump
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" In at Arthur Hill High
I i' , ff QitC4'V School in producing
' 1 the Legenda. We want
i W' Z' A to take this opportunity
W 'V i to express our thanks
i , to them, and to extend
I to all members of the
1950 graduating class our
heartiest good wishes for the
success and happiness in life for
3 M- dv, -f K which their education has so
3 well prepared them. We "old-
- ig sters" who are in the busi-
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those of us in the Graphic
,X Arts, know full well the
N value of the wonderful edu-
cation you have been
If -It privileged to receive. We
trust you will make
the most of it.
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Mr. Louis Williams is falking lo Janef Spencer and
Wallace Techenlein about savings through real
BUILDING AND LIIAN IISSIIIIIATIIIN
407 COURT STREET
Clerk Jacqueline Sauve '49 is helping Joanne
Krause decide on a new coat while Barbara For-
bear looks on.
Wm. 61 Wiechmann 60.
II2-'IIS S. Jefferson
SAGINAW'S MOST COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
Equipped To Serve Your Automotive Needs
CourIeousIy, Efficienfly, Economically
Unexcelled in the following Specialized Services:
0 PAINTING 0 GENERAL REPAIRS ' 0 WASHING
' BRAKES 0 MOTOR TUNING 0 BUMPING
0 STEERING 0 LUBRICATION U FRONT ENDS
0 FRAME STRAIGHTENING
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E. F. WIENEKE COMPANY
205 North Michigan Avenue 942 East Genesee Avenue
Phone 2-7157 Phone 3-2446
Lined up at the counter for their after-school snack are
L. to R.: Randall Brciman, Janet Spencer, John Cuthbert-
son, Ken Grabowski, Lorraine Wegner, Wallace Techen-
tein, Charles Jones. Randall is being served by clerk
Delores Dietrich '5O.
D R U G S
The Wiclces Corporation
Wickes Boiler Company Division
Wickes Brothers Division
United States Graphite Company Division
School photographers, Curtis Leece and Alwyn Hansen, receive help from Monty Oakes
and Mr Harold Werkemu, ut the Werkema Studios.
Combined efforts of Student
and Professional photography
make for better Legenda pictures
3i5V2 East Genesee Ave. Phone 2-7031
Official Legenda Photographer
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