Arthur Hill High School - Legenda Yearbook (Saginaw, MI)
- Class of 1952
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our method of operating activities so that we may guide
the other six wheels. Each of us are cogs, generating the
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To the leaders of Arthur Hill who exercise their
cherished American rights as citizens we proudly dedi-
cate the 'I952 edition of the Legenda. These Hillites, the
starry gems in the crown wheel, are but representatives
of the fine leaders a school may turn out for the pro-
gression of the American Way.
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MR. RAYMOND W. MORROW
and MISS ETHEL A. PETERSON
direct the activity program and
counsel students. BEN MAYNE
asks for program help.
Through organization we are able to "drive" on to
an enioyable education by stressing this fundamental
democratic ideal. Fully aware that it takes all types of
us to make a world, the organization wheel knits stu-
dents and faculty into a united Arthur Hill.
HILLITES USE INITIATIVE AND "P.A." PRESSURE
ADVISORY PRESIDENTS for both semesters are DICK
STAUDT, DON CAMERON, ALLEN CRONK, JACK ALEX-
ANDER, JOHN BARSCH, WALTER AVERILL, BILL BIRDSALL,
KATHLEEN BUTLER, RONALD BRIDGE, KENNETH COLLINS,
RICHARD CARLSON, BILL CASE, DOROTHY DAVIS, JAC-
QUELINE EMMITT, MARIE PIETSCH, JUDY EPTING, BOB
FALLIS, ORRIN GEETING, MARILYN SCHUTT, CONRAD
SEIDEL, ANGELA SKENTZOS, JACK STROEBEL, SALLY
DOERFNER, JACK HANSON, DAN HABEL, JEAN IRVING,
DON HEALY, BILL HOLLOWAY, DICK KRUSE, DICK HUM-
PHREY, MARILYN LITTLE, RUDIANNE LAUCKNER, EUGENE
STUDENT CABINET OFFICERS, JACK ALEXANDER,
treasurer, JOHN ADAMS, president, CARL DIENER, vice-
president, and BARBARA ROUSH, secretary, talk over the
minutes of the last meeting. Each semester the school
elects its leaders through advisories.
The 56 advisories meet for the first I5 minutes every
day in their official homerooms. These groups provide coun-
seling and a place to carry out school business such as pro-
gram elections, all-school campaigns, and general elections.
An advisory consists of about 32 students, sophomores, iun-
iors, and seniors and elects its own officers. The 56 advisory
presidents form the governing body of the school and are
advised by Mr I. M. Brock, principal. This group decides
the policy and working plan for all school activities.
The boys paid their penalty for losing the STUDENT OR-
GANIZATION DRIVE by giving an assembly. Again this
year, the girls were successful in purchasing a greater num-
ber of the T684 student organization tickets. This was a
decrease of 200 SO's sold last year when 95 percent of the
school bought an SO. The six dollar SO permits students to
attend various activities throughout the year and includes
both school publications, News and Legenda.
Arthur Hill, along with all other Saginaw public
schools is represented at the meetings of the JUNIOR
CITIZENS' COUNCIL. The council discusses issues of all-
school importance, such as community campaigns and
drives, led by Mr. Chester F. Miller, superintendent of
schools, and Mr. Roy J. MacMurray, director of physical
education, health and safety. By bringing together the
student leaders of each of Saginaw's public school build-
ings, the Council believes it accomplishes its purpose
of achieving inter-school good will.
MARTIN, JEAN LEUENBERGER, MARGARET MARK, BAR-
BARA MAUL, SALLY MAYNARD, SANDRA MEYER, IRVIN
LICHTENWALD, BONNIE NIEDERSTADT, SUE MITCHEL,
BOB MEYER, GEORGE NAGY, YVONNE PETRE, CHARLES
WOODINGTON, JACK YOUNG, STUART GORDON, JEAN
PRUYNE, BILL RUMMEL, BOB REAMS, BARBARA ROUSH,
RUTH SCHULTZ, VIC LANDERYOU, RONALD LANG, JIM
CARL BARGER, MIKE SVERID, LAWRIE THOMAS, JAMES
WACKER, JOHN ADAMS, and MR. BROCK. Presidents ab-
James, Jerry Matson, Bruce Noble and Chuck Schmitz.
In Governing Students and Putting Over Drives
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Student Ticket campaign leaders were MARILYN
SCHUTT and SALLY DOERFNER for the girls, and
JACK ALEXANDER and JERRY MATSON for the
boys. Faculty advisers were MRS. NANCY BAXTER
and MR. HAROLD GlESECKE.
SUE SHORNEY and MRS. MARY STEWART dis-
cuss publicity for the P-TA DRIVE. Arthur Hill has
1,772 members in its organization, which is one
of the largest in Michigan.
Arthur Hill students contributed 5165.00 to the
annual TB SEALS SALE this year. Campaign leaders
were PAT WALKER and JANICE BOVAY.
The leaders of the RED CROSS Drive, JEAN BOCH,
PAT ASHBAUGH, CAROL MCMACKEN, BARBARA
TUNIS, D'ARCY JAMES, and SUE SHORNEY, look
over their campaign results. Fifty-five advisories col-
lected 'IOO percent membership to push the school's
total to 522728.
SERVICE T0 ALL IS REFLECTED
SENIOR HOSTESSES greet visitors, show
them around the school, and assist the of-
fice staff as receptionists. These are the
responsibilities of BARBARA ROUSH, MIR-
IAM BISHOP, SARAH MERRICK, ANGELA
SKENTZOS, KATHLEEN BUTLER, JUDY
RANKIN, and TOMSA STEWART, seated,
who are supervised by Miss Ethel A-
SERVICE CLUB members arrive early
each morning to supervise the halls until
the 8:00 bell. Students who received a
paid-up SO for their services are: EL-
FRIEDA BEYER, SALLY FENTNER, JEAN
DORN, EDWARD GREIF, and WILMAR
HAUBENSTRICKER. They are directed by
Mr. Raymond W. Morrow.
The DRIVERS CLUB, newiy organized
this year, elected officers: D'ARCY JAMES,
vice-president, EVA POMERVILLE, secre-
tary, and JACK ALEXANDER, president.
Here they discuss traffic problems with
SERGEANT EDWARD H. SMITH. The
group works with yardmen to improve
courtesy and safety on the part of all
who drive private cars to school.
STUDENT NURSE, NAN MITTS, dis-
cusses health problems with MISS JOSE-
PHINE EARLEY, school nurse, and KAY
KELLER. The student nurses are selected
from the home nursing classes and give an
hour of service each day. They are directed
by Mrs. Helen Beyer.
In Various Proiects Students Undertake as Volunteers
STUDENT LIBRARIANS check books in
and out for fellow students and have
voluntarily given an hour of service each
day. Miss Ruth Long, librarian, is assisted
by BONNIE FAHNANSTIEL, MARY ISHIR-
LEY7 KASPRZYK, SHIRLEY KUEHN, JAC-
QUELINE EMMITT, KAY ARCHANGELI,
MARIE HERBIN, NANCY SCHNEIDER, BETTY
HOLLIS, NANCY JONES, JANET O'BRIEN,
ROBERTA RAUPP, NANCY CORIPPO,
RUDIANNE LAUCKNER, RUTH ALLEN,
JOAN LITZNER, MARY JANE HEITKAMP,
DARLENE KEANER, PAT ROESLER, JANET
WEIR, and RAE JOYCE MINNIS.
CAFETERIA STUDENT ASSISTANTS help
in clearing trays and doing other odd
-iobs under the direction of Miss Ellen
Green, cafeteria manager. They are PAUL
SMITH, DONALD TURNER, RICHARD
STEELE, GERALDINE STARK, DELORE5
STORCH, KATHERINE STARK, KATHERINE
RUSS LUPLOW and JOHN BLOMSTROM buy
their school supplies from NANCY PAWLUS and
LAVELLE GRANT who assist in the Student Store.
Clerking in the store is done voluntarily before
school in the morning and during their lunch
THE SUCCESS OF THE SCHOOL - ITS NAME AND FAME
USHER CLUB members direct guests and
students to their seats in the school audi-
torium at all school and community affairs
held in the auditorium. They are AMYLOU
LYTLE, MARGARET MARK, SHIRLEY STO-
KUS, PHYLLIS FROST, PAT CONWAY,
KATHLEEN BUTLER, NANCY BOERTMAN,
and CAROLYN GILBERT.
ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS for school and
community are selected by SUSAN HAFT,
JUDY MORETTI, JANE DURMAN, MISS
CONSTANCE McWETHY, MISS BURNICE
GIBBS, JAMES KEARFUL, RICHARD HAUS-
LER, MRS. FRANCES HAMLIN, MISS MARY
LEWIS, and MRS. NANCY BAXTER. This
committee plans and supervises a program
of entertainment for the school year.
Music for NOON CLUB dancing in the gym
is selected by GEORGE NAGY, HARVEY HAUB-
ENSTRICKER, BOB KINGSBURY, and MARILYN
SCHUTT. Noon Club operates during both lunch
periods for students who do not care to go to the
library after eating.
W Guard With Ideas, Action, and "Spunk"
STAGE CREW responsibilities are
managed by DALE PRETZER, HERB Mc-
CULLAGH, DALE THEIL, STUART GOR-
DON, DICK WENZEL, and LEONARD
ZORN in cooperation with Mr. Stanley
Schubert. Their duties consist of handl-
ing the lights, curtain, setting, and sound
effects on the auditorium stage.
PROJECTION CREW members oper-
ate all movie machines and adiust the
loud speakers and other audio-visual
equipment. Working in cooperation with
the stage crew, they have made many
movies possible for entertainment and
study. EUGENE BUDD, LLOYD CART-
WRIGHT, BILL SCHWARTJE, JIM Mc-
CORMICK, and JOHN BLOMSTROM
work with Mr. Seymour Murphy.
HILLITES OF THE PAST GATHER T0 RENEW MEMORIES
Members of the CLASS OF 1926 met
for dinner and dancing last spring at
Rolling Green. A group of 'Former class-
mates, now living in different parts of
the country, reminisce over their high
school years. MR. CLARENCE HOERAUF,
Royal Oak, MRS. SUE DEAN SCOTT,
New Castle, Delaware: MISS ELSIE
MUEHLENBECK, Detroifg MR. ROLAND
HONISEL, Detroit, MR. MERRIL SHOE-
MAKER, Canton, Ohio, MRS. CLARENCE
FITTING, Hemlock, traveled to attend.
Looking at the 1926 Legenda to checlv
memories are MR. C. J. BARNETT, MR. ALI
FRED GAERTNER, MR. ALBERT POPP, MR
JACK BAUER, and MR. ARMON WILLIAMS
Seated are MRS. DOROTHY SKINNER GIEI
SEL, class sponsor of 1926, MISS JOSE!
PHINE GRIGGS, and MRS. COILA START
BULLARD, yearbook sponsor that year, anc
MRS. MARGARET TYLER MILLER.
Each year the class having its 25TH
ANNIVERSARY plans a get-together.
The faculty having had these people as
students are usually guests of honor.
Enjoying a friendly chat at their 25
year reunion were MR. KENNETH A.
KELLY and MRS. KELLY, '26, and MRS.
JOHN DOERFNER and MR. DOERF-
PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION as-
sists with school activities by planning
meetings for the promotion of the best in
education. The officers for 1951-52 con-
fering at the October Open House gather-
ing are MRS. W. ROLLAND STEWART, MR.
RICHARD RANKIN, MR. l. M. BROCK.
Other officers are Mr. Sam Healy, Mrs.
W. K. Anderson, Mrs. Mary Stewart, Mr.
Conrad Fischer, Mrs. Clarence P. Bauer,
Mr. William B. Keyser.
While Parents and Teachers Fund Their Knowledge
At the Parent-Teachers Association Annual O en House,
many parents took advantage of the assistance of SARAH
MERRICK to find various classrooms.
Each year the ParentATeachers Association sponsors a
pot-luck for the whole family. This popular gathering re-
quires two dates as the cafeteria can accommodate only
900 persons and the attendance runs high. The iournalism
The annual P-TA card party is held in the cafeteria to
finance welfare work among students as well as offer
another opportunity for parents and friends to visit the
school. Enioying an evening of bridge and refreshments
were MRS. DONALD W. GILBERT, MRS. HAROLD W.
NAGEL, MRS. JACK GILBERT, and MRS. FRANK WELLS.
department entertained last year with a "Big Show" pro-
gram with Ruth Glass as Tallulah, Sally Butts and William
Galarno, scriptwriters, and Al Hanson, technician. Pictured
here is an advisory family evidently enioying their meal.
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THAT WE MAY BENEFIT FROM THE ESSENTIALS
SAGINAW BOARD OF EDUCATION members serve the
people of Saginaw who elect them to direct the public
schools. Members are, left to right: MR. HEIL M. ROCKWELL,
treasurer, MR. ROSWELL BURROWS, MR. J. ROBERT GRUBE,
MR. ROBERT W. GRANT, JR., DR. RAYMOND A. HART,
vice-president: seated: MR. CHARLES C. COULTER, ad-
ministrative assistont, MR. GEORGE D. PROSS, clerk of the
board, MR. WALTER A. LEESCH, president, MR. CHESTER
F. MILLER, superintendent of schools. Missing from the
picture is Mr. Edward C. MacRae, secretary.
Hostesses for TEACHERS' WEEK,
which opens the school year, are Arthur
Hill girls. All city and county teachers
meet tor lectures and discussions in pre-
paration for the new term.
The chosen theme ofthe program was
"Developing Responsible American
Citizens" with Mr. Lawrence E. Met-
calf, University of lllinois, as the lnsti-
tute guest. ln smaller group meetings,
leaders were assigned topics to be
discussed and reported for the benefit
of the whole by the various divisions.
Monday noon the Saginaw Teachers
Club sponsored a luncheon where new
teachers were welcomed. Wednesday
the Chamber of Commerce sponsored
a Business-Education Day when all
teachers were guests of a business
concern of their choice. Thursday they
attended individual buildings for
Hillites assisting the teachers during NER, BARBARA ROUSH, seated: EL- meeqings, and on Ffidqy all send-.ers
Education Week were SALLY DOERF- FRIEDA BEYER, MARILYN SCHUTT, and worked in fheir own Classrooms fo pre-
NER, CAROLYN MOELLER, SUE WAR- JANE DURMAN. pare fgr the opening week of schaol,
Ol Education, Common Sense, and "Pep Talks"
The FACULTY CABINET represents the teachers of
Arthur Hill, They consult with MR. I. M. BROCK, principal,
on all school plans and policies and approve awards. The
Cabinet consists of MR. BROCK, chairman, MR. HAROLD
W. GIESECKE, MRS. SALLIE M. BROWN, MISS ETHEL A.
This year Arthur Hill welcomed eight new teachers to
the faculty. The newcomers are, top row: MISS PATRICIA
STEIGELY, MISS MILDRED L. ANDERSON, MR. KURT
KAMPE, and MRS. HAZEL GUNTHER. Those seated are:
MISS RUTH W. LONG, MR. ROBERT A. BARRINGER, MISS
PAULINE SIMON, and MR. CHARLES FOWELR.
REPRESENTATIVES to the Saginaw Teachers' I
Club attend the city meetings and represent
Arthur Hill faculty at all times. The number of
representatives depends on the number of
teachers on the faculty. Hillite representatives
include MISS ELOISE BACON, MR. JAMES F.
ULRICH, MRS. RACHEL JEROME, MRS. NANCY
BAXTER, MISS AMY GATZ, and alternate,
MRS. SALLIE M. BROWN. Missing from the
picture is Mr. A. G. Dersch.
PETERSON, MISS RUTH E. PATOW, MRS. FRANCES M.
HAMLIN, MR. BRYANT S. WILSON, MISS NORMA HILE,
MISS MARY F. LEWIS, MRS. MARY STEWART, MISS IRMA
L. STOCKDALE, and MR. RAYMOND W. MORROW.
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Sports-arousing both skill and spirit, dances-re
laxing work-weary students, and intramural competition
prove outlets for emotions of excitement The activit
wheel whirls at a breathtaking spin, giving us opportuni-
ties to display talents and develop abilities, all of which
make for a balanced education.
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CLUB HILLITE, ARTHUR HlLL'S NIGHT CLUB
MR. DAVID GAINEY and BILL MAAS leod the
singing of Christmas carols at the Christmos Party.
Showing their skill at cz game of pingpong ot Club
Hillite are BRADLEY ZUVER, FRED ALHBORN, JOHN
WESTLUND, DICK AULT, and DICK WESLEY.
SUE TURNBULL ond JANICE TECK sell tickets for
Miss Gertrude Turner's advisory who chose to sell
Enjoying refreshments served by BARBARA GUY
at the snack bar are MARCIA FURSTENBURG and
DOROTHY GRAY, JEANNE SOVAY, JOHN WEST-
LUND, JERRY ST. CLAIR, TOM WHITNEY, and
FRANK RIDDICK enjoy a cord game.
Draws Heavy Patronage of Waltz, Fox Trot, and "Bop" Enthusiasts
CLUB HILLITE provides entertainment for all with week
end dances. The "Big 14" of Club Hillite are the season
chairmen for each standing committee. They are chosen
from the girl and boy advisory representatives. Members
are, top row: CARLA ALMQUIST, JUDY RANKIN, PAT
The DANCE BAND plays for all school dances and activi-
ties. Members are, top row: BILL CASE, director, BEVERLY
DeSHONE, vocalist, JIM GILLMAN, GEORGE BAIN, ALLEN
CONWAY, JANE DURMAN, CAROLYN MOELLER, with
MR. HARVE C. LIGHT, club adviser. Sitting on the floor,
are BOB WIGHT, RON PRENTICE, JOHN CUTHBERTSON,
DICK STRINGER, SUE WARNER, BARBARA ARMSTRONG,
DON CAMERON, DICK SHULAW, and BOB WALLACE.
SPOUSTA, JOHN LEAMAN, BUDDY COLLINS, FRED REIN-
IG, front row: DICK HAUSLER, BOB KINGSBURY, BOB
RADINA, JOHN BARSCH, JERRY TIMMONS, ALLEN CRONK.
BRAVO'S HERALD GABLES AND GRABLES
The DRAMATIC SEASON includes annually two all-school
plays, a play tournament, pageants, and the Band Bounce.
The Arts-Dramatics Club is the nucleus for the planning
and production of the season's offerings. Mr. Stanley D.
Schubert has directed this program since 1923.
"Weep No More My Lady," the story of Stephen Foster's
life, was presented as the first semester play.
Taking repeated curtain applause are, left to right:
JAMES WOODROW, JANET ZEILINGER, JANET SCHMIDT,
HELENE BICKEL, CHARLES ANDRE, MARGE LeCRONlER,
LORRAINE SCHWARTZKOPF, RUTH SCHULTZ, RICHARD
SCHLUCKBIER, JOANNE WEITZ, SHIRLEY LITTLE, MICHAEL
SVERID, NANCY REID, ROBERT KINGSBURY, CLIFFORD
KLEIN, BONNIE NIEDERSTADT, MARILYN DOWNER, WIL'
LIAM LUGER, JOAN RANDALL, DALE BALL, DAVE MCDER-
MID, ALFRED GLASBY, WILLIAM MASS, seated, NAN
DON CAMERON, as E. P. Cristy, rehearses his minstrel
men, STUART GORDON, VALENTINE COUER, BILL CASE,
"No FoIIowers," one of three plays, was presented
in the Annual Arts-Dramatic play tournament as directed
by Don Cameron and Sue Shorney. The cast included
DAVID McDERMID, RUTH ALLEN, and NAN-JOY CRONIN.
and BILL BIRDSALL. DAN HABEL, Ole Black Joe, and
MARILYN KRAUSS, Olivia in "Weep No More My Lady,"
proved to be faithful servants.
ARTS-DRAMATICS CLUB officers, DON CAMERON, presi-
dent, MARILYN SCHUTT, vice-president, SALLY PERKINS,
secretary, and JOANN SPADAFORE, treasurer, select cos-
tumes from the school wardrobe.
With Applause, Encores, and "Laughs"
"Jane Eyre", a well-known English classic by Emily I
Bronte, was presented March 28, as the second semester
play. The story centers around an English governess, Jane
Eyre. DON CAMERON, Mr. Rochester, talks with RUTH
SCI-IULTZ, Jane Eyre, and BONNIE NIEDERSTADT, his
niece, Adele Vehrens. -
DAN HABEL, CHARLES GROBE, JOAN VIGEANT, EL-
FRIEDA BEYER, SHIRLEY THOMPSON, and HEDWIG GEIGER
helped make "Jane Eyre" a praiseworthy performance.
Taking a curtain call after a successful performance of EARLEEN SCHELL, NANCY BOELL, CAROLYN MOELLER,
".I0n6 Eyre" are MICKEY MARR, JOANN SPADAFORE, MARIAN CESAR, Gnd DICK SCHLUCKBIER,
DON CAMERON, RUTH SCHULTZ, BONNIE NIEDERSTADT,
Dramatics and music department members combine their
taIents for the annual CHRISTMAS PAGEANT. Soloists and
accompanists for this pageant are, standing: NANCY
BOELL, DICK SCHLUCKBIER, and RUTH SCHULTZ, sitting:
MIRIAM BISHOP and LORRAINE SCHWARTZKOPF.
THE VERSATILITY OF HILLITE THESPIANS
A CAPPELLA CHOIR MEMBERS sing for the Spring Con-
cert, the Band Bounce, the Christmas Pageant, and many
outside organizations. The members are, top row,
PAUL SMITH, WILLARD WALLGREEN, JAMES
KEARFUL, WILLIAM BIRDSALL, DAINIS MARTINSON,
CHARLES SCHULTZ, JAMES WOODROW, MARVIN WAL-
KER, JOHN KEMP, ROBERT BRALEY, and LAWRENCE
Fourth row: STUART GORDON, LYLE LeCRONIER, CON-
RAD PERSON, MARWOOD FRANK, BETTY HOLLIS, JOAN
SCHULTZ, JANET ZEILINGER, JOAN WEITZ, JANET SCH-
MIDT, JOAN ENZER, VALENTINE COEUR, RICHARD SCH-
LUCKBIER, WILLIAM LUGAR, GEORGE CLAYTON, RICH-
ARD STRICKER, ALFRED LaFRENIERE.
Third row: BARBARA MUNGER, PATRICIA BOYLE, PA-
TRICIA BRYANT, PHYLLIS GERARD, LORRAINE SCHWARTZ-
KOPF, BETTY SHAVRONCH, HELENE BICKEL, NANCY SOR-
GATZ, JOANN ELLIOT, SUE MITCHEL, SALLY DOERFNER,
NANCY REID, SHIRLEY LITTLE, MARILYN LeGEAR, CHARLES
ANDRE, CLIFFORD KLEIN.
Second row: EVA POMERVILLE, NORMA CROZIER,
NANCY JONES, PATRICIA HOLLEY, PHLAVIAN POPP,
BETTY PLASKEWICZ, DOROTHY NICE, JOAN NIEDER-
STADT, JOAN PAYNE, DARLENE CLARK, NANCY YAR-
MOUTH, MARIAN REYNOLDS, BONNIE KARP.
ANDREA HARTNER, RUTH SCHULTZ, MARGERY Le-
CRONIER, NANCY BOELL, MIRIAM BISHOP, BETTY SCH-
NEIDER, SANDRA VANDERSTEIN, BARBARA WAZNY
MARY PASSON, JOYCE PASSON, ALICE MANNION
JANICE McLEAN, DORIS ENGERER, DORALEEN TURNER.
"Why the Chimes Rang," the Christmas pageant, 'featured
a peasant home and church scene. Cast members are,
st ndin : JOANN SPADAFORE, ARNOLD RUSKIN, DAN
HABEL, JEAN IRVING, kneeling: DON CAMERON, GENE.
VIEVE SCARBOROUGH, DICK WENZEL, MAURICE SWARTH-
OUT, and MIKE SVERID.
The BAND BOUNCE annually pro-
vides an opportunity for a display of
student showmanship. TERRY ANDRE
was the T951 Band Bounce Master of
Newsboys in the Central Park scenes
were SALLY HEINEMAN, SUE WARNER,
and ARNALEE CALLAN. In the back-
ground are policeman, DICK SCHLUCK-
BRIER, and flower lady, CAROLYN
Members of the DIXIE LAND BAND
provide cI jazz session for an apprecia-
tive audience. Members were BILL BRU-
TON, BOB KINGSBURY, BILL CASE,
BARNEY BOLT, and TOM GOCHNAUR.
Is Shown In Reverent, Guy, and 'SI Iy" Moods
The hevelry DOLLVDANCE featured ANN NORTI-ICOTT, BARBARA TUNLSI NANCY MACK, MARILYN DOWNER,
VIRGINIA VIBERT, SUE HURST, LORENE LIEBRECHT, ANN ARNALEE CALLAN, JUDY EPTING, MARILYN SCHUTT, ANN
MeeMEEIcIN, CAROLYN MOELLER, CAROLYN GILBERT, WELLS, and SALLY HEINEMAN.
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The HARMONETTES proved that boys erervr Ihe only BARBARA ARMSTRONG, NORENE CHERRY, MARILYN Le-
ones who CCI1 harmonize. The girls were DEE ETTE GALON- GEAR, SALLY DOERFNER, MARILYN LITTLE, BARBARA
SKA, ADELAIDE BROWN, LORRAINE SCHWARTZKOPF, WHITMER, and SHIRLEY LITTLE.
WHILE ACCOMPANIED BY MUSIC OF BAND AND CHOIR
The GIRLS' CHOIRS meet fifth and seventh hours and
sing in the Christmas Pageant, Spring Concert, and Band
Members are, top row, left to right: GAIL COOPER, LOIS
SCOTT, EDWINA DITTMAR, JOYCE MARTI, MARY BAUER,
PAT MAEDER, KATHLEEN DUNGEY, JANET SEITZ, JOYCE
MINNS, HARRIET SMALL, GLORIA WATZ, KAY HEIDGER,
BARBARA MISKA, MARILYN BRINKMAN.
Third row: LORETTA SCHNEIDER, RUTH LEINBERGER,
VALERIE RUBY, SANDRA DAVIS, KAY BATTEN, CAROL
Seventh hour CHOIR members are, top row, left to
right: JOYCE CARL, IRENE SCHIEFER, ROCHELLE SMODER,
MYRTLE CHAMBERS, BETTY SCHERZER, BARBARA KRAUSS,
PATSY WALKER, PHYLLIS SCHABERG, LOIS LINCOLN,
AUDRE HULL, ARLENE MILLER.
Third row: PAULINE TREA, LILA PARKS, NOREEN COT-
TRELL, BARBARA BARBER, DOLORES SUCKEY, ELAINE
WAGNER, THERESA McINNIS, MARY FOBEAR, EVELYN
LEAR, JOAN HABECK.
The BOYS GLEE CLUB meets before school every Mon-
day, Wednesday, and Friday. Members are, top row, left
to right: JIM DALY, HUGO KARP, ROY BEYERLEIN, DON
BRUNS, CHARLES SCHULTZ, MARWOOD FRANK, CHARLES
DENTON, RICHARD HAUSLER, CLARE TUBBS.
Middle row: LYLE LeCRONIER, EARL SOMERVILLE. DAVID
ANN BENWAY, SALLY BLACK, DOROTHY REED, DONNA
PARKER, MARY STRICKER, JOAN GORNEY.
Second row: PAT YOUNG, BARBARA FINK, AMELIA
ALFANO, BERNICE WESTENDORF, SHIRLEY GULLIFOR,
SALLY DEZELSKY, DONNA TIGNER, MARILYN HUBER,
CONNIE SAPONIERI, SUE GUY, PHYLLIS BEAMISH.
Bottom row: CATHERINE LAMIA, LOIS CAMMIN, AU-
DREY MINGUS, BARBARA LITZNER, ANGELINA HURNEY
HILDEGARD BICKEL, DORIS FANGER, SOPHIA SMITH
MYRNA WOLFE, and BETTY RAYMOND.
Second row: JOYCE HUNTER, ROSE DEE, SHIRLEY SMITH,
NORMA LAMONT, ANN LaLONDE, ROLLIENE MILLER,
NANCY GILMOUR, SHIRLEY GOSLIN, PAT TRUSKOSKI,
Bottom row: MARLENE MCMILLAN, JUDY QUALMAN,
FRANCES MANCHESTER, DELORES PFLUEGER, JOANNE
HIBBARD, EVAJEAN RAILLING, CATHERINE MORELLO, and
MCDERMID, VINCENT WINIECKE, JIM KEARFUL, TOM
LAMPEL, DICK SCHLUCKBIER, JIM PERRY.
Bottom row: STUART GORDON, MAURICE SWARTHOUT,
LARRY CANTU, BOB BRALEY, CALVIN CASTER, LAWRENCE
HARRY BROOKS, VALENTINE COEUR, and DICK
Which Is Melodious, Stirring, and "Off Key"
The BOC CLUB honors students who can do solo work.
Officers standing around the piano are CHARLES SCHULTZ,
program chairman, BILL CASE, secretary, BILL BIRDSALL,
president, DICK SCHLUCKBIER, vice-president, LORRAINE
SCHWARTZKOPF, treasurer, and JANET SCHMIDT, publi-
The RESERVE CHOIR members unite with the A Cappella
Choir for school concerts. Members are, top row, left to
right: MAURICE SWARTHOUT, GERALD HOFFMAN, DICK
MclNTOSH, WILLARD WALLGREN, HUGO KARP, BOB
BOWDEN, CLARE TUBBS, DON BRUNS, ROY BEYERLEIN,
LAWRENCE PASSON, PAUL SMITH, JIM SAUER, HARRY
BROOKS, LARRY WHITE, CALVIN CASTER, JOHN KEMP.
Third row: HERBERT NEUWIRTH, PAT HOLLEY, SHIRLEY
LAMBERT, GLENDA PREMO, GAY GAGE, CELIA McBRATNIE,
JOY RISLAY, BARBARA CHERRY, BARBARA HARRIS, BETTY
PLASKEWICZ, PHLAVION POPP, TERRY HUMPAL, ROGER
BROWN, ROBERT REED, JOHN HILBRANDT.
Vocal music students take part annually in four school
programs: the Christmas Pageant, Spring Festival, Band
Bounce, and Commencement music, participate in local
and state competition, and answer numerous calls for
music on community programs. All vocal music is directed
by Miss Rachel McMillan.
ARNOLD RUSKIN, NANCY BOELL, and GERALD HOFF
MAN, solosists for the Spring Festival, gather around the
piano while ALLEN CRONK beats out a tune.
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Second row: NORMA CROZIER, MARIE PIETSCH, EVA
POMERVILLE, MARGARET BAUM, ANDREA HARTNER, DAR-
LENE CLARK, JOAN PAYNE, BARBARA FITCH, JOAN NIED-
ERSTADT, WILMA LAUR, LILA BASNER, SALLY FURLO, SUE
Bottom row: ooms GEYER, ELAINE SCHUKNECHT
LORINE HAUBENSTRICKER, PHYLLLS LOESEL, KATHRYN
FECHTER, SANDRA VanDERSTEIN, MERLE HOLLAND
GRETTA WESTIN, SHIRLEY HARTSELL, ANITA BUTTERFIELD
CAROL GUSHEN, and WANDA BRAWLEY.
are MARY JO COCHRAN, KENNETH
WILLMAN, FEROL COMPTON, JEAN
STRACHAN, JEAN DORN, JANE DUR-
MAN, KAY MATSON, and RUTH BAR-
WITH DEADLINES T0 MEET AND COPY T0 WRITE
LEGENDA, the yearbook, is a iunior-senior class and
extra hours proiect. This 'I44 page annual is the largest
the school has produced since World War II, and it is the
first oft-set edition. Yearbook editors work from May to
May to produce a picture story of school activities.
Section editors are JEAN DORN, head typist, JOHN
ADAMS, sports, SALLY MAYNARD, COPY: JANET SCHWARTZ
and CATHERINE SCHULTZ, co-editors, PAUL KEMP, photo-
grapherg DICK STAUDT, layout, MARILYN sci-IUTT, head-
lines, and KAY GARDEY, classes and clubs. Not in the
picture is Barbara Roush, headlines.
Typists and pasters for the Legenda
JUDY RANKIN, BARBARA WILKINSON, SALLY WAL-
LACE, NANCY ELLIS, and NANCY BOERTMAN loolc
through the Legenda reference cupboard at yearbooks for
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Attending the JOURNALISM SHORT COURSE during
the summer at Michigan State College to prepare for
senior editorships are, standing: SALLY MAYNARD, DIANE
HARMON, CATHERINE SCHULTZ, SUE SHORNEY, and
seated, JANET SCHWARTZ.
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Seniors editing the 1951-52 ARTHUR . "" ' ' L i-
HILL NEWS won for the school Colum- Q vs ' l
bia University Press Association Medalist fx
Award and Northwestern University M ' Q
grading Homecoming Edition top honor ...NL
rating. The staff also won the Gallup
Award, for general excellence ond
service and received several letters of
commendation in recognition for out-
Staff seniors are, top row: DON
HEALY, photographer, CAROLYN GIL-
BERT, associate editor, SUE WARNER,
editorial page editor, MICKEY MARR,
sports editor, and DIANE HARMON,
city editor. Bottom row, KATHLEEN
GREER, managing editor, MARY LOU
BERNECKER, editor-in-chief, and TOMSA
STEWART, club and class news.
QUILL and SCROLL, international honor society for high
school iournalists, meets to honor publication students and
promote iournalism. The group co-sponsors the Honor
Alumnus recognition, plans the fall and spring trips to
state press meetings, and enters individual and group
writing for national competition. Miss Mattie G. Crump is
the faculty sponsor. Treanor Chapter officers are, stand-
ing: CAROLYN GILBERT, treasurer, JANET SCHWARTZ,
second semester secretary, and SUE WARNER, vice-presi-
dent, seated: KATHLEEN GREER, first semester secretary,
and MARY LOU BERNECKER, president.
NEWS underclassmen, after two semesters of reporting
prove their ability by editing the annual iunior issue. They
are, standing, left to right: MARGARET BUEKER, PATRICIA
HUMPAL, RUSS LUPLOW, SHIRLEY SAGER, JEAN RUSSELL,
and JOAN SNOW: seated: NANCY KNEUSS, SUE SHOR-
NEY, and DEE ETTE GALONSKA.
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JEAN BOCH represents the iournalism department on a
weekly radio broadcast called "School News and Views."
Jean is editor and MC for the program, which is broadcast
over WSGW every Monday at 4:45.
Sue Shorney collects and edits the school news 'lor The
Saainaw News IN SAGINAW SCHOOLS column.
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Debaters finished the I952 season with a record of 21
wins and 27 defeats to merit fourth place in the Valley
JOE FLORA confers with SHARON CATES about their
plans for the next debate. This debate team had the
excellent record of being undefeated.
SUE ROGERS and JOAN VIGEANT, another debate team,
are discussing points to emphasize their side of the
Students competing in the Valley
Tournament in Flint in Original Oratory
are alternate CAROL PARKER, RUTH
BARCHAK, JEAN BOCH, and MARLENE
GALONSKA. Ruth earned a place in the
JOANN HIBBARD, LARRY WILLS, PAT HARDEN, alter-
nate, and DAVID MCDERMID were the winners of the
I952 Sophomore Declamation. Sophomores competed in
advisory contests, memorizing three minute speeches. The
advisory sophomore winners then competed for top
honors in the school wide contest with longer speeches
to deliver. These four were chosen to represent the
school in the Valley contest.
SALLY BAILEY and DALE PRETZER check their debate
card notes to find points to emphasize issues on the na-
tional debate question, "Resolved, Thatall American citizens
should be subiect to conscription for essential service in
time of war."
TERRY WILSON and JIM KEARFUL practice for their
rebuttal. They, among other debaters, entertained the
veterans at the Veterans Administration Hospital with
their debate on conscription.
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SERENA GRAY, PATRICIA HUMPAL, CAROL McMACKEN,
MARILYN KRAUSS, and NAN-JOY CRONIN. Serena, Nan-
Joy, and Carol placed in the region. Serena placed second
in the state contest. Missing from the picture is Dick
n Producing Entertaining, Wortlrwlrile, unrl Unique Programs
The ASSEMBLY series is a combination of professional
and student productions. All programs are publicized and
are open to the public.
JACK LARSON, right, waits for BILL MORRIS to rub the
magic lantern which will take them flying to the land
of the peculiar. This stunt was one presented to students
by volunteer boys. The boys, who lost in the annual
SO campaign against the girls, offered the talent as-
sembly as a penalty.
Balancing MRS. LANCASTER in this unusual positron
is her husband and teammate, MR. LANCASTER. The Lan-
casters presented their balancing acts on October I5 in
one of the professional assemblies.
GIRARD WEBER returned safely to the audience after
participating in a stunt during an archery exhibition as-
sembly presented by MR. DONALD BECHTOLD and his
wife. GIRARD, blindfolded, was the victim in a falsified
"William Tell" act.
Reigning over the pep assembly before the
Saginaw High-Arthur Hill football game is
"King Arthur Hill" better known as ARTHUR
KEITH, who prophesies the game results while
his attendants, MICHAEL SVERID, CLARE
TUBBS, and JAMES MclNTYRE hold staffs with
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estivities, October 26 with Bay City Central, was, JANE DURMAN, JUDY RANKIN, and SANDRA '
arbara Maul. Members of the Queen's Court are
KINGSBURY, ELAINE INMAN,
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CHARLES E. CALVERT, MR. JAMES L. SHACKLETON
Final payment on was
from activity funds at the close of the football season.
Representatives of the school, alumni, and bank
MR. JULIUS IPPEL, and MR. STANLEY SWIFT.
participating were, top row: MR. JOHN C. KAY
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dance are: JANE DURMAN, DON WEICHART, BAR
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RANKIN, BOB KNOX, and THOMSA STEWART.
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the team' V' 'T' KNOX, BILL HOLLOWAY, LAWRIE THOMAS, L I H
SEND-OFF. These boys were State finalists in Lans-
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TOM DEZELSKY, Hill tailback, breaks through
the Bay City defense for one of the few long
gains registered by the Hillites in the homecoming
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Catholic Central back, in a desperate goal line
stand, are JACK ALEXANDER itopl, TOM DEZEL-
SKY Imiddlel, and PETER NAGEL Cbottoml.
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The Lumberiack football call was answered by
I8 Iettermen and closed the season with a record
of 4 wins and 5 losses.
Coach KURT KAMPE, a newcomer from Ann
Arbor, took over the coaching chores and in-
troduced the singlewing style of play.
The highlights of the year were the dual vic-
tories over the two Flint schools, Central and
Northern, for the first time in HiII's sports his-
tary. The Lumberiacks closed their season by
being host to their cross town rivals, Saginaw
The Little Hills, led by Coach SEYMOUR
MURPHY, marked up a season record of 3 wins
and 4 defeats. Though they improved steadily
throughout the season, they were unable to re-
claim the "Little Brown Jug."
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1951 FOOTBALL TEAM members are, left to right: Manager
PHIL SERRIN, RON SEARS, BILL
JIM HOLCOMB, GEORGE BAIN,
JACK YOUNG, JOHN BARSCH,
DICK AULT, DUANE BEECHLER,
PALMER, JOHN CUTHBERTSON,
PHIL REAVES, VIC LANDERYOU,
MICKEY MARR, RON BRIDGE, DON WEICHERT, and Manager
Middle row: Coach KURT
JIM MARKLE, TOM ANDERSON,
DICK VANDERVEER, HAROLD
RUMMEL, TOM DEZELSKY, RON DINGMAN, WALT AVERILL,
BRUCE NOBLE, ALEX WAIER, DOUG STRICKER, BILL PARKS, and
End Coach ROBERT BARRINGER.
Front row: Backfield Coach CHARLES FOWLER, BOB FALLIS,
AL KEYSER, JOHN ADAMS, JACK ALEXANDER, JACK LARSON,
KAMPE, Manager BOB BECKER,
BILL GRANVILLE, DICK MOHNK,
HATHERLY, DICK WOOD, BILL
PETE NAGEL, Captain JIM FOX, CARL DIENER, DICK KACKMEIS-
TER, ROGER ABBOTT, RUSS LUPLOW, JACK HANSON, JERRY
BIRNBAUM, and AL JEROME.
Sept. 14 Arthur Hill .................. 18, Lansing Eastern ......
Sept. 21 Arthur Hill ................ 26 Hamtramck ............
Sept. 28 G.R. Catholic ............ 26 Arthur Hill ...... .....
Oct. 12 Pontiac ........................ 184 Arthur Hill ...... .
Oct. 26 Bay City .......... ........ 2 61 Arthur Hill ..............
Nov. 2 Arthur Hill ...... .......... 6 I Flint Northern ........
Nov. 9 Midland .......... ....... 8 ' Arthur Hill .......... .
Nov. 16 Arthur Hill .................... 7! Flint Central ..... .
Nov. 22 Saginaw High ............ 27 Arthur Hill ...... .
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All-Valley first team for his second consecutive year. Vqlley fim fgqmg fm- his gggqnd consecugiye yur,
DICK KACKMEISTER, offensive center and defensive linebacker, JACK LARSON' lockl" waived l""o"'bl' m'ml"' on Ill' All
Placed on ,he Angvonw second Nom. Valley team. Jack is a three year varsity letterwinner.
BASKETEERS EARNED WELL DESERVED VICTORIES
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with a record of I7 wins and 4 defeats, and advanced to the
state finals. State runnersfup players include, top row: Doctor
HAROLD MAYNE, Manager BOB FALLIS, JIM FOX, HAROLD HATH-
ERLY, JACK YOUNG, DON WEICHERT, VIC LANDERYOU, BOB
JOHN ADAMS is a first team All-Valley repeater and the teams
leading scorer for two seasons. John scored l8l points to place
third in the Valley and 309 for the entire season.
JACK ALEXANDER is a three-year letterman and long shot artist.
Jack drew honorable mention on the All-Valley team.
JERRY BIRNBAUM, forward and guard, earned honors for speed
in the fast break style of play and earned the nickname "blond
BECKER, Manager, KELLY HENDRICK, and Coach CHARLES FOW-
LER, front row: DALE HALL, JACK ALEXANDER, JERRY BIRNBAUM,
CARL DIENER, RICHARD CANSFIELD, JOHN ADAMS, and JIM
CARL DIENER, co-captain, was a tremendous rebounder and team
leader. Carl earned second team All-Valley and second team
HAROLD HATHERLY was a standout on defense and his passing
set up many easy baskets for the scorers.
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VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
ARTHUR HILL ....,..,. 66 Grand Rapids cam. ..., 54
Midland .,..........,....... 52 ARTHUR HILL ....,....,,..,,. 48
ARTHUR HILL ..,... ,... 7 6 Bay City ...,..,...,.........,. 42
ARTHUR HILL ......... 76 Flint Central .........,...,.. 48"
Flint Northern ...,.,... 55 ARTHUR HILL .,......,... 53"
Pontiac .,.,............,.... 39 ARTHUR HILL .......,,.. 32'
ARTHUR HILL .....,.... 74 Saginaw .....,.........,..,.., 46"
ARTHUR HILL ....,,.... 76 Bay City ......,..,....,...,,,, 40"
ARTHUR HILL ...... ., 56 Flint Central ,,.. ...,.,.,,, 5 4'
ARTHUR HILL ...,,.,. 61 Flint Northern .....,.. ,.59"
ARTHUR HILL .....,. .50 Midland . ......,. ..,,...,... 3 2'
ARTHUR HILL ....,... 63 Pontiac .,,............,..,...,. 32"
ARTHUR HILL .....,... 66 Saginaw ...................,.... 56"
ARTHUR HILL ,... ..,,.. 6 6 Muskegon Heights .,,... 32"
ARTHUR HILL ,,..,.... 82 Grand Haven ...,...,., 45'
'Games forfeited because of ineligible players.
ARTHUR HILL ..,.... 89 Port Huron ........., 35
ARTHUR HILL ...,..... 68 Owosso ,.... ,..,.... 4 4
ARTHUR HILL .,,.., .,57 Saginaw ...,.. .....,.... 4 8
ARTHUR HILL ,........ 65 Lansing Sexton , ....... M45
ARTHUR HILL ...,..,. 40 Detroit C.C. ..,. ......... 3 6
Highland Park ...,... 43 ARTHUR HILL ......,........ 42
DALE HALL, co-captain, was a defensive stalwart
and playmaker. Dale proved his worth in State
RICHARD CANSFIELD, first string forward, could
always be depended upon for his steady play.
DICK CANSFIELD watches at the left as DALE
HALL prepares for a iump shot in the state cham-
pionship game against Highland Park in the
Michigan State College Jenison Field House.
JUNIOR VARSITY basketball boys, coached by MR. SEYMOUR MURPHY
marched to an undefeated season winning I3 games in a row. Team members are,
top row, left to right: Coach MURPHY, JIM RIGHTER, BOB WOLFGRAM, JIM
HEMPSTEAD, LAWRENCE PASSON, LLOYD CARTWRIGHT, TOM LAMPEL, JACK
STROEBEL, JIM WOODROW, DAVE PROUX, RONNY WRIGHT, and Manager
ROBERT FALLISg middle row: DICK WEINBERG, AL DAVIS, BOB BECKER, DON
WEICHERT, ORRIN GEETING, JERRY THICK, and DALE HANSONp front row: TOM
WALLACE, JIM BRUSSOW, DICK AULT, STANLEY ANDERSON, HARVEY WOLFE,
and ED STROBEL.
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Fordson ...................,............. .......
Battle Creek ...................., .......
VALLEY RECORD STATE MEET
ARTHUR HILL ............ ....... 5 I
Bay City Central ...... ....... 5 I Bay City Central ......
Flint Central ........ ....... 2 4 ARTHUR HILL ........
Pontiac ......... ...-... 0 6
Battle Creek ............ 50
Arthur Hill .... ....... 5 1
Arthur Hill .... ....... 4 5 Bay City Central
Arthur Hill .............. 49 Pontiac ,,,,,,
Arthur .............. Flint Central ,,..,..,
Bay City Central ...... 44 Arthur Hill ,,,,,,
Arthur Hill ................ 65 Pontiac ,,,,,,,,,,
Arthur Hill ...... ....... 6 0 Flint Central ,,,,,,,,
Arthur Hill ................ 46 Battle Creek ........
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Lumberlack SWIMMERS tied for the
Saginaw Valley Championship, placed
fourth in the state meet, and set two
national records. Team members are,
top row, left to right: BOB REAMS,
JERRY DOYLE, HARRY HAWKINS, BILL
HOLLOWAY, DON HEALY, DON CAR-
ROLL, GEORGE WEBER, LAWRIE THO-
MAS and Coach DAVID A. GAINEY.
Bottom row: DON BRADY, GALE FOX,
JIM ELLIOTT, Captain BOB KNOX,
JOHN BARNETT, HERB SCHMIDT, JOHN
KEMP, and DON WADE.
BILL HOLLOWAY completed his third year oi
the varsity, swimming in the 200-yard freestyli
and the relay events.
BOB KNOX, captain, contributed to a no
tional record in the 400 yard freestyle relay
He also set a new national record in the IOI
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DON HEALY proved valuable in the individual medley proved his all around ability in the breaststroke and
and breaststroke. individual medley.
LAWRIE THOMAS, freestylist, could always be depended JIM ELLIOT, diver, gave the team balance.
on for a first or a second.
BOB REAMS, added valuable points in the breaststroke
DON CARROLL finished his second varsity season and and relay events.
ile Tracltmen Excelled In Difficult Feats
1952 TRACK SCHEDULE
Apr. Saginaw Rouge Events .................... There
Apr. Flint Northern Rouge Events ............ There
Apr. Arthur Hill, Saginaw Relays .... Mt. Pleasant
Apr. Bay City Central ................................ Here
Apr. Flint Central ........................ ........... T here
May Mt. Pleasant Relays ..... ........ T here
May Valley ........................ ............ H ere
May Regionals ............... ......... Y psilanti
May State .......................... ......... A nn Arbor
May Valley Non Grad
1951 TRACK RECORD
Saginaw High ................ 63
ARTHUR HILL ................ 30
ARTHUR HILL ................ 44
River Rouge Relay
R HILL ............
orthern . .........
w High ..........
R HILL ..........
ARTHUR HILL ................ 6956 Bay City Central ......
ARTHUR HILL ................ 57 Sqginq
ARTHUR HILL .............. ..72
Mt. Pleasant Relays
Saginaw High ................ 5555 Arthur
State ............ .........
Non Grad . .... ..
w High ..........
R Hill ............
ARTHUR HILL lst
ARTHUR HILL 2nd
ARTHUR HILL 3rd
Twenty returning TRACK Iettermen bolstered
the 1951 team to win first in regional, second in
state, and third in-non-grad competition. Report-
ing to Coach GLENN MASON, the 1952 letter-
men are, top row, left to right: JERRY BIRN-
BAUM, RONALD BRIDGE, CARL DIENER, JACK
LARSON, BILL BIRDSALL, and AL JEROME. Second
row: JOHN DIMERCURLO, FRANK NEIDERSTADT,
KEN KREUGER, BRIEN LANG, JUNIOR WASCHER,
and JOE WILSON. Front row: JOHN CUTHBERT-
SON, DICK STRICKER, DON ROOKER, CONRAD
SIEDEL, JERRY MILLER, LAWRIE THOMAS, and
Lumberiack CROSS COUNTRY boys finished
with 3 wins and 2 losses and third in the Valley
and eleventh place in the state meet. Team mem-
bers are, top row, left to right: Coach GLENN
MASON, JERRY SCHUCH, DICK KRUSE, and JOE
WILSON. Front row: BILL STONER, manager,
JOHN CAMMIN, DON ROOKER, and HARVEY
HAUBENSTRICKER, manager. Missing are Ken
Krueger and Frawk Neiderstadt.
CROSS COUNTRY SEASON RECORD
Pontiac .......................... I8 ARTHUR HILL ................ 39
ARTHUR HILL ................ 'I9 Flint Central ...... ........ 4 0
ARTHUR HILL ................ 26 Flint Northern .............. 30
ARTHUR HILL ................ 27 Bay City Handy ............ 28
Bay City Central ............ I5 ARTHUR HILL ................ 45
Valley Meet ARTHUR HILL Third Place
State Meet ARTHUR HILL Eleventh Place
SPRING SPORTS LOOK TO SUNNY DAYS
1951 BASEBALL RECORD
Bay City Handy ........ 5
Flint Northern .......... 2
ARTHUR HILL ............ 1
Bay City Handy ...... 5
ARTHUR HILL ............ 1
Saginaw High .......... 3
ARTHUR HILL ............ 1
ARTHUR HILL ........ ,...3
ARTHUR HILL ............ 6
ARTHUR HILL ............ 3
Midland .................... 7
ARTHUR HILL ............ 6
ARTHUR HILL ....
Bay City Central
ARTHUR HILL ............ 4
ARTHUR HILL ............ 2
Saginaw High ..
Flint Central ............ 4
1952 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Apr. 17 Saginaw High .............................. Here
Apr. 21 Bay City Handy ...... ........ H ere
Apr. 24 Flint Northern ...... ....... T here
Apr. 28 Bay City Handy ....... ....... T here
Moy 1 Pontiac ............. I .... ......... H ere
May 5 Bay City Central ...... ....... T here
May 8 Saginaw High ......... ...,... T here
May 15 Bay City Central .... ......... H ere
May 22 Open Date
May 27 Flint Central ..... ....... T here
BASEBALL Iettermen reporting to Coach Wil-
Iiam Vondette are, top row, left to right: RON
LANGE, DON DEZELSKY, and CHARLES LINK,
front row: RICHARD SHULER, LIONEL HOLLINGS-
WORTH, JOHN ADAMS, and TOM DEZELSKY.
1951 GOLF RECORD
ARTHUR HILL ........ 439
Bay City Handy .... 452
Flint Central ........ 438
Flint Northern ...... 368
Bay City Central .... 402
ARTHUR HILL ........ 438
Pontiac ................ 391
ARTHUR HILL ........ 427
ARTHUR HILL ........ 424
ARTHUR HILL ........ 335
ARTHUR HILL ........ 341
ARTHUR HILL ........ 320
Midland ................ 427
1952 GOLF SCHEDULE
Apr. 22 A.H.-Saginaw-Pontiac ................ Pontiac
Apr. 25 Bay City Handy .................. ....... T here
Apr. 28 Owosso ................. ........ H ere
Apr. 30 Flint Central ....... ....... T here
May 5 Midland .................. ........ H ere
May 9 Bay City Central .......................... Here
May 14 A.H.-Saginaw-Flint No. .......... Saginaw
May 17 Valley Meet .................... ....... O wosso
May 24 State Meet ................... .........,... M idland
GOLFERS play their home meets on the Saginaw Country
Club course under the direction of Coaches David Gainey
and Charles Fowler. Team members are, left to right: JIM
ELLIOT, GEORGE WEBER, IRVIN LICHTENWALD, JIM LAE-
DKE, RON DINGMAN, BILL BOOTH, DAN HABEL, JIM
BUCKLEY, and WALLY FINK. ART KEITH gets off a good
1951 TENNIS RECORD
Flint Central ............ 7 ARTHUR HILL ............ 0
Pontiac ...................... 7 ARTHUR HILL ............ 0
Bay City Handy ........ 7 ARTHUR HILL ............ 0
Owosso .................... 7 ARTHUR HILL ............ 0
Flint Northern .......... 4 ARTHUR HILL ............ 3
Owosso ...........,........ 7 ARTHUR HILL ............ 0
ARTHUR HILL ............ 4 Flint Northern .......... 3
Flint Central ............ 7 ARTHUR HILL ............ 0
Pontiac .................... 7 ARTHUR HILL ............ O
ARTHUR HILL ............ 0
Bay City Central ...... 7
TENNIS TEAM members will start their third year ot
competition in recent years. Team members are top row:
BILL SPENCE, BRUCE NOBLE, HANS HENNECKE, bottom
row: GARY MUELLER, NORM LQBRENZE, DICK CARLSON,
ond Coach GEORGE PURDY.
Prowess In Club Sports Offers Relexution
Practicing her game at Parkland Lanes is
RIFLE CLUB members meet every Wednes-
day night in the school rifle range which is off
the boy's locker room beneath the gym. The
cIub's obiect is to teach safe and correct use
of firearms. The boys had one dual meet
this year defeating Post 2066 CExplorer Posti
by the score of 300 to 210. Club officers are
DUANE DYE, range officer, JIM SHOOK, vice-
president, JACK REMER, president, and DON-
ALD TUNNEY, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Bryant
S. Wilson is the club adviser.
Girls of the BOWLING CLUB meet every Thursday atter
school at Parkland Lanes with Miss Helen Olmsted as
advisor. Officers are JEAN THOMAS, secretary-treasurer,
CAROL RIKLEY, president, and CATHERINE SCHULTZ, vice-
president. The Teenettes are the season's championship
team. Sue Howe, team captain, received the cup for her
INTRAMURAL PROGRAMS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
Winning the girls' intramural basketball crown by de-
feating all opponents in a straight elimination schedule,
was Team 4 with a score of I4 to 8. Dividing the girls
into teams composed of eight members, and scheduling the
games which were played after school was done by Miss
Mary M. Doidge, gymnasium instructor. Members of Team
4, left to right: DOROTHY VASEY, MERLE HOLLAND, PAT
LANGDON, RUTH BERKOBEIN, and BARBARA WOLFE
watch as Captain KATHLEEN GREER demonstrates the chest
LETTER GIRLS must earn at least 200
points to qualify. To earn their points
they participate in volleyball, basket-
ball, and baseball. With each sport
they receive 50 points and 'I0 extra
points if their team wins the champion-
ship. Members are, top row: MARGARET
MARK, PAT CONWAY, PAT HUMPAL,
MARIE HERBIN, CAROL MCMACKEN,
MARILYN MOHNK, and PAT MAEDERp
front row: BARBARA WOLFE, DORIS
ENGERER, KATHLEEN GREER, PAT
LANGDON, and MARION DAY.
Capturing the girls' VOLLEY-
BALL CHAMPIONSHIP this year
was Team I. The champions de-
feated Team 7 by straight elim-
ination. Team members are, top
row: ARLENE BOLF, KAY CUL-
BERT, MARY IDA DONOVAN,
JANICE GNATKOWSKI, SALLY
HERM, and MARGIE MALZAHNQ
front row: AGNES PREMO, KAY
RODITCHER, MARGIE SOWAT-
SKY, and DOROTHY VASEY.
Uncover Talent and Add "Variety" To Full School Schedules
Intramural basketball was supervised by Mr. Glenn
Mason, athletic director, and Coach Kurt Kampe. The
supervisors chose the BOARD of DIRECTORS who then
took complete charge of the program. Their responsibilities
were to take care of scoring, schedules, and selecting re-
ferees. The members on this board were, left to right: JOHN
CUTHBERTSON, ALLEN CRONK, CARL DIENER, TOM DEZEL-
SKY, and RONNIE SEARS.
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Winning the advisory boys' INTRAMURALS BASKETBALL
championship for the North half of the school was Mr.
Glenn Mason's advisory. Members of the team were, top
row: MR. MASON, adviser, ED KERN, ROY McEWEN, and
JIM KIMMEL, front row: EUGENE MARTIN, NORMAN
MEYER, BILL MASON, and JIM MacMlLLAN.
Referee JIM WOODROW throws
' the iump ball for centers LARRY
SCHUCH and ROY McEWEN from Mr.
Shorney's and Mr. Mason's advisory,
respectively. The championship game
was played for an all-school assembly,
with Mr. Mason's advisory winning the
championship 33 to 25.
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Runners-up for the South half was Mr. Robert Shorney's
advisory. Team members were, top row: MR. SHORNEY,
adviser, BRUCE SMITH, PHIL SERRIN, and ED SCHMIDT,
front row: CHUCK SCHMITZ, BRUCE DENO, JACK SCHULTZ,
and LARRY SCHUCH.
The friction wheel revolves solely to spark active par-
t' ' ation in clubs and classes. It grinds diversified activi-
ties which permit us to sample leadership and to accept
responsibility, whether it profit our world of today or of
un -- Achievement
IN OUR PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGE
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PUBLIC SPEAKING students attain poise and speech
practice by giving talks for their classes. ROBERT HUDSON
takes his place at the lecturn to give an impromptu speech
on one minute's notice.
JUNIOR ENGLISH classes stress poetry as an important
part of their class work. ALBERT ROHN, TOM LOUCHART,
RUSSELL BULL, TOM HAMILTON, GERALD BLEHM, GLENN
RUHLIG, and ALAN WILLS examine some of the proiects
based on poetry they enjoy.
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SENIOR ENGLISH students read "The
Atlantic Monthly" to supplement their
regular class work. BOB WIGHT and
BOB KINGSBURY read contemporary
articles in contrast to the text classics.
GERRY HERBERT diagrams a sentence
in SOPHOMORE ENGLISH. Second
semester the literature gives a taste of
form and vocaloularv study.
We Read Poetry, Prose, and Write "I,000 Word" Themes
The Y-TEENS CLUB aims to help girls to know themselves
and others better, and to grow in every way. Y-Teens
present an award annually to the outstanding sophomore
girl, co-sponsor after game dances, make novelty pins
to be sold at games, and sell candy during the basketball
games. Margaret Mark, Carol Scherping, and Amylou
Lytle and their sponsors, Mrs. June O'Dell and Miss Pauline
Simon, represented Arthur Hill Y-Teens at the state con-
vention in Lansing this year. Club officers are MARNA
ZEHNDER, vice-president, BEVERLY SMITH, president, and
JO ANN SPADAFORE, secretary. Missing from the picture
is Eunice Bowen, treasurer, who represented all Saginaw
Y-Teens at the Chicago conference.
MIRACLE BOOK CLUB members gain
inspiration from the before school de-
votional at their Tuesday and Thursday
meetings. The group helped organize
a chapter at Saginaw High and spon-
sored a rare Bible display for the Easter
season. Officers of the club are JOE
FLORA, president, SUE ROGERS, treas-
urer, DIANE PEDERSON, vice-president,
and SHARON CATES, secretary.
The HI-Y CLUB is a service organiza-
tion for boys interested in making its
members better citizens and leaders.
Annually they present a cup to the
outstanding sophomore boy. This year
they sponsored a blood donors cam-
paign for the city defense effort. Club
officers are RON BRIDGE, treasurer,
STUART GORDON, secretary, BOB
NEUMANN, vice-president, and JOHN
T0 PREPARE US T0 BE MATHEMATICIANS
ALGEBRA is the introduction to advanced and college
mathematics and is offered four semesters. ALICE BAIN
goes through the steps of an equation for IVARS BERZINS.
CAROL RICE constructs an isosecles triangle as ED PERSON
gives her assistance. PLANE GEOMETRY students develop
power of reasoning through proving theorems.
The PYTHAGOREANS CLUB was organized to increase in-
terest in mathematics. The club alternates puzzles and
problems with discussions on advanced mathematics. The
officers of the two semesters are JEAN IRVING, secretaryp
GWEN CLUNIE, treasurerp BRADLEY ZUVER, president:
DON CAMERON, vice-presidentg ARNOLD RUSKIN, vice-
president, and DAN HABEL, president. Missing from the
picture is Pat Conway, secretary.
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The FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
CLUB was organized to encourage stu-
dents to enter the teaching profession.
JEAN IRVING, president: ELLEN
FOULDS, secretary: MARCIA HELM-
KAMP, vice-president, and RACHEL
TIEDKE, treasurer, plan a trip to Cen-
tral Michigan College of Education.
Retailers, "Strikers" and To Work Together in a Democracy
MARILYN BERKOBIEN explains some of the common
shorthand characters to SUE l.aLONDE and RUTH BLOSSER.
After two semesters of SHORTHAND these girls hope for a
dictation rate of 80 words per minute which will earn
them a commercial award.
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HILLITE CO-OPS is composed ot
RETAILING and OFFICE TRAINING
students. To gain money for pro-
iects, and experience in business, the
club sells pop corn and candy at
home games, manages the student
store, and work about town. Of-
ficers of the club are: JACK La-
LONDE, program chairman, DIXIE
ARCH, reporter, YVONNE PETRE,
vice-president, SALLYANN ALLES,
secretory, BEBE PROCTOR, reporter,
MARY FRIES, treasurer, DIANE HAR-
MON, president. Miss Mildred Ander-
son and Mr. Raymond Hartman are
faculty sponsors and iob coordina-
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OFFICE TRAINING classes gain experience by typing
and mimeographing tests and outlines for teachers.
YVONNE PETRE, JANET QUESNEI., and LOIS LEWELLEN
help in the office worlcroom by running off a stencil.
JUNE BRANT, JO ANN DAVIS, and JOAN JEWETT work
for increased speed and accuracy as they type five minute
timed writings. In TYPING CLASS these students also
learn the fundamentals of letters, invoices, and other bus-
AMIGO, AMICUS, FREUND, AMI-
JUDY HOLLAND, PAT DURMAN, JIM HARMONY,
and DALE HANSON select records and magazines to
use along with the text books in Miss Cora Helen
Morgan's SPANISH classes.
GERMAN CLASSES use blackboard assignments in
their daily work. Here DICK MARR and SIGRID
EPPLE write and translate a German sentence. Hill-
ites have an opportunity to take three years of
Students further their study of German by ioining
the GERMAN CLUB under the direction of Miss Pa-
tricia Steigley. VIRGINIA FLATHAU, secretaryy JAN-
ICE BARTH, treasurerp JEAN HEINE, presidentg and
RUTH MOSSNER, vice-president, make the final
plans for their annual Christmas caroling trip.
LATIN students gain a knowledge of Roman life by
making proiects depicting life in ancient Rome.
Stories and myths of Roman Gods also bring variety
to the usual translations. LARRY CANTU, SUSAN
HESS, JOHN SEAMAN, and PAT HARDEN examine
some of the proiects from Miss Gertrude Turner's
Friend" Is An International Salutation of Goodwill
ln FRENCH class DEE GALON-
SKA, MYRNA YANCER, BARBARA
GIEROW, LOIS CONGROVE, and
NANCY REID examine dolls dres-
sed to represent the different
French provinces. These dolls
were dressed as a proiect by
some of the students of Mrs.
Mariory Jacobson to supplement
their class work.
it"MAll WAR IAABLH
The SPANISH CLUB was established to further in-
terest in Spanish customs. The members aid under-
privileged Mexican children and enioy a typical
Spanish dinner at the end of the year. Officers are
RACHEL TIEDKE, secretary, MABEL DELANEY, treasur-
ery MARILYN SCHUTT, vice-president, DELORES AR-
RIAGA, president, and NOREEN CHERRY, point chair-
The LATIN CLUB strives to create an interest in
the life and customs of the ancient Romans. A unique
part of the club program is the system of rank
raising in which a member may earn points to pra-
gress from a slave to a freeman and then to a
consul. The officers of the club are JO ANN SPADA-
FORE, vice-president, JOAN LITZNER, treasurer,
MARGARET MARK, president, and CAROL MCMACK-
ON WORKS OF THE FUTURE, HILLITE
KATHLEEN LAMROUEX works fastidiously to make a
poster for one of the many causes to which the ART
DEPARTMENT contributes its talents directed by Mrs. Vir-
CRAFT class soap sculpturing was one of outstanding
accomplishments this year. D'ARCY JAMES and JIM HILL-
MAN examine some of the figures that won prizes in the
Womans' Club Art Show at the Saginaw Museum. Mrs.
Betty Horton is instructor.
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Christmas party. Here EVELYN FINGER, MISS ETHEL PETER-
SON, SHIRLEY GOSLIN, and HELEN OATTEN partake
of the festivities.
Artistic appreciation and a knowledge of color combina-
tions are only a few of the essentials needed for an INTER-
IOR DECORATOR. Showing their ability in making a slip-
covers are ROBERTA RAUPP and JULIUS PEITSCH.
N mes Will Appear-Artist: Van Dyck, Owner: Carnegie, or Just "KiIroy"
MANUAL ARTS student LAWRENCE LANCHAT puts the
finishing touches on one of his proiects. Besides carpentry
these boys have an opportunity to learn metal working
direct by Mr. Robert Barringer.
CRAFT students express their talents from wood and
soap carvings to weaving. WALLACE GULLIVER and JACK
TREASE send a shuttle through a rug weaving loom. These
students design all of their own work.
MECHANICAL DRAWING gives boys a taste of drafting,
designing, and architecture as a hobby or handyman.
CHUCK WOODINGTON uses his compass to complete a
drawing. Mr. A. A. Pieritz is instructor.
These HOME NURSING girls completed the 'first course
offered at Arthur Hill. Class members were JANETTE
PERRY JOANN BECKER, MARION DAY, SANDRA DAVIS,
BETTY GRAY, BERNIECE GEYER, MARY SIMMET, SHIRLEY
BIELBY, NAN MITTS, PHYLLIS FROST, GAIL COOPER,
GERALDINE THOMAS, DIANE MCKINSTRY, GERALDINE
MONSEES, and DOROTHY REISIG.
IN SCIENCE, ACADEMIC AND APPLIED
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their CIOIIY lessons. 5IUdYln9 SPeCim9f1S are STANLEY AN- on the resonance of sound. Besides sound these PHYCISISTS
DERSON and JIM HOLCOMB.
BOB KINGSBURY, vice-president, RONALD DINGMAN,
president, and EDWARD KERN, secretary, are the officers
of the CRUCIBLES CLUB. These boys, selected from chem-
istry classes, further their interest in chemistry through
meetings and trips with their sponsor, Mr. A. G. Dersch.
study electricity, heat, and light.
LORRAINE SCHWARTZKOPF, secretary, CAROL RIKLEY,
vice-president, DOROTHY FISHER, treasurer, and NORMA
MAAS, president, officers of the FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF
AMERICA, select crystal for their annual Mother-Daughter
banquet. The club advisors, Mrs. Lorna Zeigler and Miss
Norma Hile, help to plan interesting programs.
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We Prepared To Be Engineers, Nurses, Farmers, and "Hopeful Homemulrers"
ALCHEMIST CLUB officers, BARBARA GUY, president,
SALLY BAILEY, secretary, and HEDWIG GEIGER, vice-presi-
dent, examine the retort, the club's symbol. This invitational
club honors girls who excel in chemistry.
HANS HENNECKE, vice-president, TOMSA STEWART,
president, BARBARA GIEROW, secretary, and BARBARA
ROUSH, treasurer, are the officers of the BIOS LOGIA
CLUB. Miss Edith R. Jensen is club adviser.
JERRY HALM, CARL ROSSMAN, and EUGENE BUDD meas-
ure the amount of corn in the crib.
The FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA aim to further on
interest in scientific farming. The first and second semester
officers of the club are, top row: RICHARD POPP, president,
CARL ROSSMAN, secretary, ARDEN CLARE, vice-president,
ELWYN LESH, sentinel, LYLE LeCRONlER, secretary, EUGENE
BUDD, president, PETER BOOS, vice-president, and TOM
LAMPEL, reporter. Mr. Howard Lytle advises the boys who
PIGH Pfolects, trips, and classes for farmers of the com-
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CLUB members learn about their chosen
profession by taking trips through hospi-
tals and listening to speakers. The club
sponsor is Mrs. Helen M. Beyer. The
officers of the club are SARAH MER-
RICK, vice-president and MARGARET
BENEFITS DERIVED FROM SOCIAL SCIENCE
AMERICAN HISTORY classes evalu-
ate the history of their own country and
its underlying philosophy by studying
the notable events in history. BRUCE
SANDERS decorates the classroom with
suitable pictures under the direction of
Mrs. Sallie M. Brown, department head.
Sometime before graduation day, every Hillite spends
one semester of his time in AMERICAN GOVERNMENT and
ECONOMICS. In these classes students study the organi-
zation of the government and business. JACK LARSON ex-
plains checks and drafts to PHYLLIS FARRINGTON and
TOM SCHUETTE demonstrates court proceedings as
GEORGE STEWART acts as attorney. COMMERCIAL LAW
students learn the value of national and state laws.
Saskatchewan, despite its unusual name, is easy to find
on the map and globe as is demonstrated by GEOGRAPHY
students RUTH PRIEM, SANDRA WISE, and JIM MARKLE.
Aid In Tlie Understanding oi World Problems, Health, and "Etiquette"
Learning the essential role that health plays in life are
JIM REIDLINGER and RICHARD STEELE. This unit is taught
in sophomore boys' ART OF LIVING classes which also
include vocational planning under the direction of Mr.
David Gainey and Mr. Seymour Murphy.
The ART OF LIVING CLASSES cover
many proiects. The use of Christmas
cards as holiday decorations are weigh-
ed by IRENE SCHIEFER and VIRGINIA
SIMON. Miss Mary F. Lewis and Miss
Constance McWethy are instructors.
GIRLS' JUNIOR and SOPHOMORE GYMNASIUM classes Good sportsmanship and team work are the important
participate in volleyball as a part of their physical educa- factors taught in boys' PHYSICAL EDUCATION classes.
tion program. These classes meet on alternating days to This group of junior boys learn and practice some cales-
art of living. thenics.
MRS. I. M. BROCK and MISS ETHEL
A. PETERSON sample the punch at the
Honor Alumnus Tea in the Community
MR. BAKER, SALLY ANN BUTTS, Quill and Scroll
president, and ALWYN HANSEN, Legenda editor,
exchange congratulatory remarks with the Honor
Alumnus. Sally and Al were committee chairmen for
the Honor Alumnus recognition committee.
WSGW and WSAM broadcast the ceremony for
MR. HARRY P. BAKER, '91, first Honor Alumnus
selection, given at the Honor Assembly. Honor
Seniors of Arthur Hill students were recognized
for outstanding leadership, service, and scholastic
SECOND HONOR ALUMNUS
JOHN ORTON GOODSELL '15 became the second Honor Alumnus of Arthur
Hill High School at the Annual Honors Assembly, May 21. Dr. Goodsell is
recognized for his outstanding leadership and great skill in the field of oral
surgery and at the same time for his civic services to the city, state, and nation.
The Treanor Chapter of Quill and Scroll in behalf of Arthur Hill High School
is proud to pay tribute to Dr. Goodsell as a great American who typifies the
best in business stability, participation in public affairs, social respect, suc-
cessful family life, and, most important, the proper attitude and philosophy
toward life and its responsibilities.
Dr. Goodsell was presented with a certificate of service and leadership and
his picture was hung in the community room where guests, honor students and
their parents congratulated Dr. Goodsell during the reception that followed
SENIOR HONORS INCLUDE PLAQUES, CUPS
I952 NATIONAL HO
Sally Bailey, Virginia Bean, Mary Bernecker, El-
frieda Beyer, Irene Bickel, Miriam Bishop, Nancy
Boell, Harold Bowden, Patricia Bush, Kathleen But-
ler, Don Cameron, Sharon Cates, Joanne Clark,
Mabel Delaney, JoAnne Dengler, Carl Diener, Sally
Doerfner, Jean Dorn, William Durham, Kathleen
Audrey Fahrenbruch, Phyllis Farrington, Sally
Fentner, Joe Flora, Ellen Foulds, Barbara Frederick,
Phyllis Frost, Kay Gardey, Hedwig Geiger, Carolyn
Gilbert, Joan Gillian, Lorraine Goodeman, Sturm
Gordon, Kathleen Greer, Charles Grobe, Barbara
Guy, Dan Habel, Diane Harmon, Carol Herring, Bill
Holloway, Arlene Horvath, Sue Hurst,
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BARBARA ROUSH, 1952 senior girl good citizen, was
chosen by the students and faculty to receive the Daughters
of American Revolution Good Citizen Award. Barbara was
also one of the ten girls of the 250 Michigan DAR delegates
to receive honorable mention at the state convention for
attaining one of the highest possible grades on the re-
DAVID LEARNED, winner of the ARTHUR HILL SCHOLAR-
SHIP to the University of Michigan 'forthe highest scholarship
among competitors, and BEN WELLS, winner of the IPPEL
MERIT CUP for outstanding citizenship and promise, are
congratulated by Principal I. M. BROCK.
ROBERT DUST received the University of Michigan AL-
UMNI PLAQUE for his leadership, scholarship, and athletic
SALLY ANN BUTTS, first winner of the CIVITAN PLAQUE
given for citizenship, also admires her Daughters of Am-
erican Revolution GOOD CITIZEN Award.
NOR SOCIETY MEMBERS
Edward Kern, Robert Kingsbury, Robert Knox, Jack
Larson, Lyle LeCronier, Shirley Marble, Margaret
Mark, Maurice Marr, Kaye Martzowka, Barbara
Maul, Sally Maynard, Sarah Merrick, Robert Meyer,
George Miessner, Carolyn Moeller, Sandra Mor-
rison, Bill Mossner, Conrad Person, Jeanne Pettycrew.
Janet Quesnel, Judy Reese, Myrta Roedel, Sue
Rogers, Marlene Rohde, Biruta Ronis, Barbara Roush,
Marilyn Schutt, Lorraine Schwartzkopf, Joan Shripka,
Angela Skentzos, Jean Slinkard, JoAnn Spadafore,
Richard Staudt, Tomsa Stewart, Shirley Stokus,
Raquel Stolze, Lawrie Thomas, Lucy Trinklein, Joan
Vigeant, Robert Wight, Terry Wilson.
Honor Society, Gold Keys, and "Medals" I
RICHARD POPP was the 1952 winner of the De-
kalb Award for his outstanding work in the Agri-
MIRIAM BISHOP won two gold keys in costume
design in the Regional Scholastic Award Art Contest.
JANICE BOVAY received a gold key for her design
for silk material.
JILL FERGUSON received the Culture Club Art
Award and the State and National award for her
picture "The American Way of Life."
JOAN FORBES earned a gold key and a Carnegie
Guard for an original design entry.
HARRY GRAHAM won two keys and a Carnegie
Guard for his water color paintings.
DON ZASTROW won honorable mention in the
annual Wbman's Club Art contest for his sculpture
BIRUTA RONIS was awarded a gold key for a
costume design entry.
POLLY STORMONT earned a gold key for a water
BILL THON won a key for a typical American
KATHLEEN GREER received third place in an
essay contest titled "I Speak for Democracy" spon-
sored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce.
THOMAS SOBLESKY earned the 1951 chemistry
award sponsored by the Crucible Club.
MARILYN SCHUTT, SHIRLEY STOKUS, and LOIS
WILDER were awarded the 1951 Hispanic Society
Awards for second and third year Spanish students.
SALLY BAILEY won the France Amerique Award
for the excellent French score.
First place awards in the district Music Contest
went to WALTER KEMERER, drum soloist, EDITH
SPARKS, clarinet solo, NORMA FULTZ, EDITH
SPARKS, and BILL BIRDSALL, clarinet trio, ALLEN
SPOUSTA, ARNOLD RUSKIN, and KAY LEMMER,
coronet trio: ROBERT KNOWLES, a violin solo, and
ARNOLD RUSKIN and KAY LEMMER, a coronet duet.
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At the Michigan Music Festival held at Ann Arbor
this year, the Boys Ensemble from Arthur Hill consist-
ing of I6 members won first place with a superior
rating. With excellent, second place were the Girls
Ensemble of eight members, the Boys Quartet and
soloists BILL BIRDSALL, NANCY BOELL, JERRY HOFF-
MAN, DICK SCHLUCKBIER and BETTY WICKSON.
1951 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
Albion College Tuition Terry Andre
Arthur Hill Scholarship 51,000 David Learned
Bay City Junior College Tuition John Landeryou
Tuition Greta Myers
Tuition Helen Niederstadt
Calvin College Tuition Muriel Lieffers
Capitol University S800 Sally Ann Butts
Central Michigan College Tuition Lucille Johnson
of Education S70 a year Muriel Lieffers
Houghton School of Mines
Do rothy Pressprich
TUiIi0r1 Bernard Kruszka
Tuition Wes-ey Rork
Tuition Dale Stimpson
Tuition Kenneth Wilkinson
Michigan State College
University of Michigan
5300 Sally Butts
Tuition S141 a year William Bruton
Tuition Ruth Glass
Tuition Alwyn Hansen
Tuition Mariory Nuerminger
5200 cash Gloria Duwe
Tuition S150 a year Terry Andre
Tuition Gloria Duwe
Tuition Elsie Fisher
Tuition William Galarno
Tuition Rudolph Joyce
Tuition Charlotte Wolfe
Tuition Betty Hoerauf
5200 a year
DEPARTMENTS HONOR TOP ACHIEVEMENT
MARY LOU BERNECKER received the JUN-
IOR .IOURNALISM Award for all-around
achievement in journalism sponsored by Quill
and Scroll. She was chosen by a point system
rating issued to all iournalism students.
JOHN BARSCH, ROGER ABBOTT, MARILYN
SCHUTT, MIRIAM BISHOP, and DAN HABEL re-
presented Arthur Hill at Wolverine Boys' and
Girls' State. They were chosen on the basis of
leadership, citizenship, and scholarship.
DICK SCHLUCKBIER and JEAN BOCH were honored
with sophomore trophies at the award assembly last May.
This token given by the Hi'Y and Y-Teens Clubs is awarded
through faculty vote on the basis of citizenship, leadership,
scholarship, and participation in extra-curricular activities.
EUNICE BOWEN was elected delegate from
the all-Saginaw Y-Teens to attend the I952 Dis
trict Y-Teen Convention which was held in
SERENA GRAY won the first place in the VFW
Auxiliary's "America ls Everybody's Business essay
contest. JEAN BOCH took second place.
Teachers Recognize Their Own
Sincere good wishes and heartfelt appreciation are
extended to MISS LINA JOHNSON WARD, alumna
of 1905, who retired this March after seventeen years
of teaching at Arthur Hill High School.
In addition to teaching social science, she served
as a member of the faculty cabinet and adviser of
the Future Teachers and Audubon Clubs.
Miss Ward will not only be remembered for her
patience, understanding, and warmhearted manner,
but also for her excellence in teaching and in counsel-
This June MRS. BETTY HORTON leaves the faculty and
her position as craft instructor. During her nine years of
teaching Mrs. Horton stressed originality and perfection
while lending skill in decorations and design to the dra-
matic productions of the school. We wish her the best of
luck in her new work.
MRS. COILA START BULLARD receives from MlSS GER-
TRUDE TURNER a gift from the faculty on her retirement
from teaching. She also received a gift from the Saginaw
Teachers Club at their annual dinner in Frankenmuth.
MR. KENNETH A. KEl.LY'S good wishes
from the faculty were expressed by MR.
GLENN MASON with a gift before he
left for Central Michigan College last
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The faces of 1900 citizens of Arthur Hill reveal the in-
tricate results of democratic living. Arthur Hill can be
proud of its products, the graduating seniors, whose
minds are formulated by basic knowledge of constructive
i eas of which they will gear into their life's ambitions.
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FACULTY MEMBERS ARE HONORED
MISS BURNICE R. GIBBS is the newest member of Arthur
Hill's 25 YEAR CLUB. She came to Artuhr Hill in 'I927 to
teach speech and social science. Through her coaching,
the debate and speech students brought many honors to
the school. The Student Council found in her an able acl-
viser. She recounts that her most enioyable hours were
those in which she prepared and gave programs for both
student and community audiences. A mutual feeling of
delight with her students in their achievements marks her
as a real teacher.
The 25-Year Club honored MISS MATTIE G. CRUMP for
having served a quarter of a century on the Arthur Hill
faculty. Here MISS FLORENCE E. WELLS, guest, MISS
ELLEN GREEN , dinner chairman, MISS MATTIE CRUMP,
honoreeg and MRS. FRANCES HAMLIN who expressed
the faculty tribute and presented Miss Crump with a beau-
tiful piece of luggage, enioy their luncheon which was held
at the Saginaw Tennis Club.
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by parties, the 25-Year Club, and "Apple Polislrers"
At the Christmas Tea, MISS EDITH JENSEN, MRS. MARY
STEWART, MISS CHRISTINE WEBB, MRS. BETTY HORTON,
and MRS. VIRGINIA SIEHR display their gifts.
THE FACULTY CHRISTMAS PARTY was really a tea
when the white elephant gifts afforded plenty of enter-
tainment. MR. ROBERT SHORNEY, MR. .EARL BURNETT, MR.
HAROLD GIESECKE, and MISS ELLEN GREEN show each
other their rare gifts.
FACULTY MEMBERS ate spaghetti in true tavern style in
the terraced music room. Red checkered table cloths and
candlelight created the atmosphere for the dinner party
followed by bridge and canasta games. For identifying the
most faculty baby pictures MISS HELEN BEESON won
first prize, MISS PAULINE SIMON, and MRS. MARY STE-
WART were runners-up.
Coordinator' Co-op Club Adviser' Senior
Prom Decorations Social Committees.
Miss Eloise Bacon-Biology' Assembly Supervi-
sor' Band Bounce Chrstmas Commence-
ment Pageants Social Committees' Teachers
Mr. Robert H. Borringer-Shop, Assistant Foot-
ball Coach, Commencement Usher.
Mrs. Nancy Baxter-Public Speaking, Debate,
Forensic Coach, Assemblies, Homecoming,
Sophomore Day Committees, Teachers Club
Miss Helen Beeson-English, Usher Sponsor,
Assembly, Christmas Pageant, Social Com-
mittees: Spring Concert Supervisor.
Mrs. Helen M. Beyer-Homemaking, Assembly
' Miss Mildred L. Anderson-Business Education
Supervisor, Band Bounce, Christmas, Com-
' mencement Pageant Committees, FNA
3 Club, Health Room Adviser, Spring Concert
.gy X-,T H Mrs. Sallie M. Brown-Social Science Depart-
fi ment Head, Faculty Cabinet, Junior Class
, . 1 Adviser.
i " H '15 Mr. Earl D. Burnett-Music Department Head,
l tx Band Bounce Director, Christmas Pageant,
Commencement, Pep Meeting, Play, Spring
Concert Committees, Dance Band Adviser.
TEACHERS LEAD US THROUGH THE SCHOOL YEAR
Mrs. M. Marie Crittenden-Business Education,
Miss Mattie G. Crump-English, Journalism,
Publications, Publicity, Quill and Scroll So- '
ciety Adviser' Band Bounce Christmas Pa l '
, Q- '
eant, Homecoming Committees, Bulletin E A,
Board, Display Cases, Service Honor Roll
Mr. John E. Day-Social Science, Christmas A
Seals Sales Manager, Senior Party Commit-
Mr. A. G. Dersch-Chemistry, Science Depart-
ment Head, Alchemist, Crucible Clubs Ad-
viser, Assembly Supervisor, Teachers Club
Miss Mary Margaret Doidge-Girls Physical Ed-
ucation, Assembly Supervisor, Girls lntra-
mural Athletics, Sophomore Day, Pep Meet
ing, Sophomore Party, Faculty Social Com
mittees, Pep Club, Cheerleaders Adviser.
Miss Josephine Earley lWithout Picture!-Re
aistered School Nurse.
Mr. Charles Fowler-Social Science, Basketball "4" I
Coach, Commencement Usher, Assistant
Football Coach. -l .
Miss Bernice M. Francis-Social Science, As- i t
sembly Supervisor, Senior Prom, Sombrero 6 it
Miss Catherine Furbee-Speech Correction.
Mr. David A. Gainey-Art of Living, Golf,
Swimming Coach, Assembly Supervisor.
Miss Army Got:-English, Mathematics, Assem-
bly Supervisor, Announcements Chairman
Miss Burnice R. Gibbs-Social Science, As-
sembly, P-TA Program, Faculty Social .Com-
Mr. Harold W. Gieseclxe-Mathematics Depart- Wt'
ment Head, Faculty Cabinet, Pythagorian,
FTA Clubs, Senior Party Committee, Som-
brero Swing Assistant.
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Miss Ellen G. Green-Cafeteria Manager.
Mrs. Hazel Gunther-Business Education De-
Mrs. Frances M. Hamlin-English, Assembly
Program, Caps and Gowns, Christmas Pag-
eant Committees, Band Bounce Business
Manager, Faculty Cabinet.
Mr. Raymond E. Hartman-Business Education
Coordinator, Band Bounce, Commencement
Committees, Co-op Club Co-adviser, Store
Miss Norma Hile-Homemaking, FHA Club
Adviser, Faculty Cabinet, Band Bounce,
Commencement, Senior Prom Committees.
Mrs. Betty Horton-Crafts, Christmas Pageant,
Senior Prom Committees, Sombrero Swing
Mrs. Mariory Jacobson-Mathematics, French, i
Band Bounce Ticket Sale, Senior Prom
Chairman, Caps and Gowns, Sombrero Swing
Miss Patricia Jahnke-lWithout Picturel --
Miss Edith R. Jensen-Biology, BiologysClub
Adviser, Faculty Social, Senior Prom Com-
by giving guidance, understanding, and "8th hours"
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Mrs. Rachel Jerome-English, Caps and Gowns,
P-TA Membership Drive, Senior Prom Com-
mittees, Teachers Club Representative.
Mr. Kurt Kampe-Physical Education, Football
Coach, Assistant Track Coach, Commence-
ment Arrangements Committee.
Miss Mary F. Lewis-Art of Living, Sophomore
Class Adviser, Sophomore Party Committee
Chairman, Sophomore Day Director, Assem-
bly Program, P-TA Card Party Committees,
Mr. Horve C. Light-Psychology, Club Hillife
Adviser, Commencement Arrangements Com-
Miss Ruth W. Long-Librarian, Faculty Social
Mr. Howard H. Lytle-Agriculture, Assembly
Supervisor, FFA Club Adviser.
Mrs. Joy V. Mann-English, P-TA Card Party
Mr. Glenn H. Mason-Physical Education, Ath-
letic Director, Track Coach, Assembly Su-
pervisor, Commencement Ushers Chairman,
P-TA Card Party and Potluck, Band Bounce
Pep Meeting Committees.
Miss Rachel McMillan-Vocal Music English,
BOC Club Adviser, Baccalaureate Music,
Spring Concert Director, Band Bounce, Christ-
mas, Commencement Committees.
Miss Constance A. McWethy-Art of Living,
Arts Dromatics Club Assistant, Assembly
Program, Sophomore Party, Christmas Pag-
Miss Cora Helen Morgan-Spanish, Spanish
Club Adviser, Sombrero Swing Co-Adviser.
Mr. Raymond W. Morrow-Assistant Principal,
Athletic Eligibility, Dean of Boys, Keys,
Clocks and Locker Supervisor, Faculty Cab-
inet Secretary, Homecoming General Chair-
man, Service Club Director.
WHEN WE SENIORS
Mr. Seymour Murphy-Art of Living, Audio-
Visual Education Director, Projection Club
Adviser, Basketball, Football, Track Assistant
Coach, Assembly, Pep Meeting Committees.
Mrs. June 0'DelI-English, Spanish, Spanish
Club, Y-Teens Adviser, Sombrero Swing
Co-Adviser, Assembly, Commencement, Sen-
ior Prom, Sophomore Party Committees.
Miss Helen Olmsted--English, Bowling Club
Adviser, Christmas Pageant, Commencement
Football Queen Committees.
Miss Ruth E. Pataw-English, Latin, Latin Club
Co-Adviser, Assembly, Christmas Pageant,
Miss EtheI'A. Peterson-Dean of Girls, Faculty
Cabinet, Health Room Director, Senior Host-
ess Sponsor, P-TA Faculty Adviser.
Mr. A. A. Pieritz-Mechanical Drawing, lndus-
trial Arts Oepartment Head, Assembly Com-
Mr. Kenneth C. Poulson-Physics, Assembly,
Band Bounce Committees.
Mr. R. George Purdy-Social Science, Tennis
Coach, Assembly, Homecoming Dance, Sen-
ior Prom Committees.
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Miss Una M. Robertson-Mathematics, Senior
Rings and Pins Chairman, Band Bounce Tic-
ket Sales, Commencement, Spring Concert
Mr. Stanley D. Schubert-English, Dramatics
Director, Arts-Dramatics Club Adviser, Stage
Crew Supervisor, Display Cases Supervisor,
Baccalaureate, Commencement Staging Dir-
ector, Floral Arrangements, Homecoming As-
Mr. Eric E. Senn-Social Science, Business Edu-
cation, Cops and Gowns, Commencement
Mr. Hugh Shackelford-Social Science, Business
Education, Athletic Business Manager, Com-
mencement Arrangements Committee.
Mr. Robert H. Shorney-Business Education,
Band Bounce Committee.
Mrs. Virginia H. Siehr+Art Department Head,
Christmas Pageant, Display Cases, Band
Miss Pauline Simon-English, Y-Teens Co-Ad-
viser, Arts-Dramatics Club Assistant, Christ-
mas Pageant Committee.
Miss Patricia Steigely-German, English, Com-
mencement Committee, German Club Adviser.
Mr. C. D. Stewart-Social Science, Assembly,
Noon Supervisor, Band Bounce, Caps and
Gowns, Commencement Committees.
Mrs. Mary Stewart-Social Science, P-TA
Vice-President, P-TA Membership Drive
Chairman, P-TA Potluck, Assembly, Faculty
Social Committees, Faculty Cabinet.
Miss Irma Stockdale-English Department
Head, Senior Class Adviser, Faculty Cabinet,
Commencement Arrangements Chairman,
Caps and Gowns Committee.
Miss Gertrude E. Turner-Latin, Language De-
partment Head, Latin, Miracle Book Clubs,
Sophomore Party Committee.
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Mrs. Nellie Brenneman
Mrs. Margaret Casey
Mrs. Esther Golden
Mrs. Mina McCarty
Mrs. Noreen Schluckbier
Mrs. Matilda Schmidt
Mr. Jay Shoebridge,
Mr. Bert Brackly
Ml. Claude Burgess
Mr. Edward Buza.
Engineer, no picture
Mr. William Creller
Mr. Stephen Gast
Mr. Gear e Graham
Mr. Gera?d Hanson,
Mr. Howard Jeffords
Mr. Charles Kehoe,
Mr. Lawrence Notter
Mr. Frank Nye
Mr. Alexander Waier
Mrs. Margaret Wallace
William D. Wescoat
Mr. James F. Ulrich-Mathematics, Hi-Y Club
Adviser, Assembly Supervisor, Sombrero
Swing Assistant, Teachers' Club Representa-
tive, Homecoming Dance, Senior Prom Com-
Mr. William L. Vondette-Social Science, Base-
ball Coach, Football Assistant, Commence-
mencement Arrangements, Senior Prom Com-
mittees: Noon Supervisor.
Miss Lino J. Ward-Social Science.
Miss Christine A. Webb-Englishg Red Cross
Chairmang Sprina Concert Supervisor.
Mr. B. G. Wells-Business Education, Senior
Mr. Bryant S. Wilson-Social Scienceg Rifle
Club Adviser, Faculty Cabinet, Homecoming
Dance, Senior Prom Committees.,
Mrs. Lorna L. Ziegler-Homemaking Depart-
ment Head, Coordinotorg FHA Club Adviser:
Senior Prom Dinner Assistant.
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Caps and gowns! Wrinkled they may be, but not
less beautiful in seniors' eyes. A sunny day, a shady
nook, and a number of happy seniors make a perfect
remembrance of SENIOR WEEK.
One of the first definite steps taken toward the
fulfillment of Senior Week is the MEASURING for
caps and gowns. Here JOHN ADAMS checks the
height of PHYLLIS FARRINGTON.
Senior Week begins, quite appropriately, by the
DISTRIBUTION of the long awaited for caps and
gowns. VERN HAWES and DON MOREY look on as
classmate BOB DUST receives his symbol of supreme
authority from BILL NELSON.
The lights dim, talking ceases, and, with the 'first
strains of "Pomp and Circumstances," the SENIOR
ASSEMBLY begins. The seniors are as impressed as
the underclassmen, but with due dignity and reserve,
they act composed and sophisticated.
"Double, double, toil and trouble, Fire burn and
cauldron bubble," shriek the three witches, RUTHIE
FISCHER, BILL GALARNO, and MURIEL LIEFFERS.
Here graduation-happy seniors take their last 'fling at
high school assemblies.
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After the laugh-ridden Assembly, seniors settle down for
the impressive BACCALAUREATE service. DR. HENRY FISHER
addressed the large assembly of the graduating class, their
parents, relation, and friends.
After spending three years with only 35 minutes for lunch,
TOM WAYT, ANN MacMEEKlN, PETE NAGEL, JUDY
SCHABERG, and KATHERINE TUNIS are in no hurry to
rush away from the table at the dinner-dance.
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Delicately-hued formals and dinner iackets set the pace
for the SENIOR PROM. Lamont Corp's Orchestra sets the
tempo for seniors and their friends to dance the evening
At the Prom recordings were made as a permanent record
of the evening's fun. BARBARA TUNIS and JACK CARLTON
talk for their records.
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HILLITES ENJOY FREEDOM TO CHOOSE COURSES
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Dixie Lee Arch, 703 Davenport. Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, Co-op, Pep Clubs.
Shirley J. Armstrong, 900 Day Road. FHA Club.
Leeta Joanne Austin, 2748 Hardin. Advisory
Club Hillite Representative, Y-Teens, Pep
Clubs, Service Club.
Walter C. Averill, Ill, 4l8 N. Michigan. Advi-
sory President, Seals Sales, Red Cross Chair-
man, Hi-Y, Rifle Clubs, Football Letterwin-
Sarah Elizabeth Bailey, 926 Simoneau. Advisory
Treasurer, Sophomore Party Committee,
Latin, Alchemists, Biology, Y-Teens Clubs,
Assembly Chairman, Debate, Band Bounce,
George 0. Bain, l45 Goetz. Band, Dance Or-
chestra, Baseball, Football.
Kenneth Robert Baird, 2302 N. Woodbridge.
Advisory Secretary, Sophomore Party Com-
mittee, Seals Sales, Red Cross Chairman,
Latin, Hi-Y, Rifle Clubs, Team Manager.
William E. Baker, l923 Weiss.
Sally Ann Balcom, l607 Holmes. Advisory P-TA
Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee,
Bowling, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Cheer
Leader, Commercial Award.
Carl Lane Berger, l705 Lewis. Advisory Presi-
dent, Vice-President, Club Hillite Represen-
tative, Assembly Chairman, Team Manager.
Ronald Harold Bartlett, l22 Snow. Hi-Y, Rifle
Marian Meta Baszler, Bridgeport. Pep, Drivers
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Roger Abbott, l2O S. Thirteenth. Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, Hi-Y Club, Class
Chairman, Football, Track Letterwinner,
Wolverine Boys' State.
Shirley Jean Acker, 722 N. Porter. Advisory
Treasurer, Pep Club.
Joan L. Adams, 444 Ann. Advisory Secretary,
John J. Adams, 239 Lockwood. Advisory Presi-
dent, Club Hillite Representative, Noon Club
Committee, Hi-Y Club, Legenda, School
President, Baseball, Basketball, Football,
Track Letterwinner, Wolverine Boys' State.
Jean B. Akerley, l29 John. Advisory Sopho-
more Party Committee, Y-Teens, Pep Clubs,
Charles E. Albright, l38 Johnson, Zilwaukee.
Barbara Jean Aldrich, Bridgeport. Y-Teens, Pep,
Drivers Clubs, Usher.
Veena Jean Alex, 3322 Church. FTA, Pep Clubs.
Joseph John Alexander, 2327 Mackinaw. Ad-
visory President, Sophomore Party, Noon
Club Committees, Drivers President, French
Clubs, SO Treasurer, Baseball, Basketball,
Amelia J. Alfano, 2444 Eddy. Girls' Chorus,
Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement
Sallyann K. Alles, 803 Elm. Co-op Secretary,
Bowling, Y-Teens, Pep Clubs.
Charles John Andre, l205 Wilson. Choir, Band
Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants,
lst Semester Play.
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as future teachers, scientists,
Carolyn Fay Bauer, 402 W, Shepard, Zilwaukee.
Pep Club, Basketball, Volleyball.
Mary Isabel Bauer, 22l S. Granger. Advisory
Treasurer, Secretary, P-TA Chairman, Arts-
Dramatics, BOC, Biology, Y-Teens Clubs,
Christmas, Commencement Pageants,
Nancy Ann Bauer, 300 S. Franklin, Zilwaukee.
Co-op, Bowling, Pep Clubs.
Robert F. Boustert, l740 N. Michigan. Advisory
Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative,
Class Chairman, Cross Country, Track.
Virginia Ruth Bean, l9l5 E. Moore Road. Y-
Teens Club, Band Bounce, Christmas, Com-
Ann Katherine Beaver, Bridgeport. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee, Red Cross
Chairman, Art-Dramatics, Spanish Clubs,
Joann R. Becker, i743 Burnham. Advisory Sec-
retary, Sophomore Party Committee, Pep
Club, Class Chairman, Clinic Attendant.
Duane J. Beechler, lll7 Cleveland. Hi-Y, Pep
Clubs, Football, Track Letterwinner.
Mary Louise Bernecker, 2260 Ames. Advisory
Secretary, Arts-Dramatics, Quill-Scroll Presi-
dent, Y-Teens Clubs, News Editor, Writing
Roy W. Bernthal, Frankenmuth. Pep Club.
Joyce M. Besey, 2290 N. Madison. Pep Club,
Clinic Attendant, Volleyball.
Judith Ann Beutel, l634 Brenner. Advisory
' ' laborers, and "loafers"
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Treasurer, P-TA Chairman, Sophomore Party J' 'S
Committee, FHA, Y-Teens, Pep Clubs. '
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Elfriedo Ottilia Beyer, 1620 Mackinaw. Arts-
Dramatics Club, Assembly Chairman, Band,
Band Bounce, lst Semester Play.
Helene A. Bickel, 604 Cleveland. BOC, Bowling
Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag-
Eant, lst Semester Play, Baseball, Basket-
Hildegord Margaret Bickel, Frankenmuth. BOC,
German, FHA, Pep Clubs, Choir, Band
Bounce, Clinic Attendant.
Irene H. Bickel, Vassar. German, Pep Clubs,
News, Class Chairman.
William l. Birdsall, 2222 Bay, Advisory Presi-
dent, Noon Club Committee, BOC President,
Miracle Book Clubs, Band, Choir, Band
Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageants,
lst Semester Play, Track Letterwinner.
Jerry Duane Birnbaum, l639 N. Ames. Class
Chairman, Basketball, Football, Track Let-
Miriam Elaine Bishop, 405 Superior. Arts-Dra-
matics Club, Choir, Sophomore Handbook
Committee, Senior Hostess, Sophomore Cup,
Speech, Art Awards, Wolverine Girls' State.
Gerald A. Blohm, 1803 Court. Advisory Treas-
urer, Pep Club.
Nancy Louise Boell, lO23 Sheridan. Latin, Y-
Teens Clubs, Debate, Choir, Band Bounce,
Nancy Lee Boertman, 407 Ardussi. Arts-Dra-
matics, Spanish, Biology Clubs, Christmas
Pageant, Usher, Legenda.
Verna Frances Bolger, 262 Graham. FHA Club,
Doreen Jane Bonnell, 608 Sherman. Pep Club.
WE TOOK PART IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT
Peter H. Boos, 2483 E. Moore Road. FFA Club
Margaret T. Bosley, 1119 Gratiot. Advisory
Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club.
Rosario Joseph Bouchard, 212 N. Granger. Pep
Club, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag-
eant, Class Chairman.
Janice Elaine Bovay, 2135 N. Center Road.
Advisory Sophomore Party Committee, Club
Hillite Representative, Latin, Y-Teens, Pep
Edward R. Bowden, 1770 Midland Road. FFA,
Harold George Bowden, 1770 Midland Road.
Advisory President, P-TA Chairman, Club
Hillite Representative, FFA, Pep Clubs.
Gerald M. Braun, 1 11 Trier. Pep, Drivers Clubs,
James F. Braun, 2222 N. Michigan. Drivers
Dorothy I. Brenner, Frankenmuth. German, Pep
Dolores Lillian Breton, 1612 S. Michigan. Ad-
visory P-TA Chairman, Pep Club, Usher,
Joyce Martha Brettrager, 2145 Holihan Road.
Ronald W. Bridge, 917 Van Buren. Advisory
President, Vice-President, P-TA Chairman,
Club Hillite Representative, Hi-Y Club
Treasurer, Football, Track Letterwinner.
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Marilyn Helen Brinkman, Frankenmuth, BOC,
German, FHA, Pep Clubs, Girls' Chorus,
Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Clinic At-
Richard G. Brinkman, 321 S. Ninth. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee, FFA, Hi-Y, Pep
Clubs, Football, Track Letterwinner.
Janet H. Broihier, 1649 Holmes. Pep Club,
Band Bounce, Red Cross Volunteer.
James Melvin Brown, 1 122 N. Bond. Rifle Club.
Kenneth Anson Brown, 390 Bacon Road.
Patricia Joan Bryant, 2126 McEwan. Advisory
Treasurer, Secretary, Latin, Y-Teens, Bowl-
ing Clubs, Debate, Girls' Chorus, Band
Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pag-
James T. Buckley, 2306 S. Fayette. Hi-Y, Pep
Clubs, Legenda, Golf Letterwinner.
Loring Gene Budden, 1816 Union. Advisory
Vice-President, French, Rifle, Pep Clubs.
June A. Burback, 1733 Joslin. Pep Club, Bas-
ketball, Volleyball, Commercial Award.
Corolyn E. Burgess, 107 S. Fifth. Pep Club, Red
Cross Volunteer, Baseball, Basketball, Vol-
leyball, Commercial Award.
Violet Linda Burk, 5440 Brockway. Pep Club,
Band, Band Bounce.
Patricia Ann Bush, 2925 Eddy. Y-Teens, Pep
Clubs, Class Chairman, Baseball.
as presidents, secretaries, and "money collectors"
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Marian Frances Cesar, 1811 Newberry. Arts-
Dramatics, Spanish, Bowling Clubs, Christmas
Pageant, 2nd Semester Play.
Richard Meade Chadwick, 1823 N. Bond. FFA
Club, Projector Operator, Basketball.
Patricia Helen Cheney, Birch Run. Latin, FNA,
Arden F. Clare, 3172 Holland. FFA Vice-Presi-
dent, Drivers Clubs, Class Chairman, Track
Joanne M. Clark, Bridgeport. Advisory Treas-
urer, Sophomore Party Committee, Latin,
Spanish Clubs, Legenda, Volleyball.
Gwendolyn Jean Clunie, 1045 St. Andrews Road.
Advisory Vice-President, Treasurer, Y-Teens,
Pep Clubs, Class Chairman.
Thelma Marie Cody, 1525 S. River Road. Bowl-
Valentine Coeur, 1521 Salt. Advisory President,
Club Hillite Representative, BOC Club, Choir,
Band Bounce, Christmas, Commencement
Pageants, lst Semester Play.
Beverly Joan Colpean, 679 N. River Road. Co-
op, Bowling, Pep Clubs.
Ferol Compton, Freeland. Advisory Vice-Presi-
dent, Pep Club, Band Bounce, Legenda,
Class Chairman, Red Cross Volunteer.
Patricia Ann Conway, 824 N. Harrison. Biology,
Mathematics Secretary, Y-Teens, Pep Clubs,
Gail F. Cooper, 1620 N. Clinton. Bowling Club,
Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant,
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Kathleen Yvonne Butler, 1440 Hemmeter. Ad-
visory Vice-President, Secretary, French,
Biology, Y-Teens Treasurer, Pep Clubs, Girls'
Chorus, Band Bounce, Usher, Senior Hostess,
Mary Ann Callas, 921 S. Fayette. FHA Club,
Howard Don Cameron, 3344 Binscarth. Advisory
President, Club Hillite Representative, Arts-
Dramatics President, Mathematics Vice-Pres-
ident, Declamation, lst, 2nd Semester Play.
Lois N. Cammin, 4720 Brockway Road. Mira-
cle Book, Pep Clubs, Girls' Chorus.
Nancy M. Carnplaell, 2503 Adams Blvd. Arts-
Dramatics, Bowling, Pep Clubs.
Richard Hartley Cansfield, 2435 N. Bond. Ad-
visory Sophomore Party Committee, Latin,
Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Class Chairman, Basket-
ball, Golf Letterwinner.
John H. Card, 715 Williams. Drivers Club.
Richard Harry Carlson, 209 Cornell, Zilwaukee.
Rifle, Pep Clubs, Tennis Letterwinner.
Donald Orie Carroll, 1 Roeihke Court. Pep Club,
William A. Case, 2323 State. Advisory Presi-
dent, BOC Club Secretary, Band, Dance
Orchestra, Band Bounce, lst Semester Play,
Sharon Jane Cates, 1601 N. Madison. Advisory
Treasurer, Miracle Book Club, Debate, Band.
Thomas J. Cotes, 1601 N. Madison. Advisory
Vice-President, Mathematics, Miracle Book
Clubs, Orchestra, Band Bounce.
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Ronald Charles Dingman, 56 Davis Drive, Ad-
visory Treasurer, P-TA Chairman, Crucibles
President, H-Y Clubs, Class Chairman, Bas-
ketball, Football, Golf Letterwinner.
Nancy Lee Dittmar, 444 Maple. Clinic Attend-
Normo J. Crozier, 1707 Congress. Pep Club,
Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant.
John Edward Cuthbertson, 3390 Bay. Advisory
Treasurer, Club Hillite Representative, Red
Cross Chairman, Hi-Y President, Treasurer,
Latin Clubs, Debate, Football, Track Letter-
Frieda W. Dakoski, 1203 Lyon. Advisory Sopho-
more Party Committee, Red Cross Chairman,
Co-op, Pep Clubs, Red Cross Volunteer.
Dorothy Lois Davis, Bridgeport. Advisory Presi-
dent, Treasurer, Sophomore Party Committee,
Seals Sales Chairman, Latin, Spanish Clubs.
Judith Lee Davis, 2454 Benjamin. Y-Teens,
Mabel l. Delaney, Freeland. Spanish Treasurer,
Y-Teens, Pep Clubs.
Nancy J. DeMaet, 2610 Cronk. Advisory Seals
Sales Chairman, Pep Club, Baseball.
Jo Anne Dengler, 1448 Vermont. Advisory Vice-
President, Latin Club, Choir, Band Bounce,
Usher, Class Chairman.
Robert A. Detwiler, 213 Elm.
Thomas L. Dezelsky, 821 Ames. Advisory Vice-
President, Club Hillite Representative, Base-
ball, Football Letterwinner.
Carl Diener, 1104 W. Genesee. Advisory Presi-
dent, Seals Sales Chairman: Student Cab-
inet Vice-President, Class Chairman, Bas-
ketball, Football, Track Letterwinner, Sopho-
John Joseph DiMereurio, 2434 Eddy. Cross
Country, Track Letterwinner.
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Sally Ann Doerfner, 1923 Lathrup. Advisory
President, Club Hillite Representative, BOC,
Mathematics, Y-Teens, Pep Clubs, Choir,
Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant.
JarEfsbD. Dooley, Jr., 985 N. Miller Road. Rifle
E. Jeaneatte Dorn, 1517 Barnard. Advisory
Treasurer, Co-op, Quill-Scroll Clubs, Le-
genda, Service Club.
Rogan! Charles Dubay, 1525 Delaware. Foot-
Robert D. DuCharme, Freeland. Class Chairman.
James E. Duffy, 630 Catherine. Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, Latin, Mathematics
Margaret E. Dungey, 1538 Beech. Y-Teens
Club, Basketball, Volleyball, Commercial
William E. Durham, lO2l N. Granger. Cruci-
bles, Pep Clubs.
Jane E. Durman, 1530 Ottawa Blvd. Advisory
Treasurer, Secretary, Club Hillite Repre-
sentative, Band Bounce, Legenda, Queen's
Kathleen Marie Earley, 1927 Maine. Advisory
Vice-President, Seals Sales, Red Cross Chair-
man, Spanish, FHA, Alchemists, Biology, Y-
as players, cheerleaders, rooters, and "bench-warmers"
Roland Theodore Eckstorm, 973 Stoker Drive.
Pep Club, Baseball.
Joanne H. Egyet, 1619 Holmes. Advisory Soph-
omore Party Committee, Red Cross Chair-
man, Bowling Club, Baseball Letterwinner.
Arnold M. Ehrlinger, Route 4.
Malcolm James Elliott, Jr., 2131 Brockway. Ad-
visory Treasurer, Secretary, Pep Club, Golf,
Nancy A. Ellis, 124 Ardussi. Advisory P-TA
Chairman, Sophomore Party Committee,
Club Hillite Representative, Latin, Drivers
Phyllis Marilyn Ellis, 1115 Lapeer. Pep Club.
Ronald P. Ellis, 1907 N. Ames. Pep Club.
Viola Edith Ely, 815 N. Granger. Bowling, Pep
Jerry Edward English, 311 Starch.
Joan C. Ensxer, 1209 Cooper. Choir, Band
Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pog-
eants, lst Semester Play.
Judith Ann Epting, 1436 Division. Advisory
President, P-TA Chairman, Biology, Pep
Clubs, Band Bounce, Class Chairman.
Audrey Ann Fahrenbruch, 416 S. Webster.
Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Biology, FTA, Pep
Clubs, Christmas Pageant.
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Robert L. Fallis, 1509 Bay. Advisory President,
Sophomore Party Committee, Class Chair-
man, Basketball, Football Letterwinner.
Phyllis Ann Farrington, 1808 Houghton. Advi-
sory Vice-President, Latin, Biology Clubs,
Roger L. Faupel, 1013 N. Harrison.
Sally Ann Fentner, 2017 Cooper. Advisory
Treasurer, Class Chairman, Clinic Attend-
ant, Service Club, Baseball, Basketball, Vol-
Priscilla Jill Ferguson, 125 S. Andre. Advisory
Vice-President, P-TA Chairman, Sophomore
Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics, Co-op
Clubs, Christmas, Commencement Pageants,
Donald Louis Fink, 2012 Court. Pep, Drivers
Clubs, Commencement Pageant.
Wallace Lee Fink, 1910 Vermont. Pep, Drivers
Clubs, Golf, Track.
Barbara Jean Fitch, 803 S. Andre. Advisory
Secretary, Choir, Band Bounce.
Joseph Martin Flora, 2268 N. Ames. Advisory
President, Latin, Miracle Book President,
Pep Clubs, Assembly Chairman, Debate, Ora-
tory, Commencement Pageant.
Mary Jane Fobear, 1425 Birney. FHA Club,
Choir, Christmas Pageant.
Jack E. Fordyce, 730 Swanson. Pep, Drivers
Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce.
Ellen Marie Foulds, 5660 Tittabawassee Road.
German Secretary, FHA, FTA Vice-President,
Pep Clubs, Usher, Class Chairman.
WE JOINED CLUBS
Donna Lee Fox, 2335 N. Oakley. Basketball.
James Walter Fox, l73O Kollen. Advisory Pres-
ident, Pep Club, Basketball, Football Letter-
Harold H. Frank, Frankenmuth.
Barbara Jean Frederick, 3l39 Elm. Bowling,
Mary Kathleen Fries, lOll Gratiot. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee, Co-op Treas-
urer, FHA, Bowling, Pep Clubs, Basketball,
Phyllis Jean Frost, 2l39 N. Court. Latin, FHA,
Y-Teens Clubs, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce,
Commencement Pageant, Usher, Clinic At-
Donald Wayne Galbraith, Bridgeport. Track
Kathleen Ellen Gallagher, 222 Starch. BOC,
Latin, Y-Teens, Bowling, Pep Clubs.
Herbert Eugene Gallery, 407l Burrows.
Kay Gardey, 23ll Delaware Blvd. Advisory
Treasurer, P-TA, Seals Sales, Red Cross
Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Latin, Quill-
Scroll, Alchemists, Mathematics, Y-Teens
Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Legenda.
William George Gary, 5830 Cole Road.
Lillie May Gehrcke, l902 Stanley. FHA Presi-
dent, Pep Clubs, Baseball, Basketball, Volley-
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Lucille Bertha Gehrcke, l902 Stanley. FHA
Vice-President, Pep Clubs, Baseball, Basket-
ball, Volleyball Letterwinner.
Hedwig Elizabeth Geiger, 4475 Bay Road. Ad-
visory P-TA, Seals Sales Chairmen, German,
Alchemists, FHA, FNA, Pep Clubs.
Jo-Anne Gelow, l72l Hemmeter Road. Advi-
sory Red Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics,
Spanish, Biology, Y-Teens, Bowling Clubs,
Randolph Clifford Genske, Jr., 6937 Gratiot.
Hazel Faye Gerard, Bridgeport. Miracle Book,
Phyllis Ruth Gerard, Bridgeport. Miracle Book
Club, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce,
Christmas, Commencement Pageants.
Carolyn Anne Gilbert, i949 Gratiot. Quill-Scroll
Treasurer, Biology, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce,
Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Usher,
B. Jaan Gillian, 2323 S. Niagara. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee, Co-op, FHA,
Pep Clubs, Class Chairman.
Thomas C. Gnatkawski, 274l N. Michigan.
Joyce Ann Goins, 723 N. Mason.
Lorraine Alice Goodeman, Route 2. FHA, Pep
Clubs, Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christ-
mas, Commencement Pageants.
Staurt Fredrick Gordon, 5l6 N. Harrison. Advi-
sory President, Mathematics Treasurer, Hi-Y
President, Choir, Stage Crew, Track.
for experience, enioyment, service, and "refreshments"
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Argfnb Ann Guild, 1516 S. Fayette. Bowling
Lewis A. Gulliver, 6901 Gratiot. Drivers Club.
Mary Kay Guttridge, 2121 N. Oakley. Advisory
Vice-President, Class Chairman.
Barbara Jane Guy, 1915 N. Charles. Advisory
President, P-TA Chairman, Noon Club Com-
mittee, Latin, Alchemists. President, Mathe-
matics, Bowling President, Y-Teens Clubs,
Class Chairman, Queen's Court.
Dan William Habel, 1538 Ottawa Blvd. Advisory
President, Noon Club Committee, Biology,
Mathematics President, Latin Clubs, Assem-
bly Chairman, Band Bounce, Pageants,
Plays, Golf, Track Letterwinner.
Dale W. Hall, 2143 N. Court. Basketball Let-
Lila May Haller, 903 Mackinaw. Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, Seal Sales, Red Cross
Chairman, Latin, Y-Teens Club, Usher.
James William Hallman, Route 4. FFA.
Wendel F. Halm, Jr., 7189 Gratiot.
Jack Carson Hanson, 2225 Adams Blvd. Advi-
sory President, Noon Club Committee, Hi-Y
Club, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Track
Diane Gladys Harmon, 1622 Mershon. Arts-
Dramatics, Co-op President, Quill-Scroll,
Bowling, Y-Teens Clubs, Christmas, Com-
mencement Pageants, News.
Barbara Lou Harris, 915 Madison. Advisory P-
TA Chairman, Club Hillite Representative,
Sophomore Party Committee, Latin, Y-Teens
Clubs, Band Bounce, Baseball.
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Emily Graham, 2415 Schaeffer. Pep Club, Red
Cross Volunteer, Baseball, Basketball, Vol-
Frances Arlene Graham, 1290 Vincent. Pep
Club, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas, Com-
mencement Pageants, Baseball, Basketball,
G. William Graham, 1600 N. Clinton. Advisory
Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club.
Harry J. Graham, 2415 Schaeffer. Art Awards.
Richard M. Graham, 2415 Schaeffer.
Lavelle M. Grant, 3405 Mackinaw. Co-op, Pep,
Spanish Clubs, Red Cross Volunteer, Student
William Allen Granville, 233 Goetz. Advisory
President, Club Hillite Representative, Hi-Y
Club, Band Bounce, Football, Track Letter-
Gerald J. Grauf, 3403 Binscarth.
Kathleen M. Greer, 901 S. Jefferson. Arts-Dra-
matics, Quill-Scrall Secretary, Choir, Band
Bounce, lst Semester Play, News, Baseball,
Basketball, Speech Award.
Barham Meredith Gri99, 2015 Gratiot. Advi-
sory Club Hillite Representative, Arts-Dra-
matics, Biology, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce.
Charles Alfred Grohe, Jr., 2217 Adams Blvd.
Advisory Vice-President, P-TA, Red Cross
Chairman, Club Hillite Representative, Bio-
logy, Mathematics Clubs, Projector Operator.
Edith Carol Graover, 113 N. Porter. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee, Red Cross
Volunteer, Basketball, Volleyball.
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John Richard Herzog, 7l6 Brier Hill Lane. Dri-
vers Club, Class Chairman.
Robert Ray Hester, 3lO S. Mason. FFA Treas-
Dale Harrison, i445 Acacia.
Mary Kathryn Hart, 2614 Adams Blvd. Advisory
Treasurer, Legenda, Class Chairman, Art
Harold L. Hatherly, 723 N. Oakley. Drivers
Club, Class Chairman, Basketball, Football
Harvey A. Houbenstricker, l824 Allegon. Ad-
visory Club Hillite Representative, Hi-Y Vice-
President, Drivers Clubs, Band, Band Bounce,
George F. Hayes, l529 Alger. Advisory Sopho-
more Party Committee, Club Hillite Repre-
sentative, Hi-Y, Drivers Clubs, Football,
Frederick D. Head, 2548 N. Oakley. Drivers
Donald William Healy, ll5 Gratiot Court. Ad-
visory President, Treasurer, Secretary, As-
sembly Committee, News, Swimming, Tennis
Letterwinner, Writing Award.
A. Jean Heine, Frankenmuth. Advisory Red
Cross Chairman, German President, FHA,
Kathryn Moe Hemmeter, 4050 Lawndale Road.
Y-Teens, Pep Clubs.
Betty Lou Henderson, 3Ol5 Hermansau. BOC,
Pep Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas
Pageant, Basketball, Volleyball.
Coral Jean Herring, 2355 N. River Road. Co-
op, Pep Clubs, Red Cross Volunteer, Base-
ball, Commercial Award.
Ellen Louise Herzog, l9l5 Wood. Advisory
President, Sophomore Party Committee, Pep
urer, Drivers Clubs, Class Chairman. , 2 , 6
Audrey Jw- Hillert, 7329 Gratiot. Advisory - ' ? a ' -'
Vice-President, Secretary, Pep Club. A 5, 4' ff 'I-
June. Kendall Hillman, 2250 N. Madison. sf' X E." A
Basketball, Football. J, a
Kathryn Jean Hilton, Freeland. Pep Club. i P' '
Phillip F. Hirschman, lll, l804 N. Charles. Ad- ' Q
visory Vice-President, Seals Sales Chairman, ti
Charles Leo Hitsman, 3419 Osler. Drivers Club,
Swimming, Track Letterwinner.
James Albert Holcomb, 7979 Gratiot. Choir,
Band Bounce, Basketball, Football, Track ,A In
Patricia Ann Holley, 245 Grant. Pep Club,
Choir, Band Bounce, Commencement Pag-
Betty Louise Hollis, lOlO lrving. Miracle Book,
Bowling Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Christ-
mas, Commencement Pageants, lst Semester
William Harold Holloway, l63l Hanchett. Ad-
visory President, Seals Sales Chairman, Swim-
Malcolm McFarland Hopper, l8 Congress Court
C. Advisory Secretary, Sophomore Party Com-
mittee, Football, Track Letterwinner.
through honesty, loyalty, helpfulness, and "flirting"
Arlene Marie Horvath, 2306 N. Clinton. Pep
Barbara Ann Huber, 6l65 Holland. Advisory
Marilyn M. Huber, Route 4. Choir.
Larry D. Huff, 2880 Olive. Drivers Club.
Joann L. Hughes, 9030 Frost. Drivers Club.
Richard A. Humphreys, i672 Lathrup. Advisory
President, Club Hillite Representative, Seals
Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Hi-Y Club, Track
Sue Eleanor Hurst, 825 Malzahn. Advisory Sec-
retary, Club Hillite Representative, P-TA,
Red Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Biol-
ogy, Y-Teens Clubs, Orchestra, Band Bounce,
Christmas Pageant, Legenda.
John D'Arcy James, 905 N. Michigan. Advisory
Red Cross Chairman, Drivers Club Vice-
President, Stage Crew, Swimming, Art Award.
Constance Joan Jaquith, l-445 Gratiot. Advisory
P-TA Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Pep Clubs,
Band, Band Bounce, Christmas, Commence-
Donald E. Jekel, l839 Burnham. Rifle, Drivers
George Allan Jerome, Bridgeport. Advisory
Vice-President, Secretary, Sophomore Party
Committee, Club Hillite Representative, FFA,
Drivers Clubs, Football, Track Letterwinner.
Marvin L. Johnson, l7l5 Lewis. Advisory Red
Cross Chairman, Hi-Y, Drivers Clubs, Base-
ball, Basketball, Cross Country, Team Man-
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Leland Gene Jolin, 213 N. Jefferson, Zilwaukee.
Pep Club, Class Chairman.
Danna Jeanne Jones, l8l7 N. Clinton. Co-op,
Pep Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Baseball,
James Eldred Jones, 3230 Fulton. Rifle, Pep,
Nancy Ruth Jones, 224 S. Hamilton. Miracle
Book Club, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas,
Commencement Pageants, Librarian.
Elizabeth K. Jonitz, 80l V2 Mackinaw. Advisory
Seals Sales Chairman, FHA Club, Clinic
Attendant, Basketball, Volleyball.
Beverly Ann Kababel, 5065 Boy. Advisory Vice-
President, Club Hillite Representative, Latin,
Y-Teens, FTA, Pep, Drivers Clubs.
Richard William Kackmeister, i842 Gilbert.
Advisory Red Cross Chairman, Baseball, Bas-
ketball, Football Letterwinner.
James E. Kapuscinski, 2l6 Jones, Zilwoukee.
Rifle, Pep Clubs, Class Chairman, Football.
Bonnie Jane Karp, i503 N. Ames. Advisory
P-TA Chairman, Miracle Book, Bowling
Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas, Com-
Lydia Ann Kassin, l620 N. Oakley. Advisory
Treasurer, Pep, Drivers Clubs.
Darlene Sue Keaner, 2272 N. Ames. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee, Y-Teens, Pep
James Francis Kearful, 28l5 Mackinaw. Advi-
sory Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dra-
matics, Latin Clubs, Assembly Committee,
Declamation, Debate, Band, Choir, Band
Bounce, Christmas Pageant.
WE TOOK TESTS
Paul Frederick Kemp, 136 S. Alexander. Advi-
sory Treasurer, Secretary, Quill-Scroll Club,
Band Bounce, Legenda, Football, Track Let-
Joan Ellen Kenny, 1223 W. Bristol. Advisory
Vice-President, P-TA Chairman, Pep, Drivers
Club, Band Bounce, Drum Majorette.
Edward A. Kern, 411 Hayden. Advisory Presi-
dent, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce, Foot-
William F. Kettelhahn, 517 Franklin, Zilwaukee.
James Lee Kimmel, 1629 Holmes. Co-op, Pep,
Robert John Kingsbury, 1821 Barnard. Advi-
sory President, Miracle Book Vice-President,
Crucibles Clubs, Band, Dance Band, lst Se-
mester Play, Drum Major.
Kenneth Edmund Klammer, 5710 Holland Road.
Pep Club, Choir, Band Bounce.
Jean Ann Kleekamp, 4490 Brockway. Advisory
P-TA Chairman, Sophomore Party Commit-
tee, Spanish, Y-Teens, Pep Clubs.
Nancy Edith Klenoski, 4l5V2 N. Harrison. Ad-
visory P-TA Chairman, Latin, Mathematics,
Robert Leigh Knowles, 1590 Hemmeter. Or-
chestra, Band Bounce, 1st, 2nd Semester
Plays, Music Honors.
Robert A. Knox, 2464 N. Bond. Advisory Presi-
dent, Pep Club President, Assembly Chair-
man, Golf, Swimming Letterwinner.
Joan Marie Kolalinski, 2870 Hermansau. Advi-
sory Secretary, Latin, Y-Teens Clubs,
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Jane Ann Kachalka, 2594 S. River Road. FHA,
- Y-Teens, Pep Clubs, Commercial Award.
. Faith Marian Kolenda, 5064 Dixie Highway.
Co-op, Y-Teens, Pep, Drivers Clubs, Band,
Bond Bounce, Commercial Award.
H Howard D. Kolhoff, 1105 S. Webster. Drivers
. i m' 2 gglwx y Club.
. Lugene L. Konsdorf, 4058 Emerick. Drivers
, Club, Class Chairman.
V T' ,V ,if Lois S. Krattt, Frankenmuth. German, Pep
Clubs, Class Chairman.
Janet Lorraine Krause, 2755 Egerer Road. Ad-
visory President, Seals Sales Chairman,
Queen's Court, Clinic Attendant, Student
Kenneth Richard Kriegish, 7343 Gratiot Road.
John David Krueger, Route 2. Advisory P-TA
Chairman, Club Hillite Representative, Rifle,
Kenneth Arnold Krueger, 1711 Jackson. Advi-
sory Vice-President, P-TA, Seals Sales Choir-
man, Sophomore Party Committee, Club Hill-
ite Representative, Hi-Y Club, Cross Coun-
try, Track Letterwinner.
Shirley Ann Kuehn, 4630 Janes Road. German,
'ge t Pep Clubs, Usher, Librarian, Service Club,
John Graham Kurtz, 409 S. Fayette. Advisory
P-TA Chairman, Sophomore Party Commit-
tee, Assembly Committee, Christmas Pag-
eant, Basketball, Football.
June Elizabeth LaBeau, Freeland. Y-Teens, Pep
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Patricia Mae Leitx, 3250 S. River Road. FHA,
Pep Clubs, Class Chairman.
Elwyn D. Lesh, Freeland. FFA Club.
Jean Ann Leuenberger, 2255 Delaware Blvd,
Advisory President, Vice-President, Club Hil-
lite Representative, Drivers Club.
Lois Ann Lewellen, 5l3 N. Charles. Advisory
P-TA, Red Cross Chairman.
Irvin Henry Lichtenwald, l909 Green. Drivers
Club, Golf Letterwinner.
Lorene E. Liebrecht, i428 Maine. Advisory
Vice-President, Arts-Dramatics, FHA, Y-
Teens Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas,
Comencement Pageants, Commercial Award.
Geraldine Rose Liebrock, l9OO Midland Road.
Charles H. Link, Frankenmuth. Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, Drivers Club, Dance
Band, Band Bounce, Baseball Letterwinner.
Joan B. Litzner, 3ll5 Willow Lane. Advisory
Seals Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Latin
Treasurer, Y-Teens Clubs, Band, Band
Bounce, Librarian, Music Award.
William Frederick Luger, l97O N. River Road.
BOC, Pep, Drivers Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce,
Christmas, Commencement Pageants, lst
Jacquelyn Marie Lugiewicz, 439 Shattuck. FHA,
Pep Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Basketball,
Frank Lux, 2024 Ottawa. Biology, Pep, Drivers
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Doris Jean LaLonde, 333 N. Twentieth. Co-op,
Pep Clubs, Clinic Attendant, Volleyball.
Catherine Jane Lamia, 509 Ash. Advisory
Treasurer, Secretary, Red Cross Chairman,
Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Christmas, Com-
mencement Pageants, Volleyball.
Brien Roy Lang, l22O Lathrup. Advisory P-TA,
Seals Sales Chairman, Hi-Y, Pep Clubs,
Football, Track Letterwinner.
Jack Allen Langschwager, Zilwoukee. Class
John R. Larkin, 709 S. Granger. Driver Club.
Jack Ronald Larson, 1413 Beech. Advisory Vice-
President, Band, Commencement Pageant,
Football, Track Letterwinner.
Rudianne Lauckner, 7067 Gratiot. Advisory
President, P-TA Chairman, Club Hillite Re-
presentative, Noon Club Committee, Red
Cross Chairman, Bowling Club.
Janet Karleen Lauria, 1443 N. Clinton.
Vern Russell Lautner, l8lO W. Michigan. Ad-
visory Red Cross Chairman, BOC, Miracle
Book Clubs, Choir, Christmas Pageant, Track
Beverly Leaman, Freeland. Latin, Pep Clubs.
Lyle Howard LeCronier, Freeland. FFA Club
President, Secretary, Choir, Band Bounce,
Christmas, Commencement Pageants.
Lois Ann Leinberger, 3l4 N. Granger. Advisory
P-TA Chairman, Bowling, Pep Clubs, Band
Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pag-
eants, Clinic Attendant.
WE WERE GRADED
Richard J. Mathewson, S27 N. Bond. Pep Club,
Band, Band Bounce, Swimming Letterwin-
Gerald Russell Matson, lOO6 W. Bristol. Advi-
sory President, Red Cross Chairman, Drivers
Club, Band Bounce, Basketball, Track Let-
Kay M. Matson, lOO6 W. Bristol. Spanish, Y-
Teens, Pep Clubs, Baseball, Basketball, Vol-
leyball, Commercial Award.
George B. Mauch, l904 S, Hamilton.
Barbara Jean Maul, 5lO Wheeler. Advisory
President, Arts-Dramatics, Spanish Clubs,
Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Foot-
Betty Jo Maurer, 20 Hammond Road.
Sally Diane Maynard, 3573 Madison. Advisory
President, Club Hillite Representative, Al-
chemists, FTA, Quill-Scroll Clubs, Legenda.
Alexander James MeBain, l806 Marquette.
Richard O. Mclntosh, 3324 Mackinaw. Advisory
Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chair-
man, Choir, Track Letterwinner.
MCYY Allie Mflfefliie, 5l6O Swan Creek Road.
FHA, Pep Clubs, Clinic Attendant.
Patricia Diane McKinstry, 3638 Jackson. Clinic
Janice Kay McLean, Freeland. Advisory Vice-
President, BOC, Latin, Pep Clubs, Choir,
Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant.
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Amy Lou Lytle, 347i Mackinaw. Advisory P-TA
Chairman, French, Biology, Y-Teens Clubs,
Class Chairman, Commercial Award.
Norma Jean Maas, 830 Ash. FHA President
Treasurer, Bowling, Pep Clubs.
Joanne Leigh MacMillan, l32O Hancock. Ad-
visory Red Cross Chairman, Latin, Driver:
Clubs, Debate, Sophomore Handbook Com-
Harold M. Maier, Freeland, Advisory Seals Sale'
Chairman, FFA, Pep Clubs, Band Bounce
Red Cross Volunteer.
Judith Jane Malzahn, l6lO Van Buren. BOC
FHA, Pep Clubs, Choir, Christmas Pageant
James H. Mann, lOl3 S. Hamilton. Advisor'
Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club, Rei
Shirley Ann Marble, 2231 N. Charles. Advisor'
Treasurer, Secretary, Latin, Miracle Bool
Margaret Eva Mark, 6l-4 Cleveland. Advisor'
President, Treasurer, Secretary, Latin Presi
dent, Biology Treasurer, FNA President
Miracle Book Clubs, Band, Baseball, Basket
Maurice George Marr, 907 Thurman. Advisor'
Treasurer, Crucibles, Mathematics Clubs
2nd Semester Play, News, Football, Tracl
James Robert Marsh, 249 Graham. Drivers Clut:
Dainis 0. Martinson, 428 S. Tenth. Choir.
Kaye Ruth Martzowka, 2633 Eddy. Pep Club
Usher, Class Chairman, Basketball.
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as brilliant, dynamic, sensational, and "hopeless"
Leslie E. Meehleder, 7l4 Stoker Drive. Advi-
sory Club Hillite Representative, Football.
Dolores Eva Meier, 6l2 N. Mason. Pep Club,
Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball Letterwinner.
Sarah Moe Merrick, 2245 N. Woodbridge. Ad-
visory Treasurer, Latin, Mathematics, FNA
Vice-President, Miracle Book Clubs, Com-
mencement Pageant, Senior Hostess.
Mary G. Metivo, 2l7 S. Franklin, Zilwaukee.
Robert J. Meyer, 2l29 S. Washington. Advisory
President, Club Hillite Representative, Math-
ematics Club, Track Letterwinner.
Sondra Jane Meyer, 8l4 Adams. Advisory Presi-
dent, Club Hillite Representative, Biology
Club, Band Bounce, Legenda, Queen's Court.
Mary Lou Middlebrook, 292i Court. Advisory
Club Hillite Representative, P-TA, Red Cross
Chairman, BOC, Drivers Clubs, Band Bounce,
George R. Miessner, 2604 Eddy. Drivers Clubs,
Rollin Clifford Milbrandt, 42l Sherman.
Joan Irene Miller, 7l9 Davenport. German,
Pep Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Commence-
Marilyn N. Miller, 2267 N. Madison. Pep Club,
Clinic Attendant, Volleyball.
Sally Anne Miller, 2Ol3 Adams Blvd. Advisory
Vice-President, P-TA Chairman, Sophomore
Party Committee, Bowling, Pep Clubs, Base-
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Jon Harrison Milne, i727 Lewis. Advisory Vice-
President, Club Hillite Representative,
Mathematics, Hi-Y Club.
Sue Zahn Marie Mitchel, l82O N. Oakley. Ad-
visory President, Latin, Bowling Secretary,
Y-Teens Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Christ-
mas, Commencement Pageants, Baseball,
Dorothy Darlene Mitchell, 307 Starch.
Non Sheldon Mitts, l862 Lathrup. Advisory
Red Cross Chairman, FHA, Drivers Clubs,
Edythe Lucille Modrall, 2138 N. Clinton. C0-op,
Pep Clubs, Clinic Attendant, Volleyball.
Carolyn Betty Moeller, l25 Lockwood. Advisory
Club Hillite Representative, Arts-Dramatics,
Alchemists, Biology Clubs, Band Bounce, lst
Jock L. Moeller, 2900 Schemm. Cross Country
Letterwinner, Team Manager.
Donna Elaine Moffat, i903 N. Clinton. Advi-
sory Sophomore Party Committee, Red Cross
Chairman, Pep Club, Band Bounce.
Marilyn Elaine Mohnk, Lauer Road. Latin, FNA,
Pep Clubs, Girls' Chorus, Baseball.
John Kenny Mondor, l5ll Birney. Advisory
Treasurer, Co-op Vice-President, Drivers
Clubs, Comencement Pageant, Sophomore
Geraldine Katherine Monsees, l205 Jackson.
German, Pep Clubs, Clinic Attendant.
Finlay Cameron Monteath, 3303 Adams. Advi-
sory Club Hillite Representative, Hi-Y Club,
Baseball, Football Letterwinner.
WE LEARNED NEW WORDS
Sandra Lee Morrison, 7 l 9 S. Harrison.
Ruth Margaret Mossner, Gero. Advisory Treas-
urer, German, FNA, Pep Clubs.
William Arno Mossner, Frankenmuth. Advisory
Vice-President, Drivers Club, Football, Track
Bruce LeRoy Mueller, l7Ol Allegan. Advisory
President, Sophomore Party Committee, Club
Hillite Representative, Hi-Y, Drivers Clubs,
Janet Elizabeth Myers, Gorifield Road. Pep Club,
Girls' Chorus, Student Store Asistant.
Peter James Nagel, 401 Ardussi. Pep, Drivers
Clubs, Football Letterwinner.
George Richard Na9Y, 820 Monroe. Advisory
President, Noon Club Committee, Football.
Ardith Joyce Near, 5765 Gratiot. Co-op, Pep
Clubs, Band Bounce, Student Store Assist-
Kenneth Nete, Frankenmuth.
Robert J. Neiderquill, l552 Vermont. Advisory
Club Hillite Representative, Rifle, Drivers
Madeline L. Nelson, 613 N. Andre. Co-op Club,
Librarian, Student Store Assistant, Volley-
Rudolph Joseph Neuendorf, Jr., 7ll S. Bond.
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l Robert F. Nickodemus, l33O Avalon. Drivers
Kenneth H. Niederquell, l6l4 Marquette. Rifle,
Frank Benoit Niederstadt, Jr., lO2l Congress.
Drivers Club, Cross Country, Swimming,
Bonnie J. Nisinski, 6853 Gratiot Road. Pep
Club, Basketball, Volleyball.
Rosemary Ann Nizinski, 6853 Gratiot Road. Ad-
visory Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary,
French FTA, Pep Clubs, Usher, Basketball,
Bruce Jack Noble, 2521 Adams. Advisory Soph-
omore Party Committee, Club Hillite Repre-
sentative, Red Cross Chairman, Pep Clubs,
Ann Elizabeth Northcott, lOl2 N. Oakley. Ad-
visory Red Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics,
Spanish, Drivers Clubs, Bond Bounce, Christ-
mas, Commencement Pageants.
Marlin Allan Nuechterlein, Frankenmuth. Pep
Club, Band, Band Bounce, Track Letterwin-
Mildred Ann Nuechterlein, Frankenmuth. Ger-
man, Pep Clubs, News, Commercial Award.
Kathleen Pearl Nuerminger, lO85 N. Center
Road. Advisory P-TA Chairman, Bowling,
Lois Mae Nye, lll9 Madison. Advisory P-TA
Chairman, Club Hillite Representative, Arts-
Dramatics, Spanish Clubs, Christmas, Com-
mencement Pageants, lst, 2nd Semester
Plays, Service Club.
William A. Palmer, 20lO Eymer. Class Chair-
man, Football Letterwinner.
such as plienolplltlmlein, liabilities, and "clue"
William J. Parks, 220 Borland. Class Chairman,
Football, Track Letterwinner.
Joyce Elaine Posson, 2525 Deindorfer. Advisory
P-TA Chairman, Choir, Band Bounce, Christ-
mas, Commencement Pageants.
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Yvonne Marcelyn Petre, 606 S. Porter. Advi-
sory President, P-TA Chairman, Co-op Vice-
President, FHA Clubs, Librarian, Basketball
Jeanne Louese Pettycrew, l205 N. Michigan.
Arts-Dramatics, French, Drivers Clubs,
Christmas Pageant, Language Award.
Cherie Dorothy Phillips, 6l2 S. Bond. Y-Teens,
Basketball, Volleyball, Art Award.
Joan May Phillips, 2239 Bay. Y-Teens, Pep
Clubs, Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball Let-
Kenneth L. Phillips, Jr., 612 S. Bond. Hi-Y,
Pep, Drivers Clubs.
Crystal Ann Pitsch, 514 Davenport. Advisory
Treasurer, Secretary, P-TA Chairman, Ger-
man Club President.
Bettie Lorraine Plaskewicx, 26Ol Deindorfer.
Advisory Treasurer, Sophomore Party Com-
mittee, Choir, Band Bounce.
Sharon Lee Podlecki, 2253 S. Hamilton. FNA,
Pep Clubs, Class Chairman, Baseball, Bas-
ketball, Volleyball Letterwinner.
Eva Marie Pomerville, 203 N. Alexander. Driv-
ers Secretary, Treasurer, Pep Clubs, Choir,
Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant. .
Lorant K. Popp, 640 S. Park. Choir, Band
Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageant.
Phlovion Elizabeth Popp, 4l84 Louise. Choir,
Band Bounce, Christmas Pageants.
Richard Harold Popp, Route l. Advisory Red
Cross Chairman, FFA President, Secretary,
Mary Ellen Passon, 2525 Deindorfer. Advisory
P-TA Chairman, Choir, Band Bounce, Christ-
mas, Commencement Pageants.
Mary Roberta Paterson, 4l3 S. Granger. Ad-
visory Vice-President, Latin, Spanish, FNA,
Beverly Jean Powley, 5l9 N. Granger. FHA,
Barbara Ellen Pearson, l32O Adams. Advisory
glug Hillite Representative, Co-op, Bowling
Nancy Jean Pechtel, 3274 Mannion Road. FHA,
Y-Teens Clubs, Baseball, Basketball Letter-
Camilla Diane Pederson, 29lO Mackinaw. Ad-
visory Treasurer, Miracle Book Club Vice-
Julius E. Peitsch, 2639 Schaeffer. Co-op Club,
Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, Stage
Crew, Track Letterwinner.
Diane Colleen Pelkki, Freeland. Advisory Red
Cross Chairman, Commercial Award.
Sally Williams Perkins, l8l8 Gratiot. Advisory
Seals Sales Chairman, Arts-Dramatics Secre-
tary, Spanish, Biology, FNA Clubs.
Conrad C. Person, 923 Mackinaw. Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, Choir, Band Bounce,
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Margaret Ann Reinke, 3075 Hanchett. Advi-
sory P-TA Chairman, FHA, Pep Clubs,
Marianne P. Reinke, 5275 Tittabawassee, FHA
Norman Russell Reinke, 1795 Hemmeter Road.
Dorothy Leona Reisig, 1807 Joslin. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee, Y-Teens, Pep
Clubs, Clinic Attendant, Basketball, Volley-
Greta Irene Reist, 16lOV2 Mackinaw. Co-op,
Drivers Clubs, Commercial Award.
Jack C. Remer, 4435 Midland Road. Advisory
Club Hillite Representative, Rifle President,
Drivers Clubs, Band, Band Bounce, Com-
mencement Pageant, Cross Country, Track
Lucille M. Rexius, Route 6. Clinic Attendant.
Joanne Leora Richter, 2219 N. Ames. Advisory
Red Cross Chairman, Co-op, FHA, Y-Teens,
Pep Clubs, Red Cross Volunteer.
Carol Mae Rikley, 2917 Harrison. FHA Vice-
President FTA, Bowling President, Drivers
Myrto Ann Roedel, Gera. German, Latin, FNA,
Pep, Drivers Clubs.
Patricia Jane Roesler, 2833 Joslin. Advisory
Red Cross Chairman, Girls' Chorus, Christ-
mas, Commencement Pageants, Baseball,
Basketball, Volleyball Letterwinner.
Sue Ann Rogers, 2308 Barnard, Advisory Sec-
retary, Seals Sales Chairman, Miracle Book
Treasurer, Latin Clubs, Assembly Chairman,
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Ronald Dean Prentice, 2160 Bock Road. Advi-
sory Club Hillite Representative, Pep, Drivers
Clubs, Football, Track Letterwinner.
Dale H. Pretzer, 423 N. Oakley. Arts-Dramatics
Club, Debate, Oratory, Stage Crew, Red
Elaine Ruth Pretxer, 9845 Dice Road. Pep Club.
Bebe Marie Proctor, 1648 Arthur. Co-op, FHA,
Pep Clubs, Student Store Assistant, Base-
Jean Mary Pruyne, 346 Ann. Advisory Presi-
dent, Vice-President, Sophomore Party Com-
mittee, Pep Club, Orchestra, Band Bounce.
Mary Jane Pufahl, lOO8 Maple. Co-op, Pep
Clubs, Clinic Attendant, Librarian.
Janet Marie Quesnel, 123 S. Woodbridge. Y-
Teens, Pep Clubs, lst Semester Play, Base-
ball, Volleyball, Commercial Award.
Judyth Fay Rankin, 214 Gratiot Court. Advi-
sory Vice-President, Club Hillite Representa-
tive, Biology, Drivers Clubs, Band Bounce,
Senior Hostess, Queen's Court.
Jacqueline Ann Raupp, Bridgeport. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee, Y-Teens Club,
Robert F. Reams, 2323 N. Bond. Advisory
President, Club Hillite Representative, Pep
Club, Golf, Swimming Letterwinner,
Judith Kay Reese, 2223 Delaware Blvd. Advi-
sory Vice-President, Pep, Drivers Clubs.
AIIE11bEImer Reinbold, Reese. FFA, Drivers
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Marlene A. Rohde, Freeland. Advisory Vice-
President, Pep Club, Christmas, Commence-
ment Pageants, Commercial Award.
Shirley A. Rohn, 405 Swanson Road. Pep Club,
Christmas, Commencement Pageants, Com-
Biruta Ronis, l023 S. Weadock. Spanish Club
President, Declamation, Girls' Chorus, News.
Gerald L. Raoker, 60l5 Stroebel Road. FFA,
Drivers Clubs, Band Bounce.
Gerald Lee Roltman, 5785 Mackinaw. Biology,
Pep, Drivers Clubs.
Barbara Janet Roush, l47 Goetz. Advisory
President, Biology Treasurer, Quill-Scroll
Clubs, Legenda, Student Cabinet Secretary,
Senior Hostess, Queen's Court, DAR Good
Charles W. Rumley, 2008 Delaware. Band
Bounce, Commencement Pageant, lst, 2nd
William R. Rummel, Frankenmuth. Advisory
President, Drivers Club, Football, Track Let-
Betty Ann Ruppel, l9l0 Burnham. Advisory
Treasurer, Secretary, Pep Club, Clinic At-
Robert L. Rusch, 137 N. Alexander. Class Chair-
Beverley Frances St. Clair, l5l9 N. Charles.
Advisory P-TA Chairman, Club Hillite Re-
presentative, Band, Band Bounce.
Margaret Sandoval, 4145 Burrows. Advisory
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Cangetta Marie Saponieri, 2l22 Hanchett. Ad-
visory P-TA, Red Cross Chairman, Choir.
James C. Sauer, l53O N. Ames. Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chairman,
Pep Club, Swimming Letterwinner.
Wilmer G. Schaett, 7075 Holland. Class Chair-
Alexander G. Schafer, 7l5 Lynn. Rifle, Pep,
Earleen June Schell, 20l5 Eymer. Advisory
P-TA, Seals Sales, Red Cross Chairman, Arts-
Dramatics, Co-op, Pep Clubs, Christmas,
Commencement Pageants, lst Semester Play,
Joan Scherping, 2359 S. Hamilton. Choir,
Caroline Esther Schmidt, 623 S. Woodbridge.
Advisory P-TA Chairman, Y-Teens Clubs,
Edwin James Schmidt, 945 N. Center Road.
Advisory Vice-President, Club Hilliie Repre-
Janet Helen Schmidt, 426 N. Granger. Advisory
Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chair-
man, BOC, Y-Teens, Bowling Clubs, Choir,
Band Bounce, lst Semester Play.
Lorraine V. Schmidt, 2l37 S. River Road. Co-
op, Y-Teens, Pep Clubs, Commercial Award.
Mabel Ann Schmidt, 7385 Swan Creek Road.
Charles Leo Schmitz, l38 Trier. Advisory Presi-
dent, Secretary, Red Cross Chairman, Base-
ball, Basketball, Football Track.
FAREWELL T0 YOU
Delphine Marie Schmitzer, Frankenmuth. Ger-
man, FHA Clubs, Christmas Pageant, Clinic
Margaret Grace Schoon, 304 Wheeler. Advisory
P-TA Chairman, Latin, Bowling Clubs, Com-
Nancy Rae Schott, 2009 N. Clinton. BOC
Treasurer, Latin, Y-Teens, Miracle Book.
Lawrence J. Schuch, 1219 Mackinaw. Advisory
Vice-President, Sophomore Party Committee,
Catherine R. Schultz, 519 Cronk. BOC Vice-
President, Quill-Scroll, Bowling Vice-Presi-
dent, Drivers Clubs, Legendo Co-Editor, Vol-
Jack Dan Schultz, 3439 Osler. Advisory Sopho-
more Party Committee, Band, Band Bounce,
Joan Dorothea Schultz, 634 Maple. Pep Club,
Choir, Bond Bounce, Christmas, Commence-
Marilyn Marie Schutt, 18 Benton Road. Advi-
sory President, Alchemists Club, Band
Bounce, Legendo, Queen's Court, Wolverine
Janet Maureen Schwartz, 909 Weiss. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee, Quill-Scroll Sec-
retary, Y-Teens, Pep Clubs, Usher, Legendo
Co-Editor, Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball.
Lorraine E. Schwartzkopf, 1736 Burnham. BOC
Treasurer, FHA Secretory, Choir, Band
Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pageant.
Lois Ann Scott, 1717 Joslin. Bowling Club,
Girls' Chorus, Band Bounce, Volleyball Let-
Mary Elizabeth Scott, 1842 Burnham. Bowling,
Pep Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Volleyball.
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Ronald H. Sears, 825 S. Weadock. Drivers
Club, Choir, Band Bounce, Basketball, Foot-
W. Dale Seaver, Freeland. Pep Club.
Barbara S. Sedwick, 311 S. Oakley. Advisory
Treasurer, Co-op Club, Choir, Band Bounce,
Conrad Deal Seidel, 25.1 Goetz. Advisory Presi-
dent, Hi-Y, Rifle, Pep Clubs, Track Letter-
Gerald A. Shafer, 1617 N. Oakley. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee. Club Hillite
Representative, Basketball, Football Letter-
Dan Dwight Shaler, 2608 State. Advisory Treas-
urer, Secretary, Pep Club, Team Manager.
Betty J. Shavrnach,15l4 Stanley. BOC Club,
Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, lst
Donna-June Shaw, 2216 Webber. Pep Club.
Joan F. Shripka, 825 S. Westervelt, Zilwaukee.
Advisory Vice-President, Secretary, Pep
Club, Commercial Award.
Richard Allen Shulaw, 2520 N. Michigan. Ad-
visory Sophomore Party Committee, Band
Bounce, Cross Country, Swimming Letter-
Richard Charles Shuler, 221 S. Andre. Rifle,
Drivers Clubs, Orchestra, Band Bounce,
Baseball Letterwinner, Art Award.
Mary Kathryn Sirnrnet, 1823 Grout. Drivers
Club, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas, Com-
mencement Pageants, Clinic Attendant.
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William Franklin Southam, Freeland.
Jo Ann M. Spadafore, 3310 Adams. Advisory
Treasurer, P-TA, Seals Sales Chairman, Club
Hillite Representative, Arts-Dramatics Treas-
urer, Latin Vice-President, Y-Teens Secre-
tary, Biology Clubs, Pageants, lst, 2nd Se-
mester Plays, Usher.
William S. Spence, 6 Benton Road. Advisory
Vice-President, Tennis Letterwinner.
Jean Lynn Spencer, 1520 Court. Advisory P-TA,
Red Cross Chairman, Pep Club.
Leonard L. Springgay, 2754 Mack Road. Advi-
sory Club Hillite Representative, Pep, Driv-
Susannah Leone Stark, 2414 N. Oakley. Bowl-
ing Club, Girls' Chorus, Red Cross Volun-
Richard S. Staudt, 1 1 17 Adams. Advisory Presi-
dent, Quill-Scroll, Hi-Y Clubs, Legenda,
Arnold William Stein, ll, 1436 Acacia. FFA
Secretary, Rifle Secretary, Pep Clubs.
Thomsa Eleanor Stewart, 20 E. Hannum Blvd.
Advisory President, Biology President, Al-
chemists, Quill-Scroll Clubs, Band Bounce,
News, Senior Hostess, Queen's Court.
Flave F. Stimpson, 4745 State.
Byron H. Stinson, 3027 Grant. Miracle Book,
S. Joanne Stobbart, 1 Congress Court D. Advi-
sory Red Cross Chairman, Band Bounce,
Christmas Pageant, Legenda, Junior Red
Cross City President.
Robert Leonard Simpson, 903 N. Granger. Ad-
visory President, FFA, Pep Clubs.
Angela Diamond Skentzos, 2220 N. Bond. Ad-
visory President, Spanish President, Secre-
tary, Y-Teens, FTA, Bowling, Pep Clubs'
Jean Ruth Slinkard, 2735 Midland Road. Mira-
cle Book, Drivers Clubs, Band, Band Bounce,
Commencement Pageant, Commercial Award.
Patricia Ann Sliwinski, 5690 Bay Road. Pep
Margery Lee Smelley, 2522 Benjamin. Pep
Club, Class Chairman, Red Cross Volunteer.
Beverly G. Smith, 303 S. Charles. Advisory
Vice-President, Club, Hillite Representative
P-TA, Red Cross Chairman, Latin, Y-
Teens President, Bowling Clubs, Band, Band
Bounce, Music Honors.
Gerald R. Smith, 2228 N. Ames. Co-op, Pep
Leadelle Smith, 2310 N. Clinton. Latin, Pep
Clubs, Red Cross Volunteer.
Shirley Ruth Smith, 107 S. Fifth. Y-Teens, Pep
Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pag-
William J. Smith, 5780 W. Michigan. Pep Club'
Norene Lee Sohn, 406 S. Woodbridge. Pep Club'
Choir, Band Bounce.
Erwin John Sollner, 3715 Shattuck Road. FFA,
Pep Clubs, Class Chairman, Track Letter-
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Melvin C. Terry, 4153 Good.
Dale Earl Thomas, 2518 Crank. Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, C0-op Secretary,
Spanish, Pep Clubs.
Gelald E. Thomas, 308 S. Westervelt, Zilwau-
Geraldine Evelyn Thomas, 308 S. Westervelt,
Zilwaukee. Advisory Red Cross Chairman,
FHA, FNA Clubs, Clinic Attendant.
Lowrason D. Thomas, 126 S. Bond. Advisory
President, Treasurer, Noon Club Committee,
Hi-Y, Pep Clubs, Swimming, Track Letter-
Mary Jean Thomas, 922 Oak. Bowling Secre-
tary, Treasurer, FTA Clubs.
William Ernest Thon, 516 S. Oakley.
Donna June Tigner, 250 Portsmouth Road.
Bowling Club, Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas
Pageant, Clinic Attendant, Baseball.
Katherine Tillman, 2249 S. Hamilton. Pep Club.
Janet Claire Taft, 802 Cass. Advisory P-TA,
Red Cross Chairman, Club Hillite Representa-
Lucy Ann Trinklein, Frankenmuth. FHA, Driv-
Nada M. Trinklein, l7OO S. River Road. Class
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Shirley Ann Stokus, 1603 Vine. Spanish, Pep
Clubs, Usher, Class Chairman, Librarian,
Baseball, Volleyball, Spanish Award.
Roquel Jean Stolxe, 809 S. Harrison. Pep Club,
Jean Caroline Strachan, 2206 Benjamin. Advi-
sory Sophomore Party Committee, Y-Teens,
Bowling, Pep Clubs, Basketball, Volleyball.
Douglas R. Strecker, 2090 Linda. Pep, Drivers
Clubs, Football, Track Letterwinner.
Richard J. Stricker, 2438 N. Michigan. Advi-
sory President, Vice-President, Choir, Band
Bounce, Christmas, Commencement Pag-
eants, Track Letterwinner.
Thomas J. Strieker, 1302 Division. Football,
Richard Jay Stringer, 2227 N. Ames. Advisory
Secretary, Club Hillite Representative, Latin
Club, Commencement Pageant, Cross Coun-
try, Track Letterwinner.
James Nelson Stuart, 2601 Court. Advisory
P-TA, Seals Sales Chairman, Pep, Drivers
Shirley Ann Suckey, 3390 Elm. Pep Club, Class
Chairman, Basketball, Volleyball.
Mona Marie Summerfield, 313 S. Franklin, Zil-
waukee. Pep Club.
Robert Omar Sxarenski, 712 Williams.
Janet Lee Tarbeek, 2215 Delaware Blvd., Advi-
sory Vice-President, Spanish, Bowling, Pep
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Clare C. Tubbs, 2100 Adams Blvd. BOC, Hi-Y
Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce.
Carol Joyce Tuck, 1742 Joslin. Y-Teens, Pep
Clubs, Basketball, Volleyball Letterwinner.
Ralph Junior Tullis, 1510 Houghton. Football.
Barbara Frances Tunis, 1002 Cherry. Advisory
President, Club Hillite Representative, Red
Cross Chairman, Arts-Dramatics, Spanish
Clubs, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant,
Gwendolyn Mae Turek, 716 S. Mason.
Suzanne M. Turnbull, 2744 State. Advisory
P-TA Chairman, Club Hillite Representa-
tive, Latin, Y-Teens, Miracle Book Clubs.
Dorleen Mae Turner, 5805 Swan Creek Road.
Miracle Book Club' Choir Band Bounce
Christmas Commencement Pageants.
Richard Leslie Vanderveer 1939 Newberry. Ad-
visory President' Pep Drivers Clubs' A-
sernbly Chairman Commencement Pageant'
Football Track Letterwinner
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Joan Barbara Vasold, Freeland.
Sharon Ann Vasold, Freeland. Choir, Band
Jaan Lyvonne Vigeant, 1522 Greenwich. Ad-
visory Red Cross Chairman, Miracle Book,
Pep, Drivers Clubs, Assembly Chairman, De-
bate, Oratory, Speech Award.
Romaine L. Vlassis, 126 Trier. Advisory Vice-
President, Biology Club.
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Virginia Helen Vogel, 1503 Durand. Advisory
Treasurer, Latin, Y-Teens, FTA, Drivers
Walter E. Voarheis, Frankenmuth. Advisory
Vice-President, Track Letterwinner.
James E. Wacker, 207 S. Jefferson, Zilwaukee.
Advisory President, Rifle Club, Football,
Marvin Lee Walker, 2744 Schemm. Miracle
Book, Drivers Clubs, Chair, Christmas Pag-
Patricia Lee Walker, 1726 Delaware. Advisory
Seals Sales Chairman, Y-Teens, Miracle
Book Clubs, Christmas Pageant.
Robert Bruce Wallace, Jr., 813 N. Porter. Ad-
visory Club Hillite Representative.
Sally Ann Wallace, 2020 Durand. Advisory
Sophomore Party Committee, Arts-Dramatics,
Latin, Bowling, Drivers Clubs, Christmas
Royce A. Ward, 1703 N. Bond.
Suzanne Warner, 1906 Gratiot. Advisory Sopho-
more Party Committee, Club Hillite Repre-
sentative, Ouill-Scroll Vice-President, FNA
Secretary, Biology Clubs, Band Bounce,
News, Honor Alumnus Speech.
Junior Roland Wascher, 1411 Birney. German
Club Treasurer, Cross Country, Track Letter-
Girard Manus Weber, 2825 State. Advisory
Secretary, Club Hillite Representative, Pep,
Melvin D. Weeden, 3664 Monroe. Class Chair-
WE SHALL NEVER FORGET
Joan M. Weitz, 1743 Brockway. Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, BOC, Bowling Clubs,
Choir, Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant, 1st
Betty Elaine Westover, 1910 Ottawa. Advisory
Treasurer, Secretary, Bowling Club, Band.
Mae Joy Whitman, Freeland. Arts-Dramatics
Clubj Christmas, Commencement Pageants.
Mary Ruth Weisenmaier, 1919 W. Michigan.
Y-Teens, Pep Clubs, Volleyball.
Robert D. Wight, 1827 Barnard. Advisory Club
Hillite Representative, Latin Club, Band,
Band Bounce, Christmas Pageant.
Delores Lee Wildey, 2816 Midland Road. Ad-
visory Sophomore Party Committee, Pep
Club, Choir, Band Bounce.
Barbara Joan Wilkinson, 3241 Mackinaw. Ad-
visory Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross
Chairman, Drivers Clubs, Legenda.
Richard S. Willett, 1013 N. Bond. Pep Club.
Jerome B. Williams, 2314 Adams Blvd. Advisory
Vice-President, Club Hillite Representative,
Red Cross Chairman, Swimming, Tennis
Robert H. Williams, 616 Cass. Pep Club, Class
Chairman, Baseball, Football Letterwinner.
David A. Wilson, 219 S. Tenth. Advisory Vice-
President, Pep Club, Band, Band Bounce, 1st
Herbert Joseph Wilson, 826 S. Washington.
Advisory Club Hillite Representative, FFA
Club, Cross Country, Track Letterwinner.
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Terry W. Wilson, 1608 Stone. Advisory Treas-
urer, Debate, Oratory, Tennis.
Aldean Louise Wiltse, 201 John. Latin, Y-Teens,
Pep Clubs, Orchestra, Band Bounce, Basket-
Paul F. Wohlteil, 2271 Bay. Rifle Treasurer,
Pep Clubs, Rifle Award.
E. Barbara Wolfe, 202 Webber. Baseball, Bas-
Marlene Frances Wood, 2115 S. River Road.
FHA, Pep Clubs.
Richard Lee Wood, 7979 Gratiot. Advisory
Club Hillite Representative, Pep Club, De-
bate, Basketball, Football, Track Letterwin-
Virginia Louise Wood, 201 Wheeler. Advisory
Treasurer, Sophomore Party Committee, Club
Hillite Representative, P-TA, Seals Sales,
Red Cross Chairman, Spanish Club.
Charles A. Woodington, 2465 N. Center Road.
Advisory Vice-President, Club Hillite Repre-
sentative, Choir, Band Bounce, Golf Letter-
winner, Art Award.
Ronald D. Woodke, 1614 N. Woodbridge. Ad-
visory Vice-President, Stage Crew, Class
Judith Lea Woodruff, 617 Wells. FHA, Pep
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Marlzni Ann Woolgar, 413 W. Fisher, Zilwau-
kee. Latin, Pep Clubs, Basketball, Volley-
Jarnes A. Yeager, 1613 S. Webster.
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our three wonderful years
Kg John Horry Young, 2844 State. Advisory Presi-
dent, Secretary, Sophomore Party Committee
Club Hillite Representative, Noon Club Com-
mittee, Hi-Y Club, Baseball, Basketball,
Mary Eleanor Young, 1723 Gratiot. Advisory
Vice-President, Sophomore Party Committee,
Club Hillite Representative, Red Cross Chair-
man, Arts-Dramotics, Spanish Clubs, Christ-
Elaine M. Zauel, 4105 W. Michigan. Advisory
P-TA, Seals Sales, Red Cross Chairman,
Co-op Club, Class Chairman, Red Cross
Donald Arthur Zehnder, Birch Run. Class Chair-
Walter Don Zehnder, Frankenmuth.
Janet A. Zeilinger, 5905 Pierce Road. BOC,
FHA, FTA Clubs, Choir, Band Bounce,
Christmas, Commencement Pageants, lst
Edith Ann Zorn, 717 S. Mason. Co-op Club.
Barbara Jean Zuellig, 1206 Lapeer. Advisory
Norma E. Zwock, 8510 King Road. German,
FHA, Pep Clubs.
WE BEGIN TO TURN
A fast game of ping-pong offers excitement to both par-
ticipants JOE BOMMARITO and PAT KNOX, and onlookers
JANET KWAISER and JIM RUTHERFORD.
PEGGY BERNARD and BILL MERTZ take advantage of
Arthur Hill's Dance Band's music to enioy a turn about
the floor. Recreation and refreshments combine to make
the SOPHOMORE PARTY a success.
OUR HIGH SCHOOL WHEEL
The SOPHOMORE PARTY, held each year in October, has
as its backdrops Jack-o-Lanterns, corn stalks, and scare-
crows. DOROTHY REID, ADELE BUSAID, and CARLA REINKE
admire a scarecrow's plaid shirt.
EDWIN PERSON, CATHERINE SAUVE, JIM REIDINGER,
JAN MORFORD, and EVA MEYER seem engrossed in o
game of cards, just one of the many attractions of the
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Nancy George ' V F ' -
Barbara Gerber A ' '
Herbert Gerber R A ll '
Edward Gerger i
Berniece Geyer V
Doris Geyer rf 1 n r- ' 35 3- S in tu
Barbara Gierow tl ' 1 ' gig, .-
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K -1 K l t Robert Hirschman
K it Sally Hoag
- ' ' Edna Hodges
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Jean Ann Howie
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Marvin Mclntosh 3 1 it. f. 'V' ' . 7' J A "' V
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Carol McMacken V? f V Y Y
Patricia McMahon I J, " A A i
Robert McMahon I 'A' ' V
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V 1 ,Vs Marlyn L. Miller
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UNDERCLASSMEN WITHOUT PICTURES
Beverly Anderson Frances CIWOFIWPOQVHG Morylyn Katz
part of Arthur Hill
Hillites whose parents graduated with the Class
of '27, which celebrates its 25th REUNION this year
are, top row, left to right: JANET ZEILINGER, DON
DEZELSKY, CONRAD SEIDEL, PAT JAQUES, ELAINE
INMAN, TOM DEZELSKY, DON TURNER, HERBERT
GERBER, KELLY HENDRICK, ROBERT DUCHARME,
RONNIE GOODWIN, front row: DICK DAY, JUDY
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Investing our knowledge by assuming responsibility
is one fine way for self-advertisement. Hillites are but
representatives of the progress resulting from the prac-
tice of an American ideal-free enterprise. If we can pro-
tect and treasure the pulley of business competition
there will be no need for unstable economy.
Hilliles Bob Kingsbury and Sally Wallace
know that for the best in all kinds of
furnilure if's always
200-204 N. Washington Avenue
ANDERSOWS a .. . -
The Home of the Famous
And Steak Sandwiches
".lUST GOOD FOOD"
311 NORTH HAMILTON STREET
GLENN E. BARTON, D.D.S.
427 North Michigan Avenue
J. E. HARVIE, D.D.S.
402 11'icrhm:1nn Building
J. A. MAURER, M.D.
520 11'esl Genesee
LEWIS C. PINNEY, D.D.S., M.S.
427 North Michigan Avenue
DR. A. G. GARDEY
610 Second National Bank Building
BRUCE L. HAYDEN
514-16 Graehner Building
HERVEY C. MERRILL, D.D.S.
427 North Michigan Avenue
DR. ELMER G. SCHAIBERGER
PHI'SICIA.N' lmrl Sl'RfiIi0.'V
1520 North hllflllgllll Avenue
RAYMOND A. HART, D.D.S.
417 North Michigan Avenue
DR. ARTHUR F. KETTLEHOHN
1902 james Slreel
MAURICE H. PIKE, D.D.S.
204 Goff Building
WALTER K. SLACK, M.D.
Box limlrly Ilnilcling
Floral plants are the ideal gifts for holidays
and special occasions. Clerk Henry Steltz-
riede '48 shows Dick Cansfield and Pete
Nagel one of the many plants that can be
purchased at Goetz 8- Roeser's.
GOETZ and ROESER
200 SOUTH MICHIGAN AVENUE
W. L. CASE AND COMPANY
413 ADAMS STREET
CRANE-CRANE 84 KESSEL
Atlorneys and C ounxelors
MARTIN Cr MARTIN
1 ld Attorneys-at-Law
- 7 . . .
308 9 -nd Natxona Bank Bun mg 306.303 Graebner Building
ANDERSON BOOK STORE To
"Come in and browse around" THE AVALON
I I9 S. jefferson Phone 1-6505 Curb Service Good Food
5505 State Street
BIERLEIN DRUGS I
"P-rexrription Druggixf' JEMZLR,
l 50 I Court Street
BRADY, SCHIRMER 81 COMPANY
1005 Second National Bank Bldg.
I I2 South jefferson
House of Fashions
fl2I Court and 219 Federal
WEADOCK 8' WEADOCK
Attorneys and Counselors
302 Bearingcr Building
BESE FOOD MARKET
Groceries, quality meats ' Homemade
Ice Cream ' Cottee and Hamburgs
545 I Court Street
518 WEST GENEIEE AVENUE
drug andbsurglw store
Frankenmuth students make up a large per cent of the German Club. These students bring to
the school the ancestral tongue of their town and help non-Frankenmuth students in speaking German.
Students singing at a German Club meeting are, top row, left to right: Irene Bickel, Lois Kraftt,
Myrta Roedel, Dale Dewitt, Barbara Johnson, Mildred Nuechterlein, Delores Starch, Delphine Schmit-
zer, Jean Heine, Pat Cheney, Dorothy Brenner, Ruth Mossner, Marilyn Brinkman, and Hildegard Bickel.
Rupprecht's Frankenmuth Sausage
Frankenmuth Mutual Auto Insurance
Frankenmuth Mutual Fire Insurance
Frankenmuth State Ba
Satow Drug Store
H. J. Schluckebeir
Simpson's Gift Box
Star of West Milling
Hubinger Super Market
Nuechterlein Supply Company
Nuechterlein-Wendt Funeral Home
Oscar Rau Electric
Weiss Farm Equipment
Elmer Zehnder Garage
93 unees of ro ross
No one Could ever call a typical 1880 telephone operator
light-headed. Especially when she had her headset on-
all six pounds six ounces of it.
That 1880 headset, though, was a good piece of
equipment-the hest of its day. But with its hox-like
transmitter and leather harness, it C0llltlllii, by any stretch
of the imagination, he called eonifortahie.
Today, of course, it's a different story. The telephone
operator now wears a streamlined headset that weighs
only nine ounees-93 ounves less than the 1880 model.
lt fits her like a new spring bonnet and makes her joh
as the "Voice with a Smile" easier than ever before.
And speaking: of johs, if yon,rc graduating this year,
and are looking for an interesting, important joh,
Michigan Bell may have one for you. Why not drop in
soon for an interview?
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
Employment Office: 309 South Washington
Clerk Mrs. Ruth Mannion '24 shows Judy
Rankin and Kay Matson the latest in per-
fumes. Girls, be sure to visit our cosmetic
GRANGER and NITZ
2620 State Street
COSMETICS and PRESCRIPTIONS
use DON BRADY CHARLES WADE
BAUER snos. INC. "
,,,, BRADY and wAoE onucs
HART SCHAFFNER 8 MARX "PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTSH
410 Court Street
Corner of Genesee and Jetterson
DELUXE DRY CLEANERS
618 Gratiot S-S488
FARMER 8: TONKS
OPTOMETRISTS AND UPTICIANS
117 South Franklin Street
General Distributing Corp.
205-207 South Sccontl
ANY DOCTOR'5 PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED HERE
630 Gratiot Avenue Dial 8633
4K il ,ft 4
CUNNINGHAM onuss - h.
424 East Genesee ' 9
PHQNE 2.1955 201 East Genesee Avenue
WILLIAM E. DENGLER'S
1001 Gratiot at Porter
FRIENDLY SHOE STORE
406 Court Street
SEA .SON SKIPPER
301 East Genesee
Clothing for ilu' Entire. l".:mily
A. E. ENSMINGER 84 CO.
121 North Hamilton Phone 2-6571
120-150 South Franklin
1100 Court Street
Selecting senior jewelry rnakes you feel like
a real senior. Mr. George Hagerl shows Dick
Shulaw and Carolyn Moeller the different
types of school rings.
. . . 1122 S. Michigan
THE H. R. TERRYBERRY CO.
. . . Grand Rapids, Michigan
"Official Ring or Pin Dealer and Manufacturer"
Piano and Organ
For 25 years your Chevrolet
DAVIS MUSIC HOUSE dealer
315 COURT STREET
414 South Hamilton Street
FRED 1'r'rNER, Class of '14
416-418 Hancock Street
PAUL KRAUSE CLOTHING CO.
MEN'S CLOTHING AND
404 Court Street Dial 8563
MacARTHUR ROOFING and
SHEET METAL COMPANY
3046 Carrollton Road
1450 North Michigan Phone 8166
JAECKEL - RAU
107 South jefferson
WM. A. LANGE 81 SON
219 North Hamilton
AIR CONDITIONING - HEATING
MACDONALD AND STINGEL
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
408 West Genesee Avenue
HOUSE OF LINENS
1311 North Michigan Avenue
Kalamazoo Stove and Furnace
310 Federal Avenue
415 East Genesee
MARTIN'S DRUG STORE
1500 Gratiot Avenue
EDWARD MEYER AND SON
INSUROR AND REALTOR
420 HANCOCK STREET
Mr. Edward H. Meyer and Mr. Edward Me
er display their system of buying and sellil
real estate to Mary Middlebrook and E
EVANS and THOMAS
A thinking fellow calls a YELLOW
218-240 North Baum Phone 2-3117
M. A. McMULLEN MIESSNER MUSIC SHOP
CARPETING 220 South Baum Street
311 South Michigan
Hickey-Freeman Cuxtomized Clotlae:
Hotel Bancroft Building
114 NORTH MICHIGAN AVENUE
300 Court Street
Heating and Plumbing
MIl.LER'S HOME BAKERY
Home Made Potato Bread
Pies - Cakes - Cookie:
2602 State Phone 2-2553
FLOWERS for all OCCASIONS
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Drive in Bunk-Parking Loi
Out State Michigan's Largest Bank
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
FERRIS BROTHERS HWENMTOPLEASEU
Genesee af we,,e,, EAT Mons MICHIGAN BEANS
404 Congress Diql 2-3121
POR-I-ERFIELD PURE CII. PRODUCTS
STASSLO SERVICE "Fuel Qfl ,eg 1,5 Beg" WM. C. RONEY 81 COMPANY
AGENTS 1208 Second National Bank Building
COMPLETE MOTOR CAR SERVICE Fred Ruhlig Steve Hozeska T lx h 7782 7783
Phone 2-8864 17m S-I-ATE ST. 2128 Diendorfer 600 N. Seventh e gp ones ' '
Phone 4-9443 Phone 2-0590
cAImuREToR ai IGNITION HDQTRS. SAGINAW CITY LINES' Inc' sAGINA:glIAc:A:r:D COAL
RUSSELL ELECTRIC 505 North Water
1915 N, Michigan at Genesee PHONE 3-1116 Phone 2-6194 222 North Niagara
Mr. Victor Meyer explains real estate and
man and Jack Alexander.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
106 North Hamilton Street
"WHEN BETTER CARS ARE BUILT
BUICK WILL BUILD THEM"
"WHEN BETTER SERVICE IS GIVEN,
GARBER WILL GIVE IT"
110 WEST GENESEE
512 POTTER STREET
for good shoes for the entire family.
N. Hamilton Phone Telephone 2-4653 Established 1882
insurance service to Hillites Ronald Ding-
THE LAMP THAT LIGHTS THE WAY
ALONG THE ROAD OF HEALTH
I-: Pa I I
' J PROPER NOURISHMENT
HIGH QUALITY FOOD MAY BE SECURED
FROM OUR ABUNDANT SUPPLY
RUPPRECHT'S FOOD MARKET
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
419 North Michigan
"SAmNAw'5 'ILiLl-IGRAPII t
JEFFERSON AT TUSCOLA AMBULANCE SERVICE
sAc3lNAw's THREE GREAT THRIFT CENTERS
HOME DAIRY COMPANY
Famous Names At
403 E. Genesee Avenue J A C 0 B S 0 N 1 S
PARK and SHOP SUPER MARKETS
Near Genesee Street Bridge on Niagara S96 Ol-Il' Line of
315 S. Michigan X
Buy with confidence and luuycen casual shoes
Save at our Stores X "White sfdgu SPOHSWCCI'
GIQIHP3 Jefferson at Federal
Margaret Schoon and Kenneth Willman tie
their bowling shoes and get ready for a
game to see who can throw the most strikes.
MOOSE BOWLING Al.lEYS
220 N. HAMILTON
WALTER F. HUTFILZ
Trucking and Welding
Gravel ' Tanks Made To Order
2850 BAY ROAD
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THE FRANKENMUTH NEWS
winner of the T951 National Editorial
Association first prize for fine printing,
is happy and proud that it has been the
printer of your own prize-winning
ARTHUR Hlll NEWS
Ti-is FRANKENMUTH NEWS
News Building Fronkemuth, Mich.
QUALITY SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
420 East Genesee Avenue
. W. IPPLE CO.
Court Street and Michigan Avenue
Clerk Arda Shook is ready to help Leslie
Neehleder and Gwen Near select the
latest in popular records from Morley's rec-
115 NORTH WASHINGTON AVENUE
N EWMA NS
Salutes the Graduates!
SAGINAW'S FASTEST GROWING FASHION STORE IN AMERICA'S
FASTEST GROWING CITY
Leaders in Women's Apparel
Worth Asking For
General Offices, Saginaw, Michigan
lO9 East Genesee
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Rules help the student and apprentice
get ahead in the technical field. They
give him the feeling of confidence and
accuracy that skillful workmanship
In the future, specify Lufkin Tools.
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A ' '- m ,ry 4' ' V . , QW... "You're so ri ht! Evervthin the serve is su er."
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Jousns AND msnusurons
AUTOMOTIVE AND INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS
RAI N BO is good
RAMSHAW PHOTO SERVICE
DEVELOPING - PRINTING - ENGRAVING
We Specialize In Oversize
ALBUM Style Prinls
RAYMOND PRODUCTS COMPANY
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
Hillites Bill Maas, Pat Walker, and Sally
Miller wait to be served for their sodas at
124 NORTH MICHIGAN
PHONE Q 2-2872
THE SEAL-O-CO STATIONS
2114 S. Michigan
777 No. Washington
"We Sell Fun For Everyone"
412 Hancock Phone 3-3541
lNAW'S FRIENDLIEST STORE'
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO.
Federal at Genesee
O-BOY I GOOD I
Pies that melt in your mouth
Cakes that ask to be eaten
Bread that will make good food
"Just Like Mom's"
1 120 State Street
EAT . .
ENJOY . . .
VANITY BOX BEAUTY SHOP
202 s. Michigan W S C N
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AND OW. . .
AUTO B N Q SERVICE
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SEIIUNII NATIllNAL'S AUTII IIANII 0 504 SUIITH WASHINIITIIN AVENUE
SECO D NATIO L BANK
AND TRUST C0 PA Y
SUIVTII SIDE 0I"I"l1II:I MAIN OFFICE WEST SIDE OFFICE
Forclne-y and CPIIIPI' IIPIIHHPP at Ivan-xllington Court and Hamilton
Phone- 8255! Phone' 2-2I5I. Phone 8I59
UI.lIES'I' AND LARGEST BANK IN SAGINAW
.Ilmnlwr Fwleral llvposil 'lISHl'lllll'P fforporalion
ARTHUR HILL students are drinking
milk for health!
Bill Morris, Jim Woodrow, and AI
Keyser drink Saginaw Dairy milk at
the lunch table.
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SAGINAW DAIRY COMPANY
1743 East Genesee Avenue
The Wickes Corporation
WICKES BOILER COMPANY DIVISION
WICKES BROTHERS DIVISION
UNITED STATES GRAPHITE COMPANY DIVISION
Sue Hurst and Feral Compton are pleased
with the fine sweaters displayed by clerk
WM. C. WIECHMANN CO.
SAGINAW HARDWARE COMPANY
200-210 S. Hamilton
SAGINAW PHOTO SUPPLY
"Your Kodak Dealer"
515 E. Genesee Phone Z-7962
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Iuxunmce Since 1856
202-203 Graebner Building Dial 5-8511
SHEA'S the best in Equipment
for ALL SPORTS
Yum' Spaulding Dealer
509 ESISI Genesee Phone 2-7643
STOLZ SERVICE STATION
STANDARD out DEALER
5451 State Street
SCHIRMER DRUG CO.
Corner Hoyt 8: Sheridan
504 E. Genesee
S PORTING GOODS
Phone 4-6595 600 Gratiot Avenue
SUGAR BEET PRODUCTS CO.
FURNIIILA SKIN CLEANSER
"The Iluuxloword of lndustry"
502 Waller St.
SCHULTZ and FULLER
626 GR.YI'I0'I' AVENUE
SCIENTIFIC BRAKE and
314 West Genesee Phone 8144
STATE BEAUTY SHOP
1103 State Street
TECHNICAL HAT SHOP
409 Court Street
11Ien's and Boys' FIl7'lIi,flIIPIgS
Clerk Bob Williams serves Bob Baustert and
Jean Leuenberger for an after-school snack.
WEINBERG - PANKONIN
MICHIGAN at COURT
Our savings and home financing facilities are being used
by hundreds of Arthur Hill graduates.
Let us explain the advantages of placing your savings or financing your home af
SAGINAW SAVINGS AND LUAN ASSOCIATION
407 COURT STREET
"oN ru: FRIENDLY wssr sms"
FINER THAN EVER
2824 No. MICHIGAN AVE.
Therese School of Costume VALLEY sweets COMPANY WAI-I-ACE DRUGS
Design and Fashion Illustrated 312 Soufh Humlhon 1123 Stale Street
llrcwcr Arrziclc Dial 7871 Distributors of lohnston PHONE 4-7711
COOKIES CRACKERS CANDY
? WATTERS WINTERSTEIN'S
CAMERAS-CAR"5 PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORE
525 East Genesee 8: 422 Hancock
2109 Bay Phone 5-7767
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